The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 16, 1968 · Page 5
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 5

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, November 16, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 16, 19685 Fact Finders Again Hold Lecture Series 8011 S. DIXIE OPEN DAILY 10 AM-10 PM Sunday 10 to 6 A series of four monthly lectures, beginning Jan. 23, will again be held at the Marina Inn (formerly the Gfor,e Washington Hotel) by Fact Finders Forum of the Palm Beaches. SELF-SERVICE DEPT STORE A Child's Wonderland of Toys and Games in One Big Deptl ...y-'y-?.-. Leading off the series will be Herbert Philbrlck, former underground counterspy for the FBI whose book, "I Lead Three Lives," was made into a popular television series. He will speak on the subject "The Red Underground Today." On Feb. 20, Karl Baarslag, former director of research, Senate subcommittee on investigations, and an advisor to the House Committee on Un-American Activities, will deliver a lecture entitled "Myths and Fairy Tales About Communism." Dr. Anthony Bouscaren, a former Marine combat pilot and professor at the National War College in Washington, D.C., will discuss "United States Foreign Policy Today," third lecture of the series, March 7. Completing the series will be Air Force Gen. Robert Scott, one of America's most decorated heroes and author of "God Is My Co-Pilot." Gen. Scott will speak April 3. Series tickets are available from Fact Finders Forum, P. O. Bo 2642, Palm Beach. Costs are: patron, $100; sustaining member, $25; husband and wife, $15; individual, $10, and student, $6. All lectures will begin at 8:30 p.m. 4 1 Lake Park To Select Junior Miss RIVIERA BEACH - Lake Park's Junior Miss will be selected Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Recreation Hall, 108 E. Flagler Drive. A dozen girls from the senior classes of Riviera Beach and John F. Kennedy High schools will compete. They will be judged on the poise, appearance, youth fitness and ability in creative or performing arts. At stake in the national pageant are over $r0,0X) in scholarships and prizes. The contest here is sponsored by the Jaycees of Riviera Beach and Lake Park. The contestants are: Sandra Crocker, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Joe Crocker, .177 Riverside Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; Betsy Fuller, daughter of Mr. Robert Fuller and Mrs. Kay Sincere, 1270 Fair-view Lane, Riviera Beach; Jessica Jimerson, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Jimerson, Jr., 116 W. 30th Street, Riviera Beach; Dorothy Kimble, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Johnny C. Kimble, 1.172 W. 34th St., Riviera Beach; Olivia Kinder, daughter of Mr. Hi Mrs. Joe Kinder, 14X0 W. 34th St., Riviera Beach, Barbara King, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Bruce King, 2058 Radnor Ct., Juno Isles; Susan Kunnemann, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Roy G. Kunnemann, 11501 U.S. No. 1, Juno; Margo Mitchell, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Mitchell, 100 Shore Ct., North Palm Beach; Rita Morrison, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. M. J. Morrison, 1358 W. 29th Street, Riviera Beach; Linda Bruce Nix, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wallace Nix, 302 Lighthouse Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; Jacqueline Peters, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. B. Pugh, 1333 7th St., Riviera Beach; Katheryn Roberts, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Roberts, 1425 W. 28th Street, Riviera Beach. Legality Weighed West Palm Beach City Atty. John Evans Friday was Investigating the legality of a proposed leasing of automatic parking spaces at the Municipal Marina for customer use at the Marina Inn (formerly the George Washington A Fabulous Collection of Famous Brand TV Advertised Toys to Delight Every Child and All at Tremendous Discount Savings! 4 v A simple tri fticinjtmg wjy to DRAW million mirvflout AT""1" MPMWM .... wwt r' m m in in Eldon's HO Scale ROAD RACE 13.48 Authentically detailed cars race around this figure 8 over-and under layout that measures 3Vj 'xl 'i '. 