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1 NESS-FILE BISDERT BOX 320S4 'Waited and Prayed' for News Of Son on Carrier Forrestal j m Mrs. George Houghton holds picture of her son, Airman Carl 1'horne. By Sandy Wesley Mrs. George Houghton is catching up on sleep lost during a weekend long vigil which began with a television report of the fire on the U.S.S. Forrestal and ended with the news that her son, Airman Carl Thorne, a crewman aboard the carrier, was safe. The long wait which began Saturday morning ended Monday evening when Carl himself told his parents via overseas phone call that he was "singed but "very thankful to be alive." Carl, 19, attended J.C. Mitchell School and Boca Raton High School before he enlisted in the Navy. He was in charge of the gunnery aboard the Forrestal. He told his parents that he had just gone off duty and had gone 'down to his bunk to get some sleep. Thefire alarm went off just as he was getting ready to lie down. He got up, went up to the top deck and found that the fuel had exploded. "He said from then on he was fighting fire," Mrs. Houghton related. First word the Houghtons received that there was trouble aboard the Forrestal was on a television news report at 1:30 a.m. Saturday. From then on the only word they received was what they could gather from television. "I was sick right down to the bottom of my toes," Mrs. Houghton said. '''We just prayed all the while...you pray not only for your own son s safety but for all the other boys on that carrier," Her reaction to the news that her son was safe? "I couldn't begin to describe it to you. I don't know," she answered. "I feel sorry for the parents who received the bad news." Ironically, the Houghtons received a monthly newsletter from the captain of the Forrestal the day after they received word of their son's safety. In his letter, John Beling, commanding officer, wrote "On Tuesday, July 25, about the date this letter reaches you, (Continued on Page 12A) BOCA RATON NEWS Vol. 12, No. 110 Augusts, 1967 Thursday 10C Five-Year Plan Wins OK, Funds on Hand Boca Raton's five-year capital improvement program got the nod Tuesday from a confident City Council which already had provided funds for all but one of next year's projects. The only item missing from the general fund budget which Council is now studying won't be paid for from the city treasury, anyway. Slated for a referendum and bond issue is the plan to spend $1.5 million for acquisition of additional beach property. Everything else which the CIP plan proposes for the next fiscal year is in the budget drafted by City Manager Alan Alford and Finance Director Thomas Mullen. Adoption of the CIP plan by Tuesday's Council resolution has no effect on the funding of the projects, and the plan does not commit the city to any of the items recommended for future years. The City Charter specifies that the plan shall cover a fiveyear period and shall be updated annually by the city manager. Changes in the priority schedule or recommended financing can be made in future revisions. All told, the budgeted items slated for payment from the general fund during the upcoming year amount to less than $200,000, although the plan shows a $4.5 million total for the fiscal year. Bulk of the total is $2.4 million for construction of the ocean outfall and other improvements to the city's sewer Arvida Signs Mortgage Loan for $25.5 Million Expansion of the Boca Raton Hotel and Club will come from finances procured through the largest mortgage loan ever made in the Southeast United States, it was announced this week. Arvida Corporation secured the $25,500, year loan from Aetna Life & Casualty, a joint statement from Brown L. Watley, president and chief executive officer and E.H. Warner, vice president of Aetna said. Arvida will use the loan proceeds to refinance and consolidate existing indebtedness and to complete a $14 million expansion program for the Hotel Present at mortgage signing were, seated from left, Frank M. Steffans, senior vice president and Brown L. Whatley, president of Arvida; Albert L. and Club. Various Arvidaproperties in Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Sarasota Counties provide security for the loan. Albert L. Hall, legal officer, mortgage loan department of Aetna, and Whatley completed the transaction on behalf of their respective companies in the New York offices of Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation. Other Arvida officials present at the closing were Frank M. Steffens, senior vice president, administration and finance and Ray M. Shaw, controller. Arvida is one of Florida's largest and most diversified real estate development companies, which has many holdings in the Boca Raton area. system. Funds for the project are no longer any problem, since the revenue certificate issue which will produce the money has passed its last hurdle in the State Supreme Court. Second major item in this year's plan is the proposed City Buys Fire Station Site City Councilmen jumped the gun on their own five-year capital improvement plan. At Tuesday's regular meeting, the Council heard that a lot once reserved as a free site for a fire station was no longer available.,.so they agreed to buy it for $4,000. Preliminary plans for the fire sub-station, City Manager Alan Alford said yesterday, will be available for review by City Council next week. The station will be located on 12th avenue just south of Palmetto Park road, in Boca Raton Square subdivision. A total of $40,000 previously earmarked for sub-station construction was among the items in the five-year plan. The city recently signed a contract for purchase of a new fire truck for the station, and plans to house a brush truck also at the new facility. July 31-August 2, 1967 Hi Lo Rain Mon Tues Wed. noon Hall and Seneca Anderson of Aetna; standing are Charles A. Duris of Lawyers Title Insurance Co.; Alston Fisher, and Ray M. Shaw of Arvida. beach bond issue, totaling $1.5 million. As planned, the issue would be used to acquire additional land near the north beach, in the amount of $1 million. The remaining half-million dollars would be spent for land adjacent to the south beach. Adoption of the CIPplan came in the wake of scant public comment and an hour-long presentation by Robert Rodgers, deputy chairman of the Planning and Zoning Board, which he said represented the official opinion of the board. His pageby-page commentary on the plan listed objections on many points, most of them centering around the payment of land acquisition costs from the general fund rather than through a bond issue. Councilman Sidney Brodhead pointed out that most of the items involved had previously been rejected in a referendum, but still were urgently needed by the city. Jr. College Fees Increase The first basic fee increase in the 34-year history of Palm Beach Junior College will become effective this fall, according to Dr. Harold C. Manor, president. Instead of paying $65 per term, the full-time student will pay $90, Both figures include a student activity fee which was set at $15 in 1965 and remains the same. Students from Florida counties which do not support a junior college must add $37.50 to their fees, instead of $25, and out of state students must add $150 per term, instead of $100. Part-time fees have been raised by 50 per cent. A student taking a three-hour course at night, for instance, will now pay $22.50 instead of $15. Most special fees for classes with unusual expenses remain unchanged. "Fees were consolidated in the fall of 1962," Dr. Manor said, "but this is the first time in the history of the college we have been forced to increase our basic fees." In announcing the fee changes, Dr. Manor said any increase in fees is "regrettable," but added that a cutback in the quality of education offered by the college "would harm our students even more than a fee increase." In spite of the increase, Palm Beach Junior College still retains one of the lowest fee schedules of any college in the state. Florida Atlantic University's new catalog is studied by Humanities College student Ann Sheridan. The catalog is the first detailing the new quarter system which goes into effect Sept. 5 at the university. Since its opening, FAU has used the trimester system. Wo State Law on Bridge Fishing Now'--Poulton City Attorney Timothy Poulton told City Council Tuesday night he didn't think there was a state law prohibiting fishing from the Palmetto Park road bridge. The statement came following protests and petitions from residents to a recently erected "no fishing" sign on the bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway. Poulton added, however, that the State Road Board will probably seek legislation prohibiting such fishing. L.N. Landry, assistant district engineer, said recently he would propose the board adopt a policy for all state-maintained draw bridge spans. Action on the matter followed a petition with more than 200 names presented to Council last week. Since that time fishermen have been writing letters to officials of both city and state asking for removal of the sign. Poulton also recommended that the city not prosecute anglers who ignore the fishing ban. City police have indicated, unofficially, they intend to turn their head to infractions to the rule. City Councilman Harold Maull moved that the city formally object to the "no fishing" edict by sending a letter to the Road Board, Poulton said the ban was put into effect because of the danger of fishermen causing accidents on the bridge. But Assistant Police Chief Charles Mc- Cutcheon said there was no record in the police files of this ever happening on the Palmetto Park span. Meanwhile, fishermen have paid little or no attention to the no fishing* sign and continue their quest for snook amost every evening. Amusement Ann Landers Church News Classifieds Editorials Public Notices Real Estate Sports Women's News Page 6A 3B 7B 10-11A 4A 5A 5B 8-9A 1-2-3B

2 ^Thursday, August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS Investors' Guide Discussion on Debentures Florida Atlantic University student Hank Brady posts a pro-vietnam-war poster on the campus. He and another student have sparked a "Vietnam Summer" campaign on the FAU campus and are distributing literature to students. Three Men From Boca Raton Get Marjmount Scholarships Three young men from Marymount College for Boca Raton are among the term, seven who were award- The seven are the ed scholarships to first men to be ad- Space Talk By Col John A. "Shorty" Powers (Ret.) Dear Col. Powers: We are studying about the various foods needed daily by normal adults and children getting an average amount of exercise,, Since the astronauts are unable to get this much exercise during flight are they allowed to eat only small amounts of food? -Rex Rackley, San Antonio, Texas, age 9. Dear Rex: Astronauts Borman and Lovell, who flew for 14 days in Gemini 7, confirm that space flight is full of exercise, both mental and physical. It's kind of like going to school. Studying your lessons takes mental energy. Then at recess you get a chance to exercise your muscles just as astronauts take exercise breaks during flights. Space meals are planned very carefully to give the Astronauts about 2400 calories each day, along with all the other nutritional elements man needs to keep physically and mentally alert. Dear Col. Powers: I'd like your opinion on a question that keeps bothering me ever since I made the tour of Cape Kennedy. I understand the two tractors of transporters built at a cost of some $14 million were to be used to move some space vehicle over a re-enforced road. Were they ever used? Considering that amount of money spent, couldn't the vehicle and the building that houses it be built on the site where it would be launched? I'm used to government spending waste, but I'd like a truthful answer. Many thanks and continued success with your interesting column. -Edward C. Spohr, Boca Raton, Fla. Dear Mr. Spohr: Designed and built for the assembly and prelaunch test of Apollo Saturn V rocket vehicles, Cape Kennedy's Vehicle Assembly Building is in use now. The crawler transporter and its three-mile-long, multimillion dollar highway have only been used once, aside from development test. Evidently, Cape Kennedy spacemen did not do a very good job of explaining that the 365-foot-tall Saturn V rocket is loaded with highly combustible fuels, or that an on-the-pad explosion would be felt more than three miles away. Dear Colonel Powers: Could you please tell me how the astronauts escape from or shield themselves from the danger of cosmic ray bombardment? Also, what are the results of excessive exposure? -Rena Bouchal, South Plainsfield, N.J., age 15. Dear Rena.- Cosmic radiation, along with other mythical space hazards, has not been a problem to astronauts. Our spacemen have not absorbed any heavy doses of radiation during their near-earth orbits* Enroute to the moon, the plan is to turn the spacecraft so its heat shield is pointed toward the sun during solar flare activity. Radiation seems to have been overdramatized during early space flight research efforts and is not really considered to be a serious hazard to future flights. The senders of the two best questions each week in the judgment of Col. Powers and the editors of World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc. will receive $25 U.S. savings bonds. When submitting questions,, please p include name and age or occupation. Mail them tot Col. John Powers, c/o Boca Raton News, P.O Box 580, Boca Raton, Fla c World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc. Complete UMBRELLA Protection * Travelers * Aetna " Continental Group * Royal Globe * London & Lancashire Boston Insurance Co. JOHN D. TAIBOTT INSURANCE AGENCY, inc 489 N.E. 20th St. Boca Raton Ph or mitted to the college as degree candidates. They will be day students in the Liberal Arts curriculum. Although the college has enrolled male students as part-time or special students in the past, this is the first group of men to be registered as full time students. Boca Raton students are Dana L. Dodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Brush, 434 N.E. Fifth Ct., Dennis Lalli, son of Mrs. Sara G; Lalli, 290 W. Palmetto Park Rd., graduates of Boca Raton High School, and John H. Ditmansen, son of Mrs. Victoria Ditmansen, 44 N.E. 14th St., and a graduate of Palm Cove Beach School. Other students are George R. Beck, Miami Springs; David B. Hale, Miami Lakes; Robert Miles Heitzberg, Jr., Hillsboro Beach, and Stanton W. Kay, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. The college will remain a residential college for women, but applications from men who wish to attend as day students in either liberal arts or business curriculum leading to the associate of arts degree are being encouraged to provide a co-educational atmosphere on campus. By Sam Shulsky To return to the discussion of convertible debentures: A glance down any convertible bond list will disclose that some bonds are selling on the basis of their conversion - into - common value; others are selling as nearly straight bonds, with the conversion only a remote hope. If the stock into which the first bond is convertible declines, one must expect the bond itself to come down in price until it approaches its basic investment value where the conversion privilege is no longer a significant market factor. The second bond will continue to sell as a straight bond until such time, if ever, that the underlying common stock rises far enough to make the bond's conversion privilege of some value. Speculators are drawn to the bond selling near its conversion value because they can borrow more money on bonds and can, therefore, get a bigger play from a rise in the stock than if they bought the common shares directly. They are fully conscious, of course, of the bigger risk they are thus taking. More conservative investors would be attracted to the convertible bond selling near its investment value, figuring their downside risk is small and hoping that the conversion privilege, while of no imminent value, may some day work out. This reasoning has some merit: You buy a bond, as a bond, and get a "free ride" on conversion into common, I Charles Hutchinson HAIR FASHIONS Open Monday 40 S.E. 4th Street (4th St. Office Plaza) Ample Parking Space BOCA RATON YOUR TAPE RECORDER & ACCESSORY HEADQUARTERS FOR SONY Proof of Sony Tope Recorder Quality A Full ONE YEAR WARRANTY r : Model 104 Dual Track Portable Model 100 Cassette Cartridge Recorder AC-DC BATTERY ^T" ' Mode! 907 Battery Portable SOLID STATE MUSIC CENTRE 443 S. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton which, someday,maybe worth something. The fallacy, of course, is that the ride isn't "free." Nothing in Wall Street is free. You can be sure that there are precious few "sleepers" in convertibles, as in any other type of security watched closely by the professionals. K a convertible bond sells to yield 4.85%, you can be sure that the same company's (or a similar company's) straight, non-convertible bond is selling to yield 5 or 5-1/4% or even more 0 If it's true that you can borrow twice as much to buy convertible bonds as you can to margin the common, it's also true that your risk is twice as much as was borne out in the extreme declines in convertible bonds in 1966 when over-zealous speculators were caught and had to liquidate in panic. In some cases, declines in the bonds, percentagewise, exceeded the market drop in the underlying common shares. To sum up: a convertible debenture is a basic form of investment security. As in the case of an automobile, you can use it soberly, or you can use it recklessly. Bought at the right time, it can, and has, shown big profits. Bought at the wrong time it can, Donald Reid Named To FAU Finance Post Douglas S. Reid has been named assistant director of finance and accounting at Florida Atlantic University, effective July 17. Reid assumes the position vacated by Thomas W. Henderson who moved to the post of director of finance and accounting at the University of West Florida. Prior to coming to FAU, Reid was comptroller for Hood's Milk, Inc. in St. Petersburg. He has also served with the firm of Tornwall, Lang & Lee, CPA's, and was for seven years vice-president and manager of McQueen Bros. Oil Co., Inc. An accounting graduate of Syracuse University, he is married and has two teenage daughters. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during both W.W. II and the Korean Conflict. Reid is a native of Syracuse, N.Y. For Classified Ads Call and has, shown big losses Ḟor the professional speculator, it can prove a volatile medium. I do not think it is a sure road to riches for the average investor anymore than putting the average driver behind the wheel of a racing car will give him the first prize at Indianapolis or Sebring. If anything, its value to the small investor is in its defensive strength and not in its '' make - a - fast - million" capabilities. Certainly, as a class of security, it offers NO promise of sure fire, built-in success. Certain bonds may make sense for your protfolip; others would be sheer "poison." Talk them over with your broker and if he thinks they're not for you, he may be righto Why Does "Cocktail Hour Last Two Hours? (All Drinks are 48tf from 4:00 to 6:00 P.M. FreeHorsd'oeuvres tool) U.S. 1 in Boca Raton Fill your vacation fun with Florida! All the historical, cultural and family fun attractions Florida boasts are right in your own backyard, at off-season prices! 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3 Williams Attending Program at Dartmouth Dr. Kenneth R. Williams, Florida Atlantic University president, is attending a three-day meeting at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. The program, instituted in 1962 and named D a r tmouth Horizons, brings together alumni, educators and lay people for a series of seminar sessions which take a close look at the status of liberal arts education and the progress being made at Dartmouth. The program includes meetings with the Dartmouth president, mem- The days of a relatively unlimited and cheap farm labor supply are rapidly passing into history, according to the DARE Report, but growers are adjusting to this change through the increased use of mechanical harvesters and aids where possible. bers of the faculty and top students. All events are on the Dartmouth campus and include musical and dramatic presentations. BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, A SELLING YOUR HOME? For Best Results List With SEE YOUR REALTOR CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST SELMA'S Friday and Saturday Only-Aug. 4th and 5th BUY A ONE DOLLAR BILL FOR ONLY 90f With Each Purchase of $2.98 or Over 1958 N.E, 5th Ave. 5th Ave. Plaza Boca Raton, Fla I P.O. Station #1 J STILL available at... Planting of coconut trees is part of the continuing program of beautification at Florida Atlantic University. These are near the administration building. 0. /jenninqi Picture Framing ITCOSTS NOMORE TO HAVE IT DONE PROPERLY. ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS PHOTO FRAMES 110 E. BOCA RATON RD. DOWNTOWN BOCA Short City Court Docket Handled in Less Than Hour Another short docket was handled in city court Tuesday, the second in as many weeks. A $30 fine for assault and battery was the heaviest levied during the one hour session. It was paid by Robert Lee GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY OF BOCA RATON,INC. INSURANCE - ALL LINES $18, and Helen Black $13 on similar charges. Charles J. Fontaine Jr., and Lillian R. Leemon were charged with speeding but failed to appear in court. Warrants were issued for the arrest of both. Pelston R. Moody signed a Smith, who pleaded guilty to slapping a girl. guilty waiver for*speed- ; «-.. Olson washing, one of several l persons Mack Herfoh 1 Nolan found guilty of speeding. He paid a fine of $25. James H. Rawe was fined $16 for speeding, Sandra Gay Simonson, Weir Plaza Building James H. O'Neal P.O. Box 520 Vice President and Manager Boca Raton, Fla. Phone: & Are You Ready? OUR NEW FALL LILLY'S ARE "IN" L I L L was fined $25 or five days in jail for public intoxication. Three charges were New Dance Series Starts A new series of social dance lessons for teenagers will begin Friday. The eight week course, taught by Blake Ward, will be held at 7 p.m. in the Community Center. Strong emphasis will be on the Latin dances plus ballroom dancing. Y P U L I T Z E R OF BOCA RATON "UNDER THE BANYAN TREE" 20 S. Dixie "OPEN ALL SUMMER" dropped, but court costs were assessed in each case- Richard T. Norman had been cited for taking and using personal property without the consent of the own-. ers. The case was nolle i prossed. Joe Newsomei and Clarence Allison, h as- I each othery chose not to prosecute. Court costs! were paid. HOMES Boca Islands Idlirieti P rk Tunison?aiins Lake Floresta lohffor IMMEDIATE Boca Islands ITVENUS Development & Indus trier! Corp. ^ V 41 S.Ev tst Avenue Boca Raton; Florida BOCA RATON NATIONAL BANK INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON SIX MONTH NON-CANCELLABLE NEGOTIABLE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT OF $ OR MORE IN MULTIPLES OF $1000 Interest Payable QUARTERLY FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM ANYWHERE IN UNITED STATES BOCA RATON National BANK 24 fo, the SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY AT CAMINO REAL MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

4 Boca Raton's new five-year capital improvement program is now a matter of official record. The plan was adopted in a resolution passed Tuesday by the City Council. As vital as it is that Boca Raton should have such a plan, one really is left wondering' why its adoption required such a colossal fuss. At Tuesday's public hearing on the plan with one exception not substantially different from the way it was drafted by the city manager ~ Council heard two or three brief but relevant comments from the audience and along, "official" harrangue from a delegate of the Planning and Zoning Board. At the core of the Planning and Zoning Board's criticism of the five-year plan was its objection to methods of financing. In essence, the board felt that land acquisition should be financed by bond issues. As far as the hearing Tuesday was concerned, the Board's comments were after the fact and almost totally irrelevant. Earlier in the CIP discussions, the board defaulted on an opportunity to submit a written set of recommendations in time for inclusion in the plan. To return at a later date with verbal criticism of the plan is more than a little presumptuous...although it's obviously every citizen's right to speak up at the public hearing. Even at that, the P&Z comments weren't directed toward the city's long range planning Views of Other Newspapers The long, hot summer is upon us. It is evident from the soraing marks left each day by the thermometer. It is even more evident from the reports of violence, rioting, looting, arson and killing which have disrupted many of our cities. The picture which emerges from newspapers, magazines, radio and television is not one which boosts American prestige. It is a picture of lawless mobs eager to riot at the slightest provocation. Reports tell of the malicious destruction of property with rocks and fire, of stores being pillaged in broad daylight and of hoodlums carrying off stolen merchandise with a brazen air of selfrighteousness. Firemen risking their lives by answering alarms are attacked with rocks and even used as human targets by unscrupulous snipers armed with rifles. Officers whose duty it is to maintain law and order are set upon with flying bricks and Molotov cocktails, many of the missiles coming from teen-agers perched on rooftops. Innocent by-passers find their cars and lives threat-.ened. The triggering excuse for this destruction and bloodshed may be anything from dissatisfaction with the size of welfare payments to annoyance at being arrested for drunken driving. An almost constant charge in these incidents is "police brutality." In fact the allegation is made so often that it appears prompted by a conditioned reflex rather than by any substance in fact. By and large America's policemen are welltrained, considerate, honest and decent men trying hard to perform a difficult task. It is their job to uphold law and order and to make cities safe places to walk, work, drive and enjoy. It is a responsibility the police cannot abdicate either because of the intensity of the violence or because of the Tightness of the basic cause which may have triggered it. Unfortunately hoodlums cannot be curbed with feather dusters. Officers of the law must use every reasonable and legitimate means to restore order and to disarm and subdue those who violate the peace of our cities. In this effort the police need the support and encouragement of the community. But it is apparent that the police have become the innocent victims in these disorders. Frequently they are attacked because they symbolize the establishment in our society. A very promising development occurred in Tampa, Fla., and Dayton, Ohio, where youthful members of the depressed community formed volunteer patrols which calmed restless crowds, persuaded them to disperse and thus helped to maintain peace and order. It is a splendid example of responsibility which hopefully will be imitated in all parts of the country. Particularly it should receive the encouragement and cooperation of all city officials. But however successful such calming efforts will be it must be remembered that quieting the rioting deals only with an ugly symptom, not the basic disease. While not excusing the senseless violence, a number of responsible studies have indicated that the disorders are but skin eruptions of deep, festering wounds in American society. These wounds are poverty, inadequate housing, lack of education, lack of salable skills, lack of opportunity, discrimination, frustration, broken homes, neglected children, no sense of belonging and no sense of responsibility. Some of the most recent testimony on the problem has come from President Johnson's crime commission, its study declared that the inner city riots are a "cry for help" which must not be ignored. "The ghetto itself, with all the shameful economic, social, political and psychological deprivation it causes, must be done away with once and for all," the commission said. "The riots have let America know that this is what must be done." The problems under study are complicated and exceedingly difficult. They need the wholehearted cooperation of both the depressed and more prosperous areas of our society for Planning? Long, Hot Summer and physical development, its specific concern, but to the financing of the plan. Financial considerations are the area in which the city manager and finance officer operate, and in which they're far better informed obviously than members of the planning board. Authorizing the expenditures, and making the final decision on the source of the funds, is exclusively the task of the City Council. The Planning Board's decision to spend time worrying about things which are not its concern is of debatable wisdom. Tuesday's comments on one area in which the Planning Board should function with vigor and clarity planning for park and recreation facilities would seem to indicate that the planners have strayed far from the main stream of urban development and Boca Raton's character. The suggestion that Boca Raton would be better served by a couple of large recreation areas, to the exclusion of any small parks, and that this has been adopted as a matter of "philosophy" by the board, spells nothing but future- headaches. This end-of-the-nose philosophy should not be allowed to become a permanent part of the municipal program and pervade future long-range capital improvement plans. It's a long and interesting subject, and one to which we'll be devoting more space infuture editorials. proper solution. Some depressed members of society have the intelligence, courage, determination and patience to rise above their surroundings by lifting themselves by their bootstraps. Indeed great men have risen from the depths of slavery and poverty to the peak of dignity and achievement. However it is a human miracle which not all people can achieve. Still there must be a firm will for self-improvement if the poor and uneducated ever are to rise above their misery. It cannot be obtained through dole or social assistance alone. It certainly is important that leaders of the depressed community should not neglect to stress the advantages of self-help. For it is courageous personal initiative and achievement which inspire the self-confidence and self-respect needed for responsible citizenship. It certainly displays a deplorable sense of irresponsibility for self-appointed leaders of the depressed community to incite the people to violence and destruction and to paint every effort by police to maintain order as "racist aggression" which must be met by "armed resistance." The tragedy of the situation is that American society has the wealth, knowledge and experience to eradicate most of the basic problems which lead to the seething frustrations which erupt in rioting and violence. What is lacking is the determined cooperation of all phases of society. The more opulent citizens have been inclined to ignore the problem because it rarely affects them directly. Public officials frequently deal with the question with an eye mainly on political advantage. Some leaders of the depressed community have approached the dilemma largely with a view to securing a personal following, frequently suggesting steps which divide rather than unite our society. As long as such lack of interest, political chicanery and divisive demagoguery characterize American reaction to the serious problems of poverty, unemployment, discrimination, lack of education and lack of opportunity, so long will the frustrations of the depressed areas continue. So long will there be the sad specter of long, hot summers of violence, looting, destruction and chaos. -Elmer Von Feldt in Colombia Timely Uniform time is fine. Clocks in every time zone should be synchronized, whether under standard time in winter or daylight time in summer. However, the suggestion of Leonard Jaffe, director of space applications programs for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, that the whole world have one time, goes much too far. Under Mr. Jaffe's plan, it would be noon in all parts of the globe at the same time. This could be in the middle of the night in Portland and at midday in Moscow. Satellite communications, by which everyone in the world would watch the same live television program at the same instant, and supersonic transportation will make this possible, he told the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Assn. So that people wouldn't have to work all the time in the dark and sleep or watch prime programs by daylight, Mr. Jaffe would cut the length of day to 23 hours and 56 minutes. This, he said, would give everyone an equal number of days in each year with sunlight during working hours. Some opponents of daylight time contend it confuses the cows. Jaffe time would be even more confusing for the milkman and all the rest of us. So far as we're concerned they can tape their satellite TV programs and show them at our convenience. If present shows are a criterion, few will be worth watching anyway., -The Oregonian The View from Tallahassee More Tinkering, Less Chance By *Malcolm B, Johnson The Constitution redraft on which the House is working in special session would give us a good fundamental law acceptable to most Floridians if not a word were changed in passage through the Legislature. The Senate started with a document which is slightly better, and probably would be just as readily ratified by the people; but it will be harder to get through the Legislature. Most of the changes wanted by Governor Kirk -- and by textbook political scientists in and out of the Legislature probably can't get through the House and Senate, and would make popular ratification doubtful if they did. The more tinkering the Legislature does with these drafts submitted by constitutional scholars of the Revision Commission the less chance there will be to put a new Constitution up for popular vote this year and get it accepted by the people. The House and Senate working drafts of the present system of Florida state and local government codified and condensed into a less duplicative and ambiguous document, with some of Leslie Gould "An Old Favorite Is Back" the least controversial changes proposed by the Revision Commission added. Probably the best feature of both drafts is a new procedure for future revisions of the Constitution. As proposed by the Revision Commission, the Constitution in the future could be rewritten by legislative initiative, by another Revision Commission, by a convention, or by petition and referendum of the people without legislative review.. The greatest barrier to revision of the Constitution all these years since 1885 has been the requirement that any new document must run the gamut of self-serving politics which is inevitable with legislative review. If that alone is overcome in the revision now contemplated, the people later can add to, take from or change the new Constitution more easily after proper deliberation in the future. But this revision has to get through the 1967 Legislature, with all its discord and governmental naivete. Every debatable change in the beginning draft will find it objectors, and a compounding of objections could Behind the News in Business put the whole document in jeopardy. It will be hard enough to get the required number of votes to hold in the new Constitution such proposed changes as the broader revision plan, annual legislative sessions, virtual elimination of local bills by granting law-making power to county commissions, easier consolidation of cities, counties and multi-county school systems, and local option for reducing or abolishing homestead exemption. All those, as recommended by the Revision Commission, are in the drafts which both the House and Senate will have before them when the special session convenes. The Senate draft also contains a highly controversial provision for streamlining the State judicial system. Furthermore, the Senate draft retains the Revision Commission's proposal to let the Legislature create separate classifications of property which could be taxed at different rates uniform and equal within each class, instead of requiring all property of any kind to be taxed at a uniform rate. It's one of the finer features of the revision, because it allows fair flexibility in taxation, but it may bring some votes against the new Constitution. Governor Kirk and, strangely, the more liberal political scientists, could scuttle the whole thing if they insisted on scrapping the unique Florida Cabinet system in which six independently elected administrative officials sit with the Governor as a board of directors on executive policy. It would be good business for the Legislature to adopt provisions recommended by the Revision Commission and the Governor for general obligation bonds to finance state institutional construction. But that might be too much for the people to swallow, with or without the Governor's requested $425 million road building bond issue which would be backed by the full credit of the State plus an extra penny of tax on each gallon of gasoline. This Legislature could save itself time and temper by quickly placing either the House or Senate draft on a special election ballot for this fall. If could, simultaneously put on the ballot an amendment authorizing the road bond program under the present or new Constitution. It would do well to leave most of the other controversial items for the 1968 general election or for future Legislatures. A Recession in Europe? While the U.S. economic picture has cleared somewhat there being little likelihood of a recession in contrast to fears earlier in the year the same cannot be said for Europe. The economic outlook in West Germany, France and Britain is decidedly mixed. The same to a lesser extent in the other countries making up the two rival trading blocs the six nation Common Market (ECC) and the seven nation European Free Trade Association (EFTA). The only exception is Italy where the economy shows no outward signs of faltering. West Germany's economy is stagnating after a long period of unprecedented boom. Now, the Bonn government is faced with a rising deficit with no offsetting increase in revenues. Spending is on the rise so the Kiesinger government is weighing cuts in outlays and increases in taxes. A new political crisis is threatening, which could jeopardize the party in the power's slim majority. Kiesinger's own party, ruling through a coalition, is split over his proposals for hikes in income and sales taxes and cuts in social security and defense outlays. Wages and prices are spiralling, putting a squeeze on profits. Business is in a recession and little hope is held for a reversal in the trend before next year. France is experiencing a slower growth which could develop into a recession. Exports are dropping and domestic consumers, worrying about unemployment and inflation, are cutting back their spending. To bolster its economy, France is moving to channel more money into housing, highways and other public works, including the state run telephone system. Aid will be given to firms investing in depressed areas, and labor is promised profit-sharing. The outlook is glum and it will become more so if the American economy slows down a fact of life even cantankerous General De Gaulle must faceup to France is dependent on American good times, Britain continues to live in a crisis atmosphere. Unemployment is rising, as a result of the government policy of forcing workers from domestic consumer lines into export producing fields. The balance of payments deficit persists. The pound sterling is far from out of the woods. A new sterling crisis may be in the making. The British situation is being further complicated by the firming of money rates in the U.S. This could lead to higher rates in Britain and the rest of Europe at a time when the need is for stimulation of the economies there. The Mideast war curtailing oil from that area has added to the economic woes of Western Europe. Oil has gone up in price. The U.S. is supplying oil, again bringing home to that area, particularly France, the dependency on America, In peace as well as in war, Western Europe is dependent on the economic power of the U.S. Thursday 4A August 3,1967 Published every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 34 S.E. 2nd st., Boca Raton, Fla., 33432, by the Boca Raton Publishing Co., Inc. Phone JOHN T. OPEL Editor H. CLAY RILEY Adv. Mgr. Entered as second class mail at the postoffice at Boca Raton, Florida under the act of March 8, Member of the Florida Press Association and National Newspaper Association. Subscription rates: By carrier in the city 70^ per month; by mail in the U.S., one year $10.00, 6 months $6.00, 3 months $4.00. m

5 # # the cracker critic Recent Reading By Ed Hirshberg "Reading Recent American Literature," by Albert Howard Carter. Moritz Diesterweg, Germany, Here's a capsule view of some of the greatest works by modern American writers. Originally meant for foreigners, we can recommend it highly as a handy reference for any natives who might want to learn Ed Hirshberg something about their own literature from a sensitive and knowledgeable critic. Albert H. Carter is an English professor at Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg. He's also apoetof considerable stature. A couple of years back he got a Fulbright Award to teach American lit erare at the University of Munich, Germany, and this book, published in Germany but written in English, is an outgrowth of his lectures there. The refreshing thing about the selections Dr. Carter writes about is that they represent the best that is being produced in this country right now. He makes no plea for the "beat" or the "square", but goes right down the middle, picking works that he calls "good" because they "continue to delight throughout and after examination." Here's a list of the American authors he chooses for detailed examination of some of their writings: Archibald MacLeish, Sherwood Anderson, Karl Shapiro, Wallace Stevens, John Gould Fletcher, Kenneth Fearing, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, W.H. Auden, Marianne Moore, Richard Eberhart, Richard Wilbur, E. E. Cummings, and J. D. Salinger. All of them, except for Salinger and Anderson, are poets. Most aiewell known, their reputations solidly established. The only one you'd call "way out is Ferlinghetti, who is highly thought of as a satirist on both sides of the Atlantic, despite the difficulty people have in trying to understand him. Carter analyzes brilliantly one or two poems by each of these writers, and stories by Anderson and Salinger. Unlike most American critics, he explains why he thinks the selections are worth knowing about in terms that most Americans can understand. Wildlife Artist Wins Stamp Competition A trio of bobwhite quail will be featured on wildlife management area stamps for the hunting season. The winning wildlife design, resulting from a statewide contest, was created by Richard E. Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law, ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING SECTION (3) YARD EN- CROACHMENTS AND SECTION (a) SWIMMING POOL SETBACKS. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish; August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Younger, 4361 Lagg Avenue, Fort Myers. Results of the art contest were announced today by W.T. McBroom, Chairman, Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Younger's winning design illustrated three bobwhite quail in flight against a wooded background. The design is titled "Heading for Cover." Second place in the contest was awarded to Victor H. Eliassen of Tallahassee, third place went to Mrs. Barbara Brantly of West Palm Beach. A wildlife management area stamp is required in order to hunt on Florid a wildlife management areas and may be obtained at the offices of all County Judges or their authorized license agents, the wildlife management area stamp replaces the former management,area permit and must be attached to the hunter's license and signed by the hunter. The winning wildlife artist, Richard E. Younger, was born in Sedalia, Missouri, and moved to Florida in He studied art at the Kansas City Art Institute and under the late Remington Schuyler, a noted western artist. He is a free lance outdoor and wildlife artist and is presently working on a project of illustrating "Vanishing Species of Birds," published by Caribbean Gardens, Naples. His outdoor and wildlife illustrations appear in the Standard Fishing Encyclopedia by Mc- Clane and illustrations in a series of Golden Nature Guide books, McBroom said, "By awarding first place to Richard E. Younger's design, the Commission not only recognized an outstanding wildlife artist, but also pays tribute to a bird that is cherished by both sportsman and nature lover. The bobwhite quail illustrated on the wildlife management area stamp is destined to become a collectors item," Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING FOR THE INTER-DEPART- MENTAL TRANSFER OF FUNDS UNDER THE AUTHOR- ITY OF SECTION 7.09(d> OF THE CITY CHARTER. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING THAT THE CODE OF ORDI- NANCES OF THE CITY BE AMENDED BY REVISING SEC- TION 25-62, WHICH IS THE DISTRICT ZONING MAP OF SAID CODE, REZONING LOTS 1 AND 2, BLOCK 9, MAP OF BOCARATONE, AND BLOCK 6 OF SPANISH RIVER LAND COMPANY'S PLAT "A" FROM R-3 TO R-3-A. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council wul consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY. OF BOCA RATON AMENDING CHAPTER 21 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY ADDING SECTION 21-7 TO PROVIDE FOR THE PROHIBITION OF TRUCKS ON CERTAIN STREETS IN THE CITY OF BOCA RATON. THE CITY OF BOCA RATON HEREBY ORDAINS: Section 1. That Chapter 21 of the Code of Ordinances be amended by adding a Section 21-7 as follows: (a) The following streets in the City of Boca Raton are designated as "Primary Routes": (1) Dixie Highway from Hillsborough River (Canal) to Hidden Valley Canal (C-15). (2) Glades Road from the S.C. L. R.R, to the El Rio Canal (E-4). (3) N.W. 13th Street from the El Rio Canal (E-4) to Dixie Highway. (b) The following streets in the City of Boca Raton are designated as "Secondary Routes": (1) Royal Palm Way from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR5). (2) S.E. 15th Street from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (3) S.E. 14th Street from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5), (4) S.E. 13th Street from 450 feet west to U.S. 1 (SR 5). (5) S.E. Ilth Street from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (6) Camino Gardens Blvd. from 500 feet West of S.W. 4th Avenue to the F.E.C. R.R. (7) Camino Real (West and East) from S.W. 3rd Avenue to U.S.I (SR 5). (8) S.E. 9th, S.E. 8th, S.E. 7th, S.E. 6th and S.E. 5th Streets from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (9) S.W. 7th Street from S.W. 3rd Avenue to S.W. 2nd Avenue. (10) Golfview Drive from U.S.I (SR 5) to S.E. 2nd Avenue. (11) S.E. 4th Street & Alley from S.E. 5th Street to U.S.I (SR 5). (12) S.W. 3rd Street from S.W. 2nd Avenue to S.W, 1st Avenue. (13) S.E. 3rd and 2nd Streets from Dixie Highway to S.E. 1st Avenue. (14) S.E. 1st Street from Dixie Highway to Golfview Drive and S.E. 2nd Avenue. (15) Palm Avenue East from S.E. Wavecrest Way to SR A-l-A. (16) Royal Palm Road from Dixie Highway to S.E. 2nd Avenue and Golfview Drive. (17) Palmetto Park Road (West and East) from S.W. 12th Avenue to SR A-l-A. (18) Boca Raton Road from Dixie Highway to N.E. 2nd Avenue. (19) N.W. 2nd Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.E. 1st Avenue, (20) N.E. 2nd Street from N.E. 1st Avenue to N.E. 2nd Avenue, (21) N.W. 3rd Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue, (22) N.W. 4th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue. (23) N.W. 4th Diagonal from N.W. 4th Avenue to N.W. 2nd Avenue. (24) N.E. 6th Street from Dixie Highway to U.S. 1 (SR 5). (25) N.E. 6th Street from US 1 (SR 5) to N.E. 2nd Avenue. (26) N.E. 8th Street from Dixie Highway to US 1 {SR 5). (27) N.E. 10th Street from Dixie Highway to US 1 (SR 5). (28) N.W. HthStreetfromN.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue. (29) N.E. 11th Street from Dixie Highway to N.E. 1st Ave. and from N.E. 2nd Avenue to US 1 (SR 5). (30) N.W. 16thStreetfromN.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Court. (31) N.W. 19th Street from El Rio Canal (E-4) to N.W. 2nd Avenue. (32) N.W. 20th Street from El Rio Canal (E-4) to Dixie Highway. (33) N.W. 24thStreet from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue. (34) N.W. 28th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to Dixie Highway. (35) N.W. 35th Street from El Rio Canal (E-4) to N.W. 2nd Avenue, (36) N.W. 40th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to Dixie Highway. (37) N.E. 40th Street from Dixie Highway to US 1 (SR 5). (38) N.W. 51st Streetfrom N.W. 5th Avenue to Dixie Highway. (39) N.E. 51st Street from Dixie Highway to U.S. 1 (SR5). (40) Newcastle Street from US 1 (SR 5) to N.E. 7th Avenue. (41) Kingsbridge (58) Street from US 1 (SR 5) to N.E. 7th Avenue. (42) Hidden Valley Blvd. from Country Club Blvd. to Dixie Highway. (43) Hidden Valley Blvd. from Dixie Highway to US 1 (SR 5). (44) SR A-l-A from South Palm Beach County Line to South Highland Beach Town Line. (45) Wavecrest Way from Fern Drive to E. Palmetto Park Road. (46) N.E. 7th Avenue from Newcastle Street to Kingsbridge Street, (47) N.E. 5th Avenue from N.E. 16th Street to U.S. 1 (SR 5). (48) S.E. 2nd Avenue from Golfr view Drive to E. Palmetto Park Rdad, (49) N.E. 2nd Avenue from E. Palmetto Park Road to N.E. 6th Street. (50) S.E. 1st Avenue from S.E. 3rd Street to E. Palmetto Park Road. (51) N.E. 1st Avenue from E. Palmetto Park Road to N.E. 2nd Street. (52) U.S.I (SR 5) from Hillsborough River (Canal) to Hidden Valley Canal (C-15). (53) S.W. 1st Avenue from S.W. 3rd Street to W. Palmetto Park Road. (54) N.W. 1st Avenue from W. Palmetto Park Road to N.W. 11th Street; from N.W. 13th Street to N.W. 20th Street; from N.W. 24th Street to N.W. 28th Street. (55) N.W. 1st Court from N.W. 13th Street to N.W. 20th Street. (56) Oak Circle from N.W. 40th Street to N.W. 2nd Avenue. (57) N.W. 1st Place from N.W. 20th Street to 600 feet North, (58) S.W. 2nd Avenue from S.W. 11th Place to Camino Gardens Blvd. or Camino Real and from S.W. 7th Street to S.W. 3rd Street. (59) N.W. 2nd Avenue from W. Palmetto Park Road to N.W. 4th Street and Diagonal and., from 'N.W. 11th Street to Oak Circle. (60) S.W. 3rd Avenue from Camino--Real to S.W. 7th Street. (61) S.W. 4th Avenue from S.W. 11th Place to Camino Gardens Blvd. (62) N.W. 4th Avenue from W. Palmetto Park Road to N.W. 4th Diagonal and N.W. 7th Street. (63) N.W. 5th Avenue from N.W. 20th Street to N.W. 35th Street. (64) Meadows Road from N.W. 8th Street to N.W. 7th Avenue. (65) N.W. 7th Avenue from Meadows Road to N.W. 13th Street. (66) Juana Road and S.W. 12th Avenue from S.W. 18th Street to W. Palmetto Park Road. (67) Perimeter Road from Glades Road to the Boca Raton Airport. (c) Trucks passing through the City without a destination in the City shall use only primary routes or State Highway A-l-A. (d) Trucks with a point of origin within,-the City limits and a^destins&aqnjrputside the City limitsjshaliiproceed from the point of.origin to the closest primary or secondary route and proceed along primary or secondary routes to the City limits. (e) Trucks entering the City from outside the City and going to any destination within the City shall use only primary or secondary routes to the closest point to point of destination. (f) A truck with a point of origin inside the City limits and a destination inside the City limits (and this includes a situation in which a truck from outside the City limits has made a delivery in the City and is in the process of making subsequent deliveries within the City) shall proceed from the point of origin to the closest primary or secondary route and proceed along primary or secondary routes to the closest point to the point of destination, (g) Trucks of any governmental agency or franchised public service corporations (Florida Power and Light Company, Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, and Florida Public Utilities Company) are excluded from the operation of this section. (h) The Director of Public Works is directed forthwith to procure such number of signs indicating "Primary Truck Route" or "Secondary Truck Route'/"«.as«hejdeems necessary to designate such routes. He is directed further to post such signs at all entrances to the City and to post such signs at appropriate intervals on such routes. (i) The Director of Public Works shall, upon the recommendation of the Director of Engineering, post on any other street in the City signs bearing the following language: "No Through Trucks." (j) The Finance Director is directed to mail, by'certified mail return receipt requested, to all firms licensed to do business within the City, a copy of this ordinance. Upon return of the receipt, the Finance Officer shall notify the Police Chief of the completion of notification. If a driver of a truck owned by any such firm is found to be in violation of this ordinance after such notification, he shall be guilty of the offense hereinafter provided for. (k) If, after the effective date of this ordinance, the driver of a truck owned by any firm not notified as provided in subsection (j) hereof is found to be in violation of this section, he shall be given a warning by the police officer involved, who shall obtain the name and address of the owner of the truck. Such name and address shall be supplied by the police officer to the Finance Director who shall forthwith mail a copy of this ordinance to such owner as provided in subsection (]) above. Upon a subsequent violation by a driver of a vehicle owned by an owner so notified, such driver shall be guilty of the offense hereinafter provided for, (1) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be punished in accordance with the terms of Section 1-8 of this Code of Ordinances. (m) Temporary truck routes may be established by the Director of Engineering; and the Director of Public Works shall post the standard "Primary Truck Route" or "Secondary Truck Route" sign with an attachment designating "Temporary". (n) This section shall become effective thirty days after adoption. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish; August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Subscribe To The Boca Raton News Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967 in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING CHAPTER 11 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY ADDING A SECTION 11-5 PROVIDING FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE FIRE PREVENTION CODE AS RECOMMENDED BY THE AMERICAN INSURANCE AS- SOCIATION, SECTION The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING SECTIONS 25-3 (39) AND (41) AND SECTIONS (F) AND (H) OF THE CODE OF ORDI- NANCES PROVIDING THAT THE AMENDMENTS MADE TO THESE SECTIONS BY ORDI- NANCE NO APPLY ONLY TO SUBDIVISIONS PLATTED AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THAT ORDINANCE. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE The following ORDINANCE No was adopted and passed into law on the 25th day of July, 1967, at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Boca Raton. Copies of this Ordinance are on file in the office of the City Clerk and available for inspection during regular working hours. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT OF THE EXISTING WEST 60 FEET OF SANITARY SEWER EASE- MENT ON LOT 15, BLOCK 13, REPLAT OF BOCA RATON HILLS SECTION 2, PLAT BOOK 23, PAGE 99, PUBLIC REC- ORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE The following ORDINANCE No was adopted and passed into law on July 25, 1967, at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Boca Raton. Copies of this Ordinance are on file in the office of the City Clerk and available for inspection during regular working hours. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT OF ALL STREETS OF VISTA DEL LAGO, ASRECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 12, PAGE 31, AND THE STREETS BETWEEN THE SOUTH 1/2 OF BLOCK 9 AND THE SOUTH 1/2 OF BLOCK 16, MAP OF BOCA RATONE, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE-7. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE INSTALLA- TION OF SANITARY SEWERS ON N.E. 20TH AND N.E. 32ND STREETS BETWEEN DIXIE HIGHWAY AND FEDERAL HIGHWAY BETWEEN N. E. 20TH AND N.E. 32ND STREETS AND ON ALL STREETS IN THE AREA BOUNDED BYN.E.20TH AND N.E. 32ND STREETS AND NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY AND FEDERAL HIGHWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY made that there will be a public hearing on the 15th day of August, 1967, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, Boca Raton, Florida, at which time the owners of properties to be assessed, or any other persons interested therein, may appear and be heard as to the propriety and advisability of making such improvement, as to the cost thereof, as to the manner of payment therefor and as to the amount thereof to be assessed against each property s o improved, concerning the properties abutting the following described streets in the City of Boca Raton: N.E. 20th and N.E. 32nd Streets between Dixie Highway and Federal Highway, on Federal Highway between N.E. 20th and N.E. 32nd Streets and all streets in the area bounded by N.E. 20th and N.E. 32nd Streets and North Dixie Highway and Federal Highway. AH persons interested are hereby notified that a description of each property to be assessed and the amount to be assessed against each piece or parcel of property may be ascertained at the Office of the Clerk of the City of Boca Raton, City Hall, Boca Raton, Florida. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: July 27th and August 3rd, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication BELOW BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH JU- DITIAL COURT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY (CIVIL ACTION) NO. 67 C 2674 (Downey) SUMMONS AND NOTICE CITY OF BOCA RA-) TON, amunicipalcorp-) oration organized under) the laws of the State) of Florida, ) Plaintiff,) vs. BOCA RATON CLUB,) INC., a corporation;) REAL ESTATE PORT-) FOLIO OF NEW YORK,) INC., a corporation;) FLOEREAL CORPOR-) ATION, a corporation;) MARTIN M0RGEN-) STERN; SIDNEY S.) BRODHEAD and OPAL) G. BRODHEAD, his) wife; ) Defendants.) THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: BOCA RATON CLUB, INC., REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO OF NEW YORK, INC., FLOER- EAL CORPORATION, MARTIN MORGEN- STERN, SIDNEY S. BRODHEAD AND OPAL G. BRODHEAD, HIS WIFE, AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY summoned to show cause why the property described in the Complaint herein should not be taken, by serving an- answer containing written defenses to the Complaint upon Plaintiff's Attorney, Timothy P. Poulton, City Hall, Boca Raton, Florida, not later than August 22, In its complaint in this case the City of Boca Raton seeks to acquire through the exercise of eminent domain the following described real property; The South 500 feet of Section 9, Township 47 South, Range 43 East, Palm Beach County, Florida, lying East of the East right-of-way line of the Intracoastal Waterway, as recorded in Plat Book 17, Page 21, of the public records of Palm Beach County, Florida, and West of the Atlantic Ocean, less the right-of-way for State Road A1A. DATE: July, 14, 1967 (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) JOHN B. DUNKLE As clerk of said Circuit Court. By/s/Thaddie P. Plant Thaddie P. Plant, Deputy Clerk Publish in Boca Raton News.- July 20, 27, Aug. 3, 10, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Timothy P. Poulton Attorney for Plaintiff, City Boca Raton, Florida Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING SECTION 7-65 (B) (3) PER- TAINING TO MEETINGS OF MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS EXAMINING BOARD; AMEND- ING SECTION 7-68 CONCERN- ING REQUIRING CREDIT RE- PORTS BY APPLICANTS FOR LICENSES FOR MECHANICAL CONTRACTING; AND AMEND- ING SECTION 7-70 (a)(7) CON- CERNING REVOCATION OF CERTIFICATES OF COMPE- TENCY AND/OR OCCUPA- TIONAL LICENSES UPON AD- JUDIC ATION OF BANK- RUPTCY. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA: IN PROBATE, NO IN RE: ESTATE OF ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND, Deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- CERN: Notice is hereby given that ORPHA T. MARWITT, as Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND, deceased, "has filed her final report as said Executrix of the estate of ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND, deceased; that she has filed her petition for final discharge, and that she will apply to the County Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida, on the 16th day of August, 1967, for approval of same and for final discharge as said Executrix of the estate of ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND,deceased, on this 19th day of July, 1967.' S/Orpha T. Marwitt Orpha T. Marwitt, Executrix of the estate of ANTON B. TWINGSJRAND, deceased. Hallman, Meeker & Sanson 131 Northeast First Avenue Boca Raton, Florida Attorneys for Executrix Chofioiiee COST All Furniture Reduced CoJrINTERIORS Publish Boca Raton News: July 20, 27, August 3, 10, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication For Classified Ads«Call EAST PALMETTO ROAD, BOCA RATON

