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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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89th Year, No. 126 GAINESVillE FLA., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE lie
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I II Allies Don't Want Johnson to Rock -D-----1 I I


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Neat Vark {fftmr Impression one gets after a and the new governments In always been against any opposition they are reasonably satisfied i Involved, there is now a mark. mental nature and new leaders, j I t

BY JAMES RESTON long journey through western London and Moscow have had to Communist aggressionand with things as they now are In ed similarity In Washington, untried In the complex field ot
and southern Europe to Moscow time to study the possible con- London, Paris and Moscow: foreign relations, have suddenlycome
MOSCOW any el/fort to strengthen and the Alliance. But It Is clear that Is
President John- the best Informed officialsIn together The problem
London, Paris and M o s- sequences of these proposals unify the Western Alliance. there are major Internal differences even
son li now up against the one cow disagree on many things, All this has been obvious for In most of the western all four places do not pretend not only that their Interests are
thing he has always tried to but for different reasons and Indifferent some time, but it is Importantto The NATO Allies are against capitals on other grounds to know what their lead different and that they do not
avoid throughout degrees, they appearto try to analyze why. these W. shington proposals fora ers will do about the major International know one another, but that they
his political agree on the following: Moscow is against these variety of reasons, perhaps In the first place despite all problems of the day. have not yet had time to reach
career: on the AnalysisHiat : things mainly because It hat the main one of which Is that the conflicting national Interests Old Issues of the most funds (See AII1FS on Page I)
They are against expanding -
questions of ex- \ The
d I the war in Viet Nam
n the
pan g Newswar .
in VietNam ;Mean They are against the United A NEAR MISS
and pressing States proposal for the creation -
for a quick of an Allied fleet of 25
decision on the surface ships armed with nuclear
formation of an integrated nu- weapons and manned by
clear force in the North Atlantic an Allied crew under U.S, leadership -

Treaty Organization, he faces Mars Rocket Ties to Star
the of both his
prospect uniting They are against any U.S.
friends and his opponents effort to force a decision on

against him. these questions before the new

This, at least, Is the main administration in Washing ton t -


'!'FA.alp'1.. ,." .'. ;..; Put On China to Color UN SessionUNITED I

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."',- .... 0" .
NATIONS, N.Y. UN. debates on disarmamentand
..tCo.reclROII.le (AP) The specter of Red China In the UN.-sponsored Disarmament -
bulks big over the U.N, Gen Soviet RejectsU Committee of II. '_
eral Assembly opening Tuesday This argument has been add.
Ttmnt I'laftBW.ETiNI
ed to the previous contention
Communist China's new roleas
that a nation of (50 million or
a nuclear power, the questionof of the
more one-quarter
Its to China's seat In the
right
UNITED NATIONS NY.
world's population must U
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) assembly and to the Security. (API-Tit) Soviet Union today heard In U.N, dlscuislonsSecretaryCentral .
Mariner 4 finally Council veto, Its threat of domination formula
Spacecraft rejected I comprlmlM U Thani
found Its guiding star today, and In Southeast Asia, Its Infiltration put forward by Secretary-Gen has used those argument. Britain
scientists' said it was using the In Europe, Africa, the eral U Thant In the hope of has voted for Red Chinas

3. fit star to speed on toward an ap- Middle East and Latin America avoiding a U.-Soviet confront- seating France this year recognized ;
with Mara all these things will color the alios U.N.
A pointment on financing the Peking governmentand
Y debates of the 115 nations almost
i n I Officials at Jet Propulsion Is expected to swing strong, {(.
from the opening through
Laboratory in Pasadena said ly In favor of a move by seven
A 15 weeks until the scheduled end
that the second radio commandsent been thrust back year after nations to make the setting
March I.Nationalist.
to the craft today resultedin year with the slogan that It question a major Issue for debate
its finding Canopus the China, with strong must not be allowed to shoot Its In the full asiembly.

bright orbit needs to hold it on US support, has managed to way into the United Nations, Cambodia, Indonesia, Mall,
line through a 7Mt. -month, 325- hold the China seat despite a This year It his a nuclear Congo Brazzaville, Mall, Guinea
million-mile voyage. mounting demand for Red China weapon, the device It exploded and Albania are sparking the
A first command sent at 111: representation over the early this fall, and III supporters new drive to seat the Communists
a.m. made the craft lock on an years. art saying no universal dis- .
object which data later revealed Condemned for the part It armament program can be effective The United Stales itlll voices
was not Canopus, scientists reported played against U.N. forces In unless the Chinese Com- confidence It can hud off the

A. the Korean War, Red China has munista art represented In the (See UN en Page tRusk >
The second command was
sent at 2 57 a.m., starting the '

craft rolling over in space,
scanning the heavens for Cano- Gromyko to Meet

\ pun Three minutes later it 'I
locked on a star
Scientist/ said the data it then

/radioed back was analyxed, Ou UN Financing Issue
f
CAP Wlnphoto t. oe. Sun proving It locked on/ Canopus
other star
and not
some
'
Sir Winston and His Lady They said two sensor are UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. sembly, until III Christmas r..- year because the has refused to
I, carried on the craft When one (AP) Secretary of State Dean tens, confine Itself to matters on pay her share of the Conga
Sir Winston Churchill glands with his wife, Lady Churchill at the window of their of them is locked on Canopus, Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister which there l la unanimous peacekeeping operation. There
Hyde Park Gate home in London Sunday in response to cheers of crowd outside the other should be pointed toward Andrei A. Gromyko had a agreement Thus there would' be was speculation that she would
gathered to honor him In advance of hla 90th birthday today. Story on page 6. earth. They said Information luncheon date today which l no roll-call votes on which the try to force the Issue now to I
received from the earth might or might not be the Soviet vote could be challenged that the first fight would come
senior indicated that It was Indeed turning point In the crisis over Meanwhile, negotiations could over |the Soviet' delinquency

City Fathers 15 Duval Schools! At the pointing time Mariner toward earth.locked on financing the United Nations be held financial In in deadlock.effort] to resolvethe rather than hers ,

Canopus It was :359850 miles US diplomats guessed that Diplomatic socrces said Rusk and chief US. delegate

Face Varied from earth and was traveling at Cromyko, In his first appearance Francs might scuttle the deal Adlil E, Stevenson underlined
Are Disaccreditvd d 7,400 miles' an hour, scientists here since the new regime France fills more than two the U.S. sirens on the money
said.The took over In Moscow, would years behind In her dues next !Issue Sunday night/ ss Rusk arrived I
Items first try early Sunday agree to financial: discussions from Washington Ruxk
TodayAn tailed. rather than force showdown at said the United Nations now I
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (API-The) tion to review the d1saccr dita- Twice In the first j day's the opening of the General Assembly's fairs "cormlllullonal questions
"assorted Items" agenda Southern Association of collegesand / tlon Tuesday. search It fixed on stars It 1M4! session Tuesday, WIIKHK which gti to the very heart of
fates the Gainesville City Com- Schools has disaccredlted With lack of mone y, the asso- thought were Canopus Each But suspense remained high TO FIND IT the organization" Stevenson
mission tonight. 15 public high schools In Duval (See Dl'VAL on Psge ZI( time It had hitched Itself onto for even with a "y,," from Gro termed the forthcoming session

The topics set for discussion with County inadequate, charging financial the county the wrong star. myko, the precarious gentle Comics . . 12 ""rillcll,"
Include bids on the N. W 13th sup Mariner needs the fix to keepIt man's agreement proposed by Clesiffiod IMSEntertainment Rusk Invlud Cromyko to his
Street fire station a resolution port.The F211) SKI ipriNt flying through space without Secretary General U Thanl 11 hotel suite for an extended
proposing a joint city countytax decision, taken Sunday CC S LEFT tumbling Into positions where. could collapse because of objections Obituerle 11Opinion 'working luncheon": with top
assessing and collecting I night at the opening of the association's its radio equipment won't function by other U.N, members ".. 4 aides from both nations. Vsr.

annual meeting, will properly.It Immediately at Issue la application Stertt 9,10 teas Ea t-Wist topics were up
inquiring apeclallegl.
program be appealed, according to Du also needs the fix on Cans Women's 7 for discussion, but U.N. financing
and home of the U.N. Charter's Ar. .
lation, a occupations
val County School l'f
Superintendent : for i crucial midcourse maheaver.
put which No. 1.
was
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ordinance. Ish Brant. It was the first tide says any member -
than behindIn
time the association more two years
disaccred-
When mariner wall rocketedInto
The proposed housing code, Its dues shall have no vote In
lied so many schools In one : from
orbit laturday Cape
still about two thirds unstudiedby the General! Assembly,
the commission, Is on the system."I CHRISTMAS S6! US Ijtit, 1) mi Kennedy, Fla., It was aimed Because the Russians have I

unfinished business list regret the action and I'm Older IESPIM TORY DISEASE on a course" which would take refused to pay for U.N. peacekeeping .
it .month, J2J-mlllUm- R
sure I Interested community on a ip
Commissioners also Indicatedat costs, they have now .
.
groups preceded the decision of jlet mile Journey to within perhaps .. .'-
an Informal meeting Friday jolt fallen more than two years In .
the central! reviewing committee 130.000 miles of Mars. '
would discuss The United Stales
that they preliminary arrears. says t I
For Mariner's key aislgnment
site plans for city halt tonight which upheld the reconv the United! Nations ,,1111 lose Hi 'Ii
Acceptance of the first dation of its Florida accreditation taking television pictures to basic constitutional and flnan" t Ii : +s I
o unravel! tome of the red-bued
property deed for city hall land committee. tr7 planet many secrets the clal Integrity If the rule li nut ass )
from Baird Hardware Co. is Included Brant'wllJ ask the school: del. CMutfaat (fatting applied !
In transactions tonight egate assembly of the a ocla- See MIR3 en Page }) Thant proposed that the. as t1

from the city attorney.

pm.The at commission the Utilities meet Operations a 730; New Buddhist, Riot Crushed u Y r t I Ij

Center, 555 SE 5tl Ave.

I1

Bryant To SAIGON, South Viet Nam dhist der aonatration against his oration against unified Buddhicm. youth, shoved the boy's family j
(API Premier Tran Van nonth-oj d government ." Into the vehicle and escorted
Huong appealed Sunday night them to the cemetery. \ 1I
Pick Regents for public support after paratroopers fluent: In a broadcast called! About IjMt armed paratroopers Some oflie demonstrators I Id
clashed villa about 0-
crushed another Bud- oaths people to help put down were! bloodied but none was se.rnualy I
demonstrator who had gait.Bred :
which he
demonstration
street '
Injured. Young girl
....
for the lurvral
-
Bd AloneMIAMI said WIre Inspired by the Communtos. prorestienof beat and clawed the soldiers
,
the Buddhist youth re
He said bit
government but he mob was swiftly dU-
Buddhists claimed the Le
youth,
(API GOT. Farris 'would not permit Communist penned after! the paratrooper
Van Kgoc, U, stool
WM by
wits the tj oublemaken to to
Bryant says he name operate marched off with the hearse,
.
troop who broke an carder
w up .
new Board of Regents withoutthe Saigoj.Blig. anticoverament demonstration. The government had given
help of Gov-elect Haydon permiMina for the funeral but
.
Gen. Hum Van Dong
Fighting broke out after the
Burns, the Herald said today stipulated that any M march
Sail( !m i military governor.charged ,
The law provides !the nine demonstrator prow.lf4lie ers could take pert and that the
v to a communique that seixure of t truck to the
the fniversity proces follow t route avoiding
board replacing procession
!man the Viet Cong definitely had
\ Board of Control be doe The army said it carried downtown Saigon. The i
bef a Involved Sunday to the fund 1
named by the governor to office r knives* clubs and grenades TU proreaton however, started out k. i. __
il I pracesaJoo for a Buddhist
Jan. .. 196 S. Burns take office yi nth that turned tale an tntWg vehicle's. occupant were erredtd with J.WO marchers and at one IU Win*** M t. Sw

Jan. S.Bryant- wnroeot dcnvtnttrstkm. polk pawl veered toward downtown
said be asked Burns arrested and- After fte demonstrator '" Saigon.OHiciait. Finn Hold on Things!

to assist him to help Burnt-be a aid* one of then had person Vkt Cal found to teed orders to disperse, + blamed Viet Cong .
a good governor" Accordingly, I t omeeUon dw paratroopers arrived agents lor sending an empty Vietnam paratrooper ba* young demonstrator ender
wanted to select weti mat would swinging rifle hunt, They fired I bcomottve rotting kilo bigm control! after arresting him in Saigon yesterday. Paratrooper .
be compatible wia him." Bryant The Buddhist hierarchy, oho two shots<< hats die u, sUrtog main station early today. It were tailed upon by Premier TIM VAA
reportedly ta-i: adduig "I have vowed to bring dowaHuang's bonct drawing the heane. crashed into a railroad t., IfwMig U crush another liuddhbt demoMtralloaafaia '

sought his tdtice There .hat government, efcarpd The peratrooper heat tame killed live persona wailing to *! hi* month-old rfUne. lists time demoMlratloo.WM .
never been any f.(-tioD as that the genrnmtnt s snow el II manner* off the heane. to- the station and injured 11 ether triggered .by foneral for the victim of the hut
eta would name dd i board." IIIO.NG I force aoMuuUd la direct prow chiding (be father of tile dead *. Duddhlnt riot. Additional pic tare on Page I.


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Fumnl orrtngemenli, whit .. *a will M
From Page 1 M Milt. p-
Leona Grimes Miami -
and Mrs.
C. G. FREYERMUTH:
elation said the schools could! ; four brothers Clyde Brown

not provide adequate educationor 1 NEWBERRY Cecil Guy Ne berry: Leonard Brown,

I enough teachers. The central I O Freyermuth, 58, died Saturday Brooksville; Earl Durden and

'reviewing committee contended 10O night at Alachua General Hospital Henry Durdcn both of Ocala,

Inadequacies In: after an extended illness and eight grandchildren.JOHN .

-MaIntenance and custodialcare SO 30 He was a lifetime Alac h u a SAUNDERSEARLETON

of the buildings, which I II ; Rain county resident and was a retired John Let

listed as "seriously Inadequate." farmer. He was a memo, Saunders, J3, died this morningin
40 5h.w.rsSO
-Textbooks and other instructional j1 ber of Union Baptist Church. Wllliston after an extend
materials. tn.w pA
-Library space and laboratory Survivors include his widow 1 ,, Illness
ilxt A native of Moneta, Va., he
facilities. flurries E. Freyermuth;
Mrs. Annie
6 Seabo d Air Line
rv Brant told the committee that Until Toesdey IM.rsleg l two daughters Mrs. B. J. was I retired and/
t Railroad engineer was a
many of these conditions have Pierce and Mrs. S. 0. Pattison,,
lilt Flgwrai Show few Temp.raYrs Ixs* been Improved. both of Newberry; a sen,
member of the
dent. He was a
Officials said the decision I.retad Po i teliae Net tedio.d-Caesvlt tale) /erspeae James Miami; two sisters, Church and the Brother.

would pose difficulty to ..ludenta' Mrs. Lallie Holt. Newberry: Baptist Trainmen.
hood of Railway!
admission .
to colleges !
and some WEATIIER FORECAST w- Snow Is expected from the northern Rockies to Survivors Include six daughters
universities since
the northern Plains and in the lower Lakes Monday night and rain In the Pacific Mrs G. L. Lester, Gaines
high-school academic record In Man Slain
the 15 high schools not be northwest It will be cooler from the southern Plains and upper and mid ville; .Mrs. Tom Calvin Titus-

considered indication may 01 die Mississippi valley to the Atlantic coast Milder temperatures are expected ville; Mrs. Lonnie Stevens,
an
from the northern and central Jacksonville Mrs. E. L. York
Plains to the Rockies. In OvcrCigarcUe ; ,
college potential.
Fight
Claarwater; Mrs. W. A. LaGrange -

Weather RoundupZONES Samoset; and Mrs .
More About IntcrlachcnGelling Maxey Phillips Charleston,

S. C.; two brothers, Fred Saundm .

Morsels, Va.; and Oscar
New WILLISTON An argumentover
UN Saunders, Roanoke Va.; a sister

a cigarette cost Wllliston Mrs. Lassie Watson, Bed

Fire Truck I Negro Nathaniel Joiner his life ford Va.; and 1J grandchildrenand

From Page 1 yesterday. 10 great grandchildren.

INTERLACHEfJ The City BCD Hard freeze warnIng Reports indicate Joiner I 23,
|A> Wlripftolo lo mo Sun) drive, but UN. diplomats feel More About
of Interlachen goes modern In top 1 g h t. Clearing and asked another Williston N e gro,
this
Double Chinese may be the last year the Is lire fighting equipment tomorrow much colder with hard freeze Freddie Lee Dempsey about 27,
RefugeesRamon Reds can be stopped most sections Low 25
tonight.
with the acceptance ofa for a cigarette and when the

The assembly opens Tuesdaywith new 500.gallon Howe pumper to 32. Tuesday fair and cold latter refused to give It to him, MarsFrom

G. Chlong, left, leader of Chinese Cuban its present complement of truck to replace the old 1927 with high In the 40s. Small Joiner snatched a lit cigarette

exiles, says that more than a thousand Chinese who 112 members on the customarynote American LaFrance unit cur- craft warnings displayed on ". from Dempsey's lips.

fled to Cuba after Communists took over China 15 of silent prayer or meditation rently In use.Equipment the coast for northwest to Page 1
years ago have now fled Cuba. C'hiong Is shown with for one minute. north winds 20 to 30 miles per 'Dempsey reportedly snatchedthe

Joaquin Lee, one of the double refugees in Miami will be transferee hour diminishing becom- HGALWESVILLE .. cigarette back from Joiner spacecraft must make a flybyat

:restaurant that Lee owns hionft: fled Cuba In 1960 Sometime during the opening Cram the old unit to the Dew ing northeasterly Tuesday. '- and an argument ensued. 1,000 to 10,000 miles.

