The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 15, 1968 · Page 60
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 60

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 15, 1968
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PAGE 3 Legislators Ee Raises Palm Beach Gardens John F. Kennedy Vikings Remain Undefeated As Students Show Support TALLAHASSEE (L'PI) -State legislators are just itching (or a pay raise but they're willing to wait for the results of independent studies that could raise their "scratch" bv Football Season To End With 'Touchdown' Dance ME FINISHED 101(11 f i f I r i I i - . loionui joup j Towel Holders t 10 times what they're now making. The legislator presently make $1,200 a year but studies conducted by national organizations could raise them to between $10,000 to $18,000 year. imnes t uuesi i Tooth Brush Holders i BATH-BOUDOIR SHOP 842-4445 rfOtTH ALM KACM I i and future of the black American. Those attending were James Kelly. Warren Hawkins, Kattie Gaines, Dan Williams, and Lemoria Lester. "Black American." This meeting, sponsored by the Afro-American Club of Palm Beach Junior College, discussed ihe history, progress n array or colors in exciting styles to matcn your oam or boudoir US HIGHWAY NO. 1 REAL ESTATE EXAM CLASS INSTRUCTIONS BY . . . THOM. J. BERMINCHAM FORMERLY WITH FIA. REAt ESTATE COMMISSION RESERVATIONS PH. 848-6611 varsity team. Congratulations to all who participated in this program. The junior varsity cheerleaders also should be praised. Cindi Paras has proven to be a very able captain for the JV cheerleaders. Sally fluid. Nancy Martino, Cheryl .Jackson, Debbie Piper, Cathy Bowers, Beth Patrick, and Sandy Smith all deserve praise for their efforts. The first graduating class from (iardens, otherwise known as juniors, are in the process of ordering class rings. The rings come in three types of gold 10k. 14k, and white gold. There are also lour choices ot stones orange, sapphire blue, lighter sapphire blur, and a yellow which represents white. Benealh either the light blue or yellow may be ordered a PB; which shows through the stone. The junior class officers and class representatives are in the process of forming committees. Some of these include Christmas dance tug-of-war, and car wash committees, and a group to sell T-shirts. Sign up for a committee soon, juniors. The members on the Junior Class Council this year are Corky Kunkle, Greg Odell, Ellen Ladeda, Marta Young, Tom Lewis, and Wayne Wilson. They, along with our class officers and with cooperation and participation from our class, will make this a very successful year for juniors. PfP'iiM PBHWpWWRi O) 7 U i 1 t J ui rn lie sponsored by the Student Council. Pai t of the fun will be movies taken during school in the last Pew days. Who knows? Your picture just may be among those being viewed. You'll finally gel to see how you would look in the movies. Talking about dances, how did you enjoy the Sadie Haw kins dance', Really grea right'.' TfCKKY CLAYTON PU(, US has seen the end of a good season lor our junior Woman Jailed 'To Keep Warm' NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Police found an elderly woman shivering from the cold on the front porch of a home in a fashionable area of town and booked her on a vagrancy charge so she could warm up in jail. "We had to book her in order to give her a place to stay," said a police spokesman Monday. The spokesman said the lack of public facilities for elderly persons is a serious problem for police, who had to charge her because there was "no other legal way we could do anything for her." HOLIDAY HliOCADES 20 OFF CORDUROY SUEDE CLOTH 20 OFF (For young women only) Helpful hints on managing your money Jup'ter High Students Planning Homecoming Week The bigweek is here t t Palm Heach Gardens High School. During this time of year, most othet high schools .ire having their homecoming celebrations, (iardens is much too new lo have any returning alumni. Instead, ours will be a football season ending celebration. The Palm Beach Wildcats will be our victims at the touchdown celebrations. II you don't want to miss all the excitement, then you had belief gel moving, because the game is tonight and it starts at 7:-'i0. So, hurry up and get on out to Riviera's lield lor a really labulousgamk In just a short while, one of the trn candidates will be crowned Touchdown Queen. The gii ls vying lor this honor are Vivian Snyder, I.ainie Ireland, (iail Tuwnsend. I.ourie (iibbs, Mary Tassone, I'alli Alwaler, Mary Sue Taulilei ro. Maria Young, t'heri Young, and (iay Shuttlcworth. The queen and her attendants will reign over touchdown lestiviti-es. Festivities include a dance Saturday night. The dance will KIDDII kastij: "We Major in Minors" INFANTS THRU TEEN 14 GIRLS INFANTS THRU SIZE 12 BOYS COMPUTE TEEN DEPT. 822 PARK AVE. LAKE PARK PH 848-4229 TEOUESTA PLAZA . . . TEQUESIA PH 746-4647 (lalcv & Lord Fun cloth oilr Prim Checks & Plaids Checks & Plaids Bunnic & (ImIp Si ripe Designer Prinls Chiffon Prinls Printed Terry Coilon dmddr knil 3055 Lighthouse Dr. - I SANDS jj A1A OCEAN ROAD JUPITER, LUNCHEON 11:30 I DINNER 5:30 Reg. Reg. I .f ! p.