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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Goes West In Seawalls Placed !I Running



Rights FightSEATTLE : At 5 p.m. Tuesday, dead

line for candidates -
filing, two
Wash. (AP- had filed for mayor,
Everywhere went on his five.
state invasion of the West to I r Under Tight Rein seven had filed for the three

/I r preach the gospel of states' ii iii { four-year seats which will be

1 found rights, overflow the Intense crowds.governor They \\i -- vacant, and four had filed

left him flushed with a feeling .. for Archie Turner's unex-

of success. City Council passed an ordl. consider the report in detail at A certified survey, showing pired two-year term
George Corley Wallace Jr., 44, 0i nance this morning requiring all a meeting next Wednesday at 10 the location of the seawall and
a farm boy who became gover. i t tr future applications for seawalls a.m. at City Hall. its relation to adjacent seawalls, Here is the list of candidates
nor of Alabama and an evangelof fronting on the Bay or the Cull After lengthy discussion of the also will have to accompany the
the South, spoke at six unU + to be approved before construe advisability of prepaying water application, according to the new :
versity campuses. ("We had r tion by a registered engineer,, main extension agreements with ordinance's specifications. This
FOR MAYORH.
about 50 invitations but these r.drttt 4I' the Building Department, the city developers, Council authorized survey presumably will show the
were all we could accept.") manager and city engineer, and City Manager Vince Wood to mean hlgh.water markln the case Milton Link
The crowds, mostly students, Council. negotiate such prepayments on i. of Gulf-front seawalls, and the Archie Turner
listened courteously and with Formerly, seawalls merely discount basis, with Council hav. established bulkhead line in the
interest, though with obvious oc. have had to meet Building De. Ing the final .ay.Councilman Carl case of walls on Inland water FOR COUNCIL
castonal disagreement. There partment approval. This morn. Hoffmann's motion also stated
(II.... tour yr '.''''.1)
were BOmeboos. ing's action was the climax to that it would take "unusual clr FORD CONCERNED
Civil rights groups picketed a debate inspired at last week's cum stances" to warrant such Mayor Francis Ford voiced his Mrs. Shirley Beck
wherever Wallace appeared.The meeting by the recent construe prepayments.And concern about "the shallow depthto
Francis Ford
demonstrations were order. THE VISITING NURSES COUNCIL held conducting the meeting were (seated tlon of a seawall on the high Council affirmed the Zoning which seawalls are allowed

ly and peaceful. The governor its annual meeting Monday In the I-r) Mrs. June Taylor, VNPH; Mrs. Britt water line on the beach near and Planning Board recom. lobe constructed," which he said Joel KuperbergElmer
called his Western reception Doctor Pass. mendatlon against rezoning of will hasten undermining. He re. W. LonsdaleMrs.
Health headquarters and Mrs. Pearl Edwards VNPH. Stand.
County Department ,
"courteous and (ferred to the controversial sea.
friendly. The ordinance will be drawnup five lots from residential to
Miller
Wallace made It plain he'll featuring Mrs. Feme H. Britt, nurse ing I-r, Mrs. Thelma Hodges, incoming in final form by City Attorney slngle.famlly on Sixth Street near wall built by Denton Woodward Casey
continue to battle what he calls consultant with the State Board of president; and Mrs. Pauline Jones, Incoming David Eplngler> and present 10th Avenue South. The lots in as one which may not be put Kenneth G. Penny
the dangerous Goliath of a fed Health In of the council. ed at the special meeting Jan. question are owned by Peter Zor. down deep enough to withstand George H. Reardon Jr.
as speaker. Assisting president
oral government grasping for guest uary 29. Passage of It this morn nlk and Theron Ridge.In heavy storms.
totalitarian power ing signaled the end to the week the future, all seawalls in "Now la the time to have this FOR COUNCIL

The majority of the people Plan Talks In 30 Days long moratorium on all seawall the City on the Bay or Gull construction corrected, beforean apparently disagree, but that permits. will riaye to be built of "approv.ed apartment building is put up
., makes no difference to him. He materials," and Council mem. on the lot," the mayor aald. In Robert L. Combs
thinks the world! has gone ahead ACCEPT REPORT berg were In general agreementthat a side comment, Ford remarkedthat Eddie Durno
too fast and it, not the South, is U.S. Panama To Renew r In a rather slow moving for durability and esthetics, the wall "does stick out
James T.
t t out of touch with reality. session, Council favorably ac. the visible portions of Gulf.front there like a sore thumb." Mayfield
Fighting is not new to him. cepted the consulting engineers' seawalls will have to be of ma. Joel Kuperberg and Ford urged H. B. ReederConviction
Nearly 30 years ago he was report declaring that the pro. sonry construction. the new ordinance to cover sea.
amateur bantamweight boxing posed water main extension to walls fronting on theDay as well
champion of his state. In World RelationsPANAMA North Naples and Sea Gate School aa the Gulf. Wood looked at the Of
War II be was a B29 bomber Diplomatic is financially feasible. Council Clears clock and said, "Council meet.
flight engineer. Last year he re. .-. Council also accepted with fa. For ings have been long recently, Billie Sol Estes
slated Integration of the University vor the Joint report of water Way Building but they will get longer and long
of Alabama to a point Just (AP)-The United The canal treaty is the chlei f I cuts the strategic Latin.Amerl' engineers Black, Crow, and Elds. Recreation CenterCity er If we have to dispose of every Upheld By Court
short of violence. States and Panama agreed to. "existing matter." can country In half. Soils h I| ness and Smally, Wellford, and seawall permit Ninety.five out
Wallace carried his crusade day to reestablish diplomatic Informants in Washingtonsaid made clear that Panama ia no t Nalven relating to setting up ofan. of 100 are routine." AUSTIN, Tex (AP) The
Into the West in a state.owned relations "as Quickly u possU a copy of the OAS commu. interested in running the c .. a Naples area water conservation Council today repealeda Archie Turner commented that Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
plane, justifying its use by try. ble" and to open discussions 30 nique received from the UJS al. He stressed, however, thai district. section of the City Building blukhead lines have been es. affirmed today the swindling
Ing to lure new Industry to Ala. days after resumption of relations Embassy in Panama said notn. his government will seek to re' The j Joint city Bounty water Code which conflicts with the tabllshed most of the way aroundthe conviction and elght.year prison
bama. on all issues between the ing about "formal" discussions duce the boundaries of the cone,' committee, chaired by Council Southern Standard Building Bay, But engineer W, R. Wll. sentence for Blllle Sol Estes..
"We've :'already lined up two Jwo countries. between the two aides but that which Is 10 miles wide and ei: member Mrs Casey Miller, will Code, thus clearing the way for son noted that not all the upland The three-man appeals court
branch plants for .our state out The agreement did not specif they had "agreed to begin dls. tends 36 miles from the Caribbean letting of bids on the recreation owners have bought the bottom dealt the former West Texas
of six Industrial, conferences,," legally mention the treaty giving cusslons on all existing mat. .* to the! Pacific. center building. land In the Day between the shore farm financier defeat In the
he said. United-States control of the.. tags ,of any nature" 'affecting ;County Dems Bids will fce advertised! in to- line and'the bulkheal tine row t'fpt: f1t.'J' "(MOri.I" tj at bit It'
But the main purpose of his Panama Canal Zone, which U.s..panama relations 4 morrow's NEWS for opening at ail decided it was! 4 good Idea ')criminal eonvlotrtms.. 'I
eight.day swing was "to bring Panama wants revised. But Its At the outset of the OAS. BALBOA' Canal Zone (CAP) a special meeting on January to Include Bay. rout .seawalls Estes has 19 days to leek a
the message" language made clear this wouldbe sponsored talks Sunday, Panama U.s. a n Jf\ Panamanian flat Name Ad Miller y the ordinance, but made a pointto rehearing from the couri.The .
He kept hammering away at among the Issues to be dls. had insisted that resumptionof were raised side by side at Bi 29th.The exclude those walls which are court Is the highest
two main themes: cussed. diplomatic relations should be boa High School ,today. The'' President City Building Code, as to be built on canals connectedto which can consider appeals of
-The civil rights bill pending Panamanian President Rober.to preceded by a strong UJS. dec.'was applause from both Amei New It was, prohibited wood the Day.Texas. criminal convictions In Texas.
In Congress Is a "federal power Chlari's press officer, Fabian laratlon of intent to review the can and Panamanian witnesses,, construction in commercial or The convictions stem from
grab" which will usurp state 'Velarde, said his government 1903 treaty that gives the Unit. About 300 adults, including a Adlson Bi: Miller of Naples assembly buildings whereasthe eight counts of felony theft In
and local government, and per. would wait awhile, perhaps a ed States perpetual sovereignty handful of Panamanians, ring. was elected and installed as Southern Building Code did Town Plans indictments handed down April
sonal property rights. week, "to let things cool off" over the Canal Zone. The Unit. the front lawn of the school to; president of the Collier County not. The recreation building Ban On Cigarette 29!!, 1962 In Estes' former head.
-The world has been given a before resuming relations with ed States reportedly balked at watch the ceremony.The Democratic Club last nightin designed by Architect William quarters, Pecos, Tex.
distorted picture of the South the United States.He making such a pledge under Shadowlawn School. Other W. Zimmerman Incorporates Smoking, Selling The indictments came four
and its racial problems. said Panama then would pressure student body gatheredthe lie Indicated he may enter the ask a third government to ad. Panama is not expected to sidewalks and at school wi p' were Byron G. Royals of under and, EASTLAND, Tex. (AP) It suddenly arrested Estes. top.
primaries in Oregon, California, vise Washington of the desireto call on the United States to get dews as a high school R01 P Immokalee first vice permissible SDCj may get to be against the law pllng his multlmUUon.dollar fi.
Ohio, Illinois, Maryland and restore relations, which Chi.an out of the Canal Zone, which color guard raised the flags, Dre- after today's action it is allowed but don't expect to see the local nanctal structure. Since then,
New Hampshire "so we can talk broke off at the height of sident! Anthony Rosbaugh, second under the city code., Jail jammed with people caught Estes has become bankrupt. He
about some of the real issues the crisis last weekend. The in. vice- resident I Edna The change had been recom selling or smoking cigarettes in now lives In Abilene, Tex
Involved." termedlary is expected to be Freeze Socks FloridaIn Crlbb Sims, secretary) and mended by the Building Code this west central Texas town. The case was transferred

