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2-Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1968 Data ffm U.S. WfATHfX $UUAU USA Deaths And Funerals Cuba Uninterested In Refugee Returns flgurt Show High TtmperoturM txfOtd For Doytlw Tutdoy (tritrrpUw) and showers will occur in other parts of the Northern and Central Plains. The rest of the country will have clear to partly cloudy skies. PARTLY CLOUDY Rain and showers are forecast today for the Northern and Central Pacific Coast. Snow flurries are slated in the Northwestern Plains area. Rain Weather Table ANTON J.SCHMIDT Anton J. Schmidt, 68, of 3845 Georgia Ave., West Palm Beach, died Monday. Survivors include a son, Anton J. Ill of California. Funeral services will be at 7:30 p.m. today at Mizell-Faville-Zern Southdale Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel from 2 p.m. to service time. ROBERT WILLIAM BOH EN DELRAY BEACH - Robert William Bowen, 55, of 255 NE 12th St., died Sunday. Survivors Include his wife, Rosemary; one son, William D.of Fort Dix, N.J.; one stepson, Jerry Blue of Lake Worth; one daughter. Miss Gwenda L. Bowen of Delray Beach; two sisters, Miss Gwendolyn Bowen and Mrs. Marie Roberts, both of Orion, 111.; his stepmother, Mrs. Ruth Bowen, of Orion, 111. . Funeral services will be held today at 2 p.m. at National Chapels Mortuary, 1540 Hy-poluxo Rd., Boynton Beach. Graveside services will be held at Palm Beach Memorial Park. MRS. EARLENE DUCKWORTH BOYNTON BEACH - Mrs. Earlene Duckworth, 69, died Monday. There are no known survivors. Coleman Funeral Home will announce arrangements. MATH EW MOSES MIAMI Mathew Moses, 49, of 243 NE 5th St., died Sunday in Miami. Survivors include one son, Gabriel, and one daughter, Miss Tatlanna Moses, both of Teaneck.N.J. Coleman Funeral Home will announce arrangements. FRANK G. THOMAS OKEECHOBEE - Frank G. Thomas, 68, 101 SE Miami St., died Sunday. He was a superintendent with the State Road Department. Survivors Include his wife. free to Cuba any Cuban nationals requesting a return to the island nation. John Fitzgerald, coordinator of Cuban affairs at the State Department said Monday: "We have repeatedly followed up through the Swiss, but still have received no answer. I assume they (Cuban officials) 1 just don't want to." The Swiss Embassy acts as the diplomatic intermediary between the United States and Cuba. U.S. officials first ap-proarched the Cubans, through the Swiss, in July following a suggestion by U.S. Rep. Paul Rogers, D-West Palm Beach, that planes used by the United States to bring Cuban refugees to the U.S. flew empty from Miami to Cuba and could be used to return disenchanted Cubans to the islands. Rogers' suggestion was prompted by the number of hijacked American airlines which have been diverted to Cuba. The State Department agreed to make the offer to try and avert some hijacking, but Fitzgerlad said that it would not completely solve the problem because: "You have to remember It is not mainly Cubans doing the hijacking, but kooky Americans and others for a variety of reasons." Monday a National Airlines 727 with 65 passengers and crew bound from New Orleans to Miami was hijacked and landed In Havana. The hijacker ordered the pilot to tell the 58 passengers he was a "black national freedom fighter." The State Department charters two round-trip flights a day, five days a week between Miami and Bardero to bring out Cuban refugees. An estimated 45,000 Cuban refugees a year come to the United States aboard the flights. By DALE PILLEN Washington Bureau WASHINGTON Cuban government officials apparently are uninterested in a U.S. government offer to fly Cigarette Law Asked LONDON (AP) The British government Is preparing to restrict the promotion of cigarette sales because of the "ap-alling fact" of Increasing lung cancer, Richard Crossman, secretary for social sciences, announced today. "The government Intends to introduce legislation to restrict cigarette advertising and sales promotion," Cross-man told the House of Commons in answer to a question. "Meanwhile, our urgent task is to increase the effectiveness of the deterrent propaganda among young people." He agreed with his questioner that if the smoking habit is not curbed "half a million of today's population are going to die directly as a result of It." Britain already has some