By William O'Shaughnessy
AirWAVES!, a suite of greater than thirty years of editorials and remark given by way of William O'Shaughnessy, features a large spectrum of Westchester lifestyles, from politics to only undeniable citizens.O'Shaughnessy, hailed The Squire of Westchester,by former governor Mario Cuomo, brings jointly a retrospective for the Golden Apple, Westchester County, supplying the reader with not just a slice of his articulate type and swish character, but additionally an historiography of occasions and happenings in and round the county.
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November 1966 Page 6 Election Day Dawns I've done variations of this editorial every election day for the last thirty-five years. Election Day in Westchester. The day of decision dawns. After all the rhetoric, after all the debate, the charges and countercharges after all the promises, platforms, and posturing, comes your turn. For only fifteen precious hours, which began at six o'clock this cold morning, until nine this evening, comes this opportunity the franchise only Americans enjoy to such an extraordinary degree to favor or reject those candidates, proposals, and propositions that will present themselves when you enter the voting booth.
When his voice cracked, we offered him some Life Savers, which he declined. Instead, he fished in the pocket of his rumpled English suit and came out with a tin box of throat lozenges. Taking one, he launched into his message to his neighbors in Westchester which now has, in addition to all the big homes and estates, close to nine hundred thousand people. "We've got a lot of problems in this state and in the suburbs," he said. "The railroads have got to be saved. " Fortunately, the governor's voice held up.
He knows that Governor James Rhodes of Ohio is doing what he did four years ago waiting until the night before, only to nominate Barry Goldwater. It is going to be so close for Rockefeller, they were saying last night, that Governor Walter Hickel of Alaska could decide this thing. And so, Stone Crab Joe notwithstanding, all is not bleak because, instead of Les Arends and Gerald Ford picking the nominee, a man named Hickel from Alaska could choose the successor to Abraham Lincoln. But it sure is hot in Miami Beach in August.