''I know I can't win," he said, Costa Rica, which was namedto Rhys W. Beatty, treasurer. Board of Adjustments and Ap Mayor Don Plerson add the across the state to Tyler to ...
rout it will give me a chanceto handle Panama's affairs In Directors are L. L. (Doc) peals. City Council docent really ex. cape possible juror prejudice
let the people know what's Washington during the break. Loach, E.H. Tucker,William pect to send anybody to prison- from publicity.
going on-let them know the The agreement was reachedby Key Vegetable Belt Hennlng,Thornas V.Porter,and just wants )hem to quit amok.
dangers they face from the en. Edwin M. Martin, President Sam Heath. Hennlng Is outgoing High Of 47 City Water To Be
croachments of their own gov. Johnson's special envoy, and president. Ing.The
eminent." Panamanian Foreign Minister By CHARLES STAFFORD hived there was considerable Installation: of the officers council passed on first Shut Off 4 HoursIn
Wallace said he will support Galileo Soils, meeting with the Associated Press Writer wood damage to avocado an I was done by Secretary of State Breaks LocalWeather reading Tuesday a proposed or.
dlnance Imposing a three.year
unpledged presidential electorsand peace committee of the Organ. Freezing weather threw a lime trees. Tom Adams who down maximumfine East Naples
came
the South, "tired of being Ization of American States. feint at Florida's mid sectionearly It was the coldest weather or r Marks prison sentence or a
Martin Soils and the OAS d I from Tallahassee to present the of $1,000 for selling clga. City water users east of
kicked around" by both major group today, then socked th e I i the season for the area, an
political parties, will support the had been negotiating since Sun. state below the belt-in the rich, even colder than during the bll goffice club with its charter which his Tuesday's official rettes here. Four voted for it Gordon River will be without
tern
one that "promises the least day night.A vegetable growing areas ol'freeze of December, 1902. had recently Issued. high and one abstained. city water for a four hour period
of 47 In
kicking." communique Issued by the south Florida. Homestead reported a low c f r Chairman of the nominating perature the lowest degrees maximum Naplesis The law would not affect per. early tomorrow morning becauseof
OAS committee said Panama Warren O. Johnson, meteorol., 30 degrees. A grower there tol I committee was Robert Benson here since 1940 record local sons passing through Eastland, installation of a new valve
Forest Ranger and the United States "agreed ogist in charge of the Federal., the frost warning service it appeared of Naples No nominations went weather records, anyway back, II that a town of 3,342. In the main line across the river,
only
to begin formal discussions State Frost Warning Service at the vegetable crops ha I made from the floor' far. go When the proposed ordinancecame necessitated by the frxir.lanlng
Reports 32 FiresThe which will be initiated 30 days Lakeland, said early reportsdlcated In., been wiped out. In presenting the charter tothe On the day of the December to light, local citizen*- of Route 41, east of the dty.
after diplomatic relations are the vegetable areas suf. By contrast, the citrus belt t group,Adams congratulated 1962 freeze the some cf them-wouldn't believeIt. Consumers have been notified
Collier County Fire Con. reestablished of midsection .. mercury got by cards from City Hall
by means rep. Florida's escaped post
freeze.
fered a very severe girding the members low others puffed their cigarettes
on its growth, as as 27 but hit a high of
trol Unit was called out to fight resentatlves who will have sutfl. Perrtne just south of Miami,, damage. Indignantly, that the water will be shut off
,
32 fires during the month of dent powers to discuss without reported a low temperature ol Johnson said the forecast 1 issued .. calling It "phenomenal", 54. Yesterday's low reading w alto ., said from one minute after midnight
due But the the penal.
overcast skies mayor
and bra eJ
In the short of
December and County Ranger limitations all existing mattersof 27 degrees Even more seriousIt ,. Tuesday predicting a hare I span two wind out of the ties in the proposed ordinancewere tonight until 4 o'clock tomorrow,
James M. (Sam) Patterson list any nature which may af. reported the temperature r.., freeze was a good forecast. Th I years and upon a foundation of Frank Davis north not Intended to be en. Thursday morning
A.
ed 24 of the fires as caused by feet the relations between the malned below freezing for 8V4 predicted temperatures, h e I only 14 members you have built the News and proofreaderfor veteran ob. furred "because they are not en. William Savldge, water de.
a
incendiary origin. United States and Panama" hours. Observer 1I.11t they h*., pointed out, were for low group d I this Influential and persuasive server of the Naples weather forceabio." partment head, has Wal ned con.
and many of them were born I organization with but a single scene, said the 47-degree maxl. Texas law limits fines leviedby sumers to take necessary pre.
out by thermometer readings+, goal and that is to make Col.'ller mum was the lowest In 24 years. municipalities to $200 for viDe cautions to protect water heat.
However, the cold temperaturedid County and Florida better Meanwhile, Fort Myers reporteda latlng an ordinance. A* long as era, boilers, compressors once
I 3 not last as long as expecteddue i: place to live under Democratic 48, the lowest maximum there you can pay the fine you don't machines that might be affected
wind by the cut-off.
of the
to a freshening
leadership." within memory, too. have to go to jail.
around
midnight.
Robert W. Rutledge, executivevice -- -- .... ,- '._y ,__. ,. ,u_
president of Florida Cltru.
ea
Mutual, said, "We didn't hay:.
a hard freeze. Our prayers an t + our hopes and our precautionpaid .
off. We can now proceeto market the remaining city.
crop in an orderly manner."
Even though central Florid:a
escaped crop damage, tempera
RnNa'f' lures were cold. Orlando reported .
a minimum of 33, Tampa 27,
Stuart 33, Cltra 22, Fort Myer.
32, Gainesville 21, Ocala 20Sar
asota 29, St. Petersburg 33, an:
Bartow 30. SS.St
North Florida was downrlgr
frigid. Tallahassee had a low II .
I Ir Approximately three fourth.
of the orange crop and abovi t
half of the grapefruit rem ain eel: ,
to be harvested.Mutualofncial. re
said there was considerabl, td .
heating of groves in Lake an fi i e.n
Marlon counties, on the norther. a
edge of the citrus belt.

