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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

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B2 Palm Beach Post.Thurs., November 14, 1968 Clubs In Action Junior Red Cross Of Sacred Heart Honored Empire State Club Friday the display will be open from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from noon until 6 p.m. elude oil paintings, water colors, etchings, and prints, ceramics, silver jewelry and copper enameling. AM spoktway The Empire State Club will hold its regular covered dish dinner at Barton Park on Friday, with dinner at noon. Please bring your own beverage and table service and a tureen to pass. The Store that originated right in a LADIES Sl'ORISU EAH H AREIIUl SE and it s still there. The Junior Red Cross of Sacred Heart School, Lake Worth, has been honored by Parent's Magazine for out- AlAKHTIsKMKNT YOUR CHILD MAY HAVE PIN-WORMS 1 OUT OF 3 DOES FiHuctinK, noRe-pirkinu . a tormentin rwtal itch are often telltale signs of i'in-Worms...U(ly parasite" that medical experts say infest 1 out of every 3 persons examined. Entire families may he victims and not know it. To get rid of fin-Worms, they must be killed in the large intestine where they live and multiply.That's exactly what Jayne's F-W Ubleta do . . . and here's how they do it: First a scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowels before they dissolve. Then Jayne's modern, medically-approved ingredient goes right to work kills I'in-Worms quickly, easily. Aik tour pharmacht. Don't take chances with dangerous, highly contagious Pin-Worms which infect entire families. Get genuine Jayne's P-W Vermifuge . . . small, easy-to-take tablets . . . special sizes fur children and adults. standing service to the community during 1967-1968. The group was chosen lor the magazine's Youth Group Achievement Award for Its work in the American Junior Red Cross. In National recognition of its excellent service, the group will receive an honor plaque. The officers of the school chapter of the Junior Red Cross are Miss Christine Storch, chairman; Miss Diane Hanley, vice-chairman; and Miss Nancy Luckasavage, secretary. Mrs. Elizabeth Fauer-bach and Sister Mary Elise are the group's teacher-sponsors. The ' Youth Achievement Awards were Inaugurated by Parent's Magazine to encourage and give recognition to young people engaged In useful public service. This Is the 14th consecutive year the Awards have been made. la and the Carolinas. One of their concerts will be presented at the Marine Corps Base at Cherry Hill, N.C. People attending the talent show will hear "The Gentle Rhapsody, the girls' Sweet Adeline quartet, which will harmonize to favorite barbershop pieces. Comedy skits, drum solos, and other musical entertainment will also be offered. Tickets are available from chorus members or at the door. Legion Aux. Post 142 POMPANO BEACH - The ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary to Sterling McClel-lan Post 142 are holding a bazaar at the Post Home, 171 S.W. 2nd St., Pompano Beach, Friday and Saturday. The doors will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Merchandise is hand made. Campus Capers "Campus Capers" the annual talent show at Riviera Beach High School, will be presented Friday at 8 p.m. in the gym. Proceeds will go to help finance the spring concert tour of the advanced mixed chorus. The chorus sang for the Rotary Convention in Freeport, Grand Bahamas, last spring and will this year tour Virgin- Three 1 Dance Club The next dance of the Three I Dance Club will be held Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the ballroom of the Lake Worth Casino. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ech-ard will serve as host and hostess. (Mr. Echard is vice president of the club.) The club now has more than 100 memberships. For Information about the Three I Dance Club, please call the president, Charles Thompson at 585-0328. Debbie Rand Service League BOCA RATON - The Debbie-Rand Memorial Service League, Inc. will hold its third annual fall dinner dance for the benefit of the Boca Raton Community Hospital on Friday, Nov. 22, at the Crystal Lake Country Club, Deerfield Beach. ' The event will begin with the cocktail tour at 7 p.m. followed by a candlelight dinner and dance in the new Crystal Room. One of Ralph Chick's Combos will furnish the music. Hosts for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Cort C. Graven-good, Lighthouse Point, chairman of the dance, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Sitten-field, Boca Raton. All members of the league and thetr friends are invited. Early reservations are requested. Tickets may be obtained at the Thrift Shoppe on Meadows Road or the Auxiliary office In the Boca Raton Community Hospital. Retired People It 's the talked about "HOi'SEOF I A LIE' that our customers tell us just ran t be beat. There is on extensive selection of if if I SHIFTS SLACKS BLOUSES "Defense is the best offense" may be a cliche but every driver should pay attention to It. The American Association of Retired People certainly Is. The Association is sponsoring a defensive Driving Course ior anyone over 55. The course will be conducted by the National Safety Council of Palm Beach County. For information and to register contact F. A. Kohlmeyer 848-4609. A t SHORTS SKIRTS and a Great Assortment of KNIT TOPS A rt Show to match with them. Come say hello and see for yourself We're located at 1458-lOth Ct The Palm Beach Mall will be the setting for the weekend art sale-show by the North Palm Beaches Art Society, Inc. Artists from Delray Beach to Jupiter-Tequesta will be exhibiting their works. These In- is the Loft bid. right behind the Shell Station at A-l-A Northlike Blvd. E f When Computers Teach Is School Necessary? I urfciN uaily H:3U-S:3U 848-0856 til IHy '"1 imiWMWi mm iUIH'Hihiitiii mi ii iiiiaMi AT LAST!... the first sanitary napkin you can flush and forget! s schools? More and more, according to the educator, the public looks to schools to solve social as well as Intellectual problems. "Thus," she said, "the schools have been asked to take on the race and poverty problems of Inner city and the sex and delinquency problems of suburbia. "The school is seen more and more In loco parentis a place that Is really responsible for the socialization process of the young and for the transmission of middle class morality." Miss Wilson wonders If the school of tomorrow ought to model Itself upon the Israeli kibbutz assuming the basic educative function of the family, when that does not exist, and assisting parents In a modern version of the extended family of simple times and cultures. the bulk. Flite is designed with second-nature shape and softness so protection stays with you, no matter how active you are. Try new Flite, the flush it and forget it matics courses, since they can be logically and sequentially programmed, will be absorbed; next, courses In the sciences and social sciences. What then will be the function of the school? Will It be to prepare students for vocations? Or to concentrate on the soft subjects like the fine arts, recreation, social and moral education? Or will the school simply become a baby sitter and a computer watcher? Miss Wilson doesn't have the answers but such questions need to be asked by the educational establishment, she maintains. One Important change she predicts: The vocational function of the school will decline steadily in the years ahead. Specific vocational and professional training will, to an Increasing extent, be accomplished through experience in the real world. Vocational preparation will be done on the job. The rchool will give the students such knowledge as will enable him to be flexible and to learn specific jobs more easily. What do people want from By PATRICIA McCORMACK NEW YORK (UPI) By 1985 the computer at the front of the classroom isn't a wild prospect. Teachers will still be on the scene but the knowledge machines perhaps will have more status with the students. Elizabeth C. Wilson, director of supervision and curriculum for the Montgomery County Public Schools In Maryland, thinks educators had been hurrying with planning about the electronic-computer revolution. 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