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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 15

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 B3 News Of Area Men In Service WZT TVS i-v W 1 W NIELSEN MATTHEWS SOCIAL SECURITY EXHIBIT IN THE MAIN OFFICE LOBBY of 1st FEDERAL of LAKE WORTH NOVEMBER 18 through NOVEMBER 22 Free Information Booklets Available MORGAN m ' . I f -.. - ; 1 ig J ' Pfe. James B. Sneed, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sneca. Route 2. Fort Pierce, completed a helicopter repair couis. al the Army Transportation School. Ft. Euslis. Va. Completing adw.nced inl.m-iry training at Ft. Jackso.i. SC., were Privates John II. .Venning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Menning 101 NE 24ili St., whose wile, Linda, lives in the area, and Timothy B. Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Ward, 2520 N. express Road, all of fompano Beach. Pvt. James E. Root, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Charley A. Root. 159 E. 22nd Court Riviera Beach, compleled a field artillery basic course a! Ft. Sill. Okia. Completing an aircraft propeller and rotor course at ihe Army Transportation School. Ft. Eustis, Va., was ftc. Ronald H. Freed, son of Mr. ami Mrs. David H. Freed, 600 Evelyn Court. fvt. John Ross Jr., whose parents live at 212 SW 3rd St., Deerfield Beach, completed a cooking course at F't. Jackson, S.C. Receiving the Good Conduct Medal wilh the 2nd Armored Division at Ft. Hood. Tex., was Sgt. James W. Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hansen, LaBelle. Spec. 4 Gregory R. Ambur gey, son of Mrs. Helen DooLii-lie, 625 falm Si., compleled an aircraft engine repair course at ihe Transportation School. Ft. Euslis, Va. Road, he is a major in ihe ROTC Cadet Corps. Completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., anil assigned to Grissom AFB, lml.. was Airman Dean M. Mans field, son of Mrs. Margaret R. Mansfield, 94 Omar Road. fvl. Joseph A. Condell, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Condell, 27lW NE ,'ilsl Couri. fompano Isles, compleled ihe ammunition storage course ,u ihe Army Missile and Muni-lions School. Redslone Arsenal, Ala. At the Navy's newest Recruit Training Center al Orlando are: Seaman Recruiis Larry V. Kick, son ol Mr. ami Mrs. Vernon A. Fit k, 110" South M St., Lake Worth; Jol.i. W. Marshall, son of Mr. aim Mrs. James W. Marshall Jr.. 2.14 SK 24th Place. Vero Beach, and Terry E. Brad . son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Brady, 411!) Potomac Ave. Airman Waller H. Bridwelt III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Bridwell Jr., MHO NW 1st St., Boynlon Beach, ami Airman John E. Ciesinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ciesinski, 21)51 N. "th Ave., Lake Worth, completed basic training al Lackland AFB, Tex., and assigned to Slieppara AFB, Tex.' Graduating from Sheppaiu AFB, Tex., was Airman Richard A. Eraser, son ot Mr. ,.m. Mrs. Thomas Hekierl, l"ii NW Second Ave., Boyn... . Beach, and assigned lo M,. Dill AFB. PEPPERS WING at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Jacksonville. Awarded Ihe expert infra n-iryman badge wilh Ihe ,'lrd In-lantry Division near Aschat-lenburg, Germany, was 1st Li. Arthur G. Smith III, son ol Mrs. Kenneth Wolfcale, Route 2, Lake Worth. Airman James L. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Jackson, ,'tlfl NW tilh Ave., Del ray Beach, received his lirsl Air Force duty assignment al Offull AFB, Neb., after completing basic training at Lack land AFB, Tex. Completing Basic fropul-sion and Engineering School at Ihe Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111., was Fireman Apprentice Craig I.. Chorpenning, son of Rieliaru Chorpenning of North falm Reach. David L. Barnharl, former falm Beach High football cap-lain, was designated a "distinguished military studeni" In Ihe University of Florida's Senior ROTC Headquarters. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel (). P200 LAKE AVENUE BOYNTON BEACH OFFICE. 