6 6A Thursday/August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS "The Monkees," a crazy mixed-up weekly half-hour show recounting the bizarre misadventures of a quartet of teenage musicians, returns this Fall to the NBC television network for its second zany season. Micky Dolenz, David Jones, Mike Nesmith, and Peter Tork comprise the mod, mop-top Monkees. The Monkees are seen Monday at 7:30 p.m. The Only Legitimate Family Style BURLESK REVUE IN FLORIDA THIS IS iorlesic Hundreds of letters and phone calls forced us to bring back the! funniest burleskl team to appear) at the fled Car-: P et - Nothing Vulgar EARL VAN and the gorgeous SHERRI BENET Laurie Layne Exotic Dancer Mitzi Mgade, Comedienne THREE SHOWS NITELY 8:30 P.M. DINNER SHOW Other Shows 10 & 12 Midnight DINNER from to 4 A.M. Non Diners Welcome Casual Attire CLOSED SUNDAY NO MINIMUM Complete Dinner Special FILET MIGNON $2.95 Only Prime Meats Served Monday thru Friday RED CARPET STEAKHOUSE and SUPPER CLUB 1184 S. Fed. Hwy a Pompano Bch. Reservations Suggested ocean PORPOISE SHOW OF ALL! WORLD Kim Only tmfving Oinmlba JtO Tower In fftcfrpfft... Jkr Bid., fool 15 Star Porpoises Porpoise Play Pool Man-Eating Sfurts - Divers, Aquamaifls Giant Sea Turtles Coral Reef Fish Playful Sea Lions Macaws 8, Monkeys Island Tow Soat Crui» (optional) ain or Shine 7 Days a Week rom 10 a.m. Last Show 4 p.m. For Classified Ads Call SELLING YOUR HOME? for Beit Results list Vifith Y-:;.'::: r SEE YCJUR REALTOR Bridge Class Set to Start Ethel Galant will teach a new series of bridge classes at the Community Center beginning next week. Classes for intermediate students will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9 and classes for beginners will start at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11. The course will run for eight weeks. Carlton Will Teach Guitar A new series of guitar 'lessons taught by Fred Carlton will begin Saturday at the Community Center. Classes for beginners through advanced students will be held at 1, 2, and 3 p.m. The courses will run for six weeks. New Course In Embroidery A new series of classes in liquid embroidery will begin Monday, Aug. 7. The six week course will be taught at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Center by Lillian Abbott. Mary mount College Artists Series Will Open Oct. 11 The second Annual Artist Series sponsored by Marymount College will feature four concerts by outstanding national and international artists. Opening the series October 11, is Nicholas Di Virgilio, operatic tenor. November 28, the series presents concert pianist Lorin Hollander, who recently completed a world-wide tour with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Max Rudolf. From Zurich, Switzerland, the Kammermusic - Ensemble, the Zurich Chamber Octet, makes its Florida debut at the college January 17. Concluding the series March 25, will be the Norman Walker Dance Company. The concerts will be held in Founders' Hall Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. on the college campus. Nicholas Di Virgilio made his debut at the Boston Arts Festival in 1961 and is unquestionably the great new Italianate tenor on the musical scene today. No artist has enjoyed a more rapid rise to stardom than this young tenor. As leading tenor of the touring Metropolitan Opera National Company, he appeared in major cities from coast to coast during , and he has also sung principal roles with the New York City Opera, the Washington Opera Society, the Baltimore Civic Opera, and the Chautauqua Opera Association. He was selected to sing the "War Requiem" of Benjamin Britten in its American premier at the Tanglewood Music Festival and was honored to sing at the Kennedy Memorial Mass at Holy Cross Cathedral in Boston. This latter performance was recorded by RCA Victor on a special memorial album. Mr. Di Virgilio made his television debut with the NBC Opera Compny in "TheLoveof Three Kings." He has appeared with major symphony orchestras across the country including those of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Seattle, Buffalo and Rochester. Recording on the RCA Victor and Columbia labels, he recently recorded Beethoven's Ninth Symphony for Columbia Records, Leonard Bernstein, conducting. His recital will consist of a repertoire including operatic excerpts from Carmen, Don Pasquale, La Bohem e, Madame Butterfly, Rigoletto, Traviata, Tosca, and the Merry Widow. Lorin Hollander, at 22 years of age, has already celebrated his tenth anniversary on the concert stage. Described recently by a critic of the New York Times as "the leading pianist of his generation," Lorin Hollander generates a dynamic excitement on the concert platform and his astounding technical abilities and senstivie interpretations mark him as one of the most individual young artists now appearing before are the result of years of intensive study and dedication. He has been steeped in a musical atmosphere since infancy. The son of a noted New York violinist, Lorin showed an early aptitude for music and began piano study at the age of five. He has danced and choreographed several TV shows including the "Bell Telephone Hour" and his company has ap- the public. Since his formal career began at peared at the Jacob's the age of 11, he haspillow Dance Festival in performed with virtually Lee, Massachusetts and every major symphony the Lincoln Center for orchestra in the Unitcu the Performing Arts in States. During the summer of 1966, Lorin Hol- A limited number of New York City. lander marked another series sponsor subs criptions are now milestone in his career. At the invitation of the available to the public Cincinnati Symphony and for reserved section its conductor, Max Rudolf, he was the only itorium. The series sub- seats in the college aud- soloist to accompany the scription drive will be orchestra on its Around- conducted during August and September. In- The-World Tour presented under the aegis formation about the series or the subscription of the Department of State. The well earned sponsor plan may be obtained at ovations accorded him Marymount JBMFJi3tl8f»Hffl-i^ffly^l3 fspftwi ^^ SHOWING EBSg A *^B>^' I:aq:r -llffl -l : f a^"llffllllllf AT g. 4 g WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER n^ ACARIO PONTI PRODUCTION DAVID LEAN'S FILM OFBORSPASTERWKS DOCTOR ZHIlAGO IN PANAVISION" AND METROCOLOR ADM. - SI.25 - PASS LIST SUSPENDED MAKE EVERY DAY A HOLIDAY AT mm DHSE DAILY 3N ELEGAKT DECOR AT LOW, LOW PRICES BREAKFAST SERVED from 6.00 A.M. LUNCHEONSfrom11:30 LUNCHEON SPECIALS from 85* BEER & COCKTAILS AVAILABLE Starting 5:00 P.M. Complete Dinnersfrom $1.95 Fish Fry Each Friday Night 4 IQ all you can eat. I « North Federal Hwy. 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7 BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, A KALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY FT. LAUDERDALE 2231 W. Biward 3420 N. Andrews 5011 N.E. 18th Ave. ill HOLLYWOOD 6665 Toft St. HALLANDALE 1620 E. HalIandate*Bch*Blvd. MARGATE 5709 Margate Blvd. PLANTATION 6171 W. Sunrise LIGHTHOUSE POINT VENETIAN SHOPPING CENTER N. Fed. Hwy. DEERFIELD VILLAGE MART SHOPPING CENTER 930 S. Fed. Hwy. DRUGS BOCA RATON 150 W. Camino Real DELRAY BEACH POST OFFICE SHOPPING CENTER 318 N.E. 2nd Ave. All your Eckerd Drug Stores are joining in the Grand Opening of your Newest Eckerd Drug Store located at 2501 East Atlantic Blvd., Pompa no Beach. Help us celebrate by taking advantage of hundreds of storewide money saving bargains. 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8 8A_Thursdgy, Augjst 3 HO FISHING- FROM SPAN 'Tifee Highway Department Approach to Good Fishing' by Jim Rifenburg SPORTS EDITOR This column received a letter concerning fishing and a few other related subjects. The author of the letter said he was not particularly "interested in having this printed." However, I think there are a few parts of it that should be made public. The writer said "...one day I was fishing off the shore of the Inlet with six others, A guard told us we were on private property and would have to leave. After considerable arguing we were finally allowed to stay. Five of the fellows left, stating they were tourists and would find more friendly places to stop. Also, they stated that they would report to their Triple A associations up north so they (AAA) could warn other people about Boca." "I settled in Boca because your Chamber of Commerce extolled the virtues of this city relative to swimming, fishing, other sports and its natural beauty... "...about a year ago your paper had a picture of the Inlet stating it was the most beautiful sight along the Atlantic Coast for miles around. Now that is closed to the public, ' 'Also signs are going up stating there is no fishing allowed from the bridges. I think some thought should be given to these conditions to take the bad taste out of people's mouths who settle here and also visitors who stop here... "...1 do believe the Chamber of Commerce should read this so they don't give false information anymore and also the Councilmen should know about this... "I wish to express my appreciation to you for printing the articles covering the bridge incident and also some one should check as to who caused this affair. Particularly when we have one guard on a bridge who is a definite pain in the neck to all the yachtsmen who go up and down the coast daily." I'll have to agree with the writer all the way down the line. Fortunately, there are solutions to the problems. Whether or not anything is ever done or not will be up to the people of the city and to the men they have elected to City Council. A catwalk on bridges would solve the "no fishing from span" situation. Opening of the Inlet would bring fish into Boca Raton Lake where anglers with small boats could fish to their heart's content. Along with the opening of the Inlet, a strip of land down each side, or at least one side, for parking, plus a walkway on top of the jetties would solve the problem of the bank fisherman. The first item, catwalks, would cost the city some money. It's almost a certainty the State Highway Department will never build them in Boca Raton. However, I'm sure they wouldn't mind someone else doing it. Opening of the Inlet apparently is in the works and should be partially completed by January or February. At least that's the latest word we have. Which leaves the strip down the side for parking and a walkway along the top of the jetty. The walk, itself, wouldn't be a prohibitive cost, but that chunk of land from Arvida Corporation might be something else. That's the dream. How long we'll have to wait for reality is a very good question and I can't answer it. Commission Steps Up Water Patrols Florida wildlife officers of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission have stepped up their water patrol activity and are being seen more frequently on the lakes, rivers, streams and canals. The increased water patrol in boats, ranging from paddle propelled canoes to hundred horsepower outboards and airboats, enables the officers to reach any fishing area. The patrol will continue through summer and early fall during the major fishing season. Fishery technicians will also frequent lakes and streams for surveys to determine lake conditions and status of fish populations. They will take creel census to determine how many fish the anglers catch per hour of effort. Fishermen axe reminded that a resident fishing license may be purchased from any County Judge or license agent at a cost of $3.00. A non - resident may purchase an annual fishing license for $8.00, a 14-day license for $3.25, or a t-day license for $2.25. All fishermen between 15 and 65 years of age must possess a valid fishing license when using a rod and reel, or an artificial lure in fresh water, A license is also required when fishing in a county other, than county of legal residence or in an established fish management area. Major Louis F. Gainey, Regional Manager Everglades Region (left) and Carl ton Chappell, Regional Game Biologist, shown recently releasing junglefowl on the J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area for experimental research purposes. Possible New Hunting Jungle Birds in Corbett The Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission is continuing its exotic University Bowl will be humming with activity Sunday when five different events take place. Starting at 1 p.m., a doubles sweeper that has been attracting some of the finest bowlers in the area will have a scratch tournament. At 2 p.m. and bowling on the next lanes will be bowlers from Ft. Lauderdale, Boynton Beach, Davie, Plantation, Wilton Manor, Lantana and Boca Raton for the annaul district Kiwanis tournament. These tournaments will last until about 5 p.m., when the lanes will be arranged for open bowling. Then at 8:30 p.m., the Sunday evening "Break the Bank" fun jubilee will take place followed by the "Boomerang" at about 10 p.m. Yesterday, Helen Ellis, a member of the Zodiacs bowling group received the Bowlers Star of the Week Award issued by the Bowling Proprietors Association of America. The men's award this week will go to Helmer Hensen of the Sturdy Oaks, Two hundred thirteen seemed to be the lucky number during the past week as Charles Lekniskas, William Otto, Virgil Slinker, Bob Thompson, and Brian Miller all ended with this figure. LORDS & LADIES Team Won Lost 4 4/34* s 24 8 Mis-um's M&M's game bird research program with a recent release of 100 Jungle Fowl Kerne? Rake's 8 24 High team game and triple, Mis-um's, ; Ind. high and triple Bob Thompson, ; Women's ind. high and triple, Betty West, Team Won Lost Capricorn Scorpio Libra Gemini 11, High team game and triple, Gemini, ; Ind. high, Libby Warren, 166; Ind. triple, Mary Ann Govanus, 423, ODDS & ENDS Team Won Lost Faus Remnants Stingers Oddballs Buttercups Losers Trolls Bto's ,5 High.team game, Faus, 664; High team triple, Remnants, 1811; Ind. high, Joan Remus, 208; Ind. triple, Pam Neer, 504. in the Everglades Region. The Jungle Fowl originates from Southeastern Asia and is one of the wild birds from which domestic fowls are held to have descended. They resemble a domestic bantam chicken with the exception that they are very fast in flight. This should add to their value as a game bird. The Commission is releasing the fowl over the state, in an effort to determine if they will survive, reporduce and adjust to the terrain. If so, they may be added to the list of legal game birds. Approximately half of the birds were released in the J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area in Palm Beach County and the others in confined locations in Martin and Collier Counties where they may be closely observed. Sportsmen are reminded that should they find these birds during hunting season, please refrain from shooting, as they are protected by an annual closed season. An American Newspaper Publishers Association survey shows that the 2,395-circulation Casey, 111., Reporter is the only one of 751 daily newspapers that sold for 3 cents as recently as 1941 to still charge 3 cents. BOGA RATON COUNTRY CLUB 18 HOLE PAR 60 GOLF COURSE 'PRO SHOP f DINING ROOM DRIVE RANGE ELECTRIC or PULL CARTS, CLUB RENTAL ^GOLF INSTRUCTION Bob Grant, PGA Daily Green (SAVE ON A 10 PLAY BOOK) Now yards west of U.S. 1 between Delray and Boca Dolphin 'Night' Set For Wednesday at 9 Coach George Wilson and the Miami Dolphins will be hosted at University Bowl next Wednesday in the second annual Dolphin Night. The affair will be sponsored by the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Manager Ed Register said yesterday. "Supporters and fans of the Dolphins are invited to come and meet the players in person," Register said. *'Dolphin Promotion Director Charles Callahan will introduce each player, Derby Winner Tom Williams was the winner of this week's merchandise prize in the Jaycee Snook Derby. Joe Stetson of Boca Tackle said Williams' linesides tipped the scales at 11.8 pounds and came nearest to the posted number for the week. Play For Championship Louis Varga, Bill Mc- Kinley, Carl Long and Walter Chapleau will play as a foursome Friday to determine a champion at Boca Raton Country Club. Varga and McKinley will be vying for the big crown; Long and Chapleau will oppose each other for the consolation prize, Golf Lessons Will Begin Golf lessons will begin a new ten week series Friday, Aug. 11th at 7:30 P.M. for beginners 8:30 p.m. for advanced students. The lessons will be conducted by instructor Angelo Bozzuto for $10.50 per person at the Boca Raton Community Center. giving statistics and b acker ound on each man. After the introductions, an autograph session will be held, Wilson promised. A key to the City of Boca Raton will be presented to Owner-Manager Joe Robbie by Mayor Bernard E. Turner. Wilson will receive a presentation from Chamber President James E. Becker. Florida Atlantic Dean of Men Robert Breitenstein, a former University of Miami Coach, will act as master of ceremonies for the affair. Register said besides Robbie and Wilson, many other members of the Dolphin staff will accompany the 55 players to the "night," Activities will get underway at 9 p.m. Huisking Golfers Leading League Huisking Associates team of the Boca Raton Hotel and Club Golf Association held a slim lead of only one point this week. Out in front at 75, Huiskings saw the National Bank team close behind at 74 and J.C. Mitchell only two points off at 73, The league, formerly the Twilight League, plays every Thursday afternoon. Twenty-eight teams are involved. Complete standings are as follows: 75 Huisking Assoc. 74 ~ National Bank 73 J.C. Mitchell 72.5~Boca Motors Boca Jaycees 67 Joe Roth Glass 66.5 Vincent Music 66 Boca Federal 64 ~ Boca Raton TV.63 Waldron Motors 61 Boca Raton Elks 61 Brotherton Ins, 57 ' Kreuscher C onst, 53 Hayden Stone 52 Canning Shoes 50 Alleycats 49 Supreme Auto Body 48 Sloane Realty 47 Hunter Plastering PR JIM ROY PGA GOLF - $joo st Bk. and Trust 40 Univ. 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9 The Very Latest Styles Individuality in headgear for hot summer days could be part of a football player's training. The Dolphins found the wet towel approach the best answer to beating the heat. Thirty-Three Wildlife Areas Available for Florida Hunts Florida hunters will be able to hunt on 33 wildlife management areas during the hunting season. In addition, there will be a series of managed bear hunts in Liberty and Franklin Counties, the Osceola National Forest and in the Tomoka Wildlife Management Area, located in Flagler and Volusia countieso Managed wild hog hunts are scheduled for the Fisheating Creek Wildlife Management Areas in Glades County and managed archery hunts on seven of the public hunting areas o The regulations for Florida's wildlife and fish management areas wsre established at a meeting of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission in Tampa, July 21. According to W. T. McBroom, Commission Chairman, the Lee Wildlife Management Area located in Lee County was removed from the Commission's public hunting area program due to limited use by the sportsmen. Two new hunt areas, the Nassau Wildlife Management Area located in Nassau County and the Fort Mc- Coy Wildlife Management Area located in Marion County were opened for the coming season. In other action, the Commission opened a 17,165 acre portion of the Ocala Wildlife Management Area to hunting, which was formerly closed as a wildlife refuge. The Commission awarded a contract for the construction of a public fishing lake in Suwannee County and approved a change order in the construction plans for Lake Stone in Escambia County. The change order would raise the water level of the new lake approximately two feet and add an estimated twentyfive acres of fishing water. The Commission received a report on the hunting prospects for Call for Classified Ads, SALESMAN'S SAMPLES and Nearly New for Evecy Occasion - THRIFT PRICES Otra Vez Dress Shop 192 S. Dixie Boca Raton BOCA INLET APARTMENT On North Side of Building with Magnificent View of Intracoastal 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths, Carpet, Draperies, Com-" plete Kitchen with own laundry and other extras. Priced at $46,000 for Quick Sale. See this before it is too late. MLS. Call Andrew Jackman, Associate ATLANTIC BOCA REALTY, INC, 101 E. Palmetto Park Rd Day or Night James Michell- Broker Harriet M. Jackman - Assoc. Andrew W- Jackman - Assoc. Fred G. Wilson - Assoc. BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, A the fall season and discussed proposed regulations for the 1967-,68 waterfowl hunting season. A framework for migratory waterfowl seasons and bag limits will be provided later by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. In final action, the Commission established the date and location of the next meeting for Ocala on September 15. UNIVERSITY PARK COUNTRY CLUB Military Trail ' ';...;,. BocaRaton One of Sooth Florida's, Finest 18 Hole Championship Courses Now Under New Ownership New Management ATTRACTIVE MEMBERSHIP PLAN AVAILABLE For details visit Club or Coll or SUMMER RATES Daily Fee...$ 4.00 Electric Cart Play Book w _- A OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. V 0lInJv COMPLETE ^^ ^l-stop HOME-OF 40 FAMOUS_BSANBS CU0pp NQ Complete Line of Garden Tools & Accessories 172 E. Boca Raton Rd REG. 49c MILDEW STOP PK6.(of 2) 39< -^geaaja^g, Closet Dehumidifier YEAR WRITTEN FACTORY GUARANTEE 36" long, PAMPP-CHASER Dehumidifies closets electrically... Stops mold, mildew, musty odors forever. SPECIAL! 20% OFF LIST Glass Sets by Libby-Owens Cocktail- Old Fashion - Coolers, and many more to choose from. BOXED SETS FOR LAWNS SWIFTS A 70 FERTILIZER 3 " 30% ORGANIC NITROGEN Plus All Essential Secondary Minerals 2 5O Lb. Bags HARDWARE - HOUSEWARES LAWN and GARDEN SUPPLIES CHARCOAL GRILLS and SUPPLIES DRAPERY RODS and FIXTURES WALLPAPER - PAINTS Glassware - Small Appliances» ARTIST SUPPLIES AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS YOUR AAMCO CENTER IN DELRAY 8EACH/60CA RATON WORLD'S LARGEST TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS over 400 transmission centers throughout the United States now open at 255 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY DELRAY BEACH call DAY SERVICE E-Z TERMS FREETOWING

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10 IOA Thursday, August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS 25 B Apartments lot Rent: 25 C Houses for Rent MALE Slack Miniature i bedroom Apt. avail- Furnished, Linens, Silver, etc. 3/2 Dining rm., Poodles. Excellent able to late DeCa Com_ champion background for pletely furnished & TV. complete GE kitchen, snow. Magnificent house TIFFANY APTS Well & Sprinklers, roofed screened porch, pets, ideal for children. 431 w. Camino Real' AKC registered, temp- Apt. #18 Boca Raton double carport, fruit orarv - shots "] ^ bedrm. turn. Apt. re- trees. $200 mo. yrly. D0BERMANS,8wks. old, versed cycle air. $125 Immediate Occupancy. male & female, shots & Mo. yearly lease Near 5th Ave. Shopping dewormed, AKC Regis Plaza aft. 6 S , VILLA MAYA p.m. 15 H Boats-Motor or Sail Extra large unfurn. one '59 18' HOLIDAY cruiser, twin 35 HP engines, appliances. Private Pa- bedrm. Apts. Frigidaire Beautifully furnished* complete, 1 bedroom trailer, completely ov- tios, Mirrored dressing possibly two, (Fla. erhauled & painted room, free laundry. 301 S SW 8th St , 14* Cadillac barasota, itsedrm. Apt. turn, or aluminum boat, having unfurn. or also -2 O.B.C. rated carrying bedrm. house furn. or capacity of 790 lbs., with unfurn. Pool, carpeted, 9.8 H.P. Mercury out-- h t, ai? cond. Hill Crest board motor and com- Apt S.E. 5th St., plete accessories, excellent condition, phone UNDER $100. Pomnano PERMONTH 15 I Marine Equipment, Supplies That's right! Living room 15 H.P. Champion Out- Dining room. Kitchen, board Motor made for racing. 5 gal. gas tank included. Used only in fresh water, $40. takes both Tile Bath, walk-in closet, large Bedroom, Air Cond. all for under $100. per month. See 799 SW 4th Ave. or call D rivate Bath & Entrance, Private Patio, wall to 2/2 unfurnished Apt. in unique, year old Fourplex, Central air/heat, wall carpeting, TV. Small Refrigerator. Immaculate, call: week ed Fla. room, private all appliances, screen- jdays Eve, all patio, closed garage, 'day Sat. & Sunday 941- Adults, yearly lease 6 $ month. East of Private Bath & Entrance Federal in Caribbean Patio, Call after 6 Keys, midway Boca Delray. N.W. Apt. 699 Large quiet room.south- E. Kingsbridge Street. east exposure. Private Bath & Entrance near Hospital Aoartmenls for Rent 1 bedroom Apt. &Kffcy. nicely furnished. Jordan Manor. For Appointment, phone owner, ONE BLOCK FROM FAU NEAR IBM AREA Unfurnished Duplex, 3250 N.E. 5thDrive, 2/2 Drapes thru out, W/W carpets in Living areas. Central Air Cond. & heat ' Three Rooms & Den Nicely furn NE 2nd Ave after 5 p.m. 1 bedroom Apt. Beach, Rent & Utilities in exchange for woman to work in Day School Mile to Beach - Air' Cond. 2 bedrm., 2 bath, furn. yrly. lease. $125. One block from Boca mo , Raton Hotel &' Club - "Unfurnished 1 bedroom Apt. Ref rigerator.stove, Yacht & Country Club. $95. month Seasonal & Yearly 2 bedrm., furn. Duplex, Furnished & Unfurnished. Models now op- all electric. Adults, Annual Lease. No Pets. en Spanish River 352 swi S tst. Boca!.Rd w Boca Raton. Efficiency Apt. 200' to Large one bedroom furnished or unfurnished in N,W. Pine Circle. Boca,, new building, a/c & Furn. 1 bedrm. & eft. heat, all electric kitchen, pastel color ap- apt. Air cond. 300' to Beach, 1910 SE 2nd St. pliances. Tiled bathroom, spacious double Deerfield, Furn. or Unfurn., 1 bed-" closets. Storage above rm,, Apt. Radiant Ht., and large walk in. Paved air cond. Quiet, wkly. off street parking. Laundry facilities. monthly, annual UNIVERSITY PLAZA Efficiencies, furnished Beach area. $80. per month, also Daily or Week, Ocean Front LOW RATES While Renovating Efficiencies & 1 bedroom Apts. Pool, T.V. & Air Cond. $45. weekly, $150. Monthly. 630 N. A1A, Deerfield APT. HEADQUARTERS Various convenient locations, Boca's largest selection of owner operated apts., effcy. 1, 2, 3 bedrooms furn. or unfurn. Some with pools. Call Apt. Rentals , An Itvenus Enterprise. DELUXE INTRACOASTAL APARTMENTS APTS. 289 N.W. 19th St. Boca Raton Call owner or " bedroom Apt. Air conditioned. Electric Kitchen, Large 2 Bedrm., 1 bed- Beach. Until Dec. 15. rm. & efficiencies, furn- $ 75j per mon th. Utilities ished - newly painted - included, $ 200. Mo. MacLaren & Anderson,. Realtors, 135 E. Pal- Pk. Rd., Ph reasonable, 3535 NW 3rd Ave. Boca. Adults bedroom, unfurnished, reverse cycle Air cond. location. All Electric Kitchen, Landscaped Patio, Pool, Adults. Annual lease. metto Reasonable 371 SW 8th St., Boca Raton, Bedroom furnished Apt. til Nov. 15, $80, Yearly, C Houses!or Rent RENT-OPTION TO BUY. Modern 3/2 home. Central A/C. Excellent Boca Attractive, 4/2 Unfurn, Well & Sprinkler system. $165. month mo SE j n pioresta," 755 Aufelia 3rd Ave., Delray. St. Boca Raton House 13 rooms clean & neat for Rent. 2 bedrm. 1 completely furnished bath, Quiet place. Seasonal or Excellent Rentals. Some - yearly basis on A1A in Homes with Pools. Ben Highland Beach Adams Realty, 198 NE ; 6th Ave., Delray Beach. THE phone HAMPSHIRE HOUSE 1150 S.W. 2nd Ave. COUNTRY Living, good Boca Raton schools, 3/2 Screened New Modern furnished Pati0 > central air, heat. and d unfurnished f 1 1 acre. close l to t IBM. Bedroom Apt. & Effi- $23,500. Call: Evelyn ciencies from $95. 2 assoc. Ben Pools. Please call" Adams Realty, Realtor Rid Esfafs Exam Course For Brokers or Salesmen Harvey Real Estate School's operates a branch of its popu«lar Real Estate Exam Course in Boco Raton at the UNIVER«SITY BOWL CONFERENCE ROOM, DIXIE HWY. and 20th ST., Boca Raton. The course is composed of-8 lively inter«esting sessions which thoroughly cover the Fla,, Real Estate Handbook. Total cost only $50.00, TUESDAY EVENING - 7:00 P.M. You may attend first session free Mr. Cooper will be in the Conference Room eqch Tuesday at 6:30 P.M. to answer any questions. For Information Call: MR. COOPER room) $180. per month. Must have reference. Call after 6, CUSTOM DUPLEX 2 bedroom/2 bath, central air & heat, completely furnished. GAR- AGE,, Quiet country setting, near I.B.M. and University West Conference Drive. Available August 1st short or long term rental at $190. month. Call nites and Sun. call Unfurnished 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with family room. Central heat and air. Near new Addison Mizner school. $200. monthly on annual basis. Call Nites & Sunday: ROYAL PALM REALTY 307 Golf View Drive Boca Raton F Miscellaneous tot Rent REASONABLE Store or Office in Orchard Square, SE 1st St. See your broker or call Ft. Lauderdale, after 6 p.m. 15X40 NEAR FAU E Income Properly Sale INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY We have for sale a 3 bedroom, 1 bath Home which is now rented for $85. month, plus a 1 bedroom Apt. which should rent for $50. month. Located about 2 short blocks from the Intersection of U.S.I & Palmetto Park Rd. The Lot is 75'xl45' Zoned C-l. The rent will give you an excellent return on your investment, until you are ready to develop it as a commercial property. Priced at only $12,900, with Terms of 29% down or balance over 3 years at 6% MLS BR-738. BATEMAN & CO. REALTOR 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. Boca Raton Eve. & Sunday Bob Webster REAL ESTATE SALE ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 6OS.FCD.HWr. BOCA RATON A Lots & Acreage Sale REALTORS Ph (very A interesting J property) ON THE CORNER A Valuable lot, ideally located east of Intracoastal. WALK TO BEACH at a low price for quick sale. Phone: CHUCK HIGGS, assoc Nites - Sun EDWARD K. GARVY Realtor 120'X125' LOT $2000 Reduced from $3500 owner moving to California. kjojherwell m REALTY 757 S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla, Phone ROYAL PALM Y & CC $10,000 CASH Owner will sell Lot, 88x 125' on Queen Palm Rd. in this distinctive area of fine homes. All Utilities underground; faces East. REALTOR 140 N. Federal Hwy., Boca SUBORDINATE Estates Lot 100x150 Priced $11,000. BRUCE E. DARRELL Realtor 425 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd, res CAPITAL GAINS 40 Acres 990 Ft. on Main Rd. connecting U.S. 1, Turnpike, & 441. One mile from Arvida's Multi-Million Dollar Purchase, Excellent Terms. Call , 35 D Business Property-Sale ALL YOT REAL ESTATE NEEDS REALTORS IOCA RATON rp Ph ^,FOR SALE Eight Unit Apartment House, 1 bedroom apartments, good investment with excellent return, 1/2 block off U.S.l e A&P CONSTRUCTION CO 400 NE 27th Circle Boca Raton a hone 395^ H Homes for Sale TREMENDOUS VALUE 3 bedroom, air cond. & 35 H Homes for Sale Royal Oak Hills, 3/2 Double garage. Carpets, Drapes, Washer, dryer. Dish Washer, Garbage disposal, Hurricane shutters, Sprinklers. Owner Country Club Village, 3/2 Central air & ht., Screened Patio. Lawn Sprinkling System. Washer & Dryer. City Sewers. Sold by owner, $21, NW 12th Ave. *Anybody Welcome. Near School & Shopping. 3 bedrm,, 2 bath, large heat. Terrific location, lot,, sprinkler p l system. only $16,900. Low Small down payment, payment, Assume mtg. $89. also $1200 DOWN riuys Homes from $78-$96. charming 2 bedroom 2 Mo. Ft. Laud bath, air cond. Home. Delray Home with Pool Assume Mtg. $110. $19, bedroom, 2 Month pays all. Immediate occupancy NW bath, with Pool, situated on large well landscaped 4th St. Boca Raton «lot & located 2 blocks from Delray Beach Golf a NEW HOMES Course. Owner just ROYAL PALM YACHT Transferred. Immediate & COUNTRY CLUB Sale. Present MTG. approx. $15,800. Payable 3 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Baths, Pool. $131.monthincl. P.I.T.I. 3 Bedrooms, 3-1/2 Baths, Large Patio. BANER REALTY, INC. These Homes Must Be 814 E. Atlantic Ave. Sold, First Reasonable Delray Beach Offer Accepted. Owner Eve ALL YOUR BOCA EAST OF FED. REAL ESTATE NEEDS! 6OS.FfD.HWT. OCA RATON REALTORS Ph t24_ LOVELY 2/2 Home, Carpet, Drapes, Appliances. Only $15,000, Low down payment.phone FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED Beautiful setting near FAU, $27,500. unfurnished. Owner. Days , ext Eve. & Weekends By Owner,air cond. furn. Home, 3/2 lg. living rm, screened Patio, Thermo Control Radiant heat. Lots of Shrubbery 395-Q4R3. Lake Rogers - 3/3, study dock opp beachpark: luxury resort life. Views! NE 33 St. 3 bedroom, 2bath, large Fla. rm. $18, NE 31 St., Boca Raton.. Immediate occupancy^ lovely 3/2 central air & Ht. W/W carpeting, dish washer, luxury bath & kitchen. Only $23,500* low down payment or , Immediate Possession, spacious 3 bedrm., 2 bath Fla. rm., Central heat, etc. Kitchen, fruit trees, owner. No Brokers, Lighthouse Point bedrm. 1-1/2 bath, 100x125' lot. Sprinkler & Well, furn. $16,500. unfurn. $15, SW 20th St.. Boca. Near New Mizner School 3/2 priced at $19,500. Drapes, Cedar Closet, Electric Kitchen, Shade Trees, in yard. By appointment call or Brokers rotected. Y OWNER 3/2 with lg, fenced swimming Pool, on western edge of Delray, Beautifully Landscaped on 1/3 acre lot, 8 minutes from IBM. Call Pompano area: 2 large bedroom, 2 bath Home. Florida room, Large Living room, Dining room, Beautiful Kitchen, Utility room, large closets. Wall to wall Carpeting thru out. Drapes. 2 Patios. $17, Call after 6 p.m. Unusual 3 bedroom, 3 bath, Pool Home. Concrete Constr. Low upkeep Air cond. 2 car garage. MLS. Open SW 7th St., Boca Raton Square. DEERFIELD REALTY Realtor COUNTRY CLUB HOME 3 bedroom, 3 bath, central heat, large Florida room, fully equipped kitchen, spacious living area, 2 car garage, screened Pool-P ati o, overlooking Delray Beach Golf Course. Ideal Country Club Home, priced at: $31,500. with all offers to be given prompt consideration. Convenient Delray location for IBM Personnel. BANER REALTY INC. 8H E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach Eve /2 - $450. down, $110 month, includes garage, sprinklers, circle drive. Beautifully Landscaped. Don't miss this buy. Call to see. JOS. MIANO Eve TRADE YOUR HOME HUGH ANDERSON Real Estate 115 W. Sunrise Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale INTRACOASTAL view Boca Harbor. Immaculate 2/2 extra lg. family rm. central air cond. dock, w/w carpeting, drapes, dishwasher, "--sher dryer, lg. utility room, lg. heated Pool. Located at Intersection of 2 wide Canals with permanent view of Intracoastal Waterway. Below Mkt. $32,900. SLONE.REALTY Reg. Real Estate Broker N. Dixie Hwy. Boca [CUSTOM BUILT HOME Two-bedrooms, twobaths plus Florida room central heat & air conditioning tremendous living room beautiful landscaped corner lot wall to wall carpeting, draperies included Price $24,900. MLS For further information call HARRY GRIFFITHS... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton : Ph MIS Gels Results See Your Realtor $16,500 Realistically priced, well maintained 3/2, Home with spacious 22' Living rm., Family rm., nice carpeting, drapes. Corner lot near town & Beach. Assessed value higher than asking price. MLS 773, REALTOR 140 N. Federal Hwy., Boca DESIRABLE 2/2 In~Boca Raton Square Immaculate home ~ central heat and air conditioning ~ carpets & draperies included This lovely home priced at $21,900. MLS 905 For further details, call IVAN HAACK... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton:Ph LIVE IN THE COUNTRY Immaculate, 2/2 Home, Large rooms, wall to wall carpeting & drapes. Over $2000. Professional Landscaping. 100' by 130' Lot. Picturesque tree lined community. Priced at $17,000. Just 3-1/2 mi. from new IBM property. We also have several residential lots 75'xl30'. Priced $1,500. SLONE REALTY Reg. Real Estate Broker N. Dixie Hwy. Boca 35 H Homes for Sale CHATHAM HELLS 2 Bedroom 1 bath, large living & Florida rooms a dining area, G.E. kitchen, patio, carport. Drapes & other extras, Furniture, rugs, option^ al. Financed, priced to sell ?.. Boca Harbour 2/2 Waterfront 110' from Intracoastal^Dock, large Pool, family room, w/w. carpeting, drapes, central air, sprinklers, "One inspection weighs a thousand words." 881 Appleby St. OPEN DAILY 10:30-5 P.M DATE PALM ROAD ROYAL PALM YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB ONLY $44,900 Terrific deal move right in 2 bedrooms and den or 3 bedrooms and 2-1/2 baths, central air conditioning, 2 car garage, automatic door and luxurious tropical landscaping, Country Club atmosphere 'now is your chance to buy right. MLS BR MJOTHERWELL Wf REALTY 757 S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla. Phone BEDROOMS 2 BATHS POOL Royal Oak Hills centrally heated and air conditioned One of Boca's fine subdivisions MLS 826P $25,900 For details and appointment to see this Home call LLOYD LIVELY... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy, BocaRaton:Ph Gets Resulfi e; Your Real JOT WALKING DISTANCE TO CHURCHES, SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTERS This lovely 3 bedroom and family room home with large fenced rear yard, has just been reduced in price to $13,500 for quick sale MLS BR S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla. Phone BEST BOCA BUY! REALTORS A modern, top quality home. Like new throughout. Delightfully spacious with 3 bedrooms, big family room, huge 40 ft. porch, garage, central A/C, etc. Beautifully landscaped corner lot. Complete appliances, draperies, shutters, etc. Realistic price $26,800. Good mortgage, too! BR848. MacLaren & Anderson, 135 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd., Ph.: GARVY'S GOT IT! STEP ON SLATE in the entrance Foyer, then gorgeous white carpets in this unique 3 bedrm. Waterfront home with heated Pool. Central air, Automatic Sprinklers, garage and a jillion extras. $34,500, MLS 922. EDWARD K. GARVY Realtor Boca Raton ME? Live in a Model Home? Why not? If you want to show off a bit, and live in a home designed to bring the Lush Florida Landscape right into your living room, see: 1037 SW 12 Rd. Two Bedrooms, Two Baths, Central Air, and Only $16,900. Call Realtor: Tom Meredith at the f OFFICE ROYAL OAK HILLS 2/2 Westport Model - Central Heat & Air. Immaculate condition and Landscaping. Includes drapes, carpet, sprinkler system, patio furn., laundry equip. Widow asks shown by appoint, only. 633 S.W. 5th St. Phone exclusive with 42 S.E. 3rd St. realty inc.. 35 H Homes for Sale aterfront Lovely 2/2 Home overlooking Intracoastal. Carpets, Drapes, Air Cond. Patio, Dock, 2 car garage. Extras Glouchester.. RIVIERA BUYS 3/2-l/2pIus guest house for those Northern Visitors. This is a large immaculate Custom Home with many features. MLS BR871 $26,500. * * * 3/2 Large Patio Ocean Breeze exposure includes drapes, carpeting; refrigerator, and other extras. MLS BR 450 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd. Boca Raton I fiplresults See piir Realtor LARGE 3/2 $15,500 Located in NE Section of Boca close to FAU. This is a spacious home with many extra features large Florida room, breafast nook, Wood Burning fireplace, and outdoor Barbecue. See this 1600 sq. ft. home and compare with any at this price. MLS BR 870.! CARLEN,::; Appraisal & Reaitv. int.-; 450 E. Palmetto Pk. Ed. Boca Raton K Duplex 2 bedroom 2 bath each side. Central air cond. Drive by 509 NE 18th St. $3500, Down Duplex Delray, 1 bedrm^ each side furn. city water & sewer, patio, large storage. Assume 5-1/4% mtg. Minimum $2500* needed to close. $13,500 full price. No Brokers. 278'-33O5 after 5 p.m. INTRACOASTAL RENTAL APARTMENTS Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club Area. Furnished & Unfurnished Spanish River Rd, MODELS OPEN NOW FASHIONABLE VENETIAN 1SLE5 SECTION THE NEW DISTINCTIVE ASHLEY ARMS APARTMENTS Unfurnished yearly leases. 14 large 1 betiroom r 1 bath, 8-2 bedroom, IVi oath/ central air, heat. Dream kitchens with-14 cu. ft. refrigeraiors-ge range, disposals, luminous ceilings. - Baths with vanities, mirrors, medicine cabineis, healers. Huge closeis, additional storage lockers. Prewired for color TV, telephone, laundry facilities, guest parking, soundproof construction Swimming pool, large patio, quiet residential area, walking distance tb shopping centers, churches, restaurants, theaters, short drive io beach. From S D NE «nd STREET DfAMONOHEAD OCEANFRONT Beyond description are the views from every room in this distinguished Hillsboro. Beach Condominium. NO LAND LEASE Soundproof walls Private Dock Space on Intracoastal. Heated pool A must on vour list to see. From $25,000. Open daily from 10 to 5:30. Call 941-4M0 or FORD R- CARTER INC., REALTORS 1907 E. COMMERCIAL BLVD. PHONE: For Classified Ads Call and 4 Bedroom HOMES from $18,500 VOGUE HOMES 984 W- Camino Real Boca Raton, Fla ACREAGE LARGE & SMALL FOR ONE and ALL! We have researched 150 Thousand acres? in this area and have available listings from 5 to 3800 acre tracts. Some with terms as low as 10% down. No principal payment for 5 years and the balance over an additional ] 0 years. SLONE REALTY Reg. Real Estate Broker N.DixieHwy.;Boca Raton THE GEORGE MANOR A Large 3 Bedrm. 2 Bath Waterfront Home with Family Rm. and a Beautiful Sunshine Pool looking South over real Florida Canal..Especial ly nice in an Executive Lighthouse Point Location. A must for those desiring to live in the most Desirable of Areas. THE HOUSE OF FOUR A rare Opportunity to purchase a Big 4 Bedrm., 3 Bath Screened Pool Home on a Handsome Cana! at a Substantial Saving. A Family Home of the First Magnitude with Real Room to Live! Lighthouse Point at its best Location. Priced for below its value. THE ERGOTT POOL HOME An Excellent Example of a Delightful 3 Bedrm. 2 Bath Home with a Shimmering Pool. Perfect Condition, almost new. Many extra features make for Pleasant Living in a fine neighborhood. Few homes can compare to this Crisp Clean House! Be certain to see this one! THE SCHOOLSTREET HOUSE A 3 Bedrm. 2 Bath Waterfront Home with Screened Patio, in Good Taste and in fine condi.tion. Children can walk to school in Safety. Fine Carpets, Drapes and other extras. A very good selection for those who regard the safety of the children as being important! LANDMARK REALTORS POMPANO BEACH MLS SELLING YOUR HOME??? Statistics show that a home priced within 5% of fair market value is ten times as likely to be sold as one priced 15% to 20% above that figure. Let us APPRAISE and SELL your home at its fair market value. Phone today for an experienced AP- PRAISER to look at your property with no obligation. ROYAL PALM REALTY George B. Van Zee, Realtor 307 Golf View Drive PHONE BOCA'S BEST BUYS HARBOR ISLAND HOME WITH "IT". Just reduced to $39 ( Screened pool. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, den, dock. Shown by appointment only. Ask for MLS BR 735 WP. OWNER JUST MOVED from his 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on a large corner lot. Central rev-cycle air-cond., complete kitchen, sprinkler system and much more. Only $]8 500 FURNISHED. Shown by appt. MLS BR 732. UNUSUAL CUSTOM-BUILT BEAUTY. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths in Palmetto Park. Reduced to $25,500. Assume 5%% mortgage. 944 SW 1st Street. MLS BR 517 W. TENDER LOVING CARE has been given this lovely twobedroom, 2 bath home on Boca Wood's best street. Full price $18,000 includes many extras. Beautifully landscaped. MLS BR 859 is at 450 NE 24th Court. 20 VARIETIES OF FRUIT TREES surround well-kept roomy 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with panelled den. Good f i- nancing available on the $18,200 full price. Ask to see MLS BR 812 in Villa Rica. WELCOME IBM M ADD OX REALTY REALTOR A COMPLETE Real Estate Service North Federal Hwy. at 20th Street (Nites & Sun.: )

