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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 29

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Thursday, November 21, 1968
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Data ham U.S. WtAJHH HJMMJ tSSA Traffic Signals Sought At Boynton Intersection 30 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1968 Widow Loses Suit In Fatal Shooting year. And there have been five non-injury accidents. overlooked. Collisions are frequent. Since. Jan. 1. 1967. there have been 23 accidents reported to police at the intersection. There were 11 accidents involving 22 vehicles at the intersection during all of 1967. Eighteen persons were injured and one killed (Dec. 9i at the junction. Four of the accidents produced no injuries . Twelve accidents, the most recent Monday, have been reported at the intersection this year. Twenty-two vehicles were involved, and 15 persons were injured. No deaths have resulted at the corner this V Ufat60 ...... "I thought Pauly had him. but just then Gonzalez turned to move away. Then I heard the shot ." Blount testified. Blount said he did not see any weapons, even though he said Pauly told him he thought Gonzalez was going to stab Goode. Blount said he did see another man cut, however. Two migrant workers. Franklin Chavez and Yolande Vargas, both testified that Goode knocked Gonzalez on the head with a flashlight and he was stumbling away when officer Pauly fired. Judge James R. Knott presided during the trial, with attorney Robert Montgomery as counsel for the defendants and attorney Joel T. Daves acting for the plaintiff. figure Show High Tempera For Doytim Thursday UeUrea' Precipitation Net Showers also are predicted, for Rockies and rain is expected over the North and Central Coast States. RAIN IN GULF AREA - Snow is expected to continue today over the Lower Lakes region and the Upper Ohio Valley. Rain and showers are forecast for the West Gulf Coast and Southern Plains 5 Victims In Highway 27 Crash Identified By FHP A six-member jury held in Palm Beach Circuit Court Wednesday that no damages be awarded to a woman whose hasband was shot and killed by a Boca Raton police officer. The jury, composed of lour men and two women, deliberated for one hour before finding that Patrolman Donald Pauly and the City of Boca Raton were not liable in connection with the death of Pedro Gonzalez at the Garden Apartments lust March 29. Gonzalez was shot by officer Pauly during a brawl involving 50 to 60 migrant workers outside the apartments, SVV 3rd Avenue and Palmetto Park Road. Mrs. Uominga Gonzalez, the man's widow, has sued for damages in excess of $150.-Oill). Earlier, the Grand Jury failed to indict Pauly on a manslaughter charge in connection with the death. During the three-day trial. Detective Ernest lilount and Patrolman Donald Goode both testified when they arrived at the apartments the place was in chaos. They said many were yelling and lighting with each other. Patrolman Goode testified Gonzalez, one of the participants, was shot by Pauly after he knocked them both to the ground and started to run. He testified Gonzalez, while under arrest, knocked him to the ground twice and hit Pauly witha pairof handcuffs. Blount testified that he saw the two officers searching Gonzalez when he struck Goode. 221 ROYAL PALM WAY PALM BEACH RESERVATIONS 655-3031 A Dining Tradition in the I'alm Beaches and Quoque, L.I. for a quarter of a Century. OPEN EVERY NIGHT FROM 5 PM to 1 AM Continental Cuisine Prime Steaks Seafood PRIVATE FAKTY ROOMS ver, and Hopkins Funeral Home. Plant City, in preparing the bodies for shipment. Townsend and K1IP homicide investigator James A. Blair said the crash apparently was caused by the speeding vehicle being driven by Niblett crossing the center line on a sweeping curve as his vehicle was traveling in excess of 110 miles per hour. News Of Record CIVIL SUITS 68-C-4419 - David Canlley individually and as father of Elizabeth Cantley vs. Alfred Wassicotte; suit for damages in excess of 11,000 for injuries allegedly suffered in a traffic accident Nov. 30, 1967 on High Ridge Road near its intersection with Lake Bass Drive. Lantana. 