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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 8, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 8, 196839 OPE YEAR ROUMD AIR C0D1T10ED Grinding Of Sugar Cane Starts In Glades Area OKEECHOBEE DRIVE-IN DCCT A I ID A MT Aiun niKiiiLi- onMi mm ZSS4 OKEECHOBEE RD. PH. OV 3-9996 t OPEN DAILY 11 AM 'Til 2 AM SUN. 'Til 12 MIDNIGHT FAMOUS FOR CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS T-B0NE OR SIRLOIN STEAK 1 C CAT FISH & HUSH PUPPIES L ,4m J TERMITES? CALL TOMASELLO 585-2551 FO.R COMPLETE. PfST CONTROL StRVICI MEMBER Of THE NATIONAL HST CONTHOl ASSOCIATION All YOU CAN EAT 1.00 CHARCOAL BROILED T-B0NE OR SIR10N STEAK 2.25 BAR-B-QUED RIBS 175 - 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. ORIA 4D THE GAC the other area mills, according to Fairbanks, includes: Both U.S. Sugar Co. mills, at Clewiston and Bryant, Nov. 13; Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida, Belle Glade, Nov. 18; Osceola Farms, Inc., northeast of Pahokee, Nov. 18. Atlantic Sugar Association, southeast of Belle Glade Nov. 26, Florida Sugar Corp., east of Belle Glade, about Dec. 1, and the same date for the Talisman Sugar Corp., southwest of South Bav. ADVERTIsKMEM the Sans Souci Hotel NEED NEW FLOORS? call Women Suffer WITH BLADDER IRRITATION Common Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect twice as many women as men. olten causinc tenseness and nervousness trom Iroquent. burnlns, ltchlnK urination. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and have Headaches, Backaches and foel older, tired, depressed. In such cases. CYSTEX usually brines relaxiiK comfort by curbing germs In acl I urine, and casing pain. Get CYSTE . at druggists today. GRIFFIN FLOORING COMPANY '. N 1 vx -. I - V ! Mj 'li 'Vi" ' ''rrV,, ' . ."' Southern Blvd. at lake Ave. 832-7561 Free Estimates 350 S. Ocean Blvd. in the heart of Palm Beach Invites You To Try Our FABULOUS BUFFET LUNCHEONS Served Daily 1 1:30 AM To 2:30 PM Supervision Noted Palm Beach Chef John Bennet Why Not Rendezvous At The New FLAMBOYANT SUPPER CLUB & LOUNGE RALPH STRAIN AT THE PIANO SEAFOOD RESTAURANT FEATURES FRI. Mont- l.rab iraoon u ht-rr ami in I KIKI) SllimiP ih tartar sauce Sl.T, Phone - 8.12-518.1 Olive Ave. .1 Klafrjer Bridne Free Pirkine, Staff Photo by Lou Payne property upon which signs are placed are responsible for their removal. Technically, political signs should be taken down the day after election, according to the city code. TIME OF THE SIGNS The election is a thing of the past, but the political signs linger on. West Palm Beach Police Chief William M. Barnes noted that owners of the 151 I i; MA KLIN t NIGHT OWL RESTAURANT STEAKS SERVED NIGHTLY 8 P.M.-S A.M. EGGS jj. Cocktail lounge & Package Store open to 5 A.M. 7 Day A Week 1 101 N. DIXIE-LAKE WORTH Superb gourmet cuisine Succulent lobster tails Steaks supreme Dinner served 6 to 1 1 p.m. Lounge open 1 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. We also offer a Complete Catering Service for your WEDDING, PARTIES, BANQUETS, CLUBS, SOCIAL and CIVIC GATHERINGS For Reservations and Catering Call Mr. Duhon 833-9701 BylZ NAC'HM.VN Glades Bureau Chief MOORE HAVEN The sugar cane industry, which annually adds many thousands of dollars to the economy of the Glades area, was officially underway at 1 p.m. Wednesday, when the Glades County Sugar Growers Co-operative mill, located east of the city limits on highwav 27, cranked off. Luis de Armas, general manager of the only sugar factory in Glades County, said the first day's operation was routine as he reported grinding about 4.000 tons of cane. Additional activity was reported at the Okeeianta division mill of the South Puerto Rico Sugar Co. Thursday. One of the oldest mills in the area, it began operations at 7 a.m., Thursday. It is located southwest of South Bay off Highway 27. There was no estimate of the cane expected to be ground during the first 24 hours of operation. Nelson Fairbanks, general manager of the Florida Sugar Cane League, in Clewiston, said there are indications the nine mills located in Palm Beach, Hendry and Glades counties may be geared for a second consecutive record-breaking year. The sugar cane, which escaped major storm damage, again is expected to produce a record number of tons of raw sugar, unless a severe freeze strikes the Lake Okeechobee area. Last year, Fairbanks said, 717,272 tons of raw sugar were produced from 6,542,451 tons of cane. The 10.23 per cent yield was the highest ever recorded by the Florida industry. At present, 188,000 acres in the immediate area are growing cane, Fairbanks said, for both sugar and