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Palm Beaih Post. Friday, Nov. 13. l!b.S 13 Judge To Set Preview In Lewd Film Case Science Editor Warns Of Russian Superiority Schultz Sends First Bill Of Session To Committee to contemporary moral Man- Bergman showed enthusiasm for the Apollo space program being undertaken by America, but deplored the limited budget for exploration of both outer and inner space. He said limited funds were distributed between 24 federal agencies to study the field of oceanography. "We need a large scale program to farm LAKE WORTH Russia has air fighter superiority over the United Slates, is graduating more scientists and doctors each year and will overtake the U.S.A. within the next 20 years. Jules Bergman, science editor of the American Broadcasting Co., warned a Palm Beach Junior College as scmbly, Thursday. Past VFW Officials To LAKE WORTH - Past com manders and presidents of VFW Post :m since llt.W will be honored at a dinner dance Saturday night at 7:. 'Ill at the Post Home. Guest speakers will be Mayor Robert C. Johnson of Lake Worth; Howard M. Duncan-son, VFW commander. Department ol Flor ida; and past national Chaplain Father Warren Braun. Others attending will be Third District Commander Curl Jacobson and the Florida Development Commission and the Industrial Commission, the speaker said. He said the Human Resources Commission would be charged with coordinating Florida's educational programs with industry so that people can be trained for the available jobs. The commission would also disseminate information about job opportunities and develop a program to make maximum use of the talents of the state's senior citizens, according to the speaker's bill. AT THE FAMOUS the seas, and gather the mineral resources available. There is a space race, but the race to conquer and harness inner space is far more critical than outer space. The oceans can provide the food a growing world population will need, and supplv the materials." Bergman said the Russians were unlikely to pull off a manned space shot of the moon before December. He added that "wild stories" of cosmonaut deaths resulting from a crash space program bv the L'.S.S.K. were without basis. "They take as much care ol their crews as we do." He considers Jupiter the next planet due for exploration after the moon. Bergman expressed the belief that there is life on other planets, but scorned reports of UFOs (unidentified flying objects I as mistaken identity of secret planes being tr sted by the government, or the mouthings of publicity seekers. Bergman warned students that Russia was gaining in the education race, and graduates 2.5 times as many scientists and three times as many doctors as the United Slates. "In 111 years the theory of Communism may not just be a discussion point. There could be superiority of scientific knowledge, and technical achievement which will make Communistic discussion an academic matter." Long oule MOSCOW (LTD One of the world's longest rail routes, linking Italy with the Volga River, will be inaugurated next May, the Soviet news agency Tass said Thursday. CAMELOT MOTOR LODGE 1000 U.S. 1 NORTH PALM BEACH 842-9123 FRI., SAT., SUN. SPECIAL LYON-NICKKLCAI KTKHIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Beach tine 19S0 luncheon Specials daily except Sunday Shrimp Creole on Rice - Dinner only Chicken ala King - Dinner only Tenderloin Tips on Rice - Dinner only 1 1:30 A.M. to 2: IS P.M. - 4:30 P.M. FULL COURSE ITALIAN FEAST BAKED LASAGNE FRUIT COCKTAIL, TOASTED GARLIC BREAD, ANTI-PASTO OR TOSSED SAIAD, BOWL MINESTRONE SOUP, BEVERAGE, SPUMONI-WINE CORDIAL. 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Schultz said he favors creation of the Human Resources Commission as pari of a larger Department of Commerce to implement programs in the field of urban affairs, but that coordination of cities' problems should be handled through the state planning department. Also included in the Department of Commerce would be flyman's? HOl'SE OF PKIMU RIBS and SKAFOOI) SPECIAL MENU with TWO DINNERS FOR ONE PRICE! Served between 5-6 P.M. Except Holidays Open EVERY day in the week 732-9741 190S South Federal Hwy. Boynton Beach 221 ROYAL PALM WAY PALM BEACH RESERVATIONS 655-3031 A Dining Tradition in the 'aim Beaches and ()uoque, L.I. for a quarter )f a Century. OPEN EVERY NIGHT FROM S PM lo 1 AM Continental Cuisine Prime Steaks Seafood PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS Q D isrCT Alp itiritlritiriritAlt A JksVA A 4: A i win SUM-SANDS RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE A1A OCEAN ROAD JUPITER, FLA. PH. 746-3336 MlftHT OWI RFCTAMPAMT Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge