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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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I Naples Submerged Lands' Decision Due SoonAppeal I





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Likely Either Panama Breaks Off Relations With U.S.

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Circuit Way Judge It Goes Archie Odom 1 .


Indicated yesterday afternoonthat :. rn Cause Of Democracy

he will rule soon on the

validity of the "submergedland"

contracts, agreements
between the City and certain '
subdivision developers, which n

are under legal attack by Vince

Conboy. Injured RiotingPANAMA
Yesterday's hearing originallywas t By

set to hear arguments on

a motion for summary judge-

ment by Conboy's attorney
Walter Condon. But the law- AP Panama lean nag They had the protec. guest house near the center of Washington tor Panama tClty.I ,

yers agreed to launch Into a suspended relations today with tine of canal police downtown Balboa. but there was no indication his
The V$. students had hoist "As the casualties mountedto government would recall other
pre-trial conference, with arguments the United States after a nightof
on the legality of the gun battles between U.S. ed their banner in defiance of four wounded the order was diplomatic personnel.MIAMI .

contracts. armed forces and rioting Pana- Instructions from the U.S gov. given to return the sniper fire,"
ernor of the He had the Army said. "The Army sel.
or.
rone.
If Odom rules that the manians that left at least 10
Judge Ap-panam. am.
dered the dual flying of Pan. ected trained markftmen for (
j.t j.
submerged-land contracts are dead. ma and U$. flags at selected carefully directed return fire bassador: to the United Nations,
valid the contention of the City 8 Three U.S.sollders and seven sites in the zone in accord with A fifth soldier was seriously Aquilino Boyd said today that

and the developers will be up- f Panamanians died in the vio- an agreement reached between wounded lit the head and a sixth during Thursday night's Canal
/
held. If the Judge rules againstthe lence-the worst in the historyof Panama and the United States was wounded before sniper fire Zone rioting "The United States

contracts,It could have quitean U.S.-Panama differences in last year recognizing Panama's ceased." Army was shooting sglnst defenseless

effect on the Naples tax roll. the Canal Zone. Rioters heavily titular sovereignty over the At 11 p.m. O'Mear announced people."
APPEAL LIKELY damaged U.S. property zone He had banned flags at that the situation was "The mistreatment of those

Validity of the contracts Is the Panama officials said they schools the U$. District CourtIn under complete control To pro. young Panamanians by American .
Ancon and several other vent a recurrence of violence, Army soldiers was wore
moot of the now, counted least 190 Injured
point case at
sites U$. flags were permit, all persons not living and work. than Birmingham police brutal
and It Is likely that howeverthe while the toll of wounded among ted in classrooms. Ing In the Canal Zone were or. ity aglnst the Negroes* Boyd

judge rules his decision the UjS. soldiers was 34. Police directed the students dared oul.Panmanlan. said.The

will be appealed. Anotherpointin Panama's government accused back Into PanmanLn territory Ambassador Au- ambassador spoke to

the suit already has been the United States of aggression and along the route they gusto Guillermo A ran(to left newsmen at Miami Internatlon.

appealed to the Supreme Court A and sent Its case to International smashed street lights and over al Airport where he arrived at

and It In effect upheld a Circuit : forums after rioting turned garb ge cans. daybreak, en route to New York,
Then-under cover of dark where ho said he would present
Court ruling that Conboywas broke out when Panamanian Anti-Castroites
of before the
charges aggression
entitled to represent all monstrators tried to plant their ness-mobs of Panmanlans In. '
his the Canal vadod the zone They upset Say British Will UN security council
Naples taxpayers In action. national flag In Zone. -educated
autos, ransacked buildings Boyd a lawyer,
The submerged-land contracts PLANS for the 1964 White Elephant are Mrs. John Meadors, chairman of The Panamanian students fires and stoned the Canal,Zone set' Lose On HUH Deal said there was no need for the

date from as early as 1955. Sale sponsored annually by the Na- the auxiliary Ways and Means Com moved In after U.S. students in police. bloodshed which took place as
Under them the City agreedto the zone raised the American At 8 p.m., when the situation MIAMI (AP) AntlAcastro Panamanian students rioted
sale
the white
assess unsold lots In Port ples Community Hospital Auxiliary, mittee and elephant flag in defiance of orders from gut out of hand, the Army was exiles told a British firm today over Panama's flag rights in the

Royal Royal Harbor and The were announced near completion in a (seated left), and Mrs. Staley. Standingat U.S. zone officials. called.1 Gen Andrew P. that they considered Its $11 mil. Canal Zone r

Moorings as acreage until 60 committee meeting of members held left Is Mrs. Frank Purcell, vice chair. Panama's ambassador to the O'Mear, commander in chiefof Ion bus deal with Cuba on five "I think the United States
the US, southern commandwith years credit: a poor gamble, Army Is supposed to have people
per cent of the lots were sold. United Nations. Aquiline Boyd
yesterday at the home of Mrs. A. R. man of the Ways and Means Commit. headquarters in the Fidel Catro won't be around trained for these special:
The contracts were the was en route to U.N. headquarters zone,
of the city'sway Staley auxiliary president. The date tee and the white elephant sale; and to file the of put the area under military con. that long, the Transport Work. situations* They should know
recognizing expense charges aggression -
Union In Exile
era confidently how to handle them
Incurred by the developers In of the sale has been set for Friday, Mrs. Louis Moore, auxiliary publicity with the U.N. Security trol.A.proclamjUon to that effect wrote Leyland Motors, Ltd., of shooting" to kill. I've .. without5'I I

converting swampland Into high February 28. Shown working on plans chairman. (NEWS photo) Council was broadcast in Spanish and London in many countries: but hare .

and dry lots by dredging and lit1 bitter words he told newsmen English for more than an hour The tUhetiMCCuban Revoltf lUrW..MW? so many 1e ov/ij.%CJ J" t'f+ I
filling. at Miami "Panama has from a plane overhead tlonary Party, to with ex-preti. by bullets," Boyd said. v -

It resembled a lawyers' convention libel Soil Headed For Trial been the victim of unjustified At 8:30 p.m. UJ3. troops ar. dont Carlos Prlo Bocarras t*. "It Is unfortunate, but I must

In the Circuit Court oppression for 60 years." rived In force to assist the C rn- longed said "We assure Ley. say this Is a very severe blow
hearing room yesterday. Ten He accused UJS. sollders of al Zone police.Casualties land Motors there will be early for democracy In' Latin America -

attorneys and a court steno- causing unnecessary bloodshed. were caused: by liberation (of Cuba), and that ," Boyd said "It will provide

grapher crowded around theta- Wrisley Motion For Dismissal President Roberto Chiarl of persistent sniper fire at sol. neither the people nor the gar propaganda for the Communists. .
ernment will recognize the CastroCommunist ."
diers protecting the Caiul Zonein I
ble, while half a dozen spec- Panama demanded that the Organization Indebtedes.*
the vicinity of the Tlvoll U.s. Army officials in the
tators and newsmen looked on. of American States Canal Zone said today an order I

Condon claimed that the con- luanch an immediate investigation. was given to return sniper fire '

tracts should be voided because Denied Circuit Court JudgeThe after four soldiers had been ", e ..
By
they go beyond the scope of He vowed "to obtain justicefor wounded. The Army said trained

City ordinances authorizingthem. Panama once and for all" First Political Venture marksmen were selected "torcar.tull
He also questioned the before whatever International returned. fire"
Board of County Com advertise the locations of paling : a person of crime "Is
"Fidel Castro must be laugh
validity of assessing land "as bodies are
missioners round in for the two Immo- libelous per se. necessary. "
won a court places leg this mornlnr. Boyd added.The ,
It was and as it is. President
not
Johnson was being
this kalee at the November He also claimed Wrisley editorially -
precincts ambassador
was emphatic
morningwhenCircultludge i
Attorneys participating on behalf kept advised of the situation.At For Mrs. Beck
Lynn Gerald denied a motion by election.. charged the com- Shirley In stating the rioting was not
of the and
-
City developers the Pentagon in Washington
Immokalee newspaper publisher Wrisley sued to have the elec- missioners with "deliberate Communist Inspired. He attrU .1,
Included B.C. Nichols City Attorney a Defense Department --
-- --
which buted the demonstrations to a
Stanton H. to dismiss malfeasance of office ,
Wrisley he
tion voided because said
David Splngler, and Adams spokesman said there are no strong nationalist feeling among i
commissioners' $100- also Is libelous per se,
Port Royal attorney Earl Fair- 000 libel suit against Wrisley. voters were not able to locate said. plans to send troop reinforcements 1I youthful panamanlsns.Cuba .
cloth of Miami. Nichols the polling places on election
argued into the Canal Zone. l I
that the could have The judge gave his attorney day and were disfranchised.In About I
City 10.000 Army troops 1I
E.M. Magaha, 30 days to file his this morn- To Harvest
drain argument of Air
spent taxpayers' money to plus a small number
"mosquito-filled that an answer and set a hearing ing. Magaha contended that what Rocky Barry and Marine -
swamps" this afternoon for a motion by wrote was "only fair Force Navy person I Smallest Sugar
Wrisley
were Injurious to health but el, are stationed there customarily. -
the City didn't have to do this County Attorney James R. comment of public officers" Both PleasedAt Crop In HistoryMIAMI
Adams to dismiss Wrlsley'ssuit and that he did not attack their I
because the said the
developers steppedin The
contesting the November 5 spokesman zone i Fla. (AP) Cuba,
character.
li
and drained them. was quiet this morning, with once the world's greatest
election. NH WelcomeCONCORD sugar
-
Adams refuted this pointing
by
LIKE FRUIT TREES This afternoon's hearing ori schools closed and civilian bowl, this year will harvest her
Falrcloth contended that the to a statement In a Wris- residents Instructed in smallest
to stay crop in 21 yearsexiled
ginally was scheduled this edltorla'' which said the N.H. (AP>-Oov.
submerged-land situation was ley on their homes. planters estimated today
analogous to the case of fruit morning, but the docket gave subject of the commissioners Nelson A. Rockefeller is very The U.3. Army said its casualties Th harvest Just begun was :
only a 30-mlnute time period pleased with his reception and
the
trees not being assessed until falling to properly advertise occurred in the vicinityof estimated at I million metric
all of which was exhausted San Barry Coldwater Bays "I
by
locations. "We believe tons on the basis of
the This voting the house in the a survey by
trees Tlvoll
start bearing. "
think have it made. guest ,
arguments on Wrlsley's motion this deliberate." we the Sugar Planters Association
that action was r
"fruit-tree statute" Is still 'to dismiss the libel suit.Adams statement. the county That was the reaction of the Canal Zone a target of persistent N 1 of Cuba In exile. A metric ton
valid. Falrcloth' said. insisted that on the This two avowed candldtes for the sniper fire from Panamani Is 2,200 pounds.The .
arguments charged, indicated an
The did Indicate an attorney presidential nom.
Judge not Republican
election suit be heard today. estimate compares with I
of ans.When
exact date on which he will intent to complete a crime inatlon alter their first cam. the U.S. casualties 3.8 million tons produced in
have four
"We local that
rule the contracts' valid- acts conspiracy on the pan of the paten forays Into New Hamp.
on mounted to four wounded an 198) and a 6 million ton aver
have been tied this
up by suit, commissioners and to accuse shire, site of the nation's first
ity.After Army statement said, "the order age during the years before
a short recess. Judge preferential primary, March 10. was given to return the Prime Minister Fidel Castro's .
HEADED FOR TRIAL about the '
"Things are going
.
Odom heard in the Communist dominated
arguments Denial of the dismiss! mo- way I expected them to," said sniper fire. r + ernment attained gov. .
Conboy suit the The selected trained 4 power '
against City's tion this morning means that Fi Rockefeller Thursday night Army if v.

"gentlemen's agreement" policy the libel suit Is nearly readyto RENEW YOURDRIVER'S c -; during a shod visit to Man. marksmen "for carefully returned
of assessing the Beach Club for fire" and fix UjS. soldiers Reardon
Chester a nonpolltlcal George
to trial. The commission LICENSE F
go !l: .wsy
about He camplgned in the "beforethe
golf course property at .. speech. were wounded
ers filed it after Wrisley criticized DURING YOUR
half of cash value for 11 ,- state last week. sniper fire ceased."
them editorially for _;:;J------: Joins List In
BIRJHMOHTHrRecord convinced there's
years. This action Is unrela- "I'm more Army officials stressed the
ted to the submerged-land suit. allegedly failing to properly enthusiasm now than before I point that none of its forces entered MRS. SHIRLEY BECK candidate for a tear 0.1 he City

The Judge ruled in favor of made my announcement* Panama territory during Council it ihown at her desk at the Marlowe-Beck RealtyCo. Council Race
Goldwater told he
:--- ----------------- ---2 newsmen as
a Beach Club motlonoffered left for Washington after three three to four hours of severe ., at, 487 Fifth Avenue, South (NEWS photo)

by attorney W.A. Sheppa rd.that days of stumping the state The exchange of gunfire. George H, Reardon Jr. joined
it be dismissed as a party defendant PredictVisitor Traffic through the canal was
Arizona senator added that the
before the growing list of Naples
Deck In
to the case and further not affected. Mrs Shirley a part- Washington D.C.,
crowds he drew were "surprts.
ruled that the Beach Club is ing and encouraging" ner in the Marlowe-Beck Realty coming to Naples where her City Council candidates by filing .
very This Is the US. Army versionof Co., and an eight-year resident experience as a realtor In Naples this morning for a four-
not required to pay back taxes. Asked for comment on Gold- the chain of events
Influxsons water's assessment Rockefel. of Naples who has filedas has further enhancedher year term.
(Continual on page 3) At 4 p.m Panamanian sru.
candidate for a seat on business awareness. That brings the total number
ler, governor of !New York, told dents entered the Cant Zone a
Nehru Has newsmen "That's not the wayI and planted the flag of Panamaon the City Council describes her She Is a member of the Business of candidates for City officeIn
Good
The Florida Development flying into Miami from the heard it.OfGoldwater the grounds of the Balboa candleacy "as my first adventure and Professional Women's the February election to

Night; Plans Trip Commission has predicted the north and predicted a 22 percent and Rockefeller High School alongside an Amer. Into politics." Club of Naples. eight, with the possibility of
1964 winter >,',ur season will increase inDecembertra- used similar camplgn tactics. She was a student at Wilson still others filing with City
To Delhi Saturday top the :1'',>- '. 4,245,934 me. AlrLlnes reporteda Both went along streets, introducing Mrs. Beck who lives at 574 Teachers College in Washington Clerk Elsie Lehman before the

visitc ate 53 per cent increase in Florida themselves to pass. Condon To Run Third Street North, said she and has been a Sunday S p.m. Tuesday deadline
BJTU :NESWAR. India (AP The ersby, shaking hands and solie. had filed as a candidate "be
"? uu l laser pit- traffic for Christina i ek.Tamlami School teacher for 20 years Candidates so far for mayorare
m* Minister Nehru la mat:. dieted as an aftermath of the Bus Lines counted King support For ProsecutorNaples cause I love Naples and am she said.She presently Is teaching ArchieTurnerandH.MUtOQ
steady and had a Each made a formal speech
progress interested in its growth.
night a medical bulletin record numbers of tourists 5.000 passengers a day streaming Rockefeller a week ago today deeply. beaches a class in the Trinity- Link. Running for Turner's
4 today.He flooding the State over the Into the state. in Portsmouth and Goldwater attorney Walter Con- ru strive to keep our by-the
was confined to bed Toes Christmas holidays. Chairman Major hotels and motels on Wednesday in Manchester. don probably will run for the open to strengthen our zoning Hobbles of swimming fUh- Robert 1.. Combs and H. B. dReeder /

day because of high blood Wendell Jarrard said the com both coasts were completelysold Crowds were good and enthu. office of county prosecuting attorney regulations further develop and our ing. shelling and bowling occupythe .

pressure and weakness but was mission's six-month, advertising out over Christmas and siastie at each candidate's for be said this morning. recreational facilities, "support recreational hours of Mrs. Candidates for full fouryearposts

allowed op Thurada,. campaign pegged at Ch rist- are looking for record book- mal apperan "1 will announce for the office other In4>rovemenu. Beck.A are Council member Mrs 'iI

!Nehru' came here to attend mas paid off beyond expectations ings into 1964. A total of more Early this fall, political ob. when it comes time to A campaign motto, "A tur- daughter Mrs. John H. Casey Miller, and Mrs. Shirley w

the annum conference of his than a quarter of a million servers gave Goldvaier a file." he said Prosecutor Walter cessful business woman for a Jackson of Baltimore, Md.. anda Beck Elmer W. Lorudale, and

eadj ruling Confress party, whirl During the same period Delta holiday tourists visited the strong laid over Rockefeller.Then Sorokory reported has not business job" has been adopted son Mark DeForren Beck, Reardon. Reardon U vice president
today. the assasstasttoa of
Informed source said Kenri Airlines reported a one-day Miami area alone during the President can John Y. Kennedy and revealed his re-election plans by Mrs. Deck.: As I businesswoman D, a student at Lake Park of Gulf Glass and Aluminum

probably will Qy back to New passenger record of 2406 per- Holiday season some t II o e ell. the senator yet. Condon is associated with she ran a successful Elementary School comprise and Is a former Jaycees -

Delhi B 1U'QI. I r slipped a little. lawyer Rotten McDanUl. frozen custard chain operation the family of Mr*. Beck. president.f. .







