POLITICAL NOTES: Straws in the Wind

¶ Iowa's Democratic Governor Herschel Loveless, who has a vice-presidential gleam in his eye, made an unscheduled sortie across the Mississippi to Moline, Ill., for a testimonial dinner for Massachusetts, hard-running Senator Jack Kennedy. Asked if this meant an endorsement, Loveless smiled and replied: "You can say that rumor has it so." ¶ In Washington later, Senator Kennedy, having acknowledged privately that he might ultimately find himself Adlai Stevenson's vice-presidential candidate, let the word out that he entertains no vice-presidential ambitions for himself. ¶ Oregon's stormy Senator Wayne Morse, violent anti-Kennedyite and the capital's most accomplished collector of enemies,...

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