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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, November 19, 1968
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Palm Beach Post. Tuesday, Nov. 19. 1968-15 FDC Names Meiklejohn Riviera Bribery Car Plunges Into Park Pond To Kirk 's Okay Cases Scheduled A Riviera Beach Driver Fined $125 0 DWI $25 for possession of alcohol bv a minor 1 17 half-quarts of been. Subject FORT MYERS 1AP1 - The Florida Development Commission Monday appointed Don Meiklejohn as its Five High School Bands In Area Enter Contest George Norman Campbell. 21. of 633 Hibiscus St.. Apt. 7. was fined $100 for giving wine to a minor. Charged with possession of alcohol by minors w ere five youths with Smith. Russell Wavne Hickman. 20. of Rt. 1. Box 352-H. Breezy Lane, suburban West Palm Beach: James Self. 20. of 2630 Hiawatha Ave.; and Elizabeth M. Phillips. 20. of 633 Hibiscus St.. Apt. 8. three of the five minors were found guilty on the possession charge and fined $25 each. Having their cases rescheduled for today because police were to notify their parents Monday were Anna J. Clack-urn. 19. of the 633 Hibiscus St. Apt. 8 address and Marsha Jeanne Duquette. 20. of the 2630 Hiwatha Ave. address. Thomas E. Rose. 18. of 4079 Chukker Drive, suburban West Palm Beach, was also fined Relax! It's only a movie! JAMBA) JM JAMBS) -COBURN' MASON FOX US AN NAM WP YORK 32 TtCHWlCOtOW J", a Five area high school bands ! will participate Saturday, Nov. 23. in a marching band contest-festival at McArthur High School in Hollywood, sponsored by District 8 of the Florida Bandmasters Association iFBAi. Included will be Boca Raton High School. DanMcCarthy High School of Fort Pierce. John I. Leonard High School of Lake Worth. Lake Worth High School and Seacrest High School of Delray Beach. ; Beginning at 8 p.m.. the event will take place in the J. McArthur Jr. Memorial virAKiMINT ITORIS : Hot : ROAST BEEF j Sandwich 7T Served u ilh (ail v ... : Savory Dressing Choice of Vegetables : Apple Pie 29c I WOOL! O-Rl.n (.KM I. : council man and a North Palm Beach developer, charged with conspiracy to bribe and bribery and free on $3,000 bond each were scheduled Monday for trial the week of Aug. 18. 1969. The pair. Councilman George Bowe and W. D. Ray. president of Continental Con Dev Corp.. appeared before Palm Beach County Criminal Court Judge Russell H. Mcintosh Monday and pleaded innocent at their arraignment. The men have been charged in connection with the alleged attempt to bribe Riviera Rice Enters Guilty Plea To Murder FORT LAUDERDALE (AP) - Stanley Everett Rice, a fugitive mental patient who lived in the rusted hulk of a junkyard ice cream truck, pleaded guilty Monday to the Mother's Day shotgun murder of a young boy. C. L. Ward, assistant public defender, entered the plea as trial was about to begin for the 26-year-old Massachusetts wanderer who was questioned in the disappearances of young bovs in Ohio and Canada. Rice, a slim blond, was charged with shooting Nelson Williams, 11. in a remote area of Broward County last May while the boy and a young companion, Kevin Politte, 10, played on the bank of a canal. Ward entered the guilty plea after Judge George Tedder Jr., denied a defense motion to declare the trial no contest. The public defender asked that Rice's psychiatric examinations be considered and that he be committed to a mental hospital. The attorney for the state concurred. When asked if he had been coerced or promised anything. Rice told the judge, "Nosir." Sentencing was set for Friday for the Concord, Mass., native. MOVIE AUDIENCE GUIDE The following rating designation by the Motion Picture Association of America applies to films released after Nov. 1, IH68 and is being run as a public service by this newspaper to acquaint the viewing audience with this new ay a tern. Hating symbols appear in individual theater ids. G Suggested for General audiences. M Suggested for Mature audiences (parental discretion is advised). K Heitricted. Persons under 16 not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian, X Persona under 16 not admitted. WITH THISCOIPO LUNCHEON OF A l(lll(kl The driver of a car which went into the duck pond at Howard Park Saturday, according to West Palm Beach Police, was fined $125 for causing an accident and driving while intoxicated i DWI I in Municipal Court Monday. George Ringling Smith. 