The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 20, 1968 · Page 31
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 31

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Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1968-31 s Boca Unit By Family Opened Service Ex-TV Performer Sets Boca Concert FEC Beautification Plan Causes LW Traffic Jam cert is to begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free. As a tenor singer. Fontane has been giving religious concerts around the world since giving up show business several years ago. He has dedicated his voice to religious singing after being involved in an automobile accident which almost claimed his life. BOCA RATON - Tony Fon-tane. a former television and recording performer, with a group of 100 singers and instrumentalists, will open the winter sacred concert session at Bibletown Community Church with a concert performance Thanksgiving evening. Nov. 28. in the 2.000 seat Bibletown auditorium. The con the city for $500 a year to provide additional parking in downtown Lake Worth. The station was torn down a year ago by railroad authorities. "Apparently the order to block the entrance came from the (FECI president's office." City Manager Carl Kopp said Tuesday. "Our use of the land was overlooked, and the contractor hired to erect barriers installed the barrier." Kopp added: "The railroad is trying to stop encroachment on its property, as part of a beautification program. It understands our position now and is ready to take remedial steps." Although the barrier across the parking lot will be removed, a barrier bordering railroad property along East Coast Avenue will remain. The barrier is to deter dumping of rubbish and abandoned vehicles which have been cause of several complaints to city hall. BUCK'S MARKET (Formerly of Riviera Bach) Cor. lakt Ave. 4 Bunker R.B. Phone 5SS4372 2 Injured In Tractor, Car Wreck CLEWTSTO.N - The operator of a 1958-model sedan and a tractor driver were hospitalized Monday following a rear end collision on State Road S-832. about four miles south of here. Transferred to Good Samaritan Hospital with head and possible internal injuries was O'Neal Holtzclaw, 42, of Harlem, the operator of the sedan that struck the rear of the tractor owned by South Bay Growers, Inc.. according to Florida Highway Patrol trooper Bill Shirley. Admitted to Hendry General Hospital was Mark Edwards, 52. of South Bay, who was thpiwn from the slow-moving tractor following the collision in which both vehicles traveled 75 feet after the original impact. Shirley said Edwards barely escaped death as his head fell against one of the tires on the tractor as it skidded to a stop. The hat Edwards was wearing was smashed by the wheel, according to the trooper. The accident occurred near the Evercane sugar refinery. Both vehicles were traveling in a northerly direction at the time of the accident. Prices effective MEN'S SHOP COMPLETE TUXEDO RENTAL SERVICE lean sliced SlflQ BOILED HAM ,. Iua Frtsl,p'k Frtsh Pork L0IN-::69HIAf,1 l69f Boned, Rolled Wdr. , Grade A Quick Frozen roast 09c HENS 49c Sua,, Creek S... ...f - WIENERS OU: LIVER QJl Ricn'. ( (4 a fA ,,,r,Por'1 P A ICE CREAM 59 SAUSAGE 59' Small Meaty " SPARE RIBS lb. 3 7 704 Lake Ave. Lake Worth PURITAN Banlons & Sweaters LONDON FOG Jackets & Coats LEVI'S Casual Slacks DEANSGATE & CURLEE Sport Coats MIDDISHADE Blazers ARROW Shirts & Underwear JANTZEN I PLAYBOY Swim & Sportswear WEMBLY & ERNST Ties JAYMAR RUBY Sansabelt Slacks HIGGINS & FRETZ Dress & Sport Slacks BOCA RATON - The opening of a branch office in Boca Raton of the Family Service Agency of Palm Beach County. Inc.. was announced by Robert Stephanchick. executive director. "This is being done to provide services to all families in the south county area who in the past have found it difficult to go to West Palm Beach, the Final Yule Plans Slated BOYNTON BEACH - Final plans for "Christmas City '68" are to be laid at noon today at a meeting at the Greater Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce. Chamber executive vice president Cecil Farrar said that dour prizes will be awarded to interested parties participating in the mid-day meeting. . Farrar said dates will be set today for a Christmas choral program and for an adult Christmas season dance. Farrar commented that a date will be set for lighting the city's Christmas tree and street decorations. Santa Claus is scheduled to appear at the Chamber of Commerce between 3 and 5 p.m. on Dec. 15. REWARD to finder of this BUXTON Key-Tainer" A card inside tells finder to mail this to Buxton and get a free Key-Tainer as a reward. Then Buxton returns it to the owner. Get this new thin Key-Tainer: 6 loops, zipper, fine cowhide and all. The 702 Lake Ave., L.W. Palm Coast Plaza, W.P.B. Opn Evenings Til 9 "Drift in and Sea" I ff f if We Honor the Following Credit Cards: AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. CARTE BLANCHE DINERS CLUB CHARGE IT ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY TURKEY NOW! through Thanksgiving SUPERB 15" COLOR PORTABLE i r v im I (DOMI TV LAKE WORTH - A beautification project of the Florida East Coast Railroad has caused confusion to motorists in the city. Early morning motorists Monday were unable to take a short-cut through the FEC railroad station parking area, because a metal barrier had been erected across the entrance to Lake Avenue. The drivers had to reverse, or back out of the new cul-de-sac, before they were able to go north. Cars normally cut across the parking area to turn onto Lake Avenue and avoid sharp, tight turning, in a congested area. Buses also