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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 10

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A10 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 TONIGHT Eight Hopefuls In Stuart Races Oj-Land Grants RnnPTiv, ipj r -NJ f. THE FANTASTIC ADVENTURES OF TRAVELERS IN SPACE, DWARFED IN A NIGHTMARE WORLD. oTo vl'7f ( i a, i ii ir mil - Staff Photo By William Powers RARE FISH Young Matt McDermott, as Fred Ad mas, president of the society, a junior member of the Marine Aquari- explains the fish on exhibition. The Mali m Society of the Palm Beaches, peers rine Aquariam Society's two-day show is with interest into one of the tanks set up opeu to the public today from noon until for a showing in the Science Museum, 5 p.m. West Lakewood Road in Dreher Park. The FBI i9 'r. THE STORIES - FACTUAL. THE EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR. STARS 55Dav5 Al Peking SS art Volunteer Fire Department, made his initial venture in politics last year, losing to William Todt. Huss has been a resident of Stuart for about 30 years. Mann also has served on the City Commission, and has worked for the city in different capacities for about 18 years. He presently owns and operates the Outlet Store. He was commissioner for the 1957-58 term. An employe of Martin County school system. Whalen came to Stuart in 1951. and is a retired postal employe. He ran for the District 2 Martin County School Board seat on the Republican ticket in the May primary. The Stuart election is set for Dec. 10. Elks Youth Leadership Contest RIVIERA BEACH - North Palm Beach County high school students will have a chance to compete for part of $44,000 in U.S. savings bonds, it has been announced. Conduct and leadership will be factors in determining winners, according to Bob C. Stuke, youth activities chairman for the Riviera Beach Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge 2069. The awards will be made under auspices of the Elks National Foundation Youth Leadership Contest, with the local lodge having one boy and one girl in the state contest. National prizes go up to $2,000 for first place awards. "This program focuses attention on the kind of boy and girl who by their conduct, ability and actions are looked up to for guidance, counsel and leadership," Stuke said. Students may obtain contest entry forms from guidance counselors at John F. Kennedy, Riviera Beach, Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter High Schools. Deadline for entries is Jan. 6, 1969. Auditorium Authority to proceed with bid avertisements on a waterproofing product for the leaky roof of West Palm Beach Auditorium will be asked Monday at the City Commission 3 p m. meeting by City Manager CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? phone TOMASELLO 585-2551 ABC SUNDAY NIGHT MOVIE. STARRING CHARLTON HESTON, Of course you can afford a new decorator designed AVA GARDNER, DAVID NIVEN, TONIGH prices start as low as s64500 EASIEST TERMS TO FIT THE MOST MODEST BUDGET BRUBAKER MUSIC CO. 517 LAKE AVE. In Easy to Get to LAKE WORTH STUART - If the number of candidates is any indication of interest in the City of Stuart's Commissin races, then a record number of voters should cast ballots in Tuesday's primary. Eight candidates are entered in the races for two City Commission seats, and approximately 1.900 persons are eligible to vote. Voting will be at the Stuart Youth Center from 7 a m. to 7 p.m. Incumbent Commissioner Dan McClure faces four opponents in the Group 1 race; and Ray Cooke has two opponents in the Group 2 contest. Both McClure and Cooke are seeking their fourth two-year terms on the commission. McClure. the Standard Oil agent for Martin County, was unopposed lor re-election in 1966. Cooke, who owns the Cooke Septic Tank Service, defeated Kenneth Stimmell in 1966. Only 24 per cent of the registered voters cast ballots in 1966. and in the 1967 primary about 500 persons voted. Opposing McClure in the Group 1 race are Walter Robinson. Charles Foster. George Muss and Stimmell. In Group 2 are John Mann. Harold Wha-lenSr. and Cooke. Robinson is a technical writer for Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, and has been a resident of Martin County for 10 years. Stimmell and Foster both have experience in city government, with Stimmell a former Stuart commissioner and former state representative, and Foster serving on the council at Waterviile. Ohio, before moving to Stuart. Stimmell operates the Stuart Services, and Foster is vice president of Pelican Landscaping Nursery. Huss. a member of the Stu- Bride-To-Be Loses Limb DULUTH. Minn. (AP) - A shopping trip to buy an engagement ring ended in tragedy when a young woman lost part of her left leg in an accident Friday night. The victim, Nancy Iverson. 20, Duluth. had accompanied her fiance. Craig Anderson. 21, on the shopping trip. They were walking to their parked car when they found the way blocked by a standing freight train. The two were crawling between two railroad cars when the train began moving. Miss Iverson was caught in the wheels and dragged about 50 feet. She was taken to a hospital, where surgeons found they had to amputate the leg below the knee. Miss Iverson was listed in satisfactory condition. I'honr Sears tor Vmr Intimate Apparfl prdi South Dixie llwy. I'alm Beach, Fla. On wljatfiiiL it is to play tlie Glirislmas Game at Zale Here $450 (475 $295 GLEAM DIAMOND SANTA SAYS DIAMOND - n -in--' 'niii- hi ix tiMr Action Due William H. Tyre. The product is to replace Addex. the additive now on the roof, which Chicago architect Bertrand Goldberg has said "did not live up to its guarantee." Tyre said, as far as he was concerned, bids will only go out to local contractors who. he said, "know more the type of roof we want." At a closed meeting Friday, local roofing contractors recommended a roofing system "independent of the roof deck." such as Barrett's Chem-Ply, a sample of which was installed on the roof 11 months ago. ,. SAE fanex liat k r 'jAjr. . .a Tax Jumps Irk Britons LONDON (UPI (-Britain's politicians and man-in-the-stjeet reacted angrily Saturday against the Labor govrn-ment's jolting save-the-pound tax increases and austerity package. Tens of thousands of Britons went on a hectic spending spree, cleaning out stores of remaining stocks of cigarets. liquor, refrigerators, washing machines and other items at pre-tax boost prices. Indignant pub owners threatened a three-day strike of London's 6.000 pubs to protest staggering new government taxes on whiskey, gin, beer and wines. Both the Conservative opposition and the Labor government's own rank-and-file supporters squared off to blast the government when the new austerity measures are debated in parliament Monday night. Conservative opposition leader Edward Heath, addressing a party rally at Derby, charged the government with "false pretenses, misapplying funds and gross negligence." The furor was touched off by a package of tax increases and austerity measures announced in parliament Friday by Chancellor of the Exchequer Roy Jenkins immediately after -eturning from the Bonn money crisis talks. 3(125 Vi'rst i 3 si AGENTS - SPECIAL. IN FAST-ACTION DRAMA. KURT KASZNAR, LEO GENN. $325 PLAN A BEAUTIFUL SURPRISE $250 $150 MOVE INT0 1969 A SPARKLING DIAMOND 7 $150 NO PAYMENTS UNTIL MARCH OPEN AN ACCOUNT! 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