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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Alamogordo, New Mexico It await Tnp a Dut flt a club i Wothington merry go round by Drew Pearson Kennedy serves notice on tammany they re through it Imlay. Doc a Ltd of pig 4 f u j. Istaz i sold 118 Fri i Lexc it i t by Chr Almado doily nows cumin Mexico the Newn of word the 2t�o922&Quot 19,3 0n�?~l the c Quot Quot ski a a cd c of matter of the pox office of Alamogordo new Mexico under the act of March 3, ib79. Subscription rate by Carrier in the City 70c per week $1.25 per a Hofft a cd r a or by mail in Otero county or state on tide state t. H Iki per year outside City limit. 7r�c per week. Billie Holdi a president and publisher Aubrey l. Dunn bum nex. Manager riiii11 3rr Mono Ging editor Leo Rhom circulation manager Cleft Keim advertising director cd Yehh mechanical superintendent Educa it a on reappraisal a Brond pro prom of improvement in education has been recommended by the presidential commission on National goals. It is noteworthy that two of the main Points made in its report concern the importance of re appraisal and experimentation. This strikingly underscores the state of flux in which education. Especially Public school education now finds itself. The commission report was written by John w. Gardner president of the Carnegie corporation. I be urges that experimentation be fostered at All Levels from the first Grade through College. He also Calls for a thoroughgoing reappraisal of both elementary and secondary school subjects and How they Are taught. There is nothing surprising in this Outlook. To a considerable extent it reflects the ferment which has existed in Public school education during the past several years in educational circles at the National level and in communities All Over the nation there has been much Lay and professional debate As to what should be taught and How it should be taught. New method and approaches Are being tried in mathematics for example in chemistry and physics. Here is a lot of experimentation with such teaching aids As television language training Booths question and answer machines and the like. In general this business of taking a hard look at curriculum of trying new ways of doing things in education is Good. Vet through it All. One thing must be kept in mind. The purpose of this reappraisal and experimentation is not change for the Sake of change but improvement. I he objective should be to retain the Best from the past and build upon it. Diamond mess averted major league baseball has just survived its worst hassle in a couple of decades the american league finally has expanded to 10 teams and Walter of Malley president of the los Angeles dodgers has emerged in a Field of financial Clover. Concessions by o Malley made the americans expansion to los Angeles possible but More than altruism prompted his action. The dodgers collected $325,000 from the California american league entry As Balm for having their territory invaded. The american leagues also must play next year in Wrigley Field with Only 20.-500 capacity and not move into of Malleye a big new Park until 1962. And when they do move in. The rent will be $200,000 or seven and a half per cent of the receipts. At the annual major league meeting in St. Louis a code designed to prevent any future arguments Over expansion was adopted. That is Good. But As commissioner Ford Brick put it. Baseball narrowly missed a a the worst mess in history Washington a prior to the los Angeles democratic Cun vent Ion. W Hen Jack Kennedy was scrambling for delegates. Jack s father Joseph Patrick held a breakfast at Hampshire House in new York attending the breakfast were Carmine de Sapio loss of tammany Hall Mike Pendergast democratic state chairman of new York congressman Charlie Buckley a grower in tam Manv Hall Joe Sharkey. Democratic Brooklyn Leader David Lawrence governor of Pennsylvania and Jake Arvey. Demo Era tie Boss of Chicago chief purpose of the meeting was old Joe Kennedy a demand that his son Jack be nominated on the first ballot but de Sypio and Pendergast with the Power of delivering