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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 38

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Friday, November 1, 1968
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38 Palm Beach Post, Friday, November 1, 1968 Illegal Liquor Total Submergence Plan Reduced CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Louis E. Howell, executive director of the National Council Against Illegal Liquor, says the annual output of illegal li quor In the United States totals nearly 36 million gallons and Is "an estimated $744 million tax swindle on federal, state and local treasuries." ; restaurant! rescuing submarines trapped at great depths. Specialists say the $5-million cut that leaves $74 million in the Navy's "deep submergence" project for this year WASHINGTON (AP) -Hard-pressed Pentagon economizers have been forced to make small but potentially crippling cuts in the program to develop a vessel capable of FEATURES FRI. to trim spending $6 billion this year. About a year ago, while preparing the fiscal 1969 budget. Defense Department officials denied the Navy some $90 million to complete the final four boats of a planned force of six special rescue subs designed to operate to a depth of nearly a mile. takes away money earmarked for unexpected problems that usually crop up during a development process. "It makes It much more difficult to solve current problems," one official said. "It eliminates the 'elbow room' In the development program." The new cut was made as Pentagon authorities sought every possible means for meeting a congressional order Stmmt Lnm mm n Wrt aajaia FRIED SHRIMP with tartar sauce S1.93 Phong - 832-5183 Olire Kn. al Flagler Bridie Free Parlf trr CfiJt mm KEYBOARD ROOM M JIM PICKARD AND THE COUNTRY ROAD RUNNERS OKEECHOBEE BAR 630 Okeechobee Road COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSIC For Your Dancing & Listening Pleasure 13 uriiii run UIININER TIESBAY thru SATURDAY Herbert Ri'cci at the Piano Thurs., Fri., Sat J 44 CQtOANUT tOW, MIM BEACH 833-741 PALM BEACH YACHT ( I I B announces the opening of (ROWS NEST LOl'NGE & RESTl'ARANT overlooking Beautiful Palm Bench opei Tuee., through Sat 11 AM till 11 PM Lmited Mentwnhip opened f 10.00 Pit Yew Mmarrt And Tlmr Guatt mly CaU REMO or PAUL for Reservations 833-9379 Corner of 8th SL Flagler Drive OPEN E.jR ROUND AIR CODITIOED OKEECHOBEE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT AND DINING ROOM 2854 OKEECHOBEE RD. PH. OV 3-9996 FRIDAY SPECIAL I 0. AL JOLSON to JAMES BROWN fCrH' OPEN DAIlY " AM 111 2 AW 5UN- m 12 MIDNIGHT 7 FAMOUS FOR CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS UU T-BONE OR SIRLOIN STEAK i CAT FISH & HUSH PUPPIES A4J ALL YOU CAN EAT 2.00 CHARCOAL BROILED T-BONE OR SIRLON STEAK 2.25 BAR-B-QUED RIBS 1.7S - CLUB STEAK 1.50 CHICKEN, BROILED, FRIED OR BAR-B-QUED 1.50 ORDERS TO TAKE OUT - All KINDS OF SANDWICHES COCKTAILS PACKAGE GOODS SOID Til 2 A.M. THE CRACKERS, MRMA AD WE GANG SWEETBREADS GRILLED WITH BACON FULL $ I 02 DINNER J. Served 5 to 9 P.M. JIMMY HAINES TRIO TALENT AUDITIONS SUN. NITE II rCapt. Floyd Majors' I U.S. HWY. 1 LANTANA SINGLES CLUB PARTY Wednesdays in the SEAVIEW HOTEL. SINGER ISLAND & 30 til BLUE MARLIN ii iiwiiii-ixMjLiJLXixm NIGHT CLUB (APWtitpkoM) THE LEGS HAVE IT - New York dancer Elaine Giftos gives newsmen a clear view of her shapely legs as she toured the back lot at Paramount Studio in Hollywood this week after telling how her legs carried her from the Johnny Carson show to a movie part as Barbra Streisand's girlfriend in "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever." A Paramount producer saw her on the Carson show and noticed her legs, of course and 12 hours later she was in Hollywood. 