The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 23, 1968 · Page 19
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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, November 23, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 23, 1968-19 Three Jailed On Charge Of Narcotics Possession Walking Catfish 'Invade ' Session Of Downtown Lions At Marina Inn STOW TIME A trio of 21-year-old Kansas men were being held this morning in Palm Beach County Jail on charges of illegal possession of narcotics following their appearance in Palm Beach Municipal Court Friday on concealed weapon charges. Thomas Michael Thompson, Frank Warren Wray and James O'Dell Justice, all of McPherson, Kan., pleaded guilty to the weapon charges and were fined $100 each by Judge Beatrice Fitterer. The three were arrested Thursday by Patrolman S. L. By H.Y. White Staff Wri'er The "walking catfish" walked right into the meeting of the Downtown Lions Club Friday at the Marina Inn. Vern Ogilvie, fish biologist with the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission AT SINGER ISLANDS ONLY SUPPER CLUB over our native fish bv competition." Ogilvie said." "They have already done so in some places. This is bad. very bad. I prefer bass and bream." He added that Florida has more exotic species of fish and animals than any other state except Hawaii. O. E. Phillips Jr. reported on the radio project that the club is starting, with a goal of $1,800 for the club. Phillips named the following as team captains: Dr. Willard F. An-de. Ben Wolfson. Marshal Wells. Nelson Boykin. Richard Prendergast. Robert L. Newhartand A. V. Magill. Bomb Scare Delays Jet "They are imported from Africa and Asia where they are an important food. The reason for this is that they don't have refrigeration in many parts and can keep these fish two or three days by keeping them damp. "By the way, they are less fishy and have no fish taste. "The species in Africa grow five to six feet long and weigh up to 50 and 60 pounds." Samples of the fish have been sent to the University of New York at Buffalo. N.Y.. where their blood change in going from water to land is being studied. They are also being used by western colleges for underwater research. The scientific name of these fish is Clarias Batrachus. "I am afraid these will take spoke on "Walking Catfish." showed slides of them and reported that he is cooperating with the National Geographic Magazine in writing an article on the fish to appear in the June. 1969. issue. He also displayed three live walking catfish, allowed them to walk, just as he did on the Johnny Carson Show on television. Years ago, Ogilvie said, the walking catfish, albino, were imported to Florida for aquariums. However, they are reverting to their natural gray color. Three years ago a few escaped from Deerfield Beach and spread over Broward County and the southern part of Palm Beach County. Ogilvie said that they can stay out of water for 12 hours, or longer if it rains. "They seek the shade during the day to avoid the sun as it burns their skin as it does any albino," he said. "The grav walking catfish will survive but the albino can be easily detected and caught. They reach a size of up to two feet long. TAMPA (UPI) - An Eastern Airlines DC9 en route from Miami to Chicago was searched here for a bomb Friday and then allowed to go on its way after the search proved futile. The plane, with 40 passengers and a crew of four, had stops here and at Cincinnati. It was searched after Eastern's reservations clerk re ceived a call from an unidentified woman who said she had overheard two men talking about a bomb on an Eastern Airlines plane scheduled to leave Tampa about 4. The only Eastern flight scheduled to leave in this general time area was the one from Miami and deputies found nothing. The FBI was investigating the incident. North, who stopped to question them after noticing their car parked across a sidewalk in the 500 block of Northwood Road. North said a hunting knife was partially concealed on the front seat of the car and illegal pills were found in a box in the glove compartment. Two Ohio residents were fined $50 each on vagrancy charges and are also wanted for leaving a local hotel without paying their bill. William James Orr Jr., 19, of Columbus and Gary Lee Bevington, 22, of Alliance were questioned by Patrolman Gary Hill. Hill said Orr was also wanted by the U.S. Navy on a desertion charge. Henrietta Mai Smith, 29, of 133 N. Marie Drive was found guilty of writing a worthless check in the amount of $30. Donald E. Sullivan, employed at the Food Fair Store at 1801 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., testified that he had contacted Mrs. Smith three times before seeking a warrant for her arrest. Mrs. Smith was fined $125. An 18-year-old Belle Glade girl, Marilyn Johnson, who listed her occupation as "model" on police records, posted $500 bond just prior to the court session. She was charged with prostitution after her arrest at 12:15 a.m. Friday in the 100 block of Datura Street by city vice detectives. Her trial was set for Dec. 9 at 9 a.m. Second Chess Contest Set LAKE WORTH - Kenneth Embler. reigning champion of the Palm Beach County Open Chess Tournament, will be defending his title this weekend in the Second Annual tourney. Embler will face tough opposition during the tournament, which will be held today and Sunday starting at 10 a.m. at Holiday Inn, 2770 S. Ocean Blvd. Charles Musgrove. William Oneby. William Minter, Robert Montague. James McLean. Shirl Solomon, Joseph Walyus and Joseph Lesco provide the opposition. Registration for players will be 9 a.m. in the Surf Room of the Holiday Inn. County Commission Chairman E. F. Van Kessel will present the Palm Beach County Commissioners Cup at 5 p.m. Sunday to the winner. 221 ROYAL PALM WAY enjoy MAMA GILDA'S I IM S! 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