;afjyr the Castro regime took over his Havana super session It ii expected a point of truck at ( a m. tomorrow. Underwrites A Freezing tonight," wltn few :M ttJO. ....- County Sheriff's Deputy .,
Levy Scientists who
market. order will be raised to insure tests are schedul t d pair oil cold through Tun d. developed the
44 to null croft witnesses
High TueMoy 12. Pete Smith said craft to fire
speedy admission of Malwal! for J pies with engineers from "owning ore dlop''."" for northerly planned a rocket
HACK TO D.C. "Mm, II Ie :M rnlln en hour through .oJ' told him Joiner was held by aboard the ship from S to 10
(formerly Nyasaland) Malta the selling company Fire Fight tonight, becoming northfotterly' |g toM and
_. WEATHER three men but broke away after launch to it Into
and Zambia MM M hour 1' days put
. President Johnson returns tobin Rhodesia (Formerly Northern era Equipment Co., of Jackson- a P O '.''r .,d mpctl califtmlgtit Municipal Airport readingsfor attacked Dempsey who by that the refined course for the 10,000.
) into ville. end Tmidey Low tonight a
White House desk today the membership, to 44 high T......' III lilt 51'.. tmollcrelt 24 hours to $ am. today time had drawn a knife. I mile near-miss.
raising membership total to "wornlngo dlpIayPd l l .. r north.to
after an 11-day visit to his Texas 115. Upon completion of the tests, w,1 Ie wind. Inc....'.. Ie 21 High 69 at 1 p.m.; low Joiner was fatally wounded in I Before the rocket can be
ranch. :M mllee Mr hour mil .".......,
ilayor-Flre Chief Lifo 1 H. 50 at II.m. Rainfall: None. pronounceddead fired, scientists must be sure
* dlmlnlthlng end becoming norlhoMter.ly the chest and was
The President had no appointments Spracklln will accept the new TueedoyM TEMPE.AtaiOO sLsawNnllehKlp. which way Mariner is pointed.
.
Samuel'sFuneral
I Pelr" and colder' tonight, end Napa Leo on arrival at
lie will
listed. Tuesday Hope Sinkhole unit on behalf of the City and TueMoy tow tonlqht. In Iho or* hiohTueMey JKkwlll 65 a. James 0 With the bottom of the craft
confer with Ambassador Maxwell In the ..... Norltnwet I M,_ II II .Of Home by Dr.
the ancient American LaFrancewill north wlndo Inc,...'" .. II to 21mileo 1'....... n 54A1010 Williston physician. firmly fixed on Canopus they
D. Taylor who has returned Has be put up for tale. per hour ,.... IKIt .".r_, .... 1:1: II Dailey, will know which way the rocket
'SloppcINiMing ............ ..
from South Viet Nam for coming I on Tueid 0 yImoll Now Orloontcolon w Dempsey was placed In the
will the craft.
croft "wornlngi dltpliyM' Port ( 70 :II .11 push
conferences on U.S. policy. Mayor SpracUin said 1 the Myon nerlftwerd.ALMANAC. Now York" w al Williston jail on open charges This position also will keep

* Johnson told a news conference ] HouseEAGLE town will retain Its class "A"* C11kno WoMilnglonteettle .4 V ill 1. awaiting a decision by a coroner's Mariner's important long.rang*
the talks Insurance rates with the tunttt todey4.. Ml: emSunrito Kit,.. city, :If'u
Saturday policy I new Nunerrpw f:tI ..mMoonrlM -.. 47 53Pt. jury. He was scheduled toIM directional radio antenna pointed
should produce no dramatic developments LAKE (AP-Owner) !unit. He laid new fire mains tomorrow ', 4;50 'em. 0&tt, .7 21LOI transferred to the county toward stations like
tracking
of sn Eagle Lake house hope It :ind hydrants are antlcip a t 11 d Now .Moon'....1. V..... earn a little, Doc etovoIho aTM Alp, .tf II.. 40 4", 111 Jail in Bronson today. the giant antennae at JPL's
has outrun a sinkhole which nibbled within the next Moon tonlgni, "lo Mw 111 million MIINa ese .IT
a r4r.W year. ntllei from lorn. The Cleo wan' EAST OUUPl, Imoilfor alt wash, Members of the coroner's Goldstone tracking station north
STILL ALIVE? att'IN', lk3t' at one corner before the Issue Vonut :*. Iho KIV bit TIDIIMondey n Arcluriu.CIOA not'northwetl.n.rwwi I. north dim/nIO1n wM./ N, tt w,0.:M Jury are Alfred Acree R o y II I of Pasadena.

f> William McChesney of Phoenix 4iltatrd4i 4 dwelling was moved 60 feet Wirtz to Hold High ol Midnight' and I:II life '::n'I I French, James Senterfitt t ,
..... 1' .
Ig ll3lom.ndlir ly
away. im. >
Ariz, is one of five Protest- Charles Williams, Louis WI 1-(

Jnt missionaries Mr. and Mrs James Tyre and Talks 011 nails Fire Day Forecast llama and Winston McDoncll, .
" feared slain
their daughter-In.law, Mrs. T. according to Deputy Smith.:
by Congo reb- Texas highway patrol m a a
A. Mock
Hill Smith
officers
were keeping an Arresting were
elsewhere. Cold with
.
els In the village WASHINGTON AP Secretary Temperatures flve\degrees Tuesday
w Data Wlttrn shown the signs eye on the hole, where they said ( ) Thurs- and Williston Police Chief Ver-
of Warnn WdlardlWirti I low normal Normal lows 45-55 warming trend beginning '
of Labor W,
( He has been {t at his scuffle which fee tad rumbling Indicated erosion was was to inert today with 111 the north portion and K-tt In day. About a half Inch of rain non Macy. Assisting In the case

In Africa o v er with nationally ranked heavy still In progress. But they ,the railroads and three shop the south portion. Normal highs likely beginning Wednesday or was Williston Mayor Louis Rob-1 MrtHMUTM, M*. CECIL GOY --
planned to reconnect utilities erts. 'u..,., Mrvlco weight boxer Cleveland Williams atI 68 In the extreme north and 7u'i Thursday.
four years with i the I raft unions In talks aimed at ____ -- -- -- > M rollrod formor "will M Mdot '
hew site.Sinkholes ---
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WorldwideEvaiigellaa I early Sunday moraing. :averting a strike that could atop 1 '.M. on Mondoy NovomMr 30
1'" it Union, ..,.1., Church "win lira,
: I Williams was shot and wounded have developed at !W per cent of the nation's rail Airliner Crash in Cocll,ChurCh.Durdon, ,..,., Ml Noun ,O.p.net ..
conducting Iho Mrvlcn.Svrlot
linn Crusa d .. during the scuttle several Central Florida sites I traffic. Congo will bo In Union Comolory vn.dor .
His ate McChtiney tno direction or Jonoi-Jonnion Fu>
par where underground streams norM Homo. Mr rryormum, "who My.od .
their will bt Unions involved In the talks \ ..,.....
aid ,
( they hope son NOT SAFEU.S. have eaten away the surfaces' In NowCorry dlod t115OIM "
I Ire the International Assocla-! AIK0.. _...1) Nap5.I.,. H. woo
found IUVI.GRIDnEH. underpinnings.This Kills 0 'Iltetlmo r..d.M 01 A.nu, Coun',.
Surgeoa General Luther I lion of Machinist, International Stanleyville Refugees
OOalS. M.'. ADILL N. Pwwxol
DIES one occurred Monday and I Brotherhood of Electrical Workers -
,
Terry lays a jury that found torvleoi tor Mro Hodgot SI
swiftly developed Into a pit 60 and the Sheet Metal Workers t" .."". "will bo hold ., 3:09.. mon ,
. Injuries suffered In an automobile cigarettes "reasonably safe for International Association LEOPOLDVILLE the* Congo! In Stanleyville because of rebel At least 500 and possibly as lundoy, Nov. w. ,.... tt Now tnlto ',
feet across and 18 feet deep In '
collision have brought AP) A chartered Belgian ground fire. Belgians who returned many as 1,000 whites are still in WM Church, Wnh 0,0. Coorgofirtitr .
human consumption" decided conductlnt Itw Hrvlcot' iurdlrocllon
a III AFLCIO.A .
the process It swallowed a 30I I rebel A of several ,1.1, will 110 In Ho..n". ,, Ito
death to Army Captain Joe DC4 crashed on the runway of from Stanleyville Sunday areas group twill rrMa
damage suit and did not Foot oak tree and or Hugnn a Ch..,"" '.n.
repudIate two Citrus
Caldwell, 27, of Miami a one- strike was called for last Stanleyville airport Sunday night said the region betweenthe hundred Is at Bunla In the eel Homo. III'.. Nods''. "who llvod otJoHluon
the government's report trees and started undermining butPIS I and the center of the north. Many missionaries and OM, No,. 11. IM4, .. homo
and all
time Army football captain. Monday postponed night killing the crew airport ol 0 lingering Illnm. Mri H.....
Caldwell, injured last FridayIn' \linking smoking and lung can- a corner of the two-bedroom I tending outcome of the mediation but seven of the refugees It was city about two miles away was plantation managers are scat. won born.. on July J. in 3 In .''e.,'"..
Go.
house. Mr Hodgn woo a member of
a collision of two cats, died c.r. t: effort The talks are cen- bringing to safety, repents. to heavily Infiltrated by rebel snip tered singly in Isolated commu- Oek trove M. a. C_

Sunday night In St. Lawrence "I don't think the verdict Movers were summoned to t ered on wage Increases and Leopoldvllle said. nities. Ks,1TEe, M.. M. ,. Oravnld. wow

Hospital in Lansing, Michigan changes the attitude of the advisory haul. the structure out of dan- I I.pr. Improved holiday and vacation A message reaching Lcojioldvllle ers.Beyond the airport the rebels: Diplomatic sources in Leopoldville kn chod lor Irocner M,. 0.1,1"'M'.,".*05.Held 700 ot t.land P Mon .

The hospital said Caldwell I)rovMoin. this morning said the plane are In almost full control The said the Belgian troops lundoy, November It ISIS. 01 Or.

died of head Injuries. Ha suffered committee on smukloi 'got fire on taking off." It \was airport guarded by Congolese II were supposed to make one .eoge... luillo Hill Cemetery.conducting Wlllltlon/the wrvkeiKnoult wilt.

a fractured skull and head and health"or the substance of not clear whether this meant soldiers who took over when more air drop but it was called cn...Pwierol. ol ."Mont........'.tH.....WUIIHon Mr.. Ka',UIn -
lacerations. Its report, Dr. Terry told Friendly lo Hitchhiker] that the plane had been hit by ,Belgian paratroopers were with- off. The sources could not say tip e nollve of 5.,,'.,, Oo., died
..
ouodenly In Polkston/ Go, Tnur
the 19)8 conference at the American drawn Sunday after rescuing 1-
Caldwell captained news
rebel riflemen\ who still Infest why However the Belgian government dly. NevFnpw It ,IN4.nAUNOssa .
Army team. Medical Association! convention the region around the airport.,atUnleyvllle. 700 foreigners from the rebels. had said at the outsetit M. JOHN ue ,..
(Earlier story In iports) Sunday. I Learns a Bitter Lesson 1 I With the departure of the Bel- did not expect the operation to _.1 ....,eII for Mr. loundflrs* ego,
mounted 13 retired" engineer, I A L. P.y, wait
fears
An employe of the charter glan paratroopers last longer than about three bo held of t F M. on Tv....... De-
Hitchhikers have en less came violent beat up Mathia, for the Safety of 500 to 1,000 dayi. center 1. IfU of JanetJoMnon ,..
company Belgian InternationalAir era. Mome Cnepe wilt, 5,. U. I.Oordm .
0 friend today. He's C. C. Mathls' robbed him of his wallet and Services said the DC4 bad a ,whites still In the rebel-held, toiler, Flrlt ....., 0 r I. n

of 111 SE 2nd St., who had an: watch, hen forced him out of crew of three, Belgians. It was 'areas of the northern Congo. I American One the medical rebels' victims, ClNirch oil,/ bo, condmMng In Ivergreon fh* oervlcee.Cemetery' Surlel M,.
with his and drove with Refugees said the Peking. missionary _.unsure. wM ItvM ., 1.Ie'. PaIs. .
unpleasant experience an car away ttMathls
ungrateful highway hiker early called officers who not known how many passen-i backed rebels were Intent on Paul Carlson, has been buried .. dOd. Mwid.y .......,...
t ti. gems were aboard. beside the church he
killing all whites to vent their served In
Sunday morning. I picked him up In the 4500 block
According to the Alachua l of NW 13th SL They found hi< An Investigating team was :anger over the paratroop action the Congo, his friends reported. Gainesville Sun

County Sheriff's D e p a r tment,I car In the 200 block of NE 39th lying to Stanleyville this morn in Stanleyville and Paulis last i About 300 whites and 1,000 I Published viningi" except

!klathls was driving north e n Ave., but the hitchhiker WI' ing.Most \>"eek. Congolese attended the funeral Saturday and Sunday mom.Ingi .

U.S. 441 when he stopped to gone presumably on foot. of the plane's passengers The confirmed death toll of Saturday at the Church of I by tt* Gainnvlllt at 101 Pub-SE

pick up a man at the Mathis" assailant was a whit were reported to be Congo- M bite hostages stood at S3, In- Christ In Karawa village in W"1Ioc Gaitmvill*. Florida

lion of NW ttta Ave. .lntersec.1 male about 21 years old, wearing lese refugees from the former 6'udlng three American mis-. Loubangul Province. His widow and entered 01 texond cline'

Everything was all a red shirt and dark pants rebel| capital ninarles. Many were slaugh-I and two children were present matter at tS. Pair Office StGolnnville

I til Mathis refused to take his H* was S.Ceet.ll and about 180 In the last few days several eved only minutes before theM They art to leave for the United Florida.CI5CULATION .

rider to Alachua. The hiker be pounds deputies said._planes have been unable to land glans arrived. Slates within a few days. I IATIS It
CAnlU 01 MAIL
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Mass Execution of Hostages Was Feared I be All paid mall In Mm.advance wbtcrlptions$5,.IS. mUll

Member of Audit Burton of

Circulation.PuallonMI .
By ENDREMRTON lomatlc obcserwj revealed' Spaak the Belgian foreign minister clear' that the "president" did withdraw the paratroopers this

.. Saturday I in Washington Nov. t and' tot cintrol Olenga's soldiers weekend although many of the ..os.,o matw4l prowty _tI anMe 101 .MrI._'"II

WASHINGTON (AP) The These messages appeared abe I. and en lid not atop the civil war hostages are unaccounted far! tiiieMHej C.lit .eMM._ er let lit"port 0. .>eYrktt

: Reservists Honored United States and Belgium far more convincing that the I At that time Spaak still had even It he. wanted to. and presumed to be held by the .. 0WOd0. tI so.M/MN.yulf00r. tM. wrltt0a.rmka4

decided to fly paratroopers to danger was imminent than the strong reservations because be In th* weeks Immediately before rebels. t

Rear Adm. William H. Tucker left, presents the Congo when Intercepted threats and braggings of Chris I was concerned about the fate of the decision was made tol I ----

Jiainesvlll's Natal Reserve Security Group Division messages strongly Indicated tophe B. Glwnye selhtyM.,the some 40./000 Belgians living 1, send in the paratroopers :Set t

42 with the Sixth Naval District Trophy for Its at- that the rebels planned a mass president of the rebels' "Peo in the Congo. H* agreed to act,, Belgians were killed, a fact I !

lalnlnz first place among district division Recelv execution of their hostages, dip1't ples Republic." however, when be became convinced which ncelved little notice by

inc the trophy Is Cmdr. Fred Hartmann, division The messages were sent by[ two weeks ago that thecapture the press outside Belgium. This flilreyJust
mmander. It Is the dlvMon's sixth such award In
i Nicholas Olenga, the rebel gn-(. of Klndu a city some; number e amperes with the M to

?even. ..years. (U.S. Navy Photo) : Die When eral, lo his troops. How they :200! miles south of Stanleyville, 1C Belgian tiued during the

were Intercepted was not dis-by mercenary-led Congolese turbulent'IIOnths In 1980 when
tell us how much
Runaway Wheel Opens Mine ExplodesLAMIA. I closed.Olenga. had prevented the massacre of the Congo-se tint rebelled. you need to pay old c... .0:_: : _5.. n Ie kr
: .
bills' for home Impravtmtnts _"O. w" '+"
Is or at feast was I about JS white hostages. The observers stressed that -

Villiston Store Early GreeceP) -A until now-concurred the most I Unt October the Belgian government there was complete harmony pans for ,III car resis500 tun M2SOO 125,00

World War II land mine exploded dangerous ol all rebel leaders still\ hoped a peaceful between Washington and sonal r yoer 26100 1100 WM JtOO

WILLJSTO. -A runaway au- glass and aluminum doors of' at a bridge dedication Sunday While Cbenye and Gaston I solution of the Congo issue was leis on the veacue Pnatte for prompt. 000 10000 343) J

tamobil wheel opened Roberts' the furniture store and smashed killing\ 13 persons and injuring Soumialot the defense minister possible. Three months ago But now, IVy added, the Bru.1 courteous servic. p_ dl.w ... F' 0P40.