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. 2 COLLIER COUNTY: NEWS I I'ddli. Jan i. n 10 II61! Soviet Economy I Marina CertainLee
To Release Government


Bible Is Only'' Text In Ir\HHot\, Water: Killed JFK:


I : Credit Needed Smoking Report Tomorrow I ,.,_ Mother Says NoBy

.. ; .
Cburse i BLAIR JUSTICE:
Paducah HistorV Dy LEWIS: GULICK DW.. JOYNES MACFARLAXWASHLNGTON phvslclan and osteopath in the Fort WorthEtar.Telearam

WASHINGTON t(AP) 'r'1Thi'Central CAP) The country It also will be sent to f Writer
Intelligent1 'Atfehry government report on all slate health offu
smoking governors
By BILL HUDSON' 'which permits, pupUs'tq bo give says the Kremlin wants to buy' and health to be made public clays and to officials of other ., FORT WORTH of Tex. (AP) _
question whether
The
PADUCAH, Ky. (AP>-Marv.in em\ time; off. tor religious train 1 a rite amounts of Western' iSaturda\ is expected to point Interested organizations.The lee Harvey Oswald Mrs
; believes,
Is 'latnlne.tenths chemical machinery oil lone,, at rC'fTr.lIt\'Et asked to
Montgomery proud ing.Bible an accusing finger cigarettesas : was husband killed
her ;
of his high school Instruction as history or term credit so ait not to hamper a health hazard. study not only the impact of a''. Kennedy President
John revived
pupils are regular church goers. historical literature apparently Soviet arms production. Unlike a I 1859 report which smoking on health but also all that ran
Montgomery teaches an unu. would meet state law require CIA's conclusions about Russia's .'dealt only with smoking and other factors that may be in. feelings four split the Oswald
days after
sual course In history. His only ments. economic woes were Issued .i' lung cancer, the new report vohed. such as air pollutionand pCOAST family Msslnatlon. the as.
Skirting any violation of the Thursday in CIA's firs! automobile
textbook Is the Bible. prepared ba special commit. exhausts. After Oswald was
separation of church and state general( press briefing since fir'tee, of 10 fatally
For 19 years, Juniors and seniors nongovernment scientists wounded by Jack Ruby Nov.
at Paducah Tllgtiman principle, Paducah lecders set secret agency was set up afterWorld will deal with all the effects 24
the Bible Class In Florida Expanded Secret Service agents took
up Tilghman the
War II.
High\ have studied the Bible u of smoking on human n

historical literature.The 1944 curriculum had It and Incorporated hired teacher.In the The United States has bt'Phtn'lnr i I health-on the lungs, heart, and Sales Tax Take accused mother and assassin's brother to widow a moth 1

Paducah Association of : to persuade Its allies *c]"l arrulalOfI'stem.. suburban

Churches toots the bill $40 a far unsu'ct'lsfulh.! to bar long: The conclusions will be based Same As Forecast in There Arlington.
a
year per student. The course .la LBJ To Give Talk term credit on Rod p'jrrhases...on, scientific findings which in closed drama heretofore-undis.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor.Ida's was played out
elective but can count among But a CIA spokesman( dented I I the main have |>een publicized
the 18 credits required for grad. At AP LuncheonNEW trying to influence polio In previous! expanded sales tax Is pro. Involving the family, Secret
about the Service agents and a few
revenue of .
uatlon. airing the HRenry's views put.>, Surgeon General Luther L. during lust Os.wold's
YORK (AP) President lltly.HP: forecast for It. State; Revenue friends.
It became part of the currtcu. T"rrwill hold a news confer
Johnson will speak at the annual Commissioner Kd Straughn re. The mother and daughlenin
lum long before there was any said CIA's aim Walt Associated Press meeting law parted In separate
ported.He : dire.
public Information gathered l "t 'fJ
Supreme Court ruling against hr Service's position on the report, .
week
April 20.Paul Its said that collections turtlefirst tions. This their differences .
on a
export
subject where
required Bible reading or devotional in the works 14 months.
Miller, president of the the six months totaled $103.4 were bared again.
In public schools or gov. AP, said Thursday he had received could customary l litr..movf 1It'C'r..clatf'1) Terry, who appointed the million, up 1 per cent. ; } J Marina, the pretty Russian.
>tJ .
ernlng the release of students confirmation from the harm and that CIA without committee members also Is expected The Legislature brought sev. .. ...... --- ----_.__.. .. -- born widow said she was: con.
during school hours to he may give( to outline plans for a
White House of Johnson's ap eral previously exempt Items un. vlmed of her husband's .
.
out further data later. tilt
trained In religious faith. It Wall !second phase of the study to VISTA will be
The Moulin deCoqucllei
pearance. The Invitation had undi-rstfxxl President der the tax and raised tin levy Oswald's mother said Marina
"It's something that kind of Johnsonapproved lit! concerned with recommendations .
been extended some time ago the action. on others to help finance record cnt of the first sight viliblt In France to traveler emerging must be confused
traditionally said Dr. for act urn.When .
grew up for the President to address the According to CIA's state spending: which it had au. from the projected tunnel under the English, Channel Last November at the motel,
Newman Walker, Paducah artlysls, the 1959 report was is.
annual luncheon gathering of thorized earlier. the conflict concerned
school superintendent. the Soviet economy has run sued Leroy' E. Bump then the" who
the cooperative newsgathering Straughn said that the in. would take care of Marina
Montgomery Is an ordained Into such deep trouble that Pre. surgeon general, said In a statement Nabs Man and
FIJI
association.The mler Khrushchev crease actually recorded: for the Louisiana Goes To her two daughters, June Lee
minister. He teaches the classes can achievehis : "Unless the use of tobacco
last president to appear' chemical first six months was slightly be. who will be :2 In February, .,,id
dally at an off-campus sits. Thecourae.there's industry expan. can be made sate, the Individual For Tennessee
at the meeting was Dwight D. low expectations Rachel, then one month
nothing denonuinatlonal lion goals by paring other programs person's risk of lung Polls TomorrowFor old.Oswald's .
Eisenhower.The But lie said It the ac. mother
present Robberies contended
about It"-covers the or through long term cancer can best be reduced by Hank
AP meeting at the Wal. celeratlon of business continues Marina and the babies
credits from the should
Old Testament West the elimination of smoking FBI
one semester dorf Astoria H o t o 1 usually "the experience of the first six FORT PIERCE (CAP) move to her tliiee-room' duplex
the New Testament another. Soviet Import requirementsfor Further, Burney said theweight GovernorNEW arrested William H. Co
agents
draws moro than 1,200Amarican months makes us feel hOPf.fulthat in Fort Worth
Enrollment Is open to all pupils newspaper publishers and their Western chemical machln- of evidence Implicated the estimates of the Legislature ble, 40, In a local motel todayon She said could live ,
they
CRLFANS: I
and (AP) A
pry equipment main! .
but Is limited to 145-about ) to smoking< particularly cigarette warrants charging him with
wives. produce fertilizers will be realized. former New Orleans mayor the $SC3 collected from net In.
!
one flfth of the upper classmen. were .st smoking-as the principal bank robberies
Radio and television representatives mated at $2 !Milton Ho said that the Ux brought who speaks French when cam. two Tennessee surance policy on her son and
"The better students say they over the causative factor in the Increased
C. specialagent
and presidents of the In $18.2 million In December Wesley Grapp, donations.
next fewears.. palgning In the Cajun countryand 311
appreciate It more than other Credits from incidence of lung cancer In of the Miami i
networks attend the meeting. A the Industrial West which was I per cent over last a onetime lieutenant In the charge Oswald'sbrother, Robert
courses but I guess that Is be totaled $COO The tobacco Industry claims, FBI office said: Coble surrendered ,
number of foreign publishersand DecomlxT. fabled Lone: political dynastygo .hought Marina and the babies
million In
cause it Is different," Montgomery 1962.63. Khrushchev'sseven however, that a causative connection when federal
without a fight -
executives of foreign news The five percent wholesaletax should find of
said year chemical! Industry between smoking: and before Louisiana voters Sale a place their own.
and St. Lucie County
services also are planning to attend expansion calls on outdooe sports equipment urilav fur the Democratic nom. agents The mother said one or two
They know a little somethingAbout plan for a $48 Impaired health has not been arrested him
the 1964 meetings billion Investment overall.Noting however, Is not living up to ex. Illation for governor sheriff's deputies jf the Secret Service penis
It
whon they start proved.
checked In
after he had
and they find out there Is a The AP luncheon Is an open. Khrushchev's call last In a report released Thursday partitions Straughn said The winner will meet the Re. shortly retarding them Joined the argue

whole lot they don't know." Ing attraction of New York's month for Western credits, the at Greensboro, N.C., the na It brought in $76,593 In December publican nominee In a general to a motel.said Coble was one of vent She also said a nun who

Montgomery was asked how annual Newspaper Week each CIA said "the current Soviet tion's tobacco companies and in its first fivemonths election In March. But in this Grapp : :aught Russian: at the forth
with the $34
the course affect,.. Ms .i.uUents. spring. It la followed by the push for new foreign credits claimed the vast majority of produced 289547. Deep South state the iiomlna. two 623 robbery men charged of the First National, Worth library; sided with Rob.
convention of the said that several
American Straughn
tlon has amounted to election
"They become more rever. and extended repayment termsIs smokers buffer no serious Impairments tax Bank of Pulaski at Ardmore, rt."I
the new
ent;' he replied.Superintendent. Newspaper Publishers Associa directly related to Moscow's of health or Mxirtw. lawsuits challenging and that since Reconstruction' days, andtht'J't.'s 27 1963. didn't even know what hd
tion. law were In the courts Tenn., on Sept. ,
Walker thinks :desire to prevent the chemical Ing of life little reason to expert federal jeen decided for Marina and
Coble also faces a
the course complies with the basic In Swahili the curd mum" program from Impinging too dl. A Health Service spokesman revenue won't until measure the validity up to ex.of anything different this year. charge of escaping from the .he babies. They planned it all

provision of the Supreme mean miller hulau"/ / meanshlinrk. rectly on the production of mil. said the new government ro the pectatlons law Is settled. The runoff candidates for the metropolitan Jail at Nashville, without even asking me. I asked"
Court of the late 1940s itary end Items.1 port will IH mailed to Democratic nominationsDoLesseps :hem what the big Idea was,
ruling every Income from the sales tax Tenn. Sept 2, 1963 where he was
Morrison, SI, afourltme swald's mother said.
goes mainly to for confined on a charge of robbingthe
pay gen.
of Mrs. Oswald said Marina
New Or.
wasomfused
mmnlnuiulu0uunnuunm0ntuimuunu0mmuuunlluunuutnuuuuuuulunuuu' m IIIII : mayor
unmmunutauntnuumtauuumuu9un9umm bank of Teni.
Frankewlng in
eral state operations. The revenue leans making his third bid for : barely knew English,

from the sports equipment governor. Morrison was presU lessee, Grapp said. tad was unduly Influenced! l by

tax, however, can be used only dent Kennedy's ambassador to The agent said Coble has been hose" who urged her to live sop.
; E for outdoor recreation. convicted of forgery, interstate
the Organization of American irately.
transportation of a stolen auto.
4'c'; 'Corcficzlli States, resigning to make the The mother announced she
off ::.' Snvitcda 85-Foot Waves In race for governor. He led the mobile, burglary, larceny, and vas leaving! lie motel, irgard.

Beach Store > field of 10 In the first primarylast robbery. less of what the agents wanted.

"Everything for the .. ; December StormNEW month. MISSIONARIES OUSTED She didn't see her daughter.

Next Door to the .cb"A t YORK (AP) "In all John McKelthen, 45, a State In.l.iw or grandchildren again

IE Naples Theatre ell my years at soa, I never saw a Public Service commissionerand M'W \ OK'PI ,\ lIur,'.
to &*tttcnJ the I storm as bad as that one," said onetime legislative floor hiss Arlcnc Sihuilcmun. Nerving Name Group
Holy
Capt. JM. WoNt, skipper of the leader for the late Gov. Earl Clinic Naiir
Bob's Shop at H mi"M"ii.itv ul
i Paltry ; ravaged aircraft carrier USS Long McKnithen campaigned
Holds Breakfast
in the bud.in. him relumed t III her
510 9th St., No. MI 2-3710 E : oldJlne of the faction
i KKSOX. as an ally .
hone in Sioux. ('cnl..'. l I..v.u,
= "Fresh Baked Goods Dally" : : Tho vessel, which limped Into founded by Huey Long.
Sunday Morning
'
i!! d evicted frmii the Sud m hy the
.. .. ..... <-* ..y.. f t/o Cioicc .. I Now York Harbor Thursday, there ,.-.:..- -
fir .1.1. I government
,RichardsRtiofl Service"Phone > had gaping holes In. her flight MAN" SI.: Anti llpiy rtamc Sodciy
gn '' f4
r. ;,: / 'METHODIST SPACE "' R.r"rllhltl\.h./! joint
v.. vas i 1' .i.i .,. "t tGenli'II.n' .n r8 a
Mll2.4693 ** 23-ton
Naples dAc. Her 60-lbot mainmast will hold It breakfast. : Sunday
Unil.-il
I.OL'ISMl.I F (API)- tr"naul ; I'reshytcruui-Refiirnied
-- -- I containing electronic I. O<>rdi n Cooper Jr.. a Mcthndi.vt. Churih !IIi"""W1OIIY office xuid morning} after the II o'clock
Naples Rexall Store had crashed to the
equipment, I Mass at St. Ann's School.
wan presented u WorldVthodiht the ouster briny in u total of
800 5th A..., So. These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church deck during the North Atlantic Council. medallion, at a 23 the number of AmericanmisHinruiry : All men and hoys of rhe par-
storms the week of Dec 15.
.Jim's Sunoco and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. I West said waves were 85 fret meetitig here ul the nutumal personnel fortid: to Ish arc Invited to jrtcnd./ Untcrtalnrncni -
Mcthods.1'IxincI| 11 I of E vanse: li s"01. leave their posts in the SuU.in, I It also planned
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I Cleaners, Inc. lu Minister Wallace Endres Robert Martin pastor Father Bernard U Mickey Rev Richard Howe, Pastor

lotS Bth Art., So. MI :3 3455 Bible Study Wed. 8 p.m. Worship 8:45: 11 '.m. Sunday Masiej 13.8-9.10-11 SUNDAY

"One Day Service Minister School Fri. 7:30 p.m. Sunday School9:45a.m: Weekdays 7 a.m only Morning Worship, 8:30: 11

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Public Address Sun 6:30 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. Jr. Intermediate. and Sr.
p.m. Evening Worship __7:00: p.m.
I Benson Insurance Sunday School .
'Watch Tower Sun 7:30 9 a.m.Confr.ternlty
Stdy : pm WEDNESDAY M.Y.F:, 8:30: p.m.
Class of
Agency, Inc. +} +, Prayer Service 7:00: p.m. Christian Doctrine E: nmg Worship 7:30 p.m.

Z Insurance of all Kinds FIRST CHRISTIAN W. M. U. ((2nd) 7:00: p.m. Mondays at 7:30: TUESDAY
p.m.
870 5th Ave., So. CHURCH OF NAPLES Protherhood ((2nd) 7:00: p.m. *lien's Prayer Service! 7pm.

I Phone MI 2-6141 Mandarin Rd., Coquina Sands Christian Campus NAPLESBAPTIST Choir Practice, 8:00: p.m.

a aI Minister Club . 7:00: p.m.Girl's WEDNESDAY
i Naples Federal Savings CHURCH Midweek Service
Prayer ,
Dr. Roger T. Nooe Auxiliary 7:00: p.m.
s and Loan Association Bihle School 9:45: ..m. Royal Ambassadors 7:00: p.m. Shadowlawn. Rev Ledies Ave., East Naples! Adults & Children, 7:30 p.m.

MO 6th Ave., So. MI 2-6188 Church Service 11 '.m. Sunbeams . 7:00: p.m. Barge, Pastor

;hoir Practice Wednesday 7:30: Choir 8:00: p.m. Sunday
BB Builders Specialties Sunday School 10:00: '.m. IMMOKALEE

Trajl 1 North MI 2.2350 Q Morning Worship 11:00: am. CHURCH OF COP

Plywood Doors CHURCH OF CIIRIST FIRST ASSEMBLY Training Union 7:00: p.m. Pastor: Rev. 0. P. O'Bannon

BuildersScblageRutewln Hard axe e Tamlsmi Trail at 14th Av., N. OF GOD Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.

Dexter Locks "vo A Hoyt Whit* Minister Fhtdowlawn Ave., E. NapU.Re Wednesday Morc'-g Worship 11 a.m.

r Sunday School 10 '.m. ?. Arlis E. New- 11 Mid Week Evening! Worship 7:34: p.m.

Naples Furniture Company.. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 '.m. Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.

Phone MI 2-3040 Youth Meetings 4 p.m. Morning., Worship 11 '.m. Adult Choir Practice 8:15: p.m.

North Tamlaml Trail ,hat Choir Practice Wednesday 7:30: Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. EVERGLADES

Trail Terrace Youth Service Tuesdayat NAPLES PARK COMMUNITY. CHURCH

7:30 p.m.Mid.week BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. H. C. Welsbecker, puree
Trail Builders GRACE LUTIIERAN Service .. Thurs-
Supply
Rev. Marlon E. Wacsser S.nday School 10 am.

Company CHURCH Missouri OF Synod NAPLES day at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 '.m.

Naples, Florida U. S. 41 and 12th Ave., No. GOSPEL D'A'PTiST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 ..m.

._.. P. 214 Fls.E. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
Pastor O. Box Naples
Marathon Dredging Corp.CrlM 1 !- ).\\ J; Rev. George W. Price C. Begird Pastor Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: p.m. EVERGLADES BAPTIST
CHAPEL
Construction and : ;\ \\ ':\\ F :'\I .: Sunday School 1 a.m. Dominion Rd., Avalon Estates Pastors Rev. Howard L. Less
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.r.1'I : Church Service 8.10:30 a.m. East Naples
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... Sunday each Month Bible School 10:00 a.m.Morning First Avenue S. A Fourth
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The Bank of 8
Naples \ Training Union p.m.
m Worship 11:00: a.m. Pastor Rev. Harry C. Pub
Growinc with Naples and Evening Worship 7:30: p.m
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Collier Umber County F.DJ.C.Sine, 1949 : L E. FIRST CHURCH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST Training Evening Worship Service) 8:00 7:00:: p.m.p.m. Sun.Sunday Eve Worship Worship Serv.11 at a.m.7.30; Prayer Wednesday Meeting;Service 7:30: p.m.

WED. EVENING SEBV. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
: Central Avenue at 6th Street Bible Study and Junior Intermediate and

Outboard MarineCorporation Never has the future seemed more exciting or more disturbing Today Sunday Service 11:00: a.m. Prayer Service 7:30: p.m Senior Fellowship, 6 p.m.

we dream of flights to far stars ; about Intelligent life on other planets. We look Sunday School 11:00: ..m. Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. Prayer Meeting COPELAND BAPTIST.
MISSION
at our earth with clear Wed. Evening Meeting 8 p.m Wednesday at 8
lamas own eyes, and discuss the possibility of world brother. p.m. Maitre
Rev.
L. Walker, Realtor I hood Reading! Room (20 Park St. Clyde
world government, world peace. Sunday School 10 a.m.
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Mon. thru Fri. 10 to p.m. TRINITYBYTHECOVEEPISCOPAL ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC

ell ttb St, No. On The Trail Are these things going to happen We don't know. But we do know that Fit.! Evening T to 9 p.m. CHURCH CHURCH 11 Worship and Services 7:30
a.m.
: p.m.
Sunshine Hardware nothing Is impossible. CHURCH' OF' COD Port Royal Igli Building corner of Prayer Meetings

Cor. 10th St. A llth Ave., N. The Krv. Richard T. Lambert Goodwin Street and the Trail Wednesdays at 8
Toor .
CompleteBardirare Store* In fact Jesus tells us that all things are possible with God. He wants us Rev. David Lanky Sunday Services Bonita Springs p.m.

to understand that God is infinite School Holy Communion 8.00; .m. Father Joseph E. Beamoit
10
Til 5th Ave, So.QuayVs power, as well as Infinite\ love. The foolishness Sunday a.m.

of men cannot affect God's plans for the'universe, or {lIls love for'each one of us. Morning Worship 11 amEvanfftlistie Family Church Worship School 9:15:and am Sunday Confession Masses 7:30: ':30 a.m CT10KOLOSKEBCHURCH
7:30 Prior
Lumber Company : Service : p.m. to OF GOD

Oonplete Builders Supply Faith is what we need faith in the certainties upon:.which the Chris* Tuesday Prayer Meeting Moininir Worship. 11:00 am. Sfundty Masses Sunday School 10 a.m.

1003 First A s., South tian Church is founded. When we put our lives in Gods hands there is no need 7:30 p.m. Communion WrdneadayH 9.30: ..n'. Moraine Worship 11 .....

