The daily news
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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 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Weather Outlook L 4IJ'l/ TIDES

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freetlng tonight. Low tonight 34 J t
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10k. !I'artly cloudy skies chtnicins lr
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from clear to cloudy. Northwest l
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and north winds 10 to 20 tulles Q( p ; Jan. U 12:52 2:33: Tt4 7:44
an hour this afternoon dlmin-

lulling tonight becoming north to Add one hour for Marc

northeast Wedneiiday. Vdd one hour for Naples Bay
40th YEAR NUMBER 119 8 Pages IOC TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1964 Bridle on the Trail

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* Florida To Warm Up Wednesday Night

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Scores Perish In Northern Storm

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BY RICHARD F. WHALEN Although the snowfall tapered inches, Associated Press Writer off, winds with gusts up to 60 storm In 13 )ears. St. Louis had their combined punch smacked passable (for several hours. in state Capitol corridors for
The howling snowstorm that miles an hour continued and 8.1 inches, the most in ,six the Northeast. Washington'snine Trains were 1 late and some legislators. About 100 state em.
blasted much of eastern United near.zero cold was expected as )"tars. Inches was the hea'Iest.nowfall 6,000 to 8,000 commuters dour ploes spent the night at the
States-worst In years In spots far south as Tennessee tonight. The southern half of the In nearly six years bled and trlpled-up In city hotel employment offices
I -left scores dead In Its wake The Midwestern half of the storm brought Florida Its first Morgantown, W. Va., had 16 rooms
today. Huge drifts marooned storm battered Illinois, Indiana snow In six )ears. It melted\ Inches. Snow depths In New England A low pressure system off
1 thousands of travelers over. and Ohio, leaving thousands quickly, but plunging tempera New York City and environs ranged around 12 inches with New England' \ and :a high pres.
night. snowbound Sunday night and tures were the main concern were hit by a foot or more of some drifts up to five feet high. ante a) ateni in eastern Texas
The death toll was at least 71. Monday. Drifts were reported 20 with below freezing tempera. snow that slowed homebound At Ashland, N.V., 33 miles formed a trough! for the Arcticair
The storm system that swirled feet high in some Ohio areas. tures recorded in central FlorUdo. commuters Monday night. The from Albany, the snow was 30 to flow Into Florida.The .

., I Into blizzard proportions In the i Youngstown, Ohio, with 16 principal suburban highways onT inches JtM'('. In .\I\\,1n'IIl'rf' Weather Bureau Issued
hard froe/e warnings for all of
Northeast dumped more than
e .
north Florida and some central
r two feet of snow in some sec.
+ tlons. Gale force winds whippedthe sections for tonight Frost or

snow Into drifts-some 20 We're Getting It TooBy near freezing conditions were
feet high. posted! for portions iif the Ever.glades .

Many school systems, Includ. ..... farming districts.The .
forecast calls for continued
tog those In New York City and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS And there was extensive firing end 23 to 27. The upper easl t the upper 30s and low 40s and f.1 rand quite cold weather
: ,;ety y Philadelphia, closed I today. Cold arctic air, a fringe effect of groves coast also had 23 to 27 readings the West Palm Beach area had through Tuesday night! with a
Business closings were wide. of the snow storm which Lewster L. Benson, associate The Lake county area of the about 40.Benson. slow warming trend In start
spread. blanketed the nation, blaw forecaster of the FederaJ-State ''Orlando District had lows said there would l*> a Wednesday) afternoon.
About 3,000 travelers spent across Florida todaydropping Frost Warning Service in Lake. around 2'. Polk County had 28o little Ire in citrus fruit from
the night at Kennedy International temperatures below freezing land, said low temperatures in t 30 degree readings "Farther Lake County northward If grove
Airport In New York after And indications were there the north end of the Gainesville south," he said, "11 t was above owners filled to heal
all flights were canceled be was more and worse to District were in the 20 to 24 de. :i free ting." Robert Ferr, meteorologist In Ford Enters
cause of drifts on the runways. come. i gree bracket and In the southern The Everglades had lows in i I charge of the Tampa Weather
In Pennsylvania, 250 pupils The Weather Bureau reportedan Bureau, said north Florida. had
were marooned overnight at a 18 degree reading at Valparaiso .. W- clear skies out he said l I the
high school. In the Florida panhandle, winds blowing In from the Gulf Council Race
Their reaction, as one put lit apparently the coldest In the of Mexico gave central .Floridaa
TYPICAL of local teaident who are dependent tm "Down with snowplows This is state pensacola reported an good cloud cover that kept'

blood donor U young David Evans, 5-ycar-old son of the swlnglngest" party of the early morning low of 21. Taller All U.S. Diplomats Told temperatures from dropping> At Deadline
hassee had all.Temperatures. .
Mr, and Mr,. Austin Evan;, shown being escorted year. "If we luilii'l had the clouds\ ,
in the citrus belt !It have
might gotten 3 to 4 do.
into Young
Naples Community Hoipital.
were potentially damaging to green colder," .Ferry said With the filing deadline act for
noon have to undergo hurt surgery to correct mal Big DelegationDue fruit and new growth on trees, To Leave PanamaReportWASHINGTON He said wind probably will r> p.m. toss( ) at least II\ persons
function present since birth, and In the surgery will but weather and citrus Industry be more northeasterly tonight, were In tunning, for the mayor's
need about 21 pint of bl credited to the county hlmxl bank, <(-Panama A flve-man joint authority, from the Gulf, skies will 1*> on City Council Mayor Francis
certain. was reported today to have formed under OAS auspices to clear. Temperatures probablywill Ford indicated he would file for
On Herman F. Steele, assistant notified the United States thatit keep peace along the Canal drop below this morning's Council I today.+'
When You Give Blood ExpresswayThe general manager of Florida Cit. Intends to go through witha Zone border, held its first meet readings, he said. The biennial municipal elec.
rus Mutual, said "as far as we complete break In diplomatic ing Monday but Issued no wordof (Ion will be held February 4,
size of the Tallahuseebound can tell at this time, the duration relations and is demanding any decisions. A source In and today also Is the deadlinefor
delegation to support of the cold temperaturesnot withdrawal of UJS. diplomats.In Washington Indicated the border To Join EffortsIn would-be voters to registerIn :
court action to validate the $17 sufficient to have resulted insignificant that situation President would be patrolled bv the Panamanian order to he able' to cast bal.
You 'Insure'
Everyone : million bond Issue to build the damage" Johnson and Secretary of State National Guard and Planning For lots In the election. The reels.

Everglades Expressway gets Temperatures didn't drop be. Dean Rusk appeared to haveno U.S. military forces.Ambassador Welcome StationSteps I ration books are at the officeof !
larger as the validation date, low freezing in the citrus belt i choice, under normal Inter. Manuel Trucco of County Registrar Edna CrlU
In Your Free January 29-30 closer. until after midnight, he said I,national) law, but to order the Chile was named head of the > were taken at this morn) Santa at the government, tenltr.
Family : Commissioner gets Pete Doub advised i departure of the ranking UJS. peace authority, representingthe ing's session of the County Com. Council member Joel Kuper.
diplomat, Wallace Stuart, and OAS The UJ5. members are mission to co-ordinate efforts berg posted iris $23 riling fee
commissioners at this Smathers Tells 'his staff. William Deldon, political adviserto and plans to build the Welcome with City Clerk Elsie Lehman
With the Bloodmobile slated for the Naples I IWoman' morning's session that the In- There were signs of a bard Gen. Andrew P. O'Meara, Station and the Highway Patrol this morning and thin qualified lii
dlan Reservation will also send line developing on both aides In commander of UJS. forces In the headquarters at Carnestown. run for re-election Kttperberg.Jj
Club this and Thurs. '
Wednesday delegation Brows r'County: Of A !s. .With"Bobby j dispute .over the status of Canal Zone, and U. Gee,, The Collier Corporation '''IINt' set-kins a, Hyer, term,
day, the Collier County Blood'Bank'li -.c ent- ring I.plans to send a i ,CUP, and both 'U$, '. 'ruled. PanamaCanal George' Mabry chief of VJ5.'aver a year ago made tile 'and *? Mayor"Frant-u Ford, wdo is

its theme, "free Insurance," to enroll a the Collier County Commissionand Do'kerW Zone.While military operations in the son.> at the Carnastown four-corners prohibited by charter from run.
host of blood donors. the Greater Naples Panamanian President Panama named Col. Julio Cor. available for the two projects, nlng again for that office, was to
new Chamber of Commerce be Roberto Chlari's government In. doves, former secretary of the advised the Commission that re. announce/ his candidacy for a
,Under this plan, a local family can have : will (AP) Here slated on the break, accordingto Panamanian National Guard ,and view of the proposal will be made four.ycar Council seat late this
the benefit of free blood, should the need represented.The is the statement issued by Sen. | diplomatic informants, the Cloy: Bendettl, legal adviser to by the corporation board In mid. afternoon. Ford has served six
American Automobile i George Smathers, D-Fla., Mon. ,Johnson administration emphas. the Ministry. of Foreign Affairs. February and the Intent of the years un Council/ four of themas
arise, simply by having one member of the Association and the City of day after a witness before the :land its determination to pre. U.s. congressmen In Washing Commission should be on file mayor,

Immediate family donate one pint of blood, Miami It has been reported i Senate Rules Committee said serve UJ5 control over the strategic ton voiced new disapproval of for that meeting. As of this noon, the candidatesfor
This unique insurance policy would be in will be represented at the court 'Smathers was involved in a f 1. canal and to keep it oper. the 1060 agreement to allow the The corporation was also City office lined up like this:
session to oppose validation of I nanclal deal with Robert G. Ba ating., i Panamanian flag to be flown in seeking Information on construe, For mayor: Arrhle Turner and
force for a period of one year, a service offered : the bonds. kept In Washington, the White the Canal Zone lion and maintenance plansof II. Milton Link.

by the Collier County Blood Bank, a 14 Doub said reservation repre- "Early in 1957: I was invitedby House said the United States Rep. Clarence Cannon, D.Mo., buildings planned for the Mte. For the Ihree four.year Conn
j some longtime friends of chairman of the House Appro. Commissioner A. C. Hancock ell terms: Kuperl' > Mrs
month. old non-profit organization which has sentatlves had Indicated a con- has an obligation to operate the erg,
mine, none of whom was or is Panama Canal fflclmitly and prlatlons Committee, said Pan. was appointed chairman of a Casey Miller, Ford, Mrs. Shir
link from the
provided Collier Countians to date with over necting reserva now connected with any govern ''securely" and "cannot allow the ma "had no more right to fly committee to coordinate plan. Icy Deck, /Elmer!: W. Lonndale,
610 pints of blood. tion to the Everglades Express- ment-federal, state or local-to security of the Panama Canalto her flag there than England has Other members of the commit. and George Iteardon.
way was planned and that the invest in a real estate transac. I be Imperiled." to fly her flag In the capital of tee will be Commission Chair For Turner's unexplred two.
Nature and modern techniques have made residents of the reservationwere lion in central Florida. My portion "The United States continuesto the United States. He likened man Dewey Polly, County /!:n.glneer year Council term: Robert L

it easy and painless to give blood, Blood Bank looking forward to a time of the transaction, as I recall I believe that when order la Panama to a blackmailer whose Harmon Turner, and Rep. Combs, II.II. Render, and JamesT.

officials point out, An average person has when sugar cane Industry might it, was one-fifth (1-5)!!). I ac. I fully restored, It should be poa. appetite had been whetted by Lorenzo Walker, A meeting witha Mayrield. MayftolU, manager
be started in the area. The [cepted the offer and sent a check slble to have direct and candid the first payment. representative of the Highway of the Pirates Den at the Golf. I
from 12 to 13 pints of blood in his system toll road will make possiblea for my proportionate share :discussions between the two Rep. Armlstead Selden, D. Patrol to study plans will be ar. Ing Buccaneer, filed Monday I

and does not miss the amount given, it was direct route to pons on the "A few months laterwhen it I governments," said the state Ala., chairman of a !House subcommittee ranged In the Immediate future,
I became clear that this was a It was announced MOAT THAN MAIS 01'JLORIOA'S
pointed The donated blood restoredby and I ment, Issued after Assistant lnter.Amerlcan are
out is east coast water transportation sound Investment, and knowing on Administrative Assistant Rhya TOlUlSTS I WILL
the body mechanism within a few weeks. of the raw sugar to refineries of the difficult financial clrcum..Secretary of State Thomas C. fairs, maintained the flag con. Beatty was directed to contact RLTIJrN rod MJOTHCR VISIT I
Mann returned from Panamaand
cession should have been han.
In Savannah, Ga. stances which my then admlnls. : the Florida Development\ Cum.
The usual donation
is one pint and the conferred with President died under treaty revision pro.
I tratlve assistant Scott L Peek
mission relative to plans for a
from four Johnson for 2 hours and 20 min. cedures that would have re.
drawing requires to 10 minutes, was In, trying to raise a large welcome station building. A set

with the service performed by a medical Butts Verdict young family on a limited sal. 1 uts.There were no outbreaks of than quired executive Senate action approval rather of plans for the welcome station, GREET
ary, I asked him if he would providing for a building with
technologist. Giving blood the 1 violence Monday although antl.U .
once erases ,
like to buy a one-eighth Vfc) In. "There Is dimension of 3";
Too ( I sentiment still no way to appease Interior' tiy 7ilEMwg
fear of giving again, say those who have High, Says t crest in my share of the Invest, 4 ent. Signs reading was "Avenue appar.ofthe 'or satisfy the political appetitesof 03 feet Is on hand, but cum.mlsslonera A
ment. Also, being apprised of the Panamanians said wanted additional In.
given.Most Federal t i the similar circumstances of : Martyrs" appeared on Pres. :, : .
healthy Neapolitans between the Judge Robert G. Baker, who too had (Ident Kennedy Avenue Canal the William Cramer, R-Fla. formation as a |ulde. / .

of 21 and 60 can give blood, and local a young and growing family I I street dividing the Zone
ages ,
ATLANTA (AP) A federal J from Panama City, where some Humane
doctors will be hand insure that donorcan offered him a one. lghth (%) In. Society Reports
on to a judge ruled today that a $3.08 of r the fiercest rioting occurred
terest I In my share of the invest
donate million libel judgment won by last week.
participate. Persons wishing to
I menu Both of them took advan.
who haven't had their blood classified can Wally Butts was excessive and tag* of this offer, and each of In Panama City, business I
unless the former foot and American
Georgia I houses reopened 1,248 Animals Sheltered In Months
them gave me his check in the
have .this service performed free of charge. ball coach agrees to take less, I amount of SI, OO.OO. I personnel returned to the Uli.

Certain dieting is important before donating a new trial will be granted the "This real estate investment I Embassy for the first time

blood Watch your diet for four hours before Curtis Publishing Co. consisted of undeveloped acre. since they evacuated the building Although the Naples Humane community, and Impounded 13 said< Mrs. Walter Keller, pre.

The ruling by U.S. District i age Proceeds have been dls.trlbuted Friday. Society's new animal shelter has bite cases and rabies suspects. silent, "Thl in turn limits equip.
donating, but don't donate when hungry Judge Lewis ft. Morgan gives t: as the land has been UJS. military authorities at. been In operation for only 0 Bite cases from the City of ment and personnel" "Although

You may eat fruit, jam, boiled potatoes, rice Butts acholceottaking$400,000 sold off in lots. Fortunately the I Balboa announced that an evacuation months 1,248 homeless, un. Naples were impounded free of we are still In debt and oporat.

grits, gelatin or sugar Eat all you wish of or having the case tried a sec. t ransactlon did turn out success.fully (I day of would dependents probably of UJS.begin mill.to. desired. neglected, Injured and charge for 14 days at the re. bug on borrowed funds, we are
ond time. and each of them has re. lost animals have been provided quilt of the Health Dept. most optimistic that more volun.
.these foods but no milk, cream, butter or Morgan denied a motion by celved: a return of slightly overa I tary: and civilian personnel desiring with food, care, shelter and pro. "The Humane Society Is the tary contributions and our Febru.
to return to the UnitedStales
fatty foods of any kind. You may drink fruit Curtis for a judgment revcrs. I thousand dollars a )ear on his :> rather than return to tectton. onl) animal welfare organization ary membership and building fund I

juices, tea or black coffee. Ing the jur'Irdlct of last Au. investment over the past 7'ears. l heir houses In the Panama re. The Socletj's IOCS annual report and shelter in collier County, drive will enable us to continueand
gust '; am Informed that the last of shows 922 dogs, 6G5 cats and< still limited In its scope expand our necessary humane
The bloodmobile will be at the Woman's the lots should be sold within I public and CI other animals including of activities by hands available" work In 19C4."

Club from 6:30 and The $3.06 million judgment t the next two or three months, guinea pigs, opossums, songbirds
noon to : Wednesday again was awarded Butts in his suit and their return this )ear will white rats, racoons,ducks, ,
Thursday from 8 to 9:30: a.m. The unit will because of a Saturday Evening be less than a thousand dollars. seagulls, rabbits, hamsters, uRM

then move to Immokalee where it will receive Post article charging that he This will terminate this transac. fffMrV YOUR 1; egrets, monkes, pigs and pell
and coach Paul Bryant of Ala. t ion. cans.
donations from 1 5:30 mm LICENSE TT?
to Thursday
: p.m. bama football Many of these animals
rigged a game "I am not Involved in any oth. were
eastl between their schools in 1962. i er business ventures with/ Mr. I DURING YOUR 410* rescued from canals: trees, rul
Alabama won 350. Peek' or Mr. Baker" BWHMOHJHrvJ vents, carton on the clt) dump,
or were found Injured, starving,
1 JOHN ELUOTT BLOOD BANK or suffering from diseases such r

- ,( SOtf01T 1b9Rai1C Btooo f1AlIK Bob Kennedy LBJ Envoy To SukarnoWASHINGTON i as Others,distemper mange become, and enteritis wild pnuemonia.or ,cross hepatitis h

l from being abandoned, and some
(AP) Atty. discussing with Sukarno the slstance to Indonesia unless j Just suffered from old age.
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy leaves Malaysian situation Johnson makes a positive find More than 243 healthy specl.
lode) on a troutle.shootlngmis. Sukarno has publicly and re. ing that it Is In the best Inter. i mens have been adopted from the
--- lion for President! Junnson a peatedl vowed Ms Intention to eats of the United States i Society! Including 134 dogs, 97 -

meeting with lndoneelan Preai. crush "neocolonialism": In Ma. Kennedy visited Indonesia fora dent Sukarno on the Malaysian lasla meaning British sup. week In February, 1982 on a tour I guinea pigs, two hampsters.
situation port of the newly formed stale round-the-world trip. He spent and two small. birds. And 44 "Animals of the Day at the Humane Society won'tbe

Tho White House said Mon. Only last week Johnson sent much of his time defending U.S. lost pets were reunited with their completely content until. they're in the homes of
BLOODMOBILE whkh will com to Naples' and Im. day that Kennedy probably will Sukarno a message It Is be. policies: -domestic and foreignIn <)wn rs wlthla the shelter. three 6-wetk-old
mokalee thl week to receive Jonatlon Skilled tech- see Sukarno Thursday In Tokyo loved to have dealt with U.s. sharp exchanges with Indo. During the same time, the loving owners. tiny puppiesare
niclan/ traveling1 with the vehicle. aUtal by voluntary where the Indonesian leader concern over the rising frequency neslaa students. He also con. i Society investigated 10 reported described as short-haired two light beige and

mrJiral and tr>'hntr l aide from Naples' and will b. vacationing. Details of border Incidents In ford with Sukarno about Indo. cues:: of cruelty, and received one black with brown. Their mother is described as
Immokalee will speed process so that all volunteer were to be announced alter North Borneo, a Malaysianstate Milan demands for the Dutch i i multitude of calls requesting
Kennedy conferred with John. Gut. resembling the Sociaty's tiny mascot a silky terrier
ran be handled M thin the scheduled hour Wed net- which borders Indonesia. held territory of West New help or information.
day and Thur da\ son this meriting Another possible topic la the The Society also worked In These puppies and others offered for adoption maybe
Assistant White House press> Kennedy<5ukarno talks Is a pro. nea.The attorney general pressed close:: cooperation with the public seen at the shelter from 12.3 p.m. Tuesday
secretary Andrew Hatcher said Tlslon la the MW foreign aid the point that the United State Health authorities to secure wild
4 Monday that Kennedy would be bill. It would prohibit U/ a.. wanted a peaceful Solution animals" causing hazard to the through Sunday.

