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Long Beach Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - December 24, 1952, Long Beach, CaliforniaPreview for Ike s grandchildren special doll showing Long press Long Beach 12, California wednesday december 24, 1952 _ classified no. 6-907 in Rice 5 cents Telephone 70-5951 Home edition five editions daily they look them Anne 3, and her brother Dwight David ii 4, grandchildren of president elect Eisenhower had a special showing today of dolls made by american teen agers for the save the children federation the preview is conducted in front of the family Christmas tree in the Eisenhower Morningside Heights residence new York. The children and their mrs. John Eisenhower will spend the Holiday with president elect and mrs. Wre photo no his feet Burn in Korea make it by Var Lam Barnard Tokyo i. A Carol caressed the frosty air outside the army Hospital eve. Lights of a tree blazed in the Ward their brilliance reflected against the yellow Cream Walls. Pfc. Glenn Morris Lay in. Bed. The trouble with is that pains shoot up and Down my logs and my feel turn All the lip smiled wanly. was t his trouble at All. He did t a five any legs. A mine in Korea got his legs. I be had Tive Morris said. One More and la kill those nerves that make me feel like i still have Morris fingered a Christ a gift from his combination Pencil and Igarot lighter. This really does t soom much like. Christmas he said. It s a lot stiff Pront from the one i spent in 1950, before i got in Chr army. My Home is Middletown. Ohio but i was Down in Combs. Kv., at a girl s House. On Christmas eve her folks went to a movie and we. Stayed at. The House and made Candy and Lisbon pm to hip radio. Later therr was another Giri but we sort of broke up. She s is ill writing and wants to make ii up. But that s not for me. If i were going Back like anybody else it would be different. I la stay single and stay with Mother and dad. I la get s230 a month pension. I car live easy on s230 a married. He paused and thought a moment. Ill stick it out. Ill a Misc walked through the Ward and past the Christmas tree and a dozen wounded soldiers whistled gaily. You could Tell the Christmas spirit had caught them. _ listen to those Morris chuckled. They re going All the is except in the mornings when they change the dressings. That quiets he said leave denied 299 As reds on is liberte new Immi Gration authorities denied Shore leave to 299 of the French liner liberte s Crew of 974 in the first application of the Mccarran Walter act which is aimed at keeping subversives from Landing. Edward j. Shaughnessy District director the United in i migration and naturalization service the announcement As the huge passenger ship docked at pier is in the North Pope asserts world Viust look to Christ m in gifts for real Ann Holman Reading the Book has everything under control As she baby sits with her i year old brother Jim in Lincoln neb. Mrs. Phil Holman their Mother went hang up the Wash and left Arm in charge when she returned moments later she saw just such a scene As this. The scene was re enacted for a wire photo sex demo named to farm Post by Frank Bhutto he said 27 of the 299 had been denied Shore leave Only tentatively because their seamen s papers were not in order. Of the rest All but. Two were ordered to slay aboard ship for refusing to answer questions put to them under the Law. Of the remaining two one admitted past communist member ship and one had a criminal record. Officials of France and some other nations have protested the Crew restrictions imposed by the new Law which went into effect last Midnight. Inspected at sea i the liberte was the first big liner to reach port since then. Crew members were inspected Ion the High seas in relation to the new Law by immigration officer Leonard j. Martin of East Ike drops chores for Yule at Home new York president elect Eisenhower knocked off pre inauguration chores at noon today and headed for a Long Christmas week end with his family. I be just Beer around to say a loudspeakers Promise for Christmas u. N. Soldiers find presents greetings in front of posts by Milo Farneti Seoul thursday 11 the 31st month of the korean War began quietly today with j the communists promising by Loudspeaker to let up on their firing on one sector and Dell livering presents on another. There had been bloody fighting Only wednesday on the Western front where the chinese reds were thrown Back in hand to hand combat in an attempt to Pierce the Allied line at to Bon 3 Hill. Yntas Christmas Day broke red artillery fire began tapering off in the West. A front report j said few red shells were fired near Panmunjom Southwest of the Tbone sector. On the Central front near sniper Ridge where the fighting was bitter last month chinese