The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 9, 1952 · Page 3
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Taft's Views May Still Be In Majority By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON Iff)—Sen. Taft can afford to be calm about the kind j of support he gives Gen. Eisen-j hower. He is one of those fortunate | men who no longer has to be 1 troubled by ambition. He has abandoned hope for the one job he desired above all others: the presidency. It's unlikely Eisenhower, if the general wins, could offer Taft any other spot he likes as well as his present job in the Senate. No other could offer him such a. forum for his views and opinions, which he likes ro express. Since his first election to the Senate in] 1938 it has provided him with a means of trying to persuade people to his views. And he has a following which shares his views. He's a spokesman for it And his Senate job—he was elected in 1950 to a six-year term— is safe for another four years. Ee's 63 now. The fact that the majority of the Republican Party, as represented by delegates to the national convention, turned him down in favor of Eisenhower doesn't necessarily mean the majority doesn't share his views. It may have chosen the general because it thought he had a better chance of winning in November, although the party has turned Taft down three times now—in 1940, in 1948 and in 1952—for a crack at the presidency. This does not seem to have made even a slight dent in his thinking. He has indicated in no way that he has changed. And he knows he represents the thinking of many Republicans who might have preferred him as a candidate. .For two weeks now at least there has been increasing talk— on an on-again and off-again basis—that he was going to confer with Eisenhower who has apparently been anxious to have him campaign vigorously. Several times, without committing himself to any promises of beating the bushes for the man who .beat him in Chicago, Taft said he wants to talk with the general to learn his views and what he'd do if elected. This hesitancy of Taft's about making any strong promises of campaigning between now anc election on a big scale leaves the <3oor open for him to decline such a speaking tour if he doesn't hear from Eisenhower what he wants to hear. If Taft stays out of it and Eisenhower wins, the general's supporters will, it seems sure, try to topple Taft from his present position of Republican leader in the Senate. Gov. Stevenson has very clearly tried to make the most of this gap between Eisenhower and Taft, which would include their followers, by speaking derisively about the two Republican parties. But because of his important position in the Senate, because it's a forum which suits him, and because he seems to have no other ambition for high office, Taft can afford to stay cool while Eisenhower seeks his support. MRS. GEOKGE E. TATMAX, Platte City, is teaching sophomore English at Leavemvorth High School this year. She lives with her husband and two children, Georgeanne, 7, and Susan, 3, on a farm four miles north of Platte City. Mrs. Tatman taught two years at a laboratory school at the University of Missouri, and before that was a teacher at Platte City High School. She holds a BS in education from Central Missouri State Teachers College, Warrensburg, and an MA from the University of Southern California. In addition, she has had special work at Missouri and Northwestern University, Evanston, HI., in English and speech. (Everhard Photo) Dearborn W A. Dooley Large crowds attended the Buchanan-Platte Fox Hunters Meet. Each evening the huge tent where the programs were held were filled long before the program began. This Meet closed Saturday with the Variety Amateur program. Mrs. Donald Dean was in charge of these programs. Mr. and Mrs. James Moss o f Kansas City, Mo., visited his sister, Mrs. Simon Lamar and Mr. these reunions were held on the old Stafford farm two miles north of here in an old walnut grove. This farm is now owned by Mrs. Ora Stafford Dean. This was the 51st reunion. Mrs. Mary Maupin of Greenwich, Conn.; Mrs. Mary Stafford of St. Louis; Mrs. Anna Wilson of Perryton, Tex. are visiting relatives here and in St. Joseph this week. Mr. Fred Kirby of San Francisco and Mrs. Myrtle Richardson oj Chicago visited Mr. and Mrs. Mark Duncan and other relatives anc friends here the first of the week. Mrs. Alverta Frakes of North Carolina is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams. The house in which she was living in North Carolina was sold but Mrs. Frakes will return t o North Carolina as soon as her husband finds another house i n which to live. He is in the Army. The Faucett Baptist Church members have called the Rev. John Guimble who has been their pastor part time to full time beginning Sunday. The Rev. 0. R. Burnham will bring the message for the occasion. Sunday afternoon there will be dedication of the new parsonage. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson of Jefferson City, Mo. were recent visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Charles Means. Be- forefore her marriage, Mrs. Anderson was Miss Aremda Means. Mrs. J.L. Duncan and son who were called to Dearborn by the death of her brother, Evert Profit about two weeks ago left Tuesday for their home in Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Adkins of Edgerton, Mo. announce the marriage of their daughter, Beulah Frances to Richard E. Evert, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Evert of Gower, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Evert will make their home in Gower. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thomas of Hemple, Mo. visited at the home of E. R. Matney, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kindred of Smithville, Mo. were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Durham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Medsker of Agency, Mo. were guests o f Lamar and children the first the week. Gene Babcock and Ronney Fost- CARN1VVL By Dick Turnet THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Tuesday Evening, September 9,1952. Three Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guenther and son Larry of Leavemvorth called on their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Comvay Sr. Tuesday. Julius Meyer made a business trip to Kansas City Thursday morning. KANSAN TO PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE, R. I. Iff) — Dr. John Maxon, director of the University of Kansas Museum of Art, was named Tuesday as director of the Museum of Art of the Rhode Island School of Design. He will assume his new position on Nov. 1. He has been director of the Kansas museum since 1948 and chairman of the University of Kansas department of the history of art since 1951. . . The cost of insecticides used by lie American farmer is only one- tt*rd of 1 per cent of his farm crop value. NOTICE---- American Cab Company Back In Operation Wed., Sept. 10 For quicker, safer, faster, radio controlled taxi service, make it a habit to — Phone 4784 No Lower Rates In Town Than Ours! * "What in the world ever gave you the idea I could lick HIM?" o f Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Skaggs and Mr. and Mrs. Gene McClanahan * Grandview Un. WilUim Ifeafhei Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bermingham and family of Kansas City called on relatives Sunday. Mrs. Oliver Jones and infant son Miss Dixie Eskridge who is em-i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean en- have returned home at Easton ployed in Leavemvorth visited a tertained with a family dinner Fri-if rom Gushing Memorial Hospital. er who are students at Missouri j have returned from a vacation University visited here over the;trip to Yellowstone Park and the week end. : Black Hills. Harvey Loar and children of Kan- [purchased the sas City were guests. Mrs. Gus Elgina and son of Hickman Mills were recent visitors at the home of her brother, Lee Maget and Mrs. Maget. Herman McClanahan of Agency, Wo. visited friends here Wednesday Mr. McClanahan recently returned home from a vacation trip to Minnesota and Canada. Mr. McClanahan spent a few years Dearborn while he was principal of the Dearborn school, later superintendent of these schools. Misss Victoria Wosssser. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Meyer visited with relatives at Leavenworth Henry Massman ness trip to Kansas City Tuesday. The Hund School opened Tues- 3ay with 23 pupils. Walker is the teacher. few days with her parents. day in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Jones will be remembered as Jump Safety From Crippled Bomber PKLLIPSBURG, Mont. UP) — Thirteen crew members—all making then- first jump—parachuted to safety yesterday from their crippled B-29 bomber. The plane, which had developed engine trouble, crashed and burned five miles northeast of this Western Montana mining town. "Thank God for those 'chute packers at Hamilton Field," commented one airman. The plane, attached to the llth Radar Calibration Squadron at Hamilton Air Force Base, San Ra-j fael, Calif., was en route to Great Falls. Three crewmen were slightly injured in the parachute landings. Mr. and Mrs. JeweJ Singleton of'Mr. Dean's father, Bart Dean, 82. {Miss Joan Pauly and attended Gower, Mo. visited his cousins, I Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dean andj Grandview school. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Singleton and Mrs. J.M. Hale and Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hund have friends here Friday and attended the Fox Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Davis of Weston visited relatives Friday evening and attended the program at the Fox Hunt grounds. Dr. and Mrs. Forrest Thorna: and mother of St. Joseph visitec friends in Dearborn Friday even ing and attended the Fox Hun Meet Mrs. George Foster has return ed home from a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Myles Neil and children a Norfolk, Va. Mrs. H.C. Smither who visited relatives and friends in Dearborn and St. Joseph has returned to her home in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McConnel and daughter of Independence, Mo visited her aunt, Mrs. Will George the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stafford, Mr and Mrs. Albert Dean and Mr and Mrs. Cecil Miller were among those who went to Hyde Park Sunday to attend the Stafford-Burgess family reunion. 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