The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 78
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 78

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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Fl-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 Harbour Towers Bids Due Dec. 6 a. m a. i -1 hi ' mm 1 I 1: ; 1 I Happiness is . . . ISDN 3- , la LAKK PARK -Bids will be opened Dec. 6 on construction contracts on the first building of the triple-tower Lake Harbour Towers at 401 Lake Shore iJnve. according to developer Donald.!. Heller The lirst budding will be a r4-unit condominium structure ol eight stones. Heller also plans construction of the clubhouse and recreational lacility at the same time. Cost ol the apartment unit is reckoned at around $1.7 million, with the clubhouse cost-ine about $150,000. The entire project ol three buildings, recreational lacility and land, when completed, is estimated at a $7 million investment. Vork should start earlv in 1969. with a hoped tor completion date ol September. 1969. s.'id Heller. A furnished model of an un usual two-bedroom, two-bathroom design is now on display at the building site. It is open seven days a week to 6 p.m. Each bedroom suite is entirely self-contained with dressing room. bath, and walk-in closet. By closing a door the suite can be closed off entirely from the balance of the apartment. Each bedroom suite is arranged on opposite sides of the living, dining and kitchen rooms, thus providing even more privacy. Prices for one and two-bedroom apartments range from $24,500 through $36,000. There will be some three and four bedroom suites available. Private parking and storage space is included with each apartment. A 24-hour security service and gate house guard will be supplied. A fulltime at CRESTHAVEN CONDOMINIUM Layout For Elegant Living At Lake Harbour Modt VILLAS manager and maintenance staff will also be part of the contract. Each apartment will have several lighted closets. All units will have large terraces facing the lake. The "Y" construction makes it possible for all residents to have a clear view of the lake activity. Also facing the lake will be the clubhouse and recreational complex. There will be private wings for men and women flanking the main clubhouse. The clubhouse will have a bar and kitchen arrangements for private parties. Each wing will have a card room, gymnasium, locker room, sauna baths and showers. Outside, large sundecks will surround a heated pool. Chaise lounges and umbrella tables will be available. Fulltime pool staff and lifeguard are also assured with this condominium. Heller expects to have four shuffleboard courts, putting green, sand trap and chip-shot area in the recreation section. In addition there will be handball, badminton, ping pong, billiards and crafts rooms. The three buildings, when completed, will be located on a 770-foot frontage along Lake Worth. There will be about 330 feet depth through to Lake-shore Drive. Architect Don Marvin has placed two elevators in each building. Each is a high-speed lift. One of these will be used to transport people directly to the pool and recreation accesses so that sports traffic will be kept away from the main entrances. Start Of Industry The first sizable ship built by English settlers in America was launched at Popham on the Kennebec River in Maine in 1607. Airline Volume Up Air express also showed a 10 per cent increase these two months, from 5,404 pounds to 5,935 pounds. Air mail showed a 51 per cent increase from 7,227 pounds to 10,893 pounds. : ,i - !..,,.',' , 11 '" lJ3 ggsscnsasoEtaanr' 7' - Eastern Airline's volume of passengers and cargo at Palm Beach International Airport has increased considerably during October, 1968, as compared to October, 1967, reports Thomas T. Sherwood, district sales manager. Air freight rose from 61,551 pounds in October, 1967, to 86,452 pounds in October, 1968, for a 41 per cent increase. In the same periods the airline handled 7,092 passengers in 1967, and 7,818 in 1968, for a 10 per cent The Odds On Oil TULSA, Okla. (UPI) -American Institute figures show that only about one out of every 33 oil wells drilled in new areas turns out to be a commercial producer. BINGO NIGHT at CRESTHAVEN VILLAS where residents and friends enjoy the excitement and fun of winning and losing! Come on out you may be a winner, and see for yourself ALL THE RECREATIONAL FACILITIES available ... at no extra cost! I v FURNITURE REFINISHING & REPAIRING USED FURNITURE by OLESEN BROS. 6316 GEORGIA AVE., W.P.B. PH. 585-1928 One story condominium garden type apartments clustered around a beautifully landscaped court ! EU I I . t i Kitchen Area Of 9 By 9 Feet Has Breakfast Space PRICED FROM $5) Introducing. . . Haselmire