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Palm Beach Post. Tuesday. Nov. 19, 196fr-3 CHRYSLER CORPORATION Engineers Save Ancient Temples Soviet Boss Returns MOSCOW . UPI ) - soviet Communist party chief Leonid I. Brezhnev returned home Monday from Warsaw and a meeting of the Polish party, the news agency Tass ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS ROOM AIR CONDITIONING WITH HV YEAR WARRANTY ON All PARTS EXCLUSIVE WITH CHRYSLER BUY THEM AT .. 1 I Ilard-Line Lollipops MOSCOW i UPI i - Russian candy stores are selling lollipops from Czechoslovakia with wrappers saying ' Life is sweeter with Czechoslovak candv." Bv National Geographic WASHINGTON - Defiant of the ages. Ramesses II. god-king of Egypt, again sits enthroned above the waters of the Nile. The two ancient temples of Abu Simbel honoring Ramesses have been preserved in all their glory by an international salvage project. A world team of engineers, scholars, and workmen financed bv the United Arab ReDublic. United States, and other members of UNESCO saved the temples. Hewn from a rock bluff 3.200 years ago. the shrines were threatened by the rising waters of Lake Nasser, created by the Aswan High Dam on the Nile River, the National Geographic Society says. Rescuing the temples was a project worthy of the Pharaohs. Four seated Colossi of Ramesses. each 67 feet high J 1601 N. MILITARY TRAIL 4J WEST PALM REACH. HA. OV 3-1424 34 HOC SHVKE LEGAL NOTICES and weighing 1.200 tons, guarded the entrance to the Great Temple. Six additional giant statues of Ramesses and Queen Nefertari. his favorite consort, stood vigil before an adjacent Small Temple. Engineers advanced ingenious solutions to save the treasures. One suggested cutting the temples free and floating them on huge rafts to higher ground. Another proposed freeing the monuments from the rock and using jacks to raise each in a single huge mass, one weighing 291.500 tons: the other. 60.500 tons. Egypt and UNESCO finally decided to dismantle the temples in large segments and reassemble the massive blocks on a plateau 212 feet above the doomed site. Work began in April 1964. The opening round almost went to the Nile. Engineers worked feverishly to erect an 80-foot cofferdam to ward off an unexpected flood: a com plex drainage system back-stopped the dam. A massive layer of iron-rich sandstone around the Great Temple presented further complications. Workmen removed 142.000 cubic yards with dynamite. Another 29.000 cubic yards were painstakingly loosened by pneumatic drill and excavated by hand. In the final stage, giant derricks lifted more than a thousand temple blocks weighing from 10 to 30 tons and transferred them to low-bed trailers which inched up roads carved from the mountainside. Workers applied a coating of synthetic resin to guard against crumbling before a cut was made in any decorated surface. Many of the blocks were further strengthened by steel-rod lifting bars. Measurements were computed so carefully that the blocks were reassembled with a precision of !'-, of an inch or JOHN GARY SHOW less like pieces of a giant jigsaw puzzle. Viewed from the lake, the marvel of Abu Simbel remains untarnished. Pharaoh's engineers oriented the Great Temple so skillfully that twice yearly the sun illuminated the innermost chamber and blessed the statues of the god Amun and Ramesses. Modern engineers did their job so well that the sun will continue to shine full on the figures of Amun and the god-king himself each February and October, as it did some 3.200 years ago. Assault Suspect Pleads Innocent A West Palm Beach man. charged with assault with intent to commit rape, pleaded innocent at his arraignment in Criminal Court Monday. CarlS. Wilt. 3S. of 1825 Alice Ave., is also charged with kidnapping and causing a minor to become delinquent. He is accused of assaulting a 15-year-old girl near Forest Hill Boulevard and Florida's Turnpike on Oct. 19. Held in the county jail on So .000 bond. Wilt has been scheduled for trial the week of March 3. 