The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 17
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 17

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10. 1968 B5 , Shipping News Fall Open At Posse Horse Show Today Grounds On SR 7 54 Housing Unit Contracts Awarded Six Cent Stamp For Yule Cards The vessel Ballena with general cargo will make three round trips to Freeport; Rio, Escondido, general cargo, four round trips, Freeport; , Tropic Ace, general cargo, two round trips, Freeport;.. Tropic Haven, general cargo, two round trips, Nassau; and De La Salle, general cargo, two round trips, West End. Also, the Grand Bahama, passengers for Grand Bahama Hotel, two round nips: and arrival of the L'SS Massie, U.S. Navy destroyer. Nov. 14, and USCG Unimuk, U.S. Coast Guard cutter. Nov. 15. RIVIERA BEACH Shipping activity at the Port of Palm Beach for the week of Nov. 10-16 has been announced as follows: Film Banned DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (AP) Censor Y. A. Ma-sha banned the American film "Bonnie and Clyde" one week after it was screened at a charity premier on the grounds that its portrayal of outlawry is not consonant with Tanzania's fight against a rising crime rate. association. A trophy and six ribbons will be awarded in each class. Categories include time and game events, hunter and jumper, western and judged events. Horsemen participating in 45 classes will begin competition at 8:30 a.m. Included among the 45 classes are: Bare back equitation, Arabian Park horse, Paso Fino performance, Western pleasure, walking horse, saddle seat equitation, hunt seat equitation, novice hunter seat equitation, hunter type pleasure horse and pony. Champion and reserve ribbons will be awarded in the The Fall Open Horse Show, sponsored by the Palm Beach County Horseman's Association, will begin at 8:30 a.m. today at the Posse Grounds on SR7. The show is being held at the Posse Grounds, with the permission of the American Quarter Horse Association, because show grounds at the South Florida Fair were not finished In time for today's competition. The show, in which riders may earn points for both the South Florida Horse Association and the county organization, is under the direction of Ralph Kettler of Lake Clarke Shores, manager of the county dick. Three will be built on N. 19th Street and seven on Avenue O. Four 2-bedroom duplexes were awarded to Capt. and Mrs. Clarence Blizzard to be located on N. 9th Street. Twelve 4-bedroom single family residences were awarded to Lincoln Investment Enterprises, owned by William and Bruce Center to be located on N. 31st Street between Avenues E and D. Two 4-bedroom single homes awarded to Charles Barron Jr. to be located on N. 24th St. between Avenues L andM. Construction Is expected to begin immediately and to be completed within nine months. Housing Board members awarding the contracts were Haughton, Charles Becht, Sam Bennett Jr., John L. Walker and L. Smith Campbell. following events: Pony Junior and Regular categories: under saddle, working and handy. It is necessary to compete In the under saddle class for champion or reserve points. Time and game events begin at 6:30 p.m. only Palm Beach County residents will be allowed to participate In the following events: pole bending, hair pin race, potato race (age 17 and under), clover leaf race (17 and under), ride and lead (17 and under) and pick-up (17 and under.) Other timed and game events are the flag race, quarter horse ability and straight barrels. Given Life JERUSALEM (AP) -A district court sentenced two Israeli border policemen Friday to life imprisonment for the year-old slaying of two Arab public works employes. The Israelis were accused of dragging the Arabs into a field near Latrun and shooting them after their public works truck nearly collided with the police truck. Christmas and other cards now require a minimum of six cents postage even If the envelope is unsealed and contains no message according to J. L. McLee, West Palm Beach postmaster. McLee urged everyone to seal envelopes since they are forwarded for the same six-cent rate. He also suggested the use of return addresses on all greeting cards so the Post Office can return undeliverable mail. Sealed greeting cards will be returned with no additional charge under the new six-cent rate. The postmaster announced that the 1968 six cent Christmas stamp is now on sale and added, "We have a good supply at all Post Offices and urge early purchasing to avoid the Christmas rush." 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