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Falm Beach rost, Fndaj , Nov. 8, 1968 35 Deaths And Funerals Fabrics Internationale J Sihanouk Ready To Free Yanks If U.S. Stops Border Attacks NOW OPEN 10:30-4:00 J Clos Saturday fc'.Vl'U'.SFf.' FABRICS 833-5171 have demanded the right of "hot pursuit" against North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces allegedly- taking sanctuary' in Cambodia. Sihanouk has- denied that any troops 326 Peruvian Avt. Palm Beoch s iiave oeen given siuictuarv. The United States has apologized for the incident, blaming the intrusion into C?mbodian waters on a navigational error on the twisting river in poorly surveyed area along the ill-defined border between Cambodia and South Vietnam. Sihanouk's statement Thursday was a switch. On previous occasions he has demanded ransoms of bulldozers and said last Sunday the United Slates must formally recognize Cambodia's borders as drawn bv the Cambodians to obtain release of the 11 men. The frontier has been the subject of a long and often bitter dispute between the South Vietnamese and the Cambodians. Alleged U. S. and South Vietnamese attacks on Cambodian villages over the years has been a point of friction between Phnom Penh and Washington, and were a major tic-tor in Sihanouk's decision to break diplomatic relations with the United States in 196;. "Some 'U.S. commanders Funeral service will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Delrav Beach. Friends may make contributions to the Bethesda Memorial Hospital Fund. Lorne-Babione Funeral Home of Delray Beach is in charge of arrangements. HAKRY T.KAHY Word has been received here of the death of Harry T. Fahy, 6H, lile-long resident of Bridgehampton, L.I., NY., thereon Oct. 28. Survivors include his wife, Louise S.; two daughters, Mrs. James L. Halsey of Jupiter and Mrs. John L. Masin of Southampton, N.Y.; two sons, two sisters, 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A requiem mass was offered al IC'IO a.m. Oct. 31 at the Queen of the Most Holy Rosa- NO MRS. HAKRY BROWN PORT ALLEGANY, Pa -Mrs. Harry Brown, 81. of Port Allegany, died here Tuesday. She was a sister of Carl R. Simar of Lake Worth, who died Oct. 31. Other survivors include her husband, Harry, two sons and twin broth"rs, all of Por Allegany. MRS. MARIANNE MEAGHER BARTRAM (iULKSTKK AM - Mis. Marianne Meagher Bart ram, is, of 1122 N. Ocean Drive, dii'd Thursday. Survivors include her husband, Rensselaer Waidwell Hart ram ill: three children, Susan Sydney Smilhers, Austin Leonard Smilhers Jr. and Kliabelh Mealier Bart ram, all of (Jultstream; a brother, Kit-hard Meagher of Honolulu, Hawaii, and a sister, Mrs. Richard H. Bertram ol Miami. Exceptional quality at this low, low price! 6 fiery diamond) in new Mk gold tettingvl 1.M0NEY 1 DOWN PHNOM PENH, Cambodia L'Pl ) Prince Norodom Sihanouk said Thursday he would free 11 Americans held since July 17 if President Johnson promises to do all in his power to stop U. S. attacks on Cambodian border areas. "I am ready to send back the 11 if President Johnson says to me he w ishes the liberation of ihe 11 and he promises on behalf of the army to do their best to stop the bombings," Sihanouk, the Cambodian chief of state, said in an emotional statement at the close of a news conference. Sihanouk said the offer also applied to one South Vietnamese National who was with the U.S. Army men when they were seized by Cambodian naval forces on the Mekong River. The men were aboard a U. S. Army supply boat which was on a journey from Vung Tau southeast of Saigon lo Can Tho, a South Vietnamese j jty in the Mekong Delia. 4995Jo H CREATIVE PA L TING-- A WEEK EASY CREDt'l for experienced artists CARMINE MEHLETTO OK VOMIT, FIIMT Tl I M ry Catholic Church in Bridge-hampton. Memorial contributions maybe made to the Cancer Society. Beckett Service of Southampton had charge of ar-angements. BENJAMIN JOHN' STEDOK SK. LAKE WORTH Benjamin John Stedor Sr., 87, of 516 9th Ave. N., died Thursday. Survivors include his son, Benjamin J. Jr. of Lake Worth; three sisters, Mrs. I'auline Heather of (ieneva, 111., Mrs. Ottila Kulhanek of Bcrwin, 111., and Mrs. Marie Tlusty of Lake Worth, and lour grandchildren. Private prayer services will be held at the convenience of the family Saturday at the E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home. Friends may call from 7 lo 9 p.m. today at -the funeral home. MRS. VIOLA MAY FRANKLIN VERO BEACH Mrs. Viola May Franklin, 70, of Midway-Trailer Garden, who moved here three years ago from Fort Pierce, died Thursday. Survivors include her nus-band, Ernest; one daughter, Mrs. Jane Burandt of Gages Lake, 111.; one son, Lt. Col. Westleigh A. Carlseen of Syracuse, N.Y.; and one sister, Mrs. Jane Shields of Lake Forest, 111. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. at Cox -Gilford-Baldwin Funeral Chapel. Memorial donations may be made lo the Cancer Fund. Funeral Notices BEGINS NOV 7 call Mr. Hollan 832-5194 THURSDAYS 1-4 p.m ENROLL NCW ItwHtIS 10 IHt GOLD COnST 416 CLEMATIS ST. ZU1 Jackie, Onassis Leave On Cruise 1 1 ATHENS il'Pli -Mr. iid Mrs. Aristotle Onassis, married 19 days ago, began a delayed honeymoon cruise Thursday. Onassis' $3 million yacht, Christina, weighed anchor off Skorpios Island in the Ionian Sea, sailed through the Corinth Canal and steamed into the Aegean Sea alter sundown. The cruise itinerary was kept secret, but reliable informants said Christina was expected to anchor lor the night oil (ilytada, a fashionable seaside suburb ol Athens where For maximum return on larger amounts we offer Many of our customers enjoy the maximum convenience and flexibility of having their savings held in a passbook account 1 year certificate ac- Onassis' sister, Mrs. Artemis Garofalidis, lives. Onassis, Ii2, and his bride, the 39 year-old former Mrs. John F. Kennedy, spent last weekend as guests of Mrs. ia-rolalidis. There was speculation that the ultimate destination of the Christina might not be decided, but most talk centered on a leisurely Aegean cruise. Ona-sis is known tor his dislike of being tied down lo a timetable, and the ChrrsTina is capable of making voyages of any distances. It has sailed lo Europe and beyond. The couple was married Oct. 19 on Skorpios, the T(lu-acre island Onassis owns, and they had been expected lo set sail on the honeymoon cruise almost immediately. Bad weather delayed the sailing the day after the ceremony, and other complications then cropped up. For one thing, Onassis was involved in important- negotiations with the (ireek government on a $ir0 million development scheme and made several trips from the Christina to Athens lo nail down the deal. Christina lefl Skorpios Thursday at 7: ID a.m. without fanlare. Fishermen in small boats stared as the sleek while yacht quickly passed them by. counts, ine minimum cer- tificate account $5,000.00 Kicsinger Struck By Woman H WA LjmW.J 1 &J 1 NEW 1 YEAR CERTIFICATE RATE PASS BOOK RATE rfnsi Inderal Savings ( H Mtl.KSO. KliKMSNKK PALM SI'KIM.S - l un.-i.il m i-vIii-s mi Ci. u li's 0 Kii insr. T. 'ill. el l ib Inuli-uniit! Drive, ulin (lit'il Wrilnt'sil.H . will In-hi-lll .11 ! p m. 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OV 3-3133 DOWNTOWN 215 South Olive Ave TE 3-5511 II lv"Ss; 5,V .n ftiV'll.MMV 'Pay Visit' To Schools 15F.RI.IN lUl'I) -A woman fired for calling West (ierman Chancellor Kurt (leorg Kicsinger "an old Nazi" slapped him in the eye Thursday while he sal on a convention plat form. The incident occurred at the West Berlin convention of Kiesinger's Christian Democratic party. Tin1 woman, lieate Klarsleld. 2!l, was quickly seized and charged with assault and slander. A few hours later a judge sentenced her to a year in prison. Mrs. Klarsleld had entered the convention hall with a phony press pass. During the meeting she gol up, walked down the aisle, jumped onto the plattoi m and hit Kicsinger in till- lei! eye. As a sergeant at ai ms led her away, aides told Kicsinger his eve was reddening and he put on sunglasses. Later he removed them to show news men it was not injuied. Authorities saiil Mrs. Klarsleld had been fired as a secretary lor the (ierman French Student Exchange I'rogiam alter she wrote letters to French newspapers denouncing Kicsinger as "an old Nazi." Last April, the woman had interrupted Kicsinger during a speech by shouting "Nazi Kicsinger, resign! " When he came to power in l'Mili Kicsinger replied lo charges he was a loimcr Nazi In saying he had used his wartime position to aid the allies. He also said he never was active in the Nazi pat ty. SALVATION ARM? PICK UP YOUR m VERO BEACH - The Indian River County School Board announced that in observance of American Education Week Nov. HI lti and lo create an interest on the part of parents in their schools and to emphasize the importance ol the schools lo this community, this state and Ihe nation, all parents are extended an invitation lo visit their child's school any time during the school day Wednesdav, Nov. 13. "School board members, Ihe administrative staff and the instructional staff of the Indian River County schools take justifiable pride in our schools," said .1. A. Thompson, superintendent, "and hope that you will avail your' sell ol an opportunity lo visit with us on this day." The theme of American Ed uc alien Week is "America lias a (iood Thing Ooing ... Its Schools." Cox Elected Head OI'CAO FORT PIERCE - Elmer Cox was elei led president of the Board of Diieclors of the Community Action Oiganiza-tinn at Wednesday night's annual meeting. ( ox. who is director ot Fort 1'lcrce Improvement District No. 1. ta joint city federal ven lure to upgrade a wide area of Lincoln Park) is a former director of the CAO's Small Business Loan Development program. Other officers of the CAO, i the federal government's local War on Poverty agency! are Willie Williams, vice president; Pauline Williams, secretary, and Thomas Bruhn, treasurer. 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