Kennedy is Doing His Homework
?Jgj86, CLOVtS ygftjBjOtttNAt, Kennedy Is ing His Homework CHICAGO (UPD- Sen. John P. <cnnedy did his homework Satui- i lay in preparation for his vide television debate Monday j Sight with Vice President Richard vt. Nixon, An aide said Kennedy planned o spend most of the weekend i ludying his "Nixopcdia," a col-jly ection of statements by Nixon ince his arrival in Washington, The senator, however, will in- errujjt his weekend strategy ses- ion briefly Sunday for a flight to Cleveland where he'll address a 'steer, roast," a political picnic .ponsored by the local Democra- ic organization. Kennedy will return return here Sunday night and re- lume his study for the TV debate Ivith Nixon. The debate, under an Inent reached two weeks ago. will j |>e confined to domestic affairs. he candidates agreed to a void; eference in the first debate to| oreign affairs, because of thc] urrent UN meeting in New However, Kennedy was known' o feel that it. would be difficult •"•• *-( steer entirely clear of the for-j Ther**_i»i____ •. »_ __»_i ign field because it Is so inter-! elated with domestic issues. Kennedy will open the debate 1 >eginning at 8:30 est Monday .nth an eight-minute speech, with Jixon following for an equal a- nount of time.