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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 9

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 7, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 7, 1968-A9 Area Republicans Take District House Races Missing Man's Body Found At Vero Beach CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? (phone T0MASELL0 585-255r;i Typing Classes Set In Lake Worth Registration for classes In beginning and advanced typing will be held Tuesday, Nov 12, at 7:30 p.m. at Lake Worth High School. bridge. Brown was picked up by Henry J. Gill, who was fishing nearby, but the search for Leitch was not started until Brown had regained consciousness at Indian Memorial Hospital and said that there was another man overboard. PlAY 29 TUNES IN 6 MfflT! Cotton? Right! V I Nancy f I Cotton. J www " - - . EVEN IF YOU DON'T "READ" A NOTE!: f KEW WURLITZER PIAi:0 HO UBY COURSE David C. Clark was the winner of the Dist. 81 race, piling up an unofficial total of 52,251 to his opponent's 38,690. Clark received 48,548 votes in Palm Beach County, while Charles E. Miner Jr. ran up a county total of 35,607. Martin County returns gave Clark 3,703 and Miner 3,083. Attorney Raymond Moudry was returned to the House In the Dist. 79 seat. Moudry defeated F. Malcolm Cunningham. Unofficial totals were Moudry 59,924, and 39,390 for Cunningham. Cunningham received 36,494 votes in Palm Beach County while Moudry got 55,406. Martin County gave 4,518 votes to Moudry and 2,896 to FACTORY AUTHORIZED NOVEMBER SPECIAC i County's 3,863 votes gave James a total of 49,984. The Dist. 77 seat was won by Jack Poorbaugh, who won 49,465 Palm Beach County votes and 4,082 In Martin County for an unofficial total of 53,547. His opponent. Lake Lytal, took 42,574 votes In Palm Beach County and 3,519 in Martin. His unofficial total was 46,093. The winner in the Dist. 80 race was John Jordan, whose unofficial vote total for the two counties was 52,367 to C. Errol Hicks' 38,541. Palm Beach County gave 48,460 votes to Jordan, while Hicks received 35,738. Martin County voters were 3,907 for Jordan and 2,803 for Hicks. Area Republican candidates had a field day In races tor six state House of Representatives seats Tuesday, defeating their Democratic opponents handily, unofficial returns indicated. The Republicans won races for House Districts 76, 77, 78, 79, 80 and 81, which constitute Martin and Palm Beach counties. House minority leader Don Reed Jr., who was unopposed in Dist. 76, received 47,881 Palm Beach county votes, and 4,887 In Martin County, giving him a total of 52,768. Also unopposed was State Rep. William James, Dlst. 78, who piled up 46,121 votes in Palm Beach County. Martin VERO BEACH After a search by four area rescue teams, including two helicopters from Patrick Air Force Base, and a Coast Guard utility boat, the body of Carl Leitch, 68, was found Tuesday night three miles north of Wa-bassoon the beach. The body was spotted floating in shallow water by Harold Sponaugle, who was flying an aircraft over the area around 6:52 p.m. Tuesday. Sponaugle contacted the FAA at the Municipal Airport, who in turn contacted the Sheriff's Department. Leitch had been on a fishing trip with Harold Brown over the week-end when their 16-foot boat capsized about 22 feet west of the Sebastian Inlet f WURLITZER SPINET PIANO $425 All FOR ft f" I PIANO H0IIT COURSE 30 l.n iiiv'P'l 11 It LESSONS IN YOUR AREA 23 fU'lUI TOTAL VALUE $4M j ICSSJUIt- 775' Florida Casualties The U. S. Department of Defense Wednesday announced the following Florida casualties In connection with the conflict In Vietnam. Killed as a result of hostile action: Army Sgt. Thomas W. Bayonet, St. Petersburg. Missing to dead as a result of hostile action: Army - Pfc. Richard L. Bray, Milton. PIANOS Mwnom n Of . ORGANS 111 IATWU- 1 WURLITZER Oialtr m Hirirfi. JJ3?05 MAMA IU ABU UAil 11 Ml Use I-T Classified urai ir& r.m, mun. c no, Rogers To Seek Electoral Revision U R D I NY lEU'S (Ox lUfLmm Victorious in his bid for an olghth term in the U.S. House. Rep. Paul A. Rogers of West I'ulm Beach said Wednesday that he anticipates no problems with a Republican president. Rogers, who has served two-thirds of his tenure in the House under Democrats, but who was a Junior member during the Eisenhower-Nixon administration, said: "I have served in the Congress with a Republican president, Mr. Eisenhower, and once a year sale! Iff JL tn v it with Mr. Nixon as vice president, and I'm sure that the Congress will be cooperative and responsible in acting in the best Interests of this nation." The 9th Dist. congressman said he would favor a change In the electoral college system of choosing the president as a result of this election. "One of the things that I think will need attention is to change the electoral college set-up, and I plan to work on this in the Congress." On local concerns, he added: "Also, there will be numerous pieces of legislation that will vitally affect our district as well as the nation." "Oceanography is one subject that will vitally affect us, and also I am hoping to initiate a study on the rising costs of hospitalization to see what can be done in a constructive way to help reduce this rising spiral." "I am very grateful for the kind vote and the opportunity to represent the people of this district," Rogers said. Robert W. Rust, who was defeated by a better than 24,000-vote margin In his challenge for Roger's House seat, could not be contacted by phone Wednesday. 'Project Cheer' Aid Wanted r Is Fined $150 In Bolita Case Project Cheer needs the help of the citizens of Palm Beach County. Sponsored by the Mental Health Association, Project Cheer prepares and ships gifts to mental patients in Florida's state hospitals to be distributed at Christmastime. The Rev. Mr. Douglas Smith, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Boynton Beach, project chairman and a member of the association's board of directors, said only about one third of the 2,000 gift quota has been received to date. He added that these must be prepared and shipped by mid-November, many of them to patients who have no family or friends to bring them holiday cheer. Last year the county chapter provided more than 1,500 gifts and the demand has increased this year. Rev. Smith added that articles such as wearing apparel for men and women, games, records and musical Instruments make Ideal gifts. Cash donations are used to buy gifts with every cent going to the patients. Gifts or contributions may be made to the Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County, 909 Fern St., West Palm Beach or to 162 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton. EXCLUSIVE AT BllWINES PRE-CVRLED STRETCH WIG Keg. $13. The curly little wig that you can carry in your hand bag . . . just fluff it out to wear. Made of Excelon mod acrylic that withstands Florida's heat. Blonds, browns, blacks, frosteds, grays. NOTIOSS, SECOND FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH B XJ PI DINE'S tit OIK PARADOX the oh-o-light yet rich moisturizer Created to act like natural oils in young skin. Use nightly for a fresher, dewier look. Super absorbent; non-allergenic too. 6-oz. reg. 12.50 $i.50 also: Salon creme annual sale: 1-oz. Reg. $5 $3 COSMETICS. STREET FLOUR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH COME IN OR CAU 133-4411 Thelmon Lowery, 39, of 913 13th St., West Palm Beach, pleaded guilty to possession of bolita tickets Wednesday In West Palm Beach Municipal Court. Lowery was arrested Oct. 15 at 13th Street and Henrietta Avenue by city vice detectives. He was fined $150 by Municipal Judge Beatrice Fit-terer. 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