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Dividends Declared Jacksonville Cattle Florida Vegetables 32-Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 20. 1968 LYON-NICKEL CAFETERIA 707 Royal Peintianei - Serving Palm Beach time 1 950 luncheon Speaah daily eicepl Sunday By United Pre International Pene4 An Pay Rtcorfl EXTRA Tr Mtn Pipe .. .10 1J-31 n-i Trico Prod .15 12-13 11JI Univ Marion .40 12-27 124 SPECIAL Seaway Food .10 1-15 1213 Blue Chip Stocks Carry Market To Unusual Gain INCREASE Souerbroles ond Potato Foncoko (loner) ond Dinner) Hunaorion. 6oulosh Noodles (Dinner only) loost lound of leef (Unco ond Dinner) 35 12-13 12-16 .25 37'1 12-14 Coleman Co Contl Stl Munsingweer P S El K G South) Roy Seaway Food Shuiton 112? 11- 29 12- 2 11- 29 123 12- 13 12-6 1 1:30 A.M. la 1: 15 P.M. . 4.30 P.M. te 1:00 P.M. - Daily and Sunday Q .41 1223 O .30 12-13 STOCK 115 1-17 BELLE GLADE, Nov. 19 FOB Shipping point information tor Tuesday as reported by Federal-State Market News Service. Precooling Extra. Lake Okeechobee Section: BEANS: MM. about steady; bu Harvesters u 00 CELERY: Mkt. steady; )4" crts. 1 dot S3 00. 2 j doi S3 00; 3 dot 13 00, 4 do!. S3 00; 6 and 8 doi 13 00. Hearts 24s $4 35. CHINESE CABBAGE: 16 crts II 50 CORN: Mkt steady; Crts. 4 1-5 dot. Yellow S3 00; White MOO. ENDIVE: Mkt. steady; 11-9 bucrts. 2 50 ESCAROLE: Mkt. steady; H-9 bucrts. S2 25 LETTUCE: Romaine Mkt. stronger; 11-9 bucrts $3 00; Boston crts. 24s 13 00; Bibb 12 qt. bkts. tl 75-2 00; Leaf 4-5 bucrts. S2 00 PARSLEY: Mkt steady, crts. 5 dot curly S4 5O-5 O0; Plain 14 00-4 SO RADISHES: Mkt steady; bkits and dns. reds 30-6 oi films Jl 50 Fort Myers-lmmokalee Section: CUCUMBER: Mkt firm; bu. tew $10 00; Fairquality 1700-8 00. PEPPERS: Mkt about steady, bu. Cal-Wonder Ige S5 00; Med S3 SO TOMATOES: Mkt. steady; 40 lb. ctns. 85 per cent more US No. I Igr. 110.00; 6 7 S9 00; 7-7 SI 00 Fort Pierce Section: TOMATOES: Mkt steady, 40 lb ctns 70 to 75 per cent more US No. I 5-6 19 00, 6-6 S9 00, 6-7 U 00 , 7-7 17 00 12-10 11-29 1215 12-2 4pc 2pc YEAREND .10 DECREASE .20 USUAL Q -31' Q 30 O .20 Ohio Ferro 12-23 12-10 l-l 12-16 12-31 .12' I 12-16 45 12-20 JACKSONVILLE I AP) - Florida cattle receipts et eight markets 4,108 compered 3,800 week ago. Slaughter steers: choice 800-1 200 lbs. 26 00-28 40, good 800-1100 lbs. 24 50-27 00. Heilerv good 500-100 lbs. 22 00-25 50, standard 20 50-23 00 Cows: utility 17 50-21 00, cutter IS 00-17.75. Bulls: utility 19 00-23 00, cutter 18 00-20 50. Calves Choice 275-500 lbs 25 50-28 00. good 23 00- 27 00 Standard 21 00-24 00 Veaiers and 150-275 lb calves: choice 34 00-38 00, good 28 00-35 00, standard 23 00-30 00 Feeder steer calves: choice 300-500 lbs 26 00-29 50, good 23 00-27 50, standard 21 00-25 00 150-300 lbs. 26 00-31 00. Standard 23 00-29 00 Heifer Calves: good 300-500 lbs 21 50-24 25. standard 19 00-22 75. good 150-300 lbs. 24 00-29 00. Steers few choice 500400 lbs 24 50-26.50, good 450-750 lbs 22 50-25 50 Heifers: good 400-700 lbs. 20 50-23 50, standard 350-600 lbs 1100- 21 00, utility 16 00-18 SO Cows feeder and replacement: standard