11 It's So Easy To Earn Extra Money With Want Ads You Can Sell Just About Anything From A to Z Antiques Bicycles Cameras Dishes* Encyclopedias Fencing Guns Heaters Insulation Jalousies Kitchenware Luggage Motors Needlework Oars Pets Quilts Ranges Stamps Tools Uniforms Vibrators Watches Xylophones Yachts Zircons Classified Ads CALL Classified I960 Lincoln 4 dr. Premiere $550. Full Power-Factory Air-New W/ W tires. Owner Ken Higgins. Day phone Nights Austin Healey. Kadio, excellent tires, needs paint. 435 NE 6th St.. Boca Raton.. '60 Ford Wagon, 6 cylinder stick, good $ in Boca. Blue 1965 Austin Healey Sprite $ SW 4th St. Boca *64 VW good cond. take over payments, plus $ Well cared for original owner 1966 Opel Kadet, blue Wagon, Radio, heater, and top rack. $150. and assume monthly payments of $ Call , USED CARS FOR SALE A GOOD SELECTION Boca Raton Motors Dixie at SE 1st St. Boca Raton We Also Buy " r o3 Austin Healey Sprite. Cream Puff. $699. Call West Palm Beach, 1 B Motorcycles, Bicycles " J 65 Suzuki, perfect cond. 50cc 1100 miles, for sale or will trade for Boat & Motor ' Scrambler cycle like new. call SB Personals To Buy or To Sell AVON Call GATEWAY NATURAL FOODS Natural, Vitamins & Minerals Organically grown, dried fruit. Dietetic Foods & Vegetable Juicers E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano WEIGHT WATCHERS Meets Wed. 7:30 P.M. First Fed. Bank. Delray. 5 C Child Care ALL NEW: Burton's Nursery & Kindergarten. Year Round. Full care. Register now and be sure! 274 SE 9 Ave. Deerfield Beach, TIC TOC Nursery, Kindergarten & Day Camp,, 1-12 yrs. 273 NW 15th St. Boca , Eve. 3QS-.I432. MATURE full time baby sitter, 4 to 5 days every week. hrs Call after 4_p 4 m A Help Female BINDERY GIRL Experienced Boca YOUNG woman, billing clerk to operate NCR machine and handle accounts receivable. Pompano area. Write Details to Boca Raton News Box #j B Help Male PRESSMAN For AB Dick, experienced. 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Call a.m. 15 A Miscellaneous Sale SOFA 84" Turquoise, scotch guard, good buy $ , 425 NE,tf Ct., PIANO Accordian, sacrifice $25. Accordian like new,cost $550.sacrifice $ , Use iheclossifieds ROYAL typewriter, double chest of drawers, 2 twin bed headboards, Zenith Stereo, AM-FM Console, 6 speakers, Italian Provincial, excellent condition, $ TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre Rent electric shampooer $1. Belzer Hardware, 3198 N. Fed. Hwy., Boca Raton. C AB AN A couch 2 chairs, lg. grill with electrical unit. Excellent condition NEW HAMMOND ORGAN FOR SALE-BY OWNER Deluxe "L" Series, Complete with bench. 10 months old.original cost $1380. Reasonable offer buys. Call BARGAINS GALORE You name it, we have it, from House furniture to car accessories, Palm Beach Faith Farm, 1/2 mi. No. of Boynton Rd. on Hwy Phone open Monday thru Sat. 9 to 6. IS A Miscellaneous Sale GOLF Clubs 8 stainless Steel irons. Palmer putter, wedge, cost $120. price $35. perfect « , MOVING Tables, chairs, lamps, yard & garden tools, very reasonable UNUSED FURNITURE FROM MODEL HOME Bedrm. set, dresser, mirror, nite stand, twin head boards, white fruitwood tops $250. Fruitwood china cabinet $100 r King size fruitwood head board $75.32x52 mirror, fruitwood with gold trim $50. Pair modern lamps $20. Pair traditional lamps, crystal drops $ SINGER STYLE-O-MATIC Zig-Zag Sewing Machine 1 yr. old. This machine makes button holes, monograms and sews with twinneedles. Cash price $65. or a responsible party can make 7 payments of $10.00 ea. Call Mrs. Stewart at for free home inspection. _. 3 pc. Danish Modern Sofa & Chairs $50. Early American Sofa $30.1 end & 1 coffee tbl. Both for $15. Record cabinet $7. Mr, & Mrs. Chest, both $25. 2 twin size Hollywood beds $20. ea. 1 swivel rocker. $ week days, after 5. All day Sat. & Sun. SERVICE DIRECTORY AIR CONDITIONING Sales, Service & Parts KAL'S AUTO SERVICE 1349 Sample Rd. Pomp ffedders Air Cond. residential, commercial, central & room. Tom Myers Appliance 2029 NW 2 Ave, ALTERATIONS EXCELLENT Tailor All kinds of Ladies & Men's Alterations Barton & Miller Cleaners & Laundry, 2600 N. Dixie Hwy. at 5 Points. Wilton Manors j» AUTO GLASS Glass for every purpose. Windows, Auto Glass, Mirrors. Pompano Glass Co AUTO PARTS Car, Truck & Tractor parts East! D&M Auto parts, Dick Heidgerd. 220 S. Dixie, o AUTO REPAIR & PAINTING Repairs, Painting, Refinishing. 32 Yrs, Experience, Insurance estimates. 101 NW 3rd St. Boca Raton ' AWNINGS, Canvas Awnings, Canopies, etc., take down, re-hang, re-covers Brooks Canvas Products Inc., 1167 S. Fed. Hwy., Pomp., *100% ALUMINUM *AWNINGS *PANELS *PATIO COVERS Save $$ Deal direct with Factory representative for Hurricane &. Sun Protection. 20 years Warranty 100 Pet. Financing available. Call Ft. Laud. AWNING WINDOWS Awning Windows. Room Additions. Hurricane Awnings. 15 years experience. Free Est CAMERA REPAIR Color print. Camera repair & cleaning, Free Est. Guaranteed work. The Photo Mart CARPENTRY Doors, Drawers, Cabinets, Appliances, Windows, Walls, Leaks, & Squeeks, make your list. One call fix all. Lie. & Ins. Call Maurice Oldre. General Service Finished Carpentry, Utility Cabinets, Book Cases a specialty. Bill Peters, CARPENTER v?ork wanted. Small or large jobs. Phone Delray Beach, CATERING Receptions Cocktail Parties Betty Biegler DRESSMAKING & DESIGNING Dressmaking & Designing by Appointment only. Call DRY CLEANING COMPLETE Dry cleaning & Shirt Laundry plant. Matty's 1 hour Cleaners N. Fed. Boca HOME IMPROVEMENT Florida Rooms - Carports - Patios - Awnings -Porches-Kitchens - Additions-Storm P anels. ANYTHING. Phone, LEARN TO DRIVE Help with Driver's license tests. Qualified Instructor, reliable door-to-door service. Easy Method Driving School MOV TNG-STORAGE Willie's Transfer & Storage. Local & Long Distance moving & storage. Packing & Crating NW 1st Ave., Boca Raton. ORGANS SERVICE SERVICE Call Victors for Immediate Service of all makes of Organs All Work Guaranteed Victors Pianos & Organs Ft. Laud LUMBER Do it yourself center. Building materials & supplies from our mill service, lumber & Plywood cut to size while you wait. DEERFIELD BUILDERS SUPPLY Hillsboro Blvd. at Fla. East Coast Railroad PAINTING DECORATING Edward J. Hynes. Complete Painting & Decorating Service. Painting in Boca Raton since'54, Free Est PLUMBING Expert Plumbing, Sewer connection. Kohtz Plumbing & Heating Time payments can be arranged. RANGES GAS & ELECTRIC Prompt 24 Hr. service Fred's Service, ROOF PAINTING & CLEANING Edward J. Hynes Roofs & Patios Pressure cleaned & Painted. Lie. & Insured, free ^st. Call: SOD " NuTurf Sod Garden & Nursery Shops 3151 N. Dixie Hwy. Pompano SPRINKLERS Harvey Construction & Sprinklers Service & Installation. Call us for the best TOP SOIL Lawn Dressing -Golden Brown or Silica Sand, Driveway rock. Sludge. Harvey's Topsoil WATCH REPAIR Accutron & Bulova, etc. Bead stringing, Engraving. John Redding, Beacon Lite Jewelers Beacon Center. Lite Shopping 15 A Miscellaneous Sale 6 DRAWER chest. Glass top metal tbl., 4 padded chairs, yellow, (kitchen or patio), Dehumidifier. Elec. Juicer. Elec. Deep Fry Pan. (new) Misc. items. All good condition NW 12th Ave., Boca. NEW PROGRAMMED TEACHING MACHINE All ages, all subjects and complete educational library. Good terms NYLON sofa, grey $35. dehumidifier $60, elec. mixer $5. elec. juicer $ 12. dishes, misc. items All in good condition. 305, Pc. sectional, beige. -record player and odds & ends SW 9th St. Boca, D Pets For Sate AKC Registered Toy Poodle Puppy, Black, Male. Call , YORKSHIRE Terrior, 9 wk. old male, AKC Reg. Good Background. Leaving area BURMESE KITTENS Healthy, Sable, Rare. 9 weeks, shots, Ft. Lauderdale. YORKSHIRE Terrior, 9 wk. old male, AKC Reg. Good Background. Leaving area MINIATURE PINSCHERT AKC. Champion Sired, 5 wks. 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12 HS3S-FIL5 B BOX 1&78 ST AUGUSTINE FLA 'Waited and Prayed' for News Of Son on Carrier Forrestal Mrs. George Houghton holds picture of her son, Airman Uarl Thome. By Sandy Wesley Mrs. George Houghton is catching up on sleep lost during a weekend long vigil which began with a television report of the fire on the U.S.S. Forrestal and ended with the news that her son, Airman Carl Thome, a crewman aboard the carrier, was safe. The long wait which began Saturday morning ended Monday evening when Carl himself told his parents via overseas phone call that he was "singed but "very thankful to be alive." Carl, 19, attended J.C. Mitchell School and Boca Raton High School before he enlisted in the Navy. He was in charge of the gunnery aboard the Forrestal Ḣe told his parents that he had just gone off duty and had gone 'down to his bunk to get some sleep. The fire alarm went off just as he was getting ready to lie down. He got up, went up to the top deck and found that the fuel had exploded. "He said from then on he was fighting fire," Mrs. Houghton related. First word the Houghtons received that there was trouble aboard the Forrestal was on a television news report at 1:30 a.m. Saturday. From then on the only word they received was what they could gather from television. "I was sick right down to the bottom of my toes," Mrs. Houghton said. '*We just prayed all the while...you pray not only for your own son s safety but for all the other boys on that carrier." Her reaction to the news that her son was safe? "I couldn't begin to describe it to you. I don't know," she answered. "I feel sorry for the parents who received the bad news." Ironically, the Houghtons received a monthly newsletter from the captain of the Forrestal the day after they received word of their son's safety. In his letter, John Beling, commanding officer, wrote "On Tuesday, July 25, about the date this letter reaches you, (Continued on Page 12A) BOCA RATON NEWS Vol. 12, No. 110 August 3, 1967 Thursday 10$ Five-Year Plan Wins OK, Funds on Hand Boca Raton's five-year capital improvement program got the nod Tuesdayfrom aconfideni City Council which already had provided funds for all but one of next year's projects. The only item missing from the general fund budget which Council is now studying won't be paid for from the city treasury, anyway. Slated for a referendum and bond issue is the plan to spend $1.5 million for acquisition of additional beach property. Everything else which the CIP plan proposes for the next fiscal year is in the budget drafted by City Manager Alan Alford and Finance Director Thomas Mullen. Adoption of the CIP plan by Tuesday's Council resolution has no effect on the funding of the projects, and the plan does not commit the city to any of the items recommended for future years. The City Charter specifies. that the plan shall cover a fiveyear period and shall be updated annually by the city manager. Changes in the priority schedule or recommended financing can be made in future revisions. All told, the budgeted items slated for payment from the general fund during the upcoming year amount to less than $200,000, although the plan shows a $4.5 million total for the fiscal year. Bulk of the total is $2.4 million for construction of the ocean outfall and other improvements to the city's sewer Arvida Signs Mortgage Loan for $25.5 Million Expansion of the Boca Raton Hotel and Club will come from finances procured through the largest mortgage loan ever made in the Southeast United States, it was announced this week. Arvida Corporation secured the $25,500, year loan from Aetna Life &. Casualty, a joint statement from Brown L. Watley, president and chief executive officer and E.H. Warner, vice president of Aetna said. Arvida will use the loan proceeds to refinance and consolidate existing indebtedness and to complete a $14 million expansion program for the Hotel Present at mortgage signing were, seated from left, Frank M. Steffans, senior vice president and Brown L. Whatley, president of Arvida; Albert L. and Club. Various Arvida properties in Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Sarasota Counties provide security for the loan. Albert L. Hall, legal officer, mortgage loan department of Aetna, and Whatley completed the transaction on behalf of their respective companies in the New York offices of Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation, Other Arvida officials present at the closing were Frank M. Steffens, senior vice president, administration and finance and Ray M. Shaw, controller. Arvida is one of Florida's largest and most diversified real estate development companies, which has many holdings in the Boca Raton area. system. Funds for the project are no longer any problem, since the revenue certificate issue which will produce the money has passed its last hurdle in the State Supreme Court. Second major item in this year's plan is the proposed City Buys Fire Station Site City Councilmen jumped the gun on their own five-year capital improvement plan. At Tuesday's regular meeting, the Council heard that a lot once reserved as a free site for a fire station was no longer available...so they agreed to buy it for $4,000. Preliminary plans for the fire sub-station, City Manager Alan Alford said yesterday, will be available for review by City Council next week. The station will be located on 12th avenue just south of Palmetto Park road, in Boca Raton Square subdivision. A total of $40,000 previously earmarked for sub-station construction was among the items in the five-year plan. The city recently signed a contract for purchase of a new fire truck for the station, and plans to house a brush truck also at the new facility. July 31-August 2, 1967 Hi Lo Rain Mon Tues Wed. noon Hall and Seneca Anderson of Aetna; standing are Charles A. Duris of Lawyers Title Insurance Co.; Alston Fisher, and Ray M Shaw of Arvida. beach bond issue, totaling $1.5 million. As planned, the issue would be used to acquire additional land near the north beach, in the amount of $1 million. The remaining half-million dollars would be spent for land adjacent to the south beach. Adoption of the CIPplan came in the wake of scant public comment and an hour-long presentation by Robert Rodgers, deputy chairman of the Planning and Zoning Board, which he said represented the official opinion of the board. His pageby-page commentary on the plan listed objections on many points, most of them centering around the payment of land acquisition costs from the general fund rather than through a bond issue. Councilman Sidney Brodhead pointed out that most of the items involved had previously been rejected in a referendum, but still were urgently needed by the city. Jr. College Fees Increase The first basic fee increase in the 34-year history of Palm Beach Junior College will become effective this fall, according to Dr. Harold C. Manor, president. Instead of paying $65 per term, the full-time student will pay $90. Both figures include a student activity fee which was set at $15 in 1965 and remains the same. Students from Florida counties which do not support a junior college must add $37.50 to their fees, instead of $25, and out of state students must add $150 per term, instead of $100. Part-time fees have been raised by 50 per cent. A student taking a three-hour course at night, for instance, will now pay $22.50 instead of $15. Most special fees for classes with unusual expenses remain unchanged. "Fees were consolidated in the fall of 1962," Dr. Manor said, "but this is the first time in the history of the college we have been forced to increase our basic fees," In announcing the fee changes, Dr. Manor said any increase in fees is "regrettable," but added that a cutback in the quality of education offered by the college "would harm our students even more than afee increase." In spite of the increase, Palm Beach Junior College still retains one of the lowest fee schedules of any college in the state. Florida Atlantic University's new catalog is studied by Humanities College student Ann Sheridan. The catalog is the first detailing the new quarter system which goes into effect Sept. 5 at the university. Since its opening, FAU has used the trimester system. Wo State Law on Bridge Fishing Now'--Poulton City Attorney Timothy Poulton told City Council Tuesday night he didn't think there was a state law prohibiting fishing from the Palmetto Park road bridge. The statement came following protests and petitions from residents to a recently erected "no fishing" sign on the bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway. Poulton added, however, that the State Road Board will probably seek legislation prohibiting such fishing. L.N. Landry, assistant district engineer, said recently he would propose the board adopt a policy for all state-maintained draw bridge spans. Action on the matter followed a petition with more than 200 names presented to Council last week. Since that time fishermen have been writing letters to officials of both city and state asking for removal of the sign, Poulton also recommended that the city not prosecute anglers who ignore the fishing ban. City police have indicated, unofficially, they intend to turn their head to infractions to the rule. City Councilman Harold Maull moved that the city formally object to the "no fishing" edict by sending a letter to the Road Board. Poulton said the ban was put into effect because of the danger of fishermen causing accidents on the bridge. But Assistant Police Chief Charles Mc- Cutcheon said there was no record in the police files of this ever happening on the Palmetto Park span. Meanwhile, fishermen have paid little or no attention to the no fishing" sign and continue their quest for snook amost every evening. ^ * * * Amusement Ann Landers Church News Classifieds Editorials Public Notices Real Estate Sports Women's News * JUi Page 6A 3B 7B 10-11A 4A 5A 5B 8-9A 1-2-3B

13 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS Investors' Guide Discussion on Debentures Florida Atlantic University student Hank Brady posts a pro-vietnam-war poster on the campus. He and another student have sparked a "Vietnam Summer" campaign on the FAU campus and are distributing literature to students. Three Men From Boca Raton Get Marymount Scholarships Three young men from Boca Raton are among seven who were awarded scholarships to Marymount College for the term. The seven are the first men to be ad- Space Talk By Col. John A. "Shorty" Powers (Ret.) Dear Col. Powers: We are studying about the various foods needed daily by normal adults and children getting an average amount of exercise. Since the astronauts are unable to get this much exercise during flight are they allowed to eat only small amounts offood?-rexrackley, San Antonio, Texas, age 9. Dear Rex: Astronauts Borman and Lovell, who flew for 14 days in Gemini 7, confirm that space flight is full of exercise, both mental and physical. It's kind of like going to school. Studying your lessons takes mental energy. Then at recess you get a chance to exercise your muscles just as astronauts take exercise breaks during flights. Space meals are planned very carefully to give the Astronauts about 2400 calories each day, along with all the other nutritional elements man needs to keep physically and mentally alert. Dear Col. Powers.- I'd like your opinion on a question that keeps bothering me ever since I made the tour of Cape Kennedy. I understand the two tractors of transporters built at a cost of some $14 million were to be used to move some space vehicle over a re-enforced road. Were they ever used? Considering that amount of money spent, couldn't the vehicle and the building that houses it be built on the site where it would be launched? I'm used to government spending waste, but I'd like a truthful answer. Many thanks and continued success with your interesting column. -Edward C. Spohr, Boca Raton, Fla. Dear Mr. Spohr: Designed and built for the assembly and prelaunch test of Apollo Saturn V rocket vehicles, Cape Kennedy's Vehicle Assembly Building is in use now. The crawler transporter and its three-mile-long, multimillion dollar highway have only been used once, aside from development test. Evidently, Cape Kennedy spacemen did not do a very good job of explaining that the 365-foot-tall Saturn V rocket is loaded with highly combustible fuels, or that an on-the-pad explosion would be felt more than three miles away. Dear Colonel Powers: Could you please tell me how the astronauts escape from or shield themselves from the danger of cosmic ray bombardment? Also, what are the results of excessive exposure? -Rena Bouchal, South Plainsfield, N.J., age 15. Dear Rena: Cosmic radiation, along with other mythical space hazards, has not been a problem to astronauts. Our spacemen have not absorbed any heavy doses of radiation during their near-earth orbits^ Enroute to the moon, the plan is to turn the spacecraft so its heat shield is pointed toward the sun during solar flare activity. Radiation seems to have been overdramatized during early space flight research efforts and is not really considered to be a serious hazard to future flights. The senders of the two best questions each week in the judgment of Col. Powers and the editors of World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc.~ will receive $25 U.S. savings bonds. When submitting questions, please include name andageor occupation. Mail them to Col. John Powers, c/o Boca Raton News, P.O. Box 580, Boca Raton, Fla e World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc. Complete UMBRELLA Protection * Travelers * Aetna * Continental Group * Royal Globe * London & Lancashire * Boston Insurance Co. JOHN D. TALBOTT INSURANCE AGENCY, inc. 489 N.E. 20th St. Boco Raton Ph or mitted to the college as degree candidates. They will be day students in the Liberal Arts curriculum. Although the college has enrolled male students as part-time or special students in the past, this is the first group of men to be registered as full time students. Boca Raton students are Dana L. Dodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Brush, 434 N.E. Fifth Cto, Dennis Lalli, son of Mrs. Sara G; Lalli, 290 W. Palmetto Park Rd., graduates of Boca Raton High School, and John H. Ditmansen, son of Mrs. Victoria Ditmansen, 44 N.E. 14th St., and a graduate of Palm Cove Beach School. Other students are George R. Beck, Miami Springs; David B. Hale, Miami Lakes; Robert Miles Heitzberg, Jr., Hillsboro Beach, and Stanton W. Kay, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. The college will remain a residential college for women, but applications from men who wish to attend as day students in either liberal arts or business curriculum leading to the associate of arts degree are being encouraged to provide a co-educational atmosphere on campus. By Sam Shulsky To return to the discussion of convertible debentures: A glance down any convertible bond list will disclose that some bonds are selling on the basis of their conversion - into - common value; others are selling as nearly straight bonds, with the conversion only a remote hope. If the stock into which the first bond is convertible declines, one must expect the bond itself to come down in price until it approaches its basic investment value where the conversion privilege is no longer a significant market factor. The second bond will continue to sell as a straight bond until such time, if ever, that the underlying common stock rises far enough to make the bond's conversion privilege of some value. Speculators are drawn to the bond selling near its conversion value because they can borrow more money on bonds and can, therefore, get a bigger play from a rise in the stock than if they bought the common shares directly. They are fully conscious, of course, of the bigger risk they are thus taking. More conservative investors would be attracted to the convertible bond selling near its investment value, figuring their downside risk is small and hoping that the conversion privilege, while of no imminent value, may some day work out. This reasoning has some merit: You buy a bond, as a bond, and get a "free ride" on conversion into common,' Charles Hutchinson HAIR FASHIONS Open Monday 40 S.E. 4th Street (4th St. Office Plaza) Ample Parking Space BOCA RATON YOUR TAPE RECORDER & ACCESSORY HEADQUARTIRS FOR SONY- Proof of Sony Tope Recorder Quality A Full ONE YEAR WARRANTY Model 104 Dual Track Portable Model 100 Cassette Cartridge Recorder AC-DC BATTERY a O Model 907 Battery Portable SOLID STATE MUSIC * CENTRE 443 S, Federal Hwy., Boca Raton which, some day, may be worth something. The fallacy, of course, is that the ride isn't "free." Nothing in Wall Street is free. You can be sure that there are precious few "sleepers" in convertibles, as in any other type of security watched closely by the professionals. If a convertible bond sells to yield 4.85%, you can be sure that the same company's (or a similar company's) straight, non-convertible bond is selling to yield 5 or 5-1/4% or even more. If it's true that you can borrow twice as much to buy convertible bonds as you can to margin the common, it's also true that your risk is twice as much as was borne out in the extreme declines in convertible bonds in 1966 when over-zealous speculators were caught and had to liquidate in panic. In some cases, declines in the bonds, percentagewise, exceeded the market drop in the underlying common shares. To sum up: a convertible debenture is a basic form of investment security. As in the case of an automobile, you can use it soberly, or you can use it recklessly. Bought at the right time, it can, and has, shown big profits. Bought at the wrong time it can, Donald Reid Named To FAU Finance Post Douglas S. Reid has been named assistant director of finance and accounting at Florida Atlantic University, effective July 17. Reid assumes the position vacated by Thomas W. Henderson who moved to the post of director of finance and accounting at the University of West Florida. Prior to coming to FAU, Reid was comptroller for Hood's Milk, Inc. in St. Petersburg. He has also served with the firm of Tornwall, Lang & Lee, CPA's, and was for seven years vice- president and manager of McQueen Bros. Oil Co., Inc. An accounting graduate of Syracuse University, he is married and has two teenage daughters. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during both W.W. II and the Korean Conflict. Reid is a native of Syracuse, N.Y. For Classified Ads Call and has, shown big losses. For the professional speculator, it can prove a volatile medium. I do not think it is a sure road to riches for the average investor anymore than putting the average driver behind the wheel of a racing car will give him the first prize at Indianapolis or Sebring. If anything, its value to the small investor is in its defensive strength and not in its '' make - a - fast - million" capabilities. Certainly, as a class of security, it offers NO promise of sure fire, built-in success. Certain bonds may make sense for your protfolip; others would be sheer "poison," Talk them over with your broker and if he thinks they're not for you, he may be right. Why Does CHRAFFtf51 "Cocktail Hour Last Two Hours? (AM Drinks are 48* from 4:00 to 6-00 P.M. Freo Hors d'oeuvres tool) U.S. 1 in Boca Raton Fill your vacation fun with Florida! Ali the historical, cultural and family fun attractions Florida boasts are right in your own backyard, at off-season prices! F L O R I D A P 0 W E R & L I G H T HELPING BUILD FLORIDA C 0 Mr. Shulsky welcomes all reader mail and tries to include all problems of generalinterest in the column. While he cannot undertake to answer all queries personally, readers desiring investment lists should address requests to Sam Shulsky enclosing selfaddressed, stamped envelope care of the Boca Raton News. JUST THE THING TO WEAR AROUND THE HOUSE A State Farm Homeowners Policy. 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14 Boca Raton's new five-year capital improvement program is now a matter of official record. The plan was adopted in a resolution passed Tuesday by the City Council. As vital as it is that Boca Raton should have such a plan, one really is left wondering why its adoption required such a colossal fuss. At Tuesday's public hearing on the plan with one exception not substantially different from the way it was drafted by the city manager Council heard two or three brief but relevant comments from the audience and along, "official" harrangue from a delegate of the Planning and Zoning Board. At the core of the Planning and Zoning Board s criticism of the five-year plan was its objection to methods of financing. In essence, the board felt that land acquisition should be financed by bond issues. As far as the hearing Tuesday was concerned, the Board's comments were after the fact and almost totally irrelevant. Earlier in the CIP discussions, the board defaulted on an opportunity to submit a written set of recommendations in time for inclusion in the plan. To return at a later date with verbal criticism of the plan is more than a little presumptuous.,.althoughit's obviously every citizen's right to speak up at the public hearing. Even at that, the P&Z comments weren't directed toward the city's long range planning Views of Other Newspapers The long, hot summer is upon us. It is evident from the soraing marks left each day by the thermometer. It is even more evident from the reports of violence, rioting, looting, arson and killing which have disrupted many of our cities. The picture which emerges from newspapers, magazines, radio and television is not one which boosts American prestige. It is a picture of lawless mobs eager to riot at the slightest provocation. Reports tell of the malicious destruction of property with rocks and fire, of stores being pillaged in broad daylight and of hoodlums carrying off stolen merchandise with a brazen air of self righteousness. Firemen risking their lives by answering alarms are attacked with rocks and even used as human targets by unscrupulous snipers armed with rifles. Officers whose duty it is to maintain law and order are set upon with flying bricks and Molotov cocktails, many of the missiles coming from teen-agers perched on rooftops. Innocent by-passers find their cars and lives threat-. ened. The triggering excuse for this destruction and bloodshed may be anything from dissatisfaction with the size of welfare payments to annoyance at being arrested for drunken driving. An almost constant charge in these incidents is "police brutality." In fact the allegation is made so often that it appears prompted by a conditioned reflex rather than by any substance in fact. By and large America's policemen are welltrained, considerate, honest and decent men trying hard to perform a difficult task. It is their job to uphold law and order and to make cities safe places to walk, work, drive and enjoy. It is a responsibility the police cannot abdicate either because of the intensity of the violence or because of the Tightness of the basic cause which may have triggered it. Unfortunately hoodlums cannot be curbed with feather dusters. Officers of the law must use every reasonable and legitimate means to restore order and to disarm and subdue those who violate the peace of our cities. In this effort the police need the support and encouragement of the community. But it is apparent that the police have become the innocent victims in these disorders. Frequently they are attacked because they symbolize the establishment in our society, A very promising development occurred in Tampa, Fla., and Dayton, Ohio, where youthful members of the depressed community formed volunteer patrols which calmed restless crowds, persuaded them to disperse and thus helped to maintain peace and order. It is a splendid example of responsibility which hopefully will be imitated in all parts of the country. Particularly it should receive the encouragement and cooperation of all city officials. But however successful such calming efforts will be it must be remembered that quieting the rioting deals only with an ugly symptom, not the basic disease. While not excusing the senseless violence, a number of responsible studies have indicated that the disorders are but skin eruptions of deep, festering wounds in American society. These wounds are poverty, inadequate housing, lack of education, lack of salable skills, lack of opportunity, discrimination, frustration, broken homes, neglected children, no sense of belonging and no sense of responsibility. Some of the most recent testimony on the problem has come from President Johnson's crime commission. Its study declared that the inner city riots are a "cry for help" which must not be ignored. "The ghetto itself, with all the shameful economic, social, political and psychological deprivation it causes, must be done awa^ with once and for all," the commission said. The riots have let America know that this is what must be The problems under study are complicated and exceedingly difficult. They need the wholehearted cooperation of both the depressed and more prosperous areas of our society for Planning? Long, Hot Summer and physical development, its specific concern, but to the financing of the plan. Financial considerations are the area in which the city manager and finance officer operate, and in which they're far better informed obviously than members of the planning board. Authorizing the expenditures, and making the final decision on the source of the funds, is exclusively the task of the City Council. The Planning Board's decision to spend time worrying about things which are not its concern is of debatable wisdom. Tuesday's comments on one area in which the Planning Board should function with vigor and clarity ~ planning for park and recreation facilities would seem to indicate that the planners have strayed far from the main stream of urban development and Boca Raton's character. The suggestion that Boca Raton would be better served by a couple of large recreation areas, to the exclusion of any small parks, and that this has been adopted as a matter of "philosophy" by the board, spells nothing but future-head aches. This end-of-the-nose philosophy should not be allowed to become a permanent part of the municipal program and pervade future long-range capital improvement plans. It's a long and interesting subject, and one to which we'll be devoting more space in future editorials. proper solution. Some depressed members of society have the intelligence, courage, determination and patience to rise above their surroundings by lifting themselves by their bootstraps. Indeed great men have risen from the depths of slavery and poverty to the peak of dignity and achievement. However it is a human miracle which not all people can achieve. Still there must be a firm will for self-improvement if the poor and uneducated ever are to rise above their misery. It cannot be obtained through dole or social assistance alone. It certainly is important that leaders of the depressed community should not neglect to stress the advantages of self-help. For it is courageous personal initiative and achievement which inspire the self-confidence and self-respect needed for responsible citizenship. It certainly displays a deplorable sense of irresponsibility for self-appointed leaders of the depressed community to incite the people to violence and destruction and to paint every effort by police to maintain order as "racist aggression" which must be met by "armed resistance." The tragedy of the situation is that American society has the wealth, knowledge and experience to eradicate most of the basic problems which lead to the seething frustrations which erupt in rioting and violence. What is lacking is the determined cooperation of all phases of society. The more opulent citizens have been inclined to ignore the problem because it rarely affects them directly. Public officials frequently deal with the question with an eye mainly on political advantage. Some leaders of the depressed community have approached the dilemmalargely with a view to securing a personal following, frequently suggesting steps which divide rather than unite our society. As long as such lack of interest, political chicanery and divisive demagoguery characterize American reaction to the serious problems of poverty, unemployment, discrimination, lack of education and lack of opportunity, so long will the frustrations of the depressed areas continue. So long will there be the sad specter of long, hot summers of violence, looting, destruction and chaos. -Elmer Von Feldt in Colombia Timely Uniform time is fine. Clocks in every time zone should be synchronized, whether under standard time in winter or daylight time in summer. However, the suggestion of Leonard Jaffe, director of space applications programs for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, that the whole world have one time, goes much too far. Under Mr. Jaffe's plan, it would be noon in all parts of the globe at the same time. This could be in the middle of the night in Portland and at midday in Moscow. Satellite communications, by which everyone in the world would watch the same live television program at the same instant, and supersonic transportation will make this possible, he told the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Assn. So that people wouldn't have to work all the time in the dark and sleep or watch prime programs by daylight, Mr. Jaffe would cut the length of day to 23 hours and 56 minutes. This, he said, would give everyone an equal number of days in each year with sunlight during working hours. Some opponents of daylight time contend it confuses the cows. Jaffe time would be even more confusing for the milkman and all the rest of us. So far as we're concerned they can tape their satellite TV programs and show them at our convenience. If present shows are a criterion, few will be worth watching anyway., -The Oregonian The View from Tallahassee More Tinkering, Less Chance By»Malcolm B. Johnson The Constitution redraft on which the House is working in special session would give us a good fundamental law acceptable to most Floridians if not a word were changed in passage through the Legislature. The Senate started with a document which is slightly better, and probably would be just as readily ratified by the people; but it will be harder to get through the Legislature. Most of the changes wanted by Governor Kirk -- and by textbook political scientists in and out of the Legislature probably can't get through the House and Senate, and would make popular ratification doubtful if they did. The more tinkering the Legislature does with these drafts submitted by constitutional scholars of the Revision Commission the less chance there will be to put a new Constitution up for popular vote this year and get it accepted by the people. The House and Senate working drafts of the present system of Florida state and local government codified and condensed into a less duplicative and ambiguous document, with some of "An Old Favorite Is Back" the least controversial changes proposed by the Revision Commission added. Probably the best feature of both drafts is a new procedure for future revisions of the Constitution. As proposed by the Revision Commission, the Constitution in the future could be rewritten by legislative initiative, by another Revision Commission, by a convention, or by petition and referendum of the people without legislative review. The greatest barrier to revision of the Constitution all these years since 1885 has been the requirement that any new document must run the gamut of self-serving politics which is inevitable with legislative review. If that alone is overcome in the revision now contemplated, the people later can add to, take from or change the new Constitution more easily after proper deliberation in the future. But this revision has to get through the 1967 Legislature, with all its discord and governmental naivete. Every debatable change in the beginning draft will find it objectors, and a compounding of objections could "~*3, Behind the News in Business By Leslie Gould put the whole document in jeopardy. It will be hard enough to get the required number of votes to hold in the new Constitution such proposed changes as the broader revision plan, annual legislative sessions, virtual elimination of local bills by granting law-making power to county commissions,; easier consolidation of cities, counties and multi-county school systems, and local option for reducing or abolishing homestead exemption. All those, as recommended by the Revision Commission, are in the drafts which both the House and Senate will have before them when the special session convenes. The Senate draft also contains a highly controversial provision for streamlining the State judicial system. F urthermore, the Senate draft retains the Revision Commission's proposal to let the Legislature create separate classifications of property which could be taxed at different rates uniform and equal within each class, instead of requiring all property of any kind to be taxed at a uniform rate. It's one of the finer features of the revision, because it allows fair flexibility in taxation, but it may bring some votes against the new Constitution. Governor Kirk and, strangely, the more liberal political scientists, could scuttle the whole thing if they insisted on scrapping the unique Florida Cabinet system in which six independently elected administrative officials sit with the Governor as a board of directors on executive policy. It would be good business for the Legislature to adopt provisions recommended by the Revision Commission and the Governor for general obligation bonds to finance state institutional construction. But that might be too much for the people to swallow, with or without the Governor's requested $425 million road building bond issue which would be backed by the full credit of the State plus an extra penny of tax on each gallon of gasoline. This Legislature could save itself time and temper by quickly placing either the House or Senate draft on a special election ballot for this fall. If could, simultaneously put on the ballot an amendment authorizing the road bond program under the present or new Constitution. It would do well to leave most of the other controversial items for the 1968 general election or for future Legislatures. A Recession in Europe? While the U.S. economic picture has cleared somewhat ~ there being little likelihood of a recession in contrast to fears earlier in the year the same cannot be said for Europe. The economic outlook in West Germany, France and Britain is decidedly mixed. The same to a lesser extent in the other countries making up the two rival trading blocs the six nation Common Market (ECC) and the seven nation European Free Trade Association (EFT A). The only exception is Italy where the economy shows no outward signs of faltering. West Germany's economy is stagnating after a long period of unprecedented boom. Now, the Bonn government is faced with a rising deficit with no offsetting increase in revenues. Spending is on the rise so the Kiesinger government is weighing cuts in outlays and increases in taxes. A new political crisis is threatening, which could jeopardize the party in the power's slim majority. Kiesinger's own party, ruling through a coalition, is split over his proposals for hikes in income and sales taxes and cuts in social security and defense outlays. Wages and prices are spiralling, putting a squeeze on profits. Business is in a recession and little hope is held for a reversal in the trend before next year. France is experiencing a slower growth which could develop into a recession. Exports are dropping and domestic consumers, worrying about unemployment and inflation, are cutting back their spending. To bolster its economy, France is moving to channel more money into housing, highways and other public works, including the state run telephone system. Aid will be given to firms investing in depressed areas, and labor is promised profit-sharing. The outlook is glum and it will become more so if the American economy slows down a fact of life even cantankerous General De Gaulle must faceup to France is dependent on American good times. Britain continues to live in a crisis atmosphere. Unemployment is rising, as a result of the government policy of forcing workers from domestic consumer lines into export producing fields. The balance of payments deficit persists. The pound sterling is far from out of the woods. A new sterling crisis may be in the making. The British situation is being further complicated by the firming of money rates in the U.S. This could lead to higher rates in Britain and the rest of Europe at a time when the need is for stimulation of the economies there. The Mideast war curtailing oil from that area has added to the economic woes of Western Europe. Oil has gone up in price. The U.S. is supplying oil, again bringing home to that area, particularly France, the dependency on America. In peace as well as in war, Western Europe is dependent on the economic power of the U.S. Thursday 4A August 3, 1967 Published every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 34 S.E. 2nd St., Boca Raton, Fla., 33432, by the Boca Raton Publishing Co., Inc. Phone JOHN T. OPEL Editor H. CLAY RILEY Adv. Mgr. Entered as second class mail at the postoffice at Boca Raton, Florida under the act of March 8, Member of the Florida Press Association and National Newspaper Association. Subscription rates: By carrier in the city 70^ per month; by mail in the U.S., one year $10.00, 6 months $6.00, 3 months $4.00.

15 # #. the cracker critic Recent Reading By Ed Hirshberg "Reading Recent American Literature," by Albert Howard Carter. Moritz Diesterweg, Germany. Here's a capsule view of some of the greatest works by modern American writers. Originally meant for foreigners, we can recommend it highly as a handy reference for any natives who might want to learn Ed Hirshberg something about their own literature from a sensitive and knowledgeable critic. Albert H. Carter is an English professor at Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg. He's also a poet of considerable stature. A couple of years back he got a Fulbright Award to teach American lit erare at the University of Munich, Germany, and this book, published in Germany but written in English, is an outgrowth of his lectures there. The refreshing thing about the selections Dr. Carter writes about is that they represent the best that is being produced in this country right now. He makes no plea for the "beat" or the "square", but goes right down the middle, picking works that he calls "good" because they "continue to delight throughout and after examination." Here's a list of the American authors he chooses for detailed examination of some of their writings: Archibald MacLeish, Sherwood Anderson, Karl Shapiro, Wallace Stevens, John Gould Fletcher, Kenneth Fearing, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, W.H. Auden, Marianne Moore, Richard Eberhart, Richard Wilbur, E. E. Cummings, and J. D. Salinger. All of them, except for Salinger and Anderson, are poets. Most aiewell known, their reputations solidly established. The only one you'd call "way out is Ferlinghetti, who is highly thought of as a satirist on both sides of the Atlantic, despite the difficulty people have in trying to understand him. Carter analyzes brilliantly one or two poems by each of these writers, and stories by Anderson and Salinger. Unlike most American critics, he explains why he thinks the selections are worth knowing about in terms that most Americans can understand. Wildlife Artist Wins Stamp Competition A trio of bobwhite quail will be featured on wildlife management area stamps for the hunting season. The winning wildlife design, resulting from a statewide contest, was created by Richard E. Younger, 4361 Lagg Avenue, Fort Myers. Results of the art contest were announced today by W.T. McBroom, Chairman, Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Younger's winning design illustrated three bobwhite quail in flight against a wooded background. The design is titled "Heading for Cover." Second place in the contest was awarded to Victor H. Eliassen of Tallahassee, third place went to Mrs. Barbara Brantly of West Palm Beach. A wildlife management area stamp is required in order to hunt on Florid a wildlife management areas and may be obtained at the offices of all County Judges or their authorized license agents. The wildlife management area stamp replaces the former management,area permit and must be attached to the hunter's license and signed by the hunter. The winning wildlife artist, Richard E. Younger, was born in Sedalia, Missouri, and moved to Florida in He studied art at the Kansas City Art Institute and under the late Remington Schuyler, a noted western artist. He is a free lance outdoor and wildlife ar- Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time thfe City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING SECTION (3) YARD EN- CROACHMENTS AND SECTION (a) SWIMMING POOL SETBACKS. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hoars, S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication tist and is presently working on a project of illustrating "Vanishing Species of Birds," published by Caribbean Gardens, Naples. His outdoor and wildlife illustrations appear in the Standard Fishing Encyclopedia by Mc- Clane and illustrations in a series of Golden Nature Guide books. McBroom said, "By awarding first place to Richard E. Younger's design, the Commission not only recognized an outstanding wildlife artist, but also pays tribute to a bird that is cherished by both sportsman and nature lover. The bobwhite quail illustrated on the wildlife management area stamp is destined to become a collectors item." Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING FOR THE INTER-DEPART- MENTAL TRANSFER OF FUNDS UNDER THE AUTHOR- ITY OF SECTION 7.09(d) OF THE CITY CHARTER. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING THAT THE CODE OF ORDI- NANCES OF THE CITY BE AMENDED BY REVISING SEC- TION 25-62, WHICH IS THE DISTRICT ZONING MAP OF SAID CODE, REZONING LOTS 1 AND 2, BLOCK 9, MAP OF BOCARATONE, AND BLOCK 6 OF SPANISH RIVER LAND COMPANY'S PLAT "A" FROM R-3 TO R-3-A. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours, E/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARINC will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING CHAPTER 21 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY ADDING SECTION 21-7 TO PROVIDE FOR THE PROHIBITION OF TRUCKS ON CERTAIN STREETS IN THE CITY OF BOCA RATON. THE CITY OF BOCA RATON HEREBY ORDAINS: Section 1. That Chapter 21 of the Code of Ordinances be amended by adding a Section 21-7 as follows: (a) The following streets in the City of Boca Raton are designated as "Primary Routes": (1) Dixie Highway from Hillsborough River (Canal) to Hidden Valley Canal (C-15). (2) Glades Road from the S.C. L. R.R, to the El Rio Canal (E-4). (3) N.W. 13th Street from the El Rio Canal (E-4) to Dixie Highway. (b) The following streets in the City of Boca Raton are designated as "Secondary Routes": (1) Royal Palm Way from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (2) S.E. 15th Street from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (3) S.E. 14th Street from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (4) S.E. 13th Street from 450 feet west to U.S. 1 (SR 5), (5) S.E. 11th Street from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (6) Camino Gardens Blvd. from 500 feet West of S.W. 4th Avenue to the F.E.C. R.R. (7) Camino Real (West and East) from S.W. 3rd Avenue to U.S.I (SR 5). (8) S.E. 9th, S.E. 8th, S.E. 7th, S.E. 6th and S.E. 5th Streets from Dixie Highway to U.S.I (SR 5). (9) S.W. 7th Street from S.W. 3rd Avenue to S.W. 2nd Avenue. (10) Golfview Drive from U.S.I (SR 5) to S.E. 2nd Avenue. (11) S.E. 4th Street & Alley from S.E. 5th Street to U.S.I (SR 5). (12) S.W. 3rd Street from S.W. 2nd Avenue to S.W. 1st Avenue. (13) S.E. 3rd and 2nd Streets from Dixie Highway to S.E. 1st Avenue. (14) S.E. 1st Street from Dixie Highway to Golfview Drive and S.E. 2nd Avenue. (15) Palm Avenue East from S.E. Wavecrest Way to SR A-l-A. (16) Royal Palm Road from Dixie Highway to S.E. 2nd Avenue and Golfview Drive. (17) Palmetto Park Road (West and East) from S.W. 12th Avenue to SR A-l-A. (18) Boca Raton Road from Dixie Highway to N.E. 2nd Avenue. (19) N.W. 2nd Street from N.W; 2nd Avenue to N.E. 1st Avenue. (20) N.E. 2nd Street from N.E. 1st Avenue to N.E. 2nd Avenue. (21) N.W. 3rd Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue. (22) N.W. 4th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue. (23) N.W. 4th Diagonal from N.W. 4th Avenue to N.W. 2nd Avenue. (24) N.E. 6th Street from Dixie Highway to U.S. 1 (SR 5). (25) N.E. 6th Street from US 1 (SR 5) to N.E. 2nd Avenue. (26) N.E. 8th Street from Dixie Highway to US 1 (SR 5). (27) N.E. 10th Street from Dixie Highway to US 1 (SR 5). (28) N.W. 11th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue. (29) N.E. 11th Street from Dixie Highway to N.E. 1st Ave. and from N.E. 2nd Avenue to US 1 (SR 5). (30) N.W. 16th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Court. (31) N.W. 19th Street from El Rio Canal (E-4) to N.W. 2nd Avenue. (32) N.W. 20th Street from El Rio Canal (E-4) to Dixie Highway. (33) N.W. 24thStreetfromN.W. 2nd Avenue to N.W. 1st Avenue. (34) N.W. 28th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to Dixie Highway. (35) N.W. 35th Street from El Rio Canal (E-4) to N.W. 2nd Avenue, (36) N.W. 40th Street from N.W. 2nd Avenue to Dixie Highway. (37) N.E. 40th Street from Dixie Highway to US 1 (SR 5). (38) N.W. 51st Street from N.W. 5th Avenue to Dixie Highway. (39) N.E. 51st Streetfrom Dixie Highway to U.S. 1 (SR5). (40) Newcastle Street from US 1 (SR 5) to N.E. 7th Avenue. (41) Kingsbridge (58) Street from US 1 (SR 5) to N.E. 7th Avenue. (42) Hidden Valley Blvd. from Country Club Blvd. to Dixie Highway. (43) Hidden Valley Blvd. from Dixie Highway to US 1 (SR 5). (44) SR A-l-A from South Palm Beach County Line to South Highland Beach Town Line. (45) Wavecrest Way from Fern Drive to E. Palmetto Park Road. (46) N.E. 7th Avenue from Newcastle Street to Kingsbridge Street. (47) N.E. 5th Avenue from N.E. 16th Street to U.S. 1 (SR 5). (48) S.E. 2nd Avenue from Golfview Drive to E. Palmetto Park Rdad, (49) N.E. 2nd Avenue from E. Palmetto Park Road to N.E. 6th Street. (50) S.E. 1st Avenue from S.E. 3rd Street to E. Palmetto Park Road. (51) N.E. 1st Avenue from E. Palmetto Park Road to N.E. 2nd Street. (52) U.S.I (SR 5) from Hillsborough River (Canal) to Hidden Valley Canal (C-15). (53) S.W. 1st Avenue from S.W. 3rd Street to W. Palmetto Park Road. (54) N.W. 1st Avenue from W. Palmetto Park Road to N.W. Hth Street; from N.W. 13th Street to N.W. 20th Street; from N.W. 24th Street to N.W. 28th Street. (55) N.W. 1st Court from N.W. 13th Street to N.W. 20th Street. (56) Oak Circle from N.W. 40th Street to N.W. 2nd Avenue. (57) N.W. 1st Place from N.W. 20th Street to 600 feet North. (58) S.W. 2nd Avenue from S.W. 11th Place to Camino Gardens Blvd. or Camino Real and from S.W. 7th Street to S.W. 3rd Street, (59) N.W. 2nd Avenue from W. Palmetto Park Road to N.W. 4th Street and Diagonal and from N.W, 11th Street to Oak Circle. (60) S.W. 3rd-Avenue from Camino-.:: Real, to S.W. 7th Street. (61) S.W. 4th Avenue from S.W. 11th Place to CaniinoGardens Blvd. (62) N.W. 4th Avenue from W. Palmetto Park Road to N.W. 4th Diagonal and N.W. 7th Street. (63) N.W. 5th Avenue from N.W. 20th Street to N.W. 35th Street. (64) Meadows Road from N.W. 8th Street to N.W, 7th Avenue. (65) N.W. 7th Avenue from Meadows Road to N.W. 13th Street, (66) Juana Road and S.W. 12th Avenue from S.W. 18th Street to W. Palmetto Park Road. (67) Perimeter Road from Glades Road to the Boca Raton Airport. (c) Trucks passing through the City without a destination in the City shall use only primary routes or State Highway A-l-A. (d) Trucks with a point of origin within r the City limits and av.destin,ati,qn*routside the City limitsj«snali;proceed from the point of r origin to the closest primary or secondary route and proceed along primary or secondary routes to the City limits. (e) Trucks entering the City from outside the City and going to any destination within the City shall use only primary or secondary routes to the closest point to point of destination. (f) A truck with a point of origin inside the City limits and a destination inside the City limits (and this includes a situation in which a truck from outside the City limits has made a delivery in the City and is in the process of making subsequent deliveries within the City) shall proceed from the point of origin to the closest primary or secondary route and proceed along primary or secondary routes to the closest point to the point of destination. (g) Trucks of any governmental agency or franchised public service corporations (Florida Power and Light Company, Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, and Florida Public Utilities Company) are excluded from the operation of this section. (h) The Director of Public Works is directed forthwith to procure such number of signs indicating "Primary Truck Route" or "Secondary Truck Route'-'*ass>he*deems necessary to designate such routes. He is directed further to post such signs at all entrances to the City and to post such signs at appropriate intervals on such routes, (i) The Director of Public Works shall, upon the recommendation of the Director of Engineering, post on any other street in the City signs bearing the following language: "No Through Trucks." (j) The Finance Director is directed to mail, by'certified mail return receipt requested, to all firms licensed to do business within the City, a copy of this ordinance. Upon return of the receipt, the Finance Officer shall notify the Police Chief of the completion of notification. If a driver of a truck owned by any such firm is found to be in violation of this ordinance after such notification, he shall be guilty of the offense hereinafter provided for. (k) If, after the effective date of this ordinance, the driver of a truck owned by any firm not notified as provided in subsection (j) hereof is found to be in violation of this section, he shall be given a warning by the police officer involved, who shall obtain the name and address of the owner of the truck. Such name and address shall be supplied by the police officer to the Finance Director who shall forthwith mail a copy of this ordinance to such owner as provided in subsection (j) above. Upon a subsequent violation by a driver of a vehicle owned by an owner so notified, such driver shall be guilty of the offense hereinafter provided for. (1) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be punished in accordance with the terms of Section 1-8 of this Code of Ordinances, (m) Temporary truck routes may be established by the Director of Engineering; and the Director of Public Works shall post the standard "Primary Truck Route" or "Secondary Truck Route" sign with an attachment designating "Temporary". (n) This section shall become effective thirty days after adoption. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967 in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING CHAPTER 11 OF THE CODE OF' ORDINANCES BY ADDING A SECTION 11-5 PROVIDING FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE FIRE PREVENTION CODE AS RECOMMENDED BY THE AMERICAN INSURANCE AS- SOCIATION, SECTION The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof erf Publication NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARINC will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at 7:30 P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING SECTIONS 25-3 (39) AND (41) AND SECTIONS (F) AND (H) OF THE CODE OF ORDI- NANCES PROVIDING THAT THE AMENDMENTS MADE TO THESE SECTIONS BY ORDI- NANCE NO APPLY ONLY TO SUBDIVISIONS PLATTED AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THAT ORDINANCE. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE The following ORDINANCE No was adopted and passed into law on the 25th day of July, 1967, at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Boca Raton. Copies of this Ordinance are on file in the office of the City Clerk and available for inspection during regular working hours. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT OF THE EXISTING WEST 60 FEET OF SANITARY SEWER EASE- MENT ON LOT 15, BLOCK 13, REPLAT OF BOCA RATON HILLS SECTION 2, PLAT BOOK 23, PAGE 99, PUBLIC REC- ORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Public Notices NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE The following ORDINANCE No was adopted and passed into law on July 25, 1967, at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Boca Raton. Copies of this Ordinance are on file in the office of the City Clerk and available for inspection during regular working hours. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT OF ALL STREETS OF VISTA DEL LAGO, ASRECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 12, PAGE 31, AND THE STREETS BETWEEN THE SOUTH 1/2 OF BLOCK 9 AND THE SOUTH 1/2 OF BLOCK 16, MAP OF BOCA RATONE, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE. 7. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk. Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of. Publication NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE INSTALLA- TION OF SANITARY SEWERS ON N.E. 20TH AND N.E. 32ND STREETS BETWEEN DIXIE HIGHWAY AND FEDERAL HIGHWAY BETWEEN N. E. 20TH AND N.E. 32ND STREETS AND ON ALL STREETS IN THE AREA BOUNDED BYN.E.20TH AND N.E. 32ND STREETS AND NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY AND FEDERAL HIGHWAY, NOTICE IS HEREBY made that there will be a public hearing on the 15th day of August, 1967, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, Boca Raton, Florida, at which time the owners of properties to be assessed, or any other persons interested therein, may appear and be heard as to the propriety and advisability of making such improvement, as to the cost thereof, as to the manner of payment therefor and as to the amount thereof to be assessed against each property s o improved, concerning the properties abutting the following described streets in the City of Boca Raton: N.E. 20th and N.E. 32nd Streets between Dixie Highway and Federal Highway, on Federal Highway between N.E. 20th and N.E. 32nd Streets and all streets in the area bounded by N.E. 20th and N.E. 32nd Streets and North Dixie Highway and Federal Highway. All persons interested are hereby notified that a description of each property to be assessed and the amount to be assessed against each piece or parcel of property may be ascertained at the Office of the Clerk of the City of Boca Raton, City Hall, Boca Raton, Florida. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: July 27th and August 3rd, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication BELOW BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, A Public Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH JU- DITIAL COURT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY (CIVIL ACTION) NO. 67 C 2674 (Downey) SUMMONS AND NOTICE CITY OF BOCA RA-) TON, a municipal corp-) oration organized under) the laws of the State) of Florida, ) Plaintiff,) vs. BOCA RATON CLUB,) INC., a corporation;) REAL ESTATE PORT-) FOLIO OF NEW YORK,) INC., a corporation;) FLOEREAL CORPOR-) ATION, a corporation;) MARTIN MORGEN-) STERN; SIDNEY S.) BRODHEAD and OPAL) G. BRODHEAD, his) wife; ) Defendants.) THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: BOCA RATON CLUB, INC., REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO OF NEW YORK, INC., FLOER- EAL CORPORATION, MARTIN MORGEN- STERN, SIDNEY S. BRODHEAD AND OPAL G. BRODHEAD, HIS WIFE, AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY summoned to show cause why the property described in the Complaint herein should not be taken, by serving an. answer containing written defenses to the Complaint upon Plaintiff's Attorney, Timothy P. Poulton, City Hall, Boca Raton, Florida, not later than August 22, In its complaint in this case the City of Boca Raton seeks to acquire through the exercise of eminent domain the following described real property: The South 500 feet of Section 9, Township 47 South, Range 43 East, Palm Beach County, Florida, lying East of the East right-of-way line of the Intracoastal Waterway, as recorded in Plat Book 17, Page 21, of the public records of Palm Beach County, Florida, and West of the Atlantic Ocean, less the right-of-way for State Road A1A. DATE: July, 14, 1967 (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) JOHN B. DUNKLE As clerk of said Circuit Court. By/s/Thaddie P. Plant Thaddie P. Plant, Deputy Clerk Publish in Boca Raton News: July 20, 27, Aug. 3, 10, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication Timothy P. Poulton Attorney for Plaintiff, City Boca Raton, Florida COST All Furniture Reduced INTERIORS Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following proposed Ordinance at P.M. on August 22, 1967, in the Council Room at City Hall, at which time the City Council will consider its adoption into Law. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOCA RATON AMENDING SECTION 7-65 (B) (3) PER- TAINING TO MEETINGS OF MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS EXAMINING BOARD; AMEND- ING SECTION 7-68 CONCERN- ING REQUIRING CREDIT RE- PORTS BY APPLICANTS FOR LICENSES FOR MECHANICAL CONTRACTING; AND AMEND- ING SECTION 7-70 (a) (7) CON- CERNING REVOCATION OF CERTIFICATES OF COMPE- TENCY AND/OR OCCUPA- TIONAL LICENSES UPON AD- JUDICATION OF BANK- RUPTCY. The above Ordinance in its entirety may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk during regular working hours. S/Jacob Heidt Jacob Heidt, City Clerk Publish: August 3, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA; IN PROBATE, NO IN RE: ESTATE OF ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND, Deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- CERN: Notice is hereby given that ORPHA T. MARWITT, as Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND, deceased, lias filed her final report as said Executrix of the estate of ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND, deceased; that she has filed her petition for final discharge, and that she will apply to the County Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida, on the 16th day of August, 1967, for approval of same and for final discharge as said Executrix of the estate of ANTON B. TWINGSTRAND, deceased, on this 19th day of July, 1967." S/Orpha T. Marwitt Orpha T. Marwitt, Executrix of the estate of ANTON B. TWINGSJRAND, deceased. Hallman, Meeker & Sanson 131 Northeast First Avenue Boca Raton, Florida Attorneys for Executrix Publish Boca Raton News: July 20, 27, August 3, 10, 1967 Furnish Proof of Publication For Classified Ads» Call EAST PALMETTO ROAD, BOCA RATON