Furniture Store I Into furniture ] aside the W others. I of tile Stanleyville rebel regime Gbenye was secretly Invited to glass are annoyed by LOANS UP TO $600aswa.r :

prematurely sto.... Police said the mine burled are regarded as political opportunists RnwHs. for talks: with Spaak.The .l American ells patches from .
In Wllliston and
yesterday least $300 danug caused Louis Roberts, owner of the in she earth, probably was set 1 Olenga who controlled Belgian minister also tried'puUtillc reputing ea atrocities!
at
'store, said some furniture w.s'' off by the weight of thousands of whatever armed farces the rebels to persuade Mais Tshombe the 'allegedly comi Bitted by the par FAMILYriNANCi ]

lA Model "A" Ford, driven by destroyed and many pieces people moving about the site of had, Is considered a fanatTh : Congolese premier, lo enlargehis atroopers.

James E. Sweet, Archer, lost a were nicked and cut by the Hy! the new Gorgopatomon bridge, Ie. cabinet by Including some el These stories are emphatically '

wheel while traveling dews ,tog glass. He said $500 would 'I' destroyed by British and Greekforces I Idea of joint U.S.-Belglan his opponents. denied ty Be Iguui diplomats.and SERVICE, INC

Noble Avenue shout J p m. yew :cover damage to the furniture In WI to cut German action was conceived during But Tshombe made only total there are hints that suck .f C ji..esvUI. '

twday. The wheel rolled down but he had no Idea what It supply lines. The new bridge talks between Secretary of Slate concessions, and while! Gtwnye!criticism may have played 204 S. Eo Fiat Stt.t . . .. .. ..fR 64661PEOPLE

UK street, crashed through till l lI I I would cost to replace the door. was DOt damaged I Dcaa Riuk and Paul-Henri was hesitant It soon became]some role fa U. decision to

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Monday, November 30. 19(4 Gaineiville San Jt
ASSESSMENT


IOU OP IN A AUSUMINT CERTAIN RESOLUTION OAINISVILLEI THI ITRICTI ROLLS FIXINO... i I stc -by- -q I Canny Careers in Crime I I




STATEMENTS PUBLICATION II MAILIO This Is I of Ingenuity.The .' which
I story .- - '- register The "repair,
WHEREAS!! *"*' *. P..."1"*"* the SUN I (ingenuity of criminals I consisted merely of blowing k
City Comnlulox M IM 7W day Crooks Use Their Wits .r
that Is. But don't be alarmedby
oiwof llnoi unr* ordoroo- !. lit -" I out the graphite, always was
M MU4 I* MM OroKione No. : the cleverness of the crooks healthy.Jl'D'e.
le.llodIotI..Mr00q a M W Ml. accompanied by a
WHEREAS Mid mm In iKlltn 1 HOSPITAL Univ. Sta. mentioned hereafter. They Ice bill. -- JJ
Wlln III* olont tnt ipoclllcitioni a boy; Mr. and Mrs. aren't operating in our town (we To Keep i/i Business'Police
November
and .05..11.4. 27.19MBIRTHS Edward Strong 1040 SE 19USL :
I But the scheme didn't Step
NOW, ?IIEREPORI. : hope) .'
al IT RESOLVED BY THI a boy.ADMITTED -- there. The firm's talented '
action I. Thil lt* total COM *t I and Mrs. Ernest Spencer, With Increasing ficlency In
"salesmen" also had :
I n 3y
:
mo Oltlmatoo: and _rll.... coil a boy Mr. and Mrs. knew the gang was usIng Jewels (and they anally did),
..c0S1 "*101 UMMmmt wr '"' ; Mrs. Jan Withrow Mrs. Belt), crime detection, the nation'scriminals habit of locking cash register

la Mid osnwd Imoc.no.I 500 10.101,0.. II ,MMy.mId1 II 0d.,., Logsdon, 509 NW 28U) Strong, Mrs. Velda Mills, Mrs. have been hard-press a car to carry away t h e he robbed them Instead. mechanisms, then breaking.Hie(

by made a pool horool.tKtlon a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Al- Charlene White Estella Foreman ed to keep up with progressi heavier parts but never were ,
key off In the lock. This Be
...,, But by far the moat clever prm!
I. Tno Iht MMtlmntt Jr., Sarta Fe
attocnatf horoto ark in. aam *r* a boy. Roberta Katz Mrs. i to keep from being caught. As able to detect any tire treads lice again accompllsitd 41xIts
'nd wary ono ol In. MMismontt ADMITTED Greene, Mary Lucille Rose, a result, some of the "badgujj" crookonedncss w as turned In by
Old Mall roman, (...1.! a"oVor* after they struck There was a erectly, usually resulted In nflgre ia-
which' laid nwsimonli *r. modo, Joyce Logsdon, W a n da Mrs. Betty Peters. Mrs. Opal t'I have developed new and of all things, a cash register'weighty repair bills for the victims -
wim I.w.IocIIOll. Mrs. Ruby Kite, Mrs. I Graves, Richard Hale, Mrs, unique twists to one of the oldest good reason for It the canny repair firm Their unique I is

linn M X conitnictod That ttill' Rnoliillon acid Itw. ...ttio..."" Ervin, Mrs. Mary Davis, Loretta Benlon, Theron Hudson professions. crooks covered their tracks by scheme Included sending salesmen III.

'In ttw Oalnnvlllo tun a nowipopor Carpenter, all of Mrs. Josie Lee Davis, Robert encasing the getaway car's tiresIn out to visit local buiines.ics As a sort of bonus, the firms'

City from and ouch ooch publication weld' dato anmmont ot tho ; Mrs. Georgia Mo- Ayers, all of Gainesville,'I Take the case of an enlerprlsing a sort of oversized rubber supposedly on a legitimate rcpresent'.tives found it profit-

putllkallon.lactlon 1 In 'told' Ordlnanc. No. 1117, mini / Alachua; Mrs. ROil Mrs. Jonell Douglas, Cross,{ !trio operating out of New band made of Inner tubes. business call: able to Inject a combination of r(

4. Tho Clork ol Hi* C.'I.. ... 1 Alachua: Ulysses Har- City; Mrs. Ruth Lind s a y, Ft,I York Thry ran a thriving bu4 Then there the whocnjood linseed oil and machine oil Into n.
broparty ownor mown on tho was man Once Inside the merchant'sor n
Iron Itn dell of mo pvbllcatlon Chipley; Mrs Martha While; Myrtlde Karag e o r g e, ness which specialized In the illegal the tables merchant's registers. Soon aft
toctlon 100 mil nnolulkn I till for Melrose naturalization of immi turning on the salesman would ca* -
Mrs
; Stenhatchee Veda F er the mixture would
to laid oiwttmant roll.' : u quay robbers lie also enjoyed the decal gum op
PASSED ISIS Old day ol Nmombor. A Davis, Santa Fe; Mrs. Starke; David Dowdy, High grants. Their quickie citizenship 8,000 he admitted 'ually slap a advertising the machine, necessitating! an-
profit
( earning his the office btisl-
on
Greenlee, Williston; Alachua. racket Included a fast helicopter company other call to tho friendly serv
ATTnT. Nancy Ervin, Alachua.DISCHARGED DISCHARGED trip over the Statue of Liberty by buying diamonds with 1 ness machine, at the same tune iceman.
Ill A. CLARENCE O'NEllL phony certified' checks then ,
dropping of
salute to her the vieIms a pinch powdered
CArS ol IM Commluion Mrs. Catherine Lewis and a by -
flashing the gems! at p u b I Ilc i graphite Into the machine. La- These are just a few of the
then the "oath of citUcnhip1
P.OUTKI OP Ellen Ramsey, Mrs. baby girl, Mr. Orville Forden, -
places until satisfied all wouldbe '
I Il'rVhl'n the machine failed, crafty operators lawmen clue-
Alma Mrs. Alice Garcia and all preceded by
Sparrow, baby pay.
I. SRO 1610. Sw11w.11 hd A
robbers In the had the
32t1d ire5.1 1010 410 N0 10"" Lawrence, Mrs. boy, Mrs. Mary MacLanah I nand ment of a fat fee. Among other vicinity I owner: usually discovered where have encountered. Let'shope

to.. Iti Nortln,".rooc'>nl"lind_ with itnof NW, ttth from I'.II..... Foster, Earl Powers baby girl, Mrs. Audrey troublesome thieves encountered seen them I lie firm's decal and called the I I this partlular type of ingenuity -
In louttiwnl ant ttraat from in / ,company to repair his alii I n 111 Isn't developed here
this lawmen
and Mrs by
to Hi IntonKtlon with Wolf .*,,' Cannon and baby Pendley baby girl year were Following this routine, our .
I* Norlmml l''h Avonuo, from Hi Hayhurst, Alberta Carolyn Yearly and baby boy, the hotrod builders who obtained hero always retired to his hotel
....
'1"h Avon rvn.., 200 Mot North, thonct Josle Cave, Patrick Mrs. Betty Sherouse, Mrs. Al- needed auto parts In nighttime room. When the robbers I

I"250 M mt oaMmonf North of*H Nor>n*_Nootown' PIN ........ Mrs. Mary Brand and leen Floyd, Mrs. Betty Ogle- _visits to a junk yard came to relieve him of the l1NGB5 SENSATIONAL J

,2tII Road, Anna Byrd, Mary tree, Mr. Hamilton Mashburn, -

I tail* an.,MwiMnt North.....'.o and f Crook.',r..'_, ",, Felix Adams, Mi Mrs. Janie Burke, Mrs. Marilyn ; ; ; FABRIC
I
!. Northwnl mlN ..tvonuo.., comnwic Neal Townsend, Long, Mrs. Mildred Adams. Would You Kallicr He?

|pWNor1liwn'. A_.., commando Michael, Baby girl Elli. POLICE FIRE REPORT: )

ln"a Imomanl' dncrl'tod 1.. Accident Report I JOHANNESBURG, South Af- (It was winter In South Africa

Woof of Nor'_.' IJ"i Jtrnl, thonco run November 28,1961BIRTHS Involved in accidents reportedby rica (AP) Five-year-old War.I during the run of the competition

ION .... the Gainesville Poll 1 I c e Department II Qullllam wants to be a mon- .) SPECIALSMOHAIR
.In SIlls Road tad, Iou"'w" Sod Mrs Gerald Ervin, and the Alachua County .Ire so that he needn't u. a
west 12' 51001 00 .LIM run 400 15.1 WaiL.noth '. a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Sheriff's Office during t h e, and fork. A 14-year-old girl would like

Tole 1001 1000000 H. Raulerson, 3459 NW weekend were: to be a stork to find out where

.P........,.'.$001100....., .Ie 10 be ar sswssod Iron/ toot ., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Joy S. Annis, 2823 NW 21st I Warren was the youngest buby storks come from. ;

T."I Msasmat J. Maturo, 2034 NW Sth'Ter. and an unidentified driver prize wlnner In a competition on ;
ASSESSMENT The
competition was
'"What animal would I run
NO. OWNIII girL (hit and run), at 2 03 Sunday you oDACRON
,. J. R. Hanstord ADMITTED pm. most like to be?" and becauseof jointly by Pr Malcolm Lyall-
,
at NW 23rd Blvd. and 16th Watson of the JohnnnM burg EVERY M hNt
Kathryn Raulerson, his success his father has
Ambrose, Clint Benton, Ter.Lawrence told him he needn't use a knife Zoo and the Johanneiburg Rand
Watson, University (
PRINTS
.. Fern Matayom, Mn. ,Station and a parked car, at and fork at least for a while Daily Mail. Loupelte11lHRISIINAS

Kent Lauber Mrs. :916 '.m. Sunday In the unit- Other young prizewinners: i iI
Green, Stephen Davis, 45" Wide
I block of NW 19th St.
1 Mr. S e 1 vln A 7-year-old boy wants to be The antics of the jcllow-head-
... ; Alice Galloway, Orlando (single 54-lntr.ii wide 100% Polyester
In Nortnwnl. IMd Stroll ION Oran III City; Mr. Herbert I car) U 2.30 a m. Sunday In I allowed to swear" ed blackbird should be familiar Completely
I* in .Intoriocilon with Norttnml. 101 11, Lake City; Deborah 71 % Wool .
of
Longtn of line the 2100 block of W. UniversityAve. A -yearold girl would like o parents some teenagers. Washable
Toll, Iron 100'.... Cross City; Ollie Pink According to the National Geographic 22% Cotton
Guaranteed)
Front locI0..la.asld : to be a reindeer "so I could pull
AuonmoM oils Dor front It. DISCHARGED Alan S. Henderson, 332 SW Father! Chrlstmaa's sleigh." Society's new "50 n II Beautiful ielec< Na Iron
Total auoumonl 38th St. and a parked car. at and Garden Birds of Nor t hAmeTit'a" lion et colon \ To
IS"tNOWNtR Eva Traxler, Mrs. Mag' : An African girl aged ( would Dy.d
1:30 am. Sunday at 1200 SW "The yellnwhvadi
....
1. O. O. B .lcll .Iy Mrs. Eva W11 Dam Color coordinat Notch Solids
ike to be
a panther "becauseI (
I Sth Ave. sing a harsh jumble of notes
I. Dora A. HIckS' Margaret Sparkman, John H. Harrell 2042 NE 12th would still be black."
ending in a rasping buzi. The
Mrs. Fletcher Iris Baby Boy ,St. and a parked car, at t 40pm. A' litte white boy wants to be! .songs are accompanied by twisting
t. Truttaol ol Unlvorllly. Avonuo DeMaupessant, ; at 400 NE lot t I \
Saturday fl44,99C'
a zebra "because he wears his and writhing If the birds
C...... ol ChrM Simmons, Mrs. I Ella!: l I'
baby girl Mrs. San- .Ave. pajamas In this cold weather." were In agony"
POR .. Robe-t L. Berry, Cocoa
and Mrs.
baby boy
N In 105 Seulhwnl,.......,...!2nd wllh Wool Str..l UftI.lty. loom I" Harrell and baby girl, 'James C. Fogarty: 23S SW Ith SAVE ON fUEL TRAM( t .
Toll' front foatOMLongrh Ave and Melvin C Stevens, RL THIS WINTER! YD.
Mrs. Lewis
Marilyn :
ol lino 2 at 6'47 Saturday at SE
Told Iron tootlg blMIHd pm.
Rata ot ....._, girl, Mrs. Norma God- :,11th St. and 4th Ave. CENTRAL HEATING
.., R.q. R. .
T. H_' baby girl Mrs. Mary ,
ASSESSMENT Geraldine Gross Mrs. Kent R. Lauber M u r phree THERMOSTATICALLY CONTHOLUD $3,98 ::;; $1.98FREE

,0.I. A. H. B OWNER M..IWIO WI"I JA 'Area and Terry R. Knapp, Largo ...*.. hoot *... ...1 kill ,
0001.01.4'r and baby girl, Dr. at 4 45 p.m. Saturday at CHAN > IMICIINT, .. .?..., .", .11./ w Art
'' Drill, AdiHuntley, :
"" W. University Ave. and 18th COMPLETELY INSTALLED Off N.W, ID AvRer "
Shuler and baby ,1l7R1..1': Old ,*.** to $585 PARKING of Store
1 ,. C. *."" My.ro Lois Nelita Merritt St.Fred M girl, William H a m- C Muttcrn, Jacksonvilleind N* .....*, deco T...... I* mil ,.., k ol
: unidentified vehicle (hit FOR FREE ESTIMATE
I. A. M. S 0.",..,. R.lltdgt Suggs, Mrs. Min- an SINGER SEWING CENTERS
ind run), at 2:28: p.m. Saturdayit aLL AMIRICAN .
and' baby girl Jos- Ph. 376 8268
HIA1I.Q 6
ASSf N. Main St. and 1th Ave. NGRCO.
IOU .. Oasis Salyers Bes- I T ON 216 W. UNIX AVI. FIt '.')10:
hi Norlti oil INN A_.., tram n > LIdIRlad PMdud a I....,...

lhanc Utn AvonuoLonglK* ran. m Hot NorW. IKnc 19, 1M4! More Pecans

T..., 0r101 ol /IIMilafl' *.M ufl BIRTHS Noxt year If your tro.o are
II... of _t Mrs. John E. With. iproyod for Spanish' MOM now!

T.ToI.1." 'rani H_?*"** NE tin St., a boy; Mr. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL .
ASSESSMENT Columbus F. Doug- e CHIMICAL CO.

NO I. T. A. I OWNER Morlbtl B i. w. a : City, I boy; Mr. and Call FRanklin' 6-2661 for frnIlirtilt

Jam a now Mills Box 13357 ..