37. of 2440 Shawnee Drive, hit a permanent street barrier near the Howard Park pond and veered off it 60 feet into the pond, according to the police report. He was not injured. Ray Arthur Murry. 29. of 164 N. Neva Drive, was fined $275 by Judge Beatrice Fitterer on charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and allowing an incompetent person drive his car. Arthur was arrested Saturday at 9th Street and N. Olive Avenue by Patrolman Robert L. Flesh, who testified that a 14-year-old boy was driving the wrong way on the one-way street i.. Olive) while Murry was lying on the back seat. The juvenile was said to be a hitchhiker. Eugenia Gates. 47. of 616 Rosemary Ave., was sentenced to 60 days in jail after she pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace by fighting in an incident causing slight personal injury to Edward Smith, no age or address given. James Louis Pressly. 52. of 2756 Georgia Ave. and J.D. Johnson, no age given, of 5004 6th St. were fined $100 each after pleading guilty to carrying concealed butcher nives. Pressly also was fined $110 for DWI and weaving. Leona Peterman Guthrie. 27. of 617 Fern St.. Apt. 1. was fined $125 for DWI and careless driving causing an accident. Meeting To Discuss Policeman's Post JUPITER - Recommendations for the appointment of a new policeman to the police department here may be made at tonight's town commission meeting. Police Chief Glynn Mayo said Monday. Mayo said he has several applications on file for the $85 per week job. The three-man department, which has had a vacancy for several weeks, functions with the aid of numerous volunteer auxiliarymen. .J Z'm Direct from Fram e... m A totally new concept in artitir motion niduresfora'luUlil - LAST TIMES TODAY "PETUUA" 7:30 & 9:30 Musi- sunshine so m nt2 1 STARTS TOMORROW orlanc5rkiil TEc'Heartisa .cionelijcHunterJ TECHNICOLOR 1p7 DECORATIONS FOR . . . HOMES THANKSGIVING l TURKEYS TABLE DECORATIONS CHRISTMAS SANTA SUITS BEARDS & WIGS NEW YEARS NATS NOISE MAKERS OFFICE OAGS BAU00NS STREAMERS HAKE JOHNNY'S PIATIAND TOUR 1 STOP STORE FOR DECORATIONS FOR AU OCCASIONS. JOHNNY'S PLAYLAND 108 CLEMATIS ST. PHONE 832-9444 MONDAY THRU FRIDAYS WITH SALAD 4 W P.M. to 8 00 P.M. - Daily and Sunday s2" Beam LANNY GREY) PLAYS PIANO AND! SINUS IN I HK I CAHOUSia BAH I (irpptMiml OF THE For Reservations Call John 844-5221 CLUBS S STORES LYON-MCKELCAFETEKIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Srving Palm Beach tine 1950 luncheon Special daily except Sunday ENJOY AN ITALIAN DINNER AT . . . MAMA GILDA RESTAURANT IN A TYPICAL ITALIAN RELAXING ATMOSPHERE ALSO SERVING STEAKS PRIME ROAST BEEF t SEAFOODS AND YOUR FAVORITE COCXTAIL RES. CALL 833-3088 15th ST. & N. DIXIE W.P.B. Young Steer liver, Onions (Dinner only) Swedish Meat Balls, Rice (Dinner only Dutch Chicken Pot Pie (Lunch and Dinner) 1 1:30 A.M. to i: IS P.M. 4:30 BUSINESSMEN'S DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL mHi Meiklejohn. now the state beverage director, succeeds acting director Jim Wilson who resigned in October. His appointment is subject Stadium on the Hollywood campus. Five judges, who are qualified band and music authorities chosen by the FBA. will rate the 16 bands entered on the basis of playing, marching and general effect. Three different ratings will be awarded. These are superior, excellent and good. Competition is against the above standards, not one band against another, the FBA said. Therefore it is possible for all bands to achieve the same rating, although not likely, according to the FBA. The five judges for the event are to be J. H. Hill of Fernandina Beach High' School. Kernaa McFarlin of Jacksonville. Gus Perry of Miami-Dade Junior College. John Munroe of the University of Miami and .N. P. Baggarly. i 1 n (MR ' ( DARDAR mtm IERRIS . . . must it Madden T.'lQNCE TO EVFRVONFg"! ... SI. 35 COFFEE HOUSE IWIMUftfe X - .jJ. ii Ji , ....JL LlOAjORRQW tfr i SMORGASBORD A GO GO Beach City Coucilman A. C. Bennett Oct. 3. Ray. 47. and Bowe. 32. were charged with offering Bennett $300 to influence his vote on matters the development firm had pending before the city council. Asst. County Solicitor William Staab. who filed the charges, said the incident took place one day after the city council voted unanimously to pass an ordinance setting up a Residential Community Unit PlaniRCUPl. With the passage of the ordinance, construction began on Con Dev's Sugar Sands development on