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iBOCA RATON NEWS
Boca Raton Fastest Growing City in County
Vol. 5 No. 28
Boca Raton, Florida, .Thursday, June 9, I960
Spirit of Compromise
Prevails Over Crossing
Lightning Hits 4 Places
ln Boca D u r i n
City Adopts Policy
On Fighting Fires
Boca Men Praise Spirit and Ability
Of SAC After Visit to Omaha Base
Four Boca Raton men
who made the trip to
Omaha, Neb., last week
to tour the headquarters
of the Strategic Air Command returned with expressions of confidence
in the nation's military
preparedness and with
praise for the "dedicated
men" who operate SAC.
Thomas F . Fleming Jr.,
James Caldwell, Bill Mitchell and William H. Hallman .were part of a group
of 35 business and civic
leaders from South Florida who were flown by
SAC from Miami to Omaha
and return and given a
close look at SAC headquarters.
The group of five men shown above includes four
from Boca Raton who were photographed at the Strategic Air Command headquarters near Omaha, Neb.
Left to right are William H. Hallman, Bill Mitchell,
James Caldwell, Thomas F . Fleming Jr. and Frank
Sirathers. Smathers, a brother of U.S. Sen. George
Smathers, is president of the Miami Beach Niional
The chief also was
authorized to use men
and equipment in fires
occurring in unincorporated areas if in his
opinion they could be
spared without jeopardizing city property.
A recommendation from
the civil Service Board
was approved placing Roland A. Tourigney on probationary appointment as
a Water Plant operator at
a salary of $329 a month.
Tourigney was selected
from the Civil Service
eligibility list and approved by Director of Public
Works William Prendergast.
City Manager William
Lamb was given authority to negotiate for a low
bid for paving the street
around the new Post Office site which is scheduled for opening July 1.
Commissioners approved the transfer of $5,000
from the General Fund to
the Capital Improvement
A resolution was adopted for clearing of certain
parcels of land designated as area No. 10,
Notice has been given to
property owners in the
S.E. 11th Street area
from Dixie to Federal
Highway. Public hearing
will be held at 7:30 p.m.
A public hearing on an
bulkhead line on the east
shore of Lake Wyman was
also set for June 28 at
An ordinance was read
by title only creating
liens for lot clearing in
areas 5, 6 and 7.
Referred to the Planning Commission was a
plat of the 20th street
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Boca Raton is the fastest growing city in Palm
Beach County, according
to United States census
The figures gave Boca
Raton • a 1960 population
of 6,891, which represented an increase of 594 percent over the city's 1950
population of 992.
The only other city in
Palm Beach County which
approached this percentage of increase was Lantana, which went from a
population of 773 i n
1950 to 4,964 in 1960,
an increase of 542 percent.
There were a few smallBoca Raton firemen, under the leadership of Fire Chief John F . Loughery,
er communities wh.~se
are shown packing clothing and blankets for Chilean relief. Left to right are
Lt. Daniel Andrews, Robert Higgins, Rudy Anderson, Joseph DeMassa, Harry
greater, including three —
Sullivan and Fire Inspector Sal Matteis. The response was good to the appeal
North Palm Beach, Palm
issued last week by Fire Chief John Loughery. By Friday 15 large cartons of
Springs and Lake Clarke
supplies had been packed by members of the Fire Department for shipment to
Shores — which had no
Chile. By yesterday the total had passed 30 cartons.—Boca Raton News Photo.
census . figures in 1950,
" but none of the cities
equaled Boca Raton's
Boca Raton now ranks
seventh in size among
which also happens to be
Scholarships were grant- Eugene Zeizel, $100 scholar- Phyllis Carver and Mike Cor- the ranking held by Palm
ship from the Boynton Beach bett.
Beach County among the
ed and special awards Junior
Mathematics award: Kermit counties of Florida.
Special awards included;
made to graduating SeRose.
Ed Melvin, Manager of
Jerry Richardson, valedictorian. Typing awards: Lauree Raniors at Seacrest High
William M her, salutatorian.
berg and Allen Schaeffer.
Boca Raton Chamber
School at the annual HonPatricia Cornn, $50 Savings
girl of Commerce, said yesterBond for highest scholarship. athlete: Mary Oliver.
ors Day yesterday.
Ernie Puesch, Sandy Minninthat this "lucky
average in Problems day
Scholarships granted in- ger award for ability and per- lnHighest
American Democracy and seven" position can be
Economics: Linda Jane Smith.
Nancy Ritz and Terry Carver,
School spirit award: Renee considered a good omen
William Maher, to Duke Uni- American History award.
captain of the cheer- for the future of the city.
versity, $850 a year.
Sally Van Sweden and Gerry leaders.
J erry Richardson, prlnc eton Roth, D.A.R. Good Citizenship
In the special census
University, $600 a year.
taken in 1955, Boca RaMike StraUl, $400 a year loan
Girl, 14, Apprehended ton was given a populafor the preparation of teachers Good Citizenship Award.
by the State Board of EducaOn Shoplifting Charge tion of 2,736. The gain
A 14-year-old girl was in the last five-year
Jo Ann Neol, music scholar- medals.,
ship. University of Georgia.
Jo Ann Neal and Bill Astras, apprehended in the Boton period was 4,155, or 150
James Bochte, tennis scholar. Danforth award for exceptional Store
in Royal Palm percent.
ship. University of Florida.
Betty Slices, $300 scholarIn 1930 Boca Raton had
Tlnka prjesmeyer and Jerry Shopping center Monday
ship, Virginia Interment Col- Richardson, award as out- afternoon on a charge of
official population of
standing boy and girl.
James Ray, football scholar447. In 1940 it was 723.
Playmaker awards went to
ship ff<r four years, Florida Audrey.
Store manager William The figures before 1930
State University and University Schmidt, Mary Dair, Eleanor
Sweet told police he saw were estimates and not
Herder, J erry Richardson and
Bill Astras, footbaU scholar- Mary Mayfield.
the girl pick up some official calculations.
ship, Coffeeville Junior ColJournalism
were blouses, shorts and handDelray Beach to the
lege in Kansas.
given to Sue Bogle, Mike
Kermlt Rose, $500 scholar- Stratll, Patty Eddlnger, Phil kerchiefs and he called north gained in population
ship, Florida State University.
Brault, Nick Wlllocks and the Boca Raton police.
from 6,312 in 1950 to
Kermit Rose, Wheel Club
The girl was released 11,939 in 1960, an inscholarship and Civitan Club
awards: Tom Mcscholarship.
Donald, Jo Ann Neal and to the custody of her par- crease of 5,627 or 89 perP atty Eddlnger, $200 a year Robert Morey.
ents pending action of the cent.
scholarship to Palm Beach
Junior College, presented by Snow. Nancy Rltz, Emalee juvenile court in west
Boynton Beach went
the Boca Raton Kiwanis Club. Yount and SaUy Van Sweden.
Palm Beach, according from 2,542 to 10,145, a
Jim Morobitto, Beta Club
scholarship for $100.
gain of 299 percent.
Grant, Barbara Corcoran and to the police report.
Susan Bogle, $100 BPW
To the south, in Browscholarship.
Latin award: Ronald An- World Population Grows
Valerie Browne, two .$100
scholarships to Palm Beach
Science award: Susan StrickBeach
came up with the
Elizabeth Gill, $100 from
English awards: Sally Van world is growing at the rate surprising population figthe
Auxiliary of Sweden,
ure of 9,307, which was a
Bethesda Memorial Hospital.
Marlena Seller, David Gabtick, of 47, 000, 000 a year.
gain of 7,219, or 345 percent, over the 1950 census figure of 2,088. Pompano Beach had 15,808.
Following are the census figures for Palm
Beach County communities in 1950 and i960:
Scholarships, Special Awards
Made to Seacrest Graduates
West Palm Beach43#162 55,539
North Palm Beach -—
Lake Clarke Shores —
This is the Atlas missile .in front of SAC headquarters at Omaha, one of the sights seen by the 35 South
Florida men, including four from Boca Raton, who
made a flying trip to Omaha last week as guests of
tinue, to prevent accidental attacks through
failure to make contact.
A large computer is
used to keep abreast of
all conditions, including
weather, to be prepared
for any eventuality at any
moment, the local men
SAC has 3,000 bombers
and each plane carries a
bomb 250 times more
powerful than the ones
used against Japan in •
SAC leaders told the
Florida group that 93
percent of the striking
power of the free world is
under SAC control, yet
SAC receives only 20 percent of the United states
A documentary film of
SAC headquarters and of
the visit of the Florida
men was made by television station WTVJ, Miami,
and will be shown from
8:30 to 9 o'clock ioni^j
on that station under the
title, "The Red Telephone."
Harold " R e d " Smith, an
employe of Wright's Chicken Farm on N.W. 51st
Street, was credited this
week with bringing in the
lost ocelot that had strayed away from its home in
Tom Wright said he
heard his dogs barking
and he saw they had cornered an animal, a large
cat. Wright intended to
shoot the animal until he
noticed it was wearing a
collar. While the animal
was held at bay, 21-yearold smith who, according
to Wright, "has a way
with animals," approached
it and snapped a belt onto
its collar, then led it to
be taken away by police.
The owner of the ocelot, George C. Stamden,
51 N.E. 51st Street, took
a $25 reward to Wright,
who turned it over to
young smith for his work
in capturing the animal.
The ocelot had been missing since May 12.
Price Ten Cents
T \o-htnincr struck
i n Boca
and again on Sunday.
About 5 p.m. Saturday a bolt hit the police station,
damaging four light bulbs.
Another bolt struck an unoccupied model home in
the Floresta Estates subdivision, digging a 15-inch
hole in the roof and splitting four rafters. Firemen
found no fire damage.
During Sunday's thunderstorm, a model home sign
was demolished by lightning, according to Carl Hendrix of Fantasy Homes in Boca Raton Square.
Mrs. Helen Bedell, Civil Service Board secretary,
reported that a lightning bolt struck a utility pole
near her home at 299 S.W. Third Avenue Sunday
A spirit of compromise Keating of Florida Inc.,
prevailed at the City in a letter to the comComm is si on
meeting mission, proposed two
Tuesday afternoon when routes for the extension
John Pedersen of Africa of Camino Real.
USA offered two plans
He said the firm had no
for the crossing of Caobjection to having the
mino Real to the west.
The first offer, which Pedersen's property and
he said he was empowered felt that the city should
to offer at this time, un- accept Pedersen's offer
der the terms of an option to dedicate and construct
agreement on Africa USA, such a road.
was to deed the city a
"Our only request is
tract of land 80 feet wide
west of the Florida East that from this road, easeCoast Railroad. Peder- ments and roads be consen said he would pay structed to tie into our
the cost of grading, con- present dedicated . road
struction and paving the right-of-ways," Brennan
straight road extension said.
of the Camino Real crossIt was agreed that the
A policy for fighting
city manager, city engiPedersen said that if neer and the Planning fires outside the city
the option is not exercis- Commission submit to limits was outlined in a
ed by next Feb. 7 he the City Commission at resolution adopted at the
could act as sole owner the next meeting a layout City Commission meeting
and deed the city a 60- of a detailed route using Tuesday afternoon.
Fire Chief John Loughfoot wide tract running the best aspects of the
north and south as an ex- Keating and Pedersen ery was authorized to use
tension of s.W. Third plans which would be men and equipment in a
Avenue but without cost most favorable to the city reciprocal agreement with
from a planning and traffic Delray Beach and Deerto him.
field Beach in case of
John K. Brennan of viewpoint.
Fleming, who had spearheaded the invitation to
the group, commented on
his return that "the men
who operate SAC are obviously men of ability
and dedication." He said
he had "never seen such
Mitchell, who gave a
report of the trip to the
Boca Raton News, said
the visit made a deep impression on the entire
group. He said they were
taken everywhere through
SAC headquarters, even to
the "war plans room,"
but the plans were covered at the time.
The SAC headquarters
building rises three stories above ground and
goes three to four stories below ground into
the bedrock of the Nebraska hillside. It is a
self-sufficient "war machine," but SAC's motto
is "Peace Is Our Profession," in line with its
two-fold avowed purpose:
(1) To deter war, and (2)
To prevail should war
Gen. Thomas S. Power,
commander of SAC, gave
the South Florida group a
demonstration of how SAC
keeps in touch with its
bases all over the world.
By means of a "red telephone", within seconds
the voice at SAC headquarters had responses
from points all over the
world. The leaders said
that within 15 minites of
an alert they can have
one-third of SAC's planes
in the air and headed toward their goal.
However, their orders
are to return to base unless later ordered to con-
So Far in '60
Boca Raton had a distinguished visitor yesterday in the person of Mrs. L.
Clark Priebe, the "Mrs. America" of the last year. She came to Boca Raton
with her husband from Ft, Lauderdale, where the Mrs. America contest is being
held this week. They visited the Furniture Plaza, which had the distinction
of decorating the Mrs. America home this year. Shown grouped in the Furniture
Plaza in Boca Raton yesterday were, left to right, Mrs. Priebe, Mr. Priebe,
R.D. Oilar, store manager; Fred Byers, contract sales representative of Furniture Plaza, and Tulane Kidd Jr., who decorated the Mrs. America home.—
Colony Studio Photo
Rainfall for May totaled
only 3.98 inches, according to Gus Eager, Water
Plant operator. The water
plant had to run at full
capacity, Hager said.
Rainfall for the five
months to date measured
15.12 inches, far below
normal for the period.
May had 20 days without
any rain at all, Hager said.
Sarasota Man Named
William B. Hanaford of
Sarasota has been appointed Sarasota County
sales manager for Arvida
Realty Company, it was
announced this week. Before joining Arvida, Hanaford was a broker-salesman in Sarasota.
2 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, June 9, 196JL
Work on Trial Transcript
In Burton Case Ordered
PETER JOHNSON ROSS
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F.
Rossof Villa Rica returned to
their home this week after
attending the graduation of
their son, Peter Johnson toss,
from the University of Florida at Gainesville, where
he was awarded a BA degree.
Peter has accepted a position with the Armstrong Cork
Company at Savannah, Ga.
21 Accidents in May
Injure Nine Persons
Nine persons were injured
in 21 accidents investigated
by the Boca Raton Police Department during May. Demages totaled $8, 53a
There were 255 complaints
made, 21 summons issued
with 11 estreated and 10
cases heard in court.
Fines and forfeiture collected amounted to $517.
There were 20 offense reports investigated,
S. Fed. IJwy. Deerfield
Held Over Thru Friday
7:30 and 11:00
In color at 9:30
In color at 9:30
In color at 11:20
Plus Technicolor Feature
Criminal Court Judge Hugh
McMillan has ordered that
every effort be ma de to com plete the trial transcript in
the Arthur Burton Boca Raton
land swindle case so the appeal may go forward.
Burton, 42, of Pompano
Beach, was convicted May 2,
1959, on three counts of
substantive felony ofacces-'
sory before the fact to uttering forged quit-claim deeds.
He was later sentenced to
five years in prison and is'
free on $5, 000 appeal bond.
Judge McMillan extended
the time for filing the transcript for one month longer than requested by Defense Attorney Hal S. Ives to
The judge ruled that it
was apparent that through
the joint efforts of Miss Frances Miller and Mrs. Rubie
Rowe that an accurate trans- .
cript can be completed.
This is the duty of the defense under court rules, he
Both women have worked
with E. J. Campbell, former
official court reporter who
recorded the six-day trial in
shorthand and on a belt recorder, and are familiar with
his shorthand. Even Campbell
maybe allowed by hisdocror
to assist, the jurist said.
