The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 4, 1968 · Page 34
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 34

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, November 4, 1968
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34-Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 Lindbergh's Son Enjoys Wildlife (UNtwTwtTiaMiNmgervtc ested in conservation, Charles TAIPEI. Taiwan Sitting a. Lindbergh Jr. recalled sto- in a hotel room here recently ries his father told of a boy- with i group of people Inter- hood In Minnesota when it was still Indian territory. "My father hunted wildlife," he said. "The woods were full of game and the sky black with ducks. His stories fascinated me. But one generation afterwards, there was no big game. I envied my dad for this." It was to the stories his father told that Lindbergh traced his interest in conservation. His Interest was heightened, he said, when as a young flier he saw from the air how forest lines were receding bofore human inva- py Bob DeYoung t ) Republican For .-wSw State Senate l 1 Dist. 35 NM.i,t. i BOB RUST Endorsed by RALPH DE TOLEDANO Nationally known conservative columnist Vice-Chairman of the American Conservative Union On the National Board of Trustees of Americans for Constitutional Action sions in the United States. Now active with the World Wildlife Fund and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Lindbergh combines business trips for Pan American World Airways, of which he is a director, with visits to influential people on behalf of conservation efforts. Lindbergh spent a week on Taiwan, which he said was among the critical parts of the world In its need for wildlife refuge areas. He learned that there is no guarantee that Taiwan's huge cypress trees will be saved from extinction; loggers are felling them In great numbers. He was told that the cjpuded leopard, last seen here four years ago, Is probably extinct. Taiwan has no national parks as defined by international standards. : VOTE FOB ROBERT C. TERMITES? CALL T0I.1ASELL0 585.2551 FOR (OWPUTt PEST CONTBOL SiRVICt MEMBER OF HE NATtONAl ST CONKOl ASSOCIATION :Call 585-1717 1 For Transportation to Polls COUNTY COMMISSIONER REPUBLICAN SPECIAL TO FLORIDA NEWSPAPERS N. M. M. Mlk. Cany. Iim. BOB RUST (DUIOM Anfi-Tank Weapon Taken By Sheriff III ' 1MMISIM ThePalmllMthTimts Cubans a ouounoM I "" 1 Offer fpf' To Buy AS A CONSERVATIVE, THEREFORE, I AM SUPPORTING SOUND REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES, PARTICULARLY THOSE IN CLOSE RACES. MY CONSERVATIVE CREDENTIALS ARE GOOD. THOUGH I AM SPEAKING AS AN INDIVIDUAL, I AM VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE UNION AND ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF AMERICANS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL ACTION. WERE THE DIRECTORS AND TRUSTEES OF THESE TWO GREAT ORGANIZATIONS POLLED, THEY WOULD, I AM SURE, SECOND WHAT I AM SAYING. t iv 'es Bolifa Figures FOR THIS REASON, I AM ASKING THOSE WHO KNOW ME, OR KNOW OF ME, IN FLORIDA TO GO ALL-OUT FOR THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE BOB RUST IN THE NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT! .t.,VrV 7l::A Law Enforcement l1 'Mi """'""- WrJ Leadership I Given . . . i v7 xs-u . r. u-uml 'M Of""1""- By Ralph De Toledano AS NOVEMBER 5 APPROACHES, CONSERVATIVES ARE BECOMING INCREASINGLY AWARE THAT THE FUTURE OF THE UNITED STATES MAY REST WITH THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RATHER THAN AT 1600 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. THIS