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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 20

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NTT 20 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday. Nov. 16, 1968 Inspector Orders Con Dev Halt Work On Singer Island Project Action Delayed On Pahokee Water, Sewer Line Bill land resident and a member of the Zoning Board of Adjustments, said: "The judge's ruling confirms our faith in the judiciary system. We felt our position would be upheld In court and it was." "Certainly, this is a commentary' on current times, in that through an orderly process, we can still obtain what we desire." says goes. Councilman Kenneth Acker-man said the ruling might cause Con Dev to drop its proposal to lease for 50 years the city's beach front property on Ocean Avenue. "One thing is for sure, though," Ackerman said. "This sure does change the complexion of things around here." Michael O'Neill, a Singer Is Voting against the suggestion was Councilman Carmen Salvatore, who claims the cheaper pipe will not prove practical in the muck-type soil. Charles La Fayette, one of the East Lake developers, told the council streets and roads into the area have not been built as the city has not accepted the plat plan for the subdivision. The acceptance is pending approval of Kenneth Mock, West Palm Beach engineer, who serves the city in that capacity. J a L zoning, Meitin said, "We claim that we gave all necessary notices required by law and that the minutes and affidavits we presented to the judge are sufficient evidence of compliance." Meitin raised the possibility that the city might go through the rezoning process a second time, but City Councilman Alan C. Bennett felt that if such action were taken, the rezoning would be turned down. "If I'm not mistaken, it will take a 4-1 vote of the council to pass the second rezoning, and I personally don't think it will have a chance," he said. Bennett added that he felt "justice has been upheld." "No comment" answers were given on the subject by Council Chairman Louise Kimmist and Councilman Al Bowe. Bowe, however, added, "He is (Smith) the judge, his word is law and whatever he PAHOKEE - Action on a proposed ordinance by city councilman thai would have made it manu'jtory for subdivision developers to pay the entire cost of water and sewer line installations has been tabled until December, on the request of an attorney for the South Florida Migrant I.etjal Services Program, Inc. City Clerk I. Marshall Lair said the ordinance would possibly have affected two projects now planned for the iru nicipality. Making the request for the delay was Alan M. Kuker, an attorney assigned to the mi HtlKI) BONKl.KSS (iKOL PKR with Creole ftuure I'hnnr: K.I2 I fU Olive i- ill I giant services office in Belle (.lade. One project is planned for the Lewis Friend property located on State Farmers Market Road. The second, which is known as East Lake Village has begun on MeClure Road. One concession was made the East Lake Village developers when the council authorized the use of asbestos cemented lined pipe for the water system. A previous request for variance tram cast iron pipe had been denied. It was explained the asbestos-lined pipe is much cheaper. SEAFOOD RESTAURANT FEATURES SAT. $1.95 hiul.T llrulire Krrr I'arking ENJOY AN ITALIAN DINNER AT . . . MAMA GILDA RESTAURANT IN A TYPICAL ITALIAN RELAXING ATMOSPHERE ALSO SERVING STEAKS PRIME ROAST BEEF SEAFOODS AND YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAIL RES. CALL 833-3088 15th ST. & N. DIXIE W.P.B. SUM-SANDS RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE A1A OCEAN ROAD JUPITER, FLA. PH. 746-3336 Chiefs To Meet RAWALPINDI (AP) -Pakistan's Foreign Minister Arshad Hussain told a news conference a meeting of the chiefs of state of Iran, Turkey and Pakistan will take place here before the end of SPEAKER Or. Frank Goodwin, professor emeritus of marketing of the University of Florida, will speak at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the meeting of the Rotary Club of West Palm Beach at the Marina Inn (formerly the (ieorge Washington Hotel). 