It was Campbell's serious
illness and subsequent brain
surgery, andthe deathof the
late Criminal Court Judge
Edward G. Newell, who presidedatthe trial, which sent
the already difficult case into further knotty problems.
Ives claimed an accurate
transcript could not be completed.
The late Judge Newell
granted five extensions of
time for filing the transcript,
and since his death, Judge
More than half the transscript was completed by
Campbell before his illness,
comprising 250 pages; about 20 have been prepared
since then by Miss Miller
and Mrs. Rowe; and about
100 pages are left to be
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Located on N.E.
at wsnfieid Park
Television stars Miss Phyllis and Beeper the clown will
make personal appearances
Saturday morning at 10:30
at Africa USA.
The tall, lanky clown will
entertain with his antics that
have made him the star of
Popeye children's show and
Miss Phyllis will personally
greet the children who watch
her Romper Room show each
Children attending the
show at Africa USA between
10:30 and 1 will receive free
Beeper will be assisted in
his clowning by Billy, the
Quicksand Still Found
Although little is heard of
quicksand these days, it is as
common as ever and perhaps
more dangerous since it
seems to be less feared, according to the National Geographic Society.
Death Valley, one of the
hottest and most arid spots
in the world, has plenty of
life. More than 600 kinds of
plants thrive in the valley.
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Boca Raton 4526
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Thomas P. Nolan - George Reynolds - John P. Holmes
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Sub-Contractors and Suppliers
and HEAT PUMPS
R & R Pointing
2251 N.E. 4th Avenue, Boca Raton
Phone Boca 4703
Tom Myers Appliance
139 E. Palmetto Park Road
Simulated Brick by
Lumber Supplied by
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"Quality and Service"
2772 N. Dixie Highway
400 N-W- 2nd Avenue
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Architectural Millwork by
6865 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami 47
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1301N.W. First Avenue
Phone Boca 8509
Boca Raton Manager - RUSSELLE LACY
"See Us For The Finest"
John W.MOORE ZETTLEMOYER
1590 N. Federal Highway
June 9, I960 THE BOCA RATON NEWS 3
Mr. Gardner, Miss Risser
To Be Married on July 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Risser
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Drucille, to
J. Kelley Gardner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oley Gardner of
Miss RLsser attended Seacrest High School and the
West Palm Beach
School. She is employed at
the GiGi Beauty Salon.Gardner
from Maryville High School
and is associated with Lawson Electric.
A July 1 wedding i s
planned at the First Methodist Church.
Corn pops because of the
sudden release of pressure
generated by steam.
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Boca Raton Beta Sigma Phi delegates attending the sorority conventionin Miami
Beach last Friday were, front row, left to right, Mrs. John Feldmann, Mrs. Earle
Mays, Mrs. Jack Benham and Mrs. Don Cbblentz; rear row, left to right,
Harry Sorenson, Mrs. Harold Michaels and Mrs. Paul Hutchens president. - - Boca
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Miss Joyce Veal, 14-yearold daughterof Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Veal, is representing
Boca Raton in the 45th annual
Girls' 4-H Club Short Course
at Florida State University
this week. Miss Veal is a student at the J. C. Mitchell
Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce and
Miss Miriam LoPinto, assistant Home Demonstration agents with the Florida Agriculture Extension Service,
said the delegation included
Helen Zywicki, Bean City;
Ann Murray, Helen Hart and
Mary Loy Raulerson, Belle
Glade; Hanette Harrington,
Canal Point; Louise Ashton,
Marrie Lee Ax tell, Pat Belanger, Donna Curry, Holly
Handler, Joyce Veal, Doris
Walls and Mrs. Martin Ashton,
all from the Palm Beach
area. Mrs. Ashton is one of
the 4-H leaders.
More than 500 girls from
all over Florida registered for
the annual event.
Boca Raton was represented
at the annual state convention of Beta Sigma Phi held
at the Deauville Hotel on
Miami Beach by sorority
sisters Mrs. Paul Hutchens,
Mrs. Jack Feldmann, -Mrs.
Harry Sorenson, Mrs. Earle
Mays, Mrs. Don Coblentz,
Mrs. Harold Michael, Mrs.
Jack Benham, Mrs. Al Alford
and Mrs. John Hagerjr.
The "Girlof rhe Year" trophy was won by a Palm
Beach member, Mrs. H. W.
Weekend guests of Mr.and
Richard Porter were
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Mr. and Mrs. Hal Dane
have returned from a 7, 000mile motor trip which took
them to Washington, D. C,
Philadelphia and Falmouth
on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
They spent a week in the
Boston area and then toured
New England up to the Canadian border. From there they
went to Iowa City and spent
two weeks. -During the trip
they visited 268 friends and
Boca Villas Home
relatives, not counting childIs Scene of Cookout
ren, they said.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Rhoode
Mrs. E. H. Jensen recently
entertained at a cookoutat
their Boca Villas home re- returned from a vacation trip
to New York and Pennsylvacently.
Their guests were Mr. and nia.
Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Margaret MacDonald,
Mrs. Warren Seeley, Mr. and sister of Mrs. Richard Porter,
Mrs. John Young of Miami has returned to her home in
Shores and Mr. and Mrs. Scotland.
Mrs. Everett Bates of BoWarren Eldritt of
ca Raton and Mrs. Milton C.
Wursler of Delray Beach
spent the weekendas guests
Mrs. Trafford Honors
of Sgt. and Mrs. Clifford
Husband on Birthday
Mrs. Robert Trafford was Bates at Camp Gordon, Ga.
hostess to a birthday party in Sgt. Bates is an instructor
her home Saturday honoring there.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Rhoode
her husband, Robert.
have as guests this week Mr.
Guests attending were Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Eldritts of
and Mrs. Russ Meeker, Mr.
Punta Gorda, Fla.
and Mrs. John Darwin, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown
and Mrs. Robert Moray, Mr.
have as guests Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Al Cattabriga, Mr.
Warren Seely of Port Charand Mrs. Glenn Rauth and
Mr. and Mrs. James Vickers.
Mr. and Mrs. John Clausner of Bethlehem, Pa., are
Tree Thrives on Fire
guestsof Mr. and Mrs, Lester
The strange knobuone pine, Cadman of Winfield Park.
479 N.E. 20th Street
a rare species found chiefly
Dinner guests of Mr. and
in southwestern Oregon.has Mrs. A. F. Morey Sunday
been described as "the tree were Dr. and Mrs. Park BerkThe Finest in Gifts and Cards
that thrives on fire. "
heirnerof Delray Beach and
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cadman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. MeKenzie of Varsity Heights
left recently for Barberton,
Ohio, to spend a few weeks
with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Brandt. While there
they will attend the christening of their grandson, Kenneth, at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, Akron, Ohio. They
will also visit with Mrs. McKenzie's sister Mrs. Dexter
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There were many forums
on Saturday morning and a
banquetand dance was held
Saturday night. There were
between 600 and 700 m e m bers present.
The site for next year's
convention will be Ft. Lauderdale.
477 N.E. 20th St. BOCA RATON
in Winfield Park
S. Kimball Jr.,
House guests of Mr. and
•Mrs. Charles de Vault of
Country Club Village are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stack
of Kilgore, Texas; Mrs.
Craig Leach of Brookville,
Texas, and Mrs. Bennett
Spradley of Nacogdoches,
Texas. The guests came here
to attend the graduation ceremonies of the de Vaults'
twin daughters, the Misses
Binnie and Winnie de Vault,
from Palm Beach Junior College last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Schnurstein left Wednesday
for a two-month tour of Alaska. They are driving and
will visit Kansas
Omaha, Mount Rushmore,
Glacier Park, Banff and Yellowstone National
along the way. They will
leave for Aslaska via Ed mondton and completely
tour the new state. On their
return they will come
the way of Seattle and Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs.
David Bryan and sons, Do nald and David, ofPompano
Beach will accompany the
Schnursteins on the trip.
Mrs. John Bozzone and her
son, John Jr., left Friday to
attend the funeral of her
father in Long Island, N. Y.
Domina Jalbert has returned from a business trip
to the Dugway Proving
Grounds in Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Stoughton have as guests
their son and his wife, Mr.
and Mrs. William Stoughton and son, Ted, of Sylacauga, Ala. They plan to
stay about 10 days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyn Griffithsof Second Court entertained their daughter, Do reen, ofDetroitfor 10 days.
In Detroit, Miss Griffiths is
associated with the Campbell Ewald Company, a national advertising agency.
Mrs. Martha Steinbaugh
is planning a European trip
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tyson
have moved back to Boca
Raton from Delray Beach.
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at the El Sirocco in Deerfield
Beach attended by Miss Margaret Bodenstein, executive
director of the Palm Beach
County Heart Association.
Permanent committee appointments include
chairmen of the three heart
balls held at the Boca Raton
Club, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Porter, Boca Raton, "Mrs. W.
B. Topping of Delray Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tyner
Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Bebout Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
George Bogart and Mr. and
Mrs. Lynn Aldrich of Boca
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Guests attending were Mr.
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and Mrs. Daniel Borgioli and
daughter, Beverly, Miss Carmen Polley, Mr. and Mrs.
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4 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, June 9, 1960
Travelers Call Israel Oasis'
Awards Made to Pupils
At Boca Raton School
Award Day was held
Tuesday at the Boca Raton Elementary school,
with Principal Robert
Trafford presenting the
Sixth Grade, John Heckrote's
room, Steven Dolan, John Kalas,
Stephen Olsen, Betty Campbell,
Diane Jackson, Janet Taylot
and Sheila Sheffield; Mrs. Vir.
ginia Smith' s room, Marie Cicala, Stacy Kramer, Bobby Keith,
Hollace Osbome, Billy FlaveU
and Gary Fish.
High honor awards went to
Fourth Grade students Doreer*
Mitchell, Karen Mosher and
Gardner Campbell. Honors went
to Charlene Feddern, Karen Ann
Lorentzen and Carol Prowe.
Mr. and Mrs. David Ray,
High honors In the Fifth Welden, 350 N. W. Second
Grade went to Diane Borchardt,
Billy Feltner and Pamela Mo- Avenue, Boca Raton, ansher. Honors went to Barbara
Nolan, Barbara Campbell, Su- nounce the birth of a son,
san Carew and Susan Troxell. Richard Theadore II, June 1
High honors In the Sixth at Bethesda Memorial HosGrade went to Sheila Sheffield.
Honors went to John K&las( pital. Mrs. Welden is the
Diane Jackson and Billy Fla- f o r m e r Mollie Susanna
attendance awards Limerick.
awarded as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robert
First Grade, Eileen Troxellj
Second Grade, Pamela Jack- *Passente, 441 N. E. 26th Terson,
Donald Laury, Marilyn race, Boca Raton, announce
Hudson and David Laury; Third
Grade, Martha Gutzmer and the birth of a son, Christopher
Cynthia Stone; Fourth Grade,
Sherilyn Barton, Tommy Hud. John, June2atBethesda Meson, Billy Jackson and Richard morial H o s p i t a l . Mrs.
Sheffield; Fifth Grade, Jerry Passenteis the former Sheila
Vlllars, Barbara Nolan, Peggy
Ott and Betty Jo Patrick; Sixth Mary Finch.
Receiving scholarship awards at awards day at the Boca Raton School Tuesday were, front row, left to right, DoGrade, Brent Brace and Marie
Mitchell, Karen Mosher, Gardner Campbell, Charlene Feddern, Susan Troxell and Barbara Campbell; rear
Mr. and Mrs. John Wyatt
left to right, Billy Feltner, Sheila Sheffield, Pamela Mosher, Diane Borchardt, Barbara Nolen, Billy Flavell,
School Safety Patrol awards Murphy, 130 N. W. Second
were given to Brent Brace,
Jackson and John Kalas. -- Boca Raton News Photo.
John Kalas, Lloyd Butler,1 Street, Boca Raton, announce
Richard Myers, Rose Sabourin, the birth of a daughter, PaDiane
tricia Lynne, May 28 at BeCampbell.
Cited for being on the honor thesda Memorial Hospital.
roll for the sixth six-week gracMrs. Murphy is the former
ing period were:
Fourth Grade, Mrs. Lois May June Crookshanks.
At 11 a. m. Sunday, after
Cameron's room, Patricia MaMr. and Mrs. Marvin Goss
guire, Richard Sheffield, Gardbrief services in the present
ner Campbell, Peggy Miller, Jones, 1132 S. W. Third
Mrs. Clementine Brown,
auditorium, the church conLaura Smith, Nancy Corley,
Fourth Grade teacher at
Karen Vlllars, Debbie Kee and Street, Boca Raton, are the
gegration at the Bible Conthe Boca Raton school,
Charlene Feddern; Mrs. Clemenference Grounds will astine
room, Carol parents of a daughter, Sandi
has been honored by the
Hutchens, Carol Prowe, Sheri- Leigh, born May 30 at Besemble outdoors several hunFreedoms Foundation at
lyn Barton, Doreen Mitchell,
dred yards westward on the
Safari Homes this week an- Valley Forge, Pa., for
Karen Mosher, Karen Ann Lo- thesda Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Jones is the former nounced it had moved to 912 "exceptional service in
corner of N. W. Fourth Street
and Tommy Hudson.
and Fourth Avenue.
North Dixie Highway because furthe ring the Ame rican
Fifth Grade, Mrs. Carol Mc- Barbara Ann Myrick.
Kelllps' room, Diane Borchardt,
There they will witness
Mr. and Mrs. William Al- of the heavy increase in home way of life."
Billy Feltner, Pamela Mosher
; the ground -breaking for a
Mrs. Brown, finishing
and Barbara Nolen; Mrs. Vir-bert MacWilliams announce building.
new 2, 500-seat auditorium,
ginia Smith' s room, Barbara the birth of a daughter, Shelly
Frank Lyon has spread his her 40th year of teaching,
Campbell, Carl Feddern, Susan
estimated to cost upwards of
surTroxell and Susan Carew,
Mrs* Clementine Brown, Teacher,
Honored by Freedoms Foundation
or repairing your present
one and you're tired and
confused over the volume
of estimates, ivonying
about hidden costs or
"surprise extras", sail
us and we'll help you with
our free electrical layouts
at no obligation to you. It
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of your work! Just call
78 S. Federal H'way
Cordially invites you to
Sunday, June 12th.
. . . . after Church 'til 5:00 P.M.
We have created a lovely old market place for
your pleasure and convenience. We hope you may
find many happy leisure hours in either creating
our special crafts or buying internationally flavored or personally designed gifts.
Helent Barren, holding a professional diploma,
will personally instruct all wood fiber classes
FREE . . . AN ART WHICH IS "NATURE'S
ONLY RIVAL IN BEAUTY".
Mrs. Barton is held in high esteem in this area a s
a designer of gorgeous floral arrangements and
will make beautiful bouquets in either your containers or ours, from our extensive stocks of the
loveliest flowers we could find to buy in the
Boca Craft Banrar, Inc.
If you're building a home
Boca Craft Bazaar Int.
Marge Billing, with exceptional talents for the
unusual and original, will teach you FREE the
prised to receive the
"Magic of the Sea" or a scrap of net, a hat or
Conducting the dedication
award. She was one of
perhaps a mirror. She will teach you the art of
ceremony will be Conferthree teachers honored in
turning liquid plastic into unbelievable and durthe Palm Beach-Broward
ence President and founder
able flowers and foliage for your own pleasure or
Ira Lee Eshleman.
