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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 4

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Saturday, November 2, 1968
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ULECT Mao Rival Liu Fired 4 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 2, 1968 Dean Supports Mi)J X Pol. Adv Proposal IM. ,.d .S, Ik. millage If they desire. Dom, rSC'liril J and scab hiding in the party and is a lackey of imperialism. Free Caplives SEOUL (UPD South Korea Friday announced that Communist North Korea Thursday released 288 South Korean fisherman after five months of captivity. TOKYO (AP) Mao Tse-tung Friday brought his old rival and once close frlpnd. President Liu Shac-chi, 70, to his knees after a 26-month power struggle that left Red China In chaos. Liu could face a death sentence. Hsinhua (New China) News Agency reported that Chairman Mao's Communist party Central Committee voted unanimously to expel Liu "from all posts both Inside and outside the party." Breaking up Thursday after meeting since Oct. 13, the Central Committee promised "to continue to settle accounts with him and his accomplices tpr their crimes In betraying the party and the country." In previous political upheavals since the armies of the Communists drove the Chinese Nationalists from the mainland in 1949, no prominent Communist has been executed as far as the outside The "charges against Liu approved by the Central Committee were harsh and of a nature that could easily wind up with the supreme penalty. The communique said the committee approved a report on the examination of the acts of Liu and "confirms with full supporting evidence that Liu Shao-chi is a renegade traitor TAX ASSESSOR STETSON 0. SPROUL (Retiring Tax Collector) CndoMel . . . MOTHER KNOWS BEST C.Ei. McGEHEE For TAX COLLECTOR I am retiring this year after having been privileged to serve Wfy Revision B,HVHITE Staff Writer RIVIERA BEACH "A quiet revolution is going on in our country in county and state government," Jack Dean said. Dean, who is county administrator, talked on the "New Constitution and Our Community," before the Rotary Club Friday at the Racquet Club. He admitted that the opinions he was giving were personal and "not sponsored by his employers." "This is not perfect," Dean said. "None is. Home-rule provision for counties is needed." He discussed "misunderstandings" that many have in regard to the proposed new constitution. The new instrument, he noted, says that homestead exemption may be between $5,000 and $10,000. It does not say: "Must." The 10-mill taxation limitation for city, county and school board is not mandatory, he said. The people can vote on Call us for i I i l TERMITE CONTROL GET RID OF I ' TERMITES I I HOUSEHOLD INSECTS PATIO, UWH t GARDEN PESTS RESI LTS Gl.'ARAMTEED I PALM BEACH I EXTERMINATING SERVICE INC. ' 1913 S. DIXIE PH. 133-0808 J Even lather will admit that mother is closer la the public school system . . . she knows its problems and also its opportunities. Educated at Ursinus College (B.A.); Temple University (I.L.I.); ond Florida Atlantic University (M.Ed.) the citizens of Palm Beach County for 32 years as Tax Collector. Ernie Mc Gehee has served as my assistant for 9 years and knows every phase of this office. In this important job I know there is no substitute for experience, and this experience combined with Mr. Mc Gehee's character and supervisory ability make him Mother ol two children who attended Palm Beach County schools, grades 1 through 12, Thelma Wymer is concerned with all activities pertaining to the education ol all children. Wife of John F. Wymer, Jr., administrator of Good Samaritan Hospital for 21 years, who cgrees with mother. . . "VOTE FOR THE WOMAN" VOTE INTEGRITY and HIGH QUALIFICATIONS TIIELMA WYMER eminently qualified to serve you. I urge all my friends and supporters to . . . VOTE FOR C.E.'-'McGEHEE PALM BEACH COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR -'thb VU'lfV GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL Oct. 17 Mr. and Mrs. James Sutton Powor l Marjfirie Ann Farmer I. ;194U Australian Court, a daughter. Susan Elizabeth. Oct 17 Mr. and Mrv Ronald Andrew Massey ICarlee Kaphun LaShellel. 4570 Bensel St.. a son. Konald Andrew Jr. Oct. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Vlrell Nicholson (Kay l.rah Yoel. 94H Francis St.. a son. Peter ttpsmond. Oct. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Joseph Tenore (Belh Lane DellinKeri, 1124 Broadwav. Riviera Beach, a daughter. Lillian Lane. Oct. Id Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean Curl i Patricia Ann Niebeh. Mil S. Lake Drive, a daughter. Michele Diane. Oct. W Mr. and Mrs Robert Needle iViki Ann Tingslromi. 11114 S. "M" St.. Lake Worth, a son. David Allen. Oct. 