The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 11, 1968 · Page 5
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 5

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, November 11, 1968
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1 w. r. '-m .. r.". T Palm Beach Post. Monday. N ov. 11. 19685 Submerged Land Group Seeks Off Limits Aquatic Preserves 4? HAMAfU INN .' - i public interest dictates otherwise kicked off a torrent of trouble when Democratic Cabinet members decided to amend it by adding that the interests of land developers also should be considered-" ' The second report--does not mention what should be done about submerged land not rifled in the 26 preserves. The committee says that the 26 preserves it recommends to circle Florida's coastline "should be regarded as only the first-phase elements of a statewide aquatic preserve system," and they "do not represent a complete screen-ingot the possibilities." The recommendations were made on the basis of biologi TALLAHASSEE (AP) A special committee that kicked up the controversy about submerged land management is recommending that the State Cabinet establish 26 aquatic preserves forever off limits for land development or mining. The recommendation is contained in the second rcpotTof the interagency Advisory Committee on Submerged Land Management to the trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund. The report will be formally presented Tuesday. The committee's initial recommendation that bulkhead lines be set at the line of mean high water except when the to the south Dade County line. Fort Pickens State Park in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, and Yellow River Marsh in Santa Rosa County. Also Rocky Bayou State Park in Okaloosa County. St. Andrews State Park in Bay County. St. Joseph Bay in Guit County. Apaiachicola Bay in Franklin and Gulf Counties, Alligator Harbor in Franklin County, St. Martins Marsh in Citrus County, Caladcsi Island . in Pinellas County. Boca Ciega Bay in Pinellas County, and Cape Hazc-Gaspaiilla Sound ' in Charlotte and coun'ies. Matlacha Pass in County, Pine Island Sound in Lee County, and Cape Romano-Ten Thousand Islands in Collier Countv. cal, aesthetic or scientific factors, the report says. The proposed preserves are Fort Clinch State Park in Nas-smi and Duval counties. Little Talbot Island in Duval County, Pellicer Creek in St. Johns and Flagler counties. Tomoka Marsh in Flagler and Volusia counties. Mosquito Lagoon in Volusia and Brevard counties, and Banana River in Brevard County. Also Indian River from Malabar to Sebastian in Brevard County. Indian River from Veto Beach to Fort Pierce, intracoastal waters from Jensen Beach to Jupiter Inlet, Loxahatchee in Martin and Palm Beach counties, Bis-cayne Bay from Cape Florida ssLiV other persons en route to a wedding, suffered burns plus other injuries. Mrs. Hazel Peters, 62, widow of the victim, was in "poor to fair" condition and three others were in "fair" condition Sunday night at local hospitals. Trooper J. M. Hughey, Florida Highway Patrol was continuing the investigation. (PholobyJoeRickles) DEATH SCENE A passenger In the car at right met death and six other persons were Injured in a collision involving two cars and the tractor-trailer at left Saturday afternoon at Military Trail and Okeechobee Road. The victim, William Peters, 66, of Pottstown, Pa., was the With person killed in traffic in Palm Beach County this year. Car at right caught fire, and five v i tlisili k.Jk M SALE DESIGNERS' KNIT SHIRTS reW 11 lor ; 12.00 Jo 22.00 Luxurious short and lona sleeve shirts from Italy that carry some of the most fashionable designers' names in men's sportswear. Full fashioned, with regular collars, turtlenecks or mock turtle necks. Also cardigans and handsome styles with the layered look. Nylonacetate or all cotton in fashion colors, sizes small, medium, large, extra large. JM MEN'S SPORTSWEAR, FIRST FLOOR Sorry, no mail or phone orders PALM BEACH MALL SHOP JM MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 10 'TIL 9:30

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