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14-Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1968 Director Plans Peking May Have Made Moscow Halt Invasion i IT - Return To Acting been eminently successful. Diplomats also point out that what has saved Albania's neck, these past few years is not geography (it is cut off from the rest of the communist bloc by Yugoslavia and Greece) but Red China's guarantee of protection. twice before moving against Romania. Some diplomats, including some communist ones, think that Czechoslovakia's leader. Alexander Dubcek. should have protected himself by sending a mission to Peking early in his liberalization drive. Or. when Tito of Yugoslavia and Ceausescu of Romania visited Prague to profess their support to Dubcek and even Hungary's Janos Kadar gave him assurances Dubcek should immediately have proposed that a mission representing these countries be dispatched to Peking to get a Chinese pledge of support. Such a mission would have By PHELPS PHELPS UNITED NATION'S. N.Y.. (NANA I - Could Czechoslovakia have avoided a Soviet invasion had it followed the example of Romania? I nave it on good authority that when Romania decided to initiate its independent economic and foreign policies, it sent a mission to Peking to ask Mao Tse-Tung for help in case Russia entered Romania. The agreement that came out of this was that Red China would attack Outer Mongolia, long regarded as Russia's satellite, should Romania's independence be tampered with. This information was of course leaked to Russia and has made the Kremlin think This man has some refreshing new ideas abont Your insurance By SHEILAH GRAHAM HOLLYWOOD (NANA I -The filming and editing of "Catch 22" will take care of Mike Nichols for all of 1969. After that, the brilliant director of "The Graduate" and "Plaza Suite" will return to acting with his old partner, Elaine May in a play she has written. The last time I saw them together was in their one man-one woman show for Alex Cohen. It was a fine evening. Elizabeth Taylorand Richard Burton will be in New York soon after the first of the vear. After a bit of play -going, they fly to Las Vegas, where Elizabeth winds her "Only Game In Town" flick with Warren Beatty. The Burtons and Beatty are bosom buddies. At the beginning of the assignment they were worried about each other. Ray Milland will be Myrna Loy's husband in "Relatively Speaking." on Broadway later in the season, which, incidentally, is now in full flower with the big "Zorba" musical rrT! 0 A HEARING LOSS IS A CLOSED DOOR Open that door and enjoy your friends more hit, which I liked even better than the film. Myrna has completed her role with Charles Boyer in "The April Fools" - "the same sort of thing I used to do with William Powell," she told me. The younger romance is with Jack Lemmon and Catherine Deneuve. Talking of "Zorba," they wanted Tony Quinn to dub the Italian version of the film. Tony didn't want to do it. The clincher was someone remarking. "But who could dub in your laugh0" With football injuries so much in the news, I can report that Charlton Heston is mending nicely from the rib he fractured during a football sequence with the New Orleans Saints for his picture, "Pro." Chuck, has been working out and training for his role for partner Walter Seltzer since March. "In Ben Hur,' " he told me wryly, "it took only three months to teach me how to drive a chariot. And as 'Moses' I parted the Red Sea with the help of God and Cecil B. deMille." His rib cage is taped and the show goes on. Oliver Reed, who is very realistic as Bill Sykes in "Oliver," has a natural four-inch scar on the left side of his face. But it was not mean enough on camera, and an artificial scar was painted on the right side of his face. I've seen the film and he is mean. t f - : .-rr, HEARING LOSS? SEE YOUR DOCTOR 5 0 f ADVKH1 ISKMENT Holding Dentures No Secret... Firm LOS ANGELES, Calif. 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The cocoon interior promises a brave new world in future habitation with the use of adaptable plastic materials. New Star Discovered When shopping Use P-T Classified DECORATIONS FOR . . . CLUBS STORES HOMES DIMRTMINT STORM The star, located between Scorpius and Lupus constellations, has been named Lupux X-. It is believed to be a sudden cataclysmic explosion. Its discovery is regarded by astronomers as confirming theories about the continuing process of the universe. CHRISTMAS SANTA SUITS HOT TURKEY Sandwich BEARDS & WIGS MAKE JOHNNY'S PIAYIAND TOUR 1 STOP STORE FOR DECORATIONS FOR All OCCASIONS. 77 OVER THE RIVER AND THRU THE AIR TO THE OLYMPUS RESTAURANT tOR THANKSGIVING DINNER! Served with lusty . . , Savory Dressing Choice of Vegetables OPEN I i -- L 11 ' '. J ' JOHNNY'S PLAYLAND 108 CLEMATIS ST. V PHONE 832-9444 .1. i; Have a festive Thanksgiving Day with us we will serve dinner from Noon 'til 9:00 P.M. Treat your family and special friends to dinner at SCHRAFFTS. And we get to wash all the dishes. 