The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 3, 1955
Page 5
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SATURDAY, DKCEMP.RR 3, 1055 BLYTHEVILI.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Scenes from City's Christmas Parade Journey to Bethlehem, True Light MBC Angeli and the Shepherds, First Christian Wise Men Before Herod, Trinity Baptist Christmas in Home, First Baptist Birth of Our Lord, Calvary Baptist Christ In Prophecy, Wesley Memorial Wise Men at the Manger, First Method!* Merry Christmas, Blytheville Y Ih.pherds In the Field, Assembly of God Christmas Carols, First Presbyterian !A' The Old Gentleman Himself Crowd watches BHS Majorettes strut by. A Courier News Photo Feature Dream Proves Real SYLACAl'SA, Ma. Wi— L. H. Dil Inrd rireanied ho wns on a rm'r biink dlfcharsiii'! dynamite. Boom! Boom' Boom! the. third boom knuilscd him °" T of bed mid ho picked himself up in the wrecked bedroom of his combl- nation home and slur'. 1 wind 1 had hren smashed Dy An nutomobile. I State Patrolman Bill Summerliu :,ald William J. G odwin went to sleep while drivins down a steep hill. The car went down an embank- ' ment, hurdled a ditch and crushed nto the Dillard house at a poln- ibont 200 yards from the highway | Porkino Fees Rising, Too Tin? annual wood crop of the ti.iilcci Sta!,«s would rlnR tlie c.irth .1711 times with a onivinch board n mot wide. DETROIT I/T) - Higher UXos, in,reused wages and bigger curs have resulted in a boost of parking lot foos in downtown Detroit. I William II, Coy general nmruiKcr uf (ho Detroit Parking Assn., says, incrrnsod parkins fco?-' aro in pffoctj ' nt about, 'lu per cent of downtown | ' lots. Increased tax ftsscssmeDtsj Thieves Crack Up Baltimore MV-Callcri '^ ihr RCW of n thn.T--v;ny iinLomobhc ra!!:Mnn Patrolman Morris Sioin found thnv iiutomobilcs, all right, but. no dnv- r.i or pass'TiRC-r.-,. A fjuick check told him why. A i tlirre c'sirs had been stol(;n shoril^ before the accident. Turkeys Pretty Smart Birds of turning their back^ to it," l-lddy says. "Tlie bird is ju.-it I>i?nv4 sin:irt. I That way the wind prc.-.scs his i feathers close to his body, kiV'puiK } him warm." idi Some ' have contributed to the rise, Coy says, and "newer, wl'ler and nuicli longer automobiles have cut !h<' capaeily ol lots by a tremeiuhni:. amount." 'I'tey're wrong," .suys ,Iohn I'lddy, whoso turkey farm at ne'rby Grand .lutiction has served as temporary 'musing for some 100,000 lurkeys In •hf past 18 years. "People always say turkeys Preview of Destruction CAMDKN, Al'k l/lv-fiovrr.iil ymmi! In.ys wire mvit'd by all Arm\ re- stupid for facing the wind instead muter to step inside a Pulton unit Gibraltar Falls RAROIN. III. UY-A friend of A 13. Boyd spoke confidently about the new window he had installed al Uie Boyd home. "Ain't nothing gon- na jar it out," he said. A hailstorm 35 inlnllics later broke on display here. One of Ihem accidentally released the brakes. The lank rolled down an Incline and iTnslied Into a parked automobile, destroying it. all the windows on the south side of the hmise—including the one installed "like Gibraltar." IHfi'lEST RANK Oilkeship Is the hlRhest hereditary rank In the British peerage. Ii. England, dnkcs take precedence over all except princes and prln- ,-i-ss of the roval hlood. and Archbishops of Canterbury and York, and Uie Lord Chancellor.

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