68-C-4420 - Thomas A. Burke vs. Don Coulter and Ruth Coulter; suit for damages in excess of (10,000 tor injuries allegedly suffered as a result of an arrest on charges of which the plaintiff was later acquitted. 68-C-4439 - Melvin Picture Frame Co. vs. Barbara J. Gebele; suit for $1,167.71 allegedly due on account. CIVIL JUDGMENTS 68-C-3972 - Lainhart & Potter vs. A & H Roofing, Inc. Judgment for plaintiff. 68-C-368 Burton P. Long vs. Wiley Stephens. Judgment for defendant. 68-C-4794 - Hawthorne Roofing, Heating, Air Conditioning Co. vs. H. R. Weiss berg Corporation. Judgment for plaintiff. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS David A. Wasson, 33, of Lake Worth, and Karen N. Redmond, 32, of West Palm Beach. John E. Roberts, 22, and Sharon J. Propst, 19, both of West Palm Beach. Phillip L. Reitz, 73, and Marjorie C. Balk, 59, both of West Palm Beach. William W. Shreiner, 19, and Marsha Elkins, 17, both of Palm Beach Gardens. Larry P. Plant, 25, and Evelyn A. Troost, 24, both of West Palm Beach. Robert G. Foster Jr., 21, of West Palm-Beach, and Janice B. Krieger, 17, of Jupiter. Emil C. Westfall, 40, and Helen E. Tier-ney, 50, both of Delray Beach. Joseph W. Doughty, 24, of West Palm-Beach, and Linda L. Hedges, 20, of Lake Worth. Alvin J, Hail, 19, and Barbara Lurry, 15, both of Riviera Beach. James E Irving, 24, and Willie I. Jackson, 22, both of West Palm Beach. DIVORCE SUITS FILED M. C. Jones vs. Eula Jones Dorothy M. Lowery vs. Billy F, Lowe- Arethea White vs. Dennis E. White. Mary A. Mangano vs. John Mangano. Beryl Lee vs. Monroe C Lee. Everette D. Priest vs. Arthur M. Priest Jr. Emerson W. Lingham vs. Shell ie M. Lingham. Evelyn I. Settle vs. Noah J. Settle. Sandra Nowlin vs. James L. Nowlin. By PAUL PRICE Staff Writer BOYNTON BEACH - The often-maligned but admittedly dangerous intersection of Congress Avenue and State Road 804 may get full signalization. Another step in a campaign to persuade the State Road Department to install four-way signals at the intersection was taken Wednesday as Henry Thompson, president of the Greater Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce, sent a letter to state and county officials asking forsignals. The city council already has authorized Mayor Michael V. Michael to contact state officials in an effort to signalize the "wide-open" intersection. East-west traffic along State Road 804 (New Boynton Road) is cautioned by a flashing yellow light. North-south traffic along Congress Avenue is supposed to stop, a flashing red light and huge red "stop'' signs indicate it. Most often, the problem turns out to have been that visibility is "too good" at the intersection. North and southbound drivers tend to ignore the flashing red light and the stop signs. But, all too often, Boynton Beach officials contend, there is east or westbound traffic that has been Sugar Futures NEW YORK (UPI) - The world sugar futures contract closed unchanged to 2 points higher on the New York Sugar Exchange Wednesday. There were 4,360 sales. The domestic contract closed unchanged to 1 point higher on no sales. World Ranges: Open High Low Close Prev 29.98B 29,97 2.90 2.90 B 2.90 3.12-10 3.12 2 94 3.02-03 3.02 3.17-18 3. IB 3.04 3.11-12 3.10 3.21-22 3.22 3.07 3.14-15 3.13 Jan Mar May Jul Sep Oct Nov Jan Mar Sales 4,360 3.24 3.25 3.11 3.17 3.17 3.26 3 26 3.15 3.19 3.28B 3.29 3.21 3.22B 3.30B 3.25B 3.35 3.35 3.21 3.28B 3. 