The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 28, 1968 · Page 36
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 36

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C4-Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 28, 1968 County Deadline Ignored By Palm Beach Aviation Beach International Airport i I'BIA i. A financial statement was also requested Sakser recommended to the County Commission that if this information is not received by Friday. Palm Beach Aviation. Inc.. be served an eviction notice. "I feel we have complied with the FAA's request, but since we can't get the infor- Palm Beach County Airports Director Frank J. Sakser said Wednesday he has had no answer to the telegram which he sent A II. Massey. htad of Palm Beach Aviation. Inc.. earlier this week. In the telegram. Sakser set Friday as the deadline for receipt of a written proposal for the firms' plans to revamp its present quarters at Palm I'll MM Colonnades Injunction Is Denied PALM BEACH SHORES -An injunction appeal against the Colonnades Beach Hotel asked in a suit filed nearly two years ago by the Town of Palm Beach Shores, was rejected by the 4th District Court of Appeals. Palm Beach Shores charged the hotel, owned by John D. MacArthur, with creating a health nuisance by use of a contaminated swimming pool discharge line and by burning garbage in an incinerator at the hotel. Although the suit was based on evidence from the State Board of Health, the Appellate Court upheld an earlier Circuit Court decision that the request for injunctive action lies strictly within the authority of the State Board of Health and the state health officer It was not known whether the town would carry the suit to a higher court. Attracts Holts LISBON ilPl - Lightning struck the same Lisbon shop ping center three times Tuesday night, authorities said. mation we have asked for we should move in this matter one way or another." Sakser said. The FAA request was that the courty and Palm Beach Aviation. Inc.. sit down and discuss their differences on a lease aereement. The recommendation came on the heels of an eviction order which was to have been effective Sept. 30. Palm Beach Aviation appealed the action, and ths FAA made its ruling that the county should give the fixed base operation firm more time. A meeting to resolve the matter was held in mid-September and appeared to be successful: however. Sakser savs he has yet to receive a written proposal. "A verbal agreement was reached at that time, but we have never received anything in writing despite the fact that I have been in touch with them several times since then." Sakser said. Pair Fined $600 For Prostitution v - ' I TTt 'n J, (StaH Photo by Tony Hts) when completed, will be 30 feet higher than the present one located at the site of the old airport terminal. The new tower is being built west of Tilford Flying School. SKYWARD BOUND - Construction of the new 90-foot high control tower at Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) is off the ground and is expected to be completed by July of 1969. The half-million dollar project is being financed entirely with federal funds. The tower, AYS ONLY! Charges of prostitution against a 19-year-old West Palm Beach woman and her 21-year-old male companion brought fines of $:t(j0 each in West Palm Beach Municipal f'ouit Wednesday. Arrested in the 100 block ol Datura St. Tuesday about 8 45 p m bv Thomas V . roster and .luhn II .lam.iMm ol the city Special Election Termed Legal FORT PIERCE - St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections Glenn Huff reported Tuesday that the petition asking for a special election to establish a street light benefit tax district in Port St. Lucie was legal and that he recommended a date of Jan. 21, 1909, for the election. In a report to the St. Lucie County Commission, Huff said that the petition bore the signatures of 652 qualified electors, slightly more than 55.4 per cent of the 1,175 qualified electors in the area in question. County Administrator Weldon Lewis was instructed to make a survey on the cost of the lighting, the area of the improvement district and the cost to each freeholder; then a public hearing will be held. Huff recommended that the election be held at the Port St. Lucie Marina and that the polls be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p rn. new treads police department, were Kath-rine Louise Madej and Robert Wavne Petrimoul. both of 421 49th St. Both pleaded guiltv before Judge Beatrice rilterer. Petrimoul was specifically charged with prostitution by agreeing to secure another for the purposes of prostitution. In other court action, a 28-year-old man was found guilty of striking another in the head with a bottle and given a mandatory tiO-day jail sentence. It was brought out in testi-iiunv that Rudell Hopkins, of ill :trd S: caused slight head injuries to Willie Edwards ol Ml Third St. when he struck htm Nov. 19 in an alley. Charles Robert Bry an, 18. ol 2940 Shawnee Road, and Robert Dennis Dowries. 18. of 2608 Blossom Road, both pleaded guilty to possession of alcohol by minors and were fined $25 each. The pair are college students. Found guilty of issuing a worthless $5.91 check was Sophia W. Bates. 37, of 841 Fifth St.. Riviera Beach, who was fined $75 with one-third suspended provided she is not convicted of a similar charge within the next two years. Three Idaho youths charged with vagrancy had their $50 fines suspended on the provision that they leave town by 2 p.m. today. They were James Ronald Harris and Allen T. Rasmussen, both 19 of Burley, and Benjamin Allen Herbert, 18, of Rupert. Christine Robertson, 21, of 490 .loth St. was charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest without violence. She was lined a total of $40 on the two charges. A 54-year-old Riviera Beach man. 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