.. to view the future with doubt or dread. All will be well. v Thursday YPE 7:30 p.m. Holy Days 1MMOKALEE FIRST

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Harbor Friday, January iq\, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY; NEWS 3 .
I Bow LineBY Lovely SopranoTo


NAOMI ROGERS Open Naples 'Arsenic And Old Lace'

Our mobile home communiry motel in Fort Myers then I
here at Naples Land-Yacht Harbor al had a b'day luncheon at Concert SeasonNaples' '

gets prettier every day. the River House.
gala concert season Tickets Now On SaleTicket
Many more large coaches are "AND WHAT'S MORE..." opens Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in
coming In. as well the mod- Had
as to go to Miami Airportto
.
the
Naples Senior High School collection characters -
els which are for Chairman Charles grim
open Inspec pick up Mrs. Mary Wher-
tion. All are vielng to see rett of Sixth Avenue South last Auditorium when the lovely MrCool. Jr. announces that tickets and yet it Is played entirely for

who can have the tried young mezzo-soprano, Beverly for the Naples Players' laughs. Its fun lies In the author
prettiest Thursday so
taking just r i
tJ ear Yi Wolff before membersof
tic f ; appears forthcoming product lon.\ having exaggerated each one of
yard. It Is very easy to find Alice Wise along. It was Piti- '
If you would care to drive out. ful how long the trip seemed ; the 1964 Naples Community sonic and Old Lace as wellas these situations to a point that

as I told Mr. and Mrs. William with just two of us trying to forat Concert Association richly- season tickers for the remaining so far beyond any serious consideration

Deyermand at church Sun settle world affairs but this varied program ranging all the three productions are that audiences muchto

day when they asked how to Friday'look'out five of us way from the classic ariasof on sale at De Coil Tile Company their surprise, find them

find Mr. and Mrs. Homer are going! Nomoneytospendbut -- Handel Purcell and Tchaikovsky the Book Nook Naples selves laughing at the multiple
through the wildly' exciting Camera Shop, Dunhar's Office murders.
Stevens who live here. Just just want to remind our \
drive east or: the Trail and selves how fortunate we are Gypssongs of Johannes Supplies 1 House of High In the roles of the lovable I
Brahms to the difficult and pungent fidelity, Gift and Yarn Bazaar but lethal two old ladies. Leslie
turn right just one block east to live in Naples. C. of C.
of the Food Bank and cometo please noel! works of Arron Copeland The Beach: Store and The Caller Gates and Sheila Wallace

the end of the street which There are some Important and othei contemporary composers ). will be seen, and as their equally

"Arsenic and Old Lace", thecomedy murderous nephew, Robert
Is Palm Drive. We welcome events
coming up to tel! you
about Of modern music Beverly of mir.'h;' and mayhem) Martel will exercise the talents
visitors but drive but
for
please later all Harbor "
1 like hear it and
sans: to which racked Broadway audiences which were praised so highly
slowly. residents check the
please
crowd really love to sing It. It pre for thrce-and'a-half years, when he was seen as "Dracula" -
Saturday evening large bulletin board each day for
sents a challenge to the singer
will with Jim Dunn will
17th appear
open January
luck
enjoyed another pot sup the latest doings. Remember
In that there is usually no
precedent
another mad
a repeat performance on January as "Teddy",
per at the Rec Hall. Wednesday evening Marie Volpe
set as to Its Interpre I 13th, Written b\ Joseph Hrewstcr and Doctor Einstein
Mr.Laubach has
Thursday evening square dance instruction at ion"
started a Bible study class andit the Rec Hall. t tat Kesselrtii\)<. "Arsenic aRC :Old the plastic surgeon will be
of the
A high point programIs Lace" has then performed Gerald Flske.
played by
will be held every Tuesday 1 am all smiles today thinking be Cherubino'sfamous
expected to
evening at 7:30 p.m. at the of that chess game I won SPRING I HARBINGERS I Applet, red cherries jaamm and lemon art the from "The successfully all over the .

Recreation Hall. The thoughtfor last night. Of course it was distinctive adornment en these. three model straw hate diiptayed for Milady's pleasure of song by Wolf country as well as in London \ Visitors

this week was "Study to one out of three but remember at London fashion (hew They're from the new spring collection, flf Christian Dior Chapcauv. Marriage Amadeus Figaro"Mozart. It was and other r"rf'l.n.: capitals, and
gang was the lounh longost\ -rum'igg TheftsIn
show thyself approved unto you must crawl before walk In this role that Beverly made Report
God, a workman that needethnot ing right? hit In stage history when it
Ladies her triumphant debut with the Beach AreaTwo
Cypress closed in New York after
be ashamed rightly divid- Why don't more fo ks do likea Welfare Group New York City Opera last fall. 1,444performances.
the word of truth". n bunch of thefts were reported to
ing us do. After church In the words of the New York
Clinic In developing!! his madcapplot Naples Police late Thursday
all out for brunch. There Enjoy
Tim. go
3-15. Herald Tribune "Miss Woltt
:
the
author selected his
afternoon In the Naples Beach
REAL TREAT were 28 of us at the Moor- is a flndl Not did she fulfill
only lor .the focal
Names Dr. Ford grandmother point area
Ings Country Club last Sunday.I'll And LunchA
Several of
us went to watch Play the requirements of boyish of the play, and then tried to
the Sunshine Shufflers performNew say one thing, if JohnStump stance and demeanor but her Imagine (the Wilma Putt and Lmar Edsall
most Improbable
Year's Eve at the Federal ever lacks for material for a golf clinic a nine- voice Is of such particular refinement she could possibly do. of Goshen Ind., winter visitors

Savings rec.:cation room. It's sermon, he should attend one :New Chairman hole handicap tourney plus a as to make her two After thing at Hollywood Fla., reported
real of these enlightening affairs. if she dreaming/ up, and reject. that they had locked
a treat to watch the fun noon luncheon combined tocom- major arias sound as several themes-
they have even when they makea On Sunday evening the Harbor Dr. Francis Ford was elected laneous making the total of plete a "busy day" for members felt every last nuance and pause ing Including that possible of making the old the doors of their car at Seventh

mistake and end up just a owners, Bill and Barbara Tuck chairman of the Maple Welfare $8,298.92 for the year. of the Big Cypress Wo contained In the music." lady a Kwt-lo er.-ho eventually Avenue, North and the

bunch of mixed-up kids some entertained a large crowd by Association at its regular The social worker, Mrs. men's Golf Association in yes Miss Wolff will open her hit .It the the Idea beach about o'clock and when

65 (sixty-five) of them. Saw showing slides of what goes quarterly meeting Tuesday Eleanor DeWilde, expressed terday's weekly golf outing. concert with the Aria; "!lope. of mass homicide upon but mass they returned a half hour latera

Marie and Jim Volpe Jess and into locating planning, and night in the Naples City Hall. thanks and appreciation to all Twenty-three lady golfers attended thou pure and dearest trea homicide is such a senile and ventilator glass had been

I Les Thomas and Ann and Joe finishing a Mobile Home Community Paul Backus was elected vice- the members officers and the 9 a.m.. golf clinic sure", from the Oratorio lovable fashion that but broken and a billfold contain
no one
Heallon from our Harbor all Park such as this one. chairman and Mrs. Clarence committee workers then reported conducted by Big Cypress Pro .'.E sthe r" by George Fried- the most prudish could objectto ing $52 in cash and a book of

dressed in attractive costumes. We saw a day-by-day picture Pearson and Mrs.Kenneth Taylor on Thanksgiving and Phil Darbyshlre who explainedand rich Handel; and concert-go his Traveller's checks amountingto

The boys look great but when from the day they flew over were re-elected secretaryand Christmas lists of families: demonstrated correct ers are reminded to arrive "Arsenic story and Old Lace" is $180 had been stolen. The

they twirl that pretty littlegirl" this part of Florida looking for treasurer respectively 71 names to the Elks Club operation of the new 1964 USGA well before the 8:30: curtain the fantastic tale of two old billfold and the checks had been
the right location to the fin- for distribution of food bas hidden In the back of the car
it adds quite a bit moreto Dr. Ethel Trygstad. retiring rules. time as late-comers will not ladles who've murdered twelve
ished pan of the Harbor today. kets 39 families to Moose followed and were not visible they
the
gals outfits. After the chairman presided. H.R.Snow- ; The nine-hole tourney be seated until there is a men. There Is also Jonathan

dance we came back to Bob It was almost unbelievable to ball served as chairman of the Lodge for children's gifts and with prizes awarded ona break" in the program.At Brcwster their nephew, who's said.Gerald

and Laura Stien's darling little look at what was a densely nominating committee whose toys; seven families to church low net basis. Mrs. Edwin the conclusion of the concert also murdered twelve men. J, Palmer, Swartz

Airstream Trailer lor overgrown swampland only one report was unanimously adopt groups; 23 families to Salvation DuBane and Mrs. WarrenSackman members are requested to Thcn there'3: "Teddy", who Creek, Mich., told police that
snacks and a New Year's toast. year and a half ago and now. Army for food gifts; and tied for honors In ClassA. remain in their seats until the confuses himself with Theodore he had left his fishing rod

With the holidays out of the Mike you can relax now, ed.Mrs.. Taylor the ,treasurer two other families to private Mrs Coleman Boyd copped house lights go on, as a courtesy Roosevelt to say nothing of and reel at the steps of the

way the fellows here at the 'cause this Tuesday at our reported on assistance disbursements donors. The regular assistance honors in the low putt division to the artist.Conboy Doctor Einstein whose profession fishing pier,leading to the beachat

Land-Yacht Harbor are getting meeting we decided not to print for the past years report was also given. of the tourney. Is disguising the featuresof about 4 p.m. and when he

down to some serious fishing a Harbor Paper. After the $370,00 for nursing home Also in December one patientwas In Class B. competition Mrs. underworld characters: returned for it a half hour

even the sea gulls heard of the swell job you and Tom are do- care; $5,221.44 for food orders; admitted Into a nursing Charles Carr took first with Suit. through plastic surgery: It's a later it was missing J

large catches of grouper reds Ing for us, it would be a waste $604.33 for drug bills; $1,517.20to home after hospital care. His Mrs S.W. McCune and Mrs. (Continued from page 1)) -

snook and sheepshead being of time and effort. While we doctors; $298.48 for hospital social security benefit and state William Dllks tied for second I
had asked the
that Beach
brought in each night as they are on the subject we all wantto bills and $287.47 for rnlscel- welfare aid will meet most place honors. Mrs. Clinton Damon Cowboy Club pay the difference between Chamber Notes Big I

are here in flocks to wait while congratulate you and the costs. won the low putt contest.
and staff for the grand job are Fred Lowdermllk reportingon Arthur Schneider what it did pay In 1960
the boys clean their fish you Infant Billie Mrs. was and what
feed them. If only I could be doing with your daily paper United Fund commended first in Class C, with Mrs. 1961 and 1962. it I
had the land
as graceful as a gull in flight (Ed. Note--A struggle but Funeral services for the Infant Gen. C.E. Jung, chairman his Jane Elsberg in the runner-up would been assessed have paid the Increase In Visitors"December
of Mr. and Mrs. by City at
But then, one can't have everything thanks.) daughter staff, and all the many volunteers position. Low putting: honors
can one? Jim Volpe THE ANSWER Johnny Billie of Oohopoe who for the "excellent" cam went to Mrs. B. Huffman in full value. saw 1,200 visitors in Naples tor a 15-minute color.
caught a six pound snook Say how many of you gues died Wednesday at the Child paign conducted and for its this class. The hearing was about three- stop for information at the 'film on the community *

says he doesn't charge much sed the riddle? Well the war ren's Variety Hospital in Coral success. Naples Welfare As Following the tourney Mrs. fourths over when the judge Greater Naples Chamber of Included in Items of general

for lessons. den didn't either so the prisoner Gables will be held Saturday sociation's allotment for the Coleman Boyd chairman con- said he had ruled In favor of Commerce office a Jump of business the board heard that

Found out why we haven't seen went free. This was the afternoon in Ochopce. year is $9,000.Reporting ducted an Informal meet ing during the municipality of a similar 43 per cent over the numberIn the latest tally on U.S. 41 traffic -
The Earl G. Hodges Funeral for Time case recently I "and I haven'theard December 1962 Dave showed a dally volume in
Peg or Wes Bremermuch late answer "As I went out in Fun Day luncheon. Mrs. Frank Crlt- Pfaff
ly they have their son,Barry; the yard today a mother Robin Chapel is in charge of the are Nursery Mrs. Ola Mae Butler tenden received a "thank you" anything" today to changemy executive vice told chamber October 1963 of 2.799 vehicles.

his wife, Dorothy, and daughter who has her nest in that dead rangements.DRYLYa.MBAURASSISG. treasurer indicated fees for her term of office and it unfinished mind.business About in the this case only directors at yesterday's meeting This figure showed an 8." per

Karin Engquist from tree flew away. 1 went over are meeting regular expenses was announced Mrs. Clinton Condon's cent Increase over October
Is at.torney's
Chicago, with them for two and there were five robins. : making the nursery almost independent Damon will be the new secre now deciding fee.Recently "At the same time" Pf ff 1962 and a 44.4 per cent, Increase
So ..- when the warden asked of other financial aid. over October 1958.
weeks. Peg Bond tells me the MOMENT tarytreasurer.Plans the Beach Club submitted continued, "telephone Inquirieswent
Is she offered the prisoner to explain said Daily attendance runs 10 to 15 for future golfing activity
baby so cute even I OUISVII LE, Kv (AP) $1,848.33 as the differ up 44 per cent and mall
As I went out and in children but during the busy Police Give Out
again Including
to baby-sit but Grandma Horace Estev, president of the were announced. ence between 1963 taxes paid received Increased: 15 percent
Bremer just ignored the from the dead .(tree) the living Louisville Water Co., attended a season months as many as 20 a "Blind partner" tournament already on the half of cash value ." New York state took the Ticket After Cars

offerl! (Robin) came 6 there were luncheon to describe Ms or more children are accom- scheduled for Thursday assessment and what it would lead in the number of inquiries,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hillock (live babies and mother) but pant's operations, but dinner com-was modaied.Appreciation was extended January 16.Honors for low putts have paid had the assessment replacing Florida the usual Hit At Intersection

Just returned from a holiday 7 there'll be ((5 babies and the delayed an hour to the city for space in will be won in competition against been full value on the City'stax leader, by 10 per cent Police gave Mrs.HelenSco'tt,
trip to Long Island and the |I parents)." Did'ya like it? the Carver Recreation Building) 'the field" in the out- roll. This last was
year 3124 Gordon Street east Naplesa
main ,
There was no water. A to Naples Welfare Association In other chamber business
,
Howard Imbodensarebackfrom In closing I would like to prove Ing. Tee off time is scheduledat be the final of
to year the"gen'tlemen's ticket for not yielding the
Virginia. Wekome' home i I to your teenage readers that 1 am had broken downtown and water fo r supervision and advisory 9 a.m. becausethe plans were finalized to send a
; accident -
U-All. hep to their jive by asking if the) had to be imported In juts for assistance, and to many individuals In other future plans Beach agreement Club on longer Is chamber delegation to Tallahassee ) right-of-way Thursday following at the intersection an -

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Valentin know what all that black stuff is, the guests and friends who have aided members of the associationhave the In the on January 29-30, the and
only golf course area of First Avenue South
..... and taken an Interest.Dr. breakfast be date set for validation of $17
celebrated his b'day Mondayby between the elephants toes. Cutey revised hit speech to planned a to For a long time it was, andIt Tenth Street South.
visiting friends. Mr. and Slow nativesReal Gone no? Include an explanation of why Ethel Trygstad will! not followed by a best-ball mixed had the status of a semi- million bonds to build the Everglades Mrs. Scott had stopped at the

Mrs. Glenn Dallas at their new Nomie Rogers water mains break. be leaving Naples Welfare Association foursome. This event Is sche- municipal course Expressway. sign at the corner, accordIng -
but her retirementas stop
duled for 19.
Sunday January
markedby The Tourism Committee; to the police report, and
chairman
was
r Details of the plan will be an
Lowdermilk's \ omcnoiciVllttll nounced the strip map showingan had then started across the

of the resolution presentation nounced. I IU. ( 'I""J) alternate route to Naplesvia street and collided with a car
following :
h. M walk reMaurunt "" fIIlc,1 i hv n U.S. 27 during the periodof driven by Mrs. Emily Barrett,
WHEREAS Dr. Ethel
Tryg Cuban tattle offer i n\o kin' "I'
stad is retiring as chairman of Cypress Lodge coffee on the menu"Cuban" construction on U.$, 41. Seagate. Damage to the Bar
"should be ready In about two estimated at $200
rett car was
the Welfare Associationas .
Naples '"i "Irnpcn.tr.t
of Jan. 'f.1964.andWIfERE.AS OfficersInstallation Yankee," weeks" The maps will be available and to the Scott car at $175.
Seats
i\I I'c) 'SOllilj TIIIICIIr to members for distribution -
it is felt by all the members '
of the Naples Welfare ceremonies.. for Marvin ColeChaplain; William at cost, one cent each. I Alibi I IN OOVr RSSIfST
>
MIAMI, ,lie, AP ) Commisaloe
.a Association that Trygstad's incoming officers were held last Pilson, tiler. The board also heard that chairman Jerry 1'utci of

services have been highly com night by Cypress Lodge #/295 The Installing: officer was the Tourism Committee in cooperation nuhurhiin Sweetwaler votedagalniit
:) \u: III.irdu is. ht'ltllliflil) mendable and that she has F&AM at the Masonic Hall In outgoing Master Doyle T. Morris with the county a contractor' offer to

.f worked faithfully and zealouslyfor Pine Ridge. ; Installing marshal was agent's office will have a display share, the com of a bridge with
snide it's right fur ) tau'! of Past Master Rex Lehman and
the best interests the Installed in the ceremonieswere ; on Naples and Its attractions the city:
t citizens of our community installing secretary was Past in the Southwest Florida "If we were to apply for a
Wc' hUH' I 10tl : J. Thomas Hoffman,worshipful
a 'It''oif \\ NOW THEREFORE.BE IT RESOLVED Master Robert Lawhon. Sr, Fair: and that filming has been government grant we night get
master; Robert Moor- Masons from Massa two bridge, or four bridge, WhoknowO"
1 ,_- ( to fill all' beast) THAT Dr.Ethel Tryg head senior warden; Preston visiting underway for the last two weeks I'ucei acid.t .
York and Ohio
stad be highly commended for chusetts New ,
I Sawyer, Junior warden; Bruce
requirement Let our t" 1f her services, Interest, Integrity Jenkins, treasurer Everett were welcomed by the lodge.It .
1 and unselfish devotion in he r duties ) was announced that the

merle gilt' )UII a hruu..,,1 I and that the appreciationof Craumer Shellhorn, senior secretary deacon; Jacques; Al Temple Association had held
the Naples Welfare Association its annual election of officersand
D.Fa yard,junior deacon:Ham
new fa..tlioll life! be extended to Dr. Tryg steward Eugene that Preston Sawyer was
Lundqulst, senior ;
g I stad in the form of this resolution elected president for the H64

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RUSHIN'ROULETTE --

a- FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1964 ;thr.;;Still the United States--*?

-- WASHJ:>OTO.AP)>-Tlmes ,tardy with its concern for pw
have changed |pie's welfare. By the mld.plrJh(
In this single week Democrat. ,when it finally got around lost;

E.. Federal Report On Smoking Could Be Helpful ic Republican President governors Johnson-and Nelson two cia unemployment Security Insurance and compuljoi, u 'a

A. Rockefeller of New York and already a quarter of a century)
George Romney of Michigan behind Britain.
tpc all proposed welfare programs. And it wasn't until l948-fctt
did It for the nation,
:: The long awaited government report tobacco, forwards the effective argumentthat the Johnson two governors for their Congress passed an employact ,-
ell on the effects of smoking is scheduled millions of people who never states. This Identity of purpose but refused to call Itemployment" "iwj

'n'e to be released tomorrow. Actually, smoked"- a cigarette in their lives have two won't parties eliminate throw the at bombast each otherIn the on Capitol Hill-for that the first the tia nT

enough information has already been lung cancer, heart failures, etc. Many this >ear's political cam. declared the government ty

.I:. "leaked" to the news media so that dissemination people will want to believe the Institute's palgns. But it does narrow the have responsibility for the ten,
.eral welfare.
.Jt of the contents of the report side of the argument and they will. range a bit. of But this was delayed re
days
It wasn't until the oenl
t": will provide no great surprises:! for the The report will undoubtedly cut into Henry vm and Queen Elizabeththat lion for what had alreay M

In American public. the tax take of federal, state and local a government In what come an accepted fact of Amer.

,.' It has long been known that smoking, governments which is something many might world be acknowledged called the for modern the ican clal legislation life with Its of start the New In the 1 D>em sa

:v'': particularly cigarettes, is harmful to people fail to take into consideration. first time It had responsIbilIty Presidents Truman Else

,' one's health. The only argument has For instance, in 1961 the federal government for the general welfare. hower and Kennedy all accetf.

