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   Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - December 26, 1956, Ludington, Michigan                                CHUCKLE FOR TODAY Doctor What truf tightwad patient complain ing about now Nurso He says he got well before all the medi cine was used VOLUME 44 THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS An Independent Newspaper Serving Masoti County and Surrounding Area DECEMBER 1956 WEATHERi Cloudy with occasional mow tonight and day and turning PRICE SEVEN CENTS WORLD NEWS SUMMARY Nations Motorists Set AilTime Record for Fatalities as Death Toll Climbs to 695 JACKSON Wt A young convict vho escaped from prison here in a futile effort to see his critically il mother in probably wont be allowed to attend her Donald got as far i but surrendered In police there when he learned his mother had died at Los Anael MCGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE j Twentyone Hungarian refugees made the trip to Ameri ca in plush style land ing at this huge air center aboard President Eisenhowers personal the freight j car loaded with a secret shipment j of government explosives caught fire and blew up at the edge of Selkirk Tuesday The blast broke out at least half j the window panes in Al most every building showed some A 300pound chunk of steel hurtled a quarter or a mile into main street and clipped power No one was Selkirk is a of fewer than Ifld in western about 30 miles from the Colorado NEW YORK Industrials paced the stock market to an ad vance early this afternoon in ac tive Pivotal issues rose from frac tions to around two Some stocks lost ground while other is sues made gains far ahead of the general Steels were Uic pacemakers but leading rail stocks showed many fractional Chemicals and farm implements were Nonferrous metals were By The Associated Press Floridas winter vacalionland recorded colder temperatures to day than Temperatures dipped below freezing in crowded winter resort The mercury sagged to 31 at Daytona It was 28 at Cross early At the same time in Great it was Search Cabin to Find Clues of 55 Slaying WASHINGTON W Israel has called on the United States to try to halt border raids which the Is raelis contend arc being carried out by Arab commandos under Egyptian A formal diplomatic note sent to the State Department Tuesday bv the Israeli Embassy said uur MUSKEGON W Searchers combed a Duck Lake area today to determine whether an abandon ed cabin was linked to an unsolved 1053 slaying or whether il was grim evidence of a previously un discovered i The cabin first was believed a possiblclink in the death of IVter j 12yearold j Boy Scout who was fatally j shot after he vanished July from nearby Camp His body and hiking equipment were found more than a month later in a Lakrton township woods south of the The slayer has the period 2 24 there rhided were 19 separate i Muskegon County authorities be licvc he have been slain in ANN ARBOR For its own the lonely which two weeks the United States should ago was found to contain blood yearOld Killed Christmas Eve in ScooterTruck Crash Near City County Marks 7th Traffic Fatality of Year open its doors to more Hungarian a University of Michigan psychologist just returned from Vienna said Please turn to Page Column 5 stained bedding and a laltcred Investigators also that the items may be evidence of another Sumatra Chiefs Refuse Demands Indonesia W T h e insecure coalition government of Premier All Sastroamidjojo today rejected demands that it resign over the army revolt in The taken at an eight hour emergency meeting of the was made despite pres sure from coalition parties which threatened to withdraw their Cabi net Immediately after the Cabinet a cabinet spokesman an nounced the resignation cf Dach lan representing the vet erans Ipki party in the Ho was replaced by Deputy pre mier Idham President Sukarnos personal de mand for surrender by the army rebels who have seized control of much of Indonesias second largest and richest island appeared to have done little or nothing to bolster the government of Premier Ali a neutralist who usually sides with Communist China and the Soviet Union pre ference to what he calls the Western Sources in the Moslem Masjumi one of the big three in the government said the party executive now meeting in Bandung had cabled its ministers in the Cabinet to quit the govern ment unless the Cabinet resigns and asks Sukarno to form a new The governments resignation has been the chief demand of the army rebels on A spokesman for the Ipki party said its Cabinet member had re ceived the same instructions to abandon Sastroamidjojo and that he Catholic and Protestant par ties were prepared to follow Hungary Seeking Million Loan from World Bank VIENNA Wi Hungarian Pre mier Janos Kadars Sovietdomi nated regime is reported planning to seek a 100milliondollar loan from the World An official of the bank in Washington says Hungary has no chance of getting the A report from Budapest said a Hungarian delegation either had left or would soon for Paris to approach officials of the Inter