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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 10

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Saturday, November 16, 1968
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10-Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, N ov. 16, 1968 News: 4 Doer Will Be Speaker At YWCA Sunday A reception will be held Dec. i for Artists' Guild Members, as well as members of the Palm Beach Art Institute. The exhibition will be open to the public from Dec. 3 through Dec. 31. NPB have "adopted" a ward of 14 elderly women and a w ard of 16 elderly men at the Palm Beach County Home for the Aged, 45th Street. The organization meets the second Friday of the month at the First Fidelity Savings and Loan Association, 45th St. and Broadway at 8 p.m. Any woman from 18 to 80 who was born abroad is welcome. live board member in the Los Angeles and Seattle areas in the fields of public relations and Y-Teen work. A member of the board of the League of Women Voters, she is currently heading a housing study for that group. She is a member of the Community Action Council, local representative for the United States, Committee for UNI-CLT, and a member of the board of the United Nations Association. She also serves as communications consultant for the Florida Council of Churches. and the U.S. government. She examined the U.N. charter article by article in "International Peace and Security" (1960), set out to expose the Council on Foreign Relations in her I960 "The Secret Gov-ernment of the United States," and blasted President Johnson's war on hunger, poverty and disease in "Profound Revolution" (1965.) Cosmopolitan Associates The Cosmopolitan Associates, Inc., announce that they ft Perhaps her Yugoslavian ancestry is the source of her sparkling eyes and boundless energy, but whatever it may be, Mrs. Elwood Graves is an accomplisher. She will be guest speaker (or the YWCA's World Fellowship Program Sundav at 3:30 p.m., at the YWCA Building, 901 South Olive. Mrs. Graves, wife of the pastor of First Presbyterian Church of West Palm Beach, is a native of Yugoslavia and long interested in the program of the YWCA in foreign countries. She is the recipient of a World Fellowship Award from the San Pedro, California YWCA, and traces her participation and interest in YWCA work to her high school and junior college days as a YW resident and Y-teen. She has served as a YWCA execu- Of Clubs In Action I hen Shopping I I so P-T Classified THE FINE II A II AN HAM) ' Giorgio Belladonna. I'iero I nr(llet and llenilo .ar "Stars of the Italian lllue Team, niiie-liine World ( liampioiis" W VIMOS I l)H M I. ) OKT!l 7 54 A 1(1 !) 5 n f": . v of the chapter on Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Harry Craven, 319 Camellia St., Palm Beach Gardens, at 8 p.m. St. Mary's Oriental Dinner Baked and raw kibbee, rolled stuffed cabbage leaves, meat pies, tossed salad, Syrian sweet and Turkish coffee will be on the menu at the Oriental Dinner to be held Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m., as a result of the labors of members of St. Mary's Orthodox Church. Proceeds from the dinner to be held at the Syrian Lebanon American Club on Prairie Road will go to the church building fund. For information and tickets call Edna Panutsos at 832-7226, or Dolores Samra at 833-4914. Phi Beta Psi The Phi Beta Psi sorority preferential tea will be held in the home of Jackie Brown, 625 Inlet Drive, North Palm Beach, on Sunday at 3 p.m. WPB Woman's Club "Forces Which Affect the Worlds' Children will be Mrs. Elwood Graves' subject at the Monday coffee meeting of the Woman's Club of West Palm Beach in the clubhouse at 10 a.m. Mrs. (i raves was a state representative in Washington for the United Nations International Childrens' Emergency Fund. Artists' Guild The deadline for entries in the Dec. 2 exhibition of the Artists' Guild of the Palm Beach Art Institute, Inc. is Monday night. The exhibition was created for the display of paintings created in the organization's "sketch night" program, and will be held in the Norton Museum immediately following the regular monthly meeting of the Artists' Guild. All participants in "sketch night" are eligible to submit three of their best framed sketches or paintings produced at one of the Monday sessions. I s I N T A K J r. V K .1 10 8 (i 2 7 2 6 : 0 (i -1 ;i !6 v K 4 3 2 1rv ravv r j? .1 !- 987 2 VA q K ) 8 4 .'! Q8 Kast-West vulnerable. I III IMDDING: I M I) l!OOM t i t North Belladonna Last Koth 2 D pass 2 S 4 S pass OI'KN ROOM Murray (iarozzo pass pass 3 S pass u Women fashion show to the Colonnades Beach today. FASHION CHAIRMEN, Mrs. Edward Duffy (left), Mrs. David Meadows and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, discuss the Holy Spirit Council Bowl Of Red Sings Praise Of Chili! 