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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 12, 196811 Deaths And Funerals ' S I Oota 'rem U.S. WIATM HlttAV said at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mark's Catholic Church, Boynton Beach. Statesmen Con fer BELGRADE (UPI) Paul Hasluck, Australia's Minister for External Affairs, conferred with President Tito Monday at Belje, a state farm and hunting ground 125 miles northwest of Belgrade. The Tanjug news agency described the meeting as "friendly." Legion Marks Anniversary WASHINGTON (AP) - The American Legion marked its 50th anniversary Monday with a luncheon and reception for representatives of the 17 nations that have been wartime allies of the United States. The ceremony, at Legion headquarters, followed the annual observance of Veterans Day with ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery. Nicaraguan Ambassador Guillermo Sevilla Sacasa, dean of the diplomatic corps, paid tribute to the Legion at the reception, at which the representatives of the 17 countries received 50th anniversary medallions. "We have a deep and abiding respect for the American Legion," Sevilla-Sacasa said in accepting the medallions for his colleagues. "Its name is an inspiration indicative of its loftiness in purpose and ac- tion." USA vv "Qa VI, 000 to550,00o( I Loans Available I Immediately J Anywhere in I J Florida I 70 1 4 c-V Figures Show High Temperature Expected Ca ft mm In a V. .uiJmu 7 ' 7 wmHi flUetl Net lidlcetee1- Cemult Utel erett SGT. DAVID L. POORE RADIO CITY, N. Dak. Sgt. David L. Poore, 26. who was stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Base here, died In an auto accident near the base Sunday. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Poore of Boynton Beach; five brothers, Bill and Grady of Tuscaloosa, Ala; Kills, Thomas and Robert C, all of Boynton Beach; and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ottile Doss of Tuscaloosa, Ala. A military funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Scobee-Ireland Potter Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Thursday from 9 a.m. until service time. MRS. MARY FRANCES Tl't'KKK PALM BEACH - Mrs. Mary Frances Tucker, 33, of 301 S. County Rd died Sunday. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Fortner of Live Oak; two brothers, Gerald of Largo and Lemuel of Tampa; and one sister, Mrs. Kathleen Barfield of Jacksonville. Funeral services will be Wednesday at Harris Funeral Home, Live Oak. Kemper-Vogel Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements. MRS. EMMA METIVIER L ANT ANA Mrs. Emma Metivier, 79, of 732 S. 12th St., died Monday. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Rob F, Atkinson of Lantana, Mrs. Lionel Dayon of Plainficld, Cann., and Mrs. Anita Gignere of (iriiirplMM) cific Coast region and change to snow flurries in the higher elevations of the Western and Northern Rockies. FLURRIES IN NORTH Snow flurries are forecast today in the Middle and North Atlantic States to just east of the Ohio Valley. Rain and rain showers will cover the Pa- C Weather Table West Warwick, R.I.; two sons, Joseph A. Metivier of Sterling, Conn., and George Harris of West Palm Beach; and four sisters in Plainficld, Conn. Funeral services will be held at Dougherty Brothers Funeral Home, Moosup.Conn. E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements. ALFRED R. OLDHAM LAKE WORTH - Alfred R. Oldham, 73, of V10 S. J St.. died Monday. Survivors include his wife, Marion; one daughter, Mrs. Philip Lobslnger of Lake Worth; one son, Fred of San-ford; one brother, Robert of Tulsa, Okla.; eight sisters, including Mrs. Edna Burton of Miami Springs; 13 grandchildren and one great grandson. