The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 13, 1968 · Page 5
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November 13, 1968

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 5

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Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 1968 5 K' 1 LE DOME OF THE FOUR SEASONS is ' t. WW "Distinctive Dining in America" S-STAR MOBIL GUIDE o AWARD HOLIDAY MAGAZINE AWARD Continued From Page 4 the Boca Raton Sun and Surf Club grounds and other extensive parcels of land in Boca, at Miami Beach, etc. They do . . . For many years, since selling the Boca Raton Club and Hotel to the late aluminum magnate, Arthur Vining Davis, Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine have made their Florida home at their estate on Spanish River Road in Boca, where they again will be in residence this coming season. Matter of fact, you could almost say Mr. Schine is "in residence" right now, since, If that great storm up north had not abated by last evening, Mr. Schine planned to stay on in Boca, returning to his New York office later this week. . . Well known owner of the resortwear-for-men shops which bear his name (at Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Bay Head, N.J., etc.) Paul Mull of Delray last week sold an exclusive strip of inland waterway property opposite Gulf Stream for a round half-million, and that's a mighty nice neighborhood in which to go around. Mull will retain his interests in other Delray Beach property nearby . . . What interests us most about the Mull property sale is that the new purchasers don't plan to do anything with the land right now or even soon. They merely purchased it because it is covered with uncultivated Florida trees and verdure and looks so attractive from their present residence across the waterway. And the William K. Archers, Senior and Junior, are planning yet more new building and expansion of their multimillion-dollar Royal Palm Shopping Plaza at Boca Raton. A several-stories-hlgh new office complex at the Plaza already Is on the drawing boards; and we do hear tell nearby vacant properties might eventually come into the Plaza group, thus expanding the perimeter of the showplace shopping center. . . And have you heard that Boca Raton's developer, Michael Susik, will head up a $100,000 million apartments-houses-shopping center complex at Delray Beach, to be located on a 400-acre tract of land adjacent to Congress Avenue, in the Lake A CATAMARAN FOR SURFING, allegedly one of the fastest "cats" in the world for ocean sailing, is tried out at Palm Beach by TV actor Chris Robinson, whose new Pieces of Eight corporation is a local Gold Coast area venture. I n , iu 1 1 - 'fm ' , I , : GOURMET MENU Dinner Six Dollar! OR A LA CARTE COCKTAILS , DINNER FRO.WlSP.lt. 6 to II P.M. Cobey Lou Entertoini At the Piano in La Cave from 8:30 0 Reservation Sumtenleil 525-J.703 li'.ttwd Sundgytl O Penthouse Floor 333 SUNSET DRIVE FORT LAUDERDALE IH I HAY IM I ltlOHS "Complete Furnishings of Distinction" Virginia Jackson, A.l.D. Owner: W. C. LePage Hill 530 So. Ftd.rol Hwy. DELRAY BEACH Phone 276-6077 We are interested in secur Featuring the Finest Collec c tions of Oriental Rugs. An ing Estates. Will buy or sell for your account. Phone Mornings: 278-2373 tiques, Lmens, China, Sil 1 ver, etc. AUCTION SALES NIGHTLY a' 8 P M. NOW . . . BANKfcuPT iTOCK of GIFT SHOP, at the Epilepsy Foundation of America in the annual parade and will make TV shorts with prominent Hollywood screen stars, during her stay in California. Stan Sheets A LIVING DOLL FOR PASADENA'S 1969 ROSE PARADE will be little Dawn Martin, 7, of West Palm Beach. Shown receiving the congratulations of Florida's Governor Claude Kirk, Dawn will represent Also CONTINVIW SAI.H Oh- FINE Including FIGURINES. VENETIAN ANIMALS, etc BLOOD'S HAMMOCK GROVES s - ' 615 E. Atlantic Avenue DELRAY BEACH Hamlin ami Naval Orangea Holiday Gift Shipments Pink and White Grapefruit Tanieloi and trail Arangements S.E. 10th St. or Atlantic Ave. to Military Trail - Follow Signs PUPAE 27(.