5 ' t - 1 V , , v it. s W A1 was Texas' greatest contribution to civilization. It's interesting to read about hut not the kind of thing I'll he likely to try to cook because it calls for the marrow gut or tripe of a young calf, along with calf's brains, sweetbreads, half of the heart, liver, tongue, beef kidney suet and handfuls of red pepper, among other things. But now chili . . . there's something to try, especially after reading the cowhands' chili prayer which concludes: "We don't know why You so doggone good to to us. But. Lord, (aid, don't never think we ain't grateful lor this chili we about to eat." Leave Granted MONTREUIL, France iWNS) According to general French custom, the best man has permission to dive under the table at the wedding feast and take the bride's gaiter as a souvenir. In Norman-die, on the other hand, male guests bid lor the privilege, and the auction money goes to the church. Emile (luillemi net. 3S. cousin of the groom, bid S12H for the garter ol bride .loycelyne Sauvage, IV. Her father claimed luillcminel was drunk and did not have the $12(1. A light broke out. Five guests had to be taken to the hospital, and (iuilleminet is in jail until he pays $145 tor restaurant damages. Children's ""t L ' V W ' V of Catholic be held at Hotel at noon " I X AAUW "Hurry, Hurry" by W. C. Fields, and "Lizzies of the Field" by Mac Sennett, both humorous films, will be shown at the Monday meeting of the North Palm Beach branch of the American Association of University Women. Art Musto, a member of the drama faculty of Palm Beach Junior College, will discuss what makes good comedy and the changes in humor in films through the years. The meeting place is the First Federal Savings and Loan Association in Lake Park at 8 p.m. The annual library benefit bridge of the association will be held Wednesday evening in Lie homes of several members. Proceeds will go to the libraries of North Palm Beach. Lake Park, and Riviera Beach. For information call Mrs. J.E.Obert, 844-7011. Temple Israel Sisterhood The Temple Israel Sisterhood will meet on Monday, Nov. 18, in Schwarlzberg Hall. A buffet luncheon will be served at noon followed by a discussion with members of the American Religious Organization. Those participating in the discussion will he Kahbi Irving B. Cohen of Temple Israel; the Rev. Clarence Yates of the First Methodist Church, Judge James R. Stewart, and The Rev. Leo .1. Gorman from Our Lady of Florida Monastery. The discussion will be followed by questions from the audience. All sisterhood members are invited. P.E.O. Sisterhood A coffee hour honoring the state PEO Sisterhood vice president, Mrs. Frances K. Popham, will be held by Chapter J in the home of Mrs. Ros-ser D. Elkins, 225 Bamboo Road, Palm Beach Shores, Tuesday morning. The meeting is instead of the regular one usually on Monday, and will begin at i):4a a.m. Xi Gamma Gamma Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. Albert Christison will be hostess at the Tuesday meeting of Xi Gamma Gamma chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, in her home at 943 43rd St. Mrs. Christison will present the program "understanding art" with emphasis on ceramics. Her past awards will be on display. Mrs. Richard Rainier, vice-president, will conduct a review of the chapter manual. Unity Auxiliary A collection of Unity writings, "A More Wonderful You," will be reviewed by Mrs. Doris Richmond at the Tuesday meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of Unify of the Palm Beaches at 12:30 p.m. in fellowship hall. Mrs. Bess Laughlin, president, says that members have been asked to bring sandwiches, but pie and coffee will be served by the hospitality committee, Mrs. Russell Link, chairman. O.E.S. 41 Palm Beach chapter No. 41 O.E.S. will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple, 311 1 2 Clematis St. A covered dish dinner at 6 p.m. will precede the meeting and members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Rolls and beverage will be furnished. Items for the white elephant sale are requested. Officers will conduct a memorial service for the deceased members of the past year. Mrs. Ida Bush and her committee will serve refreshments following the meeting. Lantana Art Guild The scientific study of handwriting, graphoanalysLs, will be Mrs. Florence Paxton's subject at the Tuesday meeting of the Lantana Art Guild at 8 p.m. In the Lantana Recreation Center. Mrs. Paxton, a certified graphologist, will assist members of the audience in analyzing their own handwriting, and will attempt to analyze the handwriting of some of fhe great masters. Zonta Club DELRAY BEACH - Mrs. Mary M. Davison, author and authority on world government, Is scheduled as guest speaker at the Nov. 19 evening meeting of the Zonta Club, local business women's organization. Mrs. Davison, 72, of West Palm Beach, has written extensively with critical works aimed at the United Nations f 4 n i S I r All members and friends of ' the YWCA are invited to at-i tend the meeting, observing J the