Crop loss In the Immokalee .- ...--

.., area is estimated at: between COLLIER COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CLUB officers were Loach, director; R, W Beatty, treasurer, and William
---- 25 and 30 cent with
per young
TO GUIDE DESTINIES of Naples Exchange Sweet, president; William L DeyEr- er watermelon, older peppers Installed by Secretary of State; Tom Adams, followingtheir H Henning, retiring president and newly elected

Club for the coming year are mand, vice-president, and Glenn Sen and tomatoes worst hit. Many election last night at the Shadowlawn School, director. Not present for the picture were Byron G.

these three who were Installed at a nett. secretary Not present for the crop growers used smudge pots Left to right they are* Mrs. Edna Cribb Santa, secretary; Royals, first vice-president; Anthony Rosbaugh sec

dinner meeting Monday night at the picture was Russ Stahlman. the treas during chi night and,It is guessed Adams Addison B. Miller president K. G. Penny, end vice-president; E. H. Tucker. director; Porter, and

19th Hole of the Naples Beach Club. urer. (McGrath photo) difference. this might between have a meant major and the who stood in for newly elected director Thomas Vt Sam Heath director. (NEWS photo) Ir

They are from left to right. Vernon minor disaster. Porter who was unable to be present L L. (Doc)

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'f 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, January 15. W4 wcy fei K** '"I,. ..., ,\ ...\ ..'.- -BonitaNews

:By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ," hi :1rr

Mason SuesDurocher Oswald To BeRepresented High Low pr., '

Albany, clear 11 .III
At Albuquerque, clear 28 9 II

Atlanta, clear >3 14 I By RAE WEAR
For Bismarck, snow ,34 C T
Warren HearingFORT Boise, clear 23 6 Commander Don Trew at the

Boston, clear 19 10 semimonthly meeting Friday
WORTH, T.. (AP- Buffalo, cloudy 18 11 .01 night at the Legion Home of John
AlienationMIDDLEBURY A New York lawyer has agreed Chicago, clear 27 19 t Murphy Post No. 303, Bomta
to represent Lee Harvey Os. announced that on Sun. _
Cincinnati, cloudy 24 10 t ,))1R Springs r "
wald accused assassin of .'
Vt. (AP) pres.ident Cleveland, clear IS 12 day, January 26, from one to ;
Kennedy, and will try to Denver, clear 35 2 a, four there will be a barbecue
Leo ,Durocher, Los Angeles
him Innocent his moth-
Dodger baseball coach, has er prove.said Tuesday.The Des Moines, clear 24 7 beef dinner for a donation of 1'
been sued for $150,000 in an mother Mrs. Detroit, clear 27 17 $1.50, or a choice of charcoal
Marguerite Fairbanks, clear 5 .11 broiled chicken.
alienation of affections suit
told that aU'
brought by a local self-em Oswald reporters Fort Worth, cloudy 42 17 Proceeds of this dinner will ..
torney Mark Lane would
appear Helena, clear 29 11 I Y toward the redemption t
ployed mason, Rene Morln of for her dead son before the a t. go
Swanton, Vt.Durocher Honolulu, cloudy 81 73 T d 1 of Indebtedness certificates i
In Vermont over],Investigating special, presidential the assassination.commission Indianapolis, cloudy 22 17 Also, each second and fourth ':;/0;

the weekend to make a speech Lane several weeks sub. Jacksonville, cloudy 40 22 Friday at the Community Hall,
at an American Legion scholar ago Juneau, rain 40 35 .14 I a practice session will be held "
matted a lengthy brief to the
ship fund raising dinner, was commfc ilon headed by Chief.Kansas City, clear 34 23 for the American Legion Youth
arrested and released on $30,000bond Justice Earl, Warren stating; Los Angeles, dear 59 47 Band. This group would also en. :
Louisville clear 27 15 .1 enlisting older members. i'
that Oswald should be defended .;.. .. Joy
His attorney, Lt. Gov. RalphA. \ Mrs. Oswald contends her son Memphis clear J5 18 ::;"., .;. :-: .' .... -.:.\ ..-.jO A total of 137 members have
clear '* tr :
Foote, said there was no as. Is innocent or acted with others Miami, SO M .. ...':iljt paid their 1964 dues to date. De.
..
"
Morln's wife Milwaukee, rlear 21 3Mpls. membership awards
soclatlon with partment
If guilty. Evidence released by ,, .. '" -
Anna, other than that she was indicated ;. .- t.P., dear 21 6 !1(. were given to Commander Trew, \
has
the mother of Carolyn Morin,government Oswald agencies acted alone. New Orleans clear 38 24 "_' ...... ."... ...... _".A,-_" __ ___.. ._ ,--" ------ .. "- '-"- ," ,". Bob Hashbarger, Dick Valpey, ,
who was a receptionist for New York, clear :22 M and Pete Petersen; also an ad. ).1;

Durocher in California.The Okla. City, clear 41 18 THE CIVIL AIR PATROL Group Eight including squad. ditlonal orange cap was awarded Ito

four daughters of Mrs. Omaha, clear 28 11 from and + Bob Hertzog. (,I
Find Of rons Naples, Fort Myers, Punta Gorda Sara.
Morin Issued a statement say. Body Philadelphia, clear 20 2 Clarence Lobenthal made his "f
Phoenix clear sota held a southwest Florida bivouac December 26 "
Ing there was no truth In the 55 24 contribution to the birthday bank
alienation charge, and said that Pittsburgh, clear 17 4 through 29, under the sponsorship of the Naples The recent penny Jar, contain.

the father had "not acted norm. Ptlnd, Me., clear 10 9 squadron. The Is shown here waiting for class ing 2,326 pennies, was awardedto !
Second group
Ptlnd Ore.
ally toward our mother or our. Flyer cloudy 48 39 Frank Milan who expressed
selves for some months. He has Rapid City, cloudy 48 21 instructions by senior members. thanks. Appreciation was ex.
even threatened us physically" Richmond, clear 30 0 T tended to John Raley for the ,}
Miss Morin, who la in her 20s, St. Louis, clear 33 10 Motel Price Signs : Idea t,?
and her three married sisters, From Bomber i Salt Lk. City, clear 174 Probers Won'tCall Permissible Under : I II Forest Clark and Harry Hut. ,/

Jean Hadley, Paula Sharkeyand San Diego, clear 61 40 .08 t tenbrock are the committee ap. f
Elinor White, issued the CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP)- San Fran.clear 57 48 Smothers Florida State Law pointed to have a sign placedon
The body of a second flier from
Seattle rain 45 39 .03 I "
statement through Foote.Morin' l+ the Legion building In order
an Air Force Jet bomber which Tampa, clear 37 33 TALLAHASSEE (AP) Although .
attorney must appearIn that it can be seen from the
dhMw'
court with the complaint in 21 crashed near here Monday was Washington, clear 23 7 In Baker Case the Florida Supreme Beach Road.Presently.
found on an Icecapped moun. Court has knocked down city
Winnipeg, cloudy 20( 15 not
"days x: there are enough
_____ __ WASHINGTON AP) -.-- ,
tain today Only one of the five (Missing) (T.Trace) ( slaws prohibiting motel price trained for a
members firing
''Texas Woman Who crewmen Is still unaccounted investigators said today they'signs: the state enforces a law ,
Florida will make public a record of squad, especially for memorial
for. Five Day Forecast 'setting up restrictions, State Ho. ,
Struck Stevenson Two crew members had been Temperatures will average 1C) Robert G. Baker's financialt 'tel Commissioner Robert A.Rle.I w r1 funerals; therefore an effort is
found alive earlier and another to IS degrees below normal at worth and holdings, but ma'del I says. being made to train more memb.
?.Forfeits $25 Bond had perished on the bllzcard the beginning of the period, with, not go into his income tax re.t The state law permits outdoor ers for this purpose.Anyone will

DALLAS (AP) A Dallas swept slope near the scene of a slow warming trend before It t turns. price signs, he said, but spells ing to serve Is asked to contact
f.womsn accused of striking u.s. the wreckage. turns colder again during the t Nor will the committee ask;: out in specific terms that the the commander or the Egt. at

Ambassador Adlai Stevenson The second body recovered weekend. Sample average dally. Sen. George A. Smathers, D.signs must tell the complete rate Arms Nolan Watkins.
",with a placard here last Octo. was Identified as Maj. RobertL. high and low temperatures will 1 Fla., to testify about his bust.story to protect the traveller The Legion bar is now open

,ber hs forfeited a $25 bond for Payne, 41, of Tulsa, Okla., range from 69 to 43 at Tallahassee .. ness dealings with the former against misleading advertising Thursday, Friday and Saturday

failure to appear and answer navigator: of the BS2 carrying ; 71 to 81! at Tampa; and I Senate aide, said Chairman B. The sign must Include the { 'JJ' ';_- .' from three until (7) and all
court charges. two nuclear weapons. Both 78 to 97 at Miami.Some rain is, Everett Jordan, D.N.C. number of rooms or apartments, bers are invited.

Corporation Court Judge weapons, described as harm.likely Friday or Saturday with!I "We don't need him we're'rates I for each, show whether THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA bivouac held In late December .

