The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 23
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 23

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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Palm Beath Post-Tim w, Sunday, Nov. 14, 1969 Bill SHIFTS - SHIFTS News Of Area Men, Women In Service SAVE - SAVE Factory To You SC88 $788 II 'II . - 'i V , . l- Arriving for duty at Sel-fridge AFB, Mich., was Sgt. Clarence L. Mayhew, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mayhew Jr., 4 SW 8th Court, Delray Beach. Airman Scott M. Henriksen. son of Mr. and Mrs.Arnold Henriksen, 1402 12th Ave. S.. Lake Worth, completed basic training at Amarillo AFB, Tex., and was assigned to the Air Force Technical Training Center at Sheppard AFB, Tex. On duty at Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, is M. Sgt Wendell L Newton, whose wife. Sylvia, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Darville. 150 W. 15th St., Riviera Beach. piter, participated in "hunter-killer" anti-submarine warfare exercises in Hawaiian waters aboard the anti-submarine warfare aircraft carrier. USS Hornet. Attending an Air Force professional personnel management course at the Air University, Maxwell AFB. Ala., was Maj. -Richard A. Shropshire, whose wife, Sandra, is . the daughter of Mrs. V. M. Smith. 1133 SW 13th Place, Boca Raton. Sonar Technician Seaman David L. Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garnet R. Bell, 4050 Ga-rand Lane, reported for duty at the Naval Communication Station. Finegayen, Guam. $988.$U88 AND UP SHIFT SHACK k Army Chief Warrant Officer. James W. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander M. Gordon, 1620 NE 48th ST., Pompa-no Beach, has received his second through 29th awards of the Air Medal earned during his last assignment with the 227th Assault Helicopter Bn., 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) in Vietnam. The award was made at Ft. Rucker, Ala. Other area men in Vietnam are: Ronald E. Menzies. son of Mrs. Helen Menzies, 1016 SE 5th St., Deefield Beach, promoted to specialist four with the 661st Ordnance Co. First Lt. Ronald M. Calvert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Houston C. Calvert. 2900 Forest Hill Blvd.. assigned as an executive officer with the 1st Special Forces. His wife. Linda, KIRKLAND BOURNE GORDON ' CALVERT CLARY LOVE j. V i Oi'r-'1 APt liUbWtrtb -MIL Dixit Nwy. Army Armor School. Ft. Knox. Ky.. was Pvt. James R. Easom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Easom. 1711 SE 3rd St., Pompano Beach. Airman Apprentice William H. Rudling Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rudling, Ju Drive. Lantana, was separated Thursday from the Navy after four years of service, including action aboard the USS America off Vietnam. He plans to attend Palm Beach Junior College. Completing a general vehicle repairman course at the 'l-vot- II laFkltwhrdalt-KSOLCMiiMrriollM. pointment as a warrant officer upon graduation from the Army Aviation School at Hunter Army Airfield, Ga. Earning his Silver Dolphins, qualifying him as an enlisted submariner, was Seaman Douglas L. Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Dick. 245 Esplanade Way, Palm Beach, t J mm - ... u m mm. I m. titd St. Atmtitdt Kty, Swwott ft crewmember of the Polaris missile-armed nuclear-pow-,ered submarine USS James Madison. Aviation structural Mechanic 2.C. James M. Parks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parks, 701 North M. ST., Lake Worth, is serving with Attack Sqdn. 215 at the Naval Air Station,' Lemoore, Calif. Receiving his aviator's ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY TURNER EPPS "No-iron sheets at$259? Penneys,youVe got to be kidding!" ' wings was Lt. (j.g.) Robert E. Bourne, son of Capt. and Mrs. Robert E. Bourne. 3804 Lake-wood Road. La ice Worth, at the Naval Air Station. Corpus t'nristi. Tex. Airman Terry A. Love, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace V. Love. Pioute 1, Delray Beach, completed basic training at Lackland AFB. Tex., and was assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex. Promoted to specialist four at Ft. Riley, Kan., was John R. Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Payne, 127 N. 11th St.. Lantana, with the 1st Signal Command. . Pvt. Ralph W. Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hicks. 1379 8th St.. completed a refresher course in hand-to-hand combat at Marine Corps Base. Camp Pendleton, Calif. Completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and assigned to Keesler AFB. Miss., were Airmen Leland H. Epps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned C. Epps J 3033 Robert Road, and Airman Linda D. Moore, daughter of Mrs. Mary H. Walden. 1223 Hiilcrest Blvd. Pvt. Owen L. Culpepper, son of Mrs. Inez Morgan. 1605 Plantation Drive, completed an automotive repair course at the Army Ordnance Center and School. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Selected for promotion to lieutenant colonel in the Air Force was Maj. John R. Gant, at Perrin AFB, Tex. His wife. Annette, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Grogan. 509 Gulf Road, North Palm Beach. William L. Blanchard, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Blanchard. 408 Cheyenne lives in the area. Jack C. Caldwell, son of Mrs. Evelon Coleman, 2413 Ponce de Leon Ave., North Palm Beach, promoted to specialist five with the 624th Supply and Service Co. near Long Vinh. His wife, Kathie, lives in the area. Pfc. Gorman L. Bonds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gorman. W. Bonds, 132 Greenbriar Drive, Lake Park, and husband of the former Miss Patricia D. Bingham of the area, with the ' First Marine Aircraft Wing. Pfc. George M. Pickering, whose mother, Mrs. Robena Pickering, lives at 19 NE 23rd Ave., Pompano Beach, assigned to the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile). His father, Art Pickering, lives at 316 N." Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach. Sgt. Robert W. Sherman nr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sherman Jr., 924 Dchurchill Road, at Tan Son Nhut AB. Gunnery Sgt. George E. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. West, 509 SW 21st ST., Vero Beach, with the First .Marine Aircraft Wing. Navyirian Gary L. Kirkrhan,' on of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne V. Kirkman, 960 42nd St., with, the attack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea. Decorated with the Air Force Commendation Medal At Korat Royal Thai AKB, Thailand, was Lt. Col. Barney H. Clary, son of Mrs. Freddie S. Clary, 31 Azalea Drive, Riviera Beach. Radioman 3, C. Daniel W. Foster, 967 Belmont Drive, returned to the United States aboard the Nuclear powered .cruiser USS Long Beach from-Tonkin Gulf. Joseph L. Kirkland, whose wife, Claire, lives in the area, received his wings and ap Hlpilll lllllif A U : m mmmmmgimMgi 71 Counter s-i i- mi j i.i,.i in ,jr :. :';".! k .. r-r:i:-.s.. -r tm- . Jxwaa. ' v.- K v. I . i That CQDhs by CORNING No burners or coils. Instead, a gleaming while, easy-to-clean panel with four sunburst designs that mark the thermostatically controlled cooking areas. Turned on for cooking, the sunbursts glow yellow. Turned off, the entire surface is usable counter space. The Counter That Cooks comes with special Corning Cookmates-they go from freezer to oven to tabletop. Come see this remarkable cooking invention from Corning. 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