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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS • DEATHS Ophelia Rhodes Dies At Age 75; Funeral Monday Mrs. Ophelia V. Rhodes, 75, <Hed at 2 :45 p.m. Thursday at the home of a daughter, Mrs.- Arthula Hardin, 1401 south Ninth street. Mrs. Rhodes had been a resident of Mt. Vernon for the past thirty years. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a. m. Monday at the Sliiloh Baptist church, of which she was a member, with the Rev. A. L. Dawson officiating- Burial will be in Bethel Memorial cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church where friends may call from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Rhodes was born May 10, 1888, in Sygohatchet, Ark., the daughter of Cornelius and Maiv garet Vaughan. She was married to the Rev. J. H. Rhodes, who preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Mrs. Morena Carter. Survivors include a son, the Rev. J. H. Rhodes, Jr., of Cleveland, O.; two daughters, Mrs. Willie Ann Field of Damascus. Ark., and Mrs- Arthula Hardin of this city; two brothers, Willie L. Vaughan of Wichita. Kan., and Cornelius Vaughan, Jr., of Sygo­ hatchet, Ark.; 30 grandchildren; and 35 great-grandchildren. Ruth Mobley, Former Teacher Here, Is Dead Mrs. Ruth Mobley of Abilene, Kansas, a former Jefferson county resident and school teacher, died at 9:45 p.m. Thursday in Asbury Hospital, Salina, Kansas. She was the daughter of the late W. R. and Mary Floyd of Opdyke. Mrs- Mobley is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Harold W. Beach of Abilene, Kansas; one son, Paul Mobley of Salina, Kansas; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Eva McKissack of Streetman, Texas, and Mrs. Kittie Roane of Opdyke; and two brothers, John Floyd of Paradise, Calif., and W. R. Floyd, Jr. of Leroy, 111. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, two sisters, and a son, Gale. Her son died in April this year. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m- Saturday in Abilene, Kansas. N. C. Henderson, Former Mt. V. Minister, Dies The Rev- N. C. Henderson, former minister of the Epworth Methodist church here, died Thursday evening in Lawrence- yille, 111. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2:00 p.m. at the First Methodist church in Lawrence- wile. The Rev. Mr. Henderson is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Liptman of Centralia; three sons, including the Rev. William Henderson of St. Joseph, Mo. and the Rev. Arthur Henderson of Philadelphia, Pa.; and a foster son, Clifford Fore of Springfield, former Mt- Vernon water company superintendent. Graveside Rites Here Monday For Marvin Malone Graveside services will be held In Bethel Memorial cemetery at 2:00 p-ra. next Monday for Marvin Dempsey Malone, former Mt. Vernon resident who died Tuesday in New Haven, Conn. The Rev. Howard Flota will officiate. Malone, who spent 18 years in a valiant fight against the effects of crippling polio, died at the age of 24. McRiluites At Wayne City Funeral services for Grant McRill will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Richardson Chapel in Wayne City with the Rev. Carl Tennyson officiating. Burial will be in Thomason cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Richardson Chapel where friends may call after 10:00 a.m. Saturday. Mr. McRill, 85. of 207 south Fourth street died at 12:20 p.m. Thursday following an apparent heart attack- He was bom July 17, 1878 in Wayne county, the son of Newton and Mary Ellen (Spriggs) McRill. He is survived by four daughters, Mx-s. Novella McLean and Mrs. Corine Loewenguth, both of St. Louis, Mrs. Lindell Levall and Mrs. lone Mullinax, both of this city; nine grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. Warren Crippin Of Cisne Dies FAIRFIELD, m. (AP) - Former State Rep. Warren D. Crippin died today in Fairfield Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was 73. Crippin, a mortician in nearby Cisne for 43 years, was elected to the House in 1948 as a Democrat, and served one term. He was born in Logan, Kan., and was an ordained minister. Survivors include the widow and three daughters. Funeral services are Sunday in Cisne. Detailed Weather Report MT. VERNON WEATHER Thursday high 31, low 15. Rainfall 1963 to date 33.16 inches. One year ago high 27, low 2 below zero. Five years ago high 22, low 7. Ten years ago high 41, low 27. Saturday sunrise 7:13, sunset 4:36 (C.S.T.) MARKETS Mt. Vernon Hog Market Prices were unchanged on the local livestock market today- The top was 14.00 for 190 to 220 lb. hogs. Sows were 11.50 for 300 weight down; sows 