Robert S. Hewitt said Thursday he will sit a date later for a preview of the alleged "obscene film" "Hot Spur." His action followed motion by County Solicitor Marvin I'. Mounts Jr. requesting the pre view and a subsequent trial to determine whether the tilm should be p e r m a n e n ' I banned. The film was removed from public showing at the Pluybov Art Theater in Lake Worth in September alter the judge issued a temporary injunction banning it. Mounts charged the film is "lewd, lascivious, sadistic anil masochistic and appeals to prurient interest." He claimed it has "no social redeeming value" in relation South Bay Lions Name Man Of Year SOUTH BAY - William M Jeffries, retired secretary treasurer of the South Klonda Conservancy District, was named "Man of the Year" by South Bav Lions Club Thursday. Principal speaker for the awards dinner that was held at the Kl Ranchito Spanish American Restaurant was County Commissioner E. W. i Bud i Weaver, of Lake Har-)or. 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Musieale Sc heduled The Palm Beach County Music Teachers' Association will present its first student musieale of the season at 4 p.m. Sunday in the recital hall of the Fine Arts Building at Palm Beach Junior College, according to Mrs. Richard Shropshire, Musieale Chairman. to 8:00 P.M. - Daily and Sunday under the canopy MA MA LOUS LOOKOUT , LOUNGE AND BAR Z FAMOUS TIKI... OPEN TO 2 AM FAMILY STYLE $1.00 A ITfcTUT CManiiieliooTTL SPECIAL M.I. DUINKS 12 PRICE 5 lo 6 P.M. Daily Hal A CM d' Ouiti-j Srrt rH u ilh all Cm klails INN West Palm Beach 8191 CHEF CHARLES OF THE TOWERS presents his special vommand ft) A mronnanm FULL COURSE DINNERS dards. John Callaway, attorney for the theater, and who has ap pealed the injunction to the Fourth District Court of Ap peul on constitutional grounds, said it is, clearly, a violation of free speech. He said the law does not prohibit the showing of a commercial film, and "Hot Spur" is just such a case. "Where opinions questioning obscenity differ, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the lilm or book be made available to the public," he said. Callaway said if the case goes to trial then he will bring Dr. St. John-Stevas, a Con servative member of Parliament from England, to help defend the theater. Dr. Stevas was a guest lecturer at Marymount College in Boca Raton, recently. FEA Lists Proposed Priorities TALLAHASSEE (APi -The Florida Education Association Thursday issued a list of proposed priorities, without price tags, for educational programs in the Legislature. "I don't anticipate any difficulty in getting the present program funded," said executive director Phil Constans. "I don't think they (the legislators) are going to cut back. 1 think the Issue will be how much we will be able to get them to move ahead." The priorities were prepared by directors of the teacher organization for presentation to the FEA delegate assembly in Tampa Nov. 2.'). "The board is also recommending that the delegates give the executive committee some negotiating room so we don't have to go into legislative session locked-in," Cons-tans said. The proposed list divides the goals into three categories top priority, programs which the FEA would prepare bills on and support, and those which the organization would only lend its backing. In the present top priority classification were: Full funding of existing state education program; establishment of a professional standards board; enactment of a professional negotiations statute; improvement of teachers retirement system; provisions that consolidation and desegregation do not end teacher contracts, and elimination of the emergency certification law. Glades Felon Again Charged BELLE GLADE William li.igins, 76, of (i.12 SW Ave. U. who has been charged with possession of tirearms by a convicted felon, will appear m Municipal Court here today to answer a charge of selling merchandise in the city wilhout a license. Hagins appeared before Magistrate Court Judge James L. Tyson Jr., Thursday, at which time his rights were explained and the county solicitor's office was given two weeks lo file formal charges. Hagins told police a quantity ol merchandise found in his apartment had been purchased in Detroit from looters who took part in the riots there. Flying Saucers Meet Is Tonight Flying saucer buffs can compare notes tonight at the Downtown Holiday Inn in West Palm Beach where Mrs. Nelson (Madeleine) C. Rodctler of Silver Spring, Md., will lecture on the subject at H:.K) p.m. Mrs. Rodeffer will show a short color film of an "unidentified flying object" which was photographed when it hovered over her yard in !". 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