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r Talm Beach Post-Times, Saturday. Nov. 9. 19683 AA KK I lK MKNT r Palm Beach To Weigh City's Outfall Request Jack GRANT says ... IBS Mother Accident m mm m DEPT STORE the council sees fit to act favorably in principle upon this request at that time, it will be the first of many steps necessary before any construction authorization is given by the council." Mayor Brady in his letter listed the conditions under which the line would be Installed: West Palm Beach would obtain a permit from the trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of the state and one from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Town OPEN DAILY 10 to 10 SUNDAY 10 to 6 Shop with Confidence Every Day is Sale Day if- r i l J 9 L of Palm Beach would agree to withdraw its objection once West Palm Beach obtained the right-of-way. The city would next receive approval of the construction plans and specifications from the State Board of Health, and the town engineers would review detailed plans and specifications for the installation and add his approval. An indemnity agreement would be arranged to protect the town of Palm Beach against any damage to public property and claims for damage or injury to persons or property. The city would also permit the town engineer to inspect progress of the installation work at any time, during the construction phase. A registered engineer, to be agreed upon by both municipalities, will be hired by the city, at Its own expense, to review the plans for further assurance that the system is meeting good engineering design practices. Brady's letter also indicated that the sewage wastes to be discharged would be pre-treat-ed prior to being placed into the duct. Greases, floatable materials and grit will be removed, sewage will be ground and effluent will be chlorinated, the letter stated. Men s Crew Neck Value Rises were issued in October, 1969 for a total of $965,020 in construction. Three houses totalling $92,800 were included in this number as well as nine pools for $59,100 and 68 additions and alterations for $713,-120. In October of 1967 72 permits were issued for $340,210 and in September, 1968 76 permits were issued for $314,390. Ehinger said: "Included in the additions for last month, and accounting for the big increase, were two foundation permits amounting to $100,000 each." y TONIGHT The Cftfe 0's?- HjM4 J ROMEO AND JULIET. . . POPEYE AND OLIVE OYL . . . ANOTHER GREAT ROMANCE MAY START TONIGHT1 Boys' Cotton Fleece Hooded Sweat Shirts Sweat Shirts Fleece lined Machine Washable Long Sleeve Pullovers with Ribbed Neck and Cuffs COLORS: White Gun Metal Royal Whiskey Bottle Green Navy Girls' Turtlcnvck Fleeced Rib-Knit Neck, Cuffs & Bottom Gay Colors include Orange-Mustard, Black-White, Powder Blue Sizes 7 to 14 Sizes 4 to 6X 1.28 1.88 SWEAT SHIRTS 1.48 Long Hood. Gray Expectant Injured In OKEECHOBEE An expectant mother from West Palm Beach was injured 12 miles north of here early Friday when the car In which she was a passenger was struck by a truck and thrown 50 feet into a telephone pole. Frank Says He Will Not Fight Firing The former president of John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, Maurice B. Frank, said Friday he would continue as a director but will not take any legal action seeking to prevent his ouster. Frank was removed as president of the hospital Wednesday in a surprise manuever of eight members of the 12-mem-ber board of directors in a special meeting without being given any reason for the action, he said. Calling the action "undemocratic procedure," Frank commented, in a statement issued through his attorney, Frances T. Ryan, that, "In the same spirit in which I have always worked for the improvement of the hospital, I have decided I will not further involve it over the presidency of the board. "I will continue to serve as a director and pursue my du'ies in that capacity as I see them, and I hope the hospital will continue to operate successfui-:y in the future." Frank's removal was taken in the best