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Saturday, December 19, 1959
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f 4 TH GAZETTE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER ON AND OFF VAN HORNE'S ISLAND SOLD: Minister's Wond, mil rem Sr. Andrtw'i, N.8., former horn of Sir William Van Horno, once-eminent Montreoler ni builder of tho C.P.R., hat been told la a group of Cleveland, Ohio, investors, for do velopment at a country club and roal ettatt project. Guesthouse will bo the M-room main residence, which containt U firoplacot and ilill houses torn of tho paintings and antique furniture of which Sir William wat an avid collector. Tho Itland it jointd to th mainland by a cauioway. Plant call for th Van Ham Itland Club Ltd., to b In full operation by May 1 noxt. Vict-prttidtnt of tha group it J. C. Van Horn, M.P. for Rottigourha-Madawatka, activ in roal tat development in the area. s SKUNK BOARDS COMING UP: Here is another list of crib-base playen who have recently held perfect 29 hands, and who will ihortly receive skunk cribbage boards Irom Flip Dawson, of Dawson Bros. Mrs. F. C. (Tesst Smith, against Dorothy Booth; Phil Seaby, who already had an einht end and a hole in one, Dlavin? with .I.-.i lc Mi'Dinrmil ncir.In.t Rill I mt. unit VAA'ta RnrJ ette; Sam Rice against Nil t'Jante in Rouyn; Charlie Buwie gainst Frank Edwards in the Hermitage Club, London, Ont.; C. J. Cunter, at Richmond; Cus Murray against Mrs. Murray nd Joseph Vaillancourt. in Cornwall; Kingslcy G. Drake against David Marshall; E B. Meyers against G. Klosch; and D. J Anderson with T. Poherty against D. Kcough and D. Willis QUOTABLE QUOTES: Wonder who It in charge of creating thote horrendout pot-holes in the private road leading to th parking lot at Montreal Airport? ... A city mow plough, minui ont wheel, parked for a week en Dornal avenue, with tho snow piled high on both tidet of the block The Children's Welfare and Toy Club, in need of toyt for distribu-tion throughout the city next week, hat placed boxet for tamo in a number of toy and drug ttoret. , . . Laurentian Lantt formulating plant to enlarge their pretent 48-lane let. p t M; and buty with the opening of the Mont Tore Ret-taurant at Ste. Adele. ... The Montreal Newman Alumni Club will hold t annual ball in the social centre at the Univertity of Montreal on Friday, Feb. 12. . . . Montrealert driving to New York report the parking meters in Saratoga Springt covered with red plastic bags bearing the message "Merry Chrlttmai" with free parking. PERSON TO PERSON: Jimmy Darou and his new Buick to',n ,he Kven,ng ,here Wl" b? lChlStma.,PiaL cinVT" be featured on cross-country ads by General Motors. . . . Rev. oral Service, when St. An-tom H. G. Baugh. of the Church of St. Francis of the Birds in st.jdreW, Choir will sing carols.!'3 e Xectfon ol Sauvear, back from a Florida vacation and ready to minister to old and new. There will beStancy MacLeod. Rev. H. El- Alicia .ur fliwuier M-a.son. . . . dealership on Decarie Boulevard . honors and L. S. Hoar and I. W adian Curtiss-Wright sales competition which wound ud at a meet- ing in the queen Elizabeth Hotel speaks to the Breakfast Club of Adath Isreal Men's Club tomorrow morning. . . . Syl Apps, former captain and star of the Toronto Maple Leafs, has two chips off the old block playing minor league hockey around Toronto, Syl Jr. and Bobby, both in ineir teens. SHOW BUSINESS: Ooient of moppett, tome of whom might be the ttar dancert of the future, will take part in a Children't Yuletide Dance Fantasy in the Chateau de Ramezay en Wed-netday afternoon, Dec. 30. They are pupils of dance ttudiot whote eperatort art membert of the Quebec Dance Teachert Miiocionon, Dotn in ana out of th youngsteri will com from Tommy Hammond of th Royal ma me rage bin t choir for mat carol concert at head office. Polio Report Province Is Hardest Hit Ottawa, Dec. 18.-C?)