1CR0SS FROM K0LID1T 1M Wt Palm Brath I NIGHT OWL RESTAURANT Entertainment & Dancing Nitely RUSS BURRESS at the "PIANO BAR" STEAKS SERVED NIGHTLY 8 P.M.-S A.M. EGGS Cocktail bung & Package Store open to S A.M. 7 Days A t ( t t Week t WiU7iiiMqy 1 1 1 0 1 N. DIXIE-LAKE WORTH Defeat Dog Ordinance UUtLFMHK W KOI k I OMCIH EARL lh SHERI VAN BENET DARINGLY I I V HI Rl.tSQl i: SKITS I'Ll S "GEORGE & GWEN" ROCK N ROLL SOUL BABIES and "THE APOLLO MYTH" l)AU(, ill. DAf'S mm WW FORT PIERCE - Fort Pierce's proposed dog control ordinance the subject of heated controversy for the past eight months died Wednesday night when the City Commission failed to pass the ordinance at its second reading. The death knell for the measure was sounded early In the meeting when a motion by Commissioner Sam Lawder to appropriate city funds to assist the Humane Society in implementing the ordinance failed to pass. Lawder, compromising on the $30,000 figure set by the Humane Society, suggested that $15,000 be allocated by the city for a dog warden and his expenses. However, the motion was defeated, with Lawder and Mayor Milton Tucker voting for the allocation and Commissioners Lee Nelson and Jackie Caynon voting against it. The fifth member of the commission, Merle Morris, was absent from the meeting due to illness. MA ETNA TON' famous (IMRO VASCO KESTAIKANT "HOME OF THE JAI-ALAI" VISIT SPAIN . . . WHILE IN THE PALM BEACHES BEGINNING MONDAY NOV. 4TII unu BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEON IHIf FROM 12-2:30 P.M. (formerly George Washington Hotel) ily Dinner SPECIALS PAN FRIED FILLET OF RED SNAPPER SERVED WITH FRENCH FRIES CHOPPED BEEF, CUBAN STYLE SERVED WITH RICE YELLOW RICE AND CHICKEN IT'S IIAPPt:.MC Woman Driver Hits, Cruiser, Police Say DELRAY BEACH - Mrs. Alice Wallace, 22, of 235 NW Fifth Ave., was charged with operating a vehicle with unsafe and Improper equipment and speed too great for conditions Thursday after her auto rammed a city police car. ' Patrolman John Kennedy was in "Car 6" at 9:09 a.m. stopped at the stop sign at the junction of N. Swinton Avenue and NE 22nd Street. It was then, police reported, that Mrs. Wallace's brakes failed as she attempted to turn east off N. Swinton Avenue onto NE 22nd Street. According to police reports, the Wallace auto struck the police car almost full head-on. Damage was estimated to total between $400 and $500 for the two vehicles. Mrs. Wallace was taken to Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Boynton Beach, treated and released after the accident. 1.25 SALAD, COFFEE OR TEA INCLUDED the GUY and popular DENNIS TUESDAY THRU SAT'S STERLING LOUNGE 775 N. LAKE BLVD. Sat. Nov. 2 Veal Chops Parmagiana Sauce Sun. Nov. 3 Pepper Steak Mon. Nov. 4 Sauer Braten with spatzels Tues. Nov. 5 Roast Prime Rib of Beef Au Jus Wed. Nov. 6 Chicken Cacciature with Spaghetti Thurs. Nov. 7 Roast Bahama Chicken with dressing Fri. Nov. 8 Hawaiian Fried Shrimp ALSO toast Beet every night, in addition to the above specials. INCLUDES (HOKE OF APPETIZER, POTATO, $ Q f C VEGETABLE, SALAD, DESSERT and BEVERAGE! 