901 SOUTH FEDERAL HWY LANTANA OFFICE, 1300 OSBORNE ROAD Barnharl ,ir., IU2 UdI.h:.. salei let's go to OY TOWN H Army Spec. 4 Raymond A. Crowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Crowe, 5148 Mobilaire Drive, received the 1'urple . Heart for wounds received while serving with the 9th Infantry Division in Vietnam. He is a patient at Walter Reed .General Hospital in Washing ton, DC. Receiving the Navy Commendation Ribbon with combat V and an Air Medal with the brone star was l.t. John D. Durden, son of Mrs. Gladys Durden, :I824 St. Marks Road, Koit fierce. He served with Navv Fighter Sqdn. W2 on board the attack carrier L'SS America in the Gulf of Tonkin, and is returning to the United Stales. First Lt. Charles O. Nesbitt 111, son of Mrs. Silvia Reynolds, lT.'iti Lin ht house Drive, North falm Beach, received the Lironze Star in Vietnam. Me is wilh the lT.'Srd Airborne Briaade. Receiving the Air Medal in Vietnam was ffc. Thomas C. Jenkins, son ol Mrs. Llizabelh Jenkins, 228 NK 11th Ave., Boynlon Beach, wilh the 17,'ird Airborne Brigade in Vietnam. Slaft Ski. Harold Blackburn, son of Mrs. Ruth Schwartz, South Bay, received the Army Commendation Medal in Vietnam. He is with the 17,'ird Airborne Brigade. Other area men in Vietnam are: Capt. Jatnes C. Van Blar-cum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Van Blarcum, 2811b SW fith St., Boynton Beach, recognized for helping his former unit, the ,'ird Air Division, earn the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Lt. Ronald M. Calvert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Culvert, 2900 Forest Hill Blvd., and whose wife, Linda lives in th area, now in Bien Hoa. ffc. Roosevelt Benjamin, son of Mrs. Klnora Benjamin, KM NVV 7th, Belle Galde, with the -1th Infantrv Division near fleiku. Hospitalman Charles W. Bench Jr., son of Mrs. Wesley Hatlield, 7"i() Cherry Road, at the Naval Support Activity in Danang. Chief Warrant Officer Ronald S. Hughes, son of Krnesl T. Hughes, 814 Deane Dufl Drive, Clewiston, with the 2nd Maintenance Bn. near Vung Tau. ffc. Robert L. Fields, son of Mis. Alma Fields, HIM Booker Ave., with the 1st Marine Division. Spec. 4 Kenneth H. frey, son of Mrs. William S. frev, 174 W. 18th St., Riviera Beach, with the 02nd Artillery near fleiku. Dwight F. Spaulding, son of Mrs. Irving Byrnes, 7110 NK 28th Ave., fompano Beach, promoted to first lieutenant near Vung Tau wilh the With ( ieneral Supply Co. Capt. Richard F. Nash, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Kdward F. Nash, falm Beach Towers, falm Beach, with the 17,'ird Airborne Brigade near An Khe. Waller Wilson Jr., son of Mrs. Kthel Morris, Route 1. fompano Beach, promoted to specialist lour with the 4th infantry Division near fleiku. William I). Hull, son ol Mrs. Winnilred !.. Copley, 7142 High Ridge Road, Lake Worth, promoted to specialist four near Vung Tau with the 7;ird Surveillance Airplane Co. First Lt. Kugene C. Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Bales, i'erriwinkle Lane, Del-ray Beach, with the 4th Infantry Division near fleiku. James T. Coons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Coons, ,'1182 Gulfstream Road, Lake Worth, promoted to specialist live with the Army Strategic Communications Command's Long Lines Detachment. James F. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George F, An derson, HU Manchester Lane, and husband ol the former Miss Carol Monliquo of the area, promoted to corporal with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. Ctc. Michael I'. Stone, mi,, ... Mr. and Mrs. Harrison W. Stone. .1IISM Lillian Ku.i,.. awarded the Combat Inl.iiiliA Badge with the lih lnlan:r Division. Kenneth I.. Mum. son ul Mi and Mrs. ( lenrge K. Mum. ti'J . Barber Ave., Lake Wi.rlh, i ,. mnlcii la spcciaiiM live un, the "ilNlh Signal Co. Willie J. Sniiili, son ol Mrs. Nellie Meeks, 1 110 W. 2!Uh Si.. Rivieia Beaen. promoted ! twice as many toys... TERsavinas! specialist live near Cam R.inli Bay with ihe Army Strategic Communica l ions Command. I'vl. Malt C. Ovaska, son ol Mrs. Klmun K. Ovaska. 22."i N. I'M fl Ave., Lake Worth, will! ihe Ullh Quartermaster Co. near i'hu Thi. i'te. John i'. Moseley, sun ol Mrs. Wynona Moseley, 4.S7.") Brentwood Court, wilh l tu 17,'ird Airborne Brigade neai Bong Son. Receiving Ihe Air Fore. Commendation Medal at Kir, ,and AFB, N.M., was M. Sgi Gordon J. Husman, whos, wile. Sheila, is Ihe daughlei i Mrs. Anne C. Ilinnegan. 71 ..lilt). Si. I'vl. Danny K. Hendersoi son ol Mr. and Mrs. Kugi in Henderson. 2107 Florida' Si.. nd fvl. Kdward II. Rich Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwai.. II. Rich, l il7 South BSI., l.aK. Worth, compleled a refresher course in hand-to-hand combat and small unit warfare luetics at the Marine Corps Base, (.'amp f endlelon, Calil. fromoled lo captain near Augsburg, Germany, in tile 184th Army Security Agency Operations Co., was Lance C. Nielsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian R. Nielsen, aOlla Garden Ave. Airman I Assess Matthews, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Ulan Matthews. 