2 Die In Blast PONTA DELGADA, Azores (LTD An explosion in a firecracker plant Thursday killed two workers and injured live, authorities reported Fri-dav. Ham - (Dinner only! - (Dinner only) - (Dinner only) to 8 00 P.M. - Daily and Sunday Drop in for a steak dinner. Under two bucks at C- TtMH LYON-INICKEL CAFKTERIA 207 Royal Poinciono - Serving Palm Beach since 19S0 luncheon Specialt daily ticept Sunday I DINNER SPECIALS LUNCHEON LIVER ONIONS SPECIAL OAT. OR rmiv PRIME RIB OF BEEF DA,LY 1 (EXCEPT BUFFET SUNDAY Sunday) FROM 5:30-8:00 PM 1 CONGRESS SPRINGS Raked Hickory Smoked Knockwurst and Kraut Southern Fried Chicken 1 1:30 A.M. lo 2: IS P.M. - 4:30 P.M. ADULTS $2.25 CHILDREN $1.00 BOW OPE ! TODAY'S SPECIAL lunch-dinner VEAL CUTLET ft? C f a) PAFMAGIAN & STEAMED WHITE RICE Visit Our Unusual COCKTAIL LOUNGE Open 11A.M. to 8P.M. in addition to our WEDNESDAYS Corned Beef and Cabbage (Complimentary Beer) CAFETERIA SERVING HOURS 11 A.M. 1:30 P.M. and 4-7:30 P.M. 922 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth FRIDAYS Bouilliabaise Marseillaise SATURDAYS "Hawaiian Pineapple Bouquet" Stuffed with Jumbo Shrimp and Lobster Tail on bed of Braised Rice telephone 833-5761 for reservations in the KEYBOARD ROOM of the 44 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach AMERICAN ITALIAN RIVIERA BEACH City Building Inspector C. Robert Crosby Friday ordered all construction work at Continental Con Dev's Sugar Sands development on Singer Island to stop, following the invalidation Thursday of the site's zoning designation. Crosby's move followed a decision Thursday by Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge Culver Smith that the "residential community unit plan (RCUP)" zoning designation was invalid insofar as the Con Dev development was concerned. The plan by Con Dev to develop the Singer Island site into an apartment and condominium complex was met by protests from residents there, who filed a suit several months ago to prevent such developments. The residents protested the construction of multifamily dwellings in the midst of predominantly single-family homes. Although the land was originally zoned exclusive single-family residential (Rl-AA), the Riviera Beach City Council rezoned the property in mid-1967 to the community unit plan, in the face of many residents' protests. Crosby emphasized Friday that as far as he is concerned, "that property has now reverted to Rl-AA, which prohibits the construction of apartments." Crosby said a formal "stop-work" order would be prepared and delivered to the Con Dev offices late Friday. As for what further steps he might take, Crosby said, "All I'm responsible for is to see to it that no further construction is carried out at the site." A petition for a rehearing will be filed Monday, according to City Atty. Amadeo Meit-in, who represented the city and the city council In the suit. Meltin commented that "the court either misconstrued or overlooked the facts that we presented." In answer to Judge Smith's ruling that the city did not give adequate time notice of a public hearing on the 1967 re- New Plant Pathologist Announced BELLE GLADE - An assistant plant pathologist, Dr. Thomas A. Zitter, has been added to the staff of the Everglades Experiment Station here, it was announced by Dr. D. W. Beardsley, animal nutritionist in charge. Dr. Zitter recently completed his doctorate at Michigan State University where his thesis was written on the selection of strains of tobacco mosaic virus by different tomato varieties and breeding lines. At present, the new staff member is working with Dr. R. D. Berger, plant pathologist studying