The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 34
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 34

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 10, 1968
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C 1 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. Ill, 1'JtiH PIECES OF EIGHT -Belynda Harlow and Bobby McKagen are on KieN a treasure hunt. The SAY AAHHH - Looking into the situation, Debbie Wood all doesn't think this lion is so fierce. Leastwise, she's roaring right back at the furry rug. Gee, Dr. Deb, does it have any cavities? Slafl t'holoBv Ursula Srt'mynn treasure they seek is knowledge. They've 1 t A f 1 I m struck gold at this dis-nft play about a Spanish galleon that sunk with it's treasure off the coast of Florida. It's just one exhibit at the Science Museum and Planetarium. : I r- ird' ' OAs! A l'.hil'4Ul'4Jt.,J.,H'MUJt.MJlU.,,lWl"-I1 Monogrammed loweis v Planetarium Roots Deep The PIONEER Co. .5 f 210 Clematis Phone 833 8443 ! X- f Now It's Branching a Pat 'em on fAe Back! Nov. 11-17 holds its meeting at the Museum as does the Photography Club. A special darkroom has been constructed and equipped for the use of this club. With 38,000 persons and additional 23,000 school children visiting the Museum last year and increasingly cramped quarters, the Museum has launched a Capital Improvement Fund Drive. Hopeful of adding 10,000 square feet of exhibit space, classrooms, and laboratories, $55,000 must be raised by July, 1969, in order to match funds pledged by a local foundation. UP ,' ! V " D "H -1 YOUTH In addition to the Guild members' regular placements at the Museum, a campaign brunch and fashion extravaganza entitled the Fete du Soldi is produced each year for the sole benefit of the Museum. These funds are a necessary and integral part of the operation of the Museum. The Museum is constantly adding new and interesting exhibits to enhance its educational value. Since more than 23,000 students visited the Museum last year, it is a continuing goal to keep the exhibits Interesting to adults and at the same time beautiful and eyecatching for children. Many organizations make use of the Museum's facilities. The Palm Beach County Shell Club and the Aquarium Society have put together successful exhibits at the Museum, and these groups will each equip a 50 gallon aquarium for a permanent Museum exhibit. The groups will also service and maintain these exhibits. Other groups who have used these excellent facilities are the Gem and Mineral Society, the Dreher Park Rocket Society, the Astronomy Club of the Palm Beaches, and many-more. The Shell Club also 1 SIMON'S APPRECIATION VJEEU SPONSORED BY OPTIMIST CLUBS a stare By NANCY GODWIN Special To The Post-Times Most museums are interesting, many-faceted centers. A great deal of time, energy, imagination, and finances must flow to keep them that way. The Science Museum and Planetarium of Palm Beach County Is no exception. With a new planetarium director, Mr. W. S. Kals, to aid him, museum director Mr. E. D. Onstott is furthering our Science Museum. Mr. Kals will be seen lecturing, researching and writing new shows, and designing audiovisual effects. From hits and pieces of everyday materials these ingenious two have constructed numerous special effects projectors (or the planetarium shows. From cardboard tubing, lenses, small motors, and metal solder have come pieces of equipment to project onto the dome of the planetarium realistic sunrises, tumbling asteroids, and other effects. Mrs. E. D. Onstott, a Science Museum Guild member, has contributed hundreds of hours of artwork creating the necessary color transparencies. Members of the Guild of the Science Museum and Planetarium contribute countless hours to the operation and improvement of the museum. These ladies volunteer their time to guide schoolchildren around the museum, give lectures to school groups in the planetarium, sell educational items and souvenirs of the museum in the shop, create and maintain exhibits ( taking a bit of the load from exhibits director (Jack Schmidt and staff worker Mrs. Ray Gross), create and organize educational suitcase exhibits which go to the schools at no cost, and perform countless other services to the Museum. for Children i 2lt CleeMtb SI. A 4Uffff Weil Um leach NEW SPACESHIP? No, it's a projector at the Science Museum and Planetarium. It projects images of stars, planets, falling asteroids and such onto the dome of the planetarium. Museum Guide Young J JNTQUES jVll I OFIONOON Mi Vi 313 Peruvian Ave MM: "TV 1 The Moit fuelling Antique JL Shop in Palm Beach '1 FRESNAY, France (WN'S) Marie Bernadette Chev-reau, only five years old, Is the youngest muesum guide In SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT France. She substitutes for her father at the Chateau de Fresnay when he is busy with his wine business. "My daughter has a better memory than I do," admitted Henri Chev-reau. "She learned the profession by following me, and it got a bit embarrassing when she began to correct my facts." Marie Bernadette added that she also gets better tips from the visitors. Want beautiful custom draperies at your windows for the holidays? Still enough time if you call Pioneer, now! AND LADIES DEN WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY NOV. 1 1th & NOV. 12th TO PREPARE FOR THEIR . . . GRAND OPENING - 12th ANNIVERSARY Take 2 minutes out of your busy day and dial. C BEAU TV SA3LON J 833-8443 txttnuon 7 -r-wiMHii imng woe Y Then relax - Let Pioneer's decorators come to you . . . Get skilled decorating advice . . . JsN YOU AKE INVITKD TO ATTEND THIS SPECIAL EVENT ... DOORS OPEN PROMPTLY AT 9 A.M. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13TII. Slore hours: Wed. 9 lo 9 P.M. Thurs. 9 lo 9 Fri. 9 fo 9. 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