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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 20

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20 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Xov. 9, 1968 tonite jimmy HAINES MUSIC BY! BOBEWWRIGHT Ifouth Beat? THE NATIONAL JtfPORT ON WHAT'S HAPPENING cafeterias 7925 S. Dixie. W.P.B SPECIAL PALM COAST PLAZA Veteran's Day Sunday, Nofimber 10 11:30 KM. - 2:30 P.N. 4 P.M. - 6 PJi. Golden Brown Barbecued Chicken with all The Trimmings Palm Bravh Post o. 12 AMERICA I. KG ION 625 Okeechobee Blvd. Public Invited TODAY ODAYS CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK Complete Dinner Q 1 2 Veg. Solod Roll & Butter I 7 Desjert CoHee or Ten " m ' 17 Drop in for a steak dinner. ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY NOW I COOKED THE WAY YOU WANT IT! I Under two bucks at Pit 222 ION N. CONGRESS PALM SPRINGS Pit 221 U.S. HIGHWAY Dil I NORTH LAKE ILVD. NORTH PALM IEACH 0. J". AL JOLSON to JAMES BROWN Q also featuring 3 SHOWS NIGHTLY f. , PATTY DAVIS 9-11-1 TALENT AUDITIONS SUN. NITE (jsmStiiiiiHiiii JT" 1 Capt. Floyd Majors' n St in the SEAVIEW HOTEL . SINGER ISLAND BOND SIRLOIN PIT. PTK !" -XXXWXXXITTTTTTT ! 8 A E& MM" CLUB Q 87 ACROSS FROM i igx&g5 fere fey w Sfrjftyqkffr wt pim B.och ij I m FASHION?" The braslip is-making news and sales noise. "Jurisdictional" fight in the making. Will it be manufactured by ready-to-wear makers or the bra people? Bra makers point to dearth of suitable styles for women 21 and over attributing the debacle to "today's youthquake." Surveys point out that an Interesting by-product of RTW fashions' failure is the huge increase In home sewing. LOAN GROANS: First guaranteed college student loan was In Massachusetts in 1957. Growth has now reached $-135 million a year. Will soon top $1 billion. Most loans are on a nonprofit basis, some at a loss. Student "activists" should take a close look at this version of big business. Many of the loud-mouthed protest types aren't aware of the program. The loans are usually made on a local basis by a bank, savings and loan or credit union. The borrower repays on an installation basis after leaving school. In the event of a default, the United States Aid Fund antes up the unpaid portion of the loan. Protest anyone? Under the surface whitecaps a lot of deep water is In motion. The Establishment in this case has Its money where the activists have their mouths! "HAIROGLYPHICS": A recent survey invited girls to send In actual locks of hair for analysis. Titled "Halrogly-phics," the implied interest was "Do blondes really have more fun?" Ninety-six per cent of the respondents were between 13 and 17 years of age. Over 80 per cent (81.4 per cent) do not color their hair. More than 43 per cent said they were satis-fled with present color. Over 57 per cent said no. Sixty-five per cent use cream rinses regularly. Sixty per cent use hair sprays. "Lacking shine" (54.5 per cent) is the most identifiable problem. "Dry, split ends" Is a close second, followed by "hair that tangles when wet" and "lacking body." The respondents were 40 per cent brown and 15 per cent brunette for a total of 55 per cent dark. Thirty per cent were blond (natural or induced) and the remaining 4 per cent were red, red, red ! Skin problems of the surveyed group were hung up on a dead heat betwixt oiliness and pimples-blemishes. AMERICAN ITALIAN & RESTAURANT in hi i:soi i: vs. not k i omi.ii t EARL SHERI VAN (f BENET Bark by Papular Demand ikiv.i v ii v ill iu.i:sn i: skits 11.1 K "GEORGE & GWEN" ROCK N ROLL SOUL BABIES Hiid "THE APOLLO MYTH" hhst mum snow n ::m p.m. LOU TRA5PORT AT THE FAMOUS CAMELOT MOTOR LODGE 1000 U.S. 1 NORTH PALM BEACH 842-9123 FRI. SAT. SUN. SPECIAL iMii.nnrwB:fi."Mi".'iiian By ROBERT MACLEOD Editor, 'Teen Magazine NICKEL NOTHING? The five-cent candy bar is a relic of the generation "bridge." Cost pressures on the economy have literally eaten up the old nickel candy bar. The Milky Way Is no more (at five-cents that