The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 6, 1976 · 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, December 6, 1976
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Palm Peach Post, Monday, December 6, 1976-A9 Paris Police Evict Striking Printers 1 if 1 I Ml .TBJ HJ lU d f4 9 1 iMi COOktop Witf''ifi'-5ri to match atesc.-i your menu lte, GRILL-RANGE of the ground floor of the plant, a dozen others climbed onto the roof where they chanted "Down with police repression" sang the "Internationale" and the "Marseillaise," and threw down pamphlets explaining their position. The powerful Print Workers Labor Union called an immediate nationwide strike to protest the raids. The General Labor Confederation, the French Democratic Labor Confederation and the National Education Federation also called for wildcat strikes in all industries today. Unions in the national electricity and gas companies and the Paris Transport Workers Union were among the first to follow the strike call, announcing power cuts and reduced tranport services today. National journalists unions ordered a 24-hour strike in solidarity with the printers. PARIS (UPI) - Armed police smashed barricades with bulldozers and cut through walls with blowtorches yesterday to evict 50 printers who had occupied the newspaper Parisien Libere for 21 months. Later, 3,000 printers marched through Paris, and the nation's three most powerful labor unions called strikes for today to protest the ouster. Journalists and utility workers said they supported the strike. Rifle-carrying police and units of the paramilitary riot squad bulldozed barricades and used blowtorches to cut through doors to evict striking printers from the newspaper. The newspaper was occupied March 3, 1975, when the owner, Emilien Amaury, announced sweeping layoffs and the removal of the paper to a new modernized plant on the outskirts of Paris. While police forced 50 strikers out "'SCvOl .. , VA tA.W.WWN' & SvjkuT s ' -r . . 1X1 ! , WW 1 iV'VV" I If I "S- I 'A ; x ' i r m y. i i i t U j lli- WJ Jenn-Air's incredibly versatile model selection lets you create a range to meet your every need! In cooktops, choose the beauty of smooth white glass-ceramic or the electric conventional-element. Simply lift out either cartridge to convert your f f V i V ,.L qwi tHvVA.-i. , 7V X. WOUl. X I v. lit ?A range to a Char-Flavor grill in seconds! Convected or Conventional radiant heat in your oven at the flip of a switch! The Conventional cooks your present recipes ANY LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM or dining area and HALL CLEANED without change. Convected, Fit EE COLORIZING (DYE) OR BRIGHTENER With Listed Specials ttgardltn of $24" 55" I your Jenn-Air cooks cooler and faster. (Turkeys, roasts and hams cook at 50 : j' Tho powered ventilation system is built wtihin the range, capturing smoke and odors rno'8 efficiently. ! 1 'VMM! 'MMMalN".li-r4.,W 4,., i it.tnl t,t .iiiii&aiiMiKrw,tf.!v i ower temperature, reducing cooking time as much as 30!) I s LIVING ROOM mull in m LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM Vsf our showroom or phone lor ilia brochure describing Jcnn-Air's complete line of ranges and cooktops. AND HALL Regardless of siie mm 11. I PALM BEACH ilSCROWAVI Regardlen ol ttie 9 M mwninMr m mm iwiBWii'tJ mwr ivjmrma .w rmmmmi 1013 LUCERNE AVE 963 NORTH CONGRESS AVE. WEST PALM BEACH 686-3800 582-53! LAKE WORTH NOW ALSO AVAILABLE OUR ALL NEW FANTASTIC DEEP SOIL EXTRACTION METHOD i i i m fmmmmmumiaWf'Snpmmnn.'i It7 lien Shopping Use P-T Classifieds Of o 00 We Wish You A Joyous Holiday Season $ i Si .ffx l''IN": 1 IP. f'-WlfltK . fv . ' uu m rt Hfie i (.'shion gift with versatility and up to I h i minute style from Levi's Panatela. Pan-otol.j Portners fjo together in a lot of dif-kr'fil ways. There's a good selection of color, in solids and plaids to mix or match for u vi ;i k ty of st) It; looks. Theie's u solid suit ... or a plaid suit . . . and 1 1 r -v rsille vest to match 'em both. Put m tu'jether one way one day and anoth- or wciy the next day. ,'V' ' -w5 fe4rtfrf J1' ? 1$ ; I J j 1 . v:f ' iS flrSfe; jii pi , rfM rfw . p tern I 'M I f SOLID ULAZIR $55 PI AID BLAZER $57.50 REVT RSIBIE VEST $10 SOLID SLACKS $17 !'LA!L) SLACKS $20 i.1! i.:. i.-! i '..i', in sizes 38 to 46 regular and 42 to 46 long. Vest in sizes S-M-L-XL. Slacks in sizes 32 to 42 pre-finished lengths. Sf'TfTPPy If f wit Fre Gift Wrapping On Items Pi iced At $1 Or More! .for tho fashion side of your life! OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY LAKE WORTH 9-9 TWIN CITY WALL 10-9:30 PALM BEACH MALL 10-10 BOYNTON BEACH 9-9 I 4 VI

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