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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 23, 1968-21 Not Music Maritime States Advised 7wn TT Data from U.S. To Form Organization lain WIATHfU lUXlAU . MA Snow C?-y-:fj Snow Lilly sJCTrV FlgurM Show High Ttmporoturtt lxpctd For Daytlm Saturday Ult frxlpif lion Not Weather Table By Associated Press Albuquerque 62 30 Anwillo 75 35 Asheville 64 35 Atlanta 61 30 Birmingham 61 32 Bismarck 59 30 Boise 53 45 OS Boston 41 37 01 Buffalo 47 41 Ol Burlington, Vt 31 30 .05 Charleston. S C 66 42 Charleston, W.Va 57 40 Charlotte, 64 29 Chicago 59 38 Cincinnati 61 30 Cleveland 41 35 Columbus 55 32 Denver 65 29 Des Moines 62 26 Detroit 51 34 Duluth 37 20 Fairbanks 3 -I Green Bay 48 39 Helena 53 32 Honolulu 87 73 Houston 75 51 Indianapolis 59 30 Juneau 37 33 07 Kansas City 69 33 Little Rock 75 36 Los Angeles 74 52 Louisville 66 30 Marquette 38 34 Memphis 71 35 Milwaukee 51 33 Mpls-St Paul 55 31 New Orleans 67 34 New York 54 38 Oklahoma City 73 39 Omaha 66 35 Philadelphia 55 35 Phoenix 78 47 Pittsburgh 53 38 Portland, Me 46 29 .02 Portland, Ore 59 46 . 27 Raleigh 70 30 Richmond 66 34 St. Louis 65 33 Salt Lake City 49 28 San Fran 59 51 Seattle 54 4 7 1 2 Spokane 48 41 .18 Washington ... 62 34 CANADA Edmonton 43 V Montreal 37 3: .15 Winnipeg 40 23 FLORIDA Apaiachicpla 63 41 Clewiston 70 49 Daytona Beach 64 39 Fort Lauderdale 72 53 Fort Myers 72 45 Gainesville 64 32 Homestead 72 47 Islamorada 72 57 Jacksonville 67 35 Lakeland 66 43 Naples 75 44 caie 72 28 Jrlando 68 40 '.t. Petersburg 67 48 "allahassee 67 27 Tampa 68 39 Vero Beach 72 48 West Palm Beach 73 51 Miami 75 51 (APtirtpbola) Upper Great Lakes and Cooler weather is expected the Northern Plains Mississippi Valley to Plains. TODAY'S WEATHER - Rain and snow showers are forecast today from parts of the Pacific Northwest to the Northern Rockies. It will be milder from Texas through the Gulf Rumored $500 Million School Bond Disavowed TALLAHASSEE. (AP) -Democratic legislative leaders denied Friday they were considering a bond issue of up to $500 million for higher education construction and said they doubted the figure would be anywhere near that high. Senate President John Mathews and House Speaker Fred Schultz. both Jacksonville Democrats, said they wanted to move slowly in taking advantage of the general obligation bonding powers of the revised constitution. Gov. Claude Kirk confirmed that a bond issue for higher education needs and other construction projects was under consideration but he gave no indication of the total amount. The St. Petersburg Times reported Friday that Kirk and legislative leaders were thinking in terms of a bond issue which could be as high as $500 million. Both Mathews and Schultz said they believed the figure Driver Fined $150 On A Riviera Beach man. Kenneth Estees Tucker, was convicted in Palm Beach County Magistrate Court Friday of driving while intoxicated and al zone issues. It could be im-. portant to you and helpful in Washington." observed Wenk. executive secretary of the National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering Development which assists the President in managing marine science affairs. "We will still have individual voices of different states," he predicted in an address, "but the voice of 23 or 30 states speaking in unity will be heard more clearly" at the federal level. In an interview earlier, Wenk predicted a commission charged with recommending long-range national policy for exploiting the seas will ask Congress in January to form a new federal agency to consolidate civilian oceanic programs. Wenk. who has been working with the blue-ribbon Marine Science Commission created by Congress in 1966 to chart a national oceanic course, said he is certain "they will make a recommendation for a new federal agency that will have greater muscle than the present setup." The nation's ocean program is now a generally uncoordinated effort split among 11 different agencies. The new ocean agency to be recommended in a report to Congress and