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home Chapel. Graveside services will be conducted by Gulfstream l.oilge No. 215 F& AM. Friends may call at the funeral !'0ine from 7 to 9 p.m. today. MRS. INEZ PVLE MADDLX WASHINGTON, D.C. Mrs. Inez Pyle Maddux, 73, formerly of Lake Worth, died Saturday. Survivors include a stepson, Cabell Maddux Jr. of McLean, Va. Services will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at Gawler's Chapel, Washington, with interment at Arlington National Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Parkinsons Rehabilitation & Research Institute, Miami. NICHOLAS FORNABY BOYNTON BEACH - Nicholas Fornaby, 76, of 150 SW 25th Ave., died Monday. Survivors include his wife, Helen; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Shuhi of Boynton Beach; three sisters, Mrs. Luria Sca-vetta of Boynton Beach, Mrs. Louise Fusco and Mrs. Treasa Fusco, both of Yonkers, N.Y.; one brother, Peter of Yonkers, N. Y., and four grandchildren. Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Scobee-Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. A Requiem muss will be I FLORIDA TABLE Apalachlcola 69 47 Clewlston 82 55 Davtona Beach 73 49 Fort Lauderdale 83 64 Fort Mvcrs HI 60 Gainesville 66 39 Homestead 83 57 Jacksonville 67 41 Km- West 81 69 Lakeland 72 63 Miami 83 65 Naples 80 59 Ocala 64 39 Orlando 75 51 Pensacola 47 44 Sarasota 73 56 St. Petersburg 72 60 Tallahassee 53 35 Tampa 7(1 52 Vet o Beach 84 36 West Palm Beach 84 60 .20 .30 1.06 .53 .52 .11 .27 .07 .75 .37 .42 .35 .20 .83 .51 15 Right! V I Nancy t I Cotton. J By The Associated Press Albany 48 Albuquerque 59 Atlanta 42 Bismarck ;I4 Boise .50 Boston 45 Buffalo 42 Chicago 42 Cincinnati 43 Cleveland 43 Denver 60 Des Moines 29 Detroit 45 Fairbanks 6 Fort Worth 54 Helena 55 Indianapolis 40 Juneau 41 Kansas City 37 Los Angeles 78 Louisville 42 Memphis 40 VUaml 83 Milwaukee 42 vlpls-St. P 36 New Orleans 47 Okla. City 43 Omaha 31 I'hiladalphle 50 I'hoenlx 84 Pittsburgh 41 Ptland, Maine 42 Ptland, Ore 58 Rapid City 42 Richmond 51 St. Louis 37 Salt Lake City 63 San Diego 82 San Fran 66 Seattle 57 Tampa 72 Washington 50 Winnipeg 54 30 25 31 .70 20 40 .03 38 .10 34 34 31 37 .03 22 16 25 7 .06 34 27 29 35 .06 28 .07 59 29 .03 37 .14 68 .02 34 28 43 .63 28 16 .05 35 45 27 ,34 .20 48 .99 14 28 33 .12 33 51 55 .01 47 1.70 60 .35 34 45 .2" EATIIEK GARY THANKS FOR YOUR VOTE! 11:25 PM TONIGHT 1 JUDGE F.A. "BANZAI" CURRIE Pd. Pol. Ad. TONIGHT This Man Is 63 Years Old ww,v-t --SX-TK-VVt J RONALD A. ( IIISIIOLM LOST TREE VILLAGE Ronald A. Chisholm, 66, of this village and Toronto, Canada, died Sunday. Survivors include his wife, Earla L.; three sons, Ronald W., T. A. Peter and Timothy A., all of Toronto; two brothers, Harry and Thomas, both of Toronto, and five grandchildren. Services and interment will be held in Toronto at the Miles Funeral Home. Hamm & Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach, is in charge of local arrangements. JOHNM.SHKKWOOD LANTANA John M. Sherwood, 71, of 1214 W. Mango St., died Monday. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Fred Clemens of Lanla-na, and two brothers, Leroy of Baltimore, Md., and William of New York City. A funeral mass will be said at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Lantana, with burial in Baltimore, Md. A Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today at Mack Stephenson Funeral Home, Lantana. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. THOMAS M. BROWN BOCA RATON Thomas M. Brown, 7(1. of 232 SW 7th Terrace, died Monday. Survivors include his wife, Florence; a daughter, Mrs. William Byerly of La Jolla, Calif. ; one sister, Mrs. Nancy Drummond of Scotland; and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. GEORGE F. LYONS BOCA RATON George F. Lyons, 59, of 445 NE Spanish Trail, died Sunday. Survivors include his wife, Virginia. Funeral services and burial will be heldinOpelika.Ala. Local arrangements are In , charge of Kraeer Funeral Home. Funeral Notices JOHN H. HTTMAN PALM BEACH - Services for John H. Wilman. 6 of 3060 S. Ocean Blvd.. who died Sundav, will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday al MIzell Faville Zern Hibiscus Chapel. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity. ELI VITALA LANTANA - Services for Ell Vltala. 