The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 8, 1968 · Page 33
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 33

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 8, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 8, 196833 SALVATION- DELIVERANCE-CRUSADE Saigon Protests Reds Attacking Despite U.S. Bombardment Halt Introducing EVANGELIST CHARLES JOHNSON and entire Crusade party in the 20th Century bringing deliverance with an amazing Word Ministry escalate the war, and their continuance a sign ofthe enemy's intention to continue fighting. North Vietnam refers to the U.S. bombing halt as unconditional. But some military sources in Saigon have interpreted it as implying assurances of enemy de-escalution, specilicallv In halting the shelling ot cities and military action in the demilitarized one between the two SAIGON AP) The enemy has shelled provincial and district capitals IB times since the United Stales hailed all attacks on North Vietnam last Friday, South Vietnamese army headquarters reported Thursday. As new shelling were reported in two towns and a village near Saigon, (icn. Creighlon V. Abrams' U.S. headquarters charged the ene-mv with "indiscriminate" mortar and rocket attacks on civilians. Although military installations of various kinds exist in almost all South Vietnamese cities and towns, the shelling of these areas is considered by some military observers to be a crucial issue tied to the suspension ol bombing ot North Vietnam. South Vietnamese officials have indicated that the end of such attacks might be regarded as an enemy move to de- p:i' Mr' 'it1 Rowcll Campaigns For Speakership 4 i ? 2 .' X." ' 1. t SjjPiHv fi'lL A' iktHt m 1 iKJ f - , 3 n , - , " Nancy Y I Cotton I i doesn't f ring a bell! I If She i will! I The South Vietnamese report on the shellintis said one civilian had been killed and 47 wounded in the enemy rocket and mortar barrages, which included 227 rounds of ammunition ranging from 75 mm recoilless ritles to 12H mm mortars. In the most recent incidents Wednesday night, an expectant mother was killed and six civilians were wounded by a rocket blast in Nha Be, nine miles southeast of Saigon. One person was wounded in a mortar attack on Ben Cat, 2tj miles northwest of the capital. Fighting in South Vietnam remained light and scattered. lS Marines and South Vietnamese rangers tried to tighten a ring around an enemy force l(i miles southwest of Da Nang, but it appeared most of the force escaped during the night after a skirmish Wednesday, first reports said six of the enemy were killed and allied casualties were light. The South Vietnamese headquarters said 11)7 Viet long were killed in two days of fighting U4 miles southwest ol Saigon in the Mekong Delta, (iovernment casualties were listed as nine killed and ft wounded. Air force, Navy and Marine pilots made rli2 sorties individual flights over South Vietnam Wednesday. Strikes over enemy supply lines in eastern Laos have been reported tripled to about M) sorties a day. The U.S. Command does not report missions over Laos because it is officially neutral. The U.S. Command repot led combat casualties increased last week. The week includes 27 hours of action after t he-half of all U.S. attacks on North Vietnam. The command said lrii) U.S. soldiers were killed and 1,211 wounded last week, compared with killed and 717 wound eel the previous week. By KKX NEWMAN Tallahassee Bureau TAI.I.AIIASSKF. t.M'Ni The "OI' Sly l'V" ol the Klori da House of Kepi esrnt.ilivos, lonmi' speaker I-;. C. Kowell. I) Wiklwuoil, has decided to make the 15)71 speakei 'Miip a horse race. Unwell is a master strategist who is stalling his sixth two-year term, lie was speaker ol the ltKia session and wants it again. He is challenging licp. Richard I'ettigrew, D-Miami, who has been the chief cnnlemlei lor tin- speakership nl HO to (late. FIRST SERVICE UNDER THE BIG TENT SUNDAY 7:45 P.M. BELLE GLADE, FLA. Location Highway 80 West Beside Bowling Alley Rev. Johnson will be preaching Faith Sermons to those who need deliverance and prayer for the sick nightly. Tommv Watkins at I A PRODUCT OF Lynual Younce Former Rock and Roll Star and guitarist-conducting Song Service Sunday 2:30 Special Services Holy Ghost Rallys Illustrated Sermons Special Interviews Special Youth Services The Hammond Organ with music that will lift you up. MEN'S LADIES' 17 Jewel Wotches- itm w m, --r h ,v py Unwell has sent out letters to all ot thne in the House who wei e successful in their races Tuesday and says Irankly he is "olteriug" them a choice. He asked lor pledges, or in the case ol Republicans, "conditional pledges. " Ills "iifleting" a choice in reliitinn to l'i'lii:;iew stems Ironi 1'elligi ew's I lade (.'mi illy home base which, to most leg-islators, means "liberal Dade." II also is a subtle relerence to I'etligi'ew's role as a campaign manauer lor former ( iov. l.elio ( 'ollins in his unsuccessful bid lor the U.S. Sen-ale litis year. Republican U.S. Rep. Kil-uaid .). i.urnev managed to tie the label ei "Liberal l.c-Roy" around ('ollins' neck and conseqin'iillv w in the U.S. Sen-ale seal in .'! 1 I h inoeratie registered l-'loi ida. The f.icl that I'ettigrew comes Irom 1 M-le County conjures up tile old leai's of the state's most populous area gobbling up the rest of the slate. Howell, as speaker in l!Hi" and a leader of 1 ho old rural bloc which ruled the legislature for years, stands tall on his conservative label. Rowell made an attempt to wrest the speakership awav Irom Rep. Ured Scliult., D-.Licksonville, lor the 1U session, by funning a coalition with the IV.i Republicans in the House. IlonoviT, it did not succeed. Rowell will make a big pitch to the Republican delegation too ( because most come Irom whai are considered urban areas in Central and South Honda t lo join with him. However, the Republicans also lind Rowell attractive because ol their conservative plattorm. In the past Republicans have not organized themselves until after the election preceding the regular session and have not taken a stand on the speakership until that lime. Crutches, wheel chairs, braces, and glasses are many times discarded after these services. Hundreds have testified of their healing of most every known disease. People from all walks of life come to see and witness God's power in the 20th Century. 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