.V.the "joy of giving".
Mrs. Brown, who lives
Many of the Conference
at 234 E. Palmetto Park
trustees and sponsors will
We will, show you how to create beautiful gift
Road, had been recom- is a teacher of languages come from other parts of the
packages . • . candle decorations, plaques, permended for an award by at Florida State, she also country for the dedication
sonally designed hats and bags, and many other
the mothers of her stu- has three grandchildren.
dents more than a year
In order to erect the audiThe pioneer resident
ago. Following their urg- has taught all elementary torium in the planned loca- We are happy to share our ideas with Church, Hospital, Clubs and other organizations.
ing, she submitted a paper grades but said she en- tion andprovide ample park entitled "The American joys teaching the Fourth ing area, it was necessary to
Please come, browse and share the beauty of our
Way of Life," in which Grade best.
split in half and move to a Bazaar.
she explained her methods
new location the conference
of teaching responsible Two Cars Damaged
See our wares and crafts and tell us of yours, as
we are seeking those who create.
patriotism To Extent of $700
and a greater understandTwo cars were extensiveing of the American demo- ly damaged in a collision Trailer Is Boat, Tent
last Thursday at Maya Palm
A trailer for overnight
Mrs. Brown said t h e Drive and Date Palm Road in fishing trips that can be used
greatest award she could Royal Palm Yacht and Coun- as a boat and a tent has been
20 S. D D ^ HIGHWAY
possibly receive i s to
Ph. Boca 6500
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING learn that her pupils have
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Police said there is no stop pany.
ON A RESOLUTION OF THE benefited from her efforts
CITY OF BOCA RATON, FLORor yield sign at the corner
NOTICE i s hereby given
TO INSTALL PAVEMENT, in teaching.
that *he undersigned, desiring IDA,
yet but one is being preCURBS,
SIDEto engage in business under WALKS ALONG N.E. 2ND One of the outstanding
the fictitious name of SHOWprojects
instiSTREET BETWEEN N.E. 1ST
CASE HOMES, in the County of
Marvin, L. Bascom, 28, of
AVEtuted in the Fourth Grade
Palm Beach, State of Florida,
AND ALONG N.E. 1ST is the Good Deeds Club Delray Beach was traveling
intends to register the said NUE
BETWEEN BOCA RAThe delightful sound of tinkling water is
name with the Clerk of the Cir- AVENUE
ROAD AND N.E. 2ND which earns money every north on Date Palm Road and
cuit Court of Palm Beach TON
most welcome anywhere . . . in home,
year and presents a check Mary E. Phagan, 65, of 11
patio, garden or office. Completely
Dated at Boca Raton, Flori- TO ALL PARTIES IN INTE- to the Damon Runyon Can- S. Ocean Boulevard was drimobile
. prom $29.95
da, this 9th day of May, 1960. REST, PROPERTY OWNERS cer Fund and the Palm ving west on Maya Palm
Richard J. Wolf
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Beach Heart Association. Drive when the accident
RICHARD J. WOLF
We also carry a complete line of pool
that the City Commission of the
Mrs. Brown is a member happened.
City of Boca Raton, Florida,
Roberta M. McKenry
accessories, stop in and browse, won't
wUl hold a public hearing on a
Police said Bascom "s car
301 North Federal Highway
CommisBoca Raton, Florida
the Garden skidded 21 feet and Mrs.
PuMlsb: May 19 and 26, June 2 has determined the necessity Club and is active in
Phagan'scarskidded 15 feet.
and 9, I960.
of installing pavement, curbs, church work for the MethoNo arrests were made by
Furnish Proof of Publication.
gutters and sidewalks alongN.E.
Let us maintain your poo]
2nd Street between N.E. 1st dist, Baptist and Episco- investigating officer Patrolor lawn or both. Fully inAvenue
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
man Joseph Jodrey.
and along N.E. 1st Avenue besured and licensed. FREE
tween Boca Raton Road and
Damage to the Bascom car
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN N.E.
Street, Boca Raton, Mrs. Martha E. Moore and was estimated at $400 and
that the undersigned, desiring Palm 2nd
Beach County, Florida, John Grover Brown, both
to engage in business under
damage to the Phagan vethe fictitious name of:
of Tallahassee. Her son hicle was estimated at $300.
BOCA RATON BLUEPRINT CO. plans and cost estimates on
file in the office of the engiCross Hospital. Shelly Ann ca Raton Square to five other
weighed six pounds,\10 1/2 subdivisions in Boca Raton.
ounces. Mrs. MacWilliams These include recent land
is the former Laurel Strom, purchases in Spanish Village,
Lake WymanShores, Chatham
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irna Strom of 1470 N. E. Hills an d the ertire subdiviFourth Street, Boca Raton. sion of Vista Hills.
Other grandparents are Mr. Six different models are
and Mrs. Henry MacWilliams. available, with a seventh
A telegram was sent to the soon to be opened in Vista
father who is stationed in Hills with FHA financing aFrance with the armed forces, vailable.
announcing Shelley Ann's arThe most popular Safari
model is the Oasis, a threebedroom, two-bath house with
Toy electronic autos ihat a screen enclosed swimming
race along a fixed plastic pool and patio. Two are now
"roadway" have been deve- on display, one in Esterly,
loped to compete with toy the other in Lake Wyman
Jerusalem is oneof the the dirty, listless and often
world's saddest cities, a antagonistic Arabic region
bleak no man's land runs and inhabitants,
through its center and there said.
is no peace between Jews and
In Israel, everyone, male
Arabs, Pastor C. Ernest and female, serves in the arTatham told 65 men at a my until the age of 49.
fellowship gathering on the Tatham and his group spent
Boca Raton Bible Conference seven days in Arabia ascendGrounds.
ing the.Mountof Olives fplTatham recently returned lowing the old Roman road
from a 30-day tourof Europe w hi c hleads to the Garden of
and the Holy Land, on which Gethsamane and inspecting
he led 28 persons from the f im _h a nd other Holy Land
United States and Canada. s i t e s o f m]ic.a\
Israel, noted for being before passing over into IsraeL
friendly with the West, im—
pressed the visitors like a
"verdant oasis" compared to
Rea(| T h e
Pool i Lawn
intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach
/ s / DithmarH. Bulls
/ s / Mildred E. Bulla
Attorneys at Law
K & H Building
Publiflh: May 10 and 26, June 2
and 9-, 1960.
neer of the City of Boca Raton;
providing for assessments
against abutting property and
other matters pertaining thereto,
on the 14th day of June, 1960,
in the City Hall at 7:'0 P.M.
which date is more than three
days from the final publication
of this notice for the purpose
of hearing objections to said
Jacob Heldt, City Clerk
Publish: June 2nd and 9th, 1960
Furnish Proof 'of Publication
Gracious Florida Living at its finest
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By Mrs. Livingston
Mrs William Livingston,
president of the Boca Raton
Garden d u b , entertained at
a coffee last Thursday for
her officers and committee
chairmen for the last year.
Guests attending were
Mrs. Robert Leggett, Mrs.
A. R. Mitchell, Mrs. Lewis
Swope, Mrs. William O1
Donnell, Mrs. Homer Gwinn,
Mrs. G.I. Emerson, Mrs.
Clarence James, Mrs. John
Flancher, Mrs. E. A. Emerson, Mrs. Carl Ebert. Mrs.
Frank Shober, Mrs. Herbert
Brown, Mrs. Harry Reid and
Mrs. Edward Melvin.
Mrs. George Clemmer entertained at cocktails and a
buffet dinner for 16 guests
Saturday night. She will entertain for the same number
Mrs. lMinerva| Lichtig left
this week to visit her daughter, Mrs. S. D. Block of RDSlyn, Long Island, New York,
for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Boyle of Winfield Park had
as recent weekend guests Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. MacKenzie
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ebert
entertained on Monday at a
cookout for Mr. and Mrs. D.
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FEATURING LADIES' FASHION FOOTWEAR
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SALON of MUSIC
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Thursday, June 9, 1960 THE BOCA RATON NEWS 5
more than 40 percent by
Bidding Cuts Costs
L. Peters and Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Broadhead of Boca
Mrs. George Bonebrake is
in Cleveland for several
weeks visiting her children
Mrs. Albert Sterling entertained at luncheon and cards
in her Caribbean Keys home
on Thursday for a group of
Dan Do ran returned from
a trip to Utica, N.Y. ,,on
Mr. and Mrs. William Day
Sr. are spending a few days
Mrs. May McCarty left
recently to visit her uncle
and aunt in Connecticut.
Mrs. Itobert Kraeuter left
recently for Neptune, N. J.
She will attend a four-day
seminar at Douglas College,
New Brunswick,, N. J., and
plans to leave from there
for a vacation at the Old
Mill Art School in Elizabeth,
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hamann left recently to spend
the Summer in iewiston, N.
Y. They plan to return to
Boca Raton in November.
Mrs. Henry R. Jahnofthe
Estates is traveling for the
Summer in Germany and
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Benson of Winfield Park had as
recent guests Mrs. Chris Snyder and daughter, Jeanette,
of Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jones
have as their guests Mrs. V.
Server and Miss Ruth Anderson of Plant City, Fla.
Leaving to return to Naval
training at San Diego, Calif.,
is Gerald Mahone y, who has
been visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mahoney.
Arriving sometimethis week
is the Mahoneys' other son,
Norman, who recently was
graduated from the School
of Engineering a t Yale University.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell returned from a vacation trip to Key West and
Weekend guests of Mr.and
Mrs. D. S. Pentecost were
Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson
of Melbourne, Fla.
Mrs. S. K. Smith left her
Winfield Park home to join
her husband in Toronto, Ontario, where he is a member
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The cost of washing Chi- permitting small firms
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Director: Barbara Ransdell
PLACE: CHARLOTTE DANCE STUDIO
DIXIE HIGHWAY at N.E. 21st ST.
DIXIE SHOPPING CENTER WINFIELD PARK
500 Attend Opening of Cabana Club
75 Guests Present
At Benefit Coffee
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OPEN THIS WEEK FRI. EVE TIL 9
SALON of MUSIC
Shop and Save at one of Broward*s Largest
Country Club Plaza
998 N. Federal Hy.
More than 500 members
and guests from Boca Raton,
Beach and the Palm Beaches
turned out for the gala Summer opening of the Boca Raton Cabana Club last week.
A four foot ram carved in
ice centered the long buffet
table of hot hors d'oeuvres,
canapes and relishes.
Programs for the Cabana
Club Summer season were
announced and will include
fashion shows, barbeques,
A benefit coffee was given
last Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Paul Lo Bianco with
more than 75 guests attending. The coffee was a benefit for the Morning Star
School for physicallyhandicapped children in Lantana.
Mrs. Domina Jalbert, president of the Morning Star
Auxiliary, was co-hostess.
Mrs. Annette Theilen was
in charge of coffee. Pourers
were Mrs. John M. Brown, p a r t y Given in Home
Mrs. John Bozzone, Mrs. Qn 12th Birthday
Irving Babbs, Mrs. George
"Cusi" Botifoll celebrated
Clemmers and Mrs. James
12th birthday Sunday in
her home with a party.Mrs. Veillard Has
Decorations were carried
Guests at Luncheon
out in a color scheme of
Mrs. Paul Veillard enter- yellow, white and green.
tained at luncheon and bridge
in her Winfield Park home.
Nancy Lou Babbas, Maria
Herguests were Mrsjames Gloria Campos, Jimmy Pa Stowell, Mrs. A. F. Morey, trone, Joan Paula, Maureen
Mrs. Warren Bailey, Mrs. J. and Leo Anthony Fox, Dr.
R. Brooks, Mrs. Frank Goetz , and Mrs. F. Campos of
Mrs. Charles Boas and Mrs. Miami Beach, Mrs. F. CamEllwood Gardner.
pos Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Doran, Mrs. John M. Brown
and Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Fox.
Propellers can mangle bodies and a boat
traveling at a high rate of speed can cause
extensive property damage. The theft of expensive equipment is not uncommon.
Pausing for a moment in the festivities of the cocktail party given for membersof
the Boca Raton Cabana d u b were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kautz of Deerfield Beach
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Chatting informally at a cocktail party given at the opening of the Summer season
at the Boca Raton Cabana Club were,, left to right, Mrs. Robert Woods, Mrs. Arthur
Wenderoth, Jack Woods, Mrs. Bernard Turner and Bernard Turner.
Tomorrow is the LAST
5 P.M. to 7 P.M.
Symphony Board Sets
June 14 Meeting Place
The executive board meeting^of the North Broward Society of the Symphony,
scheduled for 10 a.m. next
Tuesday, June 14, will be
held at the home of Mrs. S.
C. Curtis, W. Terra Mar
Drive in Pompano Beach.
Following up a project
at the board's last meeting,
all members are being asked
to take along music books
and music literature which
are to be donated to the
Pompano Beach High School
Insurance is available in any combination at
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dinner dances and buffets.
A "Hawaiian night" has
been set for June 18 when
the ladies appear in Hawaiian
dresses and the men in their
gayest island print shirts.
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To Entertain Wives
Members of the Hi Square
Club will have their wives as
guests at a cocktail dinner
party at the Ebb Tide tonight.
Guests are also welcome,
Al Broell is chairman.
Members of the dinner committee are Ray White, W.
Buck Weaver, Gene Ennis,
Julian.Wells, Sam Scobee,
Inar Strom, Stu Johnson and
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6 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, June 9, l%0
The News' Public Forum
BOCA RATON NEWS
151 Royal Palm Road
Boca Raton, Florida
Phone 3767, 3768 or 3769
Published Every Thursday
Halford R. Houser, Publisher
H. Clay Riley, Business and Advertising Manager
Rodney G. Brower, Circulation and Promotion Manager
Beatrice Landry, News Editor
Helen Murphy, Classified Advertising Manager
Entered as second class matter at the post office
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CORRECTING A DANGEROUS INTERSECTION
has purchased the triangular piece of property and offered it to the city so that the
street ..-an be straightened -out and the
double lane eliminated. This will be a
grea t boon to the city and city officials are
already working out a traffic plan for the
One of the problems that officials want
eliminated is that a driver traveling north
Also increasing the danger was the ex- on S. W. Fourth Avenue has to make a full
tension of N. W. Fourth Avenue south into right turn and then a full left turn crossing
the subdivisions there. The road is now Palmetto Park Road to enter the second
heavily traveled with cars going to the lane of N. W. Fourth Avenue. This means'
Bible Conference Grounds, recently to the that the driver has to stop for traffic on
polo grounds, and to subdivisions to the west. West Palmetto Park foad and wait for it to
There have been many near accidents at clear before he can make the lefttum into
the intersection and an accident happened
N. W. Fourth Avenue.
there last week when a driver moved into
This has confused nany drivers who have
rhe wrong lane blocking the view of a dri- mistakenly turned into the wrong lane.
ver attempting to pull out onto Palmetto
Straightening out this job will be a dePark Road.
cided asset to the city's traffic problems
Now a solution to the problem has been and goes one step further toward making
found. Centex Construction Company Inc. Boca Raton a safer place in which to drive.
For 'J long time now one of the more
dangerous traffic sites in the city huS been
at the intersection of West Palmetto Park
Road ant) the two-way lanesofN. W. Fourth
Avenue running east anu west.
With the widening of the hill on Palmetto Park Road, traffic seems to move faster
and the danger increases.