3.21 3.24 3.27 Open interest 726 Spotprice2.50N DOMESTIC SUGAR The Ranges: Open High Low Close Prev Mar 7.68B 7.68B 7.68 May 7.68B 7.7IN 7.70 Sates nil Open interest 23,768 Spot price 7.60N. Egg Market Lower East Coast locally produced Grade A cartons direct from producer to retailer. Extra large 59-60, mostly 60. Large 53-57, mostly 57. Mediums 48 51, mostly 49-50. Smalls 38-40, mostly 40. Market steady; supplies ample; trading fair to good. Florida Eggs, direct from producer to retailer including hotels and restaurants. Extra large cartons 52-60, mostly 56-58. Large 49-58, mostly 50-52. Mediums 45-50, mostly 47-48. Smalls 34-39, mostly 38-39, Loose eggs in small lots, extra large 59-60, mostly 60; large 51-57, mostly 55-57; mediums, 48-51, mostly 48-50; smalls 39-40, mostly 40; Market firm, supplies ample, trading fair to good. Commoditie! ( From Thomson & McKinnon) Rubber March 2275-2350 No 8 Sugar March 302 No.8SugarMay3ll Wool Tops March 1654-72 Grease Wool March 1217 Trading Lead March 1275N Copper March 4650-65 Zinc March 1250N Frozen Pork Bellies Feb. 3210-3145-3155-50 Sales 3862 March 3207-3142-3145-50 Sales 1213 May 3225-3160-3172-62 Sales 441 July 3255-3200-32 1 OA X -3200 Sales 172 Aug. 3190BID-3I45 AX-3150 Sales 25 Tampa Eggs TAMPA (UF5! ) The West Central and Northeast Florida egg and poultry markets. Eggs (all sales to retailers Florida Grade A: Extra large, 52-56 mos., 52 'i cartoned. Large, 49 Vi-53 'h mos., 50 to cartoned. Medium, 45-49 mos., 46 cartoned. Small, 35-42 mos., 38 cartoned. Florida hen market: Hens, light type, all weights, live at farm, 06 'a-09 mos., 08 n a ii v 1 1 iKirucoM n SI. 35 Possible Stolen Auto Linked To Hit-Run Case Weather Table Hi Low Pr. Albuquerque 55 30 Amarillo 69 31 Asheville 37 27 Atlanta 46 29 Birmingham 49 28 Bismarck 50 20 Boise 47 42 Boston 41 37 Buffalo 33 28 .01 Chicago 29 26 Cincinnati 32 28 .26 Denver 64 23 Des Moines 38 13 Detroit 36 29 Duluth 25 15 Fairbanks 11 3 .01 Green Bay 29 29 Helena 58 30 Honolulu 89 71 Houston 68 53 Indianapolis 29 25 Jacksonville 57 35 Juneau 38 31 .07 Kansas City 49 22 Little Rock 54 30 Los Angeles 85 56 Louisville 37 30 Marquette 31 24 07 Memphis 45 27 Milwaukee 30 20 Mpls.-St. Paul 32 19 New Orleans 61 30 New York 43 36 Okla. Cify 55 26 Omaha 47 16 Philadelphia 42 34 Phoenix 80 45 Pittsburgh 35 29 .01 Portland, Me 35 29 Portland, Ore 59 45 .01 St. Louis 39 25 Salt Lake City 52 23 San Francisco 70 37 FLORIDA TABLE Apalachicola 57 36 Bartow 58 37 Belle Glade 62 38 Bradenton 58 43 Clewiston 61 43 Daytona Beach 56 39 DeLand 58 33 Ft. Lauderdale 65 48 Fort Myers 62 44 Gainesville 58 30 Homestead 65 46 Jacksonville 57 35 Key West 67 61 Lakeland 57 40 Miami 67 46 Naples 64 42 Ocala 59 38 Orlando 57 39 Pensacola 58 33 Sarasota 58 43 St. Petersburg 55 46 Tallahassee 55 26 Tampa 56 36 Vero Beach 66 41 West Palm Beach 67 45 Florida Vegetables BELLE GLADE, Nov. 20 FOB Shipping point information for Wednesday as reported by Federal-Stale Market News Service. Precooling Extra. LakeOkeechobee Section: CELERY: Mkt, Slightly weaker 16" crls 2 do! S2.50 2 vj dot S2 75 3 do! S3.00 4 do! S3 00 8 doz S2.75 Hearts 24s S4.35 to S4 45 CHINESE CABBAGE: 16" crtsSl.50. CORN: Mkt. Firm Crts 4'a-5 doi Yellow S3.00 White S4.00. ENDIVE: Mkf. Firm 1 l-9bucrts 12.50. ESCAROLE: Mkt. Firm 1 1-9 bucrts S2.25. LETTUCE : Romaine - Mkt. Firm I I-9 bucrts S3.00 Boston crts 24s 13.00 Bibb 12 qt bklsS1.75 Leaf 4-5 bucrts S2.00. PARSLEY: Mkt. Steady crts 5 doz curly S4.50 to S5.00 Plain 54.00 to S4.S0. RADISHES: Mkt. Steady bkts 8. ctns reds 30-6 oz filmsSI.50. Fort Myers-I mmokalee Section : TOMATOES: Mkt. Steady 40 lb ctns 70 to 75 per cent more US No. 1 6-6 Igr S10.00 6-7 S8 00 7-7 $6 50 Fort Pierce Section: TOMATOES: Mkt. Steady 40 lb ctns 70 to 75 per cent more US No. 1 5-6 S9.00 to JI0 00 6-6 19 00 to SIO.OO 6.7 $8 00 to 19.00 7-7 $7.00. y ri icikicccmcki'c SPECIAL Indicated - Goniult Local erecatt FHP trooper F. L. Blanton. who is stationed in Fort Lauderdale, said he had attempted to catch the speeding sedan for more than 20 miles prior to the crash. Blanton said he was never able to close the gap enough in the heavy traffic for the operator of the northbound vehicle to realize he was being pursued. GTO" had been reported stolen sometime between 7 p.m. