The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 20, 1955
Page 13
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20,195B BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COTJBTEK NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN Canadian. Island Worshipers Have New Church for Christmas By PETER BUCKLEY Canadian Prei> Staff Writer QUEBEC (AP) — Villagers o£ Island of Orleans Parish will attend Midnight Mass this Christmas Eve in a modern stone church. For more than 200 years parishioners in the village near Quebec have worshiped in a little wooden church built in 1717. Time at last caught up with the St. Lawrence River Island The church has become a museum. iHirse-dniwn sleighs, with bells tinkling, will still brinf villagers HI Mass this Christmas Eve, but they will share parking space be- Shade Trees Are Weapons PALL RIVER, Mass. (/P) —Someone unidentified has cut halfway through the 10-inch diameters of four shade trees on the property of .Mrs. Anne L. Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell asked police Friday to investigate. She said that eacn morning this week she found evidence the trees had been sawed ••so that when the wind blows they'll topple on the house." side late-model cars. With the spread of English influence, sweeping changes have ccme over the ' 'Jour de Noel'' throughout Quebec province in the last few decades. Reserved for Visit* New Year's Day, until recent years, was traditionally reserved for visits to neighbors and relatives, the giving of presents und hospitality. Now it is still a. time to visit but Chrstmas has become the day when Pere Noel (Father Christmas) makes his trip from the North Pole. One tradition that has hung on, although considerably deflated, is the "revelllon." On Christmas morning after Midnight Mass, the gathers around the, Christmas tree —another innovation—for the ex change of gifts followed by a meal. This meal nowadays is inclined to be a modest affair of sandwiches. or a cold buffet and fruit cake or cookies. The Christmas Day dinner it- setf is almost a duplicate of that enjoyed in English-speaking families—stuffed turkey, baked potatoes, vegetables and dessert, usually pie. There is life of the strictly French tradition In the meals. Huge College Budget Okayed LOS ANGELES I/PI — Regents of the University of California have approved a 95 million dollar budget for the eight campuses for 1956-57. Harry Wellman, university vice president said the estimated enrollment for 1956-57 is 40,559 for the eight campuses, 7.7 per cent higher than the previous year. Anderson Wants Full Secret of H-BombTold CLEVELAND (fl — Sen. Clinton Anderson (D-NM) says the Atomic Energy Commission should tell the public all details about Its quest to harness, the H-bomb Jor peacetime purposes so that more hands and brains can Join In the recently announced project. He expressed that opinion after telling newsmen that the AEC had even kept members of the. Joint Senate-House Atomic Committee in the dark about the project lor awhile. He Is chairman of the committee, He said that last March he took some of uhe members of his committee on a tour of the AEC's atomic laboratory at Los Alamos, N. M. But, he said, "I was not allowed" to take them through one area where, he found out later, research on the controlled fusion, or H-bomb reaction, was going on. Captured Craft TOKYO (#)—The Maritime Safety Board said 92 Japanese fishing boats had been captured by Russian coast guard craft this year. Eighty other craft were chased out of the area near the Soviet Kurile Islands. Police Given Indian Awards LOB ANGELES Ufi — Two members of the police robbery squid were given rewards ot blzehozos Thursday. Blzchozos, in case you didn't know, resemble beaded necklaces with medallions on them. They were presented to Sgt. Tom Buckley and officer Robert Pelnado by Chief Wah Nee Ota, who says he is of the Creek Indian tribe. The chief wanted to show his appreciation to the officers. It seems they arrested a robbery suspect who previously had struck up an acquaintance with the chief. Now Wah Nee Ota believes he would have been next on the man's list of possible victims. Exchanges Said Aid to Commies NEW YORK Ifl — The International Confederation of Free Trade Unions has advised its members in 80 countries to avoid giving support to Communist labor groups by exchanging visiting delegations. The conferedation's executive board said "Communist dictatorships seek such delegation exchanges" to win "moral respecta- j bility and legitimacy" for their j "state company unions." Largest Nuclear Microscope Is Introduced BALTIMORE (JP) — The world's largest nuclear microscope capable of measuring parti of an atom "with an accuracy of four-thou- landths of a trilllonth of an inch; was introduced Thursday by the Air Force. Air Research UK! Development Command headquarters here said the instrument, with an "eyepiece" weighing 54 tons, had been developed by Stanford University scien-: tlsta under contract to ARDC. i "Stanford physicists believe the | instrument eventually will be able to measure protons, the smallest matter within the nuclus of an atom," said the statement. Prof. Robert Hofstadter, director of the nuclear research program at, Stanford, spent three years designing and building it. Self Service LOUISVILLE, Ky. (*!—Mrs. Win nie Carolnnd, 32, doesn't figure her I Job as a waitress includes dishing | out cash to holdup men. So when' the bandit entered the Dinette grill — hand In pocket — and demanded the money In the cash register, she told him, "If you want the money, get it yourself." He did, making off with $25. SALES POSITION Sears, Roebuck & CO. Sears has openings for ambitious men Interested in i selling career. These positions offer all employe bene- fils and career advantages, which include profit sharing and paid vacations. Draw and commission method of compensation assures excellent earnings to agree- aive men. Experience desirable, but not necessary. Applicants must have a car, but out-of-town traveling not required. If you are between 23 and 38, in good health, and have a high school education, you are invited to apply in person to the local Manager at the Sears Catalog Sales Office, 217 West Main Street, Blylheville, Ark., between the hours of 9 and 5. toWEAR Hudson has a complete selection of Gifts for Him at prices you can afford! AT HUDSON'S... YOUR HOLIDAY SUIT NEW STYLE SWEATERS in lambswool and orlon. In soft shades of blue, mint and plum with the popular new style V- neck. Wonderful gift idea. , In all the choice fabrics. They «re expertly tailored in every detail. These are not ordinary suits . . . but fine quality CHARCOAL TONE woolen* that really make a* imprm- sion. In charred tones of gray, black, blue, brown. In regulars, shorts and longs. Complete sizes. THEY'RE PRICED TO SELL REGULARLY AT $59.50. BOY'S SUITS All Wool, Fine Quality. Sizes 11 to 20. from 2495 SPORT COATS - New flak * tonM '" * h shades to harmonize or contrast with slacks. All sizes — Brown Blue • Gray - Tan. GABARDINE AND POPLIN JACKETS in all the popular new shades. Tans, brown and grays. These styles are sure to please him. ESQUIRE SOCKS in (he popular new stretch styles he likes so well. In all colors to match. See Bert Parks in 1 "Stop The Music' Channel 13 Thursday — 7:30 p.m. | Sponsored by Van Heusenl! HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blytheville, Arkansas Steele, Missouri VAN HEUSEN PAJAMAS in a sparkling gift selection. All men like the cut and comfort of Van Heusen pajamas. In broad cloth and rayons. PIONEER BELTS in the handsomest collection we have ever offered. Scores o£ styles on request. VAN HEUSEN SPORT SHIRTS . . . Stunning new styles designed by Van Heusen featuring the popular Italian collar styles. Sharp colors. A wonderful gift idea. BERKERAY HEK SUEDE JACKET. In gray, rust brown blend with charcoal clothing or light tan, this is a standout. Dry cleans beautifully. Soft niul supple, yet wears and wears. VAN HEUSEN SPORT SHIRTS IN GABARDINES and poplins. They come in many colorful designs featured by expert tailoring detail. Scpres to choose from

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