The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 76
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 76

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F 6 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 iS3 County Bank Queen To Be Selected During Bankers' Institute Event -mm i V U ) ; ) i ' 1 ( 1! . j Jpc (ujzi yVV vlY Sr A iXl &'t cyr y vsl vy Happiness is . . CARDS AND GAMES at r '. ... - f - w m . i a . D'ACOSTINO ERNST COBB BREEDLOVE CARACUZZO CARISEO 111 Selection of the Palm Beach County bank queen will be made Saturday Nov. 23 at the Cabana ClubJ3oca Raton, during the American Institute of Banker's coronation ball. There are 22 contestants. The winner of the fourth annual contest will receive a $100 U.S. Savings Bond as a prize, in addition to other gifts. Contestants represent nearly every one of the county's banks. Judges selected include William Ackerman, national sales representative of the Boca Raton Hotel & Club; Miss Adelaide Snyder, director of public relations for Florida Atlantic University; Miss Mary Ne-mec, queen of the Golden Palms Festival; and William Templeton, executive producer of the Treasure Isle television show. The contestants are: Gayla Breedlove, representing the Delray Beach National Bank; Barbara Caracuzzo, First National Bank & Trust Co. of Riviera Beach; Barbara Cariseo, Bunk of Palm Beach & Trust Co.; Gall Cobb, First National Bank of Delray Beach; Paula D'Agostlno, Security Exchangf Bank; Klttie A. Ernest, Boca Raton National Bank; Mary Jean Fralix, Florida National Bank of Belle Glade; Janice F. Ga-neo, First Bank & Trust Co. of Boca Raton; Christine Hotz, Florida National Bank & Trust Co., West Palm Beach. Carolyn Kahl, First Slate Bank of Lantana; Molina Lourdes, Atlantic National Bank of West Palm Beach; Susan Manion, Boynton Beach First National Bank; Joy Marr, First Marine Bank of Riviera Beach; Wtlma Lee Moles, Central Bank of Palm Beach County; CONDOMINIUM VILLAS FRALIX GANEO HOTZ KAHL LOURDES MANION tv js vhh I AJ MARR MOLES MUNSON UKUCT ROE RLTTY DOUBLE CONGRATULATIONS Outgoing President John Peck, left, of the Palm Beach Board of Realtors, Ls congratulated by in-coming Palm Beach Town Manager George Frost for a job well done during Peck's past term. Frost was welcomed and congratulated on his new post at the monthly luncheon of the realtors. Resort Realtors Elect Officers (fj Co Joanne Munson, First National Bank In Palm Beach; Jamie Rana Relchert, First Bank of Boynton Beach; Sally Roo, University National Bank of Boca Raton; Susan E. Snow, Commerce National Bank & Trust Co. of Lake Worth; Pamela Wheeler, First American Bank of North Palm Beach; and Wy-nette Wilson, Bank of tary; and Stephen Cutter, treasurer. These, and the following, are slated as directors: Mrs. William J. Maloney, Mrs. Louise V. Raymond, John W. Peck (immediate past president), Stafford B. Beach, and A. Parker Bryant. PALM BEACH - George M. D. Lewis is the new president of the Palm Beach Board of Realtors for 1968-1969. Other officers on the slate submitted and approved at the last public meeting were: Robert L. Wilson, vice president; Earl A. Hollis, secre Ntver n dull moment at Cresthaven Villas! Cards and garnet abound in our beautiful clubhouse card room. You'll play bridge, chest, pinochle, teat, yahtzee, and enjoy good timet with your friends every night of the week at Cresthaven Villas. THOMPSON WHEELER WILSON SNOW Ad Club To Hear Of Price Hassle One ttory condominium garden type apartments clustered around a