loudspeakers broadcast to Allied troops we will cease fire from s in the morning to noon in Obser Vance of your another division on the Central front found toys candies dolls and banners a merry Christmas in front of its positions. Loudspeakers in the red lines played silent he s a a 14-week-old lion cub h probably this most unusual Christmas gift received by a Long Beach resident this year. He is a present to animal Trainer Tex Schuepbach 937 Park Circle from Gene Holter la photo merry Christmas to everyone in the office the general told report ers with a Broad smile. Now i m going to Knock off and go Home to spend Christmas with my fam ily and the grandchildren. I Hope everyone else has the Chance to spend As pleasant a this was in strange contrast to the Day before when the fight ing had flared both in the air and on the ground. The nomination of Morse and High Over North Korea Allied patience fortitude asked by president others Eisenhower has named to Sabre jets roared into Battle with key posts will go to the Senate an estimated 60 russian made for confirmation after the Gen t Ai eral takes office Jan. 20. Eisenhower s press Secretary James c. Hagerty said Benson recommended was Luc Tilv Clu 0.3 a f 4.1 Christmas As i am on a Missouri term far the Mig jets. The Force called it president Truman asked the u. S. Fat hair american people in a Christmas message today to be. Stead a clawing free fast with patience and fortitude in the struggle for univer in dogfights All Over the Sai to Pray for our North korean skies. Sabre pilots no Public undersecretary. It pays said. Probably destroyed two damaged nine the air for thursday beyond going to Church at the Chapel of Columbia Morse Wilt succeed Clarence j. University. Earlier in the Day he Mccormick who holds the Post in chose the Truman administration. Vatican in a Christmas eve message to Orange n. A who left new York the world Pope Pius Xii said both East and West must on the liberte on dec. 9. Too k not to a mechanized society but to Christ for salvation. Despite foreign governmental sunny but Nippy on Christmas Day the Weatherman says Christ the Pope s Christmas message a Republican who was a demo crat until about 20 years the Job of undersecretary of agriculture in the new administration. Morse Board chair object ions to both the Man of a farm management French line and the and editor of a farm pub Cunard line have consented to location will serve As top Aid to True d. Morse of St. Louis reply to a reporter s ques Gen. Van Fleet to stay on Job Drew a picture of poverty and desolation in a world plagued i have american inspectors conduct Ezra Taft Benson of Salt Lake by a real War and then a City Utah Secretary of Agricula said such scenes first by a cold War. He continued on Page a-2, col. 5. Ture designate. Tion Hare try said Morse was a he was listed As one in who s who in America. Army announced today it in St. Louis however Morse said he has been voting Republican on the National ticket for some 20 years. He said it was an oversight that he had failed to change the listing in who s who. Hagerty described him As an continued on Page a-2, col. 1. As we Pray for cur loved ones a Force far from to Pray for our men and women and All our servicemen and women wherever they us also Pray for our he said. Let us Pray that the spirit of god shall enter their lives and prevail in their lands. Let us Pray a fulfilment of the brother will Hood of ment next month. Tain it. Gen. Manton commander of the u. Forces in Europe on Active duty. Mas Day be mostly sunny with continued coldness particularly at night. Filled his heart with a sadness unto this was the 14th Christmas i message from the spiritual Leader iof the roman Catholic religion and one of his most eloquent. Without naming them he de-1 scribed communist led countries j hottest Christmas Ever in Long Beach was in 1947 when the Mcr--1ho weight of absolute Power Cury forgot it was Winter and and where the Church is the first climbed to so degrees. To suffer most keenly. The coldest Yule Ticle was in 1924 when the thermometer of inbox unions As Well As dipped to 31 degrees. Capitalist Bosses for criticism. It has never snowed in Long Access to employment is Bench on dec. 25, but there to depend on registration been several White certain parties or in Organiza when Frost Lay on the ground. Most recent was in 19-18. Continued on Page a-2, col. 7. The temperature was 32 the wettest Christmas was in 194g when 1.65 inches of rain fell but failed to Dampen Yule spirits. Last year the maximum temperatures on Christmas Day was 64 degrees and the minimum was 50. The Weatherman says thurs Day should be about the same _ _ _ on Rolls it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it had trouble with Sleigh hot shot airman but he s coming