The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 8, 1968 · Page 34
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 34

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In another accident about 7:50 a.m. Thursday, an eight-year-old boy was slightly injured alter being struck by an automobile driven by Helga Stupe Collier-, 38, of 13-10 Long-wood St. Patrolman William Urban said Lenwood Banks of 183-1 Douglass Ave. darted into the path of Mrs. Collier's car in the 1700 block of Tamarind Avenue. No charges were filed. Mrs. Collier drove Lenwood and his mother to Good Samaritan Hospital where the boy was t reated and released. James J ulius Vaughan suffered minor cuts and bruises alter losing control of his car on North Dixie at 41st Street and striking a utility pole. Patrolman W. D. Griggs said Vaughan, who was northbound on Dixie, crossed the center line, jumped the curb and hit a pole at the intersection. Power was out in the area for 15 minutes, according to police, who said the pole was broken in half. Treated and released from St. Mary's hospital, Vaughan, was charged with causing the accident by failing to have his vehicle under control. 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Price 7.97 Ruck Pack 5.88 Aluminum Frame Padded Shoulder Straps 10 am to 10 pm 12 noon to 7 pm fete Two Zoning Applications Approved Two applications were denied and two approved Thursday by the West Palm Beach Zoning Board of Appeals. Approved was a request by Mrs. Amanda Merritt, owner of 781( S. Dixie Highway for a permit lo construct a second storage addition onlo the existing furniture building and provide fewer parking spaces than required by a C I (commercial i one. Also granted was an appeal by Mr. and Mrs. Pel Carta, owners of 421-21!h Si. and 124 24th St., lo ('(instruct a restaurant and an apartment on the .second floor and provide fewer parking spaces than required by a commercial .one. Denied was an application by Samuel 1). ( loins, owner ol 2415 Parker Avenue, to construct a screen enclosure onto a residence in less than the required setback from the property line. Also rejected was an appeal by Dr. James M. Stewart, proposed purchaser, ami Dr. Daniel H. Kowe and Carol Ann Austin Kowe, owners, of 1111 N. Flagler Drive, lo construct a residence with an annex for office use in an III (single family) .one which prohibits office use. r r Fined SI 25 For Larceny Lionel Walter Anderson, 21, of 1843 Douglass Ave., Apt. ti, pleaded guilty Thursday in West Palm Beach Municipal Court to petty larceny by shoplifting and was fined $125. Anderson was accused of shoplifting $20 worth of pants from King's Department Store on South Dixie. In other court action, Ronald Norman Freer, 34, of 717 55th St. was fined $150 by Judge Beatrice Fitterer after pleading guilty to two counts of causing an accident, one count of failure to stop after an accident, and reckless driving. The reckless driving charge was reduced from driving while intoxicated. Charles Robert Jaloski, III, 21, of 113 Marguerita Ave. was fined $100 and had his driver's license revoked for three months after pleading guilty to a charge of driving while Intoxicated. 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