Charles Wells ordered the for less In their present state because amounts generally one-half inch,I,not Investigating senators," Jor.'the rates are for single or mul. the Civil Air Patrol directed by this Bank Of NaplesStockholders ,
by was
felture Tuesday for Mrs. Corarederickson. they were not primed, or less. dan told newsmen Tuesday. tiple occupancy, and show the
,.,.)' were found in the wreckage The committee was told Mon.'effective' dates of the rates, Rle. group of officers. From left, they are: Lt. Col. Mar In f
Rogers Reviews day that Baker and Scott I.'del said. Col. Annual MeetingMrs. ,
". Peek former administrative shall Long of Fort Myers, executive officer; Jay
as.sistant
4Js1es : Gulf American'sFinancial to Smathers, had an in.''In And similar all size information and given must equal be Spencer. Naples, commander; Col. Jay Bullington, Mamie Tooke was reelected *

.', State terest with the senator in a real', prominence. Sarasota, commander; Lt Col. Beth Lee, Naples, ad. president of the Bankof

I Walter Rogers public accountant estate venture In Florida. Riedel made the comments utant and Lt Col. Sherry DePont officer. Naples at the annual stock.
Cap and financial advisor Smathers said in a statement| after local ordinances aimed at | ; operations ..ar holders meeting held yesterday))
later he had sold Baker and 1 afternoon.
91 I
prohibiting price signs altoreth-
for the County Commission reviewed Cape LaunchingPads
Peek officials elected in.
for members at a one-eighth interest each 1 er In Daytona Beach and vero Death Penalty Other
yesterday's in his share McSwaln) chairmanof
In
-Ifly JUNK CLIPPS the venture be.Beach were thrown out by the Bulging eluded E. L.
/ meeting the lengthy financial cause they were young men 1 the board Candler A. Brooks,
;
.JThree and a half miles of the Isles for their customary statement of the Gulf Florida Supreme court. With RocketsCAPE Views and
raising families Aides of the 1 DivergeTALLAHASSEE executive vice president
"' The state law has been
pipe have been laid along route winter visit. They will be stayIng American Land Corporation.The senator said Tuesday the landIs 1 held in the state and federal up. KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) cashier; E. H. Frank first vicee

;,,,5951 from the turn-off for the In Al Tatu's duplex on Nassau GALe Is the developerof In Orange County near Malt. courts, he added.Ignores Cape Kennedy's launching (AP) Thi president; and W. Roy Smith', soL .
Jl, new water works on up to about Street for two months. the vast Golden Gate Estates land, Fla.Jordan pads are bulging with rockets special study of Florida's capital cond vice president.d .
half a mile from Mac Ilvane Also here for a winter visit holdings in Collier County said if the Rules Com.mlttee '. primed to Ignite what could bea punishment laws appeared: New appointments as assistant

Bridge. The building which will are Mr. and Mrs.HjC.Kernag- and has pledged upwards of needs any additional Information Shots, banner year In space for the sure today to be a lively one, vice presidents included Anna

house the new pianola. 7$, han of ,Romeo, Mich., They $12 .rmlUon.ia bonds.19 guArantee ; front! \ Smathers, "we '' United States. ''with the' study 'commission']s ,Conety; and Annie L.., Moon; and
; will'get if bUt W will nof'brltft ''Three equledfprhgn.chairman wanting abolish tru I as assistant cashiers, George
feorrlpVted'and wlJO* flhlshadWhen ire:living1 In 'Lt. Cot.'RobertC2rte'r'i J Ikl+joanplaiers j. onJ the ''CrdsheS.'Plgne, are ec
-- the *plant arrives from duplex on Pago Pagi and him In." 'J. 'cine; during th*' list '1 b days'ofJanuary. death penalty and thd'vic'b Hi: Miller and Dorothy F. C U.
drainage road work In the chairman defending it.
The .
committee is Investigating They are the Relay 2 bert.
Arizona about the 20th Drive. The Kernaghans are
jTuscon,
plats filed. whether Baker, who resigned Into UniversitySHAWNEE communications satellite, Jan. At the organizational meetlni' George Allen was re-appoint.
pf this month. This roadside property owners and vacation The Commission,with oppos- Oct. 7 as secretary to 21; the first two-stage test fir.Tuesday, however, both me 1ed trust officer and attorney,
activity Is a welcome sight to here whenever they can. ition from Commissioners Wes the Senate's pledged to take an objectlvi I assistantr
Democratic ma. Okla. (AP) A Ing of Saturn) 1, believed to be and Mrs. Opal Traer,
the' residents of the Isles of Mrs. Al Tatu left today with Downing and A.C. Hancock has Jority, engaged in outside activities former mental patient Ignored the world's mightiest rocket,look at the question, as did othei vice president.

Capri. her sister. Miss Marjorie been accepting bonds on a 60- that conflicted with his police rifle fire and the pleas of Jan. 27; and the planned flightof members of the legislator-lay' Directors Include Mrs. Tooke,
The Isles of Capri Civic Association Moss, for a short visit In Tam 50 per cent bastscorporate and official duties or Involved other the man who taught him to fly the Ranger 6 spacecraft to1 man group appointed by Gov,, Brooks, Frank, McSwain and

met the 7th of Jan pa with relatives. Marjorie surety bonds In equal amounts improprieties and crashed his private plane snap closeup television picturesof Farris Bryant. Smith.
uary. The president reportedon will continue north to her homeIn Rogers In reviewing the fin- The next hearing of the com into a classroom building at Ok. the moon, Jan. 30. Sen. Ed Price of Bradentoi 1\,

the status of current Association Wllllamsvllle. N.Y. ancial statement pointed out mittee Is tentatively set for a lahoma Baptist University Tues The Titan 2 rocket Is being head of the commission, an<, United States farmers use 4
Rep. John Crews of B esker County
week from today.Sukarno for the first flight In
projects. The association Visiting with Pris and Johnny that 1864 "appeared to be a day.The groomed vice chairman, Ion ig per cent of the nation's total
has purchased the Marlnl. Jr. last weekend were ,,crucial year" for the developers pilot, Robert Lawson, 43, this nation's next man.ln.spaceprogram have been on opposite sides 1 t In ktlowatt- tours of electricity each
Inola Okla. killed when Gemini. The
In was Project
street signs. It will take some Nancy PnulnsklandChuckFul- Tokyo this year.
and Indicated he would be the rented single-engine plane launching in March will attemptto question.
work on the part of the mem ]lerton from Hol'ywood and "concerned" In accepting cor- For ConferenceWith ripped a gaping hole in the side hurl a dummy model of the'

bers to get the signs painted. Chlckle Fuller of Mlramar. porate bonds. of Shawnee Hall and burst into two.man spacecraft into orbit.I

The County will erect them. They had good luck with their He said GALe had 1964 commitments Bob KennedyTOKYO flames Two other unmanned launch. You Capture Hearts When You Select

Henry Stevens was appointed fishing catching some nice on notes and mort- (AP)-President su., Lawson had warned author! Ings are scheduled before the I .
chairman of the Publicity Com* snook and trout. gages which will reach near the karno of Indonesia arrived In ties he would crash into the ad. first astronaut orbital mission, VALENTINES
mlttee. Mrs. P.H. Sr. of ministration building. But he set for November. '
Wlnchell ,
$22 million mark and a "cru- Tokyo tonight for talks with
The Isles of Construction Miami Is few left the campus more than 20 These are among 29 space from
Capri spending a days cial year" could develop If land UJS. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken. '
Company has been award at the home of her son and nedy on the Malaysia crisis. years ago and administrative shots scheduled from Cape Ken. (;--.J.r"ID' .
off. Accounts
sales dropped offices were moved eight years nedy in 1964-on average of one ..
ed the
contract for the new his family Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Kennedy Is due here late( '
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wlnchell Jr. receivable give the developers Thursday ago from Shawnee Hall to Thur every 12 days as the National 1 CV"91n'
borrowing power Rogers said' mond Hall. He apparently was Aeronautics and Space Admin. s
Platosh of be built Mr. and Mrs. E.R. and An Indonesian Spokesman
Chicago, to Kemp
but he pointed out GALe had unaware of the move. Istratlon pushes toward a goal
said the
I on lot 211 on Island #2. Construction son from Milwaukee Wise., United States sought
already pledged $50 ml lion of the Officers evacuated Thurmond of a manned lunar landing late "at.the-cuve"
meeting and "we hereto
are
I
will this last week the Isles of
stsn week. spent at Hall, but scores of students In the decade.
receivable for Cove
loans. Crayton
listen Bldg
accounts He said Sukarno had I
MI 2-3849
A new house Is always good Capri Fishing Lodge. They went The Commission took no act- brought no new proposals on were taking final examinationsin This compares with only 10
news, and we extend a sincere fishing dally and ended up with Shawnee Hall. No one else space launchings here in 1863.
Ion on the review of the fin- Malaysia. L
welcome to Mr. and Mrs Pla a very nice mixed catch including war injured.
a pompano. ancial statement Lawson's son, Mike, 21, Is a
? "
tosh.Mr.. and Mrs. VJ;. Clark Ken Parker and Bill Stitt, some visitors this week Mr. No Trace Found student at the college. His for

are back in their Hllo Street of Naples fishing out of the and Mrs. Michael Tots, Of Schooner Lost mer wife, Vashtl, is a Junior Bowlers Clinic
high school teacher here.
home after relatives from Buffalo and
spending the holidays Isles of Capri Fishing Lodge
JACKSONVILLE (AP) No Police fired high-powered
last week In with reds Mrs. Alblna Jurek. Dick's mother
15
came ,
trace has been found of five rifles at the plane as it winged
In Lewlstown. pa. Mr. 12 trout, and several snapper.Mr. from East Amherst, N.Y. persons missing In the Atlantic low over the Student Union and II

