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Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1968 13s Boynton To Study Council Telecasting College Head Denounces Socialistic "Tivo Per Cent class and went to bed. There is no news in that." he remarked. The students in the dissident groups talked freely of assassination and what would happen "when they took over." Dr. Moody claimed. Proposed Lookout Tower Too High A ft, Slatl Photo By Paul Price visited the exhibit and sale of items made by citizens in the Arts and Crafts classes sponsored by the city's Recreation Department. The oil painting in the background also is by Mrs. Osborne, who "didn't take up painting until I was SO." BIG HIT - Dolls made by 86-year-old Mrs. Alice Osborne were a big sales success Tuesday at the Boynton Beach Arts and Crafts Exhibit at the Civic Center. She brought 24 dolls to the opening of the exhibit at 10 a.m. and sales were brisk as nearly a thousand persons LANTANA - Dr. Jess Moody, president of Palm Beach Atlantic College, called for the rallying of "the 98 per cent of America's students'' to "disintegrate the proponents of socialism" on college campuses across the country. In speaking at a Chamber of Commerce meeting here Tuesday. Dr. Moody said the way to cope with the agitation on college campuses for socialistic reform was to "administer a good kick to the two per cent" of the students involved. Dr. Moody, a Baptist minister from Texas and pastor of the First Baptist Church. West Palm Beach, told Chamber members he toured many college campuses throughout the United States before the formulation of policies and practices followed at Palm Beach Atlantic. In his visits, he said, he made a point to seek out dissident groups and claimed the liberal attitudes and permissiveness in allowing students to control colleges could not be blamed on publicity given such things by the news media. "The news media reports what happens, and it cannot be expected to report that while two per cent of the students are rebelling, 98 per cent ate breakfast, attended Stewardess Wins, Weds SANTA MONICA. Calif ( APi United Airlines stewardess Sandy Anderson, who successfully fought the airline's policy of firing married stewardesses, has become Mrs. Robert N. Baird. The couple was married Monday night. 18 months after they met on a transcontinental flight and several weeks after United Airlines agreed to end its ban on married stewardesses. The ceremoney was performed in the Santa Monica First Methodist Church, several miles from Redondo Beach where the couple will make their home. Boynton Chamber Supports City Charter Amendment Beach Junior High School. R. M. Lansing, was given consideration at Monday night's workshop meeting. Lansing's letter said that all 206 civics students would not be able to attend the "swearing in" of the new councilmen Jan. 6. He added that he thought the telecast was a necessary means of instruction for students. The council took under consideration a request from the developer of Leisureville for continuation of the same $300.-200 completion bond for new construction. A letter from Felix Grana-dos. president of Caldos Development Co., builders of the single family residence condominium complex here, said he would like to open new sections of construction at Leisureville without having to "tie up" additional money for bonding. City Attorney Gene Moore, who said he was sure "something" could be worked out. explaining to councilmen . that the present bond guaranteeing completion of streets and sewers was "tied very tightly" to the first phase of 225 Leisureville homes. South Bay Social Club Eyes Permit SOUTH BAY - An application lor a license by a nonprofit social group known as the "Esquire Club" was presented citv commissioners here Monday. City clerk Faye M. Tillman said three members, whom she did not know bv name, re-quested they be issued the foe-exempt permit, as their work would be to assist fn ugrading the community. City Commissioners approved the request unanimously, it was learned, on the stipulation that a charter issued by the secretary of state be exhibited prior to the At the meeting, a spokesman said a Belle Glade attorney had been approached to draw the charter and make the necessary application in Tallahassee. ' Tuesday, a check with the secretary of state's office in Tallahassee reported no application had been forthcoming from the Esquire Club group either here or in Belle Glade. The Cominision was told the group planned to have its headquarters in the Vernita Cox Building on NV 11th Ave. One of the projects of the rlub. the spokesman states, is to continue the sponsorship of a scholarship at Palm Beach Junior