West Palm Beach, Fla.,
June 1, 1960
Boca Raton News:
I must again take this opportunity to thank you from ,
the depths of my heart for the
editorial endorsement and
support that you gave me^yi
my recent successful campaign for the Democratic nomination to the State Senate,
from Palm Beach County.
I know full well that your
support and endorsement contributed mightily to my success.
I appreciate so very much
your expressionof confidence
in my past service, and
assure you that I shall do
everything in my power to
continue to merit the confidence which you and your
paperhave expressed in me.
With warmest personal regards and thanks, I remain
RALPH J. BLANK JR.
Boca Firm Decorates
Mrs. America Home
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June 4, 1960
Raton has been selected to
furnish and decorate the
Boca Raton News:
i960 Mrs. America Huber
Now that I am back from Home. The decorator assoa trip west and have a chance ciated with Furniture Plaza
to catch up on back issues of was Tulane Kidd Jr.
my favorite paper, I should
Kidd used a varied collike to make a few observa- lection of Drexel furniture,
tions. It is good to see let- with bleached and oil finters from solid citizens such ished walnut the predomias Tom Fleming,
Tom nant wood.
The bedrooms are deco Meredith and C. P. Messersmith. And I would like to rated in soft, restful shades
see department heads of the of beige.
city allowed to run their departments for which they are
responsible. Also, one of our
paid commissioners who will
not attend closed meetings
because of principle refuses
no doubt to accept pay for
those meetings which
does not attend.
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Mailing Tips Suggested
To Summer Vacationers
mited time upon written request.
2. If you want to get your
mail while you're away, file
a forwarding order with the
postmaster. (Let him know
when you get back, though. )
3. _Use your full and complete vacation address and
give it to people who may
4. Use enough postage.
5. Don'tsend cash in letters; use postal money orders,
and register letters containing valuable items.
6. Prepare your packages
7. Buy books of stamps so
you won't exhaust your suppBY LAWRENCE DAME
Albee creates a sort of ar- ly far from the nearest post
One of the formulae for a tistically nihilistic town office.comic novel in this rather somewhere along the sea,
serious era is to pack as much where an old revivalist co- Turnpike Income Up
By BEATRICE LANDRY
slapstick as possible round lony had failed, and peoples 17 Percent in Year
assortGross income of the SunJune has been designated as National Recreation Month characterizations. I must ad- it with a strange
State Parkway in April
and Boca Raton will take an active part in the program.
mit that I prefer wit to bur- dreamers and parasites. De- showed a gain of 17. 5 perThere will be all kinds of supervised activities going on lesque and for this reason
liberately kept remote from cent over the same month in
throughout the month under the direction of James Rutherford, George Albee's much-heralmore practical parts of the 1959, according to Thomas
supervisor of recreation, and Joe Galayda, assistant supervi- ded "By the Sea, By the Sea,"
country, the community B. Manuel, chairman of the
by Simon and ambles crazily on its way to Florida State Turnpike AuAlthough it has been a long time growing to the present Schuster, fails to leave me
nowhere through almost thority.
stage, Boca Raton doesn't have to take a back seat to any- breathless with laughter.
painfully contrived antics of
April gross income was
one in its planned recreation programs for the youths and
Joyce Cary was one of my its denizens.
$517, 365, 89 compared to
adults of the community.
favorite modern humorists
Love and commerce of $440, 459, 21 in the 1959
Well over 100 youngsters participate in the many activi- and his "The Horse's Mouth,"
zany kinds thrive intramural- month for an increase of
tiesof Teen Town, which includes everything from pre-teen which somehow the movies
ly. Unlikely mates somehow $76, 906. 68.
movies to record hops for the teenagers. The teenagers under toned down despite the apget together. There are madDuring April a total of
adult supervision have many special programs throughout pearance of Alec Guinness,
cap rescues at sea, blather- 416, 283 vehicles used the
the year and also take part in civic organization programs. is an example of merriment
skite intrigues and outrageous Turnpike compared
They pattern their government along the lines of the city as I like it in books. Then
feuds. And, of course, there 332, 247 for the same month
and have regular elected officers and appointed committees. Niki Kazentzakis' magnifiis a great deal of silly talk, the preceding year.
They have a most successful operation under the supervision cently picaresque
of the Recreation Department.
with its deep philosphicalaHumor does get a start
The U. S. Government first
The youngsters of the city come in for their share of sides "Zorba the Greek," may when the dreamiest member minted five-cent pieces in
planned recreation. There are baseball teams, basketball be cited as an even finer of the community, a young 1794.
teams and football teams in season. There are enough teams example for the comic style, collector
so that just about everyone gets a chance to play on one with a kinship to 19th Cen- bumbles his way onto a big
team or another.
tury Henry Fielding's immor- city TV program and conThere are always volleyball games going on, and a fun- tal "Tom Jones. "
founds the experts while
filled Summer program is being planned for all youngsters
There is no reason to ex- winning all sorts of prizes
from pre-first graders to teenagers. There will be all sorts
he promptly gives away so
pect the author of "By the
of active games as well as arts and crafts and quiet games
Sea" to reach such heights. thathe and his halfwit bride
for those who want them.
may find peace again.
Now and then even I found
Although several things have been attempted for adult a chuckle or two in his ridi- Come to think of it, "By
recreation, no one thing seems to draw a large crowd. culous and creakingly con- the Sea" wasn't much of an
Shuffleboards in the park are open for the older group and trived situations, and I can
effort to read and many
several arts and crafts classes have been conducted.
You r home
imagine that a great many
will find that a boon in the
Plans are still in progress foradditional adult recreation to readers will deem the book
hot weeks ahead.
round out this full year-round program and when the older to be sidesplitting.
group indicates an interest in any one project the plans will
but what about
be completed to help them.
L.All in all, Boca Raton has a Recreation Department of
which the community can be proud during this National ReThat new TV. hi-fi, dishcreation Month.
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In 1914, Great Britain was the No. 1 world empire. The
"sun never sets on the Union Jack," was its proud boast. It
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A responsible industrial'magazine editor says; "The rising
tide of imports into the United States and our loss of exports
YOUR MASONRY WALLS
can make us a 'have not1 and 'has been1 nation. "He backs
this statement with an imposing array of facts.
Take steel. In 1957, we imported 1.1 million tons of
steel mill products and exported 5. 2 million tons of finished
steel. In 1959, we imported 4. 4 million tons, and our exports dropped to 1. 5 million tons.
This increase in imports and decrease in exports accounts
for 10 million tons of ingots, not produced in American
mills by American labor.
Take automobiles. The change in export-import figures
accounts for 700, 000 automobiles annually not built in U. S.
Take machine tools, the heart of our industrial strength.
Our machine tool industry labor costs are four times greater
rhan West Germany, three times England's, and seven times
Our machine tool industry is actually moving out of this
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country! With it go jobs, profits, taxes and national
Noting that this is the season when many people are
away from home, postmaster
Don McDermott this week
offered seven mailing tips to
assure them the best possible
mail advice. He suggested:
1. Don't let a stuffed mail
box advertise your absence to
housebreakers. Ask a neighbor to empty your box and
hold your mail. If this cannot
be arranged, the postmaster
may hold your mail for a li-
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Thursday, June 9, 1960 THE BOCA RATON NEWS 7
Pastor Will Discuss
Start of Auditorium
Will Feature Service
Presbyterians Will Hold
Promotion Day Program
The Cbvffch School of the
First Presbyterian Church will
hold its Promotion and Achievement Day program at 9:30
Members of each department
Two graduating Seniors, Jo will participate, and the Junior
Mann and Richard Smith, will be Choir will sing. Attendance,
recognized at the First Metho- achievement
. dist Church Sunday by the pas. awards will be presented by the
superintendent, Kenneth HigThe sermon, to be preached gins. Parents and members of
by the Rev. Ernest Hawk, is the Congregation are invited to
entitled, "There la Still a attend.
The school has more than
On Monday a combined Vaca- doubled its enrollment since
tion Church School will be the opening day last" Fall.
at the Methodist The program Sunday will mark
Church with the Presbyterian the closing of the school until
and Methodist churches partici- September,
pating. Mrs.. John Mitchell is
"The Most Neglected Book"
will be the subject of the serRector to Be Teacher
At 8 p.m. Monday the Official mon by Rev, Albert G. Shiphofst,
Board for the new year will meet pastor, at the 11 a.m, service.
At Camp for 10 Days
at the church for the election of Both Junior and Senior choirs
The rector of St. Gregory's
officers and to set plans for the will sing anthems at this serEpiscopal Church, Rev. James
Tuesday at 10 a.m. the Minis- Beginning Sunday, June 19, C. Stoutsenberger, will teach at
terial Association will meet at services at the First Presby- the Diocesan camp at Avon
the Methodist Chutch, and at terian Church will begin at Park for the next 10 days. The
Sunday schedule of services
7:30 p.m. the Methodist Men's 9:30 a.m.
Cabinet will meet at the home
The Board of Trustees of will be maintained this Sunday;
of L.L. Tazewell, president.
the church will meet in the Matins, 7:^0; Holy Eucharist, 8;
Thursday at 4 p.m. the Chris- pastor's study on Tuesday at Catechism
9:30; morning prayer and sen.
tian Social Concerns Commis- 7:30 p.m.
sion will meet at the Methodist
The Women's Evening Cifc
There will be no weekday
Church with chairman Mrs. L«- cle of the First Presbyterian
Chucch will meet In the church services the week of June 12
"n Tuesday evening at 8. Mrs. except morning prayer ThursWilliam Short and Mrs, Warren day at 10 o'clock read by a lay
Conductor of Broadcast Harris will be in charge of the reader.
To Talk Here Sunday
Rev. shlphorst and elder
An unusual opportunity will Raymond Smith will represent Florida Shows Way
be offered Sunday at the 11 n.m, the church at the annual meetworship service of the Church ing of. the Synod of Florida
Florida is the leading state
of the Open Door when Roger which will be held in the First in the production of phosMarlsbary will be the guest Presbyterian
phate rock and fuller's earth
speaker. Mr. Marlsbary i s ac- Worth, June 13-16.
tive In Christian circles conducting "The Upper Room"
broadcast from Ft. Lauderdale.
Evening meetings of the
church have.been discontinued
until September. Prayer meetings are held each Wednesday
evening at the church from
7:30 to 8! 30.
Installed in office Saturday night at a banquet at the Imperial House, Pompano Beach, were, left to right, Boca
Raton Lions Peter Ravenhall, lion tamer; Thomas MacPherson, second vice-president; Joseph Damateo,
twister; Dithrnar Bulla, president; Jack Welch, director; Sam Acquilano, director, and John Matteis, director.
-- Colony Studio Photo.
The University of Mississippi claims to have the lar gest Confederate battle flag
-- 57 by 90 feet.
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7:30 Evening Worship
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9:30 — The Church at Study
10:30—The Church at Worship
Sermon: "THINE BE THE
William M. Deutschman
Pastor Wendell P. Loveless
The Sunday evening services
has announced that the 11 a.m. at Calvary Baptist Church of
service of the Bible Conference North Pompano will 'feature a
Church Sunday will Include special series of sermons by
groundbreaking c eremonies for Pastor Wes Auger on perplex*
a new 2,500-seat auditorium at ing problems. The first will be
the Boca Raton Bible Confe- preached at the 7j30 service
rence Grounds. Conference pres- this coming Sunday night and
ident Ira Lee Eshleman will pre- will be entitled, "Did Christ
Die For All?"
Pastor C. Ernest Tattain will
In the 11 a.m. service Pastor
show slide pictures of the Holy Auger speaks on "What Christ
Land and bring the message at Wrote in the Sand".
the evening service. Special
Calvary Baptist Church has
choir music will be presented been accepted into the fellowat both services.
ship of the American Council
On Monday, June 13, at 10 of Christian Churches.
a.m., the Women's Missionary
Fellowship will have an all-day
All members and
friends are invited and urged to
come and bring their lunch,
Wendell P. Loveless,
president, will preside and
- CONSERVATIVE Mrs. Roy Beverly will be the
speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Beverly
Parks Hunt, Pastor ,
and their children will soon
be leaving for Long Key in the - SUNDAY SERVICES Bahamas
to do missionary
9:35 Sunday School
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jamison, seated right, celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary at the Lions Club installation banquet Saturday night at the Harris Imperial
House, Pompano Beach. Their guests for the evening were, seated, left of them,
Mrs. William O'Donnell and Dr. William G. O'Donnell; standing, left to right,
Mrs. Harold Turner, Harold Turner, Mrs. Frances Martens and the Rev.James Stoutsenberger. - - Colony Studio Photo.
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Victor Semet of Margate,
toastmaster, introduced the
following guests of honor
Lions Club outgoing president Wallace D. Swartz and
Mrs. Swartz; Mrs. Dithrnar
Bulla, Mrs. Scott Kitsonand
Dithmar H. Bulla was in- Mrs. Victor Semet, retired
stalled as president of the light heavyweight world's
Boca Raton Lions Club at the champion Joey Maxim and
installationbanquetheld Sa- daughter.
turday night at the Harris
Imperial House in Pompano Semet made the presentation
of awards for outstanding
G. Scott Kitson, Interna- service to Wallace Swartz,
tional counselor, of Ft. Lau- Dithmar Bulla, Jack Cartuderdale, also installed Frank
sciello, Thomas MacPherson,
Liberty as first vice-presi- Mrs. Carolyn Douglas and
dent; Thomas MacPherson,
Mrs. Catherine Acquilano.
second vice-president; Frank
Awards for perfect attendFirer, third vice-president; ance .were given to Charles
Charles Fracker, in absentia, Davy, Eric Kohtz, Frank Lisecretary and treasurer; Peter berty, Dale Swartz, Dithmar
Ravenhall, lion tamer, Jo- Bulla, Charles Fracker, Carl
seph Damateo, tail twister, Douglas, Dr. William Maxf
a n d Jack Welch, Sam
ield, Lee Silvestry, Joseph
Acquilano and John Matteis, Damateo and Ernest Waskow.
chairman, reported an attendance of 180 Lions and
Anoccasion within an occasion, Mr.andMrs. Thomas
Jamison celebrated t h e i r
23rd wedding anniversary at
the banquet. Their guests
were the Rev. James StoutWithout Motor
senberger and his fiancee,
' Spit Hood
Mrs. Frances Mertens; Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Turner and
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8 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, June 9, I960
SEE OUR 6 N E W MODELS
Receiving their diplomas at graduation ceremonies of the Palm Beach Chapter of
the American Savings and Loan Institute were, left to right, Miss Nancy Merritt,
Miss Jeanne LaChapelle, Mrs. Betty Grant, Mrs. Corinne Brooks, and William C.
Mizelle of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association.
Mizelle Heads First Federal Group
Receiving Certificates From Institute
Twenty-two employes of association secretary.
the First Federal Savings and
Miss Nancy Merritt, head
Loan Association of Delray teller, received the standard
Beach attended the gradua- diploma upon completion of
tion exercises and banquet 10 courses. Mrs. Betty Grant
of the Palm Beach Chapter of and Miss Jeanne LaChapelle
the American Savings and received the achievement aLoan Institute held at the ward upon completion of
Palm Beach Towers in Palm four required courses.
Diplomas were presented
Walter A. Obers, presiReceiving the graduate diploma, the highest award dent of the American Sapresented by the institute for vings and Loan Institute of
completion of 16 required Chicago, who was also guest
courses of study, were Wil- speaker.
