The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

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B2-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 18 X FDC Director Attacks Ferguson As 'Cancer' In Kirk's Office V"" ,v -s. i would not be up here," Wilson said. Wilson said that, regarding his own position, "it must be awkward to dump a guy who believes in good government." The commission official said he feels one positive thing behind the resignation Issue Is that he's bringing the Ferguson matter "to the forefront." "If they want to get my goat, they can have it," Wilson said. state," Wilson said. "I'm still for that man, there's no question about it," Wilson said. Wilson said he worked hard in Kirk's gubernatorial campaign and feels a lot of members of Kirk's present staff didn't even know how to spell the governor's name when he was elected. "If It hadn't been for a very few, 100 per cent dedicated people In that campaign, he TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Executive Director Jim Wilson, nearing Monday's showdown in the Florida Development Commission, says he feels there's a cancer In Gov. Claude Kirk's office that the governor must eliminate. "1 feel the governor has a certain cancer. If he wants to continue in politics he either has got to cut it out or do with it," Wilson said in an interview. Wilson said he was referring to the Republican governor's top administrative aide, Tom Ferguson, and others on the Kirk staff. She Wins Divorce NEW YORK (AP) Former dancer Mrs. Shirley Paige Manuel won an uncontested divorce Thursday from her husband whom, she claimed, forced her to walk about the house and often locked up her clothes. Wilson has submitted his resignation as acting director of the Development Commission, a post he held since the resignation last year of John Smolko. Wilson charged recently that what he referred to as "Kirk's Turks" led by Ferguson and Dick Warner, were trying to force him out. Published reports earlier had listed Warner as Kirk's No. 1 candidate for the executive directorship. "It's the point of no return. Those boys are determined to get me out of here. I don't cooperate with them," Wilson said. The commission, a center of controversy since Kirk assumed office two years ago, meets Monday in Fort Myers and will take up Wilson's resignation. "I don't think there's any out, with the pressure being put on them (commissioners) not to accept my resignation. I'm more concerned about the governor's image in this pill PHYLLIS IHI 1 1 1! si yv GETY0US . .. 4I .j 10 PM TONIGHT andrew EXQUISITE IMPORTED ALLIGATOR LIZARD SKINS, fine nd uppl...wJth a natural arflntty for beauty... tlmles and enduring! The season most dist motive shoe areation featuring the fashion high heel. Available in rioh tones of brown, falao. navy or nelge. Obscenity Probe To Be Urged A proposed investigation into books and magazines alleged to be obscene is to be recommended Monday by the Citizens' Literature Council to the West Palm Beach City Commission at its workshop meeting at 2 p.m. in City Hall on Second Street. Commissioners are to review the council's resolution that the city take official action against alleged pornographic literature by calling for an investigation by the grand jury or county solicitor. The council adopted the resolution Tuesday when magazines and books, deemed in violation of the city's obsceni-t code, were put on display for the public. In other workshop action, the commission is to review for second and final reading Nov. 2") the ordinance which is to bring the bus company under the "police powers" of the city. Also to be discussed Is a proposal by M. B. Frank, owner of the Marina Inn (formerly the George Washington Hotel) to lease parking spaces for hotel customer use at the site of the municipal marina. The city attorney is now investigating the legality of leasing the public parking facilities to private enterprise. TERMITES? 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Charles Moulton, 1201 Roebuck St., told city police that he was out for a walk when two men came up to him, one on each side, and struck him. The next thing he knew he was In the canal. Moulton said he called for help for about 20 minutes. Three youths pulled him out. They were: Donald Felton, 14, of 317 Tuxedo Lane, and Ed BEACH MALL Ph. I7W anarewj 'A big SWIVEL WALXUT PALM 295 n down paynwnt, In oiled finished swivels for fine tuning (23" measured color TV specials the NOVEMBER SPECIAL $649 30 25 0NIY$595 $704 'Gill PKG 775 PIANOS ORGANS DOWNTOWN WPI ON THE LAKE in Florida. 837-3858 MON. & FRI. ' 4 ' - if ' j I f ki1 mnwiii irnir't i iiiniMii nw ft'1 "wft'1-' l;t sq. in. ones BASE COXSOLE if Vf I I r juil $16 o month veneers and hardwood solids. Cabinet viewing from any part of room. Automatic control. 295 sq. in. viewing area diagonally). gar Johnson, IE and Joseph Johnson, 10, of Clare Avenue. Patrolman David A. Hughes was the investigating officer. 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