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20 Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1968 t v v.. w : . . ...1 n jger 4ilt Dentistry, Vet Schools Set For 1971 At UF FOR DISTINGUISHED RESORT FASHIONS Offering Our Usual Fine Selcetioa of Distinguished Clulhrs for Dress and Casual H ear (Stze, 8 to 44 and half uzn l2Vi to 22Vl) SEE . .ft 1 .X. n v. a - si l 1 e f .si sri"l isn a .-I'll ST -3 P' V i v! W : I vl ) ml Staff Hhuto By Torn-lies STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL Marines Collecting 'Toys For Tots' MIAMI BEACH BEACH , is a is WINTER PARK 259 WORTH AVENUE 100 E. ATLANTIC AVENUE N. OCEAN BOULEVARD 1060 KANE CONCOURSE 258 PARK AVENUE, NORTH i ' w I BY REQUEST. A surprising number of local Gold Coas-lers have contacted us to request more information concerning a $75 million property transfer news item which we casually mentioned here Last week. (And how could we be casual about a $75 million deal? It's just the Palm Beach euphoria . . . ) We mistakenly assumed that most localites already had read an Associated Press wire report, which told of the return to Boca Raton investment tycoon J. Myer Schine of $75 million in theaters, hotels and assorted realty properties; properties which Schine had sold to the Realty Equities Corp., of New York nearly two years ago, but on which Realty Equities reportedly had defaulted on payments. We told of contacting Mr. Schine at his Boca Raton digs and obtaining from him confirmation of the fact that he once again owns the Boca Raton Sun and Surf Club grouns at Boca, and other extensive parcels of land along the Gold Coast. Additional factors which we didn't mention include the return to Schine Enterprises of a tract of oceanfront property on Ocean Ridge, just south of the Boynton Beach inlet; the return to the Schines of the Roney Plaza, McAllister and Gulf Stream hotels in Miami and Miami Beach; and the repossession of several sizeable strips of beachfront in northern Boca Raton city environs. AND WE CAN ADD a new bit of info to the foregoing: Chatting with Mr. Schine, this reporter now has the definite impression he might be willing to part with some of his Palm Beach County properties, piece-meal. But that's only our impression, y'understand. . . MISCELLANY OF THE MOMENT: Mike Conners. star of the "Mannix" TV show (CBS Channel 4), recently concluded an 11-city tour, and has been holidaying in the Palm Beach-Vt. Lauderdale area. We recently spotted the lad dining at the .legant Le Dome of the Four Seasons, down Ft. Lauderdale vay . . . Lady Diana Ewing is chairman of the upcoming 20th annual card party and tea to benefit West Palm Beach's Good Samaritan Hospital, an event which will be held Saturday, Nov. 20, at the Palm Beach Bath and Tennis Club ... The Keyboard dinner dance to benefit the Palm Beach Sympho-nette will be at Marshall Grant's dine-and-dance emporium in Palm Beach on Tuesday, Dec. 3, under the aegis of honorary chairmen Mrs. Frank McMahon, Mrs. John R. Drexel 3rd and Mrs. Alfons Landa, with Mrs. H. P. Daniels and Mrs. R. P. Chubb as general committee co-chairmen. . . MUCH ACTIVITY in the world of art. along our county coastline . . . Former newspaperwoman and feature writer Joan B. Lindsley will open the newest addition to Gold Coast art galleries, the Lindsley Gallery at Boca Raton, during the first week in December, .'oan has rounded up an impressive group of works by fames European painters and sculptors, including thought-provoking statuary entitled "Vietnam." by the well known Italian sculptress Anna Vita, who recently received the Croce Lateranense excellence-in-art award from the Vatican. The Lindsley Gallery also will feature daily exhibitions of contemporary American art, with oils by noted "Sea and City" impressionist Kitty Brandfield . . . The Del-ray Art League has set up new headquarters on N.E. 2nd St. in Delray Beach, where its first exhibit under the new roof-tree opened this past weekend ... Palm Beach's internationally peripatetic art collector Tanya Brooks due back any day. at her two Galleries (the MiniGalerie and Gallerie Montmar-tre) on Via de Mario, in Palm Beach . . . From New York, we hear that Wally Findlay's Wally F. Galleries' exhibit of ballet paintings by Jean Jansem is a huge success. We hope Wally brings some of Jansem's work to the Findlay Galleries here