300 weight and over 11.25, down. Boars were 7.00 and S.00. ILLINOIS WEATHER CHICAGO (AP)-Subzero cold pushed into Ilinois during the night behind Wednesday's snowstorm. The Weather Bureau said today the bitter cold probably will continue at least to the middle ot next week. Vandalia's weather station reported the lowest overnight reading — nine below zero. It was one below in the extreme northwest around Dubuque, and zero at Springfield. Other minimums were mostly under 10, but the extreme cold didn't quite reach the Ohio River. Paducah's low was 27. Following today's limited warm- u, the Weather Bureau said, there'll be more widespread zero cold by Saturday morning. Forecasters said temperatures averaging 10 to 18 degrees below normal will continue through Tuesday. Another fall of snow is expected about Sunday. FIVE-DAY FORECAST Five-Day Forecasts Northern Illinois — Temperatures will average 10 to 15 degrees below normals. Normal highs, 31 to 39. Normal lows, 16 to 24. Continued cold most of the period until it warms up about Wednesday. Precipitation is expected to total one-tenth to two- tenths of an inch. Snow is likely about Sunday. Southern Illinois — Temperatures will average 10 to 18 degrees below seasonal normals. A brief warming period Sunday and again about Wednesday with well below normal temperatures prevailing otherwise. Normal higlis ,the upper 30s in the north to the mid 40s in the south. Normal lows, the low 20s in the north to the low 30s in the extreme south. Precipitation will average less than one- fourth of an inch, occurring as snow about Sunday. Mt. Vernon Grain The following prices were quoted in Mt. Vernon this afternoon: Wheat 2.09. Soybeans 2.59. Corn 1.16. State temperatures Belleville 27 Moline _ 24 Peoria -•' Quincy _ - 23 Rantoul 2-1 Rockford - '-'b Springfield 2 D Vandalia 27 East Dubuque 23 The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, clear 20 M M Albuquerque, clear _ 37 21 .... Atlanta, clear 20 -7 .15 Boise, snow 26 IS .02 Boston, snow 27 20 .61 Buffalo, snow 28 20 .08 Chicago, clear 28 9 .... Cincinnati, cloudy „_ 33 24 _.. Cleveland, cloudy _ 30 22 .... Denver, cloudy 28 0 .02 Des Moines, clear 15 -1 .... Detroit, snow 33 20 .01 Fairbanks, cloudy ._ 30 18 .06 Fort Worth, rain ..... 3S 31 T Helena, clear 22 -17 .03 Honolulu M M M Indianapolis, cloudy 29 16 .... Jacksonville, rain .... 75 57 1.30 Juneau, rain -10 .06 Kansas City, clear .... 24 15 .... Los Angeles, clear _ 62 46 Louisville, rain _ 37 28 T Memphis, cloudy 37 31 ._. Miami, clear 76 M .... Milwaukee, clear 28 5 .02 Mpls.-St.P., snow .... 14 1 .01 New Orleans, cloudy 62 M M New York, cloudy .... 36 27 .13 Okla. City, cloudy .... 30 18 _. Omaha, clear 24 -2 .... Philadelphia, cloudy 35 30 .12 Phoenix, clear 61 38 _.. Pittsburgh, cloudy .. 35 28 Ptlnd, Me., snow 19 15 _. Ptlnd, Ore., clear .... 41 25 .... Rapid City, cloudy _ 25 -3 .... Richmond, cloudy .... 47 37 .02 St. Louis, clear 25 7 .... Salt Lk. City, snow _. 21 17 T San Diego, clear . 62 43 .... San Fran., clear 51 41 .... Seattle, cloudy 40 2S .... Tampa, clear _ 75 67 _.. Washington, cloudy .. 39 33 .05 Winnipeg, snow 13 8 .11 (M—Missing) (T—Trace) DEER COMES TO TOWN PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) - Winter cent a deer scurrying through a residential area Thursday. Subzero cold froze the water In a moat surrounding the city deer park. The deer bounded across it and into a busy street. A pollc* officer lassoed the fritter, MEETINGS LETTER CARRIERS The Jefferson County Rural Letter Carriers and the auxiliary will have a potluck supper Saturday evening at 6:00 o'clock at city hall. Bread and drink will be furnished. There will be a gift exchange for both the men and women and parents are asked to bring gifts for their own children. All subs, and retired carriers and their wives are invited. THELMA GREER, Sec. (EtjriHtttutB Bmh A A Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)—(USDA)-Hogs 7,500; barrows and gilts under 240 lb about steady; weights over 240 lb not fully established; sows uneven mostly steady; 170-240 lb barrows and gilts 14.00-15.00; sows 275-600 lb 10.00-12.50. Cattle 350; calves 75; not enough of any class to fully establish market trend; choice steers 21.25; choice heifers 19.50; choice vealers 32.00. Sheep 100; fairly active; choice and prime lambs 18.7520.00; ewes 5.00-6.00. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 57%; 92 A 57%; 90 B 57; 89 C 56; care 90 B 57%; 89 C 57>4. Eggs about steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 35%; mixed 35Va; mediums 29; standards 33; dirties 29; checks 29. St. Louis Produce ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and live poultry. Eggs, consumer grades, A large 35-36, A medium 30-32, A small 24-26, B large 33-34, wholesale grades: standard 3133, unclassified 27-28, checks 2024. Hens, heavy 15-16, light over 5 lb 8-9, under 5 lb 5-7, broilers and fryers 15-17. Chicago Grain CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat sales. Corn No 2 yellow 1.22>4; No 3 yellow 1.19V4-21Vs; No 4 yellow 1.14'4-16; No 5 yellow 1.07%-U. Oats No 1 extra heavy mixed 73. Soybeans No 2 yellow 2.74M. Soybean oil 8b. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Steels, motors and rails were among gainers in a stock mai'ket advance late this afternoon. Trading was moderate. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.3 million shares compared with 4.2 million Thursday. The list was irregular until the Interstate Commerce Commission announced approval of the Atlantic Coast Line-Seaboard Air Line merger. Each stock spurted about 2 points, holding a gain of about a point each in later dealings. Improvement spread to other sections of the list. Hiram Walker spurted about 2 points on news of a 2-for-l stock split proposal. Radio Corp. advanced more than a point following a report of booming television set sales. Gains of a point or better were made by Chrysler, IBM, Xerox, Consolidated Natural Gas, Anaconda and American Smelting. American Machine Foundry continued active and fractionally higher. Fairbanks Whitney was fractionally higher and active. Prices were irregularly higher in moderate trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. government bonds were firm. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1963 MAYOR JOHN J. MAJNION of Mount Vernon receives mayor's gavel of recognition from SIU President Delyte W. Morris during tenth anniversary celebration of SIU's Community Development Service at Carbondale Dec. 8. Video tape excerpts from the 10th anniversary Com. munlty Development Salute to the Southern Illinois area will be telecast Tuesday, December 17 at 8:80 p.m. on Chnnnel 8. The dinner ceremony was held Sun day, December 8th at the University Center Ballroom at which time 49 Southern Illinois communities received commemorative plaques and 47 mayors from the nrea received gavels in recognition of efforts to Improve the communities of the Southern Illinois region. NEW YORK (AP) - Dow Jones noon stock averages: 30 Indus 760.17 up 2.74 20 Rails 178.22 up 0.57 15 Utils 137.83 up 0.14 65 Stocks 267.12 up 0.80 New Tiros To Speed Up Sky Photos By HOWARD BENEDICT A.P. Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY. Fla. (AP) — The United States man - iti- spacc program has received a boost with the successful flight of a Titan 2 rocket and a setback with the postponement of the first two-stage launching of the Saturn 1. U.S. officials believe the Saturn 1 is the world's most powerful booster. Meanwhile, the unmanned satellite program moved ahead with a space agency announcement today that it will attempt next Tuesday to orbit on improved Tiros 8 weather observatory capable of delivering "instant pictures" of cloud cover to more than 50 stations around the globe. The Titan 2 rumbled 5,800 miles Thursday on a military test flight and proved its basic soundness for its assignment as the booster for the two-man De- mini spacecraft. The first unmanned Gemini flight is scheduled in March, with the initial two-man orbital mission set for late next year. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration a n- nounced Thursday that the first two-stage Saturn 1 launching, which had been slated for Tuesday, had been postponed until at least late January because cracks were discovered in fittings which hold segments of pneumatic lines together in the first stages The flight already had been delayed four months because of problems associated with developing the second stage, which burns high-energy liquid hydrogen fuel. The latest delay probably will scramble the already crowded 1961 Saturn 1 schedule, which lists six launchings, including the first efforts to orbit mockup models of the Apollo man-to-the- moon ship. U.S. experts believe Saturn 1, with its 1.5-million-pound booster thrust and hydrogen upper stage, will give this nation the most powerful rocket in the world. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Connaway of Puerto Rico are the parents of a son born in a hospital there yesterday, December 12. He weighed seven pounds 15 ounces and has been named Harold P.ay. The father is stationed there with the U.S. Navy. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Connaway of Dix and Mr. and Mrs. Berthyl Austin of Texico. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fdman of Pekin are the parents of a daughter born yesterday in a hospital in that city. She weighed seven pounds five ounces and has been named Donna Marie. The mother is the former Mary Helen Young. Mrs. Ilif Young of this city is the grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Minfred Smith of Wayne City are the parents of a daughter born at 7:08 o'clock last night in Jefferson Memorial hospital. She weighed seven pounds eight ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gordon of 1513 south Ninth street are the parents of a daughter born at 4:49 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Good Samaritan hospital. She weighed six pounds eight ounces and has been named Sandra. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webb of 421 Bell are the parents of a son born at 1:43 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Good Samaritan hospital. He weighed seven pounds six ounces and has been named Karl Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Graham, 302 Grace Avenue, Rock Falls, 111., are the parents of a son born at 2.15 a. m., December 12, at the Community General Hospital in Sterling, 111. He weighed ten pounds and has been named Dillon Arthur. The Grahams are former residents of Woodlawn. 111. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MacMillon of Woodlawn. 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graham of Walnut Ridge, Ark. The number of locks on it doesn't give you a tip on the value of the contents of a girl's head. FBI LISTS SINATRA RANSOM BILL NUMBERS (Continued From Page One) When snow comes, men, don't shovel it when you really haven't the heart to do it. Fight Tuberculosis and Other Respiratory Diseases SIGN UP TO DONATE BLOOD TODAY the ransom money was dropped \ at the pickup point. 1 While die FBI would not discuss the raid in Canoga Park, newsmen picked up scraps of information from others in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Belford, owners of the raided home, said they rented the place Nov. 14 to a man who identified himself as Frank Long. Mrs. Belford said the man was about 30 years old, about 5 feet 9, slight of build, light complexion, and blond. She said she saw him only once, when he rented the house. Neighbors said he was seen in the area as late as Tuesday. The neighborhood postman, Cletus Scollon, said he delivered no mail to the most recent occupant of the home until Wednesday, when he left a package. He said the package was not in the mail receptacle when he made his rounds Thursday. He couldn't remember the name on the package. Devoted To Children Mrs. Oswald Eager To Cut Russian Ties By .TAMES MAXGAN Associated Press Staff Writer DALLAS (AP) — She is a somewhat bewildered young woman, remorseful over the tragic slaying of President Kennedy, but gallant In her resolve to create a future for her children in America, and bear whatever burden is her lot. That picture of Mrs. Marina Oswald emerges from interviews with persons in close contact with her since she was widowed Nov. 24. Her husband, Lee Harvey Oswald, was slain before he could be brought to trial as the accused assassin of the President. Marina, 22, a native of Russia who has been in the United States less than two years, was immediately sealed off by the Secret Service. The blonde widow appeared stunned by the collapse of her quiet life in the Dallas suburb of Irving. Now, almost thrc /eeks later, she still has noi given way to any overt emotional reaction, her advisers say. She seldom talks about her husband, but appears to feel his apparent guilt also is here. Her children are her life. She is described as completely devoted to the two girls—June, 2, and Rachel, 7 weeks. The family is living at an undisclosed location in the suburban Dallas area under a protective Secret Service guard. This week she was sent to Parkland Hospital — the hospital where both the President arid her husband died—to get a postnatal six-week checkup. She was pronounced in excellent health. She is free to go anywhere, but always is accompanied by two agents. She has paid two brief visits to her husband's grave in a Fort Worth cemetery, bringing flowers each time. She prefers to remain Indoors. She spends a lot of time sewing, altering some of the clothing donated to her and the children. She is said to be extremely eager to cast off her Russian ties, and wants to learn to read, write and speak good English. The outpouring of money and sympathy from the United States and the rest of the world has overwhelmed