-Quebec. with 1.039 out of 1.712 reported foundland, P.E.I., Saskatchewan, .oc., ,1, v,oiiouu, uie province naraesi nil oy paraivuc poliomyelitis during 1959. Apart from suffering 60 per cent of the reported cases, R8 Que-bers died of the disease. Polio deaths totalled 163. Last year Quebec had 76 cases and five deaths. Tl. r: ... 1 1 . , . ""7'n T , Ting week in 1958 there were 'and 21 deaths, up from six in weekly report by the Health De-nlv pasmi , R r nJ1958. I partment'si epidemiology divis ion, covering the period up to Dec. 12. showed increases from 244 cases and 25 deaths at Unreported paralytic polio cases corresponding period last year, th s year. Last year Prince Ed . ln the ward' Island, ova Scotia and' acparimem reported n new cases. six of them in Alberta thrpp in British PnliimhiQ anI two in Quebec. In the corres-ithis --- vV ma uou Torontonians Stranded By Transit Walkout Toronto, Dec. 18. Oi-Thousands of workers were late today when about a fifth of the'; Toronto Transit Commission bus and atreet car drivers failed to report for work, apparently in protest RCAF 'Copter Brings Man To 'Neuro' An RCAF helicopter left Jon-quiere. Que. last night on a mercy flight to Montreal. It car ried a badly-injured man, identi fied as Ladislaw Bobowski, to the Montreal Neurological Institute. RCAF Air Transpost Command Headquarters in Trenton, Ont. said he has a broken back and five broken ribs. It was not known how he was injured. Tse craft left Trenton at 3 p.m. It was to pick up a flight nurse in Bagotville, Que., 50 miles north of Quebec City, before going on to Jonquiere, about 50 miles further north. Crewmembers were identified as Pilot FL Tom Causey and Co-pilot FL Bruce Wright. Patients Wait ' Ottawa, Dec. 18 CP) Civic Hospital officials today reported the hospital has 2.442 patients waiting to be admitted double the number reported at this time last year. Ml Mortin, Pros, 150 Victoria Ao. CSm yr 'raarcg! lUlilSflllli sr (da ievin ieaiins nas opened a car;,i j,,n nH At 'if , i:u.:.rLwoVopithe Morning Worship Dr. Grant Walker runners-up in a Can-j this week. . . . David Rome Montreal. Many of out of town. . . . Bank buty reh their annual Chr in Quebec. I All the moving anH thJwlcn iw cases' aalnst l0,ir In Yukon and Northwest Territories the Territories were free of polio, nni Nm,a w;a u,ac f.L f r.,j; it, ; men 1--. province, along with New- (uu ucmna in kvov xim year -v-over wage negotiations. The worst jams were reported in the east end. The north-south subway was the only line not affected. TTC Chairman Charles Walton appealed to employers to dismiss workers early so they will get home in the non-rush period because "we ion't think we will be able to restore normal service." Of 1,450 vehicles which normally handle morning rush-hour traffic, 21)4 were without crews. A TTC spokesman said: "The men just didn't show up for work. We had no indication in advance." Syd Hare, secretary-treasurer of the Toronto Division, Street Railway Employees Union (CLC) said he knew nothing of the wildcat walkout. The TTC demanded a quick meeting with union in hopes of restoring normal service. Contract negotiations became deadlocked yesterday when the union's negotiating committee recommended rejection of a wage offer by the commission. The recommendation will be submitted to a general membership meeting for endorsement Sunday. Mr. Hare - termed the TTC's "last and final offer" to tally inadequate. I HU. 4-1491 19, 1959 AROUND OUR TOWN I gov.'