the President Jan. 9 would be "far less centralized'' on a federal level than is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the marine adviser said. It would not be a "super agency," he said, but would permit the Navy to continue overseeing its defense role and have "strong ties" to private industry, state governments and other nonfederal interests, allowing them to help plan and carry out a national oceanic program. Base Station Bids Opened The Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District at West Palm Beach opened bids Thursday for 21 two-way mobile radios (100 watts) and one 50-watt base station desk set. General Electric of Miami was apparent low bidder for the 21 mobile radios at $11,959.50. General Electric was also apparent low bidder for the base station with $814.-50. The trade-in allowance of $118 will make a net bid of $696.50. The base station will be installed at the Flood Control District's West Palm Beach field station on Gun Club Road. Radio Corporation of America of Camden. N.J. bid $13,335 on the mobile radios with no bid on the base station. Motorola of Hollywood bid $13,618 -50 for the mobile radios and $905 for the base station less a $100 allowance making a net of $805. Communications Co of Coral Gables bid $19,467 for the mobile radios with no bid for the base station. Early Stuart Audit Release Is Urged STUART - Early release of the City of Stuart audit has been urged by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce board of directors, the chamber office announced Friday. The chamber board voted to contact Gov. Claude Kirk's office and request that "when word is released from Tallahassee that the audit of the books of City of Stuart is completed that it be made public immediately." An audit of the city's books has been under way since last August. Auditors left City Hall this week, but acting City Manager Edwin Glasscock said he didn't know if the audit is complete. Official Visit ROME (LPr - Romanian Foreign Minister Corneliu Ma-nescu arrived here Friday Irom Bucharest on his way to Turkey lor an official visit. MIAMI. (API - A top marine advisor to the President urged coastal states Friday to unite in advancing their oceanic interests, and predicted states will have a voice in the national program to exploit the seas. "It would be unusual and unprecedented for coastal states to recognize that in unity there is strength." Dr. Edward Wenk Jr. told representatives of 18 governors meeting here to consider forming a maritime states organization. "Such an association could act as a focal point for state interest and activity on coast- Panthers Probed WASHINGTON (AP-Senate investigators have been gathering information about the activities of the Black Panthers and other militant groups in the San Francisco area. "I've had a few men out there for the last couple of weeks." said Jerome S. Ad-lerman. general counsel of the Senate Permanent Investigations subcommittee. Adlerman said the subcommittee, under the chairmanship of Sen. John L. McClel-lan. D-Ark., has not definitely set any public hearings but hearings will be held after Congress reconvenes next month. The investigation in the San Francisco area, Adlerman said, is part of the inquiry the Senate directed the subcommittee to make into riots and other civil disorders. He declined to name any of the investigators at work in the San Francisco area. He said they are due to return here this weekend but may stay a while longer. The Mayor of San Francisco, Joseph Alioto, called for a grand jury investigation of the Black Panthers after the shooting of three policemen, but Adlerman said the Senate investigation is unrelated to this. He said militant groups have been more active in the San Francisco and Oakland area recently than anywhere else, but the subcommittee's investigation of their activities is not limited to that area. Schools Offer Drawing Course A ten-week adult course in drawing and painting will be offered by Palm Beach County Schools beginning Tuesday, according to Paul L. Phillips, director of adult and veteran education. The course, which will be held at the Palm Beach Recreation Center, will include instruction in charcoal, pen and ink. Tempra, collage and mono-printing. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Tuesdays at the new arts and crafts building, south of the Seaview Tennis Courts. Palm Beach Recreation Center, Gertrude Gordon, who has taught adult art classes in the area for nine years and is a certified art instructor, will teach the course. A small registration fee will be charged for the course, payable the first day. Contact the Office of Adult and Veteran Education. Palm Beach County Schools, for further information. Crabtree Given Road Contract The Crabtree Construction Co, of West Palm Beach has been awarded a road contract from the Stateof Florida. The job. in Collier County, calls for reconstruction of 1.027 miles of Davis Boulevard between U.S. 41 and State RoadS-858. Crabtree was low bidder with $531,204. To His Ears i A West Halm Beach mobile home owner decided Friday he could no longer put up with another "bark or snarl" and subsequently filed a complaint for an injunction in Circuit Court to remove the nuisance to the wide open spaces. W. H. Holaday and his wife Ann. of 5952 Elmhurst Rd.. claim that since early this year. Roland Jenkins, a neighbor has been keeping 14 German Shepherd dogs which have been "running, jumping, barking and snarling all over the place." Holaday claimed the dogs, a .so-called "public nuisance." have leaped four-foot fences, knocked over garbage, fought with one another and "emitted offensive odors" much to the chagrin of the neighborhood. He contended he and his wife are "very nervous" as a result of their actions, and asked that they be removed. Holaday said efforts to have the canines removed by complaints to various county agencies have proved to no avail. Palm Beach Lawyer To Speak On Wills Kobert 0. Rogers of Palm Beach will be among 10 lawyers who will speak on all aspects of estate planning and will drafting in Pensacola today. The Bar Association is sponsoring 11 similar sessions throughout the state including West Palm Beach. LEGAL NOTICES .o.:i(4l NOTH. fc Ofr SALK TO WHOM I'I'MAYCONL'EKN: You art hereby notitied that the tol-lowing motor vehicle, 19i5 Ford -Identuuation number f.IH4Xll49 will be sold at public sale at W:0u on the mh dav ol November. 1X. at H4 South Dixie. West Halm Beach, Florida. The proceeds ot the sale will be applied to the payment ol the cost ol retaking, storing and sale ol said molar vehicle and the cost ol publication ol notice ol sale, and then to the satis-taction ot the ba'uiice due under the contract with huward and Nancy UoldOerK. 35OT Catalina Rd.. Lake Park. Klorula, covenn4 the financing ol said motor vehicle. Any surplus win be paid to you and you win remain liable lor any balance remaining unpaid under said contract, -s- Frank W. House Atlantic Discount Co., Inc. 3014 South Dixie, West Palm Beach. Fla. Pud.: November M.1H No. 29H9 NOTICE VNDKR FICTITIOUS NAMKLAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of OCKAN PATIO APARTMENTS at number 4517 So. Ocean Blvd., in the Citv of Highland Beach, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of PALM BEACH. Florida. Dated at Fort Lauderdale. Florida, this tith day of November. 19ti8. -s-Joseph F. Atanasio -s- MargaretT. Atannio Jansen. Cobb. Haines A Baxter Jack A. Baxter Attorney for Applicant 4530 North Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, Florida Pub.: Nov, 9, 16, 2:i. 31). 