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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 37

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Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 196833 Deaths And Funerals Oafs from U.S. WlATHt HJUAU . ISSA Kirk Pledges Effort to Get Movies, TV ri"GS3 Flgurw Shew High Tmpraturw Ixpti4 For Doytlm Wtdntdoy AVRITTL. BROWN DELRAY BEACH Avritt L. Brown, 61. of 124 Highland Lane, died Monday. Survivors include one son. Private funeral services were held Tuesday at Lorne-Babione Funeral Home, Del-ray Beach. MRS. MILDRED G. HARRINGTON LAKE WORTH Mrs. Mildred G. Harrington, 68, of 4021 Bell Rd., died Monday. Survivors include one son, Clifford Henderson of Miami; one sister, Mrs. Marjorie Ryder of Lake Worth, and four grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m today at the funeral home. MRS. ROSEG. OUEIXETTE LAKE WORTH Mrs. Rose G. Ouellette, of 501 S. J St., died Tuesday. Survivors include her niece, Mrs. Lenore O'Donnell of Detroit, Mich. E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home will announce ltluf d Pr llotlii Mt . t",rpkouj throughout the Rockies from the Gulf Coast Middle Mississippi, Tennessee Valleys into the Lakes region. FLURRIES IN NORTHEAST -Snow flurries are due in the Northeast today. The Rocky Mountain region and Western Plains will have snow flurries and rain. It will Weather Table manent home for the motion picture and television industry. He noted that the Council of 100 and the Florida Development Commission have been involved in efforts to convince the industry to move operations to Florida for some time. "You can be assured that we will continue to provide every assistance to companies in Florida, who are seeking to increase production activity in Florida," the governor said. "Our Florida State Board of Parks, our Board of Forestry, our Florida Highway Patrol and other state agencies have been asked by me to provide every reasonable assistance to film producers," said Kirk, "I ask you now to advise me when reasonable requests are not met by any agency of state government." He also called for union cooperation in the venture because "if we are to realize the full potential of the industry we must have the vision of union leaders who understand that long-range gains may require short-range sacrifices." Earlier, participants at the conference were told there is adequate financing for motion picture production in F'lorida, if given safeguards are met. Jack Taxier, vice president of the Chemical Bank New York Trust Company, said that in order to have a "bankable loan," producers must obtain guarantees from major film distributors. He said before a motion picture loan Is bankable, it must be palatable, profitable and manageable. Thomas A. Butler of the Federal Small Business Administration, also talked on forms of financing available to the motion picture-television industry and said the SBA is similar in operation to the Federal Housing Administration. In addition to the matters of financing, participants were told Florida must also improve Its technical facilities if it hopes to compete with California and New York, and that the state also must begin working to keep its own project at home. MIAMI (UPI) Gov. Claude Kirk Tuesday pledged the lull cooperation of the Stale of Florida in an attempt to lure the motion picture and television industry to the Sunshine State. "Florida can compete and Florida will compete to become a home base for the motion picture industry," he said in remarks prepared for an addi;ess to the Florida Council of WO motion picture seminar. "The key word is permanency," the governor said. "We want Florida to become a per- Legislative Chairmen Appointed TALLAHASSEE (UPI) New House Speaker Fred Schultz, D-Jacksonville, appointed outgoing Speaker Ralph Turlington of Gainesville as chairman of the powerful Appropriations Committee Tuesday and reappointed veteran Rep. E. C. Rowell to chair the Rules Committee. Another veteran legislator, Rep. James Sweeny of De-land, was appointed to head the Finance and Taxation Committee, and Rep. Quillian Yancey of Lakeland was named chairman of the Committee on Crime and Law Enforcement. All 28 committee chairmen appointed by Schultz are Democrats, except Rep. John Savage, R-North Redington Beach, was reappointed to head the Standards and Conduct Committee. However, Schultz named several Republicans as vice chairmen, including Minority Leader Don Reed of Boca Raton on the Appropriations Committee, William Gibson of Orlando on the Transportation Committee and Jim Tillman of Sarasota on the Crime and Law Enforcement Committee. K Kh.NT & Xhl.l. ,Mi & I SKII Baby Cribs STROLLERS CARRIAGES PLAY YARDS HI-CHAIRS Schroder's I L 127 LAKEVIEW AVE. On Phillip I'uinl Phone H:l2-.lhO. lo4ictd - Contulr Ual Fartotf Milwaukee 37 19 New Orleans 41 35 1.18 Oklahoma City 56 25 Omaha 32 10 Philadelphia 3" 33 1.28 Phoenix 77 48 Pittsburgh 31 29 .25 Portland. Me 34 25 Portland. Ore 49 43 . 34 Raleigh 48 34 1.36 Richmond 42 34 1.87 St. l.ouls 41 27 Salt Lake Citv 58 42 . 06 San Fran 58 52 . 36 Seattle 49 44 .21 Spokane 38 35 1.29 CANADIAN Edmonton 40 31 Toronto 35 29 .01 Winnipeg 32 22 FLORIDA TABI.K Apalachlcola 53 42 t'lewlslon 65 50 Davtona Beach 54 44 Kt." Lauderdale 68 55 Fort Myers 67 55 Gainesville 55 42 Homestead 69 57 .19 Jacksonville 52 45 Kev West 74 68 Lakeland 56 44 Miami 71 57 Naples 69 56 Ocala 55 30 Orlando 58 43 Pensacola 48 39 Pompano Beach 65 54 Sarasota 63 55 SI. Petersburg 60 Tallahassee 51 Tampa 57 Vero Beach 64 West Palm Beach 68 .... 