Receiving certificates of
liam C. Mizelle, executive
vice-president of First Fede- award were the following;
R. V. Bamber for savings
ral, and Mrs. Corinne Brooks,
accounts I and II; Norma
Beery for savings account
I and residential appraising;
Corinne Brooks for savings
account I, Real Estate Principles I and II, accounting
Iandll and savings and loan
by; W. P. BEBOUT
For A Lasting
We read' where a British research team has
suggested that smokers
might be prone to cancer
because they generally
"live it u p " more than
is how subjects were
classified according to
Anti-Mildew - PVA
personality: — how do
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Cigaret smokers — the
Pipe smokers — the most
introverted and preoccupied
getting satisfaction with
inner thoughts and fancies.
Non-smokers — nearly
as introverted a s pipe
Ex-smokers — the most
nervous, likely to chew
pencils and bite their
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Also Betty Grant for savings account I and teller
training; Sally Haller forsavings account I; Albert C.
Higgins for savings accounts
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training; W. Thomas Martin
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Nancy Merritt for mortgage lending, residential appraising, accounting I and II
and teller training; Irene M.
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William C. Mizelle for savings accounts I and II; Dorothy Moody for teller training; C. Harrison Newman of
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Paxson for savings accounts
I and II, Mildred Peters for
mortgage lending and residential appraising; Shirley
RedigerofBoca Ratonfor savings accounts I and II, and
Joy Spinner for savings account I and teller training.
W. Thomas Martin, a loan
officer in the Boca Raton
Branch of First Federal, was
elected first vice-president
of the Palm Beach Chapter.
Fred Teed, Riviera Beach;
Ronald Finch, Lake Worth,
and secretary-treasurer, Miss
May Lou Kaminske, Riviera
The immunization clinic
will be held Monday, June
13, at Teen Town for infants
and pre-school children from
1 to 2 p. m. and for school
children from 2 to 4 p. m.
A registered nurse will be
Experts calculate that only about once in 64 billion
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Delray Junior High School
Lists Scholastic Awards
Scholastic awards at
the Delray Junior High
School were announced
Robert Speicher of the
Seventh Grade led the
list with all A's for five
D.A.R. awards went to
Ted Rail, Greta Jones,
A's and B's — 4 Periods
Penny Bowen and Jon
Miller. American Legion
awards were made to Ted
Rau and Greta Jones.
narres of students in the
Seventh, Eighth and Ninth
grades who attained high
marks in one, two, three,
four or five periods:
All A's — 5 Periods
SEVENTH GRADE - Maisie
Buerk, Clifford Fuller, Mike
Rose, Linda Shaw, Nancy
Sinks and Bob Story.
EIGHTH GRADE - Tena
Ted Rau, Mike Smith and Alex
NINTH GRADE - David
Fritz, Charlotte Majors, Robin
Sanders and King Scherer.
Thursday, June 9, 1960 THE BOCA RATON NEWS 9
JAMISON ROOFING INC.
Surgical Nur$es Play Important Roles
In Bethesda's 110 Operations a Month
SHEET METAL WORK
* ROGF REPAIRS
SHOP MOVED TO
2420 N.W. 1ST. AVE.
BY ANNE MOORE
PHONES BOCA 8130 - 5836
Nancy Green, operating
room supervisor of Bethesda
Memorial Hospital, drives
A's and B's - 3 Periods
SEVENTH GRADE - Sharon 50 miles every day between
Cate, John Fletcher, Martha
Griesemer, John Hackman, Lynn her home in Fort Lauderdale
Hanshumaker, Anna Marie Mar- and the hospital. That she
ra, Richard Pasley, Elizabeth
127 lioca Raton Road
makes this round trip is proof
Scherer and Mary Sprott.
EIGHTH GRADE — Lois Bar. of how Mrs. Green enjoys
low, Greta Jones, David MilA's and B's — 5 Periods
ler, Mary Wallace and Diane working at Bethesda. In fact,
SEVENTH GRADE — Scott Giersdorf.
she'll tell you she spent
Kruse, Nancy Mueller, patsy
NINTH GRADE — Ann Bres- months "just sitting and
Pinder, Sandra Roy, Lynn Turl- lauer,
ington, Jane Lyon, Llndo Shaw Hill, Ruth Hutzler, Patrick waiting for the hospital to
'Griffin Has The Floor"
and Mike Rose.
Janet Manson, Bill open. "
EIGHTH GRADE - PriacUla Laury, Henry
Hutzler, Brant Philippi and Terry,
Mrs. Green and most of
her team of surgical nurses,
NINTH GRADE — Dudley
A's and B's - 2 Periods
SEVENTH GRADE — Danny the "women in white" who
Britt, Linda Gathright, Jane
Lyon, Robert MacLaren, Kath- always wear green on duty,
leen Van Matre and Patricia work from 7 a. m. to 3:30
EIGHTH GRADE - Eddie p. m. All scheduled surgery
Conklin, Cathy Deese, Rose- is performed between 8 a.m.
mary Frantz, John Gloskowski,
Scott Locklar, Jon Miller, Doro- and 3:30 p. m.
thy Roth, Kathy Van Sweden
From 3 to 11 p.m., one
3749 N.Fedl. Hwy. Pompano Beach
and Polly Terry,
NINTH GRADE - Judy Ale*. nurse is on duty and another
ander, Barbara Banting, Ronnie on call to handle any emerWH 1-0617
WITH EQUIMEHT PU«CHAlt
Borst, William Goldsmith, Susan
Gaulais, Ellen Grossman, Sandra Huff, Betty Jo Machek, been founo that most emerHOURS: EXCEPT FRI. & MON. 'TIL 9:00 P.M.
118 N. Federal Hwy.
Carol MacMUlan, Danny Mowgencies
bray, Nancy Myers, Nancy
Tarayos and Pat Vitale.
hours. The surgical nurses
NANCY GREEN, R. N.
are on call for the remainder
A's and B's - 1 Period
SEVENTH G RADE - Carolyn of the 24 period.
Operating room supervisor
Beach, William Cate, Marion
Glaze, Charles Heisley, Dianne
An average of 110 operaKnutsen, Roger Ledridge, David
Lutzlnger, B arry Mason, Sharon tions a month are performed
Banting, in the two major surgeries
Judy Heeren, Larry Melln, Terry of Bethesda Memorial. Both
Osborne, Virginia Westphai and
for Modernization and Remodeling
surgeries are usually in use
EIGHTH GRADE — Patricia from 8 to 3:30.
NO MONEY DOWN • UP TO 5 YRS. TO PAY
city that has such conscienAnderson,
' BY SAL MATTEIS
Betty Jean Hughson, Linda
Perhaps in no other area
Have you ever wondered tious men who devote their
Lynch, Pam McOwen, William
loan your monthly payments
Neal, Nancy Pursley, Helen of the hospital does team - why policemen and firemen lives for us all. It is the poVan Heiningen and Ginger work play such an important get along so well together? liceman who patrols the
wifl be only $20.79.
We will build, repair, remodel and maintain
NINTH GRADE .— Terry part as it does in the surge- If you have thought of this streets while you are asleep;
Diane Day, Marilyn ries. The surgical team in- and were never able to figure always on the watch and
anything in or around your home. Call today.
Hertz, Bill Houghton, Mary
ready to assist and.alwaysaAnn LaLonde, Marilyn Pa- cludes two nurses (a circula- the answer, here it is:
lermo, Diane Potter, Wayne ting and instrument or scrub
Without the help of the vailable when you need
Roth, Pat Vltali, Calvin Suggs,
Police Department, we of
Bart Turner and Sharon Walker.
• assistant and the anesthetist. the Fire Department would policemen and may the Good
Boca Couple Return
Bethesda has two anestheseo- miss our "right arm. " The Lord watch over you at all
From Son s Funeral
logists, Drs. Richard Man- patrolman, riding around in times, whether on or off
Mr. and Mis. Edwin Trebel they and Joseph Beran, and the police car, keeps an ever
110 E. PALMETTO PARK ROAD
Emily watching eye for fires, acci- and the citizens of Boca Raof 1031 S. W. Third Street nurse-anesthetist,
BOCA RATON, FLORIDA
1960-'59-'58 and OLDER
dents, obstructions to fire- ton have the best. Thanks
have returned from Hamil - Barrett, on its staff.
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Most of the surgery per- hydrantsandexitways; clears
ton, Ohio, and Davenport,
Iowa, after attending the fu- formed at Bethesda is classi- traffic for our equipment;
neral of their son, Dr. Edwin fied as "major" with much sets up fire-lines and reroutes
Trebel, 38, who was found of it being of a highly spe- the flow of traffic at fires.
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dead in his bed.
Dr. Trebel was born Aug. lists chest surgery, lobecto- regular routine of motor vef»ers<mciSly b y Jack Pitts
27, 1921, in Hamilton, Ohio, mies, vascular and skin hicle violations, school traf345 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY
and was a graduate of Miami grafts as some of the nu- fic, complaints that are alI
University and the Palmer merous types of surgery ways being registered.
DELRAY BEACH, FLA.
Chiropractic, which have been-done in could go on and on with his
where he was a member of Bethesda. She terms Bethes- numerous duties.
Accidents and first-aid are
da an exceptionally well
equipped hospital for its a joint duty and many times
you will see your police ofsize.
Despite the long hours of ficer helping your fireman
duty which the surgical perform his duties in rescue
nurse may put in, she has work, fire investigations,
rewarding satisfaction of trapped persons and skin dipositive accomplishment. ving.
She also has the very speBoca Raton is very fortucial devotion and coopera- nate in having such close
tion of her fellow surgical harmony between the Police
nurses. (Mrs. Rita Gannon Department and Fire Departof Deerfield Beach is part ment. We are a team who
As of June 1, I960, there has become
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GAS STRETCHING ECONOMY
mountain shrinking performance
CORVAIR GIVES YOU BOTH!
The same Corvair that rolled up a whopping 27.03 miles per gallon* in the
Mobilgas Economy Run turned around to scale snow-glazed Pikes Peak earlier in
the season than any other car has ever dared to try. What better proof could you
ask (official United States Automobile Club observers were aboard every mile of
the way) of Corvair's rare combination of light-fingered steering, sure-footed
traction and tight-fisted economy? Drop down to your
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10 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, June 9, 1960
Anita Melfi Graduated
From St. Ann' s High
SINCE ^ ^ g S ^ " 1901
Miss Anita Melfi, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs, Sam T. Melfi
of Riviera, was graduated
Friday cum laude from St.
Ann's High School in West
She was given a special
award for current events and
made a member of the National Honor Society.
Residents of Sikkim, a
small nation in the eastern
Himalayas, believe that nine
immortal couples live beyond their country's "Valley
of the Dead" and if man destroys himself these couples
• will repopulate the earth.
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Installed for the coming year were new officersof the American Legion, front row, left to right, Francis E. Thomas,
adjutant; Leo Hudson, second vice-commander; William E. Baker, first vice-commander; Russell Olsen.commander;
Rev. Ernest Hawk, chaplain, and Daniel Borgoli, finance officer; rear row, left to right, William Blair, sergeantat-arms; Lewis Nisley, John Cheriones, Robert Baker and Dr. P. A. McKll, members of the executive committee;
Eugene Lynch, historian, and Ralph Reed, district finance officer.
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WM. DAY.^00 S. Federal Hwy.,
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LANGLEY REALTY, 119 West
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RAY LASHER, 102 E. Palmetto
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EARLE J. ROBBINS, 1941 N.
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J . STUART ROBERTSON, 152
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TOWN and COUNTRY, 164 E.
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Officers of the American Legion Auxiliary who were installed are shown above. They are, left to right, Miss
Beverly Borgoli, secretary; Mrs. Sally Fitzgerald, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Harry L. Arner, president; Mrs. Fred
Olsen, outgoing president and incoming historian; Mrs. Florence Caulfield, vice-president; Mrs. Gladys Mervin,
treasurer; Mrs. Henry Colebank, chaplain; Mrs. Arnold D. Philbrick, second vice-president,. and Mrs. Calvin
Mosher, assistant sergeant-at-arms. -- Colony Studio Photos.
historian; Mrs. Lawrence
sergeant-at Week's Schedule
Lions Club, Lions ClubA buffet supper was served
house, 7 p. m.
the auxiliary following
Business and Professional
Joint installation ceremo- rence Caultield, first viceWomen's Club, First Fede- nies were held for the Ame - president; Mrs. Arnold Phil- the installa don ceremonies.
ral, 8 p.m.
rican Legion and the Legion brick, second vice-president; Latin America Grows
Auxiliary in the Legion Mrs. Beverly Borgoli, reLatin Am erica's population
Kiwanis Club, Driftwood Home last week.
cording secretary; Mrs. Ro- is increasing so fast it reClub, noon.
Russell Olsen was installed bert Nolan, corresponding se- cently passed the combined
Civitan Club, Ebb Tide, as commander of the post; cretary; Mrs. Gladys Mervin,
populations of the United
William Baker, as first vice- treasurer; Mrs. Fred Olsen, States and Canada.
Elks Club, Driftwood Club, commander; Leo Hudson, se8 p. m.
cond vice-commander; DaSt. John of Arc Guild, Ca- niel Borgoli, finance officer;
William Blair, sergeant-attholic Church, 8 p. m.
arms; Brentwood Burlison,
Rotary Club, Sun Cove, assistant sergeant-at-arms;
Rev. Ernest Hawk, chaplain;
American Legion Auxiliary, Faren B. Huguenin, service
Legion Home, 8 p.m.
officer, and Eugene Lynch,
Installed to the executive
American Legion, Legion
committee were Robert
Home, 8 p. m.
Baker, Dr. P. A. McRill, Lew
Nisely, John Cheriones and
Christian Business Men's
Committee, Sun Cove, noon. George Holtz.
Installed in the Legion Auxiliary were Mrs. Harry
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Thursday, June 9, 1960 THE BOCA RATON NEWS 11
J.C. Mitchell Students Receive Awards
Students at the J.C. Mitchell School were singled
out for honors at the annual Awards Day held at
the school last Friday. A
report of the presentations
Linda Stevens, Connie Weicht,
Grasse], Jo Ann Chlchisola,
Jane Beibeau, Carolyn Hawk,
Judy Herrin, Dawn Lyon, Pat
Mongoli, Patty Patrick, Garland
Linda Lambert, Nancy Wilson
and Rosemary Hynes.
Joan Benedict, Diane Riley,
Shaul, Vickl Altman,
Beedle, Teresa Burger, Donna
Vickl iMsrqusee, Judy
Tyson and Sally Lalll.
by Principal Paul
Matwly, went to First Grade
students Claude Fernandez and
mention went to Buddy Mena,
to Jan Wardlaw and
Ricky Grant. Honorable mention went to Benny Thrasher,
and Rhonda Connors.
Carol Roseke and Wayne Cooley.
Grade, to Janet ReRoy, Anne
Marie Mesamer and Mike Enders. Honorable mention went to
James Crowell, Donald Thrasher, Deborah Avampato, Barbara Hicks,
Carl Houghton, Linda Payne
and Patricia Rochette. Honorable mention, Mike Wolfe, Kathleen Angell, Sharon Crowell,
Darcy Apetz, Agnes McGinley,
Cindy Cole and Leslie Bartlett.
Sharon LeRoy, Lucille Mirandl
and Renee Ramseyer. Honorable
Berth, Tom Eastman, Todd Clemerts,
and Carol Welch.
