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December 14, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MONDAY, DECEMBER u, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWT PAGE STYB Success of Eisenhower Administration Depends on '54 Leadership in Congress By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (AP) — This next year may be the most critical one of President Eisenhower's tenure in the While House. He has just bid for constructive world leadership with his proposal for international pooling of atomic materials. It was his response to (he challenge of finding a new door to peace. The next test challenges him to assert strong leadership with Congress nnd so shepherd through the kind of program he thinks the country needs at home nnd abroad. The success of his administration and even history's judRtnent of his presidency may depend on the kind of program he offers Congress next year and what happens to it. He will go over his 1954 program this week with the Republican lenders of Congress. It covers a big field, including social security, taxes, changes in the Taft-Hartley Act, foreign aid. foreign trade, and whether tariffs should be raised or lowered.. For most of the. 1953 congressional session Eisenhower's leadership with Congress was exercised more by proxy than directly. The proxy was the late Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio. Political Novice Perhaps because Eisenhower, as he himself said, was a political novice or because he has a natural aversion to brawls or because he didn't want to get rough unless he had to, he maintained the ap- r pearance of avoiding pressure. He repeatedly spoke of the right ^ of the White House and Congress to a difference of views, but he soon found out that while he was being mild some of his pet plans could be strangled by Congress. His first full realization of that possibility was provided by Sen. McCarthy of Wisconsin and other members of his own party when they stood in the way of his appointment of Charles E. Bohlen as ' HAVING A HIGH OLD TIME—Nope, it's not Coney Island. It's a full-scale rooftop playground atop the Emporium, one of San Francisco's oldest department stores. Besides the merry-go-round, Ferris wheel and Rock-o-plane visible, there are other amusement-park rides and features. It gets a terrific play from the youngsters, while parents are left free to do their Christmas shopping. ambassador to Russia. was Taft who met McCarthy lead on for Eisenhower and won approval of Bohlen in the Senate. With Taft doing the in-fighting, Eisenhower' could afford to be mild. But when Taft had to withdraw 'rom Congress in the closing days of this year's session because of his fatal illness, Eisenhower found out in at least one crucial situation that he himself had to get in and punch. Strong Support This was when Rep Daniel A. Reed (R-NY), chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, tried to block Eisenhower's desire to keep the excess profits tax, due to end June 30, until Dec. (31. Reed had plenty ol Kepublicsn support. Eisenhower's administration needed the money from the tax. The White House used pressure to defeat Reed. Taft before'his death picked Sen. Knowland of California to be his successor as Senate Republican leader. But Knowland 1$ not Taft. He's a hard worker. But he's younger and less experienced nnd doesn't carry Taft's weight in the Senate or among Republicans around the country. In addition to dealing more directly with Republican senators, Eisenhower has another problem: (THE Democratic senators. They may be a lot rougher on him in 1954, which is an election year, than they were in 1953, which wasn't, particularly il tile Republicans rake over the past with investigations intended to make Communists-in-government uner the issue in the 1954 election. Ink May So/ve Crime PONCA CITY, Okla. (IP) Ponca City police belive a bottle of purple ink, kept in a grocery sate which was robbed, may lead to the capture of the burglars. Police said the ink was spilled all over the floor, an probably on the thieves too during the $1,200 haul. Wife of Ousted Premier Arrested In British Guiana Charged with Holding Illegal Meeting; Hearing Tomorrow GEORGETOWN. British Guiana Ml—British authorities have arrested Mr.s. Janet Ro.scilberp. Japan, young American-born wife of this South American colony's ousted Prime Minister, and will give her a hearing tomorrow on charges of holdini; an illep.al meeting. The former Chicago nursing student and nine other lenders of the leftist People's Progressive party (PPP) were taken into police ens- tody yesterday at n town 15 miles from Georgetown. They were Inter released after posting bonds of S1» ($44.50 U. S.) each. The police .said they were using a loudspeaker to address a gathering of 300 people In defiance of a ban against public meetings without police permission. Mrs. J.igan claimed the meeting was a religious gathering' not requiring a police permit. The British imposed the ban last Oct. 8 when they kicked out Jagan's PPP government and suspended British Guiana's constitution. They charged at tile time Hint he and his 32-year-old wife were leading a plot to turn the colony into a Communist state but took no other action against them. Teen-Age Males' Latest Fad: Mink TULSA, Okla. l/n — Luxurious mink neck pieces, always popular with women, are (lie latest fad here in the teen-age male set. Without benefit of advertisement, department store had run on its stock of is mink bow ties. They went in no time at nil for $1 apiece Tlie store, bombarded by requests, lias ordered a big new shipment. For protection and efficiency in combat, modern fighter pilots I wear outfits and accessories Read Courier News Classified Ads weighing 144 pounds. HOPE IT DOESN'T LEAK—A private entrance as well as hot and cold running water are selling points of this new-type bathtub on display in Stockholm, Sweden. Mr. Per Bergman, the designer of the tub, explains thai the door is especially designed to help the lame. Governor's Job No fun SANTA FEE, N. M. l/T't Republican Gov. Kd Mecnem says it's okay with him if his department heads want to go after the j:>b hr',5 l.T.ving next y-.ur. Gut, he adds wearily: j "Apparently they haven't had i their heads examined lately or 1 they wouldn't, want to run. They'll find out there's more fun in running than in getting elected." Dangers of PILES: What Are They? How To Help Avoid or Treat Them? Palm trees in the Sei-chelles Islands of the Indian Ocean have seeds weighing as much as 50 pounds. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PUPPIES Fox Terriers, Cocker Spaniels anil English Shepherds. Give :i I'jirnkect for Christmas. Young- birds all colors. Beautiful chrome cases. Mexican Red Head Parrot. The PET SHOP 133 S. 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