Clark was hospitalized during and Mrs.Fred Merrimanof The Totas went over to the** Ocean since they abandoned a angled past a flag pole on its

that time. He Is very much Greensburg, are vacationing east coast for.wb11e.but Dick's sinking schooner 160( miles east ;fatal! run. An autopsy later' CONTINUES AT...
Improved but still has to takeIt at the Isles of Capri mother Is staying with the of Jacksonville, the coast Guard'showed no bullet wounds in Law. A

easy for awhile. The Clarks Marina and Motel this week. Jureks, reported today. son's body.
will stay here till June. The Merrlmans have visited Our three bowling teams all Air and surface craft con. Fred Reese, Shawnee airport

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gastonof here before and they must have ran Into bad luck (or stiff competition tlnued to search for Mr and manager who taught Lawson to
this week. Let Mrs John pelton and his two fly when Lawson was a student Broohslde
Antioch 111., returned to the had good fishing for they watt ) us
I for better children, of Whittier, Calif., and here 24 years ago, said he tried iA.
Isles last week. Their new to try their luck again. hope tidingsnext
de Grabowski of
Capt. Christopher to talk Lawson out It .
I home on fib Street Is not Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jurek had week.

quite finished so they are tem '" : The bookmobile Is back on Bowl
porarily In Bob Dearth's dup- schedule and will be out here

lex on Pelican St. RENEW YOURDRl'lCR'f <= again on Wednesday the 22nd, TV ,.,RADIO

I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wittig t/CfrVXfCt/ between 2:30 and 3:30. at the

I I and son Jlm.from Boulder Junction DURING YOUR J usual place between the

I Wise., have returned to BIRTH MONTH T&r 'f mIL rlna.'l' .. By Televlslon-Radlo CYNTHIA LOWRYAP Writer other nlture! at and the fadeout.It screaming. at each THIS FRIDAY NITE JAN. 17

\ NEW YORK (AP) NBC'S was neither a funny nor in.
,:. ; ," .: .; :, ambitious "Richard Boone terestlng hour. It did however,

.' ,Xir. t '-:- ;-' Show," with talented perform. prove that Boone can learn lines Beginning At 7:30 P.M.
ers, experienced directors and well. He yelled steadily from it art

H scripts by sound professionals, to finish with only time out for

should be a more interesting an. the commercials s Last Nile Of Clinic Friday Jan. 24 0
thology series than it m->1 often An NBC executive, talking up ,
Is. the series last
summer
suggest
All dramatic series have their ed that an "added plus" for the All Bowlers both new and experienced, are urged to take advantage

ups and downs. But this one has series would be viewer curiosityto of these scheduled clinic presented by Harry Sluchelll.a ,
had a disproportionate numberof see what Boone and
mem former professional bowler end member of AMF
downs so far this season. bers of his repertory company Advisory Staff
Tuesday night's program, would be up to from week to and will be assisted by Gene THIman, a well known bowler from

called "The Hooligan," was a week. Indiana
a good illustration. It w.s adapt. As It turned out, it has been
ed-with Ill-advised freedom rather distracting to try to find
from a Chekhov comedy called Harry Morgan behind the nan. Cost Of Attendance
The Bear." The first mistakewas dlebar mustache or Bethel Lea.

to move the Russian writ. lie In a dark wig playing a B. Includes Instruction
er's characters Into the old 10. girt. Each ,

gallon aix-shooter, G-dpopping Instead of really rotating the Shoe
Rental And
:: American wild Wtst. Eta* Boone starring parts, Boone has been 504 Session

: played a terrible tempered getting most of the really mea Bowling
; loudmouth trying to collect ty roles, and some of them Just

.. some bad debts. haven't been _...l# salted to
MIt After about 45 minutes of his talents

steady shouting and not much Recommended tonight: "The
action, our hero met up with a Dai,.., Kaye Show," CBS, 10.11 Brookside Bowl
wL... widow woman who yelled\ back. EST, with Jackie Cooper and
They ft violently la. love and Dorothy Collins. Blvd.
2025 Davis Phone MI 2-6400
laying pipe for water worVs were happily smashing fur




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OOl \\'t'tlllt'RdaJ\ January IS, 1981 COLLir.lt: COUNTY NEWS 3
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CHARLOTTE DL'RNO

i Features Major Works Say how MI 24697 do you like this

nice weather? Wel It's
' -. votc o-o-Kt' better than snow and Ice Isn'tIt
., i ; > ? Have you missed the col-

H) J.tM M-tltll\ umn? I've missed you too..
Old slewfoot jumped on me i

with both feet this past week

New homes houseguests and arrivals of winter and kept me In the bed for Jl

l ,'''regulars" spark the news around town during this In. three days (with six children r
from one to eight, this Isn'teasy
i 1 between: season. ), but the one that raised 1

1t This week Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cochrun: Jr. and Lazarus helped me too, and

fli t heir daughter Linda moved Into their new home in The then If I didn't get a hold of t

I Aoorings. The Cochruns' son, Jim, has returned to his that nasty bug..you know the
one that keeps the bathroom
I tudies at West Virginia Wesleyan. door swinging!

Across the street from the Cochruns, on Putter Point'lace To make a long story short, n

I) Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dreher also moved into their there isn't truth newsbut bless s;

new, home this week. The Drehers are from Grosse Polnte your hearts. If you hadn't call-
ed there wouldn't have been this .
I Farms, Mich., and have been living on East Lake Drivs much.
Ii
1 i4L i for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dohmanand
( Mr and Mrs. Dreher are looking forward to the 25th Mr and Mrs. LaVerne RENEWING OLD ACQUAINTANCES Mrs. Anne Atkinson -

I, \when their good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dinning of Wilson of Pontiac 111., were of Naples (right) and Miss Beverly Wolff chaton

,, etroit I:> arrive. The Dinnings will be at the Sand Castle guests home of this Mr.past and week Mrs.at Paul the the stage at Naples High School following the

until March. Also coming the 25th is Mrs. J. M. Darling Lange of Eighth Avenue South, concert Saturday night. Mrs. Atkinson and Miss Wolff

:of; f Grosse Pointe. Mrs. Darling and Mrs. Dreher have been while making a tour of the Sun were members of the same class at Girls High Schoolin

friends for 40 years and Mr. and Mrs. Darling have a shine state Atlanta, Ga. a few years back. (NEWS photo),
.
Then later Mr. and Mrs.
home on Cove Lane. Charles Fraher and sons of Panhellenic Group Sailor- In JFK
? Mrs. Al Smart Johnston and her mother, Mrs. R. E. Saunemin, 111., stopped en routeto 1

Boylan, arrived over the weekend from Bradford, Pa. Mrs. Key West and spent sometime J Meets Next MondayThe Wins

Johnston will reopen Johnston of Florida for the ninth with the Langes. greater Naples Panhel- Cortege
Mr and Mrs. Loren (Bice) 'enlc hold
----- --- ----- the 16th. Association will Its
eason, tomorrow, Emerick and of Colum- Fan Club
GETTING READY FOR THE PREVIEWto ranged various works of art to be Mrs. Gilbert Butler of Utica, N. Y,, who has vacationed bus Ind. family the regular business meeting on Own
over
were guests Monday January 20, at 7:30
be held Thursday night in the Har. displayed The collection valued at here many times, is at the Beech Club. With heris holidays of his parents and p.m. Hostesses for this meet- WASHINGTON sailor who bore(AP the) -pr4Idntlal A.

mon Gallery, 1258 Third Street, Arthur more than $2 0OOO Is said to be one her daughter Martha Butler, of New York City and sisters Mr. and Mrs. Emer- ing will be Miss Joan Bainbridge young colors in John F. Ken.