Grade, to Sherry Butcher, Greg
Roger Starkey, Dona
Darlene Macaulay, and
mention went to Patricia McGinley,
Shirley Grassel, Patricia Patrick, Mike Mirmehan,
Steve Smith and Edna
Matwiy presented citizenship
Valenti, Jeff Clark,
Janice Jackson, Pat Vaughn,
Jon Cook, Mike Simpson, Mike
Enders, J e s s i c a Stagg, Donna
Hlntz and Darlene Macaulay.
He presented arts and crafts
awards to Patricia Rochette,
Leslie Bartlett, Jennifer Saikley and Donna Davlea.
safety patrol awards to Susan
Kane, Sandy Sorenson, Cindy
Muzak, Mlchele Apetz, Rlcfcy
Smith and Joe Carlo.
Matwly presented Junior Red
Cross awards to Sandy Sorenson,
Su3an Beard and Bobby
Library awards were given
to Dawn Lyon and Patty Patrick.
Commander Fred Olsen of the
vice and leadership to Darlene
Macaulay and Billy Lawson.
Roland Owen, historian
Chapter of the D.A.R., present-••'
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Building permi'ts dropped
show June 25 when the first
in a series of National Audu- in May from the April figure
bon Society's Summer wild- but were still higher than for
life tours is made to tiny: the same period last year.
Building permits for May,
Duck Rock, 15 miles away in
the Ten Thousand Islands. 1960 totaled $753,642 as
The tours will continue un- compared to $686,900 for
til Sept. 4.
Permits were issued for
This Summer's schedule
32 one-family residences,
provides forone-day tours to
$553,700; three businesses,
Duck Rock each Wednesday
$32, 300 and 40 additions
and Saturday and for a twoand alterations, $157, 642.
'day trip to Duck Rock an d to
Total permits issued for
the Cork'screw Swamp Sancthe first five months of I960
tuary each Saturday. In adwere $5, 994. 727. Total
dition, special trips on other
permits issued for the same
dayscanbearranged for parperiod in 1959 were $3, 320,ties of six or more. The trips
are made via Audubon station wagons from Miami,
The Turkish Post Office
and by Audubon inboard has issue da set of two postage
cruisers from Everglades to stamps to mark World RefuDuck Rock.
BY TOM TARAYOS
It's finally over! The school year, that is; and we've
a whole Summer ahead of us. The local teenagers are
busy with plans and preparations for the long-awaited
holiday months. Many ambitious teens will apply for
Summer jobs to earn the much-needed
spending money. There will, of course,
be plenty of fun-filled days at the
beach, picnicking, and vacationing.
"Thar's a man in the funny papers
we all know — Alley Oop!" Sound
familiar, teens? This most unusual
cave man, a long-time favorite in the
comic section, is fast becoming popular in the record business. Teen
Towners, ever on the lookout for nove] Tomi Tarayos
ideas, have planned a swinging "Alley Oop Dance."
Those attending the dance are to dress so that they
resemble this cave man or his primitive environment.
Prizes will be awarded to the most ingenious costumes. The affair is planned for Saturday, June 18,
from 7:30 to 11 p.m. with the Jesters supplying the
music. Remember the "Alley Oop Dance." "He shore
is .hep, ain't he?"
The new members accepted for the month of June
are Ronald Moulder Prank Bartlett, Cheryl Ann Curtis, Bernice Jacobs, Bob Snowden, Johnny Johnson,
Ronald Young, Leroy Clayton, Caroline Tobler and
Andrew Kay. Welcome, New Teen Towners!
Mrs. Roland L, Owen, historian of the Jonathan Dickinson Chapter of the D. A. R.,
second from the left, is shown as she presented the D. A. R. awards at the J. C. Mitchell School. Students who received the awards were Janes Criswell, left, Diane
Riley, third from left, and Dianne Munyer, far right.
Bonds in Court To New Class
Receiving the American Legion award for citizenship, leadership and scholarship
at the J. C. Mitchell School were, left, Darleen Macaulay, and right, William
Lawson, Commander Russell Olsen, center, presented the awards.
"Boca Raton's FIRST
DRAPERY SPECIALTY SHOP"
Appearing before MuniciThe original class of Scotpal Judge P. J. Brannen in tish Rite members of the Bocourt Tuesday morning, ca Raton Masonic Lodge to
Verlin LeRoy, 39, of 355 the Lake Worth Consistory
Newcastle Street, Boca Ra - were hosts Friday night to
ton, pleaded guilty to char- the classof candidates which
ges of public intoxication. received 32nd degrees in
He was find $15.
Masonry at the Spring reGene Thomas, 27, of Oak- union.
land Park, charged with
The party was held at the
having no license tag, no dri- home of Harold P. Anderson,
ver's license and running a Host, besides Mr. Anderson,
stop sign, forfeited $15bond. were Arthur Rudford, Kenneth
Samuel Hugins, 25, Negro, J. Higgins and Charles de
N. E. 10th Street, Boca Ra- Vault.
ton, charged with public inGuests were Richard Bulla ,
toxication, forfeited $25 Ray Lawrenceson, William
Payton and Harry Sachs.
Beach, charged with public
intoxication, forfeited $5 Bethesda Patients
Boca Raton patients adbond.
Peter Danaher, 32, of 26 mitted to Bethesda Memorial
S. E. Fifth Street, Boca Ra- Hospital between May 30 and
ton, charged with public in- June 6 included
forfeited $25 Jones, Mollie Wei den, Sheila
Passente, Chester Lee Lawson
Clarence Hanson. Jr., 37, and Kenneth Higgins Jr.
of Palm Gardens Apartment,
charged with careless driFor The News
ving, forfeited $15 bond.
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Receiving the Kiwanis Club award for outstanding scholarship at the J. C. Mitchell
School were Susan Turmail, left, and McLean Smith, right. Robert Trafford, center, the principal, presented the $25 Savings Bond awards. -- Boca Raton News Photo.
ed American History awards to
Jane Criswell, Diane Munyer,
Jack Criswell and Diane Riley.
history students were
Diane Munyer, Diane Rlley and
scholarship awards to Deborah Avampato,
Matteis, Patricia Vaughn, Eugenia Whorton, Curt Willocks,
Hynes, Susan Beard,
Agnes McGinley, Sandy Sorenson,
Crowell, Kathleen Angell, Susan Kane, Darlene Stachura,
Dorm a Davies,
Ly&n and Mark Selleck.
Honor awards presented by
William J ame s,
the Junior Chairber of Commerce,
Susan Turmall, Diane Munyer
and Edna Young.
B ' s " went to Jane Criswell,
Barbara Hicks, Eloise Lyon,
Doma Ulack, Jeff Clark, Pat
Mike Simpson, Eugenia Whorton,
Sandra Dold, Carol Strlmbu,
Robert Hlntz, J e s s i c a Stogg,
Linda Halinar, Leslie Bartlett,
Drews, Gail Gutzmer,
Dick Heidgerd, Mollle Linton,
Siri Norem, Norman Sheffield,
Dennis Eahleman, Susan Clark,
Diane Crowell, Kathy iKleincr,
Karen L eggett, Sandra Pfanner,
Sandra Skinner, Paul Tatham,
Jean Hewey, Pamela Hopkins,
Betty Manning, Jane Piungis,
Glenna Villars, Carol Welch,
Linda Lambert, Sherry Butcher,
Herron, Margot Shaul, Judith
Wells, Mary Alice Renfro and
Robert Trafford, representing
the Kiwanis Glub, presented a
$25 Savings Bond to Susan Turmail and MacLean Smith.
Combined enrollment in
Catholic elementary andhigh
schools in the United States
this school year totaled 5, 090, 000.
The curtain rings up onTo $753,642
Florida's Summer nature
Teens End School Year,
Plan for Holiday Months
awards were presented by John S. Hager Jr. to
students Duane Willi&ms, Bernard J ezercak, William Lawson,
Gilman Gunn III, L,arry Smith,
MacLean Smith, Richard Mora.
Allan Carraghar, James
Finley, Roger Houghton, Ray
Mark Selleck, Norman Borchardt,
Dick Heldgerd, Allen Sexton,
Greg Ewert, James
Scott, Bill Blacknik, Samuel
DeNeve, Tony Lalli, Richard
McMahon, Leroy Clayton and
Hager presented cheerleader
awards to Darlene Macaulay,
Linda Lambert, eocaptain; Edna Young, Jane Blbeau,
Anita Fitzgerald, Barbare Dowdy and Sally Tarayos.
Four-H awards were presented
by Mrs. D. Bearson to Joyce
Veal, 1960 dress review, senior
home improvement, junior division; and Valerie Fish, home
Sherry Butcher, Mary Balme,
Tina Kelley, Patricia Young,
and Janet Napolltan.
First Summer Wildlife
Tour Set for June 25
Children Present Circus
In Kindergarten Program
Students of the Parent- Elmore, Steven Day, NanTeacher Association-spon- cy
sored kindergarten par- Hawkes, David Jackson,
ticipated in an end-of-the- Mary Galvin, Patty Lynn
year program Tuesday Jones, Betsy Kurtsinger,
night at the J.C. Mitchell Patrick Mccutcheon, Susan Lewis, Craig Oldre,
Entertainme nt for par- Paye Parks, John Shefents and guests consisted field, Janice Pinchuk,
of a program in a circus Jack Tyldsley, Jackie
theme. Children were cos- Walke, Greg Welch, Pamtumed as animals, clowns mie Vance and Jeffrey
and other circus figures Welch.
and sang songs and recited poems. Each child se- 24,000,000 People
lected his part.
View Florida Films
Principal Paul Matwiy
A survey by the Florida
acted a s master of ceremonies. The children per- Development Commission
formed under the direction showed 24, 000, 000 people
of Mrs. Margery Carewe, viewed Florida films last
kindergarten teacher, and month through 1, 320 organiMrs. Paul McKinley, as- zations and 62 television
Participating in the circus program were Jimmie
A new electrochemical
Adams, Tommy Boldizar, gauge tells when house plants,
Damy Bassi, Christel trees and flower beds need
BulJa, Billy Clapton, Erwatering and feeding. The
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12 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, June 9, 1960
Co/on/a/ Packing Wins Swimmers
To Take First Place
Registration for swimColonial Packing downming classes will take
ed the First Bank of Boca ClUD
place at the Boca Raton
Raton, 7-4, in the Little
League to take over first
West Palms tto Park Road
place. Five big runs in
Lloyd Newman of Deer- Saturday, June 18, from 9
the third inning salted
Beach has been a.m. to noon.
away the game.
elected treasurer of the
The instruction will be
For the winners, Letur- North
Broward sportsmy had three for three man's Club, according to given at the Garden Apartment Pool to any school
while Tofano scored two
James Ray received the championship and the tenan announcement made children who register.
top athletic award at SeaHausaman scored two runs this week by Bob Rich- Only children who have
crest High SchooJ for the Suncoast Conference preattended at least one year
while Herbold had a home ards, club president.
third straight year as the sented by Coach Norman
of grade school (excluding
best all-round athlete at Price, athletic director.
Park was appointed temp- kindergarten) are eligible
awards day last Thursday.
orary director to replace to register.
best years in sports, winsaw all teams play tie
Chick Wolf was also ning 65 percent of all its
Jim Rodman, who has regames.
honored by receiving an contests for the year.
vida and the First Bank turned to Chicago due to made by calling Boca
award for lettering in four
played to a 5-5 tie, and
Letter winners in basketball
A covered dish dinner Raton 5913 during the
were James Ray, Burt Benson,
by members and registration hours on June
Two swimming awards Doug Lambert, Paul Larson,
Packing and Causeway
Buddy Johnson, Bill Saunders
18. Registration fee is
were given for the most and Charles Wolf.
Members of the Boca Raton civitans, a Boca Raton entry in the Seacrest
Lumber played to a 10-10 their families will be held $1 a student. The course
valuable girl swimmer to
Letter winners In golf were
Pony League, are shown above. Front row left to right, are Bobby Kasel, Mark
Burt Benson, Charles Grubb,
Pioneer Park in Deerfield is to last three weeks,
Judy Shoaf, and most val- Don
Selleck, Greg Ewert, Allan Matthews and Mac Smith; second row, left to right,
Mason, Larry Carney,
with four lessons a week.
uable boy swimmer to Mickey Phlllpps, Pat Grady,
Jerry Alteri, Tom Ott and Tony Lalli; rear row, left to right, Gary villars, Ray
Bank got back in the win
Gary LaCroix. Track also Judy Hess, Annette Machek
gave an award for high andLetter
—Boca Raton News Photo
winners in swimming
Causeway Lumber, 9-4.
point man to Mike Olsen. were Dick Ragunt, Dick Kelly,
For the First Bank, HausTom Curll, Tyler Burt, Ron
A coaches' award for Simpson, Ken Nichols, Gary
aman had three hits and
cooperation and attitude Johnson, Bob Parker, Walter
Walker had two. For
STUDEBAKER - LARK Dealer
was given to Buddy John- Cahoon, Sue Swem, Renee LaCauseway Lumber, Tat345 K Federal Highway, Delray Beach
Kathy Inglis, Judy
son and Jock Inglis re- Shoaf,
ham, Martin and King each
Sally Baner, Madeleine
WAGONS - SEDANS - CONVERTIBLES
ceived a track award for Kroon, Ashlyn Sloane, Pat
The Boca Jaycees main- got one hit.
High g ames of the week
Snow, Brenda Patelani and
the most effort. Richard Joyce
Tonight's action will
tained their lead in the
in open play were Joe
White received an award
Letter winners in track were Roth 265, John Rice 230,
Adult Softball League by find Arvida playing host
for the most improved.
Mike Olsen, Buddy Johnson,
downing t he newly-formed to Causeway Lumber, and
Ed Thomas 204, Sid
Charles Wolf, Dennis Sladek,
Principal Robert Pulton Jim
FelicanFomes team, 22-7. tomorrow night First Bank
Maher, Paul Eshleman,
Weitsma 224, Ed LeVinIn Little Lassie League In other action, Pelican will battle Colonial Packaccepted on behalf of the Jock Inglia, Ronnie Yates, Bob ness 229, Hal Hutchi 213,
With Grateful Appreciation to
DeNeve, Jim Gardner, Kermit
action, the Angels down- Homes defeated Castro ing. Game time will be 7
school the Spring sports Shoaf,
Peter Welch and JameB Peg Rolston 173 and Lois
Voters and Volunteer Workers
awards for the baseball Jones.
Convertible, 7-6, and Sa- o'clock.
the Powder Puffs took the fari Homes dropped PeliWho made our Victory possible.
The Welcome Wagon measure of the Adult LaW
can Homes, 13-3.
Club is on the way with a dies, 13-6.
Colonial Packing 6
number of the local newIn the first contest the
comers on hand every Angels exploded for six by Pelican Homes, com- Causeway
Thursday at 1 p.m.
runs in the last inning.
brought SUPPOKT YOUR TEAM
In the second contest, by
A trio of feminine ang- silversides
during the DiERRELD LANES
the terrific defensive play about the 22-7 score.
lers from Delray Beach tournament, but was unof Crowell, second base- Mangus had five hits
tested the tarpon waters able to bring her fighters
ALL STATES MIXED man for the Powder Puffs, while Dunster, DiMauro,
in the Gulf community of to boat.
broke up rallies by the Hutchins, Galayda and
Boca Grande, Fla., last
heavy hitting Adult La- Uebele had four each for
tournament was New Jersey
week, two of them with
dies. Also showing well the Jaycees. For Pelican
success, while the third won by Mrs. James In- Pennsylvania
was the defensive play Homes, Jennings had three
failed to score.
of Dowdy. A five-run last hits while Ingles and
The three were Mrs. J.L.
inning by the Powder Seggidy had two each.
