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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 44

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C12-Palm Beach Post, Than day, Nov. U, 1968 Frost Named Head Of Technical Group Boca Plans Zoning Law For Erection Of Tower porary structure because the State Road Department plans eventually to widen US 1 at that point, and likeiv would claim a sidewalk for the roadway. The city manager mean while said he is awaiting a reply to a letter he wrote the Greyhound Bus Lines about the chances of them building a permanent bus depot here. The bus depot presently is in a merchandizing store. 6 Area Bands Rated Superior The Florida Bandmasters Association has awarded "superior" ratings to six Palm Beach County public high schools. The top ratings went to bands from Riviera Beach, North Shore, Pahokee, Forest Hill, Belle Glade and Lake Worth High Schools. Contests were held at Hollywood and Pahokee to decide the winners, who will be eligible to compete for state honors in March and May, according to Roy Carter, county school system program specialist in instrumental music. POST-TIMES thurspoitlTlC tv time clock WTMS-Miaml Channel 1 WTVJ-Miaml Channel 4 WPTV-Wnt Palm Beach Channel S WCKT-Miemi Channel 7 WLBW-Miami Channel l WEAT-West Palm Beach Channa 1 M-lndkates MOVIE THURSDAY 5 X- 7 Inspirational Message 5 40- 7 Educational Hour, U. Of Fla. 15 4 Sunrise Semester t 30-IOGiveUsThisDe 6 40 7 Sunshine Almanac 10 Public ServiceFilm 45- 4 News In Spanish 12 Paul Harvey News 6.55 S Religious Sign On 7 Community Report 10 Spanish News 7 00 4 Popeye Playhouse 5-7 Today Show 10 Love I hl Bop (Spanish) Captured bloodhound from the Lowell Prison Camp, he said six of the eight escapees from the school have been nabbed in the immediate area. Activities Today BOCA RATON - Citv At torney Malcolm Anderson has been directed to draft an amendment which would exclude the city from having to comply with its 50-foot height limitation for structures in R-4 residential zones. City Council ordered the draft be made to allow architects to carry out plans for the erection of a 58-foot observation tower in Spanish River Park on north A1A. The amendment, if approved, would only refer to the R-4 zoning, the classifica-ion of the park. A question as to the location of the proposed tower relative to a setback regulation was slipped under the carpet Tuesday night with Mayor Harold Maull agreeing with Councilman Sid Boradhead that the present setback line is just temporary. The city plans to buy more abutting property to the north of the park; therefore, if the tower would encroach upon a setback it would only be tem-prary. City Manager Alan Alford is waiting for a response from F'ublic Works Director William Predergast before making a recommendation for constructing a sidewalk between East Boca Raton Road and the bus depot several blocks north. Alford has asked for cost estimates and relative details. He said Wednesday that if a sidewalk or walkway were built, it would only be a tem WEST PALM BEACH Phoenix Club, 7 30 p m., Palm Beach County Mental Health Building, 909 Fern Street. Friendship Circle, 1 p.m., Schwartz-berg Hall, Temple Israel. Bridge, 1:30 p m.. Phipps Park. LANTANA Senior Citizens Club, I p.m , Recreation TV CLOCK 00- 4M "Marco Polo the Magnificent" 10 That Girl 12 My Favorite Martian 30- SHatei 7 Dragnet 10 Journey into the Unknown 12 Laredo 10 00 5-7 Dean Martin 10 3010 Don Rickles 12 Focus '61 11 00- 4 5-7-10-12 News. Weather, Sports 11:30- 4 Perry Mason 5-7 Tonight Show 10-12 Joey Bishop 12 30 - 4Mr Ed 1 00-I0M "The Crowd Roars" 12 Paul Harvey News 1 30- 4 News In Spanish 2:30-10 News. News in Spanish 2 45-10 Give Us This Day Channel 2 will not broadcast today in observance of Thanksgiving. TOMORROW 5 35- 7 Inspirational Message 5 40- 7 Educational Hour, U of Fla. NOTE: These listings are supplied by the Television Stations and The Post-Times is not responsible tor last second changes. RADIO LISTINGS -West Palm Beach (MBS) ISO West Palm Beach 1250 West Palm Beach 1290 -West Palm Beach (FM) 109.9 -Palm Baach (NBC) 1340 WEAT-WIRK-WJNO-WPBF-WOXT-WWOS-WHEW WOBF-WSBR-WSWN-WSWN-WSWN- Palm Baach (FMS) Stereo 97.9 Riviera Beach (ABC) 1600 1420 740 900 900 93.5 1000 Defray Beach Boca Raton Belle Glade (MBS) Belle Glade (MBS) Belle Glade (FM) WJTS- Jupiter Bldg., craft classes' 7 30 p m dancing. RIVIERA BEACH Gold Coast Chess Club, 7 p m , 109 North A St., open. Arts and crafts class, 9 a m to noon. Recreation Dept., Basement Civic Center, pineneedlework, Moose Lodge, I p.m., Lodge Hall, 42! South N St. Frost, who has served on the committee since its establishment, was the unanimous choice to succeed Donald O. Morgan. Named as vice-chairman was J P. Vansant, director of engineering for the City of Boca Raton. The TCC had delayed