seed. Due to a cutback ordered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, there is 5 per cent less acreage devoted to producing raw sugar this season, compared to the past year. The USDA has also ordered a 15 per cent cutback in acreage for 1969 crop, according to a recent announcement from Washington. As the new crop is being processed, Fairbanks said, there are 70,000 tons now in storage at the various mills. Even with the cutback, the sugar cane league spokesman said, the improved methods of farming and the better grades of sugar cane being grown, should produce almost as much raw sugar as last year. The 1968 quota for raw sugar sales in Florida was 631,000 tons. Fairbanks estimated the new harvest, plus what is in storage, will result in approximately 3011,000 tons of the product being in warehouses Jan.l. ' Tentative starting dates for Political Posters Still Cluster Sections Of City LYON-MCKEL CAFETERIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Beach since 19S0 luncheon Specials daily except Sunday J (Dinner only) (Dinner only) (Dinner only) Shrimp Newberg on Rice Fried Red Snapper Stewed Chicken, Rice 2 OLD FASHIONED SPARE RIBS $ PIT BARBEQUE PQRK Of BEEF the signs in certain size categories the day after election and that it holds responsible for the removal owners of the property or parties to whom they have leased it. The candidates themselves have no responsibility for re- Scattered clusters of signs of candidates tor political offices arc not Kr,inK unnoticed in West Palm Beach, Police Chief William M. Barnes said Thursday. The chief noted that the city code provides for removal of 1 1:30 A.M. to 2: IS P.M. - 4: 30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Daily and Sunday FRESH FLA. LOBSTER FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP SCALLOPS AND DEVILED (RABS ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BFEF SOUTHERN FRIED or BBO CHICKEN DELRAY HEIDELBERG A 017 OPEN 0ELM0NIC0 STEAKS $3.75 FILET MIGNON $2.95 featuring our famous good food War I Southern Unit Sets PBS Reunion ..nn.n Jn,fin, rnmnlt Cm,,. 5-9 PM AmtiKoiT menu Al Olten, youi host and M(. For Reservations: 278-0755 OPEN DAILY 11-2 P.M. SERVING South Federal Highway Delray Beach "IT'S A BAU-YOU'lL IOVE IT!" PALM BKACH SHORKS -The southern division of a World War 1 company, its ranks reduced to only .'i.'i survivors will hold its lioth reunion at Palm Beach Shores Sunday night. MEALS OR SANDWICHES THE SWINGING SOUNDS OF BILL CLARK AT THE HAMMOND WITH THE SCINTILLATING SONG STYLING OF DICK SCOTT FRI-SAT NITE DINNER MUSIC 8 P M. TILL HOTCH HILLIARD OWNER NOW OPEN! 842-245 1 RANCHOw TODAY'S SPECIAL LUNCH-DINNER W MILE NORTH Of BLUE HERON - 8?61 N. MILITARY TRAIL ROAST LAMB Over Corn Bread Dressing WE PREPARE ORDERS . . . FOK lAKt OUT .i ir i mv 1 TmTT Visit Our Unusual COCKTAIL LOUNGE Open 1 1 A.M. to 8 P.M. Car Trouble Trick Nets Only $17 BKU.E GLADK A holdup man and his female companion are being sought here after the armed robbery Thursday of I.eroy Dean, ".'!, of 17 Depot St., Pahokee, a Uuck driver. The victim reported stopping his vehicle on the Brown Farm Road near the entrance to the farm on the Shawano Village Road when he saw a parked car with the hood raised. Dean said he stopped and asked if he could help and the tall holdup man said he could. AftCi Dean walked to the parked auo, the man displayed a weapon and asked fnt the money from his wallet. Dean said he had no money and showed his empty wallet. The Thief then told Dean to take the money he had in his pockets and place it on the front ol the vehicle. The truck driver said he had $17, which he put on the front bumper and then walked down the road in a southerly direction as the couple entered their car when" another couple was seated. Wins Ovation UNITED NATION'S, N.Y. (AP) Foriegn Minister Km-ilio Arenales of Guatemala received a standing ovation Thursday when he resumed his duties as president of the 126-nation General Assembly following surgery for removal ofabraintumor6ct.22. "My recovery has been rapid and completely satisfactory," he responded. (formerly George Washington Hotel) Daily Dinner SPECIALS Sat. Nov. 9 German Veal Cutlet Sun. Nov. 10 R0ast Cornish Hen Mon. Nov. 1 1 Veal-Cordon Bleu Tues. Nov. 12 Roast Prime Ribs of Beef Wed. Nov. 13 Chicken A la Kiev Thurs. Nov. 14 Stuffed Bavarian Cabbage Fri. Nov. 15 Shrimp A la Newburg ALSO Roast Beef every night, in addition to the obove specials. 