High games and series: Dan
Webb, Mrs. Dick Wilson
Andrews 200/517; Frank Amoro- Puffs put the game out of When
and Mrs. Seth Hawkins
so 189/499; Kitty Sands 167/ reach. Powder Puffs now team edged out Castro
Jr., part of a field of 16
have sole possession of Convertible, 7-6, Seggidy
contestants who fished
had three hits and Nettles
The Boca Raton Amerithe In ternational Women's
Vital ie had two
Association's can Legion Junior Base- L enart-L en art
W L Tie each for Pelican Homes.
fourth annual tarpon tourFor Castro Convertible,
6 6 Angels
gue play this afternoon at Mula-Mula
5 7 Adult Ladies
Hartzell had three hits
Tops for the three was
and Dudley had two.
Mrs. Webb, who landed a ton's first opponent will Schachtel 213/541; Carl Mula
Monday night, Safari
199/525; Earl Matthews 131;
pair of fighters on light
Homes jumped off to a
.«•':<: Lonart 521.
tackle to win a fourth 4:30 o'clock.
five-run lead in the first
place tie in the event.
Bryan Silk will start on
and held on for its
Mrs. Wilson, winner of the mound for Boca Raton, Mangurians Furniture
enlast year's tarpon tourna- with Bruce Silk a s catch- Blue Decorators
4 2 tries won and lost in the
the Safament at Marathon, was er. Petrizzo may be used McFeggan's Sun Cove
Seacrest Pony League ri attack was Vincent
credited with a single as relief pitcher.
Buss Poole's Standard
with two doubles and a
This Sunday the Boca
triple, Don Wentworth with
Hawkins, the Raton Legion will play
Boca Raton Police pushed a home run and two sinSabal Palms
IVVFA's release champion its second home game, Cabbage
the Boynton Kiwanis- gles and Rutherford with
for two years in a row, playing host to Ft. Laud- Cocoanut Palms
further into the a home run and a double.
1 3 Lions
hooked several fighting erdale at 2 p.m.
cellar by taking a 9-7 For Pelican Homes, VitaSilver Palms
lie and Holman had two
High games and series: Pat decision. Then in Boca hits each.
Hack pit 208; Grace Walker Raton, the first place DelLeague Standings
205; Yvonne Marshall 200; ray Kiwanis nine romped
Marshall 544; Pat
Hackett 536; June Moore 528. over the Boca Raton civi- Boca Raton Jaycees
Tomorrow afternoon the Pelican Homes
Delray Elks will play the Castro Convertible
| ALL FRIDAY NIGHT
Boca Raton Civitans at
Memorial Park at 5 o'clock
Top Athletic Award
Goes to James Hay
Pin Patter New Pelican Homes Team
At Deerfield Wins One and Loses Two
Still on Top
Two Delray Women Land
Tarpon During Tourney
ways to keep
To Open Play
Win and Lose
. . . O r Enjoy
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by teams of the Jayceesponsored Men's summer
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Arthur Godfrey and Jack
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Boca Furniture, IV/. City
"What are they? They're
Hall, &/2; Langley Realty,
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a Jack Paar walks out on
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Thursday, June 9, l%0 THE BOCA BATON NEWS 13
Deerf ield Beach
George LaMont to Wed
Darlene Joyce Herema
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. is a member of the Order
Herema Sr. of 518 S.E. of Eastern star. On Feb.
Sixth Avenue, Deerfield 13, 1960, she was chosen
Beach, announce the en- as Queen of the Mardi
gagement of their daugh- Gras and was crowned at
ter, Darlene Joyce, to a coronation ball sponsorGeorge Frederick LaMont ed by the Deerfield chamber of Commerce.
of Boca Raton.
The bridegroom, a Boca
LaMont is the son of
John L. LaMont Sr. of Raton policeman, attendBoca Raton and Mrs. ed Seacrest High School,
E.N. Colvin of Jackson- spent four years in the
U.S. Navy and is a graduville, Pla.
The bride-elect attended ate of the Miami Police
The wedding is planned
Grand Rapids, Mich. She
for Aug. 12 in Deerfield
Annual American Legion
awards were presented to
six Sixth Grade students
at the Deerfield Elementary School last week.
Receiving the awards
from the Lofley Hinson
Post were David Porter
and Margery Prosser of
Mrs. Helen Moore's room;
Bernard Black and Elizabeth Meister of Eugene
Adams' room and Donna
Avard and Tomothy Dever
of John Burns' room.
David Van Ness of the
school's principal, Mrs.
Flora T. Henry, with two
names of the award winners and the school safety patrol captains.
Install Holland Becker
Rolland Becker was installed as president of the
Deerfield Beach Optimist
Club at a ladies' night
party held Saturday night
at the Space Satellite in
Others installed were
James Scarry, first vicepresident; Dominio Grill,
Michael Caliendo, treasurer, and Michael Matkowski Jr., secretary.
Kaffee Klatch Given
By Hospital Auxiliary
Members of the North
Broward District Hospital
Auxiliary gave a Kaffee
morning at the Sun Cove
The party was a benefit
affair to kick off the
Bridge Marathon which
will be played in individual homes.
Mrs. G.B. Reeve was
chairman for the event.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Selva, 1324 S.E. First
Way, Deerfield Beach,
announce the birth of a
girl in Holy Cross Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
Southern of Welch, W.Va.,
arrived Saturday night to
await completion of their
new home in Deerfield
Beach. Last year the
Southerns visited long
time friends Mr, and Mrs.
George Yepsen and fell in
love with the Deerfield
area and returned this
year to spend the Winter
in an apartment on the
beach. They are now in
town to stay after saying
goodbye to their friends
in West Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cox
left last week for a visit
of three or four weeks in
Washington, D.C. Having
lived for many years in
and around Washington,
they look forward to family parties and visits with
Mrs. T.W. Hinson, with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lane
Greene, left Sunday for
at the University of Florida for Mrs. Hinsan's
daughter, Grayce, who received her A.B. degree.
She plans to return in the
Fall for graduate work in
journalism. Following the
graduation, Mrs. Hinson,
Grayce and her brother,
Tom, also a student at
the university, will return to Deerfield Beach
while the Greenes continue on to Atlanta, Ga.,
to visit his mother, Mrs.
apt. size, perfect condition $45. Phone Boca
TWO Bahama beds $20.
each, and two end tables,
formica tops, 2 for $15.
ANTIQUE dining room
t able, very good condition,
boards. Call 9387 or see
mornings at 15 Olive Way.
9,000 BTU GE Thinline
ROTARY lawn mower.
RED Cedar Fence. In- Kenmore sudsaver autocludes 3 pieces 4 x 7 , 4 matic washing machine.
posts 8'. 354 N.E. 4th St. Like new. Oriental throw
Phone Boca 9148. (812- rugs. 5199 N.E. 5th Court.
SPEC, for Boca Residents. DINING Room table, famiANTIQUE satin backed ly size, blonde mahogany,
Drapery Fabric, 99<t a 3 leaves, complete pad,
yard. All Colors. All you $50. Phone Boca 4365.
want. Shop at Home and
Save. Boca 5028. (821OFFICES FOR RENT
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REAL ESTATE for SALE
BY Owner builders tjiodel,
2 bedroom, 2 bath, carport,
$17,100 furn. $2,200 cash,
assume FFA 5%:mtg. To
see call Boca 3641.701NW
7th St. Tunison Palms.
Wednesdays - 9:30 A.M.
$1.25 per col. inch
Regular(reader) „ 20$ per line, $1.00 minimum
APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT REAL ESTATE for RENT
WIDOW will sacrifice below market price, 2 bdr. 1
bath, home. Fla. room,
end. garage, hardtop dr, ;
GE kitchen, hurricane
panels, alumri, awnings.
,3-yrs. old. Refrigerator,
drapes, included. Ph. Boca 9942.
(81 9-28 B)
BUILDING lots for sale in
beautiful country .Club, village. Phone Boca 5312 or.
stop at office at entrance..
1301 N.W. 4th. 2 bedroom,
2-bath, patio, corner-loU,
Located in beautiful Country Club Village. $15,300.
Call 5312. (252-50BTF)
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, unCOMPLETE
bedroom m town across from Golf
furnished, Large patio,
many extras. Year lease,
weekly, monthly, seasonimmediate
al, yearly. One block 343 E . Royal Palm Rd.
Phone Boca 4646. (718(599-20BTP)
from ocean. Reasonable.
Riviera Apartments, Boca DUPLEX one or two bedFURN.
2 bedroom home.
(815rooms, beautifully furnishNORGE gas range $50. OFFICE for rent opposite
See after 5 p.m. 462 Man- p ^ t Bank of Boca Raton.
Hill 1322 N.W. 7th.St. 2-bed-,
Chester, North Boca Vil- suitable for professional
2 BEDROOM 2 bath fur(360-13BTF) Apt. 422-3710 No. Meridian room, 2-bath, screen porch,'
Dawn Mari Becker
man. Phone Boca 9118.
nished apt. close in. $100*
Indianapolis, Ind.Wab42063 corner lot, city sewer. LoGraveside services for
a morth.. Available to BOCA WOODS, unfurnish(737-24Btf)
Dawn Mari Becker, one- LARGE davenport and
cated in beautiful Country
SERVICES AVAILABLE November
1st. Phone ed 2 bedroom, 1 bath duday-old infant daughter of chair. Also Bendix IronClub Village. $14,900.
Boca 5624 after 5 p.m. plex apt. Range & Refrig- 2-BEDROOM furnished or Call 3322. (253-50BTF)
Mr. and Mrs. Rolland E. er, reasonable. Phone
Becker of 217 E. Hills- Boca 6415.
Carports, patios, baths,
74-Wh 1-7180 evenings rent. 13 Hastings street. BOCA RATON 330 N.W.
boro B oulevard, Deerfield
kitchens, awnings, steel AIRY, quiet, furn. one & 74-Wh 1-0750; (820-28B)
22nd St., near Mitchell
Phone 3447. (785-26Btf)
Beach, who died Friday
and wood fencing, aftimlSchool. 2 bedroom 2 bath,
two bedroom apts, Week.,
night in Broward General
ATTRACTIVE contempo- Florida room, GE built in.
decorating. Remodeling month' or year, reasonable. ONE bedroom apt. sleeps rary home, 4 bedrooms, 2 kitchen, carporte, lot 75 x
Hospital, were held at 11 Elderly - Convalescent.
El Mar Apts. 4300 NW
120, ready to move in, will
a.m. Monday in Lauder- Emergency - Equipment.
down. Boca 3722.
3rd Ave. Boca 9994. (791- equipped, cool location baths, screened pool and consider lot as down paydale Memorial Gardens, Ft. Beautiful Home for Two.
one block from beach. patio, 2 car garage, fur- ment.
Call Day or Night justice
Boca Beach Apts. Phone nished. June to January.
Arland Briggs, 2-9754, W.P.I!.(7eO-25Btf)
FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt. Boca 4436. (757-25Btf)
Phone Boca 3571 or drive
• Clearing Lots and
LOTS for SALE
pastor of the Deerfield
$65., 2-bedroom $80. per
out, 575 Paioma, reason* Bulldozing and sodding month
Hoca Woods Area
LEARN TO DRIVE
Beach Community Presbyto October 1st. SUMMER Special, $100. able. (723-24,25,26B)
terian Church, officiated. Let South Florida Driving
Near J.C. Mitchell EleREAL ESTATE for SALE"
The infant's- father is a School instruct you in dual
mentary school. Southland Apts., everything furnishDON'S
funeral director who ope- control,
Apts. 2060 N.W. 2nd Av.>.ed. 200' from beach, al- BY OWNER $450. down,
833 NW 3rd Ave. Ph. 9l67
Call Boca 3876 after 5 p.m.
Becker Funeral cars. 1811 NE 24th St. PomPh. 74-Wh. 1-6318. (796- ways cool. Ph. Boca8219. no closing cost. 2 bed(822-28,29,30,31B)
Home in Deerfield Beach. pano Bch. Ph. WH 1-7500.
In addition to her par- (8 23-28,29,30,3 IP)
fully landscaped. Must 45 Acres WATERFRONT
REAL ESTATE for RENT i sell, going north. 155
ents, the baby is surviv$1000 Per Acre
ed by a brother, Rolland SERVICES AVAILABLE
NE 20th St. Winfield Park.
1 bedroom, $16.25 weekly
E. Jr.. and her paternal
2 bedroom, $18.75 weekly COMPLETELY furnished Ph. Boca 8263. (818-28B)
Swimming pool, nearschool house, 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
Mr. and CARPENTRY, brick &
& shopping. 290 W. Palm- Fla. room, screened porch, 671 NW 12th RD. Country
Mrs. Joseph Becker, Ft.
A Tropical Paradise
simulated brick & stone,
ettoPk.Rd. Ih. Boca 9435-double carport. Ph. Boca Club Village. UNFURLaid erd ale.
$16,500 - 29% Down
Kraeer Funeral Home,
Pompano Beach, was in
For The News
thru-out, $15,400. Avail2 ACRE TRACTS
charge of arrangements.
Read The News
ney, or 6516 J.G. Jenkins.
bath house, living-room, able in August. Phone
Near US Hwy. 41 '
CARD OF THANKS
kitchen & dining area, de- Boca 8718.
260 N. Feaeral Hwy.
lightfully cool F l a . room.
Phones: 8613 - 9030
WE wish to thank the FATHER'S DAY symbo5000 Ft. AAA N.W. 16thBeautiful yard cared for,
St. Boca 3-10x12 over- water paid. Adults only, NEW home-3860 NW 4th Ave.. Caribbean Realty
many friends and neigh- lizes the family's esteem
Boca Raton. A spacious
head doors, 14' ceilings, no pets. 5-6 months. Ph.
bors for the many kind- for Father. Life InsurP.O. Box 426
home including a full
large office, plenty of Boca 4647 or call at 455
nesses shown us during ance — and plenty of it! Bonita
light. Call JA 4-7813, Ft. N.E. 5th Court, Fri-Sat.- basement. U' bedroom, 2%
the sudden death of my exemplifies his esteem
husband Clinton J. Maull. for the family. See
(825-28B) garage. Reasonable. Phone
Also for the lovely flowW.P. BEBOUT
Boca 3455 or Miami, PL.
Real Estate & Insurance
Mrs. Lillian Maull
701 No. Federal Hwy.
Brand new 3 bedroom
BOCA RATON, FLA.
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Phone 8621 Phone 9336
count of illness and op• BULLDOZING
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erations, James Morris
"MOVE I T "
will sell all his shrubs
CHEERFUL capable WidDeerfield Beach.
Save $2,000 — owner
nurow with free time, will
built and priced his
R E A L T O R S
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and many more. See at
ton News, giving phone
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Teachers are needed to
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or full time. Position
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Three days a week,
Monday through Wednesday*
are neatness and artistic touch*
See Mr. Houser at the
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older, responsible. For
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Also boys needed to
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Boca Baton 3767
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His new location in the suite of offices occupied by Town and Country Properties,
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Mr. Curry deals in choice real estate and
business properties* Small transactions welcomed. They receive the full benefit of his
wide experience in the Florida Real Estate
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of successful experience qualifies him and
Right now he offers a remarkable opportunity to investors: 620 acres at $130 per acre
for sale or trade.
