POLITICAL NOTES: Campaigner at Work

Candidate John Kennedy emerged from the tidy city hall in Nashua, N.H. and walked down Main Street, smiling, shaking hands, waving as he went. A crowd of 100 chattering well-wishers flowed after him, and at his side. Royal Dion, a dry cleaner and local politico, kept up a round of introductions. The weather was snowy and cold; the crowd was in fine humor and distinctly pro-Kennedy. Passing Sardy's restaurant, Senator Kennedy paused to wave at the patrons through the steamy window, went on to accept the best wishes of a contingent of grocers at the California Fruit Market. In the...

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