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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 32

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Tuesday, November 26, 1968
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32-Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1968 Legislators Plan Judiciary Revision POST TV CLOCK Ship Quickly Capsizes; Nine Lost In Icy W ater would have doomed the entire constitutional revision. Apparently Mathews' reasoning now is that an attempt can be made to change the judicial article since there will be no fear that it will cause the entire constitution to fail. - 4 The Secret Storm 5-7 Another World 10-12 General Hospital 4 Edgeot Night 5-7 You Don't Say 10 12 OneLitetoLive - 4 The Linkletter Show 5-10 Dialing tor Dollars 7 Batman 12 Dark Shadows - 4 Steve Allen Show - 7 Mike Douglas Show 12 MervGrittin Show - 2 Timefor School - 2 Mister Rogers Neighborhood 10 News, Weather, Sports - 5 DatelmeFinancial - 4 Weather. News. Sports 5 DatelineFishmg - 1 Friendly Giant 5 7 12 News, Weather, Sports 10 F rank Reynolds - 2 Dick Davis-Stocks - 2 Marketing Management 4 Walter Cronkite 5 Huntley Brinkley 10 Truth or Consequences 12 FrankReynolds - 2 Right ot Privacy 4 Red Skelton Hour WTHS-Mumi Charm 1 WTVJ-Miami Channn 4 WPTV-Wwt Plm Such ChannH s WCKT-Mumi Channd 1 WLBW-Miami Channel 10 WEAT-Wnt palm Beach Channel 12 M Indicates MOVIE TUESDAY 5 35- 7 Inspirational Message 5 40 - 7 Educational Hour, U. of F la 6 15- 4 Sunrise Semester 6 35-10 Give Us This Day 6 40 7 Sunshine Almanac 10 Public ServtceFilm 6 45- 4 News in Spanish 12 Paul Harvey News 6 55- 5 Religious SignOn 7 Community Report 10 Spanish News 7 00 - 4 Popeye Playhouse 5-7 Today 10 Love That Bob (Spanish) 12 Sunshine Almanac 7 15-12 Three Stooges 7 25- 5 7 News Break 7 30-10 Rick Shaw Show 8 00 - 4 Captain Kangaroo 10 George ol the Jungle 12 Kimba the White Lion Blue Water II to a new location. One survivor, Jem Walther of Ventura. Caiif.. said the men spent "about 30 minutes in the water, clinging to what ever we could find." Two of the survivors. Bill Davis. 20. Ventura, who suffered a broken left ankle and a sprained wrist, and James Van Auken were taken by ambulance to a hospital. The Triple Crown's captain. George Gaskill, 35. Sunset Beach, Calif., who was operating the gantry crane on the deck of the vessel, said Van Auken "just about drowned" and was in deep shock. Gaskill said. "There was only a few minutes indication last September, and was designed to work "in operations far in excess of this" in water depths of 2.000 feet and to carry the heavy gear necessary for operations at that depth. Ai' I k i i-i:nr Doctors quit smoking CHICAGO According to a recent survey, 52' , of American doctors do not smoke. Many quit recently due, according to the Anti-Tobacco Center of America, to the conclusive evidence linking cigarettes and lunj; cancer. Many doctors gave up smoking without straining their will power thanks to a new tablet which helps to progressively eliminate the need for nicotine and. as a result, the desire to smoke. Less than 1'i of the 150.000 people who tried this tablet reported they still smoke! Smokers interested in receiv-i"; information (free) about this new tablet are invited to contact directly the Anti-Tobacco Center of America. Dept. 2MC , 276 Park Avenue South, New York City, 10010. It is sufficient to send your name and address: Just a postcard will do. By REX NEWMAN Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -An attempt is to be made during the 1969 legislative session to prepare an amendment to the newly adopted Florida Constitution to rewrite the judicial articles. It was reported by highly placed