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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 17

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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 18, 196817 Mon., Tue., Wed. SALE! 1 LET US PRICE YOUR NEXT Prescription YOU WILL BE AMAZED AT THE SAVINGS!!!!! GRILL ROOM 1 T At All Stores T - BONE STEAK NEW PALM BEACH MALL STORE 1 801 1 2th St. PALM COAST PLAZA 7719 S. Dixie Hwy. DOWNTOWN CLEMATIS at OLIVE French Fries 4 RIVIERA BEACH 20 E. 30th St Garlic Roll a QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED row wlrf I' . ? I A I DRISTAlT X 24-Decongestanl -) A If $ Cold Tablet W $ C With Coupon if T fj. Thru Nov. 20 (Limit 1) J (j v WALKING DOLL ON SALE! "MIXETTE" HAND MIXER 5-POUND BOX EPSOM SALTS Smart styling Afifi Lightweight ft? DO Staff Pholo b 1 Ndrhman Gorgeously dressed Asst. Hair Colors Asst. dresses SPECIAL PRICE! 3" Three speeds Model 87 tion was made in front of South Bay City Hall by Patrolman Leonard Tyson. The gifts will be distributed during the harvesting season. LUCKY VISITORS - The first courtesy vegetables grown on South Bay farms was presented Friday to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Andrews of Montgomery, Ala., who are visiting in the area. The presenta- Reg. 59c Price Cut Plenty at Walgreen's ! (Limit 1) .s... Funds Shortages Cause School District Closings GIVE-A-SHOW PROJECTOR I'' ELECTRIC SPEED SHAVER IE 33e KLENNEX TISSUE COLUMBUS. Ohio (AP) -Three school districts in Ohio will soon be closing down temporarily for lack of money. Four more are considering closure. Voters refused to sanction tax increases for the schools in these and many other areas on .Nov. 5. Ohio Secretary of State Ted W. Brown says at least 44 school districts plan special elections in December to ask for more tax money. Schools in Youngstown will be closed from Nov. 27 to Jan. 8. The shutdown will affect 28.000 pupils. Although Youngstown has the lowest tax rate among Ohio's big cities, voters turned down a 12-mill levy per $100 assessed value. This is the sixth time that the levy has been rejected. A mill is a tenth of a cent. 87 T 16 TV Favorites 112 slides in all! Full color shows Now only Box of 200 With coupon thru Nov. 20 (Limit 1)., 13 Flip Top Floating Heads Travel Case SAVE NOW! 354 1 1 iii i iii Police Study Photos In Onassis Burglary $1.00 MATTRESS FRESH SPRAY flocl OVER & UNDER "8" ROAD RACE KINDNESS HAIRSETTER MG Save on 6-ounce Aerosol! (Limit 2) making the proposed levy 1.2 cents per $100 of assessed valuation above the present 2.99 cents per $100. The Nelsonville-York city school district in Athens County will close down at the Thanksgiving break for two to six weeks. The district also lost its levy on Nov. 5 but will present another request for a 7-mill hike to voters Dec. 10. If the levy passes, schools will reopen Dec. 12. If not, there will be no school until state money becomes available in the new year. The Ostego local school district in Wood County says it won't be able to cover its December payroll and so will close down its schools from Dec. 1 to Jan. 2. The Ostego district is also going back to voters Dec. 10 with a request for a 3.5-mill levy which was rejected in November. The four districts which have threatened to close their schools are Hamilton Local in Franklin County, C.R. Co-blentz Local in Preble County, Conneaut City in Ashtabula County and Graham Local in Champaign County. Yet the overall picture is not too bleak, said Dr. Paul Spayde, assistant state superintendent of schools. "Most of the districts are in pretty good shape. Communities have generally been good about supporting their schools." The Ohio Education Associ ation (OEA) reports that six school districts have said they do not need more- money. Even state aid has been rejected by these areas, because to qualify for it voters must approve an operating levy of at least 17.5 mills. The industrial tax wealth of these areas makes it unnecessary for them to tax citizens to anything like the 22.72 mill state average, said Richard Hindman, OEA research and development director. From Clairol A QQ With 20 rollers II 100 J97 Ford GT 8 Ferrari Cars Classic Figure 8 race lay out! 19' Compact case Model 20 IBv ALBERTO V05 GEPAGOL 10 HANGERS PLASTIC rp Asst. Colors