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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday , Nov. 26, 1968 15 Data from U.S. WfATHfS BUM AU - SSA Turlington Sees Big Money Gap State House Committee Told Cities Face Financial chaos 40 Shower. Snow .':':' Florrle 1 could total as much as $3 billion, or more than $1 billion over the spending level of the past two years. "I suggest you read the facts of life to the agencies that we are not remotely able to approve requests of this magnitude," he told the committee. Turlington was counting cash surplus which he estimated at $35 million at the end of the fiscal year next June 30 to help cut down the projected gap. He named special committees to look into the feasibility of central control of state-owned airplanes and the proposed pmploye classification and pay plan. V figurx Shew High Tt)mpraturM Exptxttd) for Daytime Tuosdoy Isolate! Precipitation Net ( 4P ifrfkol.) also is expected in the Northwest with light snow over in the Northern Rockies. be partly cloudy over the nation. PRECIPITATION BAND - A band of precipitation including rain, snow flurries, showers and snow is forecast today for New England, through the Midwest and as far west as the Dakotas and unless upset by the courts. A clear path to more responsible and economical local government. Sessums said, is more consolidation of local governments as with Duval County and Jacksonville as well as consolidations of "a few of our smallest counties." He said this is a "political News 0( Record CIVIL SUITS A8-C-4488 - Frances M Lelly vs. William Tenn.lle, suit tor $25,000 alleyedly due on promissory note ftfl-C-4489 - George C Jackman vs. Jack Carlough and Vivian CaMough. suit for 11,820 allegedly due on promissory note 68-C-4499 - Sinclair Oil Corporation, a New York corporation vs. Vaughn & Wnght, Inc.; suit for $13,202 75 allegedly due on account FINAL CIVIL JUDGMENTS 68-C-1354 Domtnga Gonzaiei vs Oon-ald Pauly and City of Boca Raton Judgment tor defendant MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Robert w Noble, 24, of North Palm Beach, and Phyllis A Young, 21, of West Palm Beach. Charles Evans, 22, of West Palm Beach, and Linda Turner. 17, of Jupiter (Velvin Young, 22, of Palm Beach and EffieO. Williams, 18, of Jupiter. Tillis P. EasttrlinI, 44, and Dorothv Bradiev, 43, both of Fort Lauderdale Peter J. West, 28, of Deiray Beach, and Barbara K Diaz, 29, of Amayansette, Harvey J Bare, 18, and Margaret E Maior, 18, both of West Palm Beach Patsy Flanery, 76, of Argyie, Wis., and Hanah E, Johnson, 65, of Lake Park James J. Moore, 66, of Hollywood, and JohnnieB Rogers, 48, of Lake Worth Kenneth J. Heindl, 25, and Edith M Rosecrans, 26, both of Riviera Beach Charlie F. Johnson, 21, and Eda M Price. 20, both of West Palm Beach. Ralph G Edwards Jr., 30, and Sally A. Sparks, 25, both of Atlanta, Ga OIVORCESUITSFILEO JamesClayton vs Eileen Clayton JohnW Ochsvs Dorothy Ochs Meridean A. Darville vs Reedith D iarville. Dorothy Scales vs. Robert W Scales Jean F. Williams vs. Richard L. Williams, Janet M. McMurtry vs Ronald W Mc-Murtry MNAL DIVORCES GRANTED Eva Knuutila vs George Knuutila Cordelia B. Williams vs. David O Wil-'iams. Thomas R Tuck vs Nancy H Tuck Martin T. Nicander vs. Ellen Nicander Linda Clark vs LeroyC Clark Adelaide D Lawson vs. Robert E Law-son. SylviaS Nystromvs GeorgeNystrom Jeffrey Shepard vs. Lynn Shepard Henry Fleagle vs Linda D Fieagie Judgment for the defendant Boyce w Hmshaw vs Nancy Hm- shaw. Barbara H. Ganem vs Roger P Ga-nem Marlene A Zovistoski vs Ronald K Zovistoski Donald R Cook vs Barbara A Cook