beautifully landscaped court Real Estate Appraisers To Hear Talk By Davis PRICED FROM BOCA RATON William Davis of Kansas City, Mo., lecturer and teacher on appraisal methods will be featured The Advertising Club extends an Invitation to the public wishing to attend. Reservations may be made by calling Miss Lee at 832-5721 or speaker at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the Society of Real Estate Appraisers, Palm Beach Chapter, dinner at Chez Joey. Davis ls a principal partner of Appraisal Associates, which has Kansas City headquarters. He retains nearly every qualification designation issued by the society's officers, has been on the editorial and advisory boards of the group's Journals, and ls a frequent contributor of literature on appraisal work. New Cars Seaboard Coast Line Kail-road has ordered 1,200 new freight cars from Pullman-Standard (a division of Pullman, Inc.), W. Thomas Rice, SCL president, has announced. 1.2 BEDROOMS l-IVi-2 BATHS With C.nlol Air Conditio nirvf t Htatinf Throujhoirt (inlunf bothrocffll 4i hrlchtn) ONLY S 2,090 DOWN; SSJ 14 MONTHLY MAINTINANCI MOM 127 MONTH r JciS .i i c A first-hand report on the comparative pricing controversy In Dade and Broward counties will be given by Ralph Smathers Tuesday night, Nov. 19, at Capt. Alex's Restaurant, Riviera Beach, to the Advertising Club of the Palm Beaches. Smathers has been president and general manager of the Better Business Bureau of South Florida since 1961. He will also outline the purpose and function of the BBB. Smathers' business career Includes credit reporting, finance, real estate planning, developing and residential home building. Currently he Is on the Florida Consumers Council, Population Crisis Committee, Miami Crime Commission, the Advisory Hoard to the Secretary of Stute on the Charitable Solicitations Act and an honorary member of the Advertising Club of Creator Miami. Smuthers has been a Florida resident for 45 years, In Dade County for 17. Puihbulton Rang, food wolU ditpoial and rtMgirator by Ctntral Eltctric from th imalletl . . . A SALESMAN OF YEA It L. Brown, Ml, of 371 I'aJmi-tto Strt-H, VVi-t Paint lU-ut h, ulturt's u triumphant nioiicnt with his wlfu iw Cliarlctt Murphy, right, cxm-uIIvi? vlc' irt i(Jcnt of Niagara Therapy Oorp., pri'Jienls Itrown with tln Halfftinan of tin; Year trophy, awarded each year hy the firm. The l!(iX award waM presented at Niagara' l!Hh annual convention at Kliitnesha Lake, N-w York. Lines Go To Earth '"URCKT RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL R. H. BARTO CO. ATLAS AIR CONDITIONING CORP. 1041 Indian Id., Wnt Palm Biodi, Flo. Telephone' 683 2454 Uii itt full hut ! (irrnr in (iiwtn iaiml mi nil ki r r (' witf Ih (tlfKt tu (4IXH Uc tilt mM ma liiil kaiMn . . . Mtbltfitwi. haitHl RALPH SMATHERS The technoloKlcal revolution that Is rapidly transforming the telephone Industry Into a complete Information service Industry ls bringing a gradual change to the skyline of the nation. New and Irtiporved digging and trenching machinery Is muklng it more feasible to bury telephone wires and cables. Telephone poles, and even television antennas ure likely eventually to dlsappeur, LUXURIOUS CLUINOUSE Ml POOL ROW OKI rumnfc Winn-Dixie Reports Record Increase Swimming Movies Health Club Slimnattict e Horseshat Guided Tourt Artt & Crafts Cards c Comet Billiards Lectures Sewing Shuffleboard Golf m The volume was $92,087,375 against $7t),!M,204, a gain of 19.72 per cent. An advance of $l9,'.'07,.rt(M) wus recorded for the Hi weeks