The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 147
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 147

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 K3 v T -5 EH rlTK : . CP1 km- 'I I'll H r IT51' "Tl 1 ," i - " !..-,.Tr-, ., ill F i) im .i .in iii. iij f ' mii'i I J "-" f -if ''Tii'iff ir i mi 3 -LHAateMh4aMaiutMiiMteMwaMMMMi' hmmbbb i 1 ' US " SUll Pholo by DveTlham) A ....... """lo r -i I, .it . campus, students know instantly when classes are filled plus learn of other registration developments. The application of closed-circuit television in this manner is believed to have been a first for at least south Florida. Programming originates from the television production view. Adjacent to the library is the television-radio production center from where emanate student-study productions. COMPUTERIZED LIBRARY The five-story computerized library at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton offers an eye-appealing REGISTRATION CENTRAL - With David Ross, left, and William Archer the anchormen, televised updates of information pertaining to registration at Florida Atlantic University makes the arduous chore of signing up for classes somewhat easier. With television sets located in strategic registration areas around NEED NEW FLOORS? griffin's Southern Blvd. at laic Av. 832-7561 Free Estimates Higher Education At Its Best tarita RIVIERA GROVES AND PACKING HOUSE 28th & U.S. fjfl Riviera Beach ASTtqUES OF IONDON 313 Peruvian Ava II V ... r-TAKLG OIIUEHS I Oll-i By DAVETATHAM BOCA RATON It doesn't take much talking to sell a prospective upper-class student on the advantages of enrolling at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. For openers, it's located a THANKSGIVING DELIVF.KV "SHIPPING DAILY" Tht Moit Eicittng Antique m marily a commuter school. Over one-third of the 10,424 students who have attended at one time or another have transferred from nearby junior colleges. Like the other seven universities in the state, FAU operates on the quarter system. Tuition for Florida students Is $125 per quarter. Board works out to about $10 a week. Meals cost between $12.75 to $14 a week. Shop in Palm Beach 1 quick two miles west of the ocean beaches, midway between the fun cities of Ft. Lau-derdale and West Palm Beach. The surfing's great. Secondly, the dally sunshine and average annual temperature of over 70 is great for suntans. Thirdly, the university Is located on a vast 1,200 acre primarily undeveloped former air force base meaning there is plenty of parking space. And there's lots of night life. Fourth, and most important, FAU offers excellent scholastic opportunities and facilities. FAU is the first among upper-divisions universities in the nation. Students must have completed their freshman and sophomore year, with one exception, to enroll. That exception is a select group of 22 1968 high school graduates who tions by depressing one of five buttons mounted within the top of specially wired desks. A large collection of feature-length films and tapes covering a multitude of educational subjects are-available for student study on individual projectors and recorders in the library Independent Study Center. Wall-mounted television sets within many of the classrooms and some of the dormitories is another student aid feature at FAU. Programs are fed from an expensively-equipped television-radio production center. Still another behind-the-scenes feature Is the complex computerized library system. Books checked In and out of the five-story building are recorded by computer. FAU has dormitory space to accommodate 675 students although the university is pri INDIAN KIVI'K NAVEL ORANGES - JUICE ORANGES PINK & WHITE GRAPEFRUIT PHONE 844-0770 OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS BILL BROWN'S WORLD WIDE TRAVEL CENTER SPECIALIZING IN FOREIGN TRAVEL CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? phone T0MASELL0 585-2551 Write for Brochure re AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ALL AIRLINES STEAMSHIP! TOURS CRUISE h Beach Li .0. BOX 10605 Riviera "ask the man who's been there" '"'' loicjt Sttimihii Iim Wholesale-Retail-Fruit for Home Use 6614 South Dili Highway Watt Palm Baaeh Phona 685-5541 have qualified for a special three-year degree program on merits of an aptitude test each has passed. The university, which has a fall enrollment of about 5,000 students, Is made up of five colleges business and public administration, education, humanities, science and social science. A bachelor's degree within the college of science Is also offered in ocean engineering at FAU the only such program in the United States. Over 100 students are presently enrolled in the highly-technical program. Professor and chairman of the department, Charles R. Stephan, reports the 27 graduates of the program are just about 100 per cent employed in ocean engineering work and earning between $8,700 and $11,500 per year. In addition to the rapidly-expanding graduate program, master's degrees are offered In 12 fields within the five colleges. Although just beginning its fourth year of operation, FAU Is already accredited by the Florida State Board of Education and Is a candidate for regional accreditation. In physical facilities, FAU Is oft referred to as "Hardware Harvard." Within the $15 million complex of buildings, separated by well-groomed lawns, graceful palm trees, are many unique and sophisticated student-aid devices. In constant use as a teaching and testing device in the department of history Is an EDEX system. A "central control" podium allows a professor to read the responses of students who react to ques- 'Key' Post President Harry S Truman maintained his "Little White House" on the grounds of the Naval Base at Key West. He also dedicated the Everglades National Park to the public's use in 1947. k few ff fbe ims Plir3d!a ,TE BEST fflUCHES W W1V nstamflsteiT; pi mmmjm pm. n rruv, Hialeah and jai alai. Miami and the Dolphins. Oranges and grapefruit. Cocoa Beach and Cape Kennedy. St Augustine and the Fountain of Youth. The reliable RL10 space engine and record-breaking J58 jet engine. Mr" 'Jit. A q7 We make the last two Remember! Our popular seafood Specials make dining varied and deliciously different all summer long. So modestly priced, too. ' you'll want to make it a special point to come by the New England Oyster House every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Grand eating . , . great value! ALL-DAY SPECIALS All served with French Fries or Baked Potato, Hush Puppy, Corn Fritter, Cole Slaw, Rolls and Butter. FISH FEAST Wonderful fresh fish in season. Broiled or fried to a golden crackling brown. All you care to eat. mm Here are some reasons why the Renault 10 keeps running and run ning and running: 4-wheeldiscbrakes.(Theones jthe racing cars use.) Disc brakes pn withstand heavy braking with out fade. ce of: IS LANGOSTINOS AU GRATIN BAR-B-Q SHRIMP Fresh shrimp simmered in Anti-corrosive dipping proc KING CRAB NEWBURG Plump pieces of King Crab. Baked in rich wine Newburg sauce. Gourmet Dining I our special barbecue sauce. .,N ' Tiny shellfish from Chile... look like shrimp, taste like lobster. Baked in special au Gratin sauce. Tempters I Served piping hot in casserole. Shrimply delicious I ess. Every Renault 10 gets itself dunked in an anti-corrosive solution. (Most cars get only a partial dip, and some don't even get their feet wet.) V ';L 5 main-bearing engine. 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