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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 29

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, November 27, 1968
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Palm Beach Post. Wednesday. Nov. 27, 1968-27 Area Deaths And Funerals VA r Dfa from U.S. Wl ATHM UJttAU . tSSA SKpwtfl fow rv"::.-l FlwrriM X V. o FigurM Shew High TtmptraturM Expttd it per Oaytlm Wdniday Ult4 Ht ( P irrphulu ) occur in the Pacific Northwest flurries inland and over Rockies. Snow flurries also in some Atlantic States. BAND OF SHOWERS - Widely scattered showers and isolated thundershow-ers are indicated today from the Gulf Coast through the Lower Ohio Valley. Survivors include one daughter. Miss Betty St. Sauveur of New York City, and one brother. Amond of St. Johnsburv. Vt. Mizell-Faville-Zern Hibiscus Chapel will announce arrangements. WALTER A. TURNER Walter A. Turner. 55. of 516 15th St.. West Palm Beach, died Tuesday. Survivors include four sons. Robert of Stanford. Conn.. Thomas and Michael, both of West Palm Beach, and Walter of Punoteague. Va.; four daughters. Mrs. Dorothy Mat-satos of Salisbury. Md.. and the Misses Donna. Mary and Linda Turner, all of Punoteague. Va.; his mother. Mrs. W. S. Meadows of Farmville. Va.; five brothers, five sisters and 11 grandchildren. Services and burial will take place in Farmville. Va. Mizell-Faville-Zern Hibiscus Chapel is in charge of local arrangements. LEON MORRIS JENNINGS LAKE WORTH - Leon Morris Jennings. 53. of 423 S. Dixie Hwy., died Monday in Miami. Survivors include one son. Edward L. of Lake Worth; two brothers. Earl V. and Herbert, both of Chesapeake. Va ; one sister. Mrs. Annie Godlrey of Norfolk. Va.. and one grandchild. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Lake Worth Funeral Home. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 p.m. todav. FRED W. WODISCHEK BOYNTON BEACH - Fred W. Wodischek. 81. of 3015 Churchill Dr., died Tuesday. Survivors include his wife. Annabel; two daughters. Mrs. Patricia Gerretson and Mrs. Jerry Kern, both of Delray Beach; two brothers, Gus Woody of Coral Gables, and Jack Wodischek of Vandling. Pa.; one sister. Mrs. Neil So-nius of New York City, and six grandchildren. Services will be held at 3 p m. today at Scobee-Ireland-Potter Funeral Home. Delray Beach. NICHOLAS SCHIRMER ALBANY. N Y. - Nicholas Schirmer. 85 of Riviera Beach and Greenville, N Y., died Monday at Albany. N Y. He was a winter resident in Riviera Beach for 20 years. Survivors include his wife. Lydia; three sons. Rienhold of Greenville. N.Y.. Nicholas of Greenwood Lake. N.Y.. and John of Warwick. N Y.; two daughters. Ruth of Greenville, and Mrs. Lydia Tschinkel of Riviera Beach: 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services and burial will be Friday afternoon at Greenville. MRS. ROSE J. W ALTON LAKE PARK - Mrs. Rose J. Walton. 56. of 910 Lake-shore Dr.. died Tuesday. Survivors include her husband. Joseph (Jay; and two brothers, William M. Brown of Lake Worth, and Edward C. Brown ot West Palm Beach. Rosary services will be held at 7 p.m. today at Northwood Funeral Home Chapel. A Requiem Mass will be said at 9 a.m. Friday at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Riviera Beach. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. today and from 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday. JOSEPH W. ST. SAUVEUR LAKE WORTH - Joseph W. St. Sauveur. 