1968'. No. .SUM NOTICE OF SPECIAL REFERENDUM ELECTION ToBrHrldOn Tuesday. December 10, IW8 in the TOWN OF PALM BEACH SHORES, FLORIDA As required bv Chapter 6H-124, Laws of Florida. Extra-ordinary Session 1X. the Town Commission ol Palm Beach Shores, Florida passed the following Resolution calling (or a special referendum election: RESOLUTION NO. 104 RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN OF PALM BEACH SHORES AUTHORIZING A SPECIAL REFERENDUM ELECTION AS REQUIRED BY CHAPTER 68 124, LAWS OF FLORIDA. EXTRA-ORDINARY SESSION 1968; STATING PURPOSE AND DATE OF ELECTION DESIGNATING THE POLLING PLACE AND DIRECTING PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF SAID ELECTION BY THE TOWN CLERK. WHEREAS, the legislature of the State of Florida enacted Chapter 68-' 124, Laws of Florida, Extraordinary 1 Session latin, which amended Chapter 2479'.!. Laws ol Florida. Special Acts ol 1947. Sub-section ah) 1 ai of Section 3. Article V. for the purpose of deleting the words "negotiable coupon" and providing ror a maximum Interest on municipal bonds issued at six per centum per annum: and WHEREAS, the alorementioned Chapter 68-124 became law on July 24. 1968 and required a majority vote of the electors of the Town in a referendum election to vote on said act with-,in six months from Us effective date NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RE ISOLVED that a special referendum election will be held in the Tuwn o( Palm Beach Shores to vote on Chapter 68 124. Laws ol Florida, Extra-ordinary Session 1968. which amends 'Chapter 24792. Laws ol Florida, Special Acts of 1947. Sub section (301 la) . ol Section ,'t. Article V, bv deleting the words "negotiable coupon," and provides for a maximum of six per centum per annum interest rate on bonds issued bv the Town BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that said election will be held on Tuesday, the loth day of Dei ember. 1968. The gulling place designated Is the Palm each Shores Town Hall, 247 Edwards Lane, Palm Beach Shores, Florida. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Douglas A. Linton, and Russell E. Whetstone are hereby appointed as inspectors, and Patrick J O'Hara is appointed as clerk for the purpose ol ' (his election. In the event any one or ' more of these persons is unable to serve In his respective capacity, the Town Commission shall have the authority to appoint a qualilied substi-1 lutewithout lurthernntice. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that (he Town Clerk is authorized and directed to publish notice ol the special referendum election once a week lor four consecutive weeks in a newspa per ol general circulation in the Town prior to the date ol said election, and lo post notice of said election in ten prominent places throughout the Town. DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED this 24th day ot October, 1H. C J Wolfe. Mavor Walter M. Dillon J L Rianhard Frank W Mencik GusC Drut ATTEST: Ernest L Abel. Town Clerk The polls at said election will be open (rom 7 : 00 o'clock A M until 7:00 0 clock P M of the same day. and all duly registered electors ol the Town are eligible to vote in said election Registration books maintained by the Town Clerk ol the Town ol Palm Beach Shores, at the Town Hall. 247 Edwards Lane. Palm Beach Shores. Florida, w ill be closed at 5'im o'clock P M on the 12th dav ol November. 1968 The purpose ol the proposed .intendment Is to strike Irom the above cited section of the Town Charter the words "negotiable coupon." The present Town Charter limits the Town to the issuance of negotiable coupon bonds only. This amendment will give the Town more latitude in determining what type ol bonds should be issued after they are law-'ullv approved by referendum. The ecnnd purpose for the amendment is 0 raise the maximum interest rate Tom 4 per centum per annum too per entum per annum to insure market-ibihlv of anv bonds dulv authorized bv a freeholder's referendum Dated this 8th dav ot November. 1968 Ernest L Abel Town Clerk Angus J Campbell Town Attorney-1401 Harvev Building West Palm Beach. Florida Pub. Nov. 9. Id. 23. 