College. The Commission was told that one new fire hydrant had been installed on NW Second Ave., as ordered at a recent meeting, the clerk stated. BOYNTON BEACH - Support for a referendum question that goes before city voters on Dec. 3 was granted unanimously Tuesday by the Board of Directors of the Greater Boynton Beach Chamberof Commerce. The referendum seeks amendment of the city charter to permit the city to increase the interest payment ceiling from 5 1 1 per cent to 6 per cent on general obligation or revenue bonds. "The Chamber of Commerce recognizes the impending rapid growth of our city." said Cecil Farrar, executive vice president of the Chamber, "as well as the urgent pressing and future needs for expansion of this city's service facilities." Farrar went on to note that present obligation bonds are sold on the open market at St. Lucie Considers 2nd Traffic Solution 55 "Chiang Kai-chek made the mistake in 1945 of believing the young Communists were an insignificant force," Dr Moody said. "France faces jr" crisis directly resulting fronv -student riots which disrupted the country earlv this vear." vatory of 58 feet in height to be constructed. Under the B-4 zoning classification of the park, a structure may not be built higher than 50 feet. Robert E. Roll of Roll. Johnson and Associates, speaking for this firm as well as associate job architect Edward Stone, further pointed out that the location of the proposed tower is in violation of a setback ordinance The tower is to be built about 20 feet inside the north .dge of the present park line. V city code prevents st'uc-tures from being buil' closer than 30 feet of a property line in B-4. Roll suggested that council perhaps would want to create a new park zone which would; uphold present tower plans. One councilman. Sid Brod-head. reacting to the letter prior to the council meeting, said the present north boundary line of the park perhaps does not constitute a legitimate line because it is a temporary one. The city, through litigation, has condemnation proceedings under way against the owner of the property immediately north of the present 850-feet city holding. The north boundary line then would be shitted perhaps as much as 1.000 feet northward. He suggested that perhaps the height limitation issue could be solved by eliminating municipal structures from having to comply with city codes Bank Plans Doll Contest For Charity NORTH PALM BEACH -Dolls from an "imaginative doll-dressing'' contest to be held by the First American Bank of North Palm Beach will go to a charity to be named later before Christmas. William Kendrick. executive vice president ot the bank., who announced plans lor the contest, said dolls will be placed under a Christmas tree in the bank lobby Dec. (J Dolls of all shapes, sizes and descriptions may be entered between Dec. 9 and 6:30 p.m. Dec. 20. Judges will select winning dolls Dec. 2.1 There will be three age groups, with the first place winner receiving a $50 savings bond and the second place winner a $25 savings bond. Age divisions are: t and under. 7 through 9. and 10 and older. Kendrick said dolls will be judged for originality and may be from home or purchased and clothing may be either made at home or purchased. tin: DOG IIIH M RESTAURANT ALWAYS OPEK ... 24 HOURS DAItV 6500 S. DIXIE, W.P.B. Makes Good Friends" DIiNMlK TRIMMINGS THURS. NOV. 28th "nne-M" "between "Angte Road and the city limits. It is now open from U.S. 1 to 29th Street. Rev. Morgan said, and the right-of-way to continue it to Angle Road is already public ownership. BOCA RATON - The architects responsible for the layout of Spanish River Park in a letter to City Council pointed out Tuesday night that the park lookout tower as approved is in conflict with a city zoning standard. Plans call for a tower-obser- Glades Annexes Section BELLE GLADE - A one-block area west of State Road 715 - NW 16th Street - was annexed into the city Monday. The area includes a street that runs west of January's grocery and northwest of the Hillsboro Canal. Until the action of the city commission, the street was half in the city and the other half in the county. Within recent weeks, a pet i-tion filed by 51 per cent of the property owners in the Indian Mound section, which lies west of State Road 715. indicated a desire to enter the corporate limits, according to Mayor-Commissioner Aubrey Farmer. If the additonal area is voted into the city, it will make it possible to furnish both water and sewer facilities to the homes there. There was no opposition to the annexation of the street. More than a year ago, the commission voted to take in Highway 80 from the intersection of State Road S-827 to the intersection of State Road 715 and that section of highway north toNWAve. L. Escapee Captured ATLANTA, (ia APi A fugitive from the Florida state penitentiary at. Raitord. 