ended Oct. 19, when sales totaled $.156,776,293 compared with $.107,568,787 lust year, an Increase of 16 per cent. The company operates 758 food stores throughout the Southeast compared with 7.K) a veur ago. fmS FEATURES AT NO EXTRA COST! e Street lighting Private tcreened patio e Underground electri Abiolute lound- cal tervice proofing e Concealed built-in Courtety but tervice televition antennae G.E. air conditioning e Front door parking appliancet t Luxuriout Clubhoute Safety bart in bath I mwi - :-,r- r" ., Ai root roomt A record $15,168,171 Inereuse In sales was reported by Wlnn-Dixie supermarkets during; the four weeks ended Oct. 19, compared with the like period a year ago. Furniture Salute Due CHICAGO, 111. - A special salute to the nation's outstanding manufacturers and retailers of home furnishings will be made by the National Home Furnishings Representatives Association at the group's annual winter market banquet. The salute will be In the form of All-American Merchandiser awards which will be presented by the association Tuesday, Jan. 7, In the Furniture Club of America during the January 19 International Home Furnishings Market. W IH MAC imacNtii 0licoiil a. lit aii ft, mi New Style QgTHt tvO, ONLY 15 APARTMENTS LEFT IN OUR FINAL BUILDING IN LAKESIDE POINT GARDENS! The trend In styling Is toward a rough sawn surface which creales close communion between home and attractive surroundings. Modtvn patterns of rough sawn southern pine show a slight spacing of boards so that thickness ls visible for a pleasing three-dimensional effect. AN ADULT COMMUNITY 2551 S. MILITARY TRAIL WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Mod.li Furnurwd by SUPf IO FURNITURE 32 S. Dii Hwy. lak Worth, Flo. 4 MODELS OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Phone 955 5544 CRESTHAVEN VILLAS RESERVATION PLAN drt IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY! Including 4 Completely Furnished Apts. LM1 NOaiH a ,wcini ao lit ti as. THIS IS OUR LAST BUILDING IN LAKESIDE POINT GARDENS. A DELIGHTFUL & 9 DESIRABLE CONDOMINIUM COMMUNITY WITH 262 HAPPY APT. OWNERS, WHO INVITE YOU TO COME ENJOY THE "GOOD LIFE" WITH THEM. HURRY! ... BUY NOW! . . . REMEMBER ... THE SEASON STARTS SOON! "tMl totrtWn U. ttoflh htm iMtir ADULT WATERFRONT CONDOMINIUM COMMUNITY (32) lend 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS OCCUPY NOW or RESERVE a VILLA through 1970 12) 00 reMrvtt th apartment of your chek far ec cuparxy an th data of your hoi! Thli building pro-eram will continue throughout 1970. Plan now for futura rrtiramant D too lit it rtfundabla at any tima. Lakeside AVAILABLE FOR . . . IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY $ I Point rt u-i7 1 Maintenance $18.00 to $22.00 Priced from . LIVE HERE" F TO fHVF Y'Hi WE D UK MAX. TODAY K FH NOCHURI Cresthaven Villt't 2SS1S. Military Trail VVett falm Beach, Fl. 33406 Pleote Ruth Free Brochure DIIKTIONS: From U S. I ol olh Av. South, lakt Worth, turn W.it I mil to th. lok, turn right i you or at Lofc.ud. oint Gord.n. OPEN SUNDAYS I DAILY TIL I PM PHONES 582-8634 or 582-8140 LARGE (1) and (2) BEDROOM APARTMENTS $1 1,000 TO M 8,800 ON UKt OSIORNt FOR ADULTS ONLY NOIANOUASI Furnished Model NOW OPEN! 120 WETTAW Lar O Apt. 117 tCXHUII AND nNl NOW AVAIUUI Kl TOUt U1K1ION ! JAUl OWKI ROBERT E. flmUl V (Realtor) Off. JJA MUM IMU1 ft. NOtm M1M MACK Phm MM7SI Ml-4144 U NAME I I ADDRESS I I CITY STATE ..... . ZIP j NEW WATERFRONT CONDOMINIUM GARDEN APARTMENTS

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