The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 122
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 122

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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Tuesday (Continued) MOVIE "The Lost Moment," with Robert Cummings, Susan Hayward and Agnes Moore-head. The story of a publisher who is looking for lost love letters, finds a young girl who has a strange and eerie illusion. Based on story by Henry James. (DNEWS(C) 2:30 NEWS IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH (C) 2:40 (D GIVE US THIS DAY (0 Wednesday (Shows before 6 underWeekdays) 6:00 0 FRIENDLY GIANT OOOB NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS (C) FRANK REYNOLDS NEWS(C) 6:15 O INDUSTRY ON PARADE 6:30 OMARKETING MANAGEMENT OWALTER CR0NKITE (O o Jewelry fashions, J yp facts, fictions i O HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY (C) jV J'l I Klill II M Tl (! IIIIKI NRlllMNr . IB .1 K i K I TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES (C) (0 FRANK REYNOLDS (C) 7:00 O YOUR DOLLARS WORTH Consumers report from Department of Public Affairs of National Educational Television. Tonight's program focuses on toys. Examination of toy industry; effects of TV advertising campaign on parents and the children. O PASSWORD (0 OBIG BANDS (C) This fine retirement club offers companionship and security to retired persons. All members receive three delicious meals each day and a complete social program is available to everyone. The warm atmosphere within the club is enjoyed by alt and the change of seasons (none severe), is welcomed by our guests. O HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY (C) XiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiirt For Full Information m "eai rword brochures, rate sheeti and sample menus m Send Coupon to: m " Mr. Ron Kickerton, General Mgr. m Bon Air Retirement Club "ADDRESS m Walton Way 4 Hickman Road Z HONEYIVIOONERS(C) TREASURE ISLE (0 7:30 ODAKTARKC) Dr. Tracy tries to rescue Augusta, Georgia. 30904 CITY AiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiE HORIZONTAL . VERTICAL 'ijli r. .vtVivV.'.'' i RIGORS OF OPAL MIMING Some gems and mineral forms are easier to recover from the earth than others. Among the most difficult we must rank diamonds, and then certainly, opals. The mining conditions of the adventurous men who dig for opal in Australia are extremely arduous. Shafts must be sunk into the earth up to 90 feet in depth, and slanting "shells" of rock must be dug out over large ei-panses of ground. Even then, an opal formation may not be found. In the last decade, most of the modem mining activity has occurred in the Lightning Kidge and Coober Pedy areas about 500 miles north of Sydney, Australia. Here, scores of men work for months in complete isolation much like the miners of the 1840's in California who were seeking gold. Like them, the miner or group who strikes a large opal vein may overnight realize riches beyond his dreams. To others, there is only despair. The fever that possesses these men is similar. Without this backbreak-ing work; our lovely ladies and gem fanciers would not be able to enjoy the beauties of precious opal. The main color in an opal pattern may be red (the most valued), orange, green or blue. Combinations of these colors in a harlequin effect are also most attractive. It takes a well trained jeweler, however, to properly evaluate opal for several things must be taken into consideration: colors, type of patterning, and ei-cellence of material. Some opal is cut rather flat, and occasionally, doublets and triplets are made to give the opal more body. Usually, cabachon cutting is preferred. Opal is attractive for both men and women, and being the birthstone for the October-born is particularly favored by them. Do let us show you some of the lovely specimens from our stock. One of Hogan's arouD Fivc-0 B- 'M Solo for Miss Pons 7 Phyllis Unit of power King of Judah (Bib.) 13 Expunged 14 Foncy 15 Miss Moreno 16 Miss Gabor 18 Cease 19 Tidbit for Hoss' hoss1 1 2 3 5 6 1 18 9 j 10 111 I2 B LI I Li-fc"" riib 17 riia 20 ' I i 23 TT2l 5b 26 127 1 28 V T" 30 31 32 33 34 pb I 36 37 138 T39 4041 I TTTT 4b 4b 47 f""48 1 49 jbO 51 5TTT53 I Jb4 55 56 " W 58 5l 60" I r Id est fab.) Essentials for a TV script Form of speech Miss Dunne's towel marks Mr. Paul show Short jacket Corded fabrics Nickname for Miss Vance Fish eggs Monogram for Miss Lorcn Straw bundle Mis Ryan Miss Benadcret Time for the Cannonball Mb ) Worn by Sgt Carter Upper limb Mouths Title for Olivier TV tar's direction TV reception necessities 20 Necessities for the Connonball 22 Abstract being 23 Distress signal 24 Mr. Wallach 26 Wash by immersion 29 Carney's monogram 30 Marie 34 Great Lake 35 Mr. Linklettcr 36 Discord goddess 37 Plane surtacc 38 Linen marks for Miss Merman 39 Gadget for Daktari 40 Evergreen tree 42 New Guinea port 43 TV zoo primate 46 Weary 48 Miss Malonc's nickname 51 Citrus fruit 53 Miss Sothcrn 54 Air (comb, form) 57 Miss Dohl 59 Swaggers 60 Appeared 45 Turkish dignitary 47 Assistant to The Doctors (ab.) 48 Think 49 French river Sorrowful Leave to Beaver 55 Lassie is one Singer Home and 50 Having pedal digits 39 52 TV zoo bird 41 54 Brew for Sir Guinncss42 56 Monogram for Miss Totter 43 58 Mr. Egon's initials 44 See Answer Page 31. namesakes Exclamation Liquid measure 226 Datura (Harvey Bldg.) 832-8525 or 833-8547 24 All Florida Magazine

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