2-Speed controls, 12v power pack. Kenner's SPIROGRAPH Matters Tiny BABY PATTABURP 2.97 doll with . . feed back and f u..i vuuy: Simple and fascinating for all ages. Draw a million marvelous patterns with this complete, precision-made set. West Palm Beach Recreation News Cl'KKIK PARK 2-MMN. KUkIit Drive I Mrs. r lt h, K reatlon Leader WNOl'Nd-iMKNT Mrs. Audrt-v ,i ,i Ut, prt'sulmt ntcminds mi'tnhci s li.i' ihr ninnirih ini'ciiriy will ' hHd nu-miu'i 1 .ti T .IM t in in the club Petite 1 4 ' j baby magic milk bottle her, pat her on the -L. i 1:1 sne uuip me u icui Marx 51 Piece . i i Visiting Vessel Switches Styles Port of Palm Beach lost one, but got another in its place arriving military vessels, that is. The expected arrival of the USS Massey at Port of Palm Beach has been cancelled "due lo unexpected operational changes," according to Cmdr. II. M. Hudspeth of the Naval Reserve Training Center. The Navy destroyer was expected to put into port here today. But the Coast Guard cutter Unimak, a 311-foot reserve training ship, will arrive at noon today, according to Chief Warrant Officer Rex Coulson, in charge of the Peanut Island Coast Guard Station. The Unimak will be here for two days and "will be open to the public each afternoon," Chief Coulson said. It Is coming here from Cape May, N.J. District .3 VFW Slates Roundup PALM SPRINGS The Veterans of Foreign Wars, District 3, will host their annual full "roundup" beginning at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Charles J. Taylor Post 4360 building here. The afternoon will feature live music, family style picnics, barbecues, sky diving (at 1 and 4 p.m.) and a variety of games. NORTH WOOD KK( RKATION CKNTKR tilth Street A I'intwoml Avenue MIw Angle Sands, Ree. Supervisor IraSnvder. Ree. Leader) KFOIT.AKLY SOlklHM.KI) ACTIVI-TIKS: Beginners Tumbling Mondav and Wednesday 4 p m Beginners Trampoline Mondav and Wednesday ! p.m. K.irate Tuesday and Fridav 7 .HI p m. Women's Phsical F itness Wednesday 7 :i0 p m. Advanced and Intermediate Tumbling Tuesday 7 .10, Tuesday and Thur sday 4 p m Bovs Wrestling i7 IK vis, of age) Sat urda I" a m. Tonnage .li Is Trampoline Thursday 1:Mi p.m. Supervised Activities Monday thru Friday 2 p m to K p m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p rn. ; Saturday ya m to 1 p m. PHUTSPARK Smith Dixie A Oislon He id iMlssH. l. n Ikacs Recreation Leader) H.w y;t4ti NKW CLASSKS Knitling Fnrollments are being accepted in beginners and advanced knit ting classes. These sessions will begin Thursday, December . .it 10 a rn under the expert guidance of Mrs. Flla Apple tn Dressmaking t Beginners and Intermediates) Two dressmaking classes are now in session on Wednesday of each week One session is held at 1 p m and another al 7. (0 p m There are still a few openings for this class Call W.U y.(4h for furl her information. HFiil'LAKI.Y SCHKDL'LKD A(TIT TIKS Liquid himbroiderv Monday 7:. 1(1 p m Bridge I ,ame Tuesday and Thurs dav Mi p m New members are wel romp Come atone or bring a friend You'll enjoy an afternoon of bridge wilh a congenial group Oil Painting Tuesday yam. Wool Kmbroiderv Thursday 10 a m Bridge Lessons Fridav 1 p m (iatnes Night Fridav 7 .10 p m PIJ; ASANT CITY RECREATION CENTER JO - .'1st Street I Donnell Simmons, Supervisor Charlie Smith. Rev. Leaden optimist Basketball Practice Tues dav 2 p.m to 10 p.m. Brownie Scout Meeting Tuesday 7 .10 p.m t.irl Scout Meeting Wednesday H p in Recreation Dance Fridav - H pm Volleyball. Basketball, Handball and Horseshoes played dally , t.EOKt.E P. COLEMAN RECREATION (ENTER l!Hh Street ft Seaboard R R. (Samuel UanleU, Ret-real Ion Leader) Sutr vised Playground Activiiie Mondav Ihru Fridav 2 to 6 p.m and 7 to Hip m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. VEDAOO PARK 3710 Paaeo Andaitula (Mrs. Pauline Young, Kec. Supervisor) The Beginners (iuitar group has tiwm for more bovs and girls These sessions are held on Wednesday evenings at 7.1't p m Join the Drums and Traps (Iroup on Wednesday H p.m. Classes are In session but there's still room for more. Supervised Playground Activities Monday thru Friday 2 p.m. to K p.m. Tap and Ballet Classes for Children Wednesday 4 p m. HOWARD PARK POOL Lake