The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 101
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 101

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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1 ttl-raimBeacli Post-Times, Sflrttfef, SBy. MSGS French Students Threaten Action THE ONLY MAN IN THE DISTRICT 3 COUNTY COMMISSION RACE WHO HAS PLEDGED FULL-TIME SERVICE TO YOU. 315 CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE JAMES C. PARE (UPD The militant students who led the demonstrations of May and June con- S 1 ft A 1 HS JUDGE JAMES Sift i in i i ', . 1 JuS)p Jr. TEWART DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR FLORIDA COUNTY GROUP 2 REPUBLICAN JUDGE GROUP 2 - LEVER 4-C HIGHLIGHTS OF JUDGE ADKINS CAREER: Dear Voter, Because of the extremely long ballot scheduled for the November 5th election (over 40 races and several constitutional amendments), many candidates feel that county level races will not receive normal attention. This newspaper ad will help to inform you of my background and qualifications. I would also like to reprint the results of the non-partisan Palm Beach County Bar Association poll taken earlier this year to evaluate judicial candidates: . . , , Well Not Unable to Qualified Qualified Qualified Express Opinion JAMES R. STEWART, JR. 134 101 3 ,21 OPPONENT 16 60 98 85 This vote of confidence received from the attorneys that practice in this court is important; however, the voting public will decide if I am to continue as County Judge. I, therefore, respectfully request your consideration of my qualifications, your support during the campaign and your vote in sider the proposed reform of the antiquated French educational system nothing more than an elaborate plot by the De Gaulle government. They are not satislled and they threaten further action. The law proposes to decentralize the state-run universities, introduce a degree of student participation in administration university affairs and allow the dissemination of political information within the universities. The radical students demand complete financial and administrative autonomy, student control rather than participation, and the right to uninhibited political activity within the universities. "The battle will be Joined again. ..when the academic year starts, when the students will again be In class," Jacques Sauvageot, vice president of the French National Students Union (UNEF) said. "We have to create inside the university a certain number of points of rupture, to maintain a certain number of bastions. The university must become the focus of the student struggle, in liaison with the workers." UNEF, one of the spearheads of the student unrest last spring, is categorically opposed to the reform, Sauvageot said. A typical militant reaction to the reforms was that of a young student selling leftist newspapers outside the Sor-bonne: "The reforms are nothing. We are against the participation. It is a joke. We are in the minority. The government and the professors are against us. We will continue the struggle," he said. The reforms that education Minister Edgar Faure has succeeded in pushing through the National Assembly do not go far enough for the leftwing extremists among the students. Conservative opposition to the proposed reforms also has been intense but since the educational retorm bill is certain to become law the conservatives are learning to live with it. The ease with which the billi passed the National Assembly (on a unanimous vote with only 33 Communists and six conservative Gaulllsts abstaining) has engendered suspicion. "This law, It is too beautiful I distrust it," a medical student from Grenoble told UPL Criminal Prosecutor for three years as Assistant State Attorney One of Florida's Best Known legal Writers Experienced Trial Judge Author of Florida's Standard Law Books, Criminal law and Procedure, Florida Real Estate Law, Florida Law of Family Marriage and Divorce Supplement Trial Lawyer Twenty Years AND HAS SERVED AS INSTRUCTOR FOR: The National Academy, F.B.I. Police Academy Sponsored by the Florida Peace Officers Association Circuit Judges Seminar Traffic Court Conference Trial Practice Seminars sponsored by the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers Thank you. Very truly yours, WHAT KIND OF CITIZEN IS JAMES C. ADKINS, JR.? Served in the infantry, U.S. Army, World War Former member of Board of directors of Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency, North Central Florida Past vice-president, Alachua County Mental Health Association II, Member of American legion Board Member, First Methodist Church, Gainesville Member of lions and other clubs " JAMES R. STEWART, JR. BACKGROUND AND QUALIFICATIONS Pa it president, Gainesville Boys' Club Prepared charters for North Florida Eye Bank for Restoring Sight and Gainesville-Alachua County Citizen's Safety Council INCUMBENT COUNTYJUDGE N PRACTICED LAW IN PALM BEACH COUNTY FOR 7 YEARS GRADUATE OF UNIV. OF ILLINOIS AND UNIV. OF MIAMI MARRIED THREE CHILDREN CHURCH SCHOOL TEACHER, TRUSTEE AND CERTIFIED LAW SPEAKER WAGG MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH PRESIDENT - ASSOCIATION OF RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS 1954-1957 AWARDS: University of Florida Law College for Contributions to Legal Education Gainesville Jaycee's 1968 Good Government Award for Support of Law and Order FORMER ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL FOR AREA PLANNING BOARD Pd. Pol. Adv. By Camp. Treas. This Newspaper has endorsed Richard Nixon for President. They say we need a change in Washington. This is very sensible. but it also has endorsed Your present Democrat Congressman for re-election to Congress. EC f C CI IKI Th my The only way you can give him that conservative Republican Congress is to elect conservative Republicans to Congress. Remember, the only way that conservative Republicans can control the House is if there are more Republicans than Democrats in the House. IF YOU ARE GOING TO VOTE FOR A CONSERVATIVE PRESIDENT THE LEAST YOU CAN DO IS GIVE HIM A CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN CONGRESS THAT WILL SUPPORT HIM AND NOT OPPOSE HIM. Why? Because our present Democrat Congressman, if re-elected, would be a member of the opposition party in the Congress. He admits that he will vote to permit the liberal-dominated opposition party to control the Congress and that opposition party will do everything in its power to stop President Nixon from ending the mess in Washington. Pretty silly, isn't it? Do YOUR part to end the mess in Washington. Vote for a conservative Republican for Congress. Elect epuhlican 0 . . . he'll do his part for our 9th Florida District. Paid fof by Hurt for Congrw Commiittt, P. O. Box 1985, Wtit Palm BmcH, Hon. John T. Ttiomw, Ctuirmm

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