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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 31

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, November 4, 1968
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Tank oc- . . r. M 'kytm. er Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 196831 Earthquake Near Jackie's Retreat Adrift IP when the village church crumbled. In Bar, another nearby town, "several" children were hurt when their school tumbled down. Yugoslav reports said the quake centered in northern mm NEW YORK (AP) A Norwegian tanker was adrift in the Atlantic southeast of Greenland after a fire on board which apparently had bee extinguished, the Coast Guard reported Sundav. A flashing light SOS, sent from the tanker Etnefjell at 12:30 a.m., was spotted by the Polish fish factory ship Uran about 450 miles southeast of Cape Farewell, Greenland. The fire apparently had knocked out the Norwegian ship's radio. The Polish ship tried to put a line aboard the tanker, but failed because of 45 mile winds and 16-foot seas, 'the Coast Guard said. Al KRTIMCMENT ELECT REPUBLICAN C. RICHARD LEAVB1G00D BELGRADE (LTD An earthquake smashed a school, a church and many houses Sunday on Yugoslavia's southern coast, about 200 miles north of Aristotle and Jacqueline Onassis' honeymoon site. Belgrade Radio said at least one person was killed and many more persons injured In the black mountain towns clustered near the Adriatic Sea, a few miles from the Albanian border. The tremor registered eight on the 12 point Mercalll Scale and was felt almost 115 miles to the east, the site of the Yugoslav city of Skopje where 1,100 persons were killed July 26, 13 In this nation's worst quake. Mr. and Mrs. Onassis were on their yacht some 200 miles south, on the west coast-of Greece. In the Yugoslav resort of Ul-cinj a woman died in her collapsing house. In nearby Pls-tuli five persons were injured JUSTICE of th. SUPREME COURT of FLORIDA GROUP 1 Loose Dentures Shorten Plate Life PHOENIX, Ariz. It has been reported that years of denture life can be lost due to loose dentures which slip and slide causing wear and breakage of plates. A new denture adhesive powder has been developed to counteract this slippage called Super-Dent. Super-Dent's"no slip formula" has a base which so closelv f ' . elect a proven judge For a Supreme Court that backs LAW & ORDER 1 6li year t Trial Judge resembles the feel and action of i .. , littfc ?.- ..' - .uax. .. ..... .VaV. "J real teeth that users are calling it "foolproof" Super-Dent is already available in limited supply 14th year Circuit Judge Paid for by Iti? Leavengood campaign fund ounm GOING IP Work on the new Beach, job superintendent with junior high school on Meadows Wings and Maale, general eontrac- Road in Boca Raton is back on tor from WPB. The school is sched- schedule after delays caused by uled to be completed for a Septem- rain, according to Paul Crickenber- ber opening next fall, ger, shown here, of West Palm NYC Teachers May Ask For Special Legislature New yoik (UPli The head of the striking teachers union said Sunday he would ask Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller to call a special session of the legislature if there is no progress PLAY 29 TUNES IN 6 MONTHS board had tried to transfer out of the district. The union leader called on Mayor John V. Lindsay, the City Board of Education, city Schools Superintendent Bernard E. Donovan and State Education Commissioner James E. Allen Jr. to present a "unified plan" incorporating the "strongest features of protection" for the 79 teachers. "I think that what has prolonged the strike is that there have been too many cooks working on their own," Shanker said. EVEN IF YOU D0N'T"READ"A NOTE! NEW wuklitzek PIANO HOBBY COURSE FACTORY AUTHORIZED NOVEMBER SPECIAL I WURLITZER SPINET PIANO $625 " ALL FOR l 1 PIANO HOBBY COURSE 30 lni vYH IH 10 LESSONS IN YOUR AREA JSfUWl.1 W TOTAL VALUE $6M j 10RSJWPGK. '775 toward a settlement by election day. Albert Shanker, president of the United Federation of Teachers (UFT), also indicated he was ready to soften his stand in the union's bitter dispute with a Brooklyn school district. Shanker stated his position in a local television interview during a weekend lull in attempts to end the strike which has cost most of the 1.12s million children in the nation's largest school system 26 days of classes. The strike pits the predominantly white union against the local governing board of a largely Negro and Puerto Rl-can school district. At issue are the jobs of 79 teachers in that district and the city's plan to decentralize the entire school system, giving local communities control of their own schools. While Indicating he saw little chance of a settlement by Tuesday, Shanker appeared to be abandoning his demand that the entire local governing board of the Ocean Hill-Brownsville District, its administrator and the principals of all eight schools be dismissed. Instead, Shanker called only for the ouster of all Individuals who have engaged in or threatened violence against the teachers whom the local PIANOS DOWNTOWN WPI ON ORGANS mm "DON'T ELECT ANOTHER JERRY CARTER TO THE FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION" 119 DATURA- 1 WURLITZER Dealer in Florida. 832-3958 Is j, ; ,W ! . OPEN Til 9 P.M. MON. & FRI. I tiff CIT ,MI V(V MM 0INUINI RE-ELECT 'Thrust-Sock Color' TOILET TANK BALL Amenco'i to'9if Setter TW tfRo Woi(f Moiie ii'o"tly ttopi it flow of wgif of?f ocfc ftfirg ?$( AT HA'OWARt STORtS Eighty-two year old Jerry Carter whose chief claim to fame is his habit of sleeping through Public Service Commission rate hearings, is a product of Florida voter apathy. This apathy has allowed a three man team of Democrats to rubber stamp utility rate increases until Florida's citizens pay among the highest rates in the nation. Eighty-two year old Jerry Carter has two members of the Public Service Commission with him to see that he gets to the meetings and that he stays awake after he arrives. The election of Jess Yarborough would merely be a continuation of this Democratic mismanagement of a Commission that is vital to every citizen in Florida. Bring a breath of fresh air to Florida's Public Service Commission. Elect Ray C. Osborne, an independent thinking Republican who is pledged to protect your interest. I COLBATH 2 ?W mm cmip uteri i SSJS ! REPUBLICAN-PaidforbytheOsborneCampaignCommittee.R.C.Johnston.Treas. iMOKpl ' .itwririro-M ! mi . mn i r -m mnimmi PUBLIC DEFENDER IF 1 REPUBLICAN I COLBATH OPPONENT m' 1 )f Proven Leadership in Elective Public Office )f Proven Record of Economy in Public Office Defense Counsel of Record-Over 1500 Criminal Cases None None None None None I flam I j com iriffKf We can't have a change in Washington unless we have a change in those who vote there! President Nixon cannot be at his maximum effectiveness unless he has a Congress that will support him and not oppose him The only way to give him the Congress he needs is to see that there are more Republicans in the House of Representatives than Democrats . . . it's just that simple! Don't cast your vote for a member of the opposition party even if he has had 14 years in the mess up there! A voft for Rogen It vott for H. H. H. )f Defense Counsel Record - J Over 150 Criminal Appeals )f Defense Counsel Record - Over 350 Juvenile Cases Proven Sound Judgment and Selection of Personnel Additional Facts: COLBATH selected among Outstanding Civic Leaders of America 1967; selected among outstanding young men of America 1967; outstanding graduating law We must elect Bob RUST Congressman for our 9th Florida District. Paid for by Suit for Congrtu CommittM, P. O. Boi 1965, Wait Palm Bach, Hon. John T. Thomai, Chairman school senior, University of Miami; Major, H U. S. Marine Corps Reserve. ASK YOUR ATTORNEY! )f TELL YOUR FRIENDS! E 1 Jf Pd. Pol. by Camp. Treas.

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