interests of the hospital," according to John R. Day, a board member and 'ts attorney. Board Member Richard E. Small was named to succeed Frank at the brief Wednesday meeting. Frank is the former owner of the Holiday Inn in Palm Beach and recently purchased the George Washington Hotel In downtown West Palm Beach. The hotel has been renamed Marina Inn. Utility Rate Hearing Postponed By REX NEWMAN Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -The Florida Public Service Commission said Friday postponement of a sewer rale Increase hearing scheduled for West Palm Beach Nov. 20 was requested by the Belvedere Water Co. "The company requested more time to Include certain cost figures I hat were not in its original petition," PSC Chairman William Mayo said Friday. Belvedere Water Co. will now refile its petition, including the new information, and :he PSC will reschedule the hearing. The company intends to request increases in rates il charges for sewer connections. It must notify its customers through the mail of the proposed increases. The requested increases are: For minimum charges per month for one-bathroom consuming 7,000 gallons of water or less, from $3.50 a month to $5.50; For one-bathroom homes consuming more than 6,000 gallons of water monthly, lo $6.00 from $4.00 a month. For each additional bathroom, $1.00 a month from $..50 cents a month. The company also is applying for increases for sewer service to customers where water service is nol being supplied: from $5.50 to $7.50 a month. It is asking to increase the deposit to guarantee payment from $5 to $20. Kegislralion Set For University Undergraduate regislralion for the winter quarter at the University of Palm Beach will begin Tuesday. It will continue until classes begin on Dec. 2. Courses of study leading to an associate and bachelor degree are offered, wilh emphasis on business education and administration, accounting, court reporting and fashion merchandising. The university, moving into its 43rd year, was formed from an institution started in 1926, formerly called Bell lies Business College. It is established as a non-profit, co-educational Institution of higher learning awarding Associate, Baccalaureate. Master and Doctoral Degrees. The Newlywed Game 1 95 Mrs. Sharon Robertson, 20, the 800 block on Flamingo Drive was taken to Okeechobee General Hospital suffering from cuts on the forehead which required stitches, was treated and later dismissed. Mrs. Robertson was a passenger In the front seat of a Falcon driven by her husband, Reid Robertson, when a southbound ton-and-a-half van truck driven by Hassell Bowman, 57, of Tampa bore down on the car and rammed it into the telephone pole, according to Trooper W. E. Bennett of the Florida Highway Patrol. The car was termed a total loss. Bowman, who was charged with failure to have his vehicle under control, was Issued a summons to appear in Okeechobee County Court Nov. 25. The truck, owned by the Rex Sandwich Co. of Tampa, skidded 104 feet before colliding with the Robertson car, Trooper Bennett said. The Robertsons were stopped for another accident at the time of the collision, Bennett reported. Airman James Fulton, who was on his way back to McCoy AFB in Orlando, where he is stationed, had reportedly been forced off the highway by another truck and went into a ditch to avoid head-on collision. The Injured woman and her husband were stopped along with another motorist to help Fulton get his car out of the ditch, it was reported. Certificates Presented BELLE GLADE County commissioner E. W. Weaver lias presented certificates lo 28 of 34 employes of the A. Duda and Sons Cooperative Association who completed a 12-hour course in labor management. The class was taught by James McCall, a rural area development specialist from the University of Florida Extension Service. All of those taking six-weeks course are employed in the production and harvesting of crops for the Duda concern, according to Wendell Springfield, personnel director. Class members included Warren Battle, superintendent of the local