30.1 And Funerals While the 18-state conference here was laying groundwork for forming a waritime states organization, no formal charter was expected to be drawn up or voted upon until after a similar meeting including other coastal states is held in Oregon next month. In a first sign of unity, however, representatives attending the conference Friday passed a resolution urging President- elect Nixon to support the national oceanic program and see to it that no hiatus occurs in its progress during the transition with the Johnson administration. Bogus Bill Trio Guilty CHICAGO (AP - Three men were convicted Friday for their part in a nationwide counterfeiting ring which Secret Service agents said circulated more than $1 million in bogus bills since 1963. A sealed verdict returned Thursday night after nine hours of jury deliberation was read in U.S. District Court. John B. Conte, 43, of Cleveland, James A. Ciconte. 29, of Melrose Park, 111., and Peter Vole Jr., 29, of Mundelein. 111., were found guilty of passing and possessing part of the $1,306,500 in false money. The three men, among 22 members of the ring arrested in the Chicago area, will be sentenced Dec. 5. Eleven members of the ring pleaded guilty earlier and have received sentences ranging from three years probation to 15 years in prison. Eight others are awaiting trial. Conte was described by the government during the trial as the ringleader. Testimony showed that Conte sold $600.-000 in bogus bills in 1964 and 1965 to other members of the ring for 4 '2 per cent of their lace value. Conte is serving a five-year prison term in Terre Haute. Ind.. for interstate transportation of stolen goods. Deaths ROY DERBYSHIRE BOCA RATON - Rov Derbyshire. 62. of 432 N.W. 31 St. died Friday. Survivors include his wife, Josephine; a son, Lee of New York City; two sisters and three brothers. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. at Kraaer Funeral Home Chapel, Boca Raton, where services will be held Monday. WILLIAM BERNARD HOUSTON LAKE PARK - William Bernard Houston, 71, of 823 W. Kalmia Dr.. died Thursday in Okeechobee. Survivors include his wife, Ruth H.; a son, William B. of Yellow Springs, Ohio, and two granddaughters. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Royal Palm Cemetery. Northwood Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. CHARLES LAINE LAKE WORTH - Charles Laine, 80. of 32 S. Buffalo St., died Friday. Survivors include his wife, Aino. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at the chapel. JOHN SYLVESTER LAYTON VERO BEACH - John Sylvester Layton, 79. of Blossom Acres Trailer Park, died Thursday. Survivors include his wife. Anna; four sons, Clifton of Vero Beach, Carl of Lincoln, Neb., Lawrence of Holdrige, Neb., and Alva of Torrance, Calif.; and two sisters. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Cox-Gifford-Baldwin Funeral Chapel, Vero Beach. DAVID R. WATSON BOCA RATON - David R. Watson, 66. of 458 Areca Palm Rd.,died Friday. Survivors include his wife, Irene; three sons, Robert of Fort Lauderdale, and Gregory and Tommy of Boca Raton; and two daughters Deborah and Jill, both of Boca Raton. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Lorne-Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. lnjlcnd - Comult Ucl hnt,t would be much lower although there were needs for new buildings for universities, junior colleges and vocational-technical schools. Mathews said he doubted the idea of such a big bond issue because the money could not be spent that fast and because he felt the state was more conservatively attuned. "It is hard to foresee at this point anything like a huge need like that." Schultz agreed. "In the past the Legislature has been all too willing to accept the projections of the executive at face value." the speaker said. "Now we are going to get into making sure whatever we do is fully justified." Both of the legislative leaders said committees would have to study any proposal that is made before there could be any idea of the actual needs. Schultz pointed out that an intermin committee on higher DWI Conviction fined $150. Tucker, 65. of 4078 W. Lake Park Road, also had his license suspended for three months. Arrangements will be announced. MRS. RACHEL M. BUCHANAN LAKE WORTH - Mrs Rachel M. Buchanan. 