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D4 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 7, 1968 .JfW I Do.a ttm U.S. WIATHM WMAU - USA Chris Robinson To Direct Play State GOP Legislators Expect Less Partisanship sanship," said senate minority leader C. W. (Bill) Young of Pinellas County. "We have gotten over the rough road of the first two-party legislature and the newness of a Republican governor." House GOP leader Don Reed of Palm Beach County agreed, adding "Our minority will be as strong or stronger than in 1967, but I don't think the partisanship will show." In Tuesday's election, Democrats hung on to majority control of both houses. And Republican senate strength dropped from 20 to at least 17 and probably 16, depending on the absentee ballot count in a cliffhanger contest between Flguro Stow Wh Tompirojtvrt hptcftid For Paytliw Thurodoy prime television shows, and lead roles in award-winning Hollywood movies, has taken for his first directing effort a comedy written by Norman Krasna. It had rave reviews when shown on Broadway. The play has some "electronic age" twists to Its love-wlthout-marrlage plot. It will be Interesting to note what hitherto serious actor Chris Robinson comes up with tn the way of comedy routine. As usual, The Playhouse will have a mixture of professional actors and drama students for cast. Heading the cast is Bob Re-galbuto as the boy who makes love wisely If not prudently with the girl, played by Paige Sosnoski. Stage setting is unusual for this effort. It shows two apartments at once. Robinson brought set designer and technical man John Garcia from Los Angeles to produce the backdrop for the action. The play will have a two-week run. It will be the first of ix planned for direction by -vobinson. Ualatorf PrlalttU Nor UUUmi - Contulr Ual Fortcait Lakes through Southern New England with snow in the Upper Lakes Northern New England. Snow flurries are forecast for the Central Rockies. SHOWERS FOR GULF - Showers are forecast today in the Pacific Northwest and from the Gulf area to the Middle Atlantic Coast States. Rain is predicted from the Great Weather Table DELRAY BEACH - Chris Robinson, home-town boy who made good as an actor, will have his abilities as a stage director demonstrated tomorrow at 8:30 p.m., with the opening of "Love in E Flat" at the Delray Beach Playhouse. Robinson, with more than 100 starring guest shots on Construction Is Vetoed MANGONIA PARK - A proposed construction of Man-gonla Development Co., which is developing Palm Beach Industrial Park, to connect 45th Street with State Road 710, was vetoed by the city council Tuesday night. Mrs. Ben Dunnam, deputy clerk, said the proposed construction was turned down because the project had not been approved by the county engineer. Also, another decisive factor, was a petition from 73 residents protesting the road on the town's west boundary. The council also hired Patrick Knisley as the town's second full-time policeman. Knisley will receive $95 weekly salary for the night shift. After a 90-day probationary period his salary will be raised to $107 a week. In other business the council announced bids for the town's proposed fire station lo be advertised in the near future. Current plans call for bid opening on Dec. 17 and construction to begin Jan. 15. Museum To Exhibit Colonel's Paintings STUART - Oil paintings by Col. John Davis Morgan will be exhibited at Elliott Museum on Hutchinson Island beginning Monday, the museum director said. - Mrs. Janet Hutchinson said Morgan's paintings are of scenes where his army career took him. She said Morgan began painting white stationed in the Philippines in 1905. youthful GOP Sen. Dennis O'Grady, Inverness, and former Sen. Welborn Daniel, Clermont, Democrat. With 4.956 absentees untalli-ed, Daniel led O'Grady 41,361 to 41,039. An absolute minimum of 17 votes is needed to sustain a veto, a