The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 27, 1968 · Page 17
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 17

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T Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 196815 Famous Continental Cuisine PETITE BEGINNING MONDAY. Dec. 2nd, WE ALSO WILL BE OPEN FOR LUNCHEON Honored by Holiday Dining, Awards Luncheon and Dinner Opt n Every Day Year A round 309H WORTH AVE. PALM BEACH Reservations: TE 2 0717 5M ; i. '' OPEN DAILY it 5 P.M. (Close. Tuetdayi) COCKTAIL LOUNGE SI ' i. i. iir.'i-V'1'; 5 i PATIO NOW RE-OPENED . . TRUDE'S BACK IN TOWN!' o ;V.'"Vk H. ' Vie I: m PATRICK TERRAIl Managing Director 119 N. County Road PALM BEACH For Reservations I'hnne (5:-:illl NO COVER -NO MINIMUM ORIGINAL FAM0US-F0R-SEAFOOD RESTAURANT f or Those If hu H ant the Hesl in Sea food and SleuLs ON A-l-A BETWEEN BOYNTON and DEIRAY BEACH PHONE 732-8470 Continued From Page 14 deed have their private plane for tripping. And it probably will be tastefully decorated and hung with Rembrandts . . . Speaking of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis reminds us that the no-relation John A. Kennedys of Gulf Stream i north of Delray I recently sold their handsome residence at La Jolla. California, for a mere $295,000. The Kennedys are now at home in their winter season Gulf Stream digs, but they will return to California after Christmas to supervise transfer of furniture from their La Jolla home to a new apartment . . . MISCELLANY OF THE MOMENT: Society orchestra leader Peter Duehin will, appear with his music men at the 1969 Bethesda Ball, an annual event which will take place Saturday. Feb. 8. in the new Great Hall of the Boca Raton Club . . . TV AND FILM STARLET Patricia Ranier will play the lead role in the upcoming Delray Playhouse production of the Broadway comedy. "Bell. Book and Candle" which is scheduled to open at that attractive theater-on-an-island ( peninsula, really I Friday evening. Dec. 6. Some of you already may be familiar with the pretty face of Miss Ranier; she has plaved bit parts in the Gentle Ben series and has appeared in Hollywood epics with Palm Beachers George Hamilton, Burt Reynolds - well, they WERE Palm Beachers - and Chris Robinson. Chris is directing Playhouse productions this season, y'know . . . A something-special for flower lovers this Thanksgiving weekend will be the open-to-the-public. "Open House" at Alberts and Merkels' orchid nurseries, down Boynton Beach way (on U.S. One. just north of Tropical Acres restaurant). There's no charge to go in to the nursery grounds and browse, this Friday. Saturday and Sunday. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, and the trip will be well worth your while: Alberts and Merkel are .1 : I , X - '1 FILM STARLET PATRICIA RANEER, Reynolds, will play the lead in "Bell, who has played bit parts in Gentle Ben Book and Candle," Broadway comedy TV series and has appeared in Holly- which opens at the Delray Playhouse wood epics with Palm Beachers George Friday, Dec. 6. Hamilton, Chris Robinson and Burt BLOOD'S HAMMOCK GROVES Holiday Gift Shipments J1 "''"J 0r", f - '. a Pink anf Whrta firanefrmt untl Irtttt Arangements T.nr.elei CHRISTMAS SHIPMENTS DEADLINE DEC. 10TH S.E. 10th St. or Atlantic Ave. to Military Trail Follow Signs IMIOMl 27B-7H7I DKI.IMV UV..U II . f I OSI I) SI MltVS -Mi ' ANNUAL ORCHID FESTIVAL Friday-Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1st 10 am to 5 pm every day j If A ! A' .1 Mr. and Mrs. George Cardifas recently enjoyed frog Legs a la Chef Duretle" . . . at the BON-SOIR From 12 Noon until All ore served . . . Adults $4.50 to 55 15 -f( .rM, ORCHIDS FOR EVERYONE - From $1.00 up Plants for the Novice or the Connoisseur Free seedling with each Orchid order of $10.00 Free Orchid plant each Orchid order of $50.00 or more. ALBERTS & MERKEL BROS., Inc. ORCHID NURiERIeS- 2101 S. Federal Highway - BOYNTON BEACH (net to Tropicol Acres Restaurant) Ph. (305) - 732-2071 HOUSE. KK VNK & PINO OPEN EVtRY EVENING 5 p m to I u Impreniht UttrtiiMeeet THE PARTY ROOM FOR YOUR PRIVATE PARTIES I I fry .Si'n'ii. ('omfilrtp THANKSGIVING TURKEY DINNER will be served fiom 5 lo 10 p m. 409 North Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH Tel: 833-9904 For Your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING . . . See the Wide Selection of unusual Gift Ideas at the new Tyler House, directly across the Highway from our previous location, at 2004 N. Federal Hwy., DELRAY BEACH PHONE: 276-9500 HONEYMOONING in the Bahamas aboard their yacht the Jubilaa V. are newly weds Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett Compton Jr. of Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Compton is the former Norma Hargan Howell of Palm Beach. known around the world for their international prize-winning blooms . . . Speaking of international-ites. Britt of Sweden is a charming new business owner at Delray Beach. The young lady is a talented coifl'eure from Stockholm . . . DINE AND WINE DATA: A "groaning board" of Thanksgiving goodies is planned by the namesake of Marshall Grant's restaurant at Palm Beach, as well as at many of the more prominent dining-out spots along the coast. Also at Palm Beach. Chesler's ion Worth Avenue) will be serving elegant Thanksgiving fare: Frank and Gino's Bon Soir in WEST Palm will feature the glorified bird and trimmings; and both the Seascape and Tropical Acres restaurants in Boynton Beach will have special menus, but Busch's and Luigi's Spaghetti House at Boynton will be closed Thursday Luigi informed us "no Italian turkeys ": At Delray Beach, the charming on-the-Waterway Mayfair Manor will serve a Thanksgiving feast. Also at Delray Beach, the new Bridge restaurant on Atlantic Avenue will be serving special fare and there will be well known Gold Coast dine-and-wine hostess Marion George to greet you. Marion and her hubby i the Head Chef are owners of the new spot . . . Pretty Lynn i Mrs. Henry K. ) Harding, wife of the well known Palm Beach architect, was matron of honor when her good friend Mrs. Norma Hargan Howell recently became the bride of Arthur Bennett Compton Jr. Former Palm Beaeher Mrs. Howell and Mr. Compton were wed at the Coral Ridge Yacht Club, down Lauderdale way. and left immediately aboard their yacht "Jubilaa V." for a Bahamian honeymoon . There wiil be 16 championship polo games played tnis season at the Royal Palm Polo Grounds, down Boca Raton way, according to "Mr. Polo" of Royal Palm, genial John Oxiey. And we hear some of the great national and international stars of the polo world again will appear on the turf heaven forbid! (Not ON the turf! ) There were enough shattering accidents in those madly exciting games last season! We mean to say the great polo stars will again take part in championship tourneys at Royal Palm, with the season opener set for January 5. . . II I IJCW Rae'inranil HI: II. Italian loud' Nbh I1t.lt llw.lHHI Ulll. Anna and Lou Rmo I'li'H hi ) A.SMIIM K OPEN DAILY It a.m. to Midnight SUNDAYS 4 lo 11 p.m. BUICKS BUICKS BUICKS! LOWEST PRICES IN SOUTH FLORIDA! SEE IS before von hnv nnv ear '69 BUICK PRICES START AT s2295 ill ur frii ndly Itiiit k Denier FRANK COULSON BUICK Inc. "In Little Delray" 1616 N. Federal Hwy. Phone: 278-3292 FINEST SERVICE Direct Factory Dealer - On U.S. One 5990 N. 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