Is! ). The Mars Company (Milky Way) is now a 10-cent package. Hershey Foods (Good old Hershey Bars) has not given up on the five-cent price but the bar Is slipping away in another way. Weight is the clue. As recently as 1966 candy people got a full ounce of chocolate. This In Itself is remarkable. (The Hershey Bar now is three-quarters of an ounce.) Manufacturing costs have soared. The cost of coco beans has skyrocketed. Interestingly enough, the cost-of-beans increase Is not due to political upheaval as much as to ruinous rains In Africa. Chocolate lovers, just wait! The 10-cent bar is here! If political lines Intersect (in Africa) with crop volume . , . look out. Even advertising-shy Hershey Corp. will be looking for ways to put teeth into what was once a sweet-tooth market. KIDNAP INSURANCE: Several prominent teen-age musicians have taken out "unusual risk" Insurance with Lloyds of London. It Is known as "directors and officers liability." The policy lists only the insured person's name, age and address. The average rating is one per cent per 1,000. Whoever tries to kidnap Tiny you-know-who or Mama-don't guess will find It not necessarily insured, but a big job never-and-none-the-less! ! ! ! OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY: Therapy for the economy, not just the work force! Community colleges (junior colleges) badly needed to take occupational education beyond high school level. Bound to come. Self-employed and tradesmen generally demand business "tools" as well as occupational skills. Community colleges are pumping away on a great growth program. They are a key to tomorrow, offering degrees in fields as specialized and diverse as restaurant management, real estate, food service supervision, fash-Ion buying and merchandising, air conditioning, refrigeration, narcotics and . . abuse and federal aviation administration, including traffic control. "HOTTEST NEW ITEM IN DM 345 FULL COURSE DINNER Baked Boneless chicken breast par-meson, antipasto, garlic bread, minestrone soup, side spaghetti, beverage, Italian lemon, ke wine cordial. I 11 1 I yZT'K -fllj iKvi f FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE II III "DCDDE" THE STROLLING ITALIAN I' III "jirTMMffLBIEni'fci1 rtrrC mandolin soloisti ii iHr n ?!" !-i i fri'iiyirijT p S SIS 21 ffp u) i ,heSans Souci Hotel 350 S. Ocean Blvd. in the heart of Palm Beach Invites You To Try Our FABULOUS BUFFET LUNCHEONS Served Daily 11:30 AM To 2:30 PM $2" Supervision Noted Palm Beach Chef John Bennet Why Not Rendezvo'ts At The New FLAMBOYANT SUPPER CLUB & LOUNGE RALPH STRAIN AT THE PIANO Superb gourmet cuisine Succulent lobster toils Steaks supreme Dinner urv.d 6 to 11 p.m. Loung. 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 Rttervatiom and Catering Call Mr. Duhon 833-9701 FULL COURSE DINNERS in addition to our regular Gourmet Menu LrVTfflimH THURSDAYS "Suppentopf" Boiled Beef and Chicken-ln-pot I P 1 7niP.laTir J I WEDNESDAYS -JfTfTffipl I Corned Beef and Cabbage 0 nTTTTF:K'K.lLll I I (Complimentary Beerl Cigarette Tax Take Totals $8.2 Million IIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIN ' SITTING ,ON THJ ,h my EA Ve h1' my the bU. Horse Radish Sauce FRIDAYS Bouilliabaise Marseillaise SATURDAYS "Hawaiian Pineapple Bouquet" Stuffed with Jumbo Shrimp and Lobster Tail on bed of Braised Rice telephone 833-5761 for reservations in the KEYBOARD ROOM of the 83; Pulm Beach, $5,594.10; Te-questa, $5,479.08; Palm Springs, $5,284.49. Fort Pierce, $34,642.36; Vero Beach, $21,230.04; Okeechobee, $8,283.67; Pahokee, $4,337.96; Labelle, $2,953.78; Fellsmere, $1,106.04. Atlantis, $283.44; Golf-view, $66.20; Glen Ridge, $66.72; Golf, $34.86; Green-acres City, $601.53; Jupiter Island, none; Lake Clarke Shores, $6.21; Manalapan, $34.44; Ocean Ridge, $157.33; Palm Beach Shores, $408.30; University Park, $53.07. " l-VE- 44 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach . to open EVr Deliciou .tiU manaf p M. and dinner from wiNG at 6-Jr I i a Carte U"", or o-nlete and A - (upPf'i!e0 (6 Cigarette tax revenue to be distributed this month by the State Beverage Department total $8,241,295.25, an increase of $4.1,000 over last month and up 75 per cent from a year ago, according to Don. D. Meiklejohn, director. Sum to be paid counties and cities in this area are: Palm Beach County, S85.073.85; Martin County, $12,779.07; St. Lucie County, Sll.7ti6.71; Highlands County, $7,4.15.41; Okeechobee County, $5,284.75; Indian River County, $3,723.33; Hendry County, $3,413.46; Glades County, $1,645.41. West Palm Beach, $82,903.66; Buca Raton, $22,959.95; Lake Worth, $20,615.57; Delray Beach, $17,153.16; Boynton Beach, $15,082.61; Lan'tana, $11,844.-10; Belle Glade, $16,568.27; Palm Beach Gardens, $6,411.- .re tor 1-25 Z a ' V,' , (1 mean ,hira . haM r-wtlv Bar t' of Take the whole family for BP l III lllllltl III El i Z 'who diWVSr election """- ..., SUNDAY BRUNCH ""eat'. For Lunch or Dinner, choice of : at JUNIORS on the Palm Beach mall from 10 A.M. 'til 2 P.M. emy Sunday Takes Hefund BUTLER, Mo. (AP) Floyd Dunham, unsuccessful candidate for election as Bates County sheriff, didn't lose everything. He heard about an ofler made before the election by Bob Gunn, Adrian, Mo., publisher and printer. Gunn offered to refund a portion of campaign printing costs to unsuccessful political candidates. Dunham applied for a refund and got It $3.50. YOUR ESE . vmm V Acr0, .l. pier ROOFTOP DINING UNDER THE CANOPY 1 - li . fa ouW " V blt$"B'ach hi A seafood feast ! Includes shrimp, oyster, clams, lobster tail, smelt, crab claw, red snapper, scallops. Served with French Fries or Baked Potato, Onion Ring, Hush Puppy, Corn Fritter, Cole Slaw. ' BEACH SHORES Choose from seven different, excitingly delicious brunch entrees such as Nova Scotia Salmon, Eggs with Ham and Bacon, Steak and Eggs... Served with juices or melon, basket of assorted rolls and Juniors' famous butter-rich Danish pastries, blueberry muffins, apple-crumb cake with cream cheese and fruit jams and a bottomless pot of steaming hot coffee. Miosis Iff mihi i out innruirr compliti AtL2 LOUNGE AND BAR, FIMEST CL'ISISE . . . IREAXFAST LUNCHEON DINNER RESERVATIONS: PH. 844-0233 235 CBMBBIK0 I COMPLEX OF FINE RESTAURANTS i Delicious medley of favorities ! Red snapper, swordfish and mackerel, broiled in butter. Served with Baked Potato, Hush Puppy, Corn Fritter, Cole Slaw. BEACH CLUB Captain's Cabin Tavern on the Greene Coffee ShoppeaThe Wharf Publick House J n ..every timily that a comes to Brunch tahei home i ba full of Junior!' famous pastries ? -absolutely FREE ! I PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. AT 1-95 sV OPPOSITE THE PALM BEACH MALL i ...and serving our complete Sunday Dinner Specials from J2.90 up. ..after 2 P.M. CAPTAttfS CABIN Out well stocked bars dispense drinks with lavish care PRESENTS FRIDAY NITE "SOMEWHERE ABOVE" 9 P.M. TILL 2 A.M. SATURDAY NITE 9 P.M. TILL 2 A.M. "8th MY" AND SUNDAY JAM SESSION . . . 4 P.M. TILL 9 P.M. SINGER ISLAND rv trim Enjoy a bit of tht Bowl and Mug in our authentic Pub SUNDAY 2 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. Mon. thru Thurs.l 1 a.m. 'til 1 a.m. Fri. and Sail 1 a.m. 'til 2 a.m. BANQUET FACILITIES ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Ship Captain's Bullet Luncheon. 1 1:45 to 2 PM. except Sunday Lunch and Dinner 7 Days West Palm Beoch-7400 S. Dixie Hwy.-S82-S822 North Palm Beach-661 U.S. Hwy. 1-848-5245 Boca Raton-1701 N. Federal Hwy.-395-8181 Also in Perrine, Coral Gobies, Miami, North Miami, Dania, Ft. Lauderdale South, Ft. Lauderdale North, Pompano Beach, Sarasota, St. Petersburg. Orlando (Maitland), Cocoa Beach Fin Dining in the Matter'! Cabin Setting of proud ship of the line TIES AND JACKETS FOR THE MEN Dinner Service 5 P.M. 'til 11 P.M. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 683-0807 or 683-1678 RESTAURANT ntt LOUNGE Palm Beach Mall 12th St. and Interstate 95 West Palm Beach Also m Miami Miami Beach Sunny Isles Coral Gables

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