control senate Republicans used repeatedly in 1967 to back Gov. Claude Kirk's legislative programs. Conversely, in the house, Republicans Increased their voting strength from 39 to 41 and a possible 42 with 40 needed to uphold a veto. Republican Earl Dixon, Jacksonville, ran 1,388 votes ahead of Democrat Roland Blalock with 8,600 absentees outstanding, but Duval Supervisor of Registration Harry Nearing said a sampling Indicated that the absentees were "running infavorof Dixon." Other close house races were decided in favor of Re-publicans with Reps. Charles E. Davis, Vero Beach, and William E. Powell, India-lantlc, and newcomer Richard J. Tillman, Cocoa Beach, and Tom Tobiassen, Pensacola, the winners. Tobiassen is Escambia County's first modern-day GOP legislator, but another northwest Florida Republican, Rep. L. S. Campbell, Defuniak Springs, lost out to Democrat J. G. Melvln, Fort Walton Beach. And while Democratic Rep. Henry Land, Tangerine, was defeated and the Democratic candidate to succeed Rep. James Beck of Palatka lost to Republican James A. Glisson, Eustls, former Democratic Rep. Bill Fulford made a comeback in Orlando, ousting GOP Rep. Robert Shadley. Senate Republican losers were Ralph Clayton, Deland, downed by former Rep. Fred . Karl, Daytona Beach, John Fisher, Jacksonville, who lost to Verle Pope, D-St. Augustine, and William Stockton, unseated by William Beaufort, Jacksonville. Democrats credited Gov. Kirk with costing the Republican senators their seats and senate president-to-be John Mathews Jr., D-Jacksonville, said senate Republicans would be "more Independent this time as a result of the governor's sagging popularity." Senate minority whip Tom Slade, only Republican senator reelected in Jacksonville, said Kirk was to blame, but Reed said the governor had "no Influence" on the out- TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Legislative Republicans, their power base apparently shifted from the senate to the house, predicted Tuesday that there will be "far less" political disharmony in the new state legislature. Heated CJOP-Democratic contests one in the house and one in the senate went down to the wire of absent ballot counting and won't be officially decided until today. But GOP leaders said it won't make any difference in the session that organizes here next Tuesday, then quits until its regular 1969 session in April. "Here will be far less parti Policemen's l.ANTANA An examination for new policemen to fill vacancies on the department will be held Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. at the town hall, clerk William Nyberg said Wednesday. The examination was set after the resignation earlier this week of Patrolman Michael Stromick. Town councilmen have not met to consider the resignation, which is being recommended bv Police Chief Kenneth Jones. Councilmen would normally meet lor a workshop session tonight, but the meeting has been postponed and Monday's regular council meeting canceled because of Veterans IJav. The Coastal Plavers I nr. present' the delightful comedy by Sam and Bella Spewack-AT THE SALIIAYEN Al'DITOIIIl'M on A) A in Jupiter Fri. and Sat.. Nov. 8 and 9 at 8:30 P.M. and Sun., Nov. 10 at 7:30. PHONE for lAk.AhM RESERVATIONS ' tUtJ 9 f BT1IK.VSS(MI.TKI)PKKSS HI Lo I'r Albanv 34 7 albuquerquo 5K Atlanta 6.1 M Bismarck :l 25 .m Hoist' 52 29 Boston 511 to Hutfalo 45 3!l .11 Chk-aKO Jit 47 Cincinnati .54 511 .16 Cleveland 52 15 .25 Denver 4(1 .10 .01 Des Moines 45 :w .17 Detroit in 4" .0.1 Fairbanks 1.1 0.1 Helena 44 22 Honolulu ....H'l 70 Indianapolis 5.1 4ti .22 .luneau ...42 .12 Kansas Cltv 47 42 .,16 Los Angeles 7H 52 Louisville 55 52 M Memphis 56 52 .07 Milwaukee 46 4.1 .44 Mpls. St. P .' .14 .01 New Orleans 7.1 55 1.17 New York 54 45 Okla Citv 50 44 Omaha ,1H ,16 . Philadelphia 55 47 Phoenix ....7K 4.1 Pittsburgh 52 46 . 