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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

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12 Palm Beach Post-Times. Saturday, Nov. 9, 1968 J Ghost and .mrs.muir B52s Pound Red Staging Areas Near Border tained In an interview by Viet was tried two months ago. shifted south from the, central highlands. SAIGON (AP) Waves of U.S. B52 Stratofortresses struck at enemy staging areas near the Cambodia border Friday, touching off large explosions in a region where a South Vietnamese general said the foe had massed 60,-000 troops for a big offensive. Although U.S. Command officials were not inclined to accept the South Vietnamese figure at face value, the eight-engine bombers were ordered out In an extraordinary concentration of air power against the area about 60 miles northwestof Saigon. Attacking in eieht waves ot approximately six planes each over a 24-hour period, the B52s rained 1,500 tons of bombs on suspected bases infiltration routes and supply dumps in the long time enemy stronghold called War Zone C. The area is about five miles from the Cambodian border in Tay Ninh Province. Military spokesmen said B52 crews reported 49 secondary explosions, indicating that large munitions supplies had been hit. Ground patrols reported B52 strikes in the same general area Tuesday destroyed about 200 fortifications. The estimate of 60,000 enemy troops in the area was con nam Press, the official government news agency, with Lt. Gen. Do Cao Tri, commander of the 3rd Corps region that stretches from Saigon to the Cambodian border. Tri said the wiemy was planning a "total atuck" rather than trying to occupy some provinces along the border, as U.S. intelligence assessments have put enemy troop strength in the entire 3rd Corps region at 35,000. Tri based his claim on captured enemy documents. 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Sizes 6V2 to 11-12, colors blue and green. SATURDAY 10 TO 9:30 - SUNDAY 11:30 TO 5:30 One way to insure that servicemen overseas and in Vietnam have a Merry Christmas is lo mail packages early. And todav is the last day to mail packages to Vietnam with the guarantee that they will reach their destination before Dec. 25. The U.S. Post Office Department has listed the following (leadlines for mailing Christmas parcels to members of the Armed Forces overseas: Surface mail, Nov. 9 ( today): most parrels up to 70 Christmas Tree Decorating Set Schools, church groups and clubs made up of children under 12 years ot age are invited to trim Christmas trees at Palm Beach Mall. A $2-voucher to buy a major decoration for their tree will be given to each group. Each will be provided with a five-foot tree on a stand skirted with an apron. Last year groups representing St. Francis of Assisi, Holy Name, St. Ann's and St. Clare's Catholic Schools participated. A sign will be placed under each completed tree giving credit to the organization that decorated it. Twenty trees will be ready to decorate Dec. 10 on a first-come, first-serve basis. Deadline for tree reservations is Nov. 26. pounds and 100 inches in length and girth combined (packages to Vietnam should be marked "Santa Claus Special."); Space Available Mail (SAM), Nov. 23, parcels up to five pounds, 60 inches length and girth combined; PAL Mail, Nov. 30, parcels up to 30 pounds, 60 inches length and girth combined; Airmail, Dec. 11, most parcels up to 70 pounds, 100 inches in length and girth combined. The term "Armed Forces Overseas" includes personnel of the Armed Forces, members of their families, and U.S. civilians employed overseas whoreceive their mail through an APO or FPO in New York, Seattle or San Francisco. To mail packages overseas, the Post Office has offered several hints for secure