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Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, 19687 Czech Students To End Protests Search Begins For Expedition can "m As Communists Issue Warnings radioed from Rondonia territory that the team was near-ing the first Indian tribes. RIO DE JANEIRO. Brazil (API The air force launched a search in the Amazon jungles Wednesday for a Roman Catholic priest leading a 12-man expedition to make contact with primitive Indian tribes. The expedition headed by Father Joao Galeri was last heard from Oct. 31 when it ORSON WELLES Minister of Education Vladimir Kadlec and Deputy Premier Petr Colotka met with student leaders on ending strike that has seen about 100.-000 students take over their schools throughout the in The Prague Communist party Presidium met to demand that the strike end immediately. There were meetings between students and government officials. Strong police and army patrols were on the streets in case the government decided to use force against the students or to stop any demonstrations. The unusual joint leadership declaration said there are only two possibilities: "Either to fulfill the positive program of the party, expressed by the November resolution of the Communist party or to end in a blind alley where there would await us the paralyzing of creative forces of the people and social NAPOLEON IN COLOR " DIALING FOR DOLLARS 4 PM TODAY KSPOKTS I pete iv". ( E5'unx fir Vll:15 PM JL; y TONIGHT UV U REDUCED THRU SATURDAY! PRAGUE (AP - Czechoslovak students announced Wednesday night they will end at noon Thursday their massive protest sit-ins against loss of Ireedoms in this Soviet-occupied country. The action followed an appeal by Czechoslovak leaders to the students "to stop in time the danger which is threatening us." Many students, however, said they had not heard the broadcast appeal. The strike leaders had previously planned to extend the sit-ins 24 hours beyond 8 p.m. Wednesday when they were scheduled to end. But some of the dozen faculties scattered throughout Prague rejected the 24-hour extension and a compromise was arranged lor noon. The strike began three days ago. The joint declaration broad- Realtor Named On Aging Unit BELLE GLADE - A local realtor. George C. Young, was named executive director of the Palm Beach County Council on Aging. Inc.. at a meeting held Tuesday in Jupiter. The council was formed in June. At that time. Young was named secretary-treasurer of the organization that received its state charter on May 4. Charles 0. King. West Palm Beach, presidt.it; Howard E. Campbell, North Palm Beach, vice president, and Young made up the original slate of officers. The organization is designed to assist elderly residents in obtaining needed services, as well as counseling. Headquarters for the group will be in Riviera Beach. Young said the first budget for the council will be approved bv the state council on Dec. 12.' Wmmw PEMMCREST LAUNDRY TWINS! ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY 90 Save 28.90 on the pair! cast by the presidiums of the Communist party, the government, the National Asembly and the Trade Union Council said "irresponsible people'" were trying to channel student activity to "divide the working class." This is a serious accusation in a Communist country. The students, protesting a loss of freedoms under Kremlin pressure on this Soviet-occupied country, said they would prolong for 24 hours the sit-in strike that had been scheduled to end at 8 p.m. The strike began three days ago. But there were reports that disagreements among the students over an ending time had resulted in a compromise that would end the strike at noon Thursday. The test of wills between the Communist leaders and the students intensified when the students got worker support with token sympathy strikes in some Prague plants. Other plants blasted their whistles and sirens for 15 minutes to show solidarity with the students. The Prague Student Action Committee's announcement that the strike would be prolonged said students were preparing for "a decisive clash with internal political reaction represented by disguised neo-Stalinists." Junior Orange Bowl Queen Contest Today PAHOKEE - The Junior Orange Bowl Queen for 12 and 13-year-old girls from here and Canal Point will be held in the council chambers of city hall at 7:30 tonight under direction of Mrs. Hugh Brady. Two winners in the local contest will be eligible for the Junior Orange Bowl Queen competition in Coral Gables Nov. 30. Mrs. Brady said the winner of the Coral Gables event will take part in the annual Orange Bowl Festival on New Year's Day. Car Theft Solved In Matter OfHours BOYNTON BEACH - A mystery at 8:56 a.m. Wednesday was solved and police books closed on the case at 10:01a.m. MMrs. Harold Rauner, of 638 NE Ninth Ave., reported her 1964 Oldsmobile stolen at 8:56 a.m. At 10:01 a.m., Police Sgt. 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