and good 16.00-21.00, utility 14 50-18 00 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (UHI) - (USOA)-LivestOCk Tuesday: Hogs 5,000. Barrows and gilts under 220 lb. fully steady, over 220 lb. steady to 25 lower, moderately ectlve. No. 1-2 sorted 200-220 lb 19 00-19 50, around 200 head 215 lb. 19 50, 46 head I9 60, No. 1- 3 200-230 lb. 18 25-11 75, No. 2-3 225-240 lb 17.75-18 25; No. 2 4 240-260 lb. 17 00-17 75 ; 260-280 lb. 16 50-17 00 Sows steady to 25 lower, moderately active. No 1-3 330 400 lb. 15 00-15 75, 400-500 lb. 14 50-15 25, No 2-3 500-600 lb. 14 00-14 50, boars 12 50-14 00. Cattle 1,400, calves none. Trading on slaughter classes modereteiy ectlve. Slaughter steers about steady. Slaughter heifers end cows steady to weak. Choice 975-1175 lb. No 2-4 slaughter steers 27 75-28 50; mixed good and .choice 27 00-27 75; good 26 00-27 00; a tew standard and low good 24 00-26 00; choice 825-975 lb. No. 2- 4 slaughter heifers 26 25 - 27 00; mixed good and choice 25 50-26 25; good 24 00- 25 50, standard and low good 22 00-24 00, commercial cows 15.75-17.25; utility 16.50-17.50, a few high dressing 17.75; canners and cutters IS 00-17 00. Sheep 200. Wooled slaughter lambs iteady. Choice and prime 90-li8 lb. 26 50-27.25; good and choice 80-100 lb. 25.00-26 50. 12-14 12-20 12-13 1.50 .25 .10 .15 1-2 .09 11-29 NEW YORK (AP) - Blue chips came back into favor Tuesday as the stock market staged an advance which surprised some because there will be another midweek closing Wednesday. The market recesses in midweek interrupt the existing trend and, for that reason, traders tend to become a bit chary in advance. Not so on Tuesday. Enough blue chip strength returned to the list to give the Dow Jones Industrial average a gain of 3.05 at 966.75. This left that average still below its high for 1968. Volume was 15.12 million shares compared with 1439 million shares Monday. The market was higher from the start and maintained its advantage, improving it somewhat as the session wore The international monetary crisis had no particular affect on the gold mining issues. They continued mixed, with investors apparently uncertain as to what the news meant to the gold miners. The general economic background remained more encouraging than not, analysts said. Of 1,582 issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange, V2 rose and 570 fell. New highs for the year totaled 156 and new lows 5. New historic peaks were achieved again, for the fifth straight session, by two broad indicators. The New York Stock Exchange index of some 1,200 common stocks rose 15 cents to a new high of $59.91. Standard & Poor's 500-stock index rose .22 to 106.14, a record. S&P's industrials also .27't 12-16 I7'1 12-16 .22', 1-2 .15 12-13 .08 12-16 17"j 12-16 Am Cyan Barden Corp Bausch & L Caressa Inc C F I Stl Cowles Comm Chi Pneum Christiana Sees Dep Corp Glen Dist Goldblatt Bros Greenman Bros Honeywell K S. Trecker Kirsch Co Kroehler Vfg Lodding Eng Lau Blow Lowes Co Mid Con Inc N E T & T N H Insur N Penn Gas Ohio Ed Parv- Dohr Pru Bldg Mt A H Robins Shop Rite Shuiton Tr Mtn Oil Trico