The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 135
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 135

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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I . : n C A VJ y ii ' ?' J. :.' ttfii'iri'MiHi ' iijucdc jn retired IfllLIlL III ma'rried couple m good health needs RETIRE GRIME CITY "M Montreal, Quebec, has deteriorated into one of the most notorious crime centers in North America. The Mafia has moved into the picturesque Canadian metropolis in large numbers, has taken over gambling, dope, and prostitution. Between February and October of this year, 30 people, most of them linked with the underworld, have been murdered in Montreal's gangland warfare. Explains inspector Richard Masson of tho police homicide squad: "The murders are battles over control of protection, prostitution, narcotics, and other facets of fulfilling the illegal wants of Canadian society." a cash income of about is the most expensive city in the nation for a retired couple, requiring about $5000 per year. Baton Rouge, La., offering an equal amount of sun, provides a good standard of living for about $3500. Retirement income generally goes farthest in the smaller cities of the Southeast, goes least in Honolulu, Anchorage, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Hartford, Cleveland, and Chicago. $4000 a year to maintain a decent standard of living in urban U.S.A. The estimates come from the Institute of Life Insurance via a recent U.S. Department of Labor report covering the cost of food, clothing, entertainment, etc. These costs vary from place to place. Honolulu (4) too much money goes into program overhead and bureaucracy, not enough into food. wnnnQ m "In the last liUnUD lu five yars tho Tilt I'ilQC imaee of black Hit llluL men as victims of repression has been replaced in the public mind by black men as assailants and aggressors the black Viet Cong in the nation's midst. Police agencies around the country are stockpiling tear gas, grenades, shotguns and other diverse types of anti-riot, anti-rebellion and anti-crime equipment. "In other words the nation is steadily moving toward a military solution of a social organization, just as the United States in Vietnam stumbled into an all-out war. "The great fallacy of politics and political opinion in 1968 is that police action can prevent or can control disorder in the cities. But America has no more the ability to conduct a successful pacification program in the ghettos of its cities than in Vietnamese hamlets. "Either the separate black and white communities become one, or our cities will become shambles, the black and white ghettos armed camps, and the business districts a no man's land." From the speech of Mayor Richard Hatcher, a Negro, of Gary, Ind.. at De Pauw University, Oct. 11, 1968. HUIIEER, U.S.A. least six federal programs and countless state programs to combat hunger in the U.S.A. Yet an estimated 10 million U.S. citizens go to bed hungry every night. In the world's richest nation, why? Possible reasons: (1) lack of coordination between the programs (2) poor food distribution (3) the food programs were originally organized to help rural families, but the greatest need is in he cities in many cases HE GREAT Almost everyone knows that under ERROR Adolf Hitler the Germans murdered 6 - ,y, Jk smf. ...L,..-...... i.-jMj A RAISE IN SALARY PLUS FRINGE BENEFITS. ID'S The Dutch government is planning to raise Queen Juliana' s salary to EST RICH million Jews. But how many people know that under Josef Stalin the Russians slaughtered from 15 to 20 million of their own countrymen? Robert Conquest, an English writer, provides the gory evidence in his new book, The Great Terror, published by Macmillan. Possibly the most shocking aspect of the Soviet system is that after 50 years under Communist rule, no Russian may yet publicly disagree with his government without being jailed or exiled. Pavel Mikhailovich Litvinov, grandson of the Soviet diplomat, and Larissa Daniel, wife of a Soviet writer, were both recently exiled for daring to say that in their opinion the Soviet invasion of friendly Czechoslovakia was wrong. All WON about $1.3 million per surtax on the income she derives from over $1 billion in investments. The Royal Dutch Family has tremendous holdings in New York City real estate, IBM, Standard Oil of New Jersey, Shell Oil, du Pont, the Dutch Trading Company, KLM, a wide variety of shipping, mining, and investment corporations. The only monarch who rivals Queen Juliana in personal wealth is possibly Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain. year. As part of the deal Juliana will have to pay for the upkeep of her palaces and 110 employees. The government, however, has agreed to pay her $1 million for her country palace at Sestdijk and pay salaries to a 30-man staff. In return, however, Juliana may have to pay

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