California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Dec 25 1961, Page 1

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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - December 25, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaIs mostly sunny weather news on Page u Asa Cetia untie sentient Houston wins Al playoff . Chargers lose 10-3. Pm 14 10 cents Telephone All departments by 6-031 Laze 2330-Mu 1-4871 Pasadena calif., monday dec 25, Happy Page one merry Christmas on this front Page we Hope you find nothing but Good news. To wish we could come into your Homes every Day carrying nothing but Good news yet this is not the Way of the world even of our lives. Yet Christmas eve and Christmas these Are in a class apart observed throughout the Christian world in memory of the birth in a Mangel a child honoured As Jesus Christ. For Many years on this occasion we have set aside professional judgments As to what is news. For one Day in the year at least we have brought you a Happy front Page. Here it is we Hope. It s our Christmas present to you. The editor pilgrims 6santa plane delivers orphan Korea quads Minneapolis couple Cal red tape to adopt girls a sleek Airliner subbing Santa s Sleigh orphaned korean quadruplets made their Christmas eve arrival at the Home their new parents last night. The four girls two years old new year s Day Are adopted children of Imp. Anc mrs. Elmer Bussman who Cul through is months of Goven ment red tape to increase their family to six adopted korean youngsters. Mrs. Bussman and several Oiler relatives bundled the Riuas off the plane and into the Glare of camera lights. There As All along the flight the Button Bright eyes dark hair and Crisp red snows milk it the toddlers set off a chorus o oohs and aah of Delight White House responds to help plea family s eviction order stayed Washington the letter to president Kennedy was signed a Mother in need mrs David Franklin or Thelma Franklin Bethlehem Jam tiny cily for mass Bethlehem up thousands of Pil grims from All parts of the Worl d attended Midnight mass yesterday at the be ginning of a Day of Christ Inas celebrations in the City of Christ s birth. Nearly christians crowded this tiny town in the Jud can Hills and the surround no holy land shrines. But the crowds appeared considerably smaller than those of previous Lio Liday sea soils. The mail Calbaum Gale in Iii did Jerusalem was opened especially for Christmas sat urday and some Christ inns living in Israel passed through its barbed wire port als along with foreign pit firms for reunions with Urcla lives and visits to holy places in Jordan. There were also hundreds of moslem who Revere Christ a a Prophet who came to enjoy tile pageantry of Christmas eve and Christmas Day in the City where he was born nearly years ago. For thousands of pilgrims attraction was c e n t u r i e Sok from bystanders. The girls went Home to the St. Paul suburb of Roseville and a Blue Nursery fitted Mil four wooden cribs and Yea old Mother of two Small Elo Delful of new clothes sewed children it looked like a Bleak Christmas. She Hod been told she and dior children had to move out of her Mother in Law s apart ment in Altgeld gardens a Low rent housing project in Chicago. The deadline was dec. 20. The order to vacate the three bedroom apartment came from the management of the housing project. Besides mrs. Franklin and her two children three of the Mother in Law s eight children lived in the apartment. Her husband had been sum by mrs. Tussman. turned to korean american adoption agencies Niter being turned Down local y. Mrs. Bussman is 40, Hei is banal so. Their first adopted children a boy and a Girt Are Hoth three years old. It took a special act of con Russ and legislation in South

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