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By JOHN S. KNIGHT was "trigger-happy- October Is no longer
rmniMr, Tut "Mini Km ,
THE SUN'S POLICY
"Irreiponsiblt" In November-now that the
The warlike sounds reverberating
1. Report the nwt fully ood '"'I>iiolV In Ito iw column' *. In and about the Pen Is over American ambassador
2. (xp>m the epmiont o( the Sun In-but only ...-.<,_ .. Taylor who Is the
tagon foretell a major policy ablest of government's mill-(
our
of the
3. Publish ell ddtt of "Important controvert*! haves, one
decision on the war In South He has served not only as Chief of Staff of

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1111 Viet Nam. 7 P I .. Army but also as Chairman of the Joint
Ambassador Maxwell Taylor Chiefs of Staff So when he comes to certain conclusions which
and the Joint Chief of sound a bit familiar because they were uttered Just t few
Staff are Mid to favor stronger weeks ago by Senator Goldwater this doesn't mean that they
measures such at bombing are not valid or that they should be brushed aside now. For
Viet Cong supply routes in their hearts high officials here have known for some time
Heat Under J..Edgar's CollarThe and the "training and stagIng that the policy in Viet Nam could not be left to flounder
areas in North VietNam Indefinitely.
"
itself.

Federal Bureau of Investigation Characterization of the Rev. Martin This I II a reversal of attitude GENERAL TAYLOR In an interview published last weekIn

has been the target of an unusual Luther King as "the most notorious on Taylor's part The their hearts high officials! here have known for some time

amount of criticism in recent liar in the country," the sober ambassador told life two will be the one that has the ultimate will to win." He favors
and careful Warren Commission months ago that "military action the bombing bases In North Viet Nam, just as Senator .
months: from Southern law enforce will not win and Goldwster urge The general says:
report as "the most classic example that central task is still to
ment officials and race segregationists "There are two areas where that could make contributlon-
of Monday-morning quarterback. restore a viable society with namely, by making more difficult fe In'iltration along the
civil rights groups, the Warren ing I have ever read", Supreme in the province of South Viet routes from North Viet Nam,

Commission and the Republican can Court justices and judges in general Nam.It should also be remembered INVESTIGATION OK REFORM? generally by way of Laos; or

didate for president.In u "bleeding hearts", Is not in keeping that two months ago President striking the Infiltration i l t

with the standard of responsible Johnson said he sources the training areas In

a three-hour interview, FBI Director comment the public bas come to expect wanted to be "very cautious" Role of the FBI North Viet Nam itself In to

J. Edgar Hoover blasted his from the FBL about "going north" In Viet doing the government of North

critics, including lawbreaking Southern Nam. He expressed his re- Viet Nam would be remindedthat
luctance to Involve American
police and Rev. Martin Luther Perhaps what most clearly emerges boys In a war In Asia with By RICHARD WILSON and security forces of many gro voting rights. His role, he It cannot get off unscathed -

King. It was a petulant performanceby from the Hoover interview U the 700 million Chinese." Chief CowletWanhtngtos foreign countries. believes, is the investigationof that Indeed they stand to

a man who apparently chafes under realization that J. Edgar Hoover is In view of these earlier Bureta Whatever I e e Hoover has criminal acts as providedby lose far more than they have
statements Is serious I WASHINGTON A studied law and limited to the likelihood of
why
criticism, to which he is unac human after all. He, along with done In the FBI this Is exactly any winning.
consideration now being given effort Is being made to picture provisions of law This Is an
customed.The everybody else, prefers praise to to escalating the struggle'The J. Edgar Hoover as over- I what he has avoided Even Impregnable position, and has "These possibilities do exist
when
criticism. blunt answer is that taken by the caprices of age concern ran highestover proved so for the 40 years but they have their pros and

FBI director has every right the United States Is losingIn because of his recent outspoken the government Communist and Infiltration pub l 11 i of c Hoover had headed the FBI.It cons. I would add again that

to defend his agency and speak out We can think of few things more South Viet Nam and seeks remarks on been various Institutions, there was no case has worked well pure military action outside
some to reverse the subjects that have troubling -
on public matters. But Just M those dangerous to than way to be made that Hoover was the Just
democracy a national trend. The "hawks" in the Pentagon him for a long time THE REAL ISSUE Is whe- country as pure
who criticize the FBI havi an obligation police agency that is not accountable are pressing their case Hoover Is a vigorous 70, In conducting a vindictive red ther or not the FBI shall become military action Inside the

to be accurate and responsiblein to the public and I is exempt for enlarging the struggle full possession of his faculties hunt and of Individuals.transgressing the an activist agency for country must restore, will not viable win. We

their comments, those who speak from searching evaluation and criticism with the argument that all of with no intention of resigning rights reform, for the prevention of within these a provinces society of
Southeast Asia will fall to but quite aware that he cannot crime, and for the enforce-
in the name of the FBI have a responsibility by other government agencies forever Directorof HE FINDS himself now having of Internal South Viet Nam."
the Communists if we do not serve as ment preventive :
to weigh their words and the public. Debate about the Federal to turn over to o t he r did aim I
strike North Viet Nam, and the Bureau of Investigation security. If It Its What General Taylor said
thousands
carefully FBI, along with all other government strike hard. of agencies Individuals reports who on have cometo would change from one administration has already brought a significant
The matter of U. S. prestige He must have spoken as he to the next. Its
agencies healthy and essen the attention of the FBI reaction In the press of
is likewise involved. did to a of women reporters safest and the safest
course
No lustre was added to the FBI tial. J. Edgar Hoover would be the group but without cause for arrest Is to the country The Chicago Tribune
because he had for the
And central
yet there Is another a course country
director's reputation by the name- first to grant this In principle, but side to the coin. message relating to the These are individuals who hew exactly to the line of the for example, says

calling and indiscriminate labeling that evidently does not keep application Our Involvement In So u t h FBI as It will be when he ls might security conceivably of the threatenthe President law. "ONE OF THE things that
hi indulged in durng his freewheeling of the Viet Nam began with a no longer there. Pe r b a p.
from have
principle getting under of the United States, although Many people seem to think may contributed to the
Interview. his skin. policy advanced by John Hoover did not have this con many of them, as 'Hoover that the FBI director fs a defeat of Senator Goldwster
Foster Dulles in 1954. The Dulles sciously In mind. But there In
the
II points out, are merely! presidential a p p o intee who presidential electionwas
theory was that given was a single! thread running
his estimate of the situation
"kooks" or unstable persons holds office at the pleasure of
4 ample economic and military through his discussion which
-- In Viet Nam laid
He
He
whose behavior under stress the President. He is not.
aid the South Viet Names. revealed the nature of his con
might be In doubt In New Is appointed by the Attorney that we were In an unacknowledged
I could repel the Commune its cern. York City alone, Hoover General without confirmation war but that the
Voice of the from the North.
I People Not only has this poll I Icy THIS CONCERN that the points would out have, some to be 7,000 watched persons or by the Senate.In administration win, and that had it must no plan either to

! been a failure, but each successive FBI may become in the future Isolated when the President view of the changing attitudes take effective action or admit
government in South when he Is no I o n g er In this country and defeat
On The Sun's Opinion Page. Viet Nam grew progressively there a kind of national police visited there without This would lice be the risk that the FBI may
weaker even as U. S. aid and force carrying out policies Impossible a p o some day be made sn activist "These statements, and the
military support was increased originating: In the Department roundup on a scale that agency for carrying out politi Senator's discussions of the
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.S..wv..5. HtM H ntxt M* Mfr tr H tkwtt. tt, Violist. .......* *. ..*..-. MMMM M that Communist expan touched on this theme both The Issue on civil rights posals for changing the meth- trails were exploited by his
-... lion can be held in check by directly and Indirectly tt several really centers on the point of od of selection of the FBI opponents to build up the
military means. But actually, different points. Lying whether or not the FBI shall head Hoover Is not planning myth that he was bellicose
Without Code the city will tear down the a multi million dollar economic as the St Louis Post -Dispatch behind the remarks on Dr. be the Instrument of reform. to resign now or In the near and 'trigger happy' Yet now
house because It doesn't meet "shot in. the arm" for has said "Communism goes Martin Luther King Is a differenee Hoover's position is that Congress future By the time he does when the administration

He Has Home the housing code standards.In the community, like Sean through and around military of opinion on the has given him specific resign a law could be passed spokesman General Taylor,
n the first ,event the fam- Roebuck. Better to consider positions if the political con- vigor and extent of the FBI clear and !limited responsibility that his successor would be refers casually to the possibility
the business community a ditons are ripe; that is what In enforcing civil rights laws, for enforcement of a long selected by the President for of bombing the infiltration -
EDITOR Sun Your editorial
: ily must look elsewhere for a
partner In community Improvement has been happening In South and, indeed on the role which series of acts relating to civil a IS year term, subject to routes from Communist
"Memo to McKinney" on home because they can afford and give them cre- Viet Nam" hat been played by Dr. King rights. This responsibility confirmation by the Sin ate. North Viet Nam Into adjoining

November 20 describes a only IS a week and now dit for motives at least as During the recent campaign and his associates In the civil does not Include such preven- The debate on this bill and Laos, and even of 'strik
small boy who must carry the rent Is higher because of good u our own. former Vice President Nixon rights movement tive acts U guarding civil the hearings en Hnover'i tuo tog the infiltration sources,
water two blocks through the repairs. But there are no warned that the United: States Hoover's reaction to tht rights workers who go Into resent could define a consensus the training areas In North
dust to the .substandard.. more !houses it $S a week Tt get all families up to would have the backbreakIng Warren Commission criticism the South to achieve reforms on what the post Hoover Viet Nam itselfno one cries
.which Is his home (at 15 a they've all been fixed up to the economic level where they task of defending Japan brings forth the point that if as Hoover sees H. For example FBI should be. The chances that the administration Is
week rent) Then you attack comply with the housing code. could rent a decent house will and the Philippines if the the Warren recommendations he opposed send I In g art good that this consensus 'trigger happy' and will

Mayor McKinney for opposing In the second event, the cityte.r. take some time. In the meantime Communists win In Southeast were carried out the FBI and FBI gents to Little Rock would favor the FBI as It Is, wind up getting us in a nu-
the proposed minimum ho \using the house down so again perhaps the small boy Asia the Secret Service would have Ark., to superintend Integration a bud-hitung, objective agency clear war."
should be thankful to M a yor Mr. Nixon must surely know to adopt the type of security of the public schools He for the investigation of
him "B t the look
code chiding u family must for The New York
McKinney that there Is stilla that we are already committed procedures identified with the refuses to send FBI agents criminal acts as defined b y Times on
tell the child that carries' another place to live. But the other hand a
haute available at the rent to their defense but he authoritarian central policeTecnAgers to the polls to supervise Ne- law. expresses
the drinking water down that alas, all the houses they could belief that what General Tay
he can afford to to be underestimatingthe
road that the minimum pay. seems lor Is I
dusty afford to rent have been torn recommending appears
NOT A LANDLORD of the Seventh
housing code Is unnecessary." down -they didn't conform power to be at variance with what
Fleet and our offensive air Vs. Parents I
to the housing code. President Johnson promised
I sympathize with the small New SloganFor capability from a number of during the campaign. The
boy, but I think it Is unfair Rather than helping the Pacific bases Times says:
to attack Mayor McKinney unless small boy In the dusty street, Should Formosa be attacked By RUSSFLLBUCER Decline and Fall of the R> Insist upon making breakfast
you have something bet- the minimum housing code Christmas we have the retaliat o r y C Nrin Qork ulmrn man Empire." taking paint to burn the bacon "The totality of Ceo era I
ter to offer unless you can has turned him and his family fire power to win such an engagement 1 Arrange to hive IS or 20 and overcook the coffee. Go off Taylor's remarks Indicate
show that the minimum housing out of a substandard house EDITOR Sun I would like But as I have stated WASHINGTON: Instructions friends telephone you at Mv. without fanfare..nd clean your that his real aim In aerial
code Is going to Improvethe Into _no house at all to suggest that the City of many many tunes an for teen-agers: minute Intervals at all times room being certain to splash bombardment would not be
small boy's situation. Gainesville and the merchants Ideology cannot be repelled by 1. Always leave the shoesIn while you are out of the house. the floor wax over the bed- merely to Interdict supply
It seems to me thai the thereof substitute Do force of arms. the center of the Bvingroom The parents will eventually art spread. When the parents tax lines but to warn the North
Presumably the boy and his constructive approach to the Your Christmas Shoppl n g Before. we send more American floor where the parents will be of answering the phone and you with Incompetence, assumean Vietnamese that 'they stand to
family are living there be- small boy's problem .Is to im- Early for the various Merry military "advisers" to certain to notice them. Let the come to realize that the phone expression of contrite lose far more than they have
cause they cannot afford to prove his father's economic Christmas signs around town. South Viet Nam or Invite parents call you three times to belongs to you. Thereafter they misery while explaining that any likelihood of winning'
pay more than t&a week rent. situation to that he can afford This would certainly appear Chinese participation In the come pick up the shoes before will be apologetic about asking they have never given you the That implies. If necessary the
Now if the minimum housing to rent a better house. more. realistic to those of us war by a serifs of bombing you hear them. Then say, to use the phone when yoa art opportunity to assume the responsibility bombing of North Vietnamese
code Is adopted, one of This, however, cannot be accomplished who are trying to keep the attacks upon the North Vietnamese "Were you caning me*' using It to play your record of being self-reliant railways ports, bridges power .
two things will happen. Either by an "anil busi Christ In Christmas and we should weigh months the collection to your best friend. If (they obtusely miss the stations and Industrial I
the landlord will fix a p ....." attitude on the pert of satisfy the needs of the merchants carefully the consequence After a few 4. Whea ordered to bathe, point and withhold the money, plants, inflicting substantial 1
wilt the shoe
the house, In which case he the present city commission as wellMADELEINE and prospects ol success. parents pick up that ,this always take the best towels.! make the parents feel guilty by civilian casualties. R Implies
must charge more rent; or majority-or by turning away THEOKTISTO J. The people of South VietNam Is themselves easier than reasoning shouting Do not bathe too thoroughly reminding them that tt was a willingness to tend as
have M confidence In your but merely wet the body enough their generation that producedthe many as eight American divisions
their government, and no tame four times. Once the to produce rivulets hi I Its atomic bomb. After putting to defend South VietNam
heart for the war Thus the parent Is conditioned to pickIng creases. Use the best towels them on the defensive explain if the North Vietnamese -
POTOMAC FEVER highly publicized reports of up the shoes without making to remove the streaks. Then to them that security is a new army of S3 000 respondswith

their desire. to win the struggle a scene, he win naturally splash water over the haft pair of stretch pants or a new a land Invasion. It
lly JACK WILSON Cowlea Washington Bureau are nothing but a m>th. take on other housekeeping room floor and mop it w'' transistor radio or whateveryou could Involve war with Chi
1 Even if U. S. sssaults upon chores connected with yoor towels. Throw the towels 1 need the money for na. .

Republicans believe there's a real danger the country may w'lnj up with aoneparty the north are successful, preserve and cease harassingyou your bed. In due time, the parents I Invent another set tf par.
aystem. And that's not all-guess which party! they will in no way bring I to pick up skirts left under win become less Wstent ents. Attribute them to Joe or WtY: TWO months sgo
peace and stability to Southeast your bed, soda pop bottles left about forcing you to bathe whet Angela Never let the parents In Manchester, N. H., President
Asia. In the shower stall, bicycle you would prefer to listen to IN in your own house forget these Johnson expressed these

Alf Landon wants Republican to atop their breast beating. Shucks, why X U the Chinese decide to chains left on the refrigerator, top 40. other parents. Whea the par- view about 'going North' la
take away their last mull plea-ure. They can't beat anything else. support the North Vietnamesearmy etc S. Never bide the eifarefet iota are intolerable, tefl them Viet Nam 'I want to be very
of 2SO.00It In an Invasion 1 l'.. the record player at In the kind of places parents things such a.. Angela. parents cautious and careful and ass
of South Viet Nam. we wouldbe all: times while In the house. ute to hide thinirs. You win are letting her stay out un.til tt only as a last resort when

The South African government has lifted Its ban on Hardy'n "Return of facing another Korea Acquire no more thta six know from experience what midnight" and "Cosh. Joe's I start dropping bombs around
the Native" and who knows, maybe next week it will even OK "Black Beauty.' Are we wilting to send ouryouth records and play them at peak placet these are. parents dnat cart V be baa a that are likely to involve
to die to what could volumn. starting l Immediately I When IISIIIC the parents' beer once In awhile." American linn ki a war la
only be a bloody and inconclusive after entering the home and car never practice a racing" In an eases, the Invented set Asia with 7W million Chinese
struggle leaving the shoes in the living So we are not going
getaway until you are *t of parents must be shows te
little chance that
There's Ruwla Red China will
and get together
Both And to make this room house. North and we are not going
supreme blocks from the have the teenage spirit A t
believe that old "
of them saying "Uu can't trust those Comnunkt! .
effort for a nation without the the south; we are going to continue
la a short while parents T. After using parent's dinner, for example tt la effective
leadership and far a war- win step saying. 'No!" when necktie or hotkry remote 4 to say, -Gee. Angela's to try to get them (the
weary people \lacking In faith you ask pennusioa to go out and leave tt la the doge or parents hates to the Beatles an South Vietnamese) to save
That wealthy womannrph.w who is charged with slipping poison Into her and a cause for which to If dealing with unusually obdurate "a favorite sleeping place day lone!" Being compared 10An&ela' their/ ewa freedom wita. tbtf
coffee very day may just have been trying to give himself a coffee break. fight! parents, hare three or 's will assure roe a parents win eventually ewe mea'The "

4. A land war with N e rtk four friends drop by and bring. fashionable! wardrobe turnover make ether parents Mmy Times fexjuires. moreover
Viet Nam and China Is unthinkable. their records Just before the to keep you b the style lore old and broken la spirit. t there Is to be a sew
French official blame high price for the alums in their tourist trade, butthat's The drain upon till bout whoa! the parents air- front of your grsu b this condition it is a man policy BOW and tf aa Asian
not the only reason. We dual hate to go way over there to get thane manpower and raourc t ewould natty: sit down to watch Lawrence 1 When ta need ol axwer task to reduce them to comDbtt war Is to be converted into
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(Continued From Page 1)) This confronts everybody witha of the Communists to use mill of the other Communist parties with Moscow ahead of the nuclear China was "entirely separ at." President de Gaulle's policies 'for different reasons opposl n g

within! their ownovernments. toil series of vicious dilemmas tary force for the political aim in the world, it is naturally op- integration of the Atlantic from the Soviet problems with but secretly share his attitudes I Washington proposals and

Agreement Washington does not of taking over that country It posed to any new effort to : the West about America. They .they have many sincere reasons

( officials seem to agree know what Moscow and Peking is challenging the Communist strengthen and unify the Miles The British and everybody The main question, therefore, would like to feel like Francein ;for doing 10, but they art also of

All. is a critical moment will do if It decides to expand policy of fighting what the Iin the Vest else who will listen are being lies with the Vest itself and 1 many ways but count on the ,hoping that Britain and the other 4.