34-year-old Leroy Poss. was captured Tuesday just outside Atlanta in Dekalb County, the FBI reported Special agent Frank V. Hilt said DeKalb County detectives assisted in the arrest. Ilitt said Poss ottered no resistance when he and a companion were surrounded by law enforcement oflicers The FBI said two loaded ,38-cali-ber pistols were lound in the 1M3 Cadillac the men were using. Poss escaped Irom Railord last Sept 6. lie was serving a lite sentence tor robben and breaking and entering. The FBI said it had several earlier reports that Poss had been seen in the Atlanta area. V WWL -.""mr If I 1 71 "Where Good Food TUKKKY WITH ALL THE ALSO BOYNTON BEACH - A request for permission to "tape for telecast over the instructional television station" the entire proceedings of the Jan. 6 city council meeting from the principal of the Bovnton Lions Urged To Become 'Involved' LAKE WOliTH - Andy Andrews, long time resident and civic leader, told members of the Lions Cluh at a luncheon meeting Tuesday to become involved in the activities of the community and nation if the I'nited States is to remain a leading nation. Andrews, expressing scorn and disgust at the permissive attitude of authorities allowing students to over-run campuses, commented: "It is fine to feed the fires of discord, but it does not give a mandate to destroy " He urged instruction at places of learning which would allow students to study socialism and communism. "Not to advocate either course, but to allow these youngsters, who are smarter and more sophisticated in world affairs than we were at their age. to compare wavs of life." Andrews also urged members of the Lions to make their objections known through all branches of government. "We have a government of laws, not of men Bad laws can be changed at the ballot boxes, not bv rioting in the streets It is up to you all to become involved." Injured In Stuart Accidents STUART - A Jensen Beach woman was treated and released at Martin Memorial Hospital after being in an automobile accident, the Martin Countv Sheriff's Dept. reported. The woman Olive Reinheim-er, 74. Ocean Breeze Park, was riding in a car which collided with a panel truck Monday night on U.S. 1 and State Road707-A, police said. Albert N. Reinheimer, 84. P. 0. Box 433. Jensen Beach, turned into the path of the truck driven by Alton Richard Ghorthorwanger. 42. of Vero Beach, police reported. Reinheimer was driving south on U.S. 1 and attempted a left turn, striking the truck which was going north on U.S. 1. Sheriff's Deputy C. R. Ileisley said. Estimated damage to the car was $1,500. The truck is considered a total loss. Heis-ley said. Reinheimer was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. Troops Kill Tribesmen LAO OS. Nigeria i.P -Rurt police .mil troops tired into 4.(100 Voniba tribesmen in Ibadan Tuesday, killing 10 people and seriousK wounding 12 others, reports reaching Lagos s.i ui. Lagos sources said thousands ol demonstrators converged on the capital of Nigeria s Western state to protest recent lax measures, and threatened to burn down the public hall. Police and troops were called out and warning shots were reportedlv tired into the an But the crowd reluscd to move and reports said the police tired into it . I nolficial reports said it was the second da ol rioting in ihecitv. PRINCESS Sueded BUFFALO CALF with Fashion Colors. "Tri-Partite" French Purse KEY GARD . . . Case for Keys Matching pieces from $3.50 702 LAKE AVE. L.W. Open Hvrningt 'til V . 2 . interest rates in excess of the 5' i per cent ceiling now imposed by the city. He noted that the Florida legislature already has approved a ceiling rate of six per cent for municipalities, subject to a referendum within each municipality. "This is not an ad valorem tax increase." Farrar commented. "We recommend a favorable 'ves' vote to this Dec. 3 referendum." The directors of the Chamber called a special meeting early Tuesday morning to pass the resolution favoring a "yes" vote in the referndum. Voters here also will select three city councilmen when they go to the polls Dec. 3. Candidates for the seats are Harold' Blahchette. Vernon Combs. James Mahoney. Michael V. Michael, Leonard Ny-lund and Thomas A. Summers. Michael. Nylund and Summers are incumbent members of the council. MEN'S m that construction speed, as said that sales the Thanksgiving make the first developer is second section Leisureville opening of Avenue E from the Fort Pierce city limits to Metzgar Road, recommended by the Mayor's Committee as a means of relieving the traffic congestion on Avenue D, was shelved Tuesday by the St. Lucie County Commission after Avenue M was offered asanalternalternate. The city and county tentatively agreed to share the approximate $4,800 cost of opening Avenue E across a drainage ditch, but opposition to the project was voiced Tuesday. Speaking against the opening, and representing a number of property owners in the area, was Carroll C.Dodge. 