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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 46

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C14-Palm Beach Post Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 LOTS OF KNOTS - Alfred Svedberg learned to make these knots while a, young man on sailing vessels. Can you identify (at left) the mast top knot, the turkey hat or the longshoremen's short splice? KNOTTY SUBJECT - Alfred Svedberg (right) retired Swedish sailor holds an eye splice, as he spins tales of his early days aboard sailing vessels in the Swedish Navy. 'J' f-l Lines From Lake Worth And Lantana Hobbie Ties In To His Sailing Days Legion Party Auxiliary. Mrs. Franklin Fal-es said the party will be held in the Legion hall, 212 North J street at 1 p.m. The public is welcome, but must provide own cards. Proceeds will go to benefit the local unit in its work. booklets with correct zip codes forall over the country. "Since the U.S. Post Office requires the use of zip codes on all mail to insure delivery, the "Code Finders' will be handy things to have around," say the Candy Stripers. They may be called at the Volunteers Office, 965-7300, Ext. 251. A card party will be sponsored Dec. 9 by the Past Presidents' Parley of Vogel Lee Unit No. 47, American Legion By BETTY LINN Staff Writer Alfred Svedberg, retired Swedish sailor making his homeport at Lake Worth, knows all about knotty problems. Recently at a gathering of the American Scandinavian Foundation at Bryant Park, he fascinated everyone with a collection of knots. In the olden sailing days, just as today, many a life hinged on the way a knot was tied, said the mariner. Mr. Svedberg was born in Trollhatten, meaning troll's hat, in 1892, and at the age of 14 went to sea for the summer. Later he joined the Swedish Navy, and was to find himself in exotic ports in Spain, England and Africa. He witnessed the coronation of building on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 7:30 p.m. Entre Nous Entre Nous Clubbers of Lake Worth will celebrate Thanksgiving early with a festive banquet at Boxley's restaurant in Boynton Beach, Monday, Nov. 25 at 6:30 p.m. Members are looking forward to the after-dinner speech of Watson B. Duncan III, head of the communications department at the Palm Beach Junior College. The committee in charge includes Laverne Bavington, chairman; Loreene Van Houten, Ruth Keyes and Helen Hawks. Mrs. Betty Sy-mons, press director, may be contacted for further The play will be held Dec. 5, 6, 7 and 8 at the Lake Worth Civic auditorium It is directed by Hal Monchick. Elks Lodge Members of B.P.O. Drove No. 146 will hold their initiation on Monday Nov. 25, at 8 p.m. at the Lake Worth Elks lodge. The ceremony will be conducted by Mrs. Nixon Stanton, first counselor, substituting for Mrs. Ruth Kellogg, president. Reports will be given on the Florida Elks mid-year convention in Leesburg recently, attended by 23 from the lodge. Mrs. Stella Testa, past president of the Does, presented a check to the Elks Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Hospital in Umatilla, Florida, recently. ISLAM) BEAUTY SALON 2433 BEACH COI RT KIMERA BEACH. SliNCER 1SLA1ND 8U-3777 WITH ANY $25 SALE or SERVICE STUDIOS, INC. PHOTOGRAPH WILL BE GIVEN CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY! George V in 1910, and in 1912 was blinded temporarily by a gun explosion on his ship. .Upon his recovery, he was sent a telegram of good wishes from the queen of Sweden. The mariner served for a time on American racing schooners out of Boston, and then settled in Ashtabula, Ohio, to sail on the Great Lakes. His daily pleasures include fishing whenever the weather permits, and sharing maritime arts like knot -tying. Chapter G PEO Officers have been selected for the coming year by the members in Chapter G, PEO Sisterhood. Mrs. William M. Harvey is president; Mrs. R. Carroll Peacock, vice president; Mrs. Normal Merkel, treasurer; Mrs. Maynard Wertz, recording secretary; Mrs. R. Kent Smith, corresponding secretary; Mrs. R. H. Howell, chaplain; and Mrs. M. L. Weaver, guard. Chairmen for the committees have been appointed by Mrs. Harvey, according to Miss Helen Hon, press secretary. Michigan Club The Michigan Club is having a Thanksgiving dance to which the public is invited on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 8 p.m. in the American Legion hall, North 2nd and J streets. Lake Worth. The Sunday dine-out will be at the Patio restaurant, 2318 N. Dixie highway, Nov. 24, at 4 p.m. Lake Worth Playhouse The Lake Worth Playhouse has cast its second play of the season, "What Did We Do Wrong?" by Henry Denker about the younger generation. The cast includes Walter Davis Jr., played by Don Rosenthal; Walter Davis, Sr., Edward Chaifetz; Norma Davis, Carol Jacobs; Cindy, Judy Blount. Scott, Gary Bell; Charlotte, Kay Diemann, and Woody, by King Morrison. Ohio Picnic A picnic of the Ohio club tomorrow at noon at Sunset Ridge Park, 14th and North D Street, Lake Worth, is for Ohioans and friends. A dessert card party will be held Dec. 12 at the First Congregational church in Lake Worth at 7 p.m. and will be a Christmas party. 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"If the traveling is hard on her, we'd both be willing to go to her house and all three work together. But I suspect that this year, since my father has passed on, one of us will end up as hostess. Which one isn't the problem, but getting something decided is." I mentioned in a recent column how many older women, and even older couples, dread trips planned ahead in unpredictable holiday weather. Grandma may much rather do all the preparation herself than have to take the trip. If there's a Grandpa around, he may shy away from a long drive. The kindest thing married children can do in that event is to accept Grandma's invitation and lend whatever help they can when they get there. One independent woman said, "I would rather be completely alone than on sufferance with a family who believes an older female is a responsibility. My son always had to come and pick me up and take me back. I know his wife considered it a nuisance. She wanted his help at home. 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