85. of 1217 8th Ave., South, died Friday. There are no known survivors. Friends may call at their convenience Saturday and Sunday at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home. Lake Worth. MRS. LOUISE ERNA FOX LAKE WORTH - Mrs. Louise Erna Fox, 72, of 126 North D St., died Thursday. Survivors include two nieces, Mrs. Eniiley J. Ferguson of Lake Worth, and Mrs. Erna L. Colter of Tustin. Calif.; and one nephew. E. Glover Johnston of Mountain View. Calif. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Arrangements will be announced. MRS. JOSEPHINE MIMS LAWSON " BOYNTON BEACH - Mrs. Josephine Mims Lawson, 58, of 411 NW 13th Ave., died Thursday. Survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Ethel McCor-mick and Mrs. Irene McAdoo. both of Boynton Beach; two sons, Freddie Smith of Bovn-ton Beach, and Arthur Lawson Jr.. ol Brooklyn. N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Lillie Scott and Mrs. Annie Ratloot. both ol Hawkinsville, Ga.; two brothers. Felix Mims of Boynton Beach and Joe Carter of Hawkinsville. Ga.; 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Sunday in Greens Grove Baptist Church. Hawkinsville, Ga. Local arrangements are in charge of Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. MRS. LILLIE HUDLEY BOYNTON BEACH - Mrs. Lillie Hudley. 59, of 130 NE 12th Ave., died Thursday. Survivors include two sisters. Mrs. Isabelle Lewis of West Palm Beach and Mrs. Lessie Mae Harrington of Boynton Beach; and two brothers. Arthur Oates of Chicago, 111., and James Oates of Palmetto. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. area to the the Northeast. from and Upper the Central education had recommended $40 million for university construction. He said the figure was the result of study which recommended greater utilization of universitv buildings. The State Board of Regents has not yet adopted a construction budget for the coming year but the board recently said it would need $357 million to prepare for enrollment increases expected by 1975. The money would be needed by 1971 or 1972 at the latest, university officials said, because it takes three to four years to complete the buildings after the money is approved. Saud Visit Expensive LONDON (AP) - Ex-King Saud of Saudi Arabia handed out gold watches to the staff of his London hotel Friday and prepared to leave after a six-week stay that probably cost him more than $50,000. Aides said the 67-year-old exiled monarch and his party would fly to Vienna Saturday aboard two chartered airliners. Saud, who has been having medical treatment in London, expects to stay 10 days in the Austrian capital before returning to his palace in Cairo. With his entourage of 50, including the royal coffee maker, he occupied two floors of a London hotel at a reported cost of $1,350 a day. Saud was stripped of his powers in Saudi Arabia four years ago and replaced by his younger brother, Feisal. Since, then he has lived in Cairo as a guest of President Gamal Ab-del Nasser. Health Series Is Scheduled West Palm Beach YMCA will hold its annual Father-son Health Education series starting Monday at 7:30 p.m. The sessions will meet the next four Monday nights in the West Palm Beach Public Library Lecture Room. This is a program for junior high school boys and their fathers to develop a chain of communication between the two groups. When future problems arise, the boy will ask his father rather than another boy. The sessions are scheduled: - Nov. 25: Body Growth and Development with Dr. Edgar Stephens and Rev. L. B. Fisher. - Dec. 2: The Story of Human Reproduction with Dr. Donald Warren. - Dec. 9: Venereal Disease with Lawrence Leukin. - Dec. 16: Healthy Attitudes and Social Behavior with Dr. John McGrary and Rev. Philip Perkins. A registration fee is charged. Rotary Club Plans Spaghc tetti Dinner A spaghetti dinner will be served to the public Sunday by the Rotary Club of West Palm Beach South, President David Salustri announced. It will be held at the American-Italian Club House. 