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8 Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 1968 Conductor Retires Sirhan's Father Denies Plot Link VIENNA, Austria (AP) Karel Ancerl, chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and frequent guest conductor abroad, has retired for health reasons, the Czechoslovak news agency CTK reported. Music circles In Vienna expressed surprise at the announcement. Proposed New Bus Law Passes First Reading however, that both Incidents might have been motivated by the "bad situation" In the Middle East. He said he also believed there wa no conspiracy involved in Kennedy's death. He expressed the belief his son had been motivated only by nationalism. TEL AVIV. Israel (AP) The father of the Jordanian accused of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy told newsmen Tuesday he is absolutely certain his son had no connection "with the three Yemeni Arabs accused of plotting to kill President-elect Richard M. Nixon. Bishara Sirhan claimed, right to select the streets (for bus travel l and bus stops." Second and final reading is expected Monday. The ordinance does not regulate fares and schedules. Also excluded is an antipollution clause which would make mandatory equipment a device or additive to modify diesel fumes. Although considered an important provision in the draft, reference to air pollution by diesel fumes was omitted because no standard has been set by the state, Brady said. As soon as the Florida Commission on Air and Water Pollution recommends a procedure on restricting pollution by vehicles, it will be incorporated into the ordinance, Brady said. 4 The mayor added that the ordinance is "an attempt to keep some of the authority the Public Service Commission attempted to deprive the city of." The state PSC ruled that it has jurisdiction over the West Palm Beach-based inter-city bus company. The city still contends it has exclusive jurisdiction and Intends to appeal the PSC decision to the state Supreme Court. An attempt to tighten the restrictions of the ordinance was turned aside. Commissioner Eugene Potter said "I'm almost reluctant to mention this but would it weaken the ordinance to upgrade the age limit (of the buses)?" By PATRICIA PRESTON Staff Writer The so-called "bus ordinance" was passed Tuesday at the first reading with little comment and no protest by, the West Palm Beach City Commission. Jon Moyle, attorney representing the Transit Co. of the Palm Beaches, was present in the audience but offered "no comment at this time." Mayor David H. Brady asked: "You mean you have no objections?" Moyle answered: "I didn't say that." the bus ordinance, City Manager William H. Tyre said, "is simply to bring the buses into the folds of the police powers of the city. In it, the city commission has the DIRECT FROM OUR PERMANENT BUYING OFFICE IN ANTWERP SUPERB DIAMOND VALUES Vi TO 2 CARAT DIAMONDS Our lowest prices ever for quality such as these sparkling beauties possess. 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Brady replied that the construction and maintenance of buses are different from other vehicles. Jitneys and taxies are require to be models no more than four years old. Commissioner Fred 0. Eas-ley Jr. asked Moyle what Is the average age of the buses but Moyle said he is not familiar with that data. The ordinance stipulates: That the city commission designates certain streets and highways as bus routes; That the city commission establishes bus stops; The mandatory carrying of $50,000 worth of Insurance for property damage and $500,000 for personal injuries by each motor bus; That the city reserves the right to Inspect any bus and require withdrawal of any bus deemed unsafe; The mandatory publication by the company of any changes In routes, schedules and fares. Vance said that although the state controls inspection of the buses, the city is specifically empowered In the ordinance to Inspect the buses. 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He said that the small corner is now being considered by the city as a park area In conjunction with the proposed $20-million development of the marina, according lo a 99-year lease now being drafted. Another physical correction of the road, he said, would be to narrow the media at the curve, although it might pose some problems because of the rough turn bay there." Schutta said he wouldn't venture to guess where the money is available to solve the curve problem, but "unless it's straightened out, I'm going to be hung by what's there." The Co e area project, four-laning and beautifying Flagler from the Flagler Memorial Bridge to the Royal Palm Way Bridge, is promoted by the city and is to be complete in December. The Sunday accident victims, identified as Mary Fortner Tucker, 33, of 361 S. County Road, Palm Beach and and Brian Edward Martin, 29, of England, were in a northbound auto Detective Lt. Edward Case, of the police department, reported. Authority to correct a dangerous curve in the cove area of Flagler Drive, which was the scene of two accidental deaths in automobiles Sunday, was asked in a resolution by the West Palm Beach City Transportation Committee. The committee, in a resolution to City Manager William H. Tyre, asked that City Traffic Engineer Ronald Schusta be given the authority to take any emergency measures to reduce the danger and work toward "straightening the curve out physically." The area, just south of 1st Street on Flagler, "has a rather sharp curve which is the way it was designed," Schutta said, "although it can be negotiated." 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