16 6A Thursday/August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS "The Monkees," a crazy mixed-up weekly half-hour show recounting the bizarre misadventures of a quartet of teenage musicians, returns this Fall to the NBC television network for its second zany season. Micky Dolenz, David Jones, Mike Nesmith, and Peter Tork comprise the mod, mop-top Monkees. The Monkees are seen Monday at 7:30 p.m. The Only Legitimate Family Style BURLESK REVUE IN FLORIDA THIS IS BURLESK Hundreds of letters and "phone calls forced us to bring back the funniest burleskj team to appear] at the Red Gar- P et - Nothing Vulgar EARL VAN and the gorgeous SHERRI BENET Laurie Layne Exotic Dancer Mitzi Meade, Comedienne THREE SHOWS NITELY 8:30 P.M. DINNER SHOW Other Shows 10 & 12 Midnight DINNER from $2.95 to 4 A.M. Nun Diners Welcome Casual Attire CLOSED SUNDAY NO MINIMUM Complete Dinner Special FILET MIGNON $2.95 Only Prime Meats Served Monday thru Friday RED CARPET STEAKHOUSE and SUPPER CLUB 11B4 S. Fed. Hwy a Pompano Bch. Reservations Suggested Em MOST * r.vi EXCITING -f f ocean PORPOISE SHOW OF ALL! WORLD roapoiseshow AND HOME» OF DiVT JONES- LOCKER NEW! Only Revolving OiltraffM W U TowirinlfctJquU Star Porpoises. Porpoise Play Pool i Man-Eatinz Sharks < Divers, Aquaraaids > Giant Sea Turtles Coral Reef Fish I Playful Sea Lions Macaws 1 Monkeysf Island Tour tut Cruist (optional) Kain or Shine 7 Days a Week k From 10 a.m. Lart Show 4 p.m.. S'E.!7ll] V.-'CAUVWAY-EORT taudekoale f Betweefi'llS. I 4 AM Nexllo tony'ifwi'mnrk.! For Classified Ads Call SELLING YOUR HOME? For Beit Results SEE YOUR REALTOR Bridge Class Set to Start Ethel Galant will teach a new series of bridge classes at the Community Center beginning next week. Classes for intermediate students will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9 and classes for beginners will start at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11. The course will run for eight weeks. Carlton Will Teach Guitar A new series of guitar lessons taught by Fred Carlton will begin Saturday at the Community Center. Classes for beginners through advanced students will be held at 1, 2, and 3 p.m. The courses will run for six weeks. New Course In Embroidery A new series of classes in liquid embroidery will begin Monday, Aug. 7. The six week course will be taught at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Center by Lillian Abbott. Mary mount College Artists Series Will Open Oct. 11 The second Annual Artist Series sponsored by Marymount College will feature four concerts by outstanding national and international artists. Opening the series October 11, is Nicholas Di Virgilio, operatic tenor. November 28, the series presents concert pianist Lorin Hollander, who recently completed a world-wid e tour with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Max Rudolf. From Zurich, Switzerland, the Kammermusic - Ensemble, the Zurich Chamber Octet, makes its Florida debut at the college January 17. Concluding the series March 25, will be the Norman Walker Dance Company. The concerts will be held in Founders' Hall Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. on the college campus. Nicholas Di Virgilio made his debut at the Boston Arts Festival in 1961 and is unquestionably the great new Italianate tenor on the musical scene today. No artist has enjoyed a more rapid rise to stardom than this young tenor. As leading tenor of the touring Metropolitan Opera National Company, he appeared in major cities from coast to coast during , and he has also sung principal roles with the New York City Opera, the Washington Opera Society, the Baltimore Civic Opera, and the Chautauqua Opera Association. He was selected to sing the "War Requiem" of Benjamin Britten in its American premier at the Tanglewood Music Festival and was honored to sing at the Kennedy Memorial Mass at Holy Cross Cathedral in Boston. This latter performance was recorded by RCA Victor on a special memorial album. Mr. Di Virgilio made his television debut with the NBC Opera Compny in "TheLoveof Three Kings," He has appeared with major symphony orchestras across the country including those of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Seattle, Buffalo and Rochester. Recording on the RCA Victor and Columbia labels, he recently recorded Beethoven's Ninth Symphony for Columbia Records, Leonard Bernstein, conducting. His recital will consist of a repertoire including operatic excerpts from Carmen, Don Pasquale, La Boheme, Madame Butterfly, Rigoletto, Traviata, Tosca, and the Merry Widow. Lorin Hollander, at 22 years of age, has already celebrated his tenth anniversary on the concert stage. Described recently by a critic of the New York Times as "the leading pianist of his generation," Lorin Hollander generates a dynamic excitement on the concert platform and his astounding technical abilities and senstivie interpretations mark him as one of the most individual young artists now appearing before the public. Since his formal career began at the age of 11, he has performed with virtually every major symphony orchestra in the United States. During the summer of 1966, Lorin Hollander marked another milestone in his career. At the invitation of the Cincinnati Symphony and its conductor, Max Rudolf, he was the only soloist to accompany the orchestra on its Around- The-World Tour presented under the aegis of the Department of State. The well earned ovations accorded him are the result of years of intensive study and dedication. He has been steeped in a musical atmosphere since infancy. The son of a noted New York violinist, Lorin showed an early aptitude for music and began piano study at the age of five. He has danced and choreographed several TV shows including the "Bell Telephone Hour" and his company has appeared at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival in Lee, Massachusetts and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in Mew York City. A limited number of series sponsor subscriptions are now available to the public for reserved section seats in the college auditorium. The series subscription drive will be conducted during August and September. Information about the series or the subscription sponsor plan may be obtained at Marymount ONE EVE. SHOWING AT 8:45 A WINNER OF fi ACADEMY AWARDS! I METRO-GOLDWYN-IWAYER PRESETS ACARLO PONTt PFKDUGTION DAVID LEAN'S FILM OFBORISPASTCRNAKS s DOCTOR /IliUi.O IN PANAVISION'AND METROCOLOR ADM. - $ PASS LIST SUSPENDED MAKE EVERY DAY A HOLIDAY AT DINE DAILY M ELEOAHT DECOR AT LOW, LOW PRICES BREAKFAST SERVED from 8:00 A.M. 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18 8A Thursday, Augjst 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS NO FISHING- FROM DRAW SPAN by Jim Rifenburg SPORTS EDITOR This column received a letter concerning fishing and a few other related subjects. The author of the letter said he was not particularly "interested in having this printed." However, I think there are a few parts of it that should be made public. The writer said "...one day I was fishing off the shore of the Inlet with six others. A guard told us we were on private property and would have to leave. After considerable arguing we were finally allowed to stay. Five of the fellows left, stating they were tourists and would find more friendly places to stop. Also, they stated that they would report to their Triple A associations up north so they (AAA) could warn other people about Boca." "I settled in Boca because your Chamber of Commerce extolled the virtues of this city relative to swimming, fishing, other sports and its natural beauty... "...about a year ago your paper had a picture of the Inlet stating it was the most beautiful sight along the Atlantic Coast for miles around. Now that is closed to the public. ' 'Also signs are going up stating there is no fishing allowed from the bridges. I think some thought should be given to these conditions to take the bad taste out of people's mouths who settle here and also visitors who stop here... "..,1 do believe the Chamber of Commerce should read this so they don't give false information anymore and also the Councilmen should know about this... "I wish to express my appreciation to you for printing the articles covering the bridge incident and also some one should check as to who caused this affair. Particularly when we have one guard on a bridge who is a definite pain in the neck to all the yachtsmen who go up and down the coast daily." I'll have to agree with the writer all the way down the line. Fortunately, there are solutions to the problems. Whether or not anything is ever done or not will be up to the people of the city and to the men they have elected to City Council. A catwalk on bridges would solve the "no fishing' from span" situation. Opening of the Inlet would bring fish into Boca Raton Lake where anglers with small boats could fish to their heart's content. Along with the opening of the Inlet, a strip of land down each side, or at least one side, for parking, plus a walkway on top of the jetties would solve the problem of the bank fisherman. The first item, catwalks, would cost the city some money. It's almost a certainty the State Highway Department will never build them in Boca Raton. However, I'm sure they wouldn't mind someone else doing it. Opening of the Inlet apparently is in the works and should be partially completed by January or February. At least that's the latest word we have. Which leaves the strip down the side for parking and a walkway along the top of the jetty. The walk, itself, wouldn't be a prohibitive cost, but that chunk of land from Arvida Corporation might be something else. That's the dream. How long we'll have to wait for reality is a very good question and I can't answer it. Commission Steps Up Water Patrols Florida wildlife officers of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission have stepped up their water patrol activity and are being seen more frequently on the lakes, rivers, streams and canals. The increased water patrol in boats, ranging from paddle propelled canoes to hundred horsepower outboard s and airboats, enables the officers to reach any fishing area. The patrol will continue through summer and early fall during the major fishing season. Fishery technicians will also frequent lakes and streams for surveys to determine lake conditions and status of fish populations. They will take creel census to determine how many fish the anglers catch per hour of effort. Fishermen are reminded that a resident fishing license may be purchased from any County Judge or license agent at a cost of $3.00, A non - resident may purchase an annual fishing license for $8.00, a 14-day license for $3.25, or a t-day license for $2.25. All fishermen between 15 and 65 years of age must possess a valid fishing license when using a rod and reel, or an artificial lure in fresh water. A license is also required when fishing in a county other, than county of legal residence or in an established fish management area. 'The Highway Department Approach to Good Fishing' Major Louis F. Gainey, Regional Manager Everglades Region (left) and Carlton Chappell, Regional Game Biologist, shown recently releasing junglefowl on the J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area for experimental research purposes. Possible New Hunting Jungle Birds in Corbett The Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission is continuing its exotic University Bowl will be humming with activity Sunday when five different events take place. Starting at 1 p.m., a doubles sweeper that has been attracting some of the finest bowlers in the area will have a scratch tournament. At 2 p.m. and bowling on the next lanes will be bowlers from Ft. Lauderdale, Boynton Beach, Davie, Plantation, Wilton Manor, Lantana and Boca Raton for the annaul district Kiwanis tournament. These tournaments will last until about 5 p.m., when the lanes will be arranged for open bowling. Then at 8 : 30 p.m., the Sunday evening "Break the Bank" fun jubilee wil 1 take place followed by the "Boomerang" at about 10 p.m. Yesterday, Helen Ellis, a member of the Zodiacs bowling group received the Bowlers Star of the Week Award issued by the Bowling Proprietors Association of America. The men's award this week will go to Helmer Hensen of the Sturdy Oaks. Two hundred thirteen seemed to be the lucky number during the past week as Charles Lekniskas, William Otto, Virgil Slinker, Bob Thompson, and Brian Miller all ended with this figure. LORDS & LADIES Team Won Lost 4 4/34's 24 8 Mis-um's M&M's game bird research program with a recent release of 100 Jungle Fowl fferner Rake's 8 24 High team game and triple, Mis-um's, ; Ind. high and triple Bob Thompson, ; Women's ind. high and triple, Betty West, ZODIAC'S Team Won Capricorn 17.5 Scorpio 17 Libra 14 Gemini 11.5 Lost and High team game triple, Gemini, ; Ind. high, Libby Warren, 166; Ind, triple, Mary Ann Govanus, 423, ODDS & ENDS Team Won Lost Faus Remnants Stingers Oddballs Buttercups Losers Trolls Bto's High.team game, Faus, 664; High team triple, Remnants, 1811; Ind. high, Joan Remus, 208; Ind. triple, Pam Neer, 504. in the Everglades Region. The Jungle Fowl originates from Southeastern Asia and is one of the wild birds from which domestic fowls are held to have descended. They resemble a domestic bantam chicken with the exception that they are very fast in flight. This should add to their value as a game bird. The Commission is releasing the fowl over the state, in an effort to determine if they will survive, reporduce and adjust to the terrain. If so, they may be added to the list of legal game birds. Approximately half of the birds were released in the J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area in Palm Beach County and the others in confined locations in Martin and Collier Counties where they may be closely observed. Sportsmen are reminded that should they find these birds during hunting season, please refrain from shooting, as they are protected by an annual closed season. An American Newspaper Publishers Association survey shows that the 2,395-circulation Casey, HI., Reporter is the only one of 751 daily newspapers that sold for 3 cents as recently as 1941 to still charge 3 cents. BOCA RATON COUNTRY CLUB 18 HOLE PAR 60 GOLF COURSE r PRO SHOP DINING ROOM DRIVE RANGE ELECTRIC or PULL CARTS CLUB RENTAL Daily Green ^GOLF INSTRUCTION F6C Bob Grant, (SAVE ON A 10 PLAY BOOK) PGA c How yards west of U.S. 1 between Delray and Boca Dolphin 'Night' Set For Wednesday at 9 Coach George Wilson and the Miami Dolphins will be hosted at University Bowl next Wednesday in the second annual Dolphin Night. The affair will be sponsored by the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Manager Ed Register said yesterday. "Supporters and fans of the Dolphins are invited to come and meet the players in person," Register said. Dolphin Promotion Director Charles Callahan will introduce each player, giving statistics and background on each man. After the introductions, an autograph session will be held, Wilson promised. A key to the City of Boca Raton will be pre- Derby Winner Tom Williams was the winner of this week's merchandise prize in the Jaycee Snook Derby. Joe Stetson of Boca Tackle said Williams' linesides tipped the scales at 11.8 pounds and came nearest to the posted number for the week. Play For Championship Louis Varga, Bill Mc- Kinley, Carl Long and Walter Chapleau will play as a foursome Friday to determine a champion at Boca Raton Country Club. Varga and McKinley will be vying for the big crown'. Long and Chapleau will oppose each other for the consolation prize. Golf Lessons Will Begin Golf lessons will begin a new ten week series Friday, Aug. 11th at 7:30 P.M. for beginners 8:30 p.m. for advanced students. The lessons will be conducted by instructor Angelo Bozzuto for $10.50 per person at the Boca Raton Community Center. sented to Owner-Manager Joe Robbie by Mayor Bernard E, Turner. Wilson will receive a presentation from Chamber President James E. Becker. Florida Atlantic Dean of Men Robert Breitenstein, a former University of Miami Coach, will act as master of ceremonies for the affair. Register said besides Robbie and Wilson, many other members of the Dolphin staff will accompany the 55 players to the "night." Activities will get underway at 9 p.m. Huisking Golfers Leading League Huisking Associates team of the Boca Raton Hotel and Club Golf Association held a slim lead of only one point this week. Out in front at 75, Huiskings saw the National Bank team close behind at 74 and J.C. Mitchell only two points off at 73. The league, formerly the Twilight League, plays every Thursday afternoon. Twenty-eight teams are involved. Complete standings are as follows: 75 Huisking Assoc. 74 National Bank 73 J.C. Mitchell 72.5 Boca Motors 67 --! Boca Jaycees 67 Joe Roth Glass 66.5 Vincent Music 66 Boca Federal 64 Boca Raton TV 63 Waldron Motors 61 Boca Raton Elks 61 Brotherton Ins. 57 'Kreuscher Const. 53 Hayden Stone 52 Canning Shoes 50 Alleycats 49 Supreme Auto Body 48 Sloane Realty 47 Hunter Plastering PRO JIM ROY PGA st Bk. and Trust 40 Univ. 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19 The Very Latest Styles Individuality in headgear for hot summer days could be part of a football player's training. The Dolphins found the wet towel approach the best answer to beating the heat. Thirty Three Wildlife Areas Available for Florida Hunts Florida hunters will be able to hunt on 33 wildlife management areas during the hunting season. In addition, there will be a series of managed bear hunts in Liberty and Franklin Counties, the Osceola National Forest and in the Tomoka Wildlife Management Area, located in Flagler and Volusia counties. Managed wild hog hunts are scheduled for the Fisheating Creek Wildlife Management Areas in Glades County and managed archery hunts on seven of the public hunting areas. The regulations for Florida's wildlife and fish management areas were established at a meeting of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission in Tampa, July 21. According to W. T. McBroom, Commission C hairman, the Lee Wildlife Management Area located in Lee County was removed from the Commission's public hunting area program due to limited use by the sportsmen. Two new hunt areas, the Nassau Wildlife Management Area located in Nassau County and the Fort Mc- Coy Wildlife Management Area located in Marion County were opened for the coming season. In other action, the Commission opened a 17,165 acre portion of the Ocala Wildlife Management Area to hunting, which was formerly closed as a wildlife refuge. The Commission awarded a contract for the construction of a public fishing lake in Suwannee County and approved a change order in the construction plans for Lake Stone in Escambia County. The change order would raise the water level of the new lake approximately two feet and add an estimated twentyfive acres of fishing water. The Commission received a report on the hunting prospects for Call for Classified Ads, SALESMAN'S SAMPLES and Nearly New for Evety Occasion THRIFT PRICES Otra Vez Dress Shop 192 S. Dixie Boca Raton BOCA INLET APARTMENT On North Side of Building with Magnificent View of Intracoastal 2 Bedrooms - 2 Baths, Carpet, Draperies, Complete Kitchen with own laundry and other extras. Priced at $46,000 for Quick Sale. See this before it is too late. MLS. Call Andrew Jackman, Associate ATLANTIC BOCA REALTY, INC. 101 E. Palmetto Park Rd Day or Night James Michell'- Broker Harriet M. Jackman - Assoc. Andrew W. Jackman - Assoc. Fred G. Wilson - Assoc. BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, A the fall season and discussed proposed regulations for the waterfowl hunting season. A framework for migratory waterfowl seasons and bag limits will be provided later by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. In final action, the Commission established the date and location of the next meeting for Ocala on September 15. HOME OF 40 FAMOUS BRANDS UNIVERSITY PARK COUNTRY CLUB Military -mil Boca Raton One of South Florida's\ Finest 18 Hole Championship Courses Now Under New Ownership New Managenjenf ATTRACTIVE MEMBERSHIP PLAN AVAILABLE For details visit Club or Call or SUMMER RATES *DaiIy Fee...$ 4.00 ""Electric Cart Play Book OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. COMPLETE 1-STOP 5HOPPING Complete Line of Garden Tools & Accessories 172 E. Boca Raton Rd REG. 49t MILDEW STOP ^B23gp Closet Dehumidifier Re 9- YEAR WRITTEN FACTORY GUARANTEE 36" long, DAMPP- HASf R Dehumidifies closets electrically... Stops mold, mildew, musty odors forever. SPECIAL! 20% OFF LIST Glass Sets by Libby-Owens Cocktail- Old Fashion - Coolers, and many more to choose from. BOXED SETS >nducts tm LAWNS SWIFTS A*A FERTILIZER % ORGANIC NITROGEN 4 so ib. Plus All Essential Secondary Minerals & Bags HARDWARE - HOUSEWARES LAWN and GARDEN SUPPLIES CHARCOAL GRILLS and SUPPLIES DRAPERY RODS and FIXTURES WALLPAPER - PAINTS Glassware - Small Appliances ARTIST SUPPLIES «AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS YOUR AAMCO CENTER IN DELRAY BEACH/BOCA RATON WORLD'S LARGEST TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS over 400 transmission centers throughout the United States now open at I 255 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY # DELRAY BEACH call DAY SERVICE E-Z TERMS FREE TOWING J

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20 10A Thursdoy, August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS MALESSire Poodles. Excellent champion background for show. Magnificent house pets, ideal for children. AKG registered, temporarv shots DOBERMANS,8wks. old, male & female, shots & dewormed, AKC Regis. $ H Boais-Hotor ot Sail 59 18' HOLIDAY cruiser, twin 35 HP engines, trailer, completely overhauled & painted S ' Cadillac Sarasota, aluminum boat, having O.B.C. rated carrying capacity of 790 lbs., with 9.8 H.P. Mercury out-" board motor and complete accessories, excellent condition, phone I Marine Equipment, Supplies 15 H.P. Champion Outboard Motor made for racing. 5 gal. gas tank included. Used only in fresh water, $40. takes both A Roofefor-Rent- D rivate Bath & Entrance Private Patio, wall to wall carpeting, TV. Small Refrigerator. Immaculate, call: week days Eve, all 'day Sat. & Sunday 941-5Q76. Private Bath & Entrance Patio, Call after Large quiet room.southeast exposure. Private Bath & Entrance near Hospital B A'narEineiifs for Rent 1 bedroom Apt. & Effcy. nicely furnished. Jordan Manor , 101..N.W. Pine Circle. Boca,, Purn. 1 bedrm. & eft, apt. Air cond. 300' to Beach, 1910 SE 2nd St. Deerfield, Furn. or Unfurn., 1 bed-" rm., Apt. Radiant Ht., air cond. Quiet, wkly. monthly, annual Efficiencies, furnished Beach area. $80. per month, also Daily or Week, Ocean Front LOW RATES While Renovating Efficiencies & 1 bedroom Apts. Pool, T.V. h Air Cond. $45. weekly, $150. Monthly. 630 N. A1A, Deerfield APT.HEADQUARTERS Various convenient locations, Boca's largest selection of owner operated apts., effcy. 1, 2, 3 bedrooms furn. or unfurn. Some with pools. Call Apt. Rentals , An Itvenus Enterprise. DELUXE INTRACOASTAL APARTMENTS One block from Boca Raton Hotel &' Club - Overlooking Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club. Seasonal & Yearly Furnished & Unfurnished. Models now open Spanish River Rd,, Boca Raton. Large 2 Bedrm., 1 bedrm. & efficiencies, furnished - newly painted - reasonable, 3535 NW 3rd Ave. Boca. Adults bedroom, unfurnished, reverse cycle Air cond. All Electric Kitchen, Landscaped Patio, Pool. Adults, Annual lease. Reasonable 371 SW 8th St., Boca Raton, Bedroom furnished Apt. til Nov. 15, $80. mo SE 3rd Ave., Delray. "5 rooms clean & neat completely furnished -- Quiet place. Seasonal or yearly basis on A1A in Highland Beach THE HAMPSHIRE HOUSE 1150 S.W, 2nd Ave. Boca Raton New Modern furnished and unfurnished 1, Bedroom Apt. & Efficiencies from $95. 2 call- Pools. Please B Apartmerils forl Rent 1 bedroom Apt. available to late Dec. Completely furnished & TV. TIFFANY APTS. 431 W. Camino Real 1 Apt. #18 Boca Raton 1 bedrm. furn. Apt.~reversed cycle air, $125 Mo. yearly lease ILL A MAYA. Extra large unfurn. one bedrm. Apts. Frigidaire appliances. Private Pa-.. tios, Mirrored dressing room, free laundry. 301 SW 8th St , T~5eHrm. Apt. furn. or unfurn. or also - 2 bedrm. house furn. or unfurn. Pool, carpeted, ht, air cond. Hill Crest Apt S.E. 5th St., Pomnano UNDER $100. PER MONTH That's right! Living room Dining room, Kitchen, Tile Bath, walk-in closet, large Bedroom, Air Cond. all for under $100. per month. See 799 SW 4th Ave. or call /2 unfurnished Apt.in unique, year old Four-- plex, Central air/heat, all appliances, screened Fla. room, private patio, closed garage. Adults, yearly lease $160. month. East of Federal in Caribbean Keys, midway Boca- Delray. N.W. Apt. 699 E. Kingsbridge Street. For Appointment, phone owner, ONE BLOCK FROM FAU NEAR IBM AREA Large one bedroom furnished or unfurnished in new building, a/c & heat, all electric kitchen, pastel color appliances. Tiled bathroom, spacious double closets. Storage above and large walk in. Paved off street parking. Laundry facilities. UNIVERSITY PLAZA APTS. 289 N.W. 19th St. Boca Raton Call owner or bedroom Apt, Air conditioned. Electric Kitchen, Unfurnished Duplex, 3250 N.E. 5thDrive, 2/2 Drapes thru out, W/W carpets in Living areas. Central Air Cond. & heat Three Rooms & Den Nicely furn NE 2nd Ave after 5 P.m. 1 bedroom Apt. Beach, Rent & Utilities in exchange for woman to work in Day School Mile to Beach - Air' Cond, 2 bedrm., 2 bath, furn. yrly. lease. $125. mo , Unfurnished 1 bedroom Apt. Refrigerator,Stove, $95. month bedrm., furn. Duplex, all electric. Adults, Annual Lease. No Pets. 352 SW 1st St. Boca. Efficiency Apt. 200' to Beach. Until Dec. 15. $75. per month. Utilities included C Houses M Reiit RENT-OPTION TO BUY. Modern 3/2 home. Central A/C. Excellent Boca location. $200. Mo. MacLaren & Anderson, Realtors, 135 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd., Ph Attractive, 4/2 Unfurn. Well & Sprinkler system. $165. month Yearly In Floresta,' 755 Aurelia St. Boca Raton House for Rent. 2 bedrm. 1 bath, Excellent Rentals. Some Homes with Pools. Ben Adams Realty, 198 NE 6th Ave., Delray Beach. phone COUNTRY Living, good schools, 3/2 Screened Patio, central air, heat. 1 acre, close to IBM. $23,500. Call: Evelyn Keough assoc. Ben Adams Realty, Realtor Real Estate Emm Course For Brokers or Salesmen Harvey Real Estate Schools operates a branch of its popular Real Estate Exam Course in Boca Raton at the UNIVER* SITY BOWL CONFERENCE ROOM, DIXIE HWY. and 20th ST., Boca Raton, The course is composed of-8 lively inter* esting sessions which.thoroughly cover the Fla,, Real Estate Handbook. Total cost only $ TUESDAY EVENING P.M. You may attend first session free Mr. Cooper will be in the Conference Room each Tuesday at 6:30 P.M. to answer any questions. For Information Call: MR. COO>ER C Houses for Rent Furnished, Linens, Silver, etc. 3/2 Dining rm., complete GE kitchen, Well & Sprinklers, roofed screened porch, double carport, fruit trees. $200 mo. yrly. Immediate Occupancy. Near 5th Ave. Shopping Plaza aft. 6 p.m. Beautifully furnished" complete, 1 bedroom possibly two, (Fla; room) $180. per month. Must have reference. Call after 6, CUSTOM DUPLEX 2 bedroom, 2 bath, central air & heat, completely furnished. GAR- AGE. Quiet country setting, near I.B.M. and University, 49 8 West Conference Drive. Available August 1st ~ short or long term rental at $190. month. Call nites and Sun. call Unfurnished 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with family room. Central heat and air. Near new Addison Mizner school. $200. monthly on annual basis. Call Nites & Sunday: ROYAL PALM REALTY 307 Golf View Drive Boca Raton F Miscellaneous for Rent REASONABLE Store or Office in Orchard Square, SE 1st St. See your broker or call Ft. Lauderdale, after 6 p.m. 15X4(5 NEAR FAU Income Property^ Sale INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY We have for sale a 3 bedroom, 1 bath Home which is now rented for $85. month, plus a 1 bedroom Apt. which should rent for $50. month. Located about 2 short blocks from the Intersection of U.S.I & Palmetto Park Rd. The Lot is 75'xl45 J Zoned C-l. The rent will give you an excellent return on your investment, until you are ready to develop it as a commercial property. Priced at only $12,900. with Terms of 29% down or balance over 3 years at 6% MLS BR-738. BATEMAN & CO. REALTOR 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. Boca Raton Eve. & Sunday Bob Webster REAL ESTATE SALE ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 6OS.fE BOCA RATON A Lots & Acreage Sale REALTORS Ph W m (very W iaa interesting i^ property) ON THE CORNER A Valuable lot, ideally located east of Intracoastal. WALK TO BEACH atalowprice for quick sale. Phone: CHUCK HIGGS, assoc Nites - Sun EDWARD K. GARVY Realtor 120' X125' LOT S2000 Reduced from $3500 ~ owner moving to California. kjbotherwell IWS REALTY 757 S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla, Phone 3Q ROYAL PALM Y & CCf $10,000 CASH Owner will sell Lot, 88x 125* on Queen Palm Rd. in this distinctive area of fine homes. All Utilities underground; faces East. REALTOR 140 N. Federal Hwy., Boca SUBORDINATE Estates Lot 100x150 Priced $11,000. BRUCE E. DARRELL Realtor 425 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd res CAPITAL GAINS 40 Acres 990 Ft. on Main Rd. connecting U.S. 1, Turnpike, & 441. One mile from Arvida's Multi- Million Dollar Purchase. Excellent Terms. Call , 35 D Business Property-Sale ALL YOUR IEAL ESTATE NEEDS 4OS.FfD.Hwy; *OCA RATON REALTORS Ph FOR SALE Eight Unit Apartment House, 1 bedroom apartments, good investment with excellent return. 1/2 block off U.S.I. A&P CONSTRUCTIONCO 400 NE 27th Circle Boca Raton Phone 395^ H Homes for Sale TREMENDOUS VALUE 3 bedroom, air cond. & heat. Terrific location, only $16,900. Low down payment, $1200 DOWN Duys charming 2 bedroom 2 bath, air cond. Home. Assume Mtg. $110. Month pays all. Immediate occupancy NW 4th St. Boca Raton ~2~NEW HOMES ROYAL PALM YACHT, & COUNTRY CLUB 3 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Baths, Pool. 3 Bedrooms, 3-1/2 Baths, Large Patio, These Homes Must Be Sold, First Reasonable Offer Accepted. Owner ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS! 6OS.HD.HWT. BOCA RATON REALTORS Ph , LOVELY 2/2 Home, Carpet, Drapes, Appliances. Only $15,000. Low down payment.phone FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED Beautiful setting near FAU, $27,500. unfurnished. Owner. Days , ext Eve. & Weekends By Owner, air cond. furn. Home, 3/2 lg. living rm. screened Patio, Thermo Control Radiant heat. Lots of Shrubbery 3Q5-Q483. Lake Rogers - 3/3, study dock opp beachpark: luxury resort life. Views! NE 33 St. 3 bedroom, 2bath, large Fla. rm. $18, NE 31 St., Boca Raton. Immediate occupancy* lovely 3/2 central air & Ht. W/W carpeting, dish washer, luxury bath & kitchen. Only $23,500 c low down payment. ~ or g ; Immediate Possession, spacious 3 bedrm., 2 bath Fla. rm., Central heat, etc. Kitchen, fruit trees, owner. No Brokers, Lighthouse Point bedrm. 1-1/2 bath, 100x125' lot. Sprinkler & Well, furn. $16,500. unfurn. $15, SW 20th St.. Boca. Near New Mizner School 3/2 priced at $19,500. Drapes, Cedar Closet, Electric Kitchen, Shade Trees, in yard. By appointment call or Brokers protected. 'BY OWNER 3/2 with lg, fenced swimming Pool, on western edge of Delray, Beautifully Landscaped on 1/3 acre lot. 8 minutes from IBM. Call Pompano area: 2 large bedroom, 2 bath Home. Florida room, Large Living room, Dining room, Beautiful Kitchen, Utility room, large closets. Wall to wall Carpeting thru out. Drapes. 2 Patios. $17,- 500, Call after 6 p.m. Unusual 3 bedroom, 3 bath, Pool Home. Concrete Constr. Low upkeep Air cond. 2 c a r garage. MLS. Open SW 7th St., Boca Raton Square. DEERFIELD REALTY Realtor COUNTRY CLUB HOME 3 bedroom, 3 bath, central heat, large Florida room, fully equipped kitchen, spacious living area, 2 car garage, screened Pool-P ati o, o v e r 1 o o king Delray Beach Golf Course. Ideal Country Club Home, priced at: $31,500. with all offers to be given prompt consideration. Convenient Delray location for IBM Personnel. BANER REALTY INC. 8l4 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach Eve H Homes for Sale Royal Oak Hills, 3/2 Double garage. Carpets, Drapes, Washer, dryer. Dish Washer, Garbage disposal, Hurricane shutters, Sprinklers. Owner Country Club Village, 3/2 Central air & ht., Screened Patio. Lawn Sprinkling System. Washer & Dryer. City Sewers. Sold by owner, $21, NW 12th Ave. * Anybody Welcome. Near School & Shopping. 3 bedrm., 2 bath, large lot, sprinkler system. Small down payment. Assume mtg. $89. also Homes from $78 -$96. Mo. Ft. Laud Delray Home with Pool $19, bedroom, 2 bath, with Pool, situated on large well landscaped lot & located 2 blocks from Delray Beach Golf Course. Owner just Transferred. Immediate Sale. Present MTG. approx. $15,800. Payable $131.monthincl. P.I.T.I. BANER REALTY, INC. 814 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach Eve BOCA EAST OF FED. 3/2 - $450. down, $110 month, includes garage, sprinklers, circle drive. Beautifully Landscaped. Don't miss this buy. Call to see. JOS. MIANO Eve TRADE YOUR HOME HUGH ANDERSON Real Estate 115 W. Sunrise Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale INTRACOASTAL view Boca Harbor. Immaculate 2/2 extra lg. family rm. central air cond. dock, w/w carpeting, drapes, dishwasher, --..sher dryer, lg. utility room, lg. heated Pool. Located at Intersection of 2 wide Canals with permanent view of Intracoastal Waterway. Below Mkt. $32,900. SLONE REALTY Reg. Real Estate Broker N. Dixie Hwy. Boca CUSTOM BUILT HOME Two- bedrooms, two - baths plus Florida room central heat & air conditioning tremendous living room beautiful landscaped corner lot wall to wall carpeting, draperies included Price $24,900. MLS 863 For further information call HARRY GRIFFITHS... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy. BocaRaton : Ph MIS Gets Results See Your Realtor $16,500 Realistically priced, well maintained 3/2, Home with spacious 22' Living rm., Family rm., nice carpeting, drapes. Corner lot near town & Beach, Assessed value higher than asking price. MLS 773. REALTOR 140 N. Federal Hwy., Boca DESIRABLE 2/2 In Boca Raton Square Immaculate home central heat and air conditioning carpets & draperies included This lovely home priced at $21,900. MLS 905 For further details, call IVAN HAACK... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton : Ph LIVE IN THE COUNTRY Immaculate, 2/2 Home. Large rooms, wall to wall carpeting & drapes. Over $2000. Professional Landscaping. 100* by 130' Lot. Picturesque tree lined community. Priced at $17,000. Just 3-1/2 mi. from new IBM property. We also have several residential lots 75'xl30\ Priced $1,500. SLONE REALTY Reg. Real Estate Broker N. Dixie Hwy. Boca 35 H Homes for Sale CHATHAM HILLS 2 Bedroom 1 bath, large living & Florida rooms, dining area, G.E. kitchen, patio, carport. Drapes & other extras, Furniture, rugs, option* al Financed, priced to sell Boca Harbour 2/2 Waterfront 110' from Intracoastal.Dock, large Pool, family room, w/w. carpeting, drapes, central air, sprinklers. "One inspection weighs a thousand words." 881 Appleby St. OPEN DAILY 10:30-5 P.M DATE PALM ROAD ROYAL PALM YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB ONLY $44,900 Terrific deal move right in ~ 2 bedrooms and den or 3 bedrooms and 2-1/2 baths, central air conditioning, 2 car garage, automatic door and luxurious tropical landscaping, Country Club atmosphere *now is your chance to buy right. MLS BR OTHERWELL REALTY 757 S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla. Phone BEDROOMS 2 BATHS POOL Royal Oak Hills centrally heated and air conditioned One of Boca's fine subdivisions MLS 826P $25,900 For details and appointment to see this Home call LLOYD LIVELY... 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21 Section B Thursday, August 3,1967 Page One ^ ^ >: A Cube of Sugar and A Glass Make Magic >: John Lippy acquired most of his magic through long years of practice and research. After he became the possessor of his first box of tricks as a child his interest grew. Who knows there just may be a Houdini or a Lippy in your family. Why not try a trick and find out? Here's a trick that can be done with just a cube of sugar and a is turned. The friend is to turn the marked side of sugar face down. As your back is turned secretly moisten ball of thumb. When you turn around you pick up sugar, thumb side undermost and place it in a glass. This operation brings the imprint of your thumb pressing against palm with four v Lippy does his cane balancing act. fingers above and place his hand over glass. In this manner you leave the writing on his palm. Little Box of Tricks Grows Into Traveling Magic Show glass. It's called Sugar Sorcery. Ask a friend to write a letter or number very clearly on a piece of sugar while your back the writing on your thumb. Grasp hand of friend, Tell him to concentrate on what he wrote and after much ado about the spirits in sugar have him turn over his hand. The spirits have left their message. & A rabbit and a t-op hat posted outside the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Uppy Jr., just might be the key to the man inside the house. Lippy was a chemist by profession but a magician by nature. He almost had to be in order to pack careers in chemistry, on the stage as a magician, a writer, lecturer and museum collector all in one lifetime. His career as a chemist was the balancing power which allowed him to pursue his career as a professional magician on stage. Lippy had been interested in magic ever since he was a boy in Gettysburg, Pa. in 1909 when he received his first magic set, which he described as "just a little box of tricks." From that little box of tricks grew an act which included six people who travelled around the country and played in just about every theater known. "Funny thing, every theater I ever played in has been torn down," Lippy laughed. He was billed as Lippy the Magician and his act was featured what he calls illusion magic or heavy magic. He remembers one theater he played called the Strand, "I think I got my funniest billing there," he said. "They were showing a movie in that theater called "Kept Husbands," "The marquee read 'Lippy the Magician and Kept Husbands.' I still laugh when I think about It.'* "You couldn t really do the type of shows today I did then," he said, "Because there just isn't a place or a stage big enough to hold all the equipment I used. Back in those days there were very few sound movie theaters so the stages weren't cluttered up with sound equipment as they are today." Lippy would not do card tricks on stage. In fact he never held anything in his hand smaller than 36 inches, which was about the size of his smallest silk scarf he'd pull out of his sleeves. Lippy's not one to give away the tricks of his trade, but he did give a few hints. Those silk scarves he and other magicians pull out of cups and coat sleeves generally are of the finest silk money can buy and the edges are rolled so thin... that's the reason they can fit into some of the tiniest places without being the least bulky. Those flowers the magicians pull out of pockets are made from the finest feathers. And that magic wand. The one that's supposed to turn milk into rabbits? It's used mainly as a misdirection. It's a badge of the profession to be sure, but Lippy usually used his to distract the audience's attention. "It's very convenient. When I lay it down generally I'd be picking up something else. "When I started my act, back in 1920 there were very few magic shops in this country. Four to be exact. So I either made most of my own material or had it specially madeforme." His two hour show toured the country from 1920 until Before he put his act together, though, he did entertain the troops during World War I and he did, as he still does, Custom Made Draperies and Shades Slipcovers * Upholstery Free Decorator Service For Consultafion Phone DRAPERY STUDIO 3062 N. FEDERAL HWY...BOCA RATON entertain at organizations. In 1933 he entertained at the Fox Theater with his wife as part of his team, which he then called "The Lippys," and he put on his magic show at the White House Easter egg rolling on the lawn o H i s favorite trick, which is also his trademark, involves balancing a cane on the muscle on the palm of his hand with his hand held straight. He then proceeds to thread the cane with an imaginary string which he pulls, then releases causing the cane to tip down then bounce back up. "I showed the trick to a friend of mine who also was a magician," he said. "He didn't realize that the heavier the cane, the better it balances. "Anyway, he practiced it and finally I saw him again a few years later. He said 'Remember that balancing trick? Well watch.' He took a cane and balanced it all right, only he had his hand tipped back a bit. He still can't do it." Lippy, who has been doing the trick for years Newness! That "store-new" look is now restored to all garments by our new STYLE CONTROL process. Your fine clothes will have renewed "life", original body and drape. They will resist soil and stay clean longer, too. Bring your garments to us for this extra special care. Exclusive Miracle- Finish...ftr UK mtjtn >'«*" M'*> drycleanmg has developed a fairly g' good sized muscle on g the palm of his hand which helps him with his & balancing magic. 8 While Lippy was on : : the road with his big : :j company, he also was in : the chemical business, : making primarily food S flavoring. & In fact, in 1919, before he launched his career as a magician full time, : : he was primarily a : chemist. He worked on a S photography kitforchil- g: dren back then, which he : : says actually made g color prints. "If I had : : my mind on the com- :* mercial and adult as- S pects of that thing..." *: he reminisced. "Think & about it. There was no : ; color photography in & those days." & Magic and chemistry 8 sometimes have away of & joining hands. In fact, «there were a few ma- & gicians who had written > books on magic utilizing >S chemistry and a few : chemists who had writ- ;: ten books on magic. fe But Lippy was the first chemist and magician v. who combined bothabil- ities and wrote a book :jcalled "Chemical Ma- % (Continued on Page 3B) «PROCESS LAUNDRY ft CLEANERS 30 S. E. 1st Street Cull FUR STORAGE],v Where could you find a better place to get it than at Boca Raton's first and largest bank? FIRST BANK and TRUST COMPANY OF BOCA RATON NATIONAL ASSOCIATION S.E. FIRST AVE. and ROYAL PALM ROAD. BOCA RATON PHONE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS IN MINIMUM AMOUNTS OF $1000. INTEREST GUARANTEED FOR 12 MONTHS. IN BOCA : : W X- *: y* X; X' >5 :* V. $