wrapping. All articles should be packed in boxes of wood, metal, solid fiberboard, or strong double-faced corrugated fiberboard. All fiberboard packages should be wrapped securely in heavy paper to strengthen the parcel and tied with strong cord. Sufficient cushioning material should be used to prevent any rattling or loosening of articles In the package. Unless tightly filled, boxes are likely to be crushed. And it goes without saying, that all packages must be legibly addressed and either typewritten or in ink. 2 DAYS DEPARTMENT STORES Tremendous Collection of Men's Ladies 1 SHIRTS LEISURE WEAR Valu 81,00 es Stole Report 88 n 90 577 11 "Permanent Press" No-Iron feature. flfn ill w See our beautiful array of casual wear in vibrant prints and solids, many scoop, V or turtle neck, sleeves or sleeveless. Choice from zip or button up front or back. Rich satin trim with narrow and wide wide legs. Sizes small, medium and large. Featuring long sleeve flannels, short sleeve sport and dress shirts. Hundred to choose from sizes small, med., large, extra large, and 14'i to 16'i. "Charge it Mi Penn REEL and PIER ROD liegulur $16.46 Portable Cartridge TAPE PLAYER Play Tape automatic tape player will operate anywhere you are ... in the home, car, on the beach, even in your boat. A and C. include a built in radio. Players operate on 4 D size Road, Lake Worth, a daunhter, L'aroi Ann. Nov. 2 Mr. and Mrs. William Bovd Troupe (Vera Ann Allen). Sixth St., Jupiter, twin bovs, Aaron Ferris and Adam Bovd. Oct. .'( Mr. and Mrs. Bovett Kdward Fleming Sr. (Vernell Walker), W. First St., Riviera Beach, a daughter. Vondena Alexia. BKTHESD MFMORIAI. HOSPITAL Bovnton Beach Ocl. 2H Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dean Schuli (Irene Miller'. r2 SK 27th Wav, Bovnton Beach, a dauuhier. Denise Irene. Ocl. 29 Mr. and Mrs. Anthonv Kent Mitchell (Shirley Ann Weaver), .') Lake Court, Delray Beach, a daughter, Kathy Ann. Oct 29 Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgf Wa ne Hill Jane Prueto. 71fi NW Sixth Drive. lliHM Raton, a son. Shannon Raw net. to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bis-rhot! iBeatnce Selbv ', AVi SK Seventh St.. Delrav Beach, a dauyhler. Leslie Ann. Oct. :i - Mr. and Mrs. Harrv K. Walker (Joan Shepherd), 2M SW First St.. Bovnton Beach, a son, Mark Lincoln. Ocl. sl. and Mrs. Jerrv A. Raulls (Svble Kelcmsi. 702 SW 10th St., Delrav Beach, a son, Itickv Wavne. Nov, 1 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wil-dev 'Barbara Maroldi, 7h2 NW Seventh Si . Boca Raton, a son. J. Dane. Nov. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Kerrv Robert son (Linda Jane March, Arnold Ave.. Lanlana, a daughter. Kerri L nn. Nov .(Mr. and Mrs. William Kdward Thompson (Brenda Whipple), 47.11 NK Second Ave., Pompano Beach, a daughter, Brenda Star, Mtiv. .1 Mr. and Mrs, Johnnie Petti-ford 'Lillie Bell (irovert, .125 Roosevelt Ave . lelrav Beach, a daughter. Tracv Yvetle. LAKK WORTH OSTKOPmi ( LIMC I. AhK WORTH Oct 10 - Mr. and Mrs. James William Mutt bins (Kalie Lee Fields i, 1414.11st St.. West, Riviera Beach, a son, James William Jr. Oct 21 Mr. and Mrs. James Elwyn Harris (Loretta Lavanda Stokes'. Lake Worth, a son. Daniel Keith. Ocl. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Law-reme Woodick (Joan Krusei. 4tW S. Ltth Court. Lanlana, a daughter, Amelia Josephine. on. 2.1 Mr. and Mis. Normal Weslev Kam 'Patricia (iale Whaltevt, .W) Pine-wood Ave., a daughter. KhrKUne Renee. Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Kddie Lee Co, wart i Surah Lee Raves). 