national Bank for Reconstruction and Officials of Kadars government were not available to confirm or deny the but the Budapest regimes newspaper Nepszabad sag said Monday that Hungary would have to seek foreign even from capitalist Economists have advised Kadar that Hungarys revoltdisrupted economy needs at least 400 million dollars in foreign aid to put back on the The Soviet Union appeared the only likely source of such An of the World Bank said in Washington that Hungary was not a member of the organization and therefore not eligible for a loan of any Any aid from Western Europe also appeared Most of hose countries themselves are facing grave economic problems as a result of the oil shortage resulting from the closing of the Suez That leaves only the United but there seemed no chance for funds from America unless the Kremlin permits Ka dars replacement by a govern ment more acceptable to the Hun garian people and gives Hungary at as much freedom from Moscow control as the Soviets have conceded to The government has indi calcu it might economic aid to Polands new regime and Secretary of State Dulles told a news conference 2 that dis cussion of this was under way with the But Dulles said there is not satisfactory dencc that American aid to dars in Hun would be ovi Ka ary Police Hunt Mad Bomber Ludington Diary of 1956 in Review daughter born to and Nicholas Talarchuk of Branch a Paulina Stearns hospital at 1 was Mason countys first baby of the new Year city commis sioners took Uieir first look at plans to revise and improve the citys water repre senting seven west Michigan coun ties held meeting in on razing of the 110foot Consumers Power plant Ludington Jcbavy reelected president of board of directors of National Bank of Gilbert of Ludinglon seated as member of Mason county board of Sahlmark re elected president of board of di BENEFIT BASKETBALL GAME for Hungarian Relief at the Hawley Gym December 27 at 8 Simons Alumni Ludington High Alumni ADMISSION 60c Sponsored by the American Red Cross rectors of Ludington State Mason county board of supervisors go on record as not in favor of put ting proposition to buijd a new jail before voters of Mason county at the present heaviest snow fall covers northern Katie Johnson wins first prize in Ludingtons cherry pie baking Phillips elected chairman of citizens advisory committee to study Ludington school Dow Chemical named leading plant for whole Dow system in safety man hours with out a lost time Wire Pro ducts new industry with 000 locates in Pent township unit school board opens new 18 year old Hart high school named state winner of 1956 Michi gan cherry pie baking contest at Grand Piapids Horacek named valedictorian and Edward salutatorian of Simons high school graduating class of Michigan Fair association sets 15 through 19 as dates for 1956 turn to Column 3 NEW YORK A flurry of telephoned bomb threats has spurred police to an intensified campaign to find New Yorks Mad j Five bomb were teleI phoned Tuesday Police searched Tuesday but found no bombs in two Manhattan a Bronx a Manhattan YMCA and a Brooklyn tin can Police lermcd the latest flurry of bomb scares the work of crack pots other than the Mad the man who has plagued Ihi citys police with more than homemade bombs in the last 1C Only oner far as police records has the authentic Mad Bomber telephoned an advance That was last May 2 at Manhattans Radio i City Music Hall when one of hi bombs was found unexploded after a telephone The Mad Bomber his latcl calling card Monday at the Sew York Public 12nd Street and 5th NAMED TO POST NEW YORK Kenneth former secretary of the has been appointed to as joint chairman of the Hearf Fund with Rear Rich ard TRAFFIC Paul Dong las who wus killed in a holiday accident Christ mas is show n He was a son of and Albert Vor derLaiidwchr of Ludinglon Route Nixon Says US Must Give Aid WASHINGTON Presi dent Nixon planned to tell Presi dent Eisenhower today thai we must do more to help freedom seeking refugees from Nixon declined lo say in ad vance of a White House appoint what specific recommenda tions he would make to Eisen Other officials arranged to accompany Informed officials said Nixon in mind an increase in lh j present for Hungarian I escapees entering hjN country jand a boost in financial aid jlo Both rccommenda I linns would be in line with what Nixon said on a nationwide radio television show Tuesday The Vice President returned i Monday from a sixday flying inspection trip to the first haven for an cslimalcd JOOO or more fleeing Hungarians 1 so i Nixon on the Hungarian relief radioTV show in which a number of professional entertain ers joined What Ihey the Hungarians did in Hungary really marks the beginning of he end for inter national And everywhere 1 go I find people who We want to do something what can we do what do they Paul 15yearold son of and Albert VorclorLandwchr of Lud ington Route died at Christmas eve at Paulina Stearns a short time attcr ho was struck by a pickup truck driven by Don Clingan of Ludington Route 3 near the VorderLnndwchr home on US10 miles of Lud i Death attributed lo a