Prod Union Sug Univ Marion Vanity Fair W Bancorp Whit Cable Wyomissing 09 1-31 12-2 11- 25 12- 6 12-2 11- 29 12- 2 12-6 11- 26 12- 10 12-2 12-9 11-20 11-29 11- 29 12- 2 12-6 11-29 11- 29 1-15 12- 2 12-10 12-13 12-12 12-2 12-12 12-2 11-29 11- 29 12- 6 12-4 11-29 11- 29 12- 6 12-10 124 12-6 12-16 1216 12-30 1-2 1-2 35'1 12-26 .10 12-31 07 12-20 12-10 12-13 1-2 12-31 12-13 Over The Counter Quotations from the NASD are represen-Ubve intw-dealer prices as of approximately 4 pm. Inter-dealer markets chanee throughout the dav. Prices do not Include retail markup, markdown or commission. Alico Land 17 18 lioe Creme Labs 7H Amer Bankers Life AssuranreCo. 20 21 Amer Bankers Life InsuranceCo. 28 28'. Amer. Hentaie Life Ins. Co I4S 15 Anvda Corporation I9't 19 Artec Oil 16. lfr. Bancstock Corp. of America ....15'. 16L. Billups Western 10-( II' 1st Nat l Bank of Palm Beach . 78 80 1st Nat 1 Bank of Riviera Beach 33 35 Fisher Foods 41 4li Kla. Pub Mil.. Common stk 20' II ' Florida Tile 28. 291.! Golf Life 32'. 32'. I.um's Inc 57'i 58'. Marriott Corporation 30'. 31 National Life Insurance of Fla. .11 ll'i Soroban Engineering 35't US Sugar 50 51 L'nivts. Inc I9i 201 IVt 12-10 .15 12-27 .25 12-20 30 12-27 ,12'i 12-16 .15 1-10 Grain Table The Range: Open High Cotton Futures Low Close Prev. made a record, gaining .23 at 115.43. Since the closely watched Dow Industrials were still lagging, the ability of these broad indexes to make new highs seemed to lack charisma in Wall Street. Certainly,, there was no great ebullience; but quiet confidence seemed to pervade the market place. Eight of the 15 most active stocks advanced, five declined and two were unchanged. Lionel was the most active stock, up 2'b at 138-8 on 490,-400 shares. It was a big percentage gain for this lower-priced issue. Unconfirmed rumors of merger surrounded its sharp upsurge. Textron, off 7i at 42, was the second most active stock. It was boosted among the volume leaders by blocks of 199,-000 and 93.700 shares. The uncertainty of Wall Street's reaction to the monetary crisis in Europe was shown by the fact that the biggest gold miner, Homestake, closed unchanged while Dome Mines dropped 3a, Campbell Red Lake rose '4 and Mcln-tyre Porcupine closed unchanged. Auto stocks again put on a dismal performance. All the Big Three auto stocks fell more than a point. American Motors lost 5-8. The return of investment money to the blue chips among the Dow industrials was shown by Du Pont, up 2V8, General Foods, up 14. International Paper, up 13b, Procter & Gamble, up 234, Swi't, up 1V4, and Westinghouse Electric, up l5s. Among prominent losers, Ling-Temco-Vought dropped 1, Polaroid ls8, U.S. Smelting 1, Johns-Manville l'g and Merck IV4. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange. Volume was 7.79 million shares compared with 7.14 million Monday. The exchange's index was up 12 cents at $31.51. U.S. Treasury and Corporate bonds were mixed. WHEAT Dec Klti if)ifi '1.-11325" fLf iTHANBlfJG DINNER! 1.324 1.33' l.31' 1.3214 1.38"i 1.38' 1.37'a 1.38' 141 141 1.40V 1.41V 141'. 