73 of 1330 Flamingo Dr., who died Sunday, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel. THOMASC. MITMAN LAKE WORTH - Services for Thomas C. Mltman, 93, of 9211 Falrvlew Ave., who died Saturday, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Tlliman Military Trail Funeral Home, TV Pickets Ignored NEW YORK (AP) Picket lines outside television radio network offices were virtually ignored Monday by members of other unions despite a plea from the musicians for support of their l't-day strike The American Federation of Musicians had asked other unions i ('presenting broadcast employes for support of the strike of 800 musicians in behalf of 190 staff musicians employed by NBC. CBS and Al'.C here and in I. os Angeles. The niusicians's union d d not seek to hamper iietuuik operations during election week, but asked that olher unions support them alter the election. The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, national board voted Saturday to urge its members nol to perform any work normally dune by the musicians, or per-torm with the help of "( aimed" music. However, most AFTRA members, along wilh members of the National Association of Broadcast Employes and Technicians and other organized network personnel, were crossing the musicians' picket lines Monday. Moscow Hails Okinawa Vole TOKYO (AP) Moscow radio hailed Monday night the election of Okinawa's opposition candidate, Chobyo Yara, to be chief executive as "the victory of democratic forces" on the U.S.-administrted is-'ands. The Soviet radio, in a Japanese language broadcast monitored in Tokyo, said, "The results of the Okinawan election will serve as a big incentive to the renunciation of the Japan-Li. S. security treaty." X r f liLfH kilt L4 Up to 100 Valuation 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 S35M Monthi s40" Month $3,000 PEOPLES MORTGAGE COMPANY ( 2207 North Dixie West Palm Beach 832-7565 DEAN v BILL COSBY ...20" Month ...s250,Monthl ...530" Month 'I ZJ Suez Line Inspected By Nasser CAIRO (AP) Egyptian sources disclosed President Gamal Abdel Nasser made a sudden inspection tour of the Suez Canal cease-fire line Monday. It was his ;ii!rd visit to the tense Suez aica since the Egyptian armed forces began rebuilding their defenses along the west bank of the canal after the Arab-Israeli warof June 5-10, 17. Nasser spent seven hours attending the last stage of a military drill operation of air and ground forces. The Mideast News Agency said the operation reflected "the high level of training" achieved by Egyptian forces. Nasser's visit came amid diminishing hopes that the Arab-Israeli conflict could be settled through political means. Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Riad returned to Cairo from New York two days ago and announced Israel was blocking efforts to achieve a solution to the crisis. Riad also announced that the peace mission of U.N. mediator Gunnar Jarring had been rendered futile by Israel's Insistence on face-to face negotiations with the Arabs. Health Council Meets Tonight The Areawide Health Planning Council of Palm Beach County will take steps toward finalizing its consumer advisory committee at a meeting tonight at the county health department auditorium, 826 EverniaSt. Robert Wilson, executive secretary of the council, will present a progress report and lead a discussion on transportation of the medically needy. Wilson said last week thai he and his secretary will be moving into new office quarters on Port Boulevard probably in December. The council's office is presently located in the County Commission Building,. '101 N.Olive. Groundbreaking Slow id For Center Invitations have been mailed and the date for groundbreaking ceremonies on the new Comprehensive Community Mental Health ( enter of Palm Beach County will be December 7, according to a spokesman forCCMHC. The event had been scheduled for Nov. 23 and Oct. 19. However, confirmation on federal funding has been slowing down the proposed go ahead plans. DoRjpfino rthutnimnitim aiMtrlmrnt the number one address in the Palm Beaches 2000 north flagler dr. west palm beach, fla. 33407 phone 055-3391 IF THESE THREE GRAB YOU IN A DARK ALLEY, DON'T FIGHT. THEY'RE COPS. UNCONVENTIONAL NEW SHOW! lakes AHiief lie's Just Learned That ' Guarantees Him Non-Cancellable Auto Insurance RIVER PLAN PLUS MUNDY HAS IT MADE. HE BREEZES THROUGH LIFE WITH BEAUTIFUL GIRLS AND A LICENSE TO STEAL. NYPD. For The Next 17 Years! Small wonder our friend looks so pleased! 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