The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 110
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 110

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times. Sunday, Nor. 3. 19G8 H13 KEEP OUR COURTS In The Service T El 0 J PRICES GOOD SUNDAY 10 'TIL 7 MONDAY 9 'TIL 9 SAVE MORE AT FLORIDA'S LARGEST DRUG CHAIN u i )! .f MARGATE EXPERIENCE COUNTS . . . Judge Russell Mcintosh practiced la in Palm Beach County 11 years prior to 1960. For 8 years he has upheld the dignity of your court POMPANO IEACH 3501 f. Atiwtk IM. LIGHTHOUSE POINT 370 N. Mwtl HgKny OCA RATON UOW.CmmwRmI VIUAGI OF PAU SWINGS U41 Cmtrav Aw. WEST PAIM IEACH w .if I. U p - 1 r . i MIAMI 1431 Ctral Way int J.W. J7ih Aw. 4101 J.W. Mi St. 4171 Inuyiw MvA MIAMI SHORES MM tucayiw Ihi. NO. MIAMI BEACH US! N.E. 185 St. J70 Mt HOtlYWOOD M4S I.ll Si'Mt HAUANDAIF OEERFIEID IEACH f)0 S. ftdnal Hfhway DELRAY (EACH HI N.(. 2x4 Aw. HIAIEAH J7I W.4tkSt. FT. IAUDERDAIE W. Irwwd M. 3420 N. Mivn Aw. 5011 HI. Ilth Aw. 1315 S t. 17th Stxtt PLANTATION 4171 W. SiwtM IM. Capt. Boyd J. Mullholand, son of Dr. and Mrs. Daryl J. Mullholand, 38 Springdale Road,-Lake Worth, received the Army Commendation Medal when he completed his tour of active duty at Ft. McPherson, Ga. While in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam, he discovered a rare type of plague, now known as gangrenous plague, and reported thU at the International Conference on Tropical Diseases in Iran. His Is now performing his pediatric residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami Capt. David C. Corbett, son of Mrs. Ruby M. Gay, N. Glfford Road, Vero Beach, was awarded an Air Medal as a member of Marine Observation Sqdn. 2 with RUSSELL l 'J ROBINSON M0 Military Twl Swith MULLHOLAND WILKINSON MATTHEWS Wing the First Marine Aircraft In Vietnam. m mm SENIOR CRIMINAL COURT JUDGE DEMOCRAT flHI.4 Ml. Ctmf. Trtau (H?Q SUM mm son of Mrs. Helen Chilldres, 2801 NW 4th St., Boynton Beach, completed a wheeled vehicle mechanic course at Ft. Ord, Calif. Graduated from basic train- tag at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111., was Seaman Apprentice David A. Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Edgar Webb, 4865 W. Lake Park Road, Lake Park. Second Lt. Don L. Unger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Y. Unger, Route 2, Lake Worth, was awarded Air Force pilot wings on graduation at Moody AFB, Ga. Complete basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and assigned to Chanute AFB, III., was Airman Mary A. Brown, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy L. Brown, 515 Evergreen Drive, Lake Park. Airman Charles E. Dett-man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Dettman, 331 W. 16th Way, Riviera Beach, completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss. Completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and assigned to B'raneis E. Warren AFB, Wyo., was Airman Wayne M. Saunders, son of Mr. affd Mrs. Charles E. Saunders, 5792 Desota Road, Lake Worth. Richard A. Higgins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Higgins, 7182 St. Andrews Drive, Lake Worth, has been promoted to machinist mate 1. C. with the cutter Winona, home-ported at Seattle, Wash. Attending ground officers training school at Ft. Denning, Ga., is 2nd Lt. Robert L. Bryan Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. OPPONENT ZELL DAVIS JR. COLOR FILM KODAK Cxl20, Cx126-12, Cxl27 or Cx620 KODAK ISOVIE CAMERA KIT LIB., University of Miami, 1953. Education: B.S., B.A., University of Florida, 1950; Juris Doctor 1957, University of Miami. VALUES TO 1.40 87' .SUPER 8 INSTAMATIC M-12 CAMERA INCLUDES FILM CARTRIDGE & BATTERIES WALNUT