The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 8, 1968 · Page 7
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 7

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 8, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 8, 19687 Extension Of 1-95 Reported Increasing Traffic In Area Tue. & Fri. 54 p.m. ENROLL NOW Begins NOV. 12 Coll Mr. Holland 832-5194 -jazz ball . for lenagcrs GRACE KAYWEIL RCil WALKDf LOVE LAND SLIM, SQUARE and HI-FI Arnold ( 7 Zll. 1 A marvelous new Arnold col what we should have done since 1924 in order to get federal funds," Morgan said. He told of the difference of ideas between the conservationists and the developers. "We are caught in between," he said. "There should be a happy meeting of minds in this. We must learn to get along with nature." He said that the shoreline Is one of the top drawing cards in attracting desirable industry. "We can destroy this if we are not careful," he warned. "Palm Beach (the town) is pretty much an island unto itself. What happens here affects the whole county. We should investigate our economic potential, but we must keep our place charming." He said that we cannot have highrise apartments on both sides of a two-lane highway, since they must be four-laned sooner or later. In regard to local transportation he said that the board will analyze and make recommendations when the population says it wants public By HY WHITE Staff Writer PALM BEACH The extension of 1-95 has not affected the traffic north or south on the other roads in the county, according to Donald O. Morgan, executive director of the Area Planning Board, in his talk before the Rotary Club at Wert's Restaurant Thursday. Morgan said not only had the traffic on the other roads remained unaffected but also the annual increase had been marked as in previous years. He said that with 1-95 in use there had been an added 15,000 more cars on the road. Buyers who had never come to West Palm Beach are now coming here from Martin county and Jupiter. He said that the purpose of his board is to plan and coordinate the orderly growth of the county inside and outside the municipalities. The group tries to project what will be good for the area in 20 to 30 years. He asserted it can do a "pretty good job" in its projection for five years ahead. "We are forced to do now lection that includes the title tune, plus Eddy's single of Then You Can TeUMe Goodbye, more. Dynagroove. LSP-4089 STEREO Que VICTOR " ll 1 ? 1 ' PALM BEACH MALL If ; v , "'"- . . I ' jj fj nor'iiirMr's birthstone! l i-tiiftll-if I wii r film rlr ll ti o vent ber ' b i r t list one! smoky topaz quartz THE BEST Of MOT Plus FM and AM too! Divisions Still Lag UF Campaign Goals Bv itself Sonv s 8F-38W is a slim square f-MAM portable-table radio with a beautiful sound. But that's not all. 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After the Show Come to Music City for the Best Selection of Records and Tapes in Palm Beach County The United Fund of the Palm Beaches has reached $309,000 in its campaign this year but reported Thursday that divisions are still lagging their goals. Follow-up calls since Give Day two weeks ago netted approximately $20,000, according to UF campaign chairman John Green, but donations and pledges so far are $67,000 shy of the 1968 goal of $375,000. The only division to surpass its quota to date is the Education division, Green reported. The Industry division is near-Ing its $140,000 goal, however, he said. Inter-division goals have been met by the Utilities section of the Industry iMvision with almost $33,800, over the top by $1,800. The Professional division is approximately $25,000 short of its $90,800 goals, but county government is $5,500 above its quota, Green said. Contributions of over $10,000 made by Palm Beach Mall employes led the Commercial division, which is below its $56,000 goal with only $32,000 so far. Seven-Eleven stores and employes have one of the largest donations made since Give Day with $2,265. Still seeking their quotas are Boynton Beach, South County, North County, Westboro and neighborhood divisions. Initial results in the Glades drive now underway have been noted and more are expected following the "mercy mailings" soliciting donations and pledges. Robert Bussey, district superintendent for Florida Power and Light Co., and Charles Leonard of Southern Bell are UF co-chairmen In the Glades area. Donations so far In the Glades amount to $1,000, Green noted. Green emphasized that pledges made now may be paid during the coming year on an Installment basis. Magnificent solitaires by Vendome . . . smoldering with an inner tawny glow . . . flashing fire with each movement of your hand. 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