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   Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - December 24, 1957, Lawrence, Kansas                                t TUESDAY DECEMBER 1957 Next Move Is Re Peebles Again Pray X Peace oh ftl AuttUtt frui On the first ut0r soviet nioom the psopfct of many lands day ptaycd tot eat earth Clear of rity and stooirhy j best Christmas present could the President later in a report to the The holiday swum found dared wars going os spora in Algeria and Jn and eitfl uamt m Cuba and Maarpstfrto Christmas refugee Hungarians camps East Gemeas to Palestine Arabs ta to Hong Dutch from aesta in But m war scare disturbed tte Holy In contrast to tost when the Sinai was Jost tension ehbsd away from barriers that split Thousands of pflgrtae leUgtoaB toatght bretmg the Urft of More wnsje was peeled lor to the Ut aad higher mountain areas of the Italy to get the tra But group of the thousands the world had plenty of Sitting en feet of enow teevtae International Ceo phisleaf Year crew at the South Pete extended greeting to four visiting newsmen from McMorde aircraft to by Iks Chief Tosses Responsibility ack to Ruts WASHINGTON fatent Eisenhower tossed back to Moscow last night respon sibility for making the next great move to reduce world tensions and open the path to disarmament and In timetested he Mid that all that it needed to bring about a definite start to ward universal security and peace is a spirit of conciliation on both sides and clear of Com munist Integrity and sincerity In negotiations and in For no for no Individ ual among he could there be a finer Christmas nor a better New hv Oermany entertained andraeBt gifts to some or phaw saT needy old sad proud fhsy had thrown the QvMmasL partyeverheld fcr mote than Little Rock youngster Wont Hove a Tree This Year NORTH LRTLE Is no Christmas tree for 13year4M wHttani PaWek OBrien BUty lies stffl aW sflent hi a Utfle Meek hospitatunable to tat of hearas he has US saother days ago Ored bullet Into Us tt he should and that is the Seen in Ike Mamlng Of Hannah to Post the TOW may have advanced for the asto by senatorial ap dvfl naming John A Hannah as its The White Rouse announced that president of Sfichi State wffl replace oar Supreme Court Justice Stanley who resigned be eauM be said his judicial respon sibtlitiM aad oonflUt with omm ssion Ftarmer Doyle Garttoa ef Florida was named to the whkh now Includes o appointments iMsn Mary M1 ssiarpsnot two ox ner tfane seas sad Ihest turned the pistol on The twtos a widow M 34 and apoar sntiy frantic ever financial dlffl flred a fatal bullet teto Billys grandfather Vanoe a cabinet said two kept Wily Pat breath mg 244MUT nursmg care and the handLof He as thmgs now the boy soon may have cnlyibe of money for nunes has run Kvery two hours nurses must turn the and the boy must be fedwith a This costs about S1SO a 1ft 1 months nursing expenses have totaled more than of his ire subject to Senate money for insurance was The small amount from Security and a pension the boy receives because his father was killed to World War II is not fodat Thedootors and Of said fee had hem called M statements statements to general fei mat he believes the South have Paf s mother and Tjual eatd Ren Brooks Hays tetormed him mat BjUly Pat cannot he admitted to Vetsrena Admimatration Hos pttal bseause of ef can j M We can go three more said MrrWal weO tefj the nurses to go and Ill sH wltt I husbandTbittw at to to find further aid for Ml said Billy Pat Wsft b Awirded WAgHINGTW m A eonstruc totallng has d for work on thi Iat the Gensr AdminletrattaB an kw jldder Hsstings OoaetractkM MJg far other Eisenhoww brew his deedsnot words challage to the has many tunes isi the tai a radlo4elevWoa to America on last weeks NATO Council meeting tary of Stato jehMd Dul tae pwrtatd the bulk of djng or ooeesionaUy voicing agree As Eisenhower offered taett ap provatr0uUes all but spunwd Russias call of last Saturday for a special seseien of the United Nations or an Intematianal ference to deal with the ehjsive disarmament said that of K nations obviously cant be a negotiating The Russian bid followed Soviet rejection of NATOs proposal for a of disarmament dick ering by the foreign mtalaten Eastern and Western put with a clearimplication that the Sovietsmust to give as well as get at any conference ta Door