The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 2, 1968 · Page 12
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

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Saturday, November 2, 1968
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12 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday. Nov. 2. 1968 Dairy Entry Nets SI, 500 IMIMUM M OTH-K LAKE WORTH RESIDENTS. PHONE REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS, 585-5439 if you need transportation to the Polls to vote November, 5 th Lightsey said the money was in a box Inside the cabinet. The box was also taken. There were indications the burglar used gloves after he entered the office. Humphrey Lauds Dissent; Nixon Urges Buildup; Wallace Hopeful PALM BEACH COUNTY I : j ? 1 OKEECHOBEE A break-In at the McArthur Jersey dairy farm office, located about 13 miles north of here off Highway 441, Friday netted an apparent lone thief approximately $1,500, according to sheriff John W.Collier. The burglary was discovered by Mitchell Green, dairy manager, who told chief deputy Clifton Lightsey the money was taken from a metal cabinet. Entrance to the office was made by breaking a window on the north side of the office. There are a number of large machines that are In operation all of the time, Lightsey explained, that made It impossible for workmen nearby to hear the crash of breaking glass. There were indications the thief knew what he was looking for, as the stolen cash was In the office for the weekly payroll. It had been received Thursday for the following day's payroll. Secretary of State Dean Rusk said the President was not politically motivated. "He did not expedite the decision, he did not delay it, for Internal reasons," Rusk told a Washington news conferece. The Louis Harris poll said that Humphrey had climbed to within three percentage points of Nixon in a survey conducted Oct. 27-28, before the bombing halt decision. This was a two point drop in Nixon's lead. Harris gave Nixon 40 per cent, Humphrey 35 per cent and Wallace 16' per cent, a drop of five points from Humphrey, in his speech prepared for the Chicago rally, praised people who once opposed the Vietnam policies he defended. "Those brave men who led dissent last spring have made their mark on policy, have helped the search for peace, are coming home and justice once more is the cause that binds us," he said. Wallace discussed the President's decision w a speech in Asheville, N.C., before flying to Chicago. He said he hoped Johnson was right but if negotiations fail "we ought to wind It up militarily." "If you elect me president and Gen. Curtis LeMay vice president we are not going to stay In Vietnam forever," Wallace told a rally of about 8,000 persons. LeMay said In Nashville, Tenn., that the nation had "no choice but to back the president In his decision" but added that he could "only be pessimistic" about the chances that the move would bring a peace settlement. LeMay added: "It is also not beyond the realm of possibility that this is a deliberate attempt (by Johnson) to influence the election. I sincerely hope not." MEW? REP. PD. POL. ADV. PD. FOR Br CAMPAIGN TREAS. Woman Pedestrian Is Traffic Fatality Hubert H. Humphrey relumed Friday to the city where his quest for the presidency began, saying, "Some; things happened in Chicago and at our convention that I'm not proud of and that' you're not proud of." The vice president, approaching the end of his campaign, planned to ride in a torchlight parade from Chicago's Loop to the West Side Stadium, the traditional campaign climax arranged by Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley. At the same time and five miles away, in the International Amphitheater, the Hall in which Humphrey was nominated. George C. Wallace scheduled his own campaign rallv. Richard M. Nixon campaigned through Texas, where the outcome was thought to be extremely close, calling Humphrey one of the "fuzzy thinkers" who "are false prophets" and "will, if they have their way, get America Into war-not because they want war but because they don't understand how to keep the peace." He called for an American armed force "so modern and so powerful" that it would never be challenged in combat. The political polling organizations sent their interviewers to work trying to assess the political effects of President Johnson's decision to halt the bombing of North Vietnam. Said pollster Oliver Quayle: "During past months we have asked whether people would approve or disapprove of a halt. Generally, there has been more disapproval. I refuse to say whether the halt now is going to affect the 8S!0DQ35IQS7 a Jamaican vacation told officers his car was hemmed in by traffic on both sides of the four-lane highway and he was unable to avoid hitting the woman. No charges were filed against Marks. Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. At -95 What's Coing On FORT PIERCE A 69-year-old Vero Beach woman became Fort Pierce's eighth traffic fatality and St. Lucie County's 26th, early Friday afternoon. Mrs. James A. Allaire of 1855 49th Ave. was crossing U.S. 1 near the Gardenia Avenue intersection, to join her husband at a store directly across the highway, when she was struck by a car driven by Abraham Marks, 79, of 4002 Avenue N. Marks told police officers he saw Mrs. Allaire crossing the street and then saw her stop to permit a car to pass, when she walked directly into his path. Four witnesses collaborated Marks' story, according to Police OfficerTom Myer. Mrs. Allaire was dead on arrival at Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital. Marks, who was returning to Fort Pierce with his wife from Hurt In lirawl ISTANBUL (UPD-Fifteen persons were reported injured Friday in a brawl between some 500 leftwing and right-wing students in the garden of Istanbul University. Police said the fight started when students gathered to sing the national anthem before classes. REID SATURDAY WEST PALM BEACH "Odum" (festival) dance, sponsored by the Organization for Afro-American Affairs, Palm Beach Junior College student activities center, 8 p.m. Car washes, sponsored by Kappa Rho chapter of Phi Theta Pi fraternity of the Uni-' versity of Palm Beach; proceeds to the Samuel Notokoff Scholarship Fund; two location: Boulevard American Service Station, S. Dixie and Belvedere Road; Riddle's Auto Service, 2900 Okeechobee Blvd. City-wide Clean-up Campaign, sponsored by the Catholic Youth Organization of the Palm Beaches, all day. VERO BEACH Seventh Annual Junior Orange Bowl Queen Contest, New Community Center. BOYNTON BEACH Turkey shoot, sponsored by Boynton Beach Jaycees; proceeds to be used to beautify Jaycee Park; Jaycee Park, S. 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