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Palm Beach Post, 23 F riday, Nov. 22, l8- FABULOUS DEPARTMENT STORES Prices Efleciive Today 10 a.m. ir Saturday ID P.M. While Quantities last. Hotel Asks City Aid i ' On Parking Mavor DauiH Rn,i.. t u . .. ui i Palm Beach ThursH,,- , ceived a sue tost inn tn r,,. the parking problem at the Marina Inn .u 'ii iv me Oeorge Washington Hotel i from M. B e ""'iri Ul the inn. Frank askprl th .1 th tut LUV offer the use of tho tni,.,.,.,'i Parking Lot on 1st Street and Olive Avenue at the 'going rate for 20 ve ills I t tlt tm frt h ,i the parking revenue bond is- suei." Brady said he believed there would be no obst.iHp tn th agreement which Frank needs to finance his hotel renovation. The proposal now is being studied bv (' Evans. The question is to ho nra. Sented to the r1v n,.L...;.. for revue Monday. In the past. Frank .iU-oH th. city to solve a parking problem created hv a short inn if land at the inn site on 1st Street and Flagler Drive. Brady said Thursday that Frank will he hpin.H h.- n, relocation of the parking lot entrance from Smith (ii,.. .., viivc iu Narcissus Street. The citv is ennciHorlna lh ... ' ''p. inr relocation bee termed "(Innprrnnc un.HIJf,, turn from Olive into the lot " ZAYRE HAS PURCHASED THE DISTRIBUTORS ENTIRE STOCK OF THIS 1969 MODEL COLOR TV Chamber FAMOUS MOTOROLA - 6 SPEAKER - ICO WATT STEREO WITH FMAM i FM STEREO RADIO SOLID STATE STEREO 19JJ MEAS. Chairmen Announeed COLOR CONSOLE CO DIAG. STl ART - Committee chairmen lor the Stuart Chamber of Commerce for thp This beoutiful contemporary styled color TV just arrived. Features include- automatic fine tuning w h AFC electrons picture lock, automatic color to black & white I I y" tern, ,OHU Sfafe power rect,f,ers, largest color picture tube available. 6 powerful speakers, solid state efficiency - no tubes to burn nt in program of work (or the com ing year were announced Thursday by lialpli Randall, chamber president. Randall said Kenneth L. Ferguson, chamber first vice president, would be the general supervisor of the community betterment projects. Committees and chairmen under this category include: W. W. j, (Bill) Barrios, transportation; James L.' Overton, youth council; John Santarsiero Jr., sports and recreation; Dr. Owen L. McKinney. education; Larry E. Buchanan, governmental relations; H. 0. Frank, civic club liaison. Jack N. Sailer, second vice president, will be general supervisor of the business rlevel. "''"'"'"'" ' '""" "' i ni" MMm'--lmnljl,,l(, "i nmmif rmm ,f " wolrtr iiiiiiiiMiiliiimimi urn n iinf m lanrfituiiiiAiiiii' 'WrtMfai . Ji opment projects. Committees under this category include: Sailer, tourism 'and travel Overton, publicity and adver-tising, W. R Burson, new business development; Gerald P. Travis, waterways and marine facilities: John Jochcm retail trade; Travis, business ethics; Sailer. Sailfish ftegat-ta; and Barrios, Okeechobee Waterway Association. James R. Harper is the general supervisor of organizational improvement. Chairmen under this category are: Robert M. Johnson, membership caniDaiL'n: Frank HEW VISTA 23 INCH ff COLOR CONSOLE TV contact club; Burson. budget and finance; Johnson, personnel; Buchanan, by-laws and policy; and Johnson, public comnn . HF ,Uner' new solid s,a,e UHF & solid state Ks" "I1"?""0 TT CirCUih' The '' Punier brings ,n clear tones, I, has the largest color picture tube available I Jo yn Ion Sets Meet On 1-95 BOY.NTOM BEACH - Ramos. State Road Department District 4 engineer $0 iiom run Lauderdale, has asked for a M:.'t0a.m. Monday meeting with city officials to discuss further Interstate 95 s traffic impact on the city. According to Mayor Michael V. Michael, Ramos will discuss final planning for 1-95 here, further discussion on keeping Ocean Aven IIP ilfinn through, over or under 1-95, and the impact of Leisureville traffic on the city. To be held in the city council chambers, the meeting is scheduled to be attended by Donald O. Morgan, director of me i aim neacn county Area Planning Board; city council-men, the city's planner, Chamber of Commerce officials and other interested citi- SOLID STATE STEREO CONSOLE with AMFM & FM STEREO RADIO Slate PTA Kit-els PANAMA CITY IAP) -Mrs. H. J. Johansen of Miami was chosen Thursday as president-elect of the Florida Congress of Parents and Teachers. She takes office next 10 year durable diamond stylus guarantee 4 speed record changer has feather action tone arm, 6 powerful speakers, solid state efficiency no tubes to burn out. I :j""" - - j....-.,- year. Mrs. Wavne Revis of Tamna was installed as nrpsirtunt fnr the com ing year. Vice presidents elected were Mrs. John Sosh of Warr - J ington, Mrs. Mills Lord of Orlando and Mrs. J F. Johnson of Pinellas. Activities Today MlrtHMf) SHOP ZAYRE FOX FABULOUS SAVINGS - 7AVBE IUirT n .. OPEN DAILY 1 0AM TO 10PM .inc ntai fflUM BtACH Qfll PDMnDCCC AWP Pnn-rn nun PARKING -v vunuiLOO n VL. oUU I n Between Southern and Forest Hill Boulevards SUNDAY-NOON TO 7PM FREE AND EASY RIVIERA BEACH Duplicate Br,d9(, Club, ?:30pm Com. LAKE PARK North County Senior Citi:en$, m pIT 7 J,0?'" L,m' ' Lake Park Court, 7 p m., nuftie ,t Lake ParJ Adult Education, a m. First Feder.i Sav.ngs, Federal H.,hway a r,.,., OyNTON BEACH ZAYRE-THE DEPARTMENT STORE WHERE BETTER QUALITY COSTS YOU LESS V-,- Wll III--- '