diseases of sweet corn and celery, so as to become acclimated with the muck soil found In the Lake Okeechobee area. A native of Saginaw, Mich., Dr. Zitter attended Bay City (Mich.) Junior College, and received bachelor's and master's degrees from Michigan State University. During his undergraduate days, Dr. Zitter made studies of celery grown in the muck soil found In his native state, according to Beardsley. The 26-year-old pathologist, his wife, Judith, and 18-month-old son, Timothy Andrew, are residing at 949 Wedgeworth Road. News Of Record (IVM.SMTS 68 C 4.17.1 D-A Lubrtrant Co.. Inc. vs. I.uihiT Graham: suit tor $l,7t.2S alli-(hJIv due on account. Ml-C 4.172 - Hubert F. Hamilton vs. Hdiolii M Hr.ikP: suit for damages In excess of $1,IHHI for injuries allegedly suf lered In traffic accident March Jl, ISWion Komi HIM Boulevard. West Halm Heach. WC4.liH - Charles H. Uurbin vs. Hruce K Zemp; suit tor damaKes in excess of $l.mni for injuries allegedly suffered In a traffic accident Nov. J, l7. on W. Klehth Street at Its Intersection with Avenue M, Riviera Heach. t: 4.W7 Patricia Lev hi. Ira i.escht. and Steven i.escht vs. AltaKraria L Klananan and John Flanagan; sull (or damages In excess of Sl.fUKI for Injuries allegedly suflered In a traffic accident June 2. laiH on SH WW at Its Intersection with Cherry Hoad. West Palm Heach. USAI.i IML.II IK. MINTS 6H C t77 Marv Alice Firestone vs. I ime. Inc., etc. J udgment for defendant tiH C .114 Thomas O'Donnell vs. Valerie Nutall and Nadlne Neff. judgment for defendant. 68 C fi.18 Emily T. Wuester vs. Jewell L. Wiggins and Magdalene Stults. Judgment for plaintiff. M KKI (.K LICENSE APPLICATIONS Michael W. Kisher. 24. of Wesl Palm Beach, and Barbara G. Booker. 21, of Pompano Beach.: Richard A. Barton. 44. of Baltimore, Md.. and Edith E. Barker, 47, of Ken-wick Island Del. James F. Almond. 2H. of Wesl Palm Beach, and Marie C. Sajkowskl, 28, of Jort Lauderdale. Robert c. Baughman, 49. of West Palm Beach, and Eleanor B. Hurd. W, of Bovn-ton Beach. Stanley A. Gillette, 4.1. and Linda L. Lent. 1H. both of Jupiter. Robert N. Kaplan, 24. of Wesl Palm Beach, and Renee J. ( assorla. 2.1, of Miami. Henrv V. Carter. 52. and Vera M. Hancock. 2. both of Wesl Palm Beach. Leon V Burrh. 19. and Gail P. Neu-klrrh, lii. both of Lake Worth. Waller R. Dovle. . and Barbara Ole-nick, both of West Palm Beach Everett R. Spa. and Elizabeth Pol-lard. 4fi. both of Lake Worth. Frederick M Honer. 2.1. and Patricia J. Brockwav. 21. both of West Palm Beach irvoK F. SI ITS KII.KD Gerald E. latum vs. Virginia F. Ta-lum. Sandra M Allardvs L. GeneAllard. FINAL ll OKI ES GRANTED ()7ell F Charles vs. Billy H. Charles. Alberlha D. Glassby vs. Kreddle C. Glassbv. Lucille Cook vs Little M Cook. Ellabeih I de la Rlgaudlere vs. Guv G. dela Rigaudiere, Elizabeth H. Upthegrove VI. Albert T. L'pthegrove Frederick M Honer Jr vs Dcnna B Honer. Judgment for defendant. RESTAURANT $360,122.15 In Taxes Paid STUART Tax collections for the first 13 days of November totaled $360,122.45, Martin County tax collector Alvin Andrews said Frida. Andrews said the gross amount collected represents 49,457 individual bills paid and payment during November gives Individuals a 4 per nent discount. The discounts amounted to $14,396.34, Andrews said, which makes net collection through Nov. 13: $345,726.11. A 3 per cent discount is enjoyed by taxpayers next month, 2 per cent in January and 1 per cent In February. UNDER THE CANOPY - 1 "T ' T PALM Driru cunorc AND MAMA LOUS LOOKOUT LOUNGE AND BAR finest a isit; . . . BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER RESERVATIONS: PH. 844-0233 ALL KELE'S COCONUT TREE ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT 21 YEARS at H2I Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth Visit the oldest house . . . with its Old World atmosphere ... 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