Patricia A Parks vs. Richard J Parks LiiiieM Leverett vs Thomas J Lever- ett. Elizabeth A Neal vs Edward E.Neal FBI Searches For Trail Of 14 Airline Hijackers TALLAHASSEE. (UPIi -House Appropriations Chairman Ralph Turlington looked into his "crystal ball' Monday and forecast a $100-150 million gap between revenues and the most barebone spending program for the next two years. Earlier. Finance and Taxation Chairman Kept. James Sweeny said the legislature may be forced into a doube-barreled program of increasing taxes and floating a bond issue. Turlington. D-Gainesville, told his committee the state probably will need to spend $2.24 billion in the next two years simply to fund existing spending and provide for normal growth. Most of the attention centered on the fiscal headaches as house committees swung into action to get an early start on next April's 60-day session. House Speaker Fred Schultz, D-Jacksonville, told newsmen he believed school construction deserves a higher priority than road construction if the legislature starts thinking in terms of a big bond issue. "I don't think you can go to the people with all sorts of bond issues," he said. "I feiiit would be a mistake to go into a very heavy program of bond financing for roads at this stage." Sweeny, a Deland Democrat and chairman of the tax committee since 1959, said he can see no alternative to new taxes in view of the projected revenue gap and large budget requests. He said Florida may have to go to a limited bond program combined with new taxes. "Even if the sales tax went to six per cent on everything and we put in groceries, I'm not sure we could get that kind of money," Sweeney said. Turlington emphasized his figures were not "firm conclusions" about the size of the revenue gap which last spring was estimated by the budget director's office at $219 million. He said he had "a premonition" that his committee will get budget requests which MIAMI i UPII - The FBI hunted in two cities Monday lor the trails of 14 airline hijackers women and children included and indicated it plans to file charges against at least some of them, even though they are in Cuba. Asked if identities had been established for anv of the hi Regents Seek Copy Of Gatorade Patents MOVIE AUDIENCE GUIDE The loliuM ing r.tuiif iieijinalinn li the Motion IVture Asmh latmn ot Amenta Applies lu films rcletixfcl alter Nov. I. I'r'.H and m hemic run at a public mtvicv Itv this newspaper to acquaint the viewing audience with thi new KVMem Knling snibiils appear in individual theater adx G - Suuttested fur General nudienrc. M - Suiesled l"r Mature audiences (parental discretion is advisedl, K Restricted. Persons under Mi not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian. X - Peraoni under 16 not admitted. ME3G EF1 Heather Table By Associated Prtss TEMPERATURES Albuquerque 5! 45 Amarillo 66 43 Aiheville 54 37 Atlanta 60 37 Birmingham 63 31 Bismarck 42 26 Boise 46 36 .07 Boston 48 42 .04 Buffalo 40 36 Charlotte 61 37 .08 Chicago 44 31 Cincinnati 53 31 Cleveland 43 34 Denver 53 24 Des Moines 45 29 Detroit 45 29 airbanks 16 0 reen Bay 41 25 Wena 37 28 .05 . Houston 69 48 ndianapotis 50 29 ansas City 59 34 Little Rock 65 34 -OS Angeles 67 55 -ouisville 58 31 arq..efe 32 30 Zemphis 62 35 Milwaukee 39 25 Apls-St Paul 34 21 New Orleans 65 33 New York 4) 43 Oklahoma City 67 34 Omaha 51 33 Philadelphia 50 39 .14 ahoeni 68 54 "ortland, Me 47 36 Portland, Ore 52 40 Richmond 60 41 .20 St. Louis 55 33 Salt Lake City 35 31 39 San Francisco 60 50 01 Seattle 50 42 .01 Spokane 38 31 Washington 54 38 20 CANADA Edmonton 24 17 Montreal 36 30 Winnipeg 