The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 5, 1976 · Page 110
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 110

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FF8-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, December 5, 1976 r-JwASH I MONT NO. MINN . Lease A Brand New '77 BY PONTIAC 1ASS- LUXURY EQUIPPED! Florida Leads Unemployment I . I I b.D. I " I A K I I In t I I f J It PER MONTH CLOSED END LEASE This unemployment pic ture for September shows Florida leading the nation with a 9.9 per cent jobless rate, compared with a low of 2.9 per cent in Wyoming. The September unemployment rate, not seasonably adjusted, was lower than the national unadjusted rate of 7.4 per cent in 35 of the 48 reporting states and in the District of Columbia. N E V. L- L.4.1 lt "NO OHIO 74 toNN R. I UTAH COLO. TNA 4 5 6 2 Aol 8.7 X 6.9 ARK."y TNN 6 3 N C. 1 I f . I LA 6.4 1 6.0 V i ii i -v Jztr-rt"- ALASKA HAWAII X jooA LnJLiiJ VJ ) IN STOCKI Why settle for a Monte Carlo or Cutlass Supreme Net Available) Lin ,na! 4U KTJ Brand New 1977 PONTIAC GRAND PRIXS, equipped with FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING, Automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, notchback vinyl seats, steel belted radials and much more! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! Personalities In Business .", .TVs, I ,J?'S X. ' I SUBURBAN LIVING Located in the Country Club community of Pine Tree Golf Club, this residence was custom built in 1972 and offers a dramatic view of the beautiful golf course, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, formal dining room, family room, 2600 sq. ft. patio with heated pool and barbeque, plus many more luxury features. $275,000.00 100 N.E. 5th Avenue PEARL G. MALONE JleP,t!0"e Delray Beach, Florida realtor 305-278-7434 LEASING COMPANY 1928 SOUTH DIXIE HWY. (US1 BETWEEN OKEECHOBEE A BELVEDERE) WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. PHONE 833-4554 ORVILLE KING, LEASING MANAGER Serving the Palm Beaches over 39 yrs. Est. 1937 BE 'CONSTRUCTIVE ! J.T. JONES elected president of Barnett Banks of West Palm Beach and Lake Worth. ROGER H. STREHLOW - appointed assistant vice president of Palm Beach Trust Co. t I ft' r-1 Btltii ,it .-Mt. B & J THOMAS R. BOYHAN - appointed auditor of First Marine National Bank and Trust Co., ' WN BUM A FLOYD BLANK - president of Royal Contractors Inc. elected president of the Home Builders and Contractors Association of Palm Beach County. somebody makes money in Put & Call Options! ' OPTION BUYERS SEEK: Substantial gains at predetermined risks. Preservation of profits. OPTION SELLERS SEEK: Increased return on their portfolio through premiums of 10-20 or more. To buy stock below the market. To sell stock above the market. If you have money.invested in the stock market, and have not explored the advantages and risks in Puts and Calls, you are invited to attend a SEMINAR ON OPTIONS Where you can learn techniques used by moBt Successful Option Sellers, and have all of your questions answered. This new investment tool offers high yield on your portfolio and excellent preservation of principal. The Seminar will start at 8:00 P.M. on Wednesday, December 8th. Place: Holiday Inn, Flagler Room 100 Datura Street West Palm Beach Speaker: R.F. Martel, Options Specialist Please call Mrs. Joy Koons to reserve a place. 659-0600 There's nothing like a home that includes all the important features. Build the home you want, exactly as you want it. Or, if your present home needs enlarging to accommodate a growing family, think in terms of an addition. Mortgage money is available, so come in and tell us about your plans. Let's work together, constructively. Name Address Zip State City Telephone 1 1 am unable to attend, but would appreciate receiving information on Options. Reyholds Securities Inc. 250 Royal Palm Way Palm Beach, Fla. 33480 TO 3 2 x 1 Sound like arithmetic to you? It's not!! This is newt-paper talk for a 2 column by 1 inch ad. Think It's too small to be noticed? You're reading it . . . aren't you? Post-Times Advertising pays!

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