People, Oct. 20, 1958

While Nelson Rockefeller paraded his best vote-luring grins on the hustings far north, brother Winthrop, the Arkansas cow baron, slouched into Dallas for the Texas State Fair, broadcast the joys of life as a simple farmer. "I never," he drawled, "want to go back to the city." Winnie, amiably noncommittal about his brother's try for New York Governor ("Most of my Democratic friends think Nelson has a real chance"), slyly dashed, for the time being, any stray ideas that he too might have political hankerings: "The state constitution requires that a man be a resident of Arkansas for seven years before...

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