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32 Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 6, 1968 LB j Knew That Thieu Would Balk, Aides Say A ttorneys Begin Sweet's Defense f i i li ' ' T"nr -..-V : was not attempting any more argument with Thieu at this point. The U. S. strategy appeared to be to allow the South Vietnamese president to go through with his demonstration of independence and dis pleasure, after which It was expected that he would reluctantly agree to send representatives to Paris with another expression of displeasure at the arrangements and a declaration of refusal to acknowledge the validity of the NLF presence. L J 1 i 1 . 7 C0LUJB i5a0JST OF I' ' - X BARTOW (UPI) The prosecution completed its case Tuesday in the first degree murder trial of former bookie John J. Sweet charged in the death of Sebring citrus millionaire Charles Von Maxcy. Circuit Court Judge William K. Love denied a defense motion for directed verdict of acquittal' and a motion for a mistrial. Protesters Arrested WASHINGTON (AP) National Park Police broke up a demonstration of young people Tuesday across the street from the White House, arresting scores for demonstrating without a permit. Maj. George Wright estimated that 100 persons were arrested in Lafayette Park. The charge is a misdemeanor, he said. The rally was sponsored by Students for a Democratic Society as part of their attempt to stage a nationwide student strike to protest the presidential election. SINGLES CLUB PARTY DANCE 8:00 P.M. 1SLANDKK KOOM SEAVIEW HOTEL SINGER ISLAND The defense was to begin presentation of Its case later Tuesday. The jury was dismissed while Defense Attorney James McEwen argued for the directed verdict of acquittal. The Tampa attorney argued the state failed to prove Its case against the stocky, balding, Sweet and that the state had not proven any connection between the defendant and two alleged assassins from Boston. The state had constructed its case largely on circumstantial evidence, he said, and alleged that Sweet had used' money given him by the victim's widow to hire two underworld characters from Boston to kill Macxy. The state's testimony Monday was designed primarily to try to tie Sweet to the Boston figures and then to place the alleged assassins in Florida at the time Maxcy was killed Oct. 3, 1966. Although Sweet is not charged with actually doing the killing, he still faces a possible death penalty if convicted. Maxcy was found shot and stabbed to death on the floor of his plush home near Sebring. Mrs. Irene Maxcy, who was granted immunity to testify against Sweet, told of a deep illicit romance with Sweet and said she paid him 536,000 to arrange for her husband's death. Knowing Vote PHILADELPHIA (AP) An overwhelming majority of Western voters polled In a recent Sindlinger daily survey said that knowing East Coast election results before their own polls closed had no influence on their votes. Some 1,186 adults in California, Oregon, Washington and Nevada who said they planned to vote Tuesday were queried from Oct. 29 to Monday midnight by Sindlinger & Co., a marketing analyst firm in suburban Norwood. Pa. The survey results were released Tuesday. They were asked if their vote was influenced by knowing the result from Eastern stales before their polls closed. SomeD.'U percent said they were not influenced, 2.1 per cent said they were, two per cent said they possibly were aflected and 2.8 per cent had no opinion. Many more thought, however, thai knowing the East Ptiolo by John Crystal executive committee plans to give this license personally to Nixon, whom will then be presidentelect, next time the Republican comes to Key Biscayne, GIFT FOR NIXON Johnny Miller kept one of few special license tags issued in Washington, D.C. for 1953 inaugural of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Vice President Richard M. Nixon. Miller, a driver during the special ceremony, is now a member of the Palm Beach Coun- Shooting Erupts In Amman; Officials Re-Install Curfeiv Has No Effect Coast results affected other voters. Asked if they thought such knowledge affected other voters in the West, 46.3 per cent said no, 20.6 per cent said yes, 18.6 per cent said possibly and 11.5 per cent had no pinion. Gunmen Shoot 2 At Polling Place SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) -Police said two persons were ai tested Tuesday in the shooting of two persons near a polling place shortly after voting began. The original police reports said one person was killed. The wounded persons, shot from a moving 1959 white Cadillac, were taken to a dispensary. One, a 16-year-old boy, was reported in critical condition. Puerto Rico is electing a governor and a San Juan may- , or as well as other Common-vealth officials. P.M. to 100 P.M. - Daily ond Sunday I I I I 'ace OF THE I iaon-,ni;kklcafktekia 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Beach line l50 luncheon Specials daily except Sunday Re-opening Thursday, November 7th Delightful Sidewalk Patio-Friendly Service ROOF TOP DINING UNDER THE CANOPY 1 1:30 A.M. to J: 1 i P.M. - 4 30 AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) Machine gun fire broke out in Amman Tuesday night and authorities clamped another curfew on the jittery city. The sustained bursts of gunfire shattered a tenuous peace that followed a clash between Jordanian army troops and Arab commandos Monday night. "BIG rilAC ou iii Tow ii ! Riviera Beach Lake Worth Okeechobee Blvd. McDonald's SERVING THE FINEST CUISINE . . . ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF $ 7 5 0 FAMILY STYLE J PAN FRIED CHICKEN $-7J ALL YOU CAN EAT 2. OPEN FOR BREAKFAST - 1.1 NCIIKO - DIMMER " EVENING RESERVATIONS PH 844-0233 WASHINGTON (UPI) -Administration sources acknowledged Tuesday that President Johnson was aware when he announced Nov. 1 a halt in all bombing of North Vietnam that Saigon would refuse to attend the expanded Pari:, talks. The sources contended, however, that Johnson had no choice but to make the announcement when he did. They firmly denied any suggestion that he was playing politics in an effort to help Hubert H. Humphrey in the presidential race. South Vietnam's president, Nguyen Van Thieu fully agreed on Oct. 16 to the formula the United States proposed for halting the bombing and expanding the Paris talks, these sources said, but suddenly reversed himself Oct. 30 after Hanoi accepted Johnson's proposal. Despite intensive round-the-lock discussions on Oct .'lull, Thieu was said to have refused to stick by his earlier agreement and demanded that Hanoi declare publicly thai the National Liberation Front lM.Fi, the political arm of the Viet Cong rebels in the South, would not be admitted to the Paris talks as a separate delegation. The American version was that Thieu backed down from his earlier agreement to Ihe U. S. formula, which provided simply that there would be "two sides" present at the expanded talks and thai each could be composed as that side desired. The United Slates' position is that Hanoi may call the NLE delegation anything it wishes, but American dele-gales will recognize only one side across the table. Administration sources said that when Hanoi suddenly agreed in a secret talk al Paris Oct. 27 to adept the U.S. proposal. President Johnson could not then begin trying to alter the formula. Since the United Stales had told Hanoi that the bombing halt must be followed quickly by substantive Paris talks, Johnson had a responsibility to move ahead as rapidly as possible. When It became apparent that U. S. ambassador to Saigon, Ellsworth Bunker would be unable to convince Thieu to honor his Oct. 16 agreement, Johnson decided that he had to go ahead and persuade the Saigon government that it must ultimately attend the meeting. Despite this Administration explanation, the fact thai the bombing halt went into effect just three days before the U. S. election was bound to spark a lively post election argument here as to whether the President was playing domestic politics Secretary of State Dean Husk and other officials have strongly denied this. Meanwhile, Washington officials said they expected Saigon eventually, would agree to send a delegation to Paris but acknowledged that Bunker made his way back to a model kitchen where 79-year-old T. M. McNatt was presiding over the election board. Although the LBJ ranch Is In Gillespie County, Johnson is registered and votes In Blanco County. And McNatt said that: "As long as he Is President, he can vole any place In the United States he chooses to vote." He gave the Johnsons their ballots and a couple of yellow pencils, and they went over to a plastic-topped table to sit down and study them. The Johnson ballots were the 12th and 13th tucked into a metal box. About 275 persons were eligible to vote there, McNatt said. The President and First Lady motored back to Ihe ranch, where aides said it looked like a quiet day a good bit of It to be spent in front of a television setheck ing the returns. SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE PALM BEACH SHORES SINGER ISLAND . . . RESERVATIONS PH 844-5221 7f 1 r The guerrillas attacked Hussein's soldiers In apparent anger over the king's attempt to curtail commando raids against Israel launched from Jordan. Last month Hussein urged restraint in such attacks because of the severe reprisals they incurred on his people by the Israelis. The clash Monday pointed up once again Hussein's difficulties with his fellow Arabs. In the past more militant elements in the Middle East have accused Hussein of too moderate a stance in the crisis with Israel. Hussein Is known to want the passive support of AJ-Nasr and other guerrilla organizations to maintain political stability, but not at the price of actually recognizing