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   Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - December 24, 1956, Ludington, Michigan                                CHUCKLi FOR TODAY A many in the business world today speak as they mora VOLUME 43 THE LUDDMGTON DAILY NEWS An Independent Newspaper Sewing Mason County and Surrounding Area DECEMBER 1956 WEATHER Mostly cloudy with a few snow flurries tonight And PRICE SEVEN CENTS WORLD NEWS SUMMARY Nations Holiday Death Toll By The Associated Press At least 21 persons have died in Michigan traffic accidents thus far in the long Christmas week bringing mourning to almost s score families that normally would be rejoicing in holiday Hazardous driving conditions were not expected to improve despite a drop in tempera tures that should end a week of fog and Light snow and snow flurries threatened to make high ways even more dangerous as thousands headed home on Christ mas WASHINGTON Weather Bureau today forecast Christmas snow flurries for the northern tier of states from the Rockies to the Pennsylvania mountains and up stale New Reviewing holiday weather the bureau said fair weather could be expected over most of the with precipi tation largely limited to the areas due for It said there be a few showers in extreme southern DETROIT Thf Michigan Employment security Commission invoking a 1954 law to build up its solvency account will increase payroll taxes on employers by onehalf of one per cent VIENNA Austrian border police said today that 751 more plus an armed Ruv sian tank trudged across the snowy border Sunday night to seek refuge in the RIO UE Please turn to Page Column 5 Texas Fugitives Are Captut James Marlow Writes Santa Delivers Gifts That Some Would Like Refused By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst Twas the night before a time one expects A gent in red flannels to pay his Hes inclined to be But never forget hes a little bit For some of the gifts he has deep in his sack Are things you may wish you could make him take Its not that hes He has lots of regrets That he fill in full all the orders he The trouble of course with some gifts that he brings Nixon Says Red Party Suffered Mortal Blow WASHINGTON JT Vice Presi dent Nixon said today interna tional communism has suffered a mortal blow from which it cannot recover as a result of the sacri fices of the Hungarian Nixon made this comment at the airport here on returning from a firsthand study of the Hungar ian problem in Nixon said he will make ic recommendations to President Eisenhower within the next week nn ways and means we can do our full share in finding new homes for the Hungarians uho have fled Hungary rather than continue to live under Com munist I am as I return Three Accidents Are Reported Three accidenls were reported in Mason county and Ludington dur ing the weekend by police At Saturday Fred Con nelly of Custcr lost control of his ear as he entered US10 at Wal halla and struck a telephone whose arm was in jured was taken to Paulina Stearns hospital for treatment and then The Sheriffs department re ported that cars driven by Thilda Olson of West who was traveling and Clyde Miller of who was going collided at the intersection of US10 and the main road at Miller was given a sum mons for driving while under the influence of intoxicating Extensive damage resulted to both Carl Swanson of 718 East Fos ter street a traffic sum mons for careless driving after a collision a Saturday at the corner of Ludington and Wash ington Ludington police His car collided with one driven by Iverson of 802 New William Both cars were damaged from a firsthand study of the situ he the cour ageous people who fought for free dom in Hungary should be con sidered a problem only lo the So viet As a result of their international communism has suf fered a mortal blow from which cannot It has been ex posed as a gigantic Nixon said the whole world knows now that communism can maintain its hold on the people controls only by And his tory tells a regime based on force alone can be temporarily success ful as it is in Hungary but in the long run it is doomed to Nixon declined to say whether he will recommend to Eisenhow er the United States open its borders to more than the Hungarians it has already agreed to Our efforls up lo lime have been said at the but it Ls how long you must wait before cutting the A recent example Adlai Last year at lime he could i get what he sought A brand new for he a to live in While maybe Its a rather nice and rent but and more than one Hul Ike was the lo Santa was of ensons II made him as as if he had Since the gifts Ilia lie gave theyd recall all their To Ike he presented a Mouse pass And lo Adlai a sign Keep off the The moral in if to that many