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Fossil Shells To Be FeaturedAt ConcertReview

5th Annual Shell ExhibitIt I By EVALYN TYNER BECHTELThe I kI.jiP iiR

has been announced by the I opening of the 1964 Naples

officers of the Naples Shell Club ,ii! Community Concert season could
that a category of fossils shells .. be likened to Its premiere con
will be featured at the fifth an. .; cert 12 years ago. The artists
nual Shell Chow) on February '/ ."I"'Y".;. 'At> 1\t'\ and their artistry were compar.
21.23. All collectors are invitedto ; : able. Saturdays concert was

enter their exhibits In that T: .; :'( given by Beverly Wolff, mezzo
class as well as in all the : : soprano, whose voice was liken
\ .
others. There Is no charge for .. .. ,.. ..".. ;.". ed In power and vocal timbreto

entering exhibits or for atten. that of Eileen Farrell who

dance at the show. ;i .. gave the first Naples Commu. 4

Just as the coasts of Floridaare .." ,, ., city Concert twelve years ago,

excellent shelling places, so :i ,. 'f" ; ...'.\' > '('. Both artists were accorded en.
is the whole state a good placeto .' 'f thusiastic receptions
dig for fossil shells, the of. ''' .'.,..i..,\.;,.".\"":' \ I Miss Woltt, beautifully gowned

ficus said. Fossils are the re.) 's.}.'. .:,_ : I In bronze satin, first addressedher

ricers said. Fossils are the re. '._ .... audience In the majestic mu.
mains of ancient animals and : sic of Handel She sang stronjl

plants preserved In the rocks, and artistically, with a glint In

gravel, and sand of the earth. .; her eye which added sparkle to
Fossil shells are particularlywell ,. her stately dignity Miss Wolff swell
preserved In the soft rocks, JJ controlled tones and evenessof

gravel and sand of Florida which .. sound was consistent In both RIGHT AFTER the concert Saturday surround singer Beverly Wolff
lifted above sea level by the low and whichIs )
was high registers, night enthusiastic listeners of all ages (NEWS photo
subsidence of the world's oceans a rarity among mezzo sopra.
relatively recently. The easiest DOS. Her pianissimos were as

places to find them are In the SOME I FOSSIL SII JoI.I.S from the CaloosahuuhU River exquisitely executed as were the Code

dredging from the rivers and region, Including laip uml extinct foims as well a. succession of dramatic climaxesthat Building ,
Canals of the state, especially occurred In Tchalkovsk
preeent-day vulielle In the upper left coinei' In a cone
along the Caloosahatchle River "Jeanne d'Arc", She was Seawalls On
shell, Conun iidvuKuiIUM, rate, extinct, with a right-
the canals around Lake Okeecho.
suasive and compelling In both.
handed opening, unlike living .ptcien tu \bee and along the T ami ami Trail. miy The French group of songs dls
Here In Naples last winter towel right cornel is I Arcs uttirenianu, something like played her beautifully disciplinedhigh Council AgendaClt

many fossil shells were exposed the modern turkey winy, In the lower left coiner i* tones, full of warmth and r

when the Bay was dredged, It Cupihca pioblemnlHcii. lurv and extinct In the center tenderness. While she was sing count'11 meets tomorrowat

was pointed out, but many of lower row Is Anailaia lusiicu, .-.omethlnjr like the modern Ing this group 1 felt she was 9 Il.m. to> consider on .1t'IIl1.1(:
them were broken. Most of the rutlldhed! mk. On the left of the center low I III singing music of which she was r that Is shelter lluui. u tiol.
Florida fossil shells are around extremely fond She confirmedthis Heading it Is! ail Mom ielat
a luiift-, cup-lInI-IIIIUt'el' xhell, similar to today's Cruel-
6 million years old, althoughsome later at the reception given ing to the proposed repeal of
hulum specie; In the center are two small conchs,
of them range from 100 In her honor. that part of the City Building
to 200 million years, according Huxyvun eihinutum, I'u'e and extinct. To their light uri. From the opera"The Marriage Code which Is in toiifliot with

to the scientists who have studied two olives, Oliva Mayunn cam. as today'. form; and on of Figaro" Miss Wolff sang"Non the southern standard BullJlnc

them. Along with the remains of the riith. of the center low U the fossil lion's paw, So Plu Cosa Son". This Is MOo Cod The Building Code Boardof

other ancient plants and animals, Chlamyii talooMueniix, extinct. In the upper row sec zart as It should be sung. Her Adjustments and Appeals has

they contribute evidence of eve ond from rijiht( Is the nutmeg shell, Cantellarla conrad rendition should pick up the ears recommended that the stricter

lull on and of the genetic unity 'lum, and to its left IK thu fossil spiny oyster, somethinglike (and eyes!) of Mr. Rudolph Blng City provision, on fireproof rou
of all living things. at the Metropolitan. ruction of commercial and as.
the modern Spomlylux. In the right upper coiner. N
The Shell Club has been In. Miss Wolff told the audience sembly buildings, lie repealed
.Is the fossil vane shell, Valium hoirMum. These specimens IE a
formed that several local collectors the story of "La Perlchole", There Is some Council sentU
of will were kindly supplied by the Blue Mussel Shop ofNapll'
fossils have their an opera that was revived sue k''t ment toward retaining all pro.
.. Mole V. S. 2S-c >nt coin scale Cole photo>)>
specimens ready for the show to as cessfully at the Met about five visions of the City code In the

be held in the Woman's Club )f them are mineralized however years ago. The heroine In the roF' middle Is the. proposed recreation

Building In Naples. CompetitionIn a nd others are casts.As Ulustrat.,' Fishing Reef opera Is a ballad singer who building In Camtler Park, which
the class Is expected to bo has been with heavy
Is penniless and alasl) finds favor
ed in the picture of the
keen among thosel....,ufuiof being many timbers to the roof.
Florida shell fossils are extinct with the Viceroy (rags to riches). a' support
awarded a 1st, 2nd or 3rd prize although a few are similar to Buoy Is FoundThe But alas again| her true love Is F' tj Such construction Is allowed
ribbon. Details of exhibit rules poor. Nonetheless, she finally fiF by the Southern code, but pro.
lose found
living today.
and a list of categories may be fishing reef buoy has been returns to him I (back to rags). 1 hlbited by the local regulations.
secured from the Club's Secretary ) found. Members of the Moose
The number from this
Backs Truck From Lodge are already busy cleaning opera
Mrs. Lucille Messmer, 672 afforded Miss Wolff quite a gamut SEAWALLSCity
'16th Avenue South, Naples.It Drive. Hits Car and polishing the wandering of emotions of which she took Attorney David SpliifiliT(:
marker and have plans to restoreIt
was explained by a club of. full advantage. She sang a bit will draw up an ordinance re. T
David Arthur Wedig, ttonlta in the immediate future.
fleer that fossils may be petri. of nonsense called "The Tipsy gulatlng seawalls facing tlieGulf,
.> driver for The marker was found floating
a company
Springs gas
factions ( replacements by Waltz"' and one of not.so.much and CouncU will consider< approv.
in the Gulf miles off 4
about two
mineral matter), or actual re. I was given a ticket for nonsense called "Why are men log construction of seawalls on
Little Marco shore Arts til
mains of the shells completely I:making an improper start from by son so silly?" At the close of this the Bay. Council ordered a moratorium .
associated with Outboard Marine
bleached, or casts (Imprints of a j stopped position shortly after number she announced: "This on all seawall construe
Too to Into
shells upon the hard rocks.) :1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon boat Corp.Stilson heavy attached get a line and the song does not reflect the view w tlon at last week's meeting, and
Those found In southwest Florida when he backed his delivery of the singer" This assured her there Is a backlog of permits
towed the buoy In.
ire usually the actual shells, talmost ruck out of 'a drive on 11th A little research revealed that of the continued support of the waiting approval.

perfectly preserved WIder Court North and struck a parked the anchoring chain had worn male contingent In the audienceand Council wUl make preparationsfor
the Ideal conditions of being burl. at the same time got her off the February 4 municipal
: car belonging to Edward through and set the buoy oat
ed In the sand and gravel. Some a musical hook. elections. Filing for the five
C?ates. 134711th. Cr. N.. H. R, Snowball said. lie also sur.
:--- Her closing selections Includeda available Council seats closesat
mlsed the chain the
holding mar.
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, January H, 1964 I ker at the other extremity of the number by Aaron Copland, a 5 p.m. today, and Council
tender song called !'New Born" will accept candidates' appllca
reef was, well.
pretty ftjiat; J ta nchantlng),"and a spliV, lions tomorrow. The body also
.. >'w rn"! 'end_ thay' membra the Stud, called, "Let U* Break B 'ead, ,iwlll ,accept and 8P I.'QoVt.tlt/t ballot,

..' Moose it. Lodge planaeato.replace> TogVlher( On Our Knees". Her. "REMEMl5fclir\VHEN ," Peggy (lettY) and ''skip'peiH' order ballots printed, appoint

Snowball announced that group.er concluding number, "A Feastof Smith recall good time. in Atlanta, Gu, with their long Inspectors and clerks, and designate .

OUi .11 fishermen who have been using Lanterns", was a crescendoboth time friend Beverly Wolff Scene Is the Jewel' Box Roomof polling places,
In sound of music wellas
the buoy as a starting place for as the Beach Club Hotel whciu dimtcug of the Naples
the sound of applause. The SPECIAL ELECTIONA
successful excurslon"wlll soon Community Concert Association honored the
a ) lovely mezzo
audience was appreciative and responsive resolution probably will 1 be
be back in business." He an. In their demand for two soprano with a gain: reception following; her triumphal concert passed creating a special election .

nounced many calls had been encores. at the Senior High School Saturday night Present to for Archie Turner's un.

made claiming that without the These were rewarding to the congratulate the petite conceittai' and! her accompanist expired two.year Council term,
I PRIVATE LESSONSIn marker "The couldn'tbe
found." grouper artlslt as well as the audience. Stephen Woiley, were Mi. and )JI'.. Merrill II. Boynton within the February 4 election.

the Her first encore was the familiar Or. and Mrs. Ferdinand C, Lee, Mr. and Mrs Spencer Al- Turner Is running for mayor,

following "Carmen". Her last encore was lendorf and daughter; Nancy, Di. and Mrs S. C. ORbutn, and announcement of his reslg.
Business Law equally familiar and loved. nation In advance cleared the
ORGAN Ji., Mr. and Mrs Richard Bechtel, Mis. E. Clarence Tooke
Course Planned the last song Hammerstein wrote Mr. and Mrs. James Lulcjian, Mis. Heniy Watkins, Jr., way for his post to be filled I
By Charles Vanderhoven before he died: "Climb Every without necessitating! a special '
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moitan and ion Jimmy.1.: .. John
Mountain" words at future
The are these: election a date.
PIANO For NeapolitansAn "Climb every mountain Pulling, )lr. Robert Coxey Mr. and :lira. J. Stealey Elms. Council will consider a Chamber !

By Scotty Watmore Edison Junior College extension Search high and low Or, and M.... Curt O. H. Kay.*r, and :Mi. and :lira Leonard of Commerce proposal to

course In Business Law Follow every by.way Latham. (PHOTO BY :McGRATH) Improve public relation during
Every path you know. construction work on the Trail,
BAND INSTRUMENTSBy will be conducted at Naples SenIor -
Climb every mountain, on city streets, and In Sanitary
High School If a sufflclen Washington Firm
Clyde Stocking Ford every stream, Long Protege Sower District NO. 3.
number of students enroll.
Follow every rainbow Volunteers Help Water engineers will attend
GUITARBy Registration for this course 'Til you find your dream." the meeting to give: a joint report
Nick GentileACCORDION will be held Monday, February It was not until the last note Beats MorrisonIn On Sugar Quota on C It j-County water manage.

3, at 6 p.m. at the high school, resounded that the audience left Commissioner Pete Doub r e. ment, and to advise< If the .pro.

with the Instruction scheduledfor the auditorium, and all one could LouisianaBy ported this morning at the I posed East and North Naples

Gentile 7 p.m. on Mondays. The hear was; "Wasn't she wonder. County Commission meeting thai t water main extensions are feof .
By Shirley course will cover essentials full" Bb'N: THOMAS the Washington, D.C. firm ol slble.

DRUMSBy of legal negotiations and Instruments NEW ORLEANS (AP-Lead. Volkert Engineers had volunteer
era of the free elector move. ed Its services to help Collier
with major emphasis on
Carl Whitkop Local Group nent In neighboring Southern County get a sugar quota. The,
contract. Tom Brown of Naples FTC
Mates have cheered the noml. County will accept gladly.
will be the Instructor.Newspaper nation of John McKeithen as At last Tuesday's meeting ol r
Bids For New I I To Put Curbs On
LESSONS CAN BE GIVEN IN OUR STORE Democratic nominee for gover. the Commission. Countv Attrl.

OR IN YOUR HOME Rack nor of Louisiana. culture Agent Don Lander reported 't. Cigarette Ads
& LoanA But McKeithen has left the on "good chances"' of getting
Savings :
Is Stolen FromRestaurant
HereA join the unpledged elector driver plant in Immokalee and a sugarcane eral Trade Commission Is plan. That
new Federal Savings and nine curbs that
support the national party cropof20,000ormore acres I it hopes will
newspaper rack belongingto Loan Association may be In the nominee 1 for president. of sugar cane. change the entire tone of
the Fon Myers News Press making for the Naples area. lie said he could conceivablyFavor A committee of four was ape, cite advertising, the New York Pleases .
was reported this morning as According to a legal notice In ( the Democratic candidate pointed to meet with the Sugar Times said toda).
For A New todajs edition of the NEWS, a sr the Republican nominee. Division of the Agriculture De. The mission will ;attempt
stolen during the night from In hearing will be held at 10 to For
a.m. "It's possible I can be for el. partment In Washington, and a I tone the elimination from
front of the Fifth Avenue Del- Monday, February 10, In Washing cigarette advertising of
t for
Musical Thrill her, or neither, McKelth. date was scheduled for Januar f state
icatessen, 602 Fifth Avenue lion, D. C., on an application in told newsmen Monda) as he 20. Lander, Commission Chair. ments or Indications that I pea

":' South Police theorize that It to organize an association filed t rested at his ZOOo.acre farm In man Dewey PollCommissionerDoub pie "feel good" when smoking: IndustryAnd
Come In was stolen for the coins It con- by Walter R. Rogers, Addison B. r northeast Louisiana and Norman Herre I and that smoking is a scald
.. tained. Miller, Nicholas Mllnarlch, Dou. "I'm not committed in the comprise the committee grace and a sign!:: of maturity,

and Listen To a The bill_ tor I lin and fertilizer glas; B. Danser Miles Scofleld, residential) race. The respec. Doub said this morning tha lt the paper saH In a Washington:
L, \. Orick
? Paul Bell, Alton t Ive civil had advised j I dispatch
parties' position on Volke.t Engineers
The LOWREY1 I M ImteJ Suit, larmt i II sl.5hlutr. 1 C, Hancock, Holland T. Salley, r rights and the nominees' posl. him br> telephone that a General 1 I According to the Commission's Individuals

\ a war' RoDert A. Roberts, and Joel Ku. t ions will be one of the decisive Mollison, a representative of the! present thinking, the ton said,

.. perberg. f actors." firm, ulll meet the county dele, advertisements aimed at mak.
.i The heating will be held In McKeithen, 41, schooled In gallon In Washington and attend j I ing smoking attractive to young Printing
Suite 418, 100 Indiana Avenue, politics: by the late Cov. Earl K. the meeting with It. Mollison has I people and those that mention
WesternAE; :\. W., Washington D. C. Long, owes much of his sue. been an engineer on processing; athletes ma) be banned entire

The lewr.y I.I the perfect crfon i c:was In last Saturdays runoff to plant projects In the Belle Glade! 1), the Times added Division!

fer rev kernel Here ere |just e APPEAL IN DALLAS harp. criticism of "federal in. area, comparable to the one! Since the commission be.
few ef lit "easy wtndtrfvlf AoI.o': DALLAS Tex UP) In a t erventlon" and charges that planned for Collier County. lieves It has authorlt to act
twrtdtOWRCY pastoral truer' read m til Dallas h Is opponent, deLesseps Mor. under present law, It will tell
MethoJitt churches Bishop r Ison, made a deal for a Negro Viet Nam nas been divided I Congress it sees no need for it
e ,
more fvciting"rnaiiliiy new tonal morc\CK effect,v; 'Dtscotlnt William C. Martin urged b>,loc vote. politically sine Vietnamese of[ new legislation. tNttJ

IOWREY roastIJelip full : Christians, in the area to purge In hailing McKeithen's nom). all persuasion succeeded In -
rich \oktt reproduced through their lives of the "insane bitterness n utlon, GO\', Ross Barnett of ousting the French, who maintained Inited .Urmer* spend
matched twin orKukert for true and hatred" which inspire *Mississippi said opposition to a protectorate from the .s31 hi, 11 ion scarl f"r fuel' 1lb
hi-fi purity! .(}O't.llO.ll_ such crimes as the assassination f,ederal intervention \'.u thtirlnclple end of the 19th Century to the >. ..mts and naintenan" t ,II l r a'

I IOWREY rla\lur ,,,\,. .Lo"re\', here of President Kennedv P which gave strength 1 middle of the 20th. and "-q>, ixTK-m
exclude "Mimt-hlusic" ,enable* tln o "'our free, unpledged eleotnovement. : .
aiiMJttt to ply beautiful music .''
right sway t Barnett and Co\', George Wai : PEN.6V: YN'IcHt .' .

C LOWIIgTrrylbqadd. distinctive : WANA SWAP? I ace of Alabam are leading the !0otn :9 :O'clock 1 : ':" MI. 2-2107
beauty to jour home! ."\ailableIn Vanderbilt Beach 3 bedroom d rive for unpledged Southern

LOW R E Y finisheitlOWRCY a wide choice of cabinet and home? Pine Ridge e lectors The free elector plan calls for 'M"AGNA'Y: ,X'' '. ASK FOR:

I glide' lunirvl andprol kIn 3 bedroom horn? Naples a election of presidential elect oca

ORGAN real l nude iromhone ny itr Bowling stock? n idt pledged to any candidate
Mr. Hoffman
other renliMic TV Stereo
anal! effect"' Backers, ?r ,Md I tea( ,'e .--- '

: t he South In position to i argaln Books :Records .
H i "'or electoral votes fori" 11IjMs Mre
Van Der Veer Music Center H. IUFF ?;.;;, concessions. or

: T.h ufsdU' t Jong & Story Shop RUBBER STAMPS _
.. There are about Itl00differeklode .
.u UK M.. S.. Nap1G.
Naples Shopping Center Ph. MI 2-6632 of known cactus pl.t: 'a -.. *,. '

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Women's News From Kiwanis Views Tuesday, January 14, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS :3MRS.

Group To Observe _J5 : Film, Sets Date

25th AnniversarySunday County RecordsMARRIAGE With Milton Link

January 19, 1964 "West of Key West," a film
marks the 25th Anniversary the \ LICENSES made on and around Dry Tortu. r
Woman's of January 41 Clarence Morgan gas showing fishing skin j.1
Society Christian Ser. diving
vice of the First Methodist i \ Cullatte and Mar Roberta D>'. and bird watching activities possible
Church. //i In the area was shown to
J anuar51: Quinton Edward Klwanlans last at
Plans for a series Introducing meeting night
three spiritual classics on Vardeneer and Gladys D. Corp. I j jer Baronl's.
"Christian Perfection" an. Program Chairman Bob Ma. 4,
nounced by Mrs.AltonRlddleber.ger Januan 8j Jackie James Cor. cauley, announced that H. MUten

local secretary Mission zlne and Doris Marie Horn. Link, a candidate for city. mayor

ary Education, will start with a January Hi$ John Wesle) Briggs In the February' election wUl
colored film on the "Life of and Barbara Elizabeth Page. speak at next Mondays meet.

