POLITICAL NOTES: Rockefeller-Stratton?

Heading eastward on a business trip, Illinois' Republican Governor William G. Stratton decided to add another stop to his itinerary under the heading of special business. Stratton phoned New York's Republican Senator Jacob Javits, an old friend from service in the 80th Congress, asked Javits to arrange a quiet meeting in his Manhattan apartment. There Illinois' Stratton, who would like to be Vice President of the U.S., chatted secretly for two hours with New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller, who made a special trip down from Albany to see him.

Back home last week, Stratton told about the meeting. They had...

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