The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 12
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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! w r Iff' Tp I - - ' w m -m- Palm Beach Post-Times Sunday, Nov. 3, 196-Alf Bob REID Presidential Candidates Forecast Victory DeYoung Republican For (BED have helped the search for wi cu peace; that they are coming hen Shopping home; and that Justice once u n t r j more Is the cause that binds Use " t.lassilied us." State Senate UlST. 33 WASHINGTON (AP) The campaign for the presidency rolled through its (Inal weekend Saturday with the usual last-gap oratorical flurries and the specter of an electoral college deadlock hovering over It. As their appeals for support echoed across the land, all three major candidates Democrat Hubert H. Humphrey, Republican Richard M. Nixon Pi TAX ASSESSOR PALM BEACH MALL WAILIE i LEfiiY and Independent George C. Wallace were predicting victory In Tuesday's election. Most polls and surveys p c-ed Nixon In the lead, but the political picture was clouded by President Johnson's decision last week to halt all bombardment of North Vietnam a development seen as possibly aiding a late Humphrey surge. There were continuing Indications, though, that Wallace's third party candidacy could prevent either Nixon or Humphrey from winning a majority of the electoral vote. If this happens and the deadlock remains unresolved, the choice of a president would be thrown into the House of Representatives for the first time in 144 years. Wallace hammered away at the law and order theme. Nixon said he was the one who could bring new leadership to the country. Humphrey proclaimed himself as the candidate who could unite a divided nation. All three said they would settle the Vietnam war. Outcome of the election could hinge on the big states of New York, California, Texas, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and Pennsylvania. Nixon and Humphrey concentrated on four of these states Saturday while Wallace, a campaign appearance In Missouri thwarted by bad flying weather, headed for a campaign wlndup in the Deep South. The Republican nominee stumped through Texas, sticking mostly' to Ills standard speech at'acklng Democrats as responsible for "the longest war In American history, the highest taxes in American history, the worst crime wave In American history, the highest increases in prices in a generation, the lowest respect for America we have ever had." In one new twist before heading for more appearances Nixon adde that the present administration had mismanaged the nation's space program, too. At the same time he was leveling this charge, Johnson was at his Texas ranch honoring the three Apollo 7 astronauts. Humphrey, campaigning in Youngstown, Ohio, responded by belittling Nixon's knowledge of the space program. "Mr. Nixon is a novice at the space program," Humphrey said. 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