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

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 22

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FABULOUS DEPARTMENT STORES PRICES EFFECTIVE TODAY 10 M. THRU SATURDAY H P.M. WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. BUOY A Sill WD' o 22-Paim Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 22, 18 2nd Arrest Made Over Game Riot BELLE GLADE - A second arrest for inciting to riot, growing out of the condition that existed after a football game here. Nov. 15. was reported Thursday by Mice chief Charles D.Goodlett. Being held in lieu of $15,000 bond is Guadalupe Esparza. 46. of G-5 Osceola Center, who was originally arrested by Sgt. M.J. Spooner and patrolman Danny Stanley for disobeying a police order and being intoxicated in public. Esparza was slated to appear bclore Municipal Court Judge Robert E. Mathews Jr.. Tuesday. He failed to show for that hearing and bonds totalling $75 were estreated. David Burton Jr.. 28. of Kort Lauderdale, had previously been charged with the same offense on an information drawn by assistant countv solicitor David Bludworth. Wednesday. John Isaac McKilvin. :S3. of 552 SW 8th LOW DISCOUNT PRICES! 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The not occurred after students at the local school dis No frost circulating cold, extra large capacity, sliding shelves, porcelain on steel meat keeper, high capacity door shelves, egg storage chest, 2 dairy chests, 4 sided magnetic door gaskets, interior lights, slide out basket in IhuT' I w "TT8 ' suPermarle, ri9nt in your own home with this quality Kelvmator Foodarama. mj ... a fti nn TV W ILL uvi nun lK in v-- puted a call in the closing minutes ol th game with Roosevelt High School, West Palm Reach, that raw the local gridders lose. 19-18. in the last 40 seconds of play. Goodlett said an official of the Florida High School Athletic Association conferred with him Thursday about local conditions. High school authorities have promised police they would have all faculty members present to assist in maintaining order and keeping spectators in their seats during tonight's contest. 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Blacksaid v V V CHIP PROOF & RUST PROOF IDEAL FOR PERMANENT PRESS SMOOTH TO PROTECT CLOTHES News Of Record Designed to give you many years ol trouble free wvire. Cabinet is finished in durable acrylic, special rust preventive treatment. . m k. Bar flSf w a r....'v..':., i 'V.V.i i SPEED QUEEN Quality ar.i Dependability. Since 1908 CIVILSUITS 68 C 4465 - James E Watt vs Winnifr-ed R St Thom(is; suit tor damages in excess ot $1,000 for iniunes allegedly suffered in a traffic accident Nov 4, 1968 nn Avenue E at its intersection with w. 20th St . kiviera Beach 68-C-4454 - Hector Supply Co vs Sam S Scruggs Jr. and Wilma S Scruggs, his wrte: suit for sll, 086.17 allegedly due on a promissory note MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Donald a Becker, 25, Palm Springs, and Sandra G Everitt, 19, of West Palm Beach Robert S Cox, 21, of Lake Worth, and Susan K ing, 20. of Fort Lauderdale. Paul E. Oielsow. 71 and Mattle M Neol, 61, both of Fort Lauderdale. Joseph C Impellitier, 20, and Deborah L Sherry, 18, both of Fort Lauderdale Irvin L. Baker, 26. and Rita M. Massi-nello. 25, bothof Lake Park Jesus ramarhn 7i nrt Di.it,, r D,..; OTHER MODELS AVAILABLE IN COPPERTONE, AVOCADO ft THE LATEST HARVEST GOLD YEAR ;jue. 16. of Belle Glade Richard Dunbar Jr., 47, and Betty L Kelly 28, bothof Belle Glade DIVORCE SUITS FILLED Gary D Colcvs Charlotte A Cole Ralph B Pfalf Sr vs.ThelmaS Plait. Bettie L Wilson vs. Forrest Wilson Stephanie A Reiiey vs Luke F Reiley Lois J Lolmaugh vs Lyman Lol mauqh Geneva Shula vs Cleveland Shula Orlando R Salas vs Joselina E. Vas-quel JeanetteCokervs Donald Coker, Donna Aaurovs PhillipC Wauro FINAL DIVORCES GRANTED LydiaL Hallvs Mar G Hall Vivian B. Buttery vs. Howard J Buttery Jr Eliiabeth Wilson vs. Vernon Wilson 10 TEAR WARRANT)" ON TRANSMISSION PARTS Spetd Qutrn hf liari',msiofis consisting ol the case, cover, rcrkft aim. link, crank gear, connecting. md. pinion and dun? , rlulih sit narrated by Speed Queen lo the original purchaser for ten years Itom date ol purchase II any ol the above listed parts fail it!nn the 10 year warranty period due lo detective material ot workmanship. Speed Queen. A Division ol fvUu ' Idison Company, mil repair or replace such part or parts tree ol charge when returned, prepaid, lo the nearest accredited Speed Queen parts distribution source Any labor and service charges incurred m the removal and replacement ol such parts are the responsibility ol the oner unless the one yeac warranty : responsibility ol the Speed Queen dealer applies REMOVES LINT & GRIT 3-WAY WASHER Custom designed with life-time stainless steel tub, the cabinet is finished in durable acrylic, special rusf 'preventative treatment, you select water level, wash 'n rinse water temperature selection, plus agitator action & spin speed selection. SPEED QUEEN DRYER Features life-time stainless steel drum, choice of temperature selection, durable acrylic enamel finished WARRAnTY Oil SPEED. QUEEII . TRANSMISSION PARTS LEGAL NOTICES $' no. ami NO IKK TO HIIIIII- US I'ubhr noun- is hereby Kivi-n that cabinet. liir IIIM1I1 III MJi'I'VlS(irs ol In ' mutiny Km Control Tax Dls tllit NO. H ol 1'alm Br. nil romm Fla. shall receive .sealed bids up to i :.lo H.M on Dec 11. lata, ,n I m mm SHOP ZAYRE FOR l-ABULOUS SAVINGS ZAYRE WEST PALM BEACH 901 CONGRESS AVE. SOUTH Between Southern and Forest Hill Boulevards OPEN DAILY 1 0AM TO 10PM SUNDAY NOONTO 7PM .winer hum or Box ;,(. Bovmon BimiTi. K'.i. lor the purchase ot 1 Knv I'l lu k Botlv uuh limn gallon tank For lurther mint -mutton, t oni.u t the Sei ivtai v at s.fu Miner Kiud Bovmon Be.u h. Kla The District rest'rvs the right to reject any and all birls and ui wan rum iiiiorntalilviii bid JJttiis T Minei . Sei retarv. Board ol Commissioners rub. : .November 22. 2. 1 ;h.s PARKING FREE AND EASY msm mmmuif ZAYRE -THE DEPARTMENT STORE WHERE BETTER QUALITY COSTS YOU LESS

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