it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it those Reindeer Are mighty speedy too Best of care mrs. Mark Clark assures Mother of gis in Korea mrs. Mark w. Clark wife of the u. N. Far East commander and Mother of a son wounded in Korea assured american mothers on Christmas eve that heir sons i Jouse j a uniform Are receiving the i plainly on this last Christmas Best of care. He will spend in the White a Mother will a Soldier the president had the far East a Sorl As As keep Gen. James a. Van Truman s message was a Brief commander of the eighth army address prepared for broadcast a in Korea in Active service Al ing before he threw a switch to though he will be due for retire set the National Christmas tree a 35-foot Norway Spruce ablaze it said that similarly it. Will electric lights in the Trade Eddy Carol ceremony on thai army South grounds of the White j top temperature but the mini mum is expected to drop several degrees lower than last year werther mostly sunny but consider Able High cloudiness at times thursday. Little temperature change. High today about 62. Where to find it Beachb a. B-3. Classified b-5, 6, 7, a-1 0. B-4. A-6. B-4. B-2. Radio and a-7. Shipping b-2. Southland by b-3 a-8, a-9. A-4. Tides b-2. Women s b-8. I i by Hal Boyle North Well children you can go to bed now. Santa Glaus is on his Way to your House. He has your address in his pocket. He and his eight Reindeer took off from a snowy run Way just at Twilight. And right this minute they Are zoom ing through the skies with your Christmas faster faster and faster. But of course he can t come Down your Chimney until you Are sound asleep. There was a lot of excitement at the North pole this morning i can Tell you. Here s what the eight Reindeer trotted gayly out of their hangar at Dawn and frisked in their harness As mrs. Santa Claus tied tinkle Jingle Bells to their Antlers. Hold still you Little said mrs. Santa. Why Don t you act More like a Christmas tree you Don t see a Christmas tree jumping around while it is being Deco rated do a Hundred Little elves then tied a rope to Santa Claus big red Sleigh and hauled it from the hangar. A Hundred other elves began piling the Sleigh full of presents for All the boys and girls in the whole world. I never saw so Many said Santa shaking he said our hearts turn first christinas message i fool of All to our Brave men and particularly close this Chrls women in and declared j Mas to you Olio so sons i the free nations Are joined Ini struggle there because they believe it is the Only Way we can bring about peace in the conditions of our time on this whether we shall succeed de. J Ulve pends upon our patience and Lor re Mill Ihm the president continued. A tune that i remind Mem i we still have a Long Road ahead i a Little of you. They speak of of us before we reach our goal. You of in and because through we must remain j i scorn to know you. I a concert by the Marine band t d Cliris Mas preceded the tree lighting pro Igram which included carols by arc s Ervin in Korea Japan and Okinawa. I have visa tied and talked with As Many them As pos sible especially those in hos the w a s h i n g t o n r Community his head. More children every year. I Don t know whether chorus. Boy scout Timothy Fine my old sled will hold them All this and then it right at that moment. Cree Eek or a a a cd one runner broke and the big Sleigh sagged to one Side spilling Christmas gifts into the Snow. Of dear of said Santa Claus. What a time for my Sleigh to break Down. What will i do it certainly would be terrible if All the children in the world woke up tomorrow and found you had t been Able to bring them their agreed i s. Santa. Just then a big weather observation plane from the u. S. Air Force flew Over. It circled and landed on Santa and girl scout Nancy Smith presented greetings to president and mrs. Truman on behalf of the people of Washington. Continued on Page a-2, col. 3. Panamanian Steamer aground off Wight i Isle of Wight tie 2000-ton panamanian Steamer Virginia ran aground off the South coast of this Island i outside Southampton today. The Crew of 23 was taken off by life i boat then returned for new at tempts to re float the vessel at High tide. Ings and Assurance that they arc receiving that Best of care. Wherever they Are in the front lines or in peaceful areas hey will be thinking much of you this Christmas wishing they could he with you Loop incr that you Are not worry last about of him. Please keep Vliem in your prayers. They Are Fine sons of whom you am All the rest of us can be very . William d. Clark won of Tae four Star general and his wife was wounded in the bloody Battle of Heartbreak Ridge a. Year ago. The major is now a member of the infantry school staff at fori Benga. Y

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