Elected By North Chamber 1-2 BEDROOMS UVi-2 BATHS With Ctniral Air Conditioning ii Htatinf Throughout (including bathrooms 4 kitchtn) ONLY $2,090 DOWN; SSS.I4 MONTHLY MAINTENANCE FROM S27 MONTH '" XK ENTHOUSE HIGHLANDS Pushbutton Ronge, food woili disposal and njfrlgorator by Central Electric CONDOMINIUM IT Manager Of Plaza Honored Palm Coast Plaza manager. Mrs. Edith Greer, was honored by two organizations on the same day recently, with the presentations of citations. Mrs. Dorothy Paulin, chairman of humane education, and Mrs. Elaine Gordon, president of the Animal Rescue League, presented a Humane Award for the cooperation of the plaza in furthering the league's programs. The PalmBeach County Shrine Club, marking the end of its successful Fall Festival at the plaza, presented her a certificate of appreciation for the plaza's cooperation in furthering the Shrine's children's hospital activities. Both organizations have participated in many programs over the years at the plaza and the community-wide events have benefited their charitable programs. RIVIERA BEACH - William F. Haselmire has been elected president of the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce for 1968-1969. Haselmire is an advertising executive. A banker, Frank Peuser, was made vice president, and a savings and loan executive, Pat Crow, became sec ret a ry-t reas urer. Haselmire is executive vice president and co-owner of Ha-selmire-Pearson Advertising, Inc. Born in Miami, he was educated in West Palm Beach, graduated from the University of Florida, Gainesville, with a degree in commercial art. He served in U.S. Army Intelligence here and in Italy 1955 to 1957. Haselmire is past president of the Riviera Beach Kiwanis Club; and of JUNTO of the Palm Beaches. He is active in local and national advertising and marketing associations. He resides with his wife, Betty, and son at 1271 Morse Blvd. ,;ri LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE AND POOL NOW OPEN FUmnlWi W.F. HASELMIRE Swimming Movies Health Club Slimnastics e Horseshoes Guided Tours Arts & Crafts Cards 6 Games Billiards Lectures Sewing Shuffleboard Hardware City Distributor Marine Engine Equipment Co.. 1713 N. Dixie Hwy.. is now distributor lor Parker pressure hose and reusable fittings, according to William G. Kelso, president. Golf Britain, as the Conn., is Hardware New known Citv." ste another preferred ?(ENTHOUSE condominium PLUS FEATURES AT NO EXTRA COST! Street lighting e Private screened patio i Underground electri- e Absolute sound cal service proofing Concealed built-in e Courtesy bus service television antennae e G.E. air conditioning Front door parking appliances Luxurious Clubhouse Safety bars in bath & Pool rooms OMICHOMI bo. (It All NO, TM The PENTHOUSE HIGHLANDS is located on the Intracoastal Waterway in a quiet, ocean community. PENTHOUSE HIGHLANDS will offer boat dockage, a heated pool, clubhouse, shuffleboard courts, putting green and PRIVATE ACCESS 12 THE OCEAN BEACH. Other common features include, laundry rooms on each floor and ample parking. Each apartment will have 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, a large living room, dining area, abundant closet and storage space, complete electric kitchen and a large private screened patio. All apartments hove individual silent air conditioning and heating. For gracious living in a quiet relaxing atmosphere, look to PENTHOUSE HIGHLANDS, your guarantee to future happiness in peaceful pleasant surroundings. OCCUPANCY OCTOBER 1969 SORRY, NO PETS ALLOWED louTMii mvo, IITATI NO. Mj fOUUI Milk liVO. mum AN ADULT COMMUNITY 2551 S. MILITARY TRAIL WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA 4 MODELS OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Phone 865-5544 Models Furniihod by SUPERIOR FURNITURE 32 S. Dixit Hwy. Loko Worth CRESTHAVEN VILLAS RESERVATION FLAN itmwm urn Wb mm iAKl WOHtN Kil, from 518990 IIUTI NO. Vf'1! I nlJUi . r j L . - t - OCCUPY NOW or RESERVE a VILLA through 1970 S2S.00 mtrvti ih apartment of your cholca lor oc cupancy on tht data of your choice! Thii building program will continue throughout 1970. Plan now (or future retirement. Oepoiit ii refundable at any time. ENTHOUSE HIGHLANDS CONDOMINIUM 0 ItKlDK Furniture by 3100 SOUTH OCEAN BLVD. (A1A) Hidden Valley Furniture DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA Carp.t.-Draperie, by Carpetime. MA II TODAY FOR ME! IftOCHUM PI 1 1 24 Cresthaven Villas 2SS1S. Military Trail West Palm Beach, Fla. 33406 Please Rush Free Brochure NAME.Li, a. ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP MODEL OPEN DAILY FROM 9 A.M.-5 P.M. IN DELRAY PHONE 278-4549 IN FT. LAUDERDALE & POMPANO PHONE 399-8363

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