The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 20, 1968 · Page 15
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 15

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, November 20, 1968
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-Palm Beach Post. Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1968-15 SEE LAINHART t POTTER'S GIFT CENTER Clubs In Action Drug Film At Meeting Drills Jig Saws Circular Saws Sanders vim man Black a Vt DRILL KIT...8 PIECES Beta Phi Iota Dr. C. L. Brumback will be the guest speaker at a joint meeting of Beta Phi and Iota chapters of Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority tonight at 8 at the Mental Health Association. Guests at the meeting will be the newly elected ADK Florida state president. Dr. Patricia Carter, and state corresponding secretary, Miss Marion Hennebury. Dr. Carter, a resident of Palm Beach Gardens, is a professor of education at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton. Miss Hennebury lives in Lake Worth and is a teacher at Barton Elementary School there. U-100 14" drill. :8". 316" & 14" Bits. Wheel arbor. Horizontal drill stand. Chuck key. Chuck key holder. (U-100 drill alone, $10.99) REG. VALUE $15.44 "1 Decker. 8 U-140-2 MJfflMm SANDER BY PHYLLIS MCINTYRE Staff Writer Tom Johnson. State attorney, will discuss "drugs in our schools and community"' and show an award-winning film at Thursday's meeting of the Federation of Jewish Women at 8 p.m. in Temple Beth El. Mr. Johnson was educated in the Palm Beach County school system and received his law degree from the University of Miami. He has been a practicing attorney for IS years. President of the Palm Beach Junior College Alumni Association, he is also a member of the National District Attorneys Association, and the L. Trevette Lockwood Lodge, Palm Beach. Among his other activities he lists membership in the Palm Beach County Shrine Club. The meeting is open to the public and parents of teen-age children will find it of special interest. A question and answer period will follow Mr. Johnson's talk. Gold Coast Woman's Club Bring articles for Vietnamese refugees when you attend the Thursday meeting of the Gold Coast Woman's Club at A f Chubby f Fashions for i Children j SIMONS 1 i 216 Clematis St. 4 Wist Palm Beach & 3s KIT REG. VALUE $26.32 DRILL U-205-3 99 " VARIABLE SPEED DRILL U 205-2 i4" Variable Drill. Carrying case. Carrying Backing Sanding discs. 27 19 Finishing Sander. Blue metallic case. 20 sheets of assorted paper. (Sander alone, $21.88) pieces in. all. (Drill alone, $17.77) -122-2 14 pieces. U-124 " drill. case, Bits, Abrasive discs. l paa. rv pad. More (Drill alone, $14.44) I KIT REG. VALUE $29.41 KIT Reg. Value Speed Bits. $33.01 9777 lLLUAC 2-SPEED JIG SAW KIT U-255-4 36 88 nri nvr cutoff $27.77) J i blade 1 U-140 carrying sanding UtLUAC CIRCULAR U-230-1 Carrying (Saw JIG KIT . serve Center. 2901 Tuxedo Lane. Plans will be made for holiday projects and for sending packages to Vietnam and supporting WHOM (We're Helping Our Men I. Fifty percent of all proceeds from money-making projects will go to RCA chapter 20 to assist the men in meeting their quota for the Minute Man Memorial Bldg. in Washington, D.C. All members are asked to bring articles to send to Vietnam. A short skit, "Tater Theater", will be given by club members during the social hour, at which time ROA members will join them. An ROA-ROAL Christmas party is planned for Dec. 14 at Taboo. . .Where. . ROAD RUNNERS CLUB SQUARE DANCE Remuda Hall 2389 So. Military Trail 8 to 10:30 p m. DELRAY FAMILY AL-ANON GROUP 51 No. E. 5th Street Delray Beach. 8:30 p.m. CIVIL AIR PATROL Palm Beach Cadet Squadron PBIA Bldg 1175 7 p.m. WEIGHT WATCHERS of Palm Beach County. Inc. Palm Springs Bonanza Steak House 1029 No. Congress Ave.. 9:30 a.m. Palm Beach. Eastern Star Building 262 Sunrise Ave., 10 a.m.; Boca Raton. University Bowling Lanes 9:30 a.m. Richards Department Store Charm School 7:30 p.m.; Bonanza Steak House 1029 No. Congress Ave. 7:30 p.m.; office 7:30 p.m.; Boca Raton First Federal Savings and Loan 7:30 p.m. CIVIL AIR PATROL Lanta-na Lake Worth Senior Squadron Lantana Airport. 