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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 19

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V V . Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 18, 196819 Police Chief Ducks FBI Post Rumors Solons Advocate 'Live In Capital' r V o SAN FRANCISCO (LPD Police Chief Thomas Cahill is sidestepping speculation he may replace J. Edgar Hoover as director of the F.B.I, in the administration of Presidentelect Richard Nixon. Rumors are again circulating in Washington that Hoover, who will turn 74 Jan. 1, is considering retiring from his position as top policeman in the United States. The guessing game as to Hoover's retirement plans takes place every four years because of his age. Congress last year, however, adopted special legislation allowing him to remain in the directorship indefinitely. Cahill was mentioned as a front runner to replace Hoover by the Washington Post. Questioned by newsmen Saturday, the San Francisco police chief said he thought Hoover "should not retire at this time." As to whether or not Hoover will retire, Cahill said: "I have been in court many times as a witness. You are bringing up something not in evidence." The Post story noted that Hoover, in introducing Cahill as the commencement speaker at last October's graduation ceremonies for FBI Academy graduates, called the San Franciscan "the best police chief in the country." i , w X. I LVk According to the Congressional Directory, about four-fifths of the Senate's members live in the District, while about one-third of the House members live in the suburbs, where desirable real estate is much cheaper. The three pointed to "obvious advantages" of the District, such as "fewer traffic jams, fewer car pools for parents, good bus and taxi service, good access to National Airport and convenience to many of the things you and your constituents want to see or do in Washington." They added that the District school system "does not enjoy a good reputation in the national (newsi media. Yet there are some excellent schools within the system." 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