The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 10
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 10

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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Javits Praises Paris ;Team' not speaking for Nixon, nor However, he sata ne would was he conducting any "feel- meet with Nixon immediately ers" for the president elect. upon his return home. A10 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 Jail Siege Smashed FLORENCE. Italy (API -National police and riot squads charged hundreds of stone-throwing demonstrators Saturday to break up a siege of students and workers against the city jail. LOW COST OIL HEAT IN YOUR FIREPLACE THERMOSTAT CONTROLLED - A" ,,-" 0tf m The demonstrators haa surrounded the police and the jail in protest against the arrest of three students and three workers in disorders during a nationwide general strike for higher pensions Thursday. The six were being held pend ALSO AVAILABLE FOR THRU WALL INSTALLATIONS! 1 ing trial. i 1 i 1 i 1 i ' i 1 I ' I 1 I 1 -j-r- T"" ' '""p, "ty rig Hewett A as the rig crew awaited rescue after an explosion. The trawler Boston Hornet, background, tries to reach the capsized vessel but heavy seas kept her off and the Hector (Jan-net sank with the loss of two lives. TRAGEDY AT SEA Crew members cling to the hull of the capsized supply vessel Hector (iannet as it sinks beneath them in the North Sea 'ii) miles off Cromer, England, Friday. The ship, earlier, had been tossed against the gas-drilling iCt y V. TimwN w Service PARIS - Sen. Jaroh K. Javits Saturday hailed ambassadors VV. Averell Harriman and Cyrus R. Vance as a "splendid team" and said he would recommend to President-elect Nixon that the two men continue to direct the Paris peace talks with Hanoi after the inauguration Jan. 20. The New York Republican said Nixon had asked him to report on his European tour, which will include a meeting with Prime Minister Wilson in London today, and talks with Chancellor Kurt-Georg Kies-inger in Bonn and Premier Leone in RoTinT: Javits warmly endorsed both Vance and Harriman. as well as the administration's over-all peace efforts during a nearly hour-long news conference in the U.S. Embassy. "I think continuity is extremely valuable in this situation," he said. "Whether it is fair to ask these two men to stay on is another question. I know that Mr. Vance has been trying to return to his civilian practice for some time. But if at least one of them could be persuaded to stay it would be a good thing." He added: "On a matter as delicate as peace, I can hardly conceive of anyone not responding to the personal appeal of the President." Javits stressed that he was First For Rails PORTLAND, Maine (API The first freight saleslady for a U.S. railroad will begin traveling for the Maine Central Railroad Dec, 1. Miss Jean E. Gilpatrick of Portland began as an employe at a newsstand, i P i FIREPLACE FURNACE 50,000 ETU'S You see only the Grill Johnsons Note 34th Anniversary Today At White House Gathering CALL US NOW FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE PHONE ti &JJ3 833-5561 away with unwanted hair! It's easy to be completely feminine-without a hair to cloud your loveliness. Quicker than you dream possible, our advanced Kree Method of Electrolysis will remove every unwanted hair . . . forever ! Personal consultation without charge. Richards Beauty Salon, Palm Beach Mall. Jones, the President's right hand man, has taken a lot of leasing because he chose the same wedding date as the Johnsons, but he explained it was purly coincidental. 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