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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - December 8, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaSouthern California s famous Avenue of fashions in Pasadena a gift to be also at Phelps Terkel the in Between coat dazzling Sapphire Ballerina ring in Between weather is what California has the most of. Wrinkle resistant and water repellent this 100% Wool Jersey packs easily and its classic styling can turn a Basic dress into a smart costume or a casual Topping for desert Silks. Choose Block Kelly Green Tan Blue red or beige. Sizes 8 to 16. Solo Stone encircled by tapered Baguette diamonds Platinum set two thousand nine Hundred fifty dollars Federal tax included. Sketched larger. A Mink stole from Harry Cooper the most exciting gift of All a Mink stole from the magnificent Harry Cooper collection. Modestly priced. Re Howes and son in Phelps Terkel Youit in Orting dec. Ullh to through Friday Ullh chef Flat 505 so. Lake ave. 3150 , Cerim new at Home. 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Gifts gifts Small gifts that Are sure to please them All. Shown Are 4 always acceptable from Hoggins present shop. Merchandise orders when in doubt. Boot Valet of Choat. Pic t. 1ui l memories of Japan s sneak attack retold , recall reactions on Day of infamy Tow aug crud Prew. The memory of that Day should serve us presi Dent Kennedy said yesterday on the 20th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As the president addressed the of Lucio convention Miami fla., the recollection of Many americans drifted Back a fifth of a Century to their nation s first taste of world War ii. Their mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt she was in the White House Pearl Harbor recalled on ship Tomb Pearl Harbor the watery Tomb which was the scene of Japan s sneak attack on Pearl Harbor 20. Years ago the commander of the a s. Pacific Fleet warned America yesterday to keep Strong against hostile John h. Sides spoke to a group huddled above the sunken Hulk of the battleship called on the nation to be defend the Freedom for which these men fought and his Rostrum was a platform astride the grave of men burned to death or drowned in the first few minutes of the attack a generation ago. The ceremony marked the anniversary of the attack. The usually bustling Harbor was still As. The Clear Strong tones of a Navy Bugle sounded colors at instant when the first bomb fell on the Harbor. A procession dignitaries mounted the Walkway to the Arizona s platform beside Ford Island in the Middle of the Harbor. In this missile and Thermo nuclear age it would be fool Jhardy indeed to assume that Surprise attack will never be a said . Sides. The lessons Learned Are re corded in blood. Hostile forces Are con stantly at work probing our strength and testing Bur re Outlook is the same foreseeable future. We must be prepared to meet the i memorial tribute were military leaders congressmen and representatives of veterans organizations including 108 Pearl Harbor train survivors from new eng land. Sixty Gold Star mothers Many of whose sons died on tie Arizona also were Here. The ceremony was signalled by Carillon Chimes from Ford Island followed by the bugler s Call to colors. The Flag was run up the Arizona Flag pole As it is each Day. The Arizona is entitled to Fly the Flag because of its unique position As the Only ship in the Navy still commissioned. She is regarded As of the Fleet be cause her Crew is still aboard . Issues guide to Aid on shelters Washington the Federal Trade commission Etc issued a 15-Point guide yesterday to protect Consumers against useless fallout shelters misleading shelter ads and scare tactics by Shel Ter salesmen. The commission renewed a warning that it would take action against shelter advertisers within its jurisdiction who failed to follow the guide. Other complaints would be referred to state and local authorities it said. Etc chairman Paul Rand Dixon said the guide was de signed to halt or forestall any improper shelter Advertis ing. The guide also will pro vide the Public with a better understanding of the meaning of fallout shelter he said. The guide based on minimum requirements for three types of outs blast resistant and limited blast resistant set Down by the defense civil defense of fice. Use of such terms blast were s p e c 1 f i c a 11 y banned by the guide presumably because the Etc Felt no private shelter could provide full. Protection against a nuclear a fallout shelter was defined As a Structure which provides Protection against fallout Gamma radiation by a Factor of at least 100 when properly in stalled. This Means tested person would receive 100 radiation than a person in such a shelter the Etc said. When Tuhtar told her of the Al tactic jut i to to Frai Auto. He was very but m who very chiefly inter of tit la what in we to Watt the had he Lud hoped we would Moi be enlaces in a two trait now to George e. Elliott jr., of Long Branch n.j., then a Young Soldier on Oahu in the hawaiian islands we were supposed to shut the radar set Down at 7 that morning. I asked our Section chief if i could keep the set shortly after 7 . He and him immediate Superior also a private picked up a plot of incoming air planes. They Tele phoned it. Shatter near Pearl Harbor but an officer believed it was a flight of . Bombers from san Francisco. Elliott that like every other american at that time and that goes for military and civilian we never dreamed that the japanese would Kermit a. Tyler the officer the radar operators telephoned and now a retired lieutenant colonel studying business at san Diego College Calif shortly after 7 o clock in the morning i was alone on duty with a Telephone operator. A few minutes later we got a Call from the radar station named Opana. The operator there said he had picket up a Large plot North of Oahu. He said something to the effect it s the biggest i be seen i paused thought about it Ihen told him a Raj rat or something like that. My re action was that because of its size it must be the night of b17.s from san Francisco. A few minutes later i stepped outside. I saw what i thought was antiaircraft prac Tice bursts West of Pearl Harbor. I watched these for about four or five minutes when the Telephone operator called to me and said Wheeler Field was under John Matheson then a Young Sailor on the battleship West Virginia at Pearl Harbor and now City editor of the Sault Ste. Marie Mich. Evening news suddenly an alarm. I was about to Dart out onto the open deck when mate turned around. That wild look in his eyes told me this was War before he passed the word that the japanese were attacking. The order to abandon ship came shortly Sharp drop in jobless figure told Washington the nation s nagging unemployment problem improved for the first time in a year last month when the seasonally adjusted jobless rate dropped sharply the labor department announced yesterday. I expressing administration i elation president Kennedy re ported the figures to the Al Cio convention in Miami a few hours before the depart ment announced the unemployment rate drop Here. And we re going to get it Down he told the cheering meeting. The department s manpower expert Raymond d. Larson predicted that the rate would go Down moderately in the the number of americans holding at j million Lait month record i for november but Lees than in october. The seasonally adjusted jobless rate dropped from 6.8 per cent in october to 6.1 per cent in november meaning that 61 persons in every in the working Force were looking for a Job. The rate had not dropped below 6.8 per cent in almost a year. While the rate improved the actual number of persons out of work increased from 3.9 million in october to about 4 million last month. The adjusted jobless rate takes into account seasonal layoffs of Farmers construction workers and others it declined because the increase in the number of unemployed was smaller than Normal. In other words if unemployment had increased by Trie Normal in no vember the and jotted rate would have remained at .6.8 per cent. In Stead the number of Job Lew workers increased by less than Larson cited r Nunier of factors for the improvement in the Job picture including Good weather which allowed the construction Industry to continue outdoor work at a High rats

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