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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 2, 196819 t WlO 1 I M fnm UJ. WIATHM HJUAU . MA Deaths And Funerals Mail Truck To College . ST LOUIS (UPI) Kathleen Eagan, one of the eight children of Mayor James Eagan of suburban Florissant, earned her college tuition this semester by driving a U.S. mail truck. , Kathleen. 19. took a civil service exam in Kansas City,, where she attends college, and drove the post office department truck during the summer near her home town. Eagan said he had told his children he would pay the first year's tuition in college, after which he expected them to earn their tuition the rest of the way. "Good idea," said Kathleen. Her brothers and sisters range in ages down to two years. PmM Riww Hf Pytlm) Satwrofry 0' iMlatoo) Prl.loHe No Im41m4- ComK (riirrpl Coast and the northern and intermountain regions. It cooler in the Northern and Plains States. WARMER IN SOUTH Rain is expected today in the Upper Ohio Valley, the Southern Plains region and on the Pacific Coast. It will be warmer in New England, the South 10 Persons Injured In 3-Vehicle Crash HOWARD C. MARSHALL LAKE WORTH - Howard C. Marshall, 55, of 3437 April Ave., died Thursday. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Gladys Smith of Lake Worth, and one brother, Robert of Miami. Services will be 2 p.m. today at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Chapel. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until service time at the chapel. JOHN L. LAUBNER LAKE WORTH - John L. Laubner, 80, of 215 S. O St., died Friday. Survivors Include his wife, Josephine B. Friends may call at E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the funeral home. AIME RENE SAMYN BOYNTON BEACH - Alme Rene Samyn, 76, of 151 SW 25th Ave. died late Thursday. Survivors Include his wife, Rachel; a son, Luclen A. of Boynton Beach; five brothers, Julies, Cyril and Noel, all of Belgium, Jerome of France and Arthur of Berryville, N.Y.; five sisters in Belgium and two grandchildren. Rosary will be at 7 p.m. Sunday at National Chapels Mortuary, Hypoluxo Road, Boynton Beach. Requiem mass will be at 10 a.m. at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Lantana, Monday. Friends may call at the mortuary from noon to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. CHARLES M. SCALVINO RIVIERA BEACH Charles M. Scalvino, 74, of 340 W 29th St., died Thursday. Survivors include his wife, Sarah M.; two brothers, Majo-rie of Paterson, N.J., and Joseph of Lodi, N.J.; and two sisters, Miss Jean Scalvino of Paterson, N.J. and Mrs. Emma Taddel of New Castle, Del. Services and burial will be in Fair Lawn, N.J., with the Vander Plaat Funeral Home In charge. Hamm and Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach, Is in charge of local Maxy's Widow Testifies BARTOW (AP) Mrs. Irene Maxcy, the state's key witness in the murder trial of John J. Sweet, testified Friday she knew her husband was to be killed and "didn't want it done In my house." Sweet, she said, had told her the slaying of Charles Von Maxcy "was going to be done on the road." Sweet is charged with first degree murder in the death of the Sebring citrus millionaire, whose battered and bullet-riddled body was found on the purple carpet of his Sebring home Oct. 3, 1966. Dressed in an orange suit, the buxom 45-year-old widow appeared relatively calm on the witness stand despite the fact her physicians said they had placed her on tranquilizers and confined her to a psychiatric hospital the day before. State Atty. Glen Darty asked Mrs. Maxcy, "do you know why John Sweet hired the killers?" "I guess lt was to get me. That's what he said," she replied. During the three hours she spent testifying, Mrs. Maxcy was asked If her husband and Sweet who was managing the Maxcy's vast grove handlings ever fought. "He (Sweet) had troubles with him. Words. I guess you wouldn't call it a fight," she answered. "About what?" Darty asked. "Me. They'd come back and shake hands and make up again," she said. She told the court the tires on her husband's car were slashed in an apparent effort to kill him a week before he actually was murdered. At another point in the testimony, Mrs. Maxcy, a onetime assembly