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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 42

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ClO-Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 28, 1968 Average Paycheck Loses 66 Cents As Living Cost Takes Big Leap ' S . V it i.. v The big October rise in clothing costs put prices 6.5 per cent over a year ago. and medical care was 6 per cent higher than in October 1967. A 4 5 per cent increase in new car prices with the introduction of 1969 models was the major factor in October's transportation costs, which were 2.5 per cent higher over the year. Wholesale price hikes for industrial raw materials included 7.8 per cent for plywood. 15 per cent for lumber, and three-tenths of one per cent for metals. per cent compared to 3 1 per cent for all of 17," the Bureau said. The value of the dollar has dropped 81 4 cents in the past 10 years. 3.7 cents of the decline in the last year alone. Chase said the most striking feature of the October report was the widespread price hikes for both consumer goods and services and industrial raw materials, which rose five-tenths of one per cent. Wholesale price hikes usually find their way into retail prices eventually A drop in wholesale food prices balanced off the industrial price hikes and the Wholesale Price Index remained unchanged at 109 1. But preJiminarv November figures indicate a four-tenths of one per cent rise in the Wholesale Index. The four-tenths of one per cent rise in retail food prices, which usually drop that much in October, resulted from large increases for fruits, vegetables and poultry, and some hikes for meats. Food prices were 4.5 per cent above a year ago. : ' " Jm T m i s" 1 Official Canvass Given Stuart Vote H'll. noma .Name Cleared Circuit Judge Robert S. Hewitt ui lerd thi' n.nne of State Sen Jcrrv Thumas removed as a ill !cnd,int Wednesday trom a million-dollar libel suit Names of James Smollnn .ind Jack Zeman were permit-'(il to stand I'laintitl in the case is Mrs. l.uuise K i mini st . Riviera Beach cits council chairman. Smollon is editor of The Fte-tmrter. a Lake Park newspaper. Zeman a writer lor the paper In her suit. Mrs. Kimmist charged Thomas had controlling interest in the paper and that she had been libeled in two articles Thomas denied having anv financial inter st in the paper. Judge Hewitt said affidavits presented to the court were nothing more than hearsay evidence as to Thomas' connection with the hi per and were based on an alleged conversation with an emplovc Woman ins So 1. 000 Suit '.i - i a i "-old woman was rA.ii'l.'d su 1 lino hv Circuit 1 "Hi l Judge 1,'oberl S Hewitt I .f.it-. Judge HeuiP ruled !l..l' J'lllli Slid', , ,,,,,1 ,.s. '." agi-rii. must p;,v id,, si,! ooi, to lrs !;in Small hh'A a pahwil in a counts traiir M i Sm.ill had given Slid 'on her propetis holdings, 'hoiisaiid- n dollars in stocks and bond., personal jewelrv and lurs. the imlge said Theodore Habln! Mis Small's ,,t-'ornes. said an initial com-plaint was thai the svoman ssas deceived In Shellon s "lalse i mpressions, " She trusted Shelton who told her numerous times that he loved her and had her best interest at heart, liabbit said. WiM tailing MON'TK CAHLO M -The I- li st Intel national Congress in Europe lor the Protection ol Came and Preservation of Nature will open Dec. 15. sponsors announced, at a dinner leaturmg wild game dishes. FLOWERS OF THE GARDENS - Tru-di Dussault, left, and Sandy Eichenber-ger have been chosen as finalists from Palm Beach Gardens to compete in the Orange Bowl Queen contest in Nov. 30. The girls are the basis of poise, personality, appearance. Glades Patrolman Suspended, Another Under Investigation and their votes were incumbent commissioner Dan McClure, 181, Walter Robinson, 148. and George Huss 37. Donation Of Hooks Asked By Library DKLHAY UKACII - Book donations are being sought lur a library tor the Wee WimIoiii lontessori School here, according to Michael liurnson. chairman of a newly formed library committee lor the school. Designed along the lines ol the children's section of the Delray Beach Public Library, the Montessori library is scheduled lor completion in the next two or three weeks. Burnson said that his committee is seeking not only to aid in the organization of the library but to help direct its action for children in upper levels of Wee Wisdom. First collections deadline for books has been set as Dec. 13. Burnson suggests that persons interested in donating books might review their home libraries and "share" books that their children have "outgrown." Marmaduke STL' ART - An official canvass of the vote in Tuesday's City of Stuart primary was made Wednesday by the City Commission. There were only three absentee votes