-fr ':W J ( COCKTAIL LOUNGK 1 FLA. PH. 746-3336 1 TILL 2 P.M. I TILL 10:30 P.M. I Although the rain came down, it didn't stop the Vikings or their fans from turning out. The student body displayed excellent conduct during the biggest game of the season. Everyone acted like a "true" Viking. The football field definitely wasn't in marching condition, but the Marching Vikings sloshed through rain puddles, anyway. To all of the fans who attended the game Saturday night, thank you for your support. The Vikings remain un- VIVIAN BLACKMON defeated with two games lelt lor the season. On Nov. 2. IX KHA members attended the County Council meeting. Ol fleers were elected and a date and location were set lor the spring County Council meeting. .Janice Hill, president of the Kennedy chapter, was elected KHA County Council president. The KHA will attend the District 'meeting in Boca Raton Saturday. Since Homecoming is over, the campus is back to a regular routine. Six-weeks tests will soon be coming. Some Kennedy students represented our Student Council at a meeting concerning lite leave at li a.m. awake," ihe president predicted. There will be discussions, exhibits, and campaigning lor ollices. The Veterans Day program held at Jupiter's auditorium on Mondav was entertaining with young blood being injected into the speeches. The governor ol the 19li8 Hoys' Stale. Cliff Wilson, was the main speaker. He asked the question, "Am I an American?" He recommended that everyone also ask himself this iies-tion. The Clean Up Day held last Saturday at school was really successlul. according to laic Bailey, director ot .student al-tairs.. Walls, halls, plaques, windows, flag poles, and students were ail washed. It probably was more fun than defacing the school. The old school saw a lot ot success lasl weekend. The chorus was pleased with the amount of money brought in by the . Variety Show lor the choral uniform fund. The people who paid this money were also pleased with Ihe talent they saw. Kvcryonc I here saw something he especially liked. Irom discotheque danc ing lo ballet, Irom lolk songs of today lo jay of yesterday, with some comedy included. The a d m i n i s t r a lion w a pleased too with the behavioi ol the students in the audi enee. Friday Ihe Warriors will do battle with Forest Hill's Falcons at Forest Hill at 8 p.m. Bonds Not Purchased T ALL Ail ASS KK lUPIl -The maximum interest rale of 4.5 per cent allowed under aate law for bond issues ap-latently isn't attractive .-nough to lure investors. This is apparently why the State Board of Education could only get bids on bond issues for Hillsborough and Bay counties. There were no lakers for similar issues in Dade, Duval, Fseambia and Lee counties. " A'syndicate of Hillsborough County banks Exchange National Bank, First National Bank and Marine Bank and Trust Co. bought a $.! million issue to finance construction of a medical and nursing school at Ihe University ot South Florida at Tampa. The other Issue of 7'.m to finance construction of junior college and vocational-technical educational facilities in Bay was bought by Bay National Bank and Trust Co. of Panama City at a net in'erest of 1.4987 percent. No bids were received on bond issues of $r.9 million in Dade, $2.85 million in Duval, $265,0011 In Escambia and $.14(1,000 in Lee county. Industry Lauth'd ST PAUL. Minn. (API -Warren C. Hume, senior vice president of International Business Machines, says a decision by industry to employe the disadvantaged Is not only sound morally but it also is good business judgment Jupiter's 19W Homecoming festivities will take place throughout next week: Tues., Nov. 19 Color day i wear green and gold i Wed., Nov. 2(1 Father-Son Warrior I'ow-Wovv football players, their fathers, and the coaches get together I; I'ow-derpufl (iame i sophomore and senior girls battle over a football.) Thurs., Nov. 21 I'ow-Wow i clubs and organizations perform their skitsi; Bonlire i burning and burying of R'vi-era Hornet in efligy. i Kri., Now 22 Breakfast in cafeteria tor alumni and slu denls; I're-game parade with club floats; game with Kivi- .. f . DIANA NILSON era; crowning of Homecoming Queen at hut: time. Sat., Nov. 2', Homecoming Dance. Jupiter's Marching Warriors will compete Saturday in a district marching contest. Tom Prior, drum major, said, "The band has an excellent chance this year of coming through with a 'Superior' rating due fo hard work and enthusiasm." There is a district meeting of the Para-Med Clubs at Fort Myers with several of Jupiter's members going. "It will be interesting enough to keep even the kids who have to This useful 24 page booklet is filled with hints to help you manage your money better. Answers to questions like What spending plan should a working girl use? What does it cost to buy on credit? Should a young wife keep on working? What should be done with your income? When should you buy a home? Your free copy is waiting for you. Visit us soon. GABARDINE 1.98 & 2.19 n .69 yd. COTTON BLENDS 1.49 & 1 59 Retail l.ilK 1.(18 1 ,.r)9 1.119 1.IW '1.39 1 ..r9 ?:::. 'V Gardens East Shopping Center - 848-0131 O Sll UNITY When you were learning the alphabet you were learning how to play a Thomas Organ. 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