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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 3

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Tuesday, November 19, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 19. 1968-3 r rigger Jade Prsyer Whel. Ming Dynasty, J 374 Communists Reported Killed In Repeated Raids On Da Nang GOOD Private Collection J Kl-HNUH 0 MTUU 5W tUITtllT Nashville Police End Argument NASHVILLE i APi - Police were called in Monday to settle an argument which had an international flavor. Sgt. James Reilley said two men were arguing about the temperature in the boarding house room they shared. Reilly said one, a native of South Africa, complained it was too cold. The other, who hails from Alaska, was too warm. "We just turned up the heat and opened the windows in the room, "Reilly said. "It seemed to satisfy both the men." Ban and then smashed through barbed wire around the outpost. The South Koreans, fighting at hand-to-hand range, reported killing 18 Communists in hurling back the assault. South Korean losses were seven dead and two wounded. Farther down the coast of the South China Sea, near Tarn Ky 40 miles from Da Nang, South Vietnamese troops reported killing 49 Communists in a force which opened a 57 mm. recoilless rifle attack on a government outpost. Another 54 Communists were reported killed near Bin Son about 60 miles south of Da Nang when they began an infantry assault on a South Vietnam position. Viet Cong gunners in the Mekong Delta hit a British tanker with rocket fire Monday afternoon on the Long Tau River 13 miles southeast of Saigon. j Investment Ctrfi(ictt from I SiOtaSlOJO Fundi Availabl an Otmand For Florida Rotidontt On'y I FUNDS RECEIVED BY THE 20 fH ; EARN FROM THE 1ST r t(RW MCuflifitS 4 tOAN COI 2828 Broadway Riviera 6?och WHBK Airport Lighting Plan Faces Commission LEGAL NOTICES November it a wonderful time to do some Christmas Shopping Use your special E.S.A. credit card! SAIGON (UPD Allied forces Monday reported killing 374 North Vietnamese and Vist Cong troops in the Da Nang area and lifting the immediate threat to South Vietnam's second largest city. A South Vietnamese general said fresh Communist troops were moving south through the Demilitarized Zone. A 24-hour curfew imposed in Da Nang Sunday following a rash of terror and rocket attacks was relaxed Monday to a 12-hour period from dawn to dusk. Lt Gen. Hoang Xuan Lam, South Vietnamese commander in the five northern provinces, said entire Communist companies had been seen moving into the southern half of the DMZ in the past week. He said his men were on full alert. "Now that we've stopped the bombing, they are still operating in the southern side," Lam said in Da Nang in a statement which charged North Vietnam was violating terms of the agreement which halted all American attacks on North Vietnam Nov. 1. The U.S. Command said North Vietnamese troops during the weekend touched off another "incident" in the six-mile-wide DMZ and shelled two province capitals and six district towns throughout South Vietnam. Spokesmen reported "extremely light damage and casualties." The heaviest fighting in the Da Nang area raged 15 to 17 miles south of the city where South Vietnamese infantrymen and militia troops reported killing 253 Communists, mostly North Vietnamese regulars, in a series of skirmishes Sunday nearDien Ban. South Vietnamese losses BE A BIG WHEEL She Icves bracelets loves watches. How about both in one! Textured woven bracelet, S295. With diamonds and sapphires. $475. Woven bracelet, $325. Jacobs Jewelers Since 1 890 I " were placed at eight killed and 32 wounded in the Dien Ban action. In a new attack Monday, the Communists sent 20 82 mm. mortar shells thundering into Dien Ban and 12 more into a nearby bridge. One South Vietnamese soldier was wounded. Simultaneously, other Communist troops slammed 60 rounds of 82mm. mortar fire into South Korean forces about three miles east of Dien Brannigan Resigns School Post James Brannigan of Boca Raton. $13.000-a-year program specialist for the county school system, has resigned effective Wednesday. He denied reports that he is leaving because he did not receive the job which was promised him when he joined the system at the start of this school year. "I just don't belong behind a desk. There is too much exciting going on in education and I want to be taking part in it." Brannigan said. Formerly affiliated with National Education Associates Research and Development, a private firm, he will become a vice-president of the American Development Corp., also a private educational service company. County School Supt. Lloyd F. Early, who reportedly was responsible for hiring Brannigan, refused to comment when asked if there had been personal or professional differences between him and his protege. Brannigan had been assigned to the federal programs department which is headed by Houston Sapp, but spent much of his time developing programs to be paid for by the $4.7 million Educational Improvement Expense fund authorized for the county by the state. Sapp took over the EIE planning the first part of this month. Brannigan said that he had joined the school system "to do Mr. Early a favor when he became superintendent." He is leaving, he said, because he believes work with the private firm will be more challenging. Two lovely bras by Kayser-Permalift in Angel white ! '4.50 Softer fashions require a gentle moulded look and Crepeset nylon contour bra shapes you beautifully for the natural look! 73 . . . 