72. of 807 N. M St.. died Tuesdav. Hike Sought In School Borrowing TALLAHASSEE . I PI i -House Speaker Fred Schultz proposed Tuesday emergency legislation to increase the borrowing capacity of counties for school house construction by $500 million at a cost of only $20 million of additional state funds. His proposed constitutional amendment, that he said should be voted on next November by the people, would also restore the eligibility of Junior colleges to issue school bonds against the automobile license Ug fund. This right was inadvertently lost, he told the House Public Schools Committee, when the last legislative session took junior colleges out from under county school boards It also "cut the throats'' of local school boards by reducing a county's total number of teacher units which is the ba-ms for receiving capital outlay unds. he said. "We left the counties with ie debt service requirements n outstanding bonds but took way the units.'' he said. Schultz did not suggest that unior colleges be returned to ocal board jurisdiction, but only that remedial legislation on capital outlay borrowing capacity be restored Schultz said projected building needs for public schools, including kindergartens, exceed S500 million. .lis proposal would provide tor construction an .idditional S 1 .200 per teacher unit to counties with unusual school nrollmont growth and in-rease the regular capital out-iv allocation to all counties v SI. 000 per unit less the amount that would be produced in a given county by one-hall of a mill on property This would take "a small step'' toward equalizing state funds so poor counties get -4 h.-is-rieh Rr.-!e-'-jH!: I'nder the formula, for instance. Charlotte County would receive $807 per unit and (.lades $l.:i:i2. Hep. William Fleece. R-St. Petersburg, complained this would not meet head-on the problem of inequities between counties. "You're right." said Schultz. "But to do that would take a bundle of money and would penalize some counties, including Pinellas.'' Cn(wlt Ul fitH Weather By Associated Press Albuquerque A mar ilio Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Boise Boston Buffalo Burltngton, Vt. Chrlstn, S C. Chrlstn, W Va Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati fieveiand ;oiumbis O Denver Des Mom es Detroit Dul uth Fairbanks Green Bay Helena Honoi ulu Houston Indianapolis Juneau Kansas City Little Rock LOS Angyles Lou'SviHe Marquet'e Memphis Milwaukee Mpis-St Paul New Orleans New York Oklahoma C'ty Omaha Philadelphia Pnoetv k Pittsburgh Portland Me Pnrtlatid Ore R ic hmond St LOUIS Captive IMeasrd CAULIAIU. Sardinia d'Pli - Sardinian bandits have released the son of a wealthy eattle raiser after the family paid a $11) .000 ransom, police announced Tuesday. Matteo Anni. who was held by bandits for one month, said he was treated well. Another person freed by Sardinian bandits last weekt complained of "harsh treatment and little food." Showers will with snow the Northern are expected Table Salt Lake Ciy San Franc "SCO Raleigh Seattle Spokane Washington Edmrntpn Montreal 62 47 40 57 45 26 CANADA Winnipeg 19 FLORIDA TABLE Apaiachicola 66 46 Daytona Beach 72 44 DeLand 75 40 Fort Lauderdale 75 62 Fort Myers 75 49 Gainesville .. 73 36 Islamorada 75 6? Jacksonville 71 38 Key West 74 65 Lakelan-1 73 51 Miami 75 58 Naples 76 50 Orlando 74 46 Pensacola 70 42 St Petersburg 74 55 Tallahassee 70 30 Tampa 73 42 Vero Beach 75 52 W Palm Beach 73 57 Schedule Told For Jobmobile The P;ilm Beach Count v Jobmobile will have the following December schedule: Mondays and Thursdavs. lb'2 West Palmetto Park Road. Boca Raton; Tuesdays and Wednesdays, fifth and Atlantic Avenue. Delrav Beach .lobmobile hours at each site will be from 9::!0 a.m. to 11 :W a in. Hours may be extended if necessary. The Florida State Kmploy-ment Service Outreach interviewer will be located at the Community Action Center. Avenue S and Blue Heron Boulevard. Riviera Beach, on Wednesday from 1 to 5 p.m. Employers with job openings are asked to list them with the Florida State Employment Service. Glades Offices To Note Holiday BELLE GLADE - City and county offices here. Pahokee and South Bay will be closed Thursday in observance of Thanksgiving. Business as usual will resume here Fridav. where the city hall and Glades Office Building will again close all day Saturday The city halls in South Bay and Pahokee are open a half day on Saturdays. News Of Record CIVILSutTS 68-C 4i30 - Danie uravhn, by his (a'her William Gravim, and W'lliam Gravhn individually vs. Royal Castle Systems, Inc ; suit for damages in excess of SI0.000 allegedly duetonrgiigente FINAL CIVIL JUDGMENT 67 'CM 860 - He! mi M tskola and Einar EsKola, rtusband and wife, vs Ppter wn- tersdorf and Kathryn (A Wi'itersdort Judgment tor plaintiff MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Carl T S'S'runk 41. and EWabeth H LeBeau, S4 both of West Palm Beach F rank lAilhamu, 20, and Wanda D. Worthy, 19, both ot BeiicGladc Johnny L Higr'tower 27. a"d Mary Thomas. 