CAMPAIGNS: Compressed Air

Sometimes by day, sometimes by night, towns and villages of Pennsylvania last week shuddered as a gigantic Voice suddenly bellowed at them from on high. Its volume was as the volume of a political host heard over a hundred massed loudspeakers. Actually it was the voice of one man, very much alone, the Rev. Reginald B. Naugle, an extroverted middle-aged Lutheran preacher.

In 1935 he ran for mayor of Philadelphia. Now he is running for the U. S. Senate, sole candidate of a "Pathfinder Party," excoriating the Wagner Act and the C. I....

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