..I cr;N-Auh...-t•Ss..0o—fsra•mr-oza, Kathleen joins her father for a quiet talk on the beach. "No, Mummy's not coming," the senator was explaining to Christopher. The children were plainly in a quandary. They wanted to go to Daddy's office and at the same time they wanted to go with Mummy when she drove the older children home from school. The driver had started the motor, and Mrs. Kennedy was pulling the two small boys from the car. "Oh, I thought they were coming to the office," the senator said. "No," Mrs. Kennedy said, "I'm going to take them to school." The senator then put it to them directly and sharply, "Are you going to school, children?" Both children answered. "Yes." "I thought you were going to the office, you rascals." he said. "Well, you come over here and kiss me good-bye. My God, I've been sitting here for ten minutes waiting for you; do you think you're going to get away with that all your life?" "Ye-e-e-e-s." the children said, running over and throwing their arms around their father. The senator told the driver to get started and, as the car moved off, the Kennedy sheepdog, Panda. set up a noise indicating that he didn't want to be left behind. The senator said Panda would be all right. The dog raced after us for a few mo- ments, then dropped out of sight. ❑ The dedicated young men and svelte mini-skirted girls of Kennedy's staff are deluged with memos and queries from him.
1967_08_26--028_SP At Home with Heir Apparent
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