line worker in a Maxcy cannery, told of looking over her husband's will with Sweet. "He (Sweet) told me to wipe if off and don't let no fingerprints be on it, "she said. The state contends Sweet hired two Boston mobsters to kill Maxcy. Darty said he would show that Mrs. Maxcy gave Sweet $41,000 before the murder, $36,000 to pay for the slaying and $5,000 to buy a car Mrs. Maxcy was granted Immunity from prosecution In connection with the Incident in trade for her testimony against Sweet. High Potential TUSCALOSA, Ala. (AP) A discovery well brought in recently in southwestern Alabama has the highest potential output of both oil and gas of any well In Alabama history, State Oil and Gas Board officials said Friday. Figures based on extensive production tests on the No. 1 Bernlce S. Wessner near Flax-alcton, in Escambia County, place the open flow potential of the well at 30 million cubic feet of gas and 1,563 barrels of high grade crude oil a day. An oil board spokesman described the production potential of the well as fabulous. WILLIAM L.HITCHESON LAKE WORTH William L. Hutcheson, 73, of 514 N. O St., died Thursday. Survivors Include his wife, Nellie E. Rosary services will be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home Chapel. Requiem mass will be said at 9 a.m. Monday at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Friends may call from noon until 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. KARL HERMAN LARSON LAKE WORTH Karl Herman Larson, 77, of 900 Sylvia Lane, died Friday. Survivors Include his wife, Nanna A.; and three brothers, Gus and Harry, both of New York, and Lars of West Palm Beach. E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home will announce arrangements. Insurance Pact Is Awarded VERO BEACH The Indian River County School Board awarded a $34,172 Insurance contract to the Graves-Hardee Agency at a board meeting Thursday. The coverage extends over a three-year period and includes fire and lightning, extended coverage, vandalism and malicious mischief insurance on buildings and contents of Indian River County schools. If additional schools are constructed within the three-year period, the Insurance would be accordingly increased to include the same coverage at the same rate as stipulated In the contract. Halloween Parties Held The West Palm Beach Recreation Department sponsored Halloween parties at the Recreation Centers In West Palm Beach Thursday night, including Coleman Park, Northwood Recreation Center, Vedado Park and Pleasant City Recreation Center. Five-dollar gift certificates were awarded to a boy and girl from each center for going straight home from the parties and being being there when the recreation department called. Winners Included Isala Stewart, Sylvia Mills, Lourdes Fernandez, Corky Bryant, Chris Brown and Heather Bailey. Post-Halloween Ball Scheduled BELLE GLADE Members of the Elks Club will sponsor a post-Halloween costume ball today at their new home, 300 Ave. E. beginning at 9 p.m. Lee Berryhlll, dance chairman, said music will be furnished by Tony Randall's Orchestra from West Palm Beach. The come-as you-wish affair will find prizes being offered for the best costumes, Berry-hill said. TERENCE MICHAEL SWEENEY RIVIERA BEACH Ter-rence Michael Sweeney, 17, of 51 W. 12th St., died Thursday. Survivors Include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sweeney of Riviera Beach; one sister, Miss Sharon Sweeney of Hyannls, Mass.; two brothers, John Jr. of Boston, Mass. and Patrick J. of Riviera Beach; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Sweeney Sr. of Hyannls, Mass. Friends may call at Howard Funeral Home, 2730 Broadway, Riviera Beach, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday . A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Funeral arrangements will be announced. SHERMAN R.LEWIS LAKE PARK Sherman R. Lewis, 63, of 3005 West Lake Park Rd., died Wednesday. Survivors Include his wife, Edith; one son, Sherman of Ottawa, 111.; one brother, John of Lamed, Kans.; three grandsons and three great-grandsons. Private funeral services were held Friday at North-wood Funeral Home Chapel. RALPH BEAN DELRAY BEACH - Ralph Bean, 40, of 119 SW 13th Ave., died Wednesday in Pittsburgh, Pa. Survivors