21 Ptlnd. Me 47 .17 Ptlnd. Ore 52 .1.1 Rapid Citv .14 28 .04 Richmond 65 56 St. Louis 50 16 .27 Salt l.k. Cltv 49 33 San Diego 74 47 San Pran '52 .09 Seattle 55 :H Washington 58 55 Winnipeg 26 24 KLOKIDA TABLE Apalarhlcola 74 56 Clewislon 82 7.1 Davtotia Beach 76 5" DeLand 79 55 Port Lauderdale 82 68 Port Mvers 81 6.1 Oainesville 77 55 Homestead 8.1 65 slamorada M 69 Jacksonville 77 62 Lakeland 78 60 Naples 82 62 Miami 82 70 Ocala 78 59 Orlando 78 57 Pensacola 72 47 Sarasota 79 60 St. Petersburg 78 65 Tallahassee Tampa Vero Beach West Palm Beach . ..76 18 ..79 58 . 8.1 63 ..84 6.) Bandits Hit Mail Car MONTREAL (AP) - A $300,000 robbery of a mall car at Montreal's Central Station was reported ' Wednesday by post office Investigators. They said three masked bandits dressed as railway firemen and carrying lanterns staged the robbery Tuesday night one minute after Brinks Express Co. guards delivered two mallbags to the mail car of the Canadian National Railways passenger train. The robbers forced postal workers to He on the floor of the car, then scooped up the two mailbags and fled. No Fires Reported OKEECHOBEE No fires were reported during the month of October In Okeechobee County forests, according to W. R. Dempsey, county ranger. To date, 16 fires have burned 669 acres of forest land In the county as compared to 35 fires and 2,828 acres In the same period last year. fe 1:00 P.M. - Doily ond Sunday 1 There's a place (or you at The Captain's TaHe. On the Intracoastal Waterway Hillsboro Ave. (State Road 810). Deerfield Beach, Ha, For reservations, tel. 399-4000 BUSINESSMEN'S DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL... $1.35 Exams Set Another item the council will have to consider later this month will be lack of progress in purchasing right-of-way land on Fourth Street. Landowner Frank Meade Sr. turned down an offer by the council of $600 for a strip of land. The land would have formed part of a road widening scheme the council Is anxious to undertake . Other property owners have agreed to donate, or sell, their land. Patrolman Hired In South Bay SOUTH BAY A former Fellsmere resident, Pete Tyson, has been named a probationary patrolman here, it was reported by city clerk Faye M. Tillman. Tyson takes over the post resigned by patrolman Dale Bartolet. He joins Police Chief J. C. Andrews and patrolman Charles B. Clark on the local force. I HOTEL . SINGER ISLAND THE EDDY ARIIOLD AT THE 1 ) STERLING LOUNGE I the GUY and ( P0PULA DENNIS ( TUES THRU SAT'S 775 N. LAKE BLVD. I rrtsTTYu'T r"'. AL JOLSON to JAMES BROWN also featuring 3 SHOWS NIGHTLY LYOIN-INICKEL CAFETERIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Booth tinco 19S0 lunchoon Specials daily oncopt Sunday J eweti J KAIIY DAVIS 9-11-1 VI TALENT AUDITIONS SUN. NITE St. Lucie Deputies Injured FORT PIERCE - Two St. Lucie County deputy sheriffs were badly injured early Wednesday nornlng when their car plowed down 608 feet of guard rail on North U.S. 1 north of the overpass in Indian River County. In Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital with what was feared to be a broken back and in "guarded" condition, was John Skeens, 29, of 119. Roselyn Ave., Fort Pierce. Also hospitalized and reported "satisfactory," was Thomas Edward Elmore, 28, driver of the 1967 sedan which was judged a total loss. Skeens had been just two years with the sheriff's department, and Elmore two and a half. The car was Elmore's personal vehicle, and the loss was estimated by Florida Highway Patrol Trooper M. D. Bozeman at $2,100. The trooper charged Elmore with excessive speed, and said that the car had failed to make the wide curve just north of the high overpass bridge, jumped the rail and landed bottom up. Elmore was able to get out of the wreck, but Skeens was pinned inside, and both were taken to hospital by ambulance. A sheriff's spokesman said neither man was on official duty. COFFEE HOUSE Entrance S. Dixie, W.P.B. only I $295 I LAN NY GREY PLAYS PIANO AND! fJrHTCapt. Floyd Majors' Corned Beef and Cabbage (Lunch and Dinner) Veal Cutlet Parmigiana (Oinner only) Hungarian Goulash, Noodles (Oinner only) 44 Cocoanui Row Palm Beach 833-5761 Next SUNDAY, NOV. 10 at 8 P.M. WEST PALM BEACH AUDITORIUM ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY M North Side SAT. AT 8:30 P.M. WPB Auditorium ON STAGE! IN PERSON! AfT.WMt Price $5.50, $4.50, $3.50 TIOUTS ON SAIE AT AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE, SEARS, lURDINE'S AND FURNITURE FAIR (LAKE PARK). 