The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 11, 1976 · Page 6
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 6

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, December 11, 1976
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A 6 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976 Communists Will Run in Spain MADRID (AP) - Santiago Carrillo, head of Spain's illegal Communist party, made an appearance at a clandestine press conference yesterday to announce that the Communists would test the post-Franco government by running in elections next year. As party members kept watch outside, Carrillo met with 35 journalists who had been brought to a small Madrid apartment in groups of three. It was the 62-year-old Carrillo's first news conference in the country since the Spanish civil war. Afterward he slipped away to "one of the many houses I have in Madrid." Carrillo called the underground meeting to denounce the referendum King Juan Carlos has set for next week to ask Spaniards if they want free elections. The Communists, the only party left illegal when 40-year-old restrictions on political activi ty were lifted earlier this year, and the Socialists are threatening to boycott the referendum. Both parties say it was called undemocrati-cally. They say with the government spending nearly $9 million on advertising and controlling television, there is no chance of a free opposition campaign. Carrillo said a government victory in the referendum was foregone. LAWN & PATIO FURNITURE ANODIZED OR CAST ALUMINUM BROILMASTER 8 KALCIVJn KtV-UKU V GRILLS Reg. 299.95 c 4 up iiina.mmr ," m 'IIS" 2 , NOW nun W5 8 t tjjt ( 9 ) 4 I ft I ft 8 2 2 ft ft ft ft 8 ft ft mmt G.I 000 Raleigh Record OUR QUALITY NAME BRANDS ARE ALL FLORIDA Thur., Fri., Sat. A)j MANUFACTURERS . . . DESIGNED FOR FLORIDA LIVING. 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He said there should be an ad- Mexican Troops Surround Peasant Squatters private citizens. About 4,000 of Torreon's estimated 30,000 squatters were ousted from 20 acres Thursday by police who fired guns into the air. The peasants coun TORREON, Mexico - Army reinforcements yesterday surrounded farms for a possible second attack to drive out thousands of peasant squatters who refused to leave the cotton-growing lands they seized near the Texas border. The troops awaited orders from state and federal authorities for a possible second sweep against pockets of squatters who live in shanty-towns on land owned by the city and tered with rocks and scattered gunfire. There was no immediate explana tion of why authorities ordered the sweep against the squatters, most of whom have lived in the shantytowns for years. Water-Short Lisbonites Snap Up Drinks learned that the city s main aqueduct, bombed Thursday depriving PA F"1 the city of 90 per cent of its water supply, would not be restored to full CMtict ir whh roul i in I W ""'"ON r.v" . . . . service before Tuesday. LISBON, Portugal - Housewives yesterday mobbed supermarkets in this water-starved city, turned into a drought area by the bombing of the main aqueduct. The government mobilized army troops to assist water distribution efforts and warned, of fire hazards. The buying spree occurred as residents of the Portuguese capital . . i I s Prr Gallon jugs of mineral water costing $1.50 were snapped up by shoving crowds as soon as they hit the shop floors. Attention then turned to beer, wine and soft drinks. 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