-Tvtii is a Tough ) I I I C TtM ST OF YfcTAf. II 1 r...ruiuienrn I 9u Mu ?rS- in . i i ii iv w See Also Page 20 Religious Briefs ST. ANDREW'S UNITED Th m..uin r,r rhrUtma. will feature the services in St.;,,. . . tt,t,4 oh.i in Andrew's, Westmount, tomorrow. jfU'u'( u iiiiu viiui ujlj, 4 v wi" Rive a Christmas message entitled "The Miracle of Christ mas,." FIRST BAPTIST The Annual Carol Service of the Choir of First Baptist Church, under the direction of F. L. Mc-Learon, will be presented this Christmas Sunday at 7.30 p m. At the Morning Service, the choir will sing a group of carols and Rev. R. S. Dunn will speak on the subject "A Christmas Proclamation." On Christmas Eve, a Carol and Communion Service under the sponsorship of the B.Y.P.U., is being prepared lor !! o clock. the Yukon and the Territories had no deaths. Ontario was the second hard est-hit province, with 1 cases, a big increase from 20 last year,ginia will last a little over one Newloundland ranked thud IM58' and 12 deaths' 8ainsl none a Jrfar.,Bg- ... u , Jfi "osemouni ' msi urn ea .Manitoto. which lot, cases and Church next Sunday when he " ' ..f.S'e !If " Lfi ! v tinS Us cases to 26 and its deaths ;'0 2. Polio cases in the other areas with 19"8 figures in brackets: P. E. I. 7 (0); Nova Scotia 6 o); New Brunswick 61 (4); Saskatchewan 35 (11); Alberta 78 w, uritisn Columbia 113 (10); Yukon 1 (0); N.W.T. 10 (0). Other deaths by areas with last year's figures in brackets: P.E.I. 1 (0); Nova Scotia 0 (0): New Brunswick 6 1'; Saskatchewan! 3 (0); British Columbia 14 (3); Yukon 1 (0); N.W.T. 4 (0). Steel Union Settlement Terms Hiked Chicago, Dec. 18 W) The United Steelworkers Union i laid down stiffer terms for settlement with the steel industry today and said it will go to court, if necessary, to try to shift bargaining from an industry-wide to an individual company basis. A new 10-point union proposal was outlined at a press conference by USW president David J. McDonald and Arthur J. Gold berg, steelworkers' general coun sel. The new plan follows generally the terms negotiated with Kaiser Steel Corporation but also includes terms not obtained from Kaiser. These are principally an extension of health insurance to retired employees and their wives, and a full cost-of-living increase, effective for the first payroll period in January, on which Kaiser was allowed concessions. Sports Car Driver Killed In Crash A sports car driver was killed at ft p.m. yesterday when his car collided with the abbuttinent of an underpass, rolled over and fell on another car. No one else was injured. Police said the victim, Frank Hamer, 48, of 7491 Upper Lachine Ud., was travelling south on Reed Blvd. when he lost control of his vehicle. He smashed into a pillar supporting the Val Royal underpass and rolled over onto a passing car. ' I Officials said Hamer died instantly. BY GCRDIE MOORE C AVMaJTAIAJ THIS HECUlM J 7 ExWES5it WHEM f I -XHtki'S SO MUCH ) "7 CHfttSTMAS SPifllT f I CHRIST MEMORIAL Christ Memorial Lutheran : II 1,1 III OUillVI II.U an NDG wii) mar jts fjrst family a.iu ...;n rrah -wsn Hill KHI n 111 pivovii Vii I i h Coming DOMINION-DOUGLAS Christmas Sunday in Dominion Douglas United Church will commence at 9 o'clock in the morning when a special Communion Service will be held. At 10:40 o'clock the choir under the leadership of Mr. John Robb will present portions of the Messiah. Dr. R. Douglas Smith will preach on the theme "The Two Bethlehems" at the 11 o'clock service. The Evening Worship at 7:30 o'clock will be a Candlelight Carol Ser-, vice. The Annual Worship Ser vice on Christmas Eve, held in co-operation with Stanley Pres byterian Church will begin at it p.m. UNITARIAN CHURCH The Choir of the Church of the Messiah will present a program of Christmas music on Sunday at 4 p.m. in Channing Hall, corner Simpson and Sherbrooke S's. The choir will be under the direction of Donald Mackey. The public is cordially invited to attend. Admission is free with a collection to help defray expenses taken up at the door. The pro- 'gram will last a little over one hour, KOitMOUNi mksi ine wrcmony oi wgming me Aavent Lanaie will De completed Morning Carol Service, and the Candle of the Unnamed Desire will be lit at the Evening Service. Every member of the congregation will be provided with a candle, and carols will be sung to candlelight. At the morning service, the minister. Rev. E. Geoffrey Tenneson will take as his