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A2 ... each Post-Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976 Protests Cloud Nobel Ceremony project. It lead to finding a virus that causes jaundice. "Now there's a tremendous concern about 'goals.' I agree with having them, but not right away. A lot of America's unparalleled accomplishments in medicine in the last 20 years have to do with this," he said. Delicious Pink GULF THURS., FRI. & SAT. 10 AM til 6 PM Come and get 'em r While they 1 V Last for only U Per Lb. All our trucks on iniptcttd 1 liconiod by Itii P.I. County Hooltb Dopartmint lor your protoclion. MOBILE I COVERED BRIDGE I WEBB'S SERVICE TEXACO 71 STATION Corntr Okto. Blvd. at Hoveritfll Corntr lake Worth Rd. cr- rVesperity Forms M. Acrosj From Contury Plaza at Pinthunt sm' NortMake Blvd. Wait Palm loach lako Worth 1b Pork, Fla. STOCKHOLM (AP) - Seven Americans yesterday collected all five of this year's Nobel prizes from King Carl XVI Gustaf in a ceremony marred by protests against the economics award to Milton Friedman of Chicago. Two minutes before the solemn two-hour ceremony was to end, a young man in white tie and tails jumped up in the audience and shouted "Friedman go home" and "Long live the Chilean people." He was hustled away. Outside, some 2,000 leftists marched to protest the Friedman award as some 300 policemen stood watch. The leftists claim the University of Chicago economist supports the right-wing military government in Chile. Friedman denies it. It was the first time in the history of the prizes for science, literature and economics that a single country won them all. Only the peace prize, which was not given this year, was missing. The American sweep was so unusual that Sune Bergstrom, chairman of the Nobel Foundation, rejected in his opening remarks what he said were suggestions that Sweden's new nonSocialist government had pressured the committees in the U.S. bicentennial year. And he added, "The American predominance has now presumably attained . its apogee." Some of the laureates considered the sweep an accident or a coincidence. The laureates rose from their red plush chairs to trumpet flourishes and excerpts from "West Side Story" and Aaron Copland's "The Tender Land," to accept the $160,000 prize certificaates from the Swedish king. Friedman, who smiled through the outburst in the hall, said of Berg-strom's remark about American predominance reaching it high point, "I hope he's wrong, but he may be right. It should be emphasized that we've led these awards over the years because of our open immigration policy. Now, that's changed. It isn't what it should be." Baruch Blumberg, who shared the medicine award, said his fellow laureates hoped more Americans would distinguish themselves. "It's our concern that it continues," he said. "But I wonder if it's possible now that basic, not goal-directed, research is getting less support from the government. It would be difficult under today's circumstances to accomplish what I did." Blumberg explained that he received federal funds for what appeared to be an esoteric, probing Country Estates 2 miles west of the Florida Turnpike on Okeechobee Blvd. Jamss K. Siebrecht, RtaHor Palm Beach, Fla. 655-7034 weather Fast y Arctic Air Sweeps Northern Plains I jo D ) Cc) (mfft)G feftdk in the wake of the latest wintry storm which moved off toward Canada. The cold front was expected to reach the southern Plains last night. Afternoon temperatures below zero were reported from Minnesota, and in North Dakota the mercury fell well below zero yesterday, making it the coldest state in the nation. But northern Maine and northeastern New York were not much warmer. In Roseglen, N.D., residents shuddered in 18 below zero temperatures yesterday morning and Caribou, Maine, and Massena, N.Y., reported morning temperatures of 15-below and 13 below, By United Press International A burst of Arctic air swept across the norti. Plains yesterday and pushed on south while gust) winds lashed the Greal Lakes. In contrast, the eastern Seaboard states enjoyed almost spring-like weather after two wintry days. But forecasters predicted the joy would be shortlived. The warm front racing up the Atlantic coast from the south, bringing temperatures in the 50s to the Atlantic states and southern New England, will be swallowed up by chill pushing across the Midwest. The bitter cold over the northern Plains followed Extended Outlook for Saturday Partly cloudy and mild through Sunday. High near 80. Low near 70. A slight chance ol showers is reported for the weekend. Area Data Sno EH3 Flurntt LUSH Ram for orta 60 Temperature recorded for 24 hours ending at 7 p.m. yesterday at Palm Beach International Airport: high 76; low 68 Barometer: 30.25 ' Humidity: high 76; low 60 percent ' Wind: high 28 m.p.h. Prevailing wind direction: east Rain last 24 hours: none To date this month: 1.44 inches To date this year: 53.70 inches Normal for year to date: 60,45 inches Data from 53 y; ' Stationary Otcludtd Sho NATIONAL WfAIHf SERVICE NOAA US Deo' ol Contmriir Tides AIR POLLUTION Good, 50. PALM BEACH INLET a.m. 11:17 p.m. High 11:00 Marine Forecast Low 4:52 a m. 5:26 p.m. NEXT STOP...EXPRESS STOP! AND THE NICEST PART IS EVERYTHING IS IN HOLIDAY WRAPPINGS, READY TO GIVE THE LOOK OF LALIQUE. "Frosted Rose" crystal and silverplate serving accessories by Wm Adams. Silver. A. Sauce bowl and ladle 8.50 B. Salt and pepper 8.50 C. Napkin rings, set of 4 1 5.00 D. 3-part relish dish 1 5.50 E. FIRE AND ICE Snowball candle. A pair is twice as nice ea. 6.25 F. FLOATING FLAME. Glassware, 7.00 G. BELLEEK CACHEPOT from Ireland. For houseplants and flowers 1 5.75 H. PEARLY PLANTER made from oyster shells 19.00 I. LUCITE COASTERS. 6-pc. clear or tortoise lucite, raffia centers 8.50 J. MARBELIZED SMOKE SET to give. Adjustable, butane lighter . . . 20.00 Matching ashtray 10.00 PALM BEACH OCEAN a.m. 10:56 p.m. High 10:39 Seas. 6-9 feet. A small craft warning is in effect. Inland coastal waters: choppy. Low 4:22 a High 11:51 Low 5:49 a m. 4:56 p.m. JUPITER INLET a.m. p.m. m. 6:23 p.m. BOYNTON INLET HILLSBORO INLET High 11:13 a.m. 11:30 p.m. Low 5:16 a.m. 5:50 p.m. SEBASTIAN INLET High 10:37 a.m. 10:54 p.m. Low 4:09 a.m. 4:43 p.m. FORT PIERCE INLET High 10:46 a.m. 11:03 p.m. Low 4:22 a.m. 4:56 p.m. MOON Rise Set 10:05 p.m. 10:36 a.m. SUN Rise Set 6:59 a.m. 5:29 p.m. High 10:49 a.m. 11:06 p.m. LOW 4:38 a m. 5:12 p.m. Zone Forecast ST. LUCIE INLET a.m. 10:57 p.m. m. 4:53 p.m. High 10:40 Low 4:19 a. Temperatures National SaltLakeClty 41 20 San Antonio 67 59 San Diego 71 49 San Francisco 