The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 4, 1968 · Page 5
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 5

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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 5 All-School Assembly Set At Seacrest Council To Weigh Paper Bags Use School. With the general election only 24 hours away, subject of the assembly was to be "Americanism." DELRAY BEACH A special all-school assembly of students was scheduled lor 8:10 a.m. today at Seacrest High ELECT REPRESENTATIVE Dl The Americanism program Is the result of efforts by students Ronald David and William McLellan, who attended the American Legion's Boys State last summer. They worked with school officials to set up the pre-election assembly as a means of demonstrating the "responsibility and awareness" of good citizen students. The students feel that everyone should know that "not every teenager Is a hippie." Speakers scheduled for this morning's Americanism assembly included Cliff Wilson, governor of Florida Boys State, Seacrest student James Shanley, and Theodore Knight, LSD homes to the city In Leisure-ville would force added crews and equipment if paper bags are not adopted. Councilmen have been loath to accept the system In the light of Courtney's estimate that use of the system would cause some "out ofpocket" expense to taxpayers, while saving money in the. long run. Courtney has said that an additional 50 cents a month ($6 a year) would "more than cover" the cost of the reinforced, waterproof garbage collection bags. Garbage is picked up two times a week at curbside in residential areas here. JOE HUMPHREY believes In sound economy. He has consistently voted against increasing your taxes. Elmer Friday voted for increasing your sales tax, cigarette tax, liquor tax and beer tax. These Increases were the largest in the history of Florida. When economy was the issue . . . Where was Elmer? STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 34 IEPUS1ICAN Pd. Pol. Adv SHOP JM MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 10 'TIL 9:30 SI BOYNTON BEACH Use of paper bags for garbage collection throughout the city is scheduled to come before the city council again tonight during the regular meeting of the body. A move to make a decision on the new system was tabled two weeks ago during the vacation absence of City Manager Grady Courtney. At that time,, councilmen were, hesitant to accept the 33-gallon waterproof paper bags as a system replacing garbage cans. A mall survey of the 473 users of paper bags for garbage collection In a three-month test In the city's southwest Chapel Hill section showed that the majority of householders who responded to the survey fayored the new "throw away" system. Public Works Director Harold Hopkins spoke at that time in favor of adopting the paper bag concept. Last week, following Courtney's return, he sajd that "paper bagging" garbage would reduce collection time by about a third. He added that the advent of some 2,000 more Dog Show To Be Held Saturday Boys and girls under the age of 16 are invited to enter their dogs in Palm Beach Mall's Dog Show, Saturday, Nov. 9, at 9 a.m. Advance registration is being conducted by Docktor Pet Center in the Mall. In case of rain, the show will be moved inside the mall across from Woolworths. Judges will Include Mrs. Woody Fleuger, Boynton Beach; Frank J. Ambrose, Jr. and Pedro Rivero, both of West Palm Beach. Mrs. H. Paulin and Mrs. M. Shaffer of the Humane Education Committee of the Animal Rescue League, will assist with the show. All dogs may enter, and dogs are required to be on a leash. Awards will be given in the following categories: best costumed dog, best trick dog, smallest, largest and best groomed. 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