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M ! Apple Pie Make your reservation tor a dditional Thanksgiving dinner at CHRAFffTS HllftKO HU (.Kil l. LEICESTER, England (AP) Discovery of a violently active star that could be an important find for X-ray astronomy was reported Monday by Leicester University scientists. Bryn Cook, who headed the team, said: "It is an important find because it was discovered in an area which the Americans have scanned quite a few times. It seems that the star has only just appeared." The new star, believed to be the hottest known with a temperature of 150 million degrees Centigrade, was spoted by an X-ray telescope fitted to a rocket launched from Woomera. Australia. The intenst short-wave emissions from the star cannot be picked up by an optional telescope. Exchange Fire AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -Jordan and Israeli forces exchanged mortar and machine-gun fire across the Jordan River Monday. A Jordan army spokesman accused the Israeli forces of firing on Jordan troops six miles south of Sheikh Hussein Bridge. He said the Jordanian forces returned the fire and the clash lasted 10 minutes. ;W ' ATM ' I 1 .11 ill! a w r.; ... m mj ill. .'.' ,t i enjoy MAMA GILDA'S I IM S! I I l l I 00 IIS ALSO STEAKS-PRIME ROAST BEEF-SEAFOODS AND YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAIL on nvv.y 7 uws hi 1 k 1 5th ST. & N. DIXIE W P.B. - RES. Ph. 833-3088 RESTAURANT 3 COMPLETE DINNERS . . . Your Choice $2.95 Roast Sirloin of Beef, Roast Turkey & Dressing or Baked Ham wRaisin Sauce: Includes: OYAL Soup or Juice, Vegetable, Dessert and Beverage. Children 12 or Under S2.00. For reservations telephone H:t2-'im LYON-INICKKL CAFETERIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Beach since 19S0 luncheon Specials daily except Sunday 1 OINCIANA Mi il 1 LATA Palm Beach Boiled Beef, Horseradish Sauce (Dinner only) Swedish Meat Balls (Dinner only) Young Sleer Liver and Onions (Dinner only) RESTAURANT FOR RESERVATION 1 1 30 A.M. to 2: IS P.M. - 4:30 P.M. to 8 00 P.M. - Daily and Sunday CAll 483-2275 V and LUUNOt FREE PARKING !! tUk.t whin y. Pint with ut WOP NO fH PALM BEACH MALI. l TODAY'S SPECIAL LUNCH-DINNER 2 BAKED rg PORK CHOPS f(r t LET US BAKE YOUR HOLIDAY TURKEY & Viewed nin f Apples v-' 9 to 101b. TURKEY " Koasted to a ' Golden Brown Mf COCKTAIL LOUNGE 9r 1 p Biiincrf with Dressing & Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce READY-TO-SERVE, ONLY V S SI w ' o o r.m. f Whole PIES: APPLE, MINCE, PUMPKIN $1.25 J J -J CAFETERIA SERVING HOURS 1 1 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. and 4-7:30 P.M. 922 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth Sans Souci Hotel 350 SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD - PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SINGER ISLAND Palm Beach Shores, Florida Happy Thanksgiving from the owners and staff of Sans SMORGASBORD A GO GO Serving from 12:00 Noon to 9 P.M. It wai already famous at the biggest belt-buster in town . . . but now the authentic Scandinavian Smorgasbord Luh cheon at the Colonnades Beach Hotel offers you even more delectable to choose from: more zesty appetizers, more huge platters of chilled meats and fowl, more sea food delicacies, more eiciting casserole surprises, more salads, more tasty aspics, condiments and relishes. Yes, more of everything. Yet, and listen to this you can enjoy the whole shooting match including, ovenfresh bread and rolls, and dessert, along with a sensational view of houci Hotel ... Won t you join us for dinner? Sans Souci Hotel is celebrating its first Thanksgiving and be assured, it will be celebrated in the world renowned Palm Beach manner. The Lucullian feast we will set before you is sure to linger in your memory for a long, long time. Your table in the colorful Flamboyant Room will be adorned with a bountiful harvest of fresh fruits and nuts to bid you welcome. To whet your appetite, you will be served a sparkling punch concocted from the very finest fruits and wines of our land. Now make your choice of Cream of Asparagus Soup or Chicken Consomme with fresh vegetables; Fresh Seafood Cocktail or Glazed Brandied Grapefruit. Entrees, in keeping with the tradition of the day are: Tender Young Hen Turkey, roasted to a turn, with a mild old-fashioned dressing sure to bring back haDDV memnriPS of n,1t familv Hinnnro or ininfiilont DELICIOUS FULL C0URSE $09-DINNERS m the ocean, for only a dollar ninety five sents, any day at noon Monday through Friday at the Colonnades Beach Hotel. Just over the causeway on South Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach Shores, Singer Island. Call John 1 1 844-5221 A I LAN NY GREY PCAYS PlANrTAKTj SINGS IN THIS CAHOUSEL BAR II NntlvEwpl'M-n baked Smithfield Ham with tropical orange and pineapple sauce. You will be able Marine! 'THE OF THE, errace 10 nave me sans Souci "Carver assigned to each table excise the exact morsels of turkey or ham which catch your fancy right at your table. To complement your choice of entree, choose buttered Squash and turnip or Cauliflower and Broccoli Polonaise, Baked Sweet Potato with Honey Butter Sauce, or Creamy Whipped Potato. Enhance the pleasant contrasts of your meal with your choice of peach and apple Waldorf, or fresh Green Bouquet Salad with Butterflake and Crescent rolls and our special Fresh Cranberry Sauce. Top off this terrific table d'hote with traditional hot Mince Pie, Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream, or tradition-shattering Fresh Strawberry with a chilled vanilla sauce and a beverage of your choice. We'll be serving from 2:00 to 10:00 P.M. price $6.50. Children under twelve, $3.25 Reservations are essential, so we suggest you call Mr. Duhon at 833-9701 now to avoid possible disappointment. Iwc naJe . Ja & ' feel OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN For Reservations CalLJohn (44-5221 South on Singer Island in Palm Beach Shorn

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