in Palm Beach, this season the Jansems flew to N.Y. from Paris, for the Wally F. Galleries opening event, by the bye. . Florida's only author to have a complete room at a university filled with his collection of notes and memorabilia. "Barefoot Mailman" author Ted Pratt apparently has another best seller on his hands, the "That was Palm Beach" booklet Continued To Page 21 PALM BEACH - New colleges of dentistry and veterinary medicine at the University of Florida will hopefully be ready for their initial classes by 1971 it was reported here Tuesday by Stephen C. O'Connell, the university's new president. The approaching session of the state legislature will be asked to provide planning funds as part of a $12 million request for state funds to obtain matching federal funds of $19 million for building the new schools, he said. The former state Supreme Court justice said both schools were urgently needed to help reduce drastic shortages of both dentists and veterinarians within the state. He pointed out that there are only 16 colleges of veterinary medicine in the United States today and that none of those are in Florida. "Our college will not only help reduce the shortage of some 500 veterinarians here, but it will also encourage the establishment of more horse and cattle breeding farms in the state." he added. O'Connell. a former resident of Palm Beach, was here for groundbreaking ceremonies of the university's initial building in the Palm Beach Graduate Engineering Center at 45th Street just east of Interstate 95. The school is temporarily located in the Bazaar Plaza in Riviera Beach. In discussing the outlook for the university at a press conference at Palm Beach Towers, O'Connell said the projected enrollment at the school in 1975 is 25.000. "There is little doubt that we will reach that figure before 1975," he said. "Our enrollment today is 19,848 and the Board of Regents has set the maximum number of students we can handle with our present facilities at 20,000." But while pointing out the university's need for expanded facilities, O'Connell warned against new facilities at the cost of quality education. "There is not now a school of higher education in Florida that can qualify for an excellent' grading," he said. The State University and the University of Florida are both approaching that desired level he added, but said, "We must all continue to improve our faculties to reach that point." He told of the universitiy's efforts to get an outstanding physicist on its faculty. "But the man we wanted demanded 200 hours of computer time for his own use and we just couldn't offer him that much time with our equipment. "It is the teacher that does research that keeps his students interested and produces quality education. Many of our state universities in this country have several times more computers than we have. "That's why I say we can't demand new facilities at the cost of quality education." O'Connell also warned that increased tuition was necessary because of rising costs in operating the university. "We are going to have to double our tuition," he sad "from $125 a quarter to $250." BLOOD'S HAMMOCK CROVES Shipment l&MfiXS Araneemenl. aTanreloj CHRISTMAS SHIPMENTS DEADLINE DEC. 10TH DELRAY BEACH PALM J --- FT. LAUDERDALE PALM BEACH DELRAY BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE MIAMI BEACH WINTER PARK From Ah 1 3500 UMn Oili ana t rail S.E. 10th St. IMIOXK or Atlantic Ave. to Military Trail - Follow Signs 278-7B7I - UKI.KAV BKAC II VI OSVU M M) VS i M r FORMER NEWSPAPERWOMAN and feature writer Joan B. Lindsley will open newest Gold Coast art gallery, the Lindsley Gallery, at Boca Raton. Mr. and Mrs. George Cardigan recently enjoyed Frog Legs a la Chef Durette" . . . at the BON-SOIR RESTAURANT FRANK & GIVO OPEN EVLIV EVENING S a m. It I u. huaraaaht bltrtaiaaiaat THE PARTY ROOM FOR YOUR PRIVATE PARTIES A Very Special, Complete THANKSGIVING TURKEY DINNER will b Hived liom i le 10 p m. 409 North Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH Tel: 833-9904 1 BUICKS BUICKS BUICKS! LOWEST PRICES IN SOUTH FLORIDA! SEE US before you buy any car ' IUICK MICH START AT '2295 at your friendly It nick Dealer FRANK COULSON BUICK Inc. "In Little Delray" 1616 H. Federal Hwy. Phone; 278-3292 FINEST SERVICE Direct Factory Dealer """flevueforSwW1 Al JOISON fo JAMES BROWN J aha featurina 1 PATTY DAVIS 3 SHOWS NITELY 9- Jl - 1 TALENT AUDITIONS SUN. NITE I th. SEAVIEW HOTEL . SINGER ISLAND! jjgv.,,,.. "If n i r f , ...... A J t " A State Road 70 in Ft. Pierce, and 2421 W. Okeechobee Rd. West Palm Beach; Avis Rent-A-Car at 119 1st St., West Palm Beach; Garden Lanes Bowling, 3169 North Lake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens. Toys may also be left at the Marine Corps Reserve Training Center, 1226 Marine Drive, West Palm Beach. 