The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 17
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 17

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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wwyp vW w if T 11 m w w Capital Police Disperse Violent Crowd Onassis Orders Vessels Worth $60 Million Join Council UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) Colombia, Finland, Spain, Zambia and Nepal were elected by the General Assembly Friday to two-year terms on the U.N. Security Council. LONDON (AP) - Newlyw-ed Greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis has ordered three su pertankers worth 60 million from the British firm of Har-land and Wolff Lt., the compa- who hurled rocks and bottles at every approaching car driven by a white man. Shortly after noon, the crowd had grown to more than 150 Police said another woman was wounded by the policeman's shots fired as he stumbled while backing away from the knife-wielding woman. The Incident touched off an angry gang of young Negroes WASHINGTON (AP) Police fired tear gas Saturday into a crowd of rock-throwing Negroes who set fire to three cars and overturned another after an officer wounded a woman he said was chasing him with a butcher knife. B4 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 Ireland, and owns about 25 per cent of the company. The triple order was the first placed by Onassis In Britain and the biggest tanker order ever for a British firm, Mallabar told a news conference. The Greek multimillionaire's commercial representative In London, Colin Simpson, Is deputy chairman of the shipbuilding firm. ny announced Saturday. The first of three ships will be a 250,000-ton tanker and the others may be bigger, making them among the largest vessels In the world', said company Chairman Jack Mallabar. Mallabar said Onassis signed the contract Friday night in Athens, where he was staying with his bride, the former Mrs. John F. Kennedy. Onassis is the major shareholder of Harland and Wolff, located In Belfast, Northern Make Demands BEST BY EDUCATION TIIELMA WYMER ntit:t- iui'Miikw SCHOOL BOARD - DISTRICT 3 MONTREAL (AP) - Eight nonoperatlng railway unions served on Canadian railways Friday demands for a 32 per cent wage Increase In a two-year contract plus a guarantee of Job protection In the face of technological change. QMS' 0 LEARN THE FUN OF COOKING AT BURDINE'S Come to our cooking demonstrations & let our expert Mrs. Lottie Pierce show you the many uses of today's cooking appliances . . . sample the goodies too! Tuesday November 5th from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Burdine's Hibiscus Dining Room, third floor LaPl 1 1 - i , it fedders reverse cycle air conditioner side by side refrigerator Sits in the same space us if our old refrigerator warms or cools for pennies a day no down payment, just $14 a month From our top line of Fedders air conditioners. This remarkable unit takes the chill off a room with 9,500 btu's of heat, cools with 8,500 btu's. The air exchange works to rid bedroom or living room of the stale odors. Two speed fan. iri -' pT ' vp;v-j so no down payment, juit $26 a month Imagine this spacious 19.1 cu. ft. refrigeratorfreezer taking up only 32" of your precious kitchen space! Just slide it in where you want it. No frost convenience saves you hours of tiresome defrosting. Individual controls. With ice maker . . . $629 SHOP IOD 11 SIGHT TIL 9:30, IMKK FREE AFTER 6 PJE. I THE SELF-PA R KIG LOT, 01(1 II OF IlllWIXI'S 0 DIXIE do it with contemporary 295 sq, in. color tv's Ml mi. BASK t ovsom; no down payment, jut $26 a month In oil finished veneers and Hardwood solids. Cabinet swivels for viewing from any part of room. Features AFC (automatically fine tunes color tv instantly). Has concentric tuning knobs for convenience. 295 sq. in view (23" diagonal). WALXVT COLOR COMPACT 95 4m 'I liillilililil' no down paymont, uit $24 a month A graceful combination of lines and curves. Zenith's famous handcrafted chassis results in greater access to components, hence simplified servicing. True color tones on a 295 sq. in. viewing area (23" diagonal.) 25,000 volts. APPLIANCES, TELEVISIONS, THIRD FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH " B U Ft d i nsr in

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