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8 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 19. 1968 Ooro from U.S. Wf ATHC8 tUSlAU tSSA 30 TJT .tfJMJVW40 1 TT I I W v .T aTT Area Deaths And Funerals Figure Show High Tomporaturtt Exportod For Daytime) Tuotday Uolatoet Preoplrotion Net Rhode Island and Connecticut. Rain is expected along the as far south as Northern FLURRIES IN LAKES AREA - Snow flurries are expected today in the Lakes region, the Upper Mississippi Valley and parts of the Northeast with showers in Xews Of Record civil juits 6I-C-43M - State of Florida vs. Minna B Lewis; suit for injunction tor alleged violation of toning laws. 6IC-4399 - Dint Parr a more and Kenneth C. Parramore vs State Farm Mutu-' ;l Auto Insurance Company; suit for damages in excess of V,Q00 for injuries allegedly suffered in a traffic accident May i, 1967, on SR S at its intersection with Hawthorne Drive. Palm Beach County. FINALCIVIL JUDGMENTS W.-C 281 - JNS Developers. Inc. vs. Gotd Coast Homes, Inc. Judgment tor the defendant. 68C-IS63 - John R Ross vs. John C. Vorko Judgment for the defendant . MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Thomas L. Ward, 22, and Frances V. Madreya, 25. both of West Palm Beach Roger Laster, 24, of Palm Beach Gardens, and Linda $. Bates, 19, of Lake Worth. Eli W Solomon, 67, of Palm Beach, and Eileen D. Clifford, 49, both of West Palm Beach David D. McFadyen, 27, of Del ray Beach, and Marilynn K. Gollnick, 22, of Naples. John G. Sheffield, 53, and Lois P. Gray, 48, both of Pahokee George Z MiMer Jr., 22, of Fort Lauderdale, and Virginia L. Brendle, 22, of Boynton Beach. Clarence A. Hendrik, 21, and Donnie J. Durrence, 11, both of West Palm Beach. Wilfred A. Frylinck, 67, and Mary M. Nickerson, 67, both of Lake Worth. Bruce T. Burrus Jr. 23, and Connie J. Noegei, 11, both of West Palm Beach. William H. Goodloe Jc ., 43, and Ellen L. Johnson, 31, both of Riviera Beach. Jerry M Rewts, 22, of Lake Worth, and Kathleen M. Pereini, 21, of Lake Park Jospeh Haltcki, 77, and Florence Bond, 66, bothof Lantana. Charlie E. Nunn, 64, and Viola Highs-mith, 50, both ot West Palm Beach. Frank J. O'Brien Jr., 20, ot Plainfield, N.J., and Cynthia D. LeHew, 19, ot Boynton Beach. Louie M. Boyer, 25, of Miami, and Ruth I . Osborne, 22, of Riviera Beach. James D. Evans, 19, ot Miami, and Sharyn L. Kingma, 19, of Boynton Beach. Russel W. Besser, 72, and Mary H. Boatrite, 66, both of Boynton Beach. Jack Clary, 43, and Velma M. Trephon, 63, both of West Palm Beach. Thomas A. Leffingwell, 26, of Miami, and Violet L. Hall, 25, ot Lantana. John C. McCormick, 22, of Delray Beach, end Karen A. Galli, 21, ot West Palm Beach. Henry van der Goes, 52, of Wilmington, Del., and Elizabeth de la R gaudiere, 52, of West Palm Beach. DIVORCE SUITS FILED Lucille Thompson vs. Berthel T. Thompson. . Robert L.Cooper vs. Sue J. Cooper. Emil Lastition vs. Jane F. Lastttion. Shirley A. Middleton vs. Steven C. Mid-dieton. William F. Zanowick vs. Helen Zano-wick. Pauline T. Metcalfe vs. Sidney J. Metcalfe. Mami Reese vs Alonzo Reese. FINAL DIVORCES GRANTED Mildred R. Peedin vs. William G. Peed- in. Catherine A. Goby vs. Charles H. Goby. Ivy E. Brown vs. Charles E Brown. Bruce D Hoover vs. Catherine Hoover. Weather Table D. Hutchison of Livonia, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Ralph W. Humes of Delaware, Ohio, and Mrs. Robert Rade-baugh of Columbus. Ohio; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Mizell-Faville-Zem Southdale Chapel. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at thechapel. JAMES EDWARD THOMPSON PAHOKEE - James Edward Thompson, 32, of Pahokee Labor Center, House D-9-R, died Monday. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Louise Fertic of Pahokee; and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Alice Mills of Pahokee; and Mrs. Gladys Eulichnie of Lake Harbor. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Wetherington Funeral Home, Pahokee. MOTIEJUSSENKUS LAKE WORTH - Motiejus Senkus, 81, ot 412 No. K St., died Monday. Survivors include his wife, EvaM. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and Wednesday at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home in Lake Worth. Arrangements will be announced. MRS. HILDA MIARION WISEMAN Mrs. Hilda Marion Wiseman, 51, of 1020 Churchill Circle S., West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Survivors include her husband, Stanley; three daughters, Mrs. Connie Lovett and Mrs. Susanne Downer, both of West Palm Beach, and Mrs. Gail Martin of Okeechobee; one sister, Mrs. Peter Wer-mert of Jersey City, N.J.; and three grandchildren. Friends may call at the Mizell-Faville-Zern Southdale Chapel from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Arrangements will be announced. MRS. LENA FREEUNK BOCA RATON - Mrs. Lena Freelink, 89, of 560 NE 46th St., died Sunday. Survivors include one son, John of Boca Raton. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at thechapel. BRUCE OTIS BOWER LAKE PARK - Bruce Otis Bower, 54, of 918 Park Ave., died Sunday. Survivors include his wife, Audra; one son. Bruce A. of Daytona Beach; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Bower of Juno Beach. Services will be held at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Lakeside Chapel. Lake Worth. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at thechapel. Memorial contributions may be made to the Palm Beach County unit of the American Cancer Society. JOE JOHNSON JUPITER - Joe Johnson, 67, of 1082 Limestone Rd., died Monday. Survivors include his wife, Freddie Mae; one daughter, Mrs. Louise Howard of Jupiter; one sister, Mrs. Arlene Battle of West Palm Beach; two brothers, George and James, both of Delray Beach; and one granddaughter. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach, will announce arrangements. Funeral Notice MRS. CLARA L.MAC VICAR PALM BEACH - Funeral services tor Mrs. Clare L. MacVicar, 50, of 257 Park Ave., who died Sunday, will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Miiell-Faville-Zern Hibiscus Chapel. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Amerl can Cancer Society. Indicated- Coniult FLORIDA Apalachicola 69 Bradenton 81 Clewiston B5 Daytona Beach 82 Fort Myers 42 Gainesville 79 Jacksonville 82 Lakeland 81 Miami 86 Naples 83 Ocala 78 Orlando 83 Pensacola 65 Sarasota 81 St. Petersburg 79 Tallahassee 72 Tampa 76 Vero Beach 87 West Palm Beach 88 Sales, Use Taxes Increase . TALLAHASSEE - Comptroller Fred O. Dickinson resorted an $18.4 million increase in October. 1968 sales and use taxes over last year's October figure. The $43,086,400 collected was, however, slightly lower than the increase in September. 1968, but Dickinson said he expected to make up the difference in the coming holiday season. Last month in Palm Beach County sales and use tax collections amounted to $1,906.-743.05. arrnrrline to Dickinson. , Massachusetts, Pacific Coast California. Elmira Assistant To Visit Area ELMIRA. N.Y. - Miss Anne Abbe, assistant to the director of admissions at Elvira College, is scheduled to visit secondary schools in Florida this week. On Friday, she will visit the "Jraham-Eckes School in alm Beach. Monday, Nov. "o. she will visit the Rosarian Vcademy in West Palm Beach, and the Boca Raton High School in Boca Raton. A HEARING LOSS IS A CLOSED DOOR Open that door and enjoy your friends more HEARING LOSS? SEE YOUR DOCTOR 0 I HEARING AID RECOMMENDED SEE US W AID SERVICE 202 S. Olive-Ph. 832-4322 By Associated Press Albuquerque 52 Amarillo 49 Asheville 62 Atlanta 61 Birmingham 55 Bismarck 25 Boise 41 Boston 53 Buttalo 57 Burlington 35 Charleston, S.C 76 Charleston, W.Va 60 Charlotte 64 Cincinnati 44 Chicago 29 Cleveland 48 Columbus, 0 43 Denver 43 Des Moines 33 Detroit 47 Duluth 28 Fairbanks 4 Green Bay 35 Helena 34 Honolulu 86 Houston w Indianapolis 39 Juneau 38 Kansas City 37 Little Rock 53 Los Angeles 73 Louisville 44 Marquette 33 Memphis 50 Milwaukee 39 Mpls-St. Paul 33 New Orleans 67 New York 58 Oklahoma City 45 Omaha 34 Philadelphia 60 Phoenix 72 Pittsburgh 53 Portland, Me 38 Portland, Ore 50 Raleigh 68 Richmond 68 St. Louis 39 Salt Lake City 51 San. Fran 59 SjoMurr 54 Spokane 33 Washington 65 34 54 40 27 38 34 31 .02 69 SO 46 1.09 30 30 43 47 34 25 43 60 56 34 29 55 45 30 -.05 51 .44 CANADIAN Montreal 36 24 .77 Winnipeg 26 22 .02 ADVKKTi.SKMKNT MRS. MAMIE SHAW Mrs. Mamie Shaw. 88. of 1213 Henrietta Ave. died Sunday. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Sweet of West Palm Beach; a son, Lenton Martin of Jacksonville; a sister. Miss Sallie Sh;, of Palo Alto, Calif.; two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Local arrangements are in charge of the Stevens Brothers Funeral Home Chapel. Additional services and burial will be at Quincy, Fla., Thursday with the Sims & Jackson Funeral Home in charge there. MRS. BARBARA NEIL HASERODT ATLANTIS - Mrs. Barbara Neil Haserodt. 67, of 370 York-town Circle, died Monday. Survivors include a son. Paul of Kalamazoo, Mich.; four brothers. William Neil of Clearwater. Robert Neil of Lorain, Ohio, Mathew Neil of Akron, Ohio, and Isac Neil of Oakland, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Adie Graham of Loraine; and three grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at National Chapels Mortuary. Hypoluxo Road, Boynton Beach. Funeral services will be; at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Sanctuary of the Good Shepherd Chapel in Palm Beach Memorial Park. GEORGE O.f'AVILLE EUREKA. Calif - George 0. Faville Sr., 65. of Eureka, died Monday at his home. He formerly resided in West Palm Beach. Survivors include his wife, Virginia; a brother, Lawrence of West Palm Beach; six children and several grandchildren. Funeral services and burial will be in Eureka. PoM Pol. Mt. 195 00 AD KKTlSKM KM' EAR WAX? Don't use pointed objects that may puncture eardrums. KERID 'Drops help soften and loosen hard wax plugs. Put KERID Drops in wash earwax out.. Ask for Kerid Drops at Walgreens. WILLIAM J. ANDREWS William J. Andrews. 