NORTH DAKOTA: Trouble for Gerald

North Dakota voters witnessed something new this week. As John Bricker's campaign special chuffed through the state, two Senatorial candidates clambered aboard. One was slick, slippery Gerald Prentice Nye, 51, the old-line, Old Guard isolationist who has warmed one of North Dakota's Senate seats for 19 long years. The other was bespectacled Lynn Upshaw Stambaugh, 54, whom Gerald Nye tossed out by 972 votes in a hot, three-cornered GOPrimary last June (TIME, July 10). Stambaugh, an able Fargo lawyer, onetime (1941-42) National Commander of the American Legion, a man who believes deeply in international cooperation, is running as an independent...

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