The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1951 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 14, 1951
Page 9
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINI GOP s Give Truman A New Call to Oust More in Cleanup WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. (^—Republican* met President Truman's assertion he is taking continued action to clean up the government w^lt demands today for cabinet d!s- miilsals, a new congressional in- qiitty and a 1952 election test of th^' issue. Senator Taft (R-Ohio) expressed ubt last night that the adtnlnis- ' ,fjb ^r i forming. Itself.", Taft, candidate for the. Republican Presidential, nomination, added-in a Cincinnati press conference: j '•"Nothing President' Truman can dS'now will prevent Indignation of the people at y, p hat has already occurred." x In Chicago, the administration theme was carried along in a speech by 'Democratic National Chairman Prank McKinney. He said that where wrongdoing exists U is being uncovered, rooted out and punished by the Democrats. Country to Be Stronger • And Senator Smathers <D-Fla> saM In a statement that the country ' will emerge stronger and healthier from a cleanup. He said Inquiries ouglil not to be allowed • to- 'become ''entirely political anc selfish.'" •Senator. Nixon <R-Callf) told "reporter he regards Mr. Truman's declaration of yesterday .that he has beeri acting continuously to keep the government clean as "tell- ng Ihe country there will be no Icanup." "A minimum program certainly should call for firing Harry Vaughan, Douald Dav.'son, Attorney ral McGrath and Secretary of the Treasury Snyder," Nixon said. •Instead, the President appears de- :ermined to keep them, so he can rely on llieir advice in determining what action he should take," Yauglian Admitted (lifts Vaughan, the President's military aide, admitted accepting a gift of, seven home freezers. Dawson denied he was linked to a White House ring which sought to influence RFC loans. McGrath and Snyder have official responsibility in connection with tax collection scandals now being aired in a House hearing. Senator Wiley (R-Wis) announced in a statement he will introduce a resolution for an investigation of the Office of Alien Property Custodian, which he called "a channel for distribution of plums and patronage." "There is a clear relationship between (a) riders of the gravy train and (b) heavy contributors and fund-raisers of the Democratic Party," Wiley declared. Senator Ives (R-NY) told a reporter that if Mr. Truman believes the controversy over the scandals which have been bared will die down before next November's Presidential election, he is mistaken. Searchers Hit Dead End in Teacher Case BROOKINGS. 8.D., Dec. U. (/Pi- Widespread search for a missing 38- year-old woman English teacher appeared to have reached a dead end today— the sixth day of her disappearance — as ' authorities admitted, "we don't know where to look." The comely Dr. Barbara Morehead. instructor at South Dakota State College, dropped from sight Sunday when she checked out of a hotel at nearby Marshall, Minn Since then, there has been no trace of her. "She is living up to the title w* lot McCarthy Backs M'Arthur for President LO« ANGELES. Dec. 14. W) — What-tliis country needs, says Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Is a ''gel tough" policy and a man who cpuld supply It U Gen. Douglas MacAithur. The Wisconsin Republican told a cheering crowd of 4,000 last night that America needs the kind of two-fisted diplomacy once exerted by Theodore Roosevelt. He added: "That Is the kind we'll get If we have a President cast In the mold of General MacArthur." had for her is a 'mystery woman.'" said H. M-, Crotliers, acting president of the college. Dr. Morehead made no close friendships on the campus and hac but few acquaintances." Methodists Add 2,655 Members In First Phase of Campaign LITTLE ROCK, Dec. H. (AP) — The first phase of a Methodist Church" evangelistic campaign in Arkansas and- Louisiana added 2,055 members to church rolls. A report was Issued yesterday on the two-weeks campaign in seven Louisiana and two Arkansas (Hope and Camrien) districts by LeRoy H. Walker; director of the revival. The second 'phase of the campaign opens . in Arkansas districts Jan. 18. the office of Bishop Paul Mni'titi announced. The report said. Hint 3.310 per sons transferred their church memberships luring the revival. A total of 281 churches participated. Offerings amounted to $31,31:1.55. and total attendance was 179,208. Arkansas pastors led (lie Loulsl- la part of the campaign. In the Arkansas revival, Louisiana pastors will do the preaching. ary. The.-drama.-of the trial; entering ts fifth day today, has been subdued ever since the -tempestuous actress was ordered on Wednesday tp stay, out of court until called as a witness—possibly today. Lawyers Clash Outside Court In Bankhead Trial NEW YORK. Dec. 14. M>j—Op- posing lawyers clashed alter court adjournment yesterday in the for- sery-grand larceny trial o( Tallulah Bankliead's former mald-secre- But verbal firework^ flared altar special sessions Judge Harold L. Stevens adjourned proceedings yei- terday. The tiff ensued between Assistant District Attorney Jerom* Kldder and Defense Attorney fred G. Morltt. Cash & Carry Week-End Special! Glads Dot. Watch For Future Weekend Specials Place your order now for Christmas centerpieces, laurel roping, poiusellias, Iiolly, box H coil, and Christmas wreathi, THE FLOWER SHOP Glencoe Hnlel Hldg. Klylheville £rost-Bitten Flier Finds Ground Ride Much Worse than War YOU'LL FIND THAT GIFT HERE! 1 I i BATTLE CREEK, Deo 14. Frost-bitten .Lloyd Bowen classified the 10 minutes he spent on the tail of. a spinning small plane yesterday as his most harrowing exnerir ence—and he was a gunner on a B-29 Superior! In World War II. .Here's what happened: Bowen, 39, landed his two-place single engined Cessna at Kellogg Airport and started taxiing toward a'fiangar. The engine conked out in the seven above sero cold. Bowen' alighted to spin the propeller by^hand and get "the engine started it started with a roar and almost chopped Bowen down. He wrapped ' his- arms around the rudder as it passed and held on, but the plane didn't stop. He forced the rudder to the side, making the plane run in * circle. Finally, after ten freezing, dizzying ten minutes, the spinning plane was spotted by the airport tower, A crash truck speeded up. Two attendants jumped off and grabbed the tail with Bowen, who then let loose and ran to the cockpit, Forcing in the throttle he'd let out in the first place. Caked with snow and Ice when he jot off, Bowen got first aid for his frostbitten face and. ears. He also got a bruised leg. State-Side Yanks To Get Broader Leave < for Christmas WASHINGTON,. Dec. U, <JF>— Th'e Defense Department's Clirisf- mas gilt to state-side servicemen: a ,broader holiday leave policy because of the travel crush. -Previously - announced leave periods—lor Air Force, Army and Navy— : were fixed between Dec. 22 and Jan. 8. Under the new policy, base and poat-commanders were told they could start leaves earlier and end them later. Length oI leaves was l^TV'to their discretion. •rThe order applied only to men serving In the U.S. Thwe - head- c«d overseas, however, get special consideration. RUPTURE Expert Coming Here Again GEO. L. HOWE Well-known expert, or Indianapolis will personally demonstrate his method without charge nt the Noble Hotel, Blythevllle, Monday. Dec. 17th from 3 a.m. to 12 noon. Aale tor Mr How* at desk. 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