The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 18, 1968 · Page 9
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 9

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, November 18, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 18, 1968 9 H V it i A s WTVJ 7:30PM HERE'S LUCY THE LAUGHS COME THICK AND FAST TONIGHT, WITH AMERICA'S FAVORITE REDHEAD, LUCILLE BALL, AND LONG-SUFFERING GAIL GORDON. 2 Accused In Brawl LANTANA - Two men were charged with "affray" Sunday night after one was stabbed and the other's, right hand was smashed vfith a brick, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Willie Brown was stabbed in the stomach and mouth with a bunting knife, about 3:30 p.m. Sunday, at Lee Brothers Camp, on Lantana Road, west of Military Trail, deputy sheriff Robert Barton reported. Spellman Johnson's hand was smashed with a brick by Brown, Barton added. Both injured men were taken to John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, and were to be taken to county jail following treatment Sunday night. The two had been arguing over a bag of clothes which had been given to the camp, deputies said. There was a dispute as to who was going to get the clothing. J4 The DORIS DAY SHOW 7:00 PM The CAROL BURNETT SHOW 10:00 PM ZANY CAROL'S GUESTS TONIGHT ARE POPULAR JAZZ SINGER ELLA FITZ- , GERALD AND COMIC i SIDCEASAR. si ? nnRis MATPHP? WITS j WITH A PAIR OF SHADY ANTIQUE DEALERS. JUNIOR BEAUTIES - Sandra Sheffield Orange Bowl Queen Contest to be held in of 218 Sheffield Road, left, and Linda Coral Gables on Nov. 30. Runners-up Vonk of 1410 N. Congress Ave., were will be selected as princesses. The local selected Saturday night at the Howard contest was sponsored by the West Palm Park Recreation Center to represent Beach Recreation Department. West Palm Beach, in the annual Junior i S: Vietnamese Soldiers Bear Brunt In Battles I FIRST-OF-THE-WEEK m a I 3 DAYS MON.-TUES.- WED. - u rs y U J Start Your IV. I XV U.S. headquarters said an Army aerial observer spotted enemy troops near two antiaircraft artillery positions three miles northwest of Gio Linh and one mile above the southern boundary of the DMZ Saturday night. A spokesman said Marine and Army artillery fired into the zone and destroyed both firing positions and a bunker. He reported the barrage touched off 12 secondary explosions, indicating hits on ammunition stores. The spokesman said this was the 17th North Vietnamese violation this week of an understanding that Hanoi would keep troops out of the CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW . . . While Stocks Are Complete SAIGON (API - South Vietnamese troops, fighting with American air support, bore the brunt of the war in two ma;or battles Sunday 4S0 miles apart. Government soldiers foiled a predawn assault by a battalion of flame-throwing enemy in'antrymen at Dien Ban, 15 miles south of Da Nang. They said they killed 63 in a counterattack that cost them four dead and 34 wounded. Enemy fire hit a U.S. Army helicopter on a medical evacuation mission there and two of the crewmen were reported Killed and the other two wounded. A U.S. -advised furce of Throat Hurt? 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Waist sizes 32 to 42, length 28 to 32. a little thing like this... i DMZ in exchange for the halt Nov. 1 in the American bombing and shelling of North Vietnam. A terrorist grenade hurled from a passing vehicle wounded four U.S. servicemen on a street comer near Saigon's Central Market Sunday night. Da Nang, South Vietnam's second largest city, was placed under a 24-hour curfew after a series of three grenade explosions reported to have killed three Vietnamese civilians and wounded 11. Police there captured two Viet Cong women who were carrying grenades. Enemy gunners fired about 15 rounds of 122mm rockets at U.S. military installations in and near Da Nang, 380 miles northeast of Saigon. One American was killed and IS wounded at the Navy's pier compound. A U.S. Marine patrol later captured 20 rockets at one of the firing positions, spotted 7'2 miles southwest of Da Nang. Merchants Will Hear FAU Prof David M. Georgoff, assistant professor. 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