127 NW Kith Ave., Del-ray Beach, completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and was assigned lo Keesler AFB, Miss. Wilh ihe Army Signal School, Foil Monmouth, N.J., is fvt. James f . Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Krnesl f. Morgan, "7S7 Dryden Road. Airman Robert L. feppors, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Morton, );r 2(llli Si., completed basic naming al Lackland AFB, Tex., ami is remaining a! the Air Force Technic.il Training Center tor specialized schooling. A crewman aboard the USS John 1-. Kennedy when the N.i vy's newest aircraft carrier put to sea tor Ihe lirsl time with an all-N.uy crew was Airman Norman B. Nunsm.i.".. son ol Mrs. Dorothy L. Rug,, is, 12 N. Ridgewood Drive, S, Dl'illg. Airman Allen R. Wing, of Mrs. Florence R. Wing, 4!K)H Garden Ave., compleled b..s., training al Lackland AFB. Tex., and was assignee; o Keesler AFB, Miss. Air Force Si.iH Sgt. Dwa:,. ... 11. union, whose wile, M.e ienne, lives ill the arc,.. Helped his unit earn ihe MiU lary Airlifl Command's Fl.ung Safely Award tor accideni-Iree (lying. Graduating from the Aim-lion Mechanical Fundainen lals School al ihe Naval A.i Technical Training I'eniei. Memphis, Tenn., Wiis Airm.ir, Apprentice Roy S. Frank, son ol Mr and Mrs. Karl I.. Frank, loii SW lllh Si., Ven, Beach. I'aul Coakley, son ol Mr. and Mrs. I'aul Coakley, HAo lsi Si., Riviera Beach, was promoted to sergeant lirsi class in Gerni,!ii wilh the 1 III; Suppl and Sen i. e Bn. Arriving al Keesler AFB. Miss., was Capt. Alvin K. Schlechter, son of Mr. ;ind Mrs. W. K. Schlechter, 12(10 Bimini Lane, Riviera Beach. ialioii Kleclncian's Male Airman Alan ,1. Slupi ich, son ol Mrs. Bui nliani A, Day, :.'! Camellia Lane. Vero Beach, was graduated from the Avia-lion Kleclrician's Mate School just 999 each J? ', r .no limit 2. BATTERY VOLKSWAGEN. The engine lighrt, the fan turns 2.99 1. ROBOT-ASTRONAUT. He walki and performs secret action 2.99 mi S. KIDDIE COMPUTER. Push button 1 MINI-SIZE WORK TRUCKS. Set ol i 4. OlDTIMER CAR. Operated by re- 7. POUCEFIRE CAR. Almost 13" long Realistic siren 2.99 3. MUSTANG FASTBACK. Non-roll ac lion keeps car from going over 2.99 mote control. Headlights really work 2.99 and answer appears in lights 2.99 tow trucks. With moving parli ....2.99 A a & j. ill y 12. MINIATURE VACUUM CLEANER. Actually picks up dirt. Plus extro attach merit , 2 99 9. GRAND PRIX RACER, looks real, sounds real. Has mystery action too! 2.99 10. ROARING ROAD RACE. Test your 11. SUPERSONIC JET. A replica of the skill on this roaring road race . . 2.99 super 400 passenger plone. ... 2.99 8. DOODLE THE POODLE. Barks and waas tail! Walks! Jumps! Remote control V 2.99 Smoother Life Due P il S I be filled in before the first one opens up again. The first Filipino pothole is traced to a visiting Chinese road builder in l."i78, seven years after Manila was fouad ed. Since then, heavy rains av eraging '.Hi inches a year and inadequate drainage have perpetuated the tradition. Thin roads and fat curs, jeepneys and buses are responsible for part of ihe trouble. Many of Manila's streets were built 20 years ago and are only iwo inches deep instead of Ihe ideal 10 inch thickness, found them daily with thousands o( heavy vehicles and you have a tired, wornout pavement. 16. PIANO AND BENCH. An 18 key piano with bench. Plus Instructions 2.99 15. CHOO CHOO TRAIN. Includes train, engine. 3 cars, ..2.99 13. ZIPPY ZITHER. Play tunes right away! 16 metal stripes, 2 octaves 2.99 14. CHINA TEA SET. Charming yellow roie pattern, 6 place settings ,,...2.99 17. JAMES BOND CAR. Just like the one in "Gold'inger" 2.99 TOY TOWNE, SECOSI) FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST I' AIM HEACH MANILA i U I'll - Repair crews have begun Ihe mam moth job of trying lo till in ihe thousands of potholes which have turned Manila streets into obstacle driving courses. City Hall sources estimate there are about ",000 potholes scarring the streets and making lite bumpy for everything on wheels. After each bone-shattering ride, motorists swear there are more than a.lHHI. 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