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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 4

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, November 19, 1968
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4-Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1968 Freeman Proposes 1969 Sugar Quotas 1,000 Southern Newspaper Publishers Convention Opens In Boca Raton WORN yVv V-IEAR Freeman said weather conditions this year were "unusually favorable to sugar consumption. But neither the weather, the fruit crop nor. other conditions can be counted on to be quite as favorable in 1969. Freeman said, explaining the proposed cut in the overall quota. Weather is a factor because hot summers usually spur consumption of drinks made with sugar. Prizes for the winners of golf and tennis tournaments, which have been Monday and Tuesday afternoons, are to be awarded at about 10:30 a.m. following the business reports in the Great Hall convention center. At the opening session Monday. H. Bruce Palmer. New York, president of the National Industrial Conference Board, announced the launch- TO $50,000 Loans Available Immediately Anywhere in Florida UP TO 100 VALUATION 1,000 . '20.00 Month ; '1,500 .'25.00 Month '2,000 . 5 30.00 Month $9 rim Ms.nn Month I feWVW WW! WW III Will II smnn . atim Mnnth WWVW -VWBVW IIIWII1II PEOPLES MORTGAGE COMPANY Worth Dixie, West Palm Beach' 832-7565 Official'sTrial Sel On Drug Charges Royal Palm Beach man Thomas Ray Sandell and two other village residents have been scheduled for trial the week of Feb. 26. 1969. on charges of violation of the barbiturates and narcotics laws. Sandell. 31. John Thomas Munn. 28. and Sandra Jean Neal. 21. all of 741 Orchard Drive, arraigned earlier, were charged Oct. 21 with possession of marijuana and barbiturates following a search of the house. Sandell is also charged with buying or receiving stolen property. Munn and Miss Neal are free on $3,000 bond each and Sandell is free oil $4,000 bond. 1 dVscoJnts llS f l W1 f"! Hii iH' s mm. - wwwwWkJiM-KWW9PM Ss5 ing of a "Crusade for Justice with Order" Dec. 5. Entertainer Bob Hope, whom Palmer described as the only major person in the country who is noncontroversial. will go on television to enlist 10 million Americans in the crusade. Palmer's organization is a research group formed by 4.000 major U.S. industries. He said the group had drawn up a catalogue of 125 actions which individuals and groups can take to restore law and order in the United States. Palmer, former head of a major insurance firm, delivered an impassioned speech. In very personal terms, he told of the murder of his wife 13 months ago. She was stabbed to death in her home. The case is presently before the courts in New Jersey. Palmer said that the nation's "internal security problem transcends our external security problems. "Out of eight cases of crime, there is only one case in which there is apprehension of the criminal, prosecution and punishment." he said. Palmer did not disclose specific actions to be taken by the public in restoring law and order. He told newsmen later, however, one example was in Indianapolis. Ind.. where 50.000 women are monitoring the courts and the police and have brought about significant changes. "The trouble in this country is that only 10 per cent of the people are organized and are articulate. The other 90 per cent need to be organized and need leadership." he said. Delegates to the convention, attended by about 650 publishers from 14 southern states, wives and associated industry guests, also heard from Richard L. Wilson, chief of the Cowles Publications Washington Bureau. Wilson said he looked with "darkest forbodings" on the ability of the new administration under Richard M. Nixon to cope with the question of law and order because of the complexities of the problem. "The Nixon administration is in for a very hard time," Wilson predicted. He said the new federal government also was in for a lot of "fiscal hard knocks" in the next four years. "What we may need most in this country from the new administration is a waiting period, a cooling off period," the Washington newsman said. The sessions will continue through Wednesday noon under the direction of SNPA president Robert M. Heder-man Jr., Jackson, Miss., 15.000. of 15.000 to 50.000. and of over 50.000. Cecil B. Kelley of West Palm Beach will represent the Palm Beach Post-Times at the session for publishers in the last category. The convention, marking the 65th of the association's annual conventions, concludes tomorrow with special committee reports and elections of new officers and directors. Kitty's Motion A scheduled Monday hearing in Circuit Court to consider a motion for a new trial for Mrs. Bertha "Kitty'' Randall has been postponed until Jan. 20. The hearing was scheduled before Judge Culver Smith, but was delayed since her attorney, Garlon Davis, is still sick in the hospital. Mrs. Randall, the former COUPON SPECIALS PRICED... BELOW OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! 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Evenings - Open Daily Mon. Thru Sat. WASHINGTON (UPI) -Agriculture Secretary Orville L. Freeman announced Monday he is considering a national sugar consumption quota of 10 6 million tons for 1969. The Agriculture Department said all interested parties may offer comments on the proposal until Dec. 10. A final determination, will be made after that date. The consumption quota is set annually under the U.S. Sugar Act. Once set. it is divided into shares for domestjc and foreign producers. Under the new 1969 proposal, quoeas of 6.610.000 short tons of raw sugar would be allocated to domestic producers including growers in Hawaii. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The remaining three. 990.000 tons would be divided among 31 foreign countries. Quotas for Louisiana-Florida sugar cane growers would be 1.134.667 tons. The quota for domestic beet growers would be 3.120.333 tons. Hawaii would get 1.200.000 tons; Puerto Rico 1.140.000 tons; and the Virgin Islands 15.000 tons. Freeman's proposal would limit imports from foreign countries during the first three months of 1969 to .W.0O0 ions plus any amount imported late this year as an advance against 1969 quotas For the second quarter of 196!) imports would be limited to the difference between the final amount charged to the first quarter and a total six-month ceiling of 1.9 million tons. Officials said the six-month and three-month limits were needed because foreign suppliers otherwise would tend to market most of their quota early in the year in order to make savings on carrying charges. County Orders Laws Compiled Palm Beach County attorneys and other persons who have to deal with specific county laws passed by the state legislature are going to find things a lot easier next year. 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