4H J4th St., Riviera Beach, a daughter. Reglna La-vonne. Oct. 25- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Samuel Johnson 'Marvann Francis Aspinat. S Lake Ave., a son. Richard Michael. Oct. 2t) Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Edward Kvans (Jeane Annelie Beckett i. 71(t Cambridge SI., Lake Worth, a daughter. Kerrv Lvnn Evans. Ocl. .ki - Mr, and Mrs. Fred Jack Robinson (Marv Ella Hawkins), I. 107 1-2 itbthSt., ason. FredJack Jr. Oct. ;u Mr and Mrs. Oils Butler Jr. i Ver nice Ceil Hill', m Second St., a son, Anthonv Bernard. M ARTIN MEMORI AL HOSPITAL Stuart Oct. 2S Mr. and Mrs. John Mawhin-nev (Bettv Shamblini, Australian St.. Stuart, a son. Oct. .10- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Archer i Frances Danlev i, P. o. Box 1WJ2. Stuart, a daughter. Nov. 2 Mr. and Mrs, Loren Foster (Judv Bailest. 217 Sunset Drive. Jensen Beach, a son Nov 2 - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wildes (Donna Losco'. Box 312. Hobe Sound, a son. Oct. .1 Mr. and Mrs. Espv Lampkin ((.ladvs Thomast. .135 Lake St.. Stuart, a son. 0 Simplicity and durability 65 reel is the choice of many fisherman. Combined with a 6 Vi rod for many hours of enjoyable fishing. Holds 300 yards 36 lb. test monofilament line. UUOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL Oct. H Mr. and Mrs. William Jpssop (Linda Smith i. 1017H Plant Drive, Halm Beach (iardens, a daughter, Christina Ann. Oct. 25 - Mr. and Mrs. Mlchelr Fucillo ffiiaiilna Rago.lnoi, Australian Ave, Palm Beach, a dauKhler. Knberlha (illda. Oct. 2f Mr. and MKs. Hubert Allen Kllioi 'Man Kleanor V hitei. Koutp 151 (iollvlew Drive, l'equesta. a daughter. Karen Krances. Oct ') Mr. and Mrs. James Louis Husaiik Milnria Kulh Olson , Bou KJinvillea Drive. Lauderdale bv the Sea. a son. Timothy John. Oct. 2r Mr. and Mrs. Rufus K. Swindle Jr. (Jewell Cunningham t, 422 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., a daughter, Cecelia Klizabeih. Oct. 25 Mr. and Mrs. M. ('. Latson Annie Mae While). litl" 1 1 ltth St.. a daughter. Kimberlev Letrice. Oct 2i - Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bartholomew ( hernstskv i Joan M.ine Rose SolKs, 7l'i Koreslei i,i Drive. Lake Patk, a son. Thomas Mi( hael Oeranl. Oct. Jti - Mr and Mrs. Oranvllle Dames Jr. iKva Minnri. wr Orant St., a daughter. Bonitadav. Ocl. 2h Mi. and Mrs. Howard H. Harrison Jr. i Catherine Bernadeite Lu boliai, x.i;r. pine l ire Lane. Lake Clarke Shores, a son. Joseph Todd. Ocl JK- Mr and Mrs Jack Lei' Smith 'Dntothv Kliabelh Scott i. 11H Swain Blvd.. Lake Worth, a son. Richard Ld ward Ocl. 2S Mr. and Mrs. Joe franklin Arnold (Maryarel Ann Met allum', 72-1 Pelic an Wa. Nnrlh Palm Beach, a son. TrolNeal. Oct. 2K Mr. and Mrs. Ornvl Harvev Bond H'arnl Linda i.onuren', t'd.t Birmingham Drive. Lake Park, a daughter. Krlh l. nn. Oct. 2K - Mr and Mrs. Martin Kdward Powers 'I'rsula Rivers Whitehead'. LUlM S "N" St.. Lake Worth, a son. Daniel Aithur Oi l. - Mr and Mrs Clarence Rich aid Mi Connell i Linda Ann KelK i. HJfi W. lt.Ui St.. a daughter. Tina Marie, Ocl. 24 Mi and Mrs (iordon Stanley Rrevlk i Sharon Dell Lick i. lift Broad wa. Riviera Beach, a son. Lonnie McCm . Oct. Mr and Mrs. David Howard Bludworth Judith LaVerne Yowi. 124t Meadow brook Drive, a son, David Brent. Oct jM Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maldon Duke tjoan Ma Dunm. W2 Hnusatmiir Drive, a dauKhier. BeverB Kliabeth. On. n Mr. and Mrs. James Buford Collier i Susan Irene Mitchell i. :I7K,1 Ld wards Ave.. Lake Woith. a son. Steven David. Oct. i Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leslie Lehman iMary Ann Waslelewskl i. Ml Monletfo Drive, a son, Paul tdward. Oct. Hi Mr and Mrs Charles Leo Riendeaw Jr. iNancv Jean FInM. 240 andei bilt Drive. Lake Woi ih, a dauyh tel . Nanc Jean. Ocl. M) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jackson Talor Ada Sanders Panci. H47 Manno lia DrKe. Lake Park, twin sons. Douglas DeLine and Krlc Davidson. Oct. .to - Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Wendell Knnl.mil i Sarah Adelaide Mcl.emore'. 