John Wesley" to be shown Sun. log Mac ul.) said other candl.
day night at the church.On # L.DOCKET ,dates have been Invited to speak
January 2 Chas F. McCurdy
; before the election
Tuesday, January 21, a ,1Lr versus The Arnn Corporation of
"Day of Retreat" will be heldat .:. a.. Collier Count complaint on < Inter club chairman Chuck
the Seagate club house, start. : Vodoplch amounted that the Cape
ing at 10 a.m. under the direc. ,j;: note. |Coral Club will send members

tion of Mrs. Junior E. Avers January 7.JamesLarryclarkversus to next MondJ 'il meeting to par of
peter Terrell Wf5t kp I t tlcipate: in
district secretary of Spiritual ; ,' ail inter.ilub affair
Life .. auto negligence Phil Brwlkvu ,'hoenMuanljui
of Bradenton
b. Jamiarx 10 R.W. Metts \er.
Kemp, district of fit. of the "enlllg.Pollution .
secretary promotion 'j ,
apv sus Leonard J. UrbansU et
from Arcadia, will ac. .' l
company her. Mrs. Avers' sub. Januan 10 Naples Service Chief

Ject In this series will be the and Suppl Co., versus Frontier

Ion."Spiritual" Life of Francois Fene. j < '. Equipment, Inc., Judgment

Cancer Cause
On Sunday evening, January 26, ;.. tt ., CH.CERDOCKET ,
Rev. Harry Parham will continuethe : January 2 Frank K. Albertk's
'Life of John Wesley" and .. l.J: '1"'I'i' Andrew Preston Burnett et Scientist SaysDVESSELDOitF
'' "
i on Monday morning, January 27, '' { "f.t .' U Bill to quiet title.
at 9:30 a.rn at the regular 5 : Januar 3 Fred M, Decker German
Woman's Society of Christian ; I (CAP)-A German scientist USa
/s Beatrice J. Hill, nee Decker,
Service general meeting, Mrs.H. detailed study soon to le ,
# o amend separation agreement. I
B. Barnes and Mrs. 11. B. '4'' 'lj. January' 6 Harold F. Conrad published will prove that air
King will give the "SpiritualLife : .,iii pollution-not smoking-Is the
It ux vs John W. Landrum, et al,
of Evelyn Underhill" chief' cause of lung cancer
nortgage foreclosure.
The Is .., Prof. Keinhard poche of the
public Invited to attend January 6 Joyce Margaret WF.8LEDRIGGS
any or all sessions. Duesseldorf Medical Acatoni
McGill versus Edwin McGUl dl. I
I ; ,
said the studIs !based on find

orce.January 8 Grace Hinds ver. togs from seven pathological In. Page Briaas
Circus ProceedsFor stltutes In the Steel-producing
ius Thomas Gene Hinds non.
Ruhr State of North l Rhine
support Miss Barbara Page became the as bridesmaid while J.W.

January 10 C. J. Jones Lum. Westphalia Drlgvjs, father of the ,
Erection Of "On the basis of our examuia\ bride of Wesley Briggs at 4 groom
:t, ber Co., Inc., versus WilliamM. lions covering many years I o'cUxk Saturday afternoon In was the best man. Only members -
Quavle et al fore
,. to state that the the office of Richard M. of the Immediate family
VFW Post Home ... '; .' ,J... : closure am obligated Judge
I" Importance of smoking. In can** Stanley She was attended by were present. Judge Stanley

Hoxle Brothers three.rlng clr. : .,..;., .' inC lung cancer Is certainly' nut her sister, Miss Marlgene Page used the double ring ceremony.
l 1I Ohioans Visit
cus which comes to Naples for .' ;'" : ;1>' 1 as great as has been suggest. ,< Following the wedding, the
. a ed he said lit Interview bride's and
two performances Saturday, Jan. ---- --- Naples Relatives an Church Women parents Mr. Mrs.

uary 18, will show on U.S. 41 MRS. RONALD LEE HOWELL Monday George Page North Broad Avenue
James B. Phelan and Mrs. Gather Friday
Poche said the institutes earn
east Naples opposite the Naples were hosts at I reception
Gas Co. Instead of on U.S. 41 > Larry Grow, both of Versailles, amined 1,229 cases of acute For Devotional In the Naples Woman's Club.
Ohio, nephew and niece of Mr.
Fitsch HowellMiss lung canter during the past five
north of town, as previously an. and Mrs. Walter Phelan, have years and also analyzed more Tim treat In the series of wwk.. For the wedding the bride

nounced. been recent visitors to Naples. than 26,000 official autopsy reports ly 30-mlHulo di'volloiiAlm-rvlrt'S, chose a white silk brocade suit
Performances will be at 2p.m. Lorraine Ann Fitsch of honor, wore a gown of pink reception was held at the The Ohioans divided their time filed since 1J08. sponsored! br tin Naples' Cuunc and canted a bridal bouquet

and 8 p.m. and are under the of Naples and Airman Ronald satin and she also carried pink Amelia Earhart Hotel in Wels- between the Phelans at 674 11th Poche said the highest rate of United Church Women\ will of white carnations and sweet-

sponsorship of the local VFW Lee Howell were united in marriage and white carnations. baden, after which the bridal Street, North, and with their of lung cancer was among peo be hold 1 I- rlda)' at 10 a.III. In heart roses. The bridesmaidalso
Proceeds from the circus
post.will be used for the erectionof at Hainerberg Chapel The mother of the bride wore couple feft for a wedding trip grandmother, Mrs. James H. pie particularly exposed to car the liunkin chapel of the First wore a white silk knee-

a home for Naples Post 8089, Wetsbaden, Germany,Saturday, a royal blue sheath dress with to Switzerland. Magoteaux, of 638:) Third Avenue, exhausts, Including traveling Presbyterian) Church. length dress and carried a bouquet -

according to Donald Gillespie, January 11. The ceremony was | small pastel mink collar and Out-of-town guests Included South. salesmen, traffic policemen and All church women are invited of white carnations and
to attend this serviceTheaeries
commander of the post. performed by Father Frank Gil- mink hat. She carried a white friends and relatives from Mrs. Grow with her two child other people who spend much of pink roses.A .
ren David and Timothy have time the prater Is III pro
The building will be construct. christ in a double ring cere- orchid pinned to her beaded Metz, Nice Paris and Mull- been, visiting In Naples ,since Office on workers roads. and other paratlon for the World Da)' of three tiered cake surrounded -
ed on a one and one.half acre house. The bride's white tulle
mony. purse. mother from before Christmas, and visitor people least exposed to pollutedair Prayer February 14. Friday'sservice by gardenias on
plot of land donated to the post The bride is the daughter of David Kayser served as best Naples was present as was herman Phelan, a December graduate I had the'lowest rate of lung:; will be led by Mrs cloth decorated the bride's tableat

for that purpose by Philip N. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Fitsch aunt, Mrs. Eugene Kuntz from of Kent State University, arrivedby cancer, although these were''Jay Abbott of the Emmanuel Lu. the reception.

Keyes of Naples of on the north. of Gulf Shore Drive, Vander- Following the wedding a West Hoi ywood. plane last week. known to be among the heavl\ theran Church. Miss Barbara Olskey was in
east corner Naples Heights
bllt Beach Naples. The groomIs est smokers, poche said. charge of the bride's guest
Acres Subdivision located
one Buried
9 In
and one fourtn miles north of the son of Mr. and Mrs. The professor Is a nonsmok Boy, book. Miss Nancy Allendorf and

Goodlette Road on the Airport Edward Howell of Garden a ; fi hM ere Snowbank Rescued Miss Lola (Uni) Weston assisted -

Road, North. Grove. Calif. EPIIRATA, Pa. (AP) A 8. with the wedding cake,
The circus Includes high wire The bride was given in mar Jane wcs :year.old toy was rescued Moii. while the Misses Rita Martinez

acts, wild animals,acrobats,turn riage by Sgt. Louis Mayo in Ad Named To Board day night from a flve.foot snow and Loma'I'ownsend were

biers, clowns brilliantly cos. the absence of the bride's father 1 j bank in which he had been bur. In charge of the punch table.

turned spectacles, trick riding T rI TALLAHASSEE Secretary :led for several hours. Following the reception the

and a tribe of full blooded In. For her wedding the bride of State Tom Adams has announced The boy, Reed Gehr of Eph couple left Lf far a wedding,rtrlp

I dians. an; i 1 'chose-'a white' satin gown with the re-commisslonl.'i rat\was ,reported In.. sattstawlory to MJirni. For trayajlft t, the
The horse lets will feature bell-shaped skin with a center I wf of' Jane Hawes Lee 20' 14th: 1! -
Evl Kroley In a traditional bare. Avenue South, Naples, as a 'where he was being treated for
panel of white satin scallops. linen sheath with accessoriesin
back act. A western type riding member of the Co:Her xi>osure.
full Illusion veil
English be home
black. will ar
act with Tex Allen is included Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. They
was held with a crown of seed Library Board 651 llth. Avenue South after
with trick riding and Roman rU Arthur Gehr, said he left home ar

ding champions.To pearls lace and orange blos- "Stop" ..Sign Mean STOP. i about C43| p.m., to shovel miow. January 20.
supplement the Hollywood soms. She carried a bouquetof

aerial ballet, Pamela Gehurek pink and white carnations

will appear In one ring in a centered by a white orchid.

high "cloud swing" routine whilein Mrs. Katharine Mayo matron
the other end of the arena V

Miss Greta will perform on a

single trapeze, climaxing her HarrisonFuneral
t tJ
exlbltlon with a drop catch by services for Fred B.

her heels. In a different kind Harrison, 75, of the GenJ.Lee

of high act, the "Flying Nel. Trailer Park, Naples, who died T
sons"* perform on the flying tra. at his home early yesterday

peze. morning will be held at Indiana
As a contrast to the snarling pulls, Ind.Members of the funeral I

animals of Capt. Batty, "Dime party left for Indiana today Arrangements .

Wilson" and his trained dogs were In charge of the '-.,.,
are on hand for animal lovers, Richard A. Pittman Funeral
along with the herd of Hoxle Home

elephants, handled by Lucy RU Harrison had been a residentof

chards. Naples for the past three

The Reneaus will combine years, having moved here from
thrills and comedy In their ex. Indiana where he had been sales R
(dp wool{ Mflde"
lar. ; ; fvridnfj (:oojwolae ; ce
hibltlon of leaps over the manager for many years for a I

gest of the Hoxle elephants witha road construction machinery --- --..- -. -,-.--- -----
QOC&lOit.lit' v\JopQe\ C "> ctorrCijon( { (the JuQb
score of clowns on hand for company. He was a native of \ | ,

fun-making, Woodstock, Ont., Canada. SUCCESS of the 'White Elephant Sale" Schick, contest chairman; and landing .

He was a member of Masonic scheduled for Friday February 28, and (l-r) are Mrs Otto Kress, chairmanof
Lodge of Indianapolis and the
sponsored annually by the Naples the receiving station Mrj Francis
Everglades First Methodist Church of that ;
Furnished Villa Model
city. Community Hospital, depends in a Ford, chairman of the "check out girls" by

Council Shifts He is survived by two sons, large measure on 'his quartet of work during the sale; and Mrs G L. Cline, Holland Salley
Fred B. Harrison Jr. of Golf
OPEN 9:30-6 00 DailyI:00.6A0 .
111., and Robert Harrison of Park ing members. Seated is Mrs F. W chairman of posters (NEWS photo)

DatesThe Ridge, 111., and three grand. I : Sunday
Meeting children, Patricia Katherine and SPRINGFIELD. M>. (AH) NOW
could go and stretched his feet,, vtomen in ih. Assemblies of GvxJ
H all of Park Gronouski Head
Robert R. Ridge
Everglades City Council in the one and only pair o f Church are collecting canceled
has changed its meeting dates black scuffed shoes
-onto the 1 .
to rant
postage stamps
from the first and third Tuesdayof McGrath Of Post Office top of his desk. fund for restoring the library. of'
each month to the first and Picking up his curved pipe
,, t-cclciU Bible Institute in Hong
third Wednesday, effective 1m. Mrs. Jane Lupher McGrath, he tilled it with tobacco from i' Kong. So (they've nticdabout Open at CYZi ht

mediately.B. resident of Naples for the past Likes New BossBy commercial pouch and tamped J I noo( ) __'_

E. Gideon, city clerk, said 10 years, passed away at her JOSEPH E. MOHBAT It with a thumb. Sucking on *i More than :3,000 American
the next meeting will be held cough drop in anticipation of
Wednesday January 13 at 7:30 home early Tuesday morning. WASHINGTON (AP) When are !being kept alive todabi
laryngitis John Gronouskl
2630 Lantern Lane. talks with re.
p.m. In City Hall. President Johnson fleeted on his new life electronic pacemakers In run
of 6 9
She was a native Postmaster General John A.
The new meeting dates will remain In "I'm having a lot of fun. I'venjoyed e i, where the patients own heartbeats p.m. p.m.
in effect until further notice. caster, Ohio, and lived most i G ronou ski about frugality the this
job ,
of her life in Columbus, Ohio. nation's postal system, he's > are undependable, sperU*
Don't Be A Litterbin A member of TrinityBy talking with a man who owns no serloui|I late In this new medical field
headaches-and I wouldn't have
only one pair of shoes We Invite You
estimatea EspeciallyTo
the-Cove Eplsocopal Church And the Cabinet officer who taken the Job If there weren't a ,
she is survived by her husbandW. hasn't bothered to buy another few small ones. The) could da)-said hea getting the

WesternAwfo Thomas McGraih: ,prominent pair didn't bother to buy a tux have given It to a clerk If there knack of it now.
Naples photographers one edo until he had been In Wash were no headaches at all." He had unstinting praise for Drop By At Sunset Time

daughter, Lynn Outhwalte ington for several weeks Gronouskl master of nearly President Johnson. "I've had ;1
of Webber Babson for cocktail he 590,000 emplo)IS, commanding .onderful relations with him
CO'lege, A parties, re. :'
a pay roll of nearl S10 million and respect him very} much." For The Most Beautiful ;
Park,FU.;one son,Peter Outh gards them in a way that should Sight
; waits Oglethorpe University, delight the President who

< > Atlanta Ga.; one sister, Mrs. thinks there are better way s for

OiscoijttiffoiiJWlf Henry R. Lanman. Same Fe, government people to spend In The World
New Mexico; and her father, their limit "The) 're the su. ;
preme form of ielWorture anda
Morton S.Lupher,of Columbus ,
( waste of time besides" VIEW
lie Is very happ working tor pY
Funeral services wll: beheld Johnson and being postmaster .1

Thursday at 2 pjn. at Trinity general, a task he regards as KIT NENSTNOUONrtUL ; .
By The Cove Episcopal "the best Job I ever had." #

lAii Church with service conducted Gronouski, 44, has been in of FOOD .,

by the Rev. Richard T. flee since Sept. 30, when he be. PEACEFUL DINING .\ e
Lambert, Interment will be ;'came president John F. Kenne. QUAINT CHARM AMf t

Starts held later in the north dy's last Cabinet appointment. ta72 till: D
Friends may make memorial At first bewildered b)' the

donations to their favorite magnitude of the new Job, Cro.nou.U NRDIeaCMCM .
now rc.ard the post Of.
charity. flee Department as home And .
DINITER J:30 to 9
Plttman Funeral Home is in
he looked the part as he was In. 't
charge of arrangements UnUvrtd In his vast, welUap. Exception 1\nsd.y Caroline Downing Ken Schryver George Guy
pointed ofilr Wine '. MJchelob on Tap
---- Popular Sales Staff
1 ..rnwr* of America use more The former Wisconsin taxeommlMioner at CrayUn Cove .
Uth Avenue south Ph. MI 2-7272 P. O. Box 56Methodist
petroleum than those .in my other tiltl hi* grew

t-"tedSstes: imiuitry ]leather rhalr as far back as it

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I ': Mail Now for an Early Refund Letters Are EnlighteningBy

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.. "','. v>me of you have to lose.
TUESDAY JANUARY 14, 1964 '. .'..:, ,' NEW YORK (AP)-Thtnss a Japan, which lost the War ,

columnist might never know it finding peace pretty wonJeiVA
he didn't open his mall survey disclosed 91 per cad
The average person speaks of Japanese families had t ",
about 25,000 words a day. That ision sets, 70 per cent hid
Libelous Rumors
Halt To
Time To Call A doesn't Include the telephone electric washing machines, a

conversations of teen-agera. per cent had electric retrl ,rj.

Who steals my purse steals trash; current campaign for city council seats The parakeet can consume tors, and 60 per cent owned

done about it in the past. nearly 100 times Its own weightin cameras.On .
Nothing was
'tis something, nothing; food each year. the other hand, in Eat
'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been but certainly some action should be takento 0 The world's heartiest eatersare Germany a woman must snot

slave to thousands stop this vicious practice. the Irish. According to a marriage license in order to
would be libel Nations figures, they buy white shoes. The Comma
it a United
As regrettable as
But he that filches from me my put down 3,500 calories a day fists decreed that only Intended

good name suit will very likely be necessary before each, compared to 3.100calor1eS brides can buy white shots

Robs me of that which not enriches some local residents cease and desist for Americans.No which are in short supply be.
that obviouslyare man, not even a genius cause leather dyes and
him from making statements begins to tap the full potentialof bleaches must be Imported from

And makes me poor indeed." not true. Why some intelligent people: his brain. It has been estimated capitalist countries.It .

Those words of William Shakespeare accept them without the slightest proofof that the human mind has been found that tint
several hundred about a third faster whtnyou're
could store passes
well be pondered in this, and veracity is a matter for concern,
might memories an hour for a life. working than when

future, political elections in Naples and for in many instances they pass along the time of 75 years and never you're loafing.

unfounded rumor. Whether It Is a crav % show the strain. I forget whereI Last year the cost of a gallon
Collier County
learned this. of gasoline averaged more thin
We but with City Coun ing /for attention at a cocktail gathering, r
i cannot agree The suicide ratio Is twice as 30 cents including 10.23 cents

cilman Carl Hoffmann, whose letter to hale of the candidata or just somethingto high In Japan Hungary, Den. in taxes. The price 20 years ago

the editor appears elsewhere on this pass the time that causes people to mark and Sweden as in the averaged 20,43 cents a gallon,
cents In
Including 5.97 taxes.
United States.
page, that it has become customary in do this is a mystery. It is also pitiful. I Our quotable notables: "The The American Humane Asso.

local political campaigns to use the truth It is to be hoped that the practice of ft ,dtl' : ; best way to get on in the worldIs elation reports 26,793 animals
believe it's In movies or on idles,
to make people appeared
and statements
untrue ? : ,
and the exces making vicious
vicious rumor
lightly t ; 1t 4 to their advantage to help you"Jean Ision last year. In 1950 only

sively, concerning candidates will cease or s t i/h. : I Ii ',.' ..... de la Bruyere. 5,300 appeared on camera.

These tactics have been used in sew that someone will have the Intestinal" l / : Vi; 4'J> : J ;. .','.:.': Single girls here's your prob. It was Oscar Wilde who ob
libel suit ':;J1. \ irt : : \ tJEtc1L'ETTERS. .. ,\ lam In finding a mate during served, "The only thing to to
eral past city and county political races fortitude to initiate a s'l:',' .:: the present Leap Years There' with good advice is to pas It

and, apparently, will be repeated in theQuestionable ;Y'. ;, l.:1:!!: : (7'J' ( are 21/2 million fewer men than on; It Is never of any use to

II RemedyNo ; ; ;; ;:. : /;: ;: : '.: tj.iJ1\\:; ::; : .:.:.... .: :'." :. :: ..;:, '.:' :; ,: .. .,:;,;'Ii1f1; women. In this country so oneself." .P

!!;.;,!);.V\lt"\ \\ ) \:'; ';;', ..t'j,, fI r. :

one with good sense minimizesthe make it harder for Americans to competein '\ x. "')f ?J,5: .i 'iJ O:! ,;{I ''Jf' i';i9: '

unemployment problem, which has domestic and world markets. Moreover .

been a sore spot for years and threatensto it is a retreat from the fuller use .' '. ':r-\\: ::;. ': '" .. .. .., ; :: .::? tf.:; : _d 1 TODAY IN WASHINGTONBY

become worse But some of the pro of our materials, manpower and productive -

posed solutions would, in all probability, facilities when poverty remains a THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

result in graver problems still. crucial challenge in large sections of our I I
has poured additional men art
found the of own and even larger sections of s
One is in position major country Washington (AP- In the military equipment Into Cuba

labor groups. To quote the New York Asia, Africa and Latin America," .... news from Washington: Sen. Kenneth B. Keatlnr, R.