1969. Constanline On Tour LONDON iUPIi - King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece flew to London from B u -sels Mondav for a private visit. No. 2952 IN THE COURT OP THK, COUNTY .MIH.E; IN AND KOK PALM BEAUHCOl NTY. FLORIDA: I.N PROBATE, No. 27448 ESTATE OF CLARAN de VILLA-SAINZ Deceased NOT ICEOE PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT: You are hereby notified that a written instrument purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said decedent has been admitted to probate in said Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of this notice to appear in said Court and show cause, if any you can. why the action of said Court in admitting said will to probate should not stand revoked.. Paul T.Douglas Countv Judge Palm Beach County, Florida BvGlennH. Abling. Clerk John R. Dav P. O. Box 11)89 Lake Worth, Florida Attorney lor Estate Pub. : Oct. 29, Nov. 5. 12. 19. 1968 CHARLTON HESTON and SOPHIA LOREN in COLOR 7 P.H. TONIGHT EL CID No. tm NOT IC E T O C R E D ITO RS -7 X FA IN THE COl RT OK THE CO I' NT .11 IK.E. IN AM) FOR PALM BEACH nFTvnn )S ( Ol M Y, FLORIDA; I.N PROBATE, PART TWO IN RE: ESTATE OF EDWIN J. CAREY, a so known as Edward J.Carey Deceased. TONIGHT 9 PM V To All Creditors. Legatees. Distrib TONIGHT'S SPECIAL GUESTS ARE ANDY RUSSELL. . . AGNES MOOREHEAD . . . JIM BACKUS AND SANDY BARON 17 utees and persons Having Anv Claims or Demands Against Said Estate' You and each of vou are hereby IN COLOR notified that you are required by Law to present any claims and demands GM MARK Of XCElltNCI A-nicn you, or euner oi you. may nave against the estate of EDWIN J. CAREY, also known as Edward J. Carey, deceased, late of said County, to the Countv Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida, at his oflice in the court house of said Countv at West Palm Beach, Florida, within six calendar months from the time ot the first publication ol this notice. Each claim or demand shall be in writing In duplicate, and shall state the place of residence and post office address of the claimant, and shall be sworn to bv the claimant, his agent, or his attorney, and any such claim or demand not so filed shall be void. NATALIE W.CAREY EDWIN J. CAREY. JR. P AT R IC I A O' DON N F.U , r V P, F Y MARY ELLIS CAREY BARNES As executors of the Last Will and Testament of Edwin J. Carey, deceased. BURNS M1DDLETON ROGERS FARRELL FAUST Attorneys for Executors 205 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, Florida Pub: Oct. 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19, 1968 iPunii pi tea NO. 2975 Notice To Creditors IN THE COURT OF THE COl'NTY .11' DUE, IN AND FOR PALM REAC H COl'NTY, FLORIDA; IN PROBATE, No. 27176 IN RE: ESTATE OF MORRIS B ZIFF To All Creditors. Legatees. Distributees and Persons Having Any Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that you are required by Law to present any claims and demands which vou, or either of you. mav have against the estate of MORSlS B. ZIFF. deceased, late of said Countv, to the County Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida, at his office In the court house of said County at West Palm Beach, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication of this notice. Ea'h claim or demand shall be In writing in duplicate, and shall state the place of residence and post office address of the claimant, and shall be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, or his attorney, and any such claim or demand not so filed shall be void. IDA BARON As executrix of the Last Will and Testament of MORRIS B. ZIFF. deceased. HARRY B. DUFFY, ESO DUFFY, SLADON & K ERST EN Attornevfor Executrix 424 Bayview Building Fort Lauderdale. Florida 33304 Pub. : Nov. 5, 12. 