April 1960
New Yorker;4/30/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p38
The article presents a biography of William J. vanden Heuvel, a Democratic candidate for Representative from the Seventeenth Congressional District. Heuvel was born in Rochester and used to work as a clerk for Donovan law firm when he was studying in Cornell Law School. He entered the Air Force as a lieutenant and became personal assistant to the Ambassador to Thailand. He worked as special counsel to a governor in Albany in 1958 and pursued the various cons and pros of the legislation.


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