22 Thursday, August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS Recipe of the Week Cherry Ice Cream Pie An Elegant Ice Cream Pie Would you believe this delectable ice cream pie takes only minutes to prepare? True, it takes a few hours to freeze, but the original preparation is quite simple and speedy. It's probably the easiest party dessert you ever made, and one of the most glamorous. There's almost no baking involved in Cherry Ice Cream Pie. Just five minutes in the oven is enough to bake the buttery, almond-scented crumb crust. Then let the crust chill in the freezer so it's ready to receive the frosty ice cream filling. Ice cream is such a favorite food we tend to forget how good it is nutritionally. It's packed with milk protein and other valuable food elements you get from milk. But no one will think of the nutritional value when they're served this luscious ice cream pie. It's so delicious and fun to eat. The filling is more than just ice cream; in between layers of creamy vanilla ice cream are more layers of tart-sweet cherry pie filling, the kind that comes ready in a can. Spoon ice cream into the crust, then cherries, more ice cream and cherries, and a final layer of ice cream on top. Put your Cherry Ice Cream Pie in the freezer at this point. Then about 10 minutes before serving time, swirl on a topping of whipped cream with more cherry pie filling folded into it, and sprinkle on toasted almonds. CHERRY ICE CREAM PIE CRUST: 1 1/3 cups vanilla wafer crums (about 35 wafers) 2 tablespoons sugar 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, melted 1 teaspoon almond extract FILLING: ~~ 1 quart vanilla ice cream 1 can (1 lb. 5 oz.) cherry pie filling 1 cup whipping cream 2 tablespoons confectioners sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla Toasted, sliced almonds To Prepare Crust: In a small bowl mixtogether crumbs and sugar; stir in butter and almond extract. Press mixture firmly and evenly against bottom and sides of a 9-inch pie plate, building up slightly around rim. Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven 5 minutes. Cool on wire rack. Chill crust in freezer Ṫo Prepare Filling: Soften ice cream very slightly; spade into crust alternating 1 cup of cherry pie filling with ice cream. Return to freezer to harden. About 10 minutes before serving remove pie from freezer to soften slightly. Meanwhile, whip cream until almost stiff. Add confectioners sugar and vanilla; continue beating until very stiff. Gently fold in remaining cup of cherry pie filling. Spread top of pie with cherry-whip cream topping. Sprinkle with almonds. Cut into wedges and serve. VARIATION: In place of cherry pie filling use 1 can (1 lb.) tart red cherries in heavy syrup. Drained and cut up. Easy Summer Time Living Calls For Easy, Full of Energy Meals Summertime when the livin' is easy calls for easy meals. Not skimpy; but easytoprepare and full of extra energy. What is more tantalizing than a plate of hot oven-fresh rolls served with a cool delicious salad? Or barbecued chicken 1 enhanced by a basketful of hot rolls and sweet honey? These treats are easy to make, as any 4-H girl engaged in a bread project will agree. Rolls are quick to prepare, and dough can be stored in a refrigerator for several days and used when desired. REFRIGERATOR ROLLS 3/4 cup hot water 1/2 cup sugar 1 tablespoon salt 3 tablespoon margarine 1 cup warm water (105 d.-115 d. F.) 2 packages or cakes yeast (Fleischmann's) active dry or compressed 1 egg, beaten 5 1/4 cups unsifted flour (about) Mix together hot water, sugar, salt and margarine. Cool to lukewarm. Measure warm water into large warm bowl. Sprinkle or crumble in yeast; stir until dissolved. Stir in lukewarm water mixture, egg and half the flour; beat until smooth. Stir in enough remaining flour to make soft dough. Turn out onto lightly floured board and knead until smooth and elastic, about 10 minutes. 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23 Q w Dear Ann Landers It is 2:30 a.m. Mom and Dad are still staggering around, screaming at each other. The last guest just left. I helped shove her out the door. Before leaving she managed to drop her drink in the vestibule and I had to clean up the broken glass. My parents were too smashed to notice. I am writing because I know I won't be able to sleep until dawn. After a party like this Mom and Dad fight all night. She accuses him ANN LANDERS Not Alcoholics? of making passes at other women and he says she is crazy and he is going to put her in a mental institution. I am a 17-year-old boy and have been offered two full scholarships in another state. But I'm afraid to leave home because I don't know what will become of my brothers and my little sister if I go away. Yet I know I must get a college education because at the rate my parents are going they will be dead of alcoholism before the younger kids Lippy the Magician (Continued from IB) gic." The book was published in Although he did later revise the book with the help of a friend and magician Edward Palder, called it "Modern Chemical Magic" and had it published in 1959 he never used chemicals in his own magic act. "Too involved," he said. "But there was a man who did the old water and wine act at the last International Brotherhood of Magicians convention just last month," he added. "He did it exactly the way I wrote it in my book." He has written other books, too. He has one called "The War Dog" which tells the story of a Civil War dog named Sallie. His grandfather, who had been among the prisoners in the Andersonville prisoncamp, told him many stories about the dog, which is carved in the historic marker at Gettysburg depicting the Battle of Gettysburg. In 1933, Lippy embarked on what might be termed his third career, a career which actually had its beginnings when he was a boy in prep school. "I wanted to make some extra money," he remembers. "I had a pretty good allowance, but for a boy in prep school, well, I just wanted more money." Lippy was the owner of a straight pin on the head of which was etched the whole of the "Lord's Prayer." He sent to Mexico for a box of fleas dressed like peasants and a bride and a groom. Although neither the fleas nor the "Lord's Prayer" were discernable by the average person, with the help of a microscope one could see a flea dressed like a bride and one could see the "Lord's Prayer" on the head of the pin. He added a common housefly to his collection and billed it as a health lecture. He lectured on germs carried by the flies and with the help of the microscope showed people the germs, the fleas and the head of the pin, all for five cents a person. He toured every little town in the area that summer with his act. He kept those pieces, added to his miniature collection and when Grayhound lines built its first bus to be displayed at the World's Fair he equipped the whole 52 feet of the bus with curios, 1001 of them, and began touring the country. He toured every state in the union his bus from 1933 to His bus was called the World Wonder Car and his collection included the smallest books ever printed and a needle through which had been threaded 151 threads. When he returned he spent one year with Greyhound Lines as their ambassador of good will, speaking at service club meetings throughout the United States and Canada about "Our Amazing America." After his one year tour with Greyhound, he returned to Gettysburg and purchased a home which had been built by Rev, Alexander Dobbin in He restored the place and furnished it with authentic 1775 furniture including a spinning room complete with hanks of flax hanging from the beams, and he opened it as a museum. Then he opened the Lincoln room in Judge David Wills home in Gettysburg. The room was the one in which President Abraham Lincoln stayed on the day he gave his famous Gettysburg address. "I located a telegram which had been sent to Lincoln by his wife the day he was there and I included that in the exhibit." Lippy with the help of the Wills family, was able to locate every piece of furniture used in the room when Lincoln was there except for a desk set. Last he opened a blacksmith shop as a museum in a state park near Gettysburg, He ran all three until he retired here last year. Some of his curios, the ones Lippy could not part with, presently occupy his study along with manuscripts for four more books which he hopes to publish one day and add to his other "seven or eight I don't know how many" books already published. One book he's trying to get published now is entitled "Lincoln at Gettysburg" and it rerelates the story of Lincoln and his address down to the last detail. Included in his collection of curios are a set of wands used by magicians. One is the first plastic wand made in "Before that most of the wands were made of wood and ivory." are grown. I have to get myself educated so I can take care of them. I am not writing for advice. I know you can't help people who won't help themselves and my parents insist they are not alcoholics. They call themselves "social drinkers". But thanks, Ann, for letting me get this off my chest. I needed someone to talk to. RX? Dear RX?: I am printing your letter in the hope that the thousands of "social drinkers" who stagger around and fight until dawn will recognize themselves. In the meantime, I hope you will write to Alateen for literature. The address is Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc., P.O. Box 182, Madison Square Station, New York, N.Y Kids with boozing parents need to know a lot of things and this organization can help them. Good luck, fella. Dear Ann Landers: I am an 11-year-old boy in the fifth grade. I called a girl who is in my room at school and asked her if she would accept a roller skating date with me for Saturday afternoon. She said yes. That night my mother told my father about it and he said no 11-yearold kid should go on a date. He made me call the girl and cancel, I was going to use my' own money which I earned. My Mom had agreed to drive me and the girl to the rink and drive us home. This would have been in the afternoon. A man supervises the kids at the rink at all times. Please tell me if you agree with me and my mother or if you agree with my father. If you agree with me and my mother, I will show my father your answer and try for next Saturday. STEPHEN Dear Stephen: Sorry, but I'm with your father. Eleven-year-old kids should not be dating even if it is only an afternoon at the roller-rink. After three or four rink dates, you'll want to go to the movies. Then you will want to make a lunch date. Next you will want to take her to dinner. When you reach the age of 12 you will want to go steady. By the time you're 14 there'll be nothing left to do but get engaged. Stick to the fellas for a few more years, Steve. You won't regret it. Drinking may be "in" to the kids you run with but it can put you "out" for keeps. You can cool it and stay popular. Read "Booze and You ~ For Teenagers Only." Send 35 cents in coin and a long, selfaddressed, stamped envelope with your request. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Boca Raton News, Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois, 60654, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope..camm0 Coiffures dn d WIG SALON European and American trained HAIR STYLISTS to serve the most disciminuting Ladies at moderate pric Finest Quality Wigs and Wiglets 251 Wv CMiiio RealX Phone *<* More than 216 members danced and dined at the Boca Raton Hotel and Club Cabana Club's third dinner dance of the summer season last weekend. Among members who attended the event were Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kelman, new residents from Long Beach Island, N.J., and Mr. and Mrs. William S. Ransdell (below). Veterans and Auxiliary Plan Monthly Meetings Veterans of World War I 3 Barracks 2855 and its women's auxiliary will hold meetings Friday. C areer opportunities in agriculture are better than ever before, according to the latest DARE Report of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences at the University of Florida. The veterans will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Scout Hut; the auxiliary will meet at the same time in the Community Center. The VWWI auxiliary is open to all wives, widows, sisters and daughters of WWI veterans. For Classified Ads Call Savings Spree in "Seconds" on the Finest Fabrics 5,000 Yards J1.50 a yard Draperv, Slipcovers, Uphoisfery August auco 3 through 12 ' * PV BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, B By Claire Archer Do you have a question pertaining to inferior decorating? Mrs. Archer will s be happy ; to ans- " wer your q u e. s- t ions. Request s h ould be sent to the Bo c a Raton News w i t. h Mrs. Archer self-addressed envelope. Request by Mrs. L.D O : What color coverlet and dust ruffle for a ' twelve - year - old girl's bedroom that has a headboard upholstered in a red, pink and green floral polished cotton, white walls, blue curtains and carpet? Dear Mrs, L.D.: A snow white would be attractive for a trim-fitting coverlet and dust ruffle. Request from Mrs. P.A.S.: I've been too long trying to decide what accent color to use in my living room. Would you please offer a suggestion? The walls, chairs and draperies are chartreuse and the sofa is a fern green. Dear Mrs. P.A.S.:How would you like a tangerine for your accent color? Request from Mrs. M.C.: We have bought an Oriental rug for our living room and the predominant colors are red Happy House Airline Tickets and blue. Would you please advise an attractive color scheme for me? What color for walls, davenport, draperies and chairs? Dear Mrs. M.C.: Let's paint the walls a pastel. apricot color. Then have the davenport and draperies in a smoke gray and snow white print. Chairs, apple green. Request from Mrs. S.T.K.: Will you please tell me what color to paint the walls of my living room? The davenport is covered in an oyster white linen and three chairs are covered in a black and white woodgrain printed chinz 0 The lamp tables are mahogany. Dear Mrs. S.T.K.: Your walls would be pretty in a silver gray. Request from Mrs. W.S.: The plumbing fixtures in my bathroom are green. The tile on the walls is' white and the floor is green with flecks of white. We are going to buy new curtains, rug and towels and would very much appreciate your opinion as to the color to buy. Dear Mrs. W.S.: How about a slightly greenish yellow for your curtains and rug? For the towels, I would suggest royal blue. Happy house to you. 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24 4B Thursdoy, August BOCA RATON NEWS it's RACING TIME! "lefegoto the races WLBW. Channel 10. Miami 5:30 to 6:00 PM WEAT, Channel 12, Weit Palm Beach, 7:30 lo 8:00 PM Prpten Gov't-lnspected Herman's Orange Band Wieners «>- 59cBologna Cook Quik, Quick Frozen Cubed Beef Steak Z89c Chubs (Plus 25 S&H Green Stamps. No coupon required) Copeland's Pure Pork Bag Sausage & 49c Dirr's Gold Seal All Meat Swift's Premium Braunschweiger 1 P 59c 5jj 29c Swift's Premium Smoked Boneless Daisies «> 89c (Plus 50 S&H Green Stamps. No coupon required) Clip & Redeem IOO EXTRA. S&H GREEN STAMPS with $5*00 order or mare EXTRA S 1 H GREEN STAMPS with $10.00 order or more EXTRA S&H GREEN STAMPS with $15.00 order or more (Coupon expires Sat. August 5,1367) 'Coupon Good From Vero Beach o Miami ONLY) GREEN STAMPS I Thtrm-fl-Bowl UNBREAKABLE DISHWASHER SAFE Therm-O-Tumbler THERM-O-WARE BONUS each Choose from JAMAICAN AVOCADO, AZTEC GOLD colors (Brushed Satin Finish) Therm-O-Cups W I T Bone Steak. Porterhouse Steak Charcoal Steak Barbecue Steak Chuck Steak.., Chuck Roast Ib. Ground Beef.. 3 $ 1 (Plus 50 S&H Green Stamps. No coupon required) Ib. %e $$B^ Breakfast Club Sliced Bacon. ^ 59 Swift's Premium Quick Frozen Long Island Style Ducklings.. Fresh Northern Flounder Fillets Florida Medium Pink Shrimp ib. 79c ib. 99c... EXTRA IftM^GreenStamps Rath Black Hawk Honey Glazed Canned Hams V $4.49 (Coupon expires Sat. August 5,1987) {Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY) EXTRA MWGreenStamps Roasted Sliced Turkey Breasts (Coupon expires Sat. August 5,1967} (Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY) imported From Denmark Danish Salami.. Mrs. Kinser's Picnic Style v.-m. 49c 12-oz. pkg. 79c Baked Beans Ib. 33c Mrs. Kinser's Picnic Style Potato Salad». 33c Roasted Sliced Turkey Breast «.«>. 49c (Plus 50 S&H Green Stamps with coupon) Alcoa King Siza Foil $1.49 (Coupon expires Sat. August 5,1967) (Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY] EXTRA ^ Green Sta mps Vitalis Hair Dressing ', 98c (Coupon axpiras Sat. August 5,1967) (Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY) Johnson Pledge Furniture Polish 89c (Coupon expires Sat. August S, 1967) (Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY) EXTRA <J#GreenStamps Sugar Substitute Superose Sweetener 8^ 69c (Coupon expires Sat. August 5,1967) (Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY) EXTRA iluwgreenstampst Buffarin Tablets 'S? $1.28 (Coupon axpiras Sat. August 5,1967) (Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY) EXTRA Schick Stainless Steal Injector 7's or Double Edge 5's Blades (Coupon axpiras Sat. August 5,1367) (Coupon Good From Vero Beach To Miami ONLY) EXTRA WGreenStamps Glade Mist Evergreen, Spring Flower, Fresh Modern, Floral Sachet Air Fresheners (Coupon expires Sat. August 5,1967) (Coupon Good From Vero Beach TMlrONLY) EXTRA i^wgreenstamps T N T Roach 8. Ant Bomb (Coupon expiro Sat. August 5,1967) (Coupon Good From Varo Biach To Miami ONLY) French's Instant Potatoes Park Lane Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Neapolitan ice Cream 7-oz. FROZEN FOODS Stouffer's Beef, Chicken or Turkey Pies Southern Apple Turnovers or Apple Strode! Canada Dry Cola, Ginger, Lemon. Orange, Grape, Root Beer, Wink Diet Drinks " 49c The Real Thing From Florida Minute Maid Orange Juice c Pictsweet Sliced Strawberries 4 ^ $1. Ore-Ida Tater Tots.2' 49c Bird's Eye Broccoli Spears.... ^ 29c Pictsweet Regular or French Style Green Beans 2 %. 39c Gorton's Breaded Shrimp Jft 9. 9c (Plus 50 S&H Green Stamps. No coupon required) Beefeater Brand Calves Liver '5f 99 Prices Effective Thurs-Fri-Sat. August Macleans Tooth Paste Micrin Antiseptic. F. V. Lemon or Orange Thins Sunshine Black Walnut Cookies Wisconsin Sharp Cheddar Cheese...». 89c {Plus 25 S&H Green Stamps. No coupon required) Wisconsin Sliced Muenster Cheese... p 29c Imported From Germany Plain or Salami Alpenjoy Cheese... Jg: 99c (Plus 25 S&H Green Stamps. No coupon required) Blue Bonnet Regular Margarine : 25c The Real Thing From Florida Pure Maid In Glass Orange Juice $! 49c Master's (1/3 less calories, 1/3 less fat, use like Sour Cream) Sour Half & Half *? 29c Master's French Onion or Clam Dips ES 29c Master's Cottage Cheese J^ 29c Land of Lakes "AA" Grade, Sweet Cream Butter Jft 89c (Plus 50 S&H Green Stamps. No coupon required) Breakfast Club Family Size White Sliced Bread & 39c Demure White, Pink, Yellow Bathroom Tissue.... pj^. 1 19< Gerber's All Flavors Strained Baby Food *? 10c. Star-Kist Chunk Style Light Meat Tuna..3 E^ 89< Kleenex White or Assorted Colors Family Napkins *$ : 1Oc Kraft's Cole Slaw, Italian or Catalina Pourable Dressing fife $ 1. Thompson SEEDLESS Prices In This Ad Effective ^T Only In Dade, Broward, Pafm / _* _U _> "nrffni Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and m^jdy/sflrt JF F ^ f C Indian River Counties. f y^uujri/rifl^,, shs? T? 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25 BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, B Turnpike Authority Group # Robert DesRuisseaux. DesRuisseaux was form- erly with General Motors, This "Biscayne" model home, designed and built by A&P Construction Co. in the Lake Rogers section, was sold recently to Mr. and Mrs. Home Building Lots Purchased Real Estate Sales Recorded Recent Boca Raton real estate transactions as compiled for the News by the Laweyers Title Insurance Corp. are listed below. Documentary stamps, listed by amount, indicate the approximate sale price in many instances. They are computed on $3 per $1,000 value; in other words, a $10,000 sale would require $30 in stamps. Week ending July 7th, 1967 Lot 20, Blk 9, Boca Islands, Sec. 7, S.S. $21.60, Itvenus, Inc. to Philip A. DiSimone &. Eleanor A., his wife. Lot 24, Blk 9, Boca Islands, Sec. 7, S.S. $21.60, Itvenus, Inc. to Itvenus Development &. Industrial Corp. N 127 ft of S ft. of W 150 ft of El/4ofSWl/4of SW1/4 S.S. $74.40, Sec , Robert L. Clark to Grady W. Rea, Jr. and Janette F. Rea, Ms wife. Tr. 60, 61 & 63; Tr. 62 Except S 25 ft.; Tr 40, 41, 42 & 43, S.S. $342.00, All of Blk 76, P.B. Farms Co. Plat #3, Martha C. Bondesen to George Snow and Susan Snow, his wife and Cedric E. Dunn and Martha G. Dunn, his wife, as to each couple as undiv 1/2 int. Lot 17, Blk 7, Palmetto Park Terrace Unit 6, S.S. $18.00, Jaron Homes, Inc. to Thomas J. Clancy, Jr. and Virginia E.,his wife. Lot 10, Blk 12, Royal Oak Hills, 1st Sec. S.S. $81.00, Raymond B. Johnson and Ruby S. Johnson, his wife to John E. Ferguson, Jr. and Ethel L. Gerguson, his wife. Lot 19, Blk 19, Unit IV, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $45.00, A. Norman Gooch, Jr. and Frances Geer Joins Eastern Airlines Flight Crew Fred Louis Geer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Geer of Boca Raton, has joined Eastern Airlines as flight officer and has successfully completed intensive training at Eastern's Flight Crew Training Center at Miami, Fla. He graduated from high school in Massachusetts and Brown University, in Providence, R.I. Prior to joining Eastern, he was employed in Atlanta. He first learned to fly in Pensacola in He has two sons. Geer will be based in New York and will fly to many of the 113 cities Have You Seen Fred L. Geer Eastern serves in 28 states, the District of Columbia., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Bermuda and the Bahamas. Terry Gooch, his wife to Thomas Stevenson and Mary Stevenson, his wife. Lots 31 & 32, Blk 4, Bel Marra, S.S. $24.00, Carolina Curletti to Robert B. Mulligan and Patricia L., his wife. Lot 11, Blk 60, Unit 12, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $81.00, Richard A. Scott and Frances S. Scott, his wife to James B. Davidson and Anna Ruth Davidson, his wife. Lot 1, Blk 5, Hidden Valley, Sec. #2, S.S. $29.40, First Federal of Delray Beach to Robert A. Hill, III and Susan J., his wife. Lot 7, Blk 23, Boca Villas Sec. "C", S.S. $42.60, Lorena R. Andrew to Jack Hughes & Elsie F..Hughes, his wife. All Lots 7 & 8, Blk 19, Camino Gardens, Sec. 2, S.S. $44.40, Camino Gardens, Inc. to Robert B. Craske and Lucy Craske, his wife. Read the Classified See this man when you insure your car or home NICK BISHOP He may save you big money J.C. MITCHELL & SONS 22 S. Federal' The Gold Coast's Finest ALL-WATERFRONT COMMUNITY LOTS from $ 12,800 HOMES from 35,000 PRIVATE BEACH 1967 FURNISHED DISPLAY HOMES FOR SALE 1 Mile North of Boca Raton on Scenic Route A1A IN HIGHLAND BEACH Agent on Premises 70 A.M. -5 PM. BROKER CO-OPERATION Write or phone JACK S. BUTLER P.O. Box 69, Boca Raton, Fla Tunison Properties of Florida, Inc. Lot 15, Blk 60, Unit X, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $9.60, Keating of Florida, Inc. to Realty Investments of Boca, Inc. Lot 34, Blk 61, Unit X, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $9.60, Keating of Florida, Inc. to Realty Investments of Boca, Inc. Lot 19, Blk 2, Paradise Palms Unit H, S.S $9.00, Bibletown Community Church, Inc. to Agnes J. Colquhoun. Lot 11, Blk 52, Unit XIII, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $9.60, Keating of Florida, Inc. to Rob- 1 ert F. Neville & Janice B., his wife. Will Study New Bond Issue The Florida State Turnpike Authority has adopted a resolution forming a bond management team of sevenleading bankers to market a projected $270,000,000 bond issue for three major turnpikes. Members of the management group are: The First Boston Corporation; Hayden Stone Co,; Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith, Inc; White, Weld & Co.; Tripp & Co.; and two Florida firms, Pierce Wulbern & Murphey Corporation of Jacksonville, and Leedy, Wheeler & Alleman Inc, of Orlando. Florida Turnpike Chairman Charles W. Rex, Jr. sid it was decided to form a bond management group rather than go into the expense of retaining a financial adviser. He disclosed that the engineering consulting firm of J.E.GreinerCo. and the traffic engineering firm of Coverdale & Colpitts is now conducting feasibility studies on a Florida West Coast Turnpike that would extend from the Tampa Bay area to Naples. This Turnpike would connect with the almost completed Alligator Alley Turnpike. This length would provide a turnpike superhighway direct from the Tampa Bay area to Fort Lauderdale, where it would connect with the existing 265-mile Florida Turnpike. The two engineering firms also recently, began feasibility studies for a south Dade County Expressway extending from the southern terminus of the Florida Turnpike in North Miami to Homestead. Rex also disclosed that acquisition of partially-completed' Martin Andersen. Beeline Expressway is also under consideration. This expressway is now being built by the Orlando- Orange County Expressway Authority and will connect the N.A.S.A. rocket moon base in Cape Kennedy with Disney World to be built on a 27,000-acre tract southwest of Orlando. If the Beeline acquisition becomes a reality, it will cross the existing Florida Turnpike which extends from Miami to 1-75 at Wildwood. The Beeline will ac- SOUND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Fully Occupied Downtown Business Bldg. 10% Return on the Investment. Purchase Price $51,000 CROSBY ALLEY Realtor - 21 S.E. 3rd St HURRICANE SERVICE COMPANY 906 N. DIXIE HWY. BOCA RATON, FLA SHADES-SCREENS Storm Shutters E,f»*«.wj957- Panel$ "d Awnings CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES EAST LUXURY CONDOMINIUM APAR r Seautifut 8oea Palm Beach Winner of the 1966 "Condo Why not visit Boca Verde and See for Yourself! IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY OR YOU MAY RESERVE THE APT. OF YOUR CHOICE NOW IN BUILD- INGS 3 & 4 UNDER CONSTRUCTION FOR FUTURE RESIDENCE of the Year" Award By all standards... the finest Apartments in the most desirable location in Boca Raton... A prestige area yet only two blocks to shopping, theatre and restaurants... Spacious residences surrounding beautiful tropical gardens... Quiet Eastern automatic elevators Private screened patios Large Clubhouse with Auditorium Kitchen Rooms for Arts, Crafts, Hobbies, Billiards, Color TV large card area outdoor Barbecue picnic tables therapeutic heated pool shuffleboard, and many other features. One and two-bedroom apartments are priced from $10,990 to $17,900 with down payments from $2,700. Mortgages are currently available for as low as 6%. Furnished models are open 9 to 5:30 daily GENERAL WM1 ELECTRIC GOLD VUf/ MEDALLION KITCHEN APPLIANCES, CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING & HEAT. 3oca 7/ezde East 400 N.E. 20TH STREET, BOCA RATON PHONE TWO BLOCKS WEST Of U.S. 1 ON 20TH STREET WRITE OR PHONE FOR FREE COLOR BROCHURE tually form a yokeshaped system* which would serve the entire Gape Kennedy Missile Complex in Titusville and Cocoa Beach. Included in this project would be the fourlaning of Bennett Causeway leading to C ape Kennedy. It would also include four-laning the Pineda Expressway, which would connect Patrick Airforce Base, with When completed- as projected, the Florida State Turnpike will rank as one of the nation's l a r g e s t turnpike systems, Rex said. PRINTING CO. 00 N. W. 1ST AVENUE, BOCA HA TELEPHONE Z OR 'EVERY PRINTING NEi Multiple Listing Service gets houses bought and sold-fcrsf The most efficient tool of the Realtor is Multiple Listing Service. Through this Service, Local Realtors pool their resources to insure a wider range of customers when you're selling a house, a wider choice of properties when you're buying one. It saves time, money, and headaches. And you also have the invaluable help of your Realtor every step of the way. If you're buying or selling a house, do it the logical way: see a Realtor, a professional in real estate who subscribes to a strict Code of Ethics as a member of the local board and of the National Association of Real Estate Boards. FOR MLS see a REALTOR listed below. CROSBY W. ALLEY 21 SE 3rd St., NICK AMRHEIN 7601 N. Fed. Hwy., ARVIDA RlffLTY SALES, INC. 998 S. Federal Hwy., ATLANTIC BOCA REALTY 707 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd. Boca Raton, BATEMAN and CO Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton, W.P. BEBOUT 740 N. Federal Hwy., BRANNON REALTY, INC. 330 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd CAMINO GARDENS REALTY, INC. P.O. Box 520, Phone CARLEN APPRAISAL AND REALTY INC Palmetto Pk. Rd BRUCE E. DARRELL Realtor, 425 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd., m. DAY, INC. 500 S. Federal Hwy., PETER DORAN 733 Boca Raton Rd., Phone FIRST REALTY CORP, 20 S.E. 1st Avenue, FLORIDA SITES, Inc. 38S.E. 4th St EDWARD GARVY 641 S. Federal Hwy., ORYAL E.HADLEY 400 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd CHAS, HUTZLER, 72 S.E. 2nd St. Phone F. WOODROW KEETON 2950 N. Ocean Blvd., MACLAREN & ANDERSON 735 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd, Boca Raton, 395-J333. MADDOX REALTY 507 N.E. 20th Street, THOMAS J. MEREDITH Realtor, 42 S.E. 2nd St. Phone J.C. MITCHELL & SONS, INC. 22 S. Federal Hwy., MOTHERWELL REALTY 757 S. Federal Hwy., F. BYRON PARKS Via Mizner, Royal Palm Plaza, PETRUZZELLI REALTY, INC N. Ocean Blvd., PLASTRIDGE AGENCY, INC. 224 S. Federal Hwy., THE REAL ESTATE CORNER, INC. 60 S. Federal Highway, RICHARD F. ROSS 27 S.E. 3rd Street, ROYAL PALM REALTY CORP. 307 GolfviewDr TOWN & COUNTRY PROPERTIES 330 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd WEEKES REALTY CO., INC. 700 S. Federal Hwy., ; M.N.WEIR & SONS, INC. 855 S. Federal Hwy., U. JOHN A. 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26 6B Thursday, August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS LYKES SMOKED SUGAR CREEK 1-lb. Pkg. Palm River Sliced Hickory Smoked Bacon 59* / PRICES GOOD THRU SAT., AUG. 5th QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED O "BRAND in in in tn iirm in m i GOVERNMENT GRADED ]... Ill ill III III III ill III III III III 111 It III U. S.CHOICE BEEF Uh WHOLE OR IFULL SHANK HALF v\ U.S. Choice U S CHOICE W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN SHORT RIBS.... LB. 49 C U S CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS SHOULDER U S CHOICE W-D BRAND GROUND ROUND ROAST. LB. 89< STEAK. LB. 95' U S CHOICE ROUND BONE SHOULDER OR CALIFORNIA ROAST C U S CHOICE SEMI BONELESS E.Z. TO CARVE RIB ROAST?. 99' U S CHOICE W-D BRAND SIRLOIN TIP ROAST L..99 C U S. CHOICE BONELESS TOP OR BOTTOM ROUND ROAST. B. 99' W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CORNED BEEF BRISKETS '?.79 e U S. CHOICE ALL MEAT STEW OR GROUND CHUCK.. 2 ] /2 P B KG. *1" W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND (HANDY PACK) LB. $129 PKG. I BEEF 3 U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND LONDON BROIL B. 99' U S CHOICE ROUND BONE SHOULDER STEAKS.. LB. 79* U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND CHUCK STEAK.. B. 59' U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND DELMONICO STEAKS LB. # $139 U S CHOICE W-D BRAND PORTERHOUSE OR T-BONE STEAKS. B. $ 1 19 U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND SIRLOIN STEAKS 6. * lbs., 1 NO CENTER SLICES REMOVED "BUTT HALF" LB. 59' U.S. CHOICE SIRLOIN TIP OR TOP ROUND QUICK FROZEN HADDOCK OR FLOUNDER. PET PACK ALL CHICKEN STEAKS... ḶB 99' FILLET ḶB 49' PET FOOD... COPEIAND OR DIRR'S GOLD SEAL ALL MEAT FRESH CAUGHT DEEP SEA COOKED 8. BREADED WIENERS LB. 59' OCEAN FILLET. LB. 79' FISH STICKS 2 1 / WESTERN B 19* 8-OZ. SIZE (ALL FLAVORS) SUPERBRAND CHERDA.R STICKS 39' OLD FASHION STORE CHEESE. Ḅ 69' 10 CT. BALLARD OR PILLSBURY BISCUITS 8' 8-OZ. KRAFT'S GRATED PARMESAN CHEESE 79' U.S. CHOICE BONELESS FULL-CUT W-D BRAND TURKEYS V5 QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" YOUNG 1 LB. BLUE BONNET MARGARINE SUPERBRAND COTTAGE CHEESE.... CUP 14-OZ. CUP PALMETTO FARM PIMENTO CHEESE SPREAD. 59' W-D SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE to 20 LB. AVG.) 12 CT. DIXIE DARLING 1 LB. BOX CRACKIN GOOD DINNER ROLLS.. 10 e SALTINES 25* 20-OZ. DIXIE DARLING FAMILY 64 CT. ASTOR BREAD 19 C TEA BAGS 39' lft 69 e CALIFORNIA LARGE ^»am«m B^ CELERY..TffffT. 2/35' MOUNTAIN GROWN CABBAGE. 7' U.S. NO. 1 WHITE POTATOES FROZE-W FOODS 6-OZ. ASTOR ORANGE JUICE, 6«69' 12-OZ. ASTOR ORANGE JUICE 3PK69' I l-oz. MORTON ASSORTED DINNERS 39' 24-OZ. THRIFTY MAID BABY LIMA BEANS.. 43' CRINKLE CUT POTATOES 5 LB - BAR LB. BAG 59' THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES LB. 29«LARGE HEADS LETTUCE 23< GOLDEN CORN...6EARS 49 THRIFTY MAID V2GAI. ICE MILK ALL FLAVORS 1'/ BUSCH BEER MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE FLA. 1-LB. CAN OR SHIPPED 12-oz. CANS THRIFTY MAID 10 />OZ. CAN THRIFTY MAIO WY^i VSOUP MIX OR MATCH LIMIT: TWO 6 PACKS WITH $7.50 ORDER OR MORE LIMIT ONE WITH $7.50 ORDER OR" MORE R CAMINO REAL SHOPPING CENTER CAM1NO REAL AND S.W. 3rd AVENUE

27 BOCA RATON NEWS Thursdoy, August 3, B School Worship Service 7:30 P.M. Worship Service 7:30 P.M. Wed.-Mid-week Service SPEAKER: DR. TORREY JOHNSON COMMUNITY CHURCH BOCA RATON N.W. 4th AVENUE AND N.W. 6th STREET DR. TORREYJOHNSON Minister episcopalchimcfr Boca Raton Road at N.E. Second Avenue SUMMER SCHEDULE SUNDAY SERVICES 8:00 A.M. Holy Eucharist 10:0Q A.M. Morning Prayer - Family Eucharist & Sermon TUES. 7:30 A.M. - MORNING PRAYER & HOLY EUCHARIST THURS. 10:00 A.M. - MORNING PRAYER & HOLY EUCHARIST UNIVERSITY Baptist Church 1st Federal Savings & Loan 601 No. Federal Highway Dr. George Thomson, Pasior 11:00 A.M. the Practical Aspects of Pentecost' 7:30 P.M. Dr. Richard s. Buker. Reporting Medical Survey Trip. Preaching to the heart in the heart of Boca Raton CHURCH of CHRIST Temporarily Meeting at 115 West Palmetto Pk. Rd. SERVICES SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M. WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. - 6:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. Visitors Are Cordially Invited " (hand of rship"" Information Call RINITY CHURCH OF GOD V^ (Andarson, Indiana) Dale E, Hency, pastor Temporary Location: Harris Upham Office 855 S. Federal Hwy. Weir Plaza - Boca Raton AIR CONDITIONING Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. 'Whatsoever Things Are...'" Christian Reformed Church 901 W. Palmetto Park Road Our Beautiful New CHURCH is OPEN Visit With Us and Enjoy This New House of Worship SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M. Nursery Available John Schuring, Pastor 1040 SW 1st Street Boca Raton Boca Raton PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Temporary Location ART GUILD BUILDING 801 W. Palmetto Park Rd. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A.M. Radio Program Sunday 8:30 A.M. WSBR 740 on Dial DAVID NICHOLAS, PASTOR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. J.O. Gash, Interim Pastor TEMPORARY LOCATION 3333 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School- 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30 Morning Worship 11:00 AJV1. Evening Worship 7:30 Wednesday Evening Prayer Service 7:30 P.M. "Bible Teaching and Bible Preaching"." : :%' " " : :-: : Attend the Church of your choice Sunday Chapel at St. Andrew's School 'Whatsoever Things Are' Is Topic Rev. Hency Will Preach "Whatsoever Things Are" will be the sermon topic of Rev. Dale E. Hency at the 9:30 a o m. service Sunday for Trinity Church of God. Rev, Albert L. Eastman will conduct both services at Church of the Open Door. Sermon topic at the morning service will be "How the Church Misinterprets Prophecy." Sermon topic at the evening service will be "Not Enough to be Born Again." The church will inaugurate a new hymn sing preliminary to the regular service Sunday at 7:15 p.m. with Bob Glick at the organ and Lillian Williams at the piano. Dr. Torrey Johnson will preach at both services Sunday in Bibletown Community Church, V FIRST BAPTIST Temporary location, 3333 N. Federal Highway, (Grant Bldg.). Rev. J.O. Gash, interim pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday 7:30p.m. CHRISTIAN REFORMED 901 W. Palmetto Park Rd. John O. Schuring, minister; Services Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible classes, 9:45 a.m. Nursery available for Sunday school and morning service at the parsonage, 1040 S.W. First St. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Temporarily located in administration building, 1675 N.W. Fourth Ave. Services Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service, 7:30 p.m, FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Northeast Second Court, pastor, Rev. J.E. Latham. Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. with Sunday school, 9:30 a.m, first and third Sunday EBENEZER BAPTIST Northeast 12th Street, Rev. Earlie Robinson, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a-nu; morning service, 11 a.m 0 ; BTU meeting 5 p o m.; evening service, 6 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boca Raton Printing Co, building, 41 S.E. Fourth St., west of Federal Highway. Sundays at 11 a.m., Wednesday at 11 a.m. Reading room in Bocade building, Palmetto Park Road. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Temporary location, Art Guild building, 801 W. Palmetto Park Rd,, Rev. David Nicholas, Pastor, Sunday Service, 11 a.m., Sunday School, 9:45 a.m o Christian Reformed Church will observe a service preparatory to Holy Communion at 11 a.m. Rev. John Schuring will preach on "Repeat Because..." Sermon topic at the 7 p.m. service Rev. Schuring will continue his series of sermons on "The Acts of the Holy Spirit/' "Forgive Us Our Debts" will be the sermon topic of Rev» Christian D. Weber at the 10 a.m. service in Moravian Church. "The Handwriting on the Wall" will be the sermon topic of Rev. Albert T. Shiphorst at the 9:30 a,m. service in First Presbyterian Church. Holy Communion will be administered. Rev. George Thomson will preach on "Some Practical Aspects of Pentecost" at the 11 a.m. service for University Baptist Church. Speaker at the ADVENT LUTHERAN N.E. 4th Ave. at 50th St. just off U.S. 1. Kenneth Nosworthy, student pastor. Sunday service, 9 a.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST Unitarian-UnTversalist Church of Boca Raton, 164 W. Palmetto Park Rd., 10 a.m. Sunday School and Church. FIRST METHODIST N.E. 2nd Ave. at N.E. 6th St. Clark S. Reed, minister. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.church services, 8:30 and 11 a.m. Nursery for children. MYF meets Sunday, 5:45 p.m., in the Church Hall. ST. GREGORY'S EPISCOPAL 245 E. Boca Raton Rd.; Sundays, Holy Eucharist, 8 a.m., family Eucharist, morning prayer, Holy Eucharist, sermon, 10 a.m.; Tuesday morning prayer and Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.m,; Thursday, morning prayer and Holy Eucharist, 10 a.m. TRINITY CHURCH OF GOD Temporary location, Harris Upham Bldg., Rev. Dale E. Hency, pastor. Services 9:30 a.m. Sunday. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 600 West Camino Real, Rev. Albert G. Shiphorst, pastor, Services 9:30 a.m. BIBLETOWN COMMUNITY CHURCH 600 N.W. Fourth Avenue. Dr. Torrey Johnson, minister; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; morning service, 11 a.m.; evening service, 7:30 p.m.; Youth Fellowship, 6:15 p.m. at the Fort, Communion service at 6:30 p.m. Memorial Hall. Senior high, 8 p.m. Friday; junior high, 7:30 p.m. Saturday. UNITED CHURCH Temporarily in the Hayden Stone (formerly the Lee Higginson) building, 105 E.Boca Raton Rd. Rev. Frederick Nelson, D.C., minister, Church school 9:30 a.m., Service, 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m. service will be Dr. Richard S. Baker, who has returned from a medical missionary survey in Haiti. "Spirit" will be the topic at the service for First Church of Christ, Scientist. Rev. Wilfred A. Burchwillbe the celebrant at the holy communion service at 8:30 a.m. in First Methodist Church, Communion meditation will be given by Miss Jane Stempz. Rev. James Statham will give the communion meditation at the 11 a.m, service. Rev. Clark S o Reed, pastor, is on vacation,, He will return Aug. 27. Services for Boca Raton Presbyterian Church will be held temporarily in the Art Guild building, 801 W. Palmetto Park Rd. Pastor is Rev. David Nicholas. FIRST CHRISTIAN New facilities at 450 N.E. 51st Street, Boca Raton. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Evening Worship :30 Wed. Prayer & Bible Study Gene Stinson Minister 4627 N. E. 4th Ave. Tel CHURCH OF THE OPEN DOOR 35th St. and 3rd Ave. N.W. Rev. Albert L. Eastman, Pastor. Sunday Services: Sunday school 9:45 a.m. for which there is a nursery available. Morning Worship, 11 a*m., Youth Fellowship 6:45 p.m. Evening service at 7:30. Tuesday evening Senior choir rehearsal, Wednesday evening Bible study hour at 7:30. MORAVIAN CHURCH 2 S.W. 12th Ave= Rev. Christian D. Weber, minister, Sunday School and Church Service at 10 a.m. ST. PAUL LUTHERAN 701 W. Palmetto Park Rd. Rev. Eugene O. Krug, pastor.sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; worship services. 8:30 and 11 a»nu Preschool nursery during 11 o'clock service. UNIVERSITY BAPTIST Meets at First Federal Savings and Loan Association building. Dr. George Thomson, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. HEBREW CONGREGATION Boca Raton Hebrew Congregation, P.O. Box 568. Services temporarily held at Marymount College, ST. JOAN OF ARC S.W. Third Street, Rev. Paul L. Manning, pastor; Sunday Masses 7, 9, 10:30 a.m. and noon- Confessions will be heard every Saturday from 4:30 to 5:30 and 7 : 30 to 8:30 p.m. Daily Masses 6:30 and 8 a.m. Holy Days, 7, 9, 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. First Presbyterian Church (UNITED PRESBYTERIAN, U.S.A.) 600 West Camino Real ONE SERVICE 9:30 A.M. Sermon 'THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL' Air-Conditioned ADVENT African 5001 NE 4 Ave. Near U.S.I SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:00 WOSSHIP SERVICE 10:00 Kenneth E. Nosworthy Student Pastor Phone Phons ! Ministers Rev. Albert G. Shiphorst Rev. Robert R. Bugbee Rev. David K. Allen ST. Nursery Available CHURCHES PAUL Mo Synod 701 W. Palmetto Pk. Rd. dunday SCHOOL 9:45 WORSHIP 8:30 and 11:00 (Pre-School Nursery at 11) E.O. Krug, Pastor Phone and CONGREGATIONAL UNITEDCHURCH of Boca Raton EVANGELICAL - REFORMED FREDERICK Sunday Worship NELSON, D.D MINISTER A.M. Church School 9:30 A.M. Temporary Location In HAYDEN STONE BUILDING 105 East Boca Raton Road 'The University Church' THE CHURCH of THE OPEN DOOR 300 N.W. 35th St., Boca Raton Minister: Albert L. Eastman Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 11:00 A.M. "How the Church Misinterprets Prophecy" 7:30 P.M. 'Music-Time'HymnSing Preliminary. Service at 7:15 p.m. with Bob Glickatthe Hammond Organ and Lillian Williams at the Console Piano. Pastor's message 'Not Enough to Be Bom Again!' Firs! Church of Christ Scientist Boca Raton Printing Company Bldg. 41 S.E. 4th St., Boca Raton SERVICES Sunday Sunday Schooi Nursery Wednesday READING ROOM Bocade Bldg. Arcade 110 E. Palmetto Pork Rd. Weekly 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. P' m ' Sundays 2'- 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. First Methodist Church 625 N.E. 2nd Ave., Boca Raton Minister: Clark S. Seed Musical Director: Dr. Kenneth Robinson Church School 9:45 A M Morning Worship 8:30 and 11:00' HOLY COMMUNION AIR CONDITIONED - NURSERY FIRST ASSEMBLY of GOD CHURCH of Boca Raton TEMPORARY LOCATION -ADMINISTRATION BLDG N.W. 4TH AVENUE WARREN FORNEY, PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School Morning Worship Evangelistic Service Wednesday Prayer & Praise Service 9:45 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. AIR-CONDITIONED - FULL GOSPEL SERVICE BOCA RATON MORAVIAN CHURCH 2 S.W. 12th Avenue Rev. Christian D. Weber, Minister Sunday School 10:00 am. CHURCH SERVICE 10:00 a.m! CHURCH NURSERY AIR CONDITIONED "A Protestant Denomination Since 1457"

28 8B Thursday, August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS King of the beasts at Lion Country Safari. County* Newest Attraction Schedules Opening Aug. 29 Tuesday, August 29, has been designated as opening day for Lion Country Safari, Palm Beach County's newest tourist attraction. England's Richard Chipperfield, vice president and zoological director of the $3.3 million wild-game preserve hewn from the Everglades, has assembled hundreds of animals for the uniaue attraction located along U.S.Jiighway 98, 20 miles northwest of Boca Raton. Included in the recently-imported menagerie are more than 100 lions, all roaming free along auto lanes winding over the 640-acretract. Along with other wild animals, including elephants, rhinoceroses, zebras, giraffes, wildebeests, herds of antelopes, chimpanzees, and such exotic birds as ostriches and East African crested cranes, the prides of lions will be mingling with motorists from 9 a.m. until dusk every day. Among the star attractions will be 7,000- pound Gus, the world's largest white rhino in captivity. Shortly joining Gus on Rhino Island will be his three-ton 'sweetheart' from Uganda. Another exciting lure will be Pets Corner, operated by Belgium's famed animal handler Beatrice Dante, whose talented chimpanzees have been featured on network television shows. This play area has been designed pri- Everyone Loves A BUICK FOR THE BEST DEAL ON A 196/ BUICK SEE FRANK COULSON Dir d Foctory Deiler * FINEST SERVICE * LARGE PAINT & BODY SHOP n#+ COiiSOI %c DELRAY BEACH 1616 N. Federal Hwy. - Ph MAYTAG NATURAL OR FLO-GAS DRYERS marily for children. There will be numerous other attractions with authentic African motif, but the greatest thrill of Lion Country Safari will come in the 'eyeball to eyeball'confrontation with freeroaming lions. Motorists must stay in their cars and keep their windows rolled up (airconditioned cars are available at a slight rental), and normal safari rules must be obeyed. Convertibles may be exchanged at the main gate for the air-conditioned rental sedans. Big-game trapper Chipperfield and his seasoned cadre of armed bush-trained animal handlers will be patrolling the grounds constantly in radio - equipped safari vehicles. They control the great beats with skillful ease and cautious respect. At Lion Country Safari, as on the sprawling savannahs of Africa, the lion plays a regal role, while avoiding the browsing elephant and the moody rhino. Visitors will see giraffes, zebras, antelopes, and other 'lion delicacies' grazing in full viewof their natural enemies. Lion Country Safari, the only authentic attraction of its type in America, is patterned after England's popular Lions of Longleat, recently featured in Life magazine, but is much larger and far more varied. 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29 < : 7T 12A Thursday, August 3, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS fr^^^frl^ f- Police said Richard K. Simmons, State Highway Dept. employee, was only slightly injured when he fell from the Inlet bridge Tuesday morning. Taken to Community Hospital, he was released after treatment. Credit was given to Calvin C. White and Harold Angus for pulling the fallen workman from Inlet waters. The Fort Lauderdale resident apparently stepped backward from a scaffolding under the bridge. HOSPiTALIZATION INSURANCE Family Protection - Major Medical Costs Medicare Supplement - No Age Limit Add to your present insurance - Major Companies Thomas M. Forsyth, Jr. Executive Suite, Yfeir Plaza Bldg. Phone Haw are you fixed for the future? Look Info U.S. Savings Bonds 1 as a smart place to put your money. Adult Institute Will Offer High School Review Course A high school review course, designed to prepare adults for examinations for a State of Florida high school equivalency diploma, has been scheduled by the Palm Beach County Forrestal (Continued from Page1) Forrestal and her Air Wing report to Yankee Station. Ever since our ship first was commissioned, each crew of Forrestal has been preparing for this first combat assignment." Beling also told the parents that during a week of operations in the Caribbean the crew was put through one of the 'most comprehensive and realistic operation readiness inspections ever given a ship," "For four days," he said, "your man, along with his shipmates played the game, as they fought fires, copes with bomb and torpedoe damage to the ship, loaded weapons on aircraft, shot down incoming raids and won the war! None of us were surprised at the overall grade of excellent which Forrestal received." The letter did not reach the Houghtons July 25. It was August 1. The crew never did see combat duty. The fire broke out July 28 as the Forrestal was readying planes for their first attack off the coast of North Vietnam. )re a t Sears Why Swdler? $M l\v, Comfortably Cool in (Jean Air with ColcJspol Air f Adult Institute starting Aug. 8. The diploma, which satisfies college entrance and job requirements for a high school certificate, will be given to those who successfully pass the equivalency examinations to be given during the week A.H.Nuhn Services will be held Friday for Albert H. Nuhn, 69, 1174 S.W. 12th Ave., who died Monday. Mr. Nuhn came to Boca Raton one and a half years ago from Ocala where he had been a tax accountant. He was a member of Community Church of Boca Raton. Survivors include his wife, Esther E., Boca Raton; daughter, Miss Wand a Nuhn, Grand Rapids, Mich.; brother, Walter Nuhn, Hamburg, N.Y., and two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Dike, Cleveland, Ohio and Mrs. Ruth Justice, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Services will be conducted by Rev. John Douglas at 10 a.m, in Kraeer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Qcala, Friends may call 6 to 9 p.m. today. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Child Evangelism Fellowship in care of Mrs. Nuhn. D.M.Scott Services will be held today for David M. Scott, 75, 1001 N.E. Fourth Ave., who died Monday in his home. Mr. Scott came to Boca Raton 11 years ago from New York City. He was a member of starting Oct. 2. The review course will be taught at Forest Hill High School in three sections. Each section will meet one night a week at 7 o'clock. English grammar and literary comprehension will be taught on Tuesdays Doric Masonic Lodge 275 F&AM, New York City. Survivors include his wife, Kathleen, Boca Raton; sisters, Mrs, Etta Garrison, Pompano Beach, Mrs, Georgina Johnson, Long Island, N.Y.,. and brother, Charles. Services will be conducted by Rev. Albert G. 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IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT FOR MANAGER TRAINEES Fast growing Drug Chain has immediate openings in the Boca Raton - Deerfield Area for young men 21 or over, willing to work hard for rapid advancement. We are seeking responsible men who can quickly advance to managerial position. Retail selling experience desirable, bui not necessary. You will be given training in all phases of store operations. Good starting salary and all employee benefits. Apply in person only... Mr. Bach, Eckerd Drug Store 150 W. Camino Real, Boca Raton OR Mr. Signor, Eckerd Drug Store 930 S. Fed. Hwy., Deerfield Beach BLARHAM'S MOWER SERVICE 451 S. Dixie Hwy, E. POMPANO - PHONE GET ACQUAINTED COUPON 18 in.-24 in. REEL TYPE MOWER $7.50 ROTARY OR ED6ER 5.00 CLEAN-UP, TUNE-UP SHARPENING Includes new spark plug, oil change, head pulled and carbon removed from piston and valve, mower sharpened. (Coupon offer expires Aug. 10th) Open Mon.-Sat. 7: Day Service ALL WORK GUARANTEED (35 Years Experience) BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, August 3, A CASH fw your ORIEHTALor *ili3he$tprices PAIR FOR OLD PR NEW ORIENTALS * 35 AUTOS $ PA8BTE0 4 COATS DUPONT BAKED ENAMEL Trucks Pointed And Lettered 10 Months Finance Flan ] Dor Service BOOT WORK * UPKOlSTfltr PAINTS e SEAT COVERS XONViRTIBLE TOPS > MfCHJKICAL W0««Palm l,t PAUL'S Serving Beach County far 10 years AUTO BODY & PAINT SHOP 418 So. H St. IAKE WORTH One Block West of Dixie Open Sundays for estimates Drivetiie rtii satiable new BMW 2'doorsedan. Only $2, BUNKER RD. WEST PALM BEACH FOR LOCAL ROAD TEST CALL «C. J. WIC Call For Classified Ad Service I question: in the auto buyery mind:) SHOULD I TRADE NOW OR WAIT! ANSWER NOW! And! For Two Very Good Reasons: No New ear prices will be increased as much os $200, $300, $400. This is a fact... and should be reason enough, for those who want to save. 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31 Ki?f3-FILS BINDJSY BOS 1673 ST MJGU3TIMS FLA BOCA RATON NEWS Vol. 12, No. Ill August 6, 1967 Sunday 10<: School Problems Top City, State Agendas Faculty Reports Monday Back-to-school activities are gaining momentum and construction of new bicycle paths will be on the agenda for Tuesday's City Council meeting. City crews also have started re-painting the green crosswalks which take youngsters across busy intersections. This one at 28th street ties in with the bicycle path to J.C. Mitchell school. Jr. College Opens This Week The beginning of school may be nearly a month away for most Palm Beach County schools, but Palm Beach Junior College begins this week the final phases Youth Hurt In Accident Jeff Preston, age about 16, was reported in "fair" condition yesterday morning following a motorbike-car accident. Boca Raton Community Hospital authorities said Preston was admitted to the hospital following an early morning collision. The youth reportedly ran into a parked car while delivering papers from his motorbike. The accident occurred at Southwest 3rd street and Second avenue. No other details were available. of preparation for registration next week and classes Aug. 21. Faculty members will arrive on campus at 8 a,m. Monday, for three days of preparation before freshmen show up on Thursday and Friday for orientation and counseling. A pre-school schedule arranged by Dr. Paul Graham, dean of instruction, gives more time than usual for meetings with department chairmen and Registrar Laurence Mayfield Ann Landers Calendar Classifieds Editorials Insight Real Estate Sports Travel Woman's News Page 4B 3B 10-11B 4A IB 6-7-9B 6-7A 5A 2-3-4B regarding registration. The college is undergoing a complete change in registration procedures for she fall term, utilizing computer equipment for greater machine assistance. Registration is Aug , with late registration set for Aug. 18. General faculty meetings, at which Dr. Harold C. Manor will preside, are set for 9 a.m. Monday and Wednesday. Superintendent of County Schools, Robert W, Fulton, will greet the returning faculty at the first general meeting. The year-round character of the PBJC schedule is shown by the fact that the final exams for the second session of the spring term were completed just a week ago, with the wind-up of one academic year coming just four days before the start of another. Creativity, Profit Combine In Manufacturing Operation To be able to operate a business profitably and at the same time to create something of beauty is doubly satisfying, according to Renke Brunken, president of Fantasy Fountains Corp,, The company manufactures completely self contained illuminated fountains which can be installed in a living room on a patio, in a garden, or at an entrance. Other fountain units are designed to float in swimming pools, not only to beautify them but also to aereate the water. Some of these self contained units have been adapted to small fish ponds or large aquaria for aereating the water for the fish. The bowls of the complete fountains the company makes are of fiberglass reinforced plastic. They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, some are leaf-shaped, some are round, some star-shaped. Each has a central "core unit" containing a waterproof motorpump, a waterproof housing for an electric lamp, and a manifold to distribute water to a ring of jets for the water. All of the electrical and mechanical parts are concealed so as not to detract from the fountain's beauty. Some of the larger units have more than one light and there may be several rings of jets. Sixteenth In A Series On industry In Boca Raton The company has constructed several custom fountains for customers who wanted something special or had special decorative effects in mind. According to Brunken, Fantasy Fountains is the only company that manufactures a completely self contained and pretested "core unit" which canbe put into operation as soon as it arrives. Most companies supply fountain kits which must be assembled by a plumber or other craftsman. Brunken says his company has pioneered the concept of the "core unit" which can be adapted to a floating fountain in a pool, or can be fixed in a bowl supplied by the company, or can be fixed in the customer's bowl. The Fantasy fountain has a recirculating system which uses the same water over and over again. No plumbing needs to be connected to it therefore and only a little water needs to be added from time to time. It is therefore economical in the use of water. Recirculating the water relieves the staining problem from minerals dissolved in the water since the water can be treated (if necessary) to prevent the minerals coming out of solution and staining the bowl. All parts used in the fountains are of copper, bronze, brass, stainless steel, plastic, fiberglass or other non-corroding material which makes the fountain relatively trouble free. It is not even necessary to lubri- (Continued on Page 8A) County Ready For Opening Of Fall Term The opening of school is drawing closer, and the event is dominating the agendas of almost all city, county and state agencies. Boca Raton City Council gets into the act Tuesday with a proposal for construction of more bicycle paths to serve three local elementary schools. Public Works Director William Prendergast and City Manager Alan Alford will submit three proposals for action at Tuesday's regular council meeting. The city's newest school, Addison Mizner, comes up for consideration for the first time. Prendergast and Alford propose to spend $1,112 for construction of paths in the vicinity of the school, located just off 12th avenue in Boca Raton Square. Along Dixie highway, the proposal calls for construction of a path from Northeast 13th street south to Palmetto Park road. Cost of the project is pegged at $1,876. Northwest 2nd avenue, serving the J.C. Mitchell School, will get a new path at an estimated cost of $1,200 if the plan is approved. Total oust of the three projects would be $4,188. Alford said that funds are available in the capital improvement fund of the current budget. At the county level, the Palm Beach County Board of Public Instruction said elementary principals will re-open their offices Aug. 15. Senior and junior high school principals already are on the job. Although classes don't start until Sept. 1, teachers will be on the job starting Aug. 21 for the new personnel and Aug. 22 for returning teachers. How many new teachers will be on the job is still up in the air in some places, although Palm Beach County seems to be faring well enough. Palm Beach Junior College reported that its faculty selection has been com- (Continued on Page 8A) August 3-5, 1967 Hi Lo Rain Thurs, Fri Sat. noon > -. - New drainage canal is sliced through corner of Florida Atlantic University campus. It will tie-in with the city-lake Worth Drainage District plans to re-locate and improve L-46 canal and correct the situation which has led to flooding at Boca Raton High School and on the FAU campus. Council Seeks Answer To Weed Control in Lake Weeds of one variety, or another will be on the agenda for discussion at Tuesday's city council meeting. Aquatic weeds, a recurring problem in the city's lakes and drainage canals are the subject of a report by City Manager Alan Alford, In a memorandum on the situation at Sable Palm Lake in Boca Raton Square, Alford,lists three possibilities for council action, but offers no solution. Elodea, an underwater weed, is the chief problem and Alford suggests that the city could: Chemically treat the water to destroy plant growth for short periods of time. Fill in the lake, except for those areas needed for drainage. Do nothing. Alford also points out that similar problems of lakes without public - access exist in other subdivisions ~ Lake Martha in Palmetto Park Terrace and Lake Floresta. A public hearing is slated on another weed control problem, an ordinance giving the city manager authority to execute exceptions to the city's lot clearing ordinance. Roy Graves assembles fountain unit. Also on the short agenda for Tuesday's meeting is another public hearing, on an ordinance adjusting the time required for appeals from decisions of the board of adjustment. Solicitations Bring Warning Reports that local business firms are being solicited by mail for listing in a classified business directory have been received by the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. Chamber Manager Ed Register warned local businesses to have their bookkeepers examine such mailings carefully before payment is made, and be sure the owner or manager has authorized payment for such a listing. Register said the mailings may have the appearance of some utility invoices and generally are postmarked from California. Register said postal authorities have been requested to investigate such mailings, since some businesses may pay for an un-ordered listing after receiving the solicitation.