her. So far, she has received more than 1,000 letters, along with donations that have passed the §12,000 mark. WILL PRESIDE judge Joe B. Brown, above, of tho Criminal District Court In Dallas, will preside over tho murder trial of Jack Ruby, charged with killing accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, The trial gets under wny In February. (AP Wlre- photo) Hank Aaron Is Slugging King CINCINNATI (AP) - Hank Aaron, Milwaukee's hard-hitting outfielder, ended Frank Robinson's three-year reign as National League slugging champion by capturing the 1963 title with a .586 average, the final official averages showed today. Aaron, who won the crown In 1959, had 29 doubles, 4 triples, and 44 homers among 201 hits last season. Robinson, the winner in 1960, '61 and '62, was far down the list in 1963 with a .442 mark. The Cincinnati outfielder accumulated 213 total bases in 482 times at bat. Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants, a three-time slugging champion, was second last season with a .582 average. Slugging averages are computed by adding the total bases accumulated on all hits and dividing the total by the number of official times at bat. Petersen Classic To Run 212 Days CHICAGO (AP) — Bowling's biggest and richest marathon— the 54th annual Petersen Eight- Game Classic — will open Saturday and continue for 212 days. Cash distribution will total $411,008 with a first prize of 30,100. With all the side prizes, it is possible for a top bowler to win as much as $45,000. Taking their turns at the firing line during the 212 days will be 15,SOS men and women from 47 states, including Alaska and Hawaii, and the District of Columbia, plus entries from Mexico. WORCESTER, Mass. - Billy (The Kid) Anderson vs. Billy Bachus bout postponed to next Thursday, snow. MOUNT VERNON COMMUNITY-COLLEGE CHORUS CH Rl STM AS PROGRAM 8:15 P. M. Monday, December 16,1963 (1st PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH) (Featuring Local Soloist* - COMMUNICETTES) for a lifetime of proud possession n OMEGA wee THE PEERLESS 3CCUISCy of Omega has won for it an international reputation as "the watchmakers' watch.'* Holder of high observatory awards... official timepiece of Olympic Games (Rome I960)... a gift of incomparable distinction. Please cut out- and fill in blanks in full, send to CHAMBER OF COMMERCE lid K. 9th St., Mt. Vernon, By Doc. 17th CHRISTMAS BASKETS Name: Mr. and /or Mrs Address If No Street Address Give Full Directions Veteran: Yes ( ) No ( ) No. of Children „ Girls: (Give Ages) Boys: (Give Ages) Reference Address and Phone . Mature Parents Neatness Is Not Order By Mrs. Muriel Lawrence Dear Mrs. Lawrence: You recently wrote that parents .should recognize the difference 1 vc-iween neatness and order in ' dealing with children's untidiness. Please write more about this. I was brought up to believe that neatness and order are the same thing and the idea that they are not is quite new to me . . . ANSWER: Let me put It this way. Order In us can discriminate between the Importance of things and the Importance of human feelings. Neatness can't It Is inflexibly set on the Importance of things. A neat person will experience discomfort at the litter of Sunday papers on her living room floor. She cannot ask herself, "Is my desire for a tidy living room as important as my husband's interest in the sports news and my son's delight in the comic section?" She cannot answer, "No, it isn't." She is just as disinterested in her own feelings. Though she may be suffering from a bad cold, untidiness in the bathroom will haunt her until she goes and cleans It. Things are disconnected from what people feel about them. They must be given priority regardless of what they mean to human beings. An orderly person likes things in their place, too. She likes bathroom towels hung on their racks and coats hung in their closets just as much as the neat person does. But if she feels slek with an approaching cold, she can give top priority to her sick feeling — and forget her untidy bathroom. If her child leaves n coat on the sofa instead of hanging it in the closet, order — the sense of discrimination — in her doesnt have to rush at the child with complaints of untidiness. It can wait to loam why the coat has been left on the sofa. Neatness is what psychologists call "compulsive" — a rigid tidiness we must maintain regardless of changing human circumstances. Order, on the other hand, always involves the willingness to move with changing human circumstances. It's what enables us to see the difference between cleaning a bathroom when we feel well and when we feel sick; to