3 Counties Send Many To FAU One out of four students at the University of Florida come from the three area counties: Palm Beach, Dade and Broward, according to Dr. Frank Goodwin. Dr. Goodwin, professor emeritus of the College of Business Administration of the University of Florida, spoke before the Downtown Rotary Club Tuesday at the Marina Inn. He stressed that the university serves the whole state. The institution, he said, has home economics and agriculture research personnel in 66 of the 67 counties of the state. If offers courses in graduate engineering in five cities. Because of its off-campus courses it is drawing industries to the state. The university is one of the three outstanding universities of the United States, Dr. Goodwin said. In 1918, 50 years ago, the University of Florida had 470 students with a faculty of 41 and a budget of $200,000. Today it has approximately 20,000 students with a faculty of 2.000 and a budget of $80 million. "Only two other universities in the United States offer the range of subjects that we have to offer," Dr. Goodwin said. Phil O'Connell, a member, who is brother of the president of the university, Stephen C. O'Connell, introduced the speaker. THANKSGIVING DINNKK 12 Noon until All ore served . . . Adults $4.50 to $5.95 PLUMOSA AREA, DELRAY BEACH . . . 3 or 4 bedroom 3 botfil. lorgt kitchen Mporcrt dining room 2900 iq. ft. living oroo. Screened roofed Potio with fireplace 580 iq. ft. large lot. Price, S39.500 UNF E,eu,j, with PLASTRIDGE, INC. 426 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach Phone 278-281 Local Marine Reservists will launch their annual "Toys for Tots" campaign today, Major Alvin P. Kulgway. Jr., commanding officer of Company C, 4th Amphibian Tractor Battalion, announced. The toy drive will continue until Dec. 21. This will be the seventh drive conducted in the Palm Beach area." Ridway said. "And if the coming campaign is as successful as those in past years, we expect to make a lot of children happy this Christmas." Last year, the Marines, working with local business and civic groups, collected over 15 .000 toys which were distributed by the Salvation Army to over 5,000 needy children in the Palm Beaches. Nationally, Marine Reserve units are conducting toy drives in over 200 cities in 45 states. Over five million toys are collected annually. Toys may be left at the following businesses who are joining in this year's "Toys for Tots" campaign: McDonald hamburger stands at 2315 N. Dixie. Lake Worth, 3551 N. Broadway, Riviera Beach. Dirkscn In Hospital LIVINGSTON'. N.J. i APi -Sen. Everett M. Dirksen. the Senate Minority Leader, was resting comfortably Tuesday after undergoing a series of undisclosed tests at St. Barnabas Medical Center. A hospital spokesman said the 72-year-old Illinois Republican entered the center Monday afternoon for a 'lew days lor a checkup." He declined to say why Dirksen. who is staying in a 70-a-day suite in the hospital's executive suite, decided to come to St. Barnabas. However, the hospital has the nation's largest hyperbaric high pressure oxygen chamber. This unit has been used in the treatment of lung disorders, particularly emphysema, from which Dirksen has long suffered. The spokesman would not comment on whether treatments in the chamber are scheduled. A nurse on his floor said the senator was "very friendly, but very tired." Dirksen has been plagued wilh disorders in the past. An inllamed retina in his ngh e. e temporarily forced him to retire from the House of Representatives. Then two years ago he was laid up for several months ith a fractured hip. Male Jaguar Lured BRASILIA lAP) - Gilber-to. the 220-pound jaguar that escaped from the local zoo last month, is enjoying martial bliss and contentment with Indira, the female jaguar responsible for his capture. He had 18 days of freedom before being lured into a trap with raw meat and Indira's amorous cries. Activities Today WKST PALM BEACH Republican Club. 9am. Kmt Federal Saving Southern Houlevard Independent Order of Oddfellows. I p m . I O O K Temple 410 Datura St Kiss Lodge. I3S2. 