27. both of 'West Palm Beach Vernon Bunn ,)r , 43, and Wanda K. Looney, 30. both ot Fort Lauderdale Charles R Hughes, 33, and Patsy C. Youmjbiood, 24 bothof lae Worth Edward B Green, 31, and Donna K Marseilles, 23. both of West Palm Beach Robert McKennon 18, and Emma J Simon, 17, bothnf Defray Beach DIVORCE SUtTSFILEO Danielle M Reynolds vs. Robert w. Reynolds. IheodoreB Jenson vs. Mildred I Jen-son L'MieE Machvs Emanue1 Mack Arthur Smith vs GeraldmeR Smith. Christine A Woitvs James C WoH Joseph Tucci-Casseiii vs Luisa Ghidoni Tucci-Caselli Barbara Carlson vs Fred Carlson Mildred S Painter vs Charles S Painter Gertrude H Foster vs. David B Foster FINAL DIVORCES GRANTED LaureMcCullogh vs Worth McCullogh. Audrey Lee vs Eugene Lee Nettie L Wood vs A'nhamH Wood. Patricia S. Baker vs. Ralph C, Baker Jr. Helen P Gamme vs Elmer Gamme. GEORGE L. HI OP ANA LAKE WORTH - George L. Huopana. 71. of 1350 Lake Geneva Drive died Monday. Survivors include his wife. Agnes F.; three daughters. Mrs. Joyce McPherson of Jamaica. L.I.. N.Y.: Mrs. Irene May and Mrs. Aldeen May. both of Raleigh. N'.C: a brother. Edwin of Elmira. NY.: two sisters. Mrs. Thelma Stevens of Candor. .VY.. and Mrs. Violet Friedman of Fish-kill. N Y.: and four grandchildren. Lakeside Chapel is in charge of local arrangements. Services and burial will be at Spencer. N.Y.. Friday. ARTHUR STANLEY BANFIELD VERO BEACH - Arthur Stanley Banfield. 79. of 1420 Fifth Court, died Monday. Survivors include his wife. Myrtle; a daughter. Mrs. Jane Moran of Madison. Conn.; a son. Arthur W. of Apalachin. N.Y.; a brother. Harold of Jermyn. Pa.; and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today at the Cox-Gif-ford-Baldwin Funeral Home Chapel. GEORGE S. DALES VERO BEACH - George S. Dales. 89. of Jungle Drive, pioneer resident and retired antique jewelry merchant, died Mondav. He had resided here approximately 65 years, coming to Vero Beach from Akron. Ohio. Survivors include his wife. Gladys; two sons. Franklin of Vero Beach and Akron, and Gerald of Akron; a stepson. Clarke T. Huston of Miami; a daughter. Mrs. Marion D. Paddock of Vero Beach; a sister. Mrs. Delia Wells of Fort Lauderdale: six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Private funeral services were held Tuesday at the Floyd Funeral Home. Contributions may be made to the volunteer ambulance squad. MRS; JAMES A. Ml'LVEY VERO BEACH - Mrs James A Miilvev. wile of the vice president and co-owner ol 'he .o Angeles Dodgers, died Sundav in White Plains. N Y. Mrs Mulvev's baseball career began in 1J21 when her lather, Steven McKeever. joined in building Ebbetts Field in Brooklyn. N Y. Although suffering Irom bad health in recent years. Mrs. Mulvey had not missed a Spring training exhibition same in Vero Beach in 22 consecutive vears. She is survived by her husband and three children. Steven Mulvev. Mrs Ralph Branca. Mr George Anderson and ID grandchildren Funeral services will be held lodav at The Church ot Our Ladv ot Sorrows in White Plains, N Y. The family has asked that donations be made to St gnes Hospital in While Plains INFANT STEPHEN EDWARD II AM MAC LAKE WORTH Inlant Stephen Edward Mammae, son ol Mr and Mrs William Edward llammac of 915 S l.'lth Ave,, died Tuesdav. Besides his parents, he is survived hv a sister. Brenda I. . and a brother. Richard F. . both ol Lake Worth, maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Nathan Crews ol Lake Worth and paternal grandparents. William II llammac ol Okeechobee and Mrs Nettie llammac ol Pensacola E Earl Smith & Son Funer-a1 Home. Lake Worth, will announce arrangements. MRS. MARGARET M. BAKER PALM BEACH SHORES -Mrs Margaret M. Baker. 