new Yorkus biggest bloc of delegates stalled and talked finally Joe Kennedy Laid Down the Law. A i insist that i get a commitment now a he said a a we la go on the second ballot a replied Pendergast and 1>e Sapio. A there won t be any second ballot and you two Guys Are through Quot announced Kennedy. Last week congressman Charlie Buckley met with the presi ident elect at his Georgetown Home. Next Day Pendergast and de Sapio got word that they were through. The word came at a Biltmore hotel luncheon attended by Carmine Charlie Buckley and Joe Sharkey. As Charlie Buckley expressed it a this is Mike Pendergast will be replaced As Demoi Ratic state chairman by Peter Crotty of Buffalo a conservative Democrat. It was not a matter of revenge because in the end tammany had voted for Kennedy no the first ballot but the president elect had let it be known in no Uncertain terms that he was fed up with the bickering of old guard democrats and new Deal democrats m new York state. The new leaders would have to make Pence with a mrs Roosevelt nod former gov Herbert Uschman who have been to veg to depose Carmine. A i was never so mad in my life a president elect Kennedy had said a was when i wanted to get mrs. Roosevelt and gov. Lichman on a television program under the auspices of new York democrats and Carmine de Sapio dragged his feet i had to Call him personally to no that mrs Roosevelt and gov in he Man note the Man who held the two warring new York far Lions together with hairpins and scotch tape during the presidential Campaign was William Walton a Georgetown d artist living near the Kennedy. Jack asked him after the Campaign was Over. A what did you use morphine or heroin a no Ellis one Man who did not drag his feet for Kennedy was Frank b. Ellis of new Orleans former democratic National commit tee Man. When the Dixie rats started an a Independent elector movement Quot in Louisiana to keep Southern electors a pledged it was Ellis who Defeated them. I is More than anything else broke the Hack of the Dixie Erat uprising and gave solid strength to the democratic party in such doubtful states As South Carolina and Georgia which Kennedy eventually earned in november if the Dixie rat uprising had not been broken in Louisiana the it electoral votes Kennedy is getting from the deep South Ern slates of South Carolina Georgia Arkansas. Alabama and Louisiana might not have been in i earner and the november verdict might have been different. Frank Ellis the southerner who led this fight against great Odds is a Nephew of Hoke Smith of Georgia who served As Sec rotary of the Interior in the Grover Cleveland Cabinet and was one of the first southerners to emerge after the difficult Days of Becon struck Ion to co operate in the Federal government Ike s Dollar worries in private talks president Eisenhower has swung just As drastically away from his a. S. Prestige is High Quot statement As he swung toward it in Public speeches during the presidential Campaign in conferring with president elect Kennedy re Henlly. This was the chief subject he emphasized. Ike a argument was that Kennedy should hop on the Drain of the Dollar crisis immediately after he got into office. He told Kennedy that Secretary of the Treasury Anderson now had paved the Way by his trip to Bonn and Paris that Kennedy could we be got to keep the Fine print in mind press sessions on to president elect Kennedy plans to have occasional press conferences on live television at prune viewing time in the evening thus exposing himself to the appraising eyes of millions. 