National Affairs: New Governor in Kansas?

By Kansas tradition, popular Governor Andrew F. Schoeppel, who has served two terms, will not run again next fall. His probable successor: heavy-browed, hard-working Congressman Frank Carlson.

Republican Carlson, 53, has served eleven years in Congress, almost seven years on the Ways & Means Committee, is one of the committee's most conscientious members and an expert on taxes. He is a conservative on domestic policies, was an isolationist before the war.

Carlson backers include Alf Landon, still a potent figure in Kansas politics, and Senator Arthur Capper, who owns a string of influential Kansas newspapers. Capper, 81 next July, will probably retire when...

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