31 20 FLORIDATABLE Apalachicola 56 49 Clewiston - 50 Daytona Beach 65 53 DeLand 66 59 Fort Lauderdale 74 56 Gainesville 66 59 Islamorada 76 55 Jacksonville 65 49 Key west 75 68 Lakeland 66 56 Miami 75 56 Naples 74 51 Ocala 70 53 Orlando 67 54 Pensacola 64 4 5 Sarasota-Brdntn 68 57 St. Petersburg 67 58 Tallahassee 68 45 11 Tampa 68 52 Vero Beach 71 55 West Palm Beach 70 57 Theaters Today BOCA RATON "Lady In Cement,'' 2:00, 3 55, 5:55, 7:55,9:50. CAREFREE "Deadfall," 2 25, 4.40, 7:10,9 40 COLONY "Oldest Profession," 7 25, 9 30 FLORIDA "2001: A Space Odyssey," 2:00, 5:00, 8 30 LAKE "Gone With the Wind," 2 00, 8:00. LOEW'S CINEMA BOYNTON "Half A Sixpence," 7 00,9 30. LOEW'S CINEMA 70 "Lady In Cement," 2:00, 4 00, 6 00, 8:00. 10 00 PLAZA "Boston Strangler," 1:00, 3:10, 5:10. 7:20,9:30. PLAYBOY "Blonde on a bum Trip," 2:00, 4:00, 6 00, 8 00, 10:00, "Depraved," 3:00, 5 00, 1 00, 9:00 RIVIERA "Barbarella," 7:35, 9.45. BEACH (ORIVE-IN) "Wait Until Dark," 9 30, "Cool Hand Lukc,"7.00, 11 IS. BOULEVARD (DRIVE IN) "Prudenie a ... the Pill," 7 00. 10 20, "Singles Only," 8 50. DELRAY (DRIVE-IN) "Oldest Profession," 7 00, 10 35, "Shut Iprpd Bonm " 8 55 8 55 SKYDROME (DRIVE IN) "Ugly Ones," 1 00, 10 45, "Harry Frigg," 9 00. TRAIL (DRIVE IN) "Barbarella," 7 00, 10 40, "P J ," 55 W lion Shopping Isc P-T Classified TALLAHASSEE (LIU -Municipalities must be provided with new revenue sources to counteract a "fiscal time bomb" set to go off in 1970 when property taxes must be rolled back to 10 mills. Rep. Terrell Sessums told the House Ad Valorem Tax Committee Monday. The alternative. Sessums said, is to amend the law putting a ceiling of 10 milli each on property taxes for cities, counties and school purposes. The Tampa Democrat .-was chairman of the Ad Valorem Tax Committee last session and made an extensive study of the problem which he said will throw many cities into chaos in 1970. He proposed that the committee give consideration to four possible revenue sources for cities including a one-half to one per cent increase in the state sales tax. a two per cent community development tax consisting of the present state tax on hotel, motel rentals, service of food and beverages, admissions and utility payments; a one per cent gross receipts tax. and a bottle or cappagetaxon soft drinks. He also suggested broadening of the property tax base by a re-evaluation of existing exemptions of various interests, many of which should be eliminated. This is particularly critical, Sessums said, because of what many feel to be a public mandate through its approval as part of the new constitution to increase homestead exemption from $5,000 to $10,000 for persons over 65 yea rs of age. Any bill doubling the homestead tax exemption, he added, should be scheduled to expire at a specific time so it can be restudied "as a hedge against unforeseen ramifications." Sessums said if present exemptions are removed from non-profit, charitable homes for the aged like high rise apartments for retirees, they should be treated as condominium or cooperative apartments which under the new constitution get the same $5,000 exemption granted to other homeowners. Rep. William Fleece, R-St. Petersburg, disclosed he has asked Atty. Gen. Earl Fair-cloth for an opinion on when the new constitution takes effect. If Faircloth agrees with many constitutional lawyers in the legislature and rules Jan. 6. Fleece said, it could prevent the new exemption for condominiums from becoming effective until January. 