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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, August 12, 1967
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Deaths And Funerals MRS. JOSEPHINE 51. KING Word has been received here of the death of Mi's. Josephine M. King, 52, of 705 38th St., Aug. 5 in a Boston, Mass., hospital. Survivors include two sons, Earl Sullivan Jr. and Kenneth Sullivan; two daughter, Mrs. George A. Bourgault and Mrs. Karrn (Gilbert C.) Morse, 8 II of West Palm Beach: one ister, Mrs. Patrick Martin of Kittery Point, Me., and eight grandchildren. Funeral service was early tills week at Saco, Me., her native city, with the Cote Funeral Home, James Street, in charge of arrangements. MISS NKIXIK WILBl R MORRIS Miss Nellie Wilbur Morris, 97, of Palm Beach and Daytona Beach, died Thursday at Hall-fax District Hospital, Daytona Beach, according to word received here. She was a longtime resident of Palm Beach. Burial will he in the Lake View Cemetery In Cleveland, Ohio. The Baggett McIntosh Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements at Daytona Beach. MISS .IOSKPHINE O'BRIEN Miss Josephine O'Brien, 72, of 170 Celestia Court, Port St. Lucie, died Thursday. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Margaret 0. Pettit of Port St. Lucie, Mrs. Katliie Mills of Mt. Dora and Mrs. John Ciddens of Rolling Dam, New Brunswick, Canada. Funeral mass will be at 9:30 a.m. today at St. Lucie Catholic Church. Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. MABEL SMITH Mrs. MalK'l Smith, 79, of 901 Australian Ave., West Palm Beach, died Friday. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy McRae of West Palm Beach; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Arrangements will he announced by Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. ARVO AMTKRO TOIVONEN Word has been received of the death in Fair Oaks, Calif., of Arvo Antero Toivonen, 69, 410 7th St.. Lantana. Survivors include his widow, Tyyne; one son, Arnold; and three granchildren. Services were held in Fair Oaks. Job Openings Reported By Jordan Marsh Job interviews are being held presently for a wide range of positions at the new Jordan Marsh department store scheduled to open in late October at the Palm Beach Mall. Job openings include telephone switchboard operators, stock clerks, merchandise clerks, secretaries, cashiers, credit interviewei-s, display arrangers, porters, maids, cooks, waitresses, watchmen, gift wrappers, alterations men and women, tailors, and general maintenance workers. Recruiting is taking place at 3 34 Belvedere Rd. Mondays through Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m. and, in addition, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The mall, located on Palm Beach Boulevard Just east of the Interstate 95 interchange, is scheduled for opening Oct. 26. No definite date has yet been set for the department store opening, Jordan Marsh president William S. Ruben said in Miami headquarters Friday. The shopping complex, covering 1 million square feet of shopping area, will be the largest center under one roof south of Philadelphia. Jordan Marsh, the only three story building In the mall, will occupy 200,000 square feet of shopping space. Seven Adoption Petitions Filed During July Rev. Paul M. Cassen, chairman of District No. 10 of the State Department of Puhlic Wei-lare, said Friday that seven adoption petitions were studied during the month ol July lor Circuit Court. The petitions concerned children plHced in homes independent of service through a licensed child placing agency and the Welfare Board is required by law to rcrxrt them to the court. In addition, Rev. Cassen said, 8S0 children received welfare ncrvice during the month of July, 154 of whom were in foster homes. The total state and local cost for direct child care was $13,166.66, ' Also during July In Palm Beach County, 2,6,14 persons received old age assistance totaling $126,007, 12.1 persons received aid to the blind In the nmount of $7,755, 1.633 families received aid to lamllies with dependent children totaling $103.R80, and 723 persons received $12,746 in aid to the disabled. MRS. ANNA KING ADDAMS Mrs. Anna King Addams, 83, of 160 Chilean Ave., Palm Beach, and Boothbay Harbor. Me., died Tuesday in Harkness Pavilion, New York City. A long time resident of Palm Beach, she was the widow of Robert Kelt Addams who died in Maine In 1951. Survivors include a aister, Mrs. Alice King Solheim, and two nieces, Mrs. Paul Ramsey of Framincham. Mass.. and I Mrs. Mihiel C. Pomerantz of New York City. MRS. RLTH S. BARRON Mis. Ruth S. Barron, 74, of 125 SW Ave. B, Belle Glade, died Friday. Survivors Include a stepson, James M. Barron of Tallahassee. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Everglades Presbyterian Church, Belle Glade. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, West Palm Beach. Mixson Funeral Home, Belle Glade, is in charge of arrangements, COL. THOMAS W. COOKE Col. Thomas W. Cooke, 55. U.S. Army retired, of 123 SE 28th Ave., Boynton Beach, died Friday. He was the commander of the U.S. Army Missile Support Command in Huntsville, Ala., for the five years before his retirement in 1961 and was a graduate of West Point. Survivors include is widow, Barbara Jane; his mother, Mrs. Thomas W. Cook Sr. of Arling ton, Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Frank ,L. Yate of Washington, D.C., arid Mi's. Warren R. Birge of Arlington. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the St. Joseph Episcopal Church, Boynton Beach. Friends may contribute to the St. Joseph Episcopal Church Memorial Fund. Scobee Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach, is in charge of arrangements. WALDO RALPH HIGGINS Waldo Ralph Higgins, 70, of 511 Eleuthera Lane, Harbor Isles, Indian Harbor Beach, died Thursday. He was county chairman of the St. Lucie chapter of the American Red Cross for several years. ' Survivors include his widow, Ruth Ann; two daughters, Mrs. A. F. Williams of Indian Harbor Beach and Mrs. W. L. Moore Jr. of Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., and six grandchildren. Services will be at 4 p.m. today at the Yates Funeral Home Chapel, Fort Pierce. MARIA V. MARTINEZ Maria V. Martinez, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Martinez of 720 NW 3rd St.. Boynton Beach, died Thursday. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. today at Boynton Beach Memorial Park with Sco-bee-Combs Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. FUNERAL NOTICES MRS. DOROTHY RUTH RILEY Service for Mrs. Dorothy Ruth Riley, 29, of 19 S.W. tin Ave., Delroy Beach, who died Aua. 4. Is 1o be at 2:30 p.m. today at St. paul Baptist Church, Del ray Beach. Coleman Funeral Horn to in charge of arrangements. MRS. T. PRESTON DAVIS Services tor Mrs. T. Prton Davis, 77, 117 Via Vficaya St., Palm Beach, who died Thursday, will be at 3 p.m. Monday at the Bethesda - by - the Sea Episcopal Church, Palm Beach. Memorials may be contributed to the Palm Beoch County Heart Association. Miiell Fovllle-Zern Hibiscus St. Chapel Is In oharge of arrangements. WILLIAM LAURENCE BRIERLEY Services for William Laurence Brlerley, 9, of ,171 Elm Ave,, Tequesta, who died Wednesday will be at 2 p.m. today at the Sanctuary of the Good Shepherd In Palm Bench Memorial Park. Burial wilt he In Oak Grove Cemetery, Fall River, Mrm. National Chapels Funeral Home, Hypo luxo Road, Boynton Beach, It In charge of arrangements. Musical Groups Are Due In Vero VERO BEACH - The Paul H 1 1 d Musicians, Minneapolis, Minn., and the Fox Family Musical group, New York, will be featured performers for a young people's meeting at Michael Field at 7:30 p.m. today. The youth arama is sponsored by the local Life For Youth Retreat. The general public is invited to the event, particularly teenagers. There is no admission charge. H 1 1 d has conducted many youth aramas throughout the United Slates and In Canada and Europe. He has also been the featured speaker at many high school and summer camps. Hospital To Admit Medicare Patients BOCA RATON The Boca Raton Community Hospital will begin admitting Medicare patients shortly, a hospital spokesman said Friday. Doctors Thursday night were authorized by the hospital board to begin such admissions even though the hospital's application lor Medicare certification Is slill pending, the spokesman add ed. Officials of the local hospital, which opened on July 17, had expected the certification last month, hut due to undisclosed reasons It was not forthcoming, This certification is expected shortly. There are presently 22 pa tients in the hospital. Announce Intention HAIFA, Israel (UPI) Israeli's national shipping company, Zim, Friday announced its intention to buy a J13,000 ton supertanker from a Swedish shipyard. The oil tanker will be the biggest ever built in Europe. COUNTY CADILLAC A 1961 Cadillac Coupe deVille, which has been donated to