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Fort Pierce News Tribune (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Fort Pierce, Florida A John h. Perry newspaper in the Indian River area John h. Perry lit. Hal met Marion Ayers publisher Robert n. Enn8, editor Charlesb a Tiv Dell Etc e1bvl b. Mills my biker Asa d. Williams Aive Chitat Vanlier Robert sit Lurje circulation the news Tribune Telephone l1 department circulation office open until 7 . Weekdays 10 . Sundays to Burtts it Smith ome rest Pyrce Al Tutu 1. I ends the news Tribune s policy i in Truilly la Newi Colaia. Newi Coati. Liloni of pm like Only to Cpl Ofca Pire 01 ii Elwir Here deadly la let a Pire 01 new Irene Eady ladle Pic Allol i Porum l Page four sunday Jan 8, 1967 prayer for today from tha upper room everything created by. God u Good and nothing it to be rejected if it it received with thanksgiving for then it it the of god and prayer. I Thimothy 4i4-5, Rev payer our father help us to study thy word and see that we have a part in thy creative world. Whatever our abilities and gifts teach us to look at All times for help and inspiration. In Jesus name. Amen. A do we have a legislature the constitutionality of Florida s legislature already under. Attack. And with some basis of doubt faces Vytill another assault in the . Supreme court where it was taken recently by a Miami attorney. The latest attack particularly re lates to. The special constitutional ses Siori of the legislature called for monday by newly inaugurated gov. Claude Kirk. The attack is based on that the legislature is Mal apportioned and consequently that anything it might do would be unconstitutional. The 1967 regular session was already under attack on the same basis. 1 attorney general Earl fair cloth says governor Kirk May have put. Florida into a. Legal Bis by calling the special ses mod. The new petition he added opens unchartered should the High co Urt find the state s apportionment formula faulty of which there can be Little doubt As a matter of current fact and the legislature Ille gaily formed then any action by the legislature to i draft a new Constitution might be Worth less and to no Avail. V the supreme court reconvenes monday. Whether it will expedite a hearing or ruling on the Florida Case remains to be seen but in View of the court s traditional slow moving action that is unlikely. Meanwhile the status of the legislature and anything it might do remains Uncertain and speculative. Affluence and crime i heretofore there has been a Gen tendency to accept poverty As the chief breeder and cause of crime. Presumably people stole because they were hungry or in physical need of what they were stealing. York criminologist Tanes a different View of present Oay crime. Michael Fooner hair of ft6, metropolitan crime pre Venaih project of the american society of criminology advances the View that America s increasingly Fuenty Steley has produced the careless american and created easy pickings for an overlooked Normal Type of Crook. Fooner said that while it has always been assumed that poverty is a primary cause of crime the facts Are that crime is growing at an unprecedented rate in the United states where Prosperity has reached unprecedented Heights and there is a growing evidence to suggest he added that there is a pattern of that seems to correspond to affluence rather than victims and potential theft vie turns have been lulled into careless Ness when it comes to protecting their growing Bounty. They carry considerable amounts of Cash in their wallets or handbags they leave their House doors open As an invitation to burglars and prowlers they even conveniently leave the keys in their cars a Challenge to any Crook who wants to take the trouble to drive away. Of course the knowledge that insurance will cover the loss could be a Factor in encouraging such an attitude of carelessness. At any rate concludes or. Fooner most of the ing advantage of this careless and nonchalance appear to he largely an overlooked Breed of seemingly Normal persons who themselves Are motivated to crime by their own past experience in substantially sharing the rewards of our National economic and burglary and theft of various and assorted types constitute some 90 per cent of All crime on the nation Al Index or. Fooner reminds us. Time for a restudy of bases Sirice world War n the United states has spent billions of dollars equipping military bases around 1he world most of them on foreign territory. I about All these bases have brought us is resentment from the nations involved and a heavy Drain t on our Gold reserves due to the Money spent Iri foreign countries to build an maintain the bases As Well As the salaries of american personnel stationed there and foreign workers on the bases. Recently ordered us to get out and has no intention paying for any part of the hundreds of millions of dollars the facilities Are Worth. And now Turkey is consid ering measures to prevent . Use of bases that country should we to intervene in any mid East crisis. Of course we Are not anxious to intervene in any new crisis in the mid East or anywhere else. But what Good Are All these foreign bases if we Are not permitted to use them should the need arise do these bases exist primarily for the economic Benefit of the nations on whose soil they Are built is it our obligation to support most of the world by maintaining bases that will be denied to us in the event they Are Ever needed perhaps the time has come to write off the Money thrown away so far and voluntarily vacate most of our foreign military installations. Warships with unlimited Range modern Long Range planes Capa ble of being refuelled in flight plus a few bases on land that we own such As Guam and coun tries we can depend on we Hope such As Australia and Britain should do Job. Certainly there is no Point in establishing costly facilities on land belonging to fair weather friends who Are Happy to have the economic boost while they need it but will bar use of the facility when we need grits Ify Fiti in human nature wanes Etui time i la Avo my country Wunej and see How heavy tray Fie makes the Curayag t pit r of but with each minus Cornel a plus too i find Flut i thus Bank Pic from Fla net it Ora my a tuft in say the better half by Bob Barnes a sote Paul Harvey and the a sneak Eek at 1987 part h v housework willbe As Auto mated As office -1987. Laser Light beams will bring Inlo every modern Home a