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday from the residence of a M. E. Cohen in suburban Miami. The license of the stolen vehicle was given as 1W-13624. Miss Daniels had not been able to get the license number of the car that fled her accident. Police estimated that Miss Daniels' auto had about $150 damage. Patrolman Carl Dixon investigated. Toll Collectors Lauded By Public BOCA RATON - Toll collectors here were voted the most courteous on Florida's Turnpike by motorists entering and leaving the turnpike. A pennant to be flown over the plaza for the next three months was presented to the Boca Raton collectors by Charles W. Rex Jr.. chairman of the Florida Turnpike Authority. The pennant is awarded each quarter to the toll plaza voted the most courteous by motorists using the turnpike. Jacksonville Cattle JACKSONVILLE (AP) - Florida cattle receipts at eight markets 5,000 compared 5,700 week ago. Slaughter steers: few standard 22.00-23.50. Heifers: good 500-800 lbs 23.00-24 00, standard 20 00-22.50. Cows: utility 17 00-20 50, cutter 15.00-18 00. Bulls: utility 2000-23.00. Calves: few choice 275-500 lbs 25.00-29.00, good 22.50-26 00. Vealers and 150-275 lb calves: good 28.00-35.00, standard 24.00-29.00. Feeder steer calves: choice 300-500 lbs 25.50-30.50, good 23.50-27.50, standard 21.50-25.00. Good 150-300 lbs 24.00-32.00, standard 24.00-28 00. Heifer calves: good 300-500 lbs 22,00-25.00, standard 19 00-22.00. Good 150-300 lbs 23.00-26 50, standard 21 00-24 50. Steers: tew choice 500-800 lbs 24.50-26.00, good 22.75-25.00, standard 21.00-23.50. Heifers: good 400-700 Ins 20.00-23.00, standard 350-600 lbs 17.50-21.00. Cows feeder and replacement: standard 16.00-19.75, utility 14.00-17.00. FREE 832-5194 regions. the Northern to continue Pacific JIM PICKARD AND THE COUNTRY ROAD RUNNERS Featuring JOKY WAYNK TRIO oki:i:t iiom:i: it it 630 Okeechobee ICoad COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSIC For Your Dancing & Listening Pleasure THllHS FHI., AND 8ATURDAY NIGHTS LYOIN-MCKEL CAFETERIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Beach line 1950 luncheon Specials daily except Sunday AT SINGER ISLANDS ONLY SUPPER CLUB mm 3 SHOWS 9-11-1 a.m. TUES. THRU SUN. SUPPER SHOW 9 P.M. DANCING NIGHTLY Talent Auditions Sun. 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As she looked down to see if the guinea pig had been injured in the collision, the other car sped away from the scene of the crash reportedly back east along Old Boynton Road. The possibility of the hit-and-run driver being in a stolen vehicle came to light at 10:03 a.m. with a teletype bulletin from the Dade County Public Safety Department that a "royal blue 1966 Pontiac DIMITMINT STORM Baked MACARONI and CHEESE Served with tasty . . . Choice of Vegetables COLE SLAW ROLL & BUTTER Cheese Cake 3.V nooi.t'0 RED GRILL Corned Beef and Cabbage (Lunch and Dinner) Salisbury Steak and Onions (Dinner only) Veal Cutlet Parmigiana (Dinner only) BELLE GLADE - The bodies of five victims of a truck-auto crash on Highway 27, about 7 miles south of South Bay Tuesday, have been positively identified, according to Florida Highway Patrol Trooper VV. C. Townsend. 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