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2 Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 Woman Tops NLF Team Data tram U.i. WIATHU HJUAU . USA SO '60 50 J CO, J i i l : ' . ' . i f--", , ' - w Pv PARIS (AP) - A 41-year-old woman revolutionary, Mrs. Nguyen Thl Binh, wUl head the National Liberation Front's delegation at the expanded Paris peace talks, a member of the NLF central committee said Sunday. Flying from Vietnam via Moscow, she Is due to arrive In Paris at 11 a.m. Monday with five other members of an ad- Figurtt Shew High Ttmpraturt !xpctd Per Daytime Monday !iallt! PreiiajltatUii Net Ine'lcel' - Coniull Ll Perccait (PlripilQ Aw western slopes. Scattered showers are slated for the southern Atlantic states. TODAY'S WEATHER Scattered showers will cover most of the Rocky Mountains, today, except for 2 Suspects Held In $200 Robbery M niiHl ilniMiii lliHiiJ ( S taff Photo hv John Crystal ) Shown here are Albert Sissmore, president of the Norton Guild; Mrs. Jack Lowery and Jayne Waterman of the North Palm Beach Art Society; Ann Moody, art pavilion coordinator, and Norma Rachlin of the North Palm Beach Art Society, all from the left. ART GROUP MEETS Representatives of art groups in Southeast Florida met Sunday in the community room of the First American Bank of North Pam Beach to discuss plans for the art pavilion to be held in conjunction with the South Florida Fair to be held at the Fairgrounds Jan. 25 through Feb. 2. Czechs Jeer Troops Prague radio had warned motorists in Its noon broadcast to avoid the area from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. "in the Interest of your own safety." But the Sunday traffic crush was at Its peak at that time, and a mammoth traffic Jam resulted as the Soviet trucks moved through. The tentative schedule for the "week of solidarity" as released to the Czechoslovak news media called for the placing of the Soviet red flag with the hammer and sickle on all public buildings. ing Soviet anniversary and the traditional "month of Soviet-Czechoslovak friendship" that goes with It. About 500 Soviet heavy ammunition and troop trucks moved under growing darkness from forest bivouacs near Benesov, 21 miles south of Prague, then advanced along the main highway to encampments nearer the Czechoslovak capital. Hundreds of people lined the road as the trucks rumbled through villages. Some Jeered or whistled derisively. vance g Toup of the NLF, the political arm of the Viet Cong. They are to "take part In the preparatory meeting of the conference for a solution of the Vietnam problem," It was announced by the NLF Information office recently opened in Paris. A spokesman said the group "will be present" at the first meeting of the expanded talks, provisionally set for next Wednesday. Xuan Thuy, head of the North Vietnamese delegation, said Saturday the United States had agreed the National Liberation Front and the Saigon government should join the talks with independent delegations, each having "the right to speak for themselves." President Nguyen Van Thieu of. South Vietnam said he did not intend to send a delegation because his government could never negotiate with the NLF as a separate entity. Secretary of State Dean Rusk told his Washington news conference Friday the United States does not recognize the NLF "as some separate entity." But he went on to say the conference "should get to the substance of making peace" rather than waste time debating such procedural points. The American and North Vietnamese delegations were expected to meet privately prior to the formal session Wednesday to seek agreement on how the four delegations should be seated. It was poilb!e the United States would regard the Communist side as a single unit and simply Ignore the Communists' claim to constitute two Independent delegations. The NLF communique said President Johnson was forced to order "the unconditional cessation" of bombing and other acts of war against North Vietnam as a result of "the serious defeats continuously suffered by the American aggressors and their servants in the war of aggression In South Vietnam. Run-Down Try Leads To Arrest A Miami man