141', I 40' 4 140' 1.44 1.44' 143 I.WMj 1.18 1.18 1.1734 1.1734 1.23'i 1.22'j I.2U4 1.213,. 125 1.25 1 2434 1.24' I 27' . 1.27'4 1 26 1.26 1.25 1. 5 124'0 1.25 1.33', 1.3834 1.41' I 4134 1 44 1.1834 1.22 1 2534 1.27 1.2534 .71 '4 NEW YORK (UPD-Cotton futures contract No. I closed unchanged to 50 points lower. Open High Lew Close Chg. Jan .... 20 75B 20 75B-25 Apr ... 21. SON 21. SON Jun .. . 21.508 21.50N-50 Aug ... 22 40N 22.40N . Nov ... 22 SON 22.50N .. Jan ... 22.50N 22 SON . . Apr ... 22.50N 22.50N ... NEW YORK (UPD-Cotton futures contract No 2 closed 2 points higher to 10 F'linfs lower. ' -j, AL JOLSON to JAMES BROWN U 3 SHOWS NIGHTLY Mar May Jly Sep CORN Dec Mar May Jly Sep OATS Dec Mar May Jly Sep RYE Dec Mar May Jly Sep 9-11-1 TALENT AUDITIONS SUN. NI'lE any .71 70'4 69"a .66' .71 .7034 .69', 66 t 70'4 ,70'4 69 .66' .71 .70V, .69' .66' 66N .70 .69' .66', V.liri 1 Capt. Floyd Majors' Open High Low . 26 89 26 89 26 58 Chicago Grain CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans all were fractionally lower at the close Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was off V to one cent; corn off H to I; oats unchanged to off 'i; rye off 'Ai to 4k; and soybeans off Mi to 'i. Active selling lowered wheat one cent before resistance developed. New buying then induced short covering and prices 'ose one cent above early lows. Later etling was offset by spirited buying. Corn opened with active and mixed celling. Resistance developed and prices "ased 3 cent from early highs when rew buying then reversed the downturn. Later, commercial selling brought prices .'own to lows for the day. Liquidation in soybeans weakened nany options witl, active spread selling if the nearbys against buying of de-erreds. Rye moved in a narrow range as local and commission houses both bought and sold. Oats also remained in a narrow range in slow trade. Outside markets closed lower. ... 27 64 27 64 ... 27,99 28.06 27 40 27.80 1 17' 1.17' 1.163 .7V I. IS' 1.18' l.lt' CloseChg. 26 70 -10 27 56 - 8 28.02 2 28 JOB- 4 27.50B- 5 27 45B-10 27 55B-10 1.18' W J L. I 1 1 I I 1.19 Dec Mar May Jul Oct Dec Mar May A- 28.12 27 46 27 35 1 19' I 19', 1.1) 1.204 12l"4 1 20' in the SEAVIEW HOTEL . SINGER ISLAND .... 28.27B 28.34 .... 27 50 27.50 ... 27 50 27.54 ... 27 60S .... ... 27.60B .... 1.2034 1 21' ... 27.55B-10 Nominal. 1 . I7'.'41 1.18' 1.19', 1.2034 1.2)34 2.56' 2.60' 2 643 2 671 2 68' 2 63' 2.48' Asked; B-Bid; N- SOYBEANS Nov 2 57' 2.57V, 2.56V4 2.57V4 Jan 2.60 2.60 2.59' 2 60 Mar 2.643 2.65' 2.64'j 2 64"i May 2 68 2 61 2 67'4 2 67 Jly 2 6834 2 69'4 2 68 2 68'j COUNTRY CRYSTAL LAKE CLUB Aug 2.6334 2 64', 2 63' 4 2 64 Sep 2 48 '4 2 48' j 2.4734 2.48 Thursday, November 28 Fresh Fruit Cup Seafood Cocktail Tomato Juice Chopped Chicken Liver$ SAMPLE RD., 2i Ml. WEST OF U.S. 1, POMPANO BEACH, FLA. SOYBEAN OIL Dec Market Indicator Closing net price change of all NYSE stocks traded, computed by Quotron Service, was up 3B (3B-100ths per cent) from previous day's close. Using April 1, 1966 prices es a 100 base, the Indicator closed Tuesday at 136.21. Issues Share Volume Advances 772 8,550,000 Declines 570 