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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, "I am Sincerely Grateful . . Asolo Program Firmed buhiii ,i ili iiw.iiii.ii:i,ji'iiuii!i..iJ:..Ji ,J jimhuwihimi - . for the support of over 111,000 citizens who voted their approval of my record in Congress on November 5th, and deeply appreciate the help of all those who worked with us in the campaign. To all 9th Congressional District residents, I pledge to continue to represent the views of the people of this District in the 91st Congress, and to strive to give each citizen prompt, personal service at all times." Faithfully yours, x hi " m mil 11 viy rv r ' f 5 s ' V ' -. - i . - - jV jf - i' ' .-4 A ' '' -8 It ' K' ' : 1 ; i.. - , tiiiMrii iiitfiiifin4 - lift fcfrff)' By JANE ARPE Stall Writer For the third year In a row, the Asolo Theater of Sarasota, Florida's official state theater, will present two plays for public school students In Palm Beach County. This year, performances will also be given lor the general public. . Scheduled are Shaw's "Arms and the Man" and Mo-liere's "The Misanthrope," both to be presented In the Royal Poinciana Playhouse, Palm Beach, the week of Dec. 15. The first two years the company played for students here it was underwritten by the federal government, but this year no federal funds were available. The result was that the company, which had toured more than 20 other Florida counties as well as Palm Beach in the previous years, began casting about for private backers. Palm Beach County schools PAUl G. XOGEItS ConJriiimiB fth District PD, POL. ADV. Slh DIST DEM. COMMITTEE. F. Siket. Chm. roSTKR CHH.D The 198 were scheduled for the pre Christmas week, but It was not poster child for the Palm until Oct. 29 that the theater Bpah County muscular dys-was able to report that the trophy campaign Is David Bal-commitment was firm and a lante' ,2 son of Mr- ani Mrs-sponsor had been found. Robert L. Ballance of 4376 Hoi-Frank Hale, owner, and Drive' PaIm Bpath Gar-James Reiily, producer-man- Aens- At center is his sister, ager, of the Plav house, an- Patricia, 9, and, at right, Cam-nounced they would sponsor paign Chairman Bruce J. Dan-the company's tour Dec. 18 ids. The county chapter hopes through 21, with two perfor- to raise $20,000 this year, mances for the students (lur Stubbornly Practical Carpet with Beauty Made to Last 1 Sc3xs i 31 If ing school hours and evening performances for the public. Accordingly, "Arms and the Man" will play for the public the nights of Dec. 18 and 21 and for students, during the day Dec. IS. "The Misanthrope" will go on for the public in the evening of Dec. 19 and 20, and for students in the Dystrophy Campaign To Start The 1968 Palm Beach Coun- ..Defies Matting, Marking day time, Dee. 20. Soiling and Staining! Tough Spring-back Strengtli, no Durable The scheduling will afford ty muscular dystrophy cam- A thick, dense textured carpet with itand-up resiliency, won't bend to marching feet . . . retains its good looks for yean. local students their first paign will begin Thursday chance to see the company when more than 2,500 mothers perform in a bona fide theater, march door-to-door for dona-, rather than a high school audi- tions according to Bruce J. torium as previously. Daniels, campaign chairman. There will be no charge for Assisting in this year's fund students, who will also be pro- drive will be U.S. Postal em-vided with texts of the play for ployes members of the Let-study before tl.e performance, tcr Carriers' Association of Teacherj will receive in-ser- America and county Jay-vice training and study guides cees. . as part of the program pre- The postmen will conduct a pared by Ci. K. 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About 25 ninth Lewis, collected more than $9 graders from each school .ill million in 1967, most of which be selected to attend the went for research to find a Shaw drama. cure for this ' child-crippling Transportation will be pro- disease, vided for Glades students be- of the donations marie in tween their schools and the Palm Beach County, 25 per Playhouse, but arrangement cent will be spent locally for for busing of other students is patient services, with the rest to be arranged by the pupils going to the national organiza- and teachers. tiort for research and opera- As In the past, the company tional expenses., will conduct a workshop in the morning for the students, with the play production following Onassis, Jackie a lunch break. . T T . Visit In London LONDON (AP) Aristotle 3-PIy Yarns of Acrilan? Acrylic Pile Cleans Easily full-bodied pile that de- Vz F" fie. soiling and staining, JffrWV" 1 i J lias u.Qo more Acrnan acrylic than is standard, WUtU 1,1111. 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