The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 29, 1998 · Page 836
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 836

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, March 29, 1998
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M SL THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 15D MARTINST. LUCIE COUNTY LIVi.'G ' " Military reunions 1976, and the USS Columbus; (SSN-762) past and present, contact: Al Lewis, 726 E. Covina Blvd., Covina Calif. 91722-295S Or call 818-966-8341 (work); (818) 339-3568 (home); or fax (818) 966 5481. i Surviving members of the USS Jamestown (AGP-3), 1941-1946 to attend 7th Reunion in San Francisco on Oct. 5-8. Contact George Whiting, 1868 S.W. Ship's company and flag and all years are welcome. Contact: Charlie Tiemeyer, 14238 Spanish Wells Dr., Hudson, Fla., 34667 or call (813) 869-1977. Reservation deadline is July 1. n . ca Don Turnberg, 4114 Went-worth Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55409. B USS Pollux (Aks-2Aks-4) Fourth Reunion, Sept. 16-20 in San Antonio, TX. Call 888-765-5899 or 888-765-5899 B U.S.S MAON (CA-132) Veterans Association is looking for shipmates to join Sixth Reunion in Jacksonville, Sept. 17-20, and in Cleveland in 1999. For information contact Paul J. Sfreddo, 69 Sinnot Road, Arundel, ME, 04046. Telephone: (207) 967-4980. B The Four Stack APD Veterans and the USS Goldsborough (DD-188APD-32) will hold annual reunion on Sept. 17-19, in Hampton, Va. Contact Jeff Jeffcott, 804 Fairha-ven Drive, North Palm Beach, FL 33408 or call 848-6971. B The USS Wasp CVCVA CVS-18 Association seeking any land, N.Y. Call Bill Yeager (607) 776-4965 for more information. The U.S.S. Rupertus DD-851 Reunion, April 30 - May 3 in Houston. Call Bob Duer (626) 358-5585 for information. B The U.S.S. General W.A. MANN (AP-112) (TAP-112) 11th Annual Reunion will be held on May 1-4, at the Best Western Center Inn, Norfolk, Va. For more information call Jerry "Captain" Bligh, 685 Squire Circle 102, Naples, FL 34104-6589. Phone, (941) 353-0891. B U.S.S. Thomas Fraser DM-24 will hold annual reunion on May 18-20 in Las Vegas. All crew members WWII through Korea, contact Les O'Brien, 4738 Sand-points Drive, New Port Richey, FL 34635 or call (813) 372-3440. B 128th AAA Gun BN. - 3rd Army - WWII, planning reunion on May 27-31, 1998. Contact Ed and Estelle Oliver at 3 Fairview Drive, Bristol RI, 02809, (401) 253-4729 or coordinator Charles De Coff at 919 Cochran Drive, Lake Worth FL, 585-4818. B USS Allen M.Summer (DD-692) 10th Annual All Hand Re ; Irwin L. Steinberg Ladies Auxiliary 321 Jewish War Veterans, U.S.A., Inc., membership meeting, April 7, 7:30 ?.m., at Temple Anshei Shalom, 099 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. Any woman, related by blood or marriage, to either a living or deceased wartime or peacetime veteran of the Jewish faith is eligible for membership. Call 499-1507. it ? 13th AF13th Jungle Air Force (WW2AAC) Reunion for 1997 in Dallas. Anyone who Served with the 13th Jungle Air Force (Army Air CorpsBomb GroupBomb Squadron). Call Emile J. Beauregard, 3747 Acush-fiet Ave., New Bedford, Mass. 02745-4126, (508) 995-3598. t USS Duluth (CL 87), (1945-49), (Pacific) Reunion for 1997 in TBD. Contact David L. Andrews, HCR 1 Box 620, Inchelium, Wash. 99138-9710. Phone (509) 722-3910. ' I 5th Army Veterans of the Italian Campaign, World War II, will be returning to Italy for a 10-day visit. Veterans of the 34th, 36th, 45th, 85th, 88th, 91st, 10th Mt, and many support outfits