Illinois' Governor Adlai Stevenson, considered one of the top Democratic presidential prospects if Harry Truman doesn't run, last week spoke up on the subject. At a Democratic Jackson Day dinner in Springfield, Stevenson said: "This is the season of our political cycle when men dream dreams and see visionsmostly of the White House. Well, I'm not one of them.
"I want to run for governor of Illinoisand that's all.
"And I want to be re-elected governorand that's all.
"And I want to finish some work we have under way here in Illinoisand that's all."...