to be counted by the commissioners. A resolution was adopted which officially named the four candidates in the Dec 10 general election. Candidates for the Group 1 seat on the commission are Charles Foster and Kenneth Stimmell. and Group 2 candidates are Kay Cooke and Harold Whalen Sr. Foster picked up two absentee votes for a total vote of 250. and Stimmellgot 1 absentee vote for a 231 total. Cooke's total vote was 371. receiving one absentee vote, and Whalen's vote was 279. John Mann, another candidate in the Group 2 race, got two absentee votes for a total vote of 205. Other Group 1 candidates W hen Shopping Use P-T Classified mm Have a festive Thanksgiving Day with us we will serve dinner from Noon 'til 9:00 P.M. Treat your family and special friends to dinner at SCHKAFFTS. And we get to wash all the dishes. OINCIANA LAZA 1 WASHINGTON AP - The biggest monthly jump in living costs in six years clipped 6j cents from the buying power of $110.67 average w eekly paychecks of some 45 million workers in October, the government reported Wednesday. The six-tenths of one per cent rise in prices for typical family purchases worsened this year's sharpest inflationary trend since 1951. when living costs' soared 5 9 per cent before Korean War wage-price lids were clamped on the economy. "It could well be around 4.5 per cent for the year" when November and December figures on 18 prices are in. said Asst. Commissioner Arnold Chase of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But Chase said he agreed with Arthur Okun. chief White House economist, that "we have turned the corner" and the inflationary, trend should taper off. The government sees no need for wage-price controls now. Chase said. The October rise, largest for a single month since September of 1962. boosted the government's Consumer Price Index to 122.9. This means it cost $12.29 period on which the index is based. Prices rose for all major categories of living costs. Clothing and transportation rose nine-tenths of one per cent each, food and housing four-tenths each, medical care seven-tenths and recreation six-tenths. "The increase for the first 10 months in 1968 amounts to 4 1 Jx.4 LOU TNASP0R1 PIZZA TO GO I P.M. lo 10 P.M. family. A '.11 wl DIN m 2:15 4 P.M. to 8:15 A 191 BRA01EY "l . PAIM BEACH 9-V , J i : 1 -it V Alan M. Kuker. an attorney for the South F lorida Migrant Legal Services program in Belle Glade, who appeared as a spokesman for the citizens organization, suggested a formal meeting be held at which the complaints against Perry would he discussed. City Atty. Robert O. Johnson recommended a court reporter be hired for the hearing, which is to be set by the president of the council. Frank Rosenberg. He also requested he be furnished with n list of witnesses to the alleged violations committed bv Perry. Norwood was suspended by O'Connell, after a report that a 45-year-old woman had been assaulted by four area residents. The patrolman said the complainant was intoxicated and in no condition to make an accurate report of what had happened As a result ol the incident, four local residents were arrested by Deputy Sheriffs Andrew Johnson and David Christian and Detective Sar-geant Melvin Lowmiir.. Alter officers conferred with both the states attorney and county solicitor, the men. held on charges of r ipe and ass. ml! to commit rape, were released from custody Tuesday. In a brief note addressed to the council, the chief cited Norwood for "neglect of duty and incompetency.'' Councilman A. J. Gamot Sr.. who serves as police commissioner, had agreed with the chief's decision prior to the council session. Norwood's letter to the council said he had 10 years of police experience and had served on the local department for almost five years without any previous suspensions or violations. According to O'Connell. Perry is alleged to have drawn his service revolver on a local youth, who tailed to halt when informed he was under arrest. A second allegation was that the patrolman forced three prisoners to leave their cells for a cleanup detail inside the police headquarters. Since joining the force in July. O'Connell said Perry had "done a good job." He has been instrumental in forming and training patrols in each of the elementary schools here. The citizens' group is reported to have made its first complaint after O'Connell dismissed F'atrolman Kddie Lee Nelson. When employed here. Perry was working as a jailer for the West Palm Beach Police Department. He is a native of Massachusetts and served seven years in the Marine corps. He is married and has five children. The council voted Norwood two weeks vacation pay. This request had been made in the patrolman's letter to the council. 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