The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1954 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 1, 1954
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, 1 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THBEB Marie Dionne Quits Catholic College and Returns to Her Home MONTREAL (APJ — Marie Dionne, frailest of the four remaining quintuplets, has given up her second venture into the world beyond her home. Her sister said last night the 19- year-old girl is "very tired" and has returned to her parents from a Roman Catholic college here. The quints' elder sister Mrs. Maurice Girouard, of Waterloo. Que., said Marie went to the family home in Callander. Om.. for the Nov. I All Saints holiday and had not returned to her domestic science studies at Marguerite Bourgeoys College. Not Sick School officials said the girl had left because of ill health. Her father Oliva said in Callander Marie was not sick but had come home because she didn't like the Sergeant Sees Son, Victim Of Leukemia FORT THOMAS. Ky. I* — Sgt. Eugene P. Keenan. red-eyed and tired, has been reunited with his 22-month-old son who is dying Irom leukemia. The 22-year-old airman flew in from Germany yesterday to be by his son's bedside before Genie's expected death. The sergeant's mother, Mrs. Wavie Keenan, said at her home in Port Thomas that the baby is "responding to treatment but the doctors give us no hope at all." Keenan, stationed at the Hahn Air Force Base in Germany, was granted a 30-day leave after the Red Cross. Rep. Spence (D-Ky) and S°n. Clements iD-Ky) asked the Air Force tor emergency leave. "We really sweated it out until the sergeant arrived home," Mrs. Keenan said. "We were afraid the baby would die before he came." school. Mrs. Girouard gave this explanation: '•When she got home, Marie saw Mum was lonely and decided to stay for awhile. . . . She has gone home to get a good rest. She Is not ill but she needs peace and quiet." Shortly before her sister Emilie's death last summer, Marie ended her first try at life away from her family. Reportedly homesick and in ill health, she quit the Quebec convent of a cloistered order where she had been a postulant for eight months. Mrs. Girouard said the girl's health had improved steadily at home and she htd felt well enough to start school last September. Another quint, Annette, is studying music at the same college, anc Yvonne and Cecile are student nurses at a Catholic hospital in a Montreal suburb. State Revenues Drop $300,500 LITTLE ROCK UP) — State tax collections for this month dropped about $300.500, compared to collec lions for the corresponding month last year. The Arkansas Revenue Dept reported that collections this month totaled $9.107,272. Revenue for the first five month of this fiscal year now totals $41, 258, 540, compared to $41,577,932 a year ago. .Aspericade is a caravan of .cars that annually visits the aspenclad fiangre de Cristo Mountains in October to view the glory of the turn- Ing leaves. Mrs. Luce in Hospital ROME (jR — U. S. Ambassado Clare Boothe Luce flew to Naple yesterday to enter a U. S. Nav hospital for treatment of a sinu condition. search Committee, told members of the Dallimore Rotary that he doesn't believe smoking has "anything whatever to do with causing limp ciincer." He called recent arllcles concerning the relation of cigarette smoking and lung cancer "Irresponsible and improvable." FIORS are able to sing under water because they normally sins with their mouth and nostrlU closed. NEW STYLING FOR 1955 MERCURY — New body styling, including canted headlights, full- scope windshield and different rear end appearance has been combined with new interior trims and fabrics for the 1955 Mercury. Shown above is a 1955 Monterey hardtop coupe. Company en- gineers say the new model is completely new with new power plants and other mechanical inprovemems. A choice of two engines is available, one developing 188 horsepower and the other 198. It goes on display at Still Motor Co. tomorrow. Utilities Issue To Be Aired At Public Hearing LITTLE ROCK IJft - Both sides of Arkansas' squabble over