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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 35

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Friday, November 22, 1968
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Palm Beach Post. Friday. Nov. 22. 1968 35 Builders Work On Solitron Plant Halted Pending Water Shortage Solution ' Oofo from U.S. wT7&3 JL i co, i 1 - about $200,000. he said. The company could drill wells to get water, but there is no way of determining whether the water would be satisfactory. Stetson said. The town commission is scheduled to meet at 7:30 Wednesday night to consider granting tri-Southern a rate increase. President Frank Wf ATHCR BUREAU - tSSA j vV Broedell said the rate increase would permit his company to borrow money to develop a new well field, improve the quality of the water, and serve the needs of other users. Appearing Monday night before town officials. Broedell and .attorney Herbert Gildan warned that the water situation is serious because one of the two wells the company has has started producing water so salty it had to be discontinued. The other well also shows sign of salinity . they said. At the Solitron plant site, workers said they might remain on the job several days to complete tasks now started because it would be more costly to abandon them than to continue. ed as unofficial until it is received in writing, possibly next week The County Health Department charged Wednesday that Solitron was proceeding with construction of the plant although its plans for sewage disposal did not meet requirements. Stetson said he presumed the county would receive written notification of state approval at the same time the company does. The problem now is that the town's water franchise holder. Tri-Southern litilities Inc. may not be able to deliver as much water as Solitron will need, and the company does not want to invest more money in the project until the water requirement has been solved. Solitron already has spent JiTITER - Because of a shortage of water, construction of the new Diant of Solitron Devices Inc.. here is being halted, a spokesman said Thursday. Architect John Stetson said William Kearns. manager of Solitron s Riviera Beach facilities, had ordered the work stoppage. Furthermore. Stetson said, work apparently will not be resumed until the company has an assurance that the amount of water it will require can be provided. The company received word Thursday afternoon from state health authorities at Jacksonville that its plan lor sewage and acid disposal would be satisfactory, the architect said. However, he added, that word would have to be regard figures Show High Temperature Expected for Daytime Friday Italaled Precipilorion Net Indicated-Cantult Local forecast Midwest. Snow flurries are expected in Maine, showers in Montana and some rain in Northern California. COLDER IN MIDWEST - It should be warmer today in the North Atlantic Coastal States and colder in the Upper Hit-Run Accident Victim Found Dead JFK Hospital Due For Huge Expansion "Because we are listed as a non-profit organization it does not mean we have to run the hospital at a loss." he added. Instead of profits going out in dividends, the money is' ploughed back into the lacili-ty." He said hospital costs will increase in spite of continued automation in various sec-lions. "We will never be able 'o replace the 'tender loving care" of nurses with robots. " commented Johnson. "The cost of hospitalization is about $ii0 a dav. but you should remember that ib" service is ollered24hoursaday." The hospital, and its rehabilitation section, contain enough beds lor 24ti patients. Johnson said that the high proportion ol aged patients called tor the rehabilitation center. They need a longer convalescent period." Johnson said, "and tree beds lor acute cases. We have had 80 per cent success in rehabilitating patients and preparing them tor a 'Meaningful lile. or employment." ! i5i 1 1 ii United Fund Surpasses Vero's Goal YERO BEACH - The L'nited Fund of Indian River County inched its way over its $78,522 goal Wednesday (Nov 20 allernoon according to an announcement by A. Richard Todd. L'F General Campaign Chairman Todd reported that S78.53b.18 had been pledged as of Wednesday afternoon. Largest contributor to this year's United Fund Campaign was Piper Aircraft Corporation. The company and its employees together pledged $21.454. 