Include four sisters, Mrs. Nancy Turner, Mrs. Lillian Mitchell and Mrs. Clara Mae Odum, all of Del-ray Beach, and Mrs. Nettie Mae Turner of Quitman, Ga.; and one brother, G. B. Bean of Quitman, Ga. Coleman Funeral Home will announce arrangements. C. NICHOLAS FRANCHVILLE C. Nicholas Franchvllle, of 335 5th St., West Palm Beach, died Friday. Survivors Include his wife, Gladys; one brother, Alvin of Bristow, Ind.; and two sisters, Mrs. Emily Hughes of Mills, Wyo., and Mrs. Delia Stoltz of Mllwaukie, Oregon. Rosary services will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday at Quattle-baum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home. Requiem mass will be recited at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Anne's Catholic Church. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. today, and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. JAMES LEMUEL WETHERFORD LA BELLE James Lemuel Wetherford, 77, of North River Road, died Thursday In Clewiston. Survivors Include his wife, Barbara; five sons, Dan and Steven, both of La Belle, and John L., Luther, and Sam, all of Miami. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church, La Belle. Burial will be at Fort Denaud Cemetery. Pattison Funeral Home of Clewiston Is In charge of arrangements. CARL R. SIMAR LAKE WORTH Carl R. Simar, 83, of 326 N. B St., died Thursday. Survivors Include his wife, Lora O.; two brothers, Chester F. of Port Alleghany, Pa., Lester B. of Coudersport, Pa., and one sister, Mrs. Harry Brown of Alleghany, Pa. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home. Arrangements will be announced by the funeral home. rooatt They were Mrs. Annie Peterson, 23, and her daughter, Simone, 5, of 516 SW Ave. B Place, and Mrs. Creola Eason Webb, 47, and her son, Joe Louis Eason, 6, of House No. 74, Old Pahokee Project. The third vehicle was a 1968-model pickup truck operated by Graclela Hernandez Rodriguez, 23, of E-21 Pahokee Housing Authority Project. She was accompanied by her father, Leonardo Rodriguez, 63, and a sister, Leonides Rodriguez, 21. Martindale said the Rodriguez vehicle was struck by the spinning bus and overturned coming to a stop in the southbound lane of traffic on its top. The county van after striking the Pope truck went off the highway on the east shoulder and flipped over in the air, coming to a stop on Its wheels. Both the Rodriguez vehicle and the bus were listed as total losses. The right side of the Pope pickup was damaged. Traffic on Highway 441 was slowed for about an hour. The crash occurred about 4:30 p.m. as a number of farm workers were en route home. Martindale said the investigation into the crash is continuing. Stuart Schedules Second Blood Drive STUART - The second Blood Drive for 1968 has been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 5, and the community is looking for volunteers who are willing to donate a pint of blood. Persons wishing to donate may do so between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the Woman's Club Building. Any donor wishing to credit his donation to someone elsewhere In the U.S. may do so through the American Association of Blood Banks Clearing house, of which the Palm Beach Blood Bank is a member. 'College Night' Planned At Newman Cardinal Newman High School's chapter of the National Honor Society will hold a "College Night" Monday, Nov, 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the school. All Palm Beach County high school students are invited to attend. Forty-five colleges will be represented, including the University of Florida, Florida State University and the University of Miami. Atlantic central will be Central Weather Table By The Associated Press Albany 58 23 Albuquerque 70 41 .14 Atlanta 79 50 Bismarck 47 36 Boise 59 34 Boston 57 37 Buffalo 66 34 Cincinnati 79 55 Cleveland 76 46 - Denver 55 32 Des Moines 67 47 Detroit 77 43 Fairbanks 19 06 Fori Worlh 83 67 Helena 51 20 Honolulu 89 70 Indianapolis 75 62 Juneau 39 31 .19 Kansas City 71 53 Louisville 82 61 Memphis 80 62 Milwaukee 68 56 Mpls-St. P 61 44 New Orleans 79 50 New York 64 42 Okla. City 78 63 Philadelphia 64 30 Phoenix 81 60 Pittsburgh 72 33 Ptland, Maine 51 28 Ptland, Oregon 56 31 Rapid City 57 32 Richmond 81 36 St. Louis 