Singer Island, but work was ordered to cease Friday when Circuit Court Judge Culver Smith declared the rezoning ordinance invalid. Judge Smith in his ruling said the 15-day notice of publication had not been given by the council prior to the passage of the ordinance. Drug Charge Hearing Set Albert Donaldson Thorp Jr., of Delray Beach, had his arraignment on a drug charge in Palm Beach County Criminal Court postponed one week Monday. Thorp, of 1602 S. Federal Highway, was charged Oct. 22 with a violation of the barbiturate law, possession of amphetamine. He is free on $2,000 bond. Another Delray Beach man. William A. Gore, 29, the accused "fence" for an area burglary ring, pleaded innocent earlier at his arraignment in Criminal Court. Theaters Today BOCA RATON "Boston Strangle!-," 2:25, 4:45, 7:05, 9:25. CAREFREE "Dully," J: 10, 4:00, 5:50, 7:45, 9 40 COLONY "Interlude," 7:20, 9:30. t-LORIDA "2,001, A Space Odyssey," 2 00, 5:00, : 30. LAKE "With Six You Get Eggroll," 3:30, 5:35,7:40,9 45. LOEW'S CINEMA BOYNTON "Petulie," 7:30, 9:30. LOEW'S CINEMA 70 "Helge," 2:00, 4:00,6.00,8:00. 10 00 PLAZA "Boston Strsngler," 1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30,9:40. PLAYBOY "Come Pley with Me," 2 00, 4 00, 6 00, 8:00, 10:00, "Sugar Daddy," 3 00, 5:00, 7:00,9:00. RIVIERA "Duffy," 7.30, 9:40. BEACH (DRIVE IN) "Stripping Wives," 7:00, 10:30, "French Honeymoon," 8: 15, BOULEVARD (DRIVE IN) "Mantis in Lace," 7:00, 10:10, "Third Sex," 8:50. DELRAY (DRIVE-IN) "Berbarella," 7:00, 10:25, "Maroc 7," 8 55. SKYDROME (DRIVE IN) "Live a Little, Love a Little," 7:00, 10:30, "Buckskin,"8:50. TRAIL (DRIVE-IN) "Secret Life of an American Wife," 7:00, 10:30, "Vengeanceof She," 8:50. ADULT HITS "THE TIIIIW SEX" Sunday -2sv 44 Cocoanut Row Palm Beach 833-5761 M.,rik c.-j- r. It was already famout at the biggest belt-buster in town . . . but now the authentic Scandinavian Smorgasbord Luncheon at the Colonnades Beach Hotel offers you even more delectables to choose from: more lesty appetizers, more huge platters of chilled meats and fowl, more sea food delicacies, more exciting casserole surprises, more salads, more tasty aspics, condiments and relishes. Yes, more of everything. Yet, and listen to this you can enjoy the whole shooting match including, oven-fresh bread and rolls, and dessert, along with a sensational view of the ocean, for only o dollar ninety five sents, any day at noon DELICIOUS FULL jffifPl : I" West Polm Bench 1 to approval by Gov. Claude Kirk. Commission chairman Milton Weir Jr. said after the meeting that Meiklejohn agreed to serve if Kirk approves. Wilson will be assistant director, a post he formerlv held. Wilson offered his resignation but said. "It must be awkward to dump a guy who believes in good government." He has been acting director since the resignation last year of John Smolko. Wilson blasted Kirk's administrative aide, Tom Ferguson, and others on the governor's staff. He said their interference was the reason he resigned as director. Wilson charged that what he referred to as Kirk's Turks." led by Ferguson and Kirk aide Dick Warner were trying to force him out. "It's the point of no return." Wilson said. "Those boys are determined to get me out of here. I don't cooperate with them. Wilson said he worked hard in Kirk's gubernatorial campaign and feels 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," Wilson said. Kirk would not have been elected. Meiklejohn, 39. was appointed to the beverage post by Kirk a year ago. He had been a political writer for the St. Petersburg Times and prior to that Tallahassee bureau chief for the John H. Perry newspapers. He also had worked as a reporter for the Pensacola News-Journal, Tallahassee Democrat and Kansas City Star. Last year he returned to Tallahassee to open a bureau for the Cowles Press and broadcasting holdings in Florida. IHG GOES TO THE ELK'S CLUB EVERY TUESDAY FOR A GOOD TIME ELK'S AND GUEST BPOE1352 5th & OLIVE AT 8 P.M. LAST DAI "DUFFY" JAMIS C0IURN JAMES MASON colon OENERAK nuMzMA Curtis I OHNS U 41 j ' I Ml U. A . Monday through friaoy ai rn. COURSE Colonnades Beach Hotel. Just UUKSt over the causeway on South DINNERS Ocean Boulevard in Palm Shores, Singer Island. THE i;isp reggnytraraTrga lI i mm hah wmi -1 "uiiri uiur J''MrOT'Mf.WM.w. '"m. III I r.! 1 iVMflWf flgrtrarira Ire. Iff M bt si iii mi am Actors Workshop presents . 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