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 - ·WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 22. 1948...
·WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 22. 1948 ANiwERs'TO ~"~~' Questions * By 1MSKI.VS A rtui*:r can set t^ie ttriswrr to s27 cui'rv.lo;] oi :;cl bv n-ritlnv Th» Ama* rlllo G!oi:e-Nc~s [r.Jormntlon Bureau. 3K, Eve st . N E V.'ashl.ic'-cn 2 D O Pirate fnc:r*f thr"« (3i cents lor return return Donate. THE AMAfULLO DAILY .\-£WS. A1IAHILLO. "TEXAS PAGE NINE Q. Where '15 the smallest city in the L'riitcd States? J.S. A. The Bureau of the Census sar.'j thr.'- South. Ecrid Tr/.vr. in Lir.colr. Countv, Ark., an jr.ro.-porated p!?.cc. Is ;ho srr.tOIcs.L city in the U.T.tPfl Sln'-c:,. It l:,".s a pop'-i^tior: 0' one. Q. V.'hat Is the Hcj-ra? r.JP.M. A- The I.iJji.v.is rcJ!;;Jon orjqjna'.ed In the cities of Mecca and Medina under Mohiirr.rned. 7'hc persccutio.n irr.tisp.tcci by his prcachinir rind attack attack on li i ?.:h"n!xm compelled him to (Ion irom MPCC.". to Mc-dina ;n A.D. 22. This journey v.'M cniird thf "Hr-sirn" ifl!';ht.i and :- cor.- sidrTed the bcirir.ninK of the Mo- r.rinirr.eck.r. J-.Va. By GEORGE TUCKER AP News?rat 1 Ji'*n Writer NEW YORK. Dec. 21 ;?) -Twenty -Twenty years a?o the Danish training ship Kobenhaven .sailed out of Montevedio, Uragnay. for Australia, with 50 hands aboard anil, except for one signal, was never heard from again. The date was Dec. 14. 1928. Seven days later and 40(1 miles east of the River Plate her last message w;is wirelessed, "All's well." KOT a ship with the Xoben- naven's equipment could vanish from the sea without leaving a trace or a clue has provoked speculation speculation that Is undimlr.ished after ",vo decades and msde it or.e o f ' jthe sea's great mysteries. I She was a Jive-masted bark under '52,000 square yards of sail. She had 1 auxiliary engines and a powerful radio. She had a bis crew--55 cadets and 15 officers. She had ample beats. As sailing: ships go, she was relative:;; new. At the time of her disappearance she ?.'as the only five-masted square rigger In commission in the world. The most plausible theory Is that she struck floating ice in the South Atlantic and sank. The loss of the Kobenhaven Inspired Inspired a world-wide search that lasted for years, but nothing came of It. As late as 1335 speculation was revived briefly by discovery of seven skeletons in the ruins of a small boat on a lonely beach in southvrest Africa- But this theory collapsed when Danish officials in Johiumesbnrg said the boat was longer than any the Kobea- baven carried. The latest, explanation is that she capsized in a b'g wind ar.d never ; righted herself. ! "She was in ballast and under : heavy press oi sail," says Capt. |Char!es E. Umstead, principal of ithe merchant marine school of the (New York Seamen's Church Insti- itute. "The winds south of the River j Plate are cyclonic." Capt. Unjscaad ! believes "it happened so quickly she i never had time W send an S.O.S." : On Jan. 14, 1929--Exactly or.e month after the Kobenhaven cleared Montevideo--Philip Lindsay, Lindsay, a missionary living on the lone- ily island of Tristan Da. Cunha, i sighted a big sailing ship in dis- ; tress, her stem nearly awash, drift- ling helplessly toward the rocky coast. i A. J. Villicrs, a writer of the j sea who knew the missionary and [ whose earlier career had been ! spent in sailing ships of the South Atlantic, devoted njucti of his time to the mystery' and is certain certain that the ships was the Ko- benhaven. Villiers believes the ship began to sink and was abandoned in the night by her cadet crew, who hoped to keep near her in lifeboats. lifeboats. Bnt the boats and the ship became separated, he theorizes, theorizes, and the Kobenhaven was blown across the sea like a ship of the dead and dashed to splinters splinters on the cliffs of Tristan da Cnnha. "Anyone who knows those parts as I do." he said, "will readily understand understand that the cliffs of Tristan da Cunha might grind a hundred ships and leave nothing but a splinter uf two of matchwood." j |Yank Lothario ils Back Behind Bars in Berlin against the girl, a harboring a fugitive ** Britches Breech The Army agents had kept watch ' T-J-riH CTpd in Tnmn m various places in Berlin where Dria -9 ea m JUIIlp ATLANTA. Dec. 21 VP)--Priority 200 dozen baby Lada had become known when he worked here sfter the work as a air shipment: civilian employe of the Army ex- j diapers. uge^w%; T neifher n o° the' 6 two" who! The 2.400 squares of cloth were BERLIN. Dec. 21 Mt -- Edward' clamied he broke the Soviet block: block: -' lolm frol » AUanta to Birmingham J. Lada, 2S years old, former pzra-^de for their auctions. ; yesterday to cover an emergency, trooper who" broke through t h a i She is a friend oi Ruth Riecki, i The Lullaby Diaper Service In Russian blockade to see his girl mother of Lada's two-year-old,Birmingham turned over the week and then escaped a US Army daughter, Nancy, Colonel Lancer;end Many youngsters were in a stockade, was captured late today said. The friends of both Ruth, and,'rJilemria--rm runts, by American agents. Miss Ursula Schmidt, the s e c o n d ; , . ,, . , . , . . Lafla scaled the stockade fence ; girl in Lada's tangled love life, were I Luuaoy s Atlanta branch Jumped Saturday night rather than wait watched, constantly since his es-! 1 * bricge the britches breach. trial on a charge of Illegal entry cape. brought against him when he was ! Lada said first he came here SOUND SLEEPER ! DENVER.. Dec. 21 6?)--Lawrence Kobe! is a de luxe model sound j sleeper. He reported to police to-. day that a fully-trimmed, seven- i foot Christmas ;ree was stolen yes-! terday from his livingroom while! he slept a few fee; away an a \ davenport. ' caught in Berlin. Co!. Thomas F. Lancer, provost marshal of Berlin, announced the capture. He said Lada was found in an apartment of a sir! on Berliner Berliner Street · in the American community of Zchlendorf. Lada apparently bad been hld- marry Miss Schmidt, 21-year-old : actress. Then he changed his story :and said it was Ruth and the baby jhe wanted. Another time he switch- led to Uursula. On his last switch, .before he broke out of the army | jaily, he was speaking only of Ruth. The air shipments will continue, to 'said the Atlanta manager, as long as necessary. . . . , , Italy has sold 200,000 war Burden Burden away in the apartment ever ; p ] us motor vehicles in the last two slnee his escape, Colonel Lancer said. ; years. There was no a c t i o n taken News-Globe Want Afis Get Results DR. JAMES J. 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Clipped from Amarillo Daily News22 Dec 1948, WedPage 9

Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Texas)22 Dec 1948, WedPage 9
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