7H. ol .'108 Claremont Lane, died Tuesday. Survivors include her husband. William G Sr ; two sons. William G. Jr. of Ridge-wood. N J . and Dr. John M. Baker of Buffalo. N Y.; two daughters. Mrs. William B. Weber of West Hartford. Conn, and Mrs John F McGarry of Lancaster. Pa : two sisters. Mrs. Thorold W Pell of Orange. N J . and Mrs Edward F. Clark of Plainfield. N J . and II grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church. Like Park. Hamm & Price Funeral Home. North Palm Beach, is i n cha rge of a rra nge ment s . MRS. HELEN A. NEWTON BOCA RATON - Mrs. Helen A. Newton. 66. of 701 NE Harbor Terrace, died Monday. Survivors include her husband Fred E. ; and two sisters. Mrs. Clarence Webb of Cleveland. Ohio, and Mrs. William Cable of Loraine. Ohio. Services will be held in Loraine today, with the Frey Funeral Home in charge of ar-rangments. Kraeer Funeral Home. Boca Raton, is in charge of local arrangements. EDWARD J. W ELCH BOCA RATON - Edward J. Welch. 63. of 6951 N. Federal Hwy.died Tuesday. Survivors include his wife. Sarah, one son. Edward of On-eonta. N.Y.; four brothers. Bernard of Colone. N.Y., Lawrence. John and Albert, all of Lowell. Mass.; one sister. Mrs. Anna Bell of Concord. N H . and two grandchildren. Services will be held in Lowell with Fay Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Friends may call at the Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton, from 6 to 9 p.m. today, with a Rosary service scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Ex-Cyclist Arrested, ST. PETERSBURG AP' -A former member of the Iron Cross Motorcycle Club, due to serve a 20-vear sentence for 4 A Ari' Makes NEW YORK (UPI '-Aristotle Onassis Tuesday became the first of the "Golden Greeks" to be listed in the Fisl Get lermen Permit Warning All aliens and non-resident fishermen must pay an annual license tax of $25 before engaging in commercial fishing from waters of Florida, the Florida Board of Conservation has announced. Conservation Agent Jerry Rogers of the West Palm Beach district office said Tuesday applications may be obtained from the conservation office at 4315 N. Congress Ave. or from any conservation officer. Rogers also warned the boating public not to anchor under bridges or in channels and not to operate boats in any manner which would interfere with another vessel. He added traffic in local waters is heavv this time of the vear and such procedure could be dangerous. . Facing 20 Years Bonded In Pinellas Funeral Notices MRS. ELVIRA W. SOUDERS Services lor Mrs. Elvira w. Souders, 94, ol 305 S. Flagler Dr., Wesl Palm Beach, who died Monday, will be held at 2 p.m. today at E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral HomeChapel, Lake Worth, ham. 35. was charged here with receiving and concealing stolen property, a collection of television sets, stereos and guns. Stidham was one ol 13 cyclists convicted in the Dec. 5. 1965. shooting of Catalina Flores at a labor camp in Pompano Beach. An appeal bv Stidham and two others, all convicted ot third-degree murder, was turned down Nov 14 by the U.S. Supreme Court. The attorney general said that was the end of the road lor the three. All three were tree on $3,000 bail in the murder charges Ten days ago a spokesman for the Broward County Sher-ill's Ollice said a warrant would be issued soon. As of Tuesdav no warrant was on file with the sherill s warrants office. Officers said Stidham told them Mondav night his appeals had been exhausted and he faced 20 years, "We couldn't hold him, though, said Chief W T Roberts of the Pinellas Coiintv Sheriffs Ollice, "We understood he was out on appeal bond. Unless we have some teletype or