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Wednesday Evening, November 13, 1957. GREETING CARDS Santo to Travel by Space Ship This Year er, Hallmark, this year lined up paintings from Cecil Beaton, Norman Rockwell Churchill. By GAY PAULEY United Press Women's Editor NEW YORK (UP)-Santa Claus and the satellite age get together this year. ; The old gentleman, number one Say S Underworld cover boy for Christmas, cards, i c;___ heads for his appointed rounds! r '9 ures and Sir Winston via rocket and space ship instead of reindeer . and sleigh in many of this season's designs. Apparently his pack also is outmoded for outer space. It is missing in many of the artists' drawings. Santa Keeps Up "Well, Santa has' to keep up with the times," explained Stephen Q. Shannon, executive director of the Greeting Card Association. Shannon said cards of religious character will make up 25 per cent of the 35,000 designs available this year. But in the cards of general nature, 12 per cent feature Santa, trailed closely by Christmas tree ornaments, candles and floral decorations. The Madonna is the most popular design in the religious group. In shape, most cards are "taller and skinnier" than ever, the association said. Apparently the "shop early" preaching is effegtive. ' Shannon In Garbage Racket WASHINGTON (UP) — Sen. John L. McClellan charged today that Vincent J. Squillante, described as the "self - styled godson" of slain rackets overlord Albert Anastasia, established a monopoly "stranglehold" on New York City's lucrative • garbage- hauling industry. McClellan, chairman of the Senate Rackets Committee, made the charge at the opening of hearings on alleged labor-management collusion in the 50-million-dollar New York garbage business. He said Squillante's monopoly was marked by "outbreaks of violence and eventually coercion, extortion and fraud." Squillante was described as a labor relations expert with underworld connections. McClellan's statement made clear that Squillante will be the central figure of the hearings. Chief counsel Robert F. Kennedy called him Anas- Suslov's Star Rising in New Soviet Shifts By K. United Press C. THALER Staff Correspondent said some persons began Christ- tasia's "self-styled godson." mas card selecting in July and McClelland said "more than -SO purchases have picked up speed ] underworld figures" will be men- since Labor Day. Now, with tioned during the course of this Christmas still six weeks away, week's hearings and that the in- the card counters, are jammed, vestifiation will disclose "the hoodlum control in this industry." McClellan said the hearings would show that private refuse haulers who tried to break with "Squillante - controlled"! trade groups were "penalized" by the union and forced into line by "whip" companies operated Squillante and his family. by Two Billion Cards The association estimated the average American Household will send 57 cards, or a record total for the nation of 2,400,000,000. It'll cost 70 million dollars to mail them all. Christmas cards make up half of all greeting cards sent, including birthday, get well and Valentine. The Christmas card custom originated in England in 1843, when an illustrator named John Calcott Horsley painted one. A Roxbury, Mass., lithographer named Louis |Homer E. Schuman, Columbia Prang published the first in this! city, were reappointed to the Intli- country in 1875 —' and wondered I ana State Fair Board by Gover- whether it would sell. By the mid-1 nor Handley Tuesday. die of the 18BO's, he was printing- Reflected by various organiza- university's Child Welfare Research Station, said parents would be wise to find wui vroal type of clothes their' youngsters' doss- al the University of Iowa says it's j mates are wearing and then pro- Children Prefer Sameness in Clothes IOWA CITY, IA. — A professor Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv« iust as hard on a youngster to be "overdressed" at school as to have clothes "not as good" as the others. Professor Ralph Ojemann of the vide similar wearing apparel. Liking the clothes he wears and •feeling comfortable and appropriately dressed help .give a child self-confidence, Dr. Ojemann said. LONDON (UP) — The Soviet Union's austere cold war boss, Mikhail Andreyevitch Suslov, was reported emerging today as a new key figure in the Kremlin's fast- changing leadership. Sbviet affairs experts said the 55 5- year - old party theoretician, once Josef Stalin's private secretary, has begun to move to the fore of the Soviet hierarchy. He already is a member of the elite Presidium and of the Centra] Committee of the C o rn m u n i s I Party. Word reaching here is that he has-been gaining marked infill ence of late. At last week's celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution he was given -om; of the places of honor. Suslov, once considered an exponent of old - time Stalinism, is reported to have swung behind party chief Nikita S. Khrushchev, at least outwardly. But the shift in his ideals is not altogether convincing. Suslov's star began rising rapidly after the ouster of the Molotov three last June. , The purge of Defense Minister Georgi Zhukov is believed to have strengthened Suslov's control of the party apparatus in its day-today operations. This makes him a factor so powerful that oven Khrushjhev cannot ignore him. And there are hints that he and Khrushchev some day soon may have to have a showdown. Two Reappointed to State Fair Board INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Edgar C. NicNamara, Indianapolis, and five million each year. ' tions given representation on the Some of Prang's cards came in board were board members Estel as many as 17 colors; sonic were L. .Caliban, New Augusta;- Carl embellished with silk fringes and,Bowman, Converse; Carrold J. sold for $3 each. " !BIedsoe, Rensselaer; Lowell G. The average card today is far ; Taylor, Owensville; John A. Craft, less costly, but may be just as': LaPorte, and Clarence Howell, artistic. One group, from the American artists, features reproductions of original works by 470 modern artists. One manufactur- Salern. Recid the Classified Ads New Pie Filling For Freezer Use FREDONIA, N. Y. — A frozen foods company has found a way to make a Concord grape pie- filling thai eliminates the need for adding starch as a thickening agent. Sunset Frozen Foods lire, has gone into full production with its new pie filling, the characteristics of which make it specifically suitable for use by frozen pie manufacturers, bakers and institutional distribution. The company said the filling is safe to re-freeze imimerbale times, but thawing and re-freezing are potentially dangerous with other pie fillings. ., Sidney Braunstein, company .research head who was largely responsible for development of the new process, said the introduction of grape de-seeding machinery, proved to be a big factor in making Concord grape pie commercially possible. s Still Time To complete your 1957 Christmas Club- Payments Accepted Until Saturday Noon Nov. 16th ii5sH j:jii5»«, New Clubs will open Monday, Nov. 18th NATIONAL BANK * to easier by far to bank from your car-Use our Drive-in Auto Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Giving Old Crow is traditional at Holiday time &reafat~C/l/amc in «THE DIST, OLD CROW DrSTfitEHY CO., fR*NKRJIIT,-ffC;Dl5ni. W WK '.PROD. CO. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON VttllSKK. 86 WOO? 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