56 to this year's drive. An additional $3,937.29 in pledges from the company and Piper employees living in St. Lucie County were earmarked for the St. Lucie County United Fund. No breakdown between companv and employee pledges was given in the announcement. Todd also announced that, for the first time, the employees of three organizations in Indian River County had pledged "Fair Share" in this year's L'F Campaign. Contributing to the success of the 1969 Campaign through their "Fair Share" pledge were Florida First National Bank and Dod-gertovvn. The third was Frist Federal Savings and Loan Association. The cleanup part of, the campaign is now in progress according to Todd. He requested all L'F Volunteers to complete their work as soon as possible and turn in all campaign material to the United Fund Office at 1006 20th Place. One-Day Tax Seminar Slated A one-day tax seminar, sponsored by the Agricultural Extension Service and the Florida Accountants Association, will be held Dec. 11 in the Mounts Building. 531 N. Military Trail. West Palm Beach. The seminar will begin at 8:45 a.m.. covering the changes in tax forms and regulations. Those who prepare tax returns are invited to attend. PRINTED HANGERS?!? 832-0211 MOOKK HAVKN - Anyone seeing a dark-painted auto with a damaged front and missing chrome stnppings is asked to contact Sheriil Roy l.undy's office or the Ilighwav I'atrol. in connection with hit and run death ot Bacilio Fuentes Roman. Roman. 42. a Puerto Rican tomato picker, was lound dead oil the east shoulder of Highway 27 about two miles west ol here. Lundv said the body ol the apparent traffic victim was lound about 9 a.m. Thursday, bv a passing motorist. James Crane, who resides near I'almdale. Ml PEPARTMENT STORES Breaded PORK STEAK 1 1!) Srn rtl uilh ttisly . . . Whipped Potatoes Choice of Vegetables Roll & Butter Apple Pie ' HUOM O - HH .KIU Weather Table By Associated Press Albuquerque 61 29 Amanllo . . 7! 35 Asheville 52 23 Atlanta 25 Birmingham 56 25 Bismarck 53 37 Boise 51 39 Boston 42 34 Buttalo 36 29 Burlington 32 22 Oarlot'e 47 21 Chicago 58 29 Cincinnati 49 22 Cleveland 45 27 Columbus 47 25 Denver 62 30 Des Momes 58 33 Detroit 49 28 r 11 HI! liteeo B.iv a 27 tli-lrna i Ili.Muiii 71,iiiilii ")1 24 .I'iniMii :t:t 2ti K.insis fit1. H7 15 l.iltle Hiirk SH 111 1.H- raeli- 78 LimumiIL- V. 2.1 l.injiii''tc li 28 M.-nmhi. : Milu.iiikcv " 2 Mpl-SI I'.iul 4 29 iu Origin- Mi :I4 V "lurk 15 12 Oklnh'H'i.i ''it 7n 17 llin.ihd "-' M I'hilaiMphla I 2S I'hiicnix 77 511 1'iiKbilich 28 PnHl.iml Me 18 28 l'"rt,iml i in- 55 18 II ik-iBh 5n 18 Kiihmnnd 18 211 SI Linn- 85 12 S.ili Like I'm IS 22 s m r 5i 52 S..iUle 54 45 !h 12 Kilnmnt'in ri',1 111 22 '1 15 Jury Clears Physician BAINBKIDGE. Ga. iL'PIi A jury of 12 white men deliberated for less than one hour Thursday before finding a 79-year-old Negro physician innocent on charges of murdering an aborted child. Dr. J. H. Griffin took the stand during the two day trial to make an unsworn statement denying the charge as "absolutely unthinkable. I couldn't do it and wouldn't do it.'' The state contended Griffin performed an abortion on a woman, then threw the baby into an incinerator in the back yard ol the Griffin hospital and clinic in Bambridge. The Negro physician last week was found guilty on one abortion charge involving a former student at Florida Slate University and acquitted on two others. He still faces two other abort ion counts. "I cannot conceive that anyone can say that a mwn who has given 53 years of his life to saving lives and helping people could destroy a cry ing, living child by putting it in an incinerator." Griffin said. Defamation Suit Lost : Lantana builder Donald Lil-1 ienthal has lost a $20,000 defa- mation suit against the Town of Lantana. it was revealed Thursday. Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge Culver Smith dismissed the suit against the city without comment in his order. Lilienthal. who filed the suit earlier, claimed hi reputation had been damaged by the town's posting ot a "det una-"ory notice" regarding health conditions at the site ot his Lake Cove East Apartment complex He charged city officials have threatened to halt construction of the complex in an effort to force him into installing sewer lines from his private street to the town sewer system. The builder contended that he is only responsible for sewerage connections to the street and that individual ome owners collectively are responsible for :c.ver connections from the street to town property. Hitchhikers Killed MANILA (CPU - A truck plowed into a crowd of hitchhikers at Vinzons 120 miles south of Manila Thursday. Police said five were killed and five injured, two of them seriously 221 ROYAL PAIM WAY PALM BEACH RESERVATIONS 655-3031 A Dining Tradition in the Palm Beaches and Quaque, L.I. for a quarter ') a .ihlury. OPEN EVERY NIGHT FROM 5 PM to 1 AM Continental Cuisine Prime Steaks Seafood PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS vi;i 1 8 P.M.