The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 18, 1968 · Page 7
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 7

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, November 18, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 18, 196&-7 Soldier Who Tried To Kill Papadopoulos To Die TERMITES? CALL TOMASELLO 585-2551 FOR COWWtTt ST CONTHOl SCKVICt MiMKI Of tHf NAIKMAI MSI CONTIOI ASSOCIATION ATHENS (LTD A Greek military court Sunday imposed the death sentence on an army deserter who pleaded guilty to subersive activities and attempting to kill Premier George Papadopoulos. "There can be no better swan song than the death rattle in front of the firing squad of a tyranny," the defendant, Alexandres Pana-ghoulis, had said during his trail. The 30-year-old con demned man was silent when the verdict was read. Under the current martial law conditions prevailing in Greece, the death sentence must be carried out within 72. hours. U R DI N1!E "S your link-on-link to fashion fl it Staff Photo By Tony lies Galliano was in charge of the cadets. The school patrol was supervised by Royal Palm Beach Chief of Police Eob V. Horn. The group stayed at Patrick Air Force Base, Saturday night. VISIT MISSILE BASE - Cadets at the Palm Beach Military Academy and members of Royal Palm Beach Scflool Patrol left by bus Saturday for an over-night trp to the Cape Kennedy Missile Base. Lt. Col. Frank Paris Peace Negotiators State Differences In Public Remarks Sheffield sized, shaped, and chained these watches for your exciting new look bright with metal. It's a new dimension to time with trustworthy, timely watches. "bite or yellow, in new ' rectangle and oval shapes. 22.50 ' FINE JEWELRY, STREET FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH 'ARIS (API - Diplomats fnm four points argued in piblic statements Sunday wiile awaiting a Saigon deci-son about attending the pro-psed expanded peace conler-mreon Vietnam. Ambassador Cyrus Vance, . ceputy chief of the U.S. dele-jation under W. Averell Har-iman, said he expects Saigon ;vill join the parley "and take ' i leading part in the forthcom-; ng negotiations leading toward peace in South " The woman chief of the Viet Cong's National Liberation Front delegation here, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Binh, blamed the Americans for the South Vietnamese government's reluctance to attend. "The U.S. government must assume the entire responsibility for the obstinate attitude of its Saigon lackeys," she said. South Vietnam's ambassador-observer. Pham Dang Lam. declared: "We cannot A One American informant suggested that the North Vietnamese were as interested as anyone in getting a Saigon delegation to Paris. Hanoi knows, he said, that it cannot get a solution of the war in the south without agreement of the South Vietnamese government. Vance said that, after six months of U.S.-North Vietnamese talks. "We have been given reason to believe that the North Vietnamese are prepared to move with us toward a de-escalation of the fighting and toward a peaceful settlement." "Genuine self-determination is the key to peace in South Vietnam," he said. "If Hanoi is now ready to respect this principle. I believe these negotiations can succeed." The U.S. negotiator warned, however, that "the underlying causes of the conflict remain." Todays Activities WEST PALM BEACH St. Ann's Bridge Club, 7:30 p.m., Parish Hall, duplicate tournament. LAKE PARK North County Senior Cltlieni, 7 p.m., Lake Park Courts, shuffleboard. PALM BEACH Florida World War I pilots, noon, Regency Room, Palm Beach Towers; fourth re-union. take part in four-party negotiations at which the NLF has independent status." He said President Nguyen Van Thieu's regime is the legal government and the NLF is only a rebel movement. "We consider the NLF as the authentic representative of the population of South Vietnam." countered Col. Hau Van Lau. Vance's opposite number on the Hanoi delegation. The exchanges were carried in the French magazine L'Ex-press and in separate statements while U.S. diplomats worked behind the scenes to persuade Thieu to accept an ambiguous formula aimed at by -passing the status issue. President Johnson originally set Nov. 6 as the opening date under his bomb halt package for a new round of discussions, with the Saigon government and the NLF joining in. But Thieu balked, forcing the Americans to ask for a postponement. Despite the cross-fire of statements, none of the three delegations here was packing bags to go home. U.S. sources displayed mounting expectation that Saigon would send a mission, but avoided predicting when it would arrive. Johnsons Observe 34th Anniversary 7? shipped frequently with a reception afterward at the Federal City Club downtown at the Sheraton Carlton Hotel. It was a dull, gray, chilly day in the capital and the Johnsons weren't spotted at any of the churches they have attended on occasion. Mrs. Johnson's press secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter, said it was a "very qu'et day" at the White House. And it was marked by a sentimental letter the President gave the First Lady. In turn, Mrs. Johnson gave the President a copy of an entry in her diary, in longhand, dated Feb. 13, 1941. That was when Johnson was a member of Congress from Texas, and the diary told about a dinner he and his wife attended at the White House when Franklin D. Roosevelt occupied it. ; WASHINGTON (AP) -i President and Mrs. Johnson .' exchanged sentimental mementoes on their 34th wedding anniversary Sunday. The Texas State Society arranged a reception for Mrs. Johnson at the Smithsonian ; Museum of History and Tech-i nology and her husband was j invited, of course. 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