The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 23
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 23

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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BIO Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 Radio Courtesy Important CORNER OF 25TH BROADWAY WEST PALM BEACH tori tetaurant How would you like to have nne radios require a station your own radio station? Ma- license and an operators li- cense, so even though It's a small radio station It Is your m :t&t-m$ ( sag in FEATURING FAMILY STYLE DINNERS k ROAST DUCK full course dinners a u . ni FROM a. w rKiifii me - nns SEA FOODS -Olde English Atmosphere, Food 4 Beverage " SERVED FROM 6 AM TO 9 PM TIES. THRU SUNDAY CLOSED MONDAY New Open and Completely Redecorated FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 832-9430 CHARLES MELVIN, NEW OWNER own with registered call letters, for your exclusive use. except in an emergency. The United States Coast Guard considers a marine radio the most Important supplementary safety aid. But there are certain obligations an owner of a radio equipped boat must observe. For example, he must monitor the calling and distress frequency (2182kc) before calling and must not Interrupt calls in progress unless an emergency exists. After making contact he must switch to a working frequency except In cases of distress. There are legal rules and rules dictated by tradition, but the rules of common sense and courtesy In the use of marine radio-telephones will Improve the pleasure of boating and make the waterways safer for many yachtsmen BOATING TIP Before starting your engine, be sure to ventilate all areas thoroughly. Open hatches and ports and run blowers, If your boat Is so equipped. -. - Roofless Remains Of The Braden Castle Cancel that rAfvtfoAY RtPERT - CANCEL. THAT (AAYDfcY l NeWpalm beach aaaU V I SEAFOOD RESTAURANT FEATURES SUN. Braden A Pioneer Settler BAKED FILET OF BAHAMA SNAPPER with Butter souct ...$1.95 Phone 832-3 1 83 Olive Ave. At Flagler Bridge tree Parking famous (BIRO VAXCO KMMRANT the Indians In this sturdy castle. In 1856, a party of seven Indians attacked the castle, but Dr. Braden returned the fire with Major Gamble's new repeating rifle, wounding one Indian. When the post office was established In 1878, a spelling error made It "Braidentown." In 1924, the "1" and the "w" were dropped. Ybor City Tours Start PALM BEACH LAKES BOULEVARD You always receive the RFD CARPET TREATMENT at the HARVEST HOUSE. Soft background music, relaxing atrrosphere, prices reasonable - bring the family. The HARVEST HOUSE SPECIALTY Our Famous TURKEY DINNER ALL WHITE TURKEY MEAT & DRESSING e GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLE WHIPPED POTATOES W ARM ROLL "HOME OF THE JAl-ALAI" VISIT SPAIN . . . WHILE IN THE PALM BEACHES BEGINNING MONDA Y NOV. 4TII NOW BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEON FROM 12-2:30 P.M. By HAMPTON DUNN BRADENTON Dr. Joseph Addison Braden was a pioneer settler in this area. A native of Virginia, he came from Tallahassee to Manatee River in 1843 and acquired a 1,100-acre sugar plantation. He built a sugar mill, but his masterpiece edifice was his "castle" near the confluence of the Manatee and Braden rivers In East Bradenton. Using slave labor and materials at hand, Dr. Braden erected a two and a half story building with eight large rooms, spacious halls, four large chimneys and eight fireplaces. The walls were made of an odd material: "Tabby," composed of lime, sand, crushed oyster and clam shells and water, molded into large bricks. The roofless remains of the castle make an interesting study to- IMARINA iINM TAMPA Visitors to Tampa may take advantage of tours of Ybor City, Tampa's Latin Quarter aboard "La Carroza" a little Spanish train. The tours are being sponsored by Tampa and Ybor City merchants as token of goodwill to visitors and will board at 22nd St. and Seventh Ave. Monday-Friday starting at 10 a.m. with pickups every hour on the hour through 4 p.m. PAN FRIED FILLET OF RED SNAPPER SERVED WITH FRENCH FRIES CHOPPED BEEF, CUBAN STYLE SERVED WITH RICE YELLOW RICE AND CHICKEN day. The wood used was obtained from the property, oak, hickory and pine. The windows and doors came from Mobile. Begun in 1845, it was completed in 1851. Pioneer citizens of the region often sought refuge from Jupiter Coastal Players Plan 'Three Angels' JUPITER - The