Times which certainly cannot be called To impose new and higher costs on \-. rr'r SPACE: Four Canadian sel.I N.Y., said he had also received

't ..,.. EDUCATION m 1 nos teal JUU"I "_ f or th Pat un.rkllln'1 entlflc satellites designed to reports of a new Soviet person
antilabor: "Thus far labor's only basic our production machinery, at a time I"" Editor, Collier County News an alarming rate, but we are study the ionosphere will bet nel buildup. But he said he had

remedy for unemployment is the synthetic when competition for markets and con- For several decades, parentsof Ignoring automation's impllcl t fired Into polar orbits from Cal: nut been able to check them and ..'
one of a 35-hour work week to sumer acceptance grows more and more high school and college gra.. warning that unless we formu. Ifornia's Pacific Missile Range added that they "deal entlrel)
duates have been asking why it late, establish a sufficient number .. between 1965 and 1970. with personnel, not weapons."
be established through Federal legisla intense, would be to invite the worst Editor Collier County News is impossible for their son tonne of trade schools for tin i Plans for launchlngs were In.

tion such a cut in work schedules sort of troubles. And it would invite We are now facing another election employment. The answer army of new workers our economic .. eluded In an agreement an. PAY ROLL CUTBACK Ncir. "
less and civic-minded men is that he Is Unskilled structure will suffer.col. nounced today by the Can dlan ly 6,000 Jobs have been eliminal.
would drive costs and thus not unemployment,
merely more
up and women have presented their In the various trades. lapse, because of an acute shortage .. Defense Research Board andS ed from the Federal pay roll for
candidates the Looking at the want ads we find of skilled whlli the National Aeronautics and the next two years the White
names as to citIzens workers
> ,.. '.
11' : :"} :.JIIIIIJ ]!;IB! that only skilled, qualified Administration. House
of Naples volunteeringtheir simultaneously squandering bit. Space reports.
workers need apply. Press aide Andrew Hatcher
lions annually: on foreign aid
services If elected. ThisIs
The mere fact that the young morn billions to help support I JFK LIBRARY Members of said Monday that the heads of 47
: = In Itself an act of com man has a college diploma does great numbers of unemployed,, John F. Kennedy's family have departments and agencies have

HHHHn- munity service and Involves not qualify him for the position The glaring fact Is that out, launched a campaign for $8 mil. chopped 3,291 government jolts
II sacrifices It should not be of a tradesman. If the young whole educational system Is i.i lion in public contributions to for the fiscal year ending June

rewarded by reckless statements man had spent three years in conglomeration of lethargy com. build a library to house the later 30, and an additional 2,708 for

OPINION made by some citizens, an apprentice shop learning a placency, ineptitude and lack oj I president's papers. the fiscal year ending June 30, i.
u. who, for one reason or another trade Instead of in college he direction from the mediocre t te> Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy 1965.
fr fr feel do would have no difficulty finding told a news conference Mondaythat
they not want a given the exalted: echelons of our edu
J Individual elected. : employment, earning $8,000 a catlonal: society. $2 million of the necessary WHEAT: Undersecretary of \

lZ'r:4JliiitL ; How It Happens : > In mt case 'some'very' sir* ,year,, and fIJOrll"as an,/auto. me. It is also true that the averagstiracnt ., $10 ,roUllofr had 1 J,ready. been'Commerce ,f cnHn .D, ,Jloosp. ,
#J iijance I. tour and Wholly lmr'ue !, chef, butcher TV re. in .a trade school 01. pledged = $1 million from the ''veilJr< expects the Soviet L'n.
Whenever there are dishes or chores to Tell some people you can't get along palrman etc. The regrettable college Is little Interested in a c., Joseph P. Kennedy Jr, Founda. ion to buy considerably more
without them and before long you can'tKet were made when reported fact is that do not"want
parents tlon $1 million from other than the 150 million bushels of
education. Insteadhe
be done, most husbands go far beyond the quiring an ,, o.d
with them. to me 1 quickly responded by their btt
call of duty, along son to a tradesman. devotes his energy efforts U.S. wheat for which It Is now
'. -TeaKINN/TTSQVARE: (PA.) News -THE: SAYVIIXC: (N.Y.) SUFFOLK advising the parties alleged to Beneath the dignity of the family, talent (If any) to athletics sportIng ,>, Kennedy selected the site negotiating. i
AND ADVERTISER COUNTY NEWS have made the statements that you know events. He dreams constant!]r across Boston's Charles River Roosevelt said Monday night '
1 would commence suit at once At no time in history has the of becoming another Mantle 01 from his alma mater, Harvard that Russia may be in the mar.
unless the record was set problem of a tradesman educa. Drysdale. Has visions of receiving .., University about one month ket for American wheat for a

straight tlon l been more urgent than now. a bonus of $100,000 dancing, before he was assassinated In year or longer. lie attributedthe

Too Much, Too Late Perseverance Plus To those persons given to making Never has it been, so painfully before his eyes. In short, the;, Dallas last Nov. 22. Harvard do. Soviet Union's wheat need

It at first you don't succeed, try, try reckless and unfounded clear that as time advances we. modern student attends college, nated the land. to fundamental defects In Its
t Why can't problems hit us when we're a grin. statements about the back- are not approaching, realls.tlcally not to get an education, but tc t I agriculture system rather

17 and know everything? -THE LrmcsTON (MONT) PARK grounds of candidates they do this vital problem. More play perpetually have fun and I I CUBA: A spokesman for Sen. than the failure of one year's
Tm: HlOhAU (FLA.) Hone: News COUNTY NEWS than a million jobs are waiting entertainment.Why Thomas J, Dodd, D-Conn., says crops.
not happen to favor I would now for those capable of filling the senator has received interviewed on
Is this so? For one thing,, re. Roosevelt was
t advise the careful weighing of them, and yet we have over I from and "From
the so-called sports are not whal:: ports refugees other the ABC radio program
their words being sure they three million unemployed. Our the appellation Implies but big:; sources that the Soviet; Union the Capitol."

1 are speaking fact and not fic- own government compelled to business. All the well.knownclubs l i in'Tiit""ffiiitiii1lTi lMlliiat1illHiii:jam_I _; _....."':':"' :,,: ....."" .,.

I F others say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS tion. To the candidates 1 would brains reach! out to Europe to operate for and the compete, out bid each other, lI .. jm..r.1: :Wk :. ., J_ l
i advise If their character Is for the services of a qualified: I
f being maligned to commence direct the vast missile-rocket player, yet the student is nol

inn,nrii \T ('N,1TTER; TOMATO TAm! :D GOOD OLD JOHN Q. suit at once diversified programs. as Will they our are industries be com., deserving of criticism. It is the, Junior Editors Quiz one -
1 write this letter because of society in which he lives that
Maybe Americans are more
I AH llmir l boon to itimikuHin A RutBfii University tclenfUtromplnlnn \! pelled to emulate the govern. has created this situation for th r
honest than they are popularly my great devotion to the city
HIT ward llni aulnmilir rlrVrttoin (hat "most tomatoes benefit of nobody.
credited with being and I want Its politics to TEETHA
HIT trine' wirHn .av ire tasteless because thev re For years our eminent educators .
Or It could be they have been the
highest level possible In our society the unskilled
for size and looks the
E There, .a alinci'Ihrr 'Inn mm'h talk' flavor" Ills ref>enirh Into fortified against temptation by and Its government to have dignity person Is relegated to the very Improvement of our educational 8

lhr o days. 1111)11), and-starting DM Mndwlrh and salad field concluded Knowledge: \ of those electronic see-afl,brainspossessed find- respect and efficiency bottom of the economic ladder system to the point of chaos, QA c

with the m-orrird telephone tr/ iwiTlptlon thai lodiys tomatoes area all, know.all This can only be obtained by and, due to the population ex. No one seems to know nor care
the Income tax
( -noihinc It more ruling pretty ulctil lined up In 1'1' cornering the Irresponsible and plosion as demographers preferto where to begin and what lmprovements DO
Ihitn mMmnuiil volt:. rtink! people them call It, more than a millionnew to make.
H and the on the supetmarkit giving their Just deserts.
At t rate, a good report out invad-
any workers are
Betide, ctWriinK the rlc\Mor% in shelf and 1 lurked In acetate fine bill CarlO, Hoffmann Adolph Kopen
of Atlanta gives a mighty
the labor market annually.
e\rlniormnc In at nil \\,,,'k m a dim ing Naples, Fla.
of health to good old hard premed Naples Fla. Admittedly automation has ell.Here's .
goat timi lit it'mum mlcnt By eoniitixl, (he fashioned John Q. Out of 7,000,000 only one .. ,
belter Thought rrlnnuil In. HUM gin 'IKHIIS ate" tomato MM often lopsided with was found guilty of fraud serious ,. '\: :' : J: :;;:. :: :t::: /f :d(':
fplotchoH of rccIA4
yellow or grren here enough for prosecution!
In ram' tin iiionwu 11111'I H Knnd0IIf'
and (here Sometime there
weieern According to the IRS and III robot .
...00I mil' l\m a Comedy Corner
i sum ihUnl" \ which had be
upon 'to 10- moM errors were honest In
veil .ulnnd' hi pihMlix in )rwnallots mmedlim diced\ the moorIn -. the taxpayer wu
some instances I An EASY PUZZLE I
will a hidden hII"'II'I' in IU
of mindiv often squirimiJuke guilt onlv of bad Judgment gAt30NT0
the Il-Mtlor! wall IIHIIII| '|'. Idlllll O A
", and seed over the kitchenttiryon \ Johnson City iTenn) PresiChronMl a
think II c<'ui). in mum m "l I III : .
to his
own taste, of ,
uri rnoii.li tor l \,MI' eoui' o-but the old tomato did Ifere't the Answer
I Beast of Burden
If II IN .. In'11' x ii tttii' (in' miIniK I
linvo one mixing pare: II tasted I t71ND p
ihr iHlilr, linHun wotgK
"eddy, like n tomato.-Dalhs: :Morning H vw a ,
1 Depicted: small 1\\ands N v w I

I Of Hope Charity and FaithThe (donkey Relatives 2 muse Ailronomy w w O W v l

13 Sign of zodiac 3 Tear Q,N y I I .
14 Treachery Anent N
15 Light touch 9 Greek mount a N
posloffice out in Hope Besides, it's conveniently located Blacksmith 6 Creek portico N a w
Angered v
Arkansas i is venerable building downtown, and the proposed new Musical direction a Withered 0

but considered adequate enough by 19 Atop 8 Tantalum 24 Motion picture 1( Boys
its 8.399 icsidrnt to serve their postoffice would be two blocks Processions (symbol) ::< Scamp: 4S Two preflx) QUESTION: Why do we have different sizes and
away from the business! : district. Transpose: 10 Worm 93 Fries tightly I 4G Girl's name: shapes of teeth?
reeds (ab.) 11' Decayed 34 I Mountainous, 4 J Strike gently
An unusual situation has de- 'Theie arc thousands of towns 23 Pleasant: 12 Trapped 38 Fondle SI Mongoloid .
25Allonqlllal11 Hour (ab) 37 Chess piece: : S3 Court (ab,)
eloped, though, since the Federal like us: throughout America'1 I Indian 20 Hashers Delicacy: S3 :Magnesiumsmbol ANSWER: Our teeth art extremely Important to us because,

Government proposed to build a Washburn noted, 'pjosperous 57 Spoke 21: I iWo frugal:! 43 State ( ) unlike many animals, we don't hallow our food whole, but
"I 1 can't come out tonight.
must It for
prepare digesting
new $300,000 postoffice for Hope.There's enough but without I t material 29 St North Shoe part Dakota I Z ) 1 1 S 0 1 y j IQ ''I 'Z' Butch; gotta help dad We eat many different kinds of food chewing; think and of breaking the difference It up.

a regulation somewhere change To replace all their post. tab,) I) with hit Income tax!" between a piece chicken and> a hard nut our teeth are of

that postoffices should be replaced offices aimplv because some non- 30 It -used In OJ I .. different kinds so they can grind the different kinds of food
every 50 )'ears, according to the elective official invokes a 50-\ear 31 mountains Measure of IS I. L 1 6 ", ,W: i:$; [:tb':':', for u*.

word handed down to the people rule is to ask for this very attackI cloth I'' Q : : II n.i picture shows the four types of teeth we use (A), or
Incisors are used to bile oft pieces of
1 in Hope 32 Master of food-you can think oftheir
am making COLLIER COUNTY NEWS action
ceremoniesab S I as being like the cutting of shean. Four Wong.
But Alex H. Washbum. editor The little Arkansas town may ( ,) Published dally, ..cepl Monde, pointed teeth, the canines (B), are useful in cutting rood IMO

i and publisher of the Hope Star.is not go along with his contention, Identical a 6 and County: the Publ"hin tternoon CoIne b.]v smaller pieces and are often compared to the pointed tines of
3) It Ii lea Collier {
leading an effort to gain! 200C although only last October it turned animal a ., SO ,. W Twelfth Street. South, Na.: a fork (Q.) the bicuspids, are wider but have pointed chewing

names on a petition to lei! tile down $250000 in Federal funds fora 31 Wing-shaped & Bin' USTelephone Fla, JJWO Mad.ddreis P. 0 done surfaces grinding food roughly A smoother Ihrtdd1nl Job Is
it ) by the molars (D), which can be
39 Dash 11107 for 01d.pert..nU. I comparedIto: mill stales
government it keep its new Met'chants' Midway
can paving project groups 40 Preposition --' which grind grain Into Hour Our teeth are wonderfully arranged -
postoffice. favor the new postoffice 41 Burned with u >i 1 Ratty to process the food from front to .TmafcJfljill.

I Why this spurning of Federal We'll soon know whether Hope hot water )I) y, e rrl Subscription.r er malt payable I I..d..nc. Ii I smaller all the time. We need all our ttelh-u excellent

largesse? Washburn holds J the believes In shouldering its own responsibilities 47 State""Smallest I .. argument for t.aktnl.ood care of them
(ab) 'ill tI ri ''ti 'i4t On. V." 115, Sm Month $7 SOThr .
heretical theory that the ancient instead of looking to 41 Tilt ?; rfI 11 .. Month $3,7S,
80 Pro/It .", "r .f The Aoeltd Pests TO DO: FoUow what happen
three-story building shouldn't be Washington for charity an at. 81 Limb 10 '19. 51) u which i* *ntitl.d .>cluiv.ly lo thiu ; nut tat a sandwich or a dish of lee cream. TwluTdtttoovtr

torn down and replaced as long as titude which ought to inspire in 82 Made Into law S) 51 now*. lor II..ropublicotion* printed In thi of* all paper boos.1(: that your tooth factory bas a remarkably AllJJ foremanI .

it's able to handle the job efficiently. the rest of us a greater faith in 84 Crush well ..11/ AP now* ditpatch*. your tongue, which guides .ry1t\IrC &round 10 that the teeth
86 Hunting dog )1 Entorod .* Mcond el..a matter .I can g0 to wort,
"" help. 87 Feed cattle the Peat Office .t Naples Florida
under Act .f March t, IMt

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Tuesday, January 14. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
Duplicate Club

Florida Lutherans Frankovich Has

Lead Other StatesIn
= iP. k 1 Had Many JobsIn
Again Breaks AllAttendanceMarks 'Giving' LevelDr.

Harland D. Fague. pas-
FI tor of Emmanuel Lutheran Movie Career

__ v : Church says that members of HOLLYWOOD (AP) Forty

/ Florida's I ninety Lutheran years ago a Los Angel boy
Churches In American congregations used to be taken by his fatherto
Attendance at the Naples Dup- east-west teams had the superior led their national body do Boulevard.gymnastics on Santa MonIca -

r licate Bridge Club game Fri hands in point count, but r in giving in 19t2 accordingto One day they got the attention
day night reached a new high that many of the hands were figures just released by the they were seeking Douglas
; for this year. A total of 21] extremely tricky" causing .4 Lt church's Commission on Ste- Fairbanks saw the boy and
I tables participated. quite a few doubled contractsto wardship. Per capita giving hired him to teach tumbling to
Carter Har rail l divided the play be played and many others for all purposes totaled $139. Doug Jr. The youthful coach
Into two sections. Section one either to be underbid or over- 31, Of this amount. $46.26 was working out at the movie
consisted of 9 tables playing 2 i bid. went to local expenses, $15. lot when Director Ernst Lu.

boards three at a time. Sec- Section two had an 19 wear: to benevolence purposes blush tabbed him to play a
tion two with 12 tables play- 132 and Mr. and Mrs. Dan .va and $77.86 went Into building choirboy.In "Roslta" with MaryPlckford

ed 24 boards two at a time. Burglund led the north-south p:eg rams. The average That was Mike Frankovlch's

Average score In section one scorers with an outstanding 162 giving among the 6,200 congre- first movie Job. Today he occu.
was 108 and Mrs. Carl Lued- points. This gave them a per- gat lor,s that make up the 3200. pie the office of the late Harry

ders and Mrs. Howard Punches centage play of .614 and per- 000 member Lutheran Churchin Cohn as chief of Columbia Pic.
scored first playing northsouthwith centages above .600 are hardto America was $35.01. lure's worldwide film making.
a comfortable margin at come by. Second. Mr. and T TTTw The thigh level of giving by In the Intervening years Mike
127 points. Second Mr. and Mrs.StanShuart 159-1/2;third. Florida! Churches: reflects the his: done about everything In the
Mrs. CJ. had large lumber of film business from writing se
McMurry 123- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Graham 1" building programs
1/2} third Ben Thorward play- 146; fourth, Mr. and Mrs. ....Jo. ,'t'. In this rapidly growing rills to acting as bodyguard movie forJ.
Ing with Ted Thorward. 122 __ s\nod. At the end of 1932 during a
;: Eugene Parker 145-1/2; fifth strike. So It's only natural that
fourth. Mrs. June Haschka and Mrs. Harry Liner and Mrs. only :;1of; the ninety congregations he would slide easily behind the

Mrs. Jeanette Cralge 119;: Frank Otte 140-1/2, sixth, Ed were deb tree. desk he assumed at the first of
fifth Mr. and Mrs.Virgil Waite LaCaonln and Albert Delmar JJ ; Five new congregations were the jear.:
115-1/2; sixth Mr. and Mrs. 139-1/2.; seventh. Mr.and Mrs. organized In 19t>3 and six chur- "I'm optimistic about the film

Mathias Bernard 111-1/2, sev George Smith 12612.EastWestMr A STUDY in marine life will be a project of the set up in the biology laboratory Mrs Henry Hornerc ches were built Nineteen congregations business," he said. "I feel sure

enth. Mr. and Mrs.A.A.Anderson and Mrs. Naples Senior High School Science Club this yearin ( ), president of the Naples Shell Club, and faculty still need their first above we're going to get our heads
unit water :again.
100. building. are
East-West showed Harry Bauer just failed to enter a cooperative effort with the Naples Shell Club advisors Mrs June Bremerman and Carlos F Gum meeting in schoo buildings presently "The problem Is not getting
comparable the
circle with 158
scores with Mr. and Mrs. Sam points for golden a percentage of .599; The Shell Club has donated aquaria which have ben are shown looking over the display (NEWS photo) remodeled house chapels pe doing|,!le that to go now.to movies The main; they're dlffl.

Leader leading again at 127 second and and stores. Sixty-nine have yet .
; Mr. Mrs. George full) Is that pictures cost too
second. Dr. and Mrs. Roy Miller ISO; third Mr.and Mrs. Naples Shell Club Helping Nevada U. Offers to erect their final church sanc darned i much. I'll pay anything

Feemster 121-1/2; third Mr. Myron Boyd 141; fourth Mrs. Course On Making tuary. for a good story, and I don't
and Mrs. Nicholas Van Ant- Katherine Chlrgwln and Mrs. Synod offices are In Tampa. mind paying. the truly creative

werp 115-1/2; fourth Mrs. Hazel Work. 140; fifth. Mr. Science Club In New ProjectThe Income Tax Return The Rev. Royall A. Yount D.D. |Jll'OJI1f1 what they're worth. But
Mamie Tooke and "d b Is the president. some of the others have got to
Mrs. Sara a M n K ennar d Bo11 136 RENO, Nev. (,\p -The Unl
West 114 fith Mr. and i : Stuart and varsity of Nevada evening divl/ make their prices more re ills.
; Mrs. sixth Kosters Ted be
Naples SeniorHtghSchool will on display at the shell faculty advisors
Mrs. June Car Won't Start tic. They've got to share some
F.W. Hopkins 107, and sixth, Hearth 135; seventh Mr and Science Club with a big assist shows and plans are being con- Bremerman and Carlos F.Guln lion Is offering a course In !110\ of the risk with u.."
Mr. and Mrs. John Mac Donald. Mrs. Hugh Macka/. 131-1/2. from the Naples Shell Club sidered to have it a part of will assist the students In the to returns fill out individual Income ta:It Hides To Work On rankovtch; !S3, was: quarter.

