The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 22, 1968 · Page 16
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 16

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16-Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 22, 1968 Fire Ruins Home But Leaves Bible uniiuiiiii f i viii i iiwi v TRIMMED TO YOUR KTASTE A singed, leather-bound Bible was the only tangible remnant of a fire Wednesday night that destroyed the home, clothing and personal belongings of a West Gate family. IS OSCAR MAYER SLICED BOLOGNA KING SIZE BERXLINE RECLINER 5 PIECE DINETTE Formica top Extension table and 4 Padded Chairs Covered in supor soft Nauga SOFA I MATCHING CHAIR Traditional Styling for an elegant decor 4 PIECE BEDROOM SET Formica tops, olid oak interiors Double Drtssor, Mirror 4 Drawer Chest, Full Silt led. hyde, lull toon soot i boik for ding liio comfort TIME TO TALK TURKEY AGAIN! LARGE SELECTION! ORDER NOW FOR CHOICE HEN TURKEYS CAPONS or ROASTERS EARL'S FAMOUS GROUND $1,39 BEEF 3.. II rown, loigo, Torqiioiso and Avocado. let. 00 (69 138 '44 COMPLETE From OSCAR MAYER BACON Okey Peacoe, a part-time handyman who is studying to be a home missionary, found the Bible, all that was left of his collection of religious books, while he was kicking through the ashes of his home at2650Nokomis Ave. Peacoe, his wife and their three children, Karen. 10; Tim, 5, and Tina, 2, were eating dinner when they noticed smoke billowing from under a closed bedroom door. Peacoe opened the door to discover the room a mass of flames. After getting his family to safety, Peacoe notified the Westward Fire Department. Earnest White, assistant department chief, reported the interior of the house had been destroyed but could not offer an estimate of damages. Although no financial estimate to the damage was made, the loss was immeasurable to the Peacoe family. The family's clothing was destroyed. Today, the children were without shoes, according to the Rev. Joseph W. 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