Coastal Players will present "My Three Angels", a comedy, at the Salhaven Auditorium on Nov. 8, 9 and 10. The play, which starred Humphrey Bogart in its movie version, concerns itself with the activities of two killers and an embezzler serving sentences In a French penal colony- The parts of the prlsloners will be played by Jack McKeever, Ray Stirn and Mike LaCagnina. Others who have parts are Bob Gilllck, Felix Ducotel, Edna Gawn, Kay Gawn, Jim Barlow, Blllle Key and Vem Jaramillo. Bill Haas is director, assisted by Mitzi Steiper. & BUTTER (Formtrfy Gto. Waittmgtort Hofl) Plan your holiday HANOI ETS & PAIM IKS with us! Our new facilities will e available in December. Phone 832-8191 Catering Office SALAD, COFFEE OR TEA INCLUDED M.25 DINNERS SERVED FROM 4:30-1 1 P.M. 949 BROADWAY RIVIERA BEACH DINNER RESERVATIONS PH. 844-9449 HOROSCOPE FOR TODAY ALWAYS ON SUNDAY! "DIG MAG" ftou in Town! F 5$ . if i niT 1 mmT . GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for TAURUS, GEMINI. Special word to PLS-CES: chance to advance depends upon your persistence. I .am DI..J TZtrVn A. m-i-iiii-i-iiT v V-LPWU n WKeecnoue m.t. sj & r a ll .WJi J.11, -JA-JTV the Sans Souci Hotel ff ON THE LAKE (formerly George Washington Hotel) Daily Dinner SPECIALS Sat. Nov. 2 Veal Chops Parmagiana Sauce Sun. Nov. 3 Pepper Steak Mon. Nov. 4 Sauer Braten with spatzels Tues. 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Tonight you learn costs of projects. Obligations must be attended to no more delay. People In authority tend to side with your position. Act accordingly. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Tonight, cycle goes up; new contact proves valuable. Shake off any tendency toward lethargy. Some restrictions can be lifted. Break from routine. Relax with congenial people. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Some friends today may appear heavy-handed in their methods. Let others know what you think. Clear lines of communication then there are fewer misunderstandings. Attend lecture or theater tonight. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Your wishes can be transformed Into realities. Key Is to gain confidence through family ties. Patch up differences. Strive for harmony. Your desires are not out of line. They'll be fulfilled. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Plan ahead. Build on solid base. Accent today on long-range plans, including travel. You get word which you have been awaiting. Someone at a distance gets in touch. You feel better. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You unravel a mystery. Puzzle pieces, fall into place. Financial dilemma Is resolved. Stick with experience. Individual who has been there and back offers aid. Accept it. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Discussion with mate, partner takes on serious overtone. Key Is to resolve basic difference. This is best done by agreeing to end a project. There has been financial drain plug It. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Relief Indicated from burden. Obtain hint from LIBRA message. Don't hang on to outmoded concept. Modernize methods, plans. Deeper understanding Is reached with loved one. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Give attention to one who serves you. If you praise work well done, you gain. Otherwise, people around you become discouraged. Set fine example. Keep health, diet resolutions. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Good lunar aspect tonight coincides with meaningful activity. Creative resources come to fore. You also receive plenty of affection. There Is feeling of satisfaction. Give and you gain. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Center activity around home base. Not wise tonight to go too far afield. Check details be thorough. You could make discovery of value. Key Is alertness. If observant your efforts are rewarded. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mareh 20): Get thoughts on paper. Check bills, expenditures. A savings can be effected. Concentrate on economy. Avoid wasted effort. You are due to gain if you display sense of responsibility. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you are creative, versatile, would make fine entertainer. Key Is to find proper outlet for varied talents. Strive now for greater balance; don't aim only in one direction. 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