a package opened up Home Burns at Uerville While one I W A LK E L 1 A W a I k e r v 111 family was left homeless the day before Christmas when their home burned to the ground in a spectac ular fire here Walkerville called to tthe scene arrived tool Nixon late to be of any aid in salvaging is an I the home or Following pa Irulwcn used 1alinl and Sunday in up six ji breakers who had rubbed a unit and wounded a Male trooper The six bail slugged a jailer in escaping Irom Iheir in were accused ol offense in ma their way towa Vnrk I up Ihr jaii his w hi1 nf rash uid lire riieakiiig inlo an apartment l ye I a womans auto key al unn point and her car for their a couple of cas til their anlo leaving them locked in a closet of their Robbing a mold near here midnight Saturday and leavin Iwo men and a woman bound am Taidn a patrol c al wrecking it and shoo the patrolman who erl them for Stealing and abandoning three dlher ears in heir efforls lo was Stair Kit brry who the ear afler I motel of which was hen Mr gave and eaughl Ihern Alien they got losl on a si i They look his cruiser al gun I point and put him in the back I split up inlo Hie ears and headed hack lo Hie I own j Then Dilbrey tried lo lake a gun j from one nf Hie The driver lurned and hol him in the loMiig of the which rammed a ulilily pole in i of Die The Ihen roared away in Texas ear jut as fie Ohio molorisls Mopped lo help Iiilbrcy to he nearby lo alert Ihe Male highway Tlie palrol iiniiiedialely Ilirrw Iroipers into a massive man They up i around Ihe launched palrol boats on the Cumberland River and borrowed h r e radio equipped helicopters from Hie Ar my at nearby Police Manhunt Topped Weekend Hits MidWay Point Ihen i chased PATIENTLY si it al Iheir fireplace u ail for from the arrival of Saul a Ihe North Iole on of visit lo the children News opportunity and a challgenc for us for the few items thai to join with other free nations to j carried out by resident complete this task of seeing thatj The owned by be the refugees find new homes dur ing this period when they arc un able to return to their own News Publishes Simonian Today The News is publishing a copy of The Simons school paper today on page This is the first time The Simonian has appeared in The Frank is located one mile cast and one mile north of The Walkervillc fire department reported the fire start ed when grandchildren of the Cripples kicked over a lamp while Iheir building fire in dov n Firemen at Hie cenc of the fire for three re ported by tin firemen that no insurance on the Asks New Trial in Murder Case Henry is serving a term at Southern Michigan prion in for murder in the first he brought here on motion for a lie as cnlenccd to prion in The motion ill he in a i iin of on circuit court ffi i Max comers to are ealicd and the oldlimcr Thousands of Christian Arabs Make Pilgrimage Despite MidEast Storm with 405 Dead By The Associated The Iragic toll of dead and in jured mounted steadily across the nation loday as the four flay Christmas holiday slipped past the midway Ky CST highway ac cidenls alone had taken 405 persons died hi fires and 45 in miscellaneous That brought Ihe overall death toll to ITCi as Ihe fourday holiday period headed into its final 40 The National Safely Council re ported that unless drivers used greater caution during the re mainder of Ihe period from 6 Friday lo midnight Tuesday lo cal Ihe council forecast of a record MO killed on the high ways will be Council President Ned Dear born renewed his appeal for motor ing Americans to drive as a na tional He warned Look out for Ihe other triistvMntv1 Last Christhfil weekend holds lie present traffic denih record of The overall accident total was 782 was less Ulan he alltime holf day foial set during a fourday In dependence Day period In The Christmas record toll Is 789 for 1951s fourday Christmas A mixture of freezing drizzle and rain made driving con ditions hazardous Saturday and over much of the eastern portion of the Safely experts cited the poor weather and drinking drivers as important factors in the growing accident A comparative lull in the slaughter was predicted by safety officials until Tuesday Christ mas many trav elers were expected to end holiday visits and take lo flic j Checking a nonholiday Hie Associated Press recorded 500 I traffic deaths from 5 o The National Safety Council es timated Hint for each person killed turn to Page Column 4 By ROBERT I MOII of i fruiu TUCKMAN raeli Seelion of hristian cniscd inlo ill a Yilletide pil holv pi be Ho Gale jOf Jc piigr of reeenl Middle iliijf made iiiol ad hn ma m Ui1 n i f i began al midmoniing hundreds had i through MandelbauiTi into Hie Jordanian Old City illy lo Hie Jiu then was oniv a of pilgrims from foreign I by Jordanian He said