32 2A Sunday, August 6, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS MITCH WOODBURY REPORTS: Pet Hobby Signs...One of my pet hobbies down the years has been collecting humorous signs,, Eight or ten weeks ago I printed a few here. They seemed to be well received. So I've decided to give you an encore. Thus the following, I hope, will be the cause of a smile, a giggle, a laugh, or, perhaps, a loud guffaw. How about this sign on the back of a toy company truck? "Don't Hit Me. I'm Full of Fun." Have you ever seen this sign over a bar? "Stick Around. Remember Three Outof Four Accidents Happen at Home." A friend reported this sign on a gas station on Telegraph Road near Flatrock, Mich.: "Fill Up and Be Tank Full," Then there was this small pile of lumber atop which a sign read: "Chuck Full O'Knots." Here's one I saw driving out Monroe St. in my old home town of Toledo: "Limit 30, Speed 40, Cost 50." And still another: "Bigamy marrying a pretty girl and a good cook." Plus the one that reads: "One of your greatest possession is the 24 hours ahead of you. ' Van's Colonial House in Toledo has a small sign you can slip over the top of a highball glass. It reads: "Danger Hangover Under Construction." More Signs...1 like this sign over the bar in Rattazzi's restaurant in New York City: "If you are over 80 and accompanied by your parents, we will gladly cash your check." Sign in a Chicago liquor store: "We package instant courage." And Paul Crume saw this one at an insurance agency: "Drive Slow or Buy Fast Insurance." Friend of mine spotted this one on a North Florida highway: "Danger. Men Should be at Work." And, for a sign off, here's one over the bar at the Press Box in New York spotted by my friend, Jack Egan: "If money talks, it sure is giving a lot of us the silent treatment." Boca Newcomers...1 had a letter from an old friend the other day. His name is Ken Norwine, of Swanton, O., who told me his daughter and her husband had moved to Boca Raton. The newcomers are David and Patricia Mueller. David is an engineer with IBM and was transferred here by his company to assist in establishing the new IBM factory. Prior to coming south the Muellers lived in Fairbanks, Alaska, and Poughkeepsie, N.Y. They have purchased a lot on N.E. 32 St. and plan to break ground for a new home in the near future. Cruizing Southward,,.Joe Janssen, that ardent fisherman (and he has a home full of trophies to prove his ability), and his wife, Jean, departed the other day for North Carolina to pick up Joe's new fishing cruizer. They're enroute southward via the Intracoastal at this moment and are expected to tie up at their Harbour East dock in a few days. My nomination for the smoothest swinging golfer in the area is Clyde Summers of Country Club Village. He scores well, too. Clyde will skip the links for a few weeks in September for a trip to St. Louis. Speaking of golf, Harold Shubert has returned from six weeks in the north and is again walloping the ball around the Sun and Surf Beach Club golf links with his pal, Gene Fields. The Farewell (Shorty) Bookers are back in Boca after five weeks in Wisconsin and Ohio... Happy vacation to Rand and Carol Gaugler. They're just enjoying their leisure here at home. Comments on Many Things...Andrew V.Anderson, better known to his friends as "Andy," and his wife will move from their East Camino Real home into their new Cloister Beach Towers apartment any day now. A salute to Mary Day. She's given up her golf this summer to take care of the recreational activities of the children at the Sun and Surf Beach Club. And she's a pretty good club swinger, too. Hits a long ball. Is it true that the teenagers who shout "fore" at the golfers along the north hole of the above mentioned course from their cars on Sunday can't count any higher? More Comment..,A friend who didn't view the Allan Sherman show on TV two weeks ago asked me what songs he lampooned and the titles he gave them. Well, twoof them were, "Won't You Come Home Disraeli?" and "Bye, Bye, Blumburg." Aside to the state road dept.: Aw, let the small fry and the senior citizens fish from the bridges. They'll get off the draw in plenty of time when a boat goes by. Don't be an old meanie. Anne Burns is getting to be as good a fisherman as her husband John. Angling on the ocean off the Burns cruizer named after her, the Anne Cee, she landed a seven foot eight inch sailfish last week. You bet it's being mounted. One More for the Road..Overheard at Chez Joey: "The Internal Revenue people know what to give a man who has everything ~ an audit." OPEN for INSPECTION! 3093 BANYAN ROAD BOCA RATON Near Ocean. This attractive 4 BR..4 Bath Duplex could be your Home or Income Prop. We believe this is the Best single bldg. investment in this Phone REALTY Ray SoreFs Sea Chest Florida Beaches: Some Are Squeaky By Ray Sorel The sand on some of Florida's beaches crunches under foot like snow. In the north west part, near Panama City and Pensacola, it squeaks when you scuff your feet through it in addition to crunching. The beaches around Sarasota crunch too...but no squeaking. If you look at the sand through a low power m icroscope, you find the Sarasota sand has flakes in it. Looks as though some shells were ground up in it. But the north west Florida sand is made up of irregular cystals that look like quartz. These pearls of knowledge aren't exactly the most useful, but it gives you some idea of the kinds of things you're likely to pick up if you wander around Florida a little. Every time I get a chance, I try to find a lonely beach somewhere to flake out and just let the nerves sag. Lonely beaches are getting hard to find. Any kind of beach is nearly absent between St. Petersburg and St. Marks, You'll find a few beaches in the Florida Keys but they're lonely mostly during parts of the summer. Along the east coast north of Jupiter you'll find miles of beaches and in certain places at certain times of year (mostly summer) you won't find a soul as far as the eye can reach in either direction. We found stretches between C arr abelle and Fort Walton Beach that were equally deserted. Our friends think we're crazy that we took this trip in our truck camper rather than taking our 40 foot ketch on a cruise. But when you live aboard as we do, some of this sailing business loses its novelty.,.especially if you've already cruised the area within range rather thoroughly. If you have a week or ten days off it's a little foolish to use most of it in traveling 250 or 300 miles to a place you have already visited to get a couple of days of relaxation. No, when we take the boat on a cruise, we usually take a few weeks off and get enough to last us awhile. The northwest part of Florida had a special interest for me because I was stationed awhile at Camp Gordon Johnston near C arr abelle and I wanted to see how the place had changed. I hardly recognized the place. There was hardly more than a pool hall in my Army days but now there's a thriving fishing village there...a picturesque one at that. I was told that the harbor Sign Up For U.S. Savings Bonds/ New Freedom Shares IRST EDERAL Savings and Loan Association of Deli-ay Beach Home Office 645 E. Atlantic Blvd. INSURED had been dredged out to 30 foot depth to accommodate barges bringing flour from the midwest for distribution throughout the south east by truck. I'm pretty finicky about seafood, but I had one of the best seafood dinners in my life at the White Kitchen. Just west of Panama City is a string of beach communities that seemed to me to be a bit of Coney Island, Atlantic City, and Miami Beach The Boca Raton Beach...the sand doesn't squeak. HONG KONG LADY "Fine Imported Fashions" DRESSES, SUITS, SWEATERS, GLOVES and BAGS At Hong Kong Prices! "GO BROKE SAVING MONEY" Beaded Sweater 237 Commercial Blvd. Louder dole-by-the-sed Special... $10.95 PHONE 'Just Like Shopping in Hong Kong" BOCA RATON OFFICE 601 N. Federal Hwy. Phone all rolled into one. The only roller coaster (sometimes euphemistically called a scenic railway) I ever saw in Florida is on this strip of beach. It seems that Florida has a little something for everybody...even for those who pine for a Coney Island type of amusement park. I'd also visited Apalachicola during my Army days and I believe this city (or town) comes closest to appearing unchanged as any I've seen in Florida. «.and the Army was quite generous in giving me the guided tour of Florida. The business district, while clean, has few if any new buildings of any consequence. But down on the waterfront I saw what looked like an old time ship chandler's and I wouldn't be surprised if you could go into a place like this and buy a cedar bucket (let's see you find a cedar bucket in your city). A cedar bucket, by the way is. the only bucket that won't rust or corrode when used around salt water, and won't rot, tear, or split as some of these plastic things will. Well...you may have to replace the galvanized wire bands that hold the bucket together. There were only two things that we found wrong with our vacation. One was that I had to buy a new tire for the truck. The other was the smell that three strategically placed paper mills produced. When the wind blew east or west, they blanketed the beaches with it for 30 miles to leeward. Charles Hutchinson HAIR FASHIONS Open Monday 40 S.E. 4th Street (4th St. Office Plaza) Ample Parking Space BOCA RATON SELLING YOUR HOME? 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33 Space Talk By Col John A. "Shorty" Powers (Ret.) Dear Sir: Since the Earth is rotating very rapidly, why does man have difficulty adjusting to being rotated, especially for space flight? -Susan Henderson, Cleveland, Tenn., age 13. Dear Susan: The problenfhere is compound rotation. Man's vestibular (inner ear) system has adapted to normal Earth rotation at a constant speed and circumference. Astronauts have had no problem with Earth orbit, except Armstrong and Scott on Gemini 8, who ended up rotating within their orbit at rates up to one revolution per minute. They became disoriented and suffered from vertigo. Medical officials at the Manned Spacecraft Center say this is one of the big questions the hope to answer during the manned orbiting laboratory flights of Apollo Applications presuming Congress appropriates enough money for that program. Dear Mr. Powers: Can a satellite becontrolled from Earth? My hobby is astronomy.-tom Kobzda, Phoenix, Ariz., age 13. Dear Tom: Satellites are controlled from Earth, as are parts of so-called manned flights. The hundreds of unmanned spacecraft now in flight and the partial ground control of manned vehicles raise the argument against sending man into space. I think man's value in space is just beginning to show over ground control. Dear Colonel Powers: Is it possible th t by 1985 American aircraft will adopt anti-gravity as a means of power? There are now 46 government-controlled anti-gravity projects underway, plus many more run by private industry. One wellknown aircraft designer predicts that all future U.S. aircraft will be powered by anti-gravity and "the people onboard would not feel any more effect than they do from the Earth as it rotates and orbits the sun." -Philip James, San Antonio, Texas, age 14. Dear Philip: That's like trying to say when a cure for cancer will be produced. I don't know, and I don't think anyone else does either. Propulsion has always beena key to tomorrow. Right now, we don't know enough about gravity to be able to generate anti-gravity. Hit the books, Philip, the 1985 answer might be yours! The senders of the two best questions each week in the judgment of Col. Powers and the editors of World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc. ~ will receive $25 U.S. savings bonds. When submitting questions, please include name and age or occupation. Mail them to Col. John Powers, c/o Boca Raton News, P.O. Box 580, Boca Raton, Fla c World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc. Telephone linemen repair cables on tiie south side of Glades road near Florida Atlantic University. The cables were damaged by a brush flte last weekend. 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34 The View from Tallahassee Needed: Studious Editing Boca Raton's involvement with Florida Atlantic University dates back well beyond the openingof the university...back to the days when "Boca U" was just a glint in the eye of Chamber of Commerce members. A lot of time, effort, fund raising and cash were poured into the efforts to clinch the designation of Boca Raton as the site for the first upper-division university anywhere in the world. That the efforts were successful is a matter of history. The campus on the old airport site is now bustling with students and the university is moving toward a place of respect in educational circles...although it would get there a lot faster if the programs were properly funded by the state. However, that's not what concerns us at the moment. Apparently the university now wants to turn its back on the city and romp off to other areas. Whatever logic is involved in the decision to hold the university's second "Leadership Workshop" at a Fort Lauderdale beach hotel escapes us completely. These leadership workshops are held annually to introduce incoming student leaders picked Views of Other Newspapers For what may be the best of motives, the Department of the Interior has involved itself in the worst of arrangements. In an effort to gain the cooperation of the State of California, in the creation of a national redwood park, the Interior Department is offering several tracts of Federal land in exchange for two state redwood parks. This proposed transaction is unsound in principle and unnecessary in practice. It amounts to nothing more or less than catering to Governor Reagan's Alice-in-Wonderland view of the world according to which the Federal Government is an enemy and its proposal to establish another national park in California is possible only if the state is compensated for the "loss" of the two state parks that would be included. Individuals more in tune with reality know that a national park is invariably an economic benefit to the state where it is located. It generates tourism and other sources of income that otherwise would not exist. The Federal Government is not taking anything from the people of California; on the contrary, it wants to spend upward of $100 million to protect the watershed of the existing state parks and to create what can be thought of as a valuable, revenue-producing investment for Californians. Although the Federal Government naturally compensates private landowners when it creates a national park and occasionally makes minor boundary adjustments with local governments, it has never followed the policy of compensating We do not assume there is any valid connection between Susan's dark eye and her disposition. She thrives on competition. Wherever she gets a root down, she calls it home and is willing to compete against other flowers and all grasses. Farmers do not like her because she takes over fields and meadows. She thrives in both wet places and dry areas. It is interesting that the Black-Eyed Susan took a reverse route to conquer a nation. In the last century much clover seed was shipped from the west and she came along with it. Most of the nation's weeds have gone from east to west. Already Susan is making settlements in European fields. Many confuse Susan with the Oxeye daisy. The latter has a golden heart and white petals.. '.'--; By John Barclay Exploring Words TABOO Among the many innovations and stirring tales that Captain James Cook, the celebrated English navigator, brought back to his native land were the words taboo, tattoo and kangaroo. The etymology, or history of these words reveal a rare instance wherein we have adopted into our unique, universal language the word symbols of a primitive island race. Taboos, or "tabus", arose as a natural result of man's ignorance and fear of a world about him which loomed hostile and strange. The practice of taboos among the Polynesians consisted in the setting apart of certain objects as sacred, or either unclean, with supernatural powers to injure and kill. Although steeped in superstition, these taboos Beach Party Best of Motives Susan by their previous deans to the FAUprogram. According to a university publication, the 35 student leaders will be given an introduction to FAU's "academic and extra-curricular activities as well as all other facets of university life." One supposes it's possible to do this from a vantage point several miles away and it might even be desirable if there were no facilities available any closer. However, the university is now well equipped with dormitory facilities and Boca Raton is where most of the students will be spending most of their time. The program we saw didn't even include a visit to the campus for these new students leaders, who presumably will go back touting the wonders of a university which operates from a hotel on the Fort Lauderdale beach. Or perhaps the real purpose of the leadership workshop is simply to scout out the hot spots students will want to visit during next year's Easter bash. The university will be hard pressed to build a case for its budgetary problems if its idea of wise spending includes throwing beach parties for incoming students. state governments by the gift of hundreds of thousands of acres of Federally owned land. It has never done so for the very good reason that no injury justifying recompense has taken place. There is no reason to alter that sound policy in this instance. In fact, we think it would be preferable for the Federal Government to leave the existing parks under state control and proceed to buy out the private holdings in the Mill Creek and the even more desirable Redwood Creek areas that are not now protected by the state. This unprecedented "compensation" arrangement is all the more disturbing because it. may tacitly be linked to the fate of Mineral King in southern California. Private developers and influential politicials are pushing for Interior Department approval of a plan for a ski resort that would necessitate building a road across part of the Sequoia National Park. Is approval of this plan by the Secretary of the Interior part of the 'compensation" that Governor Reagan and his backers envisage for their approval of the state's cession of tworedwood parks? To forestall any such suspicion, it would be salutary for Secretary Udall to take a firm public stand on principle against such a deal. Congress can and certainly should save the redwoods without passing through Governor Reagan's toll booth. -New York Times Susan has a dark chocolate eye and golden petals. Few flowers offer a more generous harvest of pollen and nectar than the dark-hearted flower. Bees, wasps, butterflies and beetles all gather for the harvest. Fertilization of the flowers is very complete, and a farmer who grows his own hay seed inevitably spreads the seeds of Susan when he sows a new field. Black-Eyed Susan is not a favorite with farmers. The stiff wiry stems covered with sharp bristles are not relished by cows or horses. But a countryman, walking his acres on a summer day looks at the patches of extroverts and enjoys the picture of the dark-eyed, yellow-fringed flowers in the meadows and on the uplands. -The Hartford C our ant Stirring Tales and Rituals were an instinctive form of tribal self-government that probably made more sense than some of our complex laws concerning abortion and alimony today. The Polynesian word tau-tau now spelled tattoo, was a ritual of marking the skin with punctures of inserted pigment and it also meant the beating out of a tattoo, or rhythm on the drums. If you are wondering about the origin of the word kangaroo, there is a legend with some repute that Captain Cook asked the natives what the word meant which described the odd animal. They answered, "it means we don't know." Perhaps they were primitive cousins to the American farmer who saw his first giraffe' at the zoo and bewildered by the sight, the rustic said: "I don't believe it." These marsupial mammals were not confined to the continent of Australia. Kangaroos were found in Tasmania, New Guinea and the neighboring islands; so it is plausible that Captain Cook may have found them in the Polynesias. The Romans contemporary word for taboo, was the Latin word religio from which our word religion stemmed. They too, with all their culture feared the elements of nature that were alien to them. The Romans solemnly respected taboos on wearing leather because of its prior form of. animal life, Friday the 13th and the Ides of March. In some ways we have progressed, but there are still many of us who harbor such secret taboos as opening an umbrella in the house, knocking on wood, or fearfully walking under a ladder. By Malcolm B» Johnson There's going to have to be a studious editing session before final action if this Legislature is to avoid messing up the Florida State Constitution in the process of revision. There are signs that some of our legislators consider it their duty in the next two weeks to revise the revision which was worked out carefully over a period of 18 months of public hearings, measured debate and deliberate word-picking by a special Commission set up by the Legislature for the purpose. It's true that the Legislature under the. present Constitution must get the last crack at revision before it goes to the people for ratification or rejection. That's one of the worst flaws in the old Constitution. However, a prudent Legislature will not lightly scramble the provisions so studiously drawn by authors of the new Constitution; and there seems to be a predominant awareness of this, because they are studying the recommended draft word - by - word before taking any action. Still, there are little pitfalls, because the bills before the House and Senate are not the entire new Constitution proposed by the Commission. Some controversial sections and articles will be considered separately. But the Revision Commission brought out a finely-tuned whole document. Some theories of government carry through it like the theme of a symphony. Changing or omitting one passage may cause discord at another point. Elimination of discordant provisions in the present Constitution, and avoidance of them for the future, are the main objects of revision. The Commission did a good job of separating them so changes in the years to come can be made by replacement amendments without creating overlaps, duplications "Think they need some MORE help?" Behind the News in Business An Erratic Barometer By Leslie Gould The stock market, at best an erratic barometer as to things to come in the economy, seems to be painting an optimistic picture as to the fall and possibly longer period of time. This exuberance has yet to find confirmatio n in the statistics covering the immediate past and present state of the economy. The statistics may not be too meaningful, for they reflect what has happened while the stock market attempts to anticipate what will happen. Only this time the market's behavior also may not be too meaningful. It should be discounted some because this has been a highly speculative market for some time. The big play has been in the "high flyers" and has centered more in the American Stock Exchange and over-the-counter issues, rather than in the "blue chips" on the Big Board. In its current fortnightly review of the economy, the investment banking and Stock Exchange firm of Loeb, Rhoades & Co., while confident as to the course of business, observes: "There is no cause for the kind of euphoria (buoyancy) which the equity markets have displayed in recent weeks. ' When.we speak of resuming the upswing we cannot think of as sharp an upturn of economic activity as we experienced after recessions in earlier years. "Because this time the correction was only minor, the rebound must also be limited unless we again run into inflationary overheating." The review cautions that we may have to pay later for having avoided the recession now, and adds: "Part of the bill, run up in the form of higher government expenditures which helped to shorten the economic slowdown, will have to be paid in the form of the forthcoming tax increase; the other part, incurred through the liberal credit expansion practiced by the Federal Reserve, will probably have to be paid by way of higher interest rates and higher prices than we would otherwise have to face," The review concludes.- "Thus, the situation cannot be compared with At that time the recovery from the 1960 recession brought a sharp rise in employment, a substantial decline in labor cost, a strong upturn in capital expenditures, and especially a vigorous growth of corporate profits. In subsequent years the expansion was sustained by lower taxes, stable wholesale prices and stable labor costs. "This time it is more likely the recovery will be accompanied, and restricted, by rising and conflicts. But it couldn't make every section independent, so t h e Legislature is going to have to be careful that it doesn't upset this tuning. There's a little example in the impeachment provision. The present Constitution provides for removal from office by impeachment only for the Governor, Cabinet members, Supreme Court justices, district judges and circuit court judges. The Revision Commission proposed changing this to include "judges of other courts." That change in Article III is allied to the philosophy of a proposed new judicial article IV consolidating all the State's courts into five kinds Supreme, district, circuit, county and magistrate. Now, the House isn't considering that part of the judiciary article and the Senate is approaching it timidly because it is highly controversial among lawyers and established judges. So, if the Legislature accepts the impeachment provision as written and rejects the court streamlining provisions, we'll have a Constitution that extends the impeachment process to all the county judges, justices of the peace, small claims judges and judges of various special courts that clutter up the Constitution, This is a little thing, perhaps, because there are other methods of removal covering all judges; but legislators who have tried to impeach a circuit judge must shudder at the thought of having a JP impeachment case thrust on them. They simply wouldn't fool with it and the impeachment process now is too seldom used because legislators don't want to take the time. It shouldn't be weakened further. It is such small things as this that the Legislature can throw out of balance if it tries to revise the revision by regular legislative procedures ~ amendments from the floor, hastily written and accepted through emotion, apathy, fatigue or boredom. There are enough constitutional scholars on the scene, inside and outside the Legislature, to take the document generally agreed upon and polish off the rough spots before its final adoption. It's important that the Legislature give these men a chance to do it, or the people may decide there is no use trading the old Constitution for a new model with scratches and dents. wages and taxes and a sluggish behavior of capital expenditures, with the result that the profit performance will probably be much more modest." Wit's End "People who have moved here from other parts of the country now think that Augusts am one of them," he said. -Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle The mother said the boy was playing with an old pistol when it went off and shot him in the hand. The deputy sheriff said the woman, an old one, is unsafe and will be destroyed. -Fresno (Calif.) Bee Vice Valued at $400 Is Taken From Truck, -Albuquerque (N.M.) 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35 Report From San Jose Helen Hartley, chief of the news bureau at Florida Atlantic University, was in Costa Rica as a member of the University's first foreign study * program. A second group i s spending the month of August in San Jose. Timothy Regan, of the department of language and linguistics, is in charge of the program which can be taken for credit in Spanish. Here is Miss Hartley's second report of activities of the group and on life fn the Central American country. Costa Rica - Color it Colorfully Loud and clear we say they are the kindest, most exquisitely courteous people known to the travelers among us. If there are any roughnecks down here they have not been in any of the places frequented the past two weeks by Florida Atlantic University's foreign study group. Take the bus. (Here By Helen Hartley everybody does at least once a day since the fare SAN JOSE, Costa Rica is four cents.) At home 'What color is San Jose?", an artist friend wants to know. From mellow yellow down to brown, if one is looking at man-made growth; dreamy greens and green-like blues if the eyes are raised to t the city's crown of mountains. "What are the people like?", brings no such mas o menos answer. the bad manners of North Americans seem best displayed in the silent, late-mo del streamliners. Here the decrepit rattletraps careening about the city appear to bring out the mother in every woman and the gallant in every man. Women boarding or leaving are given a helping hand by any senor who happens to be near the door; often the assistant conductor hops out to extend a gentlemanly arm. There's no racing for a vacant seat, and a smiling amiability graces every passenger. Conversations one seat away are inaudible. Teenage boisterousness does not exist in public conveyances Ṫhe gentle pace of life here with its casual practicality shows even in the freshment parlors. Sipping yesterday afternoon were flanked on one side by a man simultaneous^ ly drinking coffee and receiving a shoeshine from an intierant practitioner with portable equipment who gave a conscientious 15 minutes to each shoe. On the other side were two women being offered limes for sale by a Pan American Photo Since life in San Jose, capital of Central America's Costa Rica, seems to revolve around the Central Park plaza, city fathers went all out in design of a striking bandshell. It's a gathering place for old and young alike - particularly young lovers. Aerial Acrobats Perform For Everglades Visitors Top-flight entertainment is on tap for Everglades National Park visitors in the months ahead. Birds that have migrated to the South Florida tourist attraction for the summer include two of the most spectacular aerial acrobats aloft. The Swallow - tailed Kite, from Central and South America, is fairly common in the Park from now until September. Identified by 1 white and glossy blue-black plumage, it has few peers in grace and speed. Vacationers will see them along the highway that stretches from the preserve's entrance, less than an hour's drive from Miami, to the hub of Park activities at Flamingo on Florida Bay. John James Audubon, world - famous artistnaturalist, once wrote that this kite "moves through the air with such ease and grace that it is impossible for any individual who takes the slightest pleasure in observing the manners of birds not to be delighted by the sight of it." He noted that it "rises in wide circles to an immense height... dives with the rapidity of lightning, and suddenly checking itself, reascends, soars away, and is soon out of sight.' Another master of the airways that visits the Park during the summertime is the Man-O- War Bird. Though ungainly when earthbound due to extremely short legs, it's a phenomenal flier once aloft. With long, narrow wings and deeply-forked tail, this bird executes incredible turns, performs vertical dives from great heights and achieves bursts of tremendous speeds without any apparent effort. Man-O-War birds roost in the Park's mangrove region. Vacationers at the Flamingo visitors complex can observe them swooping over Florida Bay, plucking tidbits from the water's surface with long hooked beak. An interesting sight to behold is this bird's "high-jacking" antics. The Man-O-War will often harass a fish-carrying pelican or gull in mid-air, until the intimidated victim releases its catch, allowing the pirate to make off with the morsel. The Swallow-tailed Kite and Man-O-War Bird are joined by over two hundred kinds of birds that regularly make an appearance in Everglades National Park. A total of 323 species of birds have been recorded in the Federal sanctuary. Many of them, including '- '*' the White-crowned Pigeon, Black - whiskered Vireo and Gray Kingbird appear in numbers only in summer. All these beautiful and ofttimes rare winged creatures are well worth the trip by bird lovers and vacationers who "migrate" to the Park to see them. Travel Agent Costs No Steamship Tours Cruises Airline 103 E. PALMETTO PARK RD. BOCA RATON PH swarthy farmer carrying a gunny sack. Outside, as we left, a man held two baby rabbits he would part with for a few colones. Business is where you find it, and nobody minds where that may be. Though their manners are better than ours, their sanitation prac- tices are not. But again nobody minds the unpackaged meat that hangs on hooks all day in unscreened markets. Business appears good, let us hope the turnover is rapid, and anyway only occasional Gringos suffer digestive dishormony. Should a visiting meat market manager from the States turn pale, the foreverspringlike air outside will restore him. If there is an occasional increase in tempo anywhere it is in the traffic. Actually there are no extremes of speed. Buttheryhthm is different. Physicists have a word or two for it: perpetual motion. The Gosta Rican driver worms his way in and out, and tailgating is his way of life. Even the nuns flying by on motor scooters press forward with the national confidence in transportation of any kind. When it comes to gardening, anything we can do, they can do better.. Growing roof-high are rose bushes, poinsettias, crotons, and aplant called queen of the night. Every house, from mansion to shack, is surrounded by flowers that run the color gamut. They grow like weeds, without benefit of watering or fertilizer. But mowing the grass remember this next time your lawnmower is not up to snuff is done by a man with a machete. Less strenuous is the work of men who stand on every corner selling blue and purple lotterytickets. Drawings are held weekly. For the lucky Ticos, $2.50 can bring $1500 or $9 can win $45,000. For the Why Does "Cocktail Hour Last Two Hours? (All Drinks are 48$ from 4:00 to 6:00 P.M. Free Horsd'oeuvres toot) U.S. 1 in Boca Raton SMORGASBORD at BOJO.EYS Featuring: Cool Crisp Salads and Plus: Appetizers. Tender Roast Beef and other Hot Meats and Vegetables. OPEN ALL YEAR 5 P.M. Sundays 12 Noon - Closed on Mon. COCKTAIL HOUR P.M. TO 6:30 Where Boynton Meets Delray 3010 S. FED. HWY. BOYNTON rest there is the satisfaction of having contributed to the country's public welfare program. We have been to Irazu volcano where the ground underfoot is warm to the touch,, We have traveled the mountainous countryside and seen miles of coffee plants shaded by larger banana plants. And we have been guests in homes of the Costaricense and had our hands kissed by the host of the evening. We have liked it all and suspect that much of our pleasure has derived from the fact that in this country North Americans are liked. We hear frequent mention of President Kennedy whose visit here coincided with the day Irazu blew its top and was to keep the city covered with ashes for two years. The affection the Costa Ricans bear him is epitomized in a little park across from the San Pedro Church. Beneath a bust of the late president are inscribed the well known words: "Compatriotas: No pregunten que puede hacer su patria for ustedes preguntense que es lo que pueden hacer ustedes por ella." 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36 6A Sunday, August 6, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS by Jim Rifenburg ^ SPORTS EDITOR Charles Schmidt, with his recent acquisition of the University Park Country Club, now has a neat golf package. Although the two clubs, which includes Boca Raton Country Club at Hidden Valley, will be run separately, they offer something for everyone, BRCC is a short course. It carries a par 60 and is known in most circles as the Executive Course. For the businessman who gets a few hours in the afternoon to play golf, it is ideal. And perhaps for the older gentleman or those like myself who don't care to walk too far, it offers maximum golf with a minimum of exercise. The course is not a pushover, however. A few long holes, scattered among the short par three's make it difficult to break the par 60. University Park, on the other hand, will give the young slugger all he can ask for. Long holes with tricky water hazards will tax the patience of the most skilled golfer. It's a very simple matter to lose a handful of golf balls playing 18 holes. Schmidt purchased the Hidden Valley club when it seemed to be on a downhill slide. With Pro Bob Grant running the shop, he has built a good membership, has daily play and the course stays in fine shape. University Park was in court receivership for 18 months and was kind of touch and go as to how long it might be open. Schmidt has installed Sam Baker as manager and has plans on the drawing board for some extensive renovations. Meanwhile, he already has a good membership started and the course is in excellent shape. We're glad to see University Park Country Club under local ownership and especially by Schmidt. He'll do a job that will be a credit to Boca Raton and the whole area. Kegkr's Meetings have been started making preparations for the fall bowling season. Last evening The First Bank and Trust Company Classic League met with officers Sal Vento, president; Sal Altieri, vice president, and secretary Mabel Walker. They have formed a number of teams and have openings for more. They voted to have a maximum team total of 900 and that the first place prize position would be $900 subject to the approval of the entire league roster. Higher average bowlers interested i n the Classic type league should contact the lanes or secretary. In another meeting, Jim Kelly, president of the University Kings Scratch met with Carey Johson, secretary, Charles Hubbard and Bob Seiger and set up the preliminary rules for their league. This league will have a maximum team total of 810 with a minimum of 775. They will operate under the 21 point system which was inaugurated this summer in the Three Man Scratch. Teams are now being put together, which should make this one of the most interesting leagues for men for the average bowler. Ladies came in for some good scores the last couple of days with Claire Smart having a nice 180, Carolyn Steele 216, Joy Merrill 189, Julia Barenklau 180, Marilyn Brownlee 186, Ann Wright 187, Corrine Brooks 184, Judy Lekniskas 201, Ann Noell 218, Dottie Beard 198, Pam Neer 205, Joanne Remis 208, and Nadine Gentry 186. There were 23 games over 200 in the University National Bank scratch with Russ Bramlette having the high game of 254 and Bob Seiger the high set of 816. SCRAMBLERS Team Won Grdn.Gang 37 Gypcee's 28 P.Phumblers27.5 Washouts Singles M&M's Charelee's C-Us-Go He' Da's Outsiders Lost Korner Rolling Stone Anglers Born Losers Four T's June Bug's Loners 5 35 High team game and triple, Singles, ; Men's ind. high and triple, LeonRenfro, ; Women's ind. high, Hadine Gentry, 186; Women's ind. triple, Dottie Beard,' 489. Team Capricorn Scorpio Libra Aries Gemini High team ZODIAC'S Won game Lost and triple, Aries, ; Ind. high and triple, Laura Cocks, BOCA RATONERS Team Won Lost Swingers Kooks Mountnr's, Jolly Four Ski Nuts Real Dogs Mid-West Four Roses Try Hards T.C.'s 9 27 High game, Gordon Steele & Bob Fuhrman, 197; High triple, Ed Zita, 564; Ind. high and triple, Judy Lekniska, ; High team game and triple, Jolly Four, FELLOWSHIP Team Won W.U. Believe25 4 Shots 24 Y-4's 23 Zombies 22 Strollers 20 Bluebirds 17 Shoulda-Ben 7 High team game Lost and triple, Would U Believe, ; Men's ind. high. Jim Brooks, 198; Men s ind. tripoe, Chuck Lekniskas,531; Women's ind. high and triple, Judy Lekniskas, Sicard Is Leader Lillian Sicard shot a 56 Thursday morning to lead lady golf ers at University Park. Three strokes off the leader, Thena Hilgen posted a 59 for second, Fran Schmall made the round in 62 for third place. Twelve ladies entered the tee to green tournament. Bill McKinley considers a putt on the ninth hole at Boca Raton Country Club on his way to a club championship. Ending the six week's tournament Friday, McKinley defeated Louis Varga Following Several Wins three up and one to play. Watching the winner are Carl Long, runnerup in the consolation Site, Varga, and Walter Chapleau, consolation winner. St. Andrew's Swimmers in Meet Twenty-one members of the St. Andrew's Swim Club are entered in the Cocoa Beach Invitationals this weekend. The Club is under the guidance of Coach Terry Carlisle. The meet was scheduled to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Heats and finals were to be held each day. Last weekend several members of the Club participated in the Hialeah Invitational Swimming Championships and placed in nine events. Steve Hazard, swimming in the age group won a second and two thirds.he was second in the 200 yard individual medley and third in both the 100 backstroke and 100 freestyle. Shae Thernell, in the same age group for girls, won a fifth place in the 100 yard breaststroke event. Hazard and Thernell, together with Ty Stephens and Bob Durant, swam as a team in the 200 yard medley relays and captured a third place. The team also took a third in the 200 yard freestyle relays. Mary Sue Brennan won a fourth place in the 100 yard breaststroke. She also teamed with Karen McAllister, Layne Thernell and Di- Booster Meeting Called A short, but important meeting of the Boca Raton Bobcat Boosters Club will be held Wednesday night at the High School, President Pete Blum said yesterday. The meeting will begin at 7:30 and will be over before 9 o'clock, he said. "We want to present plans and figures for the refreshment stand - restroom building to the membership," he said. "I hope we can have it built in time for the opening home football game.' "We'll also distribute season football tickets for the Bobcats and have a few fund-raising ideas to look over," he added. Booster members will meet in the library building. ane Durant to win a second in the 200 meter medley relay. Winning a third in the 200 meter freestyle relays were Mary Sue Brennan, Mary Janeshutz, Layne Thernell and Sheila Splane. Dolphin 100 Club Organized Bill Bragg, newly elected president, said an organizational meeting of the Dolphin 100 Club will be held Wednesday night. Prospective members of the club will be feted at the Oyster House to cocktails and dinner as guests of the Dolphin m anagement, Bragg added. Anyone interested in attending the af- Arvida Gives Property For Fall Dove Hunting Thanks to the cooperation of several landowners, Dade County dove shooters will again have the opportunity to hunt on public fields operated by the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission during the season. Six fields, consisting of approximately 1600 acres are now being prepared for planting with brown top millet in the South Dade County area. The availability of these areas was made possible by the public spirited generosity of Brown L. Whatley, President of Arvida Corp., John Campbell Farms and AVD Properties, Inc.. Arvida Corporation contributed four fields, with AVD and John Campbell furnishing one field each. Due to the limited capital with which the Game Commission has to acquire and furnish dove shooting opportunities to the hunter, the public dove field program would not be possible if it were not for the cooperation of these companies. The Commission is indeed grateful for the contributions of Brown Whatley, President of Arvida Corp., and AVD Properties and John C ampbell Farms for their service to sportsmen in South Florida. The first phase of the dove season will open October 7 through November 5th. The second phase opens November 18 through December 8th. The third phase will open December 16 to run through January 8, The Commission public fields will be operated only during the first phase. Additional detailed information including maps and regulations of the fields will be published at a later date. Reith Is Winner Bert Reith posted a net of 58 Thursday to take Class A golf honors. Reith led a field of 26 players known as the Dirty Dozen Plus who play each week at Boca Raton Country Club. In Class B competition, Harold Poole shot a gross of 85 for a net 63 Ẇilliam Ring took the nearest to the pin prize. BOCA BATON COUNTBY CLUB 18 HOLE r PRO SHOP DINING ROOM DRIVE RANGE ELECTRIC or PULL CARTS t CLUB RENTAL ^GOLF INSTRUCTION Bob Grant, PGA PAR 60 GOLF COURSE Daily Green (SAVE ON A 10 PLAY BOOK) How yards west of U.S. 1 between Delray and Boca fair should call Bragg as soon as possible. The new president said the dinner meeting will be completed in time to go to University Bowl for a Dolphin Night scheduled thereat 9 o'clock. The Dolphin 100 Club hopes to attain a membership of some 200 businessmen in Boca Raton. "Our purpose is twofold," Bragg said. "Primarily, we'll try to sell season tickets to the Dolphin games. Second, we hope to function as goodwill ambassadors for this football club that is giving Boca Raton National recognition." Ladies Play Best Ball Best ball foursome was the game Thursday as Royal Palm ladies took to the links. Scoring 62 and capturing first place was the foursome of Evelyn Fishbaugh, Lucy Taylor, Harriet Wagstaff and Ruth Martin. Second place went to Aggie Goss, Alice Barns, Dottie Church and Adelaide Campbell. They had a score of 64. Threatening rains held down the field and only 27 players entered the tourney. Sport Shop Wins, 10 to 5 Tom Ott's bases loaded triple in the third inning put Sal's Sport Shop out in front of the Florida Baseball School Monday for a 10-5 win. Other long ball hitters for the local squad were Boles, Zinno, Dodge and Ziolkowski each of whom had a double. Sal's piled up three runs in the opening Big Bass, But Small Catches Limit catches of bass in the Loxahatchee are scarce, Manager Bill Brown said yesterday. "But we're seeing quite a number of large bass," he added. Charles Arnau took over first place in the Lox contest with a 9-13 lunker. It was caught on a Devils Horse. Jack Easter moved into second place with his 9-7 big mouth. It was caught on a Johnson Spoon with pork chunk. Dick Marten and Pete Potens boated seven bass weighing up to All were taken on the Devils Horse. Herb DeLaney and Bill Braden used the Johnson Spoon for three bass weighing 8-15, 8-11 and 6-4. Bream fishing is still spotty with live worms taking the best catches, A few copperheads can be caught off the beds with the Pecks Popper and Bream Killer spider worked from a flyrod. Water levels in the Lox are maintaining a level of feet and canals are free of weeds. A new department has been added to facilities at the Lox. The archery range is now completed and in full operation. inning, added one in the second and came back with three more in the third for a 7-0 lead over the Baseball School. The visiting team finally hit paydirt in the fourth with a single run and came up with three in the fifth but they could never catch up to the "On" team from Boca Raton. Sal cited Mike Enders and Wayne Dodge as doing yoeman duty at first base and shortstop. Bill Lawson pitched the last two innings, striking out the six men he faced. Sals was scheduled to play Deerfield Saturday evening and again Sunday afternoon in Deerfield. The box score: FLA. SCHOOL Marshall, ss Fanelli, cf Brown, If Kaufman, lb Long, 2b Stiebler, 3b Berkes, rf Tuidier, rf Fuimi, c Haver, p Totals SPORT SHOP Murray, cf Jones, cf Ziolkowski, 2b Ott, If Zinno, rf Boles, c Dodge, ss Enders, lb Delgato, lb Fox, 3b Altieri, If Briggs, rf Matteis, rf Kolualt, p Dangles, p Caron, p Lawson, p Totals AB R H AB R H School Spt.Shop ]L lox-10 Lions rest about 19 hours a day. Two hours are spent eating and three walking. MEN SCRATCH BOWLERS TWO LEAGUES OPENINGS AVAILABLE Bowl Wednesdays 6:45 P.M. Start September 6th TEAM MAX, 900 First Bank & Trust Co. 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37 BOCA RATON NEWS Sunday, August 6, A TRANSMISSION TROUBLES? WORLD'S LARGEST TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS TRANSMISSIONS $23 SPECIAL NONE HIGHER ALL MAKES OF CARS State Sets First Full Archery Hunt Now Open in Defray I. Federal Beach Florida's first statewide archery hunting season will open onehalf hour before sunrise on Sept. 16 and continue with daily hunting through Oct. 1. Archers will be allowed to take all resident game birds and animals and migratory marsh hens. Deer, turkey, wild hogs, in areas where wild hogs are classified as game animals, and bear when taken during the archery season or managed archery hunts will apply as a part of the season's bag limit. To participate in the statewide archery season or managed archery hunts, hunters must obtain an archery hunting permit in addition to their regular hunting license, except when hunting on the Eglin Military Reservation. When hunting on Eglin a special Air Force permit and regular hunting license is required rather than the statewide archery permit. Archery permits cost $5.00 and will be available at the office of all County Judges. The new statewide ar- DO YOU KNOW... that American-Amicable has a self-completing Edr ucational Fund for your child's college education? ffmsrlcan nmlcabls LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICES. WACO.TEXAS 150 Southwest 15th, Apt.3 Boca Raton, Fla. Ph chery hunting permit or archery license established by the 1967 legislature has apparently created some confusion among Florida bow hunters. The permit is in effect a substitute or expansion of the management area archery permit of past years. The new archer permit entitles an archer to participate in the state- Trump Takes Tourney wide archery hunting season, Sept. 16-Oct. 1, and also to hunt on any of the Commission wildlife management areas opened for managed archery hunts. The permit is not required for hunting with bow and arrow during any regularly scheduled season or special hunt where firearms are allowed." In addition to the statewide archery season and managed archery hunts, Florida's bow and arrow enthusiasts will be able to hunt during the regular season which opens November 11 except in Floyd Trump shot a 72 Northwest Florida Wednesday to win Uni-wherversity Park Country November 18, Archers the season opens Club's low net tournament for men. ular $5.00 Public Hunt- are advised that the reg- In second place, posting rounds of 74 were ing Stamp is required of Paul Eaton, Bob Sommerville and Harold Miner. In addition to regular tourney play, a blind bogey event was held. HAYDEN, STONE Bugs Brierley, Joseph tvconporatko KITABUSHKa 1MB IMMMM MEW rokkstock Sicard, Ernest Schwind and Ray St. John were the winners. all hunters on wildlife management areas during the regular hunting season. Florida hunting regulation s provid e that bows used for taking deer or bear must be capable of casting a one-ounce hunting arrow 150 yards. All cross bows are prohibited and the possession of any firearm during the archery season or managed archery hunts is prohibited. SAFES I New-Used SECURITY Large Display By MOSLER, MEIiINK & STAR IN-A-FLQOR CHESTS SAFE SALES 5449 N. federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale (Formerly Lee Hlgglnson Corporation) 105 East Boca Raton Road Boca Raton, Fla Telephone: Offices throughout the world. William S. Knox. Managar Mr. Advertiser... WATCH FOR OUR BUY TODAY... DON'T WAIT UNTIL OUR INSTALLATION CREWS GET TOO BUSY TO SERVE YOU. IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION! m RF 483A 9,000 BTU COOLING 9,500 BTU HEATING AND AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT Maintains that just-right temperature so necessary to true comfort... and does it all automatically! Choose from ten settings. TWO SPEED COOLING and HEATING Lets you select the air velocity most comfortable for you. Turn to LO for low speed cooling or heating... HI for high speed cooling or heating. AIR EXCHANGER Lets you bring in outside air with or without cooling or heating. WASHABLE AIR FILTER Saves you both time and fi* B money! No replacement 2& B^ needed, Filter can be *r washed right at the siink.... and it can be removed g and replaced in seconds. FREE SERVICE mi FREE DELIVERY! The Word Is Reliance At SHOPPERS HAVEN WH POMPANO BEACH 5th Ave. Shop. Plaza BOCA RATON OPEN MON. & FRI.j 'TIL 9 P.M, SPECIAL EDITION SUNDAY, AUGUST 20th ARE YOU REPRESENTED? COLOR COVER TIMELY PHOTOS LIVELY NEWS INTERESTING ARTICLES COPY DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16-10:00 a.m. BACK TO SCHOOL! Exciting days in Boca Raton and the big shopping days are just around the corner. Our "Special Edition" will feature the Leading Merchants of your community. Don't wait 'til the last minute to place your ad. To place your ad or for any a$$i$tame call... BOCA 1AT0N NEWS ADVERTISING DIPT