-7(7l - Il I KAY ltlv( II . ( I OSI l SIMIAVS PAL VI BEACH MILITARY ACADEMY COMMANDANT Warren Siciliano, at left, tells his long time friend Rocky Marciano about the new Siciliano Karado-Karate school of self defense in West Palm Beach. Stan Sheets Photo. Ida Road area? Sasik reportedly paid about $2 million for the property. , . Nothing but mllyuns and milyuns ... No wonder they call it the Gold Coast! MISCELLANY OF THE MOMENT: We won't believe It until we have an exact address, but those from-Hollywood, California, reports persist that George Hamilton will open a "By George" men's wear shop in Palm Beach, later this season. . . Wouldn't you like to join any one of 43 of the nation's leading lady pro golfers in the annual Louise Suggs LPGA pro-am tourney Thursday, Nov. 21? Fee for the privilege will be $100 per amateur, but it's for a good cause, the Bethesda Hospital at Boynton Beach. Nov. 22-23-24 will see the LPGA sanctioned contest at the site of the Suggs pro-am event, the Pine Tree Country' Club, out west of Boynton Beach. . . NEW TV CHANNEL 51 production manager will be former Jackie Gleason show commercial supervisor (he was head of OTD Productions, for several years) Arthur C. "Dutch" Hardie, of Boca Raton, to be In charge of 51's film and taped shows. . . A LIVING DOLL who will take part in Pasadena's 1969 Rose Parade is little Dawn Martin of West Palm Beach. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, 7-year-old Dawn will BUICKS BUICKS BUICKS! LOWEST PRICES IN SOUTH FLORIDA! SEE US before you buy any car 69 BUICK PRICES START AT s2295 al your friendly lluick Dealer FRANK COULSON BUICK Inc. "In Little Delray" 1616 N. Federal Hwy. Phone; 278-3292 FINEST SERVICE Direct Factory Dealer tfHEjSLEKS 235 Worth Avenue NEW DECOR, NEW SOUND CONDITIONING, ENLARGED DINING FACILITIES AND THE SAME GREAT FOOD . . . LUNCHEON 12 UNTIL 2:30 - DINNER 6 UNTIL 11. COCKTAIL - NOW OPEN - LOUNGE OPEN DAILY at 5 P.M. (Closed Tuesdays) 1 ARCADE TAP ROOM co-owner James Hallas announces expanded cocktail lounge-dancing facilities which will open New Year's Eve at the Delray Beach landmark FINE CONCERT-POP PIANIST Hector Grau continues as the teatime-cocktail hour drawing card In the cocktail lounge of Petite Marmite restaurant, on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. THE ARCADE TAP ROOM LUNCHEONS COCKTAILS DINNER "Delrav's Oldest and Most Famous landmark RpstuurnnC 41 1 E. Atlantic Ave. DELRAY BEACH Far Reservation!, PHONE 776-7200 -AIR CONDITIONED-OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ORIGINAL FAM0US-F0R-SEAF00D RESTAURANT For Those Who Want the Rest in Seafood and Steaks ON A-1-A BETWEEN BOYNTON and DEIRAY BEACH PHONE 732-8470 represent the Epilepsy Foundation of America in the annual floral event and also will take part in several TV and motion picture short subjects, during her stay in California. Jack Lemmon Is among the screen world notables who will join Dawn in the EFA filmings, we hear. . . Speaking of motion picture and TV personages, Chris Robinson has tried out one of his new Hobie Cat catamaran sailing vessels offshore, here in the Palm Beaches; these craft are alleged to be one of the fastest "cats" in the world of ocean sailing and surfing. Actor-director Robinson has obtained a franchise for the Hobie craft, under the aegis of the new Robinson Pieces of Eight film and business corporation, here in the Palm Beaches. . . Red belt karado-karate champion Warren Siciliano, for many years commandant of the Palm Beach Military Academy, has opened a new karado-karate school of self defense, at West Palm Beach. . . At Delray Beach there will be a new addition to the landmark Arcade Tap Room, come New Year's Eve. Owners James Hallas and Eddie Petosa have decided to augment the Tap Room with an additional, larger cocktail lounge, just to the east of the present Tap Room premises. There also will be dancing . . .The just-new-this-year cocktail lounge of Petite Marmite, the famous French restaurant on Worth Avenue at Palm Beach, now has the fine music of concert-pop pianist Hector Grau, evenings beginning at 5. , . toWYBEACIIt PRESENTS A gay scherzo of a Comedy "LOVK IN E FLAT" by Norman Krasna Clint Shepherd and Family recently enjoyed "Sueetbreads a la Chef Durette" . . . at the BON-SOIR RESTAURANT TONIGHT thru this SATURDAY, Nov. 16th Curtain time 8:30 pm RESERVATIONS: Ply ?76-4576 (9 30 am to 3:30 pm) COMING IN DECEMBER, "BELL. BOOK and CANDLE" by John Van Droten AUDITIONS, Sunday. Nov. 17th, ot ?:30 p.m. N.W. 9th St. PLAYHOUSE ISLE Delray Beach The pantsuit for girls who like to look young, pretty and pleased A. with life. Martha knows. Left: classic double breasted. Right: dashing, with the snap of the Sam Browne belt. Both in white, chamois, pink lightweight wool gabardine. Sizes 6 to 14. $145 mrm i mm mvam llMltk-HIJIIJIIIMr.T-X-i t I DAILY E t l K A K & 0lO OPEN EVERY EVENING i a.m. ta I in ImarMiahi tattttiinawt THE PARTY ROOM FOR YOUR PRIVATE PARTIES Exquisitely Decorated especially for U eddinis 409 North Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH Tel: 833-9904 i. DINNER ( l&ljjBj 230 Worth Avenue OWNER BUILDER OF PALM BEACH'S largest rental apartment development, the $14 million Sun and Surf complex on the ocean between Sunset and Sunrise Avenues, Jack Resnick and Mrs. Resnick dine at Chesler's on Worth Avenue, Palm Beach. Bob Davidoff Photo. r

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