The annual influx ol lourjlhcy wrecked a dispensary in a and old village in northern Israel with a I YlSlLANTI PCS all bui halted Ihe reI Mine father of four eerif open j n the divided holy i robbery mali barbed wire fences Jerusalem Arab and Arab Lc aiil Israeli soldiers frontier watch from Thieves Beat Man to Death Many ol tin Hie arnveil in from JJiblical Jaffa and oilier Arab communities maintained in ill I el II Ill III aflcr lo in Die old dl miles in Kven Jiriliau i red in an army pokeman report d OPEN CHRIST M AS MORNING until PRAEDELS SUPERETTE 310 Washington The Weather Weather Bureau Forecast Northwestern Lower with light snow or snow flurries and a little colder MosHy cloudy with a few snow flurries tonight and Colder Winds north to northwest 15 to 20 mph diminish ing tonight and becoming north west to west High today 28 to Low tonight 15 to High Tuesday 22 to Outlook for cloudy and a little warmer with occasional snow flurries north Highest temperature 3 Pope Pius Proclaims Morality of Defensive War in Message By JAMES LONG VATICAN CITY has proclaimed the morality of defensive ar and called on the world to give the United Nations the ani power j prevent In some of She of his J8ear the head of the Roman Catholic con demned communiiin in his annual Christmas message for trying to in one way Highest temperature thu dair since I 61 in 138S 4 in 1878 i The sun sets today at andl jmDOp 11 nponipv rises Tuesday at and on an Tuesday at or a special The moon sets today at uav nf lifp and rises Tuesday at m and 3Dle Wd Ot UIe Tuesday at Jlr Popr made il clear i in lie of Ihe the I As freedom fighter of Hungary had i the moral right to resist Russian j doul force with 11 It h he that i lion in the present circumstances there j rcfu can be verified in a nation the situation every effort lo avoid war being expended in effective selfdefense and with the hope of a favorable out come against attack and intoler could not be considered I Against he only ifif unanimous and cou uTCST radio hundreds of millions injragcous behavior of all who love Maximum around the the truth and the good can pre way The message was carried by i to hundreds of millions lil prrf I did not call torti by nainc but lie left no his earold pontiff said na uch Hungary which if admit be refucd membership in the 1 nitcd I lie world con tinufi shoiiil have the and of forestalling all military ntion of one talc in an and alo Ihe right and of timing by of nt police Ihe safe guarding of order in the state which is Oni in sliliilioii like can promises t he a m bit of an in Ilir IJiitcl of to reduce specially lo abandon production under Ihe ternational and ue of mutually exc Iricl obligation of in powi inlerif otliT powrr For the second thiIope ciidorcd Irrv open ment ilent IJi mi cl inch pro i for aerial inspection to as sure observance of disarmament pi edge Ariel he solidly backed Ihp Wests demands for disarmament j with sandbagged j Kor Ihe first time since Ihe stale of Israel was founded eight Jordanian authorities banned Ihe traditional consular corp1 procession from Jerusalem lo iJclhlfhcm along Ihe bibical roul taken by and The roiile was blocked by four 1 ol tone fence barricades and i of concrcle dragons iteeih ai Ihe border point on the of I Jordan authorities said foreign Iliplciruals wishing lo cross into j Jordan for Ihe religious services woull be allowed passage through Hie lul many in Ihe consular corps they boycott the trip because of Ihe on the diplomatic At Ihe ierbeaLeii Welcome1 signs con other signs reading Kiuiitier ICnciny itself seemed like a dead There have been prac jlicitlly n louvists hince the Israeli iinysision of hgjpt 29 and the j attack on Port l Said soon Port Huron was beaten to death at Willow Run Air minutes after his wifes par ents arrived from Minnesota Sun day night for a Christmas The robberyslaying victim was 11 yearold Lavcrn employe of the Michigan State University extension Two men were grabbed but State Police said preliminary questioning failed to establish any connection with the bludgeoning of Both were Wegener found her hus band dying in a pool of blood in I the airport parking She said he told her on route to an Ann Arbor hospital at least two per sons attacked him with what he thought was a piece of Wegener was pronounced dead I upon arrival al University Hos Wegener had gone with his wife i to the airport to meet her j and Len Miller of Minne j a He left the three talking over Christmas plans Wegener in the airport while he to get bile from the Wegener when her husband She went to In 1D02 more than half the motor vehicles in New York state were 1 driven by t NO ISSUE There will be no isji News Ghlli The next   

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