understand how a coat can be hung in the closet on Tuesday and left on the sofa on Wednesday. Order is a beautiful human quality because it is responsive, not to what existed yesterday but what exists today. Hospital Notes Jefferson Memorial Admitted: Peggy Smith of Wayne City. Discharged: John Sledge. Good SumarKan Admitted: Goldia Mae Beckham; Samuel Reynolds; Pearl T Eaton: Sarah Lucinda Shelton. Discharged: David Joel Edwards; Loris Virginia Firebaugh; i Franklin David Knight; Madge | On Morals Charge Argentina Asks Peron Extradition By HAROLD K. MILKS MADRID (AP) — The Argentine government has asked Spain to extradite Juan D. Peron to face a 7&-year-old charge of seducing the janitor's teenage daughter who solaced his last two years as Argentina's dictator. Tho 68-year-old former strongman, who recently moved into a luxurious Madrid residence with the former secretary he married after his overthrow in September 1955, was not available for comment But a member of his staff said: "This Is an old matter which has been brought up from time to rime. It Is absurd." Argentine Ambassador Gen. Julio A. Lagos delivered the extradition petition to the Spanish Foreign Ministry Thursday. A ministry source said the petition would be referred first to the Justice Ministry and then to a Spanish judge for recommendations, then Generalissimo Franco's Cabinet will make the final decision. Spanish Foreign Olfce sources said there was no necessity to detain Peron in the meantime. In July 1956, the military government which took over alter Peron's overthrow charged Peron with statutory rape based on his relationship with Nelida (Nelly) Rivas. She had become his mistress in 1953, when she was 14, a few months alter the death of his politically powerful wife Evira. Peron has been living in Spain since 1960. He still has a large following in Argentina, particularly among the laboring class. Gets Probation In Morals Case Dewey A. Clark, 63, of Centralia, pleaded guilty in circuit court here yesterday to a charge of taking indecent liberties with a child. County Judge Alvin Lacy Williams, who presided over the circuit court session, put Clark on probation for five years. Mt.V. Man Gets Along Wei I After Heart Surgery A Mt. Vernon man who submitted to open heart surgery at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis Wednesday was reported as gettine: along well this morning. Bill Shnne, 30, Route 7, submitted to surgery for repair of a hole in his heart. Relatives said today that Mr. Shane came through the operation well and that, although he is getting along well, he is not out of danger. Latin Punchers In TV Feature By MURRAY ROSE Assoelateil Tress Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Rocky Rivero and Florentino Fernandez, a couple of Latin - American middleweights who are able exponents of the art of blocking punches with their heads, clash in a return television fight at Madison Square Garden tonight. Rivera, a chubby Argentina with a jaw of steel, whipped the tall, bull-shouldered Cuban exile in their first meeting at the Garden on Nov. 1. Rocky was a 4-1 underdog that night and he's rated below Fernandez for the second fight but at lesser 8-5 odds. The 21-year-old Buenos Aire* belter and the 28-year-old Fernandez, now a Miami Beach resident, traded punches for the full 10 rounds in their first war at the Garden. Rivera has a 40-8-1 record, including 36 knockouts. Fernandez' record is 36-7, including 30 knockouts. The 10-roundcr will be telecast nationally by ABC-TV. Starting time is 10 p.m., EST. Q SUPPORT YOUR RED CROSS BLOOD PROGRAM Good things happen when you give $79.50 14K &old-fltl«d Jeweler *4 JACKSON'S OFFER YOU: • Guaranteed Satisfaction • Free Gift Wrapping • Greater Selection • Everyday low Prices • Credit Terms • Greater Service M. E. JACKSON Southern SOUTH SIDE SQUARE linoi*' Leading Jeweler for Over 43 Years. Better Than New $1295 At $1205 our special today Is a better buy than any new car. It's a beautiful 1D61 Comet custom 4 door sedan with low mileage and automatic drive. A Mt Vernon lady has driven this car Just to do her shopping in. Now, because of the model, and not the wear, we are offering this popular car at Just half new car price. Lyl. Wood W-G MOTORS Phone 242-6430 FOLLOW THE RED AND GREEN FOOT STEPS To Your Favorite KING CITY RETAILER STORE Register At Any King City Retailer Stor* WIN $200.00 IN MERCHANDISE Nothing To Buy -— No Obligation To Be Awarded Saturday, Dec. 21 OPEN TONIGHT AND EVERY MONDAY NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS UNTIL 8:00 P.M.

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