1122 Rose Circle, a son. W illiam Mlehael. Oct M) Mr. and Mrs. Jlmrrn Lee Cook iRova Kneri. 2Mh Rockcresi Couo. a son, Aaron DuWa nr. Ocl. -Mi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leonatd Damson i.Mjiv dertrude Conner'. Ho 1 U Loahatchee. a daughter. Carla Ma ric. Oct .Hi Mr. and Mrs Freddie Joseph Tassln Jr. 'Mildred Kvelvn Mount. 12xti N. Haverhill Road, a daughter, .lennlter Utah. Ocl M Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chester Sirueusi Dorann Miller'. 2W K. Browning Drive, a son. Jack Chester Ocl. .11 Mr. and Mrs. Robert John Stevens 'Joan Doroth Micke . 27(.i Acklins Road, a son, Hr.ullo Alan. Orl ,u Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brad lev Ross 'Harriette llaire Herbert', fill J7ih St.. a daughter. Cvnlhia Lee. On. ,(i Mr. and Mrs. John Orlando Robinson (Marline Judith Hahm, ,! Ifith Wa, Riviera Beach, a son. Christian Theodore. Oct. .11 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flwvn Writfht 'Doroihx June Mullins. tir7 Patricia Drive, a son. Robert Klwvn II. Oct .11 Mr and Mrs Donald Ooerge Osterhoudl (Patricia Ann Siantoni, 4iX tireenwood Ave., a son. Donald (ieoiKe Jr. 88 31 No Dnun Payment. $i A Month lif 1 Tjj b. r,;,......;;, C. rr -mi- mi, i, -r , i Flow Troll Live BAIT BUCKET 77 B. 3 19 2888 Regular No Down Payment. $5 A Month Record Department II.II.III.HM I it ii Oriental Libby GLASSWARE Wmi ran IMIAN KIVER MEMORIAL HOSPI-TAL Vero Beach 97 88 3 Westinghouse Electric TOOTHBRUSH 877 Regular 12.88 The "Carousel" is cordless it charges while it sets in its handy holder. 4 easy to change toothbrushes are included. General Electric SEALED BEAMS Regular $1.42 4001-4002 these two numbers fit most cars with dual headlights. RUGS Regular St. 1 1 Colorful reproductions, sizes 28 x 52, red-green designs. Woven construction on a foam back for long weor. Regular f6.9. 8 glasses in 6 different designs with goldframe caddy. Pilsner and beverage glasses included. Regular $13.88 Yellow chassis with bucket seat and alternate foot rest. Plastic 18" wheels have push-pull inside drive hand bars. ()rt. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Laton Redstone i.leewl Martin', Vero Beach, a son. Van Edward Oct. 2fi Mr. and Mrs. Harold C.oss (Erancess Woh1 i. 44W) 4rth Ave.. Vero fie at h. a son. Donnie Alan. Ocl. 2ft Mr. and Mrs. David Lee (Jo ( ushmant. 5IIMI 4hi h St.. Vero Beach, a son. Frederick Brian, Ol TOE TOWN BIRTHS Oct. 25 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Norman Harris. Clearwater, a daughter. Sarah Elizabeth, grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harris. Vero Beach. Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oulm-etie Deanna Vaughn'. Bridgeport. Conn . a son. Michael Lee. Maternal (irandparenls, Mrs. Hazel Stephens and Sam Vaughn of Vero Beach. Nov. ti Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carroll i Eleanor Llddon '. King ol Prussia. Pa., a ST. MARV'S HOSPITAL Ocl. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Margrllo Oar-cia ( Avelina Salaar . 142.1 Suwanee Drive, a son. Andv Dean. Oct. 28 Mr. and Mrs Frederick Wavne Siller (Eleanor LaMaude Oeet. .I'l Murra Road. son. Frederick Wa ne Jr. Oct 2H Mr. and Mrs. Rene Hernandez 'lima Iris (ionabvi. P. O. Box 4442. LaV Worth, a daughter. Irma Iris. Oct. ,11 Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Cooper (Willie Mae Pugh'. ttt Ninth Si., a daughler. Pan lue Angel. Nov. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robert I3l3 south dixie highway palm coast plaza daughter, Sarah Elizabeth. Paternal gt andparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Car- Quirk (Marie Annette MclituM. 554 W. roll. 4'oH(,arden Ave.

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