Ifbeen over the extent of the harm. received almost $2-billion in tobacco The acknowledgment had a ed It and went on from them,
very modest beginning in the as they would have an-.,.
u. The government report will unequivocally taxes. The City of Naples got over Elizabethan poor laws. The ear. without the 1964 declaration

/1, declare that smoking cigarettes $11,000 as its share of cigarette taxes ly settlers ilthis country Their election-conscious pirtki

f results in a high incidence among users collected by the state in the month of brought the idea wlh them and didn't urge any return ti pre
It took form In poor houses. welfare days.
cnu of lung cancer, heart ailments and several November along Next to alcoholic beverages The idea progressed about as The disputes between the pat,

other diseases. and manufacturing, tobacco is just fast as an elephant walking ties, as parties, was no lcr:;; (

;:: What the effect of the report will be about the government's biggest source backwards across a frozen needy whether but to only do something how much for UK a

tit! is a moot question. Many smokers will of income. If people stop huffing and lake.The Constitution mentionedthe Nevertheless there is sliu

1';, quit the habit, whereas others will continue puffing on cigarettes, the lost income to general welfare vaguely. probably a part of therein, a
.
.) The government did take re. tlon which would like to ,
fc ito
smoke have in the all levels of
to they
as past. bi madeup
..Ofbsi government must sponslblllty for the welfare of the attitude of the 19th cen. 1
Recently in England there was conducted somehow. What the source will be is the" economy but not of needy Jury But, Judging from the t)
en' a campaign to warn Britishers anybody's guess. people. The first Congress election returns of the past .1
passed a tariff act to protect years it Is In a big minority
of t!' that smoking cigarettes was a very dangerous In Florida there is a law against the : : ," .. ,:.. ..::. American business from Im. Sen. Barry Goldwater rjj
( .,' :
"n habit and urging them to stop. sale of cigarettes to minors. It is not : ports. sounded unhappy about Sc n
01) -------- But as late as the last half Security but he
Huge posters warning against cigarettes enforced. There is a state law against seems to have

-ql were displayed throughout kingdom. selling alcoholic beverages to minors It LETTERS MAIL Stamps In The News of the presidents 19th century- specifically Amerl.can point had second In his career thoughts.he appears At on! t

.viol Warnings were voiced by government is enforced whenever possible. TO Pierce and Cleveland were to be saying the governmeat:

officials and others. Newspapers,. television Even if there was no government THEIfiJ'AIQLIEDITORLlj iJO I HB ragai AP Newfeatures I denying In very strong terms ought to get out of welfare pro. :
OR that this
government has responsibility grams.
and radio cooperated in disseminating report coming out tomorrow it would By SYD KRONISH
nldo for the general wel. But last September, In an lik
the news. seem a good idea to, first of all, start SF VLN stamp honoring the Winter Olympic Games iiAbu I'fare.The tervlew with U.S. News and
ru At first the campaign showed results. enforcing the law against the sale of held in Innsbruck. Auslria, from Jan :29! to Feb. q.> Supreme Court had pret. World Report, he was skedlf

.3 zynl j The sale of cigarettes dropped drastically, cigarettes to minors and, secondly, inaugurate Editor On ,behalf Collier of County the Florida News; 1964, will be issued by that country: reports the Austrian ty much began the to grow same: but view.still TheIdea In welfare he would programs."phase out" various .

sales of pipes and cigars went up but a campaign to educate young- Industrial Commission and the Information Service The stamps. ranging in value from baby steps, until the depression He said: "Oh, I don't thin
ll/v I in a matter of weeks the smoking pattern sters NOT TO START the smoking habit. Florida Industrial Safety Ad 1 schilling to 4 schillings: depict various Winter Oly'nips ;days of the 1930s when Presl. you can do that. Take Social
10! contests. dent Roosevelt's New Deal as. Security for example. I thinkit
of Britishers returned to normal. As for the adults who have been visory Committee 1 want to The I schilling fumures n slalom WIN Its PILLE 1964- sumed responsibility in desperation could be made flexible and.
Cigarette sales zoomed upward and it smoking for many years, we seriously express our thanks to you and nkier. The 1.20:! schilling to save the country. voluntary In that, if a mandidn't '
your newspaper for the help shows a contestant in the Hialhlon. This historic callousness to want to under it he
go ,
last week
was reported that they selling doubt that of
are them will
many quit cigar. given us through the 19- The 1.50 schilling depict a u zrt the welfare of the poor, the old, wouldn't have to."
at just about the pre-campaign rate ettes for any great length of time. A Safery-3 campaign.We fcki jumper. The 1.80 schilling N the unemployed the handicapped Thursday In New Hampshire .y
We strongly suspect that the same campaign would be pretty much wastedon believe that 19-Safety-3 portrays a girl figure skater The /'v. 117 the 111 is hardly surprls. where Rockefeller and Gold
10
j 2.20 schilling illustrates Ice ing when It is remembered human '
an
1 water to
are camplgnlng
thing will happen here. A big drop in them. contributed most significantly C
hockey player. The 3 schilling slavery existed from an.' get the Republican presidential
cigarette sales immediately after the report But educating youngsters to shun all to the reduction of disabling InJuries shows a sledge team The 4 0 45R tlqulty, didn't start to get abet 1 nomination the New Yorker

comes out-then In a few weeks a forms of tobacco is a laudable idea. If to our workers in Flor- schilling has an etching of a ished in Europe until the 19th took a crack at Goldwater (for
ida. The cunent reporting per- bobsled teens t EPUHIIKOS1ERRElftlits century and in this country had: the views he expressed last
return to present levels. The Tobacco the federal report results in nothing more iod shows that there were Austria IM proud of the fact to be abolished by a war September
Institute, which is comprised of cigarette than that it will have served a commendable 19,000 fewer reported injuriesin that her Olympic teams have par beginnings In 166) when four Even now there are probably He said Goldwater advocated
\ manufacturers and others interested In"Lt'ttt'ril 19-Safety-3 than for the comparable ticipated in all of the games of doctors in Stockholm applied to still areas where slavery is a plans that"would wreck the Social '
purpose.I' period in 1962 in spiteof the modern series with the exception the Queen to be allowed to forma way of IUe. in Its direct form Security system of the
a 28,000 increase in Flor, of those held in Antwerp, "Collegium Medicorum." Their in some places, and in peonage! 1 country" and "would take us
ida's work force. Belgium, in 1920. application was granted by royal In others since peonage Is Justa fight back to the poor house
resolution of Queen HedvigBleenora nice-nellyfam! for the real and bigger relief rolls." 4 4tJsste
International
; :Association
Ghana] issue
plans to. a set of
others say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS of Accident Boards and Commissions four stamps in memory of Eleanor Central .Medical From this group the I. << AA ,,t, .M ,
adopted the Florida Administrationhas
Roosevelt. It is expected that
program as an International these stamps will simultaneous grown into such organizations -
I fety project for the new year ly honor the 15th anniversary of as the National Swedish Jn 1976 hew much ef eur heritage f frtedemfrm dl
Many Don't Want To WorkI and, of course our State will the Declaration of Human Rights Collegium of Soundness and the 177* will remain: ?
participate in the 19-Safety-4 Mrs. Roosevelt was known as a present National Swedish Boardof 6

I United Stale Chamber of Com- bearing on the number of pei-sons not campaign our advisory under committee the guidance com-of prime Featured mover on the in stamp this will program.be an All Health.three stamps bear a pot THE PEOPLE WANT To KNOWssus
.merce has come with some Interesting working. Teen-ngers it oval -
up says, may be look posed of representatives from portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt trait of Dr. Oregoire Francois
figures on unemployment in the United ing for jobs but not really pressing' be- with the torch of human rights Du Riett who was the first president
I State from which it concludes that the cause they are usually living at home with management and labor govern- and the inscription, "The defender of the Collegium.
This
ment, Insurance
lack of desire to work may have ai great their parents : married women who for pro of human rights Eleanor .
will be kicked off at the RoO "
gram !!e v tit.
u bearing on the high number of joule the most part do not find outside work Third Annual Florida Indus- Brazil has announced that it the
persons in the Nation as the much publi- an absolute necessittend to be choosy trial Safety Conference to be The Republic of China has has great plans for celebratingthe public AcnooU ?

fifed scarcity of Jobs. about the type of work they will accept held February 9, 10, and 11 issued a two-stamp set commemorating 400th anniversary of the city
The Chamber points out that the aver and many single men have no great Incentive at the George Washington Ho- the second Asian Basketball of Rio de Janeiro in 1965. A Our schools, public, private.. and parochial -
age unemployment rat for the United to exhaust all avenues of possible tel in Jacksonville.Your Championship reports. the special act of commemorative must assume a large measure of
= Is 4.8 world Wide stamps will be issued at that responsibility for .
states per cent However t the fipr- emnloymcnf. continued Philatelic Agency. I character and citizenship
well are further broken down to a 13.1 percent The family breadwinner. with the tru will be appreciated cooperation as all of One stamp shows a basketball time to will mark be the event.of The elaborate new l .? training& of our children. Many
rate for teen-aged boys 12.7 for Incentive for earning monev-to feed and us combine our effort to DO player in action and the other stamps program a to part commemoratethe an ,-:7.: children let: little of ijooj example'or ."

Jeen-atred girl, 6.4 for married women shelter hit wife and 'hllc1rtn-retect MORE IN 19-SAFETY-4. Your where stamp the depicts tournament: the is gymnasium held and city's founding in 1565 by hdpful advice at home, Earn devote,I t
and 8.8 per cent for single men over 20. thi!! need In the fact of a 97.7 employment help is invaluable in making the Asian Cup.Colombia Portuguese colonists The Phil. parents sometimes fail

With all these separate categories well rate, a figure well above the national average Florida a safer place to live atelic Club of Brazil has been School attendance is compulsory Every child can be:
above the national average and the rats! and certainly indicative of a much work, and play. has issued a 55 centavos authorized by the government to reached Teachers have ability, knowledge. and keen. inter
for married men-not separated from lower national jobless figure' if the need WORLEY BROWN airmail stamp commemorating hold a contest for the selection cst Training children to become flood ;
citizens
their "h'e--at 2.3 per cent, the Chamber and desire for work were the Mine for fit Worley Brown the recently held South of designs for the new stamps ems and good neighbors: is the great: of, education jood; par
concludes that incentive may have sonic those seeking it. Chairman, F.I.C. American Tennis Championship.The '' ..: 22 purpose
design chows the emblem of ", >>i" \' 'y ::> LAST rnllooN t.aO.Iett1 I' .uuu.1. leN'L'ON N.u
,\ C> I"1 'N' '
-St. Augustine Record the games and. oa _tennis player. ". : W.' or alIO'U' leN'LO.IN. rusa..aN .ro"o I. ttea.TODAY '
-

To The Editor" minute. We may not agree with Sweden has announced that it Words of WarningA j

what you say but we will defend PET DOCTOR will issue three new stamps to Flint, Mich., man was in
We like "letters to the editor." right to It. commemorate the 300th anniversary custody in connection with IN WASHINGTONBY
your say 'y A. w. Mailer, D.V.MQ. of the /National; Swedish the theft of
These are the voice of the people Yea-and publish It too! St. two tape recorders
Board of Health The values are a radio and cash from
and we wish that more of our people Cloud News 25 THE ASSOCIATED
ore 35 ore and 200 ore three churches. One of the PRESS
would take advantage of this weekly 0 0 .+ The Ktorv behind this rat had recorders contained a taped .
opportunity to voice their opin- A Fine Showing t r sermon entitled "Thou Shalt
VwV v Not Steal." WASIOACTON committee headed by Mrs. An
/ the
(APV-Jn
ions. We think It Is a healthy prac-. Pardon us, our pride is showing. V 'r N \ news from Washington: : glen Bldcfle Duke, wife of the t

tice. This la spoken for and In behalfof DISARMAMENT President chief of protocol

Dut these letters should always the voters of Venice who can be THIS CURIOUS WORLD Johnson disarmament views the negotiations next round of NO COMMENT- Atomic Energy ,.

be signed. An opinion Is really no justifiably proud of the record vote 11t 'tl Geneva a* "one of the most Im.In Commissioner Robert E. t

opinion at all, when It conies froman ,cast in Tuesday's municipal election. ? l el portant way stations In this na. Wilson's reply to reports that "
author and it will not Of tlon's priority effort to he has submitted his resigna.
anonymous a total of 1311 registered vot- i strengthen the peace" thin to President Johnson Is "I
be published In this newspaper. So, ers-get this-1024, or nearly 78 per "As the United Stales enters Just don't feel free to say what

please sign them. cent, balloted. As one election official these negotiations in a new the present situation Is."
VAQIa year we harbor no Illusions of A former board chairman of
These letters should always be aptly It that
put represented easy success," the Presidentwas Standard 011 Co. of Indiana
very short-not over a couple of virtually every one of those in town. quoted as saying in a White Wilson favors private ownership .
hundred words. Space In any weekly The fact that the electorate House statement issued today. of special nuclear materials
"But we do take encourage.ment now a government monopo
newspaper is limited--sometimes turned out In such numbers
repre- ly. His
from
I am an aquarium owner developments In the argument Is that the
very limited. It is not fair to publish sents a most wholesome situation. I have teen and w.ed teveral recent past and look to new op. present system Is costly to tax.

one long letter, and have to Certainly it indicates a greater remediei to gel algae cH the ARE Nc c 1118 LAlaga t AIMNMALS LMP44 X tlkaf portunltles In this nation's payers and hampers develop

leave many others out for lack of awareness of and interest in our city plow but they haven't worked ARE ALSO ike LAtbESf 4tM wALs lute SW'et eARTH.wo 4W0 L 4 sound search and for significant new agreement arms lliruItatlon in gy ment system of a private atomic ener

government. Most of them are (for ridding Ihe and reduction measures" ::h..b ".', .'. .. '
room.And please don't indulge In The Jaycees can share the credit wot.r, not the gloss, of algae. ,/ The White House also con. +,:irw.: .,.:::"i.: "".:. <. ..35w, '. .'h,.'a'.".
Pleate h.lp me find a remedy firmed that William C. Foster
name-calling, smears and personal through their get-out-the-vote
cam Oeniie Reineke, Cltndora Calif : 'IN INDIA director of the arms control
attacks. Make them constructive.You paign. This newspaper feels it can and Disarm ment Agency, via STRICTLY FRESHFor
A. Without qutition alga art on. is k' Paweunl1vtia>mtC head the
can be for, or opposed to cer- claim some of the credit too, throughthe U.S. delegation. The
of rh* moil .Irritating, things(of onYlnow"h talks are to begin Jan. 21 with
tain goings-on at city hall or at the ar4 most persons, there Is
pre-election series written by Re-
I Idoubtwl.M.rth.r. 11 nations
aquarium G 841Ro daD1 A ksa>d taking put.REFURBLSHED a big difference between
courthouse or elsewhere. That is porter W. Earl Aumann and his > a compl.)* and timpl oniwtc .. free speech and cheap talk.
your right and It Is your right to so coverage of the election campaign.Now your problem Mony of the alga c. 1 1 ; Freshly 0
men or* good Apply on* 01 Indtotd painted and stocked with hUtor.
express yourselves. But please keep It is up to all those who < on th* package and alto Itrop le furniture, Blair House Is of Many his right a man to who is what proud he
out nasty! personalities. voted Tuesday-and those who didn'tto in* walls doily, wilt On alga acropo' ready for the arrival Tuesday say

Dut of this our readers may be turn out for the Dec 17 run-off Prvnhng, *.poiur* to duct lunligSt Italy.of President Antonio Segnl! of ONEOPDAYSe

assured. You don't have to agree between Mayor Smyth D. Drohard will ".Ip, 01 ttnlighl.mt to promo' A.lauRrkGT1eb The newly decorated Pre,..
alga growth Chang the water ''fqunriy *-
with editorial policies of this news and Councilman Dr. John R. Hogan. end b* ''''0 you own alto( dent's guest house across the s

paper. You have the free right of No matter for whom you vote, 'by nomnli and Ih* ,fish. tank thoroughly was street reopened from the Thursday White House with i

expression, whether we agree with all means vote. Then when thingsdon't I can'l guarantee that Ihn will olv* Nwstl AMSritc'AN ,' reception. "I think It's beautU a
those written expressions or not. go to suit you at city, hall you Hi* probUm. bv it you work at It yew ful/ said Sirs Lyudon B. John
can koep th* algae under control and! _. .ity'toetMxrcrA, ton after a tour.
This is the American Way and weltleve can, with justification. raise your kp your aquarium looking clo and i eoisiM of FaxFt.es: About $130,000 la gift helped

in, that._ Way every living voice.-Venice Gondolier privy in the rtfurbUhlng Job. In pleases, wishes he had the
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dJI-' Those j ICC Head Says For Military Space RoleBy

Mr*Grimm. Claude Ml J-299* new WASHINGTON chairman of the CAP interstate) The

t HOWARD BENEDICT lion-dollar task of developing a
_----l I Commerce Commission took along
-- -- look at the nation's rail. CAPE: KENNEDY Fla. (AP) mannea orbiting laboratory -
Several of the following meetings corating them with felt and road Industry today and declared -The year Is 1975. A.veral; U.S. known as MOL to learn Just

were held before the holidays Christmas trimmings. Each a) the patient healthy and spaceships the size of house what the military can do while
: however we believe they girl decorated her own bowl. 1 1t aound. trailers circle the globe in an orbiting 150 to JOO miles above

are important and should be Cookies were baked the day r "Thej'll never be obsolete- orbital pattern which keeps the the earth-the area consideredItal

(included here. of the party to fill the bowls. no, sir,'' declared Abe McGreg. entire earth under constant lur.velllanc. fir war operations.As .
the early
Troop 276 held their Investiture The girls painted the cookies or Goff 64, Idaho Republicanwho .. envisioned consist of modified
and rededication serviceat with brushes dipped In egg yolk assumed the chair of the Each has four-man crew MOLL will a
Jan. 1. Two fly the craft and monitor !In. version of the National Aero
tl-man commission
the Scout House
in the pre- before they were baked. Each Administration'
and
castles Space
"The railroads have had a struments while the other two
sence of parents and Invited girl decorated and baked six tremendous Increase In long rest. two-man Gemini capsule

guests. Special guest was Mrs. cookies. Afterward they were haul traffic," Goff said In an Suddenly, the captain of one attached to a huge canister 25
E.W. Timberlake who participated put in the bowls and covered interview "I won't make any ship spots scores of missiles feet long and 10 feet in dl.

in the ceremony. Mistress with saran wrap. The girls specific predictions about the blasting from a hostile country. ameter.
of ceremonies Joanne then enjoyed refreshements of future but all of our rail rods He dashes an alert to the other The Titan 3, now under devel.
Russell. Following the program cocoa and cookies other than are In much healthier shape ships Those within range aim opment will be the booster rock.
# last year at this detection equipment at the mis. et. During the launching phase,
refreshments were served to those they had prepared. Girls than they were astronaut
the guests by the girls. In the troop a re: Kim Alexander time." sites and determine within sec.onds the two-to.four.rnan ride In the Gemini
will
If the Industry I'I that are headed for teams
Why, then, they
assisted
Mrs. Unkeless. by Kathy Boynton Jane Ann Drunk the United' States. vehicle Once orbit is achieved
have so many meif.
Mrs. Ellis and Mrs.Metts.was Patricia Dtdlake, Rita Hamm. ere so healthy been ,consummated or pro. The spaceships, maneuveringat they will transfer to the pres.

In charge of the refreshment Anita Hern.SherrlHodges.Gail posed? 18,000 miles an hour, launch surlzed canister, where they
and decorations. The following Humphrey Toby Keller Deb- Why, that's slmole." Goff deadly antimissile rockets at will remove their apace suits
Scouts were Invested or reded- orah Lambert. Linda McKay said "S.venty.nve years ago the enemy projectile, destroy. and operate In a shirt-sleeve en.

