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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 11

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 7, 1968
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9 W W W P I ... i In State Government Reorganization Looms; Political Roars Expected Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 7, 196&-A11 Only One Crew Left At Condemned Camp I iS3 200 only TAME CREME RINSE 47III57 SfeJ with coupon linlir n icki 77' p3 01 unci buttll Coxnitk OiititmiiM jpi Coupon I alid i c3 1 '' P"' hoi'. 7-tf-V Included. But the real significance of these mergings Is that people are involved, not statistics. People who now have Jobs, positions, careers, retirement time built up, plus ego, are involved. The infighting, politicking and lobbying which will be involved in this aspect of meeting the new requirements of the Constitution will be a sight to behold. It will not be something the average voter will feel directly on a day to day basis. ' But it will eventually be felt In a number of direct ways. To those persons involved in state government, and there are more than 60,000, opposing such mergers is a matter of survival. Perhaps even the law enforcement aspects of the Board of Conservation will be divorced from the Conservation Department and placed under law enforcement. With law enforcement taken from the Conservation Department, there is not a lot left. The Police Standards Bureau is involved in training law enforcement officers and establishing standards for county and municipal law enforcement agencies. Conceivably this bureau would become a separate division within the new law enforcement agency and training standards for the Highway Patrol, Conservation officers, Beverage agents as well as county and municipal law enforcement agencies could be censing and chauffeuring state VIPs. The 1967 legislature created a Florida Bureau of Law Enforcement. Originally it was designed to include the Highway Patrol and beverage agency as well as a Juvenile division. The juvenile division subsequently was set up separately. Highway Patrol Chief Col. H. M. Kirkman was effective in getting his unit out from under the new bureau. Future efforts will not be so easily accomplished. There also was created a Florida Council of Police Standards. It Is a separate agency. Logically, all now will be lumped together in a single agency. with health regulations before a license could be issued to reopen It. The camp had been in operation for the last two years without a license, he added. Asst. County Solicitor Era-mett Comlskey, handling the case, said the injunction was Issued In order to prevent an Influx of migrants expected this month that would further compound the problem. The camp has a capacity for 260 migrant workers. Film On Drugs At Center Today A motion picture on drug addiction will be shown at Mounts Agricultural Center from 10 a.m. until noon today, it was announced by Miss Mary Todd, extension home economics agent. Samuel Reed of the National Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, along with Sheriff William Heidynan, will explain the dangers of narcotics and how parents may detect and help prevent the use of drugs. All but a Mexican labor crew had vacated the G. E. Jones Farms, Inc., labor camp by a first-of-the-week deadline, a Palm Beach County Health Department official said Wednesday. Charles C. Rhodes, a health department supervisor, said he expected the crew to leave the premises Wednesday following a court order issued against the camp last week. A total of 30 migrant workers had been living in the camp, on State Road 7, south of Delray Beach, condemned as a sanitation nuisance. A temporary injunction was issued against the camp last Tuesday by Circuit Court Judge James Downey on the charge brought by County Solicitor Marvin U. Mounts Jr., In behalf of the state and county health departments. Department officials complained the camp had garbage and waste disposal problems, a deficient water supply and inadequate sewer facilities. Rhodes said the camp owner was busy cleaning the place up, but would have to comply Commission OKs Indian Subdivision thursday . . friday . . Saturday November 7-8-9 given approval to attend the Sanitary Landfill Seminar to be held in Daytona Plaza Hotel. Nov. 13. A public hearing was set for Nov. 20, 11 a.m. in the county commissioners' room at the court house to discuss jointly with a representative of the district office of the State Road Department the question of an access to SR 60 and the main canal. Administrator Jennings was Instructed to contact Arnold Ramos, State Road Department district engineer, inviting him or his representative to the meeting. K NEWS FTi r 11:00 PM VsN tonight By REX NEWMAN Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE (AKN) Rumbles from the seal of Florida government which ultimately is expected to erupt with a lobbying roar such as the state has never heard were audible In Tallahassee Wednesday. The new Constitution adopted Tuesday created the rumbles. The first proposition of the three-part constitutional revision states simply that the legislature will reorganize the state's executive branch into no more than 25 agencies. To the casual observer, this seems to be a logical uncomplicated matter. Logical it is; uncomplicated it is not. There are more than 160 existing stale agencies. It Is going to take a lot of cramming to reduce the 160 to 25. Put it another way, it is going to take a lot of dividing of agency personnel, especially agency heads and executives, to get 160 into 2 It has been learned that Rep." Richard Pettigrew, D-Miami, will head the legislative committee which will attempt to accomplish this complicated reduction. Chances are good that Sen. Oorge Hollahan, D-Miami, will be vice chairman. Since the 160 agencies must be compressed Into 25, similar agencies will be lumped together. Such agencies as the Florida Park Service, Florida Forestry Service, the Archives Division of the newly-created Board of Archives and History and Record Keeping, will be put into an agency with the Conservation Department. There can only be a single agency head. Who will he be? Of course, there can be division heads within the agencies, so some agency heads could end up as division heads. Assistants to agency heads will be assistants to division heads, and so the row of dominoes goes. Another area of heavy lobbying will be in law enforcement. Example: The State Beverage Department has duties of revenue collecting as well as law enforcement. Conceivably the law enforcement duties will be separated from the revenue collecting duties. The Highway Patrol Is primarily Involved In law enforcement, emphasis upon pa-trollng highways, driver's li HEARING $ 75 AIDS I Battoriot Accouoriot Repairs, all makoi RIVIERA OPTICAL 2405 Iroodwoy, Imin Itoch 848-4412 i ALWAYS FIRST flllAI ITV " nrr Ily poluxo Island Boy Made Eagle Scout Steven Gaffney, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gaffney of 221 N. Atlantic Drive, Hypo-luxo Island, was awarded the Eagle Rank in Scouting at a court of honor ceremony held recently. In charge of the program for Troop 205 at the Evangelical Covenant Church was Dr. Paul Graham, dean of instruction at Palm Beach Junior College. Members of the Eagle Guard of Honor included William Graham, Dusty De Bell-view and Jack McLaughlin. The latter, who presented the Eagle Badge to Steven, was one of the first Eagle Scouts in the troop. 3 VERO BEACH - Indian River county commissioners gave tentative approval of a development plan for Indian River Acres subdivision Wednesday. Julian Lowenstein, developer of River Shores Estates, north of Vero Shores Estates off U.S. 1, was given approval to repave 12th Street S.E. and put in swale ditches in accordance with the subdivision regulations in effect at the time the development was started in 1966. However, Lowenstein was advised that any future development would have to comply with the new criteria of employing Miami-type gutters. Administrator Jack Jennings and Gene Hamilton were Musicians Picket Studios NEW YORK (AP) - Striking musicians resumed picketing of radio-television network studios Wednesday after withdrawing pickets briefly In their week-old walkout to avoid interference with the reporting of the presidential election. With the election out of the way, other unions in the entertainment Industry met and took a first step toward extending effective support to the AFL-CIO American Federation of Musicians. Representatives of 23 local, national and International unions active in the entertainment field unanimously adopted a resolution recommending Immediate support of the musicians by their respective parent organizations. FINE JEWELRY DEPT. MAIN FLOOR ISO only LANDERS HAND CREAM with coupon i tefullr ( pril ft' 13 ( bottto CommM DepoMmiM J Coupon Valid W. r-8-9 I IS. " fu I 200 only FIXODENT i DENTURE ADHESIVE 47 is i with coupon legulor low prut 8?' t3 Oln.r. ...,.. 1,1 i!5 Ofncmatir Oannrlmanl Ba ....!" 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