Harmon, the owner and director of the of the most valuable in the state of Friday Mrs. Butler's brother, Thomas S. Kearnan arrives son Emerick and Betty and and Mrs. Evelyn Adams. nedy's funeral cortege has won

gallery, was photographed as he ar- Florida. (NEWS photo) from Utica. Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Osceola. It will be held at the homeof himself something of a fan
Others In town for the holidays Mrs. Adams 700 Rudder
The Harmon Gallery opens in ner of a distinguished perma. course, Naples'own William Hen. Mr. and Mrs. Cy James of Eaton, Ohio, are certainly from Indiana were Mr. Road. club.From coast to coast even

Naples Thursday at 1258 Third nent Rood collection. ry Is represented, as he Is In the I classed as Naples regulars. Since selling their home here and Mrs. Flip Patterson of Regular members are utg.d from Canada admirers' have
St. S., with an Invitational preview Visitors will also see palntlii.s Oehlschlaeger Galleries In Sara Jamestown. The Pattersons charter written to 19.year.old Seaman
the Mar-Les each winter attend to the
few they come to to sign
of the opening group ex. from Julio de Diego's "Ar sota. 'II years ago Appren. Edward Nemeth with
visited with their son and family and members and visitorsare
hlbltion. It will thereafter be mada" series featured last ye:1' Harmon promises a season of for three months. new expressions of "well don*."
open to the public dally, except In Time magazine: on the occaslot.one.man> and group exhibitions Also at the Mar-les for the winter are Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs.JamesRoome. Invited a spokesman said. Some sent their letters of
Sunday, from 10 to 5, throughoutthe of the artist first one-man New "perhaps unequaled" In the State And from Mt. Auburn, Ind.. Sue llauber, president may be praise to Secretary of the NavyPaul
season. York show In nine years. One of Florida In 1964. Among artists R.! M. Roy of St. Paul, Minn. And Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dr. and Mrs. Lowell Daffron contacted at Ml2.557Oforfur- B, Nltze who chimed In

Owner. Director Foster Harmon <. of Romano's "Weeping Lincoln" represented inupcornlngone.man 'Lamb, who arrived Sunday from Raleigh, N. C., will stay came to spend the holidays with ther Information. with a formal commendation, of
can point to a long history studies Is Included which re. shows are Jon Corblno, Darrell until March. their son and family Mr. and young Nemeth's "exemplary
of achievement in the fields of: ceived national publicity during Austin, Umberto Romano, John Mrs. Oscar Daffron and Lynn. BoyntonMrs. conduct and appearance,"
the art as well as In business, his famous 1962 exhibitionIn Teyral, Harrison Covington and DUE IN TOWN SOON Last Saturday night Mrs.
a Years as a college professor!, Washington D. C. And, of Karl Zerbe. Expected the first of February are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mullen of Seventh Ave- EmmaLllllanSpalnBoyt. The tall in ,the crewcut Navy sailor was sees only]

( theatre director, broadcasting Leon Munier. The Muniers live on Sutton Place, South, in nue North, was surprised whena ton, 74, died Tuesday night a t by a year millions on television, as he,
executive as well as with the Naples Community Hospital A,
,
birthday came to her marched slowly solemnly and
Sarasota Art Association, the Sunshine Shufflers PlanPirates' New York City. party resident of this city for the pat ,
door. Guests cake alone behind the caisson bear.
their homeon bringing three she made her homi;
Oehlschlaeger Galleries of Sarasota Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Krog returned to years, assassinated
and Chicago, and with the of the and other goodies were Mr and at 073 Fourth Ave. S., movinlhere ring the president's't ,
Rudder Road Friday. The Krogs spend most casket
Mrs. Bill Kearns Mr.and 't
Mrs.
Rlmcllng Museum of Art, have from Mlnntapolli, Mini tI
given him a background for launch,. Ball On SaturdayRay year here, going to Nantucket, Mass., for the fall and Larry Anderson of Warwick, A graduate of the Unlverslt:r Judging by some of the let.
trig his new adventure in art.. holiday season. RJ.j; Mrs. Mullen's father-In of Minnesota, Mrs Boynton haiaught d I tern he and the Navy have since
For good measure, he and Mrs. law Warren Mullen and Harold t: school In that state for received, he somehow exempli
Harmon have spent a large shareof Castle called for the Sun. had to do with the"Pirates Bal l Mrs. Frank Dutrow is due this week from Hagers- Mullen, many years. fled the poignancy of the event.

the past 10 years haunting the shine Shufflers last Saturday next Saturday, but three new town, Md. She will stay for a while with her son-ln-law City elections are coming up She Is survived by her hu+., From Napa, Calif., one man

major art museum sand galleries night for more than 50 dancers members were elected Lucy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Koliopulos, before move soon so let's be sure and elect I)and, Bruce Boynton, Sr. of Na. w rut er "Many of us will long
throughout the world. With few Most Naples square dancers are Shananberger, and Rex and Lu. I plea| three sons,Dr,Bruce Doyn. remember you, tall, straight,
exceptions, the noted artists re. graduates of Castle's classes cllle Polley, all of Naples. ing Into her apartment in the Larchmont.Mrs. the proper city fathers for ton Jr of Naples, Howard L.i light of step, marching with
presented in the gallery are all He also called Tuesday, the final The Pirates Ball Saturday,Jan Arthur Reid, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Iset our town. Take care-- Boynton of Duluth Minn., an d I such poise and dignity."
personal friends of the Harmons. session of the beginners' class,, uary 18, will start at noon with )her home on Fourth Avenue, North, end has as her and we'll see you around town. Howard C. 11111 Boynton of Na
The original work of such dls.Ungulshed. followed by the usual workshop the registration of oul.of-town plesJ) two daughters; Mrs. Luc;]y LADIES
!< names In the art(wor&das .where,m advanced. figures aretaught. .. dancers on the Poop Deck, at |ueiVA'KJ}+ G l ad't", ?r'c\arEV' .t:Ars., Prldrjam; who' ajso .No-Meet' ., Tonight. Jane Hill of Oakland Calif., an> Eugene-B rman, Umberto Romano .. ., II... 'oi; the Stewart Motel. Dancing be lives iri ToVcmtoiirbl'here' for two weeks. Mrs. Julia HUlebrand of Uric' t
A new beginners class startsat gins at the Naples Womans Club Of Writers' Group TONITE
John Rood, Richard Flor.
of
Detroit visitingthe
Arthur Bassett Jr.
7 Jan. at 2 with Bill Mr. and Mrs. are Mo.Funeral
p.m. Tuesday evening, p.m., Muench and
shelm, Leon Golub Ben Stahl, Members of the Naples WrU arrangements an Post 1 /
Louis Bosa, Julio de Diego Iver uary 21, jointly sponsored by the Mel Clark conducting a workshop., senior Bassetts of the Reef Club for 10 days Last ters' Forum will not hold their pending at the Earl G. lodge( Time
Rose Jon Corblno Darrell Austin Sunshine Shufflers and the Re. Dancers may also register there, and dinner Funeral Chapel. 8:15
night Mr. Mrs. M. A. Hedgcock, gave a party regularly scheduled meeting to.
creation Department of the Cityof The main event starts at 8
Syd Solomon; Karl Zerbe, due to the absence of Mrs.
South. night
Naples. All those who would p.m. at the Woman's Club, with for the Bassetts at their home on Third Street, .f lash. Spines
and
Farnsworth '
Jerry
many Luxem of the
Phyllis president
others. Including Florida's like to get In on this activity the overflow dancing at the Shuf. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tschergi have returned to their group from the,city tonight. HOOVER SPEAKS OUT DOGRACES/
are Invited to be at Shufflers' flers' Hall. Muench and Clark SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -
noted and sculptor a l here for 10
most
painters home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. They were The nt regular meeting will FBI director J. Edgar hove
Hall, Naples Federal Savings will be In charge of the
will be regularly squar
now seen
be at 7JO o'clock
Wednesday
in the new fine arts gallery.A Building 900 Fifth Ave. S. The dance calling, with Frances and days visiting Mr. and Mrs. William J. Barron, of the night, January 22, at the Naples says that materialism, more thai n
number of prize winning class Is over at 8:30, and there Verne Junk In, of Lakeland In Mansion House. Woman's' Club. anything else, II I "reiponiibl,e
will be some experienced dan. charge of the round dancing.John for the obiervibl deteriorate U.S. 41 North
works are In the opening ex.hlbition
Winifred
And Miss Jane Chalfant and Miss Sharpe "
Including "Evening cers on hand to assist Castle Donelly chief Pirate of Palm "Stop" Sign Mean STOP inbtilc moril,
Colors" by Robert McFarland by dancing with the novices. Fol. Bay will be on hand to lend lire staying In Mr. and Mrs. Lombard Squire's home on Net- .

winner of the Painting of Dls. lowing from 8:30: to 11 p.m., his experience with the four pre. DO'S walk The Squires are expected some time In March
Unction Award In the 1962 Paint. will be the usual workshop. ceding Pirates Balls held on the from West Chester Pa.
,
East Coast in 1963.
ing of the Year National Exhibl.
tlon In Atlanta, just returned froma PIRATE'S BALLOn Ray Chappell is in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bell have always vacationed on

national tour of major museums Monday night the Shufflers the entertainment numbers, Florida's east coast. This year they have come to Naples
met for their January business Include treasure hunts
which ,
Lion sponsored Elden by the Rowland's Mead Corpora."Tioga session. President Harold Gla. dancing under the North Star, end have taken Mrs. Irene Klauder's guest house for

Pass" won first price in the zer presided, with secretary dancing over the Equator, walk. the season. The Bells live in Swarthmore, Pa. Ion

Manatee Art Center's Members Shirley Kornbau taking the ing the plank and others. Mrs. R. J. Cooper, 19th Avenue, South, and her are Invited.
Annual Exhibition for 1963. minutes Most of the business Jack Randall is in charge of .
George Holschuh's sculpture decorations, and isbelng assisted laughter, Mrs. Franklin Shannon, have arrived. They