1970. Rep. Granville Crabtree, II-Sarasota, said his county has already determined to grant the exemption Jan. 1, 1969, and will not change regardless of Haircloth's decision "because my legal opinion is worth as much as Haircloths" Russian Press Chides Onassis MOSCOW 1 1 PI -A Russian newspaper Monday called Aristotle Onassis an "indecently rich" man who married Jacqueline Kennedy to make liim-sell appear to be "decent." The youth newspaper Mo-skovski Komsomolets quoted a friend of the Kennedy family as saying Onassis still had to grow up to become a gentleman." To en' nice his image, the paper said the Greek shipping magnate had nicked Mrs Ken ncdv as a decoration Unlike NATALIE RICHARD BEYME RITA MORENO UEOPGE picnw Winntr of 10 kidemf "BIST WOOD :r IndUarod - Consult Local Forecast airplanes and passengers brought along their women and children, family plan style. The first jetliner, an Eastern Air Lines 727 bound from Chicago to Miami, was hijacked Saturday evening shortly after passing over Louisville. Kv. The hijackers were five Latin men with guns and a doll and a radio, both of which they warned were rigged with bombs. When the hijackers got to Havana, a woman and three children, one a babe in arms, left the plane with them and all were escorted off by Cuban guards. The 78 other passengers on the Eastern plane returned to Miami Sunday afternoon in a propeller aircraft used in the regular Cuban airlift flights, and the jet and its seven crewmen were released later by the Cuban authorities to fly to Miami. While the Eastern plane and its passengers were in Havana, a Pan American jet carrying 103 people on a New York-San Juan flight was hijacked by three men who were accompanied by a woman and a baby. One of the hijackers took the child to the pilot's cabin after the plane had been commandeered. The hijackers of the Pan Am plane said thev were Puerto Ricans. but the pur-sctte on the flight said the loader of the group mentioned to her he "had been with Castro in the revolution." However, the hijackers wrote on a bulkhead of the nlane. "Viva Puerto Rico Libre" long live free Puerto li ico. The hijackers said they hijacked the plane because "our finances were low and this was the easiest way to get to Cuba." The leader of the men who commandeered the Eastern flight had an interpreter announce to the passengers that the hijackers regretted the inconvenience and that they had taken over the plane only as a means of getting to Cuba. In Cuba, the hijackers were quoted as telling authorities they "could not adapt to the United States way of life." The Pan American passengers, also flown here in a freedom airlift plane, and the jet and its crew were brought here Sunday night after briny released from Havana. FPU MATURf T I M U J 1 2 COLOR HITS MARY ANN MOBLEY "Singles Only" Texas. Rain Pacific higher elevations Skies will rest of the ORLANDO (UPI) - A committee of the Boardc of Regents and an attorney for the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, asked Stokley-Van Camp Monday to provide them with copies of contracts and patent and trademark applications filed in connection with the drink Gatorade. The drink, designed to bring about rapid replacement of salt in the human system, allegedly was developed by University of Florida Professor Dr. Robert Cade and is marketed commercially by Stokley-Van Camp. The rights to the product were obtained by an Indianapolis group known as Gatorade XMAS WRAPPINGS?!? 