-S A.M. 7 D, . A Wli - LAKE WORTH r SEAFOOD RESTAURANT FEATURES FRI. ... X I .: Free Carlting CHEF CHAR OF THE TOrVtKJ. presents his special Command $4 WorinaiM FULL CPVRSE DINNERS THURSDAYS "Suppentopt" Boiled Beef and Chicken-in-pot Horse Radish Sauce NIGHT OWL RESTAURANT Stop, Frisk Law Passed ST. PETERSBURG L PI i The City Council passed an ordinance Thursday giving police the power to stop and frisk any persons he has reason to fear mav endanger his life. The ordinance will take effect in 20 days. Under the new law. a police officer may stop any person in a public place who he believes may be committing, have committed, or is about to commit a felony. He then can ask the person his name, address and for an explanation of what he is doing. The officer has reason to believe his life is in danger from the person, he then may search him for dangerous weapons. 'Had Timing' Gi nze en David South. 53. of 1070 Bimini Lane. Riviera Beach, is a cinch to win the bad timing award. South was northbound on Perimeter Road near Belvedere Road about noon Thursday when a traffic light' suddenly changed from green to yellow. The car in front of South stopped, but according to police. South didn't and plowed into the rear ol a car driven by acting highway safely director lor Palm Beach County. Lawrence Jessie Yates. 47. ol 836 Almena Road. South s luck was still bad. A witness to the accident was Sherilt's Deputy Herman Hidgeway who was stopped at the Belvedere Road traffic signal. Neither driver was injured .and damages were estimated at under $150. police said. West Palm Beach Patrolman William Urban charged South with careless driving causing an accident. lo 8:00 P.M. - Daily and Sunday AIR C()l)ITIOi:n hi m-3U. ml i wiurNiuni SIRLOIN STEAK O OC HUSH PUPPIES AiJ STEAKS SERVED NIGHTLY Cocktail Lounge A Packag Store opart to 5 A.M. M. 1 101 N. DIXIE I It I II) MIKIMI' larlar -nuee .... Phonp 832-rIH.1 Olive Avr. at Helcr Briilce DELRAY HEIDELBERG W II lilt K???? 2SIIOHSNHilirLY-S:3ei "llJII I'M tt'iilurtli)! ( nmrtiv. StUffinf! tltltlvrs. "IT'S A BALI, YOU'll 10VE IT" Plut Out Fomout Good Food Gcman or Amertcon Dinneti "THE ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND" For reservations 330 So. FEDERAL HWY. 27 8 -07 5 5 DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA Closed Mondays Sunday Dinners Open 2 PM LAKE WORTH - James Johnson, administrator ol John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital. Thursday revealed plans tor a $3 million expansion in the summer ol 19. The expansion, which will call tor another tloor at the hospital, will provide 100 additional beds. Johnson was addressing members of the Lake Worth Civic Council. The council includes representatives of all civic and fraternal groups in the city. He told the group that the cost of construction represented $30,000 for each bed added to the hospital. Johnson said the money could be borrowed, or obtained by donation, while he emphasized the non-profit status of the hospital. onuToming Parade Held STUART - More than 40 .chicles decorated cars and 'oats will participate in Martin County High School s homecoming parade at 2 in. today, principal Clitlord i ollins said Thursday. Rollins said the parade would begin at the Stuart Junior High School area on Kast 'cean Boulevard, continue to 'he intersection ot Colorado Avenue and along Colorado Avenue and stop at the First National Bank. Homecoming queen is Beth and princesses are Alamo Gomex. Lynn Lanni and Barbara Kanarek Pro-game festivities begin at 7:20 p.m. at the lootball held The Tigers play Okeechobee with tiie kickott at S p in. Hoca Hand I nit To Hold Hcnefit BOCA RATON - The Boca Raton High School Band Parents' Association will sponsor a benefit spaghetti dinner today at the high school cafeteria, according to Mrs. Lois Magnon. secretary. The dinner will be served from 4:30 to 8 p in. Take-out orders will be available to those bringing containers. Mrs. Magnon announced. 