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United Fund Drive Seeks Last S25M0 s Approximately $25,000 the mount contributed last year by county residents who have not yet made donations or pledges this year still is being sought by United Fund of Palm Beach County workers. "We believe these communl-ty-mindod Individuals want to help and failure to give so far this year Is merely procrastination, not Intent," said United Fund Chairman John J. Hudi-burg. The $25,000 easily would put the 1967 UF drive over the top. he noted, adding that $28fi,000 or 96 per cent of the $.100,000 goal now has been collected by volunteers. Hudiburg, realizing that residents who wish to make dona-1 1 o n may have lost United Fund cards mailed to them early In the fall, said contributions can be forwarded to UF headquarters, 303 Commerce Building, West Palm Beach. If donors wish to make periodic payments new pledge cards will be mailed to them, he said. "If the Job Is done properly, we could come up with a sum well above the $100,000 goal, all or It to the benefit of 20 commu nity service agencies," said Hu diburg. Volunteer UF workers also were urged to continue calling on firms and individuals who have not yet made donations or pledges. Only eight of 42 groups surpassed set goals during the concentrated campaign in October. Agencies aided by the annual drive Include the Salvation Army, mental health agencies, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Visiting Nurse Association, YMCA, YWCA and others serving the county. The United Fund covers 25 communities from Hypoluxo to Jupiter, excluding the Town of Palm Beach. Mobile Home Window Production Set By New Vero Beach Concern VERO BEACH A new in dustry, manufacturing windows for the mobile home Industry, Is expected to open Its doors In Vero Beach Dec. 1. The new firm, headed by Glen s. M 1 1 1 i m a n of Constantine, Mich., will be known as Vero Products Inc., it was announced this past week by the Vero Beaeh Chamber of Com' xnerce. Milliman, who with Chamber officials made the announce ment said he plans to start the business with four or five em ployes and expand within a few months to 15 or 25 employes. The operation, which will pro duce about 100 windows daily during the first few months, will be located at 1705 S. Dixie Ave. In the old Air Control building being leased from Ralph Stog-Iier. Milliman said he will produce aluminum windows, jalousie and awning type windows tor sale in south and central Florida. At the outset, he said, he has a customer in south Georgia and another in Ocala, and oth ers will be added. Milliman is moving here from Constantlne where he has been associated the past five years with Union Products of White Pigeon, Mich. The Michigan lirm served the Elkhart, Ind. area in production, for the mobile home industry, of aluminum windows. Milliman said he also sold his product to one Florida manufacturer. He will continue to serve Union Products, of which he still owns about 25 per cent, In a consultant capacity. Mayor Robert Allison extended an official welcome to Milliman and assured him of the city's cooperation. Billy Law, president of the Chamber, said he is pleased Milliman selected Vero Beach because this is the type industry the Chamber is looking for. He described the operation as clean and lending to diversification of the area's economy. j - r- C 1 I .. . et-- . i f fT- s - - t i ' X I V 5? - J V i t , : '.V. I V tTe V - r - a ; "Y i r J.