was arrested by West Palm Beach police Sunday night and charged with aggravated assault, after he tried to run down his son, wife, and daughter-in-law, according to police. Leon Schack, 47, of 1045 128th Terrace, Miami, had been Involved in a domestic argument with his wife, Mary Ann, son Daniel, and daughter-in-law, Vera Schack, all of 939 29th St., West Palm Beach, Detective Lt. Edward Case reported. The argument started at 51st Street and Broadway. Schack, in an auto, followed the others who were riding In his son's car, and caught up with them In a parking lot by a closed liquor store at 48th Street and Broadway, officers said. First Schack tried to run down his son, then rammed his son's car, knocking his wife out, then he tried to run down his wife and daughter-in-law, officers related. The son pulled Schack out of his auto and scuffled with him, before police arrived. 126th Member UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) The new West African republic of Equatorial Guinea Is on the way to becoming the United Nations' 126th member. An authoritative source said Its membership application has reached Secretary-General UThant's office. The Security Council and General Assembly are expected to approve lt this week. Equatorial Guinea became Independent of Spain Oct. 12. And Funerals Weather Table By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Albany 60 41 Albuquerque 59 36 Atlanta 75 51 Bismarck 61 23 Boise 51 47 .12 Boston 58 48 Buffalo 51 42 Charleston 78 59 Chicago 45 43 Cincinnati 55 48 .04 Cleveland 50 37 Columbus 51 45 .05 Denver 58 29 Detroit 53 40 Fairbanks 26 10 Fort Worth 64 53 .07 Helena 51 33 Honolulu 89 76 Indianapolis 50 44 .58 Juneau 42 35 Kansas Cltv 55 42 Los Angeles 68 56 Louisville 63 52 Memphis 63 54 . 22 Milwaukee 51 33 Mpls. SI. P 55 28 New Orleans 80 51 New York 58 51 .04 Okla. City 56 46 .06 Omaha 55 30 Philadelphia 62 47 .05 Phoenix 82 50 Pittsburgh 50 45 .06 Ptlnd., Ore 54 35 . 04 Raleigh 78 54 Rapid City 65 30 Richmond 82 47 SI. Louis 45 43 1.30 Salt Lk. City 66 51 San Diego 73 51 San Fran 56 54 .46 Seattle 52 42 Washington 74 52 Winnipeg '. . 48 26 FLORIDA TABLE Apalachlcola 78 58 Clewiston 80 65 Davtona Beach 78 58 DeLand 82 55 Ft. Lauderdale 81 70 .75 Fort Mvers 84 63 Gainesville 80 53 Homestead 83 62 lslamorada 85 72 Jacksonville 80 54 Key West 82 73 Lakeland 81 62 Naples 84 62 Orlando 83 60 Sarasota 83 59 St. Petersburg 82 66 Tallahassee 81 47 Tampa 82 61 Vero Beach 82 63 West Palm Beach 79 73 CANADA Edmonton 38 36 Montreal 51 37 Ottawa 49 38 Toronto 51 35 Vancouver .,..51 40 .01 ALASKA Anchorage 37 33 Fairbanks 26 10 Italy Rain Storm Kills 73 Persons Continued from Page 1 pounded central Italy to the Bay of Naples. In the historic center of Venice, storm winds whipped the lagoon four feet above normal sea level and sent waters pouring over the tops of canal embankments Into streets, squares and buildings. The bad weather began Friday and built up steadily through Saturday. Late Saturday night lt peaked with the destructive force of a hurricane. Water, winds and mud wiped out roads, tore away rail lines, collapsed bridges and snarled communications and traffic as far south as Rome. Besides flooding by streams, the major rivers of north Italy, the Tagllamento, the Adlge and the Po, were on the rise. Abnormally high sea tides from Trieste down past Venice lashed the shores of the northern Adriatic. Along the Riviera on the other side of Italy, ships and lighthouses were damaged. Shoreline communities were Invaded by waves from the sea and floods of mud oozing down from the hills behind the beaches. Reports from the Blellaarea gave a picture of chaos In the worst stricken areas around Valle Mosso. Ji- ..