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Saturday, November 9, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times. Saturday, Nov. 9. IMS 21 Bulkhead Memo Called Unfortunate COG s Unification Unit Chairman Resigns West Palm Beach Recreation News Tourists Creating Housing Shortage JUPITER Newly arrived visitors from the north are creating a housing shortage here, it was indicated Friday. Mrs. Anna Minear. secretary of the Jupiter-Tequesta Chamber of Commerce, said so many visitors had stopped to inquire about apartments and other accomodations that her supply of listings was exhausted. Unless she receives more listings, Mrs. Minear said she would refer visitors to local real estate dealers. That is what she was doing Kridav. A meeting was slated for Friday to name a successor, but nobody was elected because the session failed to draw a quorum. Stancliffe withdrew to be able to spend more time with his business. Nelson Rudder-ow serves as vice chairman. JUPITER The Council of Governments (COG), which had its problems last week, has another now. COG's unification committee lost its chairman, J. B. Stancliffe, who resigned, and is looking for somebody to succeed him. Glades Considers Annexing Area He said he had attended the meeting with Stone and Tait but that he got the idea that Stone wanted to "shed more light than heat" on the controversy over the setting of bulkhead lines. Nat Reed, Gov. Claude Kirk's adviser on conservation, testified that he had no evidence that there was a "sellout" when the cabinet voted to lift a moratorium on the sale of submerged land and the issuance of dredge and fill permits. "1 do know the governor was flabbergasted that the moratorium was lifted," said Reed, "he felt very strongly there must have been some influence." Tallahassee attorney J. Lewis Hall told the committee he had contacted several members of the cabinet after there was talk that the cabinet might reverse its position and reinstate the moratorium. He said he had endorsed the policy adopted earlier and "I felt obligated to advise them, and each of them, that I was fully willing to assume full responsibility for that recommendation." He denied a report that he had said Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville believed the Stone committee would do nothing to "upset the dignity of the cabinet. At no time have I consulted with Senator Mathews on it." The committee also heard testimony on a bulkhead line for Brevard County but took no action. The committee meets again today in Tallahassee to hear testimony concerning the controversial proposed sale of 44.4 acres of submerged land in Monroe County. COCOA BEACH ( L'PI ) - An .lido to Secretary of Stale Tom Adams confirmed Friday that a memo saying a legislative committee- would "take the heat off the cabinet" on the bulkhead issue had been written but added that he felt it was an unfortunate statement. Jim Smith, an aide to Adams, told the committee headed by Sen. Richard Stone, U-Miami, that the memo had been written by administrative assistant Stan Tail but that it was a "gross-overstatement and an unfortunate one." Suspect Detained In Slaying STUART A suspect is being held in Martin County jail for investigation in connection with the slaving of a service station attendant last September, Martin County Sheriff Rov Baker said Kridav. The sheriff is withholding identification of the man until another suspect can be picked up. Baker would only say that the two men are Stuart residents. Killed in an early morning robbery at the Kavo Service Station on U.S. 1 at the south Stuart City limits was Vet I.osey.66, of Stuart. The victim's body was found bv a passing motorist who had stopped for gasoline. According to Sheriff Baker, Losey had been shot twice in the chest with a .'XI caliber pistol. Less than $10 in cash was taken from I.osev. Lowell Jarrett has been named to succeed H. A. Corley as chairman of the commerce and industry committee. Corley also quit to spend more time with his work. All committee chairmen are due to meet Tuesday night at the office of Dr. Robert Gro-gan, finance chairman, for a general discussion. Last week, Fred Baldt, chairman of the utilities subcommittee, quit after a dispute with Dr. George Shearer, mayor of J