DEMOCRATS: The Hungry Eye

With the help of his smooth-running national organization, Presidential Aspirant John Fitzgerald Kennedy keeps a hungry eye on every likely delegate to the Democratic National Convention, strikes the pose of a man picking up entire state delegations in a dead-sure grip. But last week Jack Kennedy settled for a half-loaf of delegates in California (81 votes) and a half-grip on Kansas (21 votes), while his hungry-eyed associates insisted that this was all he ever wanted.

Kennedy men had long hinted that Kennedy might enter California's June Democratic primary against Governor Edmund Brown, if "Pat" Brown did not give their candidate...

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