the County Home and Hospital by a Palm Beach resident, gets official identification painted on its doors Friday by county sign-painter, Paul Shoaf. The beige, air-conditioned Cadillac was donated to the hospital this week for the purpose of transport- Dr. King On U.S. War Participation ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., highly critical of the administration lor its policies In Vietnam, plans to take his antiwar campaign to the American people. He proposes a nationwide referendum on whether the lighting ahould continue. King said 26,000 volunteers already are at work on the project In communities throughout the nation. "Our energies and local organizations can help provide the manpower to bring this issue to the community and allow the voice ol the community to be heard," King said In a statement Friday. He said Congress and the President have been "unresponsive or indifferent in the face of deepening grassroots opposition to our policy In Vietnam. "Twelve thousand Americans lives already have been lost," he said. "And while our cities decay, while our domestic programs are drastically cut back, Senate Orders $150,000 Investigation Into Causes Of Racial Rioting In U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate ordered Friday a $130,-000 Investigation ol racial rioting, after refusing to adopt a requirement that the Inquiry cover the social and economic ingredients ol city violence. Sen. John L. McClellan, D Ark., the man who will preside over the inquiry, said those items will be covered anyhow. Alter a three-hour debate, the Senate voted 36 to 26 against an amendment which would have called specifically lor the Inclusion of social and economic factors in the riot inquiry. Then it passed the inquiry resolution 59 to 0. "Take our word lor It," said McClellan, chairman ol the permanent investigations subcommittee, "there is nothing related to rioting, unrest, disorders that this committee will not hear." McClellan has not indicated when it will take 8 to 10 new Investigators to do the task be fore the panel. And he also has Indicated that the inquiry will Include a thorough investigation ol the Office of Economic Op portunity. The Senate debate over words was really an argument about emphasis. It echoed discussions during the current Judiciary committee investigation cl rioting. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., Is presssing the Judiciary committee to take a broadened look at social and economic, as well as law enforcement aspects, of racial outbreaks. Kennedy told the Senate it is Imperative lor the body to speak out as a whole on the Issue ol underlying riot lac-tors. "We're speaking to the court-each other here on the floor," said Sen. John Sherman Cooper, Tom Adams To Talk To Delray Chamber DELRAY BEACH - Secretary of Stale Tom Adams will speak at the monthly Chamber of Commerce coffee break Thursday at 9:30 a.m. on the danger of switching to an ap- p o 1 n 1 1 v e cabinet, it was announced today by Ken Filing, sworth, executive vice presi dent. The meeting Is scheduled at the Arcade Tap Room on Atlan tic Avenue, and Is open to members and the public. Some business will be trans acted and chamber committees named during the morning, Ell-ingsworth said. Grenade Explodes PRISTINA. Yugoslavia (UPI) A grenade left from World War II fighting exploded Friday , and killed four boys ranging in age from eight to 10, 1 The Palm Beach Post, Saturday, Aur. 12, 1967 Page 7 vx fvinrrresm Plans National Poll we are spending $16,000 a minute eveiy minute ot the day on one of history's most cruel and senseless wars." Although the wording of the referendums has not yet been determined, it is expected to differ according to the community In which it will be submitted. King said that last year at Dearborn, Mich., a referendum calling for an immediate cease lire and withdrawal of American troops from Vietnam received 40 per cent of the vote. Efforts to initiate a ballot on the Vietnam war are under way in Seattle, Portland, San Fran-ciso and Berkeley, Calif., and In Cleveland, New York, Cambridge, Mass., and Marin County, Calif., as well as the entire stale of Wisconsin, King said. He said campaigns are Just getting started in Detroit and Ann Arbor, Mich., Newton, Mass., and Evanston, HI. King describes the peace movement as a "mobilization R-Ky sponsor ol the amendment which would have called lor a study of economic and social causes of violence, and ol community