91. of 2305 S. Flagler Dr.. West Palm Beach, died Monday. Survivors include one cousin. Mrs. Virginia Mussler of Stratford. Conn. A rosary will be recited at 8 p m. today at Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home. A requiem mass will be said at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Further services and burial will take place Thursday in Bridgeport. Conn. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. ARTHUR P. WEST BOCA RATON - Arthur P. West, 76, of 349 NE 24th Court, died Monday. Surviving is his wife, Ruth M. Services and burial will be at Berkley, Mich., with the Sawyer-Fuller Funeral Home in charge. Kraaer Funeral Home is in charge locally. LAWRENCE J. MULHAUSER Lawrence J. Mulhauser. 66. of 1001 S. Flagler Dr.. West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. Jean Scalia of Garden City. N.Y.; one brother. Jack of California; and two grandchildren. A funeral mass will be said Thursdav in Garden City, NY. Mizell-Faville-Zern Hibiscus Chapel is in charge of local arrangements. OSCAR R.MASON Oscar R. Mason, 63, of 537 Cherry Rd., West Palm Beach, died Monday. Survivors include his wife, Vivian L.; two daughters, Mrs. George E. Comerford of Lake Worth, and Mrs. Donald Wiggins Asks Arabs' Release UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) - Chief U.S. delegate J. R. Wiggins appealed to Israel Monday to let 250,000 Arab refugees who fled during the Middle East war last year return to their homes west of the River Jordan in advance of a permanent peace. Lord Caradon, the British delegate, also urged that, instead of trying to deal now with the sole problem of a million refugees in Jordan, those displaced by the 1967 fighting be returned "at once." Wiggins told the General Assembly's Special Political Committee: "As another winter descends upon the refugees, surely their plight will touch the hearts, move the minds and overcome the fears of Israel and inspire an act of generosity and confidence that will give the whole world an example of humanity and magnanimity." The committee was debating a report of the commissioner-general of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees for the year ended last June. Wiggins pledged that the U.S. government, which has aided UNRWA for the past 20 years, will continue its support. CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? phone T0MASELL0 585-2551 DIAHANN CARROLL Court Told Migrant Falling When Shot 1 "V GETWUyb PROGRESS IS "FESS" VOTE! -ELECT! FOREST "Fess" WALLACE BOYNTON BEACH CITY COUNCIL FIX BROKEN DENTURES :TJ!8M plate-weld Amazing Plttt-WiH repair breaks, crack and replaced teeth. Simply flow on-put together. PIt-WtN uaea the moet successful method devised for home repairs. Works perfectly every time or money back. Get money saving $2.98 size or the $1.98 sird at life!: representing the plaintiff and Robert Montgomery the defendant. The trial is to continue. Pauly was cleared earlier of a manslaughter charge by the Palm Beach County Grand Jury. TONIGHT 8:30 p CHAIN LINK FENCE By WlUnatL There s A Difference AVERAGE BACK YARD 48" HIGH INSTALLED Includes 160 Fence, 7 Terminal Posts, 1 Walk Cate, Line Posts, Top Hail, All Hardware. Other Sizes Available. FREE ESTIMATES 683-8289 Two migrant workers testified in Palm Beach County Circuit Court Monday that they saw Boca Raton police officer Donald Puuly shoot Pedro Gonzalez shortly after Gonzalez was knocked on the head by a flashlight. Franklin Chavez and Yolan-de Vargas said Patrolman Donald (ioode used the flashlight on Gonzalez while trying to arrest him at the Garden Apartments. SW 3rd Avenue. Boca Raton, during a brawl on March 24. Residents of the apartments, testified Gonzalez was falling when Pauly. also on the scene, shot him. e Gonzalez died from the shooting. His wife, Dominga Gonzalez of the Garden Apartments, is suing Pauly and the City of Boca Raton for in excess of $150,000. The civil action is being heard before Judge James R. Knott. Attorney Joel T. Daves is " Agnew Returns ANNAPOLIS, Md. (API -Vice President elect Spiro T. Agnew returned to the state capital of Maryland Monday alter a vacation in Puerto Rico. 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