69 61 Salt Lake City 58 36 San Diego 70 46 San Francisco 59 54 Seattle 54 36 FLORIDA TABLE Apalachlcola 73 53 Bradenton 82 51 t'lewiston 80 63 Davtona Beach 79 57 Fort Lauderdale 80 75 Fort Myers 81 59 (lainesville 77 49 Homeslead 81 59 Islamorada Ho 70 Jacksonville 78 51 Key Wesl 80 71 Lakeland 78 55 Miami 80 71 Naples 84 59 Ocala 79 55 Orlando 79 56 Pensaeola 79 52 Sarasota 82 51 St. Petersburg 78 61 Tallahassee 80 39 Tampa 80 56 Vero Beach 82 61 West Palm Beach 79 72 Open Chess Tourney Set In County The Palm Beach County Open Chess Championship scheduled for Nov. 23-24 at Holiday Inn of the Palm Beaches will be directed by Kenneth Harkness of Boca Raton, former editor and author on chess. Advance registration for the tournament may be made Tuesday evenings at the Gold Coast Chess Club, 108 N. A St., Lake Worth. Fiberglassing Class On Tap A class In fiberglassing is being offered by the Palm Beach County Department of Vocational Education at the North Technical Education Center, 1-95 and Blue Heron Blvd. Registration will be held Monday at 7 p.m. with classes scheduled to meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 7-10 p.m. The nine-week course will cover theory and shop work and a registration fee of $3 will be charged. REPRESKNI ATIVE RUST Republican LEGAL NOTICES No. mi NOTItfcOKSALK TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that the following motor vehicle 10 Imperial. 2-dr. Club Cpe.. I D. No. Mil 3103 846 will be sold at public sale at 12 noon on the 9th day ol November, 18. at 4720 North Dixie, West Palm Beach, Florida. The proceeds ol the sale will be applied to the payment of the cost of retaking, storing and sale of said motor vehicle and the cost of publication of notice of sale, and then to the satisfaction of the balance due under the contract with Alfred Dwyer, address unknown, covering the financing of said motor vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to you and you will remain liable for any balance remaining unpaid under said contract. -s- Martial Des Roches 4720 North Dixie, West Palm Beach. Florida Pub. : Oct. 31. Nov 1.2. 1 Still NO. 2908 IN THE COI.BT OF THE COINTY J I'OUK IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COrNTY, FLORIDA: IN PROBATE, NO. 27.M5 IN RE: ESTATB:OF Miriam B. Humphrey Deceased. Notice ToCreditors To All Creditors, Legatees. Distributees and Persons Having Any Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that you are required by Law to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Miriam B. Humphrey, deceased, late of said County, to the County Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida, at his office In the court house of said County at West Palm Beach, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication of this notice. Each claim or demand shall be In writing In duplicate, and shall state the place of residence and post office address of the claimant, and shall be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, or his attorney, and any such claim or demand not so filed shall be void. David D. Humphrey King K. Humphrey As executors of the Last Will and Testament of Miriam B. Humphrey, deceased. John R. Day P 0 Box 10H9 Lake Worth. Florida Attorney for Executors Pub. : Oct. 19, 2 ; Nov. 2, 9, 1968 NO.29'28 Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned intends to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach Countv. Florida, pursuant to Section 865.05, Florida Statutes 1967, the fictitious name, to wit: B AND J ENTERPRISES under which we are engaged in a business at 306 MARLBOROUGH PLACE, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA JOHNC. WILKINSON WILLIAM S. WILKINSON Pub.: Oct. 26. Nov. 2. 9. 