, DBCEMBBM It, BLITHE TILL! (ARXJF 00UMICR NKWI PAOTBLIYI* Christmas in Australia Is Warm and Sunny By OOIDO NTArT IYDNEY. Australia M —Imif- liw Christmas Day with tht tern- pirtturt 10 or tven 100. TDert Isn't t cloud In tht sky . , . Ptoplt art sleeping off thtlr dinner on a beach, or under a tree In the mountains. The kids are running around In swlmsult*. In Australia Christmas eomts at the heights of aummer, and in the middle of the children's vacation from school. Away from City Most Australians try to get away from tht city to tht bttch or mountains for Christmas-New Yetr. Hundreds of Australian factories and offices close for the period. Thus many persons spend Chrlstmss Day away from home- In hotels, holiday cottage* or tent*. But wherever Australians happen to b«. Chrlstmss Day remains a family day. Often it Is (he one day in tht year when whole families can get together. More Australians go to church on Christmas morning than on an/ other day. After church, hundreds of thousands appear at. the many surf- Ing beachts strung along the coast. English Style The big meal, despite the heat, it In toe traditional English style: turkey or some other poultry, htm, Pork, plum pudding with thrttpen- ny piece* Inside tnd brandy ssuce outside, and plentj to drink — ill steaming hot except the ham tod drinks. Some families cling to "bett" clothes for the midday dinner, with dark suits for tht men, but more and more people tat In a i In • Hurry? OATLETTSBTJRQ, Ky. (« — No- ttet to a thltf: when you llittd tlO from tht billfold of Mrs jame* Orl*t, you misted *4QO hidden in a secret compartment. Mr*. Crist told police a thief entered her second- itory •ptrtment, removed the $10, and Hit the billlold on t stairway. draft, or inert* and shirt. Cbrl*tmas presents and cards arc exchanged by the million. Most cards depict English villages and other white Christmas scenes. 'Copter to Rescue In Desert Wreck RIVERSIDE, CaUf. uP)— An Army helicopter rescued a motorist injured In ft dfiMrt accident Monday. Capt. Carl Rhodes, piloting one of four craft en route to Stockton, Calif., saw a car driven by Rudy Tafalla, 49, Cosmopollt, Wash., run olt the highway and hit a rock. Rhodes landed the helicopter at the scene near Palm Springe and took Tafalla to Banning Airport, 702 Released Germans Arrive In Homeland CAMP FRIEDLAND, Germany lf> —Seven hundred and two German prisoners arrived here from Russia yesterday—the first to return to West Germany ilnce the Russians where a hospital ambulance awaited. Tafalla suffered a leg fracture and facial cute. •00*1 Hut two-month trww <* prisoner repatriation. Thi return*** stld they bit) b**m on a Oermany-bound train lift Oo- tober when tht Soviet* stopped UMB east of Moscow, tolling them that Chancellor Konrad Ad«n«u*r "ht4 failed to meet hit obligation*." 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