operation, along with Alton Long, Bill Ferguson, Harris Folds, Luther Duda, Johnnie Hood, Neal Livingston, Bob Raulerson, Leroy Schilling, Jack Whitlock. Harold Whitehurst, Gale Wills, Frank Moody, Buddy Robinson, James Hasty, Jim Vickers, Garland Keesee, Lon-nie Bradford. Jim Snow, liar ry Bessent, Ed Cayson. Vernon Vickers, Gene Jackson, Ferdinand Duda, Gene Dodgen, William J. Norris, Garold McKce, Vernon Var-nell, Mike Kirby, Sanford Jones, Charles Schoenfiid, Bill Hill, Joseph Duda and Bill Save. Sailors Saved MANILA fUPI) All 26 crewmen who abandoned the Llberlan cargo ship Saint Francis when the vessel caught fire in the Sulu Sea have been rescued, the Philippine Navy reported Friday. Salvage ships stood by wailing for the fire to go out. News Of Record CIVU. SI ITS HKC H'i'i Ar'hur K. Suihi'rl.iml Jr. vs. Roherl O Chimin, suit lor il,im.ii;('s in rxcrss of $1.1X1" tor injuries illll'KrfllV suffered In a Ir.iftle .leriilenl Seul i, vm, m S. Dixie IliKhwitv near iis infer-section wilh Knresl Mill I'ioiilevanl. West f'.ilm ltei Ii " IW'4'B - Cl.idvs H haves vs Ml ehjel I. Hrnderlek; suit for d.im;ines in excess of SUM) for in lories alletjedlv suf feretl in a Ir.ilflc accident June .17, lon l.eortjid Avenue at Its intersection with hem Street. West Palm Kca h (.(' 41114 Alma M t ovinyton and All-Stale Insurance Co. vs. (.ood Samaritan Hospital Inc.; suit for damages in excess ol $1 ,() for alleged neahijence hK ( . 4 HI(I V y McNallv and Klsle MeNallv, Thomas Cook Co . et al vs. The Town of Ocean Khk. suit for mand.ilurv Injunction for reonine classification. HN.U.( IVII.Jl IM.MhNTS 6B-C KT4 - Hetfv J. Knicllsk, mUwr. and Hcnrv C. Knjtllsh vs Kdward .1. Searley anil Arlene Seariev. Judgment for plaintiff UK ( HI Alvan I). O'Steen vs Kenneth Jacotjsen Judgment fnrdefendant MAKKIAI.KLKKNSEAI'PI.IC ATKINS Millard P Hill Jr . V. and Ann M Norton, 2.1, both of Fort Lauderdale Willie 1. Kln. I. and Flora M Brown. 17. both of Bcllctilade Audrev Smith. .'1, and Juih Shlilev. lb. troth of West Palm Beach Walter J Shoots. .tH, and Inez, Coleman. IX. Ixrih of West Palm Beach. Bruce A. Korman, W, and Man L. Svdorlak. H, both of West Palm Beach. Michael K. Kamsev. 20, and Alice M WoolridKe, It, both of Wesl P aim Hearh. I)IV0K h SI ITS HI. hi) hdsol H Mavs vs Annie Mays. Thomas L Shaw vs Virijinia M Shaw. CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? phone TOMASELLO 585-2551 PALM BEACH The town council here will consider at its 3 p.m. Tuesday meeting a request from the city of West Palm Beach to construct a sewage ocean outfall duct across the Town of Palm Beach on the Country Club property. The request was put on Tuesday's agenda after the town received a letter from West Palm Beach Mayor David Brady. Town Manager B. Arnold made no comment on the letter other than to note that "if New Building PALM BEACH The number of building permits issued for October showed an increase over September of this year as well as over October of last year, according to Building Inspector Ed Ehing-er. Ehinger said Friday morning that 80 building permits Iteuard No Questions asked for infor mation to recover The Sender Bossmen A-29030 Taken at Bat- Itle of Tht Bands in Palm Springs Ph-585-2641 7 oTo IP III iP Sleeve Style with attached Roomy "Muff" Pockets Raglan Sleeves- Navy and Bright Colors Sizes 6 to 16 YOUNG MARRIEDS "SPILL THE BEANS" ABOUT EACH OTHER JUST FOR FUN-AND PRIZES, TOO! Our predictions of Richard Nixon being elected President and Ed (lurney winning . the V. S. Senate post came , true but our forecast of 25 . Rep l-'icans and eight Democrats winning in Palm Beach County was a Utile off. As it turned out, the GOP scored 21 victories and the Democrats 12 in the county. George Wallace's campaign was the biggest disap-' pointmenl in both the state and county. Our final poll , showed he would receive only 21) per cent of the county vote '. and all the Wallace followers thought we were crazy. But' the final figures showed the ex-Alabama Governor grab-bing only 19 per cent of this vole. Ruth Thonuis, Nixon's county