upiter Inlet Colony. Baldt, a member of the Inlet Colony Town Commission, quit after Mayor Shearer said Baldt had been appointed to COG merely as an observer and not as an official representative of the municipality. Bill Jenkins was named to succeed Baldt. The unification committee faces the task of uniting Jupiter, Tequesta and the Inlet Colony into one municipality. The utilities subcommittee is trying to establish guidelines to establish a water and sewage tax district to serve the three communities plus unincorporated adjacent areas. Chamber Members Drive Set STUART A $15,000 membership campaign goal for 1968-69 has been set by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce directors, the chamber office announced Friday. The goal is approximately $1,000 .norp than was raised this past i.scal year through membership income. A coffee briefing session for campaign workers will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday to launch t le three-day campaign. The t offee meeting and the victory dinner .it 7 p.m. Thursday wiil beat the Elks Club in Stuart. Team captains for the Tuesday through Thursday drive are chamber vice president Kenneth L. Ferguson and treasurer James R. Harper. Robert M. Johnson is general chairman. The winning 12-man team in the contest based on a point system will eat steaks with the losers eating beans. Stuart businessman O. C. (Jerry) Smith is host for the steak and beans dinner. Smith has been host for the dinner for the past seven years. Top membership salesman in the campaign will get a $25 gift certificate and a steak dinner: second prize monev is $15. NOKTHWUOU RECREATION CENTER K siitm Pamraod Avraae IMIaa Anrt ga4a, Km. Safin. In SayOr, Rrr. UaOrl 844- Ma REGULARLY SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES: Beginners Tumbling Wrdnrsdav. 4 p.m. lo 5 p.m. Beginners Trampoline Wednesday. 5 p.m. lo 6 p.m. Karate Tuesday and Friday. 7:30 p.m. Advanced & Intermediate Tumbling Tuesday and Thursday, 4 p.m. a- Tuesday at 7:30' p.m. Teenage Girls Trampoline Thursdav, 7:30 p.m. Women's Phvslcal Fitness Wednesday. 7:30p m. Tap. Jazz. Ballet (4 to yrs l Thursdav, 3 p.m., k (7 years Older) Thursday, 4p.m. FHIPPS PARK South Dixie Onslnn Rd. I Mlsa Helm Tkai s. KeiTeallon Leader I BD-Mli NEW CLASSES: Dressmaking New Classes lor beginners and Intermediate students will begin Wednesday, November 13. The 1 p.m. session will be taught bv Mrs. Dorothv Richardson. The 7:30 p m. class will be Instructed bv Mrs. Ella Appleby. Knitting Enrollments are being accepted In beginners and advanced knitting classes. These sessions will begin Thursday, December 5 at 10 a.m., under the expert guidance ol Mrs. Ella Apple-bv. IN SESSION: Bridge Games Tuesday and Thursdav, 1:30 p.m. Oil Painting Tuesday. 9 a.m. Wool Embroidery Thursday. 10 a.m. Bridge Instruction Friday. 1 p.m. Games Night Friday, 7:30 p.m. PLEASANT CITi' RECREATION (ENTER Ml -t 1st Street (Donne U Simmons, Supervisor Chariea Smith. Rec. Leader) must Optimist Basketball Practice Tuesday. 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Brownie Scout Meeting Tuesdav, 7:30 p.m. Girl Scout Meeting Wednesdav, 8 p.m. Recreation Dance Friday. 8 p.m. volleyball, basketball, handball, and horseshoes plaved dallv. GEORGE P. COLEMAN RECREATION CENTER IMh Street Seaboard R.R. (Sam Daniels, Recreation Leader) Supervised Playground Activities Monday thru Friday, 2 to 6 p.m.. 4 7 10 10 p.m., Saturday, 9 to 1. VEDADOPARK ttltPaaeo Aadalaala (Mrs. Pauline Young, Supervisor) The beginners Guitar group has room for more boys and girls. These sessions are held on Wednesday evenings at 7:15 p.m. Join the Drums and Traps group on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Classes are In session but there's still room for more. Supervised Playground Activities Monday thru Friday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tap & Ballet Classes (or Children Wednesday, 1p.m. HOWARD PARK POOL Lake Avenue Okeechobee Rd. (Hugo Rltl, Aquatic Supervisor) K32-1M4 Public Swimming Monday thru Friday. 