The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 1, 1968 · Page 21
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 21

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Palm Beach Post, Friday, November 1, 196-21 ELECT Radicals Intend To Protest U.S. Elections As Fraud "We expect Nixon to be elected," said Robert Kramer, SDS regional organizer, "and we want to have thousands massed at his headquarters so he will know that this is only the beginning of the pressure we will exert on him." able to defend ourselves. If they call out the National Guard to suppress us, It will be in 10 or 20 cities, not just one." And Jerry Rubin, leader of the Youth International Party- By The Associated Press Militant war protesters and radical students are planning election day demonstrations in several American cities, but some of the leaders say they do not intend to disrupt voting. The plans include: A strike Monday and Tuesday by high school and resistors at Hubert H. Humphrey's lakeshore home in Wa-verly, Minn., to burn draft cards. An "anti-election peoples' festival" at Chicago's Lincoln Park, the staging ground for the bitter battles between protesters and police at the De- college students across the country "to protest university military and racist policies." A day long demonstration of thousands of students on election day, ending with a protest gathering at the national headquarters of Richard M. Nixon in New York. A demonstration by draft Pol. Adv TAX ASSESSOR plans are the radical Students for a Democratic Society, which led the protests that crippled the Columbia University campus last spring, and the National Mobilization Committee to End the War In Vietnam, which helped organize the August demonstra-. tions in Chicago. The SDS manifesto states: "It Is not our purpose to stop people from voting, but to provide a real means of political expression." The SDS manifesto also states: "No demonstrations today can avoid the possibility of being attacked by cops ... If and when we are attacked for exposing the politics of imperialism and racism, we must be mocratic National Convention. Similar demonstrations in such cities as Washington, Boston, Baltimore, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Hartford, Conn., and in Colorado. The Guardian, a New York publication that calls itself an independent radical news-weekly, describes the program this way in Its latest issue: "In city streets all over the country, at draft boards and military bases, in financial centers, schools and polling places, the movement will demonstrate that the elections are a fraud, and that millions of people will not voluntarily accept their disenfranchise-ment." Key movers behind the ELECT DR. BERNARD the Yippies said In Chicago recently that the demonstrations "will be so bad that the government will have to bring out the National Guard all over the country." In Michigan, Secretary of State James M. Hare warned this week of "potentially explosive areas" and of "disruptive incidents" in his state. He displayed SDS leaflets reading: "A vote for president is a vote for death ... don't vote ... don't let others vote." K MMEL SELF-SERVICE DIPT STORE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT 3 S v S VA-K Day In-Day Out YouU Always Do Better at Area Servicemen To Get P-T Sun 'n Fun Edition Dr. and Mrs. Klmmel and children (I. to r.) Lori, Maurice, and Kafhy. PI 11 i in )5 the program are those of commander S.M. Burgner at 212 North J St., Lake Worth; commander Hy White, Palm Beach Post 12, 625 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach: Commander N.F. Swenk, Post 268, Ave. J, Riviera Beach; commander George VIobley, Post 199, 134 Ave. H, Riviera Beach; and commander Bob Nowlen, Boca Raton-Deerfield Post, 301-34 N. River Ave., Deerfield Beach. that the serviceman be a Palm Beach County resident," Ellis said. This year's special edition will be a huge one weighing more than two pounds and containing hundreds of pictures and stories of South Florida, he added. "I don't know of any serviceman who wouldn't like to have a copy," he said. .Legion posts participating in M- mi Cr i l l?' For the first time, hundreds of American servicemen will receive free copies this year of the annual Sun 'n Fun edition of The Palm Beach Post-Times. Five American Legion posts in Palm Beach County have offered to pay the cost of getting the paper, which will be printed Sunday, Nov. 10, to servicemen now serving overseas. Merle Ellis, circulation manager, said parents and friends of servicemen who want copies sent out should follow these procedures: Send a written request to the newspaper's circulation department marked "American Legion Mail Away." Include the complete name and mailing address of the serviceman and that of the persons making the request. Use ZIP code numbers. 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