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Fite (Martha Ann .Itmes), 4nil Holiday Way. a son, Robert Whiltnore. Oct. 1 Mr and Mrs. Conrad Oscar Trautncr iCrcilia Marrella Callaway), l.'ll.i S. 15th St., Lake Worth, a daughter, tlina Connetle. Oct. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Allan Nvman t Donna Lee Niemii, .127 Pine St.. l.antana. a daughler. Tammv Sue. Oct. 211 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boran iWvnctl Williams i, 1121 t hervl Road, a daughter, Vlkkl. Oct. 21) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Franklin Sims (Linda .lovce Walker i. 1HU1 Crest Drive. Lake Worth, a daughter, Christy Lcann. Oct. 211 Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Jackman Sr. I Carol Dianne l.uckev). Star Route. Clewislun. a son. James Cecil Jr. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Andrew Brewer (Louise Kredonia Hobbsl. 9214 Demerv Drive. Palm Beach Gardens, a son. Krnest Andrew Jr. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. George David Wolt (Cassandra Ann Hulh, 2l W. 1.4th St.. Riviera Beach, a daughter. Melanle Dvanne. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Oarv Leon Flanders (Jacqueline F.sther Johnsonl. 7.1li Alamamla. Norlh Palm Beach, a daughter. Rebecca ( arolvn. Oct, 21 Mr. and Mrs. Uenlamln Raymond i Ada Louise Wisei. 5794 F.lmhurst Road, a son. David Frcderirh. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Michael Wright (Barbara Joan Penley). MIS 4,'lrd St.. a son, Timothy Michael Jr. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Raymond Little i Bethany Jo Anne Lambert I. K121 S. Lake Drive, a daughler, .loni Burch. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Elliott Johnson (Marcia Louise Srhmitn, 57HJ Tiffany Place, a daughter. Monica Christine. Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joseph Lowery (Sharyn l.vnn Roberts!, .'IU15 Broadway, a daughter. Klmborely Lynn. Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Henrv George Loven (Patricia F.slhcr Luflusl. 600 Win St.. a daughter. F.sther Dorothy. Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. William Alvln Tyrrell ( Sandra Ann Christensen i. 21)5 W. Windsor Road, Jupiter, a son. Kenneth lan. Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lionel Seguin (F.leanor Angie Daguei, 541)5 Mesa Trail, a son, Dennis Albert Dupont. Oct. 2.1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen McNutt I Jane Frances Mazaci, 5213 Mo-bilalre Drive, a son, Edward Allen Jr. Oct. 2.1 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Alan Mantv (Barbara Adamsoni, 172 Granada Drive. Palm Springs, a son. Mark Allan. Oct. 24 - Mr. and Mrs. William Shelton Poole (Shirley Ann Drawdvi. 15b' NFJ Third St.. Belle Glade, a daughter. Julia Andi a. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Foster (Jane Charlene Holll, 129(1 Maple St.. a son. Jonalhan Charles. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Bonefaclo Justo Riviera (Lealhia JoAnn Hoodi, 1298 Drexel Road, a son. Glenn David. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tavlor Jr. (Carol Ann Reeli. 1418 S. Atlantic Drive. West, a daughter. Julia Reed. Oct. 24 - Mr. and Mrs. David Alan Salisbury (Linda Grace Fulmer). 57 Willow Road. Jupiter, a son. David Christian. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Llndv Mac Mann (Barbara Jo Stricken, 907 Lake Shore Drive, Lake Park, a daughler, Barbara Chase. Oct. 25 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Marlse Cooper 'Adrlcnne Jeannette Seichepinl, 1(12.12 Plant Drive. Palm Beach Gardens, a daughter, Lisa Jeannette. ST. .MARY'S HOSPfTAL Oct. 19 Mr. and Mrs. George Barfield He noted that the proposed constitution does not provide that a county government can absorb a city government. "The municipalities ate protected," he said. In his preface to his talk he remarked: "Modernization is an indispensable step toward revitalizing the federal system with its historic partnership between the federal government and the states. "More than 50 per cent of the states are now doing something about their constitutions. The mean average age is 81 years. New Hampshire's went into effect in 1784. The Florida State Legislature worked on this proposed new constitution over a three-year period at a cost of $200,-000, he said. "While it is not perfect," he said, "it is a great improvement over the 8.'i-year-old document now in effect." He pointed out the need to make the constitution flexible so it can respond to the needs of the taxpayers, which he said it does not have now. All that a county can do now is pass resolutions and wait two years for the state legislature to act. "The states must overhaul their constitutions in order to strengthen the states' ability to respond quickly and effectively to the challenges of 2iith Century life," Dean said. "Counties