3 p m. to 6 p.m., Saturday Sunday, lp.m. to5p.m. ROOSEVELT POOL Ulz-lttb Street (Toby Strickland, Pool Guard) HU-4971 Pool closed Wednesday. Public Swimming Monday. Thursday and Friday, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday Sunday, i to 5pm. TONIGHT! AT 8:30 WPB Auditorium ON STAGE! IN PERSON! in ftetxim MAfjTQVAl and his orchritra Price $5.50, $4.50, $3.50 TICKETS ON SAlf AT AUDITO RIUM I0X OFFICE, SEARS, IURDINES AND FURNITURE FAIR (IAKE PARK). e 9ulU Rode BAR and PACKAGE GOODS NOW OPEN DAILY 507 BELVEDERE RD. WPB Cocktail Hr: AH Hr. Doily ily II A.M. to i S .A.M. SUNDAY 4 P.M. lo 5 "A.M. brey Farmer said residents of the area had indicated a willingness to come into the corporation, which would enable them to obtain city sewerage service. Although there was no actual population count listed for the area, just west of State Road 715, it was estimated the addition would increase the population at least 500. Unofficial estimates now list the local population in excess of 15,000. Last year, the commission took the state highway into the city limits, which has increased the traffic problem for city police. Annexation of the area In which there are a number of new homes, would increase the taxing potential of the city. Farmer said the annexation would possibly be brought before the five-member board in the near future. At the special session, the commission voted to purchase two new police cars and trade in two of the older vehicles. The low bid for the cruisers was submitted by Watson Ford Co. for $3,153.58 for two air-conditioned sedans. Glades Chevrolet bid $4,172.-4-1 for the vehicles with the same equipment. The next regular meeting of the commission will be Monday, Nov. 18, Dr. Coppolino Loses Appeal LAKELAND (AP) - The 2nd Court of Appeal, Friday, unanimously upheld the 17 second-degree murder conviction of Dr. Carl Coppolino, serving a life term for the poisoning of his first wife. The court, in upholding the conviction, overruled eight appeal points posted by defense attorneys, including medical testimony about traces of a relaxant drug found In Mrs. Coppolino's body. Coppolino, an anesthesiologist, entered the state prison at Raitord after his trial last year to start serving a life sentence. y.0 o.B o a o o o o o o o ii q o o o o 3 oo bad that his looks The image his lawyer 1 e Mgm BELLE GLADE The possibility of annexation of the Chosen-Indian Mound areas lo-.cated just west of the city limits, was discussed at a special commission meeting here. Mayor-Commissioner Au- Candidates To Appear At Forum DELRAY BEACH - Voters in the primary election for the two council seats will be afforded the opportunity to meet and hear all eight candidates. The League of Women Voters of South Palm Beach County is sponsoring a special candidates' forum at 8 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall. Mrs. Virginia Meyers, chairman of the event for the League, said Friday that all voters "probably want" such a forum prior to the Nov. 19 primary election. She commented that the primary vote will select four of the eight candidates, and those four will appear on the ballot for the Dec. 3 municipal election. The League of Women Voters is nonpartisan but provides educational service for all voters. Scheduled to appear at the league's Nov. 13 forum are James H. Jurney, incumbent councilman; James McGuire, Daniel Neff, Jack Pitts, Robert Richwagen, James Schcif-lev, Richard F. Ward and Charles J.Wick. Martin County Court Report MARKIACiE LICENSES William Rav Loder Jr., 36, Lake Worlh, and Joyce Allison. 28. West Palm Beach. John M. Sllerberger, 25, Orlando, and Alice Fay Winfrey, 21, Hobe Sound. Howard H. Cammack, 71, and Dale Bolk r)llworlh,64, bolh of Delray Beach. Salvatore Santore, 57, and Maude Mil-lethaus, ti.'i, both of I.antana, Gerald R. Williams. 21, and Roba Er-U'kson. Hi. both of Port Salerno. Raymond 1'. Wllbum, 44. and Evelvn Dorothy Tyler, 4(1, both of Stuart. John H. Ausbum, 44, and (irayce Po-meroy SilnesprlnK. 3H. both of Stuart. Edward Orvls Yawn. 4.1. and Nola Mae Adams. .14, both of Stuart. Kenneth K. Holley, 34, Palm City, and Shlrlev Ann toll. 33. Rio. Max H. Smith. 7. Jensen Beach, and Maetiulnn, Wt. Des Moines, Iowa. Thomas J. Neville. 