104. Guests from the New Englandstates will delve into the mysteriesof the annual school Science Fair. project. The course lasts 10 weeks lUll I i Kiddies'ShetlandBOULDER luck at UCLA. It was there that
There were numerous com- predominated among marine life as a schoo. pro William Co'e. former marine The school Science Club last costs $20. Colo. AH)-NfU lie made his first real plunge
ments by players both east- those who had not played this ject this year. biologist at Rutgers University; year In one of Its projectsclas- The course ends March 24, thor of Mn.,Stnle Noblltt's( two Into film making! acting as
west and north-south that the season. Mr. and Mrs. John H. The Shell Club has providedthe Mrs. Helen Horner presidentof sifted and marked the plantings leaving students three weeks tl'. layer, and technical adviser on
MacDonald came from Spring- students with four aquariaand the Naples Shell Club; and along Fifth Avenue South. complete their forms and nIl e zero weather. She rode the football pictures, lie was aided
l with
his close
field, Mass; Mr. and Mrs. stands which have been set them with the Internal Revenui e three miles to work on a Slot, by relationship
Joe K. Drown.
County Myron Boyd from Manchester up in the schoo, biology labor- Service, Und |n>n>'. "I used to play on Joe's base

New Hampshire, Mr. and Mrs. atory. Members of the Science 56 From This ball team and I was often
Charles Carr Stamford.Conn.j; Club by experimentation In the County uround his house," Mike said
Court Mr. and Mrs.Hugh MacKay from project hope to keep alive var- 't\tnRADlO'; : : I f They'd have me stay with the
Westport, Conn. Larchmont ious mollusca and study their rids when they went on trips
Bonds posted in 12 of the 42 N.Y., was represented by Mr. living habits. Under Watchful Care Once they went to the Orient for
cases heard in County Court and Mrs. Richard Rowland and three months When they came
They expect problems "For By CYNTHIA LOWRY er. But It was hard to makesympathetic i I
Monday morning were ordered ba'k. Joe Jr. cried because he
Bethesda Md., for the second "
example. one student said, AP Telvvtslon-Rad Writer case' for the worn
estreated by Judge Richard M. week In succession, had a representative "we'll have a problem of feed- NEW YORK (AP) CBS'"East because she had d-lDerate I)didn't want me to leave. I
stayed with the Drowns for eight
when defendants failedto Of Parole
Stanley In David Armstrong Commission lied
about working
Ing. Some of these salt water Side, West Sid!' undoubt. off and on.
appear in court. dwellers are carnivorous, and --- - -- -- --- - edly Is one of the most Interest The other aspect of tho pr, ": years The, little boy who cried, by
Nine of the bonds ordered es- Director Harrall stated he was will have to be Isolated in separate Eighteen persons on parole In yoked and the individuals sen. log of this season's new tclevU gram was concerned with the the way, Is now general manag.
treated posted against chargesof deeply appreciative" of the tanks." Collier County were served by tenced. In once case the proba.tloner .', slon series. Along with all Its addicted husband.> The\ program! .r of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
speeding were as follows fact that members and guestsare The feeding habits of others the Fort MVers district officeof has not been apprehendedand I virtues, It also is ono of the simply had to duck any kind 01!
Cesar M. Castro $25; DelbertF. arriving so promptly for will be studied to see which are the Florida Probation and In the fourth the case Is least satisfactory of programs a neatly tied up ending aftoi
Parole Commission during the still pending. to watch.It tossing this many.sldpd mss
Cowan $25, Thompson
the 7:30 time.
p.m. starting compatible and which be
must year 1963 according to JohnW. Warrants were Issued for two Invariably U well acted by Into the air. WesternAufo
$35 Edwin A. Bolton $25
; With the increased
confined to their own species. Madden, district supervisor Collier County parolees durlnf g C the guest performers and the We hit the closing lummer
William Weltz $30; John E. it has not been possible to get The project. It was reported, Parole Is the term used for their period of time, one of whom regular cast, particularly the clal, therefore, without knowing
Yates. $25, Walter J.Richards. off exactly on time but this persons' who serve a portion had his parole revoked and he star, George C. Scott lie playsan whether mama would go t It:
$25; RalphW.Zimmerman$25; last session finished about 11 of their sentence under super was returned to the penal in. idealistic social worker with prison or whether daddy woul
and Donald Freeman $25. o'clock and was unusually smooth Annual Rodeo vision after having served part tltutlon from which he had been such bite and Impatience that he sign himself into a hospital foiUMI

Three others were'against I mall phases'pf bpe/atlori., ? '" < Of their "PRteI\Ctl .In an 1IsUtu.. released while In tha second often comes off as th ,reQ5\un oi. tun..And that Is not a sail*
Frank J: SCOtt, 'no 'valid drl- Visitors to Naples are reminded January 1819At tlon.Probation instance the paroled is still at sympathetic character. factory way to wind up a Ma!: Discount

ver's license $25; Carl White that next Friday January Is the term used for large. The scripts usually are hard matte program
Improper passing $35;and Robert 17. there will be a game the those who instead of being sen. Violations of parole and pro. hitting. Week after week, the "East Side Went Sldu" It our
E. Smith improper backIng 7:30as Fort Myers tenced to an Institution are given batlon may be either for the writers try to say something of the many network programs
starting time being as near their freedom under supervision. commission of new crimes, or meaningful and Important. somewhere between hit am!I Coupon
possible and those desiringto W.E. ((13111)) Woodruff presi- During the same period of time may be for technical reasons, Therein, I suspect, lies the miss whose future will Iw B. Daughtry was sen- play will be welcome at the dent of the Lee County Sheriff the district office had 38 per. such as changing residence or program's problem and weak ed within the next few weeks
tenced to pay a fine of $250or Woman's Club where the game 's Posse, sponsoring bodyof sons on probation in Collier employment without permission ness. It Is so realistic and men Uy the end of the month, most
spend 125 days In jail plus takes place. Vic Pennywltt the Southwest Florida County, making a total of !56 or failure to submit reports, or, age>prone that It suffers as a of the llfe.or.ath tlt'clsh"I"l SALE
10 days on a charge of driv- president reminds everyonethat Rodeo has announced the persons service by the Fort My. in the case of parolees, purchaa. drama. will have Ixxm made, new deals
ing while intoxicated. His those not having partners era office in this county. leg an auto without consent, or Monday night's program was for programs ronrluilcd.
driver's license was ordered will be paired up if at all pos- dates of January 18 19, On a statewide basis, It is falling to support dependents| typical. It centered on the moth Television mortality rates arc
revoked. Floyd W. Abbey received sible. 1964 for the fourth annual figured that It costs $130.88 to In addition to supervision, the er of three young children usually very high. Each fur Starts
the option of 35 da.vs championship event. supervise one individual for a district office often collects fines forced on public relief because some 30 programs-.alx>ut out,
or $35. on a charge of speed- The rodeo will stan at 2 year In comparison to an annual and costs assessed in various her husband was a drug addict third of the three networks' eve : ;
Big Cypress Men p.m.. each day at Terry Park I cost of $1,241 to keep a man cases, collects restitution pay. who could not hold a job. fling shows-are dropped. Some,, This
Ing.Lomax arena In Fort Myers. There Incarcerated. mania ordered by the court and list weekly relief check was like "Glynls," "Harry's GlrM'
Richards was given an will also be a parade from Warrants were issued for four often collects support paymentsfor completely Inadequate-the so. and "The Jerry Lewis 51..,*"
option of $25 or 25 days, har- Organize Club downtown Fort Myers starting I probationers during the year for dependents of the subject clal message-and she did some ire killed early In the season. Thursday !
ged with failure to use due care. violation of the terms of their Tom Hayward has recently moonlighting to supplement the Other weak shows litter along!
Earl H. Truby was charged with at 11 a.m., Saturday. Jan- probation of which two were re. :been appointed associate super family Income That led to feebly through 20 or 32 wi*'In,
Improper passing and sentencedto Tomorrow NightAn uary 18, Woodruff has named visor covering the Naples area. charges she was a relief\ chisel. and then are quietly, Interred.
Harold McLeod of Gulf Coast
$35 or 35 days on a no valid organizational meeting of ToastmastersClub
Farms and Roland of
driver's license charge.A the Big Cypress Men's Golf Asso. Skipper In Dinner
pre-sentence investigationwas elation will be held at 7:30 p.m., Matlacha Plantation as co-
ordered in the cases of Wednesday January IS, at the chairmen of the event. Meeting Tonight TODAY'S BEST OPPORTUNITY
R. C. Stephens and Howard Big Cypress clubhouse: Events will Include bareback
Phil said bronc Lea Whitaker and Harry Nell
Club pro Darbyshire riding saddle bronc
Young on charges of depriving.
will be the
the meeting will Include electionof speakers
Cases continued included the riding calf-roping bull-rid-
at Naples Toastmasters' Club ,
officers plans for the coming '
following James R. McLees and refreshments. ing and bull-dogging. For the when It meets at 6:30 o'clock .:,: "L rIUoI1
charged with issuing a worth- year Derbyshire, said he hoped that gentler sex, there will be a tonight at the Rainbow Restau. :
less check, Randall R. Cray all male players at Dig Cypress cowgirl cloverleaf race each rant for Its regular meeting fol.
possession of cut up deer with- or others desiring to play as partof day with the winner of this lowing the Christmas recess In .
out sex identification; Ad rain the association will show up event crowned queen on Sun- which no meetings were held ". Glllf .01 M..ln Pour ertl sues
A. Hogue speeding; and R.T. for the meeting.Cypress day.A John Leavltt Is toastmaster y
'' calf scramble will be of the evening Ted Thorwardwill CAUIa
El is. violation of beveragelaws. stag- T MrE0.S
give the Invocation and Vince
ed by the youngsters at each sosrtA nAcs -
Grange will G
Conboy Introduce the mem. .
show. The Lee Pos- ( I
Suspended sentences of 30 days County
ben and their guest. Cliff Wen.
each Were ordered in cases sette Drill Team will exhibitits 1
Meets ThursdayThe zel will serve as toplcmasler, NAPIES
against Dorothy Roan and Lucille dazzling precision per- Master evaluator will bn Marvin
B ram ley on charges of Cypress Grange will meet formance each day Woodruff i I Cecil with Max A. Weston and
assault and battery and Willie Thursday January 16, In the said "all of which promises ;j Stanley Terry acting as evalua. act. aAxSQAa
Flu! the same charge. time was announced at 8 p.m. rodeo in '64.:' is timer, Cabe Luff, as gram r POINCIANA
Court A spokesman said It will be an Registration books will be 'I martin, George Vega, parlia. a LAne co'wr.na,
costs were ordered paid $ONITA SPRINGS
In each open meeting and anyone interest open through January 14, Re- nentarlan, and Rh>'s Beatty as M L.1 IMf11M.
vase. Wynn was ed In Grange work is invited to 'master of ahs.
sentenced to six months on the attend. gistrars are: Clnny Shemwell Earl G. (Hodges, president of
and Duck Huber. Entries
charge of assault and batteryand may the t club, will preside over the
Willie Fluker was foundnot Farmers use enough products be sent to P.O. Box 3173 North I mslness meeting CHOICE ACREAGE WATERFRONT PROPERTIES -

guilty on the same charge. containing rubber to put tires on Fort Myers, Phone entries may : '

Sentence of 'six months in jail _nearly sis million automobile be made to Edison 42545. Don Be .V Litterbug in parcels of forty or more acres are being oU.rsever.1 parcels on either Estero River or Ostego

ordered by Judge Stanley
against Herman K. Robinson on Arthritis Medical sup.."1.I"n ed for sale in Lee County, midway between Bay directly across from the new Causeway under

charges a disturbance of vagrancy was and withheld causing BursitisNeuritis *th..rt. ate Hi'hnm> Naples! and Fort Myers. In the heart of one of construction linking Fort Myers Beach and Bonita
Utr *ud
providing the defendant leave Ito Park.Massa. the fastest growing areas in Southwest Florida'! Beach.
the county. Overweight. .

John F. Wadkins was sentenced SciaticaComplete f Traction
to 30 days each on three
Mrdro honslitorM
counts of Issuing worthless M

checks the sentences to run -

sentences and credit was to be t7itJltii
? T.mnshlp" 4e fruilh, lianas S) East -Merlin SI (Fractional
allowed for time served. D the Atlantic Coastline Railroad touches or runs W j) anl M srnii adjacent J In ALL Ilk, In Santo 11 Tm' .
Grady Ceasor was given an ship'| IT "S"ulb, Kins' It r:.-l-Vrtlon S (Oov't Lots I, I .A I.r'i .
option of $50 or CO days on s er. through three of these parcels. The Tamiami Trail :> nf SE, & SL':!, nf :>E'.) Seethes I (S'/, of KF'i;!' Esutnl
a charge of no valid driver's i. County Reed Seethe Kale! of S y t Newt of (1.8.1) 8 ctHmII
license. Frank London Jr., is adjacent to another parcel. A paved countyroad (N11) ,Button U (Can txrrpt SI Bcrm) Section IT (portion
nf H'4 South and \\rt of Spring Creek| N1/i of N'I of
charged with driving on the \'l... '10 miles' through parcels I in two sections. NEj Cat: l of County Road S'/j of N'i! of NVj Md SV7 of
wrong side of the highway. ":. runs >!'l) SMtbMi 1* (Oo\t LnU S'| o( 1, all of S 4) Section 20
failed to appear In court aida Your Health Resort North on 41 (portion of INW'4! and H'j! of IE% South of Spring Creek)
of Section SI twit and lEI'!.) 8rctloH n (portion of "' aMF'4)
charge bond $35 was FOR FURTHER INFORMATION > Section 211)( / Section St (E'of' EVa and. Eye of
ordered plus a falluretoappear W YI). ;
bond of $100. Warrant -

for arrest was also ordered. SEE YOUR BROKER or Contact

Suspended sentences of 30 Vibra Mineral Springs Bath if/ r A

days each on two counts of pub- Sauna Steam Room / U POINCIANA LAND CORPORATION, P.O. Box 1557, NAPLES FLORIDA Phone MI 2-5I&3
lie profanity charged against */ /
Lucy Justls were ordered upon Scientific Massage

payment. of court costs.

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* *** ** * * AAU PresidentSees

GAMED Close Game On Tap As Naples / "'Dtr Peace In

1 TIMEKeeping Plays Host To North Ft. Myers Rift With NCAANEW

David Lon YORK (AP)-The presl.
dent of the Amateur AthleticUnion .
Nap es High School's basket SPORTS says he feels his group's

ba 1 team p ays at home tonight with the!! National
a suitable for the differences
posted on local sub guarantee North Fort rtr I
facing Myersin 1 Collegiate Athletic Associationcan

jects. visiting This is team. what shapes up as a closely- . . . . . . . . be solved at a high level.
This spring should be the a logical rivalry by contested bal' Mahoney praised
game. Jay.Ehret
last year that Nap es High reason of geography, and It The Red theli NCAA President. Dr Robert Ray
KMghts, playing 3 COLLIER
School will have to conduct a is hoped a satisfactory rrange-'! firs! varsity schedule In the 6 COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, January 11, 1964 of the State University of Iowa

track without benefitof ment can he worked out In the understanding and
program school's brief history, have as a "man of
a trackMoney authorized future. complied a 4.3 record date principal. He's a fair man and
to ,
to build a 440-yard track Though lmmokalee Is not on and their three losses were by East Coach Hopes West has an athletic background

around the high school foot the Eagles' 1964 football slate, four four and I "With Dr Ray as president of
seven points. t
ball field, and construction will eight teams definitely Ireslgn- the NCAA, there is a high hope
Informed ed up to play Coach Jerry Three open dates In a row may >avRl of better understanding of our

,t by begin county shortly school, 1 officials.am Morris' team next fall. He has have remains duled: be the team, but that Keeps Bellamy At CenterBOSTON difficulties and for a possible solution .

to seen. to the matter
just about lined the 1
The track will be composedof up remainingtwo
cinders and which is opponents, and should be Torigh: varsity c ash will (AP-East coach eight more delayed in St. Louis. "We feel. that a settlement. can
able to release the schedule start at, about 8 p.m. A "B" Red Auerbach hopes the West West center Bellamy of Baltimore be worked out if held at a high
better surface for
a runners team preliminary wi 1 tip off keeps Walt Bellamj at centerin like the Celtics' pivot level between men who are Interested .

than hard asphalt, such as Fort shortly at 6:30 the 14th National Basketball. Russell, was a unanimous in seeing that our athletes .

Myers has Equipping the track Morris has made a point of Coach Andy Lorent zson's Eag 1 1 1r Association All-Star game Tues. choice tor his team in the bal. do not suffer through lack

with high-class plasric-coated trying to secure all opponentson les would: like to make it two day night. Wilt Chamberlain lotlng conducted by sports of understanding," Mahoney
would have six two-year contracts, and It said Monday.
surface cost victories in a row in an effort glees Bill Russell more trouble. writers.
times as much as the amount is possible that Naples may their 2-4 The classic, preceded by an Russell and Cincinnati's great The two groups have been involved .
to improve
home four present old timers all-around Oscar Robertson hub In a long*stsnding, com.
budgeted, but the track can be play at only timesin event, is expected to
built now and the plastic surface 1364. That would mean six record. They knocked off La- be played without a hitch de. the East plans to slow down the plex power-struggle. for control
Belle, 53-44 on Friday, and West club whose five starters of amateur athletics. .
applied In a future year home dates In 1965, however ., spite a howling blizzard Monday this country's
displayed occasional flashes of fJ night which stranded some of have an aggregate per-game ,
is available. and one of next fal 's four
when money foes here Is Fort brii''lance. On the whole Nap- the athletes en route. A party of scoring average of 121 points. Their squabble' threatened to
Construction of a track and Myers. That les' effort was not sensational i ,tr 18 was hung up in Chicago and Celtic Tommy Heinsohn and wreck tne US. Olympic team

a playable baseball field at game itself should be worth however, and the team should Sam Jones plus Cincinnati until a cease fire was forged by

the high school will round out the price of a season ticket. Improve as the season wearson. / rookie jerry Lucas completethe Gen. Douglas MacArthur The

one of the finest athletic plantsto The Naples coach Is finding ij1Jv L East five. Wayne Embry, truce is in effect until after the

be found in any school of It easier this year to fill the Lorentzson is expected to ) r UCLA Bruins Hal Creer, Len Chappell, Chet fall Olympics in Tokyo.

comparable size In the state football schedule than he did with Walker and Tom Cola completethe .
begin the game the usual
Dut until interest heightens and last year. Morris didn't pickup squad.
starting five of center Steve Beach Club Men
until practice facilities are Improved a ninth game until March Los Angeles Coach Fred
the baseball program and the 10th game didn't come Clark, forwards Walter Ritchie Push Lead In 'Schaus will counter with his
and Many Bowen and
guards own Elgin Baylor and Jerry
probably will lie dormant. along until May, Have No Fears
David and West
S. Pease Buzz Berson. along with Guy Rodgers
Also slated to see a good bit of the Warriors and the elder

After five years, or since Handball courts at Gambler of backcourt duty are sopho LEO HOLLAND New AP PollBy all-star, Bob Pettit of St. Louis. Of Bad WeatherAbout
Park will be built an employee of Sunshine Hardware
Immokalec started playing foot- not for a more Dill Morton and Bob Koch Behind them will be Chamber.
bal the Immokalee while yet The took bids accomplished one of the difficult shots bowl. lain 60 members of the Beach
Naples. City Pease dropped in 19 pointsin most In BEN OLAN Bailey Howell, Don Ohl, Golf Association are
gridiron series is ending. Im- for a one-wal court in November the LaBelle game, though he ing Sunday night when he converted the 467.10 split Associated press Sports Writer Terry Dlschinger and Lenny Club expected to brave predicted cool

mokalce reportedly was not but only one bid was received missed 10 out of 15 free throws while bowling in the Sea Shell mixed league at Brook. The unbeaten UCLA Bruins likens. weather and tee oft tomorrow
satisfied at either continuing and it was too high. have Increased their lead in The
the present arrangement of The work has not been re-ad- and he leads Eagle scorers side Bowl According to existing records, the "Big Associated press' weekly major Million Dollar the In the association.regular weekly outing of

playing Naples here and taking vertised because there will be points through, a six games with of 75 Four" split has been converted 3 previous times by college basketball poll on the Participants in tomorrow'sblind
per-game average of back.to.back vie.
home half the gate receipts or no money available after the 12.5 Clark has 57 points anda Naples bowlers and was converted only 3,725 times tories strength over Southern California Yankee Infield bogey tourney will be play.

at playing on a two-year home- authorized bond-Issue recreation 9.5 average. last year by the more than 5 million ABC sanctioned and Kentucky's second loss of ing under handicaps establishedby
and-home contract basis with projects are paid for. the IBM machine rocently
The team hit 26.5 cent bowlers the USA the season.
per in
Installed by the Beach Club Hotel.
----- Handball courts are Included of its field goals against the The Bruins beat USC 79.59 and Hits $105,000NEW The new installation Includes

More LiberalSubstitution In the Gambler Park master Cowboys, just about matchingthe That Is a pretty good trick since 78.71 last week and lifted their 25 previous scores posted by
plan and when the has Girls record to 13.0, Kentucky runner YORK AP) Ralph
City season average of 271. Teen-Age only 66.7 per cent own bikes.It ( players and takes Into consideration
the and the a week defeated Hook's $5 million( infield is
was by
money public wants Opponents are averaging 38per didn't say how many own .up ago the 10 lowest scores In
handball Vanderbilt in its first of three worth $105,000.The .
courts, they can be horses.
from the floor.Naples' determining the handicap.
cent Choose
built BowlingAs Some 70,7 per cent ice skate games last week and tumbled to recession began the day

.5. highest output of the and S4.1 per cent roller skate fourth Houk stepped up from manager

Rules Approved There is some interest In having season so far Is 54 points. Best SportBy One foot at a time, apparently, UCLA drew 35 first place to general manager of the New PGA OrderedTo

FonT MUDHUMIIFla.: : : the local men's North Fort Myers is averag- since only 53.5 per cent own Iceskates votes and 404 points In the latest York Yankees.

