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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 22

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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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BIO Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 United Fund Schedules Final Campaign Push t IIIL LI Ilk. JIIIIILII I II. ...11.11 I 1.. imiWIMMI i i -A u4 - sh B it il l ft: 7 a. 'bL ports 25 c "immunity service agencies and covers the area from Boynton Beach to Jupiter, west into uie Glades. One gift each year helps the underprivileged, handicapped and youth programs. Agencies elude: aided by UF in- another $700 Is anticipated. Two other divisions are over the top. Education is $1,416 above its $13,000 quota, and Special Gifts, with $6,258, surpassed its $6,000 target. Commercial and Professional, where the final two-week push is expected to reach goals, are under quotas by $16,000 and $11,500 respectively. The Commercial Division quota this year is set at $56,000; Professional at $90,800. Collections or pledges in other divisions, with quotas as the second figure, follow: Government, $11,804 and $12,000: Neighborhood, $12,235 and $15,000; North County, $4,761 and $6,000; South County, $14,153 and $16,000; West-boro, $2,309 and $8,000; Boynton Beach, $4,957 and $18,000. In addition, a late campaign in the Glades is gaining momentum. Upwards of $1,000 now has been pledged. United Fund of Palm Beach County's annual drive sup Volunteer workers with United Fund of Palm Beach County will begin a two-week push Monday to wind up the fall campaign by Dec. 1. Calls will be made on merchants, business and professional firms, and others who have not yet met quotas within various UF divisions. Campaign Chairman John Green and other leaders who attended a special meeting Friday to prepare for "Operation Clean-Up" have expressed confidence that the $375,000 goal for 1968 will be met by year's end. Late returns expected after the first of December include donations and pledges from the Boynton Beach and Glades areas. Reports submitted during the past few days moved the total amount of donations and pledges to $332,320 or 89 per cent of the goal. The Industry Division, with the highest quota of the UF drive at $140,000, has surpassed its goal by $5,000 and Arthritis Foundation, Lion's Foundation for the Blind, Blood Bank, Child Care Center and Home Nursing Service in Boynton Beach, Boy Scouts, Catholic Welfare Bureau, Children's Home Society, Crippled Children's Society, Family Service Agency, Girl Scouts, Jewish Federation, Mental Health Association, Milk Fund, Opportunity Inc. Referral Board and Kindergarten, Retarded Children's Association, Salvation Army units In Lake Worth and West Palm Beach, two branches of YMCA, United Health Foundation, USO, Visiting Nurse Association and YWCA. Liquor Leads To Arrests Stopping of a man tor speeding by Sheriff's Road Patrolman Ralph Wiles early Saturday morning led to his arrest and the arrest of two minors in the ear with him. Thomas Curtiss Thomas, 28, of Jupiter was stopped by Wiles two miles south of Jupiter on speeding charges. Investigation showed that Thomas had beer and vodka in his car. Wiles reported. Thomas was charged with speeding and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The youths were charged with possession of alcoholic beverage by a minor. They were booked in the county jail as Charles James Lawson, 19, and Joe Louis Hatcher, 17, both of Jupiter. Thomas remained in county-jail Saturday in lieu of $1,045 bond. Lawson, too, remained in lieu of $100 bond, while Hatcher had posted $100 bond. 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