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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 9

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 A9 Policies Urged On Urban Growth WASHINGTON (AP) The bipartisan national Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations called Saturday for federal and state policies to Influence the location of people and Industry and the resulting patterns of urban growth. It urges federal Incentives, Including tax credits, low-interest loans and direct payments to encourage business and industry to locate in rural centers and metropolitan areas with chronic unemployment. The 26-member commission, established by a 1959 law. Is headed by former Gov. Farrls Bryant of Florida. Its roster includes Cabinet members, governors, mayors and both the Republicans and Democratic vice presidential candidates. It recommends direct federal participation either through a publlcally-chartered corporation or an existing federal agency. Similar authority Is recommended for the states. Other recommendations Included federal-state matching programs to provide resettlement allowances for low in come people migrating from labor surplus areas; additional federal funds for job training In such areas; and federal laws to eliminate or reduce variations among the state In public welfare standards. WRIGHT & SEATON INCORPORATED Insurance Agency LET ONE OF OUR AGENTS CONSULT WITH YOU ON YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS with a VIUHER! VOTE FOR ROBERT C. m GO i For Sheriff Take Ml SO CLINTON E. RED TAYLOR Democrat LEVER 23-B Conserve your hard earned tax dollars with CLYDE H. SEATON HORTON McCAMPBELL WILLIAM ORRISON CLYDE SEATON, JR. HOWARD HANSON NESBIT SILLS JULIAN J. PLATZ Government CHARGED IN MURDER - Mrs. IrmTSch Krauss, 62, is led into Broward County Jail at Fort Lauderdale by Dania Detective Joe Portelli, after a Friday hearing on first degree murder charges in the knife-hatchet slaying of her husband, Henry, 68, as he slept in their apartment after an argument. 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