The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 11
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 11

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 All Czech Police Go On Alert As Students Threaten Anti-Soviet Incidents By JAMES 0. JACKSON ered streets and holding its Czech-speaking cities, Prague and Brno. The leaders also reported a protest movement had begun in Olomouc, a provincial capital 90 miles east of Prague. Heavy police security was evident in Prague Saturday to prevent demonstrations from developing. Throughout the city reinforced police patrols on foot and In cars made their way through streets blanketed by a three-Inch snowfall. The early snow and cold temperatures promised to discourage the kind of mass marches that developed Nov. 7 when Soviet flags were burned. There was no indication of extra Soviet troop activity in the city beyond the usual staff car patrols that have been in Prague since the Aug. 20-21 Soviet-led invasion. They drove through streets and circled main squares, and small headquarters contingents clustered at four hotels taken over In August by the Red Army command. The wreath-laying in Prague was scheduled for Sunday morning on Opletalova Street, a side street leading off the city's main avenue, called Wenceslas Square even though it Is a broad, four-block long street. The presence of a large crowd at the wreath-laying ceremony increased the possibility that a march might form on the broad square, a fre PRAGUE (UPI) - Student leaders Saturday set the stage for possible demonstrations Sunday against the Soviet Union and against the prospect of the Communist Party abandoning the nation's road to reform. Police responded by sending extra patrols into snow-cov quent starting point for demonstrations. Adding to the emotional Impact of the Red Army presence and the crucial Central Committee debate was the occasion for the ceremony, the 29th anniversary of the death of a student shot down by an earlier occupying army. An announcement by the experienced roving riot squad at the ready. While the Central Committee of the party embroiled itself in sharp debate over the future of the January reforms, the leadership of the Czech Union of Students announced plans for wreath-layings Sunday in the nation's maior Student Union revealed that protests already have begun in Olomouc. The youth newspaper Mlada Fronta said student leaders "approved a letter of solidarity with Olomouc University studentswhojather today in university premises and win stay there until Monday to support the demands they had sent to the Central Committee." open eveay niqht til 930 'til chmstmas SALE! rea stereo lt-track tapes 4.99 reg. 6.95 SALE! rea stereo p s 99 reg. 3.57 Holding Your Mind-John Gary Where Is Love? Jack Jones ApologizeEd Ames In Love With You-Al Hirt Belafonte Sings of Love Surrealistic Pillow Jefferson A irplane Fantastic Feliciano A Bag Full of Soul-Jose Feliciano And many more selections to choose from JM RECORDS, THIRD FLOOR Best of A I Hirt Feliciano Surrealistic Pillow-Jefferson Airplane Souled Feliciano Baby Come Back The Equals A Bag Full of Soul Feliciano Crown of Creation Jefferson Airplane Folk, Rock and Blues Feliciano And many more selections to choose from x lsk$ giunt 2,95 . in. console tie color tv H49 foWfVW.ITOM m-vmm 1 1 r -- - : - JL"- I !J - " 'w i t"'":i1t'""J" "J"rJnrJiOMCilViliWiiF f 1. " W 7 '" " ''' m mphih Jim tummsimmtti reg. -I. 99.95 NO DOWN PAYMENT, JUST $23 MONTHLY Walnut wood grain finish Lighted VII F VII F channel selector Power transformer New Vista chassis Automatic color purifier Big 6 inch oval duo-cone speaker All range tone control Stay set volume control JM TELEVISIONS, THIRD FLOOR Use one of JM 's trio of easy credit plans, custom-tailored to your individual needs 0i i 1 to. A m' Y Ivlviwlv in '. I I u -1 i i 1 111 ii iii uuirr Jick t 1 color t?v eirc 1 a? 3 'Je& 11 B p J

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