- Is'' panic because the cubs were worth $1,500 each. But came Pipo, a trained doc; whose own pups had died. She provided the answer to the problem and nursed the cubs as shown in above photo. Citrus Price Rise Expected LAKELAND, (UPI) Fresh oranges and grapefruit will go up in price at the f.o.b. packing house level Monday, Florida Citrus Mutual reported Saturday. Mutual said fresh fruit shippers have announced that on all new business, oranges will be $2.15 per 4-5 bushel box for size 100 fruit and larger, and $2.10 per box for size 125 fruit. This will be an increase of 10 to 15 cents per box, depending on size. At the same time, seedless grapefruit prices Increase 25 cents per box. Mutual director of marketing information Charles Gunter re ported oranges at $2 all sizes during the past week with Duncan grapefruit at $2 all sizes as were all Interior District seedless grapefruit. Indian Rlv-I er seedless grapefruit was $2.50 $3 depending on size. FEIEND IN DEED Two female tigers, Zora and Malras, gave birth to cubs in the Cirque Sabine Raney, traveling through France. When they refused to nurse their young, as beasts in captivity sometimes do, the circus management was in s The Palm Beach Post-Times, Sun., Nov. 12, 10S7 IE Lake Worth Asks Marine Lab LAKE WORTH The City of Lake Worth is going ahead full steam in its fight to have a marine laboratory located here, according to a statement made Saturday by Mayor Robert C. Johnson. Mayor Johnson told the Post-Times that Joe Fearnley, president of the Lake Worth Realtors, will confer with U.S. Rep. Paul G. Rogers in Washington, D. C. sometime between p n w and Thursday, regarding the Bureau of Spoils i-v.i .... j Wildlife's proposed South Florida Marine Laboratory. Lake Worth is one of the sites in this area being considered for the laboratory. Fearnley is In the nation's capital attending the annual National Association of Real Estate Boards Convention. Mayor Johason, In pressing his argument for the establish ment of the laboratory in his city, explained that a contract for an easily accessible underwater' groin and artificial reef, was ' awarded at the Lake Worth Commission's regular meeting last Monday night. The Y 6 to 9 1 '.FfomsgcabinCU4 Gadabout southern Europe carefree and happily. Sea fabled porta. Travel relaxed and leisurely. No unpacking. No train connections. No atrange hotels. One of the elegant ships of the Gala Resort Fleet is your hotel. You are surrounded by sunlit decks, friendly passengers, sparkling seas, blue skies and warm hearted staff. From New York: 1967 December 24. 23 days, 9 ports, ss Rafpacllo. (From Port Everglades. Fla. Dec. 26.) Tenenfe, Gibraltar, Palma de Majorca, Palermo, Naples, Genoa, Cannes, Barcelona, Lisbon. From $558 Cabin Class; from $752 First Class. 196S February 24. 20 days. 8 ports, ss MiCHluiNaELO, Madeira, Lisbon, Gibraltar, Palma de Majorca, Palermo, Naples, Genoa, Cannes. From $583 Cabin Class; from $782 First Class. .April 19. 19 days. 9 porta, as MiCHfUNQtto. Lisbon, Gibraltar, Palma de Malorca, Palermo, Neples, Genoa, Cannes, Barcelona, Madeira. From $605 Cabin Class; from $807 First Class. May 21. 20 daya. 6 ports, ss Leonardo d Vinci, Algeciras, Palma de Majorca, Genoe, Naples, Barcelona. Lisbon. Return via Halifax. From $609 Cabin Class; from $799 First Class. May 24. 19 days. 8 ports, ss Raffaeiio. Tenerlf e, Gibraltar, Palermo, Naples, Genoa, Cannea, Barcelone, Madeira. From $627 Cabin Class; from $833 First Class. Other Mediterranean cruises from New York June 25, August 30, September 14, October 9 nd December 24. Hop aboard for vacation you'll never forget. Get your tickets from your travel agent. Or . Italian Line, 100 Biscayna Blvd., Room 1703, Miami, Fla. 33132. Tel: 377-9501'' SAFETY INFORMATION Ship of Italian registry. The ss Michflanoclo and Raffaiilo meet International Safety Standard for new ships developed in 1960. The as Lionarpo pa Vinci meets those developed In 1948. Italian Line L EMBASSY TRAVEL BUREAU 247 S. County Rd. Palm Beach Phone 833-4614 MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW WITH SARGENT TRAVEL BUREAU 1501 BROADWAY, RIVIERA BEACH 844-6413 JUPITER-TEQUESTA 746-4860 Authorized Agent - Italian Line Serving the I'alm Beaches' since lMti BROOKS - UNIVERSAL TRAVEL mmmmwM--.. 1 aa.