Icated: Melba Dean Bealrd, Kathy Morris Edris Nichols when all the railroads were laid tog most before they.ve expend. vlronmenU

Cindy Bell, Ronda Bumba- Debby Green Candy Sargent out, they didn't lay them out In ed their) booster fuel Other After three or four weeks
designed for modern ships In the American patrol aloft, the astronauts will don
lough Katherine Dunn Tamara Kathy Skeele, Raylean Slavin a pattern
Into the
Marsha Dana condition They had no way of obliterate\ many of the war. space suits, slip back
Stewart
Lynn Ellis Evans ,Lynn Vega Debby and return to
Gemini capsule
knowing what this country would heads during the mldcourse pore
Jeanne Ann Glllson Susan Beth Hlsler and Brenda Smith. In
canister
look like today. So now there tton of their Journey, And U.s. earth, leaving the
Laura Brooke Koliopu- Senior Scouts Decker.
Grimm Betty
, hive to be some adjustmentsmade. ground defenses wipe out many orbit.
p lous, Katherine Keely Evelyn Trudy Marshall Mary Helen ." more. In announcing the MOL dad.

. Diane Metis. Dobbl D. Miller Corwln and Pamela Coe attended Guff had a ready answerwhen Special attack spacecraft in slon on Dec. 10, Secretary of
s' Jennie Pllson Joanne Carleton a public relations seminarIn asked whether he has a the United' States orbiting force Defense Robert 8. McNamara

Russell Lee Martin Russell Sarasota December 27 and RELAXING between scenes of "Naples movie 15 minutes in length will be philosophy about railroad mergiers. unleash nuclear weapons on the said the first vehicle manned Is flight expect.of
Ann Smith Lynda Jean took for enemy nation. the complete
i Lydia 28. The girls training
Smith. Lorrie Thomas Lynda aides In public relations and Rediscovered" is the Richard Hanley available for distribution through So. "Of course I do," he said. "Uthey'rl Can manned satellites effect ed late In 1907 or early 1968 aft.er .

Beth Unkeless Melissa Cooper af-er fifty hours service will "family." The young son in the familyis lana Studios to private clubs and the in the public Interest, 1 lively carry out military mis- a number of unmanned the
qualified
have
Wain Maureen Woodson and recleve their star for this actually the son of writerdirectorJack like. The Naples Chamber of Com favor them If" they're bad, I'm lions The of Air this Force type? said equipment.launching
them. onr.h.
against
Carol Yanson. Leaders of the project. Speakers at the seminar : LaFrandre (dark glasses) who was merce will place black and white printsof yet and has struggled for a mil.Itary McNam.ra stressed the proJect ],
troop are Betty Smith and Lorl- discussed opportunities for Is "an Insurance program"
Last month
the the movie into circulation throughthe Jacqueline Won'tBe rule In space
instrumental
i7 ane McKay. girl scouts Interested in public in setting up cooperative the service won Its argumentand to prepare the United States to
j 'S. relations. Sherrl Grimes movie venture between Johnson Florida Development Commission'sTV Name Of Town was assigned the mult 1m 11. launch manned space warships

Brownie troop 272,meeting on Miss Florida 19.,1.1 was a featured Motors and Naples The completed film library SOUTH HACKENSACK, NJ. if the need should arise .
I, with leaders Lorene Basically, MOL will be a research
Saturday speaker. CAP) The Township CommlU Cypress Grange It will add to
I' Caruthers and Betty Roe also Cadette troop 124 opened their tee voted unanimously Thursday program

r. had an Investiture and rededication meeting with the flag ceremonyIn Sale night against a suggestionthat Meets Jan. 16th the function knowledge for long on how periods man can In
White :
( program. Special guests charge of the Kingfisher Elephant this Industrial community The Cypress Grange will space; It will determine tech.
t were Mrs. E.W. Timberlake rol. After the regular business change Its name !to Jacqueline In meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, nlcal requirements for military
. and Mrs. Francis Ford. The Decker help honor of the widow of president the Wo
senior scout Betty Januray 16. at Naples missions serve u. proving
I program opened with the flag ed the Daisy patrol with the 231 John F also. Kennedy.It tabled. without dls., man's Club. ground for components and sys.

. ceremony followed by"Amer- flag ceremony and Karen Hult- Set For February cusston, a resident's request to The meeting Is open to the terns which must operate In

Ica" and the Lord's Prayer. zen. another senior assistedthe name a park after Kennedy. public. space for long periods and will

Mrs. Timer lake presented pins Diamonds. Kingfishers discussed The 1964 "White Elephant slst as vice chairman of the and-receive a ticket entitling establish the configuration for

\ to these girls:CarolCaruthers, the Challenge of Social Sale" sponsored annually by the event them to enter. The question ', Everyone: Head The NEWS It !I'aya To Advertise military spacecraft.CTllr' .

Deborah Eggleston, Jeanne Dependency with leaders Mrs. Naples Community Hospital It was announced that gifts and answer period. It was an- -

, Gardiner, Susan Lambert Tara Alan Bibee and Mrs. Ruth Mat- Auxiliary will be held Friday donated to the project will be nounced. will be held at 12:30

J y Miller Cynthia Roe Laura thews. The troop had further February 28, In the Chlumsky stored at the Chlumsky Shop- p.m., the day of the sale. If

Rudy, Deborah Stone and Wanda discussion and Is looking for- Shopping Center located on ping Center and delivery Is a participant's name Is drawn

. Skaggs. Membership cards ward to the Council Cadet Opp- Central Avenue between the possible at this early date. and is not present. It is plan-

were given to Terri Bass ortunity this spring. There is Trail and 10th Street.Announcement Those wishing to make a delivery ned presently to contact that

Sonya Bell Deborah Mansfield a possibility of day camp this was made by can be sure the build- person by telephone a spokesman -

Mary Splngler Susan Woodalland summer. The meeting closed Mrs. John Meador, chairman ing Is open by calling Mrs. said. Complete contest

Lisa Cross. Refreshments with the flag ceremony. of the auxiliary Ways and Means Helen Yeager at MI 2-2151 plans are not finalized.

,\' were served by Mrs. Robert Committee and the annual sale. or Mrs. John Meadors at

Miller Mrs. Caruthers and HoleInWallLadies Mrs. Frank Purcell will as- MI 2-4169. Two Die As e

Mrs. Roe. Beginning Friday February .e
Troop 256 enjoyed a delightful 14, the building will be open
Hospital ReportADMISSIONS
( Christmas party put on by Lunch dally from 9 a.m., until noon .'" "

the monthers. Mrs. Jeanette and from 1 to 4 p.m., It was Plane Knifes :.. ,. .'t'u\.' C/;'
?J Iversen was chairman and was 1-1- Jean Guenther, Clemens: announced A pick-up can .be
,i assisted by Mrs. Margaret Set For MondayThe Wetzel Martha Lozano. arranged by calling Mrs.

f} Wolfe and Mrs. Pat Bailie. Women's Hole-In-the- 1-2- Ruth Jolllffe,Otis Ruffln Yeager or Mrs. Meadors. MEMBERSHIPS OPEN

gi, Table decorations consistedof Wall Golf Association will hold George Caupu George Vinson, The auxiliary plans to initiate Power PoleSTUART facts
a punch bowl set In the and :
Russell this a "question answer
Monday Audrey Turner Moy year
and a 12:30 p.m., luncheon (AP) Two young
center of a holly wreath the
" red and plates and January 13, and It promised Mary Wilson Joyce Judd. contest" replacing orderto men from Boston were killed la Tour Rivaue is a custom Triple A constructed, cooperative residential
cups In
green with 13Carol Canova Tadeus door prize drawing. when their piano
to be "a fun party" Thursday building of French Cplonial design.
napkins. In one corner of the transacted. It Kotulskl. l Isabel Mahoney Elva claim one of numerous door knifed through a power pole, hit
beautiful little business la Tour Rivage's approximate twin building on the ocean In Fort Lauder
scout house stood a Club Wilson. Webster Hull Isabel prizes already on hand, participants a pickup truck flipped over on for
will be held at the Beach dale has satisfied some of the nation's leading personalities eight
silver Christmas tree and under Hotel. Soto John McCauley. In the contest will haveto a railroad track and burned. years and year 'round living too It's proven itself I Ours however, is
it a chimney full of gifts Yesterday members of the 1-4- Mildred. Mobley. Ethel answer a question about the The dead were identified u of the 1964 vintage with all of the latest present day appointments

for the Brownies. Carols were association staged a "tin whis- Constance Robert MacKeever hospital. Joseph Bertolaml.. William Martin 24, and Russell 'G Chris Keagy, formerly of Kroetz-Keagy, overall consultant for Naples
played throughout the party as hospital director will write Wells, about 20, both of Boston.Vernon Inc
tle" at the HoleInheWall Sherry Weems Jame.sGranger, truck Waterfront Developers
tourney Skelton the
the girls played balloon games course.Full handicaps: Hydee Reyes Marvin Llghtner the questions It was announced. driver was in Martin, Memorial Noted Architect, Morton T Ironmonger has successfully designed over
and had their pictures taken applied In an arrangementwhere Lowell Kinney Nathaniel Carter Those planning to participateIn Hospital, with cut and fracturedribs. $21,000,000 worth of cooperative residences for Mr. Keagy on the

by a photographer from the points for honors were Christopher Brack Elea- the contest will donate. $1 Southeast Florida coast

Collier County News. Small awarded for pars birdies and nor Washburn Brenda Hunter .. "I saw the plane coming at Frank J Rooney Inc., Florida's foremost general contractor, now In its
sandwiches with olivesChrist Rachael Wilson Fred Wlnzel. PEO Sisterhood him about treetop level" said thirtieth year of successful building projects) ranging from Industrial
and candy eagles. stores, bank and office buildings, the South's largest
mas cookies cupcakes Katherine Howard Stuart plumbing plants, department
Lamar
15GordonSmith, ,
Mrs.James Morton won first residences suchas
and punch with sherbet ser Tee- Cowling A.R.Niblett Gertrude Founders' Day contractor. "part of the wing! shopping centers, to today's outstanding cooperative
and Herman
Class A Mrs. la Tour Rivage
ved to the girls at the end of .. was out The plane went right
the party concluded the fest- tor placed second. Class B Rogers, Annie Walker Ramos.Mar- At Fort Myers through the power pole and hitVern'a .240 feet of private Gulf beach for 40 families. No streets between
winners were Mrs.AnhurRe1d. jorie Holland Mary and the Burt.
Ivltl S. The troop presented 16Helen Hennlng Alma Members of the PJB.O. Sis- truclte"Howard you
first with Mrs. W.R. Smith aid he yelled to Skel
In
Denise Snow a gift app-
tie Kul'ander Elmo Grant Helda terhood In the Naples area are 'Club-type membership and control
reciation of her assistance to and Mrs. T. Thompson In a ton, then ran around and saw
leaders Roberta Wilson and Ann for second honors. Bruer, Loretta Platt. Claude Invited to a Founders Day Lun- him lying on the ground with 'Maid service available full or part

Kearns. In Class C, Mrs. L. Faneue Hanna Paul Arnold Helen Mc- cheon In Fort Myers Saturday his face all bloody. time,

of the afternoon and Mrs.C.Tooke tied for first Cutchean Mary Brantley, January, 18th. The luncheon and Only the pilot and co pilot Located in one of the finest and most
Brownies Friday Mrs. R.M. Rush finished second Evelyn Haglu. program will be held at Shrine were aboard the 11 passenger desirable sections of Naples, The Moorings .
troop under the leader- 1-7- Dr. Arpad Paunez Elise Club on Hanson St. at 12:30: executive charter plane a blue which also features the exquisitelynew
ship of Jean Easterly Joan Calhoun Frank BaileyGeorgia and is open to visiting and un- and white De Havfland Dove, Moorings Country Club end golf
" Vega and Sylvia Morris com- INFLATION AGAIN Moore Foster Olrayd Baby affiliated P.E.O'i. operated by the National Execu. course (Memberships are limited to
reside the Moorings area
pleted gifts for their mothersat tAP) live Flight Service of Boston. people who in
TALLAHASSEE' Ha --
girl Billie Alexander Fisher. Chapters of Fort Myers this Includes owners ofa/ Tour
their Christmas party. Sev- Florida AAM t Unlvrrmty' famed Witnesses said the plane tak. Rivage.)
eral weeks previous the girls manning bend is known as the Leach are sponsoring the event, Ing off for Fort Lauderdale
DISCHARGES honoring the 95th anniversary here 'Quiet good taste to satisfy the most
made bowls by cutting bottoms "Marching 100. But it actually after bringing passengers
from Clorox bottles and de- hat 132 member. 11Douglas Cuttiam. Jean of the Sisterhood. from Boston, seemed unable to discerning

Guemher.tArnold Petersen.Jo- Reservations should be made gain altitude and upped two
seph Bryan Anna Nash Adrian the trees and the power line beforeIt
16th with one of
by January
Hogue, O. M. Cross Hurtle hit Skelton'a truck. geauw{
TV RfttJIO. I Lawson Ofelia Gomez and baby following Mrs. William J.Brothwell The wreckage Mocked the :
ED 4-4125 Mrs.
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; Florida East Coast Railway line
-- girl. H.R. Palmateer OX 4-1437 or for about six hours. Two freighttrains Resident manager and his wife on the
!'' By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP Interest In science With hi 12Oner Slgmon Herman Mrs. Presley Campbell MO. rerouted on other premises at all times to act as receptionists -
Televlslon-Radlo Writer staff, he spent two years trav Lawson Alberta Jackson Leah 3-3633 Fort Beach. were and for building management.
| Myers tracks
NEW YORK (AP>-The writ. sling around the country attend. Ransburg Manna Lozano and 'Sunken Riviera-styled beachfront patio.
ers of television's serious dra. inC science fain and Interview. baby girl.
the two sea.Sons big the young exhibitors. Manyof 'The recreation area boasts a king size
ma during have been busily past exploring the boy and girl, whose May.1-3-Tadeus Isabelle Kotulskl.Layton Russell fresh completely water pool equipped, large kitchen party room, charcoal with For Brochurea
between 10 and 16
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., problem adolescents delinquents ages art award range winners. 1-4- Joyce Judd and baby boy grills, ice cube makers and service Write
gang members, narcoUle Carol Canovaand baby boy Nathaniel Versailles-
vet.cram His new program It "more Lush landscaping, creating
But
thieves. a
addicts, Kids' Carter, Otis Wright styled central garden,
sophisticated" than "Quiz
television producer-Steve ATTENTIONALL La l Tour Rivage
Carlin has been busily plan. ever was, said Carlln. He In., Walter Haller, Ruth Jolllffe Full GE appliances In your kitchen In.
ring a series about bright slats that In the past two years Dexter Tlnney, George Vi'ison, eluding frost-free refrigerator, the new
he has received a good basic William Ruffln Audrey Turner Americana range and oven, dishwasher
healthy and bappy kids. P.O. Box 576 MI 2-7272
of
knowledge of science mostlyby and disposal Purchaser has choice
The program called "ScienceAll Marvin Llghtner. DEMOCRATS! colors,
Star," will have its pre. talking to bright children. 1.5- Haydee Reyes and baby
mine Sunday on ABC (4:30.5pun. "Ivt been appalled by the boy Mildred Mobley and baby Finest quality custom-made kitchen
Eastern Standard Time). lack of Interest In science,"saidCtrllw Hazel Strickland. cabinets Color choice available.'Each .
boy
Headliners of the fist program ;t7 e.t.r""A-romC"I have felt that a lot-yIn ; 16Julia Coming Sherry The Collier County DemocraticClub apartment contains Its own central air conditioning and heating

will Include a 16.year.old Seat.Ue Weems Mary Vatcher Christopher will hold Its Annual system
boy who built a television a sort of vacuum. They hay Inc.,
motivated and if thl Brick Brenda Hunter Marble window sills.
to be -
camera tor boy$-40 who; a lJ.year.oldChicago construct program help in this ettoz and baby girl. meeting at 8:00 P.M. on Tuesday, Most modern silent mercury light switches.

robot and an ll.year.old Brook. even a little bit. it's accora, 1-7- Katherine Cowling Er- January 14, 1964 at the Shadow- -All apartments have their own spacious, private balconies.
foot something very Impor win Coleman baby girl Blllle
lyn girl who made a two- tamed Picture windows facing the surf.
model of a subway, com. Wllhelmlna Strivers, Mary lawn Elementary School, 2161 Sha-
with MlCoperatlng elec. Ramos Rachael Wilson. *Daylight ceilings in bathrooms and kitchen.
plete Recommended! weekend view,. dowlawn Drive East Naples.
trie door. Modern bathrooms end fixtures to satisfy the most demanding.

Carlln' own television and ingt Tonight "That Was Ttv, BIRTHS Honorable Tom Adams Sec- Master vanity and guest vanity in designated apartments, with large
radio experience Includes writing The ,
medicine chest.
Week That Was," premiere,, 1-1 Mr. and Mrs. Ellas W. size custom-built

roaring and entertainment producing such shows rip.a* NBC, 9:30.10 (Eastern Standard Lozano baby boy. retary of State, will speak and install Walk in closets and clothes hanging space is more than generous
Time). 1-2- Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. each for the two
"Gangbuters" and "Counter. Covered garage for each apartment. Two garages
and be was also Involved Saturday Special programs .. Judd, baby boy. our officers for the ensuing penthouses,
spy
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on smoking and the stargeon.generaf's and Mrs.
most 1-3- Mr. Murray
In some of broadcasting Spacious storage lockers for every apartment.
report ABC and I year.
successful fame show, Includ. C. Canon baby boy. '
log "Quit Kids," and, onbappi.ly CBS 7.730 P.m., NBC, 7:3G 14Mr.. and Mrs. Felipe Naturally, two elevators. .
"The $64,000 Question." 8:30. Reyes baby boy; Mr.and Mrs. ALL Democrats, whether Club -A lounge! for guests until they have been announced. by, the receptionistand ?
The science show had Its be. Sunday "One of a Kind/ Ellsha Mobley baby boy. in received by the host
members not cordially
premier CBS 44 pm-.bell,. or are service and
ginning when Sputnik I went 16Mr.\ and Mrs Joseph Intercom from all apartments to the recreation end areas
copter view of the Uoltec I .'
iv, and CarUn, a eriouawntnd* !main office. .1< .
Hunter baby girl.
"Science vited.
State* All Star,
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Meet LSI Belle Miami-Cat Cay Ocean RaceBy BBBUHBHKS 3JMBHHBB1SPORTS



BILL SANSDJG 45.foot sloop Apache, Robin and

Associated Press writer Comanche.

Here Tonight MIAMI (AP-Two new boats, Last year's winner of the
one built In Holland and the Southern circuit on corrected

other In California, attracted time, Joe Byars' Doubloon from . . . . . . . . .
Two young and improving basketball Fort Myers Jayvees and Sara- yacht fans' Interest today as Tampa, was not in today's com.

teams: Naples: and La- sota Cardinal Mooney. they and 27 other craft sailed petition.

