The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 26, 1953 Page: 3 of 6
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Thursday, February 26, 1953
E OF' T H E
Si veils, Dallas
y II. C. Sivells
II. C. Sivells
1(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is
another in a series of ar-
ticles written by Geo rye Ma
hon, U.S. ivproMintativi: from
By GEORGE iUAHON
My work has thrown me into
Wasional close contact with
funeral Eisenhower thr ti.nh the
;ears, but not until last week
'id i have the opportunity to
iobserve him at close ratine in
a is new role as President.
On Monday I joinri Iti other
nembers of Congress at the
While House where we had
unch with the President, later
n the day I shook his hand at
i Congressional reception. and
>n Thursday I accompanied :M
nembers of the House and
Senate to the President's office
or a top-level discussion of the
)id situation. It is evident
t the President is seekiiii; to
blish good relations with
n the Republicans and Demo-
rats in the House and Senate
good business,1 vera use
do little as President
the support and confi-
||: The President is
1 Eisenhower that he hi
l,i''as: Friendly, undi
a man of irresistible good will,
particularly at close range.
The Thursday meeting at the
President's office lasted for !):>
minutes, and it was all busi-
ness. Nobody told a humorous
story, iind if anybody even
smiled, I failed to observe it.
vVe had an over all report in-
volving our national debt, our
lax burden, the Korean War
and the international situation
generally. Much of the infor
mation presented was secret, in
nature. Allen Dulles, Chief of
our Central Intelligence Agency,
Gen. Omar Bradley, Chairman
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and
Jo'eph M. Dodge, Director of
the Bureau of the Budget, par-
ticipated in the meeting.
When we left the meeting,
press and radio reporters met
us in the President's waiting
room an asked for details of
the conference. But no one
could properlv make public the
details. Speaker Joe Martin
commented briefly that the pie-
t ii re
of the pres
:. but 1
given the enemies of our coun-
try entirely too much inf,,rma
lion which is of no valtu to flic
American pulilie', but of v<
::rent value to mir ;enoniies. 'I'o
give the enemies of our e"un-
t.ry our -.cere! military data and
a play-by-play report ol what
we nliin to do would greath
weaken our world position.
The |oh of the President is
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almost unbearably difficult.
President Eisenhower looks ex-
ceptionally fit. I hope he can
remain so. He is entitled to
every possible a si stance from
Congress and the Americ-it;
people. It, is in our own Im-m
micro.,; as American* ! > work
together in seeking the answers
to the problems which beset us,
putting the wclfa'v of the c .tin-
try above party an I lolilual
cons iderat ions.
As distateful a- :ii• • truth is.
there is no one 111 Washington
who knows the quick and en.-v
answers to our problem, I
have the feeling that in the old
days be I ore the pn ■• and radio
bcame such doniinan-' far-tor, in
Oil I li ves, wc had a t ■iulri-,r\
t> feel that our !<■-• I knew
■ ill thc an :wers, an.I •,« e re
'axed in cohiplacen -•-. The
modern generation Varncd
that there is no such thin.; as
infallibililv of leadership. \V<
are finding it difficult to vl
just Oursi'lves to the i■ >*. it i
at ion. i •!. t here i -■ no r-iKoi
to despair. Skoptu.-i.~ni and <!i-
t rust do not provide III nn.-,\vi :
t" the problem. The-, aggia
vale it The hctt r s i>rn
con*ist- in a little pntieee f;• t!i
m each other and fa-th in V• >.i
Till approach will not ;n vd-
the quirk ,'ind t-asv ans'.yei bid
it will provide iliis. with; 'h-
strength and character whiei
the tinn-:, denia.nd. enabling u■
1 believe, to avoid rn.'iior tie
ur \i/vH (>! !■'(( !•: ;'!!crs
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The Aspermont Star
OB&LY SKUF I
by Williams Le9al Notice
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America's millionth Iral'iic victim has !>«-n tie:;.! a war. Y< 1
<1.11 |.o wr,•*,-!:.. e() right on changing our country Ovissroads i:r. o
Where's the villain?
Some say ' more ears on Ihe road those days." Some point to
reckless youths . . . "lax laws" , , , "drunken driving" . , ,
Rut something else may be more to blame for auto accidents
than any ol these. Darkness. Plain old darkness.
Look at one case. in a ( onnecLieut, area 182 pedes) rians were
killed at night in two years—/ 7.9 on poorly lighted Hi red it.