may contact Sy Canton, secretary of the 5th Army Association for information, (516) 432-3022; e-mail, V- B ; 8th Air Force, World War II will be held on March 26-29 at the Sheraton Harbor Place Hotel in Foxpoint Trail, Palm City, FL 34990. Call 223-8364. B U.S.S. Sperry (AS-12) Submarine Tender, 1942 - 1982, will hold reunion on Oct. 13-15 in San Diego. Contact Jim Taylor, 4109 Shore Line Circle, Apt. 81, Virginia Beach, VA 23452 or call (757) 463-2804. B Icebreaker Edisto (AGB-2) (WAGB-284) is holding a reunion in the fall for former crew members, including officers, enlisted and civilian personnel. Contact Lyman Smith at (401) 849-6384 or write to 69 Everett St., Middle-town, RI 02842. B CBMU625-WW2 Reunion. Contact Edwin Pedersen, 4382 Kings Drive, Boynton Beach, Fla. 33436; 736-0794. B The Jewish War Veterans Post 266 is seeking Korean and Vietnam Veterans to become members of post. Call Bill at 495-9104. B Navy and Marine Corps shipmates who served aboard the USS Columbus CA-74CG-12, 1994- Exclusive Collection of Ladies New & Pre-Owned members of Ship's Company, Air Groups and Marines who served aboard the ship between 1943 and 1972, for membership and information on it's next reunion in Orlando on Sept. 28 - Oct. 2. Write to: PHI Rishard G. VanOver, USNR (Ret) 6584 Bunting Road, Orchard Park, NY 14127-3635, or call (716) 649-9053. DRIFTWOOD t?fQ -f?0" OFF I Selected Apparel & Accessories 5TH ANNUAL END OF SEASON 3 DESIGNER 13th Jungle Air Force, wil) hold a reunion in Florida. If inters ested contact Emile J. Beauregard, 3747 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford, MA 02745-4126 or call (508) 995-3698. 1 92nd Armored Field Artillery BN (Red Devils), seeking former members who served in the Korean War (1950-53). Conf tact Pete Taormina, 1011 SW 16th St., Boca Raton, Fla. 33426, or caU 732-8881. 3 B Military Locator and i Ref union Service, Inc., services publishing Military reunions for 1997-1998. To receive more information, write to: Military Locator and Reunion Service, Inc., 3330 Springs Road N.E., Hickory, N.C-28601; or call (704) 256-6008; or fax (704) 256-6559. B DONNA DEBEHNKE .1 Send notice of your reunion to The Palm Beach Post Living De- partment, P.O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4700. i G 743-8582 at 288-7288, or fax 219-3224. I r March 30-April 11 On. MON.-SAT. 'A, v 10-5 I CONSIGNMENTS, LTD. PLAZA, 2117 So. US Hwy. 1 , Jupiter Fort Myers, Fla. j Contact: Mr. Fred McConnell, Sw Fla. Wing of 2nd Air Division Assn., P.O.Box 482, Cape Coral, 1X33910. v- The National 4th Infantry (IVY) Division Association, will hold a reunion on April 3-5. For more information write Edward J. McEniry, 3936 Sail Drive FR-4, New Port Richey, Fla., 34652-5750. The 97th Signal Battalion Association will hold its lOthan-nual reunion in Kissimee in the Ramada Inn Plaza Hotel Gateway, April 15-20. All former members of the battalion are invited. Contact secretary, 3608 Dupont ; Circle, Virginia Beach, VA 23445 or call (757) 464-0513 or e-mail, Web home page, www.reunited.commilitary m-97thsb. C 7th Air Force, 41st Bomb Group (M), 47th, 48th, 396th and 820th Squadrons Reunion in San Antonio, April 16th-19th. Call Herb Locke, 272-7125. World War II Merchant Ma-!rine Radio Operators will hold annual reunion April 22-24 in Philadelphia. Group is composed of men who trained on Hoffman Is (INT E R S "h 49th Annual ReunionConvention of Eighth Armed Division Association, July 1-5 at the Radisson Plaza Hotel in Charlotte, N.C. Call (602) 546-9789 