The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 28
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 28

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Palm Beach Post-Times. Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 C3 O'Kennedy?" "No," I agreed, "But Bryan was neither Irish nor a member of the true faith. And worse, he was a Prohibitionist." "For prohibiting what?" It was then that I realized that my Jenny was a mere child and that In the years when there were real Issues before the manhood of America, the women did not have By DENNIS MURRAY "And who are you going to vote (or, macushla?" I asked my Jenny. "Whom," she said, correcting me. "All right. Whom?" "I don't rightly know," she said. "Nixon, Humphrey, Wallace there are no Irish names like there used to be. Mostly Scotch." "Used to be?" I asked. "Such as?" "Such as Kennedy and O'Brien." "Now Kennedy was a good Irish name and so was his middle name, Fitzgerald. But there never was an O'Brien. You must be thinking of Bryan." "Bryan, O'Brien, what's the difference?" my wife demanded. "Is there any difference between a Kennedy and an "Perhaps not," said Jenny. "In those days, I remember my father saying you could get one dollar voting tor a Mick and two dollars for voting against one. That's why we never had an Irish President, but we had lots of Irish voters. My father could make as much as $12 on election day, and remember, the biggest stein of beer In town was only a nickel." No Irishman Available For Her Vote morning." "Then I wouldn't have voted for O'Brien for President," Jenny said, taking a sip of her Dublin Dew. "There was no O'Brien running," I reminded her. "There was always an O'S-omething or a McSomethlng running." "I don't ever remember It," I said. the right to vote. "Aye, for prohibiting a bit of the creature," I said. "Why the government would shoot down a man for taking a drink, and did so many times." "Must have been very good stuff," said my Jenny. "On the contrary, It was very bad stuff. If a prohibition agent didn't shoot you, you might wake up blind In the :W:wsw:: ' JW Jr' ' 'llj - V 7 linen special! wide legs are where its at . . . $8 Wide-wide legs let loose on the pant scene! Now in three great styles . . . exciting new colors ! Left to right: six-button sailor boy in linen-look rayon stripes. Button front yoke pant in rayon cotton plaids. Back pockets, no waistband style pant in floral and geometric woven rayon acetate. 6-16. All in Spectator fabric by Concord. Pants by Terry Sue. BUDGET SPORTSWEAR. STREET FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH lookers BODED TO HOLD THEIR SHAPE Classic . . . sparkling with newsy details for year round muss-free wearing. By Normay in bonded rayon. Pink, yellow, blue, 10-18. Scalloped skimmer; contrast stitching coat dress, step-in, tie scarf. j U- feC 16 MISSES' BUDGET DRESSES, SECOND FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH U R D I N V El 'S henson kickernick puts a rosebud on DuPont nylon A romantic match! Dainty rosebud applique and Vol type lace sweeten those nylon tricot coordinates. Slip in white, 32-38 average; 32-38 short, $4. White and pink half slip, s,m,l, average; s,m, short, $3. Brief, 4-7, $2. DA YWEAR LINGERIE, SECOND FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH 'TK sale! save 50 and more higgle; III I t V HAiR WIGLET BETTER BAGS 15 99 5"-9 Beg. Sl3-$22. Save on great casual and dressy looks. Patent, leather; many styles, colors in group. Answer to a girl's holiday hair problems our mini priced Fashion Tress "wiggle" wiglet! Let our stylists create a smooth or curly 'do'. Choose: blacks to blondes, fwsteds, mixes. WIG SALON, SECOND FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH HANDBAGS, STREET FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH

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