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  • Serving Boca Raton and Deerfield Beach

    Boca Raton, Florida, Thursday, October 15, 1959

  • 2 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, October 15, 1959

    Disagree on Pay Raises(Continued From page l)

    Flanchertook Herbold to taskfor an advertisement he hadplaced in the Boca Raton Newslast week regarding the dismissalof the Planning Board. He de-manded that Herbold tell himwhen he had voted to refer ac-tions back to the board for a fullvote of the Planning Board.

    Herbold then had the CityClerk read excerpts from theminutes of the Planning Boardmeeting where one action wasreferred back.

    Mayor DeLong also took issuewith the advertisement and saidhe had never, at any time, saidhe would "crackdown" on ab-senteeism on the boards. Heobjected to use of the word"crackdown. "

    Commissioner Dane, absentwhen the action was taken re-moving the Planning Board, saidhe was astonished at the removalof Dr. Harry Sorenson, JohnHoughton and Mrs. MargaretLynch, as their attendance wasgood,

    Earle Robbins was electedby a majority vote of city em-ployes to represent them on theCivil Service Board. Commis-sioners confirmed the electionand appointed Kobbins to servefor a two-year term.

    Commissioner Flancher saidhe wanted it made part of thepublic record that he was neitherpro nor con on the subject offluoridationfor Boca Raton. Hesaid he had received numerousletters and telephone calls and asfar as he was concerned BocaRaton water was outstanding init's quality and he intended to

    leave it that way.A 20-page, ordinance re-

    garding the certifying and l i -censing of contractors was readin full and adopted and madeeffective immediately so thatthe daily operation of the ad-ministration department not beinterrupted. Licenses for con-tractors are due Nov. 1 and thenew ordinance will apply to all ,

    A plat of Paradise Palms,west of the city limits, waspresented by the Bible Con-ference Grounds Inc. with arequest for annexation. Theplatwas referred to the Planningand Zoning boards and CityAttorney Leon Weaver was in-structed to prepare an ordinanceof intent to annex.

    THOMAS RESIGNS(Continued prom page l)

    "Prior to retiring to BocaRaton four years ago I servedwith the United States Post OfficeDepartment for 30 years, 14 ofwhich I served as Postmaster.Laterl was afield representativeof the United States Civil ServiceCommission.

    "On Nov. 1, 1958, I wasunanimously appointed a mem-berof the Civil Service Boardbythe City Council. When othermembers refused to serve asSecretary because it is a verytime consuming job, I agreed to

    Herbert G. McLauthlinHerbert G. McLauthlin, 61,

    of 1455 N.E. Fifth Avenue, Bocato ton, died Friday in the VeteransHospital at Coral Gables after athree-month illness.

    He was born in Chelsea,Mass., and came to Boca Ratonin November, 1956. He wasbuyer and manager for the Har-vard Cooperative Society for 27years in Cambridge. His formerhome was in Lexington, Mass.

    He was a former member ofPeguossette Blue Lodge F & AM,Watertown, Mass., and also ofthe Scottish Rite and bodies andShrine, all of Massachusetts.

    He is survived by his wife,Marion, of Boca Raton; twodaughters, Mrs. Marion Lee ofHonolulu, Hawaii, and MissMargery McLauthlin of BocaRaton; three sons, Robert G.,Milltown, N. J. ; Walter H.,South River, N. J., and John H.of Boca Raton, and five grand-children.

    Services were held Mondayin the Kraeer Funeral Chapel withthe Rev. Ernest E, Hawk, pastorof the First Methodist Church,officiating.

    Cremation followed. KraeerFuneral Homes was in charge ofthe arrangements.

    INMEMORIAM

    daughter. Miss Helen Tischart ofChicago; a daughter-in-law,Mrs. Juanita Tischart of Chicago;two sisters, Mrs. Alice CLacmoand Mrs. Mary Rosa of Chicago,and his mother, Mrs. GeorgianaTischart of Chicago, and threegrandchildren.