624 Nottingham Blvd. Serving will start at 2 p.m. and close at 7 p.m. Take-outs will be available. "The proceeds from the dinner will be used to buy equipment for our South Olive Park Playground project," Salustri said. "Our goal is $5,000 and this dinner will help toward the goal." Worker Killed AUBURNDALE lAPi - A worker at a concrete block plant was crushed to death Friday by a crane which he was oiling. The victim was Leon E. Harrill. 37, of Plant Citv. Documentary On War Slated "Vietnam Profile." an 80-minute, sound-color documentary on war-torn Vietnam, will be shown in two churches in this area within the next few days. It will be at the Lantana Community Church. 1000 Arnold Ave., at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the Rev. J. B. Higginbotham. pastor, and at the Lake Osborne Presbyterian Church. Sixth Avenue at Sunset, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Rev. Russell D. Toms, pastor. At the latter it will be at the men of the church dinner meeting which has been designated "Ladies Night," according to William E. Pearson, president of the men's organization. Reservations must be made in advance. A film production by Dr. Bob Pierce for World Vision. Inc.. it portrays "the drama of God at work in the midst of war," shows the people of the war-torn country, including aboriginal mountain people, and even some scenes of combat. News Of Record CIVIL SUITS 68 C-4478 - Roy Wagner vs. Jamn Williams; suit tor damages in excess ot $1,000 tor injuries allegedly suffered in a traffic accident July I?, 1968 on Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach. 68-C-4479 - LoulseG. Knelbert vs Royal Palm Manor, Inc.; suit for damages in excess of 11,000 tor injuries allegedly suffered due to negligence. 68-C-4481 - Lee Percy and Charlsie Percy, his wife, vs. Good Samaritan Hospital; suit for damages in excess ot $1, 000 allegedly due to negligence. 68 C 4484 - Susie Sipim vs. Frances Ware, suit for damages in excess ot $1,000 for Iniuries allegedly suffered due to negligence. 68-C 4485 - Concha Ruiz vs. Howard W Burdine, suit tor damages in excess of 11,000 for injuries allegedly suffered m a traffic accident Dec. 16, 1967 at the intersection of Lottin Avenue and North Dixie High, West Palm Beach FINAL CIVIL JUDGMENT 62-S-1913-A - Shirley S Zimmer vs. Alan E Zimmer. Judgment for plaintiff MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Sidney Charles Adams, 24, ot West Palm Beach, and Kathleen N. DeBoer, 22, ot Jupiter. Joseph E Bale unas, 34, and Kathryn E Gaul, 32, both of Hollywood John R. Davies, 24, ot Stuart, and Catherine L Obiti, 16, of Riviera Beach Thomas E. Burrus, 24, and Dorcas E Carner, 18. both of BelleGlade Daniel A Tilgham, 2t, of Boynton Beach, and Karen E. Akins, 16, of Lantana. Howard N Price, 38, of Juno Beach, and Alice J Kruse, 28, of Lake Par! Bryant T Hilhard, 20, of West Palm Beach, and Olivia E. Bracken, 18, of Palm Beach Gardens Howard A Cook, 40, and Anna A. Dry-den, 49, both of Fort Lauderdale. Ralph J. Caldwell, 30, and Selma C Hacker man, 24, both of Boca Raton Byron J Ligget, 47, and Ethel L. Bettis, 37, both of Delray Beach. John C- Harris Jr., 23 and Linda O Champion, 24, both of West Palm Beach Paul E. Hughes, 40, of St. Petersburg, and Shirley M. Aldrtch, 40, of W. Lake Park DIVORCE SUIT FILED Isabel Y Knox vs William H Knox. FINAL DIVORCES GR ANTE O Louise Tack eft vs John B Tack eft Eleanor P Taylor vs Orville L Taylor Cecil Gajadha vs. JameS Gaiedha. L ether B Ratz vs John Ran Edward 6. Green vs. Constance M. Green Marvleen Williams vs. Bill W Williams. Edward A, Rongtone vs. Marie Ron gione. Betty R, Foster vs Leslie E Foster Charlent S. Williams vs. Wendell R. Wilhams. Hope C. Hastings vs. James L. Hastings. Frederick W. Daily vs, Dorothy A. Daily Chester A Henderson vs Lela N Henderson. Judgment tor defendant Coar L. Messer vs, James D Messer Pauline McCabe vs. Eugene McCabe. Loretfa L. Smith vs. Edward M. Smith. Martin County Court Report MARRIAGE LICENSES Douglas B L'Heureux, 21, Stuart, and Linda Lea Darner on, 21, Jensen Beach Alt Stanley Harrlin, 61, Stuart, and Ina Maria Johnson, a. Pinesville, Ohio. Edward P. Crowley, 31, and Linda Darlant Bartel, 21, both ot Riviera Beach Robert