warrant, we can't act" The other two free on bond but due now to serve sentences for the killing. John "Kookie" Luke II ol West Palm Beach laces five years and John "Chico" Henry ol Fort Lauderdale must serve 10 years. Circuit Judge James Mmnet in Fort Lauderdale, who has previously revoked bond lor the men when he tell they were stalling on their appeals said Tuesdav he thought they could he jailed without a further hearing or order Irom him But he said he would issue a warrant it one were needed VP. murder, was arrested here Mondav but released Tuesdav on $1,000 bond. Hubert Rav ' Hatchet" Stid- Social List New York Social Register as the result of his marriage to Mrs. John F. Kennedy. The chunky black "Society Bible" lists Mr. and Mrs. Aristotle Onassis on page 454 of the 1968 issue, which is currently being mailed to subscribers. Society insiders had speculated that the anonymous advisory board of the book might drop Mrs. Onassis' listing as the result of her marriage to a divorced man who had flaunted his friendship with opera diva Maria Callas. However, the conservative policies that once ruled listings in the 83-year-old Register have been liberalized and Onassis is in to stay. However, his children by his first .wile. Christina and Alexander, are not listed although they are of listing age. The Kennedy children are not old enough yet. John F. Kennedy Jr. celebrated his eighth birthday Monday with a small family party at his mother's Peap-ack. N. J., country house and Caroline will mark her 11th birthday Wednesday with a similar gathering, the Onas-sises may also spend Thanksgiving at Peapack. Open House Planned HAVERHILL - An open house at the new Town II, ill will be held Saturday. Dec 7 The town clerk. Mrs Mary Carrier, said that the public is invited to see the new hall at 5485 Charlotte Street .nmi Omni v ' 'iiiirrfiri)iiiii "M I i - V. Jr III 'fiffi i N ' f i 1 't l ' : i a f iiyy ' U I fw - Wiiil ,m AililtrT"Jn-iif .r'-"'-'"- VmmUilliliBlil MiltMlliMMllnilirnriwri Imh ii iiimii m MVniMiia MUIII'ii -nr-mniiT--t NEWS JACK FREESE GETY0UX V Av v i mm umii'ii mrrtm , K- mmA 11:00 PAT TONIGH. Finally. f'je Except with our automatic, you'll have to do one thing you don't do with someone else's automatic: Stay away from gas stations more often. Because you'll need gas less often. One gallon takes you not 10 miles. Or 15. But25miles. So now you can do what you always did before in a Volkswagen: fj Save money. 'J- "TV " Automatically. tfJfr? re-;- Now you can do what you never did before in a Volkswagen: Nothing. Yup. We've gone and puf a fully-automatic transmission in a Volkswagen. In fact, we put it in two Volkswagens (as an option). The Fastback. And Squareback. So now you can drive anywhere in a VW without having to shift for yourself. Just put the lever in 3. (What everyone else calls DRIVE.) And drive. Like you would any regular cof. MEET DR. LAMSA Dr. (,eorje M. I.umm is a spcnkin! acquaintance of two worlds, Horn in a shepherd's Ivnl in northern Iraq, he fretc up speakini Aramaic, the lunfutaie of Abraham and of Jesus, lie learned his ulphahel from the ancient I'eshitta. the Aramaic llihle of the Church of the East. Later, he mol ed to the I nited States and for more than It) years, he has been a resident of this country. I hiity-five of those years he spent translutiiif! the Hihle from the Aramaic into modern F.nilish. Although a scholar of the purest miters with an amazini yrasp of twentieth century world affairs, he still Hi es in his memory in the land where humanity had its cradle. Idioms of the llihle are as understandable to Dr. l.amsa as I Will English is to us. Hear Dr. Lamsa: Wednesday. A or. 27. 8:11(1 P.M. Thursday Aor. 211. 10:01) A.M. T7 V W West Palm Beach Spreen Volkswagen, Inc. 4100 Okeechobee Road Delray Beach Miller Volkswagen, Inc. 2225 South Federal Highway UNITY !:: So. Hauler Dr.. U P. II. All Welcome! 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