(AP)-nlliRi'fiNitlull Idles Softball ing better than that for their JIM BECKER Only 22.8 per cent own vote by a special panel of 41 re. And the market hit bottom

nmnilttii/ ', which uPPI'IIIII'd| | l the league, which plays through the seven contests. In their last NEW YORK (AP) What's roller skates. glonal selectors. Loyola of Chicago Monday when Houk and the

most' lllx'ijl Milistltiitliin since. late spring and early summer, game action the EvergladesHo your guess on the favorite sportof Tennis gets 65.5 per centhalfwith moved up one place to sec. Yankees decided to mall out Hold Meet
converted to aslow-pirchoper- borrowed rackets-and the ond with 312 points while Mich contracts to the American
tln wide\! leaiiiHl: up' MIMIC ixl,!Is and ends ation. Slow-pitch ball is play. Knights beat Cardinal Mooney. It's bowling At least that's survey said 24.5 per cent play igan also advanced one place to League baseball champions.

IN"foic II It.ft town. ed with 45-foot bascpaths and 47-35, ro led over LaBelle, 68- what it says In "Seventeen golf. third with 298 points. Kentuckyhad The entire payroll figures to

II t will |IH' lllig.il for a quar.. the 16-inch "blooper ball." 54, and were edged by Everglades News," a newsletter Issued by Almost halt, 45.1 per cent 242. Points were awarded on come to an estimated $800,000 At Palm BeachWEST
li'rlui'k to fclam DIP ball down This sport docs not put as muchof 5548. guess which magazine.The water ski, and 19.2 per cent skIIn a basis of 10 for a first place As for the tour men Houk
the vote, 9 for second etc. valued at $5 million in a word
to crmnid. II. a premium on athletic ability magazine made a surveyof snow.
Tinrule requiring a stiliMI.liile as fast-pitch Softball does. Besides LaBelle, the Eaglesand the 11,005,000 teen agers In But only 9.2 per cent own their Loyola of Chicago beat Mar. battle with Baltimore Manager PALM BEACH Circuit(

giilng Into 'a game to ie. Knights have played one the country and came up with own golf club, 8.5 their own skis quette 96.80 In its only outing Billy Hitchcock last year, here's Palm Beach County

main fni at (least one down was Players might make their desires other common opponent,Immo" the figure that 83.8 per cent of Almost all of the girls own last week tor an 11.1 record. the way the salaries go, from i I Court:: has ordered the Professional .

..1111I In aiI'd. on this subject known to kalee Naples defeated the Indians them bowl.Anybody. bathing suits, but U is not clear Michigan has the same won.lost first to third: Golfers' Association to

The National Collegiate Alit the Recreation Department, 54.49 while NFM triumphed who would bellove flow many go near the water. mark after turning back Purdue lb-Joe Pepltone $15,000. 1 hold its national golf 1 club

l title Association inmmlttip also which after all is Interested 47-36.J that would believe, anything. ',j This stack of ,statistics was 77.70. Kentucky/ after its loss' to'V.nde .2b-Bobby Richardson; .,, f 30,%, match play tournament starting

took one more lcp. Monday\ t tosimplify In, sponsoring the type of program The Knights went over 40 per, Actually,*..there" were Slot of .oD\Plled..by: asking 1',418 teen.' I1t"Whlppe"'LStr""wid": 000. Wednesday at PalnTTJeach" Oar.

the new Milistltutloiinili I the people want cent from the field In the La strange statements in the sur. age girls what sports they like. Tulane to put Its record at 12.2. ss-Tony Kubek$35,000.
'N, wlildi\ will allow unlimited .5. Belle and In Apparently their answers were Undefeated Davidson ro. 3b- Hiili.stllutli'li wlll'lI the Other papers In other towns the Everglades games vey.The typical American teen. multiplied by 7,816 to. make 11 maimed in the No. S spot followed big hunk of the $800,000 'Thursday it had transferred the
tournament, but played In who million Statistics like that by Vanderbilt Oregon payroll-one-eighth of it to be I I tournament and f
dork In bloppod aunt two<< subs do it, but somehow I can't reconcile agar emerges must live made 0 u rotheI'
at any /lime. A 1'1.111111' to pri.". the the holiday affair without the where there is lots of ice and Tom Dewey president for a State, Cincinnati, VUlanova and exact-goes to Mickey Mantle, 'I events on its winter program to

vent lln faking of In Jin let* was myself to using services of two key players, snow, beachos and horses. little while. Duke. who played in only 65 games :Port St. Lucie, 42 miles north

pll 111 1110111'<1.A 1. terms "varsity" and "Dteam"to forward Randy Moore and guard For example. the survey said The Detroit will The Top Ten with first place last season because of a broken 'I of Palm Beach Gardens..

Kiiliroininltleo will Mud 1)' describe the freshmen and Bob Mattson. One was sick and that 54.1 per cent ride horses. 30 night Ames Tigers play votes in parentheses and total left foot and a damaged left Wednesday's tournament, with
1)I'OIHIIi.1II11) In eliminate loss of the 1-8 grade Naples Junior the other was out of town. Both And 82,8 per cent ride bicycles. season it next points knee cartilage that had to be :(I 0,000 in prize money, is ex.

down |ii'naltiex' and Id force High teams. The teams' per- are expected to play tonight 1. UCLA (35)) 404 operated on this winter ]pected to draw 278 players.

stopping! of tli<* look when sonnel are grouped by grade here 2. Chicago Loyola (1)) 312 Mantle had said he would Judge Russell O. M o r row

crowd noises drown nut tilt'Iolin.1I11. and not by ability Why not Scoring balance is the NFM Following The Dogs At Bonita 3. Michigan (2)2) 298 J have accepted a cut, but Houk I granted an injunction Monday

4, Kentucky 242 said:; I to: Juhn D. MacArthur, presl.
call them what they are -- trademark with six
players 5. Davidson (2)) 217 7 "You don't penalize a lent of Bankers Life
man & Casualty
freshmen and 7.8 graders? Decnella. owned and trained by choice of( the handicapper with
averaging more than eight 6. Vanderbilt. 205 1 because of sustained in I: to .
injuries o., keep the tournament. at
Bob Thomas, and Big Shark Mar, Danton the place doc and Ovaita
League Owners points. Two sharpshooters are 7. Oregon State ((1)) 107 I the line of duty, He means a I its development where he spent
owned and trained by John the show Danton Is moving a
The big beach crisis Is being in the backcourt. Bob Thomas up 8. Cincinnati 100 i I great deal to this club and I ex. !(3( million to build a clubhouse
Woods, get their tint chance In grade after a Glade C victory
Blessed Move resolved, to the benefit of ((11-potnt average) and John the "hot 00,," feature race tonight last Thursday night and, with 9. Vlllanova 91 ;I pect him to bounce back and and two golf courses.

the public and the upland own Mitchell ((13.7)). The tall frontline Ml the Bonita Springs dog track: his consistent times so far this 10. Duke 't2r \I have a great year." Sponsors of the tournament,
ers of the land to be protec- consists of Randy McEvans and the $25,000 PGA National
The 11-lace card will begin at season could be a surprise winner -
Finley Claims ted by the seawall just southof ((11 points) and Moore (eight 8lS: : OFF AND RUNNING by John I. Do Golf:; Club Championship sched.

Doctor Pass. Once every points) at forwards and light- Both Decnella and Big Shark Five Two Five, (from the three- lied to start Jan. 28, said their

KANSAS CITPChJI'It'1i month or so, 1 like to take scoring center Rich Swallow, Mar won their last starts, GradeB box Is the pick in the Grade D ompanles: would not have spon.

0 the. Hnle-\inellcan>' said If League lie goeu will down, along walk down the beach. Hustling guard Mattson has an efforts, and were moved up into first race over Little Locket and r 1\\ Mailer of IJilllguilgelllluel ; ? site cored. would them be had moved they known tin

(TO Dut at the present erosion rate, ehht-point mark and forward the big time for tonight action Neptune's Gambler, while Music PGA
with him and baseball l \ wondimalxiut representatives at the
lit*, next' move at u leapnemeeting one of these days there may Aage Schroeder came Into his Deenella, Chief Cash and Anna Break, from the six-box, is the ourt: hearing said they had the

lit New York Thm'sda)' not be a !beach there, which own in the Everglades tourna- Utt are the favorites in the race, favorite !in th# Grade C second right to change the playing site

on |IN :alleinj I to stove the wll' : make long walks down the ment, racking up 32 points In although Uneeda, Pat s Gift Anna race over Yorlck and Rock Donna 1eu1C wnl TIc aicoasa. and there was no written/ con.

Athletics to Loul. vllU.. beach somewhat difficult the three games while subbing Lltt, Fiery Helen Big Shark Mar Rock making the prospects for a yr.ouaes11. ract to tie it to Palm Beach

The fled' ..\'II owner 10.1)) I ho The situation is not unique to for Moore. All these boys are and Captain Tank are all good 3-6 dally double very good. ? C Gardens They said facilities
dogs and could upset the applecart Broadway Tiny Mystery Yet u:
has 1>pI'n "tucked Into a cornerb Naples as shorelines all up sophomores and juniors and were not ready but MacArthuraid

>' all that has liappeind." Put t and down both coasts In the NFM Coach Joe Murphy's team and HI Carbon are the selection .y 143 pros played the courses
In the first Grade B of the In the first S/8 mile event the
his latest ..t.1l..ml'lItl'lllIld Indl. aturday and 1G7 played
duloel Sunday
state are who should be
eroding. People a p
sate he feels lie las the .\iiittl-1 powe rfulgroup next night the eighth Prim Monarch, Grade T sixth, while Rosry efore rain Interfered
know the situation devote
are season, as if they haven't been June : "
In Money Canadian Angelare Break Brief Work and Ever" Way MacArthur met with
can League' a corner, Instead. PGA of.
Fidel charged I Mondathe\ ing much time to trying rework trouble enough already.Inclement the han
league owner and J. e Cronin, out suitable methods to combat Danlta Sanator, J. W Debbie. Grade T 3/8 event the 11th and would' be ready by Jan. 15. He

league president, lulped 41." erosion. I hope such methodscan Weather Prhllrge and Honey Wink June Final teen ix< lonizht proRmni.ENTRIES aid the first he knew of the

range hili trips to Dallas In lOCI be developed and Implemented :Money and J W. Debbie won love to Port St. Lucle was
Forces Scores
and Oakland last )ear to dta iusposfcllle g soon. Up th"II'sl\ outings; Grade Cevents Pint Grade D I/It r ten' ha read it !in the paper.

fianrhlse: hlilfls, and In Golf Tourney And lie mot ing up "'.,.Id Pudlc| I Dne" ,, riow.r' 10 JI It was not announced Imme.

gave him their ble) slng."This :. College Basketball The other Guide B race, the If IIlIy,.. T M'a* Flv t 1 L N.p,tl| .R.mblp'Locket 7' I t lately: If the PGA would appealie

Is wlij' 1 1.1)' t theie Isn't Connecticut 71, Maine 3S weather CLEARWATER forced. scores(AP)up-In Bad the ninth, finds Wear--Harry the Robin brt.it I Holly Glow I --- ruling

the slightest ch a net' the leaguecan Boston U, at Rhode Island, qualifying'' round of the Belle KCIULTSFlnt D.I.c.. H.II". Grid 4 C I/It happenstance, the last race NOE PLACE LIKE HIALEAH
make me sell im franchise o Rock 0 n* R' 12
postponed air Seniors Golf Tournament Rocking Red I Mine aruk2 won by an apprentice at the
," Flnle>' told tinieMehl: Davidson 88 Citadel (07V T-JIU: Quln, til.N Velum It Nut Doll 1 track of the lakes and flow.eran ) Kenny
The leader W ofNew h.
L. Ramsey) (1 U loe Sr.
Kansas City' Star 10 120 109 Cutttr Mike 1 Yor eli 71 j h again training rice
sports I'dllc'r. underbill *8, Mlsalsslppt| I SiNo I ;I Castle InJ. was tops witha R.d Morton (14)) 440 14) I the Hollywood Juvenile
by telephone from Chicago Mutt Carolina 07, Marland !>3 78., Weary Came ,SI| 410lecend Third G,*.. M .". Championship 1961, had been lorses stabled at Hialeah He
day. ioerpar, Np,' Havoc 3 JW nlton' I won by Rattle Dancer with VII the top jockey; at the flamingo -
Ga. Tech) :39, Miss. Stale 43 He and 31 others who made T-)l:V Quln 1444 O-.rk Sad,. 12 Ntpt .Pi.dMdn.t. .. I Bobby Yanes Bobby and track'a first meeting in
"The league Is Imohed In Rocht O) 140 140 up
Wake Forest 70, Irglnla S3Jacksonville I the. chlmplonshiplight/ \ were to Penmen d) J') {110 20 Tr pr 10 Guy Martour I Gonzale Yanei :Miguel II'not related Miguel I 1925 with 49 victories. His
this as I am, he said, then ;add B way tk'Bptr 4 11'.* Joe I sons
ed "this Isn't all but I'm Fla. 03, Tampa 1 begin L match play over the 6,367 M"liS Gal c.) 210 10i>3'a star apprentice jockey went on to l'l ide 43 more winners t IlialeaVi, facing secretary,

some, things to spring at sating the 70 ,yard> course toJa)'. Wind that Daily Double > Ill 01 Fourth Lyn 72 Grad L.dv E Carl S/14 } earned his title. the hard way at Ilollj\ 'wood. Then at Del Mar -
Okla. St. 77, 1<.11\1. State 3S gutted up to 35 miles an hour N.,, Vlate' Buck 4d,. .10Janny The young man from Yahuahia in spite of being set down for
meeting. Wisconsin 70, Iowa 61 Honda) and water left over Price bird Line T-II clI W Quln. 3110 O.rey D I Chic t C4t 4 Jalisco! Mexico[ rode his being bit "over eager" he. rode
Finley has denied reports he Wichita 69, St. Louis 56 from Siinda's rains accounted! Neotunei Crown)
might consider a !..al.1111 Detroit 114, Notre Dame 104 f for the bad round. Merry D.nctr k3) 110 Firth' Grad D I/I! Notice at Clliente, Baja years back, when Bill Shoe!
the other owner If the .".... uo I Dyn' D.c A maker "red hot" new,
against ot) ms I'un. California. on October 19t>2He was a
( T-II SI) .
Dick Owen of Dunedin and Quln 117 U Oul 72 M. .....d'cl' I0 Silbert
turned down his request move Dalton 82, Portland 60Drake ate ;i| Su'Or k* (Uj) 7 tO 150 4 10 Cnil.i* A., II B.uUd' IAim. did quite well on Sundays at comer, his agent Harry
;Stan Matazck! of Avon Conn. ;.
to Louisville. C iFl 2)) Id .". Joy I Mlhe, Rail 30 Caliente, but !it wan't until Wilt asked why horses seemed to
- 84e Mexico St. 43 \fled, for second 78. Dar tuty it' |II| Iwo May 10, 1963 that he rode his run for him, and explained "Ht

ti.lh Grad, T I/I (Rut winner In the U,S a horse don't bother them," Yanez, too,
4.Yh.. -.w.: sso soTV's Tae* .n I I Ir.11 a'gnat | ?
1 e lid'' (I' tiltlOJC* C.... Pat I Mylry yet II named. :Malu at Hollywood it a nit still rider and a good
w' ,Han.r !, .IM| it. 10 U II II) away. Tin/ 72 Roll Utu tHi I'aik t Hollywood Park U not exactU judge of pace Some have of .U1-
1 o0sr JMf Kinn Jtrry 3)) | W Carbon 1 ,,'co. Prid' 7 a happy hunting ground feted a more facetious reason

I,.", T-40 W Quln 15540 tvnln Grad* C l/ll fur apprentice When for his success noting "He can't
Mr P.rrar.. (|. 14 M 4 M I |3 .. ., rlho
/ / Pith 1 L tt 10 \ snei brought I It understand the trainer's In-
JMf18:75 Dully Doha II 7tt 440 Rocky M'nk 4 Mer MeG.II 1
) I,s Gitor tai, I JO Jul Hand I R'eky Do t was the first victory for an ap- structions" Yanes speaks or
Shop T2 a'i. Klu tEhln pl'enticeln 658 races By an odd understands little English.
t.v.nth T-II.ti Qum, $IS 10 -
hi i t,d t') lit 4.3 JM Orad* B l/ll .
Fu. 'it> IM IK C''II .
14 J W D.bo I
M t I lady Cly ((4)) 7 :0 Prim. Much II Pnv,iUe! I Now 2 location To Serve* You .
June Money 12 Hony Wink 10 ,
E'IMh' T-22:31: Qum' ,'. 10 ttnatar I C.""',an Aial I a
54,1,4 ill) 2fr 44i IM SHOPPING CENTER
DOG RACING K,n.11.1 (7) I tO I 10 4 10 Ninth G.... B I/It
Pillaw III. 24) Ch,.! P...... 12 ,..r Eco I IN THE MOORINGSMI
Vypin Tart I W..'> Marry 72 Slaris
Ninth T-JMI Quln. HM Mary H" I..* I Dante ID DODGES
Lofton (sat )II 24 1200 400 Carrel Carrol I Oiav'ta 12 MJJT
Bonita Springs on U.S. 41RAIN lubbi On (71 12 10 2C 20
Wary Sass (I) 110 Tenth G,._. A I/It
CaN, c.." 12 Anna LOS I
T.nth T-12:tt Quln, tM 24 Un.*d* t Fury Hln ( STYUST
tp.ei,l rVogr... (4) 14 40 1 40 4 04 Onll ti S:I mark M' 72 -HAl
OR CLEAR /OS KSEIVATIONS: Mr L.'on".d (I) 1040 420 14 Auttrky (ell 4 M
SATURDAY MATINEE 2:30pm: Wy.... : l ll WTmeit }.24)1 Cl.v.nlh,: : T-10111: Quln' ttl M Iv.r Elavtnth way I Grad end T Work '/1 |
Dowpon ((1) 110 t2 ,. ,.
Hacklamt 10
414 I Cein
NAPLES-FORT MYERS KENNEL CLUB / SORRY NO MINORS: torn. Cl,..... ((7)) 14 10 II M C.rent M U.. I 2 Oeubi Ct... | kV::11\ CHEK SHOPPING CENTER MI I.un
A Mytttry (U) 4 24 D...... I Roty Break TI

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II I I' I Gets Heavy '

CALL Contest

USE THE CLASSIFIEDS SAVAGE enemies---from Radicals who

Midway had done an thought his war and slavery

good job as Se- policies: were too lenient toCop-

I I > 2-2107 Treasury under perheads who hoped for a peace

,but through ful solution to the war, leavingthe
Announca-rrmnti 40-Autos Repairs Parts 57-Houses For Sal. ,; 4 that Job some Confederacy a separate na

For ITUDIO Studio GIRL Qlrl coametira COSMETICS, ROYAL HARBOR LOT Be he,within and not him Abe tion.Chase was a friend of the Radicals. -

Ml !.'0U. Order now oil LOOK HERE Cue Lane $7,000 ': be President. and he considered him-

PLAZA BEAUTY SALON ROYAL HARBOR LOT : years ago this self fully qualified for the job.
Wondering where Mullet Line .40' beet slip i'r-r .
lUt E. Tamlaml' Trail With to go 17nO 00. $10000 cash end a step that he He felt, in fact that he should
Midway 111713BoatsMotors your ear problems ? slot 00 per month.
Factory Finish Paint Jobs him to suc- have gotten the Job In 1860 when

Wrack Rebuilt ROYAL HARBOR LOT Lincoln was elected he had
ACCOM. Mullet Lane ISIOO .
Tunaupt slot so cash and $10000 par in itself was quarreled often with Lincoln

SPECIAL Front and alignment month. for it during the war and had triedto

V\) ft. fiberglass "Crosby"run Motor, Overhaul ROCK HARBOR LOT 7S* -i been expected. resign. Now In secret he
Transmission rebuilt, ISO Corner 'In nlca
let It Be known he couldbe
about twin 40 HP LubricationUndercoat quiet location Reduced for a letter to a that
Johnson motors with only quick, sale $2000 cash 10 g : would be will- persuaded to accept the Republican

15 hr.. since new. 2 18 Brnk* onel days only Act fast on this of the nomination if it were

gal. gas tanks all controlsetc. Polish & Wig Lucille Otto Leah Brown the 1864 el- offered to him.OTHERS .