relatively minor curbs on cigarette advertising, mainly banning it from television screens before 10 p.m. Crossman said the administration also is considering the American law to print a health warning on every pack of cigarettes. TERMITES? CALL TOMASELLO 585-2551 FOR COMPLETE PtST CONTROL SERVICE MtMBtR OF I M NAllONAt MST CONTROl ASSOCIATION Poor Publicity HONG KONG (AP) - City Councilman Huang Mong Hua is upset about the name "Hong Kong flu" for a virus infection. "It is giving Hong Kong a bad name," Huang said. "Why isn't it called China flu? The authorities who deal with these things know perfectly well that It originated in China, not in Hong Kong." AU KKTIMiMKN T Way Discovered to Hold False Teeth BAKERSFIELD. Calif. - A new discovery called Acryline is big news. Users say it fits plates so beautifully they can't believe it. Acryline uses a startling new vacuum principle. It flows on plates and forms an air tight seal. Users say this feels akin to natural teeth. This wonderful feeling lasts six months before repeating. Get Acryline. FLORIDA TABLE Apalachicola 74 Clewlslon 85 Daytona Beach 77 DeLand 79 Fort Lauderdale 84 Fort Mvers 83 Gainesville 80 Homestead 86 Islamorada 86 Jacksonville 79 Key West 84 Lakeland 81 Miami 87 Orlando 84 Pensacola 67 St. Petersburg 80 Tallahassee 76 Tampa 81 Vero Beach 88 West Palm Beach 86 67 60 62 60 89 72 63 64 .52 64 74 66 73 63 60 60 .21 59 .14 68 .30 64 1.04 62 .08 63 69 Frightened By Dog GOEPPINGEN, West Germany (UPI) A 47-year-old woman who forgot that British cars have steering wheels on the right side crashed her auto into a wall because she was shocked at seeing a dog in what she thought was the driver's seat of an oncoming car, police said. By The Associated Press Albuquerque Kl 39 Amarlllo 77 H) Ashevllle 58 52 .60 Atlanta 71 58 1.00 Birmingham 61 56 1.06 Bismarck 44 31 Boise 51 35 .06 Boston 51 43 Buffalo 55 33 Charlotte 60 54 .80 Chicago 57 38 Cincinnati 65 45 Cleveland 51 38 Denver 59 34 Des Moines 55 30 Detroit 53 28 Duluth 47 32 Green Bay 51 JO Helena 35 33 .61 Honolulu 91) 74 Houston 70 48 Indianapolis 64 45 Jacksonville 79 66 .01 Juneau 35 25 Kansas Citv 58 33 Little Rock 58 48 Los Angeles 69 60 Louisville 66 46 .09 Marquette 51 39 Memphis 53 48 Milwaukee 53 24 MplsSt. Paul 50 37 New Orleans 60 55 New York 56 47 Oklahoma Citv 64 33 Omaha 58 36 Philadelphia 51 46 .09 Phoenix 79 51 Pittsburgh 60 39 Portland, Me 51 31 Portland, Ore 53 32 St. Louis 56 44 Salt Lake City 51 43 .07 San Francisco 5H 50 Seattle 52 35 Spokane 45 33 Washington 58 52 .05 CANADA Edmonton , 41 16 Montreal 48 28 Ottawa 48 28 Toronto .....48 28 ADVKHTISKMKN T EAR WAX? Don't use pointed objects that may puncture eardrums. KERID Drops help soften and loosen hard wax plugs. Put KERID Droos in, wash earwax out. Ask for Kerid Drops at Walgreens. JOHN EASTMAN WOODRUFF VERO BEACH John Eastman Woodruff, 87, of Sea Gull Drive, Vera Beach, died Friday. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Geraldlne W. Woodruff, Vero Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Eugenie W. MacLeod of New York; a son, Timothy L. of the Republic of Panama, and three grandchildren. Funeral services were at 4 p.m. Friday at Floyd Funeral Home Chapel, Vero Beach. Burial was In Miami. CHARLES RUSSELL HUNTLEY II ALEXANDRIA, VA. Charles Russell Huntley II, 58, of 2327 Duke St., Alexandria, a native of Buffalo, N.Y., died Oct. 30 A graduate of Hill School in Pottstown, Pa., Yale University and the University of Buffalo, at his death he was general counsel to Don Caffery Glassie Co., consulting engineer firm of Washington. Survivors include his wife, Suzanne L.; two daughters, Mrs. Judson S. Smith of Moun-tainville, N.Y., and Mrs. David Z. Webster of Needham Heights, Mass.; his mother, Mrs. William R. Huntley of Palm Beach, and four grandchildren. Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Nov. 2 at the Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home, 1500 W. Braddock Road, Alexandria. JOHN E. GALLAGHER John E. Gallagher, 68, of 1112'$ Florida Ave., West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Survivors include two sons, Robert of Athol, Mass., and Richard of Greenfield, Mass., and 10 grandchildren. MizellFavllle-Zern Hibiscus Chapel will announce arrangements. MRS. MARGARET MAE GALLAGHER Mrs. Margaret Mae Gallagher, 62, of 1112 H Florida Ave., West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Survivors Include three daughters, Mrs. Genevieve D. Sherpa of Lake Park, Mrs. Myrtle L. Robinson and Mrs. Anne O'Quinn, both of Jacksonville; one son, James L. Magill Jr., of Jacksonville; one brother, H. W. Waters of Puerto Rico; one sister, Mrs. Violet E. Morris of West Palm ins" Pure Oil Division imports Mrnti; LAKE WORTH RESIDENTS, PHONE REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS, 585-5439 if you need transportation to the Polls to vote November, 5 th m am CHINESE ART BEGINS NOV. 1 1 call Mr. Holland 832-5194 AQUARIUM SET compute io gal IT TROPICAL FISH All SUPPLIES LARGEST SELECTION LOWEST PRICES 8 SEMINARS ON AQUARIUM CENTER 833-9505 517 NORTHWOOD RD. Lessie; a son, Marvin of Stuart; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Stokes of South Bay and Mrs. Mose Joiner and Mrs. J.E. Faircloth, both of Okeechobee; two brothers, Brad and Lewis; a sister, Mrs. Dora Rhynes, all of Okeechobee; 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Independent Baptist Church of Okeechobee. Friends may call at the Yates Funeral Home Chapel, Okeechobee. HORACE H. F. JAYNE eminent authority on Chinese Art MONS. 11 a.m. ENROLL NOW Ikss ra&la Beach; 18 grandchildren and one great-grandson. Mizelle-Faville-Zem Hibiscus Chapel will announce arrangements. MRS. BERTHA M. SMITH VERO BEACH Mrs. Bertha M. Smith, 96, of 2315 18th Ave., died Sunday. Mrs. Smith, a member of the First Church of Christ Scientist here for over 40 years, had been a Christian Scientist Practitioner 35 years. Survivors include two sons, Roderick S. of Chicago, 111., and Vero Beach, and Alan F. of Gooding, Idaho, and two brothers, Charles Spencer of Lyons, Colo., and A. L. Spencer of Spokane, Wash. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Cox-Giiford-Baldwin Funeral Chapel. NORRIS JAY CLARKE DELRAY BEACH Norris Jay Clarke, 85, died Oct. 31 in Cleveland, Ohio. For many years, he had maintained a winter home in Delray Beach. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Mann of Ligonier, Pa., and Mrs. Dudley P. Felp of Dari-en, Conn.; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services were held Saturday, Nov. 2, in the chapel of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Cleveland. Memorial contributions may be made to Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Boynton Beach. MRS. JANE ALLISON ALLAIRE VERO BEACH Mrs. Jane Allison Allaire, 69, of 1855 49th Ave., Vero Beach, died Friday afternoon In Fort Pierce. Survivors Include her husband, Euclid J. (Bill) Allaire; a daughter; Mrs. Morris B. Hawkins, Towson, Md.; a son, William E. of Huntington, Conn.; a brother, Robert Addison of New York City; two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Campbell of Forest Hills, N.Y., and Mrs. Rose Scott of Brooklyn and 10 grandchildren. Rosary was at Cox-Gifford-Baldwln Funeral Home, Vero Beach, at 8 p.m. Saturday. Further services and burial will be at Bristol, Conn. MRS. LOUISE HENNING LAKE WORTH Mrs. Louise Henning of 910 Golfview Rd., died Monday In a Pittsburgh, Pa., nursing home. Mrs. Henning was the widow of the late Arthur G. Henning. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Jean H. Hoer-ner of Mount Lebanon, Pa.; one son, Arthur G. of New York City, and three grandchildren. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the L. Beinhauer & Son Co. Mortuary, 2630 W. Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. Interment will be at Forest Hills Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Mich. MRS. DELIA M. ROBERTSON Mrs. Delia M. Robertson, 99, of 506 E.Lakewood Rd., West Palm Beach, died Monday. Survivors include her son, Charles E. of West Palm Beach; one granddaughter and three great-granddaughters. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Mizell-Faville-Zern Southdale Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to service time Wednesday. Funeral Notices MKS. ELIZABETH H. LACERHOLM LAKE WORTH - Services (or Mrs. Ellzabrih H. Lagerholm. 68. of 11154 N. J. St., who died Saturday, wilt bf held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home Chapel, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. JOHN A. PFAKR LAKE WORTH Rosary Services for John A. Pfarr, 79, of 7.11 N. 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