1 his is a step Coward providing the Public with a better grasp of presidential capacity responsibility and reaction. I he plan should not be dismissed As a publicity stunt. It represents an improvement Over past televised press conferences which were tape recorded with selected portions released. Televising of the entire press conference will put Kennedy on his Mettle and impose certain restraints on the reporters. The latter will or at least should feel impelled to stick to important questions and not let their awareness of the Large unseen audience inspire them to showmanship. If a bit of grandstanding is occasionally apparent however we Hope that watchers will be charitable. A a hamming a is an almost Universal trait and newsmen Are not immune. J a a / i communist Mah Ireste Mia Kinjo Over the a ref peacefully we will of it 6v air part y info Trai a Etc airy area of Capi Jovern Mentz i Creati of 77 i column act i tit Helf to Quilep Apea become chaotic Law 40 years ago f. C. Rolland druggist and curio dealer. In carefully compounded. Drugs curios stationery Eastman to Daks Eastman films Navajo Indian blankets cigars Candy soda water. Baltimore twelve thou Sand workmen members of building tracks Here have vie Elined to accept an increase in wages. At a meeting of representatives of the workers a motion to accept a wage Advance from 90 cents to one Dollar an hour was tabled by an Over whelming vote. Some of the men say that As prices Are falling arid time Are indications of capitalize on this trip by getting important Eon sessions from that i West germans Ike urged Kennedy to act while the West German government was anxious to get Oft on the right foot with the new administration. Kennedy listened carefully was noncommittal but a Pieria live. Some of Kennedy a advisers however feel that Secretary of the Treasury Anderson one of the most sincere and likable members of the Cabinet has gone psychotic Over the balance of payments worry. They consider the situation important hut not As serious As Anderson indicates. The Secretary of the Treasury has taken such gloomy re a girls with him to Europe that the effect on our nato Alliance has been unfortunate enold he disastrous. It has had the Fol lowing repercussions 1 it has played into the hands of the Moseph propagandists who Are now telling West europeans a you can t depend on the americans they re going to pull out of # 2. It has played into the hands of general de gnome who in now telling european friends a bather than depend on the United states Vou should rely on France and build up a United Stales of Europe a in other words Anderson is writing a record in the Elos ing Days of the Eisenhower administration which could raise trouble for the new president. Meanwhile both the British and the japanese have decided to stand firm behind the Dollar the British recently lowered their interest Rale to five per cent which should Check part of the Dollar outflow the japanese have decided that the buy american program will Hurt Thorn most and want to co operate j in hacking the Dollar. The Dollar crisis should he about Over when rep Newell George of Kansas was advised Hgt demo j Era tie friends to stay off the religious Issue because d would Cost hint re election George replied a a it a More import ant if elect the right Man to the White House than to return me to Congress a George is now being boosted for a hip Job in hew or agriculture departments. The staunchly Republican Amer n an Bankers association made a significant Bow to the election returns by inviting Liberal democratic rep. Wright Patman of Texas to address a recent Aba meeting in Washington Pat Man was applauded at the Start of his speech but lowered the temperature of his audience to charging that president Eisenhower had abdicated the governments monetary i it policies to Pri vate Bankers. Mrs. Frances Westert Nan of fair Lawn. N .1 a double for Jackie Kennedy is Angling for an invitation to the presidential inaugural Ball she wired mrs Kennedy a Floral Donkey made up of red White and Blue carnations with a sign a Welcome Juk hut no inaugural invitation has i a Eon forthcoming in reply. To right c i960, a the Bell san Micati steady work at the present wage they Are satisfied. Blast res alone of the building trades have gone on strike Lor an Advance of wages. 20 years ago the annual Christmas a get together Quot dinner for the Alamo Gordo High school s graduating classes of 19.