The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 17, 1955
Page 2
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BLJTBEVJ1/LB (AWKJ COtTRTEfl MOTCDAY, OCTOSCT IT, 1«W Museum, of Immigration. Will Put New Feet Under Statue of Liberty Tiny Quartet Pay Surprise Visit To Station to Meet Their Parents By WARD CANNKI NBA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — (NBA) — The Statue of Liberty is preparing to take a new stand. . Today her feet are planted within 'the walls of old Fort Wood on Bedloe's Island. But within two years she will be standing over a living memorial to one of the world's greatest ideas. For Bedloe's Island is going to be the site of the American Museum of Immigration — a permanent exhibit that will tell the story of how immigrants came from many lands and shared in the building of this nation. Unlike most museums which house specific items, the Immigration museum will commemorate every American or his father or grandfather or his father. For the fact is: every American, including the Indians, is an immigrant or the descendant of an immigrant. committee of the AMI, he is the , Thomas W. Pilkin, historian of the grandson of the President who first j National Park Service, discussed the plan of the Statue ! His findings, he has reported, will of Liberty with its sculptor, Fred- j be guided by one aim: "to tell the eric A. Banholdi. (story of how immicrams came from With Grant on the committee many lands and shared m the build- lare Pierre S. du Pont III, Charles : ins of the nation." I W. Engelhard. Spyros P. Skouras j He and his commit u-e will con- land Edward Corsi." cemrate most of their research into i These men have already received : the years from 1815 to 1914 when i pledges of a half-armillion dollars : wave afier wave of people from toward the building of the museum, j widely diversified origins came here But the two years of work and ma- i to create a new culture in the iterial needed'to build this home of I main-stream of civilization. American heritage win cost ten' Four Are Killed In 9-Car Crash BALTIMORE W> -A sizable portion of suburban Baltimore was thrown into a tizzy by six little feet find four lll'.le paws covering much more ground than they were meant to. Thomas. Debbie and Jonathan County police detachment at Towson, a troop of Boy Scouts and at least 300 volunteers. Neale and their Dah left home and baby 5 land, just north of if ! 9 a.m. They turned nation Vickie tter at Rocke city, about IP at 5 p.m. times that amount—S5 million. To fill the coders, the committee will appeal to the American House Vanishes de ! people in Janu'arv. According to one j MANILA ,*._M«. Agatona i committee member. "We're soinir j J«us foreclosed a mortage on a ,10 give ourselves one month to put j two-story house and nouiied the oc- i our message across to the people, cupants to move. (And then we're going to close the 1 When she went to look over the ,ve and get, to work." j property she found not only the , I tenants cone but, the house too. Po- Once built, the museum will be : turned over !o the National Park ' Service of the federal government. : And like the 80-year-old Lady with the Torch, will belong to every ! lice still are looking for the house. ! PKNSACOLA, Fla. •3 1 >~~ Pour per• sons were fatally injured in a traf- ! I fie accident involving nine vehicles i Jon heavily traveled U.S. Highway j | 90 about inur miles west of Pensa! cola late Saturday ni«ht. j Patrolman Fred Parish said a ; fa-si-movinc automobile slammed | into a line of rars halted for a ] truck making a left turn off the i highway. i James W. Brock way and Billy. McKinney Cooper, both 25. of New j Hope, Ala., died at the scene. Mil- '. colm S. Best, 27, and James E. Me- ! Closkey, 26, both of Pensacola, died i later of severe burns. at Mount, Royal tra n station .in the heart of "the cit'. They told police they wanted to meet their mom and "dad. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Neale. who were due hack from a weekend, trip to New York. They had walked eight miles. Thomas .is 7. Debbie and Jonathan are 5-year-old twins. Vickie is just a pup. From 1 p.m. until 5, they were hunted by the entire Baltimore SOMF RIFT If a human family ate In proportion to a family of birds, the daily grocery list would include something like 50 loaves of bread. 25 pounds of hamburger. 30 doughnuts, 10 pounds of spinach, six heads of lettuce, and one gallon of ice cream. I MOTIO • 0 r I A L* Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, as Commissioner in Chancery, and under the decree ol the Chancery Court in Ihe case ol Walter Anderson, et al. v. 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