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THE SUNDAY STAR
Wttwteo, 0. C., Jewry IS, 1961
1
Mitchell Throws Hat :
Into New Jersey Race !
* Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell announced yesterday
he*wiH seek the Republican nomination for Governor of New
Jeney this spring.
Hi* announcement promised a free-for-all battle in the
state’s April primary.
♦ ■ Three State Senators already have announced their can-
didacy—Walter H. Jones of
Bergen County, the moat solid
Republican stronghold in the
State; Charles W. Sandman
of’ Cape May County, and
Wtame Dumont, ir M of Warren
Several others, including Ba
sex County (Newark) Sheriff
Nail O. Duffy, have indicated
they were interested in seeking
the nomination.
Case Attacked
~JEven before Mr. Mitchell’s
announcement he had drawn
fire from the three State Sen
ators. They also attacked Sen
ator Clifford P. Case, who won
aiToverwhelming victory for re
election last November, charg
ing that the Senator pas try
ing to run the State from
Washington.
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cemlng the anticipated Mitch
ell announcement, Mr. Jones
said “this is a calculated, de
termined, Hitler-like tactic.
Ttere is resentment from ev
eryone in the State about the
take-over.”
Mr. Sandford charged that
Senator Case wu trying to
unite’ the party behind Mr.
Mitchell but “instead is doing
a pretty good job of destroy
i Ing the party.”
. Senator Case’e office 'said
yesterday he would make no
formal statement until tomor
i row on Secretary Mitchell's
- candidacy. Aides indicated,
■ however, that the Senator
■ probably would support Mr.
i Mitchell
Earlier last week Senator
■ Case was. asked about repotts
that he was urging Mr. Mitch- :
ell to seek the nomination. He
said that at that time he had
not done so.
The Labor Secretary has
been maneuvering behind the
scenes for backing and his an
nouncement was taken as an
Indication that he feels he has
enough to win the primary
battle. Three New Jersey Re
publican Representatives—Ca
bin of the First, Freylinghuysen
and Mrs. Florence P. Dwyer of
the Sixth—have announced
their support of him. Others
are expected to get behind his
candlcacy.
Indorsed by President
President Eisenhower has
urged his Cabinet members to
remain active in politics. At
the last Cabinet meeting Fri
day he Indorsed the Mitchell
candidacy and Is said to have
given Mr. MitcheU hie first
campaign contribution—a 1100
bill. : ,
Gov. Robert B. Meyner. a
Democrat, is barred under New
Jersey law from seeking a third
four-year term. The post pays
130.000 annually and offers use
of the Governor's Mansion at
Princeton.
In his announcement yester
day, Mr. Mitchell declared:
“I shall not offer any plea
san-sounding cure-alls, how
ever fashionable such panaceas
have become in political cam-
paigns. Our problems must be
met with drive, imagination,
idea*, sklU. and hahrd work.
These I am prepared to offer
because I am convinced that
the best politics is to do a good
job.”
Mr. MitcheU called for a
"strong, united Republican par
ty in our State,” to assure a
victory in November. He did
net disetose plans for his cam
paign organization. He declared
that his main purpose in de
ciding to seek the nomination
was “to help improve the qual
ity of administration of our
State government so that it
may become a more effective
instrument for service to our
people. *
Noting that New Jersey Is one
of the most highly Industrial
ized states and also has an im
portant agricultural economy.
Mr. MitcheU promised that as
governor he would “use to the
fullest the powers of the office
to acheive an accelerated eco
nomic growth, industrial sta
; bllity and a higher standard
I of living for all our citizens.’’
i.
J Soviets in Ethiopia
LONDON, Jan. 14 (API
■ Two groups, of Soviet experts
have arrived in Addis Ababa,
■ Moscow radio reports, to help
■ Ethiopia buUd industrial estab
i lishments and supervise con-
■ structlon of a technical school.
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