The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 58
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
November 10, 1968

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 58

Publication:
Location:
West Palm Beach, Florida
Issue Date:
Sunday, November 10, 1968
Page:
Page 58
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 58 article text (OCR)

Y U.S. Envoy To Turkey Under Fire D14 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1368 Vote On Ryukyus To Test Sentiment My heartfelt thanks to the voters of Palm Beach County, especially those who worked so hard for my re-election. A Turkish masses are ''awakening to .the evils ot U.S. lrr perialism."- The main opposition Republican People's party with 30 per cent of the vote recently has come under the control of moderate leftists who believe there are aspects of Turkish-U.S. ties which are against Turkish Interests and favor a strict review of these RUSSELL H. MclNTOSH JUDGE of CRIMINAL COURT M. M. A. Coup. Ti tial advisors In government ' ministries. But since 1964. when Washington did not 'take Turkey's side against Greece in the Cyprus dispute, anti-U.S. feeling has been expressed in increasing press attacks and acts of protest sometimes violent. The conservative, pro-U.S. Justice party government, which won 53 per cent of the vote In the 1965 election, minimizes such talk as the work of a tiny minority of extreme leftists and misguided intellectuals. The virulently anti-American Turkish Labor party, which controls about 5 per cent of -the vote, says the to VS. economic aid and an equal amount of military aid since World Warn. In retirn, Turkey has Integrated its 425,000-man armed forces Into the NATO defense system and has supported U.S. positions in the United Natios and elsewhere and allowed valuable military installations on Turkish soil including radar monitoring facilities through which the United States keeps an eye on Russian space and missile activities. Some 30,000 American military personnel and families are stationed at facilities all over Turkey. Scores of civilian Americans have been lnfluen-. CITIZENS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY ANKARA, Turkey (AP) Robert Komer, taking over as U.S. ambassador to Turkey after serving as American pacification chief In Vietnam, will find that brickbats'-come with the job. The leftist press In Turkey has been vocal In its criticism-of Komer. "Robert the Torturer," was one description of Komer In his role as head of the pacification program.- Another editorialist In a normally moderate paper said that for the United States to send a man like Komer.whose last job was one of "neutralization and oppression," is to completely disregard Turkish public opinion. It recalled his previous connection with the Central Intelligence Agency. These wrflers reflect anti-Americamsm in a country which has received $2 billion 1x1 Sound like arith-metk to you? Il l not! This if newspaper talk (or a 1 column by 1 inch ad. Think it's too smoll to be noticed? You're reading it . . . . . aren't you? Post-Times Adverting pays! Please accept my WONDERFUL WORLD of thanks for your generous support Senator ELMER O. FRIDAY DEMOCRAT -DIST. 34 PD. POL ADV. BY CAMPAIGN TREASURER COLOR 7:30 PM TONIGHT S win CERTIFICATE OF VALUE SAVINGS NAHA'Oklnawa (AP) In electing a new government today, citizens ot the Ryukyu Islands will indicate their feelings toward the United States. The chain of Islands, site of American bases and administered by the United States since World War II, lies between Japaa and Formosa, Main issues are the significance of the bases and the question of returning the islands to Japanese rule. The voters will decide on 32 legislators and, for the first time, on a chief executive. Until now the executive has been chosen by the elected legislature. Running for this post are Junji Nishime, 47, president of the ruling Okinawa Democratic party; Chobyo Yara, 63, president of the Okinawa Teachers' Association, who has the combined support of three opposition parties and affiliated groups; and Takehi-ko Nosooko, 40, accountant ; running as an Independent. A total of 67 candidates are . running for the legislature 31 from the pro-U.S. Demo- , cratlc party, 15 from the Okinawa Socialist Masses party, three from the Okinawa branch of the Japan Socialist 139.88 Kenmore ELECTRIC DRYER Nothing to buy, you do not have lo be present to win. A drawing held on Saturday Nov. 16 at 9 p.m. Act now. Register At Searstown WINN DIXIE AND SEARS WIM party, five from the pro-Communist Okinawa People's party, and 13 independents. The Democrats want Okinawa returned to Japan through U.S.