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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 30

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Thursday, November 14, 1968
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Olive Avenue, has been arranged by the Palm Beach Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. National winners of the AIA honors program will include a variety of projects from homes to civic centers. The U.S. pavilion at Montreal's Expo 67, designed by R. Buck-minster Fuller will be a featured display. "There will be exhibit of landscaping for the first time at these shows," Robert F. Petersen, Palm Beach architect in charge of the exhibit said. "Landscape architect Robert L. Neal will have two panels showing the new city parks in West Palm Beach." Local architectural designs will be exhibited by Stetson-Spina; Peacock & Lewis; Arsenicos-Upthegrove; Powell & Edge; Roll & Johnson; Marlon, Baber, Paluga, Kalsrlik & Snell; Emily & Harold Obst; Schwab & twitty; and Gerhard A. Selzer. Special tours to college and school classes will be given personally by chapter members, AIA President Howarth Lewis said. 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Both men reported to Bethesda Memorial Hospital for tetanus shots and treatment of the dog bites. In May, 1967, Mrs. Brushingham was fined $25, with $17.50 of the fine suspended. On Wednesday, she was fined $75, with $25 of the fine suspended "providing she does not appear In court on the same charge for the next two years." Mrs. Brushingham testified that the county health department had lifted its extended surveillance of Contessa after ascertaining that the dog was not rabid. The otherwise routine case was given a touch of drama when Arthur Harnisch, of 6660 N. Ocean Blvd., who In May, 1967, had been the complainant against Mrs. Brushingham, on Wednesday testified in her behalf. He said that since Mrs. Brushingham had first appeared in court in May, 1967, both Mrs. Harnisch and he, "weather permitting," had walked along the beach past the Brushingham home twice daily and had not "once seen the dog running loose In all that time." 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The helghth study issue came about after a developer approached the city planning department about the chance of having the height restriction lifted to allow for construction of two 27-floor buildings over 150 feet high on the ocean north of Palmetto Park Road. Councilmen favored using setbacks and open space as possible criteria for more building height after the beach access swap idea was defeated by a 3-2 vote with Councilmen Edwin Guthrie and Robert Honchell voting "for." liiilfalo I'iscapcs HONG KONG (UPI) A buffalo escaped from a slaughterhouse Wednesday, barged onto an airport runway and damaged one plane before it was shot by police. Deluxe MUFFLERS Guaranteed BRAKE RELINE LIFETIME GUARANTEE Made to new car specifications k Safety welded, zinc coated inside & out $ Fined Wednesday in West Palm Beach Municipal Court on driver's license charges wore Eddie Garner, 29; Charles Givens, 21, and Merck Benjamin Taylor Jr., 2,'i, all of Winter Park. 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