1 CAFETERIA - SERVING HOURS 1 1 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. and 4-7:30 P.M. 922 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth moval of their placards, Barnes said. "But we've noticed some of them have been removing their signs," the chief said. The code says the city building official Art Rehm, is the man bearing the most responsibility for enforcing the removal of the posted literature, which abounds on vacant lots, unused service stations and otherprivale property. Under provisions of the city ordinance, Rehm is required to notify by mail owners of the misused property. Then, if the owners do not remove the signs within 10 days, Rehm "shall" (not "may") order them removed at the expense of the owners. However, Rehm was not taking any action on the matter Thursday; he was away on vacation. Barnes said the city seldom, if ever, has pressed the issue, largely because many of the property owners do not even know their property was used. "They're out of the city and have no knowledge of it," the chief said. Barnes, who himself holds an elective office, said even the candidates may not be aware of where their signs are irritating the public eye. Supporters of the candidates usually take the signs out and erect them but keep no records to show where to return to correct the situation the day after election, the chief said. Is this a "good year" for signs? "I've never seen so many of them!" Barnes said. "There are signs on top of signs!" What happened, he explained, is that some workers used heavy wooden framework for their signs, then other workers came along and used that framework as a base of their own! The situation is worse outside the city, Barnes said. "I've seen men using ladders to put signs high up in pine trees," he said, and it probably will lake bad weather to remove them. The chief said he personally does not use signs when he is running for office. "I think they irritate too many people," he said. Sometimes, Barnes added, adversaries of politicians post their opponents' signs in areas certain to produce friction. Bumper stickers especially lend themselves to such use, he said. "I once found one of my own bumper stickers on a synagogue door," he said. Investigating, Bames said, he found the situation was worse than he had expected because the person who had posted it had varnished both the front and the back. "It was very hard to get off," he said. Often, the chief said, candidates pay for materials that do not get used because of political sabotage. "A man once took out a big bundle of my bumper stickers to distribute, and a friend of mine followed him to see what he would do with them," the chief recalled. "He took them down an alley and threw them Into a trash can!" Signs can get similar treatment, Bames said, but they did not this year, apparently. What happened to them? Why, they were erected on most of the vacant lots or plastered on most of the vacant buildings! Ten of the surviving doughboys of Company H of the 3rd Regiment, New Jersey National Guard, will be attending from all parts of Florida as well as New Jersey. Jay C. Pridham of Palm Beach Shores is in charge of the reunion. The golden jubilee will be a special affair, Pridham said, with sessions at his Palm Beach Shores home before and after the banquet which is scheduled at 7 p.m. at the Colonnades Beach Hotel. After the banquet, there will be telephone conversations with buddies who will be holding a similar affair at Asburv Park. Pridham said the unit was federalized July 22, 1917, trained at Sea Girt, N.J., and Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala., where the men were grouped with the 29th (Blue and Grey ) Division. Shipped to France, they saw action on several fronts, including the Meuso-Argonne. Reunions were started after their return and have been continued annually since. Many of the Co. "H" men migrated to Florida and several years ago it was decided to form a Southern Division and hold similar reunions down here. The II) survivors expected to attend and their wives: are: Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Mat-tier- of Asburv Park; Mr. and Mrs. William R. Reed of Brielle, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Giles of Bjynton Beach, Mr. and Mrs. James Scott of Seminole, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Leigh of De Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gardner of Tequesta, Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Kruser and Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Shinn ol Riviera Beach, Harry C. Har sin of St. Petersburg, Mr. anc Mrs. Jay C. Pridham of Pain-Beach Shores, and Sheldon iDukei DcBaun, honorary member, and wife of St. Petersburg. Also, Fdward Hollopeter of New Port Richey, a replacement of the unit, and his wife; Mrs. Joseph Vaugnn and Mrs. Warren Stephens of West Palm Beach, Mrs. Ernest Je-minson of Miami, Mrs. Virginia Pode of Denmark, S.C., and William Regan of Riviera Beach. ROOF TOP DINING UNDER THE CANOPY INCLUDES CHOICE OF APPETIZER, POTATO, $ VEGETABLE, SALAD, DESSERT and BEVERAGE! 