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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 11

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday. Nov. !3, 1968-11 Stuart Chamber Takes Rotonda Drainage Plan Local STAR Program n CLUB LOUNGE Hearing Set By Corps Job Picture LONDON (API -With seasonal standards taken into account, unemployment in Britain declined in November for the third straight month, the Department of Employment announced. The number of jobless as of Nov. 11 was 561.-049. or 11,766 more than last month but. considering normal seasonal deviations, it represented a net drop of 22.100. the department said. STUART - The Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program will be sponsored by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce this year, the chamber office announced Friday. A state-wide project of the Florida State Chamber of 1412 SOUTHERN BLVD. WEST PALM BEACH OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY TONIGHT'S SPECIAL ATTRACTION 4 SHOWS """ ED SLATOR ACE RECORDING STAR FEATURED WITH JERRY JOHNSON AND HIS SOUL EXPLOSION FROM 1 1 A.M. to 7 A.M. Our Rnuurmnt h Open 24 Hours, Serving The Finest In Food 1 PALM BEACH SHORES Commerce, the local STAR program is for Martin County High School seniors. The local STAR student will be chosen on the basis of scores on senior tests, and the student will then select the teacher which he feels contributed most to the student's success. After local recognition of the winner, the student and teacher will go to the district with the district winner moving on to the state level. Support of the program will be asked of the Stuart Retail Merchants Association meeting Monday at the Holiday Inn beginning at 12:30 p.m. Chamber director W. W. J. (Bill) Barrios will present the program to the merchants. IIWK VOl H 1 .SINGER ISLAND & STUART - A public hearing is slated for Dec. 16 at Holiday Inn here on the Roton-da's request for a permanent drainage permit to discharge water into the St. Lucie Canal. Col. John F. McElhen-ny said Friday. McElhenny, district engineer of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, announced that the 10 a.m. Dec. 16 meeting would be held on Rotonda 's request. The colonel was in Martin County Friday on a tour of the St. Lucie Inlet. Rotonda officials had requested a temporary drainage permit from the corps, but Fred Bell said Friday that the temporary request was withdrawn because there had been too long a delay in making the THANKSGIVING NIGHT CLUB ACROSS FROM HOLIDAY IM I West Palm Beach I r 1111 MMMaMMMMMBMMBMBBBBMMBBBJMJM- U a bt mm NOW APPEARING NIGHTLY BENNY UTIMORE BENNY UTIMORE DAY DIMMER . . . LOOK INC OLT HIGH ABOVE THE BLl E ATLANTIC. "PENTHOUSE DININC AT ITS FINEST FEAST OF THE PILGRIMS . . . SERVED FAMILY STVLE ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY 3.75 BAKED HAM WHAWAIIAN SAUCE 3.9S FILET MIGNON OR PRIME RIB 4.95 FRENCH ONION SOUP OR JUICE-FRUIT GELATIN OR TOSSED SALAD. CHESTNUT STUFFING - SNOWFIAKE POTATOES- CRANBERRIES-GREEN BEANS CANDIED SWFET POTATOES MASHED TURNIPS - OUR OWN FRESHLY BAKED APPLE OR PUMPKIN PIE - BEVERAGE SERVED 1-9 P.M. (CHILDRENS PORTIONS TOO) CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 844-0233 1,f. . "t U. FREDDY SCOTT r ' J MMrsHtwi Mitely J ai r " ' When Shopping Use I'-T Classified r Actors Workshop presents of the structure is needed. According to Bell, McElhenny said a public hearing is the policy of the corps. A public hearing on the temporary permit was held by McElhenny Sept. 20. which was attended by about 65 persons. The Martin County Commission voted Nov. 12 against issuing of a temporary drainage permit. In a statement to the corps, the commissioners said that if permission is granted to begin the Rotonda project, safeguards should be installed to insure against siltation. Theaters Today BOCA RATON "Lady in Cement," 2 00, 3 55, 5 55, 7:55,9:50. CAREFREE "Santa Claus," 2:25, "Deadfall," 4:35, 7:15,9:45. COLONY "Oldest Profession," 7:25, 9:30. FLORIDA "2001: A Space Odyssey," 2:00, 5:00, 8 30 LAKE "Gone With the Wind," 2:00. 1:00. LOEW'SCINEMA BOYNTON "Santa Claus," 2:00, 4:00, "Heart Is A Lonely Hunter," 7:00, 9:30. LOEW'SCINEMA 70 "Lady in Cement," 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 6:00. 10:00. PLAZA "Boston Strangler," 1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30,9:40. PLAYBOY "Blonde on a Bum Trip," 2:00, 4 00, :O0, 1:00. 10 00, "Depraved," 3:00, 5:00, 7:00,9:00. RIVIERA "Barbarella,"2:40, 5:00,7:25,9:45. BEACH (DRIVE IN) "She Beast," 7:00, "Embalmer," 1 45, "Kill Baby Kill," 10:30, "Sound ol Horror," 12:00. BOULEVARD (DRIVE IN) "In the Heat ot the Night," 7:00, "Wild In the Street," 9:05, "Wild Racers," 10:50. DELRAY (DRIVE IN) "Miniskirt Mob," 7:00, 10.05, "Conqueror, Worm," 8:40. SKYDROME (DRIVE IN) "Ugly Ones," 7:00, 10:45, "Secret War of Harry Frigg, "9 00. TRAILIDRIVE IN) "Barbarella," 7:00, 10:40, "P. J.," 8 55. decision on issuing a temporary order by the corps. Bell, an engineer for the Rotonda Drainage District and a vice president of Palm Beach Investment Properties, Inc., which is developing the Martin County land, said all engineering plans for a permanent structure has been submitted to the corps. "We are ready to let contracts for about $5 million for drainage canals, water control structures and settling basins." Bell said. Bell said he had pointed out to McElhenny that according to state statute a public hearing by the Corps is not necessary for permanent connection, that only corps approval Danger Seen In Yule Toys NEW YORK IAP) - The means to cause blindness or other eye injury to children can ride in Santa Claus' bag of toys unless "doting relatives" have foresight. Dr. Gerald D. Dorman of New York, addressing the 60th anniversary meeting of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness Thursday night, said: "Doting relatives continue giving tiny children toys of breakable plastic, and toys that have sharp edges, sharp points, exposed springs and exposed gears. MOVIE AUDIENCE GUIDE The following raj inn designation by the Motion Picture Assoiialion of America applies to dims released after Nov. I, littiH and is being run as a pulihc service by this newspaper to acquaint the viewing audience with this new system. Hating symbols appear in individual theater ads. G Suggested (or General audiences. M Suggested for Mature audiences (parental discretion is advised). H Restricted. Persons under 16 not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian. X Persona under 16 not admitted. 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