The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 16, 1968 · Page 24
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 24

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, November 16, 1968
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21-Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 16, 1968 Government Reorganization Perils Cabinet System With Senate President Jack Matthews, D-Jacksonville, now a guiding hand in drafting legislation to revise the executive branch, and also an active gubernatorial candidate for W70, it will be interesting to see how this structure comes out. One of his primary oppo nents for that W70 race also is a possible victim of any major revamping of the cabinet system. His is Tom Adams. Thus it will be interesting to see in this three way struggle tor power just how the agencies will be grouped when the new Constitution is Implemented some time in er in its hands to do away with the system as it exists. Not oniy that, but three cabinet members face the awesome spectre of losing an area of responsibility over which they now hold exclusive au-thoritv. Treasurer Broward Williams finds nothing in the Constitution which gives him responsibility over insurance. Insurance is where Williams finds his chief source of power now as commissioner, and which constitutes the bulk of his empire. Comptroller Fred Dickinson finds nothing in the Constitution which gives him responsi bility over banks. A considerable amount of his power emi-nates from his title of banking commissioner. Secretary of State Tom Adams finds nothing in the Constitution which gives him corporation franchise duties or responsibility in the area of employment agencies. less than the entire six to oversee an agency. The significance of this new provision is that the cabinet system, as it was carefully cultured by cabinet members through statutes over the years now is subject to total review. The legislature has the pow By REX NEWMAN Tallahassee Bureau TA1.LAHASSEK ( AKN I -Florida's unique Cabinet .ys-teni, u creature of statutory development which has (level oped into the most expensive chief executive system of the nation's 5(1 slates, finds itself facing a crucial task. With the emergence of what appears to be an increasingly power hungry legislature, coupled with an increased deposit of power in a governor who can succeed himself and a lieutenant governor running in tandem with him, the six cabinet members have a fight on their hands. The battleground will be in reorganizing the slate into no more than 2) agencies. There now are more than ltiit state agencies and even more agencies such as the various navigation districts, conservation districts and the like which will be involved in the merger. The new Constitution states this maximum of 25 agencies should be placed under a combination of all elected cabinet members and the governor, the governor alone, the lieutenant governor alone, a single cabinet member, or an office or board appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the governor. The only qualifying statement regarding the governor appointing an officer or board to oversee an agency is that the legislature may require confirmation of the Senate or the approval of three members of the cabinet. There is no provision for the six cabinet members as group or as a combination to supervise any agency. Nor is there any provision for the governor and any grouping of cabinet members MM OA Men's and Boys' Casual HANDBAG Clutch PURSE Topper BABY PARTY DOLL SUMMER BLONDE 37 Kin Spray Super Silt (" Downtown Lions Set Annual Toy Pickup 1 97 8 23 2- SUPPERS Rvpulur $..') A timely buy in the cold weather. Corduroy outside with warm terry cloth lining. Sizes 2-6 for the boys, 6-12 (or the men in brown black and green colors. CLAIROL UNCURL With Gianf toilers HfguUr I' 63 5 DAY ROIL-ON lii'fiulur $.t.')7 Triple frame with three safety snap sections. Over the shoulder strap for easier carrying. Choose from brite orange, black, yellow, blue, beige and white colors. Regular $1 .77 Triple frame purse with a wide zip pocket and safety tab. Full print lining. Choice of brilliant colors, red, pink, blue, brown, black and yellow. S I 00 7 3 oi. Deodorant RvpulurSUMH Made of vinyl plastic with rooted hair. She also blows bubbles. A real party girl in her pink dress. ... WISK Polish Remover 15 SATURDAY 10 TO 9:30 - SUNDAY 11:30 TO 5:30 2 DAYS its I rjfti DEPARTMENT STORES t , WJLI uuyu n ir v iii iii mm i 1 0S m b? ii mi Boys or Girls 3-SPEEDIil-RISERBIKE UiEW SALE! 99 Rvfwlar III. III ' i them to three West Palm Beach fire stations, located at Xth Street and North Dixie Highway, Southern Boulevard, and the Flamingo Station at Parker and Park Street." So no one will interfere with the fire engines if they have to leave their stations the Lions Dens or drop-in compounds will be located on the east parking area off Park Street at the Flamingo Station; the east driveway area of Southern Boulevard at the Southbo-ro Station and in the .'15th driveway area at the Northbo-ro Station. "Lions members and Boy Scouts will be stationed at ail three Lions Dens to assist drivers delivering toys," Wolf-son said. All toys will be delivered to the Salvation Army whose volunteer workers will repair and repaint the toys that will be given out at Christmas in cooperation with the Palm Beach Post-Times Christmas Stocking Fund. The Lions Den drop-ins will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. only on .Nov. 2.'i. William Davis is chairman ol the Lions Toy Drop-in, assisted by Charles Shoemaker, Dr. Charles Hanko, S. Duer and William Callahan. Fair Housing Talks Planned DELRAY BEACH Fair housing for all citizens will come under serious discussion by members of the League ol Women Voters of South Palm Beach County during three sessions next week. According to Mrs. C. A. Plume, president of the League, the discussions will be centered on examinations of recent legislation, local attitudes, needs and availability ol low cost housing in the south county area. First of the discussions will be held at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at the residence here of Mrs. Virginia Meyers. Ill NW Sixth Street. The next meeting will be at !t:15 a.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. William Mudge, '.HI Bolender Drive, here. The final meeting is scheduled for Boca Raton or Thursday at !t:15 a.m. at tie Unit aria n-Universalist Churcl on Palmetto Park Road. All three discussion meet ings are scheduled to be led b Mrs. Thomas J. Harrison, i hairman of the recent tail housing study conducted by the League. Mrs. Plume urged all eligible voter-women to attend one ot the sessions. Smuggles Girl BUDAPEST i UIT i A photographer's model, Marion Blum, was sentenced Friday to six months in prison for smuggling an East Herman girl out of Hungai y. The 25th annual Downtown I. ions Club toy pickup will In held Saturday, Nov. 2.1. "It will really be a drop-in," Hen Wollson. news chairman, said. "Because of the lack ol enough donated trucks and drivers this year the I. ions are asking everyone to dig in their closets lor those old and new and discarded toys and take Fined For Petty Larceny Aurelio Roncherero, 61, of 721 l.ird St. was fined $125 Friday in West Palm Beach Municipal Court on a charge of nelly larceny, lie was convicted of taking $25 worth of fruits and vegetables at Good Samaritan Hospital. A 211 year-old U.S. Marine, Robert James McDonald of !tlfi Macy St., was fined $25 for possession of alcoholic beverages by a minor (one-hall pint of liquor and 12 cans of beer l. Convicted of driving under of the influence of intoxicating liquors were Ernest M. Compian. 2H, ol ti.'l.'i Datura St., and William McAdie, ,1H, of West view. They were lined $1110 each and had their driver's licenses revoked for six months. An additional tine of $25 tor driving in violation of an imposed drivel's license restriction and $111 on a charge of careless driving by weaving was received by Compian. McAdie was fined $25 additionally for careless driving to the left of center on a two way road and causing an accident resulting in over $51) damage. iilcrway Tonnage I p On Okeechobee SITART Freight tonnage on Okeechobee Waterway in 17 showed a big increase over Pttili. the U.S. Army Corps ol Engineers repotted Friday. Tonnage last seal was .!.'!!, 17 ! compared to .!0i,2 Hi tons in lti. Floi Ida's busiest water was the Waterway be tween Fci ti.inilin.i Harbor and St. John's River with 711, S52 Ions, the Corps reported. Actmlie Tolay H INI I' M M lit. 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