-J i rV-rr Z Doctor Studi les Snoring TALLAHASSEE (AP) A bleary-eyed university professor whose wife "hates snoring like the devil hates holy water" has asked the federal government for $100,000 so he can find a cure and curb the nation's soaring divorce rate. Dr. Marcus Boulware admits he has a selfish motive. He hasn't had a good night's sleep since he began his quest more than two years ago. "I now sleep on the threshold of wakefulness and sleep. This lets my subconscious mind become a casual observer and see that my mouth stays closed," said the Florida A&M speech instructor. Before Dr. Boulware began sleeping with one eye open he tried various antisnoring devices such as chin straps, mouth restrainers and bells. But he now feels sleeping posture holds the key to success. "I've trained myself not to lie on my back, the vulnerable position for snoring, he said. "I've been working on my position for two years. I prop my forearm up under my chin. You do it for hours and hours and after a while the subconscious mind takes over." Dr. Boulware, 61, says he Is consciously aware when he sleeps and he knows when he begins to snore. "I'm not as well rested sleeping like that," he admits, "but I don't disturb other persons." He says he has spent $1,200 in obtaining and translating snoring studies from 18 countries. He hopes to get a $100,-000 research grant from the National Institute of Health, which he said has 200 researchers working on sleep, but none on snoring. His request Is pending. He would like to gather a staff and observe sleepers In a laboratory as they sleep. Finding a cure would more than offset the cost, he maintains, because snoring while not considered grounds for divorce In this country often is the cause. 3 Injured In Crash On SR 80 BELLE GLADE Three occupants of two vehicles involved In a near headon crash on SR 80, Just west of the city limits were injured Saturday, one critically, according to Police Chief Charles D. Goodlett. Both drivers were trapped In demolished vehicles and had to be removed from the pickup truck and sedan by city police, assisted by deputy sheriffs, a Florida highway patrolman and spectators. Listed In critical condition with a head Injury and broken legs was Dwayne Gllllland, 25, of the Hlllsboro Plantation, who was operating a pickup truck of the Triangle Sod Co. He was transferred to Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach, after emergency treatment at Glades General Hospital here. The operator of the east-bound sedan, Eddie Tillman, 44, of 630 Third St., West Palm Beach, suffered leg and possible Internal Injuries. He was transferred to St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm Beach, listed as fair. James E. Whitfield, 24, Hlllsboro Plantation, was listed In fair condition at the local hospital. He has possible Internal Injuries. Sgt. M. J. Spooner and Patrolman Ed Turnbull, who investigated, said the truck operated by Gllllland appeared to have been across the cen-terllne In the eastbound lane at time of Impact. The truck spun around and struck the metal guard rail along the south bank of the Hlllsboro Canal and then careened across the highway coming to a stop In the middle of the highway headed south. Tillman's sedan went off the north shoulder of the highway and traveled an additional 99 feet before coming to a stop heading In the same direction as the truck. Spilled gasoline posed threat of fire and two trucks from the Belle Glade fire department were sent to wash down the highway. Traffic was slowed and rerouted for more than an hour. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper H. E. Martlndale and Deputy Walter Irey assisted with traffic control. Two men, accused of a mugging-robbery In the parking lot of the Chances R Lounge, 4204 Broadway, were arrested by West Palm Beach police Sunday and booked into county jail. Allan Suffleld, 30, of 510 56th St., West Palm Beach, and Bobby Don Brogdan, 21, no aidress known, were charged with strongarm robbery and were held Sunday night In lieu of $5,000 bond each. Kenneth Edward Woods, 44, of 2403 West Gate Ave., told police two white males Jumped him from behind and took his wallet containing approximately $200, about 11:45 p.m. Friday. The suspects were arrested by detective Sgts. Bud Wunderle and James Griffin. In other police news Sunday, Sandra Jean Neal, 21, of 747 Orchid Drive, Royal Palm Beach, was booked Into county jail on three charges of forgery, three charges of uttering a forgery, and four counts of buying, receiving, or aiding In concealment of stolen property. Her bond was set at $9,000. Clarence Hamilton, 37, of Del Camp Farm, was booked at county jail Sunday afternoon on a charge of breaking and entering to commit petty larceny. Bond was $1,000. Earlier Sunday, Frederick A. Alber, 38, of 224 Walton Blvd., West Palm Beach, was booked at county jail on charges of driving while under the Influence of Intoxicants, improper lane change, and driving with an expired driver's license. Bond was $450. Other weekend bookings Included: James A. Smith, 25, of Rt. 2, Box 8251, Military Trail, Lake Worth, charged with aggravated assault. Bond was $1,500. Virginia A. Martin, 40, of 2224 Pepper Rd West Palm Beach, charged with shoplifting. Bond was $500. Richard T. Dusenbury, 56, of 1875 Palm Acres Dr., West Palm Beach, charge with assault and battery and mall-Three Hurt In Accident Three persons were Injured and a car wrecked Sunday afternoon, when the driver lost control In a rainstorm and lt rammed a bridge abutment at U.S. 441 and Forest Hill Blvd., according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Paul Robert Lassond, 72, of the Circle D Trailer Park, 2714 10th Ave. No., Lake Worth, and passengers, Mrs. Marie Lassond, 73, and Mrs. Ruth Hunter, 59, same address, were taken to John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital. The Lassonds suffered head and facial injuries, and Mrs. Hunter compound fractures of both legs, the FHPsald. Trooper W. J. Surowiec said Lassond was southbound, attempted a left tum onto Forest Hill Blvd., but his auto skidded -on wet pavement and slammed Into the bridge abutment. The 1966 Ford was described as a total loss. Charges were pending completion of investigation. The accident occurred at 4:30 p.m. 'i'.r. cious mischief. Bond was $800. Emlllo Leyva, 35, of American Foods, Lantana, was charged with aggravated assault and public Intoxication. Bond was $1,500. Billy J. Smith, 30, of 133 N. Marie Dr., West Palm Beach, was charged with Issuing a worthless check. Bond was $500. Walter S. Zoolkoskl, 39, of Pine Brook, N.J., was charged with driving while under the Influence of Intoxicants, having no driver's license, and resisting arrest without violence. Bond was $1,350.: He was arrested by the Florida Highway Patrol on SR 80, two miles west of West Palm Beach. Philip W. Cadle, 30, of 4360 Crestdale St., Lake Park, was charged with reckless driving. Bond was $200. He was arrested on 1-95 by the FHP. Charged with "affray" were Ramon A. Cubero, 33, and Jose M. Melna, 51, both of U.S. 441, Lantana. Both were arrested at Fred's Motel, Lantana. Bond for each was set at $100 Saturday night. James Mathis Jr., 58, of Rt. 2, Box 376, Delray Beach, was charged with speeding (In connection with an accident). Bond was $200. Jack E. Berget, 19, of 2064 Bonnie Dr., West Palm Beach, was charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest without violence. Bond was $1,000. He was arrested Saturday night at the American Legion post In Lake Worth. Stephen B. Salvador, 18, of 711 S. West Place, Boynton Beach, was booked Saturday on charges of having an invalid driver's license and unlawful speed. Bond, was $175. He was arrested by the FHP on Highway 441 eight miles west of Lantana. James P. Hlldeihrand,32, of 1113 N. Dixie Highway, Lake Worth, was Jailed without bond on a charge of contempt of court. He was booked at 11 p.m. Friday. Robert C. Wilson, 60, of 316 7th St., West Palm Beach, was booked Friday night on a charge of violation of the narcotics la w . Bon d was $1 ,000. John H. Stanley Jr., 22, of 742 - 53rd St., West Palm Beach, was booked on a charge of culpable negligence, Friday night. Bond was $1,000. Wllmar O. Scott, 20, of 4256 Colt Lane, West Palm Beach, was also booked for culpable negligence. Both Scott and Stanley were arrested by city police. Van C. Johnson, 20, of 936 7th St., Riviera Beach, was booked on charges of grand larceny, entering without breaking to commit grand larceny, and conspiracy to commit grand larceny. Bond was $1,000. He was booked at 5 p.m. Friday. 