Belle take the floor here tonight Naples Coach Andy Lorentzson off on the MlamUCat cay ocean Others in the race are Sham- 6 COLLIER COl' T\' SEWS Friday, January 10. 1964
rock Tomahawk Tigress Mag.
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with each team probably wll stan center Steve
at 8:00. race.Ted
gle L Last Straw, Tal han,
Hood of New York skip. ,
hoping to Improve on won-lost Clark forwards Walter Ritchie pered hid 47.foot yawl Robin, Indigo, Aalscholver, Anemone ,, Four Horsemen Attend As

records which are not too flattering and Many Bowen and guards designed by him and launched Scintilla, Windsong, pirouette

as of the moment. Buzz Berson and David Pease. recently In Holland, and Fuller n. Scaramouche, Carls i m a,

The first three are juniors and y ( Callaway m of San Francisco dais de Lune n, Zephyr, Dilemma

The host Eagles have Defeated the last two are seniors. commanded his gleaming white Mischief, Impulse, Ta. Jim Crowley Gets AwardBy

Immokalee by five points, and The Eagles will enjoy a height 40.foot sloop Conquistador on Its vans Hand Que Pas .

lost twice to Key West and advantage over the smallish first race. f
Clean Bill Hunsinger are still alive
once each to Puma Gorda and Cowboys whose tallest playerIs The race opened the Southern BOB GREEN .
"Miller Layden and I all
Fort Myers. LaBelle sportsa only 5-11 1/2. Clark is Ocean Racing conference sea. Health GivenTo Associated Press Sports writer weighed about, the same," Crow.
which Includes son but It without last NEW YORK (APprobablYthe '
3-7 record was
6-3 and Ritchie and Pease stand ley recalled, "about 161 or 162.
,a four-point victory over Im over six feet.Tonight's year's winner, Bolero. Owner of Ernie Banks most legendary all and most football famous Stuhldruher was about 158. The

mokalee and decisions over B team preliminary Iket Bolero attractive, Sally Beverly Ames Hills Langmulr heiress, CHICAGO (XP)-Ernie Banks teams of never started college a game guards were about 175 each,

usual has been pronounced 100 per Bach was about 190 and so were
begins at 6:30 as at died last Sept. 25, of an acct and was just a little smaller
the school The &" r cent physically fit for the 1964 the tackles The ends were
Unlimited high gymnasium. dental overdose of sleeping tab. than most good, present-day "
Says principal route to the school lets. baseball campaign, a cheery high school teams about 178 or 180.
note for the Cubs. The backfield was tagged the
22nd Avenue North off the Trail, Callaway said Conquistador Chicago Jim Crowley and his surviving
So Important was Banks' fit. Four Horsemen by sportswriter
SubstitutionHurts launched teammates of the famed Four
last November
Is and
now passable. EARLY START Former Olympic skier Penny ness progress that the reportwas and Grantland Rice in Notre Dame's
Horsemen Seven Mules
had
only a couple of
Alva's always dangerous Pitou takes her Infant ton, Christian' for hit' first, ski lesson sailings before Sunday read by Dr. Jacob Suker, Notre Dame team of the early 1924 game with Army. The four
leaving for Flor.
FootballBy Ramblers aim to stay close to on the slopes of the Gunstock ski aria 'In Cuilford NH, club physician, to Cub stock. 1920s had one of their rare get. played together as a unit from

the top In Everglades Confer- Ida."One of the differences In holders Thursday, togethers Thursday night when late In their sophomore seasonin

WILL GRIMSLEY Writer ence standings tonight when they *,* ** ** * * Conquistador and Hood's boat," "Ernie Is 100 per cent fit," Crowley was presented with the 1922 through 1924.
Associated Press Sports journey to Immokalee. The Indians Callaway said "Is that the Rob. said Suitor "There is no reason, Touchdown Award for service In that time, the fabulous

NEW YORK (AP) Adm. have won only one of In displaces 32,000, pounds while physically, that should preventhim to football Fighting Irish under Coach

Tom Hamilton, one of college six, and a triumph over Alva GAME ours displaces 16,000. We feel from playing every game "The backfield gets together Knute Rockne lost only two
football's most influential t;* in 1964. His eyes have also about four five times a at games, to Nebraska In 1922 and
woulb be a feather In their head the best conditions for us year
per.
,
spokesmen, said today returnof i1 checked out okay. All we can banquet something said 1923. They were unbeaten in
a or
dress. Immokalee had a haps would be heavy going ,
good
free substitution would wreck By say Is hat he is physically at :: halfback the fabu. 1924 and capped the season witha
second-half performance inTuesday's rather than a light wind." rowley, on
the game delicate balance of the 51-45 loss to Ever- I David Lyon TIME Conquistador was developedby to him.play." But we can't hit for lous Four Horsemen, "but this Notre victory Dame's In only the bowl Rose appear.Bowl,

I Bill Lapworth of Newport is the first time since 1948 that
glades. Last year an ailing Banks the whole team has been to. ance in history.
"In the days of unlimited substitution Beach, Calif., Callaway said,
Everglades High's Gators the slumped to a .227 batting aver. "We didn't start a In
and the two platoon Three sports currently draw- owners and the dlsg runtled Kansas and this is the first test of this getter The last time was at game
far of the his lowest. He hit only 18 1924 Crowley recalled.
Ever- age
kingpins so ,
system back In the late 1940s Ing unfavorable nationwide publicity City fans. These fans design. The sloop has a long Notre Dame at our 25th class
homers compared to his high of "Rockne would start what we
glades Conference, are Idle tonight reunion."
and early 1950s a handful of waterline for its length.Hood's .
but are boxing, baseball and have provided more support 47 in 1958, and drove In 64 runs half called the shock troops, the sea
powerful teams-six or seven- tomorrow they travel light blue Robin and The Four Horsemen were
completely dominated the down the Keys to battle Mara- track. With surly heavyweight than the team's recent playing Conquistador rank along with compared to a high of 143 In backs Crowley and Don Miller, ond team, and we'd usually
Charles Liston 1959.: In at the start of the sea
sport," the West Coast's Big thon at 4 p.m. In an outdoor champ (Sonny) record warrants. S. A. Long's 57.foot yawl Ondineout fullback Elmer Layden and come
Six Conference commissioneradded. The Gators are as its symbol, the fight gameIs After the other club owners of Larchmont, N.Y., Jack The great slugging star was quarterback Harry Stuhldreher. ond quarter, depending on the
game. waryof converted from shortstop to first score and so on.
rapidly declining.It turn down Finley's Ill-timed Price's 39-foot cutler Comancheout On the line, the Seven Mules
outdoor courts, because they base in 1962. He hit .269 then "You see in those days, If
didn't have a really high request to move his franchiseto of Miami and George SI a.ton's were center Adam Walsh, ,
"With free substitutions, the lost one of their three games drove In 104 runs and got 37 Wlebel and Nobel you were taken out in a half,
place from which to decline In Louisville, Finley will complain 63-foot yawl Good Hope guards John
rich get richer and the poor get this season outdoors at Alva. homers. and you couldn't go back in. So we
Kizer tackles Bach Rip
the first if out of Fort Lauderdale are fa. Joe
place, we are to that nobody wants to cooperate ,
poorer. Today, with restricted Coach Phil Larson hopes Banks, who will be 33 on Jan. Miller and ends Chuck Collins wouldn't come In until the sea
vorltes in the 71-mile ,
substitution, we have reachedthe Butch Hughes the highscoringsenior believe the allegations of Jack with him. He ought race. 31, was in Nassau and unableto and Ed Hunsinger.All ond period and take It the rest
There Is in
one schooner the
Ideal stage where there are forward, will be fully Kearns, manager of one of box- to have learned by this time competition skippered by Dan. make the meeting. He appeared except Weibel, Kizer and of the way.

60 or 70 schools that might beat recovered from a virus Infec- Ing's great performers. Jack that cooperation Is a twowayst lei Hennessy, a semi retired In only 130 games last "At least that's the way it

any of the others. Dempsey. Kearns recently recalled year. His slump was blamed on usually went. But If you were
businessman
tion that him of Fort Lauder.
"This Is the kind of healthy nearly prevented that he equipped his unknowing 4-YEAR HASSLE dale who admitted it an Illness diagnosed as a rare Hall Named To taken out In the second half,
uncommon
from Immokalee was
situation we want. Wn cannot playing at hands withplasterfmed form of mumps.He that was it. You could shower
fighter's The Amateur Athletic Union for a boat of his typeto All-Star Team
where he made five
afford to jeopardize it." points. the was a worried man and and go home. 1 remember
bandages, and the race.
NationalCollegiateAthletic was greatly relieved later when MONTREAL (AP) Bobby against Wisconsin In 1924 we
Hamilton's comments bea better to pummel Jess Wlllard "Don't let him fool said
may Association have been engaged you,
he got a clean bill of health Hall, the National Hockey were leading 30.3( In the third
: criteria of the Important in title in 1919. That race chairman A. Y. Hiss "he
Rosburg Leads a fight In a four-year squabbleover from Mayo Clinic. League's goal-scoring leader, quarter when we were taken
meeting of the National Col- can handle that schooner."
was supposed to have been box- ,.,
the
overlapping jurisdiction led an array of four membersof out. So 1 took a shower and
leglate Athletic
Association's Ing's heyday. of the two groups. Whichone Hennessy's 41'foot two-mastec the flrsUplace Chicago Black went up in the stands and sat

Fpotball Rules Committee San Diego OpenSAN Of all sports, boxing consIStently should have sanctioning craft, Gloriana, was built In 36 Players To Get Hawks named to the circuit's with my mother and watchedthe
opening Saturday in Fort Laud. 1949.
erdale Fla.Onetime. seems to have'been the powers In the case of amateur Touce a 48-foot sloop underDr. Shot At Olympic official All-Star team for the whole fourth quarter."
,
DIEGO. Calif. (AP) '
least approaching perfection. It such as Inter- opening half of the 1963.C4 sea.
sports events, Herbert is another
Golfer Bob Rosburg led the Virgin,
coach at and way
Navy has been dominated Basketball Team
by promo- national track In which
meets boat that could lead the fleet son.Hull XEROX
Into the second round of the
Pittsburgh and long active In ters and with chec- who has 23 goals, was a
administrative affairs, Ha.mll. $30,000 San Diego Open Fridayor managers U.S. collegiate athletes participate into Cat Cay. Virgin, however NEW YORK (AP)>-Thlrty.. lx unanimous choice in the votingby

ton is a key member of the did he? kered backgrounds. Television ? said he thought the best bets college players will get a shot hockey writers and broadcasters CORPORATION

committee on which the coaches hastened boxing's demise by The AAU Is branded as a were Ondlne, Toots Gmelner'a at the 12.man Olympic basket. In each of the six NHL

themselves have only a small Rosburg completed the first bankrupting the fight clubs stodgy group of old men who "ball team the United States cities. He received the max!, Announce the !ShowingOf

voice. Administrators, men round with a four-under par 66 where the up-and-coming fighter have no Interest In promoting sends to Tokyo next -October. mum 90 points for the left wing Its

such as Hamilton no longer active one stroke In front of NationalOpen acquired valuable ex- track and field, while the NCAA Lakers, Knicks The National Collegiate Ath. position. COPYING MACHINESTo

In the Held, usually dictate champion Julius Boros, perience. Is portrayed as an upstart, letlc Association Council, In one Goalie Glenn Hall, defense.

coanges In the code. Tony Lema and a newcomer to There is little any person or brash organization which should Meet: TomorrowIn of its last Items of convention man Pierre Pilote and right Collier County)

The coaches, headed by Jack professional tournament atten. government can do to make the tend to its own collegiate af- business Thursday, approved a winger Kenny Wharram of Chi. Showing To Be Held At

Curtice of the University of California tine, Charles Coody of Fort fight game respectable again. fairs. complicated plan for college cago, center Jean Beliveau of ,
Worth Tex. representation In the Olympic HOVtAltl JOHNSON'S:\/
San DiegoLos Montreal and defenseman Tim
at Sant Barbara seek Television has done deed
good Both sides are guilty of belligerence basketball trials at St. John's
'
return of unlimited substitution Horton of Toronto also were MOTOR INN:\/
Ninety eight cent of the But-30 golfers, stranded by by deciding against car'ying: and lackofacompro- Angeles' Lakers and New University here April 24. chosen for the first team.

coaches favored per It In a poll of darkness on the Rancho Ber. weekly boxing shows into the noising spirit, and this tooth- York's Knicks square off on a The colleges will send three Mon. Jan 13 Tues Jan. It

the) entire body. nardo Country Club course nation's living rooms after this and-nails power struggle will neutral court in San Diego Satur. 12.man teams to the tourna. The Ivy Hockey League: : is in Public Invited Diy Process(

However, the general feeling Thursday were set to complete spring. The TV people can do not help at all as the U.S. attempts day just three nights after a ment, Including one having as its 29th season. Harvard has .

U that they will have to settle their Initial round early today. us a further favor and cut out to get together an Olympic wild brawl punctuated their National Its nucleus six players from won the title the last three years Copies Anything

for a compromise something Included were at least three the other programs whichglorify team this year. Our Basketball Associationgame. the national collegiate chanu -
matchor pion team to be decided at Kansas .'''':'
could .
threats who
akin to the rules followed In crime and violence. track officials are not settinga "':" :..
1962 and 1963. even outscore Rosburr.I Four players were tossed out City March 20.21.
BASEBALL OFF
very sportsmanlike examplefor of Wednesday night's contest Other action by the NCAA

Major league baseball hit Its the young athletes, whose following a fight which lasted council, at its final meeting, In.

popular peak In the late '40s, best Interests they are sup- about six minutes. eluded

Following The Dogs At Bonita but TV and the lure of other posed to be protecting.Pompano The Lakers were Idle Thurs- 1. A formal statement dlsas.soclating .

sporting events and of do-it- day night while the Knicks were the NCAA with strong

Brookin. ,. the flirt rid brindle ei Thomas gal, will be II')1nl (for yourself recreation such as losing to San Francisco 112.97. remarks made by Charles Were

::daughter of Spencers Boy.Wild her fu'tit win. She linn hrtd IhirciHilx bowling and camping all have Park No incidents marred the game ner, director of the U.S. Track %

Julie. nmkes her Wrrt Crude, A all over she 'long COUIKI', cut into baseball appeal and at- although Wilt Chamberlain and and Field Federation, againstthe

start In the feature tenth race to. and hat finished In the moneyIwico tendance. Organized ball Is Wayne HIghtower did as far as Amateur Athletic Union and

night: at the Bonita Springs dog I -one second and!. a third more desperate each Plans To OpenOn New York was concerned. the role of Gen. Douglas Mac.
track, Boh Thomas' young one The handit'apper pu K.* Some get Ing Chamberlain poured 43 points Arthur In arbitration efforts be.

has one of thp most Impreasivc Cluksie and Almena Joy, the year as more franchises get through the basket. Hightower tween the warring groups last

rrrol'da-tht'N'( out of four other two to finish In the money into financial trouble and the February 8 Hipped in two field goals that year. The council said Werner's

Itlll'Ia-1i1 the Bonita oval) The top pup In the Maiden minor leagues wither away. ended a San Francisco cold statements "do not representthe

She tailed In D Grade with abox 3rd rare looks to be Charley MulDeus' Now we have the spectacle of Associated By GENE Press PLOWDEN Sports Writer streak in the first half which In. consistent position taken by

to wire win by 5 lengths and Casey Marxoun The dirk Charles O. Finley, the mis- POMPANO BEACH (AP) eluded Just one field goal in 10 the NCAA through the historyof

won her C Glade outing by 7 brindle dog was nipped at the guided businessman who ownS South Florida's newest racing minutes. The Warriors then the negotiations."

length The first time out In B wire In her last effort but should the Kansas City Athletics and establishment will open here rushed to a nlne.polrt marginat 2. Frank Carver, athletic di. of ALL FAILURESin
left tonight to takethl' the halt.Detroit rector at Pittsburgh, was namedto
Grade the wag boxed in the have enough apparently wants to be his own next month barring the unfore.
break and finished sixth but win. The mak oppol"lonllhould general manager and field man- behind Bailey Howell, the executive committee suc.
horn Charles Todd seen whipped Baltimore 125.115 for ceedlng Richard C. Larklns athletic .
,
came right buck to win her sea come
able
well. Park spankingnew
as By firing Pompano a
end start by a length with a Nip Havoc and John Rue's J W:t ager subordinates In a capricious harness track, carved out of the Pistons' first victory In five director at Ohio State, who business are

great stretch drive. Singleton games against the Bullets. How. was appointed a ninth NCAA
manner and by Investing a minimum scrub pines and palmettoes just ell scored 35 In member of the U.S. Olympic
The dally dOli 1011' IK pUkcd ASA points, 20 a big
Tonight the going will be\ a of for talent east of the Sunshine State Park
new
little' rougher when she takes onuch V4. with Call Like\; Vo :%, In money way, Is expected to open around third-quarter surge. Committee.
Finley appears to have 3. Appointment of six NCAA the ranks
good greyhounds aa Handsome the hiiM, rave i sod! oI Hcxb In Feb. 8 or 10, but the date has Ironman John Kerr's 34 points from
alienated working under representatives to the U.s.
.
xiiimd liMtiuhl cmrlKNTRICs everyone
Gambler, Prime' Monauh.Uneeda the on \ not been announced.
paced the Philadelphia 76ers as
and med- Track and Field Federation
him contributed to ,
Marys Necklue, Anna : Frederick L. Van Lennep, who they downed St. Louis 122.115. three to the U.S. Gymnastics
Lltt Mr, Llonhearted and Pats loc rity on the field. operates Wolverine in
Raceway The 76ers rallied from a4 lntflrsUhalf
x>
Pint Grad. D 1/14 Federation and three to the U.S.
Gift Sp..k., net t Cool Like 1 This Is not enough of a mess Detroit and owns the famed deficit in snapping the Basketball Federation. The of NON-ADVERTISERS.

In he S mile marathon, the N.ilh Domuch'* M.lll 10| H.ckl.ir.n Rocky Mink 12 10 for Fiiiley. He wants to alienate Castleton Farm in Lexington, Hawks' three-game win streak. three groups have been fighting

eleventh (lace, Ever:: Way. anoth- B.fU'l.d' t Mtr .ntdet, I JS.c.nd everyone else beginningwith Ky., Is the financial backer of Kerr tallied 24 of his points In with the AAU for control of their

0,.... C sin" other major league club the new Florida track. the second half comeback. sports.
RIIULTSItnt Sold risen 0 HdiUiun 4fltaw '. The plant covers 427 acres ----..
/2 Cl...v tmd I and today it is swarming with ,'t'
T-IIIlt S.ll.d t ttonty Met I "
!
Sti0
shop (11 4 fO..I 210 Pled. 721 tuid. Pjudct I 10 bulldozers, trucks and some 450
I Llttl. Locket (II 2 eo 100 workmen, apply i n g finishing those
.o".t D"ft., (2) Lose Third Grade I jw M s 111.ton 1/14 I iNpt ; touches such as landscaping, ONLY 5% of

t. ond T-Jl:17 Quilt. SUM Pi.dit 10 Mud 10. paving parking areas, installing
Blackait Ro..y (() | 40 7 40 1 00 City Mtrtoun 12 Nip Havoe J 2LKt lights and painting the stands.
'J. W.y ton (1> I M 160 Jo. I Midnut Troop.i I
,tlH.d (50)) | M The five-eighths mile racing ', ;'
.. a who
.nh Grid C: I/It fail are
Is about
strip and the
ready
Dally( Doukl (1.1)) (It.M D.rey. 0 I Neutron" Lit 10 .
FI''.. 1 Pride I' N.pt Fury 4 first four levels of the grand '
Third T-3L11 Quln. 16&.20 Jinny Lyn 1 lidy Carl 1uckld.l stand will be completed in time J ''' :,,
*wirt [: t Sm"r| Roll t '",' ..
ape (It' 14 Mil 00 ISO ;:.
-0..r_ Sidn' (2) 1120 4 10Broidwiy \ for the opening. Eventually the z'I -: ,:
Iklppir ((7) I 10 Firth Grid D I/It grandstand will have seven revels "i/"t 'advertisers.advertising
a wiv Mokl I Holly Glow IK
Fourth T-11:M Quln 1104.40 .n Kino 7.2 Carla .Ann. I and seat 6,000 spectators .
Chu: chrna (UI I M 110 1 M Robin R bruit I Doubi CI... 10 with accommodations for 15,006or I ,
'
G.," R.ct 1140 1140 G'.nde's H..", I Five T'. ,'V. 1 : '
/timin ((7) I1MQuln more.

