The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 20, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

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H-Palra Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 20. 1968 Candle Sale Gleam Of Hope For Retarded MR. AND MRS. Zeta O micron Mrs. Carson Holder will be hostess at the Thursday evening meeting at 8 p.m. of Zeta Into Music." . All members are asked to bring canned goods for the Thanksgiving baskets, says Mrs. W. A. Kuga. publicity chairman. Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in her home at 5794 Balfrey Drive. West Palm Beach. Mrs. Clifford Del Santo will present the program "Poetry IMBRESCIA V" :V" Lines From Lake Worth, Lantana By BETTY LINN Staff Writer A proclamation was issued by Mayor Robert C. Johnson of Lake Worth designating November 22 as Flame of Hope Day in support of the national effort to make the mentally retarded financially independent and self-sufficient. In the four years Flame of . Hope candles have been made by the retarded, almost one half million dollars in sales has been recorded. Half of this goes into salaries for mentally retarded men and women who make the candles. The remainder is used by the locally sponsoring organizations for their own projects, in mental retarda- es for area servicemen the field of in J Our fitters know how to Our fitters know how to I compromise. I hey make X I compromise. They make Cf W parents happy by giving a girl a beautiful fit. Then they make girls happy by giving them a beautiful shoe. And that's what counts. Right? Black calf S1V0 Pre-teen 5-8 THE l- X. S Christmas5 Members are reminded to bring Christmas gifts for the Okeechobee Boys School. Games, toys and clothing will help brighten they boys' holiday. Couple Feted Mr. and Mrs. Michael I m-brescia. for 17 years owners of the Star Motel in Lake Worth recently celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with a Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Later, they and 50 guests had dinner at the Carling House Restaurant on Military Trail. After dinner, a three-tiered wedding cake topped with a golden "50" was served. The Imbrescias have two children. Mrs. Lucille Alosso and Joseph Imbrescia. two grandchildren. Mrs. Betty Alosso Levesque and Michael Alosso. and four great grandchildren. Arriving from Van Buren. Maine was their granddaughter Betty Alosso Levesque and two of her children, Debbie and Noble, Jr. From Melrose. Mass. came Mrs. Imbrescia's sister and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Carino. Their niece, Mrs. Dora Menard and her two children came up from Fort Lauderdale, and almost all the employees of King's Department Store, where Mr. Imbrescia worked for seven years were also present to enjoy the festivities. Turkey Trot The Home and School Association of Sacred Heart School in Lake Worth and the Holy Spirit Parish have joined together to sponsor a Turkey Trot Dance to be held at the Lake Worth Casino on Saturday 23 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music will be supplied by Les Franklin and his band. Tickets may be purchased at the door. TRIDEKITE Excitement is a1 SHOE of Quality Life's all fun and games to a boy. And no shoe is going to stand in his way. That's why boys need a fitter who won't stop till he's sure a shoe is doing all the right things. And that's our kind of fitter. so Brown & black. Boys' sizes 3-6 1 3 18" SUPER SCREEN TV 0 DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH Under the management of Belk-Lindsey, where Floridians shop with confidence DIAG. 184 tq. in. pklwrt WITH SPACE COMMAND Tun TV ocrcm th room with a press of 0 button and "Silent Sound" SPACE COMMAND ; TRANSISTORIZED REMOTE CONTROL The VENTURA Z2041W tion. In Lake Worth, the Jay-ceettes are sponsoring the distribution and sale of the candles with Mrs. Henry Varnadore as chairman. In 1963 the idea of the candles originated with Mrs. Eunice Kennedy Schriver who thought that having the retarded make the candles would demonstrate their employment capabilities. The idea proved to be sound and the John F. Kennedy Flame of Hope Candles may bring hope to the mentally retarded in this area. Mrs. Rose Kennedy will appear on the Today Show Friday between 8:30 and 9 a.m. to talk about the candles and the Kennedy family's great interest in helping the retarded. Mrs. Varnadore said the Jayceettes will be selling the candles in Lake Worth on November 22, and will