The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 8
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 8

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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Fund Directors Organize For '69 A8-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 Lesson: Don't Put Money In Old Cans kite A 28-year-old local man was flim-flammed out of $104.37 Friday afternoon, according to his report to Patrolman R. A. Studstill. The story Frank Manuel Jr . ot 1354 8th St.. told Studstill: He was in the 500 block at Northvood Avenue when he was approached by a man whom he relerred to as Nassau. Nassau said he had just arrived in town and wanted to be shown around, and that he was willing to pay $10 lor the service Manuel agreed Before they started to see the sights, Nassau suggested that they not carry all their money with them, and that Manuel put all of his money in Nassau's handkerchief, and he would do the same. So Manuel did just that, and Nassau put a large roll of bills in also. They walked along the Florida East Coast Railway tracks. Stopping at 23rd Street Nassau hid the handkerchief in an old metal can, and they walked toward Spruce Avenue. At this point Nassau said he was going for cigarettes, and that he had changed his mind about seeing the sights. Then Nassau added. "You can have all the money .'' Nassau disappeared. So Manuel, left alone, walked toward the hiding place. He looked inside. There was no handkerchief, there was no money, there was no Nassau. End of story. Navy Pays Mother MANILA H'Pli-The U.S. Navy has awarded $3,750 compensation to a niothr whose son was shot and killed by a Marine sentry at the U.S. San-gley Point Naval Base. The vouth was reported trying to steal a bicycle, authorities saidSaturdav. Directors of the Palm Beach County United Fund have formed four committees for the 1969 drive, it was announced Saturday. Nineteen persons, appointed by board members, will serve on nominating, legal, fair share and annual meeting committees. Chairman of the nominating committee is Robert Douglas. The committee includes Lee Hurlburt. John Simmons. Edward M. Baldwin Jr., John Dunkle. Herbert Gilruth and John Howell. Serving on the legal committee will be Madison Pacet-ti and Juvenile Court Judee Emery Newell. It will be headed by Harry Johnston II. Charles Wells will act as chairman of the fair share committee, which includes William Hollenbeck. Earl Marsh and Edward Patterson. The annual meeting committee is headed by E. C. Bag-gett, assisted by' Mrs. Myrl Spivey, Phil Lewis, John Hudi-burg and Delores Norley. A president will be elected for the 1969 drive early next year along with other officers. The 1968 campaign, now being wound up. raised $338,000. short of its $375,000 goal. Workers will, however, continue making calls until Dec. 1. John Green, campaign chairman, has expressed confidence the goal will be reached by next Sunday and reminds residents that pledges may now be made anytime during the coming year. - Chase Nets Driver 15 Charges A 24 year-old man was charged with 15 counts alter fleeing from police at 11:25 p.m. Friday at speeds up to 115 miles per hour, police reported. Patrolman John J. Rich Jr.. who finallv arrested Michael Francis Gavin, of 504 Hermo-sa Road, told the following story : Lake Worth police radioed that a vehicle fleeing arrest was coming north on Lake Avenue. Patrolman Rich patrolled south on Lake, and at Ridgewood Road saw a car going north with headlights oft. With Rich in pursuit, the car turned east on Ridgewood and then south on Georgia Avenue, east on Kl Veda do. north on S. Dixie Highway, east on Dyer Road to Klagier Drive, north on Hagler. west on Belmont Road and into the driveway at 110 Belmont. There he stopped. Rich saw him open his front lelt door and stick his left hand into the front ol his trousers. Rich put his revolver against the side ol Gavin's head Gavin took his hand out and raised both arms He was taken to the police station where he was charged with lour counts of passing a stop sign, six counts of speeding from till miles to 115 miles an hour, reckless driving, careless driving, driving at night without headlights, improper lane changing and fleeing arrest. At the city jail it was found that he had escaped from the sheriff's office, where he was wanted for resisting arrest with violence. He was later turned over to county jail, where he was released Saturday after posting $3,000 bond. h KKM A -H I. M I SKIt IJaby Cribs STROLLERS CARRIAGES PLAY YARDS HI-CHAIRS Schroder's 127 LAKEVIEW AVE. Iln I'l.. Ilins I'iiiiiI HERCUL0H '2.99SJ 1 I' w:i2-:i." 'I V' kodeTI CRESToSt ' i :M r i I? ; NYLON Indoor IchenI m .A, OUTDOOR?! CARPET I 1 I $ i '3 ; -V, s' K ARNOLDS FINE PIANOS ARNOLD BESCHERNER CONCERT PROVEN-TU NER-TECHNICIAN-OWNER Estey HANI) GRAFTED QUALITY TO BE SWORN IN - Attorney D. Dean Barnard, of Procter & Gamble's legal department in Cincinnati, will be among the new members to be sworn in by the Florida Bar Association in Miami Dec. 2. Accompanying him to Florida will be Mrs. Barnard, the former Virginia Sparks of Fort Myers. Mrs. Barnard is the niece of Ferguson Addison, 300 Forest Hill Boulevard, West Palm Beach. Jewelry Stolen At Apartment Watches, rings and other jewelry valued at $1,242 were stolen from Mrs. Rav Mullan-e's apartment at 2800 N. Flagler Drive Friday, according to her report to police Saturday. Among the more valuable items listed: a lady's gold wrist watch. $200; wedding band. $200; gold ring with pale pink coral center stone and two diamonds. $300; antique gold charm necklace with amethyst stone and small amethyst drop. $175; ring with sapphires. $175, and oriental" matched single strand choker, $150. Patrolman R. A. Studstill said nothing was disturbed but the jewelry boxes on Mrs. Mullane's dressing table. The items reportedly were not covered by insurance. The door that leads into the kitchen was found unlocked, and no door showed any signs of forced entry. Studstill reported. New Heart Fails ANKARA il'Pli - Turkey's first heart transplant patient. Mrs. Mavis Karagoz. 40. died early Saturday. 18 hours after receiving the heart of a teen-aged boy. It was the world's 8fith heart transplant. LEGAL NOTICE " 6 QUAUFIED FRANCHISE DEALER VERTICAL PIANOS ONLY THE SECOND HUNDRED YEARS TIME HONORED FEATURES ESTF.KMKD AWARDS - PATENTS - DESIGNS GEMUS DESIGN So. Mil ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO BIDDERS CALL ! OH BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the Ollice ol the Board ot County Commissioners, Administration Building, 3(11 North Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401, up to and opened at ll:OU A.M., Tuesday, December 10, 18, (or furnishing : Bid No Mi -M Plywood and Masonite Specifications and proposal blanks may be obtained by Dona fide bidders upon application at the Purchasing Agent's Office. Building S-1505, Palm Beach International Airport, West ,Jalm Beach, Florida. Telephone B83-1336. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order ol the Board of County Commissioners, Palm Beach County, Florida. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA By: E. F. Van Kessel, Chairman Attest: John B. Dunkle Clerk Jack Dean. County Administrator Pub: November. Dec. 1. 19t8 RECOGNIZED WORLDS FOREMOST PIANO DESIGNER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN BY ALFRED KNIGHT OF ENGLAND LASTING PERFORMANCE . . . 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