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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 25, 1968 5 Open House At Palm Beach Gardens Hospital GARDENS BEACH PALM - 9 ,r-" fr T" jr 1 T i i :- u iVi m uim n s i M jl 1 , ...Lp,,,!, pm.i,n. .....,.,, mm:'. Staff Photo BvTonv lies Beach Gardens in October by the United American Medical Services, Inc. Medical patients will be the first admitted with surgical patients to follow at a later date when additional equipment is received. OPEN AT LAST Following an open house Sunday the Palm Beach Gardens Community Hospital was ready to receive its first patient today. Closed for three years at the completion of construction, the new north county hospital facility was purchased from the city of Palm 'wrvl - i W : I .T,l Mil ili iiiirtrir if v'ni i i nni t,r n. b I i. ! iny I..J.II ii i jiiiiiiiiim Nigerians Take Towns -. . ... ! Stiff Photo H KolM'il K. Oslesby Sunday afternoon. Others, from left to right, are Mrs. Fleming Hanley Jr. of West Palm Beach, and Mrs. C. Steed, Registered Nurse from Jupiter. LABORATORY VISIT - J. Butler, second from left, laboratory superintendent at the new Gardens Community Hospital, explains the procedure to several of the 1,000 persons who attended the hospital's open house i , Sale Days i Only LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) -The government claimed Sunday that the federal 1st Division had captured two small towns south of Awka. It was the first federal advance in the Nigeria-Biafra civil war announced since the fall of Ok-igwe seven weeks ago. The reported capture of Adazi and Agulu in the northwest sector of the breakaway Eastern Region was welcome news to Nigerian officials. They have been embarrassed by their slow progress in the past two months after increased supplies of arms from Gabon and the Ivory Coast reached rebel hands. Reports in Lagos said 1st Division soldiers were marching on Nnewi, psychologically important as the home town of the Biafran leader, Lt. Col. C. Odumegwu Ojukwu. 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