"Textured Copper Figure" recently by Miss Virginia Evans, a Na. drove down from Bradford, Pa., stopping en route to

won first prize at the Billy Graham'sAssociate pies artist, who has designed see another daughter, Mrs. Donna Boyle in Delray Beach It's
Association of Florida Sculptors many of the sets of the Naples
Annual Exhibition InSarasota. Players Fred Decker Is in BETTER THAN OTHER SPOTS

Frank Colson's ceramic vase Will charge of the construction workin For those of us here most of the year it is hard to a Our

was another first prize winner In connection with the decor see much good in our current weather conditions, but

the 1963 Exhibition Annual Florida at the Ringllng Craft.men's Speak In Naples tlons. THE SIGN people> coming from the north find it easy to do the 9th

Museum of Art. Syd Solomon's Rev. Joseph D. Blinco, an The skull and crossbones will Pollyanna bit Like Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benedum who just

"Nightshades" was an award win. ordained British Methodist fly over the Woman's Club, a week ago were experiencing sub zero weather In Pitts
ner In the Annual Southeastern minister and since 1955 an the Shufflers' Hall, and the se. until ConsecutiveSeason
home
The Benedums in their Port Royal
Exhibition In Atlanta In 1962. associate evangelist with the veral motels where the out.of. burgh. are

Paintings by Karl Zerbe have Graham team will be the town delegations are staying.The May
Just returned from internatlon. Billy from Sun- Snack Bar, operated by Joe Ruoc. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kolbe enter
al tour major museums and unl. guest speaker dally chlo, one of the club members,
versltles sponsored by the Ford day February 2 through Fri- has been rechristened Pirates lined 40 guests for cocktails: to welcome Dr. and Mrs.

Foundation. Rood sculpture Is day Ferbuary 7 at the Naples Galley for the occasion. Nelson Brown who just arrived from Syracuse. Dr.

fresh from a major one.man First Methodist Church. The registration badges con. Brown is retired dean of Syracuse University and was
Rood exhibition at the WalkerArt Activities on February 2 win slat of real sea horses, gilded
Center In Minneapolis, ow.:. start with Men's breakfast at and mounted on a suitable back one of Mr. Kolb's professors when he was a student
1:30 a.m. followed by church plate, with a safety clasp for at 1 the university. Dr. Brown also has a world-wide reputation We are opening our doors again to-

I services at8:45, s.m.,9:45: a.m., pinning to the clothing.will be as an authority on forestry. He directed the Installation day for our ninth year We cordially .
A buffet supper served
Exclusive at R&R and 11 a.m., M.Y.F. supper and acted'
to the dancers during the of the Roosevelt Christmas tree farm, and has
6 and a"Youthnight" I all'our friends
to
at invite good
pjn.
Our SpecUlIndividuality program service at evening Including ham, potato in i an advisory capacity in several foreign countries.The .
evening
salad baked beans, pickles, Club all when they entertain their' hello the latest
out
and
7:30 p.m. celery, slaw, bread, cake, cook Rotary goes stop by, say see .
On Monday February 3, tea and coffee ladieDr.. Richard Brashear, chairman, personally called'

'In through Friday, February, at Most of the dancers will be each Rotary Ann to invite her for cocktails and dinner fashions we have brought for you.
7 each morning rolls and coffee wearing pirate costumes. Just
the Beach Club. There will also be
the dressed should Thursday night at
will be served in soc what a well pirate
Gifts lal hall followed by a prayer wear will be left up to the indl. entertainment provided by a barbershop quartet and a

Beginning at 12 service. On Wednesday night, vtdual, but it is likely that Naples group of Hawaiian dancers.
February 5, a fellowship supper will see plenty of eye patches,

Interiors Is planned at 6 p.m. Spanish boots, ragged shorts,and will receive (1)I) the pleasureof !
silver earrings next Saturday Olsen To Talk Open Today
Expreiting You Prayer groups have been set afternoon and evening. hearing an Interesting and .
up to meet at 7:30 Monday nightsIn President Glazer would not At Meeting Of educational address by Olsen and
the home of Mrs. Royal (2) a one year membership in
FurnitureImports state just how late the dance Historical Group
the Collier County Historical So.
Ranney, 150 Fifth Ave. N.; on would last, but tilt Is like some
Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. In the of the other afflars the Shuffl. 8J Olsen vertebrate paleon, ciety ,
Wesley Chapel; at 9 a.m. with ers have nad in the past 2 a.m. tologlsl, Florida Geological Sur. Olsen was for 12 years on the i iI ii
staff of Museum of Compara.
Gallery the
Mrs. M.E. Weatherly 134211 would be a good guess, with per. vey, will address the regular Unto
tlve Zoology Harvard
meeting of the Collier( County ,
Lithographs St. N. at 9:30 ajn. with Mrs haps dancing in swimming pools verslty. His address here will be
Historical
Society on Monday, i
James Taylor. 518 21 Ave. S.;: the next morning January 20, at 8 p.m al the Foill Vertebrates of Florida,"
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at 9:30 ajm. with Mr. and Mrs. Woman's Club, it was announc. Hamlln said
Jr.e. M.T. Barnes Carribbean Dr., BI-LINGUAL PROBLEM when ed yesterday by Fred Hamlln Olsen illustrates his talk with
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Pine Ridge at ';30 p.m. with MIAMI. Fla -horn Historical Society president Oi. olor: slide, and Hamlin said
Orlando Honeh Jr. was in
Mrs. E. P. Everhard Plant sen makes his headquarters In those who have heard him at
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):tJ ... MA.. ation Apts., Third Avenue SOl Miami hi* brother of Cubeoil moaned parent Tall ah as SM.Historical. Miami and other places .have I
praised the performance.All
and Second Street, S. "Now ae won't t>* able to talk Society members vl.l.
and
Collier CounUan.
Third SU So. Naples On Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. to hit bccmiM he' an Ameri and all Collier Countlrxilitereited historical, '
1290 in the hlstor, of thearea tors Interested in t( 1190 Third Street SouthIIIYltatlonal
Old R.R. Station. at the church; on Thursdays at can. 'II"" and speaks can "1101 two buO. witha matters, are Invited to attend u 1 1"t
Pctotkcjr, ygkhiganMember 7 a.m. In Wesley Chapel; at Orlando i $1 bill" if they attend the and enjoy the meeting Hamlln

9 aj7i. with Mrs.William Kepp only His Spanish.COM MhouCuban meeting, President Hamlln said. added. __ _ _
165 10 A.e. S. and at 8 pjn. hrort r. and< oilier speak ThoM attending will be asked hen th. lane "floor" I I. ud
American Inttltut with Mr. and Mrs. Wll Urn fluent English, as well .n to cifitrlbut: one dollar at the slope in a recipe. il usually
Interior DetI6MfI Qujyle, 586 Yucca Rd Spanmrt. door, but for the contribution: they refer to H-purpoM flour.

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Grahams 16 <*0s FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY
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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 15, 1964 NEW YORK (AP to be truly successful
Hollywood' eligible
share the sentiments of just a nice arrangement-
ChaklrU It looks like a to be the) most Important ,

I A Salute To City Council Candidates 1 1i te Leap seeking Year maidens.for America's In If anything the life else of both becomes per. t.

"I wouldn't want to important, even a career, r
and to serve fellow citizens if it is trill falter In mean. I
The 11 persons, nine men two ingness my life unmarried but marrlai
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who have offered their servicesto their wish. now I'm not looking for :
women, has a quick
.f he
this fact 11 candi -I'm not even going .
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Despite strange
the community by qualifying as can laid the handsome young of humor, Chakirls lJ a

didates for City Council, certainly deserve dates are now lined-up to race for five t who has been a No. 1 ", seltquestlonlng man I

commendation and thanks for council jobs one of which will be themayor's r monlal target since he Is less Impressed than his I

none of which pays even the s .r'4t Oscar two years ago. with his relatively quick to I I

two Firstly reasons.It Is obvious that only five of minimum $1.25 par hour required for want"I to haven't marry,met" he anyone said. to as stardom.a many.faceted He wants per I \

the most menial job. However, quite a 'Marriage Is too -a singer, a dancer, an i,
the 11 can win and nobody particularly with the It Isn't .
jobs. thing.
bit of browbeating goes v
likes to lose a race of any kind. just happen to be In the is one of seven children, I !
That's why we say council candidates t t 1 his father-Chakirls Is of I '
tor. R's something you
Secondly It Is an unhappy fact that had hard I
a
deserve commendation and thanks for descent -
be sure about, and I I
running for elective -office hereaboutsIs if elected. to make a mistake." making a living for them
to serve l'1
calculated to enhance the ofa offering : It Isn't that Chaklrlf, ratlnC a restaurant, run q 1
not ego >
than obvious of firm and
It is more course, cently returned from a small produce ,
candidate. A group of people that has that some of the candidates are not as after completing his sixth a laundry truck. .
only high praise and kind words for a hasn't the Is well aware of the '
wish given
well qualified as we might of the enter 'j :
perils
person on Monday will on Tuesday, whenit but one can only hops and trust that ,1 consideration. At deal 29 world, and how they t l
thought a great I
becomes known:) that the person has 1if cause one to lose his
er
will 4 be
local voters on February perceptive I \ rlage-and divorce.
qualified as a candidate for elective of. this and for s "Let's face It-life Is II v
to vote
enough see
changing
always
It's too precious are
and novelty.
five, frequently have some cutting those candidates who, fortunately for around with. You can't this business," he said.