Left Opra One high administration official said the door has been left wide open for disarmament negotia tions if Russia Just wants to step through in a demonstration of good Eisenhower wss de scribed as not haying ruled out any a headVof government Except for the heavy frown a special session dis there wasnt much new in the Eisenhower Dulles House Speaker Sam Rayburh DTex Rath me emphasis was on reem phasizing old The banks of Lawrence will not be open for business on Wednes December in observance of Christmas Religious Scenes Lighf Haskell Campus Among the most talkedabout Christmas decorations thla year in Lnwrrnco is the croup of relicious including this Nativity decorating the Haskell Institute campus for the holiday The rollKluus rsptvinlly nt worn pared by various Haskell vocational shops in a contest sponsored by the schools Vociitionnl Trade and Journfll World Photo by Leonard Mild Weather Seen For Christmas Day traffic Load Light A forecast of mild weather for Wedentday will disappoint anyone who wanted ttf sera white Christ but it is a happy one for local traffic safety Because of the favorable weather and light traffic today on local these agencies arc opti mistic that this area once again Navy Radar Plane IsTraditlonal on j At Churches in Area Missing 23 Celebrate w w HONOLULU plane with crewmen aboard wont Pacific 25 miles north of Oahu lust j Muny Lawrence area churches An armada of surface craft and rescue pianos sped to the nrcu and i prepared today to cqlebrate the after mWnlght picked up four survivors and two bodies The Whd were wearing lifepreservers but were not In n said their Super Constellation ditched in rough the Conditions of the details of the ditching and the reason for it were not immediately Nativity it the wWi Prince of Peace Worship services on Christmas Eve and on the holy day I changed to 21 six officers of nm The Two crashboats speed res118 i Church of St John the Evnnucllit will escape any serious mishaps cuo craft from Kaneolw Early said Air Station pulled the survivors one of the inon thought aboard ut niidniRlit 6 turned up in iloswuown and ConstHo was Identified us cutters llichiird Registration By Methodists Due To Start Friday And Counielon Will Bt for 5Day Matt The Methodist college students and resenting more than col leges and universities in every state in the arid joined by approximately 200 foreign will begin registration for the sJxth quadrennial National Method on the Christmas Similar conditions prevailed a year and only one minor holi day accident took place in this j and Head from the Air Force Collection on D is rphnns jj antj Christmas day accident toon place in this Guard cutlers no deaths and no merchant ships converged on1 ner who on liberty the Visibility wassix miles The Suprr OmKtellaiion look Dourf Countvs 1957 traffic nnd waves atout six feet at 10 Such W injuries Douelas Countys 1957 traffic record may be one of the best in recent So far six fatalities have been recorded in the compared with 12 at this time a year r The radarcrammed made its last It was base at Barbers Point Naval Air Station on i Some cloudiness is expected to A short time later radar screens continue through Wednesday inpicked It up only 25 miles north area but no rain or snow is f of the apparently for a landing at Barbers j Suddenly it dropped fill the j Twentyone men had first bcenj reported That was later ridnr pa en 2 Gene Doane wants your Sundin Family Reported Safe anf Cnrl former Salvation Army offlfiuls are Hut bolweon Mon day and this it was Vjelievcd and Sundin now stationed in a Sundin family was killed in a car accident in The couple was identified as Catholic will be and A midnight Mass also will he hold the Catholic Church In The Christmas Eucharist will be celebrated at tonight in Trin ity Episcopal 10th and following a carol sing at Holy Communion will be nt10 Trinity Lutheran 13th find will hold Holy Communion services at Thp Pentccostnl 19th and will have a Christmas Kve program nt 8 Tlw Methodist 10th and plans a Communion service at 11 Tmmanuel Lutheran 17th and will have a childrens 1st Student Conference at 8 Friday at Kansas Univer i Most of a record will represent ing Wesley Foundations and Meth odist Student Movement unttt at other colleges at the fiveday KU While In they will several prominent hear world premltre of an witness