attitudes. "We're spaaking to the country. We're speaking to the white people. We're speaking to the Negro people. j "Why not put In one of the basic causes which brought this to Iruition which we helped cause?" "Why not put all of them in?" McClellan replied. He said if the Senate wanted a detailed listing, It might also Include the influence of Communists or ol Negro militants like H. Rap Brown on city riots. Cooper said his amendment had been challenged on grounds it would condone rioting. He said that is not so. But Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D- W. Va., charged It would have constituted a Senate declaration "that the causes ol riots are h (AP Wlrtphoto) AWAY SHE WENT Sandy Hiltler, 20. the Australian lass who slowed away on the nuclear cruiser I'SS Long Beach in an attempt to nee her boy friend, Coast Guardsman Bud Brewer, flew back to Australia Friday afler a stay of several months in the tinted Slates.. She left from Long Beach, Calif. v '-zp (Sloll Photo by Arnold Erntit) ing patients to and from clinics in the area, or, to out-of-town hospitals. According to Richard Held, administrator, the donation of the car will save the county-operated hospital on W. 45th Street from having to purchase a new station wagon in the upcoming budget. . made up predominantly of patriotic Americans who, out of a deep love and concern of this nation, are gravely aware ol the ominous proportions the war in Vietnam has reached." King, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, announced the beginning ol a peace campaign last spring. He predicted then that domestic opposition to the war would continue, maintaining that each new step to escalate the war increases the risk ol Chinese Intervention. The movement was criticized in a paper against extremism issued by Freedom House, whose directors include former Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois, Roy Wilkins'of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and Sen. Edward Brooke, R-Mass. In a speech in New York last April, King favored all-out opposition to U.S. involvement in Vietnam. . poverty, slums, unemployment, the ghettos." Byrd said he does not consider these are the causes ol riots, although they may be lactors. Sen, Joseph S. Clark, D-Pa said he does not think a special investigation ol the riots is needed. But he acknowledged this view has little support. "Since this is going to pass," he said, "for goodness sake, let's make it a lair resolution." "Let's not make this Just a witch hunt, Mr. President." Clark said. The resolution authorizes Me-Clcllan's panel to investigate riots, violent disturbances, vandalism, criminal and civil disorder, Insurrection, their causes and potential preventive measures, both immediate and long range. McClellan said that wording assures a lull Investigation of all questions involved. OiXl 1... , t , New Orleans Jury Picked In Andrews Perjury Trial NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A Jury of five was seated Friday for the perjury trial of Dean Andrew, the first man to be tried as a result of Dist. Atty. ! J i m Garrison's controversial ; Kennedy assassination probe. J Andrews, a 44 year-old lawyer : who figured in the Warren Re-1 port, rubbed his palms nervous-1 ly. "Now for the crunch," he 1 said. I Andrews is charged with lying , to the Orleans 1' grand Jury Investigating an alleged conspiracy to kill President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated In Dallas Nov. 22, 1963. The live-man jury, plus one alternate, was chosen in three hours of examinations hustled along by Criminal Dist. Court Judge Frank J. Shea. The judge said the jury would be locked up at night for the duration of the trial. When Shopping Use P-T Classified QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SUNDAY AUG. 13 uili II 436 NORTHWOOD 120N. ROSEMARY 4 POINTS MILITARY TRAIL & S. FLA. GRADE 'A' SMALL FRESH EGGS IpjWflfl '"Tl'SIZE IfAH rJAUMA ii n viii l & w SeHLITZ" 8 BAKE-RITE SHORTENING 3 LB IT? iVft can Lrv U 1 y SS order J fU J or over Vi gS S HICKORY SMOKED - SUGAR CURED - mww THIFTY BRAND SUGAR CURED - HICKORY SMOKED . SLICED BACON CALIF. PINK MEAT loupes FIRM RIPE TIMATGiSJer EASTERN SHORE WHITE Potatoes FIRM, JUICY SANTA t. m M mm 000000 oooooooo oooooo FURNITUREREFINISHING g OLE SEN BROS. Q 6316GEORGIA AVE-WPi-PH 515-1928 O oooooooooooooo oooooo One Hour On ALL Downtown Parking Lots Get Two-Park three, 3. 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