-Japan cooperation. The opposition Is against U.S. military bases, wants Immediate reversion and links the bases with the Vietnam war. It is playing on fears that the presence of the bases may Involve Okinawa directly in a military conflict. Nishime says the bases are important for economic benefits to the islanders. Yara claims the bases are a main .source of fear and threaten the livelihood and well-being of Ryukyuans. The U.S. administration headed by Army Lt. Gen. Ferdinand T. linger", the high commissioner, is neutral in the campaign. A Nishime victory would be to U.S. advantage because of strong ties between his party and the Japan Liberal-Democrats, and favorable U.S.-Jap-anese relations. An opposition win could indicate strong anti-American sentiment and result in added pressure for the return of Okinawa to Japan. The United States now has a free hand In doing anything military on the island without having to go through diplomatic red tape. Dual Role As Tanker WHIDBEY ISLAND NAVAL AIRy STATION, Wash. (UPI) The Navy's twin-Jet A3B skywarrior, which started out as a heavy bomber and has now Ojhanged to other tasks, is playing a key role in a lifesav-ing saga in the Vietnam War. . The planes are fitted out with a hose-reel assembly, a set of pipes, a 1,500-gallon tank and a pump and are being used as air refueling tankers. The tankers have been credited with saving 499 combat planes worth $958.5 million. War Center Is Opened KANEOHE, MAS. Hawaii (UPI ) The Navy has opened Its third Underseas Warfare Center at the Kaneohe Marine Air Station, Hawaii. The other Naval Underseas Warfare Centers are located in San Diego and Pasadena, Calif. One of the first projects to be undertaken at the Hawaii center will be further studies of the porpoise and how tfie knowledge can be used in underseas warfare. H S WEI "ML SAVE DOLLARS Pt J Sr Mk mx J m mm v DISCOUNT flOklS SUNDAY & MONDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED TlllTll Bill IT DYNACHROME 12G COLOR il FASY.HFF never nnnwrnatSSStsM . x I iiiunnii M r ' ifitMO fe-'ft'M 25.00 get acquainted lS A P"l INCLUDES WSYOttl VW IlliU W I u J V alian Neckin, , ,0id g Op7)?w BirkXf XVW'l VS5yZZi Ud CLEANER f ,p , . A if YOU SAVE 64 7 W'Lt ' SHIRTSW ,3ltl itSS Easy cleaning with jpeedy K e ,.. If m -J', Willi. V .- "-" New extra fast aerosol spray vJl . TItT f "1 W f ' i4JV ilEElMfM5tMm""' 175 window, Sunshine IVV fc eVJ I U TV ) "Wash xnd Wea," U VnnJW JJ Clean! M tJM VJLAJ 11 "f assortment of It JL T- r. V-l iff U'-V -f II MlVA ) I attractive patterns If n exposures TpT'' -ci YTSr' tj (" GIRLS9 xltWW I s-mv-i! j LrST PRICE Tolct gS gCORDUROY rAfll F -CiLlO Dn rOAUT (' Qfoftb Hip-hugging, tapered legs tiiiilj 7 I VW I L" j- tAULt iiw 2 PC. FRONT Vtww Mii color,.-e,,, car. xf J, rT jLaUxjJ n BLEACH VINYL CAR Vy. If Vrtf-r SmM fh V ,omoN mats m 1 Qo? P5, ' usuill ' Jjjjj" VpiJ "ASLIPS j CESjN. mod H ':eSHL.. jf men's cotton! l If' i Size, Small. Ned.. Large ff--1 DDirFC WtkM 'iSH'S1 'htheyW , Z MEtVS HOODED MEN'S SUEDE AiMmW " W m gtVA Watshirts leather oxfords AViS! Zl!Zt"S If fe OlfCOy ty Warmn..cylininf.Lon, Pi Dis.incti,. .tylin, ' ijTR fyW MlmA YUSAVE,, '''."ffe YOU SAVE 55 JgTTTfrfrvS lJ-bM 1 USUALLY SELLS FOR $9.95 f.f I ' -9 WfZ YT1$TT MP0YS' 3 PC- CHILDREN'S MEN'S ORLON J0NNON li M!) SfflSLACK SET pSSl BOOTS Jj SOCKS 't'Vff BLANKETS X 5rT n ifR Attractive) plaid shirt Sturdy vinyl uppers t J t Famous Maker: Nat'lly Wm,V' Solid color pant, St Black ft white ' 1 Adv. at $1 65 AfAGlT f super blend 'llSorijeJ M m fg. i CHULC i l CTATt 1 I0 W 30 with the Miracle JlCSrriS r i ttgJig ,1 IIIWMin I IV I a', f I h h.romnu on h ih IZrr t ' I I t-l " - I n I I , J oner! This is our way of introducing KitchenAid food waste disposers. We believe you'll like them so well that you'll tell your friends. That's why we'll deduct $25 from any KitchenAid disposer price when you buy FILM v.a it with any front-loading KitchenAid dishwasher. This offer is good from now until December 25, 1968. Saue on installation cost, too. KitchenAid' disposers can handle the toughest food waste, from bones to stringy vegetables. They're built better to grind finer, faster, quieter, and last longer. See the world of difference in KitchenAid dishwashers. Built with good old-fashioned quality. illllllll : Kitchen Aid DISHWASHERS & DISPOSERS 'pri ACID il powwed,nine M- sominex pacquin coldene one-a-day Amustforwell NAT'LLY. ADV. AT 85 TABLETS LOTION LIQUID COLD VITAMINS YLr3 ,eUla,e,ip00l, YlF4PEri7l!r 16' S,UC5N0SZATIN PLUS IRON-100'S toOESZ- TTTTXNX 1 QUART I W IAM tIST PRICE VYi ,$T pucif LIST PRICE 109 LIST MICE if v j wArA dxumit8 if iu fifty vrrxi mtm mfim nwrr rrcm WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL WITH: Our Own Factory Trained Servicemen Our Own Radio Dispatched Trucks Our Own Genuine Factory Parrs , r 4 pri FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE OPEN WEEKDAYS 9:00 to 5:30 OPEN SATURDAYS 'TIL 5 PM irJut ii Mi t " ?tm?.TTC., O VMM vim 6Jtu urn ma 1 GALLON BAYER ASPRIN 200's LIST PRICE Jl 1 fcta4fy cmiM5 WW I. 'TTVjrTt if ,

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page