The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 27, 1968 · Page 5
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 5

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Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1968-5 School Board Protests Legally Required Courses Providing an atmosphere of elegance for your traditional tion making noninstructional employes eligible for sabbatical leave. Revise the noninstructional workers' retiie-ment plan so employes who leave the system will be paid interest on retirement payments which were withdrawn from their salaries during their service. The. board was told by Mrs. Rosemary Doucette. who is an employe in the internal accounts division, that although payments themselves are returned, no interest is paid when employes are fired or quit. One-third of the administration's recommendations was deferred for consideration at a later meeting when the workshop ended. A 4-0 decision to oppose state laws which require individual school districts to offer specific subjects was taken during a Monday workshop meeting of the Palm Beach County School Board. The decision was one of more than 50 recommendaions for consideration by the Palm Beach County district delegation prepared by the county school administrators The legislature, according to Dr. A Donaldson Tljorp. board chairman, is presently moving to enact a law making driver education mandatory for all public secondary school students. Thorp, long opposed to driver education courses in the public schools, called these, classes costly and ineffective. He said a law requiring driver education courses, if enacted, would be another example of the legislature placing a heavy burden on local taxpayers. The chairman added, driver education is a failure. "Immaturity of judgement." not lack of driver education courses, is a major cause of teenage accidents, he said. A Lake Park member. Mrs. Sadie Grable. said she had been in favor of drive education in public schools at one time, but had swung over to Thorp's belief. She added, "when children have cars their marks go down." The move to recommend that the legislature stop enact ing subject requirements, was supported by the two other members present, vice chairman Robert R. Johnson of West Palm Beach and Robert M.Hooker of Belle Glade. Two recommendations of the advisory committee were also adopted by the board. The committee represents its non-instructional employes under provision of the board's Professional Affairs Policy. Legislators are to be asked to: Enact permissive legisla Thanksgiving; Dinner Whether it's turkey with al' the trimmings, a succulent steak or any of our fine entrees . . . you'll enjoy a truly delightful tjianksgivinj at The Flame. ; AIRCRAFT n OPEN 24 HOURS U.S., N. 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Le claimed North Vietnamese territory had been bombarded in the past two weeks from the air and from a vessel of the U.S. "th f leet and he added: These acts of the United States are contrary to the engagements undertaken unconditionally to cease air. naval and artillery bombardments as well as all other acts related to the use of force against the entire territory ol the Democratic Republic of Vietnam." This is North Vietnam's official name. to WHILE THEY LAST! 1 i 1 i DIAL ' Pocket size radio with a big sound. Complete with carrying case, earphone and batteries. Put several on your gift list! 683-4121 Serving from 12 Noon til 1 A.M. 200 YACHT CLUB DRIVE NORTH PALM BEACH RESERVATIONS PHONE 8U-313 ncnan flying SERVICE PALM BEACH INT. AIRPORT, FLORIDA "GATEWAY TO THE BAHAMAS" 313 CLEMATIS PALM BEACH MALL PARIS iAPp - The United Suites ;ind North Vietnam wrangled over I'.S reconnaissance flights Tuesday amid growing signs that Smith Vietnam is real to end its boycott of the peace talks here. North Vietnam demanded that the 1'nited States end the reconnaissance flights and quit what it called air and naval attacks on .Northern territory. The I'nited States did not call off reconnaissance flights when it halted air and sea attacks on .North Vietnam. It reserved the right also to send in protective covering aircraft for helicopters flying into North Vietnam to rescue any downed pilots rour airmen are missing in North Vietnam after their planes were shot down Monday. The I'.S. Command in Saigon reported it ordered fight cr-hombers to soften up with "suppressive fire" the area in which the planes went down so a rescue could be achieved. I'.S. envoys here rejected Hanoi's demand that it end its reconnaissance flights and reserved the right to defend Americans under lire. They also denied Hanoi's accusation that the United States was acting in bad faith. The exchange between the two chief participants in the Vietnam peace negotiation here came as the Saigon government was reported nearing the end of its boycott ot the talks.'' An unidentified envoy reached the French capital from Saigon over the weekend to prepare for the arrival of Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky within about 1(1 days as a member although not necessarily the nominal leader of a delegation ready to participate in full scale, tour way peace negotiations which have been suspended since Nov 5 The North Vietnamese demand and accusation were made public at a news conference by delegation spokesman Nguyen Thanh I.e. who claimed that since President Johnson's Nov. 1 bomb halt at least six American planes have been shot down over Red territory. American authorities in Saigon have acknowledged the loss of three craft, including an Air force r'4C fighter-bomber and an unarmed Navy Vigilante, downed Monday. "Once again we state clearly these reconnaissance flights bv whatever type ol plane, armed or unarmed." Thanh Le said, brutally violate the security and sovereignty of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and are in complete -A.. ii I;, , . ."if" ' yi DWI Counts Revocation si' it unlum, m ii iMm lv&WWi4iMl - lf'tiirnrtT- Vl nKVIr 7 i Kdward Issac London. 42. ol (522 Ninth St.. was fined $1111) and had his driver's license revoked tor three months in West Palm Beach Municipal Court Tuesday lor driving under the influence ol intoxicating liquors 1 DWI . He was also fined $17.50 for speeding by .fudge Beatrice Kitterer. Albert Mvron Howell III. 50. of 2400 Palm Road, was found guilty of two counts of DWI and was fined $150 and had his driver's license revoked for one year. He was fined an additional $10 for failure to stop for a red trail ic licht Thomas Crawford Hall. 22. of 11 M0 Dahlia Drive, in other court action, was found guilty ot contributing to the delinquency ol a minor by allowing minors to have beer in their possession. Half of his $200 line was suspended providing he is not convicted ot a similar charge within two years. Soviet Tie llovivi-d TRIVAN'Dlil'M. India i.M'i - Kerala, once known a the most literate, most Christian and most Communist Indian state, is run hv Communists who have a theoretical but weakening link with Red China. Now it is again being wooed by Soviet -style communism, ror one thing. Mrs L. V Shaposhmkova. a Nehru award recipient from Moscow, told the local Indian-Soviet cultural society Moscow Univeisity is starting to teach Malavala m. the main language ot Kerala fd'l O Chevy dealer's Sports Shop. Even if the competition came close to Nova SS, we wouldn't worry. Close only counts in horseshoes. 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