REPUBLICANS: Ready for Running

REPUBLICANS Ready for Running

From Albany west to Corning, thence on to Niagara Falls, then the length of the state to Manhattan—630 airway miles in all—whizzed New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller last week, shaking hands, slapping backs, issuing a tireless stream of enthusiastic comment: "Great . . . Isn't this fun . . . Wonderfully exciting ..." Cried he, spotting a three-year-old girl at Niagara Falls: "Hi, sweetie pie. I wish I had your freckles." Promised he, speaking at a Republican State Committee dinner in Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria hotel: the same zestful formula that got him...

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