IS NOT TO SAY THAT THE PRESIDENCY IS UNIMPORTANT. BUT THE COUNTRY CANNOT SURVIVE A REPETITION OF THE CONTROL EXERCISED BY THE LIBERALS AND THE ULTRA-LIBERALS OVER THE HOUSE. VIOLENCE AND FEDERAL SPENDING ARE THE MAJOR ISSUES OF THIS CAMPAIGN, BUT A HOUSE DOMINATED BY THE DEMOCRATS WHICH MEANS THE LEFT-LABOR COALITION, CANNOT COPE WITH THESE PROBLEMS. NOR CAN A SHAKY ALLIANCE BETWEEN REPUBLICANS AND SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE DEMOCRATS HOLD THE LINE INDEFINITELY. THERE ARE TOO MANY POLITICAL PRESSURES WORKING AGAINST IT. ONLY A LARGE REPUBLICAN MAJORITY, REINFORCED BY CONSERVATIVE SENTIMENT THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY, CAN BEGIN TO RESTORE TO THE HOUSE ITS FORMER PRESTIGE AND ITS CONSTITUTIONAL ROLE IN BUDGET-WRITING AND ECONOMIC LEGISLATION. TO ACHIEVE THAT MAJORITY, CONSERVATIVES EVERYWHERE MUST DEVOTE THESE LAST DAYS OF THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO WINNING A VICTORY FOR SOUND REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. HOWEVER GREAT THE TEMPTATION MAY BE TO VOTE SENTIMENT OR HABIT, THIS MUST BE RESISTED. THE ISSUES ARE TOO IMPORTANT AND THE DANGER TOO GREAT TO SEE THIS AS ONE MORE "ELECTION AS USUAL." Long Sentences Cubans Convicted Vl fir Of Bolita Had IF I WERE A RESIDENT OF THAT DISTRICT, I WOULD BE CAMPAIGNING NIGHT AND DAY FOR THE ELECTION OF BOB RUST, A FIGHTING CONSERVATIVE WHO HAS SHOWN HIS METTLE IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE, WHO HAS AUTHORED TOUGH ANTI-CRIME LAWS AND WHO HAS THE EXPERIENCE GAINED AS A FEDERAL AND STATE PROSECUTOR. ? On r.-.i - vradOH 01 Bribing -AVNa- .,DaCV.e WILLIAM R. HEIDTMAN Sheriff Palm Beach County REPUBLICAN 1968 National Lawman of the Year Ifllln:if. --'--.-"1 L KiuIM'H" I The record reflects leadership .. . I He record reflects leadership w m fjr I I sm.,.. DrugAbuie " I .1 - Tl 1 I I 1. t J 10 FA ' II II fLI" " I BOB RUST WOULD BE A VALUABLE MEMBER OF THE CONSERVATIVE TEAM IN CONGRESS, AS OPPOSED TO ANY DEMOCRAT NO MATTER WHAT HIS MERITS OR DEMERITS WHO WOULD BE INEXTRICABLY A PART OF THE LEFT-LABOR MACHINE WHICH HAS THRUST UPON THIS COUNTRY THOSE ILLS WHICH CONSERVATIVES ARE TRYING TO END IN THIS ELECTION. 5heritT: MOT r.uu. Sheriff Seeks 'Outlaws' S: 1 ITo Be Jmportan ln Wix(W K Nrvt Wiilrni I nit ;S ;... Eri."." - q (nbni : . ""frirp M N. M. Ad paid to bp Mm MM Commiim to lull, Oi'm., tvu SykM w M No. ( fmLg I s hrx I THIS MISLEADING CIRCULAR I I HAS BEEN WIDELY DISTRIBUTED DESERVE ALL.THE TRUTH ! YOU l 2 0 0 o o All Palm Beach Republican Legislators campaigned in 1966 and 1967 against increasing your taxes I All Palm Beach Republican Legislators kept their promise to you and voted against increasing your sales tax to 4, and against increasing your beer, liquor and cigarette tax. The tax law referred to in the misleading circular was Senate Bill 113. Although your Palm Beach Republican Legislators voted against it, the Democrats passed it anyway, and now try to shift the blame for what they did I The facts are there: on final passage of the new sales tax law, 70 of the Democrats in the House and 89 of the Democrats in the Senate voted to increase your taxes I 3 4 HALF TRUTHS ARE WORSE THAN LIES . . . DON'T BE MISLED. BE SURE AND VOTE REPUBLICAN ON NOVEMBER 5 . PAID POLITICAL AO PAID BY REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN COORDINATING COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN . WILLIAM O. JAMEt TREASURER WILLIAM MAC OOWELL

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