2.95 AMERICAN ITALIAN PALM 5f" h .jKfACH SHORES I'l.hM Y OF fff,'K l'AHKI(, D IY AM) M(.lll RESTAURANT LOU TRASPORT AT THE FAMOUS Captam'i. Tabie Dining liiiom t P.M. Daily 12 Mt te 9 P.M. Swday OPEN All DAT SUNDAY .M MAMA LOUS LOOKOUT 32 L0UN6E AND BAR hesi a u . . . BREAKFAST IUNCHE0N DINNER SPECIAL Al l. DKINKS Vi PRICE 5 to 6 P.M. Daily Hot A (.uiil Hon d' huvrr. Served U lth all (.tn ktath CAMELOT MOTOR LODGE 1000 U.S. 1 NORTH PALM BEACH 842-9123 FRI. SAT. SUN. SPECIAL FULL COURSE RESERVATIONS: PH. 844-0233 MARINA INN ' W Flagler Drive at 1st St. . . . West Palm Beach Nyman's 345 DINNER Baked Boneless chicken breast par-me son, onttpasto, garlic bread, minestrone soup, side spaghetti, bever hoi se ok i'kimk ribs and SEAFOOD TRY OUR NEW PARKING LOT! age, Italian lemon, ice wine cordial. ALSO STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOODS CHICKEN FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE 732-9741 CHEF CHARLES OF THE TOWERS presents his special vommand 1905 South Federal Hwy. "PEPPE" THE STROLLING ITALIAN MANDOLIN SOLOIST! Boynlon Beach $4 wormance FULL COURSE DINNERS Qualifying Ends Today STUART -Qualifving deadline for the City of Stuart commission races is " p.m. today at City Hall, according to acting city manager Kdwin CJlas-scock. City Mall will be closed Monday in observance of Veterans Dav, but Glasscock said the City Commission will meet Monday night, its regular meeting date. It was also pointed out bv (Jlasscock that voter registration of the Nov. l!t fit v prima-rv and Dec. Id election is held at City Hall. The final day for voters to register is Nov. 21. Candidates who have filed (ualilving papers for the election are: (roup 1 Incumbent Dan McClure, Walter Robinson, Kenneth Stimmcll, Charles K istcr and (Jeorge Muss. Croup 2 Incumbent Kay ('"nke and John X. Mann. Focus Y) To Discuss County Commission The Palm Beach County Commission and its operation will be discussed today at 10:30 p.m. on "Focus '68," a Channel 12 television program. The Governmental Study Commission's report will be discussed by Commission chairman E. F. Van Kessel, Commissioners Dan Gaynor and E. W. (Bud) Weaver and Palm Beach County Development Board Executive Director PaulThompson., in addition to our regular Gourmet Menu COMPLEX OF FINE RESTAURANTS i GreenCoffee ShoppeaThe Wharf Publick House Captain's Cabin "Tavern on the WEDNESDAYS Corned Beef and Cabbage (Complimentary Beerl THURSDAYS "Supoentopf" Boiled Beef and Chicken-in-pot Horse Radish Sauce 95a(tej ;CfPC6ITE THE PALM BEACH MALL PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. AT I- CAPTAINS CABIN Pre-Scntcnt'e Probe Ordered STUART An East Stuart woman, who was charged with manslaughter pleaded guilty to aggravated assault Thursday in Circuit Court here and Judge C. Pfeiffer Trowbridge set sentencing for Dec. 18. Judge Trowbridge also ordered pre-sentencing for Annie Ruth Brown, 36, of 711 East Avenue, Stuart. She Is free under $1,000 bond, according to the sheriff's office. She was charged in connection with the death of Thomas Hawkins, 3-1. of Cherokee Motel, Stuart. Officers found Hawkins lying in some bushes in the back yard of the East Avenue Address on Aug. 4. The victim had been stabbed in the chest with an Ice pick, according to investigating officers. i s .ontht FRIDAYS Bouilliabaise Marseillaise SATURDAYS "Hawaiian Pineapple Bouquet" Stuffed with Jumbo Shrimp and Lobster Tall on bed of Braised Rice telephone 833-5761 for reservations in the KEYBOARD ROOM of the 44 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach toreen Enjoy bit of tha Bowl and Mug in our authentic Pub SUNDAY 2 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. Mon. thru Thurs.ll a.m.'til 1a.m. Fri.and Saul 1 a.m. 'til 2 a.m. BANQUET FACILITIES Seeks Divorce LOS ANGELES (AP) - August Belmont V, heir of a prominent New York family, was sued for divorce Tuesday. His wife Anne Marie Wilson Belmont, 26, said she and her 29 year-old husband separated last October 2b. The suit alleged extreme cruelty. The couple married Dec. 29, 1962, in Los Angeles and have two sons August VI 5, and William, 3. Fin Dining in th Master's Cabin Setting of I proud ship of tha line TIES AND JACKETS FOR THE MEN Dinner Service 5 P.M. 'til 11 P.M. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 683-0807 or 683-1678 ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTEO

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