Please stop in if only for a friendly chat.
Page 14 THE BOCA RATON NEWS Thursday, June 9, 1960
Flight to See
Invitation to Airport Talks
Starts Commission Argument
A letter from Ralph E.
Odum, assistant Attorney
General, inviting city officials, including City Attorney Leon Weaver, to a meeting in Tallahassee June 24
to discuss the airport situation touched off a series of
arguments in the City Commission meeting Tuesday afternoon.
Odum said the Board of
Control and members of the
Florida Development Commission would be present.
Commissioner Joe DeLong
demanded that die city request the return of the 203acres airport site from the
State Board of Control. He
said the city was in error for
transferring the deed to the
Board of Control as the board
was not authorized to operate
an airport. He said the city
was offered good money for
the lease of 20 acres at the
airport site and "should now
request the return of t h e
DeLong said the city could
use the land to trade for property on Lake Wyman or to
lease the airport to private
concerns which would produce revenue for the city.
He protested sending any
representative of the city to
the Tallahassee meeting to
"conduct city business."
Recently it was learned
that the State Board of Control plans a transfer of the
land to the Florida Development Board, which is authorized to operate an airport.
Mayor Courtney C. Boone
said he wasn't going back on
his stand. He said there was
an agreement made in 1958
and the property was recently transferred. It was a legal
deed and it was conveyed to
the State Board of Control.
Commissioner John R.
Brandt said he would have
Weaver go and ask pertinent
questions about the transfer
of the airport site from one
state agency to another.
Commissioner William 0.
Herbold said he would back
up the original stand on the
The commission voted 3-2
to send Weaver to the meeting. DeLong and Commissioner Al Rueb voted "no."
Frank H. Goetz, president
of the Boca Raton Civic
League, speaking from the
floor, asked for a referendum of the voters to try to
reclaim the property.
Ready-Mix Case Studied
By Judge After Hearing
Judge Culver Smith of
Circuit Court in West Palm
Beach has taken under advisement the case of the
Ready-Mix Concrete Company which is seeking to
force the City of Boca Raton
tograntit a building permit.
A hearing was held and
depositions were presented
to Judge Smith Tuesday afternoon and his office said
yesterday that he would study them before making a
The Ready-Mix company
seeks to build a plant in
the industrial area of Boca
Raton, but the project is
being opposed by the city
and by citizens1 groups because it is close to a resi dential area.
In the report of the depositions last week, the
Boca Raton News listed Arthur Mirandi and Harold J.
Schmidt as having given evidence for the city's case
to prevent the permit
being issued. Mirandisaid
his deposition to the contrary favored the establishment of the plant. Schmidt
was out of the city but it is
understook he took a position similar to Mirandi's.
BPW to Talk
Mervin Taylor, Miami attorney, told the Boca Raton
News yesterday that he was
preparing a motion asking
for a rehearing by the Federal Court in Miami of the
case involving transfer of the
airfield property by the City
of Boca Raton to the State
Board of Control.
Taylor said that while Federal Judge Joseph R. Lieb
had said the court lacked
jurisdiction in the case, he
had not yet signed the order.
When he does, Taylor said,
the motion for rehearing by
the court will be offered.
The case is being pressed
by 10 Boca Raton taxpayers,
some of whom are members
of the Boca Raton Aviation
Association. The association
itself is not a party to the
suit and is not involved in
the court case.
The 10 taxpayers are seeking to block transfer of the
203-acre airfield site by the
city to the Board of Control.
Plans for the state convention to be held in Miami in
July will be discussed at a
meeting of the Boca Raton
Business and Professional
Women's Club meeting at 8
o'clock Monday night in the
First Federal civic room.
Mrs. Gla dys Erickson, new
president, will be in charge.
Seven local members attended the District 10 meeting Sunday at the Silver
Thatch Inn. June Chaplin
was appointed project chairman for the district.
Others attending were Mrs.
Gladys Erickson, Mrs. Kay
Sampieri, Miss Shirley Rediger, Mrs. Rena Vaillancourt, Mrs. Eleanor Bebout
and Mrs. Deejay Miller.
Hawaii's State flag displays the British Union Jack
in one corner out of respect
for Capt. Vancouver who,
during his voyage around the
world in 1794, gave King
Kamehameha a British flag.
fa ON ENTIRE STOCK
INCLUDING MERCHANDISE FROM OUR SALON
IN THE WORLD FAMOUS BOCA RATON CLUB
SALE OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
SPORTSWEAR • BEA£HWEAR.
DAYTIME and COCKTAIL DRESSES
COLLECTION of PLAIN, FUR and JEWELED
TRIMMED CASHMERE or ORLON SWEATERS.
SHOPPERS HAVEN POMPANO BEACH
*ft'c honor Carte Blanche, Diners' Club, jtnieriean Express,
American National and InttrnutiwA Credit Card*.
Meet Johnny Hill
Several city commissionersand city officials will fly
to Gainesville, leaving at 8
o'clock this morning, to study the model of the Boca
William I. Roderick Sr.
Raton Inlet in the Coastal
William Irving Roderick
Engineering Laboratories at
Sr., 68, died suddenly
the University of Florida.
Sat IT day
Scheduled to leave as pasProvidence, R.I.
sengers on two Arvida planes
He had been living in
were Commissioners Al Rueb,
Boca Raton one year with
William O. Herbold and John
his daughter, Mrs. Mary
Brandt, City Engineer AlBrindle, 454 N.E. 12th
fred Amsler and assistant
Street. He had returned
to Providence to sell his
Rueb proposed that moving We Write:
pictures be taken of the moHe was a retired City of
Participating in the Garden Club installation ceremonies at a luncheon meeting
del and experiments so the
Providence Water DepartTuesday at the itoyal Palm Yacht Club were, left to right, Mrs. C. R. Ma yes, Jr..
commissioners could study
ment employe, a member
them at their leisure. He
president Florida Federation of Garden Clubs; Mrs. W. M. Livingston, president,
of the Eagles Lodge and
also proposed that the UniBoca Raton Garden Club; Mrs. Henry S. Pennock. director District 10, installing
St. Rita's catholic Church
versity engineers make a rein Providence.
officer- Mrs. Carl Ebert, first vice-president; Mrs. Francis Swope, second vice* CHIME
cording of an explanation of
president; Mrs. S. B. Miller, third vice-president; Mrs. James Connors, recording
He is survived by his
wife, Margaret, of Boca
secretary; Mrs. A. R. Mitchell, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Robert Leggett.
Raton; three daughters,
treasurer. -- Colony Studio Photo.
City Manager William
Mrs. Mary Brindle, Boca
Lamb was authorized to conRaton,
tact Dr. Per Brunn, in charge
Sleeper, Deerfield Beach,
of the experiment, with the
and Mrs. Prances Tur* MARINE
request for pictures and a
geon of Lakewood, R.I.;
Mrs. William Livingston president; Mrs. S. B. Miller.,
CITY FIRE POLICY
a son, William I. Rodmeeting.
of Del ray (Continued From Page 1) was re-installed as president third vice-president; Mrs.
Beach; 12 grandchildren Industrial Center with a of the Boca Raton Club at a James Connors, recording
and two great-grandchild- motion to instruct the luncheon meeting held- at secretary; Mrs. A. R. MitThe average full-length
city attorney to prepare the Royal Palm Yacht Club chell, corresponding secreren.
We are Bond specialists
and Mrs. Robert Leg- book can be recorded on 18
an amending ordinance in
Rosary services were regard to walls where they on Tuesday.
can write all forms..
double - face
Mrs. Henry Pennock, new
held at 7 o'clock last abut residential property.
director of District 10, also
night in Kraeer Funeral
A letter was read from installed Mrs. Carl Ebert, president of the Federated reading
Funeral mass will be at Arvida Realty Company first vice-president; Mrs. Garden dubs, was guest of
9:30 this morning at St. regarding the required Frarcis Swope, second vice- honor.
It's The Policy
Joan of Arc Catholic right-of-way to construct
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Church with the Rev. N.W. Ninth Court in Lake Police Activities of Week
Robert F . Reardon offi- Floresta Park. The letter
the undersigned, desiring to
said Arvida was unable
engage in business under the
fictitious name of QUALITY
Burial will be in Boca to secure the cooperaINTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
Raton Memorial Cemetery.
DECORATING, in the City of
Boca Raton, Florida, Intends to
owners in executing the
register the said name with
Mrs. Mary Altaffer
deed for the right-ofClerk of the Circuit Court
Police activities of the lookout for the imposter. the
Mrs. Mary Emma Altaf- way.
of Palm Beach County, FloriThe report from the da.
last week ranged from perfer, 88, died last Thursday
City Manager William suading a woman ' not to beach was the second in
/ s / Howard J, Saunder3
after a long illness at a Lamb
PUBLISH: June 9, 16, 23, and 30
Deerfield Beach convales- meeting with the property wash her ear in the rain two nights received by (Furnish
proof of publication)
cent center. She lived at owners, assuring them to theft investigations and the police of an unidentiATTORNEY:
Rusley C. Meeker
1239 Coconut Road, Boca they will not be assessed the search for a missing fied man stopping motor131 E. Palmetto Park Rood
Boca Raton, Florida
for the paving. He said
Mrs. Altaffer had been that in failing to provide
A Boca Raton woman their drivers' licenses.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
James Downs of Pom- the undersigned, under the provicoming to Boca Raton the right-of-way the city who .was washing her car
of Section 865,09, Florida
from Westfield, N.J., as a could pave the street on in the early hours of Sun- pano Beach reported to Statutes,
1957, will register with
Winter resident for the an assessment basis. He day morning in a pouring
the Circuit Court, in and for Palm
last five years and had was authorized to nego- rainstorm was persuaded Camino Real and Federal Beach County, Florida, upon reAffiliated With
ceipt of proof of publication of
been a permanent resident tiate with the property by police to wait for day- Highway by a man in a this
notice, the fictitious name- TUNISON PROPERTIES
gray and white station' to»wlt:
f or one year.
wagon who requested his
She is survived by a
Dated: May 23, 1960.
daughter, Mrs. Harland L. Weaver was instructed to E. Palmetto Fark Road re- driver's license.
Publish: May 26, June 2, 9, 16,
PI,. It oca 5408
A young girl from Zum- 1960.
Miller of Boca Raton; a prepare a refunding agree- ported at 1:48 a.m. Sunbrother, Charles Neely of ment regarding sewer in- day and again at 2:17 a«m. brota, Minn., is looking
Bethel Park, Pa., five stallations in Boca Raton that a woman was wash- for her mother in Boca
Linda Berg, who is
with the recommendation
Services were held at of Black and Associates,
Lt. William Brindle and graduating
10:30 a.m. Saturday in the city's consulting engi- Patrolman George Seeman school this month wanted
Kraeer Funeral Chapel, neer, and the approval of found a woman in an in- her mother to attend her
toxiCated condition using graduation. The last time
conducted by the Rev. the city manager.
a garden hose on the in- she heard from her mother
Ernest E. Hawk, pastor
of the First Methodist Speaking from the audi- side of her car while the was in February, but the
New reduce) prices on U.S. ROY AS, NYION
ence, Robert Pinchuk ask- rain was drenching the card had no return adlires mok« it easy for you to equip with
dress, she said.
u NYLON, All U.S. ROYAL NYtON l!rfi or»
Further services and ed Commissioner John R. outside.
Linda wrote to the
The police persuaded
burial were held in Cleve- Brandt why he had gone
back on his campaign her to wait for the sun- Hollywood Police DepartTusmss TOR- 'ST-'H-WM
promises to hold open shine.
ment asking for informa<hev., Dodg», ford, PlymqMlh, Rambltr ('JIJ
Mrs. L e s s i e Sehryver
meetings and to agree to
tion about her mother, Vi
Forced entry was made Wilkes, who worked as a
Mrs. Lessie sehryver, referendums of the peoB0
Saturday into the Ocean cocktail waitress the last
76. of 274 N.E. Third ple.
View Restaurant and sev- time she heard from her.
Street, Boca Raton, died
AU Prices piu» Tax and Treadable Tiro
Brandt replied that the
Tuesday after a short ill- recent annexation ques- eral bottles of whiskey
Hollywood Police said
ness in a Boynton Beach tion where Frank H. were stolen.
they learned the mother
Police said Mel Ernst
Goetz of the Boca Raton reported the breakin and had moved to Boca Raton,
She had been a resident Civic League requested a
where she was working in
said the bottles were tak- a night club.
of Boca Raton for four and
correc-the nations' preferred battery replacement.
en from a display on the
a half years, coming here
Lt. McCutcheon said he
tive one. He said if he bar.
from Cleveland, Ohio.
could find no trace of the
had been on the commisPhone CR 8-2702
Entry was made through mother.
Survivors include her sion when anything as
husband, Albert A. of
Midway between Boca and Delray
Boca Raton, and a son, large as Hidden Valley side of the building. The Dentists Put on Show
Charles w. Alverson of
The capital of Cambodia,
would have asked for a by Det. Lt. Charles McShelby, Ohio.
Penh, has a "Street
Services and burial will
" along which
A wallet containing a
3715-19 S. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach
be in Cleveland, Ohio.
Kraeer Funeral Home is
Brandt said as to clos- cash was stolen from a
in charge of local arrangeed
meetings there are ex- car parked at the beach
ceptions to every rule Sunday, according to the
and people in the audi- police report.
ence at workshop meet$200 Damage Caused
The thief broke into a
Two trucks sideswiped ings ask questions and locked glove compartment
each other on Sabal Palm have the right to be to get the wallet which
Drive Monday afternoon, answered, which delays belonged to Mrs. Kenneth
causing $200 damage to discussions. He said if Kipp of 4741 N.E. Second
the city had a referen- Terrace, Pompano Beach.
one of the vehicles.
dum for every question
A car driven by Lonnie that came up it would
The theft occurred beE. Taylor, 43, of Ft. soon go bankrupt.
tween noon and 12:30
Lauderdale sideswiped a
p.m. while Mrs. Kipp was
truck driven byAlfonson
out of the car, police said.
Nero, 20, Negro, of 246 Boone put a stop to the
Newspaper racks were
S.W. Second Court, Deer- questioning and said it reported missing from in
field Beach, as he cut wasn't
front of the Waffle Shop
wide to avoid a parked business. He said any Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The
car, police said.
put to Brandt in private racks were later found by
The Taylor truck sus- and not in a commission police with the coin
tained the §200 damage.
3 Months FREE In and
Out Boat Storage to each
purchaser of one of our
case found that Deerfield
Beach and Delray Beach
police also have had a
rash of newspaper racks
Why be "Half Safe" and worry about
germs and infections this summer? Let the
missing lately. All three
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police departments are
$487.50 Down * 24 Months to Pay
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Police double checked
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LET will supply your pool with WATER
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the beach after a man,
YOU CAN DRINK.
posing as a police officer,
accosted a parked couple
For Full Information
Call Your Local ELfcNlTE Agent
Lt. McCutcheon said all
Mr. Weldon Boca 8076
Boca Raton policemen
580 N» Federal Hwy,, Deerfield at Hillsboro Canal - Ph» Boca 6146
-• alert 0 ' 1 L- "" -° the
Garden Club Installs Officers
Police Persuade Woman
Not to Wash Car in Rain
2 roR «29 12 w« 3 7
J.C. TIRE SERVICE
At the DiimtLD YACHT BASIN
16' AQUA FLITE
Fiberglass Cabin Cruiser
Deerfield YACHT BASIN