People: Oct. 4, 1963

Widows of U.S. Senators sometimes make appealing Senators themselves: Oregon's Maurine Neuberger was appointed to fill out her husband Richard's term in 1960, went on to win another six years of her own. But the Senate's newest widow quickly put an end to any such speculation. Paris-trained Nancy Kefauver, 52, has always preferred painting to politics, and her whistle-stopping smiles were only surface-deep during the quarter century in which Estes Kefauver held first a House, then a Senate seat from Tennessee. She will remain in Washington, painting portraits on commission, and holding art...

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