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- ' CHRISTMAS IS COMING Rounded up In Alaska and pictured, to Seattle,' Wash., 13 reindeer
get the VIP treatment' from youngsters with visions of Santa Claus in their heads. The reindeer
were en route to Northpole, N,.y where Santa has a workshon.
SAVORY FISH AND
1 14 pounds frozen fish fillets ' '
'cup minced onions
3 tablespoons butter or mar
X cup uncooked rice
14 cups water
teaspoon salt SCT
; M, teaspoon marjoram
2 tablespoons minced parsley
1V4 cups milk
salt and pepper
Thaw fish and separate fillets.
Cook onions in 2 tablespoons of
Im butter until soft. Add rice,
Rose Hill Bank
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police are screening suspects since
it is possible the man has escaped
. in the woods, despite roadblocks
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water salt, pepper, marjoram,
and parsley. Bring to a rapid boil.
Lower heat to simmer; coyer.
Cook about 14 minutes, without
removing lid, until rice is tender.
Spread in buttered 10 z 6 x 2-inch
baking pan. Arrange fish fillets
Scald milk in the same pan in
which rice was cooked. Pour oyer
fish and rice. Dot with remaining
bitter and sprinkle lightly with
salt, land pepper. Bake in slow
yen (325) until milk is almost
all absorbed and fish flakes easily.
and because of the believed accom
plica, Law officers have surround
ed ft 10tquare mile area of woods.
It Is believed that the man was
familiar; with the bank and with
the ' surrounding area because of
the manner in which he drove
through the country roads during
It is also believed that the bandit
took off his shoes because several
barefoot tracks have been picked
up. Three teams of bloodhounds
from Whiteville, Burgaw, and
Elizabethtown were thrown into
the search but dry ground ham
pered them, , A sound truck was
also employed to boom out a plea
to the bandit to give himself up.
Scott, the : teller, said the bandit
never spoke to him but handed him
two notes. Everytime Scott at
tempted to raise his hands, the man
motioned him to put them down.
He also motioned Scott to open
the bank vault.
"But I told him," Scott said,
"only thf boss man could do that."
Then he led Scott over to the
counter and when Miss Merritt en
tered he motioned that the teller
tie her up. The robber brought
them to the back room of the bank
where several heavy pieces of twine
were lying on the floor.
"I Tried to get away with just
tying her hands," Scott said, "but
he motioned for me to tie her feet
The bandit made the girl, 19, lie
on the floor while Scott tied her.
The notes were addressed to
"Whltie." Troy has white hair but
his nickname is "Spud".
The note written on one side of
the paper read:
"Whitie, this man can not talk.
The .38 he has can. We would hate
to commit murder. Keep your back
to him." Then the word "over"
was written at the bottom.
On the other-side, .he paper said.
"Okay, Whitie, open the safe,
and one little trick and your kids
will be orphans. We want all the
money in this dump. Put it in this
bag. No silver. Show us the way
out the back. Lie face down as the
others. Tell the FBI the 6th is the
The entire text was printed in
red pencil with barely any punctua
tion but with no misspelled words.
The note indicates that the man
knew Troy had two children and
that ther? was an accomplice. The
word "FBI" was underscored. The
bag he .referred to in the note was
a tipper brief case belonging to the
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The incident was the fourth " en
try, at- the bank but the first at
tempted robbery, it was reported.
Short order cook In Boston;
Massi convinced a Judge he
couldn't have stolen a man's wal-i
let while holding a pie in each
baiid. Lifting of the money oc-,
cum When you pay your cbecav
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LaoV to" PasadenaT Caltf
pleaded guilty to shoplifting. Said'
she learned bow; from, watching
a television show warning the
puM!c again-shoplifters. We'ot
ht. ), U think -what would havat
1- toad U she tried to team the(
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HIGH HAT A new Interpre
tation of the Mexican hat dance
is given by Sarah Lee Lynch at
Miami Beach, Fla., as the bal
ances on the edge of a large
sombrero to make a pretty
v spicy picture
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UNTIMELY DIG More effective than an hour-long speech is
the simple, hand-lettered sign placed in a Kansas City, Kan.,
street cave-in by a quick-thinking political opportunist just before
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BOUND IN LEATHER
Tough as l'e a t h e r because
they're made of leather are
the almost indestructible gar
ments .worn , by this young
madel. They were displayed by
the French National Leather
Council in Paris. The young
model is garbed in leather from
his red-Capped head to his red
shod toe's. He cames a woman's
lea Uier handbag.
XTOWLING baby at Palisades
AA Park, N. J., forced his dad to
keep him on the wooden nags of
merry-go-round to the tune of
$10.60. That's pretty expensive
Strip-teaser in San Francisccy
uaui., now nas to wear her
"working clothes" all day long.
Someone stole $5000 worth of her
LARCE-SCALE EFFORT Duke Snider of the Brooklyn !
Dodgers makes like human fly as he scales the center field wall
at Ebbets Field in a vain attempt to grab the high-flying ball (ar
row). It was a double by Balph Kineit of the Chicago Cubs.
COUNTRY artists ; have been
amazed during personal ap
pearances at the many requests
for gospel numbers, and this is
being reflected in the number, of
sacred recordings being released.
Hank Snow's "My Religion's
Not Old-Fashioned," and "The
Alphabet," are moving gospel
songs of the spiritual type. And
Darrell Glenn gives a beautiful
rendition of "Once and Only
Once" (both Victor).
"Chapel of Memories" and "In
the Chapel in the Moonlight," by
Rex AUen, are two of his best
numbers, and he sings them with
deep feeling. Webb Pierce sounds
great in "Bugle Call From Heav
en" (both Decca).
A smooth and unusual duet by
Malll Anne and Slim is "Love
,You," featuring good trick har
! mony. Gene Autry has two fine
releases in "2020 Vision" and
tl'm. a Fool to Care" (all Co
! Elton Britt one of country
! music's too yodelers. has an espe
cially good recording, Trailing
Arbutus." in which he yodels a
duet with himself. And Skeeter
lonn yodels weU in "Honey
Baby," a nice rhythmic love song
The Carlisles have a good com
edy number in "Moody's Goose,"
done in their inimitable style.
And Tlbby Edwards' latest is a
nice ballad, "If You Lose, Youll
Two excellent love ballads
with the accent on melody tare
"Change" by Rod Morris, and
"But, I Do" by Skeets McDonald
(both Capitol). And "Show Me
That You Love Me" is a good,
fast-paced love song by Al Terry
(Hickory). , -v. .
"Redheaded Stranger by Ar
thur Smith (MGM) is a pleasing
western-type song with a nice
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OTHER GOOD RELEASES are
"Padre of Old San Antona" (Jim
Reeves, Abbott); "This Is the
Thanks I Get" (Eddie Arnold.
Victor); -I'm Sorry. Sorry Now"
(Ray Haney. MGM); "Love
March" (Bobby Williamson. Vic
tor); "Angels, Rock Mo to Sleep"
(Carl Story, Mercury); "John
Henry and the Water Boyt ( Jim
mie Skinner, Decca) and "You
Ougta' Know" ' (Jimmy Heap,
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t LeRoy Lanier, young. Rose:f Hill:
white man, is In Jail here.- la de
fault of $1000 bond charged with
robbing the Rose Hill Drug Co. of .
a Watch, pencil and two cigarette 1
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ed. the robhery., Lanier. : waa cjnea-;. ,
tloned in connection: with the? Boa i; l;
Hill Bank; robbery attempt but .es. j
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