-i 1 'm'mi 500-foot rubble groin will be constructed in order to stop shifting sands from undermining the supporting municipal fishing pier pylons. It will also provide for the artificial reef for fish study. Powell Brothers Inc. of Fort Lauderdale is scheduled to begin construction of the groin within 60 days, and has promised completion within 180 days. According to Johnson, "The money is in hand to pay for this artificial reef and plans for it were approved before the contract letting by both the State of Florida Conservation authorities and the U.S. Corps of Engineers." Anticipating possible objections that the Lake Worth Light Industrial Zone, the proposed laboratory site, is not directly on the ocean, Johnson remarked "the logistics of moving salt water a mile or so for use In fish tanks Is a lesser problem than an ocean voyage to a nonexistent artificial under water reef. A . &A-y f JOE FEARNLEY Johnson said he expected to be in phone contact with Fearnley regarding tha conference with Rogers. Consumer Buying Tendencies Object Of Upcoming Survey A consolidated consumer analysis will be launched in the greater West Palm Beach area on Monday, Nov. 13. The survey is designed to gather facts from consumers in the local area pertaining to shopping characteristics, buying intentions, products purchased, brands bought most recently, etc. Over 1,000 households from Lake Park to Boynton Beach have been randomly selected to participate, These households will be contacted and asked to participate by completing a questionnaire. The survey is sponsored by the Palm Beach Post Times in conjunction with seven other leading newspapers throughout the nation. These papers are The Denver Post, the Long Beach Independent and Press-Telegram, The Milwaukee Journal, The Omaha World Herald, The Providence Journal Bulletin, The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News Telegram and The St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press. First Research Corporation of Miami will be conducting the survey. Final results of the local survey, along with the data from the other seven newspapers, are supplied to approximately 3,000 advertising agencies throughout the United States. The long cruise to Tahiti, the South Seas, and the Orient Sail from California on Holland-America's sj. Slatcndam. 70 days of placet few traveler ever see. Holland-America's Grand Pacific-Orient Cruise. With calls in Nuka Hiva, Moorea, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Rarolonca. Auckland, Wellington, Sydney, Melbourne, Fre-mnntle, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Keelung, Kobe, Yokohama, Honolulu. 17 ports and 22,932 miles. Leaves Los Angeles and San 1-ranciico, January 12 and 13, 1968. From $2235 to $3895. SAFETY INFORMATION The a.i. Statendam, registered in the Netherlands, substantially meets International Safety Standards for new ships developed in 1960. TheWorE 80dajttof Cruising plus 4. January 19,1968 the a j. Rotterdam will give yon 4 extra days to take you to 7 new porU.No change in price, Sailing from New York Holland-America has a whole new way to show you the world, twinging wide around the Cape of Good Hope to South East Africa and on to India, the Orient, Hawaii and Mexico. 21 exotic ports in all. The .. Rotterdam, world'i largest world cruise liner, returns from its global adventure April II. Rates from $2900 to $9900. SAFETY INFORMATION: The u. Rotterdam, registered in the Netherlands, substantially meets International Safety Standards for new ships developed in I960. For Everything You Need To Know Contact BROOKS-UNIVERSAL TBAVEL 201 Dalna 8k W.P.B. 8.12-4244 EMBASSY. TRAVEL Bt'READ 247 S. Comfy Rd. Palm Beach 833-4614 PALM BEACH PANORAMA TOURS ISC. 310 Koy.l p.lm Way Palm IWh 832-S181 ROYAL POI.CI ANA TRAVEL INC. Kuyil roinrl.na Plan Palm Rwh 833-4631 SARGENT TRAVEL Bl READ 1510 Broadway Riviera AVarb Rtl-6415 TRADER 1NDS TRAVEL SERVICE 2112 Broadway Riviera Beach 848-2522 WORLD HIDE TRAVEL SERVICE 6614 Srnilh IXxhi W.P.R. 5Rr-5S4l Discussion Group Becomes Aquarian Research Center A study group presently functioning in Palm Iteach County is the Aquarian Research Center, a non profit educational research organization of national scope. Incorporated in November of 1964. the present organization grew from a small discussion group