288 SO. COUNTY RD. 3 ROAST PRIME RIBS Of BEEF SOUTHERN FRIED or BBQ CHICKEN FILET MIGNON S2.95 KM I Bill CLARK AT THE HAMMOND MUSIC I P.M. Till Roman was last seen about ll p.m. Wednesday bv police chief T. B. Davis, who told the sheriil the man was walking in the highway ne ar where his body was found. I.undv said there was dark blue paint on the clothing of the victim. There were also several small bits of chrome stripping believed to be from the death vehicle found at the scene. On the request of the sheriil. state attorney Frank Schaub. of Bradenton. dispatched Robert Osterling. an investigator tor his office, to assist in the death probe. I'ittman said he was assisted in the initial investigation bv Fill' homicide investigator Bobby Murdock. County judge A. E. Wells empaneled a Coroner's jury, who checked the scene, and ruled Roman had come to his death at the hands ol a person, or persons, unknown. ill H'KK OK I'RIMK KIBS and SEAFOOD SPECIAL MbNU won TWO DINNERS for ONE PRICE! Served between 5-6 P.M. Exceot Holidays 7Q9.07A1 1 90S South Federal Hwy. goynton Beam J i ' 1 S. Dixie W.P.B. Whole, Roasted, Young TUKKKY 12 lb. guaranteed un-cooked wt. ready for your THkS(.tl(. DIVMIt Skillfully prepared by our chef only 1 1199 1U SPECIAL ALL TAKE OUT PIES ONLY $1.00 TURKEY ORDERS TAKEN before 25, 68 will receive first pie turkey for only 59' lake CMadne'lRocnTt SPECIAL Al l. DUINkS V PRICE 5 to 6 P.M. Daily lliil & (.old linn il' Orurrn Sirred it tlA all C.m ktmh Nymans I urii! SI 25 LYON-NICKKL CAFKTKKIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Beach since 1950 luncheon Specials daily except Sunday Hi CaAaj matchless y 132 N. COUNTY RD. PALM BEACH pfijy Atross Irom Poramounl THEAFRE Shrimp Newberg an Rite (Dinner only) Spaghetti and Meatballs (Dinner only) Chicken Ala King, Rice (Dinner only) 11:30 A.M. lo i: 1 5 P.M. - 4:30 P.M. O'f.'.Y )I:AR ROl'M) PALM COAST PLAZA 7925 PLUS C',S Dossing 1 qt. S&S Gravy ALL Nov. with 4 tr A WJ OKEECHOBEE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT AND DINING ROOM 2834 OKEECHOBEE RD. PH. OV 3-9996 NOW OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. - 9 P.M. SERVING BREAKFAST-LUNCH-DINNER BENNY'S RESTAURANT S DELICATESSEN ft ls"msr5 ' wren umiii i i m f T-B0NE OR 1 - CAT FISH & AU YOU CAN EAT 2.00 CHARCOAL BROILED T-B0NE OR SIRL0N STEAK 2.25 BAR B-QUID RIBS I.7S - CLUB STEAK 1.50 CHICKEN, BROILED, FRIED OR BAR-B-QUED 1.50 ORDERS TO TAKE OUT - AU KINDS OF SANDWICHES COCKTAILS - PACKAGE GOODS SOLD Til 1 A.M. WE CRACKERS. YOOi AM) THE GAG MARINA INN Pa M BEACH 1 OLD PIT barbeque 0N the the FASHIONED SPARE RIBS $4 PORK or BEEF I FRESH FLA. LOBSTER FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP SCALLOPS AND DFVIIfD CRABS DELM0NIC0 STEAKS $3.75 1 H 113 33? 1 5 .Q (formerly George Washington Fluid) Daily Dinner SPECIALS Saf., Nov. 23 Veal Cutlet, Italian Style Sun., Nov. 24 Chicken and Dumplings Mon., Nov. 25 Hungarian Beef Goulash Tues., Nov. 26 Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, Au jus Wed., Nov. 27 Baked Lasagna, en Casserole Thurs. Nov. 28 See Special Thanksgiving Day Ad Fri., Nov. 29 Broiled Fresh Dolphin, lemon Butter ALSO Roast Beef every night, in addition to the above specials. INCLUDES CHOICE OF APPETIZER. POTATO, $ Q Q C VEGETABLE, SALAD, DESSERT and BEVERAGEI J J I'lhM) ()ffWfNM(,lll tl H.III in addition to our regular Gourmet Menu WEDNESDAYS Corned Beef and Cabbage (Complimentary Beer) Sans Souci Hotel 350 S. Oceon Blvd. in the heart of Palm Beach Invites You To Try Our FABULOUS BUFFET LUNCHEONS Served Daily 11:30 AM To 2:30 PM $2" Supervision Noted Palm Beach Che( John Bennet Why Not Rendezvous At The New FLAMBOYANT SUPPER CLUB & LOUNGE RALPH STRAIN AT THE PIANO Superb gourmet cuisine Succulent lobster tails Steaks supreme Dinner served 6 to 1 1 p.m. lounge open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. We also offer a Complete Catering Service for your WEDDING, PARTIES, BANQUETS, CLUBS, SOCIAL and CIVIC GATHERINGS Far Reservations and Catering Call Mr. Duhon OPEN DAILY 11-2 P.M. SERVING MEALS OR SANDWICHES fHE SWINGING SOUNDS OF WITH THE SCINTILLATING SONG STYLING OF DICK SCOTT FRI-SAT NiTl DINNER Captaia'd. Dining Hoom i to P.M. Daily 12 mo to f P.M. Sunday OPEN All DAY SUNDAY HOTCH HIUIARO OWNER 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 ;l rancho MARINA INN Flagler Drive at 1st St. . . . West Palm Beach - 8261 N. MILITARY TRAIL 1 '7 MILE NORTH Of BLUE HERON Phone 832-8191 833-9701 Wf PREPARE ORDERS . POR TAKE OUT

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