54 be colder and warmer through the Ohio and Southern Computer Library TOKYO (AP)-The library of the Japanese parliament the Diet has installed a computer to provide quick references to books and other sources. The library, reputed to be second only to the U.S. Library of Congress, has 1.4 million books and adds 100,000 a year. A1A KH i lhlTT 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. 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The girl scouts will describe sights to the blind, serve as guides to crippled children and help push wheel chairs for shut-ins. Funeral Notices MRS. MARY HKilKIN BOYNTI N BKACH Kuneral services for Mrs. Mary HiKdon, 45. of 1(16 NE 1 1th Ave., who died Saturday, will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at the New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Roynton Beach. Krlends may call from 6 to 10 p.m. today at Coleman Uelray Beach Chapel. IrXSI E COI'ELAN D Funeral services for Jessie Copeland, 93, of 1.127 Seventh St., West Palm Beach, who died Nov. 7, will be at 4 p.m. today at Stevens Brothers Funeral Home Chapel, West Halm Beach. MKseAIILINE DUCKH'OKTH BOYNTON BEACH Graveside services for Mrs. fcarline Duckworth. ti7, formerly of Boynlon Beach, who died Nov. 4 in Riviera Beach, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Glcnwood Memorial Cemetery. Riviera Beach. Friends may call at the Coleman Funeral Home Chapel, West Palm Beach, from 4 to 10 p.m. today. Musical Ingenuity NAPLES, Italy (AP) - A violin virtuoso who breaks a string in midsolo stops only long enough to swap fiddles with the concert master, but pianist Arthur Rubenstein had a bigger problem at hand and mastered it. When a piano string popped at a concert here the 79-year-old master rose with massive aplomb, apologized for the interruption, fixed the wire as best lie could and resumed playing amid applause. SAMUEL L. KEMP RIVIERA BEACH Samuel L. Kemp, 60, of 1121 W. 4th St., died Monday. Survivors include his wife, Agnes, and one aunt, Mrs. Jane Chislom of Charleston, S.C. Coleman Funeral Home will announce service arrangements. JOHNN.LEHTO LAKE WORTH John N. Lehto, 79, of 725 S. D St., died Tuesday. Survivors include his wife, Elvira, and oneneice. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the chapel. EDDIE A. ELBERT Eddie A. Elbert, 49, of 815 Fifth St., West Palm Beach, died Tuesday. Survivors include a son, Eddie Jr. of Riviera Beach; three daughters, Mrs. Louise Adams of Riviera Beach, Mrs. Vivian Gaskins of West Palm Beach and Susie Mae of Fort Pierce, and a grandson. Friends may call Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. at Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral service and burial will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mount Trail Primitive Baptist Church at Sopchoppy, with the Strong and Jones Funeral Home of Tallahassee in charge there. HERMAN LESTER FITZGERALD Herman Lester Fitzgerald, 75, of 639-47th St., West Palm Beach, died Tuesday. Survivors include his wife, Mildred A.; one daughter, Miss Norma Fitzgerald of West Palm Beach, and one sister, Mrs. Alton N. Jacobs of Norway, Maine. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the North-wood Funeral Home. MRS. SVLVA S. TANNER Mrs. Sylva S. Tanner, 70, of Marcy, N.Y., died Nov. 8 In Marcy. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Ruby Trimble of Orlando and Mrs. Rosalie Loy and Mrs. C. A. Hallonquist, both of West Palm Beach, and two brothers, Thomas R. Roberts of Utlca, N.Y., and D. Dana Roberts of Long Island City.N.Y. Graveside services were scheduled at 4 p.m. today in Woodlawn Cemetery, West Palm Beach. Mlzell-Favllle-Zern Hibiscus Chapel was In charge of arrangements locally. Thanks to a new miracle ingredient in our little car called the automatic stick shift vou can finally say 51K FIX BROKEN DENTURES AT HOME IN MINUTES Amazing new Quik-Fix repairs broken plates, fills in rnicks and rcplnre a U'i't li like new. Fust! Kusy to use! Nospefinl tools needed. No costly dental bills. Workaovery time or your money bark. Accept no substitute), always ask for BnillllO QUIK- Dtntura Rapalr XII DnirafflO fix ai aii owt stM ARM.AS HENRIKSON LAKE WORTH Armas Henrikson, 72, of 622 S. D St., died Tuesday. Survivors include his wife, Aina; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Fischer of Middletown, N.Y.; fwo brothers, Alvar of Bronx, N.Y., and one brother In Finland; one sister In Germany, and four grandchildren. Services will be announced by Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. WILLIAM C. PETERS POTTSTOWN, Pa. William C. Peters, 67, of Route 3, Pottstown and Riviera Beach, died Saturday. Survivors include his wife, Hazel; two sons, William of Norristown, Pa., and Robert of Riviera Beach; one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Shappell of Royersford, Pa.; two sisters, Mrs. Jack Whitman of Norristown, Pa., and Mrs. Frank Wartz of Lansdale, Pa., and five grandchildren. Services and burial will be In Spring City, Pa., with Shal-kop Funeral Home in charge. Howard Funeral Home of Riviera Beach Is in charge of local arrangements. ROBERT W. TRENAMAN LAKE WORTH - Robert W. Trenaman, 76, of 1419 High Ridge Road, Lake Worth, died Monday. 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