Interested in various philosophies and disciplines dealing with such subjects as extrasensory perception, metaphysics, unidentified flying objects and the religions and customs of the world. The aim of the organization Is to provide for its members and supporters, speakers and demoastrators of proven ability In their respective fields; to offer reading room and library accommodations for th enjoyment of books, magazines and other material pertinent to the purpose of the organization; to supply meeting rooms for small discussion and research groups dealing with these fields of Interest; and to encourage free exchange of ideas of a philosophical nature. Mrs. Harriet Boswell, founder and chairman of Aquarian Research Center, says: "It is the policy of our organization to inspect rather than reject, philosophies and practices, on the basis that a good philosophy or practice will bear up under thoughtful scrutiny. "Aquarian Research Center", she continued," Is named for the Aquarian Age In which we now live. It is the era, supposedly, during which time "the waters of life will be poured out on all mankind' and is believed to be the time of service through enlightenment. The last Aquarian age, Is believed to have occurred during the time of Atlantis when mankind was supposed to have been most enlightened." Publishing a monthly news letter and a quarterly bulletin as well as sponsoring annual seminars, Aquarian Research Christmas at Sea on a Santa SPECIAL CRUISES FROM PORT EVERGLADES . The Great Cruise of the Caribbean 9 Days to 6 Ports December 17-26 The famous Grace Line Santa Paula takes you to St. Thomas, La Guaira (Caracas), Curacao,-Aruba, Kingston and Port-au-Prince. Luxurious house-party atmosphere for just 300. Minimum $475 each with family plan for children to 18 years at $100 each. Through the Panama Canal to the Splendors of Peru 22 Days December 4-26 Grace Line's new Santa Maria sails for Kingston, Cartagena, Cristobal, Balboa, Buenaventura, Guayaquil and Callao (Lima). The way to see Latin America-your ship is your hotel in port. All first class for just 117 passengers. Minimum $685 each. A- Call your Travel Agent or GRACE LINE Port Evargladas Station Fort Lauderdala, Florida 33318 Tal.: Fort Laudardala, 626-3381 Miami, 847-7524 U. S. Fits Ships StrrlnQ tht Amnieis fmSuafray Safety Information: Grace passenger ships, registered in the United States, meet International Safety Standards for new ships developed in 1960 and meet the 1966 fire safety requirements. BOOK WITH BROOKS-UNIVERSAL TRAVKi; iiLii'iiaif, Your Cruise Headquarters in the Palm Beaches WORLD WIDE TRAVEL, IIIC. 6614 SOUTH DIXIE Wait Palm Bach Prion 563-5341 Center attract tomi of the top speakers In th fields understudy. The diversity of programs and experiments offered Includes such a u b J c 1 1 as astrology. Yoga, diet, hypnosis, symbolism, Atlantis, UFO's. numerol-Ey. color, aunts, dream analysis. Dead Sea Scroll, palmistry, meditation, reincarnation, Eastern religions and many others. j iaX-'i ? , L k' r X, j A groat resort has an oir, a flair, an atmosphere not often found In today'i fast-paced world. Discover all this as you vacation your woy to Europe on one of the four ships of Italian line MicHtuNCCLO, Rafpauio, Uonaoo oa Vinci, Cisiofoo Coiomso. What a way to livel There are pools to splash In, orchestras to dance to, gyms, jundecks, mov. tes. Every day Is a fun day, every night it Saturday night. Chefs, stewards, maids, and musicians pamperyou beyond yourdreams. What a way to go to Europel Aboard one of the world'i greatest resorts. See your travel agent ori Italian line, 100 Biscayne Blvd., Room 1703, Miami, Fla. 33132. Teli 377-9501. Italian Lino Itetiait Lint thipi r of llohefi ragutry. That vtmelt mt tantruci4 od maintain! to trie) highest e lots ifico Kofi rf the) Amtneafi lu'taw of Shipping and Ihe) r()utrmnl of lh Unitftd &loit Cooit Gv4 for rOfftgd veitl BOOK WITH RROOKS- UNIVEUSAL TRAVE EMBASSY TRAVEL BUREAU 247 S. COUNTY RD. 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