8 p.m. NAVY MOTHERS CLUB 742 at Prop and Sail Club Cur-rie Park, Flagler Drive. 8 p.m. WCTU Meeting at First M. E. Church Hibiscus Street and Flori da Avenue, 2 : 30 p. m. DAUGHTER OF AMERICA AT the CPA Hall 537 Pine Terrace 8 p.m. ZONTA CCUB luncheon meeting at Stouffer Restaurant Downtown Holiday Inn. noon. LADIES AUXILIARY OF NORTH MILITARY PARK Volunteer Fire House at the Fire Dept., 8 p.m. AUXILIARY AND BARRACKS 507 members of Veterans of WWI potluck luncheon at United Spanish War Veterans Home, 875 Okeechobee Road, noon. LUTHERAN WOMEN'S MISSIONARY LEAGUE of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Parish Hall. 2300 S. Dixie 8 p.m. LADIES! DO YOU KNOW WE CAN REPAIR YOUR VENETIAN BLINDS TO LOOK LIKE NEW Pick Up and Delivery JOHN TURNEY, Owner QUALITY CRAFT Venetian Blind Mgf. Co. 529 15th St. TEI-J174 SAW 99 REG. VALUE $26.41 Z3C if" 19 ti n 3f m REG. VALUE $40.36 IV4 SAW KIT 7Vi" Deluxe Saw. case. Adjustable REG. VALUE $62.33 49 99 guioe. nywooa alone, $44.44) U-255S Deluxe 2-Speed Jig Saw. Grey metallic kit box. Rip fence. 8 assorted 2 blades for wood. U-153-4 U-153 Jig Saw, carrying case. for metal cutting. 4 blades V Blade p 15 pouch. (Saw alone, $17.77) uicirrtuc r'xmm mats 7- 11 a.m.. in the Singer Island Holiday Inn. Mrs. Eugene Borda. state chairman youth guidance division, home life department. Florida Federation of Woman's Clubs, will be guest speaker at the meeting. Instead of exchanging gifts this year, contributions will be accepted for the club's project, the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center of Palm Beach County. ROM November is national membership month for the Reserve Officers Association Ladies Club and all members are expected to bring a prospective member to the meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Army Re- What. THURSDAY NOV. 21 SALVATION ARMY WOMEN'S HOME LEAGUES At West Gate Community center. 10 a.m. at the Citadel 500 So. Dixie7:30pm. UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS Ladies Auxiliary at the UCT Lodge Canal Road 8 7 p.m. NORTH COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS at the Riviera Beach Recreation Hall 180 Flagler Drive7:30 p.m. FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE co-sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women and the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County meeting Schwartzberg Hall. Temple Israel, 1 p.m. 9tt? pair (Itnitit SliHl Ma (hiI ton HE blades. (Saw alone, a new dimension with -i J 1 ' MA 11 .When AUXILIARY TO LANTANA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION at the Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 8 p.m. PYTHIAN SISTERS Fidelity Temple 44 at IOOF Hall 410 Datura Street 8 p.m. LAKE WORTH CHAPTER III OES at Masonic Temple Lake Worth. 8 p.m. PALM BEACH COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR DEAF CHILDREN Palmetto School Palmetto and Parker Avenue. 8 p.m. LADIES PHILOPTOCHOS SOCIETY, St. Catherines Greek Orthodox Church at the Church Educational Bldg.. 8 p.m. ROYAL PALM LODGE NO. 645 Vasa Order of America 1126 Clare Ave. Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, 8 p.m. TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL GOLD COAST CLUB 2727 Marina Inn, 7 p.m. NEW JERSEY CLUB Sunset Ridge Park lunch, cards A UBA LADIES CLUB Shrine Club 1369 Old Okeechobee Road, games party following, noon luiicheon. COTERIE CLUB of the Palm Beaches business luncheon. Airport Olympus Restaurant. 10:45a.m. CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA AUXILIARY at the First Presbyterian Church 301 So. 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