60. and Sylvia Slone, 38. both of Fort Lauderdale. Wilbur H. Dustln, 36 and Nellie Jones, W.boihofStuart. Charles V. Branam, 19, Lutz, Fla., and Linda Arlene Borden, 21, Sewall's Polnl. KIN AI. l)IVOK( ES (iK NTKI) MagKie Lee Yawn vs. Edward Orvls Yawn. Clerlstlne Flaglervs. Regis FlaglerSr. SUSAN HAYWARD "VALLEY OF THE DOLLS" -IN COLOR v 1 - KKIKI) HONKI.KSS CIROUPKR teith Creole suuee I'rmnf: :I2-.IK.'I (Hive W. at ANNOUNCEMENT: Mondev. November 11. Wteranj' Dy. Ill recreation la. duties will be closed except Howard and Roosevelt Pools and two Shuffleboard Centers; Currte and Flagler Parks. All other regularly scheduled programs wtU not be held. CI BRIE PARK t4M Y rlagler Drive (Mrs. Lob Flick, Kereeatloa Leader) ui-tm REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAM: Beginners Crushed Glass Tuesday, 9 a.m. Advanced Crushed Glass Wednesday, 7 p.m. Practice Bridge Tuesday and Thursday, 1:30 p.m. Bridge Wednesday and Friday. 1:30 p.m. Art Thursday. 9 a.m. Games Night Frtdav, 7:30 p.m. Softball Tuesday thru Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Shuffleboard and Tennis Dally. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. FLAGLER PARK )rd Street A Flagler Drive (Mrs. Vlvlaa Slenemaa, Recreatloa Sue. rv.) KSI-fW Join the horoscope classes at Flagler Park and see what the future holds for you. This series of 10 lessons begins Wednesday, November 6 at 3:30 p.m. and will be Instructed by Mrs. Phyllis Harrison. REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAM: Special Chess Matches Monday, 7 p.m. Movie 01 The Week Tuesday, 8 p.m., "Banff and Lake Louise." Horoscope Classes Wednesday. 3:30 p.m. Old Tyme Dances Wednesday, 7:45 p m. Card. Chess. Checkers and Shuffleboard Monday thru Saturday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., except Wednesday, 8 a.m. lo 10 p.m., Sunday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. HOWARD PARK CLl'BHOl'SE Lake Avenue Newark Street I Florence KenniUier, Recreation Leader I 83291119 REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAM: Senior Citizens Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Bridge Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Practice Bridge Thursday. 1:30 p.m. A.A.R.P. Kridav, 1 p.m. Dance Night Friday, 7:30 p.m. Tap Ballet for Children Saturday, 9 a.m. Bridge Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Lawn Bowling and Shuffleboard Dally HOWARD PARK ARTS CRAFTS ( ENTER Lake Avenue t Okeechobee Rd. I Mrs. Durlt. Rrorkmillrr, Recreation Supervisor) m-m),rt.rj REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAM: Rug Hooking Thursdav, 1:30 p.m. Painting Thursday, 9 a.m., Sam Gibbons, instructor. Decoupage Tuesday, 9 a.m. Paper Mache Tuesday, 9 a.m. Ceramics Tuesday, 9 a.m. & Wednesday, 7 p.m., Workshop, Tuesday, 1 p.m. Developing Creativity Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. Glass Sagging Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Liquid Embroidery Wednesday, 1: JU p.m. Headed Mowers Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Copper Tooling Thursday, 9:30 a.m. r lower Arranging Thursdav 9 a.m. Copper Enameling Thursdav. 1:3(1 p.m. Pine Needle Weaving Friday, 1:30 p.m. China Painting Friday. 1:30 p.m. HOWARD PARK PLAYGROUND Lake Avenue A Newark Street (MfkeConsldlne, Supervisor) Supervised Playground Activities (Soccer, Loop Tennis, Box Hockev, Tether Ball, Basketball. Volleyball, and Touch Football), Monday thru Friday. 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., A 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lighted Basketball and Volleyball courts Monday thru Friday, 7 p.m. lo 10 p.m. Youth Football Wednesday, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Men's Flag Football Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Theaters Today BOCA RATON "Boston Slrangler," 2:20, 4:15. 7:05. CAREFREE "The High Commissioner." 2:00, 3:55, 5:50,7:15,9:45. COLONY "Valley of the Dolls," 7:05, 9:25. FLORIDA "2.001: A Space Odvssev," 2:00, 5:00, (CIO. LAKE "Hill Wallace ol China." 1:31), 3:40. 5:45. 7:50, 9:50. LO F W'S ' I N F. l A BO V N TON "The Fox," 2:00. 4:00. 5:55. 7:55, 9:55. I.OKW S( INKMX70 "Hot Millions," 2:110, 4:1111. 6:00. 8:00, 10:11. IM.AZA "lloston Slrangler," 1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:. '10. 9: 40. PLAYBOY "Odd Tastes," 2:00, 4:00, 6:1)0, 8:00, 10:110. "Had Girls Go To Hell." 3:00, 5:00, 7:00,9:00. RIVIFRA "The Graduate." 2:. 15. 5:00,7:20,9:40. BEACH (DRIVE IN) "Stranger In Town," 7:00. 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