comprehensive composite communications system press one Button and see on a to screen merchandise la a boutique or a local Gro Cery. Press another Button and a computer places your order simultaneously making the Neces sary deduction from your Bank account. As readily As you collected phonograph records in 1967, in 1987 you will enjoy a Home Library great films for Tele viewing. Farmers wih be Able to Antici Pate and circumvent trouble. An air plane Fly Iii two Miles High Over a Field of wheat wiil with a sensing device defect and record the beginnings of crop disease two weeks before it. Could be deleted by a human expert on the ground. And the Farmer s tractor will be air conditioned. By 1987 we May even have a car clock that la keep time a faucet that won t drip and a swimming Cap that la keep your hair dry. In the United states in 19s7 the average worker will work a Day a four Day week. To nonetheless pro Duce twice As much As. Now. Reveille the average income will be a year. I but do liars wiil have shrunk to where it will Jake one to buy your daily newspaper. Some newspapers will appear w i t h simultaneous editions around the world. Through a device the. Size of a wrist watch you will Beable o communicate with anyone similarly on Earth. Tho heat from your body will Bis the sole source of its Power. Through three dime Nscott to business conferences will be held in one room though the several participants be tens of thousands of Miles apart. Giant air buses will carry most commuters in taking off and Landing straight up and Down slum Over the sur face of the Ocean at 150 Niph by 1987. A by 1887 we will have caught up., with today s comic strips flying submarines will be militarily 1 you la Jet coast to coast in one Hoitz in a plane As Long As a football Field. Appalachia in for the variety of by or Oil cts of Coal will have been multiplied to include food. Pyramiding technology by 1987, will have revived respect for uncommon men and women. To s u c h a degree that parenthood Uriu Meea something entirely different. There will ulan la improving species in humans we now in lesser animals. Eligible women for a fee select from t Central sperm Bank the Frozen sperm of. A Genius thus to become impregnated with the male cell of a renowned literary giant a Superb athlete or a musical Genius. Ralph Mcgill trampling out the Vintage Miciu wife Tribune Hal Boyle says fun i in by Harry f. Rosenthal substituting for Hal Boyle to. A a Wanna buy a mum bled the Man on the next bar Stool i beg your a Wanna buy a be Giad to buy you a i said. Not drink. He said. That was Joe Tenner s line. A Wanna buy a i ordered anyway for both Rould say to the presi Dent we will not seek to make partisan votes out of appeals to racial the in american fact is that in too Many states candidates try to of Nigger each other. This u As much if not More a betrayal of our common coun try As is the act of a Man or woman who Sells information to the communists or. Any other foreign enemy. All staler courts and holders of Public office Are bound by the Constitution and Ite interpretations of legislation and by As Laws enacted by the Congress. Section 1 of the 14th Amend ment declares All persons born or naturalized in the United slates and subject to the jurisdiction there of Are citizens of the United states and of the states wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any Law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United states nor shall any state de Prive any Pew of sit Liberty or property without due process of Law nor deny o any person within its jurisdiction the equal Protection of the americans being also bound cannot run away from that or other portions of he Constitution or from the Laws enacted by Tho Congress. To do so will be unnecessarily to sow bitter Ness and resentment and later reap the Harvest of both. That much of the Church and the eco nomic and political leadership of our states is committed to continue trampling out this Vin is a great and tragic pre sent danger. Regents ask million and warn about Quality Tallahassee a University regents couched a million .1967-69 budget in stale ments aimed at lawmakers that Sie Quality of Florida s higher education already has slipped. A massive sales pitch to stale administrators and lawmakers to get the full amount labelled a Bare was launched at the regents regular monthly meeting Friday. The budget Calls Ifor million for instruction operation and million for construction. We re now getting profess irs and Deans who. I Don t think measure up to those we arc losing to other said Regent Henry Kramer of Jack Sonville. If we Don t get this Money we Are going to have a lot of students with a lot of poor teach ers. It would be the biggest fal Lacy in the University sep. Peril Ashler of Pensacola House higher education com. Mice and former sen. A c. Pearce of East pal Alka gov. Claude Kirk s new tax advisor amended the Meel ing but did not comment on the meanwhile regents chairman Chester Ferguson said uie Board would discuss the future of Flor Ida a and of Law school and Hospital with the Cabinet Board of education Toon. He said the regents had not yet decided whether to rcom mend closed. The Bond did however that the once All negro University take Steps la strengthen uie Quality of its graduate program s and at the same time begin raising the standards for admission to con form with standards at other schools. The Board also was told by University of Florida president j. Wayne Fleitz that universities Ivere losing an untold amount of Money probably in the millions because state Money was not available to qualify for Federal. Matching Grants. Regents mentioned seeking funds from the stale s Mil lion account but sen. Pearce declared obey would have to convince the Cabinet budget commission that an emergency truly existed. In other business officials re ported the. University system soon will have title to St. Peters Burg s maritime station from Federal government it is plan Ned for use by the Institute of oceanography. Officials also said construction is progressing smoothly at is state s two newest Universia is West Florida at pens Accra and Florida. Tech at Orlando Rege its registration fees of Tern for undergraduates under the Qatar Ter system which replaces the trimester in the fall. Officials said the average student who now Jim a will Wii id up a Tyfair per year

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