4,750,000 Unchanged 240 1,820,000 Total 1,582 15,120,000 7 95 7 98 8 04 8 10 8 13 Preterm 809 8 12 8.17 823 824 8 15 802 Jan Mar May Jly Aug Sep AP r,onl-n union joup (.ream ot wushroom Soup dS, ROAST YOUNO TURKEY, DRESSING. GIBLET GRAVY S3 SO J1 ROAST IONG ISIAND DUCKLING. BINS CHERRIES S3 SO ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF, AU JUS 14 75 Butter And Epps CHICAGO (UPI-USDA)-Butter market Tuesday: Wholesale selling prices paid delivered to Chicago unchanged. 93 score tf'i; 92 score 66V 90 score 66. Eggs: Prices paid delivered to Chicago higher. All grades too few to report. 8.06 7.87 768 7.84 Oct SOYBEAN MEAL 789 7 93 798 806 8.07 8 06 787 7.67 71.55 71.80 73.35 74 50 75.45 75 50 72.00 70.00 in 8 11 1 15 8.20 8.20 8.14B 7.99B 7.80B 71.75 72.15 73.65 74 75 75 55 75 458 71.65B 70.00B 793 796 803 8.10 8.13 803 792 7.74 72.30 72.35 73 85 75 05 75.95 75 80 71.80 70.20 Dec 72.25 72 40 ROOF TOP DINING under the canopy 72.40 73.95 75.15 75 90 75.75 72 00 70.40 72.45 73.95 75.15 75 90 75 75 72 00 70.40 Jan Mar May Jly Aug Sep Oct B-Bid; OVEItOOKINO THI BEACH AND THI ATLANTIC OCEAN Whipped Potatoes Butternut Squash candied Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Waldorf Salad Tossed Salad Pumpkin Pie -Hot Mince Pie - Chocolate Eclair Chocolate Sundae -Orange Sherbet-Strawberry Sundae Creme De Menthe Sundae NUTS MINTS Coffee Tea Milk Children under 12 years, $1.00 less RESERVATIONS ONLY PHONI 965-0044 Dining Timet: 1:00 3:00 - 5:00 7:00 7500 Si. Andrtwt Rood , lake Worth, Florida S Mil. Wnl l Million) oil tali Woilh Road, Jutt Bvforo Iho Sunthin Rarkway InloicKango I 1 . ALA CARTE DINNER SERVICE ALSO BOUNTIFUL BUFFET $4.95 and featuring Wed. Nov. 20 thru Wed. Nov. 27 THE FOUR SAINTS outstanding Musical Comedy 3 shows nitely 8-10 & 12 NO COVER No Entertainment Charge Reservation 942-2533 N-Nominel. MA MA LOUS LOOKOUT , LOUNGE AND BAR Mi FAMOUS TIKI... OPEN TO 1 AM SINGER ISLAND . PALM BEACH SHORES - FAMILY STYLE OUR SPECIALS $150 t ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF. 9a, PAN FRIED CHICKEN All YOU CAN EAT ? 2" Tax Free Bonds Selected daily quotations of tax exempt public authority bonds furnished by the Palm Beach office of Goodbody and Co. 832-6331 Chesa Bay Br 5i 00 4l'i 44i - Kla Tump 4i 01 96 99 4 91 III Toll Rd 3i '95 84 87' 4 80 HI Toll Rd 4"i 98 99'-4 102 t 88 Ind Toll Rd 3'i '94 77. 80 5 08 Jville Exp 4 '92 2'i 85 5 18 Jville Exp 4 10 03 82'. 85 5 18 Ka Tump 3", '94 75'i 77'. 5 02 Ky Turnp W 4 85 00 89" 92'. 5 41 Mai-k Br Auth 4 94 841 88'i4 70 Me Turnp 4 '89 94 97'. 4 20 Mass Turnp 3 30 '94 78i 79 4 75 Mass Turnp 4 15 02 804 84'. 5 19 N J Tump 3'. '85 89'. 911 4 06 N J Tump 4i 06 91i 94' 4 94 1 Turnp 3' 1 92 88J 91 3 88 V Va Turnp 3'i 89 68i 71', flat OPEN FOR BREAKFAST LUNCHEON - DINNER EVENING RESERVATIONS PH 844-0233 cafoioi'las PALM COAST PLAZA 7925 S. Dixie. W.P.B. DELRAY HEIDELBERG featuring our famous good food What Stock Did By United Press International Tuesday Monday Wk Ago New Highs 156 152 131 New Lows .... 5 6 13 Advances 772 721 95. Declines '. 570 634 471 Unchanged .... 240 232 173 Totalw . . 