I ' k Q Uilk Kmninn thru Mouth SHAMPOO "The light inside the bedroom was switched on," Kara-sek recalled. "I got three exposures of the man silhouetted as he was climbing in the window." Karasek, who works for an Italian magazine, summoned police but had difficulty in making himself understood. Later he handed over his film to the police. The burglar struck just 24 hours after the Onassises arrived in England to stay with Princess Radziwill and her husband, Prince Stanislaus, at their country home, Turville Heath, 35 miles north of London. "It was a very cheeky burglary," one detective said. "There must have been about 50 newsmen milling around the house all day and there were still plenty of them about for most of the night." Police refused to say whether they could identify the burglar from the silhouette in the pictures. But they declined to hand the film back to Karasek. The cameraman was riled. "I want my film back but the police say they are' keeping it while they are carrying out inquiries into the theft," he said. wasr tcp&col I N(W HUE TYPE FOX FREQUENT SHAMPOOS REGULAR OR DRT III VWHf Wll M Mo. 20 (Limit S) & Gargle 14 oz. Bottle At Low Price! $1.09 size m II 11 W . , , I $1.59 SIZE issr e II NEW 15 or HALF - PRICE SALE! BRECK BASIC HAIR LOTIONS LOTIONS of ALOE with of ALOE CONDITIONER ADDS SIUINESS AND HOLDS DENTAL PLATES HOLDS FAST ALL DAY h with Turtle Oil Cocoa Butter I0DT Bee- sm ,aiue! Ree. '6.00 Value! I Vali U $76 nn o i 3' TURVILLE HEATH. England (AP) Police studied Sunday pictures of a daring jewel thief silhouetted in the act of climbing into a country mansion where Mrs. Jacqueline Onassis is staying in England. The burglar stole gems valued at more than $12,000 belonging to Mrs. Onassis' sister, Princess Lee Radziwill Friday night. The burglar, who climbed a ladder to a bedroom window, must have thought he got away unseen. But he didn't. Photographer Oldrich Kara-sek was hanging around the edge of the mansion's grounds hoping for a picture of Mrs. Onassis and her Greek millionaire husband, Aristotle. He unexpectedly saw the burglar. Sudan Seeks Mediator Role BEIRUT (UPI) - The Sudan is trying to mediate an end to Yemen's 6-year-old civil war, royalist Yemeni sources said Saturday. The peace initiative follows statements b" both sides indicating a willingness to talk. There also have been efforts by former Yemeni Premier Ahmed Noman to bring together the royaist followers of Imam Mohammed Al-Badr and Republicans who ousted him in 1962. Al-Badr called Friday for a national congress of all Yemeni parties, leaders and tribal sheiks to bring about an accord." he said he was "not fighting for my return to the throne'' but for the peoples' right to choose the kind of regime they want. New Zealand Baker Claims Second Loaf WELLINGTON. New Zealand i APi - The local baker in the small town of Khakune claims a world record for the longest loaf of bread. He is the second New Zealand baker in three months to makesuehaclaim. John T. Gould's masterpiece was turned out of his ovens at 66 feet 1 inch. The record attempt was made to raise funds for the local baby-care society. The loaf was auctioned for 20 New Zealand dollars ($22.40 U.S.), then cut into pieces and sold for a total of 63 New Zealand dollars i $70.56 U.S. for the society. For the record, the loaf contained: seven pounds of yeast. 70 pounds of flour: two pounds of salt, four pounds of gluten, 21 pounds of fat. It was baked in nine-foot sections each .taking half an hour. 2.25 SIZE 4 oz. PKGE. f W V ' l I Mil imi!!1 I 79' si" r "inBBB .L.ii.1.1 ir 't H2331 TUU FttTini ti GILBEY'S THREE SEAGRAM'S f Vv J :' . K . 7-crown. aa IMPORTED CUTTY SARK SCOTCH 90 TKOOF GIN FEATHERS BLEND L THREE. $39 "V QUART $29 Vfc 1 FIFTH $SsZ. ""iP"' $R39 lOJ Kl FIFTH QUART MATTINGLY AND MOORE ECHO SPRINGS Bp GILBEYS VODKA HAIG AND HAIG 5-STAR SCOTCH BOURBON nniinnnii'rTirt m Mattincii Moore 01 W 59 FIFTH 99 FIFTH I touBO J )99 LZ FIFTH UPlTHraMo BEATLES-LOOK-ALIKES - Allan Gold, 23, of the Bronx, N.Y., top, and Gail Trail. 15,of North Bellmore, N.Y., were Judged the contestants most closely resembling John Lennon and Ringo Starr, respectively, in a New York Gty contest. Each holds a cartoon likeness of his (or her) look alike. Li FIFTH K U1 X E TIP

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