GRAINED STACK TABLES Assistant County Prosecutor 1955-57; State Attorney 1965- 1968 99 REG. 4.G5 Experience: Assistant County Prosecutor 1959-1961; Special Juvenile Court Prosecutor; Assistant City Prosecutor West Palm Beach; Assistant State Attorney 1965-1968. lEn7 34.50 9783 1 KcrJ VALUE 1 L i-rrr - I C IARC0AL S I toOTHPA"- I None LIGHTER FUEL II B GIANT ft Spending a 30-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gagnon, 618 Clematis St., is Staff Sgt. Bill A. Gagnon after serving 12 months with the 1st Air Cavalry in Vietnam. Pfc. Steven P. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Brown, U17 NE 23rd St., Belle Glade, and CpL Michael P. Dean, son of Mrs. Charles Mullaney, Jupiter, are with the First Marine Division in South Vietnam. Other area men in Vietnam are: Lee D. Kmbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Embury, 974 29th St., promoted to Army captain with the Advisory Team 87. Spec. 4 Charles K. Folts, with the Army Depot near Long Binh. His wife, Lois, lives in the area. Pfs. John W. Wilkerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wilkerson, Okeechobee, with the 4th Infantry Division. Spec. 4 William D. Parker, son of Violet Perrin, 403 S. 22nd St., Fort Pierce, with the 168th Engineer Bn. near Di An. Receiving the Air Force Commendation Medal were: 1st Lt. Francis L. Crlnks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Crinks, 429 Hibiscus St., at San Vlto Dei Normannl Air Station, Italy, and Technical Sgt. John F. Conklin, husband of the former Dora M. Rogers, daughter of Mrs. Edell Rogers of Lantana, at Ubon Royal Thai AFB, Utah. - E-2 Robert R. Robinson, son of Mrs. Ida Robinson, 385 Franklin Road, graduated from basic training at Ft. Jackson, S.C., and Is assigned to the Medical Center, Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex. Participating in the recovery of Apollo 7 while serving aboard the anti-submarine warfare aircraft carrier USS Essex were Air Controlman 2.C. William R. Richardson, son of Ralph S. Richardson of Falrlawn, Sebring; Boilerman 2.C. Charles J. Hawkins, son of Mrs. Jennie L, Williams, 620 Charles St. ; Also, Lt. Cmdr. Daniel P. Ken- nedy, husband of the former Miss Nancy J. Jackson of this area; Aerographer's Mate 2.C. Robert Dombroski, son of Mrs. Norman Wells, 729 Hex Court, Lake Park, and Seaman Gary W. Bender, son of Mrs. Jean L. Bender, 6501 Lake Ave., and husband of the former Miss Mary A. Schichler of the area. Cadet Capt. James Grier Pressly Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James drier Pressly, 350 Sea Spray Ave., Palm Beach, was selected as a Distinguished Military Student at the University of Florida ROTC. On duty with the 4133rd Bomb Wing at a forward base In the Western Pacific are: Senior Master Sgt. Roger W. Peters, whose wife, Blanche, Is the daughter of Mrs. Rosa Tschanz, 428 44th St.; Airman l.C. Frederick W. Marsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. Marsh, 814 12th St., S., Lantana, and Staff Sgt. Ansel C. Matthews, son of Mrs. Louvenla Matthews, 620 12th St. Pvt. Kim W. Richardson, son of Mrs. Doris C. Richardson, 502 S. 12th St., Lantana, is going through recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. Awarded silver wings upon graduation from the Air Force navigator training at Mather AFB, Calif., was 2nd Lt. Dennis E, Wilkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Wilkinson, 1000 Hampton Road. Pvt. Johnny P. Chllldres, II 1 twin R 49c MUT I IUIT 19' VALUE one Special Training: Prosecutor's School, Northwestern University, Chicago; Junior and Senior Prosecutor's Courses, Practicing Law Institute, N.Y., N:Y.; National District Attorneys-F.B.I. Course on Drug Abuse and Narcotics Addiction, ; LE PAGE MIX OR MATCH iin wil II PACK fciw b I REG- 69e,.,ffl MBa9) J jfisss! 