&Quot.7, 1930, 1930 and 19-tn and any other alumni and St onnors Wui of Neld dec 2s at the methodist Church at 6. To . A Liport program will Ihu Given but will Ihu completed in plot nov Lime tor the Charity Ball a the Alamogordo Pavilion. "1 a r % to schedule sea get a we it i a Ltd a. A i j f a v re i it these programs Are furnished the news by the to studios and Ore accurate of of schedule the news however cannot i respon-sc_f-0r.time Ond pf�9rom changes which might occasionally appear Rod a Channel 4 Tel paso sunday december 18, 1960 in Ide the capital crossword Puzzle across 1 departed 5. Tow Ard the Xterm a 8 Crew 12 ancient Asiatic Region 13 one of the tailrace 14 open court if Region 17. Pack 18. Collection 19 come in 21. Writing fluid 22. Comprehend 23 away 25. Public Jody. Ing House 28. Leave a Public conveyance 32. Afresh 33 kind of meat 34 land measure 35 obliterated 37 quoted 38 rather than 39 chum 40 frequently used in no Keg 42 up and moving about 45 shrew mouse scotch 48. Italian Coin 50. Judge 52 alack 53 native Mineral 54. Animal s neck covering 55 mention specifically 50. Marry 57 Bow of a boat Gas refund sure would help at Christmas time 8 30 search a the script u its 8 45 mow c Hristian silent e heals 900 i n in action 9 30 this is the 10 00 lbs television work shop 10 55 news 11 00 honeymooners 11 30 Kai loons 11 45 pro football Kickoff 12.00 pro football 3 0 1 living is an Art 3 30 be College howl 4 00 1 love let cd 4 30 twentieth Century 5 00 new s solution of yesterdays Puzzle Down 1 Young men 2 county in Ohio 3. Clenched hand 4. Make lace 5. Bring into a Row 0. Anything strictly True 7. Carry Colloq. 8 fuel / of a i 4 7 a e 4 to it v 13 \4 14 h n it i 13 a u it a us a it i i v st1 pm a a a a the 24 h it x a to Quot 3/ Oil �1� 3i a i 41 1/ t a id 39 i 4p pm 0 the 4\ 4 1 4s 4 or by in a a so t a is i amp to 4-j As i 9 object made by human work 10. Rare Gas 11. Stare stupidly 1g. Bobbin 20. Decay 22. Drain 24. Not Strong 25. Owned 26. Two halves 27. Wire 28. A 29 Type Square 30. Wrath 31 Many a nickname 38. Pronoun 30. Afternoon function 37. Rolling Stock 39. Languished 40. Ardor 41. River in Arizona 43 Broad Fiat bottomed boat 44. Lacerated 45. Biblical Tower 40 Nevada resort 47. Depicted 19. Peer gym s Mother Demon by will Harrison Santa Eek a refund today of the overcharge paid for Southern Union Gas since september 1959, would to about Lour months Gas Bills $49 or $50 for Christmas expense. The september 1959, increase was held unjustified by the pub lie service commission in april i960, but is still in effect with the Only legs action in sight being january argument on a detail in the suit m judge Clyde Mccu Iloh a court in san j u a n resents Seles tex merchants Wiio done to turn in sales taxes Are Only a Shade removed1 from embezzler. Uliey collect the Money from saps on everything Tho Ltd buy then keep it for their own. The party who made the above observation wrote to express Bis objection to the proposal to raise the sales tax to provide More Money for the schools. He named an officer of 1he Board of one of the big school systems who is $13,000 a behind in sales tax payments and suggested that such Dehn quinces would be paid up if delinquent a alos tax records were opened to Public inspection. It makes sense. Sales tax Money is collected from other people and merchant who done to Send it in tot protected by a Law forbidding the Public from seeing what they a doing but that a the Law. Lobby crowd mooting legislators weren t duo Here for their precession gathering until Friday but. Thursday noon the legislature helpers were on hand in full array. Noted in la Fonda lobby state demo chairman Seaborn col Lins assistant chairman Jess Mitchell Revenue commissioner Bob Valdez ports of entry director Tom Montoya employment Security director Dick Pino Highway commissioner Harold Leonard Eddy county chairman Lon Watkins and Valencia county chairman Filo Sedillo Itoh part time lawyers for the Bureau of Revenue a group that might be interested in helping the legislators elect their House peaker and floor Leader. In another category of legislature helpers and also present a Day ahead of the meeting were Joe Charlton of Las vegas Small Loaner Pinky Pinkerton now Mexico Public service Fred Moxey Oil and a amp ser Albert Nobl taxpayers William Darmitzel mining association Jack Sitton Potasher Jack Pruitt a wholesale liquor. The lobby should Ike