The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 4, 1968 · Page 3
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 3

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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 19683 mm U.S. Command Concentrates Air, Naval Strength On S. Vietnam an solders South Vietnamese were killed and 36 persons. 38 mortar shells early Sunday into the Mekong Delta city of My Tho, 35 miles southwest of Saigon. A spokesman said five were In- including 23 civilians, jured. SAIGON (AP) The U.S. Command is concentrating now on massive air and naval offensives to smash movements of the enemy .in South Vietnam, newly exhorted by Ho Chi Minn to fight on to complete victory. Gen Creighton W. Abrams was reported preparing Sunday to put heavy new pressures on the Communist Command all across the South in the wake of President John- 0 , 1 I 3ST E ;'S B U PI ZD elan KEEP JUDGE JAMES l, hrr COUNTY GROUP 2 REPUBLICAN JUDGE J son's order halting American bombing and shelling of North Vietnam. Sources In the know said the four-star commander issued word that there will be no scaledown in American military operations In South Vietnam while envoys dicker in the expanded Paris peace talks. Abrams left the clear implication that ousting of North Vietnamese divisions and grinding down the local guerrillas are primary alms. "There's going to be relentless, continuing pressure on all fronts," one source said. "This includes the big battalion war, pacification and elimination of enemy infrastructure." Another remarked: "If you don't put heavy pressure on them, you'll give the enemy the countryside." A U.S. Navy spokesman revelealed that an allied river-boat campaign aimed at strangling enemy supply lines from avowedly neutral Cambodia has been under way in the Mekong Delta since Oct. 18. Attacks in the first phase of this campaign, called Operation Sea Lords, were reported to have smashed 359 Viet Cong sampans and wrecked 411 trenches and other enemy fortifications. The spokesman said the maritime drive was not announced earlier for security reasons. Other American officials said U.S. Marine, Air Force and Navy planes have stepped up attacks over eastern Laos, pounding North Vietnamese troops and supply columns moving down the Ho Chi Minh trail to South Vietnam. U.S. intelligence sources say there are now about 120,000 to 130,000 main force enemy troops in South Vietnam or along the border in Cambodia and Laos. About 75 per cent of these are reported to be North Vietnamese army regulars. A senior U.S. official said some captured documents reveal an "inkling, an indication" that the enemy may be preparing to de-escalate. He noted too that North Vietnamese artillery had not fired on allied positions across the demilitarized zone since American attacks against the North halted by Johnson's order at 9 p.m. Saigon time Friday. On the other hand South Vietnamese headquarters reported enemy gunners lobbed Activities Today WEST PALM BEACH North Side Civic Association, 6:30 p.m. Fidelity Federal Savings, 4520 Broadway; covered dish dinner; 7:.M p.m., business meeting. St. Ann's Bridge Club, 7:.K p.m., Parish Hall, duplicate tournament. LAKE PAKK North County Senior Citizens, 7 p.m., Lake t'arkCourts, shuffleboard. a tribute to the American woman Elan. Essence of cool. All charisma and inimitable flair. That's Elan, your new fragrance signature, perfume: XA oz. 8.50, pure spray perfume $5 perfume concentrate: XA oz. parfum de toilette: PA-oz. 3.30, 3-oz. $G pure spray parfum de toilette: 2-oz. $5 spray mist: 3-oz. $S dusting powder $3 Dear Voter, Because of the extremely long ballot scheduled for the November 5th election (over 40 races and several constitutional amendments), many candidates feel that county level races will not receive normal attention. This newspaper ad will help to inform you of my background and qualifications. I would also like to reprint the results of the non-partisan Palm Beach County Bar Association poll taken earlier this year to evaluate judicial candidates: ... .. , ,. Well Not Unable to Qualified Qualified Qualified Express Opinion JAMES R. STEWART, JR. 134 101 3 21 OPPONENT 16 60 98 85 This vote of confidence received from the attorneys that practice in this court is important; however, the voting public will decide if I am to continue as County Judge. I, therefore, respectfully request your consideration of my qualifications, your support during the campaign and your vote in November. Thank you. Very truly yours, ti wf nmv www fix Wk LSAn y m u JAMES R STEWART, JR. 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