'hat this affairs. the war from South Viet Nam Communists call national wars Accordingly the Soviet Unhm told here In Moscow that bringing this Is In some ways the mos U. S.Ilow. Allies will Join In their op. 1

a world that the Issue In- into t\mmunlst.held areas of or liberation At the same time I is now waging a major propa, the Germans Into the nuclear I disturbing aspect of any immediate President Johnson will position.
All agree Laos and Communist North the West react to all this Is the main President J 0 h nson' main
less than the risk U.S. Is also trying to avoid ganda effort against the nuclearthe integration of the Inquiry by an American

rolve nothing in Viet Mara Viet Nam. London does not further expansion of organiaztion of the West, and will stop the efforts to minimize,, in Europe. topic of conversation and speculation preblem Is time. He is being

)f a wider war war against know what Paris or Bonn will\ tlonal nuclear arms by bringing playing on European fear of the l the cold war, will embarrass 1 For the Western Allies\ though In all the capitals of urged to act booldly by what

,nd maybe even of policy In do if it accepts or rejects meU West Germany Into a carefully Germans and the divisions with. Moscow in its relations with! !they differ on many things, Europe. Nobody In Western Eu- Soviet officials here call a "bu-

:3ima; ; the future ; the con.trol .S. proposal for integrated nuclear controlled NATO nuclear force!In the Alliance in order to (the more aggressive Chinese I seem on the whole to be rea rope knows him well. They re- reaucratic lobby" but If be

;hlna and Germany and the defense of the West. under U.S. leadership and wreck the American nuclear and probably encourage the,sonably saUsified with the present spect his efforts to stop Communist acts too boldly and too fast, he DAat

of nuclear weapons the Integration The problem is not only that U.S. veto on the use of that,proposal. arms race.Western balance of power All or aggression In Viet Nam is almost certain to organize his

arms race; and of the Allan- nations disagree with one another force I in, particular, it Is hoping I diplomats In Alps' them are preoccupied with their and to block de Gaulle aepa- Allies and his opponents against t a.

or disintegration. about what should 1 be The fact that London Paris that the left.wing of the new cow, however, whatevr- they domestic problems and issume "atlst, nationalistic policies In him.
Uc community.Yet done but that the officials I of In France but they are fearful of I Few presidents have ever had iso
and fundamental and Moscow oppose these pollLabor government Britain think of the so-called American that the U S will runtime to
so complex Issues and so each nation obviously disagree cles creates a problem but does based on what la now privately multilateral force, or,defend them no matter what a larger war jn Viet Nam and face so difficult and so complex \u-

are the of the leaders about the wisest and safest policy not prove that Washington's called "The Three C's"Frank MLF. proposals and some they do.They they do not want to pay the political : a aeries of decisions soon

new are most take the ultimate to follow. policy Is wrong. Cousins, minister of technology: of them don't think much of agree that the Integra or financial costa of trying after so great an electroal victory rs

who Vat uncertainty itself These officials seem to be In Moscow Is obviously nppoiBarbara Castle, minister of them do not really believe tion cf the West, based on to Integrate the nuclear, and how he decides on in

decision, major factor in disagreement with other nations l Ing Johnson's effort to strengthoverseas/ development; anden that the Soviet military budge American power is largely responsible forces of the Alliance.In ;what to do and particularly on 'n.

bas become a dominates every and among themselves the alliance for the same Richard Crossman, minister of or Soviet relations! wl'h the for what security now this situation, the nations when to do It, will tell a great _

every capital and. about the war In Viet Nam and reason it has opposed every housing and local government Chinese will be affected ma- exists, but they think of the cold with the most definite policy :deal about his approach to the

conversation._0' fLO*IOA. the organization of the West other effort to organize the will persuade Prime Minister terially by US derisions on war as primarily an American the Soviet Union and France- terrible responsibilities of world I

IN 'HI CIRCUIT COURT CI eUIT IN AND because they have not resolved free world. Having failed to Harold Wilson when he goes either the M 1.F or Viet NAm. war with the Communists and have- the advantage They are Iffairs.Ad. .
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a .11 ..'_ 110155' N tl.lmli,., ,,, L.101 1 Ottomo...... .ol*Pronk'lnt butlnoM Rotrlforotlon Mor t""0 set of lnitlaJa MLP' is kick Who would control them* taking part In talks Include Italy share. Information leading to his discovery I,

IftT ,ISM. t1I1. Dr 0501.51 11n.II II. M.".. loll I oil Unlv" A.... Ooinoiylllo,, ing up a controversy in the A There would be an MLF Greece Turkey the Netherlands -- .
HALL CLU'. 00 III! chul County. Florldo. tatondo to "I Alachua County Sheriff
oslo OAK. lID sod ...., III hlrIIIY1,11I MW NII .... .... Mid" flctltloul nomo undor.. tho ,....1. North Atlantic Treaty Organlza commander separate from the and Great Britain Joe Crevasse said today,
.Court MIII MIN'MY Ch1.....'.. In 0A1.ch01 ... of Dt.4Il Iho Itoraiold 0.15011r10110a, $," Mill 13th lion. North Atlantic Treaty Organlza- Q. Who Is against It? C. E. Allen of I

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.'tlock. AM. Its forces But In time
1_ ., II: L. Otbomoinn in the own Its own- nuclear
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W... lID'.,on'p15110''' CIII" 10111001NKI.d .. OP INTENTION TOUTS handling of nuclear weapons, of war MLF would be an arm.I' and wants less European dependent i brother Everett Allen failed

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10 would be multinational
W c..515a' 0004 G..IIIII II, 1115 O.dI D.IIy ..... ufoi. ...... tt ........ 1''Ivon Mot mollgnod United States. Essentially, it is strongly against It. Brltlln'lnew visiting with a Fairbanks man I
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A. Alhu '
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DONI AND 00050/0 Ml. "Ib .555' 1I,1"1ou' n..... 00400 11. 'ow. them. Neither could any other Q. Why not use submarine.I
AI"hu' County' 9/0rid" .. of hi oforould, Itituo.Dilod deterrent. I 1RCONO probably would be unable to
a Nau.In11.. 1904. 01 ........111.| Plorldo Mo" UUy what the one country.Q. like the American Polaris subs'1A I' tent a car himself I 1
John A. M. MurOhrNCIr00N To help understand 1 Identify to strangersHe .
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1.1' of Novomoor A. O 1014.KANKLIN Why was this Idea devel- Too expensive Part of the \
JUII' P. OIIORN(3MI fight Is all\ about! here are some I CAR 1 was last seen wandering
(SEAL I ( > U,Ml 11 7, ,.. II. oped MLF idea Is to form a nuclear
"'11. 31IN and answers along the Monlotha Road about P
131'" basic questions ...
of the Allies have
JUDOI" COUITALACItUA 1005 ClIeUT COURT 0' P1.011A A. Many club for our allies with "dues' .399
TMI COUNTY COU..rvI. 110..TIt JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'N about MLF: :1- eight miles northwistof
AND POR ALACHUA COUNTY, I010ANCIRY long wanted greater participation low enough for them to pay. I
551 I.'.". II Q What Is MLFT In the nuclear deterrent On Ol' Inwronct An InclMM Gainesville, clad In a brown
Haw
MACK C. HILLo JO. IN II Q would MLF be tlnanced -
:
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PINAL 010(00501Or force of surface ships, such Communists In check The Unit, A. That Is still to be worked
I ISheriff's
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cONeIiN.Not'eI to
ALL WHOM IT MAY as freighters out Presumably all participants I
II hI'MY Adlsln0IlHrIt 51011,, 0400' VIC005IA II I5. IAmli Vlrglnll, *...kklondVw Polaris missiles with ru- against proliferation, or spread would contribute with the Unit O"ICI AT MANOR MOTH deputies believe Al : AU.E4Ii.
as .
PLOYD ...... R101dsoct u1515w0
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Iy 0.(51000 .. I.... 015 .00 0051 also Adml'INr01rlr '.. .... pitltlonoro OwljM S. loolniannd would be 25 ahtps A' destroyer Germany If It falls to get a r''!:.of. Mj'"O.
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,.. ......II...thI. PLOYS you.ou, oro..._roqulrod. Dr 0110511115 to Mrvo 10 o 015.5 copy 50050 of manned by a mixed crew re- build an Independent nuclear iY ,. ; '_ -" ( 'f t... ,
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'If Gainesville, Sun Monday November ... 1964
..- _ '__ _


l 1 ally, P A F i eI Churchill, Feeble But Healthy,






I Enjoys His Cigar, Brandy at 90From




Press Dispatcher Additional Picture dence this morning low." He finally turned away and
( P-1)
b LONDON Sir Winston What's Sir Winston doing": The frail old man was helpedto the celebration appeared at an

Churchill climbed out of bed on Elizabeth II was gven to him replied a secretary in responseto the window by his wife anda end. Suddenly, however, the curtains .

nA his 90th birthday today, creakyof first a question from one of the nurse. parted and Sir Winston
I ( tj 111 limb but sound of health. There were also messages reporters outside his home He stood for nearly three was again at the open window.

"He's very well," said Sir from President Johnson and ex- "Why he's trying to spend the minutes at the open window, Photographers sprang back into

t.. Winston's doctor and long per- Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower day quIetly-looking forward to brusquely rejected an offer of action and the crowd ot about

sonal friend, Lord Moran, and and Harry S. Truman. this evening. support from his wife at 0 n e 300 roared with delight. Then

I can tell you something else- Britain's Post Office Depart- That meant a birthday dinner point and smiled occasionallyas he was gone again.
r he still enjoys his daily cigar" ment estimated Sir Winston with members of the family the rain soaked crowd roar The good natured crowd Included 1

Lord Moran, 81, could have would receive a minimum of On the birthday eve, hun- ed its approval. many Americans. 1

added that Britain's wartime 60,000 greetings before the end dreds of wellwishers crowded Wearing green smoking j jacket Finally, a smiling and radiant
leader still enjoys his daily of the day.A outside Churchill's home near and bow tie, Sir Winston Lady Churchill opened the win

brandy. heavy caxe with the words Hyde Park to sing "H a ppy acknowledged the shouts by dow to say Sir Winston would

Sir Winston got up shortly be- "Happy Birthday" on it was I Birthday, Sir Winston" and waving frequently, sometimeswith not be back. "I'm saving him
fore noon. Assisted by a male wheeled Into the Churchill resi "For He's a Jolly Good Fel- both hands. for tomorrow," she explained.

nurse-for he Is very feeble-he

dressed slowly and went downstairs .> ,Nw.tMf' rY ,r,+r + Snq 4rAM t +r ''u' ,P.N1 7dj'O .. ,
at his London home to be f' vtj ,

greeted by his household. o ,s ,.u7 d

Earlier, Lady Churchill, 79, v .sr ; e, y,, { .
greeted him with a birthdaykiss

( Wlnphott to tnt Sun) and the light breakfast
which her husband always en-
Giant Cake for ChurchillThis Joys with the newspapers In


120-pound cake was presented to Sir Winston Churchill in London to- bed.Sir Winston faced the avalanche .

day on his 90th birthday. Scroll on front recalls Home of the statesman's gay- of messages and gifts
Ings. The cake id, two feet in diameter and eight inches deep. A rich fruit cakeis that poured In from all over the
beneath the decorations. world. A message from Queen




In The Labor Party's Monetary ,





i CapitolWASHINGTON Policies Spread II'Wil.le .. T' ;


(AP) The Jfrut fork Qltmra ing the election campaign, he and capital gains taxes next

l director of President Johnson'i BY M. J. ROSSANT asserted that Britain faced a April.
JI Financial crisis and attackedthe
predicts
antipoverty program ,
Instead of mollifying foreign
will be in full swing by January. NEW YORK Many neat Conservatives for falling I
and calculations about opinion, the Interim budget
tidy the
By that time, Sargent Shriven to meet It. He Insisted that he
made things worse. European
economic outlook both
on sidesof
would not hesitate to take the
said on NBC's "Meet the PreIS"Sunday
the Atlantic have been upset authorities felt that It did not
22 Job Corps camps by last week's sterling cri- steps necessary to defend the come to grips with the basic
will be under construction the pound. .
,
sis and the measures devisedto causes of the balance of payments
first camps will be open and up surmount it. He was correct In his diag- problem. The sterling

to 25,000 volunteers will! be en- In Britain, the new Labor nosis. But once In office Labor crisis moved towards a climax .
<
rolled. aided by Thomas Balogh 9A f AH
government must give up its with rumors that Labor would }
ShrIver said as many as 500- immediate goal of an annual and Nicholas Kaldor, Its two devalue the pound.
000 be affected Hungarian born economic advisers
persons may 4 cent increase In
per economic
o-
directly by the poverty programits growth. Priority has been made something of a But devaluation was not a
goulash of its realistic solution politicallyor
first year with millions cure.
placed on dealing with the def economically. Labor had
more affected indirectly. icit in the balance of Labor first proposed a tem-
payments .
been tarred with the stigma of CAP Wlriphoti to tti Sun
which means that less porary across the board In-
WASHINGTON (AP) Undersecretary emphasis can be placed on crease In tariffs on Imports devaluation in the past and Demonstrator Seized
was determined to avoid It
of the Treasury measures to stimulate domestic coupled with a permanent sub- devaluationwould ,
Moreover
Robert V, Roosa has resigned activity. slty for exports. Britain Is not again. ,
not have provided PlaInclothes Saigon holds "mourner" South Vietnamese in
any policeman as paratrooper rush to grab him
his effective Jan. 31 fort
post, In the United States, the the only country to rely on protectionist
\ long term cure for BrItain'sproblem. during Sunday's funeral procession which turned into an anti-government/ demonstration. Paratroopersseized
financial
personal reasons. moderate rise in Interest rates measures to
cope hearse and coffin in center background as pro cession turned into sltdnwn against the governmentof
f Initiated as a "defensive"measure with trade deficit. But Labor'swillingness
Premier Van Tran Huong. Procession was for 15-year-old boy whom Buddhist claim shot to death
WASHINGTON (AP) The by the Federal Re- to do so directlywas In retrospect, It appears that I. was
by forces last week's riots.
White House says some 4.75/ million serve 'may not have any immediate regarded with suspicionby Labor did not take full advantage government during

veterans will start receiving -' discernible impact on foreign officials, who felt of the opportunity .II I
their $224.5 million In CI business. But It Increases the that the British were seeking had In being able to Introducean

insurance dividends by the firs ,prospect of a slowdown in 1965. to solve their problem at the Interim budget It dissipated 'Can Computers Help Men Hoover
t of the year. Even before last week's rise expense of everyone else. Its chances by revealing its

Faster methods and equip: In Interest rates, economistswere Labor's next step was to In- future plans rather than presenting Out, SaysMagazine

ment have allowed speedier split over monetary pol- troduce an autumn budget Immediate measures,
payments of dividends which, icy. Some argued for Increased Partly In answer to foreign which was no more effective To Reason Together?

until recent years, were paid on rates to ward off potential criticism, It announced that It than a boxer who telegraphs
the anniversary date"Of Individual inflation while others claimed would Increase both Income I his punches. NEW YORK (AP) News-
policies. that tightening credit might i -.- By RAYMOND J. CROWLEY The U S. Supreme Court has thorough knowledge of the'week magazine said today that

About $210 million will be paidto hobble the expansion. WASHINGTON (AP) The' ruled state legislative districts process, technical help, com I President Johnson has decidedto
World War II veterans, the I This debate had been goingon World Founding Fathers, especially must be equal In population so puters and a conscience. replace J. Edgar Hoover as
remaining $14.S million to veterans within the administration Capitals rhomas Jefferson, would be far as practicable. This requires Conscience is, of course, ex- chief of the FBI.
of World War I. Policies of and the Federal Reserve. But I amazed,. hi fact, they probably much revamping of most state actly what computers lack; they I The White House promptly

Korean war veterans do not until Britain's desperation rise From the Sun wire services. would be shuddering. legislatures. have no emotions, no sense of denied It.
regular annual divI- forced the Federal Reserves I Jefferson, an exemplar of 18tn In Connecticut, the Democrats compassion. I "The President n ever heardof
dends.provide hand, the expectation was that UNITED NATIONS The Africans are still In danger in century enlightenment, was a control one house and the Republicans such a plan and never heardof
any Increase would be put off General Assembly opens Its 19th Congo. man who believed human reason the other. They were Stadium Rally such an Idea."

until next year. I annual session Tuesday with a LEOPOLDVILLE The as- If rightfully applied, could unable to sit down, reason together Fatal The magazine said Hoover
Girl Jumps Now, the administration and provisional agenda of 92 Items. sumption that the fall of Stan- solve great social and political and come up with a so- to.24 "has become a figure of controversy

Business will have to revise I SAIGON Demonstrators leyville would mean the end of problems lution. I JAUPA, Mexico (AP) A not merely to longtime

From Ship To their plans. Economic policy- and paratroops clash around rebel reslstence has proved What would he find today I The deadlock got so bad the crowd of 5,000 stampeded while eftish critics but among old
making I Ig never easy. But It coffin of Buddhist student; false; the airdrops were brll Statesmen beginning to abdicate' Nov. 3 election for the leaving a political rally In a admirers who wonder whetherhe

Cuba becomes especially diffic U11 I small band of agitators triesto lant military operations but reason's throne, beginning to,ture was canceled. The Iegisla.l.stadium Sunday, killing 24 per has forgotten the motto on
Escape when policy must be tailoredto turn funeral Into antigovernment the outlook Is that the war will turn their problems over to robots ,sembly Is holding ever sons and Injuring 33 others. his desk."