32 to 36 A,B,C. ' PALM BEACH MALL Ph. 683-7673 also in Orlando and Jacksonbille no. wa NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF ZONING ORDINANCE STATE OF FLORIDA CITY OF PALM BEACH GARDENS TO THE CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF PALM BEACH GARDENS: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Tuesday, the 3rd day ol December, 1968. at 8 o'clock P.M., at City Hail, 3704 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, a Public Hearing will be held by the City Planning and Zoning Commission (or the purpose ot amending the Zoning Ordinance No. 21-1, by amending it with the following respects: SECTION l. The following described real property is hereby removed from Zoning Classification Aparcelof land located in the Northwest Quarter of Section 11. Township 42 South, Range 42 East, Palm Beach County, Fla., being more particularly described as follows: From the Quarter Section corner in the North line of said Section 11, run N 89 degrees 14 32" W" along the Norm line of said Section 11, a distance ol 753.-69 ft.; thence run S 0 degrees 45 28" W a distance ol 430.77 ft. to the Point ol Beginning ol the hereinafter described parcel: thence continue S 0 degrees 45'28" W a distance of 178 ft. to a point: thence run N 73 degrees E a distance of 34.02 ft.; thence run S 17 degrees E a distance of 503.19 ft. ; thence run N 63 degrees E a distance of 280.17 ft. ; thence run N 73 degrees 52'34" E a distance of 229.13 ft.; thence run N 83 degrees 52'34" E a distance of 224.37 ft. to a point in the Westerly Right ol Way line of Ave. of the PGA, as now laid out and in use; thence run N 6 degrees 07'26" W along said Westerly Right of Way line of Ave. of the PGA a distance ol 55 49 It. to a point of curvature concave to the Southeast; thence run Northwesterly along the arc of said curve having a radius of 485.26 ft.; through a central angle of 23 degrees 07'06" a distance of 195.80 ft. to a point of tangent; thence run N 29 degrees 14'32" W a distance of 131.77 ft. to a point ol curvature concave to the Northeast; thence run Northeasterly along the arc of said curve, having a radius of 754.76 ft., through a central angle of 8 degrees 0716" a distance ol 106.98 ft. to a point of intersection with a curve concave to the Southwest; thence run Northwesterly along the arc ot said curve, having a radius ot 385 ft , through a central angle ot 7 degrees 22'lb", a distance of 49.53 ft. to a point of intersection with a curve concave to the Northeat; thence run Northeasterly along the arc ot said curve, having a radius of 248 It., through a central angle ol 17 degrees 01'58" a distance of '73.72 ft. to a point; thence run S 78 degrees 32'26" W along the radial of aforesaid curve distance of 662.66 It. to the Point ol Beginning. Subject to restrictions, easements A request for approval of a $26,000 design contract for new field lighting at Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) faces County Commissioners in regular session this morning. In an administrative meeting Monday. Conrad W. Schaefer of the design section, County Engineering Department, called present field lighting at PBIA "atrocious." Present field lighting at the airport was installed during World War II when the airstrips, taxiways and aprons were part of the military installation at the now county-owned airbase, according to Frank Sasker, airports director. The r ederal Aviation Agency (FAA) recommended new lighting at the airport over a year ago, according to Sasker. Schaefer noted that funds are not now available to carry out the proposed work in the lighting system due to the fact that the work might cost an estimated $250,000 to $300,000, although it was not possible to say exactly how much the system will cost. With federal matching funds and the county's 50 per cent share, $400,000 was budgeted for two projects this year at PBIA, including the "lighting work. According to Sasker, the second project extension of one taxiway on which bids have already been advertised will cost an estimated $250,-000, leaving only about $150,-000 total for the lighting. Sasker remarked that the FAA was optimistic it could provide additional monies amounting to some $50,000, which would then need to be matched by the county. The FAA, Sasker said, told him it might be able to tap emergency funds for its 50 per cent share. Both Sasker and the FAA are anxious that both projects be undertaken during the current fiscal year. The requested contract for the design work is to be with Hutcheon Engineers Inc. of Palm Beach. 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