Political Notes: Who's for Whom

> In a slightly backhanded way, Henry Ford came out for Republican Robert Griffin for U.S. Senator from Michigan. Ford said that he would not vote for Democrat G. Mennen Williams even if he were running for "dogcatcher of Grosse Pointe."

> In California, John McCone, former CIA chief, came out for Ronald Reagan for Governor.

> A polyglot group of California radicals known as the "New Left" black balled both Reagan and Democratic Governor Pat Brown, urged the electorate to vote instead for the memory of Pope John, "the cat who dug...

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