PALM BEACH Fla. International rather than domestic show of force. drag on for months. to computers.The I A three-Judge federal court, The crowd had gathered for a The motto, Inscribed on a
WEST ,
conditions LONDON Former prime I BEIRUT Arab states are trend if It can be calledone which has taken a great Interestin tribute to. Gov. Fernando Lopez small brass plaque' "Two feet
AP A Cuban girl Jumped
from( ) Havana-bound This is what the Brltlst are minister Churchill greets rain- expected to exert diplomatic was highlighted In Connec-I, the subject, finally appointeda Arias of Veracruz State. A on the ground are worth one In
a cargo
into the Atlantic Sunday up against To a lesser extent, soaked g r o u p of admirers; pressure In effort to get Vatican -ticut the other day. There the special master to come up speaker invited the villagersand the mouth"
ship"because I would have chosen so Is. the Johnson administration. major celebrations of his 90th to shelve document on members of the state legislaturewere with a reapportionment plan incase farmhands to escort the Hoover held one of his rare
death rather than return to birthday will be held today. Jews. faced with what might the legislature continues to governor to his residence and news conferences Nov. 18 In
almost Britain's Labor Party had BRUSSELS Congo force HONG KQNG Huge Peking seem a relatively simple problem take part In a dance festival which he told women reporters'hat
Cuba She picked
Immediately was by the up Coast come Into office convinced thatIt troops to return home Tuesday rally denounces U. S. "aggres though one of Immense i failWho Is the special master?I there. civil rights leader Dr.

Guard. could do away with the : government says 900 non- sion" In the Congo. importance. Morris S. Davis, director of the The crowd surged forward in Martin Luther King Jr is "the
,"stop and go" policies of Yale University Computer Cen excitement and Jammed up at most notorious liar In the coun-
Frail blonde Ana Olga Capes restriction and expansion pursued I ter His robots are green on the the gates, a woman stumbled at try." He also denounced the
tnny, 19, said "It was a spur of by the Conservatives. Its problem of reapportionment; the main exit others tripped events preceding President
the moment decision" She sal plans called for a moderatebut they have been laboring hithertoon over her and the crowd pan j John F, Kennedy's assassina-
she saw a Coast Guard cutler steady advance, accompa- such subjects as linguisticsand icked. ''tion.
and deckled to Jump while help nied by stable Interest rates. astronomy. But Davis expresses .

was nearby i Prime Minister Harold Wilson confidence they will
The cutter was observing the recognized that Britain's I meet this new challenge. How Show Dies Quietly

vessel Fundador, en route from shaky balance of payments position b* While Jefferson probably I
Montreal to Havana.. could cause trouble. Our k would shake his head over the
failure of men to reason together As New One Ballyhooed

he would be vastly interested

AMA New In computers. He was a great By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP spot It was renewed after a
Maps gadgeteer himself, an Inventor, I Television-Radio. Writer
NpI pretty good year in an early
I He would recognize at once NEW YORK (AP) One of Monday evening hour. ABC
that computers are only a sort the few traditions of network shifted it to
of extension of the human brain television is that the death of a Saturday, In an
hour which also
Medicare Fight cannot do anything the Is gave the net-
I They program never formally an work trouble last season"Hootenanny" _
brain cannot do, only they can nounced. It usually is reluctantly -
died
do It faster. Their output Is only admitted only when the there.
BAL HARBOUR, Fla. (AP) vide medical Insurance for the! as good as the material fed into placement Is heralded.re-

The American Medical Association elderly! through Social Security their maw.Computer. Over the program weekend It was, for the most part, a
ABC not I
meets today to try to cope passes, it will mean the loss men have an quiet and uneventful television I
I unexpectedly, announced
with an old enemy, medicare, of a long fight for the AMI I y adage "Garbage in, garbage a new weekend. Steve Lawrence
to fill its 7 304 and
program 30
: :
and an old fear, possible federal Officially, the AMA stand has out." pm. Julie Prowse
entry Into the doctor.patient been this: y Special master Davis does not spot on Saturday nights starting to were stylish and
Jan. 23. It used about 300 Interesting watch Friday
i
relationship.Three "Personal medical care Is
(intend to feed garbage in.
I' any words to extol the series, "The night In an NBC special Cordon
resolutions are primarily the responsibility ef:
reported "We hopehe said, "that we and Sheila
pending before the AMA !legislative the individual. When he Is unable will be able to deliver an objective -1 King Family" as "an !hour of MacRae were the
body, the House of Delegates to provide this care for nonpartisan system by music and fun" but not one bright spots In Ed Sullivan's
approaching
suggesting compromises''self[ the responsibility him-I the problem as one of word was spent on "The Outer I CBS hour Sunday night partcuhrry -
in the problem of providing'properly l pass to his family mathematics rather than politics Limits," a science: fiction anthology Sheila's devastating mimicking
medical care for those who have"[community, the county the ," series which win slip ef Carol dunning and
difficulty paying for It state, and only when all these I Suggestions have been made away quietly In the middle of|Barbra Streisand.Recommended.

The resolutions being offered I.fall, to the federal government, m other states too that computers its second season.
by delegations from Michigan and then only in conjunction I II' rush to the aid of states The demise of the program tonight/
California and the District of'with the other levels of govern men. which often featured weird I"Young Peopb's Concert"

Columbia, probably will be de- ment In the above order (A. ww..w.o. t, p.. aw Speaking about New! York, an 'characters from outer space Is CBS,7.>>-1.30 EST The New! .:
bated behind closed doors In I' "The determination of medi- official ef the National MunJci- an taterestinf subjtct for tpeco- York Philharmonic Orchestra:
committee sessions./ cal need should be made by the IIST Back in PublicFormer pal League said ""There If no lallon, particularly la a .... and Leonard Bernstein; The

The meeting comes against a physician and the determinationof reason way b the state of New when creatures from Other World *f Winston Qwr- '\
backdrop of observations that eligibility should be made al President Harry Truman made hU first public appearance after hU Yort a system of compact contiguous :space and ether worlds are (.1 chill" XBC M-il-aa
medicare in some form has its the local level with Incal administration release from a Kansas City hospital when ke dedicated a new bank owned by districts, wU balanced"vogue of the British statesman's exploration

best chance of passing the US and control The principle Mrs. Georgia None dray at Topeka. Mrs. Gray wu United States treasurer in In population cannot be set up It seems most likely, !however toterest in based
Congress this year of freedom of choice the Truman administration./ )Irs. Gray showed the 90-year old Truman a mural with'era a week time I. that The Outer Limits to ewe book painting and en ,\
If the medicare bin to pro should be preserved.1" depicting history of money that covered one wall ef her new suburban bank. I "i& it needs Is people wall aI'|'cue a victim of a tough time j Paul Scorwld.t narrated by
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8 Gainesville Sun Monday. November 30, 1964
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{ Prayers Finally 'Heard'By On Road Holiday Toll Mississippi Civil Rights


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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, end of an era that began 400 Tops 500By Organization Is Ruptured
-
-
--
"I never knew until today the years ago. It was then that the I
meaning of prayers I've been Most Catholics Pleased Council of Trent established THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
JACKSON, Miss CAP> The David Dennis assistant who had been shaken out ot
using ever since I was a little basic norms for the Latin Mass The nation's holiday death toll program
girl," said a St. Paul, Minn., that became outdated Sunday'With climbed quickly over the 500 united civil rights front In Mississippi director for COFO's Mississippi COFO because of questionable
woman after witnessing the use With Mass in Englishbrought the Introduction of the mark In the final hours of the has been ruptured.The Project, called a news loyalty to the United StateS

of English In a Roman Catholic .vernacular" said the Rev. four-day Thanksgiving weekendand Council of Federated Organlzatlons conference Sunday to deny re-
Mass.A 1I 1- Ralph Gorman, editor of the, neared last year's record Is no longer backedby ports that COFO will soon fade
HoonicrangFan
I
middle-aged San Francisco mostly favorable reac- The St. Paul woman, Helen Catholic Magazine, the Sign, total of S43 deaths its two biggest: richest, more away.
woman, after going through the Conrad, found the new Mass "the people can participate intelligently : Driving on most of the country's moderate members. "Absolutely and completelyfalse Clubs
tion.Most roads and "
same experience, commented, of the English Is pre- "very meaningful.* ...Instead of murmurIng endangered as rain highways and was NOW counted out of COFO are said Dennis.
"This Mass Is like scribed for in the a mumbo-jumbo of Latin, snow the National Association for the The denial came after a New
wrylyr new use people'sresponses APOneof
Australia
(
the northern half of SYDNEY,
The San Francisco woman, y pelted the
as Incomprehensible to them aHindustani. Orleans newspaper, the Times-I
Advancement,
doing Shakespeare in modern to the prayingpriests : of Colored people throwersIn
continent Hazardous the beat boomerang
who declined to give her name, Sunday
Picayune, said COFO had fallen
In the 17,500 and the Rev: Martin Luther
English. parish' driving warnings Issued I Is Steve Salidy, a naive
preferred the full Latin usage, were Sydney
A New York
City parishioner upon lean days financially and,
These were typical of the dif churches spanning America I saying, "I'm a converted Catholic speculated it will "cut down odaydreaming. n, For many states by the Weather..Kins Southern Christian Leadership also had attracted "a group of, of Yugoslavia.
viewpoints The reforms were authorizedby and feel about Bureau. Conference The current champion i Is
fering expressed by we strongly ." Mary Gibbons,, radical, Marxist leaning kids
some of the nation 45 million the Vatican's Ecumenical the old things." who attends St. Catherine ol The pace of fatal accidents I Officials of the NAACP and Frank Donnellan, a w h 1 11 e Au
whom local Negro leaders will
I Roman Catholics after attending Council last Dec. 4. The changes -Including In Siena church, added somewhat, increased somewhat in the wan SCLC were not available for tolerate." stralian.
I Masses Sunday In which "It's a terrific social act,"I many churches the optional sternly, 'It's going to force: ing hours of the holiday, as j r comment. no Dennis longer said he "White people seem far more
1 English was used for the first said the Rev. Luke O'Connell of,practice of having the priest Catholics to do what they have, weary motorists hurried to return I Remaining In COFO are the expects morevolunll't'rs Interested In the sport thin
the
r time Instead of Latin In about St. Anthony's Shrine, Boston.|face his congregation instead of been supposed to do all along to their homes. The death I Student Nonviolent Coordinating to Join movement aborigines," says Don nellan.
half the service.'A'crosscountry, "The people are now able to see,having his back to them follow and participate In the: toll was boosted by many multi- Committee and the Congressof next summer than duringCOFOs
hectic
spot check ". what was hidden before" (marked in large measure the Mass. ple death accidents Includingone Racial Equality summer program FOR IXPIRT
In which eight persons were this year.
killed Thanksgiving Day In SNCC: and CORE In the main, The Times-Picayune said the Tree Surgery

South Carolina. are made up of younger, more FBI had found that two of every .'fuRIR'C

I GI Defectors Had Ties With SovietWASHINGTON The traffic death total since ( passionate, more Impatient seven volunteers who came Into ,w.-,. '.*De''IIR'
members There have been '
p.m local time Wednesday was several the project had references to Worktt
a35 The 102.hour holiday ended l open policy conflicts Involving the FBI's subversive list and T....
(CAP) Two One was Vladimir Sloboda, a quoted the Central Intelligence with the CIA reports the de- at midnight Sunday. these and the more cautious some were well.known figuresin .........1
...
European.born U.S. soldiers native of the Ukraine, who Is Agency: fectori referred to by the CIA The National Safety Council NAACP the Communist party, .*G...1....
who defected to the Soviet Un- now 37. The other was Joseph' 'Two defectors from U.S. and the two who crossed over In statistics show the average dally COFO faltered after the rupture Dennis said he was "not "URiRe.M.JM

ion more than four years ago Dutkanicz, a native of Poland Army Intelligence units in West'the summer of 1960 are the traffic death total was 128 In shutting down Its Jackson aware of any people In COFO td4t
were disclosed today to have who died a year ago today at[Germany appeared to have same. the first nine months of 1964. headquarters for a week, but now who have a Communist .
had prior connections with the the age of 37. been given citizenship immedi-i Sloboda has made broadcasts The council keeps records of reopened on a curtailed basis a 'background" 20 N.W. 16lh A. PR a-2661
Soviet secret police. I Their defection was men ately, but both had prior KGB the the number of deaths on certain few days ago I Dennis said he knew of no one one ,ml, '" ICimemi
denouncing United States
The two, both World War II tioned two months ago In the (Russian secret police) connections weekend holidays, but does not ,-- ,
I and "has also written articlesfor
displaced persons, were stationed Warren Commission's report on and fled as a result of do so for the Thanksgiving
In West Germany with the assassination of President I Army security checks." the the Soviet press which follow" weekend because, It says, the PROPANELP.
US. Army units when they John F. Kennedy. The CIA did not Identify the Soviet propaganda line, the holiday period does not Involve i
crossed over to the Russians In discussing Soviet defection two defectors in the Warren re Army said. He now lives In much extra driving Wrap up your
1 Lvov a former Polish GA.s
city now
separately In the summer of procedures Lee Harvey Os,port. For a comparative purpose.
10. Their defection and Identities wald, Kennedy's assassin, had The Associated Press asked part of the Soviet Union. The Associated Press surveyedthe

were disclosed then but not defected to the Soviet Union after I the Army for their names and Dutkanici worked In a television number of deaths for a non- HOTTER THAN holiday shopping
their prior connection with the leaving the US. Marine! records. Now( two months later, factory before he died in holiday weekend of 102 hours, NATURAL GAS
Soviet secret police. Corps the commission report!the Army after consulting Lvov the Army said. Nov. 11 to Nov. IS A total of 468 Cook & Heat Water I

After their defection the Russians traffic The Associated fatalities were Press reported. Low Cost .with an HFC __
-- ---- -- -- I'I quoted Sloboda and l>ut- began

CHORDS I partly kaolin out as of saying revulsion they against acted!, I95L keeping the Thanksgiving records of deaths holidays during In FR 6.5110 Shopper's Loan l f 1.D

L'2 plane flights over the Soviet! ,I Ceo.r. tv..,..... .n r.u' list with
Union. This was shortly after t
In HfC Shipper's Lees th.p
:' Francis Gary Powers was shot FlOKNFOODlOCKEt.ciirrasi 1 i FREEZER LOCKER with caah1 just
And Discords\ down over the Soviet Union wh.r.peuhewe.h.rseceeeuntiAe.ld I ii"ananywhere
while on i t'J night. RENTALS
i .J-;
big January klllt, rapayc.imnl.nlly.
BY VERE RICHARDS \ The Army supplied no detailson lHt errew sent|.
: how, where or when the two BEEF FOR HOME ......., Iran NFC.
r men had had connections with
The University of Florida De, Sing" by Kirk, the combined I Drum" and kept the wonderful ,the Soviet secret police. r FREEZERSFINANCING
partment of Music presentedthe groups, shone, assisted by Mel- rhythm of the number with all] I Borrow up to $600
University Choir, Elwood J colm Kemp and Dan Bowles, the singers helping. It was lmjpressiVe Its summary, furnished to Take up to 24 months to repay

Keister, conductor, and the, trumpets, Tom Stidham, Mar with many men singing I The Associated Press, said Slo- {fR 2.5351 I.
men's and women's glee clubs vin Abbot, and Mike Samb all, for the drums and the girl's;boda was born In Podkamlcn In ] AVAILABLE A._ ....ul r.dit. lit. ln,ur,"". ... "Ian..t Ieu. sass
Guy B. Webb, conductor, In an, trombones, and Pat Kennedy, voices carrying the words of the the Ursine and during World
excellent "Christmas Conce f timpani little drummer boy War II was sent to Germany as HOUSEHOLD'