basal i skull fracture and intracranial Mason county depart ment his seven traffic fatalities in Mason county this The boy was riding a motor when Ihe collision Both vehicles were traveling west on the Born in Ludinglon Paul was a 10th grader at Luding lon high where he was a member of the Ludington high school lie was a member of Jeromes church in Paul was employed by Wil lard local caring for Ihe animals at Uic pet hospital early in the mornings bc Plcase turn to Page Column Berserk Gunman CHRISTMAS PRAYERKneeling in the Camp Simonnn JiTycar old Hungarian gives heart felt thanks to God thai she Is ing Christmas in a free She and others who escaped Iron Cur lain error participated in worship services conducted by Bclu head of he Hungarian National Council in the International Soviets Shake Up Economic Kills I on Bus Revise Planning CLKVICLAND iVTi A man who asked lo leave a Pillsburghto Chicago bus early his morning retaliated with shoot ing the bus driver and an 18 yearold The assailant him self was killed a short lime later by police The bus driver and girl were dead on arrival at hospitals Five other persons were wound ed as the charged through the Greyhound bus depot firing wildly at Patrolman Mike A supervisor at the bus termi nal identified the dead bus driver as Leo of Cleve Police identified thr girl as Gcorgeann of Emmetl a porter the which uas said nflor the shootings on the bus the assailant came whooping and hollering through the tcrmi MOSCOW The Sovirl governDeputy Pervukliin was named chief economic plan lie replaces Maxim Sahu another first deputy premier ami like Pervukliin a member of mrnt has shaken up its top eco nomic planning slaff after a call from Ihe Communist Party Cen tral Committee for revisions in the nations new fiveyear The committee said UK original plan called for more production than is possible with available re The committee the Soviet people inefficiency and bureaucracy if they belter living In the high level First Snow Flurries Hit Midwest ncffl Ihey nerd in the I the assailant came whooping BX The Associated Press camps in Austria and in Gcr and hollering through the tcrmi flurries fell in sections of They need countries Milwesl and and lo which Ihry ran They need I Patrolman happened lo j there was some fog and cloudy transportation which will take be coming in Ihe door at the same them lo their new and He came part way into Uic they need resetllemenl in Ihe new j station shouting lo bystanders to positions which must obtain fall on the The in order lo make a Our for has ilcn refugees and we do RUSSELL BROWN MASON Russell general manager of the refin ing division of California Texas Oil fo died here lie of Wrnon of the LONDON now in many parts of Britain today piled drift1six and more and dis rupted road uid rail traffic in Wales and the English described by as a about of medium build and 5 foot 8 or several times with his Bar rel held his fire for fear of hit ting others in the fir ing only shot in the direction of Kin chased the man who ran from Ibe terminal arid took refuge behind the pillars of Barrett said ho found the man behind a pillar and skies in the Northwest but il was generally fair weather m most other parts of I country was colder in I lie eastern third of Ihe nation with the chilly air extending into parts of the wealher was reported in northern Snow flurries sprinkled areas from Wisconsin and Illinois east ward to the PennsylvaniaNew York They were expected to spread during Hie day over of the Ireat Lakes region and northern parls of the Ohio Coldest weather was reported in northern New York slate svilh he came out Miachcl who had i temperatures in A corne to Barretts aid in a fired four and Barrett fired The assailant was dcnd on arrival Charity Hos wanning trend was indicated m parts of he Southern Plains and most of the Mississippi Ihe Central Committee Yugoslav last September Hint Porvukhin was among the Kremlin faction op posed to parly boss Khrushchevs also declared i Of relaxing control of the must eliminate There was no indication that Sa who has directed Soviet economic planning for 20 was being dropped from his other in Ihe Soviet Six experts in agriculture and industry four of them deputy premiers were named to help Pervukliin will the economic They will make up a supercomniillci as deputy chair men of the Slate Economic Com The six are Deputy Premiers Kucher Minister of Agriculture and Minister of Stale Famrs The report from the Central came at the end of a fiveday mneling and emphasized thill lop priority in tho Kremlins planning on heavy in It disclosed that flic sixth sear plan hud been sent back I Id Hie Supreme Soviet Parlia i incut for The committee said Ihr plan in certain categories had not been fulfilled in first but added that heavy industry as a whole was It per cent above fjuola and light consumer indus tries were 9 per cent Little change wax indicated other Egyptian Government Raises New Obstacle in Suez Canal Clearance CAIRO raised a new obstacle today to thft pro gram to reopen the Sue Canal President Nassers government ruled out any work to clear