11 n t j TWIN PASTE COMBO 58c VAL. 28 TAPE WWHIIE CLUE 62c VAL 0 M, TAPE WMUCIUGE Be VAL ANTIQUE PEDESTAL MAKE-UP Robert L. Bryan, 2607 Acklins Road. From there he will go to Military Intelligence School at Ft. Holablrd, Md. Pvt. Thomas Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Burton, 720 NW 17th Court, Pompano Beach, completed advanced Infantry training at Ft. Polk, La. Graduating from basic training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., were: Seaman Apprentice Roger D. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil A. Williams, 116 Riverside Drive, Jupiter; Seaman Apprentice Theron R. Tomasello Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Theron . R. Tomasello, 2389 Palm Road, and Navy-man Robert W. Shoenfeld, son of Mrs. Virginia Shoenfeld, 1368 Parteree Drive. Pfc. Steven D. Bushanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Buchanan, 5566 Balfrey Drive, completed a microwave radio equipment repairman course at the Army Signal School, Ft. Monmouth, N.J. MIRROR "The Perfect Record?" MESH HOSE y DELUXE STYLE GOLD SHADE FINISH FOR USE IN ANY ROOM 99 til ccb 3PC I icO 3.95 2 JULIETTE AMFM-AFCSW sKffiTE RADIO ElECTRIC AND 8ATTERY During the past 3'A years, the Polm Beach County Grand Jury has handed down 83 indictments Zell Davis' opponent has tried only 1 2 of these cases. Zell Davis' opponent is paid an annual salary of $15,000. Taken from official records clerk of Circuit Court Palm Beach County. A 1967 Survey of P.B. County Bar Association gave Majority Approval of Consolidation of Prosecutors Offices. Zell Davis' opponent appeared before the Governmental Study Commission earlier this year and stated that he was strongly opposed to the consolidation of the offices of state attorney and county solicitor. After Zell Davis came up with the consolidation plan, his opponent now states publicly that he has no objection to combining the offices. 1 SeS 1 ! OPERATED INCIUDES EARPHONE, "C" CEll BATTERIES, 14 TRANSISTORS, AC ADAPTER BUILT IN MODEL AFS160 43.95 VALUE ELECT Reporting for training at the Navy's newest Recruit Training Center, Orlando, was Seaman Recruit Rodney L. Seagravcs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Seagraves, 517 Valley Forge Road. Fireman Ronald S. Nolan, son of Mrs. F. K. Nlelson, 1430 Okeechobee Road, completed training with Mobile Riverine Force Class at the Naval Inshore Operations Training Center, Vallejo, Calif. 2" ''. ,.J,--Sk JULIETTE 6 TRANS. DM 1 w I ' i I RADIO SOLID STATE RS61 ssggs; WHILE THEY UST 111 CTAK . STATE ATTORNEY 88 On duty at Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, Is Sgt. Ellas E. Jordan Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jordon Sr., 3139 Melaleuca Drive. 95 C LUE 3 II 1 VflTHrJr.lSfe vii M. Pol Adv. by Camp. Treat. REPUBLICAN ii i ftBmu SINGLE HOT PUTE RELIABLE INSTANT HEATING WHITB BAKED ENAMEL FINISH 99 1 BOARD 11 1 2.98 VALUE TACKLE BOX WON'T YOU LET CfuM&e SERVE YOU AGAIN IN TALLAHASSEE? ELECT ONE TRAY HAS ROOMY COMPARTMENTS, PUT BAIT, REELS IN BOTTOM SERVED THE PEOPLE OF PALM BEACH AND MARTIN COUNTIES WELL FOR ALMOST 4 YEARS AS LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT TO CONGRESSMAN PAUL ROGERS ill sni:B i i 99 111 .:..ullGH!i I I 2.50 VALUE 1 1 S&o 1 I i LOO VALUE EVANS nmm. FLY ROD POPPERS HI TOOTH BRUSH J S DEODORANT ' COLGATE c 19 REGULAR 63c i f 4 ounce rip I 4. 29c 11 u ! ; VALUE J , , J f U LIMIT 1 WITH COUPON THRU 114 1 ' i jy' 11 ; STATE REPRESENTATIVE LIMIT 1 WITH COUPON THRU 114 DIST. 81 DEM. 1 1 -i'iiVwJ , PD. POL. ADV. 1 t

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