THE PRESIDENCY: Hopeful Mayor

THE PRESIDENCY Hopeful Mayor

A White House caller last week was San Antonio's Mayor Maury Maverick, whom the President's Son Elliott, now a Texas radio commentator, helped turn out of Congress last year. Mayor Maverick asked the President how the U. S. can stay out of World War II, observed that on the law of averages his own son Maury Jr., 18, might get killed if the U. S. became involved.*

Mr. Roosevelt said that he had been thinking of much the same thing: he had four sons (James, 31; Elliott, 29; Franklin Jr., 25; John, 23) and the...

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