must do the same . . .home-rule is a must." The proposed constitution does not say that we must have a metro-type of government, he stressed. YOUR MAN 'I I1 r 4 r 1 'CM. LEVER 30-A SCHOOL BOARD REPUBLICAN DISTRICT 3 Pd. Adv. by Comp. Treos. REPUSUCAN CD fOL AOV AUTH IT CAMMIQN TPttAt VOTE FOIt ROBERT C. POSITIVE " NEGATIVE JOHHSO Conserve your hard earned tax dollars with a man dedicated to economy in County Government COUNTY COMMISSIONER REPUBLICAN Pd. Pol od outh, Com)). Trias. AN'S oOTE Ed Maxwell, your County Assessor, offers a POSITIVE POSITION on the operation of the Assessor's office a platform based on FINANCIAL FACTS, a PROVEN record, and the QUALIFICATIONS required to do the job INTELLIGENTLY and IMPARTIALLY. His opponent has chosen a campaign of NEGATIVISM, leveling unfounded charges and questioning your Assessor's policies, but has FAILED to offer POSITIVE ALTERNATIVES on matters relating to the operation of the Assessor's AN KESSEL (Lois Griffin). 512 18th St., a son. Eric Ricardo. Oct. 21) Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso La-Vern Anderson I Pamela Rise Bovkln). 1076 W. .mth St.. Riviera Beach, a son. Algernon LaMon. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Jose Meza Betan-court Jr. (Olivia Car dona i, 619 Urquharl Court. Lake Worth, a daughler. Hermina. Oc5 21 Mr. and Mrs. Loveard Brvant Lee lit (Bonnie Gave Morrison). 2.116 N. Wallen Drive. Lake Park, a son. Loveard Bryant IV. Oct. 21 - Mr. and Mrs. William Gary Fagg (Sharrv Don Reeves). 4976P 4972 Clinton Ave.. Greenacres Clly, a daughter. Tereasa Lvnn. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Dionese (June Anne Desnovers). 4902 Ohio Road. Lake Worth, a daughter. Gina Louise. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lee McCoy ( Diana Pachecol. 425 Ninth St.. a daughter. Margaretl JoAnna. Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. George Ernest McClelland Jr. (Linda Joyce Brown), 915 Peoples St., a son. George Ernest III. Oct. 2,1 Mr. and Mrs. Gary William Wallhorn (Paula Rae McQueeiil, St. Lucie Acres. Indlantown. a son. JeffrvAlan. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. David Ross English (Lois Carol Kronenbergeri. 507 Circle East. Jupiter, a daughter. Patricia Michele. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur James Mongo (Barbara Jean Baldwin). 2.122 Av-enup "M'" Riviera Beach, a son. Brad Ambrose. BETH KM) A MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Boynton Beacn Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee Hol-liday (Annie Mae Odomt. 426 SW 15lh Ter.. Delray Beach, a daughler, Cherie Charina. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Ran Edwin Stanley (Nancy Jane Kovachl, 2512 N. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach, a daughter. Ursula Dawn. Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Warner Bell (Claire Pindatl. 2901 N. Ocean Blvd.. Delray Beach, a son. Robert Warner. Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Sweat (Shirley Schwenchten i. 35.1 NE Third Ave,, Delray Beach, a daughter. Cynthia Lynn. Ocl. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Van Grossmann (Paula Mav Progen), 1121 S. "M" St.. Lake Worth, a son. Todd Alexander. Ocl. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Klmberlv F. Fulton (Joyce Bartram), 318 Glen Arbor, Bov nton Beach, a son. Robert Maurice. Ocl. 2.1 Mr. Mrs. Leverster Bradley (Betty Jean Lamonsl. 331 SW 11th Ave!, Delrav Beach, a daughter. Janet Evon. Ocl. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Slof-fregen (Jane Shafer). 450 SW Third Ave., Bovnion Beach, a daughter, Jennifer Lvn. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Rhouds I Linda Shepherd). .104 SE Third SI., Delrav Beach, a son. Richard Wllmer Jr. Ocl. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bowell (Eileen Zita). 3.11 NW ,17th St., Pompano Beach, a daughler, Vickie Lvnn. Orl. 24 - Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Malleis I Johanna Altlerl l. 6216 NW Nlnlh Courl, Margate, a daughter, Chritine Jo. Oct. 25 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Michael Meyer (Karen M. Schmidt), 211 NW 18th SI., Delray Beach, a son. John Michael. Ocl. 26 Mr. and Mrs. David Francis O'Connell (Nancv Olsson), 59 SW Ninth Ave., Boca Raton, a daughler. Emily Jeanne. Ocl. 26 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson IReva Marie Wright), 2.17 SW Fiflh SI.. Delray Beach, a daughter, Erlcka Lvn. Ocl. 26 Mr. and Mrs. Rov Calvin Palon (Shirley B. Edmunds). 1,124 SE First Way, Deerfield Beach, a son, John James. Ocl. 26 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Wels-er (Marsha McCullenl. 121 St. Cloud Lane, Boca Raton, a son, Robert Emerson. Ocl. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall Meldrlm ( Judith Burchwolll, 14.11 NW Third St.. Bovnton Beach, a son. Jeffrey-Roberl. MARTIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Stuart Ocl. 27 Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw (Donna Shelton), Box 682, Sluarl, a daughler. Ocl. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Waller Robinson (Elizabeth Moorel, 1060 Terrace Road. Stuart, a son. without provisions for widening the existing two-lane A1A. On the opposite side of the fence, Morgan said Boca Raton and Coral Gables (in Dade County) give excellent examples of "community planning." He said the situations in Delray and South Palm Beach are good examples of people not understanding problems that will surely result. Election of officers was postponed for still another month following Morgan's report that the Area Planning Board (APB) had not yet been able to resolve exactly what the TCC status Is. Morgan explained that legally the TCC Is under the county commission but theoretically is responsible to the APB. The APB's legal counsel is investigating the status problem, Morgan said, and a recommendation should be ready in time for next month's TCC meeting. In other business Friday, the committee heard comments on a request from the City of Lake Worth to elevate 1-95 from Lake Worth Road to 6th Avenue South. B. G. Cloyd of Tallahassee, a representative of the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads, said the bureau would consider the Lake Worth request. "Policy on this type of thing is still being created, Cloyd said, "but we will consider the request." W3S (MMB mMmmm Hi MB mm Communities Hit For Faulty Zoning 'AGRICULTURE (value of products shipped) is up 107 since 1960 when we began the two party system in Palm Beach County" mmmmmw Palm Beach County CAN AFFORD another lawsuit, when your assessor's vigorous defense of lawsuits retains on the tax rolls the value of property that nets $650,000 A YEAR IN TAX DOLLARS. That's the amount of tax dollars that would have been LOST and the BURDEN SPREAD TO ALL OTHER PROPERTY OWNERS if your Assessor failed to successfully defend those lawsuits. More lawsuits are pending and if the Assessor FAILS TO DEFEND them, the value of the tax roll would be REDUCED to the extent that another $525,000 in tax dollars would be SPREAD AS A BURDEN TO ALL OTHER PROPERTY OWNERS ANNUALLY. Expenses of the Assessor's office HAVE increased SO HAVE THE EXPENSES of business establishments, the household budget as well as other government agencies. But with only NORMAL INCREASES in office expenses, your Assessor has increased the total tax base of Palm Beach County by: PLACING on the tax rolls property that had escaped taxation in previous years; COMPLYING immediately with Florida Supreme Court-ordered full just value assessment (it cost a comparable county $1.3 million to do it two years later); GRANTING NO favoritism to large property owners and other special interests; COMPLYING with the law to give Palm Beach County an impartial and equitable tax roll so that no property owner pays someone else's taxes. j'lif i in unrittmiiMnmiii mm i Facts pertaining to operations of the Assessor's office are public information, CONCEALED FROM NO ONE. Annual financial statements, prepared at required BY LAW, are filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, available FOR INSPECTION BY ANYONE. These statements are REVIEWED AND CERTIFIED annually by the State Comptroller's office, while the complete operation of the Assessor's office is reviewed periodically by the State Auditing Department, whose AUDIT REPORTS also are on file as PUBLIC RECORD, commending your assessor for efficiency of operation and compliance with the law. Records of individual personal property accounts, however, are held in STRICT CONFIDENCE, available to NO ONE, in accordance with state law. I ,rKl. . Oy., ... ,.r it.n t Palm Beach County's failure to win any zoning appeal cases results primarily from the lack of community backing, Donald O. Morgan, chairman of the County Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC).said Friday. Morgan cited situations In Delray Beach and South Palm Beach where construction of high-rise condominums and apartments Is progressing I? mm Jki i- Don't be Misled . . . ... by misconception of facts, out-of-context quotations, negative advertisements or expensive special interest campaigning. Don't Pay Someone Else's Taxes IN 3tt YEARS AS YOUR STATE ATTORNEY, TOM JOHNSON HAS A PERFECT RECORD WHILE SERVING YOU AS STATE ATTORNEY IN PALM BEACH COUNTY. EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT, TOM JOHNSON KNOWS HOW TO "GET TOUGH" WITH THOSE THAT BREAK THE LAW. RETURN TOM JOHNSON AS YOUR STATE ATTORNEY ! Pd. Pol, Adv. by Campaign Treas. ; 5; HI mm im3 mi HAS HONESTLY DONE THE JOB RE-ELECT YOUR COUNTY ASSESSOR DEMOCRAT Mm

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