international t h e me "YWCA Listens ... and Re-i sponds." Rummage Sale LAKE WORTH A benefit rummage sale sponsored by Church Women United of Lake Worth will be held in Fellowship Hall of First Presbyterian Church, 231 North Federal Highway today from 9 a.m. until noon. Proceeds from the sale will go to the Osborne Day Care Center, according to Mrs. Franklin Fales, Church Women United president. Friends Of Philharmonic The "Friends of the Florida Philharmonic" will meet in Stoufer's Restaurant on Sunday, at 8 p.m. Plans for the Florida Philharmonic Benefit concert to be held in February will be discussed. Conductor Ugo DiDio will .report to the various committees on publicity, tickets, programming etc. Iota Pi Beta Sigma Phi A Preferential Tea will be held in the home of Mrs. David Schuette. 4 WO Colle Dr., Lake Worth on Sunday at 2:30 p.m., for members of Iota I'i chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Members me reminded to bring their tea cups. "Self-Estimate and Self-Analysis" is the title of the program to he presented hy Mrs. Shaun Gorman and Mrs. William Shetron for members recipe and had to get out a new pound of bacon. While opening the package, 1 got a terrific idea. I picked up my butcher knife and whacked about a half an inch off both ends of that whole pound of bacon. Perfect! I used what I needed for my recipe, put the rest in a waxed bag and stored in my freeer tor future use. So gals, when you bring home that pound of bacon from fhe grocery store, open the package and whack some oil the ends before you ever put it away. But if you don't have lime right then, you can do if easy as pie after it has been frozen. 1 do. Your family is gonna eat that two ier maybe three 1 slices of bacon each morning anyway, no matter how long the slices are. They won't even miss those little tidbits you got on the sly! Sure handy and saves time when you're in a hurry (and aren't we always'' 1. Love. Heloise Dear Heloise: 1 live in an apartment and I use a skirl hanger for drying my dripdrys. The kind that holds six garments. 1 hang it over the ba:htub and it can easily be opened and spread out so that the garments are completely apart from each other. Dorothy-Dear Heloise: Few women can share directly in their husbands' tasks, but they sure can make his home a sanctuary a v t -tk V4 I SOI Soulll(l)) Avarelli 1 I) pass pass et Root double 3 S pass Kebela (U) pass pass pass Forquet 1 S 4 S t: AST '0 6 13 2 SOI I II 9 8 J 8 4 Hand 99 in the U.S. -Italy finals of the 19G7 World Championship may well have been the decisive one. The Italian team won 12 I. M. P. to make a total of 4") points. With such a margin and only 29 hands still to be played, we held a lead that gave good promise of a final victory. The swing depended in great part on (he choice of the opening lead against a four spade contract played at both tables by Roth (Kast) in the closed room and Kor-quet (West) in the open room. In the closed room, varelli look advantage ol I he opponent 1 tllnei aliilil In open llie bidding 11 1 one (linnioiiil wilh a ert weak hand. Itoot ( W esl ) doubled and Belladonna (North) raised to two diamond. Roth (East) didn't hesitate to bid his maior four card suit in spite of holding five clubs headed by the ace-king. This decision ot his was in great part responsible for Kast-West reaching a contract of four spades. Avarelli led a diamond. Belladonna took the trick with the ace and returned the same suit. After overtaking the declarer's queen with the king, Avarelli continued with the two of spades. liotli Ihouglil for a long lime before cooling lo I he decision that lie should stay low in (lummy. In this way. llie eonlraet mis liealen by one trick because die defense look lo diamond tricks, one spade and one lieail. Roth's decision can't be criticized because the scarcity of entries to the closed hand made it inadvisable to play the spade ace to protect himself from the remote possibility of North holding a singleton queen. In fact, if this hadn't been the case, Roth, after taking a spade trick, would have entered the closed hand with the club ace to play hearts. South, with an ace-queen doubleton, would have taken the trick, returned a heart and the declarer could not have re-entered the closed hand again to finesse a spade. However, if Avarelli hod held lliree spades lo the queen and u heart aee-qneen dou-lilelon, he probably Mould hate led a (lull and llie contract could not haie been made. In the open room, the four spade contract was played by Forquet, holding the west cards. Murray (North), with no clues from the bidding to go on, led the club jack which Forquet took with the ace in dummy and went on to cash the king, discarding a diamond from his own hand. Then, he led a hearl which Keheln (South) look wilh the ace unii returned a diamond. On llie second round of diamonds. I iirquel nil fed. When he played the spade ace and the hearl king, he saw the