The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 48
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 48

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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t?illlltUgll4lpill.lilll.. IlllHnumWa' IWIHHWIMIMIIIHIIIMH.JI Dft-Palra Beach Post-Times, Saafey, Nov. 17, 1968 Cities In North County Looking For Policemen JI ? r x. reWwl i !rK fan. U.J im L anything," Chief' Kohl contends. "What we want is the man who's: ready to go to work now." . - He-pointed but that this'' means a five-week ' training course at the West Palm .Beach Police Academy to the person who gets the Job, plus additional training in fire prevention and protection, since North Palm Beach combines its fire and police departments. Along with Riviera Beach and North Palm Beach openings, other north county areas looking for additional men or taking applications are ter, Lake Park (Chief Michael Manning has needed another man since Oct. 1), Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach and Palm Beach Shores. So If you think you are capable of performing one of the most serious Jobs in any municipality, don't hesitate to pick up an application this week for police work In northern Palm Beach County. north county police department. Police Chief Lennle Cottrell of Riviera Beach said this past week, "We are always In need of more men who have good moral backgrounds and fine' personal character, since so many who apply to our department fall down on these requirements." Cottrell himself Is an example of how a determined individual can "make It" in a relatively short time by hard work. In 12 years he has come from patrolman to chief. As any city grows, so must Its police department, and as you may or may not know, ' northern Palm Beach County municipalities are growing at a fantastic rate. North Palm Beach, for example, has added well over 3(10 persons to Its population of 10,000 in the past six months end Chief Herbert Kohl of the-Public Safety Department is looking for a good man to supplement his force. "Applications don't mean By RALPH K. OGLES BY Bureau Chief RIVIERA BEACH Police administrators and city officials In this city and other north county municipalities are looking for YOU, young man, and If you have a clean record, a quick mind and some education, you may soon find yourself training to protect the life and property of your fellow citizens. Yes, there Is a definite shortage of policemen in northern Palm Beach County, and while some communities .prefer retired policemen from other forces or states, there's' still plenty of room for the young man on the way up in this growing area. The many benefits of civil service and-or merit systems, are known to almost everyone-. . . good starting salaries, ad- equate insurance protection, Job security, advancement by ; ordinance are just some of the things that will be offered the man who applies for a Job at a' RIVIERA POLICE TODAY Riviera Beach's for more qualified men to fill the ranks of the Police Department now has 41 employes, a few protectors of life and property. To handle the of whom are pictured above. In order to handle department's growing number of cases, i Riviera the growing citv. Chief Lennie Cottrell is looking Beach now has a full-time prosecutor and judge. Imputing RIVIERA BEACH For those of you who have wanted and waited for the right stereo console... THIS IS YOUR SALE! the selection and savings are fantastic !, mm SI! r- il l i i--- St. Hi (above at right) taken within the last two years. 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