crowded when the legislators realty go to work next month. Pbyk at University the biggest newspaper in new Mexico has called tor the reappointment of Findley Mae ii Ivray to the University Board of regents a because he is an advocate of a Strong sports program. That should take care of that area of higher education on the Unm hoard1 and it we Hope no one will mind a timid suggestion t hat the other two openings be filled with some consideration toward getting the big school closer to recognition by the Phi Beta Kappa Scholastic society. New Mexico University has been turned Down for 25 years by Phi Beta Kappa al ref an on a satisfactory Library Hen a deficiency in the a academic attain 1 meats of the faculty a couple of years ago by too Many athletic scholarships. The University of Colorado Denver University University of Wyoming University of Arizona Texas University Southern methodist University neighbouring new Mexico have Phi Beta Kappa chapters. Only a Symbol Phi Beta Kappa is Only a Symbol of Scholastic excellence in an institution and indeed the fraternity has put Down such stiff regulations regarding ath Letie scholarships that it is doubtful if new Mexico or any other school in the a mall group that has been denied a a cognition Ever can qualify and continue participation in intercollegiate sports. La its Alamos is Likely to slave candidates for the Unm Boa id. The u is a subject of much in Ilene St in that Community of pm. 5 30 Dennis the menace 0 00 fit Sullivan show 7 00 go theatre 7 30 Jack Benny 8.00 intern calling 8 30 what s my line 9 00 raw hide 10 00 news 10 10 sports 10 20 critics Choice monday a m 6 80 into the Clown 7 00 Coffee time 7 30 a inf Donn school 8 00 Deceron bet Bride 8 30 video of l love Lucy 9 30 Clear horizons 10 00 love of life 10 30 search for tomorrow 10 45 guiding Elf it too news 11 05 4 n oon 11 30 As the world turns 12 00 full Circle 12 30 House part 1 00 the millionaire 1 30 the verdict is yours 2 00 brighter Dav 2 15 secret storm 2 30 the kit be of night 3 00 or. Hudson s secret journal 3 30 Burns amp Mien a i 00 Hai Toon Kami al 4 30 Popeye theatre 4 55 clutch cargo 5 00 the magic i and of Alaka no Kasm a Channel 9 Tel paso sunday december 18, 1960 10 30 11 00 11 30 12 00 3 00 8 30 4 00 4 30 5 00 5 30 6 00 6 30 7 00 8 00 8 30 y in adventurous Mission the school store frontiers of Faith i o football celebrity Golf Chet Huntley reporting meet the press cd people Are funny the show the american civil War National velvet the tab Hunter show tie Dinah Shore Chew show Ltd the Loretta Young show lock up Wagon train 10. I news at ten 10 10 today a weather 10 15 Channel nine news review 10 30 Channel nine movie time monday a. M. 8 30 Continental classroom 7 00 the Dave Garro was today show 7 25 Channel nine new s 7 30 the Dave Garro was today show 8 00 dough lie i 8 30 Plav your Hunch c 9 00 the Price is right i 9 30 concentration 10 00 truth or consequences 10 30 i could be you cd 10 55 Abc news Dav report 11 00 the romper room 12 00 the Jan Murray show i 12 30 the Loretta Young theater 1 00 Young doctor Malone 1 30 i rom these roots 2 00 make room for daddy 2 30 Here a Hollywood 3 h Channel nine matinee 4 30 Highway patrol 5 00 Channel nine news spotlight kelp a Channel 13 Tel paso sunday december 18, 1960 1 00 1 30 2 00 2 30 3 00 3 30 3 45 an the Bible Swers Herald of truth the big picture the air Force Story championship Bridge Light time kiddie comedy time 5 00 Rocky and his friends 5 30 Walt Disney presents 6 30 Maverick 7 30 Lawman 8.00 the rebel 8 30 the islanders 9 30 music for a Winter night in Milt omai t sunday evening theatre monday Domestic engineers 1 30 court of last resort ? re h Quot a theatre 4 00 Peoples Choice 4 30 the sheriff Cochise 5 i Abbott and it Osollo or a remodel a redecorate a rewire or make any permanent improvements around your Home with full financing up to 3 years to pay your Friendly first National Bank member of . And the Federal Reserve sys fent Quot a supporting member of the chamber of Commerce Flash Gordon Thev re All close one Namura a Efi Aik it i a it atm

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