subject: "Faith at Christmas Time." Special music will be presented during the services of the day by the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Choirs. WESLEY UNITED "Our Visited Planet" will be the subject of a Christmas ser mon by Rev. Dr. Norman A. McMurray at the Morning Service. A Service of Christmas Music takes place in the Even ing at 7.30, with carols, anthems and a story "A Family Christ mas In Prison." A carol-singing hour and social follows at K o'clock in Wesley Hall. EVANGEL PENTECOSTAL The 10 a.m. Sunday School at the Evangel Pentecostal Church, Closse at Tupper Street, will be highlighted by "White Gilft Sun- day." During the 11 a.m. wor ship service, Superintendent Jack Parkes will accept these gifts on behalf of the Welcome Hall Mission. At 7.30 p.m. the 50-voice choir and 30-piece orchestra of the Evangel Pentecostal Church will present "The First Christmas." The pastor. Rev. Robert M. Argue, will deliver a ser-monette. RELIGIOUS SCIENCE At the First Church of Religious Science on Sunday evening at eight o'clock, 1410 Stanley Street, Suite 10, Lower Lobby, the speaker will be Rev. M. Davies Edwards. The subject will be "The Three Wise Men." The children's Sunday School will be held at 11 o'clock, and will be White Gift Sunday. On Wednesday evening Mrs. Margaret Trotter will continue her series "Adventures In Fnith." Everyone is welcome. ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH The Annual Christmas Carol Service of St. Philip's Church, Montreal West, will take place at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening. It will include 'a candelight procession and the Nine Lessons and Carols, the seventh lesson be- ing read by the Very Rev. J. S .Thomson, D.D., of McGill Univer sity, formerly Moderator of the United Church of Canada. The children of the parish will attend 'the annual family service at 11 'o'clock Sunday morning. Democrats Seeking A By HAROLD MORRISON Canadian Prts Staff Writer r 'HE DEMOCRATS, though powerful in Congress, face the 19G0 presidential election year with woeful lack of firm leadership ami evident cracks in their political armor. Illuntinjf their offensive is an outbreak of family squabblinpr as to what manner of man should lead them in the struggle next November to wrest the White House from an eight-year Republican hold. The situation has be- come so bad that Paul M. Butler, chairman of the party's National Committee, recently had to i make a special appeal for ; funds to pay the rent ' at national headquarters. One Southerner suggested enthusiasm to pay party dues would be stirred by Cutler if he'd quit. At least five men may vie for the party's presidential nomination at the Los Angeles convention next July 11. Each has his distinctive qualities and each his. evident political weakness. - , In the end, the Democrats may be forced to draft kindly Adlai E. Stevenson who twice suffered stinging defeats at the bands of President Eisenhower in the 1952 and 1956 election fights. The 59 - year old Stevenson who swept to post-war political fam by winning the Illinois governorship in 1948 a rare thing for a Democrat in that Republican stronghold says he's washed his hands of any further struggle for the presidency. Yet he has popped lip to Fine Of $50 s Penalty For Bribery A 35-year-old immigration department officer yesterday was charged with taking bribes totalling $300 in connection with his duties. Paul Emile Leblanc of 1522 Curateau St. was arraigned before Judge Redmond Roche on a charge laid under Article 51 of the Canada Immigration Act. Trial was fixed for Jan. 5. The charge specified that the alleged bribes were paid by Giuseppe Borselino of Ninth Ave. Ville St. Michel and three other Italian immigrants. Borselino was in court and pleaded guilty to a charge of giving a bribe to Leblanc on Dec. 23, 1938. Special Federal , Prosecutor) Jean Miquelson told the court the penalty ranged from a mini-j mum fine of $50 to a maximum of $500. However he had no suggestions to make to the court. Borselino told the judge he had received his naturalization papers 10 months ago. "What you did was evil and I hope you won't repeat it," Judge Roche told the accused. "However I think a fine of $50 and costs will suffice . . ." Remanded Ottawa, Dec. 18 IB Doug las Macdonald. 