NEW YORK: Amateur's Day

Visiting Manhattan last week to boost the National Fund for Medical Education, President Eisenhower took time as well to boost an old friend. Summoned to Ike's Waldorf-Astoria suite for 15 minutes of pleasantries and pictures was Robert Keaton Christenberry, 58, Republican candidate for mayor of New York in next week's election. Christenberry has had rough going battling the entrenched solidity of Incumbent Democrat Robert F. (for Ferdinand) Wagner Jr., who has served one four-year term, wants a second, has a good chance in Democratic New York City of getting what he wants....

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