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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 30

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 21, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1968-31 Pahokee Club Plans Pre-Game Barbecue County Unit Asks Governor To Postpone Stuart Election Permanent Protection Sought For South Jetty City Atty. T.T. Oughterson said that he did not believe the governor has the authority to call off any election. "The election is set by charter," Oughterson said. Acting City Manager Edwin Glasscock said he did not know if the audit was completed. "When they (the auditors) left this week they did not tell me if the audit was completed or not." A team of legislative auditors headed by August Lutz has been making an audit of the city's books since last August. The city primary is set for Nov. 26 with the election Dec. 10. Eight candidates are vying for two seats on the commission. , department, and asked Temby if he could not find a permanent solution to the problem. Mayor Milton Tucker suggested an outside firm could be retained to handle the job. The commission also gave its approval to a request from developer R. E. Rose to extend city water service to his Sheraton Plaza subdivision, located on N. 25th Street outside of the city limits. Commissioners approved extending service to the 200 residences planned for the subdivision under a city policy which provides for slightly higher rates to customers living outside the city. Rose has agreed to pay the cost of extending water lines, estimated at between $6,800 to $7,500. By CHARLES CATES Martin Bureau Chief STUART - The Martin County Resources and Development Board Wednesday asked Gov. Claude Kirk to postpone the Stuart municipal election until an audit of the city's books has been published A brief news release, by the board's executive director. William 0. Maclaren. said the governor had been asked, by telephone, to authorize the publication of the results of the investigation into the affairs of the city by the legisla-tiveauditors. ". . .Or to postpone the city election until a reasonable time has elapsed after such publication." PAHOKEE - The Pahokee Athletic Council will sponsor a chicken barbecue, from 4:30 until 7 p.m. Friday prior to the annual gridiron battle between Belle Glade and Pahokee High Schools at Lair Field. The dinner will be served at the Elks Club on East Main Street, within walking distance of the football field, according to Leonard Dobrow, chairman of the fund-raising event. Frank Gillis is president of the association, which will prepare take out dinners as well as those served at the club. The barbecue will be another in a series of events planned for Thursday and Friday before the annual football battle between the neighboring teams. Climax of the grid tiff will be the awarding of the Bill Young Memorial Trophy to the winning team captain by the president of the Lions Club from the victorious city. The trophy is now in the possession of the Blue Devils, who lead the western division of the Suncoast Athletic Conference. President of the local civic organization is Web Pell, head coach of the local eleven. Dr. Thomas Baker, Belle Glade chiropractor, is president of the visiting club. A gigantic bonfire beginning at 7:30 o'clock tonight will get the annual celebration under way. It will be held on the parking lot adjacent to Lair Field on Larrimore Road. At 2 p.m. Friday, the students of the junior-senior high school will hold a pep rally and 30 minutes later the annual parade will form at the high school for a march through the downtown business district. Each class will enter a float and the winners will take part in the pre-game parade at the football game that features sponsors from both schools. That event will begin at 7:30 p.m. At the conclusion of the athletic contest, the bands from both schools will combine for a brief musical program. Guerrillas Give Up JAKARTA I UPI) - Authorities said Wednesday that the mass surrender of 1.406 guerrillas in West Irian would end their rebellion, the Indonesian news agency reported. FORT PIERCE - City commissioners have asked city engineers to seek a permanent method of protecting the South Jetty from damage caused by heavy wave action. The jetty fishing walkway sustained damage during the last few weeks, with most of the damage along the outermost 150 feet. Buffeting waves damaged the jetty fishing walkway during the last few weeks, with most of the damage along the outermost 150 feet and on the oceanside. City Engineer William Temby said. Temby, reporting on an inspection of the jetty made with Public Works Director Milton Davis, said it appeared that the jetty would have to be maintained periodically. Since most of the damage to the asphalt surface of the jetty occurred in areas where large boulders weretoo few to protect against wave action, he suggested pieces of broken concrete be used to shore up the sides of the jetty in those areas. Commissioners turned the job over to the public works SATURDAY 12:00-2:00 P.M. Sunday 2:00 VFW Speech Contest Set LAKE PARK - The annual Voice of Democracy contest, sponsored by the Donald A. Ross Post 9610, Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxiliary, will be held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Freedom's Challenge is the theme of the contest to be held in the lecture room of Palm Beach Gardens High School. First place winner will receive a $25 Savings Bond plus an engraved plaque. The two runners-up will receive pen sets. The w inning speech will be entered in the District Three competition with a chance to enter the state and national contests. National contest winners will share college scholarships worth $13,500. East state winner will get a five-dav tour of Washington. DC. I mm L. "ktB lift Mounts To Talk On Drug Abuse Marvin Mounts Jr., Palm Beach County solicitor, will address the Board of Directors of the Woman's Club of West Palm Beach Monday at 10 a.m. He will discuss drug abuse and society, followed by a question and answer period. The meeting, to be held at l!!l Bursting upon our BIG SCREEN in all 8 the colors of the rainbow . . . a prize-winning blue ribbon treat for old and young alike! Here's something for the whole family to see together! The Management. Theaters Today BOCA RATON "Lady In Cement," 2:00, 3:55, 5:55, 7:55,9 50. IWfiMMtWMMMlMBMHMM fttt MOVIt TIME tlOCt F01 EEATUHe tlWO j 1 souihiin ii vo. n Dir. mi OD LilTt f1::. SHwiSTOftwroit wiw mi- MIMSY FARMER SHELLY WINTERS CAREFREE "Deadfall," 2:25, 4:40, 7: 10, 9:40. COLONY "The Oldest Profession," 7:25, 9:30. FLORIDA "2001: A Space Odvssev," 2:00. 5:00. "WILD RACERS" "WILD IN THE STREETS" the Clubhouse at 105 S. 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