21. of Toronto was remanded without plea to Monday when he appeared in police court today charged with assaulting Marie Rose Ostigny, 25, of Three Rivers, Que. The woman was taken to hospital vesterdav suffering from head injuries. MKT l'MK DOMINIUM GAI.IKUY. MIS Sherhronka Street. West la orit of the largest Art Dealer Ga.leriea in America. 17 rooms, 4 Moots, pint root lei race fnr afiilnt.iire elevator, atl'-condt Honing, parking. Paintings by 175 Canadian Artists un view b'i0ht mnuiteb t)V Cot'lieHtl? Kneeholf. Miisterpieirs by Kniilv Carr. Ciuinon, Jack'nii. J. fc. " MacDonald. J W Mori lie. Ida-pelie, llnratlo Wallter. On sale paintlnt-s bv Great French Att-IsU and Old Masters. Largest lMinn Al finn millltlllllS III CI1- ad as well as oiitiUmtinn Can adian and k,iiropean auiiipuitei Open Monnays to Saturdays. I a m. -5 30 p in. . ARTI.ENDERS, 41 IS MEI.ROSK Ave., N.D Ci rent or ouy a line Canadian Fainting. ArtiMs include: Marguerite Fainmel, H. Heimllck. A. Y. Jackson. Henri (looHridee Roberts. Fred erick Tavlor, R. York Wilson. If purchased rental fee spplied o price. Studio hours Tuesday through Saturdav 1 p m. io a pm. Evenings by appointment, HU. 4-4691. BOOK AND PRINT SHOP, FEA- luring early Maps ana rrints Military floral. Hunting and fnnariian. together with rare and beautiful boom for collectors, fine bindings, special press, colour-plate and first editions. 1247 Greene Ave., WE. 3-5575. CHRISTMAS CREETIISCS .nru-rj-trij-ij-ii-ini"i- - - " -- MISS PRENTICE THB NOTE- book wishes friends snd advertisers a Joyful Holiday Season, Good Health and Good Fortune All well-wishers are Invited to call this column (VS. B-4771 for the same universal custom of expressing Good Will. i a. f I 4 tY .a-.. ?" ..:-jC "j TO PLACE NOTICES IN THE "NOTEBOOK" PLEASE ' CALL MISS PRENTICE FROM 10 A.M. 10 I P.M., ' FOR INSERTION IN FOLLOWING DAY'S PAPER, AT 1 UN. A-4771 OR WRITE 4, 4mm.JRWtJmMWrrhiiiim mm. II' r ram Ssaisasasaaessaiiel WASHINGTON, Dee. 18 mil i i ii A SrHiiiilrminiiJ KENNEDY speak at familiar political places and his friends say he' can be persuaded to make a third try if the party rallied round him completely. Could Stevenson win the presidency? Many Democrats, including former President Harry Truman, think not. The balding, divorced Chicago lawyer fights clean, but apparently without delivering hard blows. Truman say he can' "give 'em hell." So there is doubt that among the expected 1,500 voting delegates at Los Angeles there would be any great clamor for 'Don't Get Mad' At Foolish Driver Ottawa, Dec. 18 IP Don't lose your temper at foolish drivers, or you'll be a holiday-season traffic menace too. The Canadian Highway Safety Council issued this warning today and coupled it with several safe-driving tips. One is that the "careless, apathetic" driver is here to stay, and it's up to the conscientious motorist to keep an eye out for him. Another is that even .one cocktail impairs a person's driving ability and the excitement of the holiday season adds to alcohol's impact. On careless drivers, the couri- cil warns "Don't be angry with these fools. Ignore them and play it safe yourself. Anger, in itself, is a traffic danger. An excited irate motorist will do things he knows he shouldn't do." The council says ice under snow, irostea winasnieias, coia motors, snow-stuffed tire treads and reduced visibility are some of- the reasons why the foolish driver is an even greater menace in winter. The council also offers these winter safe-driving tips: Cold motor let your engine warm up before you start driving in traffic. Otherwise