4 wheel "Rocket" trailer Dent look any further Virgil Mareum Bob JaegerH ( by lead MENTIONEDThen

complete package Sao tth S,. N. there was John Charles

$1895. See at 1650 Murex Ingram Chevrolet Inc. Ml' 24J5 showed that not Fremont "The- Pathfinder"

Drive or call Bill Tucker 130 tth St. N. Ml t.$10i DEWEY POLLY stop politick who had been the Republican

Midway 2.4295 Excellent Naples. Fla REALTY HILARIOUS "wedding" which took "If there is anybody that It was party's first presidential nominee -

Buv'.JO Buol.sde J bedroom 1"_ place Monday at Senior Citizens meet these two should election year and had lost to Buchanan

ft. Chris, Craft. S.. Skiff Life TimeGuaranteed b.th. Home For Sale by OwnSSOO nation's big in 1856, he was being discus-
twin chryeler J7I i, radio depth ing featured an all-male cast with musical gether let them
er down phone. Mid.way
finder .nlft.,. cuts pilot, p'..- 2 2465.I going up for sed In some sections. although
sure water tyUtm, mono! Mufflers background. Photographer ar. pieces. ( )
tanks, ehaft and struts BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME not too seriously.
electricwinch. full canvas Purchased at Jimi Sunoco, With IS X 30 ft. Florida Room, rived 'just as the preacher inquired: Ulysses S. Grant was being
all foam rubbar large screened
of wh.&,. sudbury bunks salt i water sets 2 Hutchison Location Tire & B.".. Esso,- badroom and bath.tlo.,' maatar condl. shortage of po- mentioned as a candidate but
stem finest see skiff In "Atlantic honed, utility, room. 2 car carport he would that him
squelch Idea
;flap as. Call Midway 26188 city sewerage. wall and wiling to
For'sale'-' pump for sprinkling. G.E. atova I Seniors Chuckle At 'Womanless among them, of self much to Lincoln's relief.
: 2s ft Oam.lt built and rafrif All rugs and drapoa,
Boat US H.P. straight S. 47-Trailer Lois For SII.L. some furnitura TV cabla gas Incumbent Abe And for the Democrats there
Chrysler' fresh water coolad heat ONLY SI S.500. located at in the nation was George D. McClellan. the
Teak dacka Loaded with ax- ... Mil 7th Ava. No CaM Bill
Iras E. 222M Turner & $on.. 'Inc. home tlta.Kelly landscaped attractiva wall Mobile and Tuck.. Midway' 2tUS4Immadlata The Naples Senior Citizens BobAdams.SololstHarrySher- sided I him out. For former hero of the Union army

2t Midway pump. septic tank fence on Twin Lakes Subdivision Model Club had a "ball" at Monday's ler sang "I Love You Truly"and attracted had ser- whom Lincoln had sent packIng .
ft. Commarcial'
Fsshngbi: one nda, mutt ba
teen' to ba
new engine., Chrysler 135 HP. precieted. $2,075. Q M LUFF ap: Hom..1 financing meeting getting a special "0 Promise Me." ing one term and to New Jersey he seemed

to lust Salll hauled Call for Midway p.ntn., 24900. Priced R Midway E Broker 2.Z270.48Aptl. 421 tlh St No. .:C'ftnm and easy$11 kick" out of a woman-less Club spokesmen after the The Lincoln could quite likely to be the opponent -

150 FOR SALE tM cludad par Mo., 1 tanaa Bra"and. 2 insurance batha. 'larga in- wedding--the only kind,the men meeting described the skit as banquet More- of whomever the Repub-

controls SACRIFICE' windshield,- Small Boat factory with For Rent toned U it 27 living and' acraanad room air porch condi. said which works out In the the "best show ever put on by are set had many many licans would put up.

trailar Phone after S PM. Mid' MARLOWE A BECK. REAL-; long run. the Seniors. The audience was sary But for the Republicans the

way 1.35'5. 2 fished bedroom or unfurnithad Apt. For Rant Season lur TORS.2.5221 4S3 .Ifth Ava. So. Midway After committee reports anda In an uproar from start to fin Beach For choice seemed mainly to be between -

month or year round On Gulf J BadrJomTTnTlla lively songfest, the meeting ish." 15. A Lincoln and Chase and

9FlowersPlantsSeedsORCHIUSI or'Gulf Shore Blvd. Call. nice Midway view 2.2JSS of Bay or 'located In The Mooring bath' .)homo Car. was turned over to Earl President Stanley Bennett pre expected. Rocket Lincoln's position and patron-

25131 pat Ing throughout living room __ him advan
ORCHIDS! Fritsch. chairman of the entertainment n age gave a great
Don dining room halts and one bed.
t miss Turners .
River Orchid CEUUXE.: ARTS FOR LESS room. Completely alrcondltion To combat this advantage
Gardens. 2 tage.
Oehopee on U.S. miles No. 41 Eaat of Efficiency, now $100 par mo. od"" ..h.r.and Paved heated,driveway disposal to diah-carport committee who U.S. Cause Chase let out the word
I bedroom the allTnale Little Chance
$150 mo. 2 bad d'n storage room. Nice presented wedding confidentially and a committee
12- .lp Wanted room. $200 par mo Adulta no ." porch. Lawn aoddod skit. complete with "bride'* ;; (AP) -
patt THE DUPREC APTS and P.rtl.r, 'landacapad Ph. of Republican leaders immediately '
299* Francis Avo, So (btwn: MI 24104 attar S p.m. No brake groom. preacher attendants today. sought to
Wanted: Presser for Trail Shadowlawn t Airport Ad.. E. are pl..... usually reliable went to work on his
Cleanara. call' Midway 2 4411 forappointment N.pl.ml and appropriate music. behalf. Within a month. Chase
BUILDER OFFERS Follow British Suez suddenly went
after t P M
ao Modern*rArt=:iMc.ni..I.bedroom. wnn:: ianfurnish.bltcheiiN.srbiachsndiho.'! I and 1 bedroom homes on llthAva The Caste of three launch. found to his surprise that a

13-H.lp, Want. FemaUWaitrasa BY SEASON compiaia. either. So.complatad between or Sth under& Sth con.Sta Bride. Ray Palmer, groom By JAMES MARLOW which left circular booming him for Pre-
iM pint MX Ave So Ml' '.U'] atructlon priced from $14.500 to Oble O'Drtenj, bride's father Associated Press News AnalystWASHINGTON : al nuclear subnia. sident was in the public press
and Kitchen" nelp 'I bedroom $17.500 with good tarmaWILLIAM William Wilson; bride's mother had to unleashed (lie and he offered
wanted only over ace 25 Apt. air cond" TV B. STONE INC. (APWhile again to resignhis
need apply. H.mmock.u,. on cable. raaaonabla rataa. day Buildara, Jim McClurei: best man,'there la some slmllarlty' be. To a slx.hotir period:I cabinet position.
ant Royal' Palm' Hammock week or month Call Midway M Tenth St M.. .
rtn Ml 2 5731
While; or colored 2.2552 Perc Hoyti ushers J, Block tween events now Involving the ( submergedt I 1 But Lincoln again refused the
Help for Laun
dry work, apply at Naples I bedroom furnished APT.. Saaaonal SB-Lots For Sal. and E.Sowerwlnej bridesmaids, Panama Canal and what hap.. t Cap Kennedy resignation and thereby kept
Prathara Laundry Rantal Writ 12SS Hih. the Suez Canal In 1856 mean :i plummeted
land Drlva No Naplaa J. Hall F. Warner R. Rays, pened at Chase out of serious conten-
there 5 Is small chance the out.,, though :I Ocean when the
Exceptionally beautiful HOO girl. C. Crouset ring
14-Help Wanted Male! I bedroom unfurnished Ap'. Royal Harbor Lot 23 Dolphin come will be the same. with I ' with atova. r.frlf, S blocks to Ct., Water 2 ,''d... aaa .waKad.. bearer W. Horackj minister run the a bullseye oil a would show that when Lincoln's
baach $70 month The seized Suez In,
Paving Work: on annual' $1500 O. BOB 172. Egyptians t
experienced Bloomfiald
''yo Call for Appointment 4111'_ I..... Phone Midway' I.Z'4' H'".. Mich 1956 and have run It Ince. But Because .. down range; nomination for a second term

Mldw.y .4832 Air condo Eflicienciaiend I For Sala Lake Forraat Lot_ POLISH OFFER OP HELP Secretary of State Dean Rusk considers i oft course and I! had been successfully achieved

Man wanted for full or part bedroom Apia Wak or monthor 74 X lot ft. northwest co,,,., LAGOS. Nigeria (AP) this cannot afford: I I free i the range safe. he would be quite willing to let
time work aa ". aaaaon KIMBERLY APTI.I. .. Mh Ava.. 4 13th St. North. says country
winter Season, :M'dw'. ;. :,:. 52J Ava':' -So"Phona' Midway Call Miami' FRanklin '.t414i Poland's arrbassador to Ni$ iia, to pull out'.of ,the Panama. Canal I small w"L: : IS! second .o S i Chase resign.' .1'
t *I'I? '
.4741 )
I : UCU .'lo< Sala. SO X 135 ft. Bromelaw : :Musielak said! his' Zone even though the jvanama[: away \
J. fobs open Dragline : For Rant. Seasonal 1 bed. each. Spoiling .U willn! Ii
operator Subdlvlalon. country $ to train not help' :i fourth shot was'
Assembly has demanded Pana.
to run 3S B feedingrock room Apt. 4 blocka from baach. North Naplaa. I block off Rt Citrus Growers
crusher Operator for rock Adults only. no pata Call Tom- 41. Sail I or both Write Nlterians in film production. ,manlan control. In Its : i?
crusher must ba good welder my (eliDe. Midway 1.2155 or Boa 33S.2. Naplaa' MusleUk' laid newareela and Information What was similar' at both; Panma. no 'Immediate Upset Over New
end able to op.'.'. front end 7.3535
loader or doter Ganerel mechanic bARGAIN. material would be exchanged canals was the rising national.Ii For this the failure, Of.
for heavy equipment Immaculate Efticlancy Florida by the two countries lam of lana can > the Polaris A2 Drink, Plan Suit
Waterfront Lois Egyptians and Panaman.
bath and
Gaiti Paving Co. Naples. .Fla. room. private an at Gull Mar.bar
MI 25651 trance, :In city Raaaonabla, ,leads to the Gulf. lana and their resentment of a push and Elates' most LAKE ALHlhU; (AP)-Soin i iIxiatd '

Call Midway' 3.4694.49Hou.s $1.000 Each all cash PUBLIC NOTICE foreign presence on their soil By the I weapons and I $ inemlicra of t""rl".a CIt..

!l'-Help: Available the British at Sues and AmerU i I Monday It had I II rus Mutual, n|>spt lN>raii th"yW"I'
For Rent 2 only Phone Midway 2 32S4 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE cans in Panama.In to make I .. In 29 I "- tiiulili' In tell the tiitfer.lw.twpr'ii .'
tlark.Bookkeeper, desires eitherExperienced To ..III. Eit.l.' Lot II. Block TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT. what Rusk Including the
For Rant Unfurntahad both and: "nrn a KynlhHIi drink
4 bed. cases Egyptian
part tlm. or lull time position, K. Pina Ridge Extanaion $J.000. IN AND FOR ,
call MI 2.5257. room 2 bath haw Houaa Good Ca.h. CARIBBEAN REALTY COLLIER' COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Panmanlan nationalism was a drawal. and real; orange Jtilre, Indicated

Baby Sitter, or location Midway SIlO 2. 6f" month. Phone W50 No Trail.' Ml 2.SISS. HAROLD CHANCERY.F. CONRAD NO and_ by-product of World War II,: The ) I submarine* milt lIllY l tIlt filed against the

Child Tutoring: evenings. Call FOR RENT MABii.-: CONRAD. canals Is patrol' rarry syntliitli manufacturer.

Midway 25770 2.bedroom. I.bath furnished 59-Acre.ge Plaintiffs' PUBLIC NOTICI While A 2. The five oth. Tim Uianl vet'd 1 Monday' tIJ

19-undacape.l.awn house In wary nice location. 4 2H Mcra tamp Site $25 CASHI JOHN W.v.LANDRUM Suez Canal II l,380.nille ii1xirt|' a mill dlrfU'l) filed \
blocks from the beach
hopping' Available'and near for 2U acres 1 mite from Ooldan VIVIAN' LANDRUM and VERNA State Bank Na IJ9-T became) all 41 sulm I i the .rloildi Citrus' Cumin lf1f'I .

For Sale, : Argentine Behia. a vuo aaaaonCONTACT. Gala.Ft Laudardala: 1 mile ,north road of$645 proposed CASH peraona NOE LANDRUM.claiming' any and aatate.right ell BANK REPORT OF.OF NAPLES"CONDITION of of NAPLES"THE biggest fleet will I and ltall'lI ma) take Its fiwnj,

or ,over, it per aq ft delivered LUCILLE absolutely she fmatt, lnvattm.nlapaeulation title or interest In, 'I in the Stele of Florida at the Close They A3, now un. 1 l"'If"III'III"I.TIll' .
Call : OTTS
National I of bualneaa Dee
Ciii.1 Port Char on It. IM1
In Collier hen the real
'lone DEWCY POLLY REALTY today 0. H. LUFF. R E.County Bok..r. or herein upon daacrlbed, or any property part ASSETS military and surface: 21 bcui'J; miMiilK-rn! were:]
Mt 24354Furnithad 421 *"" *'.. N. Midway thereof I. Cash' balancea with After at Capo Ken served tli.. synthetic: drink with. 1

23-Mtsc. For Sale! Staional I Rantal I 2-2270. Defendants other items banka In and cash of lUte the i out lielng told what It was
badiooma, 2 b.'''.. NOTICE OF SUIT' process SP
screened porch Ridge carport Lakes THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: collection 11.710.117.12 had enough ) I II (tin first I Alxnit 2" |I'r ''ent ..Iltl"( hoard '
For Sale, Diamond IH karatappro Area IUSO Tom McBride Raaltor 61-Income) Property JOHN W LANORUM ef 211 South 2. United Slates Government saw the with a new i said Hie $product' la Mod I like or.
( *.) will sill for less S32 Park St. So. Ml 2 S44 Greenville Street MerrodaburgKentucky. obligations direct .
than .' INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY VIVIAN LANDNUM ef and .guaranteed .,"'.S50 77 in 1048. In t to eje< | ml*. ,angp Julio (iHiicnlnle, at,'cord.Ing .
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Write Con 'mF.p'r..pert': : ; SELL or RENT 1 badroom I R R. Industrial I. Obligations of goatee i threw out ,
ZQdl'f: ; Prop 211 South Greenville Street. PIer.redsbsirg and tubes, and the I l lo T'lin'" OslxiriK. a hpukn
1 bath S4t 10th St. No., Carl arty I ISO ft., aicallant and VERNA political aubdlvl
Driftwood Lamps. locafiwide Anderson at Midway 2 SOIl 40 X M Ind. Buildint Reduced NOt LANDRUM.Kentucky af lot Nortti alone. III.S4I It over I informed I i man for Mutll tl.
well constructed $35 from $45000 to $2f.000. with .. 4. Other bonds, ftGIt... I Col. launching Mon. Tim I" .
For Sue Rant .. "r'"II'IW.d"
_$40 $50 Cell Ml 2.M96Shelving House or fur ,.,"'.. Thia la Third It' Harlot Kentucky and debentures (In. << a synthetic
niahad or unfurniahad Ovarlook Naplaa best In. and to All paraona claiming. anyeatate came and I .
Cabinet Beautifulwhite duutrial. offering In the center eluding $171.214 00 socurltles Is simpler I t drink that otitalni, no or..
log Gulf of Maxico on Vandar right title, er interest In
oak shelving and cabinet :bill: drive Call I Midway 2400: of town Q H. Luff. R. E. or lien upon the reel property of Federalaganciew He .. the earlier air i angn produdN.
1) .,ok.,. 421 tth St. and corpora'hone
assembly ft long dial 1 No. Midway herein described er any part pulling What
1Cf : really themem.
home or commercial. aalon. :, I bedroom u.'urll.hod ..,.,. 22270Coanmarciat thereof, not guaranteed ujinit
Midway' 27?** by US ) I7I.MOOO The I which will I w'rs O"IIfrll" said' was a tele.vision .
front CBS In city: llmita T Vcable Incom. Prop.rU Defendanta. Greetings, I. Loena and discoulsincluding ,
air conditionad: 1100 Priced by ownar You are hereby notified that a ( $57S IS overdraft hoped to I taunt;hlng*I \ cnmmi'Mlal that: keys:
26P.nonalALCOHOLICI monthly' on yearly .I laaaa Mid. 2SM :;6zQI'.I: Baach Blvd.' ; proceeding te quiet title hat been ) 1.171.12002 to help I I". .. .
.t of $18 Hu"a (
way 2 S023 avanm, WY 'I.mi, Ft. My.... Central City 150 brought In the Circuit Court for Col 7. Bank premises' owned I orget orange ,juice, the new
daytima -- ---- ft. Frontage $7.000. Annual her Count Florida against JOHN $271, M <4. furniture scrosa I $ mIssiles I .I wake Is here." It was fccreened
ANONYMOUS Incoma-Sailing Price W LANDRUM VIVIAN. .. LANDRUM with the I
$52 000 '
Man fislareaso 13 month a*I I|private I) for the hila rd.
Women with drinking Assume lit mortgafa iowa LANDRUM. and $4*.07 141.054 44
problems Call Ml' 2 2770 M..,. 54-Trade or Sell cash or Trada Write or Inquire all peraona claiming any eatata i I I. Other asset II.47 41 to play a drive for I I After thai' the lioard voted to
Ings Tueadaya end Frldaya S 30 3155 OaSoto A..... Ft My. right title er Int.,.., In. a, lien, middle r of tile polarl II I I take legal action. The Citrus
Pm Sloc. for .,.. daacrlbed, real,
Cottage First Baptist I N.pl. Bowlont acre upon the following I 12 TOTAL ASSETS 12,013,401 35 neut rail
Church ... Loll MortgagaO etc.' O properly, aituate In Collier County LIABILITIES a I Commission seeking to atop

Lose Weight Safely with' DEX .. LUFF; R. f Broker, 4JItth Florida, to.wit, : I 11 Demand deposits of The __ ______ I I III" p r II II u r fa manufacturer

plea ADIFTTableta Fifth Ave, Rexall:Only' Igc Na: Sl. :.Pine No_.Ridge_,MJdway 1 bedroomHome 2 2270Lovely 65-Gen. Real EstateAir Lola 11 17 and' SUBDIVISION IS Block' I. W. H.SUNNENCY'S aa. ships Individuals and. corpora partner. withdrew i completely I from f Isbn log<< that Awake Is

