The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 27, 1968 · Page 3
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November 27, 1968

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 3

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Palm Beach Post, Wednesday. Nov. 27, 1968-3 Business Stops To Mark Holiday SPECIAL THANKSGIVING SERVICE NOV. 28 845 A.M. In Rev. Burtcher and recording fame, and five others. Dr. Torrey Johnson is concert host and Don Newman, concert director. There will be a 35-voice Junior Chori, 40-voice Sanctuary Choir and 35-voice Harmony Chorus. Church, 898 SW 10th St.. Delray Beach, of which the Rev. J.L. Merrell is pastor. BOCA RATON - First concert of the season will be presented at Bibletown Community Church at 7 p.m. featuring Tony Fontane of concert .... BIG The offering will go toward support of one of the association's projects, the providing of a chaplain several days a week at the Southeast Florida Tuberculosis Hospital at Lan-tana. Capt. James Edmonds. Salvation Army officer in charge here, is president of the association and Dr. Franklin Car-withen. pastor of Calvary United Methodist Church, secretary. "Praise God That Good Is Everywhere" will be the topic of the Rev. Thomas I. Coates, pastor, at 10 a.m. at Unity of Lake Worth, 631 N.H St. At Bethel Temple (Assemblies of God Church), 1132 16th Ave. N, the Rev. D. J. Burrel is evangelist for revival ser vices at 7:30 p.m. daily this week, ecept Saturday, through Sunday. The Rev. W. C. Wynn is pastor. At "Grace Bible Church. 1915 N. A St.. the Rev. David S. Kain. pastor, will give a Thanksgiving eve service at 7:30 p.m. today. Thanksgiving at the Episcopal Church of the Guardian Angels. 1325 Cardinal Lane. Lantana. will be observed with communion at 10 a.m. The offering will be for the presiding bishop's fund for world relief, with special designation, according to the Rev. David C. Kennedy, vicar, for victims of the Nigerian civil war in Biafra. South County Area DELRAY BEACH - "A Thinking Man's Thanks" will be the subject of the Rev. Frederic F. Bush Jr., rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, at the community Thanksgiving service sponsored by the Delray Beach Ministerial Association at 10 a.m. in the Delray Beach Presbyterian Church, U.S. Music will be by the host church choir with the assistance of the First Baptist Church choir. Mrs. Betty Anderson is choir director and Thomas Susleck, organist, at the Presbyterian church. Guy Woodfin directs the First Baptist Church choir. The Rev. James B. Sherwood is pastor of the host church. Evanglist Moody Adams is conducting a revival at 6:30 p.m. daily this week through Sunday at Grace Baptist HANDS MESSAGE: "PILGRIMS 1968" Presented by our Associate Pastor REV. WAYNE L. BURTCHER Special Music by Adult Choir NURSERY Providtd Northwood Baptist Church 3900 Broadway "I was glod when they said unto me, tet us go into the house of the lord." Psolm 122:1. MTY0U1 IN COLOR 7 PM TONIGHT Ait m 100 virgin acrylic FULL FASHIONED CARDIGANS v 6.99 glitter galore! 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Thanksgiving is a holiday at all governmental levels. County courthouses, municipal halls ol government, chambers of commerce, banks and savings and loan as-sixiations and others will be closed. Holiday schedules will be in effect at all post offices, with windows closed, none except special deliveries and only holiday scheduled pickups of mail. The day's respite will be merely a prelude to start of the Christmas shopping season for many places. Late hours already have commenced at some, but most will begin right alter Thanksgiving. Christmas season decorations alreadv are being put up at many places. A long weekend is scheduled for schools and school offices which will have Thursday and Friday oft duty; also the State Department of Public Welfare office at 2701 Lake Ave., and Palm Beach Gardens citv hall. In West Palm Beach there will be the regular garbage collection Thursday; trash collections will be on 't riday instead of on the holiday. In Palm Beach there will not be any regular garbage pickup Thanksgiving as. Town Manager B. Arnold said, "we want to give everybody possible an opportunity to be home that dav with their families. " rite and police departments will be stalled on a minimum basis. At an administrative meeting .Nov. 18, the County Commission approved suspension of service by all garbage and trash franchise holders under their supervision. Residential homes will receive only one pickup during the week in which a Thanksgiving. Christmas or New Year's Day holiday occurs. In Lake Clarke Shores there will be no garbage collection Thursday; the next collection is to be Monday, according to Mis. Betty Butler, town clerk. There will be no garbage collections Thursday at Boca Raton. In Palm Beach Shores garbage and trash collections will he today so that the workers may have the holiday oil. according to Town Clerk Krnest Abel. Only departure from he usual trend for the day may be the Riviera Beach High School homecoming football game and crowning of a queen, the events to start Thanksgiving morning. Lake Worth Area LAKE WORTH - Union Thanksgiving service will be sponsored by the Greater Lake Worth Ministerial Association at 10 a.m. at Calvary I'nited Methodist Church, 301 First, Ave. S. "They Joy of a Grateful Heart" will be the Thanksgiving message of Dr. Walter D. Reed, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Hose . &9cRantvhose 1.99 !:i,.'V.r !; ih '. ' ts o y famous maker daintiness J NYLON WALTZ GOWNS WITH DELICATE AIRS 3.99 COMPARE AT 5.99 iM 1 5 3o Shifts adrift1 Flullerv layers of nylon tricot with all sorts of lace, ribbon and embroidery trim Oh so o o feminine' Great lor Christmas giving Not bad for pampering yourself, either, S M. L Pink Blue Maize Mini IHW D"!.' !' !.' II-. S'l.'f" fUr.f special purchase! LACE STRETCH BIKINI PANTS - 2or$l REG. $1.00 EA. 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They said three of those indicted reportedly have connections with white slave markets in Miami. Las Vegas. New York and Alaska. No single person controlled the entire operation. Pitchess said. But ring leaders met periodically to exchange information, buy and sell lists of customers and conduct a pool for exchanging and purchasing prostitutes, he said. 'V Iwo really greal iouks fur tne imssv ami half sze figure A Our shirtshilt ol bonded acetate and nylon wall turtle applique In to Is - II j lo ifi Blue (jieen lemon B Side Split Cfwl Scroll design on bonded ravon K, cotton I.' lo ,'H - lb'? lo ?, , bold 4 Aqua is 2.29 REGULARLY $4 TO $6 D'ets li,t An :. Jh yf, Great ways to figure m fashion .. bandeau bras m nylon lace or tricot Contour or sofi cup styles Has side unseen underarm feature White and fashion colors ABC D cups Fomdat jiis Oecl At An 12 16 SKm Activities Today WEST PALM BEACH Greater Wesf Palm Beach Coffee Club, 9 a m,, Lion Country Restaurant; program plus free safari. Independent Order ot Oddfellows, t pm I OOF Temple. 410 Datura St Elks Lodge, 1352, I pm, lodge building, meeting. All-States Tourist Club, 7:30 p.m., Howard Park, bridge party. Senior Citifenv 2 p m , All States Clubhouse, Howard Park, social RIVIERA BEACH Recreation Bridge Club, 7 30 pm, Recreation Center, 180 E Flagler Drive W. PALM BEACH, 71$ S. Diiie Hwy. Daily 'til 30 P M PLANTATION. 3841 W. Broward Blvd. Daily til f 30 P M SHOP JB LATE EVERY NITE CYPRESS PIAZA. 444 S. Cypreu Rd. Doily til :00 P.M. SHOPPER'S HAVEN, 3435 N. Federol Hy. Daily il f :30 P.M.

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