it might stall and produce a traffic hazard. Wipers keep wipers clear ol accumulated ice, and don't wait until the windshield is clogged with snow or mud before turning them on. Rear window take time out to keep rear windows clear. Vision to the rear is just as necessary as to the front. Traction any auto can get stuck on ice or in snow. Carry something to provide traction. I Try a pair of rough-surface roof ing shingles, lengtns of cnicKeO' ' I . r .at LITERATURE CANAIJ1ANA FOR CHRISTMAS Some letters of Duncan Camp bell Scott, Archibald Lampman and others. Edited by Arthur s. Bourinot. Limited Edition 4350 Order from Arthur S. Bourinot, 128 Carleton Road, Rockcllffe Ottawa, Canada. BOOK DEPARTMENT OF 8HF.R- Man fiecorri Centre. 138S St Catherine St. West, announces the arrival of a great collection of Bonks on Art. the collection Includes new and out of print volumes, nooks on tne arts ana architecture of Canada, the Ori ent, France, Italy. Russia and other countries. Open Mondays to Saturdays, v a m. to 9 p.m. MUSIC MUSIC FOR CHRISTMAS. Chl'RCH of the Messiah. Sherbrooke w at Simpson St., Sunday, Dec. K0. at 4 cm. Carols bv he Gallery Choir. Assisting artists: Mario Duschenes, flute: Bernard La-eace. organ: Eugene Husaruk violin; and Quartet of viols. There is no charge for admission. Coi lection. VOICE TRAINING (BEI. CANTO) By F.uropean Opera and Concert Artist. Individual Instruction as welt as groups. Profes- . aionals preferred but smateuc music lovers accepted In accordance with time available. L Mnrflenstern. RE. 7-4909. MISVU.LA!SLOUS THE NOTEBOOK APPEARS DAILY In a guarar'ced page 4 position Paid notices accepted under the following categories Art Association Notice Ballet-Bazaars Church Activities Club Activities Conferences Fashion Show Lectures Miscellaneous Music Rummage Saies-Soclal Events Synagogue Activities Theatre. his return unless no other choice can be made. From now until convention time, the party's main concentration will be on its presidential "hopefuls." Perhaps the man with the most winning ways is wealthy young Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, shock of reddish brown hair is a familiar political trade mark across the country. The tall, loan son of i prominent financier has shown outstanding political performance in his six years as congressman and seven years as senator. Kennedy has great drive, ambition and self-discipline, but Democrats observe he is young only 42 and he's a Roman Catholic. Catholics make up only about 20 per cent of the U.S. population and no one of that faith has ever become president. 'Gabby' Also In Roc There's also Senator Hubert 11. Humphrey of Minnesota "Gabby" as he is known among some of his associates who'll talk at a drop of a hat and sometimes is known to do the dropping. But. though the 48-year-old Humphrey already has declared himself in the presidential race, veteran observers don't consider him a strong candidate mainly because of his extreme Liberal views. Out of the South comes Senator Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas, a tall, hefty 51-year-old political veteran who raised some dust inside the party during his majority leadership of the eSnate. He suffered a heart attack a few years ago. raising a question of whether coop wire or sheets of corrugated cardboard. Skidding slow down on slip pery roads. If a skid starts, turn the front wheels in the direction of the skid. Stopping pump the brake pedal several times, don't just push on it. Pumping avoids locking trie wheels and putting the car com pletely out of control. Space cars need more space between each other in winter time. Sudden stops by other mot orists, stalled cars, pedestrian!, camouflaged by falling snow or hidden by deep drifts are all reasons why you should leave plenty of room to stop. Stuck if your car is stuck in snow, clear the front wheels first. A vehicle will overcome rear-wheel resistance more