The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 4, 1954
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TWO BLVTHEVILLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1>64 'resident Must Enter Arena >fPolitical Battle This Year Br JAMES MARI.OW WASHINGTON (AP) — In his talk to the nation tonight President Eisenhower steps » the line dividing his first and second years in office and two periods in his life. Bv the calendar his first year doesn't end until Jan. 20. But his second year actually . ;«.i.M with his broadcast report which u preliminary to the return of Congress gins tonight with his broadcast report ednesday. "or Eisenhower ISM was « pe- J of preparation. The public, re- ding him with high esteem and lent expectation, waited while he tponed action on some major ei and got ready the program would hand Congress In 1954. ow the period of performance Ins. ecause of the wide differences 3on«ress on almost any major e, "Eisenhower will have to t for his program. Ian Nevins. a historian, in nt appraisal of the adminla- lon In Nation's Business, a aiine published by the United es Chamber of Commerce, de this remark: Every true national leader has take for his motto: 'I do not nt to be liked; I want to be es- med.' Our best administrations been desperately unpopular wide circles." « used the administrations of coin. Cleveland. Wilson and the Koosevelts as examples, and ed: Politically Danjeronn I President Eisenhower thus has shown a salient weakness. that he wishes too much to Iked. In the long run,.the mass the people admire a president for the enemies he has This observation may be accu- iti within bounds, but a course action by which a president akes enemies of the mass of the ople i» guaranteed to make dead icks of him and his adminis- ation. The lame state of political ex- ictfon could be arrived at by a esideht through exactly opposite eanai by being so anxious to ease everyone that he made mpromises that pleased no one. Bo Jar Eisenhower seems to have ade few, If any. enemies. But • truth of Kevins' opinion—that senhower wants too much to be ltd—will get more of a test In M than in the year just ended. He kicked a Jew shins with rub- ir-toed shoes designed to cause minimum ot pain and anger. > calling no names, he took out .surance deliberately or not, rainst being called names In irn. And he still wore the armor ' his immense popularity. He had some practical reasons ir (ticking to his policy of pa- ence, restraint, and mildness: ith Congress so evenly divided itween both parties he'd need »lp from men on both (Ides to nt hit program across. Moreover, nothing could have irnlshed his luster so quickly as few cat and dog fights with a illtlclan. It'i possible he can pursue that irotigh as he want* It, make no alley through the four years of s administration, get his program lemles, and have to endure no iraonal attacks. But It isn't likely. 'at» Stamp* Stolen MONTREAL W) —Thieves broke rough a one-foot wall with a ilttl during the week end and stole collection of rare .stamps valued , |16,000 from a downtown store. ead Courier News Classified Ads HAIL COLUMBIA—This new three-cent stamp commemorating the 200lh anniversary of Columbia University will go on sale in New York City. Jan. 4. The stamp will bo blue and its design will (ealure > Iront view ot the Low Memorial Library Southland Badman Captured MABIANNA, Fla. W»— Officers mounted a heavy guard over 33- year old Jessie James Roberts, notorious South Georgia automobile, tine! and jail breaker, pend- ng his federal arraignment today on a variety of charges. He was scheduled to face U. 8. Commissioner John H. Carter this morning. The 6-foot-4. 265-pound criminal was captured without resistance at a Wewahitichka tourist, court yesterday, but pulled a gun from between his legs and began firing wildly when an FBI agent and Jailer began searching him at the Golf County Jail a short while later. Desperation Move The agent said Roberts was be- ng stripped and it was "more or ess a desperation move- we were down to his pants and taking them off." Two shots were fired, no one was hit and Roberts was Immedlate- y overpowered, the agent said. One pistol hnd been taken from him at the tourist court. The FBI and officers throughout the South had been hunting Roberts since Dec. 20 when he over- xiwered a Jailer half his size and >roke out of the Greene Countj all at Eutaw, Ala., where he was jelntf held on charges of forgery The FBI arrested Roberts yesterday on charges of Interstate trans- Quick Relief for HEADACHE NEURALGIA TMI 3TANBACK youn.M . . . tob- totat or powdvn .'