Eisenhower Demurs on Endorsing Nixon
January 17, 2010 | 8:00 am
On the frontiers of medicine …
Above, a news analysis of President Eisenhower’s refusal to make a formal endorsement of Vice President Richard Nixon in the presidential race.
Below, Eisenhower’s comments from the Jan. 14, 1960, Times.
The Times announces that it plans to carry a column by Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.)
Braven Dyer interviews Eugene "Big Daddy" Lipscomb, a former Ram playing for the Colts. Later a defensive tackle for the Steelers, Lipscomb died in 1963 of an apparent drug overdose.
|Jan. 17, 1960: Times book editor Robert R. Kirsch writes: “Errol Flynn's ‘My Wicked, Wicked Ways’ is "revealing, candid and lusty; Flynn names names and places. And if you are interested in the low life in the high places of Hollywood, you won't be disappointed. But the book is more revealing, perhaps unintentionally, in other, more important matters, which I would, for lack of a better term, call the pathos of prominence.”|