readily than front-wheel blockage. Poison carbon monoxide fumes are odorless and colorless. Always keep a window partly open. If you start the car in a garage, keep the garage door open. LA TOUR CANADA'S FINEST RESTAURANT CHRISTMAS DINNER FRIDAY, DEC. 25rH. MENU Consomme1 ou Sherry filtl it Soe Bonne ftmmi La Jind lattia aux manant, oefee 4a gretaillai en La (Hat da Beaul latdi, Sauta trutttt al Madara fommel parltitnnat risioeet Haricot! vertl au haurta Salada Taur HI hi La Hum-Pudding au Phum, au la fcucne du Pita Natl La tarbailla da fruit I Demi-Teiie i.ri LUNCHEON $1.25 op DINNER $1.75 up (tr.m 1J ,.m. re 4 10 pm.) Ahe to crte nseels Tuesday Night Special Gourmet's Dinner Sunday Evenina Ffeiich Buffet Hot end Celd Dishes Entertainment From 6.33 P.M. To 2 A.M. Reserve Your Toblo Now ly Collino Our Moitro D'Hotel LA TOUIl EIFFEL 1422 Stanley St., Montreal. Tel.: VI. 4-9525 Oc-tn From 12 P.M. To 2 A.M. Fri Forfcini NO COVER CHAPCi NO MINIMUM burnt', Amtita Certs Bleeene creet ee hanaand Leader i v V STEVENSON he has sufficient physical strength to withstand the rigors of the White House. Amid the bickering and without the weakness of religious minority affiliation stands Senator Stuart Symington of Missouri, a tall, ramrod individual who a few yean ago had to undergo medical care for hypertension. Some Democrats see In him the "compromise" candidate, perhaps acceptable both to Northern and Southern members. Symington, after somo youthful escapades, later became head of a big electrical manufacturing company and first secretary for air in th former Truman administration. What's more, he's an Episcopalian and the record shows that more Episcopalians wert elected president than any other religious affiliation. Symington Is a great champion of military defence and air power but there is no evidence that his national popularity compares with that of th youthful Kennedy or even Stevenson. Weather Reports Minimum ani mailmHm ttmpcraiilretl Min.Hax.i Mm Mai. Oawaoa Snag Pr. Gcoria I'r. Rupert Vancouver Victoria Jasper Edmonloa. Calgary LeUibridga (Sit St Maria 30 S Norln Bay 10 37 Sudbury Ti 4i Mukuka A. 20 fit Windsor London 34 Toronto 2b Oiuwa 42 Uuebec 41 Kretierirtnn Saint John 12 M one-ton 11 Halifax n 24 11 10 YeUowknila '24 Pr. Albert Saskatooa 7 Kegina 2 Winnipeg ( Churchill Lakehead 20 While River 21 Kapuskaamg 23 23 Charlot'towi 20 16 Sydney 13 3 Yarmouth 34 27 St. John'a 2 rv.New York 41 2.1 Miami I Below iftro, December II, 1951. Hour Ther. 1 a.m. 29 a.m. n i a.m. V 7 a.m. n a.m. 28 Hour Ther. 11 a.m. 2 1 p.m. 30 3 p.m. 24 S p.m. 27 7 p.m. 23 General Weather Coudllloaa: Cloudy with sunya perloda. Mill. Mai., 10.3; Mln., 24 i; Rum. 17 I Sun. 3.1 hra. 38': rain Snow, accumulated laU from Oct. 127.3". MONTREAL and VICINITY TEMPERATURE Mailmum Mlnimun Yetierday 31 2!i 1 II Year aeo yesterday 21 Average for thia date 24 FORECASTS Montreal, Quenea City and Eaetrr Townihlpi regions i Cloudy with erai- tered anowtlurriea. Mild, winda llgnu Low and high at Montreal 25 and 32! Quebec City 20 and 30: Sherbrooke 29 and 30. Ottawa, Laarratlaa, St. Maarlra and fteitera Lake HI. John regiona: Moatty clojdy. A lew scattered snowflurriea. Mild, winds light. Low ana sign at Ottawa and Ste. AgaUia 10 and 30: La Tuque 13 and 30. Eastern Lake St. John ani Bala Cenv eaa regions: Sunny periods. A few widely scattered anowflurries. Mild. Winda light. Low and high at ChlcouUml and Riviera du Loup 13 and 30. New York City! Cloudy with rain in coming partly cloudy later. NEW YEAR'S DINNER FRIDAY, JAN. lit. MENU La loupe teignen graHnta mu Gruyita u l Como.Time' ftigol Lt filai da Dart Gtaaablaita L Centtafiltt da Baaat rati dam tan Jus am , La Pauttin ditetii Qatitanama Pommel Dauphina Ln Cheuz da Bruxtllat So'ode dat ftttt La Coup 1960 au Klneh La tarbailla da tah'mt Daml'Tatta 11.71 EIFFEL XT nKrtsWjttMrtjs"Jff loVnaAMf mTMtmfftmmVPWQwmtidmmim4m

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