sources in the Senate Monday that Senate President Pro-tern Reubin Askew, D-Pensacola. will head the Constitutional Amendment Committee at the request of Senate President Jack Mathews. D-Jacksonville. Mathews has given Askew instructions to attempt to revise the present judicial system. Any constitutional amende-men to revise Article 5 which deals with 'he judicia y -vould have to be placed on a ballot for the people to vote. Askew and Mathews, members of the Constitutional Revision Committee which prepared the rough draft of the constitution which the legislature finally adopted, are strong advocates of changing the state's judicial structure. However, attempts to get the judiciary article rewritten during the constitutional revision session of the legislature failed. Circuit Court judges in the state, who would have found their prestige diluted by elevation of Criminal Court judges, Juvenile Court Judges and county judges to their level, successfully lobbied any revision out of the new Constitution. It was feared that inclusion of this article at that time SANTA BARBARA. Calif. (I'PIi A 170-foot supply ship sank Monday in the wind whipped Pacific. 8 miles offshore, while helping to move and acre sized oil drilling rig. Nine of the 25 men aboard were missing. Some missing men were believed trapped in their bunks when the $1 million "Triple Crown" sank within two minutes in 300 feet of water. It went down so quickly some of the men aboard had no time to don lifejackets or preservers. Hope dwindled for the men missing in the icy water, which was whipped into four foot waves by wind gusts up to 35 miles an hour. A Coast Guard spokesman said maximum survival time under such conditions probably would be about four hours. A flotilla of vessels scriss-crossed the area while helicopters circled overhead in search of survivors. The ship went down at 4 a.m. PST after workers had pulled in the eight huge anchors from the giant oil drilling platform. Blue Water II, preparatory to moving it. All but 300 feet of chain from the last anchor had been hauled into the stern of the Triple Crown when it went down. Survivors agreed the vessel sank suddenly, stern first, as though it were pulled by chains snagged on underwater cable or some other object. The survivors were plucked from the water shortly after the sinking by the tug. Pacific Satern, which was on hand to do the actual moving of the Rumors Denied By Rockefeller NEW YORK (API - Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, repeatedly rumored as slated for. or having turned down, a Cabinet post in the administration of President-elect Richard M. Nixon, insisted Monday that he hasn't been asked. The governor, appearing at a United Jewish Appeal luncheon, told questioners: "I haven't spoken to him since election night ." The Republican governor and the Republican presidentelect live in the same Fifth Avenue building, but use different entrances. Police Arrest Man In Armed Rob Robbery TAMPA iL'PIi - Police arrested a 23-year-old man here Monday and charged him with armed robbery in connection with the holdup Monday morning of the Morrison Cafeteria at East Gate Shopping Center He was identified as Johann Mathis of Tampa, Police said the money, estimated at about $5,000 was 8 25- 5-7 News Break j Huntley Brinkley 8 30 -10 Banio Billy 10 The Honeymooners 12 Mike Douglas Show 12 Treasure Isle 9 00 - 4 MervGrittin Show 7 30- 4 Gunsmoke 5 Hazel 7 jerry Lewis 7 Donald O'Connor Show o-12 Mod Squad 10 Dream House ; 00- 2 The World We Live In 9 30- 5 Real McCoys 4M-"Bye Bye Birdie" 10 Dark Shadows 8 30 2 William Buckley 10 00 - 5 Snapjudgment 5.7 I0M-' Starhtt" 0.2 it Takes A Thief 12 JackLaLanne 9 00- 5-7M "Something For