dramatic presentations and partic ipate In worship and many other Opnnlftf In Friday The first general of the conference Is set for Fri day In Hoch The opening session will he a Introducing the central of the Our Lord Our Church Our The opening program will be under of Har old professor of creative arts attheBoston Uni versity School of preacher for the Chester will lead a worship service Saturday morning snd eneh morning except for last day of the He Is pan tor of Hennepln MetnodUt Norman Cousins of New York editor of the Saturday Re view will speak at U At Sat a scientist and a theologian will discuss mans present situa tion as viewed from two perspec Participating In the dia logue will be Klrtlty Math er professor of geology at Harvard and i Howard professor Boston University School of Other high lights of the confer will include Sunday 11 message by HaroM pastor of First Methodist Discussion on Communicating the Gospel Through the Arts by artist Selg frted and sculptor Clark Interlocutor will be Marvin New York Department of Wor ship and the National Council of address by Bishop Fred Philadel Pa president of the Board of Education of the Methodist Church anothe rsesskm on the featuring a perform ance by the Robert Jeffrey Theater Christmas program at 7 to and Christmas worship serv ice at 10 and Sidney UutchinRs of Law rence received a cull Monday st AMK 900 Charles Overstake of Kansas SJ Christmas early worship City head of the informscrvlcos at 6 Ing him of the The Hutch ings family immediately wired flow ers to the Sundin family in Sheboy learned it was all a I A and Sundin were killed in a car wreck Monday In And they were Salvation i Army but not from where Carl Sundin is from Mulchings talked to Wesley a son of this Wesley said his parents are In Sheboygan today and are all Is the happiest Christmas presents we could have received said The Sundins are sonal friends of and we were shocked to hear of their are alive is the best possible La O read Mike Nunez of 745 St art among 96 little merchants who deliver the JournaJ handle street sales as they were waiting ftr their Christmas Eve off the they stopped for a chat with Santa to give the Jolly fellow in around the world and with flying Russiah Sputniks as he and are the sons of and Paul lastTOlHite inatractiom for his i the The Eudora Methodist Church will have a Christmas program at Worship in the home is scheduled for members oh Wednesday Piftil Evangelical and Re formed Church at Eudora will hold a Christmas Eve program at with the public Christmas Day Divine services will be at 10 Many area churches also will hold their regular midweek serv ices Wednesday Former State Official Dies Monday injoplin OSWEGO Oswego osteopath ice 1918 and a former the Kansas died yesterday In a hos He served in the Kansas House about 20 years During his practice at he delivered many several thousand into the third gen 11 Children Die in Fire W i Elev en Indian children burned to I death in two separate fires Iteration of the same family British Columbia j Fordyce was a charter Six youngsters perished when member of the Oswego Rotary their home on the Musqueam reClub and had a perfect attend servh in South Vancouver was record Irom the time me stroyed hv lomoo club was organized in Five by children died blaze on Vancouver in another WINFIELD MAN IB club was organized in Funeral services will be in Os wego r M1 State Draft Call Is 151 W Delano i was killed TOPEKA oTA Kansas draft last night in a onecar accident i call for February of 151 the a half mile east of this Grdenlargest since the 170 called up wood County last has been announced by The State Patrol said Joe se Palmers ear left 54 andjlective service plunged into a The car did not Palmer Stovers the patrol address by George professor at Harvard University and preach st the Memorial Church S World premiere of The Invisible about the Wesleysand the Wesley an move with a chorus of to be presented by the Kansas City Phil harmonic orchestra under the di Coniimu4 an Pttgi 10 KANSAS TKAFTIC DEATHS TOPEKA traffic fa talities listed by the State Acci dent Records Section In last 24 To date In Same in THIWIATHER PARTLY CLOUOT NORTHEAST KANSAS Partly cloudy taroiga Warmer Low tonight High la TIMPIRATUHK MBAOINOjS 4 8 m i ZT 10 M 2 Yentcrdty hlKh 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