16, 1968 NO. 2909 IN THE COl'RT OK THE COINTY JliMiK IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COINTY, FLORIDA: IN PROBATE, NO. 27448 IN RE: ESTATE OF Clara N.deVillaSainz Deceased. Notice ToCrrditors To All Creditors, Legatees, Distributees and Persons Having Any Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that you are required by Law to present anv claims and demands which you, or either of you, mav have against the estate of Clara N. de Villa-Salnr. deceased, late of said County, to the County Judge of Palm Beach County. Florida, at his office in the court house of said County at West Palm Beach, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication of this notice. Each claim or demand shall be in writing in duplicate, and shall state the place of residence and post office address of the claimant, and shall be sworn to bv the claimant, his agent, or his attorney, and anv such claim or demand not so filed shall be void, -s-John R Day -s- Ernest Webster Moore As administrators, of the Estate of Clara N. de Vllla-Sainz, deceased. John R. Dav P.O. Box lA9 Lake Worth. Florida Attorney for Estate Pub. : Oct. 19. 26, Nov. 2. 9. 18 NO.Z9:l Public notice is hereby given that the Undersigned intends to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach Countv. Florida, pursuant to .Section 865 US), Florida Statutes 1967. the fictitious name, to wit: THE SANDPIPER APARTMENTS under which we are engaged in a business at 2400 PARK AVENUE. SINGER ISLAND, RIVIERA BEACH, FLA. Pat. Williamson G.M.J. Kaiiilenieckt Pub. : October 26, Nov. 2. 9. 16. 1968 NO. 2929 Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned intends to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach Countv, Florida, pursuant to Section 865.0(1. Florida Statutes 1967, the fictitious name, to wit: WILLIAM G. HOBBS YACHT SALES under w hich I am engaged in a business at 205 - 6th STREET. WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA HAROLD D. STOKER Pub : Oct. 26. Nov. 2. 9. 16. 1968 NO. 2911 IN THE COUNTY Jl'DOE'S COURT IN AND KIR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 27496 InRe: Estate of Frances S. Ferguson. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims or demands against the Estate of Frances S. Ferguson, deceased, are hereby notified to tile their claims In the office of the County Judge ol Palm Beach County, Florida, at his office in the County Court House West Palm Beach Florida, wlthii six (6) calendar months from th' time of the first publication of thi notice. s-GuvV. Ferguson Executor of the Will of Frat cesS. Ferguson. deceased. Wood. Cobb, Robinson, Falcon Letts Attorneys for Executor 230 Royal Palm Way Palm Beach. Florida Pub : Oct. 19. 26 . Nov 2. 9. 19R8 Funeral Notices MRS. CAM ELLA VAN OPSTAL I.AKfc) WORTH Funeral services for Mrs. Camella Van Opslal, 76, of 32(1 A Forest Lane, who died Wednesday, will be al 11 a.m. Monday al the E. Karl Smllh and Son Funeral Home Chapel. Friends may call al Ihe funeral home from 7 lo 9 p.m. Saiurday and noon to 9 p.m. Sunday. MRS. SARAH E. 8TEFFY Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah E Steffy, 85. of 4442 Anna Lane, Wesl Palm Beach, who died Thursday, will be 2 p m Monday al Ihe Tillman Military Trail Funeral Home. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 lo 9 p.m. Sunday. MRS. (,KR Till l)K H. LOWE Funeral service for Mrs. (lerlrude H. Lowe, of 1124 Old Okeechobee Road, who died Thursday, will be al 2 p.m. Saturday al the Redeemer Lutheran Church, West Palm Beach. Friends mav call today from 9 a.m. until noon al MlzelJ-FavMe-Zern Hibiscus Chapel. MILTON BOVER F uneral services lor Milton Bover 71 of 444 NomnKham Blvd.. Wesl Palni Hoach, who died Wednesday, will be at J:.KI p.m. Saturday al Mlzell Faville Zem Southdale Chapel. (Iraveside services will be conducted bv BPOE Lodge No. 1.152 al Hlllcresl -Memorial Park. PAHOKEE Two vehicles were demolished and a third damaged in an accident about two miles south of here Friday at the intersection of Highway 441 and the section 20 road. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper H. E. Martindale said 10 occupants of the vehicles were taken to Everglades Memorial Hospital here for examination. Admitted with possible head and Internal Injuries was Clarence Davis, 60, of 917 SW Ave. C, Belle Glade, who was driving a southbound van-type bus belonging to the Palm Beach County Health Department. Norman E. Pope, 8, of 2343 Bacom Point Road, a passenger in a pickup truck being driven by his grandfather, E. L. Pope, 67, of 2497 Bacom Point Road, was also admitted for observation of a head injury. Davis was returning from a trip to the Palm Beach County Health Clinic, West Palm Beach. He had four passengers in the county-owned vehicle. News Of Record CIVILSUITS fix C-4215 Malcolm Collins and Kay Collins, his wile vs. Florida Powit and Until Co.: suit for damages In excess of $75,1100 allogedlv due 10 negligence liXl'WU - John F. Kennedv Memorial Hospital vs. Mallle Dean: suit forSLTtK.