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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 26

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,'B Palm Beach Post, Friday, N ov. 15, 196S Bond Frees Suspect In Fatal Shooting County's High Schools Accreditation Expected Peggy Joyce Martin, 33. the same Fort Pierce address as Garvey; and Kenneth John Tuttle. 23, who is from Sarasota, but is living at a Jensen Beach Motel while working in Martin County. Waldron said the scene of the shooting was near a bar on SR-707 which had been the scene of an argument over a pool game. Waldron said the bartender had told Sheppard to leave the bar, and a short time later the victim and his two companions left the bar. The victim was shot in the left hand and stomach and died before arriving at Martin Memorial Hospital, Waldron said. Sheppard's bond was set by-County Judge Mallory Johnson during arraignment Thursday morning. will be issued by the association until it meets in December, the Florida committee reportedly has recommended approval of all of the county's schools grades lu through 12. Committee recommendations usually are adopted by the full commission. The accreditation rating may be issued in any of four classifications: Kullv approved, advised of minor deficiencies, warned of major deficiencies, or probation, the last indicating improvements must be made within one year or the school will be removed from the list. One school, Kast Lake, was put on probation in last year's tatings. The 10th grade at the school has been phased out this year, however, and the school was not inspected. your underwear's tight! I New to the list this year is North Shore High School which has a senior class for the first time. Reports received after association team surveyed North Shore indicated it would win accreditation. Five schools were in the "warned" category last year: Belle Glade, Forest Hili.Lake Shore, Pahokee, and Riviera Beach highs. School officials said they believe that when the detailed report is received all will have moved upward in the rating. Chances appear best for Riviera Beach High which was crticiz.ed primarily because of inadequate facilities, having five classes taught by teachers not certified in their subject, and seven teachers with overloaded classes. Less hope is held for Forest Hill High where the library-was found to be too small, the business administration facilities too weak, five classes taught by teachers out of their subject field, and three teachers with overloads. The remaining eight schools were rated accredited, but "advised," in the 1W7 report. COMBINATION STUART A Martin County man charged with second degree murder in connection with the Thursday morning killing of a 21-year-old Fort Pierce resident was released from jail under $7,500 bond, the Martin County sheriff's office reported Thursday. Deputy Sheriff Melvin Wal-dron, who investigated the shooting near the Jensen Beach Arch on SR-707, arrested Gordon Silas Sheppard, 42, of Orange Avenue, Rio, at the scene of the shooting. Killed by a blast from a 16 gauge shotgun was Thomas John Carvey, 24, of 601 South Ocean Drive, Fort Pierce, Waldron said. The deputy said Garvey was from Melbourne but was living at the Fort Pierce address and was working in Martin County. Waldron said he was in the Jensen Beach area investigating a routine complaint shortly after 1 a.m. Thursday when he heard a shot and someone screaming. Waldron said he found the victim lying in the road about 800 feet north of the Jensen Beach Arch on SR-707 when he arrived at the scene. According to the deputy, Sheppard was at the scene with a shotgun along with two companions of the victim, (rand II KIM A lU hh Hi. 1 1: i" KM K II" bk. ir I I I r 8 19 MO NiK n.ti. it !3 fi: I RIVIERA CITY DOCKS PH VI 8-7919 NITE VI 4-6970 hHMHRHIIMIll ! ) ! T I nothing goes right if w4 ' J'.S -J .... COMPAC S0 All Ball Bearing pc. Hollow-Class of monofilament Ufflffiffll SHELL SERVICE CENTER Lake Worth Road at Congress Ave. IAKF WORTH A Little Gopi 0 Lonq Way! 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