3514 Metzgar Road. John D. Ellis, 518 Means Court, a member of the Mayor's Committee when the recommendation was made, said it was brought about by a desire to relieve the congestion on Avenue D and that Avenue E was picked because it was the simplest and easiest way to do the job. Rev. Frank Morgan, also of the Mayor's Committee, said his group was now recommending that the county study the opening of Avenue M and abandon the Avenue E proposal. The commission ordered a study of the cost of bridging two canals and opening Ave- Luci Sends Pat To War HONOLULU i APi - Luci Johnson Nugent tiptoed up to her husband, placed a red carnation lei around his neck and embraced for the last time Tuesday before sending him oft to war again. The President's younger daughter fought back tears as her husband. Airman 1 C Patrick J. Nugent. 2.r). got in line to board his jet back to Vietnam. In a ritual repeated twice every day at Honolulu International Airport. Luci and about UK) other servicemen's wives walked up a ramp to watch the plane that carried their husbands to Saigon. They stood there about 20 minutes silently crying, occasionally talking to each other to bolster their spirits. The plane's engines groaned into a high-pitched scream, and the women waved vacant goodbyes as the jet carrying 152 servicemen pulled away from the ramp Maddox Considers Kunning His Wife ATLANTA iUPIi - It's not just idle gossip. Gov. Lester Maddox indicated Tuesday. He is giving "serious consideration" to the idea of running his wife. Virginia, for governor in 1970. Unless he can find another candidate to his liking. Maddox told newsmen. "I would consider running Virginia." and if she won. "I'd help her govern." is moving at full evidenced by the photo. He could be expected over holiday weekend to section a "sell out." The seeking city approval of a of 220 homes. Homes in went on sale Oct. 15. LEISUREVILLE CONSTRUCTION -One hundred eighty-two homes have been sold in the first section of 212 single-family condominium residences in Boynton Beach's Palm Beach Leisureville, being developed by the Caldos Development Co. Jerry SchulU, a sales representative on the site, said Tuesday Stockholders OK Merger FORT PIERCE - The management of Scott-Matson Farms. Inc. announced Tuesday that stockholders have voted approval of a merger as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gulf & Western Industries. Inc. Majority interest in Scott Mattson Farms said to be the largest producer, packer and shipper of fresh vegetables in the central East Coast of Florida was acquired a year ago by the giant New York holding firm, formerly Gulf & Western Industries. According to the statement issued by the Fort Fierce-based Scott Mattson firm. Scott-Mattson will "continue its operations under the same management and under the same name, the only change being that Gulf & Western Industries. Inc. will own 100 per cent of the company instead of 97 per cent as before the merger." GARDNER J. btecfc $7.50 3.50 PALM (OAST PLAZA W.P.B. 'Drift in and Sea' CCESSORIBS edging. a? 1 "N COMPUTE TUXEDO RENTAL SERVICE v' COMPLETE MEALS 704 Lake Ave. Lake Worth SHOP PURITAN Banlons & Sweaters LONDON FOG Jackets 4 Coats LEVI'S Casual Slacks DEANSGATE & CURLEE Sport Coats MIDDISHADE Blazers Hank Robbers Face Surprise CHARLOTTE. N.C. iAP -Two gunmen wearing plastic Halloween masks robbed a Charlotte branch bank ol $17.00(1 Tuesday, but may have received the surprise ol their lives before they could even count the loot FBI agents and bank officials said the bandits took money bags that contained at least three tear gas canisters, set to go off automatically four minutes after the bags were removed from a bank drawer. The canisters also contained dye that would turn the money pink. Officers said, however, that the bandits also probably took bags that did not contain the canisters. ARROW Shirts & Underweor JANTZEN & PLAYBOY Swim & Sportswear WEMBLY & ERNST Ties JAYMAR RUBY Sansabelt Slacks HIGGINS I FRETZ Dress & Sport Slacks WEINER PLATTER 85 WBAKED BEANS OR SAUER KRAUT QUICK-STARTER BREAKFAST 75 Juice, toast, one egg, two strips bacon HOME BAKED APPLE DUMPLINGS 35 WSAUCE AND WHIPPED CREAM FREE GIFT WRAPPING OPEN EVERY NITE 'TIL 9 P.M.

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