. . againtt any yeuV* *T*r UM& ...if its washable LET US LAUNDER IT! Yon can't beat u«— for efective, easy-nn-your-dolh«s laundering, expert finishing, convenient frienldy cerv- ice. Choose from our many services today. Phone 4418 for pickup and delivery. LAUNDRY. CLEANIM portation of an automobile stolen NEW FORD TRUCK — Ford's 1954 line of trucks will go on display here Wednesday at Phillips Motor Co. at Broadway and Chlckasaw- ba. The five truck lines Include 24 series and more than 220 models, and five new engines are being Introduced. Shown above is the F-100 Series pickup truck. Five Persons Die In Fire HARDIN, Mont. (JP)—Five persons, four of them members of the Fame family, died yesterday when fire leveled their frame home. Mrs. Lee Joyce Pomeroy, 37, a divorcee; her three children-Mary at Eutaw when he 1 escaped the Jail E u eni 10, Jeanette, 7, and James. «; there. ' and Peter Qoetz, 34, perished In the flames. Sheriff Roy Riley said an oil stove the only Item left standing In ruins of the 'four-room house, may have started the blaze. No Wonder He's Selling Memphis. Tenn. UP> —Classified ad In * Memphis newspaper: "Cafe for sale . . . Owner has ulcerated stomach." Office It r*/tosant HOLLYWOOD 0P) — There's a new bar here called "The Office." The name's made a hit with businessmen. It allows them while tipp'in to telephone the little wo ma and say, with clear conscience: "Dear, I'm doing some things at the office." Four Drown Whtn Boot Ovtrturnt WA1DPOBT, Ore. men, the father! of 14 children, apparent? drowned on windswept Aiwa Bay on the Oregon Coait. sUU police reported yesterday. The? were Identified u Lyle Marlon King, 44 Alton Robert King, 41, the father of two; and Loren Mo Whorter, 31, the father at tout. The Kings were brothers. Th* four left Waldport in a rente* boat to a point across the bay, The boat was found on the beach upside down Police believed heavy wares had overturned It, There are 8 separate bones In I tiie miman foot. Lady Supervisory Position With Sears in Blylheville Outstanding opportunity for focal lady between th« age of 23 and 36 for a business career with Scare, Roebuck and Company. Position open enables you to be one of the leading business women in the city. Good health, high school education or better necessary to meet requirements. Excellent salary and working conditions along with many benefits including merchandise discounts, paid vacation*, paid holidays, relief periods, and many more. Applicants should apply in person at Sears Catalog Sales Office, 217 W. Main St., for interview with company representative January 4, 5, and 6 between 8: A. M. and 5:00 P. M. Experience not necessarily required. Announcing for '54 NEW FORD TRUCKS ECO/VOM// Ford takes the lead in / New, only in Ford Trucks-gas-saving, LOW-FRICTION, high-compression, overhead-valve, deep-block engines in ail truck models! 115- to 170-h.p.! It's another great Ford FIRST! Ford now offers the only full line of ultra-modern Low- FmctfiiN- truck engines! Short-stroke design cuts:"power-wasting friction up to 33%. More of the developed power is delivered to move your load—gas goes farther! All Ford engines have deep-skirt, more rigid engine blocks—for better main bearing support and smoother performance. All five engines have Ford-designed overhead rotating valves for longer valve life. Ford gives you new higher compression with regular gas! Over a billion miles of actual service have proved what these ultra-modern Ford Truck engines can deliver in performance and economy. Now, they're standard in all of Ford's more than 220 truck models. Yours, in the one right truck for your job! vitol factors that make for lower-cost trucking! m NOW! 5 Ford engines offer the mightiest concentration of power per cubic Inch ever in any truck line! V-8 and SIX! For the power Ihty develop, the engines In the 1954 Ford Truck line have lea cubic inch disptaetmtnt than engines in other-make lines. For example, Ford's 239 cu. in. Power King V-8 dsvelopi its 130 h.p. on at much as 43 cu. in, feu displacement. Smaller- displacement engines normally need less gas! That's one big reason why Ford concentrated power offers greater economy! tii-H.r. coir cum* six & New Driverized Cabs, Master-Guide Power Steering, Power Brakes, Fordomatk Drive for faster control! 3. New Ford Truck Driverized Cabs cut driving fatigue! Better working facilities include new woven plastic seat xipholstery—lasts longer, "breathes" like cloth for year-around comfort. New Master-Guide. Power Steering standard on Series T-800 and optional (at extra cost) on most other Ford BIG JOBS cuts steering effort as much as 75%! And every driver's a better driver with these Ford options (extra cost): New Power Brakes for Pickups and other J^-tonners! Fordomalic Drive (or all light-duty Series! New greater capacity! New Factory-Built "6-wheelers" gross up to 48% more! Ford's expanded line now includes brand-new Ford Tandem-Axle Bio JOBS, up to 40,000 Ihs. G.V.VV., to haul big loads up to the legal limit in all 48 States! Priced with the lowest, they have a completely Ford-designed chassis with Ford-installed tandem axles, mass-production built, especially for 6-wheeler service. Two new Ford Cab Forward BIG JOBS rated up to 55,000 Ibs. G.C.W. haul 35-ft. legal- limit trailers in every State! New Ford Factary-Bullt "6-wheelers" handle up to 85% more body »nd payload than companion 4-wheelcrs. FORD&TRUCKS MOfff TICK* FOff YOU* MOHtYl N»w Ford Driverized Deluxe Cab. 16 custom extras, at small added cost. New M P.WO II* J9i, O.V.W. 27,000 Ita, G.C.W. .5,000 U» PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Irocdwoy ft Chkkcuqwbo Phone 4453

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