Busy traffic centers are waking up fast, lighting their death-
trap streets. Salt Lake City cut night deaths !>2', in one area,
Grand Rapids 78'.',, Bridgeport 93' ,' .
Some small communities have been first to pick up the
newest in lighting equipment. Oak wood, Ohio, has the largest
installation of fluorescent street lamps in the country. And
there's a broad-daylight look in Lyndonville, Vermont,' even
late at night. Fluorescent lighting as developed by Oenera!
Electric has now been extended to si reef lighting.
Good street lighting has been a pet project of ours for years.
General Electric engineers work with local olfjcials on other
community problems, too —traffic control, water shortage,
waste disposal, farm and home modernization -wherever elec-
tricity can help | rogress. For progress is our most important
product. General Electric Company. Department 2-12;;,
Schenectady, N. Y.
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ORDER AND NOTICE OF
THE STATE' OF TEXAS.
COUNTY OF STONEWALL.
CITY OK ASI'EKMONT
EI.ECTK <N OHDEK
I Kalph Riddel, Mayor ot tin-
City of A.spormoilt, Te>;a.-, h>
virtue of thu r.nvvtT in\/<-sicd in
niv by law, do hen-by pi'der
that an election be held in the
City of Asperrnorrt on April
7th, 1953, being the first Tues-
day thereof, for the purpose ot
electing the following officers o(
Three C.i) Aldermen, and that
said election shall be held at the
City Hall in sit:.! city, and thi
following named persons, ur-
hereby appointed as Managi i .
I) A. McAfee, VI - il H
iiadli' and Mr.- . lies- Ftjre.a:-
ik ot^ clwna, salt was second
c'mi=y to ciout) !n value-1
MODERN W W Hf\S MH>tO
Tilt V isi.\uTOUC'rl
SALT TH/m Dr.Pt^S
pours alltvie time
RAIN OP^'rtlKE-'' '
Th<- City Marshal is !
irccted and instructed '.
nio;->er)v executed co
18th day of February, A.D. 1953.
(SEAL) RALPH RtDDEL
Mayor of the C'ity of Asper-
Any eligible and ooalified.
person may have* his name
printed on the official ballot as
an independent candidate for
the office of Alderman by fil-
ing his sworn application with
the City Secretary a-t least
thirty (30) days prior to the
date of election. The applica-
tion shall state the specific of-
fice or place being sought by
the applicant and tlial the ap-
plicant is eligible and qualified
;.nd.-r the laws of the State of
Texas to become a candidate for
and t--.it| the office he seeks, if
The C-ty Secretary. Mr. Bry-
an Coodloe. has application
blanks ; nd "Loyal; v Affida-
vit,' ;n cquired by law at his
office 2-19 2c
Attend church Sunday.
niedifin.es cause milch
illhes.s and even man-,
:n Tex a.- 'every year., In (!<-.-n.;
W Cox, health
said today in a etateiTi i : ur- I hands when
ing the public to use c ,i ()n ,, i-asuallv."
i-uls taken tod frOquO ,t
large (|uantitie;. It : \vi-i: t
stop and think thai .von may o
taking your ,o,vn life ire too
FRANK HAYS, Owner
"Ii i.- never - it. ■ taki
niedicinc m the dark, ! ioetor | ciinatio
i o> warned "ALvavs ie,ni thi ! lrainef.1
label ca rrl'ii' ly -i o ma s. ir. j the. i
t but';.;.,: t h d aspi r:n \ , ,.:■. ,|.,., i to ! are
take " I ,, 11 -hl'ehloi ■ : ! ' i ! -I St ■ ! i .
111 ma: i v [si -r:
DR J W McCRARY
D E N T I S T
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[joisen As a -naM. i
poisons and nicdicini
:ng poi iji'S. sht'ti lei be
cbiiii.ri-n and mark! i
l,:l)nil; tp sella rnin : I
cines should a!wa.t b.
aet.ly ;i,. < 1r j liy
'eeeau-i' many t.<-nyfa-
e 111 e s can do untold
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lire ' po s ti i
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brakes. Series 4000 and above use
torque Action" brakes ill front,
" I win-Action" in rear.
New stamina plus extra .gasoline
cconomv in hcavy-ilnty models
with t oadmastei engine reduccs
hauling costs pet ton-mile.
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Welch, Lowell C. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 26, 1953, newspaper, February 26, 1953; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth127494/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.