4 mJ fJ PLESTY OF FREE PARKING DAY ASI) SIGHT DINNERS SERVED FROM 4:30-11 P.M. 949 BROADWAY RIVIERA BEACH DINNER RESERVATIONS PIl 844-9449 N.P.B. Nyman's1 TOMORROW 2 P.M. BIRTHDAY-GOING AWAY PARTY FOR HOUSE OF PRIME RIBS end SEAFOOD Qaptain.'i. Dining Room i If tM. Daily 12 mm It 9 PJR. SvatWy OPEN ALL DAT SUNDAT CNIofiuieTkioTTL SPECIAL ALL DRINKS Vj price 5 to 6 P.M. Doily Hm & Cold Hon d' Oeuvm Served u ilh qII Corkloilt 11 CLOSED ELECTION DAY! HELGA" MARINA INN 732-9741 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE PALM BEACH SHORES SINGER ISLAND . . . RESERVATIONS PH 844-5221 yt Flagler Drive at lit St. . . . West Palm Beach LEAVING FOR EUROPE SOON IMS South Federal Hwy. loynlM Imcn PROUDLY PRESENTS ITS FALL PROGRAM OF AN ALPINE BEER FESTIVAL ITALIAN AMERICAN Restaurant A GLASS OF COOL DRAFT BEER IS SERVED COMPLIMENTARY WITH YOUR FESTIVAL DINNER 1000 U.S. 1 NORTH ,1 STARTING SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3rd The doors will again open for our Winter schedule of hours, lunch and dinner served Monday through Saturday 11:30 a.m. -9:00 p.m. Sunday dinner from Noon 'til 9:00 p.m. PALM BEACH LANNY GREY Playing beautiful melodies every night except Monday. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE TO LANNY GREY ORCH. TTiKOYAl PALM WAY FRIDAY MTE IS UDIKS NITE FROM 5-7 P.M. BOTTLES OF FREE CHAMPAGNE GIVEN AWAY AT COCKTAIL HOUR LADIES POPULAR DRINKS 50' COCKTAIL HOUR EVERY DAY 5-7 PM DRINKS 60- FREE HORS D'OEUVRES PALM BEACH RESERVATIONS 655-3031 A Dining Tradition in the Palm Beaches and Quoque, L.I, for a quarter of a Century. OPEN EVERY NIGHT FROM 5 PM to 1 AM Continental Cuisine Prine Steaks Seafood PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS j?) OYAL ID OINCI ANA D FOR RESERVATIONS call 832-2432 LAZA CwwutJi lw t k toy (4 ftkfihm Wy AT THE NORTH FLAGLER BRIDGE PALM BEACH announcing! GRAND OPENING at the famous CAMELOT Featuring the Finest in . . . ITALIAN and AMERICAN CUISINE FRIDAY NOV. 1st, 1968 Serving Breakfast 7 AM TIL 1 1 AM LUNCHEON 1 1 AM TIL 2 PM DINNERS 5 PM TIL 10 PM SUN. THRU THURS. FRI-SAT TIL 1 1 PM OPENING SPECIAL 7 Course Italian Feast! i COMPLEX OF FINE RESTAURANTS i joiihuies 2501 1'WAT RIV. IEACN PRESENTS Qreat New Show .i'Jokers Wild" -FEATURING- The Lovely Voice of PATTY DAVIS & DIXIE DELAINE Captain's Cabin Tavern on the Greene Coffee ShoppeeThe Wharf Publick House PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. AT 1-95 (5)jCPPC6ITE THE PALM BEACH MALL EACH EVENING CHEF BOECK (FROM AUSTRIA) PRESENTS THE FOLLOWING GOURMET DISHES MONDAY: Roast Duckling Chipolata, Broiled Calves Sweet Breads & Whole Baby Flounder Sau-teed Tl'ESDAY: Sauerbraten WPotato Pancakes, Pork Chops with Ham & Mushrooms, Stuffed Breast of Capon WEDNESDAY: Hungarian Beef Goulash, WNoodles, Smoked Loin of Pork WSauerkraut, Wiener Schnitzel Steeple Chase THURSDAY: Corned Brisket of Beef, Sauteed Lamb Steak, Stuffed Rouislade .of Veal in Paprika Sauce FRIDAY: Short Ribs of Beef WVegetables, Broiled Fresh Ham Steak, Filet of Sole Marguerita SATURDAY: Roast Lee of Lamb, Grilled '4 Spring Chicken Harvester, Tender Loin Tips of Beef Stroganoff SUNDAY: For The Fourth Consecutive Year The Colonnades Presents The Sundav Nite "Tropical Buffet" With A Fabulous Selection Of Foods Hot and Cold. 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