Fifth T-11:MJUr 111.20 Rocky'tl.lh Do Or.d.? (v.C.." I/It sTABLE Van Lennep has spent millionson : 'H ,..... : w"
Echo ((1)) II 40; 12 00 t 00I J W O.bb I Instant lud t the project since he acquiredthe t t.r.4ia .
Kantaa Jlrry (7) 40 210 Roily R.v.nui I Ricov.r.d 10 Key West Dog Track U. : :
bnnk Up (1) 420Quln M.n.ih, R.d 12 Rudy Ann. 11 :
cense two years ago He orlgi. [ "
11500 T-N:N 121.M Seventh Grade C 1/11 nally planned to operate 00 .'
5\ Myatcry (/) 1120 120 2M Toll Free I Mute Bri } | nights this
half of
season themat
II) IM 140 .".11' Lilt 12 Nut Doll : ,
focM.reRocks ((7) 140I Surprit. fr.tMt I Cut,, Mika I Gulfstream Park.
Mke, Roll I June" Moniy 11 95'0
The horse track refused to
I .
t vnth T-11:11 Quln $2400
'D.nton (1)( ) I.20 I M I 00afar Eighth Grid S I'" meet racing commission re.
( McGill (I) 4 M 4 00 W.iry Hirry 11 Mon.y Wink I qulrements for additional fact!.
>roadway Steady (I) I 20I Corral Carrot 10 Mir .A Mail 10 .
r rivil 1.M. 7.t Camilla. t ties and Van Lennep was left
Elfhttl: T-11M Quln IM MShirlac Dup. Nit' I Oiiv.li. S.' with 49 days at his own plant,
/ (7| I 40 I 40 I 40powpon
( ell IIM 110 Ninth Grade S l/ll ending March 28. t r':'
Wary Susie I \plC..1 l Prors, I
IM
la.roah (4) .Ample. Dill. I C",.. P....... I Broward County approved
'{ Ninth T-IIin Quln. 121.M5l. fur Echo: 10 Fma, t harness racing and the legtsla.
, J..&. Oil ell) 120 440 440MuWcon wp1nl Tesr112 bettor. 20 1 ... ture; gave its okay. Four Dade

Mar(4) ((2) 140 looQuln I toMwdck Tenth Grade A l/ll and Broward county dog tracks i ) N t

Prim Monarch Anna. Lit II TOUCH and Hialeah Race Course filed
Miry N'lac II Mr, LionniarUd PHONC Ml J-1IOT
*
Tenth T-11:41: 121 M'
I U 4 00 4 00 Unaad. 7 Park Girt I Th r"', no doubt thtt Maml suit to block harness racing, department
Goti naTa0Mimly (4) I M I 40U..U. Name Qbllf 1 eF'OOnll It but lost In circuit court. i'.1
: Van Dorer would" pro v. to bt a
ill 420
Ka.Ml' ll.vinlh ca"... 0 ./. An appel was taken to the
CtavwMl: T- *I4Mr ''. 111.1' A'....... JoV t Harh lass I detracting opponent Hero, she Florida Supreme Court, whuu TORCH T EST The Olympic name burnt brightly '::71g. Collie, C"'a sXews1IF1II'
t'
I 4 005r114 D...* Flow. *? I Cv.r W., 1Cntl. linn a pocket billiard hot alter be at Innsbruck, Austria ThH64 .
-.440.000u(7)$, I : 400 .,a "Air .1 e"... Pll, t up bas the matter under advise ty ghUd in trial 1 rut
fmrnmt WOfO 4(J) 110 torn Claifl 11 N.pt Namblar 4 on table In har Hollywood, horn, nent. W step Games open at the mOl mail retort ,In, January 1' I'I'1 [m1lllmf r






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Don't miss Turnar Rivar Orchid dining room throughout halts and living on*room bedroom 2-2107 a living monument to the concern Frances Walker 151 and Cole- a 428-lbf, and they won all 1

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Income property Spotless COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Dud 574-223. was high Into second place when they won
44 Mobile Homes CBS. 2 bedroom A bath In PROBATEIN COMMERCIALEmCmmer- lloguc. I't
Want. Female city Apt. bedroom. Florida RE: ESTATE OF Ick led the league as he blasted for King Insurance In their all from Bonlta Baptist #2 was
room & bath. Utility room plus
Wistr.s. end Kitchen Help Spartan Imperial Mention'withaluminum workshop Nicely landscaped ROBERT S. VIVIAN.Deceased a 620 series using gamesof win over Ed Davis Builders.J. Trinity #1 led by Norm Hen'en.

wantad only over age 29 cabana perfect fountain A Cactus gardens NOTICE TO CREDITORS 179-214 and 227. Ike Wol- Dcvo t had a lone 236,Danny Norm blasted out a 683 series
condo Will sell Owner '.
need apply Hammock rVattaur 0' trade for will take mortgaget7 All creditor of the estate of
ant Royal Palm Hammock small North travel Trailer, Lot 34 .500 Midway 24694 ROBERT S. VIVIAN deceased ira ford posted a 570-220. Bob Hayes 221. R. Schwelkert 208, using games of 1 IJ3-171-2I9. t

White 0' colored Help for L.un. P..k. section Naples Tra ler Fully furnished FtoridmHorte hereby notified and required to file Steele 562-195 and David Lyons G. Tillman 203. 1'. Wasnlck Kaverman and Norman Turner ,
and Guest claims or demend which they
dry wok: .ppl .t NepicsPrethers House with lovely any
L.undy. 'landncepung. Call Harry L have against: said:: estate In the office 558-211 and 206. Young Jimmy 197, D. Jurek 193, K. Roark recorded a 538, Art White 637. j
48-Apts. For Rent Miller Frisk Purdue. Irene of the County Judge of Collier County Rob Abbott 1 Kol- Wllbtirn Dullard a 210
192. 191 S. single ,
Wanted: Counter Girl for Trail. Roland Tom Pace. Associates: FloridIn' the Ceutrhoute at Cael Haynes. Jr. had his highest
Cumin' *. cell Midway 2 4411 DAVID C. JONES REALTOR Neples. Florida' within sin calendar series a 553 with a 208. I I.: lopulos a nice 498 with a 191 F. Hatcher' 191 and DJ5. Hyde ..
for
after I PM. appointmentBaiaty KINGSTON APARTMENTS Midway 24450 month from the date of the flrel

Operator* Wanted: will Announce Its GRAND OPEN.I publication of thIS notice Each ,Hamilton tossed a ,2,1 Q loner high.FIRST) no.ROCtON j
t pay from 50 to (0% commisson., I .INO: MJanuary, lite !Complete. Boohd. 3 bedroom, lie claim or damend must be In wrivngand ; Ken FLORIDA CLASSIC. BOWLCR3- WT&s )
I depending on Individual Write i ly Jurniihed one end two"bedroom baths, Horn Far Sale, by Own must net the place I ef irtsf Vern Allen 214. R. Cole. ,
Bon 33S D. Naple apartment located on the ar $500 down phone Midway dunce and Poet Office address of McKonkey 213. Nod Dorsey 200 Don Elferdlnk 544-192 and Bob and Maale won all from Imperial
Gulf Shore Blvd.. In the moorIng 22465Custom the claimant and must be sworn toby )
the
*, Rental by week moi'h built home LocatedIn the claimant his agent or hit G. Wall 199. Ben Vaughn 194, Abbott 542-213 wt re high for Pharmacy with Terry Murnan

14-Help Wanted Male or year MARLOWE i BECK. Bonita Springs 2.bedrooms attorney or It will become void ao Bob Moorhead 196, Wimp John Acreage team as they won all leading them. Terry posted a t
483 5th Ave. So. law
REALTORS ,
Beautiful cording to
Paving Work experienced on. Ml 2522|. Florida' 2 room bath with Coquma /I/ DORA M VIVIAN son 192 and Ray Cass 190 from Construction. Designs 480-176. Linda Slue heUl was I .

M.dwVy". for Appolntm.nt Small APT.. available Immediately Rock fireplace Double closed Executrix' of $5. Estlt 01 CONSTRUCT1ONEERS -. Naples with the help of Ike Wolford in tlw "groove" as she fired!
1.4632. Av .. ROBERT S. VIVIAN. I
Franci acrossfrom
en Dup... Apt"* Inquire :h..utom.t Large washer utility 4> dryer room Deceased Federal moved Into 3rd 578207. took all from financ- a 616>; with games of 158-206! It t

16-Help Available within Miny mIre feature Dec 20 27 Jan I. 10 W4 place to tie with House Electric ing. Ed Harroun, 586-222 led and 202.! Mary Jo Glhhs registered
Ouplex Ideal for retired
Furnished I bedroom APT couple
1031! 10th Ave. N., icreen Near good fishing A beach Charter No 14770 as they won all from Conditioned Estimate In their win over Developers a 624-200 Gen Dunn '
Clerk Bookkeeper, dealre either .V. cableAvailable $21.000. :unfurnished, REPORT OF CONDITION' OF THE
: ed porrh tile bath T Consultants swept all 493-174! Ixe 465 Mary
.
.pirt time or full tlm. position: for Seaon Call Midway FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NAPLES Air led by Earl Camp- Marg )
Cell Ml 2.6257.19Landscape.Lawn. t.3895 RETIREMENT HOME 2. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA bell 551-205. Richards RoofIng from Co-ops with Ken McKon- Armhruat 4C4, Ethel Dinahurg ..
bedroom I bath furnished house AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
2 bedroom Api. For Rent S.aton hrnisk.d on Pelton Avenue $5950.00. ON DECEMBER 20 1163 PUBLISHED took all from Win Turner key 577-203 and William Jones 465 Jeanne Multzcr nice 180 I

"'month or or year unfurniahed round. On Gull DUPLEX I bedroom, I Ibath I. MADE BY IN RESPONSE COMPTROLLER TO CALL OF and tied with them*-with ar 664-203 and 205. Harry game Bclw MOOR 184, Betty

For Sal: Argentine Bahla, 5000 Shore Blvd.. nice view 2.of 2359 Bayor each side Ideal for THE CURRENCY UNDER SEC assist from Bob Srhwelkcrt Sauchelll j In the groove recorded Pauly 170 Eva Hogue 168. Bessie N.
Gulf Call Midway or .
y oV" ]| per tq ft. delivered I retired couple desiring extra Income TION 5211. US REVISED ITA.TUTU. a 639 using of Combs Scabcrg 166
Call National SUM Port Chir.23Misc. 2 SlOt $19900 furnished 642-197. Bud Mohrbacher was games Marge ,

lOtta. Mod..n I bedoom unlurnish' Near Slit Av.. Shopping center. ASSETS high scorer as he rolled a 590 212-216 and 211. Adam Moog Shirley Classcr 167, Wanda
with balance
APARTMENT completekitchen. 1 Cash with
ed Naer beach end ..hop.pn. Lucille Otto Leah Brown other bank and cash using games 206-202 and 182. fired a 218 loner B. Hyder Jones 1 l5. Shirley Beck 164,
Sale
For .. BY SEASON OR YEAR. Item In process ., 213. E. Gllland 2QC John Stull An n Follls 1 H\3, Martha Van-
I fired nice 223 sin
SOS tIh Av. So. Ml I 2.9 Virgil Marcum Bob Jaeger collection $ SIS.017 SO Skip WaU
3 Driftwood' Lampt. locallymade One bedroom furnished APT.. 91 91 h St N. 2. United Slat* Government gle. Jim Croak 203, Richard 208, Rae Hendrlx 203, R. Golden churl 160 and M. Shlvcl I 103.

well constructed 115 (09 10th Ave. So.. Cell MIdway MI 2435S obligation. dl 201 and Joe Salmon 202. Sharpshooters were Lucille
Golden 201 Bob Waller 199
|40 ISO Call Ml t 8096. 74183 after 5 PM reel and guaranteed ,
DEWEY POLLY Net of city reserves Miller (Perry the 5-6-7 and Many
Antique from Pennsylvania CELUXE APTS FOR LESS ) 2.119.092 41I Tom Eggleston Harry ,
large truck load just in, merbtetop Obligation .( State Gene Tessler 192 John Stall PINE LANESCONTRACTORS Little 37.COFFCE.
cheat wish stands. cane Efficiency now $100 per mo. i REALTY and politic! eubdivi .
Moons 'N DONUT Ex-
sealed chain: cherry bureau. I bedroom 1150 mo.. 2 bad sions (Net of any reserves 191, Dud Cross, Ron MoCune
plenty of flail chin bricke'' room {200 per mo Adults. no i BUILDER OFFERS ) 359.043 W Masonry won all from AlamJcr won all from Holsum
bricks and mi.c. antique pet*. THE DUPREE APTS 2 and 1 bedroom home on I IthAv 4. Other bonds, not*. 190.WOMEN'S presso
Dealer welcome 1.1. Location 2996 Francis Ave So (blwnShedowtawn : *. So. between 6th A Ith St*. and dtbsntures (Including CHURCH/ The with Jean Vogt. 453-158, highforthewlnners.MaryArmbrust
Bonita Trading Poit Rt tt & Airport Rd.. E either completed or under con. $200.000 00 *..
41. Bonita Sprlnia' Fla Phone Naples). atruction, priced from $14' .SOO to Cantles of Federal Methodist team In taking 2 from
WY 2-3112 after ( PM. Sale Two bedroom within walkIng $17.500 with' good term agencies end corpor Christian Pinheads placed Rocky Says was out front for the day witha G
Wed. ItS, V :ft'b.
staff* Jan openAM distance : newly WILLIAM B STONE. INC. guaranteedby 475-213.: Terry Murnan tossed
to I PM. painted and redecorated. |950 Builder oa""I" of any themselves in a tie for second

for Seaaon ANNETTE C 60 Tenth St North Ml 2.$73S reserves) 200.000 M place. High for the Methodist a solitary 162, Shirley Fyke
WINN. REALTOR. 5. Corporal Stock (Ineluding
26PerlOn.1ALCOHOLICS 26571 or 27344. Midway $10.100 00 was Hazel Abrahamson 499-()! Wrong \\fO.; Hermlnc I lube r 153-and
58-Lots For Sale lock of Federal *)e. Barry Glasser 153
the 3-7-10. Shirley .
this In of
ANONYMOUSMan I bedroom furnished APT. Sea: serve bank) Net of 188 and was spite

Women with d'nkln.pobl.m. tonal Rental. Write 1216 High.Drive BARGAINW.I.rfront any reserves) 10.SOO MS Marge Thomas who tossed Sandy Hackney 150-twlce, Ruth
No
land Naplesl.ne
*. Call Ml 2.2770. Mtetln Loan end d'scountsincluding Prlller con
Felsdi 133. Janle
Tuesdays and Friday S 30 I bedroom unfun..hed Apt Loll .t Gulf H.,. ( $433.73 Overdrafts a 518-188 for the Plnheads,
pm Cottage First' Baptist I with stove, ruIng I blocks to bor, leads to the Gulf ) I.791.361 B6S Wanda Rice scored a 4'3,Hazel About RedsBy verted the 6-10.
Chur Phone Midway 2 MM $1,000 Each all, Cash $163,405 03. furniture Krleck. 471 and Marg Miltner Eric: CYPRESS! MDCEDBig
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Man 25 yr' of aia wh te winti
and fixture
to live in or board with: some One bedroom Ell turmthed. 2 only Phoni Midway 1.5254.lUi'Apt SU.327.11 lO'.7U 79II. 456. Gloria !Bernard !listed a ROBERT T. CRAY Gator as they won all from the That

on. In Maple art a. Resident 1200 Whitman Blvd. No. Na' Other 1111I. 1'.331.27 sole 174. Patsy Robertson 172 WASHINGTON (AP) Coy, White Herons was Jack Hatcher
for 23 yeer can furnish good pie*. MI I 2.463249Houses House SIc for
reference Call Midway 2 5557 Sale, or Lease $9.000. D T. II. TOTAL ASSETS $777411491 and Yvonne Rogers 170. Nelson A. Rockefeller moved 513-192.\ finding the line to the
after I PM. writ P. O 30051 Entr "***. MI' I3"eech .
or LIABILITIES his into the nation'spolitical Tom Schessler Pleases
Bon Ml. Niptes.33Serykes For Rent P0 Bnnl$3 It Demand of MEN'S CHURCHRalph Me- campaign strike zone was .

2 Loll for SlI. 60 K U5 It Individual' deposits. partnerships Klrlhan showed Methodist ff2 center today alter a rolling a 572 with games of

Offered SELL or RENT 3 bedroom I Sperling Subdivision and corpora New Hampshire foray in which 202-201 arid 169. Norman Turner -
bath 641 tOils St No.. Carl North Naples I block off Rt tions '.272.131 H the way to win over Emmanuel he charged that Sen. Barry For
Andereon at Midway 2 5011 = 41. *." i I *' bot" Wr" 15 Tim and saving da Lutheran with his 665 series- had 545-233. Tina Kibbe
RUBBER Boil 3362. Naples posit' of .Individual' Goldwjter underestimated the
STAMPS that Tarnished Seasonal Rental 2 474. Art White fired a 200
partnership and corfor 21S high game and conversionof of communism to the
I bath
bedroom danger
make a rood Impression. porch Ridge c.port..c.ned Lek.nAree For Sate' Lake Forrest Lot_ it,on* 1.IIS.OII.1I a 5-7 and 6-7-9 splits. Assorted loner C. Abernathle 134: Jim IndustryAnd
74 X Ito ft. northwest Corner9th 17 Deposit of United United States.
Any size. Quick terries. Tom McBride. Aul.to.
$1790.
Av*.. 4 13th St. North Wolf 193 Eva Vogue 186. B J.
Slate Governmenttincluding Christians led W. In
Collier County NEWS. .. 532 Park It So Ml 2 6644. Call Miami FRanklin 12414. postal ..". by The New York Republican, Edwards

For Seasonal Rental' Lovely !I....> 21 J.IMS? Hudson with a 6V2-222 and the one of his strongest attUCom.munlst Broughton 178. Flora

Cleen attractive one bedroom 61-Income IS Deposits at Stales endpolutucil 4-10 split won all from Methodist declarations, LIMned 170, Nour Turner 165 Marg
36-Wanted To Buy living room kitchenette GuestHouse Property subdivisions 616.455 l<
Communists "believe they Wolf 162 Ann Schessler 154.
within walking distance 20. Certified end officer *1. Ken McKonkey was that .
Used Automotive Engine Tune- of beach $I50 for Season AN. Commercial, Income ",op..ly- checks etc JS ISO 47 with soon will dominate the entire Helen farker-89 sv-128.Maude Individuals
Up Equipment front end al gn. NETTE C. WINN. REALTOR. Priced. for qp'II by owner 21 TOTAL DEPOSITS: 1.022.077.81 way out for the nile games world."
26571 17344 2160 262 Beach : 9Aav-158.
Midway or Blvd. tel Total delsmnddeposits of 208-205-202 and a 615. Walnwilght
ment machine and wheel bal
Ft. My.... Central, City ISO 4.IS7.04 91 Free nations will be isle he Flame
.nc. valve reface and grind Nicks took over
2 bedroom furnished CBS Housewith ft. Frontage $7.000. Annual Rice also was "there"with !
( ) Tcrtal time and Charlie veijI5eof
last Printing
ar its small when the
e muc chop equipment "only
T.V. Private Nld.
Call Liberty j 22271, FtMyert. : basin I ml, from Gulf dock Car on boat Vanetian Income-1st Selling Price $52.000Aisuma saving deposit 2.US.012.II! a 595 series using gamesof communism Is wiped off the Lounge with Eva Hogue's lead
mortgage some 24. Federal fund
or Writ P. O See S Park In Gulf put.Chao.d of 460-1CS.: Jerl Jerabek let
33J-8, Maple, PIe Harbor cash or Trade Write or Inquire ISO 000 00 222-173 and 200. E. Fager lace of the earth."