has had to deviate from the norm. The land is being leased by Cats Given Good Advice By Bulletin BOCA RATON - Mocking airds like to feed early in the morning and again late in the ilternoon. Cats like to feed on mocking )irds. Unless they've just eat-in. cats don't care when. Problem: How do you keep the cats from eating the birds? Solution: Feed the cats early in the morning and again late in the afternoon. This is the prescription for maintaining peace between the cats and the birds put forth by the Royal Oak Hills Association (Boca Ratonl. The association's Nov. 18 bulletin makes the request, "If you cats will kindly take your meals at the same time, indoors, of course, this will help maintain peace in the neighborhood." One other piece of advice: "Don't forget to wear your collar with that tinkley bell attached. It's the hip thing to do among cats these these days". Two Indicted On Bribe Count FORT PIERCE - A St. Lucie County Grand Jury Tuesday indicted Fort Pierce businessman Joseph Ciocca and real estate salesman D. Lloyd Johnson on charges of bribery. They are accused of offering Fort Pierce City Attorney Spencer Gilbert a $5,000 bribe last month to halt condemnation proceedings against a parcel of property sought by the city for a park. Witnesses testifying before the Grand Jury were Michael B. Wright, assistant city manager; Mayor Milton fucker, Gilbert, and Sheriff's Investigator Herschel O. Thompson. Boynton Seeking Police Car Bids BOYNTON BEACH -Specifications for four new police cars were being set Tuesday by City Purchasing Agent William Allan. The city is calling for bids on Dec. 16 for the V-8 powered, automatic transmission-equipped vehicles. Three of the 1969 model patrol cars are to be used by the uniformed force with one new car destined for. use by the detective bureau. NURSERY STORE HOURS 9a.M." 6 P.M. FRIDAY - 9A.M.-9P.M. Closed Sunday Today's BIGGEST PICTURES in space-saving fine-furniture location of our main office." he said. The local office will be located in the South County Neighborhood Center. 162 West Palmetto Park Road. Boca Raton. For the present, counseling will be available every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Family Service Agency, a member of the United Fund of Palm Beach County, the I'nited Fund of Boca Raton and the Delray Beach Community Chest, provides counseling service to families on marital troubles, on parent-child relationship, on debt management and problems of aging. Services are available to anyone regardless of race, creed, or income. Stephanchick said. Cost of service is entirely flexible, depending on the income of a family, and the number of dependents. He said fees may be adjusted, especially in circumstances beyond a family's control, such as extreme cost of medical care. "We now are completing our fourth of operation and are seeking additional professionally trained casework staff to handle the anticipated increase in requests for service," he said. "With the present divorce rate in Palm Beach County being one out of every 2.5 marriages, there is a great need for the help Family Service Agency offers. Girl Student Hurt By Car PAHOKEE - Thirteen-year-old Mary Lou Reeves, of 784 Joe Louis Ave., The Streamline, suffered possible internal injuries Tuesday, when she was struck by a northbound auto as she was en route to a local school. Florida Highway Patrol trooper G. L. McLain said the girl was hit by a northbound auto being operated by Costes Lee Kimes, 26, of 760 Joe Louis Ave. The girl was injured when Kimes reached across to close the door on the passenger side of the 1959 model sedan he was driving. His son, Costes Jr., 4, was riding with him. As the driver reached across to slain the door, the vehicle veered off the road onto the shoulder wuere the Reeves girl was walking near her home. The girl was taken to Everglades Memorial Hospital by Kimes and the father of the victim. She was struck in the back with the right fender of the auto, McLain said. THE DOG HOUSE RESTAURANT ALWAYS OPEN ... 24 HOURS DAILY 6500 S. DIXIE, W.P.B. 89 69 75 in town" SERVED ANYTIME FRIDAY NITE $1,25 PHONE 585-4456 ro. Yule Tree Lighting Set DELRAY BEACH - The city's own "growing" Christmas tree will be lighted at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2. The community tree lighting ceremony, sponsored annually by the Zonta Club of Delray Beach, will be held in the parking lot of the First National Bank of Delray Beach on Atlantic Avenue. The tree, planted by the First National Bank, serves as a permanent decoration for the community. Mayor Jack Saunders will officiate in turning on the lights. The Seacrest High School choir will present a Christmas concert. The annual ceremony won a cash award in July for the club at the Zonta International Convention in Minneapolis. The lighting ceremony was judged an "outstanding" public affair. Decoration of the tree by the Zonta Club is under the direction of co-chairmen Mrs. Nora Rauth and Mrs. Etha Merritt, who will be assisted by the Jaycees. Bethesda Hospital Head At Session BOYNTON BEACH - Russell T. Clayton, administrator of Bethesda Memorial Hospital here, is absent from his duties here this week to attend an American Hospital Association "institute" on hospital design in San Francisco. The hospital directors last week heard a consultant's opinion that Bethesda must be enlarged to meet the growing requirements of the growing community. It was estimated that expansion of the hospital will cost $6.5 million in the next ten years. Heads Fire Chiefs ' BOYNTON BEACH - City Fire Chief C. E. 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