832-0211 10U TRASPORT PIZZA TO GO hot potato" but would do much to conserve local property tax dollars. LEGAL NOTICES o. ;i.)it INVITATION TO BID Sraled bids will be reveived bv the UoverninR Board 01 the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, at their ottues. Hoi Everma Street. West Falm Be.u h. Florida, up to 10 im AM LSI. December lu. Mh. lor: Operation and maintenance ot the Flood Control District s Lock and Spillway Structure t6A located on the Kissim-mee Kiver in Okeechobee County. Florida Direction to the site is as tollow s approximately 10 miles west oi Veeh-aw Junction on State Koad bo and approximately . miles Southwest alonn uhpayed access road to site All bids shall be properlv submitted as outlined in the Specltu alions. Specitications mav be obtained at the District s oitices One set w ill be turmshed treeol charge to prospective bidders upon request The right is reserved, as to the interests oi the District mav require to reject any or all bid proposals, to waive any intormalitv in the proposal, or to re advertise ior other or lur-ther proposals Bv order ot the Governing Board ot the Central and Southern Flonda Flood Control District CF.NTRAL AND SOl'THF.KN FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT, BY ITS GOVERN-INC, BOARD BY: -s Merntt Moon Purchasing Agent 1'ub: Nov... Dec ;i. 1W) So. iHUH NOTICE OF HEARING OF OBJECTIONS TO PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT CONSISTING OF PAVING. WITH PBOPFR DRAINAGE OF C1YAHOGA ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS PLAT .1. UNRECORDED AND PLAT BOOK 24. PAGE 20 -- DIS-TRICTJ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners ot Palm Beach County, Florida, will meet at 10:00 A M. on the 24th day ot December, 1968 In the County Commission Room 301 N. Olive Avenue, West 'aim Beach. Florida, tor the purpose ot hearing objections, It any, of all Interested persons to the pro-osed paving, with proper drainage, of CUYAHOGA ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS - PLAT 3, UNRECORDED AND PLAT BOOK 24, PAGE 20 DISTRICTS according to plans and specifications on file in the office of the County Engineer. The Board of County Commissioners has determined the necessity tor said Improvement and the same Is required to be made or the Board may proceed to have such Improvement made by contract. Assessments against property own-?rs will be made In accordance with dvertlsed proposed resolution of the 3oard of County Commissioners to be adopted on or after December 24, 1968 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA By E. F. VAN KESSEL CHAIRMAN ATTEST: JOHN B. DUNKLE, CLERK CIRCUIT COURT By HELEN K. BAKER, DEPUTY CLERK JONES, ADAMS, PAINE A FOSTER Attorneys for Board 601 Flagler Drive Court West Palm Beach, Florida. Pub.: Nov. 19,26. 18 PAIM BEACH SHORES 1 SINGER ISLAND UUVC club U S I, POMPANO BEACH. Fl A Last Day! MICHAEL CAINE IN "Deadfall" OINIRALV COROOAATIOKf mtim ak t-jWaHfri sssmI i ft A P.1NAVISI0N' IJ TECHNICOLOR' 11 B ' l lOl li... fTHANKSGlUIHG WVWty LOU'S ITALIAN VILLA 4480 SO. MILITARY TR. LAKE WORTH RD. PHONE 965-5621 THANKSGIVING DINNER APPETIZER, SOUP $05 TURKEY 'N TRIMMINGS X. VEGETABLES, SALAD CHILD'S DESSERT CHOICE OF PLATE 1.45 BEVERAGE OPEN 12 NOON jackers of two commercial jet flights Saturday and Sunday, an FBI spokesman said no information would be released on this "until we are ready to file charges." "We are still working on this." the spokesman said. The hijackings were the first in which the abductors of Trust Co. which worked through Stokley-Van Camp to commercially produce and market the drink. A special committee of regents is investigating the matter to see if the university should be entitled to any royalties and is expected to make its recommendation to the full board next Monday at Boca Raton. Claude Spilman, an attorney for the trust