1582 1587 1600 New York Stock Exchange sales today - 15,120,000. New York Stock Exchange Bond sales today - 120.830,000. Kgg Futures CHICAGO (UPD-Egg futures Tuesday. Open High Low Close Shells eggs: Nov 341 25 39 05 M.15 3170 Dec 39 30 39 70 31 90 39 40 Jan 38.75 38.95 38 30 38 45 Apr 36.25N Sep 37 00 37.00 36.90 36.90A Frozen whole eggs: Dec 27.70 27 70 27.05 27.40 Jan 26 90 27.10 26 85 27.10 A-Asked; N-Nominal. Tampa Kgs TAMPA (UP!) - The West Central and Northeast Florida egg and poultry markets. Eggs (all sales to retailers) Florida Grade A: Extra large, 52-56 mos., 52''3 cartoned. Large, 49''i-53'i mos., 501 1 cartoned. Medium, 45-49 mos., 46 cartoned. Small, 35-42 mos., 38 cartoned. Florida hen markets; Hens, light type, alt weights, live at farms, 06''a-09 mos., 08' i. Co dit mmo les TWO SHOWS MGIITLY 8:.U)& 11:30 P.M. Ml COUNTRY CLUB Whole, Roasted, Young TURKEY 12 lb. guaranteed uncooked wt. ready for your TIIA.RSf.lVI(. l)ll.lt Skillfully prepared by our chef Show, singing waiters, floating. Complete fannon-Ameritoo menu, tl Olsen, your host and M(. ( From Thomson & McKlnnon) Rubber March 2250-2325 No 8 Sugar March 301 NO. 8 Sugar May 310 Wool Tops March 1646-1655 Grease Wool 1202-1207 Lead March 1275-N Copper March 4650-60 Zinc March 1250-N For 278-0755 Reservation!' 99 330 So. Federal Highway Delray Beach "IT'S A BALL YOU'LL LOVE IT!" only Dl MC 2 qts S&S Dressing lqt.S&S Gravy 10 SPECIAL ALL TAKE OUT PIES ONLY $1.00 a ioA . A 10L ALL TURKEY ORDERS TAKEN before Nov. 25, '68 will receive first pie with turkey for only 59' Ind exes mm A & i ii n n Close Change 59 91 0.17 62 29 0 14 56 22 -0 03 48.30 0.25 80.00 0.51 INDEXES 59 91 up 0 17 53151 up 0 12 136.21 pc up 0 38 pc 966 75 up 3 05 106.14 up 0.22 ip-rn R if News Of Record FINAL CIVIL JUDGMENTS 67-C-4090 - H. L. whigham vs. South Florida Grassing. Inc. Judgment for defendant. 66- C-1533 - Vera Well man vs. Estelle Parker, Inc. Judgment for defendant. 67- C-4864 - Harold W. Milligan vs. Maurice B. Baskin. Judgment for plaintiff. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Kurt S. Petersen, 17, Sharon L. Hug, 16, both of West Palm Beach. Charles K Kraft, 19, and Terry L. Van Benthuysen, 19, both of West Palm Beach. Jack O. Bailey, 27, and Nancy L. Hodg-kins, 26, both of West Palm Beach. Winnie R. Jinright Jr., 20, of Homestead, and Dinah E. Sides, 21, of Belle Glade Donnle D. Wood, 22, of Oconne, III., and Rita J. Hedrlk, 16, ol Del ray Beach. Allan J. Salmon, 52, and Irine Vereen, 56, both of BelleGlade. Alan A. Joselyn, 25, and Donna L. Stoneburgh, 23, both of West Palm Beach. Fred L. Dunnam, 29, and Mary E. Lyt-es, 30, both of West Palm Beach. DIVORCE SUITS FILED Samuel D. Wright vs. Haiel Wright Patricia A. Biby vs. Richard L. Biby. Clifford H. Fossett vs. Martha E. Fos-sett. Saundra E. Sampson vs. Tommle L. Sampson. Linda Roberts vs. Fletcher G. Roberls Jr. Edna K. Sims vs. Spencer Sims Common Index Industrials Transport Utilities Finance MARKET NYSE Index ASE Index UPI Indicator Dow Jones Ind S&P 500 Stocks II If l 1 III! I "V 1 l& WW mm SmM ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY uDO Lunch l$j"f'or Dinner V4y Choice of Si Amigo! Today is . . . MISS A SUMMER VACATION? Just a few hours by car, an easy cruise by boat, puts you in the resort world of Pier 66, So very handy, even a brief holiday rewards you with plenty of pleasure-time. And all the pleasures are here. A superb marina for boating, fishing. Par-three golf. Two swim pools. Fine-food restaurants. Nightly entertainment and dancing. Famous revolving Pier Top Lounge. Every room or suite is luxurious and low summer rates prevail all fall. Just hop In your car, or boat and sail down. Taste like lobster, look like shrimp. Succulent tiny shellfish from Chile, baked in our special au Gratin sauce. Luscious! f PARTY DANCE I 1 8:OOP.M. J ( ISLWDKK KOOM I 1 SEAVIEW HOTEL 1 f SINGER ISLAND (. WW 8 SIM Real gourmet dining I Nyman'sP UMITSI.' OF Hi HOUSE OF AT Plump pieces of King Crab bakeH in rich wine Newburg sauce. Road And Bridge VERO BEACH - County Administrator Jack Jennings announced that Dewey Walker, 45, of S. Gifford Road, has been appointed a staff assistant in the Indian River County Road and Bridge Department. Walker, a native of Vero Beach, was born on John's Island in 1923. and was graduated from Vero Beach High School in 1941. He served five years in the Navy from 1942-1947. Walker is married and has two children. Walker's duties will include some field work, but mostly he will serve as office assistant in the department's courthouse office. PRIME RIBS Penney's Restaurant! SPECIAL MENU WITH TWO DINNERS for ONE PRICE! Served between 5-6 P.M. Except Holidays 732-9741 PIER SB fltOS South Federal Hwy. loyntoH loach 17th STREET CAUSEWAT e DfPT FT -11 toil lAUDEIOAtf , FLORIDA 33)l Fresh choice shrimp simmered in special barbecue sauce. Served piping hot in casserole. Shrimply delicious I TODAY'S SPANISH MENU THREE "TAC0S" ?1 THREE "ENCHILADAS" I SIX HOT TAM ALES 75 GUACAMOLE SALAD 35' MEXICAN CHILI 45' MEXICAN BEANS 20' MEXICAN RICE 20' All served with French Fries or Baked Potato, Hush Puppy, Corn Fritter, Cole Slaw, Rolls and Butter. f dinner a I schrafft's rtur well nrrffrf hars diicense drinks with lavish care We invite you to enter our doors and dine with us. Lunch and dinner served Monday through Saturday 11:30 a.m. -9:00 p.m. Sunday dinner from Noon 'til 9:00 p.m. DIMRTMIHT ITORK MEAT LOAF DINNER SertW with tasty . . . Whipped Potatoes Green Beam Roll t Butter Ship Captain's Buffet Luncheon, 1 1:45 to 2 PM, except Sunday Lunch and Dinner - 7 Days West Point Beach - 7400 S. Dixie Hwy. - 582-5822 North Palm Beach - 661 U.S. Hwy. - 848-5245 Boca Raton - 1701 H. Federal Hwy. - 395-8181 Also in Perrine, Coral Gobies, Miami, North Miami, Dania, Ft. Lauderdale South, Ft. Lauderdale North, Pompano Beach, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Orlando (Maitland), Cocoo beach RESTAURANT HOURS OPEN 9 A.M. Til 8:30 P.M. Monday thru Saturday Strawberry Shortcake LAZA jOYAL jOINCIANA (J 39 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 832-2432 MOOl.tO-RKDGnil.L PALM BEACH

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