1 J ON STAGE .!S?, STARRING CHEF CHARLES OF THE TOWERS presents his special Sommand $4 wormanm FULL COURSE DINNERS THURSDAYS "Suppontopf" Boiled Bff ind Chicktn-ln-pot Horn Radish Sauct MAfjTOVAfjl and his onheslra 11:30 A.M. to 2: IS P.M. - 4:30 P.M. in the SEAVIEW IN PERSON WIRX PRESENTS JIM PICKARD AND THE COUNTRY ROAD RUNNERS oki i:aiOEii:i: 630 Okpochobee Road COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSIC For Your Dancing & Listening Pleasure Thur., Fri., ond Saturday Nights ilSUNI- RESTAURANT d 1 AND U ISANDSC0CKTAIL L0UNGE A A1A OCEAN ROAD JUPITER, FLA. PH. 746-3336 f DINNER SPECIALS . ; . ) B CORNED BEEF , , I 1 THURS. ok Luncheon K 1 BAKED VIRGINIA HAM e . . jl . 1 1 j Special if ;S FRI. SAT. SUN. f : K BROILED PRIME RIB BUFFET Dailjf 1 JJ SCALLOPS OF BEEF ll.-i V 8 or o s to E,t;p, I . SHRIMP LIVER AND ft p JUL Sundl,V' I H CREOLES ONIONS j MON. TUES. WED. j H B.B.Q. BEEF LONDON H ROAST PORK OR BROIL ft OR ROAST SIRLOIN AND ff CHOPPED STEAK OF BEEF STEAK NITE 1 ctvfottoritMH 1 drf" i ' - ' -.- . . PALM COAST PLAZA 7925 3 TODAY'S complete PI IK KiNG CURTIS and the KINGPINS I hUtf THE SPINNERS AND MANY MORE SPECIAL . ROAST BEEF DINNER $ 1 49 2 Vegtlablei Salad Roll Butter Coffee Or Teo Deuert PRICES $4 50 $4.00 $3 50 ALL SEATS RESERVED TICKETS ON SALE AT: AUDITORIUM SEARS BURDINES FURNITURE FAIR (LAKE PARK). FOR RESERVATIONS CAU iSJ-oOU THURLOW SPURR AND THE SPURRLOWS SING A NEW SONG - ORCHESTRA MEN'S GLEE CLUB A CAPPELIA CHORUS WITH FEATURED SOLOISTS FRI., NOVEMBER 8 7:30 P.M. N0RTIIW00D BAPTIST CHURCH 3900 BROADWAY OHIH K IOI K Til l K SC. I I (i 1 1 It K I V now! f'lMiki-d Tn IVrfi'i-lliin TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8:30 P.M.!! SMORGASBORD A GO GO It wot already famout at the biggest belt-butter In town . , . but new the authentic Scandinavian Smorgasbord luncheon at the Colonnades Beach Hotel offers you even mere deloctablot fe choose from: more testy appetizers, more huge platters of chilled meats and fowl, more sea food delicacies, more exciting casserole surprises, more salads, more tasty aspics, condiments and relishes. Yes, more of everything. Yef, and listen to this you can enjoy the whole shooting match including, oven-fresh bread and rolls, and dessert, along with a sensational view of the ocean, foe only a dollar ninety five sentt, any day af noon DELICIOUS FULL iiii in addition to our regular Gourmet Menu Monday through Pridoy ai tne COURSE Colonnades Beach Hotel. Just over the causeway on South DINNERS Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach y 1 Pi WEDNESDAYS Corntd Beof ind Cabbogt ICompHmontiry Burl EDMflLB l I CAHOU8 Teng DINGS CAHOU8KL IIECOWSILLS WEST PALM BEACH I) Shores, Singer Island. (THE OVERLOOKING South on Singor hiand in Palm Roach Shorn f IN THB BAR EirrjitM OF THE i THE OCEAN For loMrvaliont Call John 144-5221 FRIDAYS Boullliaboitt MarMillf in SATURDAYS "Hiwiiitn Plnwppli Bouquet" Stuffod with Jumbo Shrimp and Lobsttr Tall on bod of Braiwd Rico telephone S 3 3-5761 for reservations in the KEYBOARD ROOM of the 44 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach AUDITORIUM SEATS AVAILABLE AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE TICKETS: $5.50 - 4.50 - 3.50 PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. & CONGRESS

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