The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1955 · Page 6
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PAGI nx B1YTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY. DECEMBER 12,19155 Ike May Have Good Reason for Keeping Mum By JAMES MAR LOW A«ocl*Ud ITrsi Newi Analyit WASHINGTON Ufi — If President Elsenhower has made up his mind not to run again, there are some practical political reasons to explain why he hasn't said so yet. Any lame-duck president, which J* what Eisenhower would be the moment he said he would not seek re-election, Is bound to lose some Influence in his own party and in Congress. It's possible Eisenhower still hasn't made up his mind and won't until after the doctors tell him whether he has made a full recovery and can chance another term. That won't be until mid-February or later. Not Checrlny The weekend was not exactly cheering for anyone who thought Eisenhower would make quick and uninterrupted progress toward full recovery. His doctors said h« would have to slow down. After checking him over they said he had been fatigued by some of his conferences with government officials. He had been holding them at Gettysburg and at Camp David, 25 miles from there. It's important for Elsenhower to retain his full influence as Ions as possible in Congress where, in January, he presents his 1956 program. No doubt he hopes it will, if passed. :rown his four White House years. Getting it through Congress will be no cinch anyway. But he would have at least a couple of months to push his program, while his In- iluence was uiidiminished. if he waited until late February before saying this was his last term. His delay is a roadblock to other Republicans who want to run if he doesn't. The longer he holds off announcing a decision, the less time they have to beat the bushes for themselves. He may not be en- thusiastic about them anyway. If in late February he finally •ays he won't run again and then endorses some Individual h« likes, that man will start off with an advantage over the other would- be presidents who had hesitated to speak until Eisenhowyr had spoken. Since they know that, the pressure on Eisenhower to speak out may increase as the new year rolls around. Australia's 1000 feet. mean elevation is Money Order A Bit Late WASHINGTON (Ifi— It has taken the postman 3« years to deliver u »7.67 postal money order to Rep. Robert w. Kean IR-NJ). The post office went Into belated action yesterday. It notified Kean to come and get the money order, dated June 6, 1919. Kean at that time was an Army lieutenant just out of the trenches in France. The order was issued at Trier. France, and signed by Lt. R. J. Top- toon, otherwise unidentified in the temporary absence of the congressman. Koan's office staff had no explanation from the 1'ost Office Department for the SG-year-delay. Paint-Filled Eggs DENVER 1.1) — Something new has been added to the arsenal of a band of vandals: esgs filled with paint. J. A. Davidek told police Thursday two such eggs Were thrown at the front porch of his home. He said the vandals apparently punch a small hole in the shell, drain the esg. and fill the shell with paint. Jaunty Mailmen WASHINGTON W) — Keep your eye out for a Jauntier mailman. Tha Post Oflice Department has approved ft restylliig of the garb for 100,000 letter carriers and special delivery messengers. Trousers and jackets will continue to be cadet blue-grey, but hereafter there will be blue instead of grey shirts and maroon ties and uniform trim instead of the present black. • Asia has a mean elevation of 3000 feet. BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. NEW 21-INCH G-E TV WITH ALUMINIZED TUBE ONLY'214 95 • New long life tubes. • Nsw "Set-and-Forget" Volume Control with new Push-Pull on-off switch. Your TV comes on at previous volume setting! SPECIAL 95Valu«SwlvtlB«e included IRK I N EVER before so many G-E quality features at so low a price! Famous G-E Aluminized 90° Tube for biggest 21-inch picture and shallower cabinet. Come in today. EVERYONE SAVES VALUE STAMPS 21 Inch CONSOLE New G.E. - Clock - ] TV turns on or off Automatically. Genuine Mahogany Veneers, Swivel Casters. Modtl 21T039. 21-Inch tobl. model. Mahogany grain finish. Matching iwivel bate jlightly txtra. $ 24 Inch CONSOLE Genuine Mahogany Veneers. Swivel Base, Set Turns in Any Direction. 299 |95 ** I 4<<i(<M<C*flt<MlK« At Blytheville Sales Co. $ 309 95 «*W ••* | For a Christmas Gift The Entire Family Will I Enjoy—Give G.E. TV. I BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. 109 E. Main SI. Phone 3-3616 AT NEW LOW PRICE OMLY$279.95 Model 24T070. 24-Inch table mode!. Mahogany groin finish. Matching iwlvtl base slightly extra J Very littli a week i Oft.2 Yearst,^ I SM M hf At btil ttnw • torn I 24-ln<h TV loaded with quality features—at prices you'd e*. | pect for 21-inch. Famous G-E Aluminized 90* picture tube for * biggest 24-inch picture and shallower cabinet. Two-way inUa> I, fcrence protection. Convenient front panel tuning. New long. life tubes. And, new giant 24-inch picture. For biggest and i bett TV value in town—see us today! I N*w "S«t-and-forB«t" Volum* Central, with push-pull on- J off switch. Your TV comes on at previous volume setting—n» waiting for s«t to warm up for adjusting volume i i 3*. c - FKVKJPftPKJiOT I

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