two queens fall from ihe North and South hands, and he llien cashed llie spade king for llie following situation: OKTII n H . ...... .;:-. , -.V. ".f, "t X',"'i''ts'H'"M 1 DECK THE HALLS Beta Sigma Phi members will be dancing under the mistletoe for the benefit of the Palm Beach County Health Association. The ball will be held Dec. 7 at the Biltmnre Hotel. From left, Mrs. Shaun Gorman, decorations; Mrs. Robert Golson, tickets; Mrs. George Kelch, benefit. For information contact Mary Aldinger 848-1656. Hints From Heloise Bring Home Bacon Then-Whack Off End To Dice ByllKLOlSKdUSK Dear Folks: This is little oT Heloise cool ing into your home again. Let's have a cup of coffee and lalk about "bringing home the bacon." Are you all forever needing a little diced or crumbled bacon for a recipe'.' Seems like I am. Tod, iv 1 needed some for a Letters To God ISyl FXKSTINESIIII.FY One ot the nicer tilings to come out ol the Wallace Move motit, now that we've all supposedly buried the hatchet tor a while, is a Texas gentleman calledChili. I met him at a pre-Election party which ran largely to bright .oung liberals. Chili was avowedly tor Wallace, but so pleasant and gootlhumored about it that 1 was completely captivated. "You hear that Boh F.ckhart talking'."' he said to me as we stood on the fringe of u group around the incumbent Texas congressman. "He's a liberal, ain't he? I got a brother talks and thinks like that. Kan for attorney general and I couldn't vote for him. Won't otc for Bob either hut I (In like him." I hili himscll was a charm ing lellow and when lie pushed a book into my hands belore the evening was ovel . urging me to read it it 1 never read anothel book as lung as I lived. 1 took his advice seri-ouslv. It was a book called "A Bowl ol Red" and I had a vague notion it might be some kind ot political tome with the red in its title retelling to communism. I couldn't have been wronger. "A liowl of Red," written by a Texas newspaperman. Frank X. Tolbert, is a love song. ,i paean ot praise to that Texas staple, chili concarne. The guesi named ( 'hill i a slan daid Texas nickname lor Charles, 1 understand has good reason to leel strongly about the dish. Ills delightllll wile, Polly, is a gifled cook and her recipe for a casserole containing chili was the hit of the partv. "A Bowl of Ked" is, 1 suppose, the definitive work on chili. It goes into its history, offering substantial evidence thai (hili is Texan and not Mexican in origin, explores the reliable sources of really proper chile, cites some of its fans (Elizabeth Taylor buys it hv the gallon), considers its many variations (the Johnsons' Pedernales version is nut true chili) and generously invites you to try the recipes of True Believers. The book also treats such dishes as tamales, - enchiladas, barbecue, blackeyed peas, pinto beans, hot sausage and a delicacy known as S.O. 15. stew, i I'm being ladylike to use the initials. Mr. Tolbert doesn't This last named, or rather initialed, dish was once the subject of an essa hich won Miss Catherine ng (now Mrs. Edward E. Clark an A plus in a course taught by J. Frank Dobie at the University of Texas. The stew, wrote the student. 2 place of respite and encouragement. Minister's Wife Dear Heloise: Is there a way to remove a hair-oil stain from wood wall paneling? Our family room is paneled and our sectional couch Is close to a wall. My husband has leaned his head back so often that there is a dark slain. I've tried vinegar, powder and several grease removers but nothing has worked. I'd appreciate some help. Mrs. B. Vennard Does anyone know if oil or grease can be removed without marring the paneling and if so, how? Just write to me in care of this paper. We'd all like to hear from you 'cause I'm sure this happens in many a home. Bless you, Heloise Dear Heloise: My home economics teacher taught me this: To iron a sleeve without a sleeve board, roll up a thick magazine, insert It In the sleeve (the magazine will adjust itself to the size of the sleeve) and then Iron away! Frances Pearson Dear Heloise: Guess how I take popcorn to mv grandchildren without any spills? I fill plastic milk cartons, and secure the top with paper clips. With the flat bottom, they can be set down without spilling. Mary A. Elsenpeter 10 9 410 9 w is r J y.J 10 8 6 When Forquet played hearts, discarding clubs in dummy, Kehela must very much have regretted not having a third club. After ruffing, he played a diamond, which Forquet ruffed in dummy and re-entered the closed hand with his final trump and was able to cash the last winning heart. If Kehela had held a third club, the contract couldn't have been made because Forquet would have been forced to ruff in the closed hand with his last spade and Kehela's last spade would have prevented him from cashing the hearts. DN CrOD. I amps X ItVill YOU (tj) Kin Feiturei Syndicate. Inc., 1968.

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