elections for two months while Morgan made a study into the status of the committee. At Wednesday's meeting Morgan, director of the Palm Beach 'County Area Planning Board (APB) recommended that the TCC retain its current status " a purely technical committee with its members appointed by elected officials." In making the recommendation Morgan told the committee: "We have the best Technical Coordinating Committee going in the state, simply because we do have just technicians on it." The group accepted Morgan's suggestion and then held elections. In other action, TCC members voted to recommend to the City of West Palm Beach the City of Riviera Beach, the Town of Lake Park, the Town of Palm Beach Gardens, and the Palm Beach County Commission that they attempt to maintain rights of way along a sectional line running from Lake Park south to West Palm Beach, including unincorporated areas, for an eventual connection with the present Congress Avenue. Morgan said "The Urban Transporation Study indicates a need for a main arterial, or street, someplace between Australian Avenue and Interstate 95 (195) northward from Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard to North Lake Boulevard." 12 Sunshine Almanac a 15- 4 Sunrise Semester 7 15-12 Three Stooges t 30-IOGive Us This Day 7 25- 5-7 News Break 6 40 - 7 Sunshine Almanac 7 35210 Rick Shaw Show 10 Public Service Film t 00- 4 Captain Kangaroo a 45 4 News in Spanish lOBullwinkle 12 Paul Harvey News l2Kimba a: 55- 5 Religious Sign On 25 5-7 News Break 7 Community Report 8 30 10 Banjo Billy lOSpanishNews 9 008 4 Thanksgiving Parades 7:00- 4 Popeye Playhouse 5 Haiel 5-7 Today Show 7 Donald O'Connor lOLoveThat Bob I Spanish) 10 Dream House 12 Sunshine Almanac 9:30- 5 Real McCoys 7:15-12ThreeStoooes 10 Dark Shadows 7 25- 5-7 News Break 12 Mormon Tabernacle Choir 7:30-10Rick ShawShow 10 00 - 5-7 Macy Parade 00- 4 Captain Kangaroo IOM"RobinsonCrusoe" lOKingKong 12 Jack LaLane Show !2Kimba 10 25-SNews I 25- 5-7 News Break 12:00 4 NFL Today I 3010 Banio Billy 5-7 Jeopardy 12 Mike Douglas Show 10-12 Bewitched 9 00 - 4 Merv Griffin Show 12:15- 4 Philadelphia vs. Detroit 5Haiel 12 30 5EyeGuess 7 Donald O'Connor 7 News 10 The Mean Mr. F irecracker 10 Treasure Isle 30- 5 Real McCoys 12 Divorce Court 10 Dark Shadows 12-555 News 10.00 5 Snap Judgment 1 00-5 Ripcord 10M-"Sinbad The Sailor 7 Match Game 12 Jack LaLanne Show 10 News 10:25- 5 News 12 Dream House 10 30- 4 Andy of Mayberry 1:30- 5-7 Houston vs Kansas 5-7 Personality 10-12 Funny You Should Ask 12 King Kong 1 : 55 10-12 Children's Doctor 11:30- 4 Dick Van Dyke Show 2:00-10-12 Newlywed Game 5-7 Hollywood Squares 2: 30-10 Tom Nugent Sports 12 Journey To The Center of The 17 Young Men of Action Earth Escapees OKEECHOBEE - The last two of four escapees from the Florida School for Boys, which is located north of here on Highway 441. have been apprehended in Miami, it was reported Wednesday by Frank Zych. superintendent. Two of the youths that fled the school about 2 a.m. Tuesday, were apprehended as they approached the Okeechobee Country Club, a favorite target for the escapees, by Cecil Arnold, a club employe. Zych said the two youths that were reportedly picked up in Miami left their cottage clad in pajamas. He had no particulars about their capture, or if they had managed to pick up clothing after fleeing the area. Sheriff John W. Collier, along with his department's new bloodhound. "Beulah," were on the trail of the iwo boys found near the country club when they were found by Arnold. Since Collier obtained the Use P-T Classified yuiji (choiceJ meats Iffj LjJ 1095 N. Military Tr., W.P.B. 683-681 1 HOME FREEZER MEATS SIDES HIND FOREQUARTER iB. 59' i,69' i49' CUT & WRAPPED TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS NO DOWN PAYMENT . BUDGET PLAN I Yl'S The Palm Beach County Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) Wednesday elected George Frost, former county engineer and soon to be Town Manager of Palm Beach, as its chairman. Palm Beach Questions Outfall Plan A yes or no answer on a proposed ocean outfall easement through Palm Beach, expected by West Palm Beach Mayor David Brady Wednesday, could not be given, according to Palm Beach Mayor Claude Reese. The 15-foot right-of-way being sought by the city is through Palm Beach Country Club property. In a letter to Brady Tures-day. Reese insisted on answer to six questions posed by Palm Beach citizens before any action could be taken. the financial feasabilility of the system is among the six questions, and Brady maintains this is no concern of Palm Beach. He further con-trnds that an additional six months would be taken in answering all the questions. Because its treatment plant is already overcapacity, Brady said the city could not af- ford a time extension. 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