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Al j Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 ..r V u i ; n , t I-rejfdent'in. L . k Ballots Ntdtl I'tioioLn Lou Payne SPECIAL BALLOTING - Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Klinsing of 2580 Acklins Road receive a special presidential ballot at the county Supervisor of Elections office. The special ballot, listing only presidential and vice presidential candidates, is available to qualified voters who have fallen short of their required year's residency in Florida. If the applicants are registered in their home states, they may receive the special ballot locally. Voting on this ballot must be done in the supervisor's office; deadline is 5 p.m. Monday. Congressman PAUL ROGERS seeks your views. Ever since first going to Congress Paul Rogers has distributed an annual Questionnaire seeking the views of District residents. In addition, he actively solicits your letters, calls and visits, and he reports regularly on his activities. Congressman PAUL ROGERS acts on your views. Paul Rogers believes it is the first responsibility of a Representative in Congress to reflect the views of the people. He has consistently voted the thinking of the people of our District. Congressman PAUL ROGERS represents you. Paul Rogers acts as your own personal representative in Washington. If you have ever contacted him about a personal problem with a Federal agency, you know he gives prompt personal attention to your requests and he sees that action is taken on your requests. Congressman PAUL ROGERS is in key position to continue to serve YOU in the next congress. Paul Rogers already ranks in the top VS of the United States House of Representatives. He is the ranking member of the Health Subcommittee, and the Oceanography Subcommittee. He is a senior member of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce and the Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committees. He knows this District, its people and its problems and goals. Congressman PAUL ROGERS gets results Congressman Paul Rogers is author of TV Radiation Safety Act - LSD Drug Control Act - co-author of Sea Grant College program - helped write Air Pollution Control Act - Mental Health Act - Mental Retardation Act - Health Manpower Act. He played a key role in passage of strong Federal anti-crime law. Led successful fight to change 3 Supreme Court decisions. His bill stopping trade with Castro passed House without dissenting vote. Bill implementing Hoover Commission recommendations and bill to cut off "give-away" features of foreign aid have each saved taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. PAUL ROGERS has been honored for his service to YOU by . . . Extra Chores On Lake Worth, Atlantis Ballots By JACK OWEN Staff Writer Voters In Lake Worth and Atlantis will face extra responsibilities Tuesday. They will be taking part in balloting to give local administrators "straw vote" feelings on various issues. Atlantis Is a private community surrounded by lakes and golf courses. Future roads servicing the area are to be built to State Road Department width specifications. FLORIDA STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY THE NAVY LEAGUE FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL FLORIDA SUGAR CANE LEAGUE NATIONAL ASSOCIATED BUSINESSMEN VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS AMERICAN LEGION (and many others) FLORIDA COUNCIL OF 100 NARCE CIVIC AFFAIRS ASSOCIATES RESERVE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I U. S. JAYCEES WEST PALM BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FORT LAUDERDALE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FLORIDA SAVINGS & LOAN LEAGUE You Can't Buy A Nip During Day Congressman PAUL ROGERS It you feel It's necessary to take a little nip before going to the polls Tuesday, forget it or do your drinking Monday. In accordance with state law (Chap. 104, Sect. 104.381 in the code), the sale of all intoxicating beverages will be halted during the hours the polls are open. In Palm Beach County, that means no drinks from 7 a.m. until7p.m. The ban on sales will be In effect in bars, cocktail lounges, saloons, package stores . and restaurants selling intoxi- cants. i However,', liquor sales will resume at 7 p.m. Tuesday, just in time for you to watch the returns on television and celebrate victories or mourn losses. Objections from the council, and residents, have been raised because the specified 60-foot wide roads will take land from frontage privately owned. Clerk Richard Uhl said council members feel road widths should be set by ordinance: "The council is more aware of local needs, and it feels the specifications could be relaxed, "he said. Voters will be asked to express their feelings on the issue, prior to making representation to state legislators. In Lake Worth, voters will be deciding three annexation measures. Two of the measures are on voting machines while the third is on paper ballot. The machine measures include annexation of Lakeside Point Gardens, an area bounded by Lake Osborne on one side and Lake Worth city limits on the other. The annexation would bring a fully developed adult community Into the city. In return for placing the community on the city tax roll, residents of the development would receive all city services, including utilities, , fire and police protection. The other annexation also on the voting machine would expand the city boundaries to include an area loosely bounded by Seventh Avenue N. and 10th Avenue N., and an area west of Davis Road. It is unoccupied at this time, but Dr. Frank Dolly and Arvin Lin, partners in Dolan Corp., have plans for residential development, Final straw vote, this time via paper ballot, will be whether to annex 20 acres of land adjacent to Lakeside Point Gardens and Lake Osborne. The land is owned by former City Manager Tom Smith, and Is in the process of changing ownership to Kenneth Murry, developer of Lakeside Point Gardens. It would be developed on a similar scale to the adult community. Approximately 400 living units would be constructed. While the machine decisions can be acted upon Immediately by the commission in preparing annexation papers, the paper ballots are merely expressions of opinion for future action. Murry wants to know if the voters of Lake Worth will annex his property in a formal referendum during the March, 1969, local elections. Results of the straw vote should provide a helpful guide. If voters favor annexation, city commissioners will consider extending city services to the site in order for construction to begin soon, prior to official annexation. The commission has been opposed to expanding utility services outside city limits. SlJIfSENTINEL T ' ' ' ' "lllrP FLORIDA VORTPIERCEFUOR itoLmM ! J tl S I It: 1 if J X i iT'l I hi Ik j i UA f I .V0H FOR u:,?lrfiH s to lUMj&i Kirk Dedicates Missile Plant TITUSVILLK, Fla. (AP) -.McDonnell Doi.-;las Astronautics Co. Saturda dedicated a new plant which houses a pilot sproductlon line for the Army's Dragon anti-tank missile. Among the speakers were Florida Gov. Claude Kirk and Walter F. Burke, president of the St. Louis-based company. The plant, located on 247 acres of Ti-Co Airport, comprises an 85,000-square-foot office-manufacturing building and an additional 20,000 square feet of laboratory and test buildings. More than 800 persons are employed at the plant. The Dragon missile is tested on property here, at nearby Cape Kennedy and at the Army's Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. In addition to the Dragon, tne plant is working on inspection, refurbishment and repaii ot the Nike-Hercules anti-aircraft missile. with a WINNER! 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