-42 allegedly due on account. 6S C-421ti Thomas J. Brannan, a minor, by and Ihrouyh his father Richard M. Brannan and Richard Brannan individually vs. Dlan E. Gardner and Waller Durden; sull Tor damages In excess of S1.IKKI ior Inlurlcs allegedly suffered In a tralllc accident June 14 al Ihe intersection of Forest Hill Boulevard and Congress Avenue. Palm Beach County. S8C-4217 Louise Kkebohm vs. William Savad: sull for damages in excess of Sl.ljoo allegedly due to negligence. 68-C-42M7 - Beltv Jensen. Individually, and .lamps Shore, a minor, by his mother Betty Jensen vs. Walter K. burden: suit lor damages In excess of $1,000 for lnu-lies allegedly suffered In a traffic accident June 14 at the intersection of Forest Hill Boulevard and Congress Avenue, Palm Beach Countv. fix : UiU - Lome S. Knaub vs. Lester F. FaKKarl; sull lor damages In excess ol Sl.oon lor Inlurlcs allegedly suffered In a tralllc accident May 6. 1967 on Belvedere Road. West Palm Beach. FIYL IVI1..H IK.MKNTS 68-C-2.W - Kenneth M. Dix vs. Irene Woodward. Judgment for plaintiff. 68-C-1WI - The Slate of Florida vs. Resolute Insurance Co. and Artls Ne-loms; Judcment forpalntlff. M MiltlAI.K APPLICATIONS Mark K. Hauplner, 25, ol West Palm Beach, and Bonnie Spade. 23. of Hlvlera Beach. John R. Hall, 20. and Lona E. Ball. 21 both of Bovnlnn Beach. Nathaniel Manuel Jr.. 22, and Cokkli J at kson, 21. both of Riviera Beach. Angel O. Gutierrez. 31. and Carlota R. Garcia. 42. bolhol West Palm Beach. Oscar W. Sillancn. 55, and Sophie M. Stone, 65. both of Lake Worth. Donald K. Hinder. 28, of Riviera Beach, and Gail A. Ward. 23. of Delray Beach. John H. Doenges. ,11, ol Hlvlera Beach, and Etta M. Bachstet, 25, of Palm Beach Shores. Gary (i Crupper. 23. of l.evelland. Texas, and Frances L. Henderson, 23, of West Palm Beach. Almon Beglev. 35. and Theresa E. Rf inholtr. 24. hot of Lake Park. DIVORCE SUITS t'H.ED Bettv S. Wood vs. I 'ralg J. Wood. Joan A. M. Howard vs. Fred A. Howard. Frances D. Slergos vs. Stergns G. Ster-gos. Hazel Shellield vs. William A. Sheffll-ed. Jacqueline B. Slubblefleld vs, John B. Stutiblelield. LEGAL NOTICES No. 'Mill PKtXIMINARY CERTIFICATE Dt' COKPOHATK DISSOLUTION IN THh NA.VIt: AM) BY THK All-THOKITY Ut THK STAIK OF t'LOKIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Whereas, ANN HERWIG PRIOR. PALM BEACH, FLORIDA' LOUISE T. LEJEUNE, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: BARBARA T. WATSON, PALM BEACH. FLORIDA did on the 1st day of JUNE, A D 12 cause to be Incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida ANN HERWIG, INC. a corporation, with Its principal place of business at PALM BEACH, PALM BEACH COUNTY in the State ol Flor Ida. and whereas such corporation did on the 28th day of OCTOBER, A D. l8, cause to be filed in the office ol the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, the documentary authority required under Section 608.27. Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporation. Now. therefore, the Secretary of State does hereby certify to the foregoing and that he Is satisfied that the requirements of the law have been complied with IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the TWENTY EIGHTH day of OCTOBER, A D. 18 TOM ADAMS, Secretary ol State Pub: Nov.2,18 No. ivm (1) Public Notice is hereby given that Lowell House by Michael Burrows. President has made application to the r n non Ami IfOUffl author: tough anti-riot laws THE RIGHT MAN... RIGHT NOW! FOR U.S. CONGRESS Bring in your film for developing and printing. Get a new roll or cartridge Bonus when you pick up your pictures 8 or more from your roll or cartridge). You get the same size and type film that you brought in for developing and printing. (Slide film not included). KODACOLOR or BLACK-AND-WHITE 127, 620, 120 and 126 He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps as a private in 1947. He was recalled, to active duty during the Korean emergency. His present rank in the Marine Corps Reserve is Lt. Colonel. He is a graduate of the Marine Corps