;; will, enchange for downtown FOR SALC par plat thereof recorded .In Plat lions I.SOS.S40 14 the dam. l the UrltUh I substitute for orange Juice.Thf .
who Looking for a retired woman Home 121.MO. Contact O. Co Op Apt overlooking Gulf or look I. page 21 of the current t 14 Time and tavmga, da seizing board also the
would now, works part time who H. LU...... R. E Brokar. 421 Bay, 1 or 2 bedroom IH batharaaaonabla Public Record of Center County posits of Individuate. says American urged<<
turn for like a room free .In re !Ih St No Midway 2271 furnished or un Florida' ; andA partnerahip. and c.,. erwird forever, or at 1 I CITRUS Commission to give top
write companionship Please furnished; Shoreline Apta. I 117. portion of Lot M of NAPLES porationa 2.111.70* 21 rael l Thin alone has I priority lu recommendations for
Ron J311E.n'N.c qualifications to Gulf Shore Blvd' (acroaa from GROVE A TRUCK CO.'S LITTLE I II 0._" of United
: 55SloretOfflceT6n Mansion Houae. .FARMS NO. 2. according' to a plat Stats Government Egypt i I', oranije.i.rfxJurt research expect.
Men ii yra. of age white wants thereof recorded in Plat Book I (including postal aav"ge stop when I from the ed from a study later this month
to live In or board with someOne T6n SALE'OR"LEASE com. Read Tne llaseilledsWOE at page 27 of the Collier County ) III.IM 27II the Soviet
In Naples' .,... Residentfor Building, diN Ave-. Nft Florida Public' Racorda. The cad ; Oeooalt ef Slates and whether, they I asked the Commission to make
21 years can furnish gordreferences 100 sq. plus MO sq ftbTe portion, being apecilically deacne-ed political subdivisions: I I.m.m.. The If they tried I a final payment of $80,000 to
we' Bon a a foU_.: II Certified 4 olIicsrs'Checks. I
P. O cov.ed n arvice erie with do. > with Egypt purchase citrus research
I, Is come
XI NapTaa.33Servicet. attractive front Submit, offer BEGINNING at the Interaction ef etc III M7 11I some
*. Call Midway 24071 or the Weal line of the and Lot Jt I It. TOTAL DEPOSITS lUll 107 21 after I r t any in Orlando; and recnm.
broker with the Soulhwaalarly right of 41 Total demand da. turned mended complete of the
aee your almost $2 mil support
Off.r.d way .line ef U. B Highway, 41 posits 11011217 took It 12
T.m..m trail Mores For Rant Tamiaml Trail'). In* said, right' of lbS Total time and this country I Lake Alfred Experiment 81*.
RUBBER Commercial, or Professionalfor way line being 154 feet (maaauradat savings deposit 2 III. 171 II I The I Income ti 1Jfnext\ hudnrt.
STAMPS that $IS per "'0. See Q. H. right engiea) Southweat of the 21 Other liebilitie' II .24 51 the Any "
make a food Impression. Luff. ,R E Broker 421 tth Centerline ef that certain M foot above operating
St Ne Midway 22270 This 1 P
read delineated on the said Plat 24 TOTAL Improvements.
Any site. Quick serrles. of record' run thence Southerlyon LIABILITIES. II 201.432 17 with
Collier County NEWS.36Wanted Office' for Rent Caecutlve erprofessionel the said, West line of Lot 31 CAPITAL' ACCOUNTS get money WesternAuto
office 11'.41'.
type for 221 2 25 ', Common
feet; thence run Eaatarly Capital (a) In thy tone
individual offices.One
for 1 .
divided at r'ght .".1... far 11 faat lhance stock tote par value
block from hospitel All 400 004 00: srwnt' In Pan
To run Northerly parallel with 1k.Weal $400.000 00
Buy or pert available...... with. aacretarl.al. leeae.Telephone line for 223 S feet to an intaraactien 21 Surplua 34000000 I crews and
with the afereaaid right. 27 Undivided profits 131.*?7 It:
Would Buy I or I bedroom .. end business, assistance of way line ef U S Highway 41 2t. TOTAL CAPITAL Notice i* i I
unfurnished Apt, Condominiumpreferred available. D,. .rou."' Ml thence run Northwesterly; en the ACCOUNTS HI! Ml It: applicant : :I :laj 1m.
Co Op acceptable 2 >M| said right of way line 4 2 feet te the to the '
without I..... Immediate' poasession 'I Point 01 Beginning The deacrieedlanda I TOTAL LIABILITIES Beard for I country but not
needed Write Boa Iii. Sale being m the Noriheatt Ouar AND CAPITALACCOUNTS Federal ..v military value
57-Hou For
Q. C/O Collier Co. Newa. atatIng tar ef Section II. Tewnehip M: 12001.500)0MEMORANDA lien to be IiscoiintSAll
built and this
Price and Lee at ion. South' Range 21 Ee.l. in Collier,, A hearing '
'Income Property Spotless County ,..,.d*. II Assets pledged er ea. plication at I i .ocean navy
CBS., I bed''''.. tile bath tar AFTER and you are hereby re ,uired to Me ignad to aecura lie neon on ,
38-Autos For SaU ratio floor Utility rm. pius with the Clerk of teid Ceurt your lilt,. and for other Fabrvery I a military
workshop Separate: efficiency TY written apearance fparaonally or purooaee (including Indiana "'". I I ID 30,000 AmerU
Itsl Ford VS. eeml-tuslom. In Apt. Nicely landscaPed with by alterneyl in said proceeding onIIr soles and bills rediscounted C W,.. ; including
excellent c......, good ",... CaM fou,,'.'". In city, asking $17.MO before the Sth diy of Fekruery ."d securities I* appear In : ; t .
.... 2 4M4 I Icif
2-4M4 T.' owner Midway A 1ti4. and thereafter te file with sad sold with te protest families.
Midway _. 1 ....'00"'. 2 beth Home in Royal Clerk your written eefanaat. if any went to ,."" agree'I I >( ; -at this
INS Butck Roodm....,, excellent Harbor, aeewell and deck one lo the Bill of Complaint at the ,."'.. 12 (a) Loans as shown should' ba :::: t
condition, 44 Ooe actualmilea dock matter air conditioned prescribed by law therein aattmg above! ere after da Name Leon settle for
Mostly chauffeur driven and 'heeler ell appliances' COUIEI up the ....,.. right. title 1 or tntertr.1in Suction, of vaiwafienreservea II day .' ] of the canal.
MM. Can o eeen at Stale Farm CHERRY PANELING AND or lien upon the above! d.. of *4 711 U ing Any : .
Insurance offx-e. 474 S'h .... So CENTRAL FIREPLACE IN YEARS scribed property clamed by you lbS. Securitie a* appear in ItD < other de __
LIVING ROOM Wall t* wallcarpeting Herein fail net er judgment will shown. above! are afler submit, any I for use of
CALL TIlE NEWS FOR COUNTY be entered agamat you by default' daductK of valu'I ing p.rt,... \ changes In the
.cC'l'L WITNESS' ef I Starts
cy MARLOWE A my hand and the aaal eton reserve issue I*
RUBBER STAMPS TORS 411 Mh Ave, .... Midway AND of said Court at Last Naplea Coltier I. Candler A. Brook Exec Vice i evidence ",. t: for ,anaman.
1.S221 County' Florid' ?. the SIll day of i Fees ef the, above! .nemed bank, do ins I
s NEWS January. A D 5904MARGARET solemnly. tweer/effirm. that tit'. report .
T'iedroomlJouse on Freak T SCOTT of condition M true and corred. Sues with.
Whitman Blvd' $4400 Term STILL Clark o' abeya styled t* the beat ef my knowledge on Britain be.
risk CARIB- Court end belief
Ivvitfillovmt BE/NREALTV. "* Ne. Trail WANT By: INEZ MAGILL C.ect-A": I IL troops had '
Midway 141M CANDLEN A. BROOMS I : acted Panama '''
GOINGAD SMITH' f:: &LE.I.tGA. Exec. Vice Prea ,.
Golf front J __. I beth BROWN' 4 NICHOLS lAbIlE S TOOK to grab the Ihnrsuav.

r-j4I.screened full : pool e. CRr:. Suite II. Batch Bu ldi''g A. L. McSWAIME bad such a
H...... FfendaAtterneya H. FRANK
WANT AD BEAN. REALTY. )7M No. Trail STROM* for Plaintiffs' Director attacking
Midway 211. JonJ.I4. 21 & 21 IH4 flit I Jan U. ItM all!I Jan. U.

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role to perform, checking blood types shipment to the blood bank. adjusts equipment After a few work with that nice feeling of having I

minutes rest, the donor is up and about done her share

T,, Deal* Of Baker Bulldozers Plow Over f J- Backs From Alley,

With Smathers ,, J Sideswipes AutoWhenHarryW.Clouser.1262

To Be Probed LA Flood Disaster Area ......... ) .' '.: I llth Ct., N. backed out of an
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WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. By ROBERT M. BURNETTLOS hood-now looks like an urban C'II Motel and the Wee Wash It
ate Investigators pledged today ANGELES (AP-Wreck. renewal project as trucks In an r .P rir Laundry on Fourth Avenue

:'a full Inquiry into a Joint land ing crews marked the one. endless stretch haul away rubble ,. South Saturday morning he
venture by former Senate aide month anniversary of the Bald. and mud. wC .i .,, ,
.. '...,ut lw ,e. .' .j>; failed to note a car approach
Robert G. Baker and Sen. win Hills Dam disaster todayby Homes on each side of the
George A. Smathers, D-Fla. ramming bulldozers through flood path, sliced open by the Ing from the east on Fourth
PAPER WORK connected with blood bank A 11t'r
But today's open hearing re. homes left mangled by the devastating rampaging waters, gape on the program is Avenue and sldeswlped it. The

malned focused on the vending flood. busy scene, grim reminders of important and continuous Here, Norman Herren, latter car was driven by

machine aspects of Baker's The area below the broken the Dec. 14 tragedy that killed blood bank president, discusses a case history with Eleanor J, Baird Muskegon
business dealings.The reservoir-once a tranquil and five persons, Injured 27, and Mich.
Senate Rules Committee attractive residential neighbor. caused damage estimated at secretary, Helen Yeager. Damage to the.Baird carwas

.. ia investigating whether Baker, more than$11 million. estimated at $200 and to the

who resigned under fire last U.S. Evacuates Stricken residents, still Sign-Up TonightAt I Clouser car at $25. No one
Democratic shocked the sudden loss
Oct. 7 as Senate by CountyBusiness was Injured in the accident,
engaged in business watch demolition crews rip
dealings that conflicted with his 63 Americans apart the wreckage of their Senior High and no charge was filed.

duties or involved other impro. dwellings. I
prieties. Mrs Mollie Kaplan voleed a DOVIsMIIl:.; ;
Called back for more testimony From Zanzibar typical reaction as a giant For Tax CourseA \ll\\ll 111. MM \ n#"'H.

today was Eugene A. Han. DAR ES SALAAM, TAng crane tore the roof from her County Commissioners au. tax seminar will be held I mun driving Ihr"lIlthhnI1I'"
cock of Miami, Fla., presidentof anylka (AP-The first u.s. home and dropped It into a thorlzed steps at this morning's Ever.I it Naples Cenlor; High School 0,1.1.1all.1 ,. Intcrtliange.
Automatic Vending Services truck. meeting to set up the notoniHiH ii" 11 lonCuxini! maze
refugees from turbulent Zanzl MI three consecutive Tuesdays
is to have glades Health Clinic in a pore asked parked State Trooper if
Inc., and former president of bar reported today that Span. "Somebody going I starting tonight, January 14. Re.
tion of the office space In the man/ people lost the
another vending machine com. to pay us for this. tot
ish-speaklng men in Castro-like 'pst ration is set for 6:30 tonight.
pany known as Serv.U Corp. uniforms appeared to be the Like most victims she Isn't old county Jail. A service charge of $2 will ben ctoverlent."Netghle'r.I. "
The committee was told Mon. sure just who that will be. County Health Director Dr. I mirv I.'n't kn'w.
hard core of African rebels who I, effect for the seminar which "
41 homes Clyde Brothers and Sheriff C.A. the trooper upluil I .,,'r\' time
day by another witness that Authorities say were
overthrew the island's Arab vlll be held in Room 3 of the
Baker received $650 a month government. swept away or smashed beyond Doug Hendry agreed the clinic high'; school starting at 7:30p.m. I git down here "off StIt I UoutlI
for helping land a defense plant The Americans arrived repair.An could be established In the Jail each of the, three nights. Each OJ>, I ict' lout I Nluv mil nf thin
franchise for another vending estimated 1,500 dwellings with a minimum of expense. Anew part uf I Dade I mini)' UN niuili i.errrthl
aboard the U.S. destroyer Man. 'session will last about two hours
CO-CHAIRMEN of the blood drive Mrs. "
machine were damaged, Including 400 of side entrance will be opened current are ,_ 4
company. ley. The state Department had 'and will cover Form 1040, in.
Smathers' name came up in ordered the removal of all but the 650 apartments in Village for Sheriff Hendry's operations (ome, deductions, retirement in. Henry Hoffman and Walter Rogers shown at Naples H. W. CLOUSIR'

the testimony late Monday' of two of the 63 Americans on Green, a garden-court develop. and minimum a new of coat remodelling of paint will and en.I a 'eluding credit, depreciation, Hospital checking blood inventory records which show representing IhlMETROPOLITAN
Milton Hauft, a veteran of 15 Zanzibar because bands of AfrU ment. 'changes from 1902. LIFE
able the Health Clinic to occupy local blood bank supply at dangerously low levelRead .
years in the Internal Revenue More than 3,000 autos were
cans streets The Instructor will be Orville
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front Jail.
Service, who said he has assist. shooting and looting. damaged by mud-laden water i M, Guinn, internal revenue agent, I _M.AvmM.N.w V.it 10.N V.
ed Baker in preparing his fed. Stuart Lllllcoe public affairs that surged up to 10-feet deep Commission Chairman Dewey 1 Fort office who has Life and Personal Accident
Myers given \
Polly Dr. Brothers and Hendry \' the Want. Ads .
eral Income tax returns. officer of the UJS. Embassy I it, through business and residential such courses on many occasions \\\\" P 0.and Bo.Health 99S' insurance Ml J.3091

I Asked if Baker had reported Zanzibar, told reporters here streets. Two schools were will meet at the Jail within the !j Ia(, the past. n, .._ '. ....,..:x. .... N. la ,t..
next day or two to complete .
about closed temporarily 45 streets
$4,000 in Income on his that -- -- --- ----------- --- ---
Cuban.looklng, type was
I 1962 return from a land opera. the leader of the rebels who,, blocked off and 56 business and details of the plan. Dr. Brothers .. .
tlon in Florida, Hauft replied he captured the cable and wireless industrial establishments dam,, urged Immediate action so thata
move to the new quarters by SPECIAL TRADE IN
was not quite sure of the company's office. He said the aged. -
the clinic could be
amount. But he said the man understood English but Estimates of damage ran as i accomplishedby

income represented Baker'i I replied Spanish} and spokeno high as $50 million but Col. Earl February. .
share of a Joint Florida land Swahlll, the most common Peacock, chief area engineerfor
venture with Smathers and the language of Zanzibar. the Army Engineers, later In hercountybu.lnelsCounty i FOR DOGS .

senator's former administrative Firing still was reported in said that replacement costs i Engineer Harmon Turner advised I
assistant, Scott I. Peek.In the city of Zanzibar as the would be about $11.3 million. commissioners that it appearedall
a statement issued after Cost of the cleanup alone will steps had been cleared to
the hearing, Smathers said that were Manley indications pulled out that and the there flghU run about $1 million permit advertising for letting a Trade his old collar and lead on a new outfit. This weekwe

early in 1957 he took a one-flfth big was more savage than orig Several inquiries are under> contract for widening of Highway will allow
interest in a real estate transact inally Indicated when African way in an effort to determinethe ,, 29 through the business section
tlon in central Florida. He nationalists seized Sun. cause and to fix responsible,, of Immokalee. Turner said it
power 20% ON OLD HARNESS
didn't give any dollar figure or ity. could possibly be done yet this

identify the land venture fur. day.The latest casualties reportedare month.
Commissioners and Engineer
there six dead and more than Colorado Finance
Turner showed concern in a dls.
Smathers said that a few
2,000 wounded. But this Is
months later at his invitation pected to grow ex. Worries Utah Man eusslon of proper installations
both Peek and Baker boughtone tor water and electricity in the '
DENVER AP) A resident "
>eighth interests in his share State department officials ex. of Utah has(shown-concern for median strip which will divide the \ \\'J /
for $1,500 each. pressed concern that Zanzibar, four-lane! Trail now under pre.
The undeveloped acreage has which became Independent Dec,,'of financial Colorado.problems of the state' llmlnary construction In East ; LARGEST SELECTIONIN

.' been sold in small lots ana' 10 after 73 years as a British Naples. Turner was advised to
In the mall Monday for Gov.
; ',Peek and Baker each has re. protectorate, might become i a John Love was a savings depos. keep in touch with the State NAPLES
Communist base. Some of the Road Department.
celved "a return of slightly over
it withdrawal
slip equivalentto
} rebel leaders are considered ;
$1,000 a year on his investmentover a check-made out for $2 bll. RAW-BONE
leftists. Raw Bones
the past seven years," lion. Love declined to identify Action on the request of Ever.
I Smathers said. The new government of presU' glades Shores to file a plat for
the sender
Peek said in Miami that he dent Sheikh Abeld Karume "I think I'll check the size of a subdivision near Ochopee was It mad of scientifically processed hides de. Twists
I had not been in business with off the island nation afU delayed awaiting further engineering .
the man's bank account before signed to provide endless hours of chewIng
er the revolt Sunday but som t I reports on the feast
Baker and did not want to com. turning It in for cash said for I
I enjoyment pet
ment while the investigation is supporters of ousted Sultan Sey. bll ity of proper sewerage sys.o .
under yld Jamshld Bin Abdulla and Love. tem. Engineers from the State At last' on animal toy thot it truly different; And Other
way. Chewing For
I Prime Minister Mohammed' the situation as extremely deli, Health Department will be con. quickly and eagerly accepted by your pet i Toys DORS
Shamte Hamadi were reported cate. suited before action Is taken.
putting up a fight.
An unidentified third sec
MIAMI. Ha (AI') llumptyOumpty U.S. Consul Frederick p. pic.1 tary of the embassy remainedwith Engineer Turner was granted
I didn't fall from the wall ard, one of the two Americans Picard. a request to attend a meeting

I he was stolen. remaining behind, reported in a The new regime gave permission ., scheduled Friday at Deerfleld TOBACCO GRANULES > .
Alan Rote owner of a mmia conversation with .
telephone for the Manley which was Beach to study beach erosion. ..
lure lair court. aid a SJ73 U.s. Embassy In Dar es Sa. on a goodwill visit!, to nearb, "we'll have problems In this For Garden & Lawns FLEA ,t;.. .:
fiber Ilumpty-Dunipty! drier laam there was sporadic shoot. area" appeared to be a Com.

tion waa taken from hn position beg and looting. Before his con.1 Kenya.bur and to remove enter the Zanzibar Americans har.,, mission consensus in granting S MULCH COLLARS' .'; '
i! top a wall at the course nectlon was cut, he described the request.
Most of them are connected with Insect Natural Control.
I a tracking station for the ProJect # ,
: 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEW!3 Tuesday, January M, 1961 Mercury' satellite program. Plant Food 49c I.A'1

Four Crewmen 50 lb bags

Missing In Jet Reg $2.49 SALE PRICE $1.88] | j ALG.AWAY. 1 .

Bomber Crash I I r.r 0 l..ouIICuIJ ck.r f ar-lrn pod.| I tIm'lIal': uot.hll; ,

.!,.. ami mull.nl con.Knl |pod I .Ir.n.n" Alwdurell 4Selection
See Our hirmlr. lo ',.h .nd plinl.. f,..,. In ..w,
Snow and secrecy deepened today .

on the blizzard.s\tept moun. s. -
lain where an Air Force jet
bomber with a nuclear payload OF

4u crashed In flames FOR DOGS & CATS
? The commander of the big POODLE
B52, MaJ. Thomas E. McC'>r. +
mlck of Yaw k e y, W, Va., ; AND Special TreatUVASNAPS
bailed out before the eightengine 39c

plane smashed into a slopeon TERRIER CHAR-KO.SNAPS
the Appalachian range about 39c
20 miles west of Cumberland.Still C Sweetens stomach aids digestion

missing more than 24 COLLARS Cleans teeth sweetens breath

hours after Monday's predawn TRAINERS (cats like 'em too) 39c
the other four
crash were crew
When your advertising program can be properly preparedby men aboard the plane on a Dog Rewards A Horlick products

the Advertising Staff of the Collier County News. We flight from Wtstover Air Force
Base, Mass., to Turner Air

will be glad to help with complete Force Base, Ga. s
you your program
High > level mllltar authorities /
swarmed into the western i
Maryland hill country during a

CALL US TODAY MI 2-2107 the night to take control of the Ibe
search and the investigation of CEIWTER
i the crash.

':7 11 C.II;... C.,,"'.., advertising\ ; Unscrupulous trippers conduct: =

Dally except Mon &Sat a black market in orangutans. Opposite AC L Depot Large Parking Lot Monday thru Saturday
I department ceiling tht rare primates to 410 Tenth St.,So. Phone M12.2440 7:30 ajn. to 5:30 p.m.
American and European toot for a._
aa much aa O.OOO each