8 p m . Indfte bull-ding, meeting All States Tourist Club. 7 30 pa.. Howard Park, bridge partv Senior ("linens, 2 pm. All States Clubhouse. Howard Park social RIVIKilA BEACH Recreation Hndce Club. 7 30 pm.. Recreation Center IftiE Flagler Drive. LAKE PARK Onrdv Bndge ( lass 10 a m . First Federal Savings. Federal Highway NOW OI'r 9hU oj Sweden HEAUTY SHOP HAIR STYLING COLORING - PERMANENTS Phone: 276-7327 7 S.E. Fifth Ave. DELRAY BEACH 'Hong Kong' Flu Epidemic Feared LUNCHEON, 12-2:30 p.m. WALL DECOR GADGETRY, to adorn the newly redecorated Trude Heller's Patio night spot at Palm Beach, is considered by distinguished Russian artist Rafeal Pisaref, at left, and the Patio's general manager Patrick Terrail. Trude reopens her famous discotheque next Tuesday, Nov. 26. Bob Davidoff Photo. CfHESLERlt? "REAL Italian Food" 235 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach COMPLETE, TRADITIONAL THANKSGIVING TURKEY DINNER or CHOICE ei ROAST SIRLOIN of BEEF in addition to regular menu. From 5pm... Revolutionary Wheat MOSCOW (UPI) - Soviet scientists have created a perennial wheat that can bring several harvests from a single sowing, a Russian farm newspaper reported Tuesday. tion process and the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (PMA) said output has been slowed by a seasonal shortage of amorous roosters and mature hens. "We should be licensing the first batch of vaccine toward the end of this month," Stewart said. "Then it (production! will climb through De cember. There isn't any wa-of accelerating it." After a person gets his shot two weeks lapse before he becomes immune. The PMA said drug firms plan total production of about 17.5 million doses, far short of needs if all 30 million Americans who are over 65 or chronically ill asked for a shot. But Stewart said it was "probably about the right level" because many persons who need flu shots never ask for them. The government has no inoculation program but has urged doctors to limit the vaccine to elderly and chronically sick people. A Public Health Service official indicated the PHS is hoping drug firms will not sell their limited vaccine supplies to large corporations which traditionally buy big batches of flu vaccine so they can inoculate their employes and hold down work absenteeism. DINNER 6-1 1 p.m. FOR RESERVATIONS 276-4540 IM I IIIOIIS On U.S. tfOne . at 5990 N. Federal Highway (Midwaybotwotn downtown Boca WASHINGTON (UPI) A new flu to which "more people are susceptible" than usual may cause a "real epidemic" this winter, the U. S surgeon general said Tuesday. He asked doctors to reserve scarce vaccine for "high risk" patients who might die without it. "If this follows the usual pattern, we should have a few outbreaks from now through December and then in January have a real epidemic," Dr. William H. Stewart said in an interview. "It's very much like what one would expect with the flu that we get every year." Stewart said of the new strain, called A-2 Hong Kong 68, which was brought to the United States from the Far East. "People who get it feel miserable, and then in two or three or four days it's over, except you may have a kind of lassitude for a while. "The exception is the patient who is elderly or chronically ill." It is for this group, from which an estimated 60.000 died during the 1957 Asian flu epidemic, that drug makers are rushing production of a new vaccine. The virus strain must feed on fertile eggs in the produc BOCA RATON Telephone: 395-1669 "The Landmark Ocnnfront Seafood Hetlauranl of the Palm Beachet" The Seascape Restaurant and Overlooking-the-Ocean Cocktail Lounge TRADITIONAL THAMSGIYIXG TURKEY DINNER for $3.25, beginning at 1 p.m., Nov. 28th SIS ALL NEW Restaurant! Ann and Uv Kins I'lllll lll.Y AHNOI'NCK OPEN DAILY li a.m. to Midnight SUNDAYS 4 to 11 p m. and Dolray) it if OPEN DAILY AT 5 p.m. (CtoMd Mondays) ii:i II AY OPEN DAILY AT 5 P M. THANKSGIVING DINNER OPEN 12 NOON N.Y. It DIMNER MUSIC 1 "Complete Furnishings of Distinction " Virginia Jackson, A.l.D. Owner: W. C. LePage 530 So. Fodoral Hwy. DELRAY BEACH Phono: 276-4077

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