Reserve Command and Staff College. He served as Assistant U.S. Attorney for southern Florida under the Eisenhower administration from 1958 to 1961. He was the First Assistant County Solicitor for Palm Beach County, 1964 1966. In 1964 he was presented the Award of Merit by the Chief of the U.S. Secret Service for thwarting an attempt to assassinate President-elect John F. Kennedy during a 1960 visit to Florida. He was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 1966 and re-elected in 1967. Among the many laws he has authored or pushed through the legislature are: The 1967 Florida Anti-Riot bill. The $10,000 Death Benefit for families of Police and firemen killed in the line of duty. The LSD law prohibiting the possession of LSD. The Prosecuting Attorney's Association. And many others which have closed loopholes in our criminal laws. He was voted one of the most valuable Representatives of the 1967 session of the legislature by the capitol press correspondents for his anti-crime leadership. He was presented the Fraternal Order of Police Award for his "untiring efforts to aid law enforcement in the State of Florida." His civic affiliations include: American Legion, Kiwanis, Navy League, National District Attorneys Association, Florida Prosecutor's Association, Florida Peace Officer's Association, Palm Beach County Association of Police Chiefs, Life member of National Rifle Association, Honorary Director Lions Industries for the Blind, founder and former president of Pinecrest Khoury Youth Baseball League, former president of Crippled" Children's Society of Dade County, and Florida Bar Association Committee on Education Against Communism. Bob lives with his wife Mary and their six children in Palm Beach County. He is 40 years old. EKTACHROME OR KODACIIROME PROCESSING Toff I l Any Kodacolor 1 j Roll Developed 1 I and Printed I Wrth thii coupon, now thru November 30th. V: Coupon must occompony film brought in. & : m li 11 Movie Film, or 20-exposurt Slides SI 99c With thii coupon, now thru November 30lh. Coupon muit occompony film brought in. NO. 2910 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR PALM REACH COUNTY, FLOR'DA. No. 27496 IN Re: Estate of Frances S Ferguson. Deceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT: You are hereby notified that a written Instrument purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said decedent has been admitted to probate In this Court. You are hereby commanded within six (61 calendar months from the date of the first publication of this notlc? to appear In this Court and show cause, If any you can, why the action of this Court In admitting said Will to probate should not stand unrevoked. County Judge. Palm Beach Countv, Florida. By: Lena L. Mock D C. Wood. Cobb. Robinson, Falcon A Letts Attorneys for GuvV. Ferguson, Executor 230 Rovai Palm Wav Palm Beach. Florida Pub. : Oct. 19. 26 ; Nov. 2, 9. 1968 anti-crime package backed We need new men and by the Florida new leadership... lown council ior a special exception to the Zoning Ordinances with respect to On penthouses C and D. also known as No. 3 A 4. the west 2 penthouse apts. Lots 53, 64, Block "H ", Roval Park Addition: also known as 340 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach Florida The nature of the special exception requested Is: That the owner be permitted to erect a canvas awning at the penthouse floor to project 10' out from the eyebrow or 12 from building wall. Awning will cover entire west perimeter of building at the west penthouse floor to run 210" In entire length including return on each side. This construction will be In violation ol set back requirements which in this case is 45 degrees. ( 2 A hearing on said application will be held before the Town Council on November 12, 1H68 at 3 PM at the Council Chambers in the Town Hall. L A. Ehinger Building Inspector Pub: Nov.2.,lT ft FOR A CHANGE IN WASHINGTON ...VOTE FOR BOB Downtown, Clomatis St. ot Olivt St. Riviera loach, rod. Hwy. t 20th St. Palm Beach Mall, 1S01 12th St. Palm Caast Plaza, S. Dixio Hwy. ' u .) ik Friwdt of NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Boo ut. Admiral H. 8. Tmpl, Chairman, f. O. fc 1985, Watt Palm och

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