POLITICAL NOTES: Who's for Whom, Oct. 24, 1960

¶ Arkansas' Winthrop Rockefeller, Nelson's younger brother, Bobo's former husband, and biggest wheel in the drive to bring industry to Arkansas, took to radio and TV to announce for Nixon-Lodge in an attempt to get a two-party system going in Orval Faubus' one-party state. ¶ Aging (87) David O. McKay, "Prophet, Seer and Revelator" as well as president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sat side by side with Vice President Nixon (in the company of Mormon Apostle Ezra Taft Benson) in the church office in Salt Lake City and said: "I sat by your competitor...

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