company, said there is no "major chemical formula," in Gatorade. "It's a solution of salt and chemical ingredients that can be found at any drugstore," he said. But regents member Dr. Louis Murray called it "a brilliant adaptation of chemicals to keep athletes from losing strength." Regents member Henry Kramer said the university used personnel, time and some money in developing the drink, although Spillman said the major portion of the work on the final product was performed in Indiana. G. Lincoln Lewis, vice president and general counsel for Stokley-Van Camp, said the company has applied for federal registration of the trade mark and for patent rights. An attorney for HEW said certain federal grants had been given the university and the department questions whether some of the money may have been improperly used. He asked attorneys for the company to provide HEW with copies of contractural documents and trade mark and patent applications. The regents also asked for various documents and the company indicated it would make them available. iff MOVIE 1 1 M i CIOO DEBORAH KERR "Prudence and P ,. ItltfltlU RJSTOHUS NO I Paul Newman Audrey Hepburn 0 U 1 NO I OttRATUACH RAOUEl WELCH "The Oldest Profession ONUINO I 2 um wotm Richard "THE UGLY AA au' Newman - L 1 "THE SECRET WAR mm H Hnvc a Ir.idltioniil B ! ilinncr at I he ( ! I he rcstiiuninl on the H I Ave (State RoaJ r wirwwTf w i t!'! flf Ijlliriii soutHtiNiuo btSMMMM wist of Ainfoit DAVID . NIVEN I TO 2 in "COOL "WAIT 2 Big WyUr-Thomai DAY l)lKH . . . I.OOkIM, OI I 1114,11 AIIOVK I II K HM K ATLAMIC. "PKNTHOl SK DIMM, AT ITS UN KM" HIST OF THE I'lU.RIUS . . . NERVED FAMILY STYLE ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY 3.75 BAKED HAM WHAWAIIAN SAUCE 3.95 FILET MICNON OR PRIME RIB 4.95 FRENCH ONION SOUP OR JUICE-FRUIT GELATIN OR 10SSED SALAD. CHESTNUT STUFFING - SNOWFLAKE POTATOES CRANBERRIES-GREEN BEANS - CANDIED SWFET POTATOES MASHED TURNIPS OUR OWN FRESHLY BAKED APPLE OR PUMPKIN PIE BEVERAGE SERVED 1-9 P.M. (CHIIDRENS PORTIONS TOO) CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 844-0233 n ill. COMING.. .WAIT OISNIYS "THE HORSE IN THE GREY FLANNEL SUIT" K I 31 ML SAMPLE RD , 2'i Ml. WEST OF ALA CARTE DINNER SERVICE ALSO BOUNTIFUL BUFFET $4.95 nru jralurtnt Wed. Nov. 20 thro Wed. Nov. 27 THE FOUR SAINTS outstanding Musical Comtdy 3 shows nifely 8-10 & 12 NO COVER - No Entertainment Charge Reservation V42-2533 lluinksgivinK 0;i .upliiin s I able Intracoastnl Walcrw.iv Mill), Deerlickl IV.ich, I la j wwairnT "itti " - ' CLinT EaSTWOOD "COOGarrs BWff:. I sus r, (tun E5 ft r. aY AL"yr"Mf I t mm m mm i m m "THE A dazzling trip beyond the stars! ItXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT SHOWS 2 00-5:00-1 30 OPtNS IJ 41 I other classics West Sidr Story grows younff', Color Swap Shop Sun. HAND LUKE" UNTIL DARK" -LAST DAY- tony CUITIS-HINir FONDA BOSTON STRANCLER" CHILOIIN MAT II 00 IVI l I J inosl niiiciiilimil pirtnn- nrr! i fJflf5 RussumblynI-. n E 1 .3-..3S J pnm H 4i IN StIIEOmONIC souno-mitiocoioi ' $!UOINTl In mil srnvii l4-t m t r. . . 11 ia 1 II COLOR HITS CAROLE IYNOLEY G Shuttered Room" Hits Milton ONES" Sylvia Kotcina OF HARRY FRIGS" GEORGE PEPPARD "P.J." Davis Roods - lako Worth m ! - i r- j?j X AIR CONDITIONED! 967-2500 1) IBII'HtWAHI) (II.IUil.llll.lANI)s open Y- I & HAYLEY rTi.TTcli J I acres MILLS. J-i i ' o rprr V ni.i.jr I 1 nL- usi mm lonitl IM J PARKING ySJ ADULT ENTERTAINMENT JANE FONDA "Barbarella" Corner Lad Worth & SHOWS DAILY 5 00 A 1:00 P.M. ADMISSION MATINS! II IS IVINtNO SI SO CHIIOMN AU DAY 7 V

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