continue to sell them until Christmas on Saturday at Resales for Retarded on the corner of 25th and North Dixie in West Palm Beach. Home Tour Tickets are on sale for the Home Tour sponsored by the Lake Worth Junior Woman's Club to be held on Dec. 8 for the benefit of the Osborne Day Care Center, Inc. Four women's groups are working together for the tour. Among these are the WSCS of Lakeside Methodist Church, who are in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Sprague's home in Atlantis; the Lake Worth Woman's Club who will be showing the home of Mrs. Harry Fellhauer in Lake Worth. The woman's division of the Osborne Day Care Center, Inc. will be on hand at Judge and Mrs. Russell Morrow's home on the edge of the Lake Worth Golf Course, and the Junior Woman's Club will sponsor the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Snapp of Lake Worth. Co-chairmanship of the home tour is in the hands of Mrs. Richard Palermo and Mrs. Benjamin Stebor of the Lake Worth Junior Woman's Club and Chairmen of the cooperating groups are Mrs. Thelma Bentine of the Lake Worth Woman's Club, Mrs. Lawrence Hahn of the woman's division of Osborre Day Care Center, Inc., and Mrs. William Missimer, WSCS of Lakeside Methodist Church. According to Mrs. Palermo, the tour will last from 2-5 p.m. and refreshments will be served at one of the homes. Tickets may be purchased from any of the chairmen and additional information may be had by calling Lawrence Hahn at 585-2201. Post 3588 Now that the Ladies Auxiliary and Junior Girls Unit of VFW Post 3588 have finished wrapping and mailing packag- ffli RATOR FA 19995 mm NOW... sit anywhere and enjoy natural stereo sound... Vietnam. Cootie Pup Tent 15 will send Christmas cards enclosing four packets of Kool-Aid in each. Gifts will be given also to some 80 hospitalized veterans at the Southeast Florida Tuberculosis Hospital in Lantana. These women recently contributed $35 to the Tommy Jimmy Fund the proceeds of a kaffeeklatsch. Mrs. Robert Metz. Junior Unit chairman has announced that the girls are making favors to be put on the Christmas dinner trays of the patients in the ward they adopted at Miami Veterans Administration Hospital. The girls are also making Christmas cards with note pads, combs, pens and other small items. UNICEF UNICEF received $845 from the Halloween collection in the drive sponsored by the Church Women United of Lake Worth according to Mrs. L.H. Hahn, chairman. Mrs. Hahn expressed appreciation for the cooperation of eight churches in the area, five civic clubs and the Salvation Army in the fund drive. Corsage Unit The Marie L. Butler Corsage Unit of the Town and Country Garden Club will meet on Monday, Nov. 25, in the recreation room of the Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of Palm Beach, 7700 South Dixie, at 9:30 a.m. The workshop will be how to make roses from corn husks. Church Bazaar The Ladies Willing Worker Band of the Lake Worth Church of God is sponsoring their annual bazaar at the church fellowship hall, 714 North F Street on Friday Nov. 22 from 3-8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The booths will include a novelty and gift shop, where many Christmas selections may be found. A rummage sale, country store, bake sale homemade candy booth and snack bar. The public is invited. District Nurses District 40 Nurses will hold their monthly meeting in the nurses residence of the Southeast Florida Tuberculosis Hospital. Lantana. at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday. Mrs. Sally Lilenthal will preside and delegates to the recent state convention will give reports. All registered nurses are invited. Atlantis Alphas A membership tea for the Atlantic Alphas will be held today at the home of Mrs. E. W. Finnell, 272 North Country Club Drive. A program will be presented by Dr. D. L. Eldik with the film. "Eat Your Heart Out" featured. Membership chairman, Mrs. Jack Weber, announced that membership in the club is open to all women residents of Atlantis. Casuarina Club The Casuarina Woman's Club will have a guest speaker at their regular meeting today. 8 p.m. at the Lantana Recreation Center. Herbert C. Burden, of the Hagen Road Elementary School, Boynton Beach, will speak on "Education for Migrant Children." and he will be introduced by education chairman. Karl Loz-ier Jr., Mrs. Joseph Capella will be installed as recording secretary at this meeting. 1L . 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