Tuesday evening In the Auditorium The combined efforts worked The "Heritage of Freed o m" a forced laborer. After the war McCALLUMWHOLESALE : FINANCES
packed with enthusiastic very well, each performed while he spent time In a displaced
listeners, and hundreds ol f: the other rested until the end, (Finale), by Russell Danb u r g, persons camp In Germany, emi- lionel
radio listerners besides. when everybody got in the had one of Its most Impressive grated to England, and then rooo lOCKItj N 107 W. Unlvorslly Ave., 2nd Floor
giving settings, with I over 100 fine returned to Germany where he PHONE '''nkll"4524
The men sang first, ,: play and gave a mighty climax,
Nystedt's "Cry Out and Shout" all In time and order and excellent voices, the rich baritone of enlisted in the US. Army In 504 N.W. 8th A...
and I Marshall Thomas, Patricia Mitchell 1053.
with vigor and enthusiasm concerted tone. I
on the organ, Lee Otto .
balancedIn I .
still managing to keep "Four Carols" by Burt, were at the piano with E I wood
their parts.Male Edvard Voices"Grleg'l"Album fol,I well sung, with Lee Otto st the Kessler conducting witht h e I Earl C. May II
for
piano but we missed somewhat the words of John F Kennedy, RiprtMiitinf
lowed, "I Laid Me Down to I the stirring thrill of the brass "Let us go forth to lead I h eland The Itjuitobl. Lift AiRironctSocl.rv TRAILWAYS IS MILES AHEAD IN
with Marshall Thomas of m. Unlt.d Stout
Slumber a; This with Webb conducting. we love." It was tremen- .... I
singing the solo H. on>t. New y"k, N.Y.
baritone, Elwood Keister took over the doubly done and the audience! '
richness, I FR 2-3576
with smooth flowing : baton for the "Carol of ,the, applauded! It tremendously I ._
and Ising to Intensity on_ top .. 'Modern
notes and keeping his diction''
perfect there, too. His solos In I' COLORCOLORCOLORSENSATIONAL
the other numbers of the album rrkfr1c1
were equally fine. He Is just''

touching his full power and has Thru-Liners
I

s much wee p greater than Is Interpretive yet coming i 99C >)

through, but his singing was excellent ,


The "Children's Song" was jiiMinrrpiurn atsst
Coast-to-Coast
well done as was "The Great PORTRAITOFFER
'
White Host" The last number,' *m&
"Rotnams!Knut" deserves special -
praise. Conductor Webb :
was at his best throughout.I I DEC. lit thru5th
The University Choir gave a
pe formance of great earl t yl

Including the" "Twelve three Days mixed of quartetsIn Christmas -II 5 DAYS ONLY! {, t r


Randall Thompson's "Alle-' 1(:r I y 1 '!.

luia" was unbelieveably varied, j +
but still rejoicingly worshipful! '

Both the Palestrina number and 8" 10"i I + .
x
Berger's "Glory be to Cod",'
were Impressively big and effective
and the Mexican folk
tune, "While Angels Sing," was OIL COLOR r t

unusual and fine.TheWomens I 3 Co 1
Glee Club, directed ,
by Webb, presented a'' Bust VljnerttPORTRAIT :

"Ceremony of Carols." by Ben-

jamin Britten, six widelydiver
sified songs, sung In "Middle Ah ti
English" but wholly understand,
able. The first and last numbers
were very high in pitch, but bandied -,
with ease and thrilling
tone. "Balulalow" featured a '
soprano solo by Sandra Abner, :: '
singing with tonal beauty and
much sympathy. "In Frees I n g ,
Winter Night" presented Jeanne Er.
Marcus soprano and Cheryl d0i" '1
Corsuch, Contralto, both excellent 4 rw wrer.ne, IAa au) IACI. 11111.I _
voices to a delightful num-I POtTIAITI a.e -
tosser
IIIIUIOO: npasutrr
with Britten In top form, I No
her aswtaoc change of but or baggage on Trail-

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Monday, November 30, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7


fm o EH f lilBfflniiiy News of Special Interest Calendar



I To the Colored Community Of EventsMONDAY


THE News items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News'
f I editor by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send November 30 TUESDAY, November 1 I 14th Street.
items directly to the Sun office. Madrigal Dinner. > Concertof Tea honoring Miss Betty I Dinner complimenting Miss

Pimeril trrmtifrwith, ruse mill)Mil" will be low* w Ptge L the Gainesville Woman'sClub Pound, brldMlect of Alvin V. I Betty Pound, and her fiance,
7pm. Club house, West
Alsobrook
Alvin V. 7 pm,
Ruth Weimer Women's Editor I PLANS MEETINGThe Jacksonville, and well known NOTICEAll University Avenue. Alsobrook, 4 to S p.m., Mrs. I Mrs. Frank Becker Mrs.
NAACP will hold Its Harry C. Duncan, 2620 SW
mass I here will make her second appearance
Chandler and Mr. and
meeting at the Ml Carmel members of Ushers' BoardNo. TUESDAY December 1 Eighth Drive, Kirkwood. Hugh
Bap before the Ted Mack !
tint Church Dec. 1 at I 1 of Spring Hill Baptist Concertof Mrs. Harwood Dolbeare, at
p.m. Amateur Hour Talent Scouts Madrigal Dinner
Pre-Nuptial Party The guest speaker will be! where she will once again display Church are requested to meet the Gainesville Wom a n's Miscellaneous shower feting the Chandler home, 205 NW
Rev. F. L. Plnkcrson of at the church today at 7 p.m. Miss Kay Nelson, bride-to- 22nd StreetTHURSDAY
Ocala,, the qualities of her Club, 7 p.m., Club House,
I on the occasion. or voice. Early In the superl.I'Rufus Moss, president; Lillie West University Avenue. be of Ronald Wiggins 8 December 3
The members and other Interested Miss Klghtower made her debut Bell Riley, reporter. Gainesville Junior Wom p.m., Mrs. Don Hester and ,
friends are Invited to bepresent. Treas- Mrs. John McCarthy at the Luncheon feting Miss Betty
before this of judges an's Club "Christmas
group
For Miss Bergman former'i home, 2 NW 29thStreet. Pound, bride-to-be of Alvin V,
4
at the George Washington Hotel ury of Breads" Show, 2 to
Alsobrook 12:30 Mrs.
PERSONALSMrs. .Center : p.m.,
in Jacksonville. p.m., Utility Operations .
I Latham Davis at the Davis
Miss Ilona Bergman bride. ert Kamerait, Mrs. L. E AILING AT HOME Interested In a career in Mu- Vassle L. Campbell attended 555 SE Fflth Avenue. WEDNESDAY, December 2 home, 715 NW 23rd Street.

elect of Joseph Ernest Pat k. Grlnter and Mrs. Frank The following persons are all- sic Miss Hightower is a Music the 95th session of the WEDNESDAY, December Z Miscellaneous shower honorIng .

.er of Cocoa Beach, was com Greer. Pouring coffee were ing at their homes: Rev. A. L, major at Bethune-Cookman College East Florida Primitive Baptist Chapter I, P. E. 0,1 p.m., Miss Beth Meadows, fian- Great Gift Idea!
plimented with a coffee given I Mrs. Wilson Boozer, Mrs. W. Jordan, a former pastor of( Mt in her sophomore y. a r. Association at the S t. Luke Mrs. Marshall p. Walk ins, GIVE HER A WALTON
Saturday morning A. Little, Mrs. Clifton Hill Herman Baptist Church, Tom; With this opportunity treads on ,Primitive Baptist Church at 1115 NE Third Stieet. cee of Shelton Boyles, 8 p.m., BELT VIBRATOR
by Mrs. Richard Schmidt at and Mrs. Paul Martin. Mathals, Ned McClendon, and I the success she hopes for in the Hollywood, recently. M r a. F. Lula Tompkics Club, Christ Mrs. James L. Sanders and CHRISTMAS!
her home. Assisting with the hospitalities Mrs. Estelle Knowles. future. 'Shannon, reporter. mas 3 MasonIn Mrs. Lawrence McGlynn at THIS
program p.m.
were Mrs. Walter Kyle, After completing this second the Sanders home, 3913 NW : WATCH
North. Main Street.
the hostess In the i Temple
Assisting audition she will Miss Minnie Starke, of Cocoa,
where In sing
Mrs. Frank Pac Mrs. George
her CONTINUES ILL I Mrs. Emma Lee Ennis, host HER FACE
courtesies were daughter, .
Is in Gainesville.
for the of the Ted visiting
producer
.
Crutcher and Mrs Freeman.
Rev.
J. S. Shannon, local min 1
Miss Vikl Schmidt, and Mrs. ess. CHRISTMASMORNING. I !
Charles Freeman. Mrs. J. 0. Parker of Ocala, ,inter, Is still 111 In the Veterans', Mack Show, Robert Bod way. I Mr and Mrs Robert, Ford Eight O'Clock Club, Unl. Co n \' \;
grandmother of the b ride Hospital at Lake City The final test will come as she and Jim all of Peters- Newcomers 8 ... '
the door son, SJ.( versity p.m.,
Greeting guests at elect, and Mrs. Robert Ran- I appears on the coast to coast i i"
were Mrs. Charles Llppol d t, som Oklawaha, great-aunt CONTINUES ILLJ. Television Shows to compete burg Thanksgiving, were visiting Day. here on Clubhouse. W e 11 NewberryRoad. MODERN ,, :

Mrs. Walter Stewart Mrs. of the bride elect, were out Franklin Jones Sr., well with talent from all areas of University City Bridge Club,
Robert Davis and Mrs. Pat of town guests.A known citizen Is still 111 the country. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Knowles, this
,
at the! 7:30: p.m., UF Faculty Club,
Cowles of Lakeland,
gift of silver was presented of Miami, whose visit here for
home of Miss Alva Jones, his I West Newberry Road. WATCH
The receiving line Included to Miss Bergman by the daughter. HAINESWORTH NEWSIn the past two weeks was pleasant winter l 41'with
Miss Bergman, Mrs. Paul hostess. Memoriam left yesterday for their J THURSDAY, December 3 j
Bergman, mother of the hon. The Bergman. Parker nuptials YOUTH FORUM SET In loving memory of our dear home. University Agrl cultural l I HER FIGURE

oree, and Mrs. Schmidt. will be solemnized Jan The Youth Forum will be held I Mother, the late Mrs. Sylvia Miss Bessie Cooper and Women's Club, Christmas FROM

Pouring punch were Mrs. uary 2 at St. Augustine Chap at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Scott, who departed t h I. life Miss Annie M. Long, both of Tea, 3 to 4:30: p.m., UF Faculty THEN ON! ;

John...R. Ha'r.r.on.! Mrs. Rob_ el.WilsonGreenhian. Church on Dec. 2 at t p.m. Nov. 27, 1957. Alberta Pittman, Atlanta, Ga, are guests of MissCooper's Club, West Newb r r y PHILGAS
There will be a discussion of Bessie McCray, Luther Scott, relatives In Gainesville Road. i iThe
the; .theme: "Choosing Your Ora Scott, Rev. R. Scott, Ray for two weeks. Mothers' Club of the University Enjoy uniform heating, cook Ideal well
II I Life's Partner mond Scott, Sgt. Olin Scott, Ar- I Miss Mary Baker, of Ocala, Woman's Club, 2:30: to tasty meali, refngerot., foods wIth la keep trim

The Rev. W. M. Ferguson, mond Scott and Joe Scott, Jr. passed through Gainesville yesterday 5 p.m., Mrs. Robert Myers, times have, ample, AT hot LESS water EXPENSE at all no effort VlrtuIII Oft ,.

SARASOTA Dr. and pha Lambda Delta, SI i ma pastor of Mt Pleasant Methodist The children. en route to Jacksonville. Coclough Hill.Gainesville THAN NATURAL GAS OR your wit
Mrs. Reaves A. Wilson of Tau Sigma, student tutoring Church, will be guest. Samuel Simmons, of Tampa, Chapter 44 OES ELECTRICITY.
Sarasota announce the engagement society, the UF Symphony Orchestra speaker. CHIEFLAND NEWS passed through Gainesville yes- 8 p.m., Masonic Temple
of their daughter, and la president of The public Is Invited. Ia Memorlam terday en route to Alachua. American Association I of Full ApplianceInitiation
Miss Martha Frances Wilson, Alpha Chi Omega sorority. In memory of the late Phillip Miss Mae Joiner and Miss University Women Morn I In g Service The whole family will enjoy
to John Alfred Greenman, son Miss Wilson received t h ePresident's SLATES MEETINGThe Bule, who died one year ago Mercedes R. Lee, both of Tampa Bridge Group, Mrs. J. A. I ....'' '' '' using th. Walton Belt Vibrator.
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today. Florida M. Watson, sister were guests here yesterday.Mrs. They'll Look Better Feel Better
of Professor and Mrs. John Citation for scho- Juvenile Lodge No. 113 Humphreys, 3459 NW Twelfth
Roosevelt Gr. e nman of'' lastic excellence.The will hold its meeting at the ; and Eddie and Clark Bule, Lea and young son are Avenue. I I Live Better .Naturally!

Gainesville.The bridegroom elect was home of Master Clarence Fox sons. visiting at Jacksonville. Reception for delegates and 'i. -AND $7950

wedding will be solemnized graduated from Gainesville Jr., of 1015 NE 26th Terrace. guests attending the UF Caribbean IT'S ONLY
May 29 at First Metho- During the meeting, names Conference, 5 to 6
dist Church, Sarasota. High School and the University will be drawn for the Christ AG Women's Club I p.m., Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne 5 ,1/
The bride elect was grad of Florida. He Is a seniorat mas party, and the membersare Reitz, President's Redden c e _.':' ."AIi

uated with honors from Riv- the U.F. College of Law. urged to be present 2151 West University Avenue.Woman's i
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ervicw High School, Sarasota, He is a member of PI Kappa All dues are to be paid in Christmas Tea SetUniversity I
and will be graduated from Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, legal full for the year. INC.
Club
the University of Florida In fraternity and John Marshal r\
April. She Is a member of Al- Bar Association.The TO APPEARThe Card 12 S.W 1st ST.
Agricultural Mrs. M. W. Emmel, Mrs. Nathan PartyIs
choral group of Lodge No.
Women's Club Christmas tea Gammon, Mrs. P. E. Phone 37653"92"Horn.
113 will appear In the program BenefitDecember
_ -Ambrose-Madsen I today at 8 p.m. at the Emanuel will be held at the UF Faculty Logging, Mrs. A. P. L o rz,
Baptist Church In the anniversary Club, West University Ave- Mrs. C. K. Madsen, Mrs. S. 11 has been set Cp.r.tid for 27 Years
of Choir No. 2, nue, Thursday from 3 to 4:30: P. Marshall, Mrs. F G. Martin as the date of the Gainesville At the Sam Location" YOimlMKJONAi. HAIkUCy
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ambrose brideelect was graduated The public Is Invited. p m. Co chairmen for the Mrs. A. Martinez\ Mrs.T. Woman's Club winter bene-
announce the engagement from Gainesville High School party are Mrs. A. H. Krez- C. Matthews, Mrs. F. W. fit bridge and canasta party.
of their daughter, \Miss Cynthia where she was a member of the CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. dorn and Mrs. J. S. Shoemaker Mead, Mrs. N. E. Mehrof, Play will begin at 9:30 a.m.

Jean Ambrose, to Rees band. Pleasant Meth o d I 111 Mrs. P. V. Rao, \Mrs. I. J. at the club house, West University
Low Madsen, son of Mr and Plans have been made for a ,Church School, (;30 a.m.; morning Christmas decorations will Ross, Mrs. 0. C. Ruelke, Mrs.D. Avenue. What Santa'sGiving

Mrs. Clyde Madsen.. The bridegroom electwas I worship, 11 a.m.; and evening be made under the directionof A. Sanders, Mrs. $ack Mrs. William L. Ganong Jr.
graduated from Tucson I II worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. and Savage, Mrs. S, S. Schrank, and Mrs. James gammageare w
T. Manley
W.
High School, Tuscan. He attended I M. Ferguson, pastor. Mrs. Mrs. A. L. Shealey, Mrs. R. co chairmen for the affair I
and \
I the University of Florida and Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- Mrs. S. E. Grigsby. Toys K. Shou/altcr, Mrs. L. A. with all proceeds goingto I

I has served four years In the ;Sunday School, 9:30 a.m,; morning gifts for the Horn Marcus e will FaggChildren's be Sims, Mrs. Grover Smart Jr.. the clubhouse equlpm e n t Mrs. Claus. .:*10-. I" .
Mrs. A. A. Mrs fund
I worship, 11 a.m.j and evening Straughn,
U. S. .
Navy.December 1 worship, 1:30: p.m. Rev. H.Kinsey brought by the guests and R. K. Strickland, Mrs. K. R. Mrs, Thomas N. Wells is In
16 wedding at ,the pastor.Friendship placed under the Christmas Swlnford, Mrs. A. N. Tissot charge of tickets for whicha

Baptist Sunday tree. and Mrs. A. C. Warmke. $1 ticket donation is asked.

br Was C. ".,,11" Smith BOB'S School, 9 30 a.m.; morning worship Honorary members of the STYLE.MATEtDeluxe
11 a m.; and evening worship Agricultural Women's Club

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Then ore about a dozen "legal A delightful Kyle worship, 7 p.m. Rev. WalterS. Christmas music. Others assisting And zigzagstitching -
holiday, but only three or emus 1 White, pastor. with party arrange- is a
four Imply feitivlty and good, looltlni ML Carmel Baptist There ments are: Mrs. Fred C. Ac- dreamt I Do

grooming, taster Lit, N.ul.. lay Yiar'i: Christmas and loiter popular in the will be mid week Meditation ree, Mrs. G. H. Blackmon, WASHERS DRYERSMAYTAG'S buttons, button.