the waterway of wrecked ships and debris until all Israeli forces gel out of Egyptian thereby threatening a delay of at least several Hoping to obtain quicker two top aides were flying to Cairo from New York to talk with from their Christmas dinners by Secretary General Jag Ham the officials arc expected in Cairo jlammarkjold sent Andrew executive and deputy to settle earlier differences even before Egypt up the new ques tion lit Fral Israeli soldiers are withdraw ing in slow stages from Egypts Sinai blowing up fortifi cations and roads as they But Israel has indicated she will Egyptian Ordered away give up the Gaza Strip also from Egypt in the October invasion only to The coastal packed with Arab is historically a part of Palestine but was held by Egypt from the J949 Palestine armistice until Israel occupied it during the recent The Egyptian navy has begun sweeping mine from the but Egypts Suez Canal authority announced Tuesday that there could be no other clearance work until all Israeli forces are out of A salvage fleet of French and other vesids lies an The Weather Weather Bureau Forecast Northwestern Lower Cloudy with occasional light snow i today and Thursday snow i flurries and turning South to joufhwcst winds 10 to IS mph I becoming southwest to west Thurs High today 30 to low to night 20 to high Thursday 25 to FIVEDAY FORECAST will average about 8 l flcKrtfs flbovc normal west to near i normal extreme hijh 25 norllnvcfcl to 31 Normal low 7 northwest to 17 Colder S permission to get on j and extreme cast warmer elsewhere about Thursday or day to day Friday through Precipitation aver about 110 of an Inch vicinity Groat Lakes and over Michigan in scattered flurries about Thursday or Fri day and again about Saturday or Port Said chorcd ing E with the job of clearing the The Egyptians reportedly had agreed for clearance work to be gin as soon as the BritishFrench forces loft Ihe Suez Canal last British and French sol diors sailed from Port Said Satur In American offi cials said Egypts progressive ob jections to clearance work arc also blocking a United Nations plan to begin talks by the end of the year on a permanent Suez the PC Michigan Lists B Killed Over Long Weekend By The Associated Press Traffic deaths zoomed to highest total for any holiday riod in American history during he long Christmas Tabulations today also showed that deaths in accidents of all kinds also shattered previous rec Fatalities added up to 695 in 49 in fires and 117 in ac cidents of other types for a total of The motor vehicle death toll surpassed the old record for any holiday period set during the three clay celebration of Christmas last It also ex ceeded the National Safety Coun cils advance prediction of The allaccident total topped the old mark of 805 established during a threeday observation of Inde pcndence Day last The deaths tabulated today were caused by accidents that oc curred during a 102 hour period from 6 local time Friday to midnight It was a fourday one day longer than the 1955 holiday periods in in which the former records were Ned safety council expressed bitter dis appointment at the fulfillment of the councils prcholiday predic During the long weekend holi deaths on the highways aver aged nearly seven an hour the 102hour In the first 10 months of this year the nations traffic deaths averaged 106 a An Associated Press survey dur in a rionholiday frqua 6 of 1418 500 traffic deaths PlMse turn to Column at Negro Leaders Home Bombed dyn amite bomb shattered the home of a Negro integration leader Tuesday injuring two of his children and a leading a movement to integrate cily buses in sale the bombing would not deter hii fight against president of Alabama Christian for Human was not In jured were Charlie and and Fred the ministers They were treated in a hospital for superficial As Shuttlcsworth was led through the debris by he shouted to a group of Negroes The Lord has protected Im not The crowd of Negroes later swelled to more than police Police could find no Battalion Firo Chief Howard Jor dan said the explosion was caused by what appeared lo be temperature Wednesday low temperature this date a year low Highest temperature this date 55 In 1888 4 In The 8ii n to is today at and rises Thursday at The moon sets today at and rises Thursday at Temperature at the observation station for 24 hours endlnfi at 12 noon Maximum Clear 2 Suspects in Sunday Slaying YPSILANTl Michigan state after clearing two men held since Sunday were to question employes of Wil low Run Airport today in search for the slayer of Laverne We Investigating officials said they hoped the airport workers could supply some clues to the brutal Sunday night robberyslaying of the assistant Clair County ag ricultural Wcgcncr was fatally beaten in the airport parking lot shortly aft er he had welcomed his wifes parents to Michigan from Minnes He was hit on the head at least II times with a piece of halfinch He was robbed of about and two checks totaling ELKS Be sure to make reser vations early for Elks Nev WATCH IN DAILY   

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