The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 4, 1968 · Page 19
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 19

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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 196819 When Shopping Use P-T Classified Please Remit HELENA, Mont. (AP) Dave Middlemas, Lewis and Clark County sheriff, has been Investigating the mysterious disappearance of a local girl. As part of his investigation he asked the Minnesota vehicle licensing bureau to check on whether a driver's license had been issued to the missing girl. The reply: Remit 50 cents to cover charges for the information requested. Bob DeYoung YA Republican For State Senate Dist. 35 r3 ' 4d v I 1 fcv Cmp Tret (1135? TO), REID fa '' Photo by Robert K. Oglesby The asphalt roller pictured here makes it possible for Lake Park to perform the work formerly contracted out to private contractors. This job would have cost the town at least $1,000 through a local firm, but now costs the town just $300 through the use of new equipment. RIGHT EQUIPMENT SAVES DOLLARS Employes of the Lake Park Public Works Department recently repaved the intersection of Palmetto Road and Flagler Boulevard, while Town Manager James Griesemer and Public Works Department Supt. Joseph Capparelli looked on. X y Pol. Adv TAX ASSESSOR Join the most exclusive "Key Club" in West Palm Beach! Mead Assistant to Congressman Paul Rogers Experienced in Government Former School Teacher Knows Education Problems Former Judge, Prosecutor and Law Enforcement Officer Municipal Judge Assistant County Solicitor, Palm Beach County Police Patrolman Christian Pushes TV TALLAHASSEE (UF1) -State School Supt. Floyd Christian, noting that Educational Television can "play a very real role on the reduction of campaign costs," said Sunday he planned to ask the 1969 Legislature to expand the use of ETV In political campaigns. President legislative authorization, given by the 1967 ' session of the Legislature extends only through 1970. "I feel that this fall's programs have shown that educational television can play a very real role In the reduction of campaign costs," the superintendent said. "With the drafting of good guidelines, I also believe that its use could be expanded to Include all statewide candidates." The state's ETV network this fall carried four live hour-long programs dealing with the campaign. W rong Color LOUISVILLE (AP) The Green Street Baptist Church creates a problem for tourists. It's on East Gray Street. 88 KEYS TO HAPPINESS. 1 VOI It HUME WITH YOUR INDEPENDENT VOICE IN TALLAHASSEE Here's what you get (or your $2"... FREE LESSONS; Use of a Wurlitzer Organ or Piano in your home, all rental applies if you buy! only ml week STATE REPRESENTATIVE PIAN0S0RGANS DISTRICT 81 MartinPalm Beach Counties DEM. PD. POL. ADV. fsi raim ween - iif isaiura, oja-.jo.j- j Hura iialon Lillian Mc rz 1211 S.W. Hlh Si. ,'i5-70oJ i CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN LEADERS THROUGHOUT THE STATE AND NATION ENDORSE BOB RUST FOR CONGRESS AtTOOWM b'lrfl THE Republican Ja x I 5 1 Mtr9 Candidate For The AAV--- r & U.S. Congress is & October rVv C ,,V 0 S -Rep.RT... articulate... wcD J. SfC rf eee JZ qualified for Congress... enviable record V ,V-V 4v' V of pubUc service and dedication...". afVt Xy x Cong. WmC Cramer Vt- xJ$' y &pt$S We need pew men and new leadership,. Y Regardless of vol, party fTfS Z U i f VOTESFORTBOB RUST ff . . .VOTE FOR BOB LTIUJ jy ffeW'7'25' NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT R.AD PAID FOR BY THE BIPARTISAN COMMITO SYKES J FOR RIGHT

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