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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 7

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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 19687 Students Demonstrate In Belfast, Demanding Irish Election Reform Anti-Tank Weapon Taken By Sheriff 1 The Palm ma limes s Cubans Offer To Buy OUTLAWS ENTERJWyiPLEJ LONDON (AP) Northern Ireland is British and intends to remain British, Prime Minister Terence O'Neill declared in London Monday night as divisions in his troubled country erupted in angry scenes in Britain's Parliament. 3 pft' L: ft-. WIS 5 i Iftn 1 Rowdy par JRa.,r;-T 'D 10 On Narcofo 't' After an afternoon on constitutional talks with Prime Minister Harold Wilson, O'Neill told the Commonwealth Parliamentary Assn., Northern Ireland wants no part of a union with the Irish Republic to the south. A communique issued after the meeting of the two prime ministers said Wilson had reaffirmed a pledge that no change would be made In Northern Ireland's constitutional status without that country's "free agreement." It added that they discussed recent riots in Londonderry and electoral reform, demands for which brought on the rioting, but announced no conclusions. While O'Neill spoke, Belfast police were battling student civil rights demonstrators try- Glades Bolita Figures Given Long Sentences ELECT rep x y pd tr S Pol. Adv TAX ASSESSOR ing to march on City Hall, shouting "One-man, one-vote! " Five were arrested and an undetermined number suffered minor injuries. The demonstration was timed to coincide with the Wilson-O'Neill meeting. Wilson has been under heavy pressure within his Labor party to order an investigation into charges of voting dlsenfranchisement and gerrymandering of electoral districts. Liberal party leader Jeremy Thorpe raised the Issue in the House of Commons. He demanded the formation of a constitutional commission representing the British Parliament and said: "I do not believe that even the most enthusiastic apologist for the Stormont (Northern Ireland parliament) regime would deny that there are tensions in Northern Ireland, and that they are very largely based on the division between men and women of different religions." Britain is responsible for Northern Ireland's defense and foreign policy but the Belfast government has widespread Internal powers. The British Parliament, however, has the right to Intervene on constitutional matters. Within minutes of the open-, ing of the parliamentary debate, two lawmakers repre-1 senting Northern Irish dis- trlcts were shouting angry threats and accusations, at' each other amid an uproar of catcalls. "If this house refuses to take action," shouted Republican Laborite Gerard Fitt of Belfast, "it can only expect a further occurrence of what happened in Londonderry." He called this the spontaneous action of "oppressed people demanding equal citi-' zenshlp with other parts of the United Kingdom." The coun- try, he added, had for 48 years been "subjected to the jack', boot" of the majority Ulster, Unionist party headed by O'N- eill "not only the minority of Roman Catholics but also the ordinary working class Protestant people." Ulster Unionist lawmaker Robin Chichester-Clark accused Fltt, who took part in the Londonderry civil rights demonstration, of uttering "the most remarkable piece of. political hypocrisy I have ever heard In this house." Cubans Convicted Ji UI DO II I U IWtivvi loss's M IMMHU Law Enforcement Leadership Vote for WILLIAM R. 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"Only in the Chevrolet Sports Shop do you find cars like the Camaro Z28. Ah, yes, the Z28. A Camaro with 302 V8, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, more muscular suspension and Hurst shifter. Is also one of two American cars which JACKSONVILLE Seventy-three motorcyclists died ill accidents In Florida In 1967, according to data reloased-Monday by the Florida Stale Board of Health. The majority of this group was under 24-years of age, seven being under 15. ,, ; In the eight-month period from January to August, 18, statistics show there were-1,319 persons In the state killed In motor vehicle accidents and 1,335 were killed In other miscellaneous accidents. Suicides accounted to 600 dead In the state while 535 were the result of homicides. . A breakdown by county In these categories Include: Glades, three dead resulting from miscellaneous accidents; Hendry, auto accidents 4, other accidents 5, suicide 3 and homicides 2. Highlands, 8, 7, 3 and 3; Indian River 7, 7, 4 and 4; Martin 3, 11, 4 and 5; Okeechobee 5, 1, 0 and 0; Palm Beach 95, 65, 27 and 24; and St. Lucie 20, 12, 3 and 8. Heart disease took the life of 16,330 persons with other car-dlo-vascular diseases accounting for 7,043 deaths. A breakdown by county-shows 861 persons died of heart disease In Palm Beach County wllh other cardlo-vas-cular diseases killing another 357. In Glades County 9 and 0; Hendry 27 and 5; Highlands, 94 and 36; Indian River 97 and 38; Martin, 67 and 33; Okeechobee, 21 and 8; and St. Lucie, 117 and 46. In Palm Beach County cancer took the lives of 442 persons, diabetes 39, cirrhosis of the liver 41, tuberculosis 6, Influenza and pneumonia 76, bronchitis and asthma 61 and maternal deaths one. A total of 64,392 babies were born in the state, 45,153 persons died, with 1,565 of this number being infants. A county by county breakdown shows that In Palm Beach County 3,109 babies were borr, 2,376 persons died, 90 of which were Infants. Glades figures show 43 births, 26 deaths, three Infant deaths; Hendry 154, 68, 3; Highlands. 270, 247, 10; Indian River 364; 261 and 11; Okeechobee 170, 54, 4; Martin 241, 238 and 7 an3 St. Lucie 572, 382 and 22. offer 4-wheel disc brakes. The other is also in the Chevrolet Sports Shop . . . Corvette, of course. "Only the Chevrolet Sports Shop has sporting cars from two-seater all the way to five-seater. Beside the Z28 and Corvette, there is Camaro SS, Chev elle SS 396, Nova SS and the big Impala SS427. Will you come and see these cars very ";: li WW 1 V If ' I ' "" VwA soon at your Chevrolet dealer? "But of course." Putting you first.keeps us first. Jews Make Appeal ; DUSSELDORF, West Germany (UPI) The United! Nations Commission for Hu- man Rights was asked Mon- " day to Investigate possible persecution of Jews living In Eg."pt, Syria and Iraq. 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