to attend. B USS Maddox Destroyer Assoc. Reunion (DD168, DD622 and DD731) will hold reunion on July 9-12, in Minneapolis. Contact: Bill and Joyce Metcalf 12686 W. Hwy. 55, York, S.C. 29745 or call (803) 222-3180. B USS Boston Reunion of shipmates, officers, crew, marines and flag personnel of the CA69, CAGI and the SSN703, will be held July 9-12 in Samford, Conn. Contact USS Boston Shipmates Inc., Arthur L. Hebert, Secretary, Amherst, NH 03031-0816. B National 4th Infantry (IY) Division Association will hold reunion on July 19-25. Contact Roger Barton, Financial Secretary, 2 Spring Drive R-32, Walkersville, MD, 21793-8107, or call 888-845-4040. B The Florida Chapter of the Third Marine Division Associa tion will assist m hosting the Division's family reunion, July 29 -Aug. 2, 1998 in Orlando. Eligible persons contact Colonel Nick Dennis, USMC (RET) 2363 Whisper Walk Drive, Spring Hill, FL, 34606-7246 or call (352) 666-9548. B U.S.S. Salem (CA 139) will hold reunion for all former officers, crew members and Marine detachment on Aug. 6-9 in Quincy, Mass. For more information contact Bob Daniels, P.O. Box 49139, Leesburg, FL, 34749 or call (352) 315-1397. USS Forrestal (CVACV AT-59) Annual Reunion is scheduled for Aug. 18-23, in Charleston, S.C. Contact Jim Stewart, 21 Vibur- nam Lane, Levittown, FA iy054 or call (215) 943-7626. 53rd Annual Reunion of the National Timberwolf Associa- tion of World War II Veterans of the 104th Infantry Division will be held at the Double Iree Hotels-Jantzen Beach and Columbia in Portland, Ore., Sept. 7-13. Contact Glen E. Lytle, 4002 Jasmine Dr., Wichita, KN 67226. Phone: (316)636-5334 or FAX (316) 636-9644. B USS Ajax AR-6 will hold a ship reunion on Sept. 10-14 in Williamsburg, Va. Contact U.S.S. AJAX AR-6 Reunion Association Over 80 Different Barstools On Display Wo Y Anmvftwyl JT Over x 25SetsTo S Choose From Dinettes 6c More 2486 S.E. Ted. Hwy., Stuart 288-0330 m or An "Just what do those SeaWind people have in mind?" union, June 25-28, Niagara Falls, N.Y. Contact Joe Gall, 56 Amsterdam Ave., Tonawanda, NY 14150-5416. Phone (716) 692-2697; Email fl USS KiddDesRon 48 Association Reunion will celebrate its 50th Anniversary in San Antonio, Texas. June 17-21, 1998. Seeking who served aboard any of the following ships during WWII andor during the War in Korea: USS Walker DD517, Abbot DD629. Erben DD631, Hale DD642, Stembel DD644, Bullard DD660, Kidd DD661, Black DD666, and Chauncey DD667. Contact Herb Boose at 9664 W. McNab Drive, Tamarac, FL 32221 or call (954)720-1111. B USS Ashland (LSD's 1 & 48), will hold reunion on June 24-27, 1998 in San Diego. Contact Paul S. Adams, Jr., 9 Andrea Road, Newark, DE 19702-5109 or phone (302) 834-1806 or e-mail at B U.S. Naval Armed Guard WWII Veterans, 17th Annual Reunion, June 25-30, 1998 at The Radisson Hotel South and Plaza Towers, 7800 Normandale Blvd., Bloomington, Minn. For more information, contact: U.S.N. Armed Guard WWII Veterans, Charles A. Lloyd - Chairman. 5712 Partridge Lane, Raleigh, NC 27609-4126; (919) 876-5537. B USS Taconic AGC-17 Reunion, will be held in Cocoa Beach, Fla. on Sept. 30-Oct. 4. f I 0 N A L" Tents Party Rentals Events 4 A community benefitting environmentally, economically and socially from a comprehensive, managed growth approach! Share the vision. If you would like to know what else we have in mind, call SeaWind J'iTTlrsx 1 r V . Ji m. ri hi L -w 'J f v. VI J Si ) 71 IP RESIDENCES IS MOVING INTO THE TREASURE COAST. 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