    Services were held Wednes-day at 2 p.m. in the KraeerFuneral Chapel with WendellLoveless of the Bible ConferenceGrounds officiating.

    Burial was in Forest LawnCemetery, Pompano, Beach.Kraeer Funeral Home was incharge of arrangements.

    Mrs. Florence KairawiczMrs. Florence L. Kairawicz,

    53, was found dead at her home,51 N. E. 51st Street, la'st Friday.The body Was discovered by acolored maid reporting for work.

    She came to Boca Raton threeyears ago from Dania, Fla.

    Mrs. Kairawicz is survivedby her mother, Mrs. Ethel Perryof San Pedro, Calif.; two sisters,Mrs. Edith Williams of SanPedro and Mrs. Blanche Fergusonof Los Angeles; a brother, EverettArchambault of Lowell, Mass.,and a nephew, Henry LandryofBoca Raton.

    Funeral services will be held

    at 2 p.m. today at the Hender-son Funeral Chapel in DeerfieldBeach.

    Henderson Funeral Home ishandling the arrangements.Burial will be in Hollywood Me-morial Gardens, Hollywood, Fla.

    Rummage Sale ChairmanMrs. Joseph Starke was

    named general chairman of therummage sale sponsored by thewomen of St. Paul's LutheranChurch. The sale will takeplace Oct. 16 and 17 at AldrichCorner from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    acceptappointmentona tempo- Ebenezer L Evansrary basis. I served in this capa-

    POINTS OF INTERESTHe helps those who help them-selves. Trust in God and keep-your powder dry.

    By the RepublicanDon Montgomery

    Foremost Watch Repairs

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    city until July. Now the boardhas a paid employe.

    " Today three months afterI resigned as Secretary theyhave preferred charges againstme on the pretext that two menemployed as temporaries in Jan-uary and two in May were per-mitted to remain on the payrollbeyond the 90-day limit.Whether this was my responsi-bility or on the head of thatparticular Department is de-batable.

    "It is very humiliating tohave been asked to resign onsuch picayune charges.

    "The whole crux of thematter is, I am not a Yes Manand have opposed the rulingfaction of City Hall when I be-lieve them to be in error andhave made suggestions when Iconsidered them to be in the bestinterestof all Civil Service em-ployes of this City.

    "I resented the dictatorialattitude and I am opposed topolitical expediency in CivilService by professional politi-cians.

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    Ebenezer Ludwig Evans, 68,280 N. E. Second Circle, BocaRaton, died unexpectedly lastWednesday in a Boynton Beachhospital.

    He came here a year and ahalf ago from Merrick, Long Is-land, N. Y.

    Mr. Evans retired in 1951after serving 35 years as assistantcashier with the National CityBank of New York City.

    He is survived by his wife,Mrs. Madeline A. Evans of BocaRaton; four sisters, Mrs. FlorenceTelfer, Lafayette, Calif., Mrs.Gertrude Richard, Riverside,Calif., Mrs. Adda Patterson,Luzerne County, Pennsylvania,and Mrs. Marie Kegirs, Plato-field, N. J.

    Services were held Thursdayat 8 p. m. at the Kraeer FuneralChapel with the Rev. Albert L.Eastman, pastor of the Church ofthe Open Door, officiating.

    Further services and burialwere in New Jersery.

    Local arrangements werehandled by the Kraeer FuneralHome.

    Alexander A. TischartAlexander A. Tischart, 61,

    died Monday at North BrowardGeneral Hospital in Ft. Lauder-dale.

    He came to Boca Raton a yearago from Chicago and lived at377 N. E. 24th Street. He was acarpenter and a member of Local80, Carpenters Union, Chicago.

    He is survived by his wife,Helen, of Boca Raton; two sons,Itobert F. of Chicago and Alex-ander Jr. of Boca Raton; a

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