38 8A Sunday, August 6, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS 'AS fc Members of local Scout and Sea Scout troops tried this weekend to contact fellow Scouts at the national jamboree. Using Chuck Ritchie's ham radio outfit are Scouts David Patterson, Jim Irland, Kim Flintom, and Mike Flintom. Bill Reinert uses microphone while Ritchie adjusts tuning. School Topics on Agendas (Continued from Page 1) pleted and that the same number of instructors and guidance personnel will be on the job this year as last,. At PBJC the roster includes 15 new instructors. However, the Florida Education Assn., which has imposed sanctions on Florida because of statewide budget cuts, says the Fountains (Continued from Page 1) cate moving parts since materials have been chosen so that the water acts as a lubricant, Brunken has been operating his company only three years but in this short time he has sold fountains in every state in the continental United States. The company has about 2500 square feet of manufacturing space at 130 N..W. 11th Street and employs four persons. Brunken takes advantage of natural artistic talent in designing the fountain bowls, and his background as a development engineer and manufacturer of hydraulic transmissions for industrial equipment in the mechanical parts of the fountains. Brunken says he anticipates increasing acceptance of his products and steady growth which will eventually force him to expand production. teacher shortage will be serious. Horace Heartsell of Florida Atlantic University's college of education, reports that some teacher graduates have "refused to accept teaching positions' ' as a result of the sanctions. "Some graduates who would not normally be accepted into teaching have...gotten positions," Heartsell said. He added that a lot of other recent graduates have adopted a "wait Skeet, Trap Range OK'd A proposed skeet and trap range to be located west of Boca Raton was approved by the Palm Beach County Zoning Commission Thursday. The range site will be at the Loxahatchee Recreation Area about five miles west of State Road 7. Owned by the Everglades Investment Co., the range is scheduled to open to the public Aug. 15, Bob Ashby said yesterday. "Most of the installation is completed," Ashby said. "We have a few finishing touches to put on it and we'll be ready to go." and see" attitude toward teaching this fall. "Since the imposition of sanctions," Heartsell said, "we haven't placed very many graduates, o.and more than usual have tried to go out of the state." Second Class To Graduate Boca Raton Community Hospital will graduate its second class of nurse's aides and orderlies Monday. The commencement exercise will be held at 8 p.m. in the hospital staff meeting room. Speaker will be Frank Dawson, hospital administrator and certificate s will be awarded to nine nurse's aides and one orderly. Graduates include Beverly Aaron, Anna Adams, Carolyn Gholstron, Rose Goetz, Gary Lee Jones, Mary Lee Nelson, Opal vancour, Rose Marie Watkins, Julie Wright and Dennis Lalli. The hospital also announced that guided tours may be arranged for persons who were unable to view the hospital facilities during open house week in June. Individuals and groups interested in the tours may contact Dr. George Morgan at the hospital. Pioneer Teacher Here Services for Mrs. Brown Services were held Saturday for Mrs. Clementine P. Brown, 75, a pioneer resident of Boca Raton, who died Thursday morning in a local nursing home. Mrs. Brown came to Boca Raton in with her husband, the late John G. Brown, first mayor of Boca Raton. The Browns moved into their home on 234 E<, F.E.Shea Services will be held Monday for Francis E. Shea, 61, 900 W o Camino Real, who died Friday. Mr. Shea came to Boca Raton nine years ago from Pittsburgh, Pa., where he had been purchasing agent for Boca Raton Hotel and Club. He was a member of Boca Raton Lodge 328 F and AM, Scottish Rite. Lake Worth; Mahi Shrine Temple, Miami; American Legion Post 277, Boca Raton; Gold Coast Shrine Club, Deerfield Beach, and Retired Officers Association of Ft. Lauderdale. He is survived by his wife, Christina, son, Thomas P., and daughter, Patricia Ann, all of Boca Raton. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. by Rev. Albert G. Shiphorst in First Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery. Friends may call 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Kraeer Funeral Home. Palmetto Park Rd. in 1920 when the road was just a trail through palmettos. Hex husband was elected mayor of Boca Raton when the town was incorporated in It was during his term that the first city hall was built on Boca Raton Road and Federal Highway. 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39 the news behind the news Section B Page One August 6,1967 First snow falls on new Sherpa hospital in shadow of Everest By Sir Edmund Hillary We had a touch of winter this morning at Khumjung village near Mt. Everest. During the night four inches of snow fell, and we awoke to a white and beautiful world. It was rather exciting to see snow on the roof of our new Khumjung hospital and to find that inside the building it w a s warm and comfortable. This snowfall could be the forerunner of an unseasonably early winter...but we hope not! There is still much to do, both on the hospital and other projects, and later I plan to take my young family up thekhumbu glacier to Everest Base Camp. I haven't been there since we climbed (Everest) in A couple of feet of fresh snow on the glacier would make the walk a great deal harder. The snow brought to an end two weeks of sunshine, with frosty nights and clear, sparkling days. A transformation has been produced in the hospital, with the outside virtually completed and much of the internal painting and finishing done, as well. We have installed a hot water It was back to the land of Mount Everest for Sir Edmund Hillary, not to conquer the mountain, but to build a hospital for the Sherpa people who have helped so many mountaineering expeditions. This is the second of five dispatches from the land of the famous Sherpa guides. system heated by a wood-buming, stove, and there is a constant stream of Sherpas visiting the kitchen to turn on a tap and see hot water flowing something they have never experienced. There has been an even greater transformation in some of the thyroid patients treated by our medical group. Huge goitres have shrunk; dull and cretinous young faces have brightened. One rather slow young man has responded so positively to iodine that he has speeded up his normal, shambling gait beyond his sense of balance and ended up with a broken collar bone. Many hundreds of Sherpas have now received injections of iodine-bearing oil, and our doctors are forecasting the end of goitres and cretinism in the new generation of Sherpas. A week ago we took a two-day break from hospital building and medical work to climb to the monastery at Thyangboche for Mane Rimdu, the main religious festival of the year. Hundreds of Sherpas gathered at this lovely spot with its tremendous view of Mt. Everest, and all were in their best and In the monastery courtyard the head lama presides over religious services at Thyangboche. Note the cymbal at right. Forrestal incident spurs research Against some of the most spectacular scenery in all Asia, the new Sherpa hospital takes form. gayest clothing. The head lama of Thyangboche opened the festival in an out-of-doors ceremony. He was dressed in magnificent brocade and sat with legs crossed on his carpet-covered throne, exuding calmness and dignity. With untroubled authority, he led his lamas in the chanting and prayer which gave farewell to the old year and welcomed the new. At the conclusion of the ceremony all the Sherpas swept forward to be blessed, and all made offerings of money or food toward the upkeep of the monastery. The brilliant coloring, the deep-voiced chanting of religious scriptures, the clang of cymbals and the bellow of huge trumpets all blended into the tremendous mountain backdrop to make an uncommonly impressive scene. The second day of Mane Rimdu was one of constant activity. At 9 a.m. we gathered in the courtyard of the monastery for masked dancing by the lamas. Our expedition had a place of honor in the gallery, and we could glance over the heads of the twisting and turning dancers and see a long plume of snow streaming from the summit of Mt. Everest. The dancers' masks were cleverly moulded and painted, and represented everything from fiercely scowling gods to perpetually laughing clowns. All day the dances continued, to the immense entertainment of the Sherpa audience. The evening was also devoted to dancing, but this time by the Sherpas The man inspecting the corrugated tin roof construction is expedition leader Sir Edmund Hillary. themselves. We joined our many friends in the courtyard of the monastery, and thumped our way back and forth in vigorous measures. These dances frequently last all night, but our strength wasn't quite up to this. Well before midnight we strolled back to the camp over the hard and frosty ground, and there wasn't a breath of wind. In the bright moonlight we could see the huge bulk of Everest against the northern sky and we noticed the snowplume still streaming from the summit in a remorseless, high-altitude wind. This year there were two main differences from previous festivals. Modern technology had reached Thyangboche, and the chanting of prayers and holy scriptures were carried over a battery-operated loudspeaker system. At first, I was horrified by this innovation, but was surprised how quickly I learned to accept it. The second difference was the presence of four Nepali policemen at the festival. Nepal has grown more conscious of its long border with Tibet and wishes to ensure its stability and peace. In the center of Khumjung is a temple of the Mahhayanna Buddhist faith to which all the Sherpas belong. It is used for religious gatherings; it is a community center where important village meetings are held, and it is the site of all local festivals. The Khumjung Gompa has a particularly fine library of Tibetan religious books, many virtually irreplaceable, and these are suffering damage during the monsoon rains. Our expedition had agreed to help the village put a new roof on the Gompa. Neville Wooderson and I tackled this job with corrugated aluminum sheets we had brought from New Zealand. An air of cheerfulness and hilarity is always present at Sherpa working bees, but, despite the laughter (Continued on Page 9B) A Sherpa child holds a board bearing her name auu a newly assigned number which will identify her individual medical records. c World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc. 'Safe 9 fuels studied for use in military aircraft By Howard Goshorn FT. EUSTIS, Va. ~ One of the most tragic facts about the U.S.S. Forrestal fire is that military researchers were already close to a means of preventing it. For more than a year, Army *b scientists, spurred by the problems of aircraft fires in Viet Nam, had been rushing work on a safer aviation fuel. They believe they have found the answer a combination of slow-burning jellied "gas" and a crashresistant fuel tank. The "safe" jet fuel has passed its ground tests and now is being prepared for actual flight trials, according to a spokesman at the Army Aviation Material Laboratories (AVLABS). But another "several years" ' will be needed to g& it into regular military use. The spokesman declined direct comment on the Forrestal accident other than to say the Navy had inquired into availability of the new fuel since last week's tragedy. Although it's an Army installation, AVLABS took on the aviation fuel problem last year after investigators turned up an unexpected fact about the death rate in Viet Nam helicopter accidents. Nearly 75 per cent of the fatalities resulted from fire after Army helicopters crashed. AVLABS went to work. Francis P. McCourt, civilian chief of the installation's Safety and Survivability Division, defined the problem thus: "Get the tiger out of the tank and into the engine." 'I have always contended that the problem of aircraft fires is not with the planes, but with the highly flammable fuel we've had to use," says McCourt, a retired combat pilot himself. "And I've always received the same short answer 'try flying without it'." Solidified fuels are not without precedent highly-inflammable napalm is merely jellied gasoline but until the AVLAB project no one had attempted to deliver semi-solid fuel right into a jet engine. They key to the new fuel is that it isn't liquid. It's a semisolid of the consistency of lard. In a crash, it would not pour out of gas tanks. And in a fire it's slow to ignite and slow to burn. In actual use, the fuel is forced into a jet engine's main fuel pump in much the same way toothpaste oozes from the tube. But, once it is squeezed through a nozzle into the burner section, it immediately is atomized into a spray with the same burning power as normal JP-4 jet fuel. One recent test, designed to demonstrate the low volatility of the emulsified fuel, involved filling two 10-foot metal troughs one with liquid fuel, one with thickened fuel. Both were ignited at the same instant. The liquid fuel burned to the end of its trough in two seconds. The emulsified fuel, like a slow sprinter left at the starting blocks, didn't reach the end of its 10-foot journey until 58 seconds later and engineers in charge of the test said that the flame could easily have been doused at any given moment. Even a slight head-wind will arrest the fire in its tracks. Tests by Pratt and Whitney Aircraft, Esso Research and Engineering Co., Monsanto Research Corp., Falcon Research and Development Co. and the U.S. Army Fuels and Lubricants Research Laboratory indicate the new fuel has substantially the same fast-burning qualities in the engine as liquid jet fuel. An independent test run at Pratt and Whitney's Andrew Turbine Engine Laboratory, East Hartford, Conn., simulated a roundtrip flight from New York to Salt Lake City, a distance of approximately 5,000 miles. The test engine, a production JT12 turbojet developing 3,300 pounds of thrust, is a power plant normally used in multiengined aircraft,.including the twin-engine Sikorsky S-64 Skycrane helicopter. The JT12 was completely torn down arid minutely inspected following the test. Company engineers reported that all parts appeared normal, and that there was little or no fuel residue in the burner section, jet nozzles, or on turbine blades. The one difficulty encountered was the measuring of the fuel flow rate, since normal flow instruments are designed for liquids. A weigh-tank system had to be substituted. It was determined that during the run the engine burned six and a half TONS of the emulsified fuel. In another test, the nozzle from any Army helicopter turbine engine an engine that had been operated for more than 500 hours under combat conditions in Vietnam was used with the safe fuel. It was found that pressures required to produce fuel flow and spray patterns equivalent to liquid fuel could be duplicated with a pressure increase of less than 3 per cent for the emulsified fuel. "There still are tests to be conducted it hasn't been flight-tested yet,", says Mc- Court, "but we have the basic formula. It is only a matter of time now." "Of course," he adds, "we'll never know for certain how reliable these tests are until we further test the product under actual combat conditions. We hope we are right. If we are, we may save a lot of GI lives and, eventually, a lot of civilian lives on commercial flights throughout the world." " While the "safe" fuel is considered the most revolutionary step forward, AVLABS also is (Continued on Page 9B)

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40 Sun and Surf Children Have a Busy Summer -W ever let it be said that the parents do not keep their children busy during the summer months. That is, never let it be said that Sun and Surf Club members do not keep their children busy during the summer months. In fact, members of the summer club are so anxious to keep their youngsters happy and busy this summer that they even enlisted the aid of the fathers in a fishing trip. This year's program for children is under the direction of Mrs. Robert Day, a parent herself. She found herself social directress for the program at the beginning of the year when she was asked how the previous summer programs had been run. Although dad's help was enlisted for a Sunday afternoon fishing trip for the youngsters, most of the work has fallen on the shoulders of dear old mom. She's the one who has chaperoned the children on field trips to such places as Ocean World, and roller skating, bowling and golf and movie jaunts. The youngsters also spend an afternoon a week learning how to build models under the direction of Mrs. Day and twirling batons with the help of Cindy Stone. Oh yes, the fishing trip. No one fell in the water and dad was such an excellent chaperone that he may fall heir to the job again, real soon. f 2B Sunday, August 6, 1967 By Sandy Wesley The summer season is going strong at Boca Raton Hotel and Club Cabana Club these days. Luncheon at the club can be like seeing a parade of who's who in Boca Raton. The parade of diners last Wednesday included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur tliirsty skin, special 1/2 Price Sale of moisture lotion During August only. Youngsters watch as Mrs. Robert Day proceeds to help build a model. Around the Town > ':> -..?; Parade of Who's Who Oh sure, there are a Now when your skin is taut and thrrsty and flaky-dry. Bonne Bell offers her moisture-plenty facial lotion at a price so low you can use it as a body lotion. 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She graduated from Eastern's in-flight training center at Miami. Prior to joining the airlines she was employed in Boca Raton. For Classified Ads Call week. Then there are the visitors of Ret. Col. and Mrs. Joseph E. Reinert. Capt. and Mrs. Nerle Pederson, the Reinert's daughter and son-in-law and their five children spent five days with the folks prior to taking up new residence in Huntsville, Ala. Capt. Pederson and his family have spent the last three years in Europe where he was area defense advisor to the NATO countries. Now the Captain is back in the U.S. where he'll be project director of the Nike missile program, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ditmar have left for a vacation in the west. They'll travel to Colorado where they'll pick up Mrs. Ditmar's daughter, Sara, who is visiting her aunt, then on to California where they intend to take in all the sights, including Disneyland. EXCITING SUMMER SALES EVENT SAVE UP TO $1.50 EACH ON MAX FACTOR TREATMENT PRODUCTS Cindy Stone shows her group of baton twirlers a basic baton step. Twirlers are (left) Diane De- Marco, Elizabeth Day, Gayle Pearson, Laura iss: : : ; :*S : :S*: : : : : : ft^ BOCA RATON NEWS Miss Mirandi Engagement Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Mirandi, 3600 N.E. Sixth Dr., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Marianne Alice, to John E. Thofner, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Thofner, Sr., Pompano Beach. Miss Mirandi is a graduate of Cardinal Gibbons High School, Fort Lauderdale, and Thofner was graduated from Pompano Beach High School, No wedding date has been scheduled. Committee Will Meet A meeting of the committee to raise funds for the building of Crest Palm Residence Hall, Inc., will be held Tuesday, Aug. 8 in the First Federal Savings and Loan Bank, Pompano Beach. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. Crest Palm is designated to be a home for men and women who are cerebral palsy victims. Barbecued Turkey Is Hot Weather Treat Mmmmmmm! What could be tastier during hot weather than barbecued turkey just off the spit. Not just tasty, but also economical, reminds the Consumer and Marketing Service of the USD A who reports turkey on their plentiful foods list for the month. Turkey of any size may be cooked on a rotisserie. Some rotisseries may be limited to a certain maximum weight bird, so it is wise to check manufacturer's weight suggestions before buying a turkey for rotisserie cooking. Rub body cavity lightly with salt, if desired. Push drumsticks under band of skin at tail, if present, or tie drumsticks securely to tail. Fasten neck skin to back with skewer. Flatten wings over breast, then tie cord around breast to hold wings securely. Insert spit rod through center of bird from tail and toward front. 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41 Miss Londeree Becomes Bride of Robert DeNeve Donna Louise Londeree, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Londeree, Jacksonville, exchanged wedding vows with Robert T. DeNeve, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. DeNeve, 201 N.W. Ninth St., in a double ring ceremony Saturday in First Baptist Church, Jacksonville. The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a floor length gown of silk organza over taffeta, featuring a florentine neckline, elbow length sleeves and a bolero of clipped chantilly lace. Her chapel train was attached to an A-line skirt. Her multi-tiered veil of pure silk illusion was caught in a forward cap of illusion petals and seed pearls. She held a cascade of lilies of the valley, butterfly roses and orchids centered with an orchid. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ronald E. Chamberlain, Gainesville. Maid of honor was Miss Linda Lee Bowers, Fort Lauderdale. Bridesmaids were Miss Sheila Sansbury, Miss Susan Rhodes, Miss Susan Holsenbeck and Mrs. Gary Morrison. Flower girl was Cathy Lewis. They wore sheath gowns accented by gold brocade empire bodices, scooped necklines and FASHION SHOPS OPEN SUNDAYS 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Shoppers Haven Store Only when elbow length sleeves. Their maize crepe skirts featured back flowing panel of gold brocade caught at the neckline with a soft bow. Their matching bows secured illusion veiling and they carried cascades of yellow shasta daisies and yellow roses. Best man was Julian L. DeNeve, brother of the bridegroom. Ring bearer was BillDinkins. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Londeree wore a blue silk organza sheath with medallion rhinestone and pearl trim. The bridegroom's mother wore an emerald green dynasty silk sheath. Both were presented with orchid corsages. A reception at the church followed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Landon High School, Jacksonville, and University of Florida with a bachelor of arts degree in education. The bridegroom, a graduate of Seacrest High School and University of Florida with a degree in forestry, will receive his master's degree in December. Following a wedding trip to Nassau the couple will reside in Gainesville. V.-, Mrs. Gaiy L. Labadie Dr. Eshleman Officiates At Daughter's Marriage Bonnie Eshleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lee Eshleman, 2051 Conference Dr., exchanged wedding vows with Gary L. Labadie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Labadie, Auburn, Mich., in a double ring garden ceremony Saturday evening. The bride was given in marriage by her father, who also officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by Ray Morgan and Mrs. Eshleman. The bride wore a belled silhouette gown of imported silk organza and floral appliques of Venice lace. A wedding ring neckline highlighted the fitted bodice and a cumberbund of lace motif s and shell trim emphasized her waist and above elbow sleeves. Her easy skirt enhanced with lace featured a cathedral train under a double obi bow and streamers down the back. Her veil of illusion was caught in a bouquet of fresh flowers and she held a bouquet of gardenias and carnations. Maid of honor was Sharon Eshleman, the bride's sister. Brides- Peanut Butter Cookies Are Economical Treat Mrs. Robert T. DeNeve Peanut butter cookies have been a favorite of The "corning" of children since great meat involves either a grandmother's days. liquid salt cure generally a brine or pickle to an economical, Why not treat your child or a dry salt cure. m outhwatering tidbit The term, "corned," like peanut butter cook- Norse word, "korn," comes from the Oldies? which refers to grain. Since grain or granulated salt is used, meats preserved this way are called "corned," like corned beef. TURN TO THE FIRM BEST QUALIFIED maids were Beverly Berger, Crestline, Ohio; Ellen Fetchiet, St. Claire, Mich.; and Bonnie Skinner, Bellaire, Mich. They wore yellow chiffon over linen floor length frocks with daisy appliques at the waistline. Fresh cut daisies secured yellow illusion veils to their heads. They carried garden arrangements of daisies. Best man was David Wood sum, Northbrook, 111 Ḟor her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Eshleman chose an azure blue silk shantung sheath with matching accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a French apricot silk shantung dress with illusion jacket of embroidered silk organza and matching accessories. A reception at the bride's home followed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Seacrest High School and Michigan State University. The bridegroom, also a graduate of Michigan State, is an Oldsmobile dealer. Following the reception the couple left for a wedding trip to Nassau, PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES 1/2 cup shortening 1/2 cup peanut butter 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar firmly packed 2 1/2 rablespoons sifted dry whole egg 1 cup sifted all-" purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 1/2 tablespoons water Blend the shortening and peanut butter. Gradually add the sugars. Cream thoroughly after each addition. Sift together the egg, flour, soda and salt. Add alternately with water to the creamed mixture. Roll the dough into balls, about 1 inch in diameter. Place on a greased baking sheet and press each cookie with a fork to flatten. Bake at 325 degree F. (slow oven) for 15 to 20 minutes. Makes about 4 dozen cookies... _ - _. MONDAY, AUGUST 7 Woman's Choral Group, First Methodist Church, 10 a.m. Welfare Council case worker, Garden Apts. office, 1 p.m. Boca Raton Library Association, library, 4 p.m. Dressmaking, Community Center, 7 p.m. Needlecraft, Community Center, 7 p.m. Lion's Club, 399 N.W. 35 St., 7:15 p.m. Liquid embroidery, Community Center, 7:30p.m. Progressive bridge, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. BOCA RATON NEWS Sunday, August 6, B Men's bridge, Scout Hut, 1 p.m. VFW Post 4038, University Bowl, 7:30 p.m. Tap and ballet, Community Center, 3 p.m. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8 Sketch group, Art Guild, 10 a.m. Kiwanis Club, Chez Joey, noon. Civitans, Chez Joey, 7:30 p.m. Lady Lions Club, member's homes, p.m. American-Italian Social Club, University Bowl, Mrs. James B. Bonn a 1, II Couple Exchanges Vows In Church Ceremony Wendy Francis Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Francis, Lighthouse Point, exchanged wedding vows with James B. Bonner, II, Boca Raton and Philadelphia, July 29 in First Presbyterian Church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a turquoise chiffon street length dress and held a bouquet of yellow roses with turquoise and yellow streamers. Matron of honor, Mrs. M.D. Augustine, chose a beige lace dress and coat ensemble and a brown orchid. Best man was Dr. M.D. Augustine. Births Dr. and Mrs. Robert Haberstock, 232 N.W. Tenth Ct., announce the birth of a daughter, Carrie Marie, July 23 in Bethesda Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Haberstock is the former Connie Cooper. A reception at the Ocean Hearth Restaurant followed the ceremony. LE3 JDOMJE Penthouse 333 SUNSET DRIVE. 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42 4B Sunday^uqust 6, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS Streak-stripes says "Look-At-Me!" in this suit for fall. The jacket and skirt are of melton cloth, with stripes changing from beige to brovwi to rust to white. Happy House By Claire Archer Do you have a question pertaining to interior decorating? Mrs. Archer will be happy to answer your q u e s- t ions. Request s h ould be sent to the Boca Raton News with self-addressed envelope. Mrs. Archer Request from Mrs. N.A.: We are planning to redecorate our fourteen-year-old daughter's bedroom and I do hope you can help me. Her bedroom furniture is fruitwood and the wall-to-wall carpet is light blue. Recently the walls and wood shutters on the windows were painted white. What color should I have for bedspread and two chairs? One chair has a painted white frame. Dear Mrs. N.A.: Why not have the bedspread and one chair in a blue and white plaid? The chair with the white frame could be in solid blue, matching the carpet. Then dab in some watermelon pink acces- SALESMAN'S SAMPLES and Nearly New for Evecy Occasion THRIFT PRICES Otra Vez Dress Shop 192 S. Dixie Boca Raton sories pictures, etc Request from Mrs. R.L.C.: What color, other than white, would you advise for curtains for a kitchen with white appliances, olive green and yellow wallpaper on walls and ceiling and light olive green tile floor? Dear Mrs. R.L.C.: If you could get fabric for the curtains to match your wallpaper, you should have quite a smart looking kitchen. Request from Mrs. R.N.G.: I have a couch and two chairs with light chartreuse slipcovers in our family room. The floor is beige, gray and green terrazzo and I do not use a rug during the summer. Please advise what color walls and lamps. Dear Mrs. R.N.G.: How about an aquam arine blue for the walls and snow white for the lamps? Request from Mrs. D.M.Z.: In my entrance foyer, I have two small Victorian chairs and I'd like to have the seats and backs recovered with velvet. Would you suggest a color that would look well with fern green walls and oak floor? Dear Mrs. D.M.Z.: Burgundy red. would be a good color for your Victorian chairs. Request from Mrs. J.H.M.: Inabedroomfor two young boys, I have a black and gray rug, gray walls and a brown couch. What color for two chairs? Dear Mrs. J.H.M.: I think you could use a tangerine for your two chairs. Happy house to you. HURRICANE SERVICE COMPANY 906 H. DIXIE KWY. BOCA RATON, FLA SHADES-SCREENS Storm Shutters Panels and Awnings Established 7957 CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES FRED STURM MANAGER ANN LANDERS Old Memories... Dear Ann Landers: Your definition of a "Methodist handshake" brought back some wonderful memories. Many years ago, when I was sweet 16, a handsome chap who was a couple of years older, asked me to go to the d ownt own recreation center. (In those days, this was considered a very special date.) We played table tennis, did a little imitation tap dancing, and harmonized with the piano player who had a handlebar moustache. After a strawberry soda, we waltzed to phonograph music and called it the end of a wonderful evening. He took me home on the streetcar and I was in seventh heaven. When we reached the front door he asked if he could kiss me good night e I replied, "No. My mother wouldn't think it was very ladylike," He looked at me in astonishment and asked, "What kind of a mother do you have anyway?" I replied, "My mother is a Methodist." He smiled and answered, "O.K., then. Give me a Methodist handshake." I shook his hand and shut the door. We moved away shortly after that and I never saw him again, but I will always remember that wonderful "Methodist handshake." I had not heard the expression in 40 years and then it popped up in your column so thanks, for reviving some beautiful memories. OHIO Dear Ohio: Thank you for a delightful letter. If more 1967 evenings ended with a Methodist handshake my mail would be a lot lighter. Dear Ann Landers: I am a woman in my middle 20's who learned awfully late what life was all about. Last winter I became ill and lost my job o A man I knew slightly took an interest in me. He helped out with the rent, paid my doctor bills and brought me groceries. Gradually we drifted into an intimate relationship. He moved in and we are now living together. This man is everything I want in a husband. I love him very much and he says he loves me, but whenever I mention marriage he says he can't afford it. How can 1 get him to make this arrangement legal? I want a family. WIFE WITH NO NAME Dear No Name: Stop begging. Tell the guy to move out immediately and let him know it's an order not a request. If you aren't back at. work, you should be. 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Water skiing is the big thing in this area but some folks don't realize how much it costs to run a boat hour after hour. The oil and gas bills are murder. We hate to mention it because it might sound cheap. Any suggestions? TAPPED OUT Dear Tapped: When you feel a certain group' has had enough simply say, "Sorry, we're out of petrol, kiddies." and don't fill the tank until they leave. Give in or lose him... when a guy gives you this line, look out! For tips on how to handle the super sex salesman, check Ann Landers. Read her booklet, "Necking and Petting What Are the Limits?" Send your request to Ann Landers in care of this newspaper, enclosing 50 cents in coin and.. a long, stamped, selfaddressed envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them "to her in care of Boca Raton News, Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois, 60654, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelone. YOU MEAN MY SCREENS AREN'T COVERED? INSURE WITH "DAY" BE SURE TOMORROW! g y 500 S. 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43 BOCA RATON NEWS Sunday, August 6, B ^ DRUGS ^ ISO f. *SHHO MEA1. BOCA RATON 330 S. Federal Highway, Deerfield Beach PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th DORMEYER SUNBEAM STEAM IRON Lightweight easy to handle, can be used anywhere. Table, range or counter top. Delivers 3 powerful speeds. Features modern handsome styling, large beater ejector and large chrome beaters. Model HM7 VALUE PRESTO TEFLON FRY PAN Heavy duty cast aluminum 4-quart pressure cooker features automatic safety pressure gauge, heat-proof handle and convenient built-in time chart for correct cooking time. Model PCC4 Newely styled electric high dome fry pan with DuPont Teflon finish for non-stick cooking and easy clean-up. Plug in ' master control adjusts heat automatically, removes for easy cleaning. Heat-proof, easy grip' casserole handles. Model XFPT-15 COOKER PROCTOR 4-SLICE TOASTER Proctor-Si lex masterpiece toaster toasts up to 4 slices of toast the way you like it. Features select-ronic color control, handsomely styled cabinet and heat-proof handles. Fully Guaranteed, Model '20.95 VALUE t - 3E A BUY AT ' O44 PROCTOR BLENDER I Aerates, whips, chops, and mixes. Features 2-speed, 3/4-hp. motor, 56-oz. container, and measuring cup in lid. Model TOASTMASTER OVEN BROILER It's an oven, flip it over it's a broiler. You can bake or broil right at the table. Thermostatically controlled, with temperature guides on side panel. Removable two-position fray with chrome rack, and see-view glass door. Model COMPARE AT $ Sunbeam steam iron features a wide range of fabric settings, including wash-and-wear setting. Controls are up front for easy use. Fully Guaranteed. Model S4 TOASTMASTER FAN Room size 20-in. fan with powerful 2-speed motor, weather protected motor. Com- *.'», ; pletely portable, fits in win- dows, on tables, floors. Fully s;-^sffip ; ' ir * Guaranteed. Model 5325 *' 3 V" *22,SS VALUE OSTER MASSAGER Provides two different massage actions without changing applicators. Pulsating action for deep massage, vibrating action for general massage. Instructions included. Model COMPARE AT '14,95 OSTER CAN OPENER & KNIFE SHARPENER TOASTMASTER VACUUM Light and compact, completely portable. Ideal for Home, Office, or Workshop. Comes complete with upholstery nozzle, dusting brush, blower adapter, crevice wand, 2-extension wands, shoulder strap and 12-ft. cord. Model A BUY AT $ "i VALUE I PROCTOR ICE CREAM FREEZER Model 2451 electric ice cream freezer rnake^ delicious old fashioned home made ice cream the easy way. Makes a full 4-quarts. Fully Guaranteed. COMPARE AT $ 18.8i *18.3S VALUE 44 Farrious 3-in-l combinatidn can opener, knife sharpener and scissors sharpener. Opens ail standard j ^ size and shape cans effortlessiy.il Complete with magnetic lid lifter. Fully Guaranteed, Model

44 6B Sunday, August 6, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dohn of San Jose, California has just purchased this home at 984 S.W. 4th St., Boca Square, The sale was handled by Recent Real Estate Transfers Leslie A. Thompson of Maddox Realty, in co-operation with Imogene Eidson of Royal Palm Real- ty- U. Heights Sale Tops List Recent Boca Raton real estate transactions as compiled for the News by the Laweyers Title Insurance Corp. are listed below. Documentary stamps, listed by amount, indicate the approximate sale price in many instances. They are computed on $3 per $1,000 value; in other words, a $10,000 sale would require $30 in stamps. Week ending July 14, Lot 25, Blk 5, Chatham Hills, S.S. $61.50, John Koback & Beverly J. Koback, his wife to John W. Worsoe and Dolores L. Worsoe, joint tenants with right of survivorship. Lot, 10, Blk 9, Boca Islands Sec. 7, S.S. $93.60, Itvenus Development and Ind. Corp. to Arthur G. Turner, Jr. and Margaret A. Turner, his wife. Lot 39, Blk 2, Laker Rogers Isle, Unit "A", S.S. $97.50, Elizabeth H. Andrews and John P. Howland-CO-Exec to Andor Anderson and [Catherine Anderson, his wife. Lot 8 plus S 5 ft Lot 9, Blk 8, Camino Gardens, Sec. 3, S.S. $16.80, Camino Gardens Inc. to Richard A. White and Jacolyn F. White, his wife. Lot 17, Blk 14, Winfield Park Unit.2, S.S. $48.60, Joseph Gebert & Celeste Gebert, his wife to David M. Kennedy & Caroline L. Kennedy, his wife. Those portions of Lots 22, 23 8i 24 of Redlhammer S/D, S.S. $90.00, Itvenus Dev. & Ind. Corp. to Hillsboro Plaza, Inc. Lots 1 & 2, Blk 4, Paradise Palms Unit No. 1, S.S. $75.00, Milton O. Hill and Emma Hill, his wife to Forrest L. Haines and Esther M. Haines, as an est. by entirety. Lot 1, Blk 3, Lake Floresta Park Sec. #1, S.S. $17.10, Arvida Corp. to Emil F. Danciu and Eleanor C. Danciu, his wife. Lot 2, Blk 9, Unit XIII, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $9.60, Keating of Florida, Inc. to William J. Gibbons. Lot 24, Blk 53, Unit XIII, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $9.60, GORREClTj 24 hours 3^ay S2F6tl;at CatrtinoSRealS Keating of Florida, Inc. to Edward C. Neubauer & Madelon E., his wife. Lot 8, Blk 16, Royal Oak Hills, 2nd Sec. S.S. $100.50, Joseph P. Williams & Irene H. Williams, his wife to Fred S. Vorn and Kathryn S. Vorn, his wife. Lot 23, Blk 9, Boca Islands Sec. 7, S.S. $21.60, Itvenus, Inc. to Philip A. DiSimone & Eleanor A. DiSimone, his wife. Lot 2, Blk 12, Caribbean Keys Plat 1, S.S , John E. Feldmann, Inc. to Robert H. Cook, Sr o & Doris L., his wife. Lot 9 Blk 9, Boca Islands Sec. 7, S.S. $97.50, Itvenus Dev. & Ind. Corp. to Wilson H. Chapman & Jacquelyn I., his wife. Lot 30, Blk 2, Boca Keys, S.S. $18.00, First Fed. of Lake Worth to Ernest J. Nelson. Lot 16 Blk 11, Palmetto Park Terrace Unit #8, S.S. $16.50, Jaron Homes, Inc. to Edward H. Kronenberg & Margaret, his wife. Lot 5 Blk 32, Boca Ra'ton Square Unit IV, S.S. $43.80, Clifford Yoh & Inez M. Yoh, his wife to Ronald T. Bond & Virginia, his wife. The S. 85 ft. Lot 4, Blk 4, Palmetto Park Terrace, Unit #3. S.S. S40.50, Jaron Homes, Inc. to Itvenus Devel. & Ind. Corp. Lot 10, Blk 5, Boca Woods, S.S. $58.50, Henrietta M. Biers to Fred Geo. Feirn and Margaret E. Feirn, his wife. Lot 25, Blk 32, Unit IV, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $11.40, Charles F. Landuyt and Agnes G. Landuyt, his wife to William P. MacLaughlan & Margaret M., his wife. Lot 3, Blk 10, Lake Floresta Park 2nd Sec. S.S. $76.50, Mignon C. Moore to Paul E. Malone & Sharon Jo., his wife. Lot 6, Blk 1, Boca Keys, S.S. $21.00, First Fed. of Lake Worth to John F. Schuehler and Carolyn L., his wife. Lot 13 Plus W 40 ft of Lot 14, Blk 20, Camino Gardens Sec. 3, S.S. $39.60, Camino Gardens, Inc. to Virginia P. Somerville. Lot 24, plus E 10 ft. of Lot 23, Blk 19, Camino Gardens, Sec. 2, S.S. $31.50, Camino Gardens to Harvey & Ellen B. Corydon, husband and wife. Lot 2, Johnston Heights S/D, S.S. $90.00, Harold E. FrostSr. and Virginia Glenn Lewis Frost, his wife to Peter F. Martin and Helen M. Martin, his wife. Lot 1, Blk 7, Royal Oak Hills, 1st Sec, S.S. $79.50, Frank L. Armstrong and Jennie R. Armstrong his wife to Edith B. Fields. Lot 7, Blk 5, Plat of Caldwell Heights, S.S. $2.10, Joseph A. Sears and Frances M. Sears, his wife to June Wittenberg. Lot 14, Blk 11, Unit 3, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $68.70, Elwood E. Whitesell and Ruth H. Whitesell, his wife to Walter Melvin and Bessy Melvin, his wife. Lot 9, Blk 8, Lake Floresta Park Sec, #2, S.S. $14.40, Ar- 2 Model Homes Just Released for IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY i Located on large corner lots overlooking the Intracoastal V/aterway and Gulf stream Country Club. All homes in this subdivision are completely different. These are unusually LARGE homes beautifully landscaped with complete sprinkler systems. Large bedrooms and beautiful bathrooms with large mirrors and shower doors. Complete G kitchens and G Air-conditioning and heating. Each house with oversize2 car garage. Taxes very low if you compare. Located in Gulfstream, Florida, 12 Minutes from Downtown Boca Raton KITCHEN and AIR CONDITIONING 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS only 3 BEDROOMS 2& BATHS only 536,500 FRED TAYLOSKoniracior OWce-2750 N. Fed. Hwy., Delray Beach P iaceausoleil "Place In The Sun" Entrance Sates 2700 N. Federal Hwy. Defray Beach vida Corporation to Carlo W. Pierdomenico and Helen M., his wife. Lot 2, Blk 28, Unit #5, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $30.90, Barbara A. Toomey to Roland J. Foote and Margaret A. Foote, his wife. Lot 18, Blk 7, Sec. #4, Boca Islands, S.S. $78.00, Itvenus Development and Industrial Corp. to W. Norman Ross and Mary Jo Ross, his wife. Lot 14, Blk 10, Boca Raton Square Unit No. 3, S.S. $54.00, Thomas H. Brannigan and Leona J. Brannigan, his wife, to Maxshall W. Blizzard and Joan Blizzard, his wife. Lot 17, Blk 4, Lake Floresta Park, Sec. 2, S.S. $14.40, Arvida Corp. to Robert Sherman Howell & Audrey M., his wife. Lots 3, 4 & 5, Blk 51, Villa Rica S/D, S.S. $46.50, Albert J. Zimmer & Florence W.Zimmer, his wife to O. Gross Hull and Cora G. Hull, his wife. Lot 27, Blk 27, Boca Raton Square Unit V, S.S.. $64.50, Carl H. Bolinder to Donald E. Edwards & Helen W. Edwards, his wife. Week ending July 21, Lot 3, Block 9, Paradise Palms Unit H, S.S. $96.00, Roland C. Riske and Gertrude A. Riske, his wife to Marion H. Keeler. Lot 13, Blk 5, Boca Raton Square Unit 1, S.S. $9.00, William Dierking & Lucille, his, wife to Chester R. Stepuch and Jean M. Stepuch, his wife. Blk 4, Less Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15 & 19; All of Blk.5, Blk 6, etc. University Heights, First Add., All Blks 7 and 8. S.S. $411.60, First Mortgage Corp. of Boca to Frank & Edith Farber, his wife. Lot 11, Blk 2. Spanish Village, S.S. $51.60, AmoAngeletti & Viola D., his wife towilliam J. Rose and Margaret M., his wife. S ft. of W. 150 ft, of Parcel "A" Floresta, S.S. $82.50, Robert R. Maynard and Alma L. Maynard, his wife tp Regis T. Feeley and Molly C. Feeley, his wife. Lot 7, Blk 6, Lake Floresta Park, Sec. 2, S.S. $12.30, Arvida Corporation to Clenn R. Cantrell and Moyne A., his wife. Lot 5, Blk 1, Spanish River Land Company s/d Unit "3, S.S. $16.20, Raphael S. Roberts and Beth H. Roberts, his wife to Daniel Call, Jr. Lot 16, Blk 1, Bell-Marra, S/D, S.S. $9.90, Broward National Bank of Ft. Lauderdale and Stephen C. O'Connell, as Co-Trustees to Samuel J. Acquilano and Catherine M. Acquilano, his wife. Lot 19, Block 4, Lake Floresta Park, Sec. 2, S.S. $14.40, Arvida Corporation to Frank C.T. Thoburn and Mary C., his wife. Lot 9, Blk 54, Unit XIII, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $9.60, Keating of Florida, Inc.-to George E. Fredrichs and Mildred E. Fredrichs, his wife. Lot 12, Blk 3, Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club, S.S. $70.50, Marjorie V. Lenker to William T. Honiss and Dorothy Roberts Honiss, his wife. Lot 12, Blk 12, Lake Floresta Park Sec. 2, S.S. $12.00, Arvida Corporation to Charles F. Eberly & Margaret E., his wife. Lot 19, Blk 57, Boca Raton Square Unit IX, S.S. $47.70, Laurence Robert Carrell 8; Jean L. Correll, his wife to Louis Stellute and Eleanor Stellute, his wife. Lot 2, Blk 49, Unit XIII, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $10.80, William J. Gibbons and Marion R. Gibbons, his wife to John F.Mc- Donough and Glenda G. McDonough, his wife. Lot 10, Blk 4,WhisemUmtB, S.S. $45.00, Robert Padecky, Adm. C.T.A. of Estate of Charles Padecky, deed, to Adeline I.Jlafierty. Lot 1, Blk 8, Lake Floresta Park, Sec. 2, S.S. $13.50, Arvida Corporation to DeMarco aftd Sons, Inc. Lot 4, Blk 55, Unit 13, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $54.00, Thomas F. Philbin and Evelyn M. Philbin, his wife to Jerome Yager and Jessica M. Yager, his wife. The N 100 Ft. of Lot 5, Blk 3, Spanish River Land Company S/D, S.S. $34.50, Marion M. Wocher to Itvenus Development and Industrial Corp. Lot 4, Blk 11, Winfield Park Unit 2, S.S. $52.50, Nelson A. Barry & Harriet R. Barry, his wife to John C. Rolls and E. Marietta Rolls, his wife. Lot 5, Blk 3, Boca Raton Square Gateway, S.S. $210.00, Peder T. Larsen and Phyllis W. Larsen, his wife to William E. Daily and Laura I. Daily, his wife. Lot 28, Blk 27, Unit V, Boca Raton Square, S.S. $56.70, David H. Wolfe and Vivienne P. Wolfe, his wife to Julius A. Fincken and Helen B. Fincken, his wife. Lot 8, Blk 3, Harbour East Sec. 2, S.S. $75,00, Clyde Wood and Maud C. Wood, his wife to Charles R. Chapman and Mary L. Chapman, his wife. Lot 6 & S 50 ft Lot 5, Blk 1, Boca Woods, S.S. $120.00, H.V. Schweitzer and Loretta L., his wife to Richard L. Robinson & Elaine M. Robinson, his wife. 71 Residential Lots Bought By Itvenus Development Co. Itvenus Development and Industrial Corp. of Boca Raton, has purchased 71 lots in Boca Raton for the further development of residences. The reported valueof these unimproved lots is in excess of $290, All acquisitions were made in the last sixty days, ending in July. The greatest number of lots were purchased in the Tunison Palms area where 45 lots were acquired for homesites. Twenty lots were purchased in the Palmetto Park Terrace area; four lots in the Lake Floresta Park area and one lot each in the Estate Section and Boca Riviera. Itvenus Development and Industrial Corp. has developed the McFarland Apartments East, McFarland Golfview Apartments, and Boca Islands, a subdivision. In addition to the above, Itvenus recently announced the construction of McFarland GRIFFIN FLOORING CO. 'Griffin Has The Floor" VINYL CORK RUBBER FORMICA SANDING FINISHING FREE ESTIMATES 118 N. Federal Hwy. Delray CR BOCA HARBOUR A Fully Developed Community East of U.S. 1 2 B.R., 2 bath, panelled den, central heat and air conditioning, wall to wall carpeting and drapes, waterfront with dock $29,000. S.E. Exposure Luxurious 3 B.R. & den, 2 bath home on Intra-coasial, heated pool, two car garage. A beautiful home for gracious and better living. Must be seen to be appreciated. $69,500. S.E. Exposure LISTED EXCLUSIVELY WITH... Stephen J. Bodzo HERE THEY ARE I 3 of The Best Listings in Boccs Raton CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT 3 BEDROOM, 2Vi BATH, family room, dining room, dinette, large utility room, 2 car garage, patio, screened pool, carpets and draperies. Near elementary and high school. $32,000 - $4-$6000 Down - 28 yr. mtg. No Closing Costs. 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH "L" shaped home with screened pool on well landscaped waterfront lot, sprinkler system. One of Boca Raton's most desirable residential areas $24, BEDROOM, 2 BATH, luxury home with T5x30 beamed ceiling living room. 15x35 screened olympic pool. Extra large wooded waterfront lot and lush landscaping Navigable to ocean. $36,500. EXCLUSIVELY BY JACK S. BUTLER 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call , after 5 p.m TUNISON PROPERTIES OF FLORIDA, INC. P.O. Box 69 Boca Raton Oceanview Apartments, plans for another 80 unit a five - story 80 unit apartment to be built in apartment on A-l-Ain Boca Raton. Construction is progressing on schedule on this project. At the time of the announcement of the McFarland Oceanview apartments in Boca Raton, it was announced also that Itvenus had in roof! SELLING YOUR HOMES FOR the Deerfield area. Beach TAKE A LOOK AT SHERWOOD PARK Delray Beach if your ideas of a home call for more than just walls and a Here you'll find an estate-like setting of spacious frees, the charm and privacy of casual country living! lawns, towering old j Directly adjoining Sherwood Park are Delray Beach Country Club and J Sherwood Park Golf Club. Shopping, including a supermarket, is close-by. Downtown shopping, schools, churches, beach, boating and fishing are just a few minutes away. And Sherwood Park residents have all city services [ including police and fire protection and residential zoning. TWO EXHIBIT HOMES AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY! The Canterbury (Above) 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Ranch House... $ 2 6,9 0 0 The Cornwall 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Spacious Living Room $23,500 ALSO ON EXHJBIT: The Sutton 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Separate Dining Room $25,700 DIRECTIONS: From U.S. 1 in Southern Delray Beach, turn west en South loth St. and continue via Lowson Blvd. to Sherwood Park. From Military Trail in South Defray Beach, turn east on Lowson Blvd. to Sherwood Park. ONLY 3 MILES TO IBM SITE AT BOCA EATON (Two other models under construction) EXCELLENT MORTGAGE FINANCING IF DESIRED ~ SHERWOOD : VPARR, IN QZLRAY B W'$ M i H T F U L COUNTRY CLUB AREA ihsrwosii Park Stvslsptrs, fise LOWSON BLVD., DELRAY BEACH PHONE ?

45 First phase of road construction has been completed as part of a continuing expansion and improvementproject at AFT Boca Palms Apartments, < By Sam Shulsky If this were a column on transportation one could imagine a question something like this: "I'm in the furniture hauling business but am having a bit of trouble moving sofas in my sports car," I say "imagine," although we'd all agree that it would be pretty silly. Yet many otherwise IRphisticated readers are apparently so confused by financial terms and arithmetic that this sort of question translated into stocks comes in all the time. A retired person desperately in need of more I Investors 9 Guide Barry Keit, manager, said. The new access route makes available a new group of rental apartments on the west side of the complex. Silly Questions About Stock income owns, among others, Standard Oilof, and Consolidated Hson as well as Reynolds Metals and Cities Service. Her question: "How can I get more income?" The answer, obviously, lies right in her own portfolio. Some simple long division will show her that Cons. Edison and Standard of N. J. are yielding 5-1/4% and even a bit better, whereas the return on Reynolds Metals and Cities Service worked out (as of that day) to 1.8% and 3.3% respectively. In the same vein, another person who needs more income writes that he holds General Motors, but also Sears; still another holds both Union Electric and Standard Brands. Now DON'T GET ME WRONG! There is absolutely NOTHING WRONG with Reynolds Metals, Cities Service, Sears or Standard Brands. A few thousand shares of any or all of them would look just fine in any portfolio designed for building capital. But the fact remains their rewards are mainly in UNDER CONSTRUCTION! The ff RALElGH 9f HEW CUSTOM BUILT MODEL BY Oik 3 bedroom, 2 bath, air-conditioned, large family room and 2 car garage. CHECK OUR LOW PRICES PLANS FOR 2 BEDROOM OR 4 BEDROOMS AVAILABLE For further information about this or other custom built homes, call , stop by our furnished model at 1500 W. Camino Real, or write P.O. Box 839, Boca Raton, Florida. BUY NOW AND SAVE SSSS PO5I OFFICE SOX 839 BOCA RATON FLORIDA' TELEPHONE ]?5'8?7B Directions horn U.S.I - At Howard Johnsons west on Cam/no Real to S.YI. 15th Avenue Quintin Liberati Owner/Deve/oper In Boca Raton Since 7957 Open Daily 8:30 AM. to 4:30 PMthe form of growth and not in the form of generous dividend checks coming in every quarter as is true of Con. Edison and Jersey, and G.M., and Union Electric. If you want to argue that a retired person can do better holding growth stocks and cashing in on the appreciation from time to time than he can by holding less glamorous, but more generous dividend payers, that's your privilege. But as the recipient of hundreds of letters from retired folk who value a generous quarterly check more than they enjoy watching market fluctuations, I can't go along with it. Now, then, why do people, who were evidently successful enough to amass comfortable fortunes in their employment years now deprive themselves of necessary (yet readily available) current retirement income by continuing to hold growth stocks instead of switching to higher dividend payers? NOW SHOWING I think there are several answers: 1 - They've become emotionally attached to the growth stocks. They feel it would be an act of ingratitude to sell a stock which has doubled or trebled in value. This of course, is silly reasoning. 2 - They are still figuring the yield on the basis of the much lower price they paid for the stock in This, of course, could be tragic. 3 - They fear capital gains taxes. Too many are convinced that'25% of their gain will go to Uncle Sam.This is generally nowhere near the truth. 4 - They've just never brothered to sit down and do some simple arithmetic, such as dividing current annual dividend by current ihe^hallmarkiirby DeMareo & Sons, Ine. DESIGNERS - BUILDERS -DEVELOPERS < he Newest of the Famous "HALLMARK" Series is now on display at 901 S.W. 3rd Street in Boca Raton Square For information and brochures: PHONE market price. But whatever the reason, the fact remains that many who have worked hard to build a comfortable retirement fund are not enjoying maximum benefits because they haven't reshuffled their portfolios. They're still trying to move sofas with sports cars. Mr. Shulsky welcomes all reader mail and tries to include all problems of general interest in the column. While he cannot undertake to answer all queries personally, readers desiring investment lists should address requests to Sam Shulsky enclosing selfaddressed, stamped envelope care of the Boca Raton News. How are you fixed for the future? Loolc into U.S. Savings Bonds' as a smart place to put your money. BOCA RATON NEWS Sunday, August 6, B Firm Sponsors Joint Studies By Government and Industry Government and industry must pool their vast scientific and re- search know-how to help solve such pressing world and national problems as food and resources depletion, overpopulation, transportation and automobile safety, according to William S. Knox, manager of the Hayden, Stone Incorporated office at Boca Raton. In an attempt to effectuate closer ties among federal and state governments and American business, the world-wide investment firm has initiated a series of government-industry forums designed to explore the background, economics, problems and investment opportunities in new or rapidly changing fields. Knox pointed out that the investment community, with its ready accessibility to millions of investors with billions in resources, is a logical catalyst in promoting government - industry 'togetherness" for the betterment of mankind. "It is incumbent upon the investment community not only to investigate new and better methods of solving old problems like world hunger but also to explore investment opportunities in such new and exotic fields as outer space, cryogenics and lasers," Knox explained. At the company's first forum on oceanography, a Hayden, Stone official stated that the "sea" industry is now at the same point as outer SOUND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Fully Occupied Downtown Business Bldg. 70% Return on the Investment. Purchase Price $51,000 CROSBY ALLEY Realtor-21 S.E. 3rd St Caribbean Keys CLOSEST WATERFRONT HOMESITES to N.E. 58th St. in Boca Raton «Exclusive Waterfront Community 9 All Free Flowing Canals Fishing at Your Back Door «Model Open 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 2 Bedrooms - 2 Baths GE Weathertron Reverse Cycle Central Heat & Air Cond. Fully Landscaped including Seawall & Dock Lots from $6,700 inc. Seawall HOMES CUSTOM BUILT by JOHN L FELDMANNINC. Building in Boca since N.W. 1st Ave. Boca Raton, Florida space ten years ago. He added that fish protein from the sea and medicines from sea deposits, sea plants and sea animals will also come from the oceans in Increasing volume and will markedly enhance the status of the world's underprivileged and under-nourished peoples. Distinguished government experts participating in the Oceanography Forum included Dr. Edward Wenk Jr., executive secretary of the National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering Development, and Rear Admiral O. D. Waters, Jr., oceanographer of the Navy. Industry speakers included Theodore W. Nelson, a senior vice president of Mobil Oil Company, and Edward Symonds, senior energy economist with the First National City Bank of New York. A World Food Sufficiency Forum featured Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman who urged greater involvement by American agriculture - related companies in less developed countries. Secretary Freeman said that world peace and U.S. Security depend on closing the food gap between the "have" and "havenot" nations. Dr. William Haddon Jr., administrator of the National Highway Safety Agency, and featured speaker at an Auto Safety Forum told still another investment group that the chances of survival for a victim, of a serious traffic accident in the U.S. are far worse than for a severely wounded American soldier in Viet Nam, Citing the extensive use of helicopters in reducing military fatalities, D r. Haddon called for more widespread use of the "whirly-bird" in the nation's highway safety program, particularly in rural areas. Scheduled next is a forum on transportation which will be held in New York in September. Featured speaker will be Secretary of Transportation Alan S. Boyd. The Hayden, Stone research department issues reports to institutional investors on each forum. Hayden, StoneIncorporated maintains its headquarters in New York and has 82 offices across the nation and throughout the world. Subscribe to the Boca Raton News 4 BEDROOMS-2 BATHS Central Air and Heat-Full Sod- Sidewalks Constructed at 1005 S.W. 13th Place Boca Square. October Occupancy. (Lot and Closing Costs Included) *LET US BID YOUR PLAN OR OURS. ON YOUR LOT OR OURS COMPLETE PRICE $22,500 The FLOR1AN Co. Emi! F. Danciu You'll Enjoy SPACE GALORE at Pcdm 785 sq. ft. living area 2 BEDROOMS Up to 1350 sq. ft. living area CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS Southeast 13th St., Near U.S. 1 BOCA RATON On 5 acres of beautiful grounds opposite exclusive Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club residential area. Close to smart shops, chain stores, dining, public beach, private cabana clubs, golf, fishing, marina, theatre, churches and the famous Boca Raton Hotel & Club. From From All the Closet and Storage Space of the Average Home 9 Built-in bedroom desk Soft city water- city sewer Swimming pool clubhouse $ $ 10, $ 35 $ 45 1 Reverse cycle Air Conditioning (or optional Central Air Conditioning) 1 targe, private screened and roofed balcony or porch available < Fully tiled, glamorous baths #PER MO. (EsU * PER MO. (Est.) ESTIMATED OPERATING and MAINTENANCE COSTS PALM ROYAL APARTMENTS, INC., BR l.bath 2 BR 1 Bath 2 BR 2 Bath *County & City Taxes $15.00 $19.00 $22.50 Maintenance 6, Water Electricity Insurance ' Escrow Total $35.00 $40.00 $45*00 Water, Electricity, Insurance based on actual averages. DIRECTIONS From U. S. I In south section of Boca Raton, enter S.E. 13th St. (2 blocks south of Howard Johnson's). Go Vt block west of Highway. 3 Blocks South of Ccmino Real DEVELOPMENT BY MASON REALTY CORP. MODELS OPEN 10-5 DAILY

