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Young Weighs Running For Governor In '70 42 Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 8, 1968 Schultz Expects Capital Accord r II nil ii "My gosh, why not?" Kirk replied as he awaited the arrival of President-elect Richard Nixon on Wednesday night. only three seats to the Republicans in Tuesday's general election, said he would work toward "much better communication and cooperation" be . - r ' 1 ST. PETERSBURG (AP) Senate Republican Leader Bill Young said Thursday he still is very' definitely considering the race for governor In 1970 despite Gov. Claude Kirk's announcement that he will be seeking re-election. "I make my plans Independently of the governor, no matter who he might be," Young said. "I had always assumed he would run If the Constitution was approved." Within hours after Floridi-ans accepted the major revision which allows a governor to seek a second four-year term, Kirk told newsmen at Key Biscayne that he loved being governor and certainly would run again. rmmm I- ill I I to Mrs. Mary Arthur Starling, Albert F. Keller, assistant to the county engineer, and Charles Allen of the county Building and Zoning JUNK VEHICLES Old cars will be marked for pickup this way with a red card or red paint on the windshield in the Belle Glade area, Sgt. David Day of the Sheriff's Department explains Glades Junked Vehicle Cleanup Starts Tuesday Veteran's Dav BARBECUE Sunday, November 10 11:30 A.M. . 2:30 P.M. - 4 P.M. 6 P.M. Golden Brown Barbecued Chicken with all The Trimmings Palm lli'Hrh Post o. 12 AMI HK l.l (.IO 625 Okeechobee Blvd. Public Incited license plate; inoperative due to being partially dismantled and abandoned over 48 hours. Additional teeth in the removal statutes, Keller emphasized, tame about with the county attorney approving the use of the county "lot cleaning 1 1 Sound lik orilh-A I nwtk to yu? It's not! Thit it nwtpopr talk (of a 1 column by 1 inch ad. Think il l loo small to bo noticed? You're reading it . . . . . aren't you? Patt-Timet Ad-vertiting payt! WE STOCK CARTONS 832-0211 til 4 AM Fealurinn s d m Deveu s Band of Bandits The finest in Country Music i & Saturday Night 10:00 Til? JOLSON to JAMES BROWN i",-,v; "a i .,...3fk. tfy Din kis? THE MONOPLY TALLAHASSEE UPI - House speaker-designate Fred Schultz predicted Thursday there would be "a radical change" away from the partisan warfare of the past when the 1 legislature meets in April. The Jacksonville Democrat, who was assured of the speakership when Democrats lost I jurors Deliberate On Sweet BARTOW ( UI'I I A Circuit Court jury of six men and six women began deliberating Thursday afternoon the fate of ex-bookie John J. Sweet, accused of first degree murder in the 19(6 slaying of Sebring citrus millionaire Charles Von Maxcy. The jury first must decide the guilt or innocence of Sweet. If a guilty verdict is returned, the jurors then must decide whether or not the death sentence should be invoked. A unanimous vote must be reached to find Sweet guilty. Only a simple majority is needed to recommend mercy it the guilty verdict' is handed down. The state accused Sweet of hiring two Boston assassins to come to Florida to Kill Maxcy, a close personal friend whose wile he was deeply involved with. The widow, Mrs. Irene Maxcy, was granted immunity by the state and testified she and Sweet had been romantically involved and thai she had paid him $.'i,000 to arrange for her husband's death. Sweet, testifying In his own behalf, denied all the accusations except that of being involved with Mrs. Maxcy. He testified he had continued to see her since the first trial and in fact had continued to see her at night during the current trial. He said he had done so "to show the world she was not afraid of me" as she had earlier testified. Maxcy was found shot and stabbed to death in his plush home near Sebring Oct. lti. Sweet, who served as a pallbearer at the funeral, was arrested several davs later. The Coastal Players im present' the delightful comedy by Sam and Bella Spewack AT THE SAI.IIWFNAllllllllillM on Al A in Jupiter Fri. and Sat., Nov. 8 and 9 at 8:30 P.M. and Sun., Nov. 10 at 7:30. phone for 74A.4fl4; RESERVATIONS ' TUlJ Fill Moratorium Extension Looms Recording Artists Now Appearing Nightly Except Mondays at the COCK 'N BILL LOUNGE 610 Belvedere Rd. law" so as lo rid the area of health hazards. Keller said the cleanup will begin Tuesday and he hopes it may be completed by Dec. 1. It will be continued, however, if there are any complaints made to Weaver's secretary. trial, commercial, residential or recreational purposes and until it is done or the legislature acts, the moratorium should remain in effect. "1 believe they (the members I will go along with it," he said. "This is a conservation minded committee." Stone said local government agencies had received recommendations of the interagency committee calling for setting of bulkhead lines at the shoreline except where a different line might be in the public interest. "To my knowledge, only the city of Cocoa Beach has responded and set a public hearing," he said. "This, in my books, is miserable failure on the part of local governments to live up to their responsibilities and therefore I am going to recommend the State Department of Conservation