A Lone- 10 25- 5-7 News lyMan' 10 30 - 4 Beverly H.llb'llies 9 30- 2 MantoMan 5 7 Concentration 10.12 N Y P D. 12 Dick Cavett Show 10 00- 4 60 Minutes 11 00- 4 AndyofMayberry 10 That's Life 5-7 Personality 12 I Spy 11 30- 4 Dick Van Dyke Show 10 30 2 Whols 5 7 Hollywood Squares II 00- 4-5-7 1012 News; Weather, 12 00- 4 News sports 5 7 Jeopardy 11 -30-4 Perry Mason 10-12 Bewitched 5-7 Johnny Carson 12 30- 4 Search tor Tomorrow 1 2 Joey Bishop 5 EyeGuess 12 30- 4 Mr Ed 7 News 1 rx) 4 News in Spanish 10 Treasure Isle l0M-"The Lost Moment" 12 DivorceCourt 12 Paul Harvey News that trouble was brewing, and I I sent a man down to wake up any sleeping crewmen. Then all of a sudden the vessel went j down stern first, and we were j all in cold water." The captain would not indi cate what he thought might have caused the capsizing Both the vessel and the rig were owned by subsidiaries of Santa Fe International Inc. and were being used on a Humble Oil Co lease in the oil rich Santa Barbara Channel. A spokesman for Santa Fe said it was not known what caused the sinking. He said the vessel was new. having been completed only- AtfUAKIUM SET complete io gal 11" Pleads Innocent In Son's Death A 20 year-old mother, charged with the maaslaunh-ter of her 13-month old son and the unlawful punishing of a second son, pleaded innocent at her arraignment in I'alm Beach County Criminal Court Monday Irma 11 Hernandez. 4446 Lake Worth Kd . Lake Worth, is accused of the Oct 23 beating death of Johnny Hernandez and the beating of his brother. Jose. Kree on $2,000 bond, she has been scheduled for trial the week of Jan. 20, 19ti9. In other court action, three membe's of a Lantana family pleaded innocent at their arraignments to charges of affray and resisting arrest with violence John Charles Martin Sr.. 65, of 3985 Tuskegee Rd . his wife, Mary. 48. and son. John Jr., 34, were charged after a street brawl thut also involved the elder Martin's daughter. l;aib,iia llu'h llnllrun. .'' and her husband, John, 38. both of 4312 S. Davis Rd , suburban Lake w.jrth. in early-November. John Mart n Jr. is also charged with assault and batten'. The Martins, free on $1 000 bond each. h;.ve been scheduled for trial 'he week of May 2fi. 19. Call us for I I TED MITE I 00HTR0L ! CET RID OF I !r TERMITES HOUSEHOLD INSECTS PATIO, IAWN I GARDEN PESTS I . KtM . (( In I Mt.l l) I PALM BEACH ! I EXTERMINATING SERVICE INC. I 1913 S. DIXIE PH. 833-0808 J 111 1 1 IAY-A-WAY NOW FOR XMAS! TROPICAL FISH - ALL SUPPLIES - LOWEST PRICES AQUARIUM CENTER 517 NORTHWOOD RD. 833-9505 4 25 4 30 5 00 5 30 5 45 5 55 6 15-6 30 5 John Gary Show RADIOLISTINGS -West Palm Beach (MBS) 850 West Palm Beach 1290 West Palm Beach 1230 West Palm Beach (FM) 107.9 -West Palm Beach INBCI 1340 -Palm Beach (FMS) Stereo 97.9 WEAT WOXT WWOS WLIZ- Lake Worth 1380 1600 1420 740 900 93.5. 1000 IfVHEW Riviera Beach (ABC) -Delray Beach -Boca Raton -Belle Glade (MBS) -Belle Glade (FM) Jupiter WJTS Two Hostages PARIS (AP) - Students at Nanterre University held two French aircraft industry executives as hostages Monday but freed them and fled when police rushed to the campus. .if'. m obc 11 12 55-I 00 5 News 4 Loveot Life 5 Ripcord 7 Match&ame 10 News 12 Dream House 4- 7 News 4 As the World Turns 5 Let's Make a Deal 7 Girl Talk 1012 Funny You Should Ask 10 12 Children's Doctor 4 Love is a Many Splendored Thing 5- 7 Days of Our Lives 10-12 NewlywedGame 4 TheGuiding Light 5-7 The Doctors 10 12 The DatingGame 1.25-1.30- 1 55- 2 00- NEED NEW FLOORS? call GRIFFIN flooring company Soi'thtrn Rlvd ol Lalte Ave. 832-7561 Free Estimates 'V vtv 3 JViocf8 Sauad IF THESE THREE GRAB YOU IN A DARK ALLEY, DON'T FIGHT. 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