2 Accused In Thefts VERO BEACH - Two men were arrested Sunday and jailed without bond on charges of auto theft, breaking and entering of an auto, and breaking and entering with Intent to commit a felony, according to the Indian River County Sheriffs Office. Held at county Jail were Kenneth E. Babb, 35, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Dale Potts, 40, of Kingston, Ga. They were arrested at 10:19 a.m. about one quarter of a mile south of here, off highway A1A, deputies said. Stolen property valued at approximately $4,000 was recovered, officers reported. A Highway Patrol trooper had first checked out an apparently abandoned auto on a dirt road near A1A. He noticed Items of office equipment and a projector stamped "Rosewood School" discarded in weeds near the auto, according to the sheriff's office. The Palm Beach Post 2751 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, Fla. 33402 Published every mornlnf ncepl Saturday and Sunday by Perry Publications. Inc.. ! nil S. Dtilt Highway. Weil Palm Beach. Fla. Entered u wcond claaa mall at WeH Palm Beach. Published every Saturday and Sunday la combtnatto with The Palm Beach Timet, aj The Palm Beach Poal Tlmei. Subacrtptkm rate and additional Information on Editorial Put. PRAGUE (UPI)-Czecho-slovaks jeered Soviet occupation troops moving closer to Prague Sunday as the nation steeled itself for a potentially dangerous observance of the anniversary of the Russian Revolution Nov. 6-7. Official concern has been voiced that young Czechoslovak patriots may march on the holiday for the second time in two weeks to protest the Soviet occupation force. It was not known Sunday If the troop movements were connected with the approach Deaths GEORGE H. ROBERTS BOYNTON BEACH George H. Roberts, 76, of 421 SW 3rd Ave., died Sunday. Survivors include his wife, Grace; a daughter, Mrs. Norman C. Ream of Delray Beach; a son, George Jr. of Chicago, 111; a sister, Mrs. Lester Finch of Boynton Beach, and three granddaughters. Private services will be at the Scobee-Ireland-Potter Funeral Home In Delray Beach. MRS. ELIZABETH H. LA GERHOLM LAKE WORTH - Mrs. Elizabeth H. Lagerholm, 68, of 1115 N. J St., died Saturday. Survivors Include her husband, Harry B. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home Chapel. Arrangements will be announced by the funeral home. MRS. GEORGIA BELL DICKINSON Mrs. Georgia Bell Dickinson, 69, of 3705 S. Olive Ave., Apt. 8, West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Her father was the late Joseph Edward Bell, one of the organizers of Palm Beach County in 1913, who served on both the city and county commissions. She was the widow of Fred O. Dickinson Sr., a West Palm Beach realtor. Survivors Include one son, Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson Jr., state comptroller In Tallahassee; two daughters, Mrs. Madeline Shreckengost of Cambridge Springs, Md., and Mrs. Catherine Jones of Osceola, Iowa; one sister, Mrs. Wllma Spencer of West Palm Beach, ten grandchildren. Services will be at 4 p.m. today at Mlzell-Favllle-Zern Hibiscus Street Chapel. MRS. LEVANTIA B. ER-SKINE DELRAY BEACH - Mrs. Levantia B. Erskine, 88, of 82 Gleason St., died Sunday. Survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. Nancy Poe of Pompano Beach and Mrs. Carolyn Gill of Delray Beach; two grandchildren. Services and burial will be In Baltimore, Md. Lome-Bablone Funeral Home is In charge of local arrangements. JOSEPH ALFRED Hl'NTER LANTANA Joseph Alfred Hunter, 73, of 205 N. 4th St., died Sunday. Survivors Include his wife, Grace Ethel. Services will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the National Chapels Mortuary, 1540 Hypoluxo Road, Boynton Beach. Friends may call at service time Tuesday. MAVBELLJANE WILKINSON LAKE WORTH Maybell Jane Wilkinson, 63, of 1122 S. C St., died Saturday. Survivors Include her husband, Clare; two sons, Bruce E. and Kenneth E., both of Belleville; Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Dolores E. Morris of Belleville, Mich.; a brother, Ernest Detroyer of Detroit; two sisters, Mrs. Florence Carr of Chicago, and Mrs. Margaret Curry of Lake City, Mich.; eight grandchildren. Services will be at the Harris Funeral Home, 14751 W. McNlchols, Detroit. Local arrangements are by the National Chapels Mortuary, 1540 Hypoluxo Road, Boynton Beach. JOHN A. PFARR LAKE WORTH John A. Pfarr, 79, of 731 N. C St., died Sunday. Survivors Include his wife, IrmaD. A Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home Chapel. Requiem Mass will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. MRS. GLADYS C. CITTER LAKE WORTH Mrs. Gladys C. Cutter, 70, of 810 N. L St., died Sunday. Survivors Include her husband, J. J.; one daughter, Mrs. Dorris Mae Harris of Lake Worth; one sister, Mrs. Hazel Gladden of Lake Worth; one brother, Clayton W. Burk of Cleveland, Ohio; and one grandson. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Lake Osborne Presbyterian Church. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home. DOLPHIN D. HAMILTON SR. DEERFIELD BEACH -Dolphin D. Hamilton Sr., 90, died Sunday. He was a pioneer merchant-farmer in turpentine, timber and sawmills and figured In the early development of central and south Florida. For the past 45 years he lived In the West Palm Beach area. His Interests Included truck and citrus farming, retail stores, cattle and land development during the last six decades In many parts of the state. Survivors include five sons, Olan T. of West Palm Beach, Edgar G. of Palm Beach Shores, John W. and A. W., both of Deerfield Beach, and D. D. Jr. of Tallahassee; two daughters, Mrs. J. Edward Bell of Tallahassee and Mrs. George DuMont of Sebrlng; 13 grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Mlzell-Favllle-Zern Hibiscus Chapel. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today. MRS. V IRGINIA BLAIR LEGGETT Mrs. Virginia Blair Leggett, 77, of 416 Upland Road, West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Survivors Include two sons, John B. of Lake Clark Shores and Gordon V. of West Palm Beach, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Mlzell-Fa-ville-Zern Southdale Chapel. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel. VIOLA S.WOMACK LOXAHATCHEE - Viola S. Womack, 56, died Sunday. Survivors Include her husband, John S.; three sons, Rex Allen of Columbus, Miss., John Earl of West Point, Miss., and Roland of West Palm Beach; one daughter, Mrs. James David May of Raleigh, N.C.; three brothers, James Sprulll of Loxahatchee, W. L. Sprulll of Eupora, Miss., and L. G. Sprulll of Greenwood, Miss.; two sisters, Mrs. Mrs. LUlle Bullard of Maben, Miss., and Mrs. Fannie Wilkinson of Chicago; seven grandchildren. Services will be from the Barry Funeral Home In West Point, Miss. Friends may call at the Mlzell-Favllle-Zern Southdale Chapel from 2 to 9 p.m. today. OWEN MARTIN HOLMES JR. Owen Martin Holmes Jr., 61, of 131 Sleepy Hollow Drive, West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Survivors Include his wife, Dorothy Jeane; one son, Norman of West Palm Beach; one daughter, Mrs. George Ulrlch of Bayport, Long Island, N. Y.; her mother, Mrs. Alice Stone of Springfield, Mass.; two brothers, John of Springfield, Mass.; and William of Watertown, Mass.; four sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Noel, Mrs. Etta Anderson; Mrs. Anne Miller; and Miss Alice Holmes, all of Springfield Mass., 10 grandchildren. Requiem Mass will be at 7:30 p.m. today at the Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Memory Garden Memorial Park, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 2 to p.m. today at the Mlzell-Favllle-Zern Southdale Chapel. Funeral Notices JOSEPH BILTS WITCH RIVIERA BEACH - Funeral lervlcet tor Joseph Blluwltch, 57, ol X W 15th St.. who died Saturdav. will be al 10 a.m. Tuesday al the Howard Kuneral Home, 27 .) Broadway. Krlendj may call al Ihe chapel from J lo 5 and 7 lo 9 p.m. today ar-d from 9 a.m. until service time Tuesday. -ijir- 1 ; JUDGE JAMES STEWART COUNTY JUDGE f- GROUP 2 "jL REPUBLICAN M. M. A. Cam. Tim. (Staff Photo by b Nachmait ) pickup truck was transferred to Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach, and was listed as being in "poor" condition Sunday night. THREE INJURED A near head-on crash Saturday night at Belle Glade injured three persons and slowed traffic for more than an hour on SR 80. The driver of this -(J! j hi.,,...

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