The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 4, 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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Monday, November 4, 1968
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12 Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 Democrat Paul Rogers claims to be an "Independent Conservative" but facts and pictures speak louder than words. In 1 964 Rogers backed the LBJ-HHH ticket. In 1968, he backs Mill again??? rtttf This letter signed by Rogers proves that, in 1964, as a loyal team member of the present administration, Rog- actively supported the T f .i Vio in' . W ers LBJ-HHH ticket in every possible way. In 1964, Rogers Y3dm 4 ..- rged us to go All the Way with LBJ and HHH." fjvZ I JE$r - f ( 1 1 fc;& J "" ."' ..-"' HKfrEi 1 Skipper Mystery Unsolved HAMILTON, Bermuda ( UPI Flags gaily fluttering, the gleaming cruise liner Argentina slipped out of the harbor Saturday shrouded in mystery amid reports Its captain lost in rough seas In the Windward Passage had been "a sick man." The $26 million luxury ship puto sea bound for New York where It was scheduled to dock this morning after a two-week Caribbean area cruise. Aboard was a team of Investigators for Moore-McCor-mack Lines seeking to unravel the mystery surrounding the disappearance of its master, Capt. Charles G. Reid, 42, of New York City. Before the ship left, its officers met with the missing captain's wife, Rachel, who flew here from New York City as did the investigators. Company officials declined to comment except to say Reid was lost at sea Wednesday in the narrow Windward Passage between Cuba and Haiti sometime after the Argentina left Kingston, Jamaica, bound for Hamilton, where It docked Friday. Visitors and newsmen were barred from the ship In Hamilton harbor and a marshal-at-arms was stationed at the gangway to keep the curious away. However, passengers Interviewed ashore said Reid was "a sick man" with ear trouble which might have affected his equilibrium and caused him to fall overboard. A number of mysterious elements remained unexplained however. Commercial Voice Makes 25,000th NEW YORK (AP) Allen Swift, leading voice specialist in the field of radio and television commercials, who entered the field in 1954 when he portrayed the voices of all the puppets on the "Howdy Doody Show", is celebrating his 25,000th commerlcal this week. In his career Swift has done the "voices" for everything from soup to nuts literally. Among his sponsors have been manufacturers of canned soups, automobiles, toothpaste and peanuts, and he has even done the "voice" of a mailbox, a pencil and a dog. On the serious side, Swift dubbed the voice of former President Elsenhower In the movie, "The Longest Day", '68 tws ' Rogers' refusal to sign pledge (signed by Bob Rust) is a proves that in 19b, i loyal team member of Rosers present administration, cannot oppose HIM! Z" 1 A i' lW.'"C W For a real change in Washington, vote for a conservative Republican BOB RUST "The Right Man for Right Now!" - American Conservative Coalition P.O. Box 361 Coronado, Calif. 92118 Brig. General William C. Lemly, Chairman &0 U II 1 1 n I A I rvifinfiftl Tested and Proven in B j Public Office S f A v'''"' , I II itfflnm. mi rr r iiiirm -.iniirr " rif n. mmm m -....i nr -,i rn.r ininrr-m- - - 1rT - t r . .i,.,rrM ,.,n, .,1 -k Veteran V.F.W. American Legion Mayor of take Worth University Graduate Experience in Law Enforcement Businessman mm Church Lay Leader Director, Palm Beach County Council for the Aging k Civic Leader Parent

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