The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 151
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November 17, 1968

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 151

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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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,1 3Bf rr , : Wit 1 r-C7 rl J ' ' v M f WWii Officer Everett L. Mooney (from Arcadia) had a ticket for Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Josey of Ounedin. They were in the 1907 Rolls Royce P-U Silver Streak, owned by M. W. Newman of Tampa. Mooney is on his own 1912 Harley Davidson motorcycle. banquet in the main dining room of l he club. And if that isn't enough, there will be a special showing of old time movies to help out latins memories. Look for the Flea Market now one of the most popular attractions of the meet. This is the place old car buffs briny hard to-come-by parts and accessories to sell or exchange. A treasure chest for the participant and a yreat place to browse lor an one. 'Sponsors of this 1WS Antique Car Meet are the Birthplace of Speed Association, the Or-mond Beach Chamber of Commerce and Lloyd Buick Cadillac Company of Daytona Beach. Frederick A. Bullard is general chairman. Leslie R. Henry has the post of master of ceremonies for the meet. He is curator of transportation for the Henry Ford Museum in Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan. JudyinK panels will be headed by Sidney Strong executive director of the Farly American Museum at Silver Springs. Whatever else it is, the Festival is somethinK very nice from the past . A bit of Americana that must be remembered with affection and perhaps with an expressed hope that life will attain, one dav, be less complicated and more pure tun. We'll see you there. Twenty-three 'xTA skidoo! Oh. you kid! All Florida Magazine 19

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