the groups, since recognition would imply sanction of their activities. In other Mideast develop ments: The semi-official Egyptian newspaper Al Ah ram said the U.S, Central Intelligence Agency was probably behind the Al-Nasr move against Hussein. Six persons, including three children, were injured when a bomb exploded near the tomb of Patriarchs in Hebron, Israeli-occupied Jordan, authorities disclosed Monday. (A Jerusalem newspaper, Davar, said several Soviet ships were pulling out of the Mediterranean for home as a sign that the Kremlin wanls no new Arab-Israeli clash). PROUDLY PRESENTS ITS FALL PROGRAM OF AN ALPINE BEER FESTIVAL 9 WiCrtVrfch DELRAY HEIDELBERG Y". AL JOLSON to JAMES BROWN 2 also featuring 3 SHOWS NIGHTLY Reopens Wed., Nov. 6th featuring our famous good food A GLASS OF COOL DRAFT BEER IS SERVED COMPLIMENTARY WITH YOUR FESTIVAL DINNER J rA I I Y UAVIb a - 1 1 - i t TALENT AUDITIONS SUN. NITE in Show, singing waiters, darning, (omptele Geimon-Amewan menu. At Olsen, your host and MC. For Reservations: 278 - LANNY GREY South Federal Highway Delray Beach "IT'S A BALI YOU'LL LOVE IT!" I:1 Tracer bullets flew through the night sky in several parts of the Jordanian capital as tanks and troops patrolled the streets to prevent renewed violence. No casualties were reported immediately. The government lifted its curlew on Amman for six hours Tuesday but warned foreigners to stay home. Schools remained closed and many shops were boarded up. Jordanians were tense over the confrontation between troops loyal to King Hussein and the syrian-backed Kataeb Al-Nasr guerrillas, which officials allege started Monday's battle. Nyman's l HOUSE OF PRIME RIBS and SEAFOOD 732-9741 IMS S. Mtnl Hwy. Irtw Inch 0755 - ;' r-r-- '-'iA v e. "t ty Republican and he, plate he hopes the candidate near Miami. Playing beautiful melodies every night except Monday. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE TO LANNY GREY ORCH. MA MA LOUS LOOKOUT LOUJJGE AKO BAR out FAMOUS TIKI... OPEN TO 2 AM pstrmm J?PTkt rftf Majors' HOTEL . SINGER ISLAND Lunch or Dinner Choice of: gourmet dining I the Sans Souci Hotel f KIDAY M I K IS UI)li:S MTU KROW 3-7 P.M. BOTTLES OF FREE CHAMPAGNE GIVEN AWAY AT COCKTAIL HOUR LADIES POPULAR DRINKS 50' COCKTAIL HOUR EVERY DAY 5-7 PM DRINKS 60 FREE HORS D'OEUVRES Non-Candidate LBJ Votes For Another rj Capt. Floyd in the SEAVIEW Taste like lobster, look like shrimp. 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Pork C hops with Ham & Mushrooms, Stuffed Breast of C'apon WEDNESDAY: Hungarian Beef Goulash, W Noodle, Smoked Loin of Pork WSauerkraut, Wiener Schnitzel Steeple Chase THURSDAY: Corned Brisket of Beef, Sauteed Lamb Steak, Stuffed Ftouislade of Veal in Paprika Sauce FRIDAY: Short Hilts of Beef WVegetables, Broiled Fresh Ham Steak, Filet of Sole Marguerita SATURDAY: Roast Leg of Lamb, Grilled Spring Chicken Harvester, Tender Loin Tips of Beef Stroganoff SUNDAY: For The Fourth Consecutive Year The Colonnades A'resents The Sunday Nite "Tropical Bullet" With A Fabulous Selection Of Foods Hot and Cold. Desserts and Beverages $.').y.r) THK COMI'l.KTK F FAST INCLUDING THK FULL COURSE, DINNER $.1.95 AND IN ADDITION THE MARINE TERRACE NOW PRESENTS THE COMPLETE DINNER MENU WITH A LARGE SELECTION OF FISH AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES, CHOPS, FOWL AND MAN Y OT HER DELICACIES STARTING AT $2.95 Real ferric; Plump pieces of King Crab baked in rich wine Newburg sauce. nit WXJ&LW JOHNSON CITY, Tex., (AP) President Johnson voted for another president Tuesday at an electric co-op he helped establish, a block down the street from the white frame house where he spent much of his boyhood. Johnson has been touting his vice president, Hubert H. Humphrey, as a man who deserves the faith and support of the American people, and as the one man best qualified to take over the White House next January. He wasn't answering any questions Tuesday about how he marked his ballot or about anything else. Seldom In the last .'!() years has there been a national election in which Johnson wasn't a candidate for something or other Congress, the Senate, the vice presidency, the White House itself. But if there were any regrets about his having taken liimsef out of Ihe presidential race last March, they didn't show on election day. Even though he was lenor-Ing questions, he was amiable, relaxed and chatty. Election box No. i at Johnson City was open for ballot business at 7 a.m. Two hours later Ihe President and Mrs. Johnson arrived from the LBJ ranch 15 miles to the west, with Johnson at the wheel and his pet pup, Yukl, in the back seat of a white Continental. He in a mocha-colored suit and she In a brilliant red dress and coat, they walked up the steps at the co-op with the President calling out to the White House press corps: "I hope all of you voted absentee." 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