do the job of having local hearings, but setting it (the bulkhead line) at the state level," he said. Stone said he would also recommend full compensation be made to persons who have already purchased submerged land from the state if the lines when drawn up exclude his filling and developing that land. He said he would recommend owners be repaid both the purchase price and all of the taxes they had paid on it. "Otherwise, it is totally unfair to deny the man the use of Ihe land.he had bought," Stone said. He said he also will recommend the fresh water lakes and rivers of the state be placed under thv Randall Act in the same manner as salt water areas of the fate now are covered. tween the parties. "All members, Republican and Democrat, are coming over here to be members of a new and independent branch of government," Schultz said. Schultz, already moved Into the speaker's office vacated bv outgoing speaker Ralph Turlington, D-(;ainesville, spent most of the day conferring with other legislators and aides about appointments to committees. He said he would not announce anv of the appointments until the special organizational session next Tuesday when he is formally elected as speaker. The wealthy Jacksonville businessman, who already has pared down the number of standing committees from to 2X and plans wholesale meetings between the organizational session and the regular 60-day session next April, said the legislature will become a more important branch of government with the passage of the new constitution. Republicans apparently gained sufficient strength in the house to sustain a veto by COP Gov. Claude Kirk, but Schultz minimized the importance of the gain. "I think you'll see a tremendous change" in the party relationships, he said. "There will be practically no breakdown in party communications." Democrats and Republicans split along partisan lines dozens of times during the hectic 11167 regular and special sessions, mostly on Kirk's vetoes. Turlington also forecast less divisiveness, largely because legislature is much more experienced after the multiple sessions of the past two years. "Also, there is some division in the Republican Party over the governor," Turlington said. "The last time, they didn't know what they had now they do." Schultz said he expected to spend the rest of the week working out committee appointments. Newly elected legislators will begin arriving in Tallahassee this weekend for pre-session schools. New house committees include crime and law enforcement, public lands and parks, transportation, conservation and general legislation. For the first time in years, there is no house committee on apportionment. The legislative apportionment was settled by the federal courts ltist year and no more reapportionment will be needed until after the 1(170 census. Spina Cleared NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -Dominick Spina, Newark's tough and controversial police director, was cleared ol criminal charges Thursday that he deliberately failed to crack down on gambling. "I thank God for the American system of justice which permits the accused to have his day in court," Spina told newsmen after Superior Court Judge Samuel Larner dismissed two charges of criminal nonfeasance. THE EDDY ARNOLD BELLE GLADE The second attempt to rid the Glades area of abandoned and junked vehicles will begin here Tuesday, it was announced by Albert F. Keller, administrative assistant to the Palm Beach County engineer. Plans to begin the pickup of vehicles were discussed at a meeting in county commissioner E. W. Weaver's office Thursday with Sgt. David Day, who heads the sheriff's road patrol in the Glades; Charles M. Allen, inspector for the County Building and Zoning Department, Deputy Police Chief D. Bill Mat his and Mrs. Mary Arthur Starling, the commissioner's secretary, attending. Keller said vehicles will be picked up and disposed of by' the Municipal Salvage Corp., West Palm Beach, the concern that has a contract with the county to help in the cleanup campaign. When the program was first started about a year ago, Keller told the group, more than 32,(KK) abandoned and junked vehicles were taken off the rights-of-way and private property in the county. Any vehicle that does not have a license, or is parked in one place for five days or is not under cover on private property may be legally picked up by the county, Koi-ler stated. Persons having vehicles on their property, or who wish lo report abandoned cars and trucks, should contact Mrs. Starling at the Glades Office Building, 9Hi,-5!ll. A bill passed by the Florida Legislature in , House Bill 1X19, gives the authorities permission to remove the abandoned and inoperative vehicles, the group was told. The sheriff's department, along with city officials here, Pahokee and South Bay have been requested to cooperate in the cleanup drive. Before vehicles are moved and disposed of, Keller said, they will be marked with red paint on the windshields, or the body If the glass is missing, and they will not be touched for a live-day period. Forms giving the county permission lo move vehicles will be available at all of the cooperating agencies, Keller explained. Red cards bearing the Palm Beach County Engineering Department label may also be placed on the vehicles to be moved. The cards list three reasons for the county action: Inoperative on public right-of-way due to not bearing a Staff Photo by Iz Nachman IIS II I'I'LM(; AT THE STERLING LOUNGE the GUY and POPULAR DENNS TUES THRU SAT'S 775 N. LAKE BIVD. N.P.B. When Shopping Lse I'-T Classified BEACH CLUB PRESENTS FRIDAY NITE "SOMEWHERE ABOVE" 9 P.M. TILL 2 A.M. SATURDAY NITE 9 P.M. TILL 2 A.M. "8th DAT" AND SUNDAY JAM SESSION . . . 