The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 22, 1968 · Page 4
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 4

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 22, 1968
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t-Paim Beach Post. Friday, Nov. 22, 1968 Chamber Aide Sees No State Tax Relief g.&The "CHIEF" DONATE PLASMA YOU CAN EARN J30-MOO Per week in your spare time. We need Plasma donors with a history of RH Babies or multiple transfusions. For information phone MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, INC. 41? SOUTH OLIVE WEST PAIM BEACH 833-749 "FOOTBALL TIMES" By HY WHITE Staff Writer No tax relief is forecast, according to the report of Charles G Hays, executive vice president of the Greater West Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce. Hays made the statement in his report on the meeting of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce held in Orlando the first of the week to the Merchants Division session at the FRIDAY, NOV. 22 SAT., NOV. 23 n 2 )T DAYS MM Marina Inn. formerly the George Washington Hotel. Thursday. The state group discussed "What to expect at the next legislature." "Not only will there be no tax relief." Hays reported, "but the consensus was that several hundred million dollars more will be needed in the next biennium. We will have to find new sources of revenue to finance BIG 18" DIAC COLOR COLOR GIANT 23" niAG SCREEN DON'T "PASS" UP THIS DEAL RECTANGULAR PICTURE 180 SQ IN VIEWING AREA Color TV's largest picture 295 sq. in. rectangular piuure COLOR giant 23' screen IJIA(,. color tvs largest TPQHS- Oeeonio niulti-tiand parlable radio 29$ sq. in picture rectangular picture You say UNBELIEVABLE? So did we . . . but then almost no-one would believe a small home instrument could outperform organs costing thousands of dollars more. Allen calls this spectacular performer the "Carousel" ... we call it a Complete Instrument System. Honestly, this instrument which has been years in the designing, authentically reproduces the magnificent tones oi a concert grand piano, even to the authentic impact of the felted hammers and the sound decay of vibrating strings. It reproduces with equal fidelity the harpsichord, trumpet, violin, oboe, banjo, clarinet, rinky-tink piano, drums, guitar, zither, bells, chimes, mandolins, Hawaiian guitar, or the mightiest church and theatre organs, or just about any other musical instrument or combina tion you can name. Patented swinging hammers strum, pick, pluck or twang to reproduce the sounds of any stringed instrument with unbelievable accuracy. Press the special tab to bring them all into play. The DAVISSON Z4535M j,f- education." Prof. David M. Georgoff of the College of Business and Public Administration. Florida Atlantic University, spoke on "Trends in Retailing." He predicted that the trends, as far as the future is concerned, was in favor of the small firm. He admitted that the larger firms are growing larger. In 1948 20.8 per cent of the retailers were doing a volume of $1 million a year; in 1963 it leaped to 38.4 per cent and the firms were doing twice as much business. In 1958 8.2 per cent of the retailers were doing business of $5 million or more per year; in 1963 this had jumped to 11 6 per cent. He forecast an increase in specialty stores. George Greenberg announced that there were now 15 highway signs saying "Shop Downtown." "These will help attract attention and bring people to the downtown area." Greenberg said. The group discussed the menace of shoplifting. Leon Goldsmith suggested the hiring of off-duty police. No action was taken on this. Sam Krieger of the Credit Association of Palm Beach County explained the project that is now being formed that includes debt management and counselling service. The purpose, Krieger said, is to get people out of debt, keep them from going bankrupt and teach them how to stay out of debt. il-r" Early American styled console with Early American styled The MENDEL Z3912W All new handsomely styled Decorator-Compact tahle model Color TV with vinyl clad metal unmet in grained Valnut color. 5" x 3" Twin-Cone Speaker Dipole Antenna for VHF reception gallery, spooled vertical columns in the grille area, four simulated drawers, and bracket feet with concealed casters. Genuine Maple veneers and select hardwood solids, exclusive of decorative overlay, with the look of fine distressing, 9" Oval and 5" x 3" Twin- CAP Cone Speakers. JM V C ; The ERICSSON 24541W Dislintlive Danish Modern styled console in genuine oil finished Walnut veneers and select hardwood solids with concealed casters. C.ihinet features Scandia . . styled base. $SAVE Jlifl iSJ990 When you come ifl lot dimonttration j ol iny Zantth quality imtrgnrnt, We really love this Carousel . . . it's UNBELIEVABLE! If you have ever considered an organ for your home, you owe it to yourself to come in and experience this Don't Be Fooled By A "Quarterback Sneak" Buy From The ROYAL 3000-1 The radio powered to tune in the world brings you FMAM plus short wave, marine-weather, full carrier AM amateur broadcasts 9 bands in all. 12 transistors. Operates on 9 "D" cell batteries. Earphone jack plus jack for AC power supply. Separate band switch with band-spread tuning. Ebony color cabinet. The "Chief" Breaks Through The Line For A Winning Touchdown, And You Are The Winner magnificent instrument. ,V II II The "Chief" & SAVE For Those Whose CHIEF Concern Is The BEST, SEE US 10 Blocks South of Downtown Lake Worth OPEN MON. & FRI. NITES 'TIL 9 P.M. You are cordially invited to attend the first showing in Florida of these organs, Saturday, November 23rd at the American Legion Hall, 625 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach, Fla. Open House is 2 till 7 P.M., A recital by Mr. George Knadler, Staff Organist for Allen Organ Company at 8 P.M. This project, originated by r.j.-v, v..h...ub the association, has the full 932 So. Dixie-Lake Worth, Ph. 582-1400 cooperation" of the Palm tion, Legal Aid Society and the he r amity service Agency said. Sickler Music, Inc. 519 Clematis Street WPB Telephone 833-3704 open eveRy niqht til 930 'tiL chmstirus route to jms I e .vetting 1 (firi.sfiiMi.v shops k r-, I i ktj ? - men'$ boutique It's a man 's world of good leather, toiletries, handsome jewelry, imported accesso ries at prices to please all buduets. the pale tones H lrim-a-home Put your home in proper Christmas spirit. Pretty baubles jnim here and abroad set the Santa scene Stanton Junior forecasts a promising fashion career for these beautifully tailored pastels! Soft twill blends of acetate and rayon are bonded to keep their great shapes. Left, wrap bodice, pink or yellow. Right, coat style, pink or blue. Junior petite sizes 3 to 13, 23.00 JM JUNIOR DRESSES, SECOND FLOOR H Y? toyland A veritable joyland rhuih-full of all the things that make Christmas so much fun for the urown-ups as 0 u ell as the youngsters. PALM BEACH MALL Kill potpourri thop A II the excitement of a bazaar; color and beauty to delight the eye; with a gathering of practical housewares PA LM BE A CM MA LL PA RK FREE!

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