public utilities have been invited to attend a meeting in Little Rock Friday, to try to work out mlddle-of-the road legislation. State Rep. Glenn Walther of Pp- laski County said he is arranging the meeting because he fears anti- utility sentiment may stampede the coming session of the State Legislature into passing crippling, public utility bills. The meeting will be held at the Pulaski County Court House. Representatives of Arkansas Power & Light Co., Arkansa5 Louisiana Gas Co., and Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., have been in- vitecl to attend. On the other side, Walther said he has invited critics of public utilities, including Women's Voice, » Little Rock group that has opposed proposed utility rate increases. Members of the Arkansas Public Service Commission, which rules on proposed rate increases, also have been invited. ,_ ., , f ' i _ I who discounts the idea 'Go Ahead, Smoke, 1 But Moderately' BALTIMORE 1/H — "Go ahead and smoke — moderately" is the recommendation of Dr. William F. Reinhoff, noted Baltimore surgeon, smoking causes lung cancer. Dr. Reinhoff. who also is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Tobacco Industry Re- Doctors Often Prescribe This One Active Ingredient TO RELIEVE PAIN OF RHEUMATISM F»!t-«ctin« C-2223 contain! sodium sal- ieyUte to speed welcome comfort. Thou- »ndi use it when rheumatic, arthritic or muscle p«in "«cts up" I Price of first bottle back it not satisfied. Get C-M23. FOR SALE AMMONIUM NITRATE We have uvalUblr for linniedliilr delivery W; Ammonium NHrutc nt ;i UcdiUTd I'rliT Ihroush December Slst. WIN Imiil trucks from 8 to 5 except Saturday anil Snntlu.v. Henderson Seed Co. Hwy.lil South Phone PO. 2-2860 RAZORBACK SPECIAL! HAMBURGER STEAK Complete with French Fries, Combination Salad and Hot Rolls. Pure Ground Beef . Drive In Pure Ground Beet RAZORBACK 75' N E V II O R 1 Z O N Distinguished gifts that say "Remember Me" •GIRO Perfumes-Bath Powder Colognes Giro's superb reputation is a matter of quality! KIRBY DRUG STORES Main at Broadway Main at Second The Catling gun generally is considered as the first machine i gun. Ftr Htf ...17-JEWEL EXPANSION BRACELET FASHION WATCH Gift f*»m... 17-JEWEL WATER-SHOCK PROTECTED WATCH With Expansion Band Rea. $30 Value He'll £0 for this rugged, handsome water and shock-resistant watch. .Expansion band Included at no extra, cost. Give this gift of guaranteed accuracy. First Again...with Nationally famous ftft Wafehes...on Easy Terms! CHARGE IT! *, Pay as little as UPP.I llrnifua W. Wear < Diamonds | Hi Wl.liT \L\I\H1 NEXT YIAR! FIRST SHOWING TOMORROW AMERICAS MOST ADVANCED NEW GARJ955 MERCURY 3 new series! 10 stunning models! New 198-horsepower Super-Torque V-8! Starring a completely new and different series_Ihe Mercury Montclair Jiighest styled, highest powered Mercury ever built And gM 1955 Mercurys are far bigger, longer, lower! For 1955. Mercury introduce ;in enliicly in:w, out-of-llic-luluru car thai lories ami goes like l%0. You are offered a whole .new line-up nf models lliat are lugger all over—in size, in power, in value. You get a daring new Irr.-.h- ness ol line and colors. And under ihc In oil— in ascry scries—there's super [lower. T cre's s new sui'hli-TOIiQL'E V-8 engine wilh 'I- irrcl carburetor in every model, 198 lip ii the Monlclair, I88hpin the Monterey and Cu lorn. But slop in .11 our showroom and j^el all the news firsthand. Gel the facia on Mercury's now instant acceleration at any speed. Sec the exvitin^ sweep of Mercury's new I'ull-Scope windshield . . . llie dual-exhaust syslcms at no extra <:o«.i on the Montclair and Monterey . .. Most important, there's a far wider range of Bcries and models to choose from—the now ultra-low Monlclair series, the popular Monterey series, and the economy-minded Custom series. NEW TUBELESS TIRES AT NO EXTRA COST ON ALL 1955 MERCURYS EXHAUST PERFORMANCE Don't mi- the bit televWon hit, "TOAST OF THE TOWN" with Ed Sullivan. Sunday evening, 1:00 to »:00, WIIBQ, Channel 13. bt|rlnnln| D«. U STILL MOTOR COMPANY Walnut at First Strctt

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