Avenue A Okeechobee Road ( Hugo Hilt, Aquatic Supervisor Public Swimming Monday thru Friday - J pm. to 6 pm.; Saturday and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p m. ROOSEVELT POOL im lith Street Toh Strickland, poolOuard) Pool closed Wednesday. Public Swimming Mondav, Tuedav, Thursday and Fndav 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday Ito.i p.m, 40' long 11 20' high 1 Vjg-fl Pressman j Junior Size POOL U TABLE ELECTRIC TRAIN SET Complete outfit with 5-unit freight train, 27x35" track layout, put-toge 14 8 Sturdy wood with folding legs. Professional type cue sticks, rack and large numbered balls. Large enough for dad, too! Folds for Easy storage! 25 lLf& ther cardboard village, accessories watt 115 v 60 cycle transformer. i:W CLASS: A five wrek course In lfi!friTi''(i,t!f Urldyr will begin ill (unit1 I', ilk drn'sda . November 211, "..Hlp.rn. This course is prtm.irllv tor the person who .ilie.ulv has mastered elernentarv bi nine Kni further information ami lo M inster tall S.U l23H fim 1 p in. to Ki:;n.AKi.Y snii:irLKi) activi IlKS sfml tleboai d Meeium Mondav 7 Hi Din Pract'te Hi ide Tuosda and Thursday 1 V p :r. heginnei s ( r ushed Mass Tuesd.iv am Advanced ( rushed (.lass Wednesd.u 7 p.m. Mi idt;e ednesdav and Knd.iv 1 : Mi ',) to Art Thin sd,i ; am (iame.s u:ht Knda 7 III p m Softball Mmt.i I hi u Thursda T .tlipm Shut Nctmard D.ilh K ,i m to ! p m Tenuis D.uK X a m. lot p m H,(. LKI'Uk :trd Streel A Hauler Drive (Mr. Vivian Mom-man, Recreation Su pemor i IW2-S2U7 ANNOl'NCK ML. NT: The MomJav Nithi Movie at Hauler Park will be on "i anada " Plan now to join the yr-mp There is no admission charge. hiidge Sessions are held each Tuesday and h i ida after noons from 2 p.m. to 4 lit p m Newcomers are welcome KhU LAKLY SCHKDI LKl) AlTIVI TIKS Special Chess Matches Mondav 7 j.i m Old Tme Dances Wednesday , l.'i u m Checkers, Cards and Shuffle-board Monday thru Saturday H a m to p.m. except Wednesday. H a m to 1(1 pin., Sunday 1 p.m. to i p.m. HOW ARD PARK CM BHH SE Lake Avenue & Newark St. i Florence krmnitier. Recreation Leader HK( il'LARLY SCHKItl'LLD ACTIVI TIKS: Senior Citizens Social Wednes-da 1..UI p m Bridge Wednesday 7 td pm Practice Bridge Thursday I : :c p m. A A R P Kndav -1pm. Dance Night Friday ".'Mi pm lap and Ballet for Children Saturday 9 am Bridge Saturday 7. Ml pm. Law n Bow ling and Shutlleboard Dally HOWARD PARK ARTS A (RAFTS it'.S-IKR Lake Avenue & Okeechobee Road Mr. Uorfo Brm kimller, Km real ion Super vKur ) scbkdllkd activi- TIKS: Painting Thursday 9am; Mon da 7pm. Deroupage Monday "M p m ; Tuesday - H HI a.m. Paper Mai-he Monday 7:.K) p.m.; Tuesday H ..lo a m Ceramics Tuesday it a m and Wednesday 7pm.; Workshop Tuesday 1 Mi p m. (ilass Sagging Wednesday p m. Liquid Lmbrol-derv Wednesday I II pin. Beaded Flowers Wednesday 7: Ml p m. Copper Tooling and Fnamellng Thursday 9. .lit a m Flower Arranging Thursday y a m Pine Needle Weaving Friday I. .Hi pm duitar Lessons i Adult OnK t Mondav 10 a m and Tuesda - 7 ;io p.m. Bolldav Craft Frida 1 M p m HOW KI PARK PLAV(iR(U ND Lake Avenue Newark Street Mike t onsidlne, Ree. Supvr. ) Superisin1 Pia ground Aciivitles I Soccer. Loop Tennis. Box Bockev. To-thPtball. Baskeiball. Volleyball and Touch Football Mondav thru Friday 2pm to 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. lo 10 p.m.; Saturday iam tolpm. Lighted Basketball and Volleyball Courts Monday thru Friday 7 pm. to 10 p m. Youth Football Wednesday 7 p m toKp.m. (art i jr -Tea Ken ner s EASY-BAKE OVEN For Little Cooks 8.87 PRETZEL JETZEL By Transogram 3.74 Marvel THE MUSTANG! 8.87 Marx TYPEWRITER More than a toy! Types letters, numerals, punctuation marks, Features line spacer, ribbon reverse and carriage return. Saddle him up-mount up-Put your feet in the Stirrups. Hold the Reins and Enjoy a Real, Riding Motion-for children weighing 25 to 55 lbs. (No Batteries). The jet age pretzel making toy that Bakers with light! Mix-em Bake-em, Eat-em! Requires one 100 watt light (Not included). Safe, easy, educational! Little cooks con boke pies, cokes, cookies, even candy. Operates on two ordinary light bulbs. Mixes, utensils and bowls included.

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