chairman, told us she thought Wallace would be so strong that Nixon might only win this county by 8,000 votes. It turned out thai Dick Nixon finished some 2B.IMM) votes ahead of Hubert Humphrey, who ran second here. Gov. Kirk proved lo be a very accurate forecaster. He . laimed Nixon would carry he slate by l.'iO.ooo votes and . hat's just .iboul his margin til victory. Speaking ol Gov. ; Kirk, now that the new constitution has passed, the chief executive is likely to appoint our own "Skip" lialalis to the newly created position of Lieutenant Governor it the selection is lelt up lo the iov-einor. Many people thought Batalis or GOP minority leader Don Reed would have run a belter race against Cong. Paul Rogers than Bob Rust did. However, we dis-agree. This column feels no Republican could defeat the extremely popular Rogers in ' this nine county district and that includes not "illy Reed and lialalis bul also even GOV. KIRK or Rl( HARD NIXON. Rust battled Rogers almost on even terms in the 8 other counties but Palm Iieach County let him down. ! The 1 4 - year Congi cssma n won this county by a majority of 22.010 votes and the entile district by 2,'!.2IO. So you can. readily see this election was jiisl about decided in Palm Heat h County. We think the biggest sur-' prise in the county was the di'leal of K. K. Van Kessel by ', Hob Culpepper. We understand the county commission ' chairman spent mine than S12.000 while Culpepper's' campaign cost less than S l.ooo . . .George Warren is slaled to become the next chairman of the county com mission . . . Highest vole gel tors in the county were Sher , ill Kill Hi idtinaii, Paul Kog its, Kd ( lurney ami Krnie. McGehee in that order. Heidi man showed surprising' strength . , . Nearh lO.OoO mill e people v oted in the presidential race in this coun ty than in the other t oiitests . . . Horace Reaslry is so popu lar with his employees in the voter regislralion nlliee tll.it cverytimc his total was post ed on the eleclion board they ( lit i I'd, clapped and whoop ed il up. Matt.v Tracy, the popular "Mr. Worth Avenue" ot Palm Reach, is a patient .it Good Samaritan Hospital . . very large i rnu d attended die til nelal here lasl Mnnil.iv ol "Hud" Oil kinson's tun liei . .. . .lack Homer did a leinlic job masterminding the sue eessltil (ampaigii ol Stale Senator Miner Kriilu.v. He was hoping l''i idav could hold down thi' lead ol Joe Humphrey in this county to (,VH) as he knew the veteran legislator would score heavily in his home town of Kurt Myers, linwevei . due lo Hot tier's political "brains." l-'riday eked out a victoi y In i his county and I hereby was an easy w inner over Humphrey in the district. Don't be surprised il h'riday is now named head of the powerful rules coiniuitti-e in the Sen. lie. After all, he is the fourth ranking senaloi in the state. And speaking of Jack Horner, the Democrats need lo reorganize badly in this county and they could do no better than getting the con serva live-minded Homer to call the shots for all of them. Jack did a wonderful job in Iti0 when he was the county chairman lor the successful campaign ol Gov. Karris Bryant. He has twice directed Friday to victories against insurmountable odds in his last two races. And eve-ry time he ran for the county school board, Horner trounced his opposilion. He was never beaten for a school board seat as he resigned. AA AUTO DSIVIXC SCHOOL . The Lawrence lAfelkShow I'm WmVi 1 1 . - . Il l Y f : ' lA 1 YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE UNDER 30 TO SWING. AND MR. ONE-AND-AH-TWO-AND-AH-THREE PROVES IT. Cool Nights Ahead! 1 le n 's Sa n f o rized Flannel P-J's ? V , yj t J The HdlyvvDod Palace MIKE DOUGLAS IS TONIGHT'S "he Don ,Rickl9s bnew THE SEASON'S NEW COMEDY I i i h 1 s hne santonzea Lot-ton Flannel, Coot Front Models with Piped Collar, Handy Pocket, also Middy I , .... ' ii btyle lops! u Elastic Waistband Trousers. Assorted Prints- HOST SENSATION! S -Sizes ABCD fmW& BOYS' FLANNEL PAJAMAS 1.97 Sizes 6 to 16 TONBGHT W South Dixit, I33442t si-n pm ft M TOWIGHTp -P-I ; -..- . .