Jackson, 33, and Barbara Avery, 2. both ol Jensen Beach Leiand S. Hoffman, 41. and Bonnie Marie Chi nase, 4, both ol Jensen Beach Gordon E. Walsh, 43, and Martha B. Strunce, 45, both ot Stuart. Paul David Brunv 41, and Mary LI-nette Grllfin, 22. both of Port Salerno. DIVORCES FILED George P. Jordan vs. Shirley Jordan. Rita Williams vs. David A. Williams. Jacqueline C Johnson vs. Carl Robert Johnson, Georgia Mae Trueblood vs. Aaron Trueblood. David L Slonevs Violet L SIone FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE David W. Morris vs Candace Sara Morris. INFANT LUCINDA ANN HEATH Infant Lucinda Ann Heath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven H. Heath of 4593 Diekhans St., West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Besides her parents, survivors include her paternal grandmother. Mrs. Leila Heath of Davis; maternal grandfather. Morris Henderson of West Palm Beach ; and maternal grandmother, Mrs. John McLaurin of West Palm Beach. Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. today at Memory Gardens Memorial Park, Lake Worth, and are in charge of Mizell-Faville-Zern South-dale Chapel. DR. WALTER EDWARD LOTZSR. PALM BEACH - Dr. Walter Edward Lotz Sr., 81, of 227 Brazilian Ave., died Nov. 15 at Tucson, Ariz., while on a visit with his son, Maj. Gen. Walter E. Lotz Jr. commanding general, U.S. Army Strategic Communications Command, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. A native of Altoona. Pa . DrTLotz was graduated as a doctor of dental surgery from the University of Michigan. He served in World War I and practiced from 1919 until 1947 at Tyrone, Ky. He and his late wife came to Florida in 1950 He studied painting at the Norton Gallery and School of Art and had a number of showings of his works. His club memberships included the Everglades in Palm Beach. Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. William Row-swell of Bethel Park, Pa.; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral service was at Tyrone Nov. 19 and burial at Bedford, Pa., where his wife, who died in 1958, is buried. Adair Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements at Tucson. MRS. ERNESTINE G. BROCK LANTANA - Mrs. Ernestine G. Brock. 74. of 1026 N. Atlantic Dr.. died Friday. Survivors include her husband. Dr. Benjamin L. Brock, former medical director of Central Florida and Southeast Florida Tuberculosis Hospitals; one niece and one nephew also survive. Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home in Lake Worth. Florida Delegation Rated Conservative By DALE PULLEN Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - Interest groups of the political right and left like to pick issues and rate congressmen on how they vote. Two left-handed or liberal groups have done this and two right-handed or conservative groups also have for the 90th Congress. It shows that Florida's two Senators and 12 members of the U.S. House, get much better grades from the conservatives than the liberals. Conservative rating groups were the Americans for Constitutional Action lACAl and National Associated Business- The liberal groups were the Americans for Democratic Action ( ADA i and AFL-CIO's Committee on Political Education (COPE i. In the House, Democrat James Haley, of Sarasota, got flat zeroes from the liberal groups and rousing 100 s from the conservatives. So did freshman Republican J. Herbert Burke, of Hollywood. Only U.S. Sen. George Sma-thers. of Miami, managed an identical rating from a conservative and liberal group 50 from both COPE and NAB. He has 7 with ADA and 67 with the ACA. A chart of the ratings of other members of the Florida Congressional delegation: HOUSC DEMOCRATS ADA COPE NAB ACA Charles Bennett S3 Dante Fascell Donald Fuqua Sam Gibbons A. Syd Herlong Claude Pepper Paul Rogers Robert Sihes 75 75 33 17 25 33 St 50 17 0 0 40 75 100 0 1 0 100 75 25 50 HOUSE REPUBLICANS William Cramer 0 0 100 Edward J. Gurnev 0 0 100 SENATE DEMOCRAT U S. Sen. Spessard Holland 0 IS 33

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