65 51 Albany 42 13 Albuquerque 43 24 Seattle 53 45 Shreveport 65 47 Sioux Falls 04 -07 Spokane 37 29 Syracuse 47 14 Tulsa 55 26 Washington 49 33 Wichita 30 23 Florida ADalachicola 64 48 r C fn J' Coral Gables 77 71 Crestview 61 39 Anchorage u 1)6 Asheville 52 25 Atlanta 51 32 Atlantic City 49 27 Austin 65 56 Baltimore 51 28 Birmingham 57 42 Boston 51 19 Brownsville 72 60 Buffalo 44 28 Burlington Vt 39 -06 Charleston SC 63 40 Charleston WV 53 25 Charlotte NC 49 25 Chicago 41 19 Cincinnati 48 35 Cleveland 44 32 Columbia SC 60 25 Columbus Oh 46 29 Dal Ft Worth 58 54 Denver 38 26 Des Moines 17 10 Detroit 40 29 El Paso 65 33 Flagstaff 45 10 Hartford 49 15 Honolulu 86 73 Houston 64 54 Indianapolis 41 35 Jackson Ms 61 43 Juneau 30 30 Kansas City 26 17 Las Vegas 58 45 Los Angeles 70 47 Louisville 54 40 Memphis 58 42 Milwaukee 39 13 Mpls St Paul 07 -02 Nashville 54 37 Havana 85 71 Montego Bay 86 78 Mazatfan 84 68 Merida 86 70 Mexico City 73 44 Nassau 77 69 San Juan PR 84 74 St Kitts 84 72 Tegucigalpa 77 66 Trinidad 81 72 Vera Cruj 73 62 International Aberdeen lam 27 Amsterdam lam 37 Ankara 3am 30 Antigua 8pm 79 Athens 2am 59 Auckland noon 68 Berlin lam 36 Beirut 2am 64 Birmingham lam 32 Bonn lam 32 Brussels lam 32 Cairo 2am 61 Casablanca mdnt 63 Copenhagen lam 34 Dublin lam 30 Geneva lam 30 Hong Kong Bam 57 Lisbon mdnt 57 London lam 32 Madrid lam 43 Malta lam 57 Manila 8am 73 Moscow 3am 34 New Delhi 5am 45 Nice lam 54 Oslo lam 30 Paris lam 28 Peking Bam 36 Rome lam 59 Saigon 8am 70 Seoul 9am 34 Sofia 2am 36 Stockholm lam 32 Sydney 10am 72 Taipei Sam 55 Teheran 3am 39 Tel Aviv 2am 48 Tokyo 9am 45 Tunis lam 59 Vienna lam 37 Warsaw lam 3 Asuncion 8pm 72 Buenos Aires ... 8pm 68 Lima 7pm 68 17 Considerable cloudiness and mild Daytona Beach 73 63 Fort Lauderdale ...77 71 Fort Myers 77 54 Gainesville 50 46 Hollywood 78 68 Homestead 80 67 Islamorada 79 72 Jacksonville 66 43 Jacksonville Bch . 58 46 Key West 79 72 Lakeland 76 55 Miami 79 72 Miami Beach 76 71 Naples 79 56 N Miami Beach ... 80 70 Oca la 78 51 Orlando 77 58 Pensacola 62 42 St. Augustine 68 53 Tallahassee 69 45 Tampa 77 49 Vero Beach 79 69 Canada Calgary 41 14 Edmonton 43 05 Montreal 07 B04 Ottawa 09 B13 Regina 14 B27 Toronto 39 37 Vancouver 48 41 Winnipeg B06 B15 through Sunday. High in the mid to upper 70s. Low in the 60s. East to southeasterly winds around 15 m.p.h., decreasing inland Tonigm. Kain prooaunuy iu per ceni. 13 14 15 16 Considerable cloudiness and mild through Sunday. Highs near 80. Lows in the low 60s. (East to southeasterly winds 10-15 m p h., decreasing tonight. Rain prob ability 20 per cent. 18 19 21 - Partly cloudy and mild through Sunday. Lows mostly In the mid-Ms. Highs in the low 80s. East to southeast New Orleans 61 50 New York 47 28 Norfolk Va 55 28 Oklahoma City 56 26 Philadelphia 49 30 Phoenix 67 38 Pittsburgh 47 25 Portland Me 33 05 Portland Or 46 32 Providence 48 16 Raleigh 54 20 Reno 48 10 Richmond 57 25 St Louis 47 27 erly winds 15 m.p.n., decreasing lonigni. 20 22 Partly cloudy and mild through Sunday. Lows in the low 70s. Highs near 80. Easterly winds 15-20 m.p.h, decreasing Inland tonight. Rain probability 20 percent. 23 Partly cloudy and mild through Sun PanAmerican day. Low in the low to m!d-70s. High near 80. 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