46 ) '..'. 1 i _', 'J_i--> REAL ESTATE NOW AVAILABLE! FOR SALE on RENT BEDROOM Furnished or Unfurnished Homes Your Choice of: APARTMENTS CONDOMINIUMS OCEAN FRONTAGE HIGHWAY FRONTAGE ACREAGE 500 S. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton, Fla. THE YELLOW DOOR of PLASTRIDGE INVESTORS DELIGHT Located Between The Infracoasfai and The Ocean in Deerfield Beach 6-Unit Apartment with Large rooms -- beautiful furniture. Deposits for next year already collected. You can live here and make a profit. Figures available to qualified prospects S.E. 8th St., Deerfield Beach. MLS-BA25 - $65,000. PLASTRIDGE REALTY/INC. So. Federal Hwy. Boca Eaton MOTHERWELl Iff REALTY A Thousand Words Would Not Do Justice To This Attractive Home The perfect family home, large carpeted living room, 15x23 pass through kitchen, three extra large bedrooms, walk in closets - big IOO'XMS 8 lot. Plenty of room -WALK TO BEACH - priced at only $34,500. Do not delay, call to see this excellent home today! BR-887. MQTHERWELL SWB REALTY 757 S. Fed. Hwy. Boca Raton WAT ROYA RFRONT N OAK HI LLS Enlarged 2 bedroom, 2 bath Norwalk model overlooking El Rio Canal. Garage,, central air/heat, wall-to-wall carpeting, drapes, frost free refrigerator, washer-dryer, and other extras. Exquisite view from large patio. Pass thru from all electric kitchen. Privacy! Anxious seller. Call today to see. MLS BR-713W. BOCA HARBOUR WATERFRONT No Bridges to Intracoastal. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, covered screened patio with South East exposure, sprinkler system and dock. MLS 918W. 770 N.E. 69th St. PRIME ACREAGE In the path of growth. 65 Acres, with 1320 ft. of frontage on Military Trail. One and three quarter miles North of W. Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach. Tract has 80 mature mango trees, dwelling and barns. Borders on canal for irrigation. Fenced. Priced right. $ per Acre. George B. Van Zee, Realtor ROYAL PALM SHOPPING PLAZA 307 Golf View Drive, Boca Raton Telephone Sunday _.j DISCOURAGED? DON'T BE - if you haven't sold your house yet. Let us sell it for you. You will receive our personal attention to all details and you will benefit from our FREE PROFESSIONAL APPRAISAL SERVICE to help you determine a fair selling price. Remember a home priced right is a home likely to sell in a short time. Our Professional Appraisal background will enable you to price yourhome right without underpricing it. (There isno obligation for this and even after the appraisal is made there is still no obligation to list it with us). If it is listed with us, it will be properly advertised and shown and we will devote our time and effort to secure as rapid a sale for you as possible. GOT A GREEN THUMB? Buy this Large 2/2 (NE Area) and you'll Have an Excellent Home at an Unbelievable Price! We believe this is one of the best - if not THE BEST BUY IN BOCA RATON in this price range. 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47 Sherpa hospital going up (Continued from IB) The rafters now stood revealed and gossip, many huge flat rocks and looked strong enough for were removed from the roof and another half-century although the ancient and rotting wooden mighty uneven to our western shingles thrown to the ground, eyes. At the site of the new Sherpa hospital, a young native woman has her throat checked in the goitre research project. The latest of modem equipment was flown into a small nearby airstrip at Lukla and handcarried to Khumjung. Safe fuel studied (Continued from IB) high in its hopes for the effectiveness of the new crash-resistant fuel tanks 0 The combination of the two in a plane, McCourt said, should make the aircraft practically invulnerable to a disastrous 'A post-crash fire. More than 80 different formulas were tested in the tank experiments by Goodyear Aerospace Corporation and the Flight Safety Foundation under AVLAB contracts. These involved nylon fabric impregnated with a self-sealing coagulant. Operating on the principal of blood in the human body, the coagulant would instantly rush % to the point of puncture and close it, allowing only a small portion of fuel to escape. Another experiment involved a puncture-resistant nylon tank which, in a crash, actually resisted tearing. In a controlled test at an isolated Airzona desert site, an unoccupied C-45 plane, its throttle tied down, rolled along the ground at 100 miles an hour. The right wing smacked into a firmly planted telephone pole, 0 directly at the center of one of the wing tanks. The pole splintered into so much kindling wood m c World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc. DROP ANCHOR AT... BOCA RATON'S DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY ON THE INTRACOASTAL a S Residential prestige and convenience Waterfront sites fully sea-walled e Direct access to lntraeoastal Waterway... no bridges to pass under 8 City sewers installed. r. no future assessments for sewers and new streets 9 Custom-designed homes built by A & P Construction, one of Boca Raton's longestestablished home builders APPLIANCES SUPPLIED & SERVICED BY VSDA APPLIANCE CORP. BOCA RATON * POMPANO BEACH HOMIS ON WATERFRONT SITES FR0M $ 31,9OO HOMES ON GFF-WATER SITES HOMES BY MODELS OPEN 9-5 DAILY ft Phones: or and the wing tore loose from the wrecked plane. The impact smashed the nylon tank amost flat before it ripped from the wing and bounced along the ground for 10 feet. Not one drop of fuel spilled out. "The emulsified fuel and the crash-resistant tanks are still some distance from production. The technology is ready and plans await manufacture and such equipment will be installed in aircraft as soon as possible," McCourt says. "With all this advanced planning, it will still be some time before their general use by commercial aviation can be expected. Commercial aviation is anxiously awaiting these developments, and would be more than happy to apply them when practicable. The saving of lives in plane crashes is akin to motherhood it's something you just don't know." (Editor's Note Howard Goshorn is editor of New Dominion, the Sunday magazine of the Newport News (Va.) Daily Press. He broke the story of the Army fuel research program in a copyrighted story in the Daily Press July 23. Six days later, the Forrestal tragedy occurred, and Goshorn updated his report for World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Inc.) 4. TO PALM BEACK 4. Since * TO TQTST I DIRECTIONS: Nailing new timber across the rafters to carry the roofing wasn't a particularly easy job. Some rafters needed wood chipped off, and others required chunks of timber nailed on to level them. At each blow of the hammer a cloud of century-old dust billowed up from the Gompa attic below a mighty interesting place crammed with old monastery relics and flat wooden boards painted with religious symbols. Neville and I had been using some of the more faded boards as chocks on the rafters, and we inquired as to their original purpose. Mingmatsering, our head Sherpa, explained that it was the custom on the deathof a relative to have a suitable holy painting made by a local artist, and then placed in the Gompa attic with due ceremony. The departed soul would then receive many blessings on his or her long journey. Neville and I felt decidedly guilty after this explanation, as on many occasions we had driven a sixinch nail right through the center of the painted board. With a twinkle in his eye, Mingma told us not to worry "as long as the painting has its head upwards and not downwards". Great was our relief to discover that, despite many nails through their middles, all the heads were upwards, as recommended. The roof was duly finished after three days of energetic work, and great was the rejoicing. To honor our contribution, the villagers decided to hold a party in our honor, and all houses were asked to contribute five rupees each. We were escorted to the Gompa and welcomed by the local dignitaries,, In the temple we were placed on carpet - covered seats where huge statues of the Buddha and Guru Rimpoche could smile benignly down on us. The local firewater, rakshi, was then produced from bottles of many shapes and sizes (mostly bearing old labels of well-known Scottish product) and the party was on. A huge meal of the Tibetan dish, Tupka (noodles and stew), was then produced and, of course, more rakshi. Before long dancing was underway, with the women at one end and the men at the other endof a long line. The expedition members were invited into that line and the building shook and quivered to the thump of expedition rubber soles and Tibetan felt boots. It was a wonderfully happy occasion. As we walked back up the hill in the frosty moonlight, I doubt if there was one of us who didn't feel a warm glow of affection and respect for these tough, vigorous, and cheerful souls. M ENTER LAKE ROGERS COMMUNITY IN BOCA:*:* RATON FROM U.S. 1 AT N.E. 37th ST. $% 1961,rural electric and telephone systems have sponsored about 2,100 projects, which created some 180, 000 new jobs in rural America. Use the Classifieds MASONRY ROOFING PLASTERING New tax millage rate is set by FCD board In double-barrelled actions, the governing board of the Centraland Southern Florida Flood Control District was reorganized and then adopted a record-low tax levy for the 18- county District. Robert P. Blakeley of Plantation, appointed to the board last week by Governor Claude R. Kirk Jr., was sworn into office for a three year term and seated as the meeting opened in West Palm Beach. He replaces Riley S. Miles, who has served nine years on the Board, holding office as chairman for the past seven years. The new chairman, elected by unanimous vote, is Robert W. Padrick of Fort Pierce. Re-elected vice-chairman is Robert L. Searle of Coral Gables. A tax rate of 33/100 of one mill (per dollar of property values) was then adopted for the coming year. It is expected that this will produce $4,2 million in revenues. This is thefourth year in a row that the FCD has cut the millage, it was noted by T.R. Tomlinson of Melbourne. Ed Dail, executive director, pointed out that the district still has not received complete in- ARTSTYLE PLANTATION SHUTTERS 2215 S. Fed. Hwy. JA FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. ADDITIONS CARPENTRY PAINTING STORM PANELS & AWNINGS Order Now at Pre-Season Prices Gatf- National Home Improvement DIVISION OP JOHN E. FROM ANN. INC. FINANCING AVAILABLE [2650 H. W. 1st Ave., BOCA RATOM FREE ESTIMATES LICENSED «INSURED BONDED formation from all counties concerning their tax rolls but should be able to operate with the reduced tax rate. The millage was cut more than 10 per cent from the past year's rate of 37/100 of one mill, Searle said. The new tax will amount to 33 cents for the year for each $1,000 of non-exempt property value in the district. This means that the owners of a $15,000 homestead will pay $3.30 for the year. Board member C.A, Thomas of Lake Harbor, re-appointed to the board this past week by Governor Kirk, began a new three-year term Friday, A unanimous resolution commending chairman Miles for his service to the state, was adopted by the board. HOMES Boca Islands Palmetto Park terrace Tunison Palms Lakie Flpresta Park 2,3^445 KDROOMS SOME FOR IMMEDIATE OteUPANCY See Our 1320 SM. Bocg Islands ITVENUS Peyelofimeni & 41 S.E. 1st Avenue Boca Raton, Florida BOCA RATON NEWS Sunday, August 6, B BOCA INLET APARTMENT On North Side of Building with Mogn/ftcen t View of lntraeoastal 2 Bedrooms -2 Baths, Carpet, Draperies, Complete Kitchen with own laundry and other extras. Priced at $46,000 for Quick Sale, See this before it is too late. MLS. Call Andrew Jackman, Associate ATLANTIC BOCA REALTY, INC. Realtors 101 E. Palmetto Park Rd, Day or Night James Micheil'- Broker Andrew W- Jackman - Assoc. Harriet M. Jackman - Assoc. Fred G. Wilson - Assoc. Call For Classified Ads Multiple Listing Service gets houses bought and sold-idff The most efficient tool of the Realtor is Multiple Listing Service. Through this Service, Local Realtors pool their resources to insure a wider range of customers when you're selling a house, a wider choice of properties when you're buying one. It saves time, money, and headaches. And you also have the invaluable help of your Realtor every step of the way. If you're buying or selling a house, do it the logical way: see a Realtor, a professional in real estate who subscribes to a strict Code of Ethics as a member of the local board andof the national Association of Real Estate Boards. FOR MIS see a REALTOR fisted below. CROSBY W. ALLEY 21 SE 3rd St., NICKAMRHEIN 7607 N. Fed. Hwy., ARVIDA REALTY SALES, INC. 998 S. Federal Hwy., ATLANTIC BOCA REALTY 707. Palmetto PL Rd. Boca Raton, BATEMAN and CO S. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton, W.P. BEBOUT 740 N. Fee/era/ Hwy., BRANNON REALTY, INC. 330 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd CAM1NO GARDENS REALTY, INC. P.O. Box 520, Phone CARLEN APPRAISAL AND REALTY INC. 450 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd BRUCE E. DARRELL Realtor, 425 E. Palmetto Pk.Rd., WM. DAY, INC. 500 S. Federal Hwy., PETER DORAN 733 Boca Raton Rd., Phone FIRST REALTY CORP. 20 S.E. 1st Avenue, FLORIDA SITES, inc. 38S.E. 4th St EDWARD GARVY 641 S. Federal Hwy., ORYAL E. HADLEY 400 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd CHAS. HUTZLER, 72 S.E. 2nd St. Phone F. W00DR0W KEETON 2950 N. Ocean Blvd., MAC LAREN & ANDERSON 735 E. Palmetto PL Rd. Boca Raton, MADDOX REALTY 507 N.E. 20th Street, THOMAS J. MEREDITH f?eo/for, 42 S.E. 2nd St. Phone J.C. MITCHELL & SONS, INC. 22 S. Federal Hwy., MOTHERWELL REALTY 757 S. Federal Hwy., F. BYRON PARKS Via Mizner, Royal Palm Plaza, PETRUZZELLI REALTY, INC N. Ocean Blvd., PLASTRIDGE AGENCY, INC. 224 S. Federal Hwy., THE REAL ESTATE CORNER, INC. 60 S. Federal Highway, RICHARD F. ROSS 21 S.E. 3rd Street, ROYAL PALM REALTY CORP. 307 Golfview Dr TOWN & COUNTRY PROPERTIES 330 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd., WEEKES REALTY CO., INC. 700 S. Federal Hwy., M.N. WEIR & SONS, INC. 855 S. Federal Hwy., JOHN A. 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48 JOB Sunday, August 6, 1967 BOCA RATON NEWS Antiques Bicycles Cameras Dishes It's So Easy To Earn Extra Money With Want Ads You Can Sell Just About Anything From A to Z Encyclopedias Fencing Guns Heaters Insulation Jalousies Kitchenware Luggage Motors Needlework Oars Pets Quilts Ranges Stamps Tools Uniforms Vibrators Watches Xylophones Yachts Zircon; Sunday TUESDAY Thursday $ COSTS AS LITTLE AS Call Classified Call DEADLINE TUESDAY EDITION Mondays, 11 #0 A.M. THURSDAY EDITION Wednesdays, 11:30 A.M. SUNDAY EDITION Fridays, 11:30 A.M Austin Healey. Radio, excellent tires, needs paint. 435 NE 6th St.. Boca Raton. '60 Ford Wagon, 6 cylinder stick, good $ in Boca. Blue 1965 Austin Healey Sprite $ SW 4th St, Boca, *64 VW good cond. take over payments, plus $ Well cared for original -owner 1966 Opel Kadet, blue Wagon, Radio, heater, and top rack. $150. and assume monthly payments of $ Call ^95, USED CARS FOR SALE A GOOD SELECTION Boca Raton Motors Dixie at SE 1st St. Boca Raton ^ We Also Buy y 63 Austin Healey Sprite. Cream Puff. $699. Call West Palm Beach, ) B Motorcycles, Bicycles '65 Suzuki, perfect cond. 50cc 1100 miles, for sale or will trade for Boat & Motor ' Scrambler cycle like new, call B Personals To Buy or To Sell AVON Call GATEWAY NATURAL FOODS Natural, Vitamins & Minerals Organically grown, dried fruit. Dietetic Foods & Vegetable Juicers E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano WEIGHT WATCHERS Meets Wed. 7:30 P.M. First Fed. Bank.Delray. 5 C Child Care ALL NEW: Burton's Nursery & Kindergarten. Year Round. Full care. Register now and be sure! 274 SE 9 Ave. Deerfield Beach TIC TOC Nursery, Kindergarten & Day Camp, 1-12 yrs. 273 NW 15th St. Boca , Eve MATURE full time baby sitter, 4 to 5 days every week. hrs Call after 4 p.m 'C Help, Male or female Teachers, Christian Elementary School, small classes. Those with 2 years college, plus experience considered. Call a.m. NEED A Job? If she doesn't have it, she'll get it. Polly's employment Svc E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano, A Help Female NOTICJ JOB APPLICANTS The Boca Raton News does not knowingly accept Help-Wanted ads from employers covered, by the Fair Labor Standards Act, which applies to employment in interstate commerce, if they offer less than the legal' minimum wage ($1.40. an hour for those covered prior to February 1, 1967 and $1.00 an hour for newly covered employees) or fail topay the applicable overtime* C ontact the United States Labor Department's local office for more in-, formation. The address is U.S. Dept. of Labor Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions, Washington, D.C BINDERY GIRL Experienced Boca to A Helo Female "Girl Friday" Insurance - must be experienced one girl office Call Read the Classified EXPERIENCED woman for general office work, typing required, shorthand helpful. Good working conditions. 5 day week. Call Mr. Schaar at LPN 8 hours AM 5 to 6 days week, permanent. 80 lb.young woman, home bed patient, hospital equipment. Live in or out B Help Male PART Time, private car driver, as I wish to turn driving* over to younger person. Prefer recently retired person, one or two hours daily, occasionally,, 3 or 4 day trip. Advise age, experience, compensation expected. Only Boca resident apply. Interview desired. Write Boca Raton News, Box #A-10. For Classified Ads Call PRESSMAN For AB Dick, experienced. Boca SERVICE DIRECTORY AIR CONDITIONING Sales, Service & Parts KAL'S AUTO SERVICE 1349 Sample Rd. Pomp ffedders Air Cond. residential, commercial, central & room. Tom Myers Appliance 2029 NW 2 Ave, ALTERATIONS """"*"" EXCELLENT "Tailor All kinds of Ladies & Men's Alterations Barton & Miller Cleaners & Laundry, 2600 N. Dixie Hwy. at 5 Points. Wilton Manors U I AUTO GLASS Glass for every purpose. Windows, Auto Glass, Mirrors. Pompano Glass Co AUTO PARTS Car, Truck & Tractor parts Bast! D&M Auto parts, Dick Heidgerd.,220 S. Dixie, AUTO REPAIR & PAINTING Repairs, Painting, Refinishing. 32 Yrs. Experience, Insurance estimates. 101 NW 3rd St. Boca Raton AWNINGS Canvas Awnings, Canopies, etc., take down, re-hang, re-covers ~ Brooks Canvas Products Inc., 1167 S. Fed. Hwy., Pomp., *100% ALUMINUM *AWNINGS *PANELS *PATIO COVERS Save $$ Deal direct with Factory representative for Hurricane S. Sun Protection. 20 years Warranty 100 Pet. Financing available. Call Ft. Laud. AWNING WINDOWS Awning Windows. Room Additions. Hurricane Awnings. 15 years experience. Free Est CAMERA REPAIR Color print. Camera repair & cleaning, Free Est. Guaranteed work. The Photo Mart., CARPENTRY Doors, "Drawers, Cabinets, Appliances, Windows, Walls, Leaks, & Squeeks, make your list. One call fix all. Lie. & Ins, Call Maurice Oldre. General Service Finished Carpentry, Utility Cabinets, Book Cases a specialty. Bill.Peters, CARPENTER 7?ork' wanted. Small or large jobs. Phone Delray Beach, CARPET SERVICE Guregian Bros, Specialists, Custom Carpeting, Fine Orientals, Cleaning, Repairs,Sales ,, CATERING Receptions Cocktail Parties Betty Biegler DRESSMAKING & DESIGNING 'Dressmaking & Designing by Appointment only, Call DRY CLEANING COMPLETE Dry cleaning & Shirt Laundry plant. Matty's 1 hour Cleaners N. Fed. Boca -- $ * Read the Classified HOME IMPROVEMENT Florida Rooms-Carports - Patios - Awnings -Porches-Kitchens -Additions-Storm Panels. ANYTHING. Phone J LEARN TO DRIVE Help with" Driver's license tests. Qualified instructor, reliable door-to-door service. Easy Method Driving School MOVING-STORAGE Willie's Transfer & Storage. Local & Long Distance moving & storage/packing & Crating NW 1st Ave., Boca Raton. ORGANS SERVICE SERVICE Call Victors for Immediate Service of all makes of Organs All Work Guaranteed Victors Pianos & Organs Ft. Laud LUMBER Do it yourself center. Building materials & supplies from our mill service, lumber & Plywood cut to size while you wait. DEERFIELD BUILDERS SUPPLY Hillsboro Blvd. at Fla. East Coast Railroad PAINTING DECORATING Edward J. Hynes. Complete Painting & Decorating Service. Painting in Boca Raton since'54. Free Est PLUMBING Expert Plumbing, Sewer connection. Kohtz Plumbing & Heating " Time payments can be arranged. RANGES GAS & ELECTRIC Prompt 24 Hr. service Fred's Service, ROOF PAINTING & CLEANING Edward J. Hynes Roofs & Patios Pressure cleaned & Painted. Lie. & Insured, free est. Call: SCREEN REPAIR Window & Patio Screens Repaired. Delray Screen 51 NW 7th St Boca Raton SOD " NuTurf Sod ~ Garden & Nursery Shops 3151 N. Dixie Hwy. Pompano SPRINKLERS Harvey Construction & Sprinklers Service & Installation. Call usjor the best TOP SOIL Lawn Dressing - Golden Brown or Silica Sand. Driveway rock. Sludge. Harvey's itopsoil' WATCH REPAIR Accutron & Bulova, etc. Bead stringing. Engraving. John Redding, Beacon Lite Jewelers Beacon Lite Shopping Center^ IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT FOR MANAGER TRAINEES Fast growing Drug Chain has immediate openings in the Boca Raton - Deerfield Area for young men 21 or over, willing to work hard for rapid advancement. We are seeking responsible men who can quickly advance to managerial position. Retail selling experience desirable, but not necessary. You will be given training in all phases of store operations. Good starting salary and all employee benefits. Apply in person only... Mr. Bach, Eckerd Drug Store 150 W. Camino Real, Boca Raton OR Mr. Signor, Eckerd Drug Store 930 S. Fed. Hwy., Deerfield Beach 10 B Help Male MECHANIC wanted. Full Time. Permanent. Good working conditions. 9-5 p.m Use the Classifieds EXPEDITER for Construction work with Florida experience. Apply 2174 N.E. 1st Ave. Boca between 4 and D Situations Wanted RELIABLE Teenager desires baby sitting job in Boca Raton area Jill Thomas. 2 responsible girls, own transportation, desire light housework & ironing Saturday mornings Cheryl Ingham. 15 A Miscellaneous Sale SOFA 84" Turquoise, scotch guard, good buy $ , 425 NE.5th Ct. PlANO Accordian, sacrifice $25. Accordian like new,cost $550.sac- Jifice _$ ,. ROYAL typewriter, double chest of drawers, 2 twin bed headboards, , Zenith Stereo, AM-FM Console, 6 speakers, Italian Provincial, excellent condition, $ TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre Rent electric shampooer $1. Belzer Hardware, '3198 N. Fed. Hwy., Boca Raton. C AB ANA couch 2 chairs, lg. grill with electrical unit. Excellent condition NEW HAMMOND ORGAN FOR SALE-BY OWNER Deluxe "L" Series, Complete with bench, 10 months old.original cost $1380. Reasonable offer buys. Call BARGAINS GALORE You name it, we have it, from House furniture to car accessories, Palm Beach Faith Farm, 1/2 mi. No. of Boynton Rd. on Hwy Phone open Monday thru Sat. 9 to 6. t MOVING Tables, chairs, lamps, yard & garden tools, very reasonable UNUSED FURNITURE FROM MODEL HOME Bedrm. set, dresser, mirror, nite stand, twin head boards, white fruitwood tops $250. Fruitwood china cabinet $100,. King size fruitwood head board $75.32x52 mirror, fruitwood with gold trim $50, Pair modern lamps $20. Pair traditional lamps, crystal drops $ SINGER STYLE-O-MATIC Zig-Zag Sewing Machine 1 yr. old. This machine makes button holes, monograms and sews with twinneedles. Cash price $65. or a responsible party can make 7 payments of $10.00 ea. Call Mrs. Stewart at for free home inspection. Let's Face It... When you buy 16,000 parts assembled into a ' car a quality OlDSMOiUE dealer behind you is more important than the '. Enjoy peace mind AND low actual cost. Let Sales & Service y S serve you! e Noyle Cadillac Oldsmobile, Inc. 455 N.E. Sixth Avenue Delray Beach Boca Raton-Boynton Beach Deerfield Beach Ft. Laud. - Pompano Beach A Miscellaneous Sale 3 pc. Danish Modern Sofa & Chairs $50. Early American Sofa $30. 1 end & 1 coffee tbl. Both for $15. Record cabinet $7. Mr, & Mrs. Chest, both $25. 2 twin size Hollywood beds $20. ea. 1 swivel rocker, $ week days, after 5. All day Sat. & Sun. 6 DRAWER chest. Glass top metal tbl., 4 padded chairs, yellow, (kitchen or patio), Dehumidifier. Elec, Juicer. Elec. Deep Fry Pan. (new) Misc. items. All good condition NW 12th Aye.. Boca. REEL type Lawn Mower 18". Good Condition. Simmons Sofa-Bed. Good Condition, PINK G.E. Combination Washer, Dryer. Vacuum Pool Cleaner, other items m CARPETS a fright? Make them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Belzer Hardware, 3198 N. Fed. Hwy. Boca Raton. NYLON sofa, grey $35. dehumidifier $60. elec. mixer $5. elec. juicer $12, dishes, misc. items AH in good condition A.- 2 Pc. sectional, beige, record player and odds & ends SW 9th St. Boca D Pels For Sale AKC Registered Toy Poodle Puppy, Black, Male. Call , _3Q. C >_2232. TREES RYAN TREE SERVICE Licensed & Insured 20 Years Experience Free Estimates $$$ SALESMAN Real Estate Salesman or Woman needed to take complete charge of Resale Program. MLS Participant. Top Commission arrangement for a worker. Send background to Box A-11, Boca Raton News, Boca Raton. AUTO PAINTING 35 AUTOS $ FAINTED 4 COATS DUPONT BAKED ENAMEl Trails FolnUd And Lettered 10 Months Fiixmo Ptan 1 Day Strvin «IO*T HUH «UMOISTEUT. MlKIS. SI»T COVERS.<O«V «THIS TOTS Take PAUL 5 Salving M B AUTO BODY* PAINT SHOP 418 So. H St. LAKE WORTH On. Heck West of Dixie Opsn Sundays for estimate! CASH for your ORIENTAL or CHINESE RUGS HIGHEST PRiCES PAID FOR OLD OR NEW ORIENTALS AUTO AIR CONDITIONING SPECIALIST Lowest Prices On All Makes of Cars FRANK COULSON BUICK In Little Delray Drive the BMW 2-doorsedan. Only $2,477! GERMAN MOTORS 512 BUNKER RD. WEST PALM BEACH FOR LOCAL ROAD TEST GALL *C..3. WIC First Choice ANYWHERE 'A7 CADILLAC DEMONSTRA- ' TORS. Low mileage Sedan de VHIes jn a variety of colors. Of course fully equipped including factory air. *4 SAVE 1L7 MERCURY COUGAR XR7. 01 Soft bsige finish, vinyl fop, factory air conditioning, glove leather, bucket seats, AM/ FM radio, disc brakes and much more. < List Price $4400. SAVE...' ILL CADILLAC SEDAN DE OO ville. Flawless Dover white finish with contrasting black interior. Factory air conditioning. Tilt-wheel. A real low mileage * beauty * lie 0 3 PRE-SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONS CADILLAC SEDAN. Crystal blue finish, matching interior, ail vacation equipment, factory air conditioning, cruise control, tilt-wheel Premium tires. * t murt. SM. *3695 «r LINCOLN CONTINENTAL. o a Spotless champagne finish, matching leather and cloth interior, factory air conditioning. A true luxury automobile at a price you *?7Qi; can afford i \Z/73 ILO CADILLAC COUPE. White ««finish, all power, factory air conditioning, deep tread premium tires. Hurry S for this one at only HOYLE Cadillac - Oldsmobile 455 N.E. 6th Ave., Delray SMALL CLASSES, 3 and 4 year old children, starting September 11th. An interesting and educational pre-requisite for School. For information and pamphlets, phone All Around Machinist to make parts, assemble and fabricate machinery used in foam plastic industry. Must have thorough knowledge of Lathes and Bridgeport Mills. Hospitalization, paid vacations. No phone calls. Please apply at Zonolite Div. of W.R. Grace & Co, 1555 N.W. 1st Ave., Boca Raton 1956 V.W. CAMPER Like Brand New Jus} Traded Tent Included Rack on Top REAL BUY $2195. USED CARS 700 N. Federal Hwy. Pompano Beach Phone

49 J5 D Pets For Sale YORKSHIRE Terrior, 9 wk. old male, AKC Reg. Good Background. Leaving area "%INIATURE PINSCHER AKC. Champion Sired, 5 wks. (King of Toys) MALE Black' Miniature Poodles. Excellent champion background for show. Magnificent house pets, ideal for children, AKC registered, temporarv shots , 15 H Boats-Motor or Sail AFI21, 75 Evinrude.outriggers, auxiliary motor, trailer, pump, good fishing boat $ '59 18' HOLIDAY cruiser, twin 35 HP engines, trailer, completely overhauled & painted $ IS I Marine Equipment, Supplies 15 H.P. Champion Outboard Motor made for racing. 5 gal. gas tank included. Used only in fresh water, $40. takes both A tiooms lor Rent Large quiet room.southeast exposure. Private Bath & Entrance near Hospital Private Bath & Entrance Patio, Call after Private Bath & Entrance Private Patio, wall to wall carpeting, T V. Small Refrigerator.Immaculate, call: week days Eve. all day Sat. & Sunday , 25 B Apartments for Rent UNDER $100. PER MONTH That's right! Living room Dining room, Kitchen, Tile Bath, walk-in closet, large Bedroom, Air Cond. all for under $100. per month. See 799 SW 4th Ave. or call /2 unfurnished Apt. in unique, year old Fourplex, Central air/heat, all appliances, screened Fla. room, private patio, closed garage. Adults, yearly lease $160. month. East of Federal in Caribbean Keys, midway Boca- Delray. N..W.. Apt. 699 E. Kingsbridge Street. For Appointment, phone owner, ONE BLOCK FROM FAU NEAR IBM AREA Large one bedroom furnished or unfurnished in new building, a/c & heat, all electric kitchen, pastel color appliances. Tiled bathroom, spacious double closets. Storage above and large walk in. Paved off street parking. Laundry facilities. UNIVERSITY PLAZA APTS. 289 N.W. 19th St. Boca Raton Call owner or bedroom Apt, Air conditioned. Electric Kitchen, Unfurnished Duplex, 3250 N.E. 5thDrive, 2/2 Drapes thru out, W/W carpets in Living areas. Central Air Cond. & heat Three Rooms & Den Nicely furn NE 2nd Ave after 5 p.m.. 1 bedroom Apt. Beach, Rent & Utilities in exchange for woman to work in Day School Mile to Beach - Air' Cond. 2 bedrm., 2 bath, furn, yrly. lease. $125. mo U, bedroom Apt. & Effcy. nicely furnished. Jordan Manor , 101 N.W. Pine Circle. Boca,.. Furn. 1 bedrm. & eff. apt. Air cond. 300' to Beach, 1910 SE 2nd St. Deerfielcj bedrm., furn. Duplex, all electric. Adults, Annual Lease. No Pets. 352 SW 1st St. Boca.. Furn. or Unfurn., 1 bedrm., Apt. Radiant Ht., air cond. Quiet, wkly. monthly, annual , _ Unfurnished 1 bedroom Apt. Refrigerator.Stove, $95. month Efficiency Apt. Air Conditioned. 200' to Beach. Until Dec. 14. $100. per month. Utilities included Luxuriously furn. new Duplex 2 bedrm., 2 bath, central air $160. month B Apartments for Rent 1 bedrm. furn. Apt. reversed cycle air. $125 Mo. yearly lease AIR CONDITIONED New one bedroom unfurnished Apt. Including range & refrigerator. 560 NE 46 St. Boca $95. per month. BLACKWELL REALTY Realtors Large 2 Bedrm., 1 bedrm. & efficiencies, furnished - newly painted - reasonable, 3535 NW 3rd Ave. Boca. Adults bedroom Apt. available to late Dec. Com- " pletely furnished & TV. TIFFANY APTS. 431 W. Camino Real Apt. 118 _ Boca Raton VILLA MAYA Extra large unfurn. one bedrm. Apts. Frigidaire appliances. Private Patios, Mirrored dressing room, free laundry. 301 SW 8th St , Efficiencies, furnished Beach area. $80. per month, also Daily or Week, rooms clean & neat completely furnished -Quiet place. Seasonal or yearly basis on A1A in Highland Beach bedroom, unfurnished, reverse cycle Air cond. All Electric Kitchen, Landscaped Patio, Pool. Adults. Annual lease. Reasonable 371 SW 8th St., Boca Raton DELUXE INTRACOASTAL APARTMENTS One block from Boca Raton Hotel & Club - Overlooking Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club. Seasonal & Yearly Furnished & Unfurnished. Models now open Spanish River Rd., Boca Raton. APT. HEADQUARTERS Various convenient locations, Boca's largest selection of owner operated apts., effcy. 1, 2, 3 bedrooms furn. or unfurn. Some with pools Call Apt. Rentals , An jtvenus Enterprise. Ocean Front LOW RATES While Renovating Efficiencies & 1 bedroom Apts. Pool, T.V. & Air Cond. $45. weekly. $150. Monthly. 630 N. A1A. Deerfield THE HAMPSHIRE HOUSE 1150 S.W. 2nd Ave. Boca Raton New Modern furnished and unfurnished 1 Bedroom Apt. & Efficiencies from $95. 2 Pools. Please call: G Houses for Rent 4 bedroom home. $185. month. Also, other rentals. MacLaren & Anderson, Inc., 135 E. Palmetto Park Rd., Ph $150 month, yearly, attractive 4/2 unfurn. well & sprinkler - Carport , Excellent Rentals, Some Homes with Pools. Ben Adams Realty, 198 NE 6th Ave., Delray Beach* phone Beautifully furnished complete, 1 bedroom possibly two, (F1 a. room) $180. per month. Must have reference. Call after In Floresta, 755 Aurelia St. Boca Raton House for Rent. 2 bedrm. 1 bath, Furnished, Linens, Silver, etc. 3/2 Dining rm., complete GE kitchen, Well & Sprinklers, roofed screened porch, double carport, fruit trees. $200 mo, yrly. Immediate Occupancy. Near 5th Ave. Shopping Plaza aft. 6 p.m. 25 F Miscellaneous for Rent REASONABLE Store or Office in Orchard Square, SE 1st St. See your broker or call Ft. Lauderdale, after 6 p.m. 15x40 NEAR FAU Wanted To Rent Rent or Purchase about 2,000 Sq. Ft. for light Manufacturing. Vicinity Boca Raton. Write Boca Raton News Box A-14, Boca Raton, 30 E Income Property Sale 11)1/ INVESTMENT *"*te' OPPORTUNITY We* have for sale a 3 bedroom, 1 bath Home which is now rented for $85. month, plus a 1 bedroom Apt. which should rent for $50. month. Located about 2 short blocks, from the Intersection of U.S.I & Palmetto Park Rd. The Lot is 75'xl45' Zoned C-l. The rent will give you an excellent return on your investment, until you are ready to develop it as a commercial property. Priced at only $12,900. with Terms of 29% down balance over 3 years at 0% MLS BR-738. BATEMAN & CO. REALTOR 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. Boca Raton Eve. & Sun For Classified Ads Call REAL ESTATE SALE ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS fios.fed.hwr. BOCA RATON REALTORS Ph I A Lots & Acreage Sale GOING TO BUBLD? If so see us for lots in Boca Raton Square, University Heights and els ewhere. All sizes, shapes, and prices. Special builders Consideration.Call Tom Meredith Realtor, at the Keatinq OFFICE RESIDENTIAL LOT Boca Raton Square Corner lot 90x110 ~ Priced at $4,950. For further information call IVAN HAACK... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton;Ph Q CAPITAL GAINS 40 Acres 990 Ft. on Main Rd. connecting U.S. 1, Turnpike, & 441. One mile from Arvida's 757 S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla. Phone TB (very 1BB interesting property) ON THE CORNER A Valuable lot, ideally located east of Intracoastal. WALK TO BEACH at a low price for quick sale. Phone: CHUCK HIGGS, assoc Nites - Sun EDWARD K. GARVY Realtor 35 B Co-oos & Condominiums Sale 1INTRACOASTAL 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH Immaculate Condominium Apartment, beautifully carpeted & Draped Just waiting for you. Magnificent view, directly on the Intracoastal. $20,750. MLS. Condo 42. FIRST REALTY CORP. 20 SE 1st Ave. Call Anytime INTRACOASTAL SACRIFICE $ DOWN Two Level Townhouse. Cond ominium Apartment. 2 bedrooms 2 baths upstairs, living room, dining room, kitchen & Powder room downstairs. Lavish appointments. Will sell $10,000 under original price, with only $2,000. down to first mortgage. MLS BC 44WP. FIRST REALTY CORP. 20 SE 1st Ave. Call Anytime PENTHOUSE NORTH On the Intracoastal Deerfield Beach Deluxe corner SE exposure. 2 bedrm., 2 bath 1200 sq. ft. 22' screened Porch, Carport included. Custom Drapes, new Wall to Wall carpets. Extras. Call: Ken Baulch assoc Reed & Matthews. Realtor or anytime. 35 C Apts, Motels, Hotels-Sale 35 H Homes tor Sale 8 UNITS New Apartment $70, NE 46 St. Complete information BLACKWELL REALTY Realtors Ft. Lauderdale ~ For Classified Ads Call Business Property-Sale ALL YOUR 1 REAL ESTATE NEEDS MS.KD.Hwr. OCA RATON REALTORS Ph _ ^ TOR SALE Eight Unit Apartment House, 1 bedroom apartments, good investment with excellent return, 1/2 block off U.S.l. A&P CONSTRUCTION CO 400 NE 27th Circle Boca Raton Phone 395^ G Real Estate Wanted Home wanted to Purchase 3 bedrooms, 2 car garage, Boca raton area. Furn. or unfurnished. Write Boca Raton News Box A-12. Boca. 35 H Homes (or Sale Lake Rogers - 3/3, study dock opp beachpark: luxury resort life. Views! NE 33 St. 3 bedroom. 2 bath, large Fla. rm. '$18, NE 31 St., Boca Raton. Deerfield Beach, East of Fed. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, partly furn. screened porch, Air, GE Built-in. Owner. Appt bedrm., 1-1/2 bath, 100x125' lot. Sprinkler & Well, furn. $16,500. " unfurn. $15, SW 20th St., Boca Royal Oak Hills, 3/2 Multi- Million Dollar Purchase. Excellent Terms. Call 'X125' LOT $2000 Reduced from $3500 owner moving to California. Double garage. Carpets, Drapes, Washer, dryer. Dish Washer, Garbage disposal, Hurricane shutters, Sprinklers. Owner Country Club Village, 3/2 Central air & ht., Screened Patio. Lawn Sprinkling System. Washer & Dryer. City Sewers. Sold by owner, $21, NW 12th Aye- TREMENDOUS VALUE. - 3 bedroom, air cond. & heat. Terrific location, only $16,900. Low down payment, LOVELY 2/2 Home, Carpet, Drapes, Appliances. Only $15,000. Low down payment.phone $1200 DOWN buys charming 2 bedroom 2 bath, air cond. Home. Assume Mtg. $110. Month pays all. Immediate occupancy NW 4th St. Boca Raton CAMIN*O GARDENS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH, NO-VAC POOL For knowledgeable buyer who wants Camino Garden's at its finest. Decorated in exquisite taste. Lush landscaping. Occupancy in 30 days. MLS.. FIRST REALTY CORP. 20 S E 1st Ave. Call anytime ~2"NEW HOMES ROYAL PALM YACHT _ & COUNTRY CLUB 3 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Baths, Pool. 3 Bedrooms, 3-1/2 Baths, Large Patio. These Homes Must Be Sold, First Reasonable Offer Accepted. Owner l ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS! 6os.ttD.mvr,. IOCA RATON ' REALTORS Ph *Anybody Welcome. Near School & Shopping. 3 bedrm., 2 bath, large lot, sprinkler system. Small down payment. Assume mtg..$89. also Homes from $78-$96. Mo. Ft. Laud WHO WANTS THE OCEAN Here's a Large 3 bedroom, 2 Bath Family Home, Screened Porch, 17'x42', 2 Car Garage Separate Utility room, Central Air Conditioning. One short block from the Ocean in the exclusive Estates Section $27,900. MLS BR 668. Existing high Mtg. FIRST REALTY CORP 20 SE 1st Ave. Call Anytime Boca Harbour 2/2 Waterfront 110' from Intracoastal.Dock, large Pool, family room, w/w carpeting, drapes, central air, sprinklers. "One inspection worth a thousand words.". 881 Appleby St. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED Beautiful setting near FAU, $27,500. unfurnished. Owner. Days , ext Eve. & Weekends. 395=6340,, Near New Mizner School 3/2 priced at $19,500. Drapes, Cedar Closet, Electric Kitchen, Shade Trees, in yard. By appointment call or Brokers protected. COUNTRY Living, good schools, 3/2 Screened Patio, central air, heat. 1 acre, close to IBM. $23,500. Call: Evelyn Keough assoc, Ben Adams Realty, Realtor ROYAL PALM GOLF COURSE ^ OPEN DAILY Colorful View down the fairway. A new 3 bedroom 2-1/2 bath, Pool home, large dining area, sunken living room, large family room, 2 car garage. Carpets & Draperies. Best priced Golf Course Home at $59,500. Open Daily at 104 Camino Real. MLS, FIRST REALTY CORP. 20 SE 1st Ave. Call Anytime Paradise Palms completely furnished, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large living room, air, screened patio, sprinkler system on private well. Lots of Shrubbery, $20,000. Call owner, ROYAL PALM GOLF COURSE One of the really big homes with a magnificent view of the Golf Course, 3 large bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, living-dining room30'x40', 9 foot ceilings, large screen enclosed pooipatio, $79,500. MLS FIRST REALTY CORP. 20 SE 1st Ave. Call Anytime OPEN HOUSE 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful screened Pool Pass thru window. New House. Only two blocks to Ocean. 850 Palm Ave. Just off A1A Elliot West Realty WATERFRONT SE Exposure, Screened Pool & Patio. Extra large Lot. 4/3 plus panelled Den. Intercom. - Central A/C & Heat. 2 car garage. Boca Keys, only 600' to Intracoastal. MLS 836. BRANNON REALTY INC. Realtor MLS Gets Results See Your Realtor ROYAL 0AK l } % HILLS One of Boca's finest sections. An exciting Florida home, designed for the best of Tropical Living. All spacious rooms, most modern kitchen, central A/C etc. Professionally decorated & completely furnished. Like new throughout. A real bargain at $24, also a 3/2 with Pool for $25,900. BR 883 & 826P. MacLaren & Anderson, 135 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd. Ph. «? SPACIOUS POOL HOME ROYAL PALM This nicely detailed home has Four bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths,attractive screened patio with enclosed heated pool, all rooms good size, baths are large, tiled & nicely papered; one bedroom used as den price of $55,- 000 includes carpets, draperies, washer/dryer. MLS 924P ~ For a courteous showing please call or see LLOYD LIVELY... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy, Boca Raton :Ph, H Homes tot Sale immediate Possession, spacious 3 bedrm., 2 bath Fla. rm., Central heat, etc. Kitchen, fruit trees, owner. No Brokers, Lighthouse Point B, _ Delray Home with Pool $19, bedroom, 2 bath, with Pool, situated on large well landscaped lot & located 2 blocks from Delray Beach Golf Course, Owner just Transferred. Immediate Sale. Present MTG. approx, $15,800. Payable $131.monthincl. P.I.T.I. BANER REALTY, INC. 814 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach Eve For the Big Executive with the big family. New modern 6 bedroom, 3 bath Home. Large Living rm. plenty storage space, lovely neighborhood. Across from Catholic Church in Delray. Only $32,500. Call: Helena Voris, Assoc. BEN ADAMS Realty Realtor MLS Gets Results See Your Realtor B ROYAL PALM J^ FAMILY HOME An exceptionally functional home. Foyer entrance servces 3 bedrooms without crossing living room. Separate dining room, separate family room, huge (14'x 30') Patio, large kitchen serves all areas. Oversize 2 car garage. A great family home at $54,000. MLS 679. FIRST REALTY CORP. 20 SE 1st Ave. LalL_Anvtime 3Q5-86QQ LOVELY WATERFRONT HOME Two bedrooms, two baths large foyer custom-made draperies, carpeting included central heat & air conditioning price $28,- 300 MLS745W~For inspection and further particulars, call IVAN HAACK... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton;Ph BOCA EAST OF FED. 3/2 - $450. down, $110 month, includes garage, sprinklers, circle drive. Beautifully Landscaped. Don't miss this buy. Call to see. JOS. MIANO Eve TRADE YOUR HOME HUGH ANDERSON Real Estate 115 W. Sunrise Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale " THREE BEDROOM HOME East of Federal Hwy. Deerfield Beach Large screened porch captures southeast breeze. Garage cabana bath carpets & drapes included pass-thru to patio a delightful home priced right $23,- 500! MLS For information call HARRY GRIFFITHS... Weir Plaza Building 855 S. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton:Ph OPEN DAILY 10:30-5 P.M DATE PALM ROAD ROYAL PALM YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB ONLY $44,900 Terrific deal move right in 2 bedrooms and den or 3 bedrooms and 2-1/2 baths, central air conditioning, 2 car garage, automatic door. and luxurious tropical landscaping, Country Club atmosphere >now is your chance to buy right. MLS BR S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla. Phone Pompano area: 2 large bedroom, 2 bath Home. Florida room, Large Living room, Dining room, Beautiful Kitchen, Utility room, large closets. Wall to wall Carpeting thru out. Drapes; 2 Patios. $17, Call after 6 p.m. BOCA RATON NEWS Sunday, August 6, B 35 H Homes lor Sale Immediate occupancy^ lovely 3/2 central air & Ht. W/W carpeting, dish washer, luxury bath & kitchen. Only $23,500* low down payment or Unusual 3 bedroom, 3 bath, Pool Home. Concrete Constr. Low upkeep Air cond. 2 car garage. MLS. Open SW 7th St., Boca Raton Square. DEERFIELD REALTY Realtor COUNTRY CLUB HOME 3 bedroom, 3 bath, central heat, large Florida room, fully equipped kitchen, spacious living area, 2 car garage, screened Pool-Patio, overlooking Delray Beach Golf Course. Ideal Country Club Home, priced at: $31,500. with all offers to be given prompt consideration. Convenient Delray location for IBM Personnel. BANER SEALTY INC. 814 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach Eve INTRACOASTAL view Boca Harbor. Immaculate 2/2 extra lg. family rm, central air cond. dock, w/w carpeting, drapes, dishwasher, washer dryer, lg. utility room, lg. -heated Pool. Located at Intersection of 2 wide Canals with permanent view of Intracoastal Waterway. Below Mkt. $32,900. SLONE REALTY Reg. Real Estate Broker N. Dixie Hwy. Boca WALKING DISTANCE TO CHURCHES, SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTERS This lovely 3 bedroom and family room home with large fenced rear yard, has just been reduced in price to $13,900. for quick sale MLS BR S. Federal Hwy. Colonial Building Boca Raton, Fla. Phone MLS Gets Results See Your Realtor GARVY'S GOT IT! STEP ON SLATE in the entrance Foyer, then gorgeous white carpets in this unique 3 bedrm. Waterfront home with heated Pool. Central air, Automatic Sprinklers, garage and a jillion extras. $34,500. MLS 922. EDWARD K. GARVY Realtor Boca Raton ME? Live in a Model Home? Why not? If you want to show off a bit, and live in a home designed to bring the Lush Florida Landscape right into your living room, see: 1037 SW 12 Rd. Two Bedrooms, Two Baths, Central Air, and Only $16,900. Call Realtor.- Tom Meredith at the OFFICE K Duplex 2 bedroom 2 bath each side. Central air cond. 'Drive by 509 NE 18th St. $3500. Down Duplex Delray, 1 bedrm. each side furn. city water & sewer, patio, large storage. Assume 5-1/4% mtg. Minimum $2500..needed to close.$13,500 [full price. No Brokers. ' pfter 5 p.m. EVTRACOASTAL EENTAL APARTMENTS Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club Area. Furnished & Unfurnished Spanish River Rd. MODELS OPEN NOW For Classified Ads Call ROYAL OAK HILLS 2/2 Westport Model - Centra] Heat & Air. Immaculate condition and Landscaping. Includes drapes, carpet, sprinkler system, patio furn. f laundry equip. Widow asks shown by appoint, only W. 5th St, Phone exclusive with 42 S.E. 3rd St. 3 and 4 Bedroom HOMES from $18,500 VOGUE HOMES 984 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, Fla DiAMONLHEAD OCEANFRONT Beyond description are ffte views from every room in this distinguished HMsboro Beach Condominium. NO LAND LEASE ^ Soundproof walls Private Dock Space on Intracoastal. Heated pool A must on your list to see. From $25,000. Open daily from 10 to 5:30. Call?4!-4«0 or FORD R. CARTER INC., REALTORS 2907 E. COMMERCIAL BLVD. PHONE: BUY OR RENT Unfurnished 3 bedroom - bath plus Family Room can be purchased for $2400. Cash and assume payments of $165. including principal, interest, taxes & insurance, or it an be rented annually at $200- per month. To see phone George Van- Zee, Realtor an#~owner, at or ACREAGE LARGE & SMALL FOR ONE and ALL! We have researched 150 Thousand acres' in this area and have available listings from 5 to 3800 acre tracts. Some with terms as low as 10% down. No principal payment for 5 years and the balance- over an additional 10 years. SLONE REALTY Reg. Real Estate Broker N.DixieHwy.;Boca Raton ATTENTION PLEASE CAMINO GARDENS RESIDENTS We have a client who is desirous of purchasing a small home, preferrably an "ANDOVER" model in this area. If you are desirous of selling, will you kindly coniact the office of F, BYRON PARKS and ask for Mrs. Parks. Telephone FASHIONABLE VENETIAN ISLES SECTION THE NEW DISTINCTIVE ASHLEY ARMS APARTMENTS Unfurnished yearly leases. 14 large 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 8-2 bedroom, IV: bath, central air, heat. Dream kitchens with 14 cu. ft. refrigcrators-ge range, disposals, luminous ceilings. Bains with vanities, mirrors, medicine cabinets, heaters. Huge closets, additional storage lockers. Prewired for color TV, telephone, laundry facilities, guest parkins, soundproof construction Swimming pool, large patio, quiet residential area, walking distance to shopping centers, churches, restaurants, theaters, short drive to beach From $ NE «nd STREET M J43-4S22 SELLING YOUR HOME??? Statistics show that a home priced within 5% of fair market value is ten times as likely to be sold as one priced 15% to 20% above that figure. Let us APPRAISE and SELL your home at its fair market value. Phone today for ah experienced AP- PRAISER to look at your property with no obligation. ROYAL PALM REALTY George B. Van Zee, Realtor 307 Golf View Drive PHONE

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