The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 5, 1968 · Page 8
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 8

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, November 5, 1968
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& Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1968 System Pools Voting Results VOTE FOU ROBERT C. johhsoh Are you feci ip Your best guarantee of responsible leadership from a man tested and proven in public office. COUNTY COMMISSIONER REPUBLICAN ML Pol d ewA. Com. Trtw. ODD with a WlllflER!: so (C) 1MK Nn York Tl mm Nnn Service NEW YORK An army of 125,000 citizens working temporarily as press reporters will collect, tabulate, tally and distribute through a sophisticated computer system, the vote in all 50 states of the United States in today's national and state elections. The organization, NEWS election service, was set up in 1964 to serve as a vote count pool for all the mass media, newspapers, radio and television stations. Sponsors of the service are the Associated Press and United Press International, newspaper, radio and television news services; and the network television and radio news organizations of the American Broadcasting Co., Columbia Broadcasting System and the National Broadcasting Co. NEWS election service is the sole source of early up-to-the-minute returns in all elections of national interest. The service was organized in 1964 to produce a single, accurate set of returns. It offers no analysis or interpreta- tion; this is left to its news service and broadcast stations. Its aim is to produce the fastest count possible, consistent with accuracy. The emphasis is on accuracy. Many safety checks are built into its reporting and tabulating system to prevent reporting, tabulating and distributing errors. From precincts and from county headquarters votes will go to computers at seven regional collector centers, in New York, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Manning the centers are about 3,000 people recruited by the task force division of the Statistical Tabulating Corp., an independent data processing company. From the regional centers results are fed to a pair of sophisticated computer systems in New York. At the system's heart is the precinct reporter perhaps a number of a civic group, a church worker, a teacher, a local business man or a polling place official. The national center, the regional centers and local tabulation centers are hooked into the news services' teletype grids covering the country. rati nan going m think if to for adiange? ooo I! For Sheriff Take CLINTON E. RED TAYLOR Democrat LEVER 23-B i j i ! J 1 ! J J 1 1' I 1 J J Pd. Pol. Adv. MVM 100,000 Brazilians Hail Queen, Prince WSm What Keeps the Wheels SALVADOR, Brazil (UPI) More than 100,000 persons Sunday greeted Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip as the British royal couple rode through this former colonial capital in sweltering heat. An umbrella over the queen In the open car protected her from the sun and 84 degree heat during the 2 hour visit. She arrived in Brazil Friday. The queen Sunday wore a sleeveless green and pink empire line dress with a floating organza overskirt. The couple attended services in the 115-year-old Bahia British Church where Chaplain John Vallensis, an American Episcopalian clergyman, officiated. going around ? AMERICAN "KNOW HOW" AMERICAN ENTERPRISE AMERICAN BANKS Admiral, Editor Duel In Argentina the officers of Security Exchange Bank welcome an opportunity to discuss your Business or your Commercial Loan Requirements BUENOS AIRES (AP) Adm. Benigno Varela and newspaper editor Zolivan Bi-glieri crossed swords in Argentina's first reported duel in many years. The retired admiral challenged Biglieri after his paper criticized him. Biglieri nicked the admiral's left cheek and ear. Varela scored to the editor's right cheekbone. They were eager to continue, but their seconds ruled that honor hadbeensatis-ficd and stopped the match. lii- mwmmi J I SAY IT'S TIME I SAY IT'S TIME Your Full Service Bank J. DIXIE HWY. AT BELVEDERE ID. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA for a new policy in Viet Nam that will end the war. We're the strongest nation in the world yet we've been bogged down for years because we have not backed up our men with effective use of our air and sea power. 28,000 American boys have lost their lives, the cost through this year is $95 billion. Let's get it over with! I SAY IT'S TIME to stop being soft on law-breakers. This terrible increase in crime and violence must stop. We must have order. We must treat criminals and rioters like the criminals they are. Let's make our streets and homes safe again! to balance the budget. That's your tax money the Administration is spending so recklessly, $80 billion of red ink deficits. I SAY IT'S TIME for a new team in Washington. The old welfare giveaway programs just aren't working. My opponent was a key member of the Johnson-Humphrey team. He offers a carbon copy, rubber stamp of more of the same. This Johnson-Humphrey Administration has run up a total deficit of $80 billion. Result, serious inflation and higher prices that hurt everyone. Let's stop this reckless spending. I pledge to fight for change for new solutions. But I need your help. I need your vote. Together we can make America great again. Ed Gurney We interrupt our regular schedule to bring you America's future. 3rt CD) UP 3D IT'S TIME WE PUT OUR BEST MEN WHERE THEY CAN DO THE MOST GOOD... IT'S TIME FOR... LIVE, LOCAL COLOR COVERAGE DIRECT FROM THE SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE . . . LIVE NATIONAL COLOR COVERAGE fa From 111 TIIE U.S. SENATE! watch your vote count! to::? on Paid for by Cumay For Sinatt Committer, Duka Critttndan, Chairman, Republican WEATTV

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