19, 26, 1968 No. WW NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The Town of Mangonla Park. Flori da, Invites bids on the construction of a Fire Hall to be located within the Town limits of Mangonla Park. In structions to oiaaers. plans ana specifications are located at the Town Clerk's office, 4703 Voss Road, Man There's excitement in these other packages too: Corvette Stingray, Chevelle SS 396, Camaro SS, Camaro Z28 and Nova SS. You'll find them all where the big noise is coming from. The Sports Shop at your Chevrolet dealer's. Vaaarrrrrooooooooommm! Chevrolet's got a big surprise for the guy who'd buy a sports car if only it had more room. It's the 1S69 Impala SS 427. It's a full-sized family-sized Chevrolet. But it's also a lot more. Like all Impalas, it comes with a 119-inch wheel-base, Astro Ventilation and full door-glass styling. Like all Chevy Sportsters, it comes with a beefed- up suspension and grabby red-stripe wide oval tires. Under the hood, it's more of the same. We tucked in a 427-cubic-inch 390-horsepower Turbo-Jet V8. Backing that up, there's a heavy-duty clutch, stabilizer bar and a special 3-speed transmission. What does all that mean? It means the SS 427 is the kind of car you can take for a workout even if you're just going to work. gonla Park, Florida, from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. Sealed bids are to be submitted to the olflce of the Town Clerk at the above address on or before December 16, 1968. The Town of Mangonla Park reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted. Mangonla Park, Florida By: -s- Roy R. Burnsed Roy R. Burnsed, Mavor Pub. : Nov. 12, 19. 26, Dec. 3, 1968. Putting you first, keeps us first. No. 2997 LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District at the District's of fices at 901 Evernla Street. West Palm Beach. Florida, until 10:00 A.M., EST December 4. 1968 for furnishing FO B.. West Palm Beach, Florida the following: 10-TU.T TOP TRAILERS 11 DIESEL TRACTORS with 5' MOWER 3 - DIESEL TRACTORS with 72' CUTTER Bid forms and specifications may bt obtained at the office of the District. The Governing Board reserves the right to reject anv or all bids CENTHAi; AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT, bv ItsGoverning Board By: -- MerrlttM Moon Purchasing Agent Pub Nov. 12. 19. 1968. N n. 'I'm ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FLORIDA STATE DEPARTMENT OK EDUCATION Tallahassee. Florida SCHOOLHOUSE SYSTEMS PROJ- ( T-PRIM. RAM 3 MOTICE TO BUILDING SUBSYSTEMS CONTRACTORS: Sealed bids will be received at 3 "O p m. Thursday. December 12. 1968. in 'he ollire of St hool house Systems Project (SSP), State Department of Education, Tallahassee. Florida, for ,'urnishing and installing structural, :lgh ting-ceiling, healing ventilat l ng-,ur conditioning. Interior partitions, roofing, cabinets and carpet building sub systems for the following new construction: 1. Leon County. 7 schools, new construction W9M 2. Palm Beach County, 1 school, flew construction 8 5M 3 Seminole County, 1 school, NE construction ,,..8M Total . . $8-iM 4 Such 'others that may join prior to receipt of bids. The Department will act as AGENT to receive bids and nominate successful bidders to the participating group. Bids shall be accompanied by a cashier's check, or a bid bond, In the amount of 5 per cent of the bid price, and made payable to the Boards of ..... , i MMi yvi iri r---t-rT -y . tP " " " ' " '''' " ' " " I ' 6Jr,jrrii'.,rn. - ' 7, i 1 ; -r.tmummi Public Instruction of the participating districts. The successful bidder will be required to furnish an acceptable performance and payment bond equal to liK) per cent of the contract pnc( . executed bv Surety licensed to do bi slness in Florida. Th Department reserves the right to reject any and all bids and waive technicalities. Performance Specifications, Schematic Drawings and instructions bidders are available at the office t.( SSP. 347 South Duval Street. Talla hassee. Florida, for the cost of repro duction and handling. $75.00. This cos. Is not refundable. FLORIDA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Floyd T. Christian, Superintendent Pub : Nov. 18.104.22.1688. '69 Impala SS 427 Custom Coupe.