People, Jul. 25, 1960

Boston's sprightly Richard Cardinal Gushing recalled that "months ago" he had predicted that Jack Kennedy would be the Democratic presidential nominee. After that, he made no more political auguries. But in Milwaukee last week he foresaw, fairly safely, Richard Nixon's nomination by the G.O.P. next week. His view of the contenders: "Both good campaigners and very capable." As His Eminence sees it, religion will not be a legitimate issue in the campaign. "The people are in a mood to hear the issues discussed rather than personalities and some other nonsense."

Australian-born Actress Judith...

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