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women moffllOILB Sigma Nu Nassau Vacation i Calendar Bridge Club-Notes EBy {


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ChristmasEvents 'f-: Events \LPII H. BLODGETT Mrs J. M. Trimmer with 63

Six tablet of duplicate
bridge players came out Wednesday The club will meet again on

THE f Sells. 1 Ul TODAY, November 30 evening for the fractional Wednesday at 7:30: p.m, it

Madrigal Dinner Concertof master point game of the University Faculty Clubon

the Gainesville Woman's the University City Bridge West Newberry Road. All!

Club, 'I p.m. Club house, West Club at the University Faculty Interested bridge players are
Ruth Weimar Women's Club. The
Editor
University Avenue. average! score
Invitations have been extended Invited attend
to and
was 60 match for I com
December points
TUESDAY 1 j11
by the IT Chapter ol pete.If .
Sigma Nu fraternity to a reception Madrigal Dinner Concert pairs.
Dr. Pareja SpeaksFor honoring George Ml- of the Gainesville Worn a n's writer Harry C first Boardman and the
won place In the
lam of Jacksonville, out Club, 7 p.m., Club House,
West University Avenue North-South direction with I you are baking I custard !In
standing1 alumni, and Mrs.
score of 774 match
points. custard set In alumi-
an
Gainesville Junior i Wom cups
Milam
on Friday evening at Mrs. Herbert Stern and Rob-
the an's Club "Christmas Treasury num pan of hot water, add a
house.
chapter
Junior WomenInternational Breads" ert W. Jones were second tablespoon of vinegar to the
of Show 2 to 4
The honor
Is char
guest a with
65'4 and Mr. and Mrs
{water the
surrounding custardto
p m Utility Operations Cen-
ter member of the chapterand D. R. Frazier were third I
ter. 555 SE Hill Avenue prevent discoloration of the
Affairs Depart. an's Club last has served as financial /i with (2h.Mrs. .
was
represented B'nal Israel Sisterhood, pan.
uenl of the Gainesville Junior. June In Washington at a Sister chairman of the fraternity for Board Meeting, I p.m., Education Robert W. Jones and
Roman's Club will present tile City conference, sponsored by the past 40 years. Cent'r.WEDNESIMY. Mrs Harry R. Warfel led the Great Girt fdeaf

,rogram Thursday featuring: the American Municipal Ass o- The reception will follow December t East-West pairs with a score
vest speaker Dr. Alfredo Par. elation. the annual reading of Charles Chapter I, P. E. 0.. I p.m., of 72 match points. S e coed GIVE HER A WALTON
; professor of History and Dickens' "Christmas Car went to Mrs. John Benson BELT VIBRATOR
ja Mrs. Marshall 0 Walk In",
Political Science In the field ol After the conference, It was 01" by Dr. Lester U Hale. 1115 NE Third Street. and Mrs. Tom Hagler with I THIS/ CHRISTMAS/

!Latin American studies. believed Gainesville could fur-! This reading, which is open Lula Tompkics Club, Christ. 654, and third to Mr and WATCH
ther the Image of democracy by la the will take
public
placeat
will discuss the r
Dr. Pareja mas program, 3 p m., Masonic
affiliating with HER FACE
a
foreign city
Dominican Republic, Its history 7:30: p.m. in the University : Temple, North Main Street
with which the club could cor-| Auditorium. Co CHRISTMASMORNING. r "
and current political and cub Mrs. Emma Lee Ennis, host. I '
respond and exchange Ideas. Dean Hale will read the C- .
aural situation with special em- carol ess ... .
Because of the proximity
jhasis on Santiago, Gainesville's for its thirty first pre- Eight Clock Club, University MODERN >
Santiago was chosen from a ;C<
sentation on campus by Sigma Newcomers I
Sister City. p.m.,
list of suggested cities, and In
Nu traditional eventof
as a Clubhouse
The Gainesville Junior Worn- October, the City Commissioners the Yuletide] Season a rti r Road. West Newberry this 4'WATCH
passed a resolution naming w A '
University City Bridge! Club,
[Santiago as Gainesville's SI I I-! Mr. and Mrs. I.. J. Thomat Jr. back
Fashion ShowWednesday ter: are from a 7.30 p.m., UP Faculty Club, winter
City.
A recent cruise to Naiwau aboard the SS Bahama Star. West Newberry Road.

Before coming to Gainesville, The Thomanes enjoyed shopping at the native straw T1UIUSDIY, December 3 .ilh HER FIGUA .
Dr. Pareja was Professor ol market awlmmlnn at the famous beaches and seeIng University Agrl cultural l FROM

History of World Culture at the f dPf the Bahamian night clubs.Church Women's Club I ChristmasTea PHILGAS THEN ON!

In Ocala Central University of Quito, 3 to 4:30: p.m., IT Faculty I'TM
Ecquador, vice director of the, Club, West New b e r r y
.
OCALA The Children's Inter American Institute o I TUESDAY November 1 CirclesTUESDAY Road. fnoy| uniform hooting cook Id..l way
Home Society Auxiliary of Political Education In Costa Mothers' Club of the University ta.1y.al.. ., rtfriocrat foods, .to be.p Irlm.I0 ,

Ocala will present a fashion Rica, and a member of the Tea honoring Miss Betty Woman's Club, 130 to I times have .....pl., AT hot LtSJ water EXPENSE of all noflat virtually snr

show Wednesday at Golden Congress of Ecquador.Dr. Pound, bride-elect! of Alvin V. December t I Circle 6, Mrs. Alice\ Clapp S p.m., Mrs Robert Mjers, THAN NATURAL GAS OR it an. d
Hills Turf and Country Club. Pareja is also a novelist Alsobrook, 4 to 6 p.m., Mrs [First Methodist Church WSCS Brown, 321 SW 13th Street, Coclough 11I11.Gainesville I ELECTRICITY

and hai written the only comprehensive Harry C. Duncan, 2620 SW I.JO a.m., Circle 4, Bethany and Mrs. Harold Bach man; Chapter 44 OLS: .1 full Appli....
Proceeds of the fashion history of Ecquador. Eighth Drive, Klrkwood Room; Circle 7, Mrs. David T, Wll- 1 p.m, Masonic Temple I
show win be used for the< Coffee will be served at 1.15 10 a.m., Circle I, Mn. Hams, 3100 NW 1st Avenue, American Association 1 ol Is.t.Itcis S."I. The whole family will enjoy|
charitable needs of the Mi* a m. with Mrs. William Woodbury Miscellaneous shower feting Mamie McLaurln, 1928 NW and Mrs. J. S. Shoemaker. University Women Morn In. pare NC t5Tat.0Taatl using' the Walton Boll Vlhrttor.

Florida Division of the Chidren'i as hostess. Miss Kay .Nelson, bridetobe First Avenue; Circle 2, Mrs.C. 3 p.m., Circle I, Church Bridge Group, Mrs. J. A.I I : 1 h.fll Leak Boner, Fist Batter,
Home Society.A I of Ronald Wiggins, I A. Boyd, 1502 NW 16th Parlors. Humphreys, 3139: NW Twelfth I Live Beittr Nilunlly!

Brunch Showing is to be Mrs. HawkinsTo p.m., Mrs. Don Hester and Terrace; Circle] 3, Mrs. J. N. 830 Circle Avenue. I AND $fft50
12 Serving
I Anderson Jr.. 27M SW Fourth pm Reception for delegate and IT'S ONLY
given at 11 a.m. and a Champaign Mrs. John McCarthy at the Room (Covered dish .
Showing at I p..m.Rheinauer' former's home, S NW 29th Place: Circle I, Mrs. George birthday I supper for guests attending the UF Caribbean i i
Make Strtet. Newell, 2045 NE Ito Avenue; party Conference, S to 1 ...,I""
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will show formats Circle 6, Mrs. J. C. Adkins Jr. Preacher); p m, Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne I ... 4 AIt
and cocktail dresses anda Official VisitMrs. WEDNESDAY, December Z 533 NW 32nd Street; Circle 7. a p.m., Circle t, M ra. Rcltt President's Residcn e. I J
complete wedding. Malay- Mrs S. L. Tucker, 2040 SW James F. Hcntgei. 1915 NW 2151 West University Avenue. I I I i.1
Miscellaneous shower honorIng
ers will show coats, suits and Virginia Hawkins of 42nd Avenue. Sits Avenue, and Mrs. Donald Junior Woman's Club Business INC
The Pro Miss Beth Meadows, fiancee Circle 8 Mrs. Louis Reddick, Circle 10, Mrs. VIrginia I 30 Club
lingerie. Shop at Jacksonville will make her official 3 p.m., meeting. a m.
of Shelton I
Golden HUli will show sports/ visit to the Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. James L Boyles Sanders pm.and, Tatom, 4421 Newberry Boulevard Allen, 1715 SW 33th! Ter- House, West University Avenue 12 S.W. lit ST.

wear. Mrs. whit Palmer Jr. to Veterans of Foreign I Mrs. Lawrence McGlynn at ; Circle I, Mrs. J. F race, Circle 11, Miss Lilly I I l Phone 376.5392

will show Doncaster ensem Wars Post 2811 on Thursday at the Sanders home, 3913 NW Cooper, 2140 NW Third Place, Carter, 209 NE Boulevard FRIDAY, December 4
bles. Ocala Jewelers will dis- I p.m. at the Post Home, Wal 14th Street. Circle 10, Bethany Room, Circle Apt. I and Mrs W. H. Me- Sigma Nu Fraternity Annual -
play jewelry ranging from do Road. Dinner Miss I U, Mrs. Frank Surface, Dowel reading of Dl I ok e as' "Hoim CM"'.' In 21 Y..nAt
complimenting 730 Boulevard. "Christmas Carol," by Dean th. lm. IMIIIM"
In
$50 to $50,000 value. Trinity Methodist ChurchI
Pound and her fiance
Mrs. Hawkins Is the sixth dis- Betty I 7:30 p.m., Circle 12, M.s Lester L Hale, 7:30 p m.
Tickets are $3 each and can trict presldenL Alvin V. Alsobrook, T p.m., W. H. Cartwright 1128 NW I .30 a.m,, Faith Circle, at University Auditorium, open
Mrs. Frank Becker Mrs I Church, Friendship Circle I ,
be purchased from any of the 24th Avenue. to the public. Rl'ceptionInn
A social hour will follow the and and Mrs. Jake
stores from Hugh Chandler Mr A. Mallard, 1103
participating oring George Milam of Jack.
Harwood Dolbeare at First Lutheran Church NW 36th What Santa'sGiving
meeting. Mrs. Drive .
Auxiliary members, and also aonville, Immediately following
LWMU Chrlstm 11
the Chandler home, 205 NW I p.m., University lulhrran
will be available at the door. at the Chapter House,
all circles,
I 22nd Street.THURSDAY. party-meeting, parish Church Womeai
In..itaUon.Junior
By .
Scrub small or medium iuo December I I hall. i 1 p.m., Christmas party, W o man', Club, r ,
chlnl in cold water and dry. Cut First Baptist Church Mrs. B Bruce Simpeon, 900 Christmas Dance, I pm. until
,i aft the ends and slice thin. Luncheon feting Miss Betty t 43 a m., Barbara Donald NW 37th Terrace I a m Moose Lodge. Mrs. Glaus. JftSTYLEMATE
Dip the slices In milk and thenin Pound, bride-to-be of Alvin V. son, McCaul Chapel; Genus GruWrrmne Lutheran Gainesville: Woman's Club I .

cka I: seasoned flour; fry In deep Alsobrook, 12:30: p.m., Mrs. Crenshaw Mrs Fred Laughon Church WomeaI Bridge and canasta party,
I lot fat until golden brown.BOB'S Latham Davis at the Davis 727 NE Fifth AvenueJean; p.m., Mr.. Beverly Schro 1:30: p m. Clubhouse, Will
home, 715 NW 23rd Street Dkkman, Mri. Don Brooke, der, 2611 NW Second Avenue. University! Avenue.
1(17 NW Sixth Avenue; Cecil _
by W.. C. "Bill" Smith FRIDAY, December I Moore, Mrs. Fred Scholfield, *

.shoes Dinner complimenting Miss Alachua; Helen Masters, MriL. c Deluxe Zigzag
AFTER Betty Pound and her fiance, F. Latimer, 512 NW Tenth Z I
with young Alvin V. Ahobrook.! I:JO p.m., Avenue; Ishmael Negrln I t Sewing Machine
THANKSGIVINGCLEAN.UP Mrs. Sam Bull and Mr. and Mrs. Sthofield, Alachua. by SINGER
ideas Mrs. L. Calvert Pepper, I p.m., Alice Erasing ton,
Gainesville Golf and Country. Mrs J. W Norman, 405 Tenth Se'WllolmOoth/yl/ I

t Club. Avenue. And tig-iag
.There or* about a duien legal A dWMfsl .tt 11ookin I p.m., Julian 1 I Bridget,
holidays but only three or SATURDAY, December I stitching i it a
Mrs J. M. Morris, 1107 NW l
four 'Imply feitwiry and good / e dreamt I Do
grooming Let us toy: Chritt- loafer la the Coffee complimenting Miss Eighth Avenue; Jo Ann Par-
was, fatter, New Yeo,', and % Beth Meadows, fiancee of Shel- ham, Mrs. Ed Wood, 1224 NE I WASHERS DRYERSMA buttons, button

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Good food In .,abundalQ Luncheon honoring Mill 143 a.m", Circle 1, Mri.Waller I -" .,. ) two
and f.lla..shp.Then R. Lee Jr. Jtt SW C. .... ''r new t decorativeititchinj.
I Betty Pound, fiancee of AlvinV. ., .
the nloiatian that follows Alsobrook, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. 40th Terrace; Circle 2. Mrs. L. """'-' .
I was a pkatent aftermath Ben 0 Franklin 2140 NW George K. Davis, 429 NW 24th / I { .
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and gravy end drinks stains, L KIlpatrick, 3334 NW Fourth L. Durrance. 2241 NW ltd I
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. I I Prayers Finally 'Heard' I I Road On: Holiday Toll ,Mississippi Civil Rights \



500By Is \'
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS"I end of an era that began 400 Tops Organization Ruptured
never knew until today the -- yean ago. It was then that the I
meaning of I've been Most Catholics PlcclsctiWith Council of Trent established THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
prayers for The nation's holiday death toll JACKSON, Miss. (AP) The David Dennis, assistant program who had been shaken out of
the Latin
using ever since I was a little basic norms Mass
climbed quickly over the 500 united civil rights front In Mississippi director for COFO's Mississippi COFO because of questionable
"
girl, laid a St. Paul, Minn,! that became outdated Sunday.
woman after witnessing the we Mass in English "With the Introduction of the mark In the final hours' of the has been ruptured. Project, called s news loyalty to the United States.
of English in a Roman Catholic vernacular," said the Rev. four-day Thanksgiving weekendand The Council of Federated Organizations conference Sunday to deny reports
Mass.A i -- -- Ralph Gorman, editor of the neared \last year's record is no longer backedby that COFO will soon fade BoomerangFan

San Francisco brought mostly favorable react The St. Paul woman, Helen Catholic Magazine, the Sign, total of 543 deaths. its two biggest, richest, more away.
middle-aged the Jn. Conrad, found the new Mass "the people can participate In- Driving on most of the countly' moderate members "Absolutely and completelyfalse
through Clubs
after going
woman,experience, commented Most of the English li pre- "very meaningful." telligently.( ..Instead of murmur roads and highways was Now counted out of COFO are ," said Dennis.
same ing a mumbo-Iumho of Latin, endangered as rain and snow The denial came after a New
for In the the National Association for the
I "This new Mass is like scribed use people'lresponses SYDNEY, Australia (AP-One
wryly The San Francisco woman pelted the northern half of the Times-
as Incomprehensible to them asHindustani. Orleans the
F modern to the praying Advancement of Colored people newspaper
doing Shakespeare in of the best boomerang throwers
who declined to give her name, ." continent Sunday. Hazardous
said COFO had fallen
Picayune,
in the 17,500 and the Rev Martin LuthcKing's
parish
English. churches priests spanning America. preferred he full Latin usage, A New York City parishioner driving warnings were Issued Southern Christian Leadership upon lean days financially and In Sydney Is Steve Salidy, a native
These were typical of the differing saying, "I'm .a converted Catholic speculated II will "cut down on for many states by the Weather Conference. also had attracted "a group of of Yugoslavia.
viewpoints expressed by The reforms were authorized and we feel strongly about daydreaming." Mary Gibbons, Bureau. radical kids' The current champion Is
: ,
J some of the nation's 45 million by the Vatican's Ecumenical 'the old things." who attends St. Catherine of The pace of fatal accidents Officials of the NAACP and whom local Marxist-leaning Negro leaders will Frank Donnellan, a w hIt e Au
Roman Catholics after attend Council last Dec. 4. The changes "-including In Siena church, added somewhat Increased somewhat In the wan- SCLC were not available for tolerate" stralian.
ing Masses Sunday In which "It's a terrific social act," many churches the optional sternly, "It's going to force Ing hours of the holiday, as comment. no Dennis longer said he expects more "White people seem far more
e' English was used for the first said the Rev. Luke O'Cbnnell of practice of having the priest Catholics to do what they have weary motorists hurried to re- I Remaining In COFO are the I Interested In the sport than
.el. time instead of Latin In about St. Anthony's Shrine, Boston..'face his congregation instead of been supposed to do all along turn to their homes. The death Student Non-Violent Coordinating volunteers to Join than the movementnext aborigines," says Don nellan.
summer duringCOFO's
1 half the service. "The people are now able to see)having his back to them follow and participate In the toll was boosted by many multi Committee and the Congressof hectic
el *Across*