Mouse Trailer 30 to 44 ft., utilities 2 mo minimum Included. 1125 D. S per. Click mo irs. 115 OeSoto Ave Ft My 27 LIABILITIES TOTAL 7.172.07701 listed a 200 singleton Scott "I don't believe In coexist go with a 207 and a 522. Elizabeth Division) !

must be In good condlt.Of.h R 2. Moor Haven Fla Ph Hardwlck (")1. a new
full bath Give price *umake .. Wy 62472.mnsaciaist.. Wolfe 199 E. Shiner 197, Russ ence, he declared.

year, Me, Writ Box 131 bedroom Florida" 65-Gen. Real Estate 30 Common CAPITAL tock ACCOUNT- par Rimes 135, Bart Hicks 184 -nd Goldwater erred In stating bowler In the league tossed

C. Maple.. room privet bath 4. entrence value per shire $20 00 Earnshaw 171 that the Communist threat la a 483; Mildred Eaton 464.
Want used BirdCage In city Reasonable, Midway APT FOR SALE No. chare author Henry
to Buy food "something don't have to Fortln fired a 207
we Louise
Phone Midway 2 1219 af' 2...... Co'Op Apt overlooking Gulf or lied 1754 NITE OWLS-- KatleStull.wltha t
tar i PMCALL Quest -House -For- Rent- -:: ty Bay, I er 2 bedroom P, baths, No shires eutstend 428-181. was the Instigator worry about," Rockefeller aaieS.Rockefeller' singleton. Dolly Patterson 178,
*
S750 000 0
the Season. available Jan, 10th reasonable furnished or unfurnished Ing 171 r.marka were 173
THE NEWS FOR 11200 with all utilities furnished ; Shoreline Apts 1676 II, Surplus 119 000 00 as Grants #1 took all from May Grant Lucille Perry ,
plus T.V. Clbl Phone Mid Gulf Shore Blvd (across from 32 Undivided profits 242,307.H in a speech to 400 members of Ann Fuller 164, D. Donelson
Abra
Hazel
RUBBER STAMPS ... Anchor
CAPITALACCOUNTS
2-4621 efter 6 PM Mansion House TOTAL Lounge. the Associated General Con.
way 602.17 MIS 169 Ethel Dinahur B. Mohr-
(
House For Sale or Rent furnished TOTAL LIABILITIES hamson with a 487 and flea tractors of New Hampshire at Lee 168 Ethel Nts :
clASSIFIED DISPLAY a* unfurnished Overlook AND CAPITAL ",._ Mohrbacner 482. led Conditioned Manchester. bacher 166 Marg ,
Gulf of M. ce on Vender 162 Jo Glbbs 160.
mg Goldw.tcr Jones Mary
Rockefeller and
lire drive Call Midway 24900 COUNTS 727410491 Air In their win over

SALE Small. Guest Cot I.... withiewelkliig NOT Trail Cleaners. Rose Morrison art competing GOP delegates Glnny Panlplnto, thecomrerslon

FOR distinci 0' baach suo 34 deposit Tim certificate awtManding of 100,271.37I. listed lone 196. Marlon In the New Hampshire prealden. expert t. picked up the 3-7. (Ed
C 2-2107
ANNETTE
('0-OI APARTMENT for WINN the Season REALTOR Midway Louie. Calm**. Cashier. ef the. Leasey 179, Virgl Ilutto! 113. lal-prt/erence primary March Motet Standings will run Sunday MI.
2.7344. above name*) bank d hereby d
Ocean Terrace N E 1Mao 1 6571 or Clare that t*.* report of conditi NeTJlne Mann 171. Ann Davis 10.la )
and correct to the beet of addition to his speech and
true '
t*
by Owner. I bedroom 2 bedroom unfurnished waterfront Wanda Rice 163. M. Lowery -
1530 Gulf Snore Blvd. 2nd CBS In crly limns. T V my knowledge and belief 160. CRicstlonand. Aswer period at \ND: ONF IN A CAST ASK FOR:
floor in 4 with cable eiV> conditioned 1100 LOUISE CALMESWe. 168 Jean Hyder 156-162. Club Rock. tAPtr"
National Press IU7ARD. Ky.
.A't.: th* undersigned director at the ,
; .. .
Gulf view .. monthly on yearly leese' .Midway teat the crreetnee .. thie report Nancy Keen 157. Joanne Man- also scheduled a m* U B. RON Uppvd around in
Evans
hUe
milk, Park It X 12 Ie 2-H2J evening WY 2 1MI.daytime .. condition. and ....lo..* tiiet W ...* Mr. Hoffman:
porch with waterway view... been enamlned by tot end to tIne devllle 163. Pant Dozzle 166, log with leaders of the Districtof i role at director ol a play a\

and beat for dock sun and*ouikposure brie.. live ef awr knowjhWg and kefief Agatha Clears 162. Frances: Coll 11b1a'. Republican ore Haurel l HighSdwot rter a prop

Q E. dishwasher disposal 1. 50-Rooms For Rent II tree and sanedf.a. ,L. 'tiltNl1t Ftezek 152 and Alice Und 158. ganUatton and with party load. f,II on hcfc,foot: sn3 badly bruited orMr.Snypp
,..,.... drape ana carpet.nn .
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MARION N, FISHERROY for a meet. it.
.... SPICE"Elouls ers In Washington
.wr*>*ned 114.NO Will Room with dOn.bii 11M. prlvitebath. SUGAR 'N "
_rot wfthovt eitre* Inwire 2d 7111 Avi Sol Director HILBERG, .4 ., Williams fired a terrtflc 659198 tag of the GOP Katlonal Come The naW (X the play: (h. BUBBBB STAMPSww
Mar W1 MM "
Gut Share Lag. Blvd En,.,... Reads Tk. NEWS Jan. It IM4 Sin to lead Sag as they won mltte foot in ll
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8 tOIIICR; COUNTY: :NEWS 11ldar( Jai u', 10 IHl
-...- Rod And Gun Lights InstalledAt
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IJ k.P-kt Imperial Harbor

; lJ ll"8 Our 1ViJifeNATURE :I By Sue Clover Club Announces Imperial Harbor Mobile Home FRED'S ,

a j Ml 2-60T7 Estates located one mile north

1, European PlanThe of Bonita Springs on U.S. #41,
Q The New: Year started off are visiting friends In Key West has had street lights installedin

GAL with ,the proverbial bang and for a few days. Rod & Gun Club Lodge Unit ###1 by the Florida Power "I
if you were unable this past Rev. and Mrs. William Ami- at Everglades has added Euro- and Light Company. -::--_

I week to i reach your reponer don of Mattawan Mich., were pean plan rates to Its tariffs These new, mercury vapor by Copt Fred Lawton, Director
By Ann LiBwtllU Bowes Mryar It was because my job hours recent guests at Harmony for the first time In Its 45- lights go on and off by Inde- Marina Softly' Roythaen

have changad. For the rest Shores year history President Arthur pendently operated solarnolds Company & Amarico Cup

of tht season 4t least you will Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Sowersof Evans announced according to Fred Herlng vice championship tailing maitar.

The Everglades National I ark: label the Everglades as being be ante to reach me week days Homer, Mich., and Mr. and Rates will begin at $7 per president and general manager. .
, of southern Florida is a mag sub-tropi In fact, some If't'r I flVi. Mrs. Lloyd Smith of Battle person with double occupancyto -

nlficenr museum of living plants scientists say) It Is rally a \ :eccnt luncheon at the Creek Mich., are the guestsof fill an Increasing demandfor Naples Man Among

and animals. Yet, his park tail-end tip of the tropics ragged Lnn ;pllhrer was held In honor Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Sowersof overnight lodging by) "drive / t ,
Is so different rom the rest on to our Northm lean I Mrs. Gary Houchin. Guests HarmonyShores. in" trade traveling the Taml- FSU Graduates

of our national areas In America mainland. As such thc area Mb ? ijoyed the luncheon withM Mrs. Blanche Shea was the ami Trail (U.s. Route 41)). TALLAHASSEE .. Florida

that many people arc disappointed is truly unique and wo, rh;;, o J s. ,Houchin were DlendinaI guest this week of Mr.and Mrs The sprawling six acre State University announced today .ncvr

in It. They leave its status as Natioi.i i i Park, I' :man. Dorothy Tom, Lucy Clifford Cowing. She enjoyed sportsmen's resort with oneot a graduating class of 591 'is.

Florida! wondering why in the Dui< an. Alice Rcdenbaugh, numerous fishing trips with the most famous dining roomson students who completed requirements -
world two million dol,ars were Marguerite Houchin. Susan Re- them and reported some very Florida's Southwest Gulf for degrees duringthe
spent on these thousands of flat, Will Of Iron Uenbaugh, Laura Clark, and good fishing. coast has previously had only rimester just ended.Among Tit M A TS 'aU'Lt

watery acres whose highest elevation M:, Rcdenbaugh. Last week PALM TREE PHILOSOPHY fur American plan aciommodatlons them is Kurt VanDorn Land ? YDC'.Fs re4 r SOUND NE$

Is about 10 feet) another" honor was bestowed Had a chance to listen to the starting at $U perperson BS (arts and science), of Na .. 8//t5/ ,A t:' .wI.JS -

\ Indeed the tourist sees no Lies Behind upon Mrs. Houchin when she became radio while travelling last week double occupancyd-irlngthe ples. d"J t'Sf (f'EVTL'
mountains as in the Tcton National the mother of a beautiful and heard a cute new song on peak of the winter season. Registrar Murray W, Kenna
Park and there are certainly baby girl. a disc jockey show It's called This Includes deluxe lunchesto said diplomas will be sent out "S C ice rHE 4 f""i.:s"1Au.

no canyons like Grand DON R TURNER, above, has Nolan B. Tom of Palm Lake "E xpect Good Things To go on board ship for fish- in a few days to 488 who received ejcr users cot

Canyon Dryce and Hon. As Limpid Eyes been appointed vice president Trailer park was hospitalized Happen"" It struck me as being ing parties as well as prepar- bachelor's degree, 79 /54i1EAI F.'I Y'lLA.'EA

I for caves, such as one admires and general managerof for several days recentlybut a good theme to start the new ing to order the fish caughtby who received a master's and 24

at Carlsbad Caverns there arc By BOB THOMAS Wood has been discharged and year with. And guess what guests, If they desire. who received a doctor's degree.
none In the Everglaaes unless AP Movl .Tclevlslon Writer Imrer al-Chrysler. is recovering) at his home. They already have. Try It yourself -

you count a few shallow pot HOLLYWOOD (AP) Don't Plymouth dealership in Naples !. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Gidd- and Expect Good Things SAFETY MAKES A HAPPY SHIP

holes pocking its limestone let Yvete Mlmleux' wispy man. Turner was formerly Ings of Fredericks Street Jour- To Happen' Read the Want Ads _

floor Forests, as at Olympic ner fool you. Behind those llm. associated with DeBorden- neyed to Pensacola recently.
National Park,are missing too pld eyes lies :a whim of iron. They were guests at the homeof
The largest groups of trees In Her agents found that out this dve Motors in Fort Myers Mr. and Mrs. James Gavinas

the Everglades are the slender week when she fired them. and Collier County Motorsin were Mr. Giddings parents WELCOME TO2OAT

stands of Caribbean pine and Her studio will soon bo dis. Naples who arrived there from Warsaw -
covering it as she asks for a
the dense Isolatcd clumps of new deal N.C. After a weeks visit

hammock jungle and mangrove Interviewers Inevitably en. with !the Gavins Mr. and Mrs.
Even lakes like one 2 Weeks Left
strips. counter it when they ask her Giddings returned to Naples
I, gapes at In the Crater Lake about personal matters. bringing Mr. and Mrs. F. F. _

National Park,arc lacking here. Yvette Is now shopping for To Apply For ings with them. This week the
t Instead the Everglades themselves agents and the new team will GidJlngs and their guests drove

comprise a shallow sea of have the assignment of adjust. to Key West for an overnight M4V2EWNAPLES
I: grass only 6 inches to a foot Ing her contract with MGM. It Teacher ExamLess

i deep. has only two more years to run, stay.Recent guests of Mr.and Mrs.
AREA but the winsome blonde yearnsto than two weeks remain
HUGE Russell Duncan of Lake Kelly
be free earlier from the stu. for prospective teachers who
The Everglades, as the name were Russell's brother and his inc.
dlo's exclusive
control. plan to take the National Teacher -
Implies is a far-reaching "Last year MGM presentedme wife. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dun ,
Examinations at Fort
stretch of grass ( about 3500 with six different scripts can from Indiana.
Myers on February 15, to sub-
square miles ). through which and all of them were fantstlc," HOSPITALIZED
mit their completed appli-
fresh water trickles towards the she commented. "I couldn't
pos.
Clem Wctzel of Lake
cations for these tests to Educational Kelly
sea. This clear water comes slbly do them, and I told the
has been 111 and confinedto
from Lake Okcechobee In cen- studio so. As far as I can see, Testing Service very BROWSE AROUND LOOK AROUNDWe
the hospital for a few weeks.
tral Florida the second lar- there la nothing out there for me Princeton New Jersey Applications -
In the future So for the examinationsmust Last week his son and daughterand
fresh-waterlakewlthlnthe why shouldn'tI
gest other relatives arrived Think You Will Like What You Seel!
United States. It flows at a be free to take some of the be forwarded so as to
rate of 3 to 4 miles an hour attractive _posslbllties that reach the Princeton Office not I from Pennsylvania to be with

southward,filtering between the come along on the outside." later than January 17. him.Our
blades and roots of saw- With an eye to her future freedom Applications for the examin- sympathy to the familyof LADIES---
tough she Is incorporating her. ations and bulletins of information Mrs. Harry Constance of
grass. On the east, this river self and plans to buy story prop.erUea t Washington Avenue who passed IF YOU HAVE NEVER STOPPED AT THI
describing registration
I of grass is bordered by the which she could play. She this week.
I "Gold Coast" a high ridge of had despaired of getting MCM procedures and containing representative away The Norman Reinertson PETTICOAT ADMIRAL SHOPAt
limestone on which Miami Ft. to do the same. She discoveredthe test questions may
be obtained directly from the family have returnedfron-t their
Lauderdale Homestead and novel "Llllth" and sent cC'JIles
smaller towns are built. The to all the studio bigwigs National Teacher Examinations delightful holiday trip to upper Boat Haven you may b4t missing something Medium
New York State and Canada.
this barrier Nothing happened. Robert fios. Educational Testing Service -
water gets through Prices and Smart- COME VISIT US.
that Ernest Tetreault
via rivers and canals. To sen snapped it up and made It Princeton New Jersey. Sorry
for Columbia. of Shadowlawn Drive was feeling -
the the At the one-day testing sessiona
west Everglades are Yvette'a last two films have under the weather this week
candidate take the Com-
bounded limestone by where a lower the ridge of been for other companies"''Dla* mon Examinations may which include but are happy to report that he BOSTON WHALER RENTALS AUTO STORAGE
villagesof mond Head" and "Toys in The
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! Marco Ft. Myers etc. stand. parent lot for- urprt *-* tele-
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WHAT MAKES IT Yvette Is in a special "Dr. are designed to demonstrate was 10 Inches of snow at Dayton PETTICOAT ADMIRAL SHOP

Water and wildlife the Klldare," being a two-partcr mastery of subject mat Ohio while they were
are two"secret"
called "Tyger.Tyger." She playa there and their one old
ter in the fields in which he year
ingredients which a surfing enthusiast who refuses may be assigned to teach. son, Jamie had his first encounter JUST ARRIVED! Nautical Belts Bernardo Caprii, with marching
make the region so very specie to give up her beard even All candidates will receive with snow and loved
I .. Discounting the fact that though a mild epilepsy attack Overbloutet, Pantsmakei Shorts and Skirts Smart low- tickets of admission advising it. Dill's father made the return -

these the are world the and only that EvergladesIn they can makes dangerous It appear for the her.sport wouldbe them of the exact location of trip to Naples with them Casual Shoes Feather weight Nylon Parkas Gear Bags, (all sizes),

the centers to which they should He plans to be in Naples fora
be seen essentially In the same report. Candidates for the few weeks. Nautical Jewelry Just right for Vacation Fun.
state as were a thousand
they
DEATHSGREENCABTLE Common Examinations will report Guests of Jack Redenbaugh
years ago or more the areas
8:30 at his Lake Kelly home last
at : a.m. on February
| one of subtle fascinating IND. (AP) 15 and will begin taking the test week were Bob Stoffer Terry
beauty. It is the third largest -Dr. Truman 0. Yuncker, 72,
at 9.00: a.m. The Common Shively and Joh n Herron all
National Parkin our count ry and curator of Depauw University's LADIES MEN
Examinations will be concluded of Churabusec.lnd.
the one where does herbarium died Wednesday. He
only geology ,
12:30 Mrs. Jean Dell of 2715 Palm
not play the prime role. Here was professor emeritus of bat at approximately p.m. We Stock Bunny Day's 1 1. LARGEST SELECTION MEN'S
Street entertained the holt
over
Candidates for one or two Optional -
and bacteriology at De.
look for any
one must grandeur
BOAT SHOES
Examinations will days for her granddaughter Celebrated
pauw and vice president of the report
In the of
an s ,
ret plume
sweep eg
the examination Kathie McCabe, and a friend. 2. 1964 EDITION "CHAPMAN'S" JUST
the bellow of a bull alligator Botanical Society of America. again at cen- SEA FOOD COOK HOOKS
ter at 1:30: p.m. and will begin It was the girls' first visitto OUT.
the strength of a tall royal PHILADELPHIA (AP}-Rot). the tests at 1:45: p.m. Naples and they were delighted "Hook 'Em Cook 'Em"
the of a tropical 3. MOORING WHIPS EASY TIE UP
palm glory
ert W. Grunert, 60, executive Those" taking only one Optional with our 'city and hopeto and
sunset. vice president of the Pennioll should FOR BOATS TO 35 fT
Over 70 species of West Indian Co., Oil city Pa., died Wednesday amlnatlon about 3:15 completethis return. "Catch 'Em and Cook 'Em":
test at :
plants live In the Ever- after a brief Illness. p.m. AT HARMJNY
glades National Park and about and those taking two Optional Residents at HarmonyShoreswho
finish
should
25 different kinds of orchids. FLORENCE, Italy (AP)-Wll. Examinations have just returned for the
Many of the birds are those Liam J. B. Macaulay 71, Irish their tests at approximately winter are Mr. and Mrs. Ed LEFT FOR BOATS TO 35 ft.FACILITIES .

that winter In the Caribbean unbassador to the Vatican, 4:45 p.m., according to the Brunswig Mr. and Mrs. Ed TWO COVERED BOAT SLIPS CHECK THESE
died schedule for these examinations
Tuesday. time -
South and Central America. A Kruger Mr. and Mrs. Merritt & UTILITIES.
which has been
few frogs and lizards not to CIURIInur \Rki\a set up Griffen, Mr. and Mrs. Jess
Educational .
mention the crocodile are also PADUCAH, "kv' tAP) Wi by TestlngServlce.C'ONFliSION Harrison. Dr. and Mrs. Earl

natives of the true tropics, The can park your mr in Paducah and Kr \IliSMIAMi Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Har-
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it is fairly free of frost. Church ,.\e the Circle .K. Club that the city has some street Houston Texas are visiting Gas or ;Diesel
of of I'iiJunh Junior College permission names that ate confuting To 35 Feet Carburetor Specialist
With the Tropic Cancer Mrs. Hackley's parents Mr. And Air Station
to operate UK lot for It referred to /M\ South Rifer
(the northern boundary of the and Mrs. L.E. Jones of Harmony -
parking on weekduxs\ with pro Drive S* North River fm.Iii/ 1\
Zone less than one Shores.Mr. .
Tropical ), coeds going for iharitabk rill North River I Drive and S\\ South
hundred miles away we can poses, River Drive! nil In the "'itE3 \' and Mrs. Guy Bar:Ick- BOATS STOCKED RENTAL CRUISER
rnan took a trip up to Kisslmee

to brother visit with who Mr.Is 111 Barrlckman's and has been 1. Boston Whaler 26' Sea Skiff

hospitalized there. 2. A.F.I.
t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wolf Twin Engines

-- 3. Seabird

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.. For Cargo Plane 5. Orlando Clipper

V eon HONOLULU (AP)-Dishoart.
3 .p; ened searchers finally have

given up the hunt for nine men R Feet
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aboard an Air Force plane that 23 Per Mo.
vanished in the Pacific last

'a + r 9 w.F week.One
of the men was M. Sjt.
t. Herbert M. O'Malley, the father
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"
: have to make the night. But his
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his retirement and went along. I
Eight of the men were Air
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