The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1952 1 New Catholic Grade School Opens He/e Catholic grade school students began their current school year Monday in a iiou lm£( bnck building located west ot the Irnmacualte Conception Church on Division Street. One of the (our classrooms is shown in the picture at left ftbovr The auditorium (above right) has a Wtchen adjoining It BO the large room may be ll.'ed for dinner meetings. Second door from the left opens into the mu.sic room At ri£ht helov is n view of the main corridor Uiktm from the wejt end. The classrooms are at left. Just Inside the mam entrance is the entry hall shown at louer right, a niche in the cast wall is a statue of the Vircin Mnry. mnrle by the UeFraio studio In Novi York. The auditorium opens off the eight nnd tile main corridor is left. (Courier News I'holns) Some primitive peoples kill all | Icebercs twins as soon as they are born because they represent bad luck \vhilc others honor them as representing- good luck. glacial origin Woods Cleared n Indian Bay load 'Fraud' LITTLE ROCK (/Pi — Henrj Woods. Oov. McMath's executive ecretary and campaign manager, •as exonerated yesterday of any csponsibility in the Indian Bay raud case by circuit Judge Guy Ampler./ Ally. Gen. Ikq Murry filed n suit aeainsl Woods and Highway Com- nissioner Charles Adams of Hughes iceking to recover for the state *2,961 raised hy Monroe County citt- tens for work on the tndian Bay road, Witncsstr at the Highway Audit Commission hearings testified that the money went to Gov. McMath's rampalen fund, of which Woodi was manager. Adams deposited S2.962 with the court registry and a Circuit Court jury foiinri that the money belonged to the state. Witnesses salr) the money, delivered by check to Adams .had been placed in the campaign fund by former Highway Director J. C. Baker. Judge Amsler ruled that "there IE no proof that Woods had any prior knowledge of the transaction.'* He dismissed the secretary as » party to the action. quently carry rocks and earth for considerable distance across the sea with ocean current as they float and winds. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock , Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Fire Chief Turns in False Alarm There's nothing else like it! FRIDAY and SATURDAY! James McGranery Has Achieved No 19 Students Held Sensations, But Promised None ln Reds' Beating RICHMOND, Va. W — The fire alarm went off and five pieces of apparatus and a battalion chief sport to the scene yesterday. They were met by Fire Chief John Finnegan, who turned them back. A false alarm. Flnnegan admitted sheepishly. The alarm accidentally wem off when s.piprt an alavnrv box rioor open, and tried to close it. (ion of either Gov. Stevenson BOMBAY, India '.1* — The Hyrlera- on o eer ov. evenson r , na . — e yrr- the Eisenhower, who could keep him >n | harl g o\ Pr nment has announced the onths or IH him ?n. (arrest of 10 students anrt a member neral, Although he won't mention themj By JAMES MARLOW W A SHTNGTON (JP; — In slightly more than three m ; he has been attorney general, Although he won't mention them l Jamai P. McGranery has achieved publicly, it is known McGraiifry tins j of the rulinp Goneness party no sensations. In fairness to him, [spoken ol plans for various kinds, dm cos of tieMmp up two Hod he promised none. ! of invest Scut ions. He *.\as therefore j lenders d urine nn election cr\m- When he cave up a lifetime fed- i the limited time of four months tn ' paiun in the* Trlensnnn arcfi laM crsl judgesh'ip last April to Mirceert > carry out those p1an5- • week. The 20, out on bail, filed Atty. Gen. J, Howard McGrath. at; 11 eannol be sniri, in fairnc.sf Io|cro=5 charges against the Comma- the request of President Truman.' all concerned, that what has hap-| nist.^. McGranpry made this promise: i penrd in thr Justice- Department Is i "My Job will be to restore the '' a "^l^mip." which has the ronno'a, fMth'ot the American people in the, H™ ^ *"""* ^ of wron.rioln^. Clarified - - - -; n mun hr as-=umr<i thn.. th* al- 1 . torney general would tint permit a 1 The Ti-nnian administration had ' rpsip " bllt ' V0lll<1 f ' r(1 him and nl ~ ; tempt to prosrrutf him. Tn the rte; parltnrnt Oiere li^\p liren only re-j 1 ^icnatinris arid reshuffling. j \tcOranpvv fired nne 17 S, fits- L government of the U. S and it will" be done romnletely by the Drpart--, ment of Justice." been ,*cnred by srandal5 ^hirh Gen Elsenhower MO-A falls the No. 1 sue in She providential r.irp, • cause of Senate delay in ronfuniii his .-vpnoinln^nt. McGr^ne.ry riirtn't ; trict PtL^rupy. in IVv-okri take office until May 27 ' : had the PiT.ndcnt fire Since then he has hrgnn somp. shal in Sprinalifld. Ill , ... ., and' had the President fire n U. S mar- , investigations and fired a U S. rtis- trict attorney and a U S. marshnl In thf field, in the Justice Department he has marie some rhancf-5 but no one ha*, bepn officially lired there althoiieh several top men have resfened and one suspended lawyer quit. McGranery has four go. Since the Truman tion ends in January and succeeded" by the lie Mispenrird a depnrrnient Jawvrr. i .fame* MullaHy. fnv ontside activl- j tie 1 ; Miillflllv resi^iT-n ilie next day. j rienvinc .inv \vroncdnine Somr shpll collrrtors in Mnridn [ , have etiuip;*eci c-ahm fnusrrs and j months to f^hinc boats with small power 1 prises to explore thf ocean at - -..'pth? o' from 2 to more than 100 • ne«' admlnlMr.i- fnthom.=. 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