4 P.M. TILL 9 P.M. SINGER ISLAND TOMORROW! AT 8:30 P.M. WPB Auditorium ON STAGE! IN PERSON! in irrsiin Prices $5.50, $4.50, $3.50 TICKETS ON SALE AT AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE, SEARS, BURDtNE S AND FURNITURE FAIR (LAKE PARK)., It CIEMATIS WH PHONf ttf itU HOMI STOII 0 ClUIS ON STAGE STARRING WOW unit h'm nrrhestra m min i fliiwtiiii in iiitniB 3 SHOWS NIGHTLY DAVIS 9-11-1 TALENT AUDITIONS SUN. NITE Floyd Majors' i HOTEL . SINGER ISLAND 9:30 BAR & PACKAGE STORE loni m. n:..:- 832 9434 ii" jr. Friday 9! y". AL Capt. ICE CREAM QTflDE r mj I mf l b V, oni c-..iu n;-u ( ' West Palm Beach CARNIVAL D ADfi A IMC rn if also featuring PATTY in the SEAVIEW ORLANDO (UPI) - State Sen. Richard Stone, D-Miami, criticized local governing agencies Thursday for failing to act on the controversial bulkhead issue, and said he will recommend a continued statewide moratorium on dredge and fill permits. Stone, chairman of a legislative committee investigating the issue, said he will recommend to the full commitlee Saturday that it ask the state cabinet to continue the moratorium "until a zoning law is built completely around the state." Stone said the entire shoreline of the state should be zoned for educational, indus- )ewcr Lines Nod Is Given HIGHLAND BEACH - A Missouri consulting firm has been given the go ahead to prepare preliminary plans and cost estimates for installing sewer lines through Highland Beach with a linkup to Ihe Del-ray Beach outfall system. Russell and Axon Consultants, Inc., which operates in the state from a Daytona Beach office, according to a Highland Beach source, has 90 days to submit recommendations to the town commission. They are to recommend how to finance the project, and how much each property owner should be assessed. The study is costing $750, Town Manager Eileen Mognet reported. The town, located on the ocean between Delray Beach and Boca Raton, which boasts a winter population of about .1,000, presently has individual septic tanks. Consultants were given the green light for their work at a meeting of the commission Wednesday night. The meeting was changed from its normal Tuesday night date because of the election. Montgomery received a bachelor's degree from Miami University ( Ohio I and a M.B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Klorida. He came to FAU In 1!)64 and has taught in every area of accounting in the undergraduate curriculum and has been consultant in management and control uses of accounting information. Council holds a doctorate degree from the University of Florida. He came to FAU in June of this year from a position as assistant superintendent of instruction for the Palm Beach County School system. M. X MM m m M m fA NIGHT tUUB ACROSS FROM HOLIDAY INI I Wett Palm Beach ELK'S BUFFET & DANCE SAT. NOV. 9th 7 PM 'TIL? ELKS & GUESTS INVITED - DONATION $1.50 n.i'.o.i . i:i.2 5TH & OLIVE-W. PALM REACH ATI i:.TIO . . . NIGHT C LI B OH WIS ORDER YOUR PARTY FAVORS EARLY FOR THE HOLIDAYS . . . HORNS HATS - ETC. JOHNNY'S PLAYLAND HOUOAr DtCCMATIONS K TEEN DANCE SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 7 P.M. to 12:30 P.M. featuring "The Missing Links" KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS HALL MARINE DR. off BELVEDERE RD W.P.B. sponsored by Knights of Columbus ADMISSION: Purchase one ticket at the Knightj of Columbus Hall for St. 00 (or entrance tee to the dance. Ticket good for $1.50 off a live Christmas Tree at King's Department Store in Lake Worth, Thit ii a benefit to heat the K of C pool for Kidt. ('(imp one Come all 2 Staffers Upgraded mm I ' . if n 6 Ml 1 ft . . HJ V. VM X Y ',1-2 JIM PICKARD AND THE COUNTRY ROAD RUNNERS OkllC I.OI.i:i: HA It (:tU Okeechobee lload COUNTRY & WESTERN. MUSIC For our Dancing & Listening i'leasure Thur., Fri., and Saturday Nights TONIGHT ONLY! AT 8:30 P.M. BOCA RATON Two faculty members at Florida Atlantic University received approval from the Board of Regents Friday for a change in status. Dr. James B. Montgomery, currently associate professor of accounting, becomes chairman of the department of accounting and finance, college of Business and Public Adminstration. Dr. Charlie T. Council, now associate professor of curriculum and instruction, College of Kducation, will assume the rank of chairman of the department of curriculum and instruction. M.M.M.M.M.ml.lLM.MM.M.M M M. 7. Next SUNDAY, NOV. 10 at 8 P.M. WEST PALM BEACH AUDITORIUM ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY iwa rpi rrj wTr J UHIWHII1J f' 'jy IN PERSON WIRK PRESENTS Ax L JH I EG BY ARNOLD CARVEL TAKE-HOME SPECIALS Flying Saucers 12-$1 .00 Miniature Sundaes 8-$l .00 Tortonis 8-$1.00 Sno-Balls 12-$1.00 Carvel Cups 12-$1 .00 BonnetS (B'own Or Cherry) 6-$ 1.00 Lollapaloozas 10-$1.00 Olde Fashioned Sundaes 4-$1.00 HE GOWSILLS III KI I SOli: VS. 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