derogatory remarks about tha office- the future welfare of the community, are /7 lightly" he said. dealing" fundamentally .i

seeker they had praised so highly the and "It Is very difficult fickleness. I
capable of serving ably effectively. to
doesn't seam likely
to live a long
people
before. The Dr. of Monday
Jekyll
day But capable or Incapable, any per. gether harmoniously. I George Chakirls. He Is
becomes Mr. Hyde on Tu,. day actor who doesn't do
quickly
son with enough civic spirit to want a mean just being young
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$25 cash and with each other. I want on his press clippings to i1
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simply by paying
council seat should credit for it Can
get him who he really .
amiability in marriage.
the best of Intentions, signifying a will didates salute ., .. ::8 .x'H'. :'
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can be little doubt that the tion thereof, which means the eight counties c TODAY I"I ::

Twelfth Judicial Circuit, of which Collier must have at least 275,001 popula f

County is a part, can well use another tion. The most recent estimate of the i BY THE PRESS

judge. The five fudges now serving hive Economic and Business Research Bureauof

more cases than they can, or should, the University of Florida placed the committee
1m aid study -
handle eight-county population at slightly over : \' WASHINGTON (AP) scheduled for Wednes. j

Gov. Bryant has appointed a commis- 302,000.In news from Washington: i,
DIRKSEN; FORMULA: no reason was given
sion to determine whether the current view of this, there seems little leader members
i jt ate Republican the delay some ,
population of the eight-county circuit room for doubt that the commission will I M. Dlrksen of Illinois Undersecretary of 5

justifies the appointment!= of another find a sixth judgeship more than justified up with the "Dirksen George W, Ball and Thorn.
for alerting American Mann assistant secretary
judge. Circuits are allowed a judgeship which will be good news for ,' ers that It is "their for, Inter.American af.

for each 50,000 population or major frac the area. ; Congress spends.It have been busy In recent 1
will take the form with the Panama crisis. 1
t--- "' ''''''' .J.i3SS.&I. ...&.u amendment which he

if..'>:W. 4fit.rtti \1?: .!{iI"_{ I'I'-.1111-, .i.jl J_( .J' u will offer to all future ADVISER: Presl. I

; -SCENIC SOUTH nation and Johnson has nominated

.r..ear _.a.az.. ; ... to spell out that the Donald F. Horn!;, former
to be spent "from the of chemistry at
Another of Collier County's Many Outstanding AttractionsWASHINGTON supplied by the University, as direo

..._, ._ .. _. ...,,_.__ of the Office of Science 'I
.. . e -v.xewex eeaaas aow ytw w awroo-yae e .aws rn.n veero "
.. . .. : CIGARETTE ADS: Technology.
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OPHNOH I IZ1aot'toeripf2ivipg' :atiux .iaw.e0ti Y mFv an h+ .. ,.
I. eral Trade CONFERENCES!: Re. ,
AND made no major Rep. Frank Horton of
: PET DOCTOR whether it will take York wants to know why

SMALL BUSINESS ay A. W. M.lUr, D.V.M. regard to cigarette Johnson has held no '
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.; ; Razor Sharpen... ,-.....0'1 ,. '''(j 1 f rheMNefi2Yetk 'J.1m -news conferences. ,
a C WILSON HARDERLargely 11 died a story{;Tuesday aTlfousirspiech-TueSday-; : : ::
Fun U like Insurance-the older you When dieting, alaI" tongue generally said the commission : said ho was concerned
get the more It costs becomes waspish long before ber waist get the cigarette a "news lockout at the
unnoticed Congress of the year, the tax would have
-THE: ABCOLA (Xu.) JUSCOJUVHOUOD: does. LEDGES has passed a bill which in affect I to be 8% of the payroll. change the whole tone of House." He said the
TBC BAUJNGEB (TEXAS)
does not require certain o vertlslng. people were anxious
tofr to meet the high costsof higher taxea assessed againstthe was studying the news conferences such

A Matter of Economy Second-Hand Danger unemployment payments to payroll of all employers, that he didn't know held by the late Presi.
reimburse the Federal government even those who have practically II would complete Us work. John F, Kennedy.
A fool at his money are soon parted. Truth has only to change hands a few to for these the plans.California extra. contributions : no turnover rate. The Federal said Dec. 18 he
After all has no better than the rest government contributes to FOREIGN AID No
times to become fiction. 5 : to vary his news con.
of us. -THE INDUNOLA (( RECORD-HRAID each state raised In by addition the states to taxing the. line has been set for the and that some would be
-THe DANVILLE: (VX) COMMERCIAL: ArrtAt AND TaiBVNCI !: a leader In 4 t money the employer, by President Johnson's .
welfare payments
-ftif was eel
But California was In trouble
one of the
states affect- Due to the unions constantly a
ed. Thismakes pushing up and up the wages
that must be paid to these lea.Jon.1 t
an In- .
terestingeasestudy workers unemployment t
also in
payments to them
.5. created Q. Can you all me what to (KENYA received last
others month and immediately
ITEMS CLIPPED eecThus
say FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSMANY As prevlC.. W. Harder do for a robbit with sore ears? issued a
ously pointed out, in the food for the Federal government I have putting sweet oil In Id which new stamps entitled"UIIURU"
processing industries unemployment to get back the moneyIt The stamps depict
the same for all those seeking It.- checks are sent to has paid out In extra funds ears but it doesn't help. David local industry and Some of the designs
lo California. It would be incumbent LeFever Churubuico.
the students, housewives and
show cattle
Record ranching ._.. heavy industrv.___
DON'T WANT TO WORK St. Augustine other seasonal employees who on the California state H n"
only work during the summer government to raise the maximum A.. Sort con In rabbit art not un fishing industry, new
of
The United States Chamber flat, coffee Industry
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rtr on employers.This
season and want nr year I and touted by
common or. usually
MILK!
Commerce has come up with some Interesting DRINK LESS around steady job. Of course, .e mil... Unl... kill these little poro- industry, The lowest
you
Central Florida's milk monopolj the payroll taxes paid by the of course would create I and the highest 20
figures on unemploymentIn employers Is of necessity added lubtimtlal embarrassment to sites the ton will n vtr healcolllplo' acesPostmaster
the United States from which it would have the milk commission believe to tho cost of tho product. the state government, especially ly Sweet oil won't kill, me mlle, Try General

concludes that the lack of desire to that Orlando and Winter Park eel it It become public knowledge this: Got' a 23 per ctnl omulilon of Cronouski has .
to recent! Food canning I I" a blf California that the tax Increases boniyl.btmoale "from your druggist the 1964 stamp in the
patrons not objecting .
work may have as great a bearingon are Industry The seasonal Acre' necessary to keep sending Clean th. eartlll tho o".nillg and apply art*" series will be a

the high number of jobless persons price increases. We have news for workers after the receive fanning up season to S3 weeks end pie checks who do for not 39 want weeks to to work1'1I''pt peo th..mul.ion, being careful not to got' tion of a painting! by

them. There Is dissatisfaction. ony In your eyes or the' robbit'l eyet Marion Russell who I I.
In the nation as the much publi- unemployment <'he<'k. event I r during the lI'unn.
cized One of our readers phoned las though they have no Intention eec Nest morning cUan th. art and apply regarded aa one of the
scarcity of jobs. of working the rest n( the Thus, like the eleventh Caw a little more of th. medicine.' Do artists of the Old West.
The Chamber points out tiat theaverage week to suggest that If nothing else year Thus, the food canning airy used to sweep across the hit twice a week until ,the Sort ore multicolored stamp will

unemployment rate for the can be done, patrons could band to Industry I. In affect jiving the Western plains to save the ett-. healed and the mites gono There oreo first-day ceremonies in .. of Multsn Thermal
seasonal employees a guaranteed lees from having their scalps Falls, Mont., the Station These words also
milk for :
and "drink less a numb.r of commercial preparation
United States Is 4.8 per cent How- gether annual wage, lifted the Congress, armed Russell, on March 19. It on the 13 pans stamp.
time." eel with the t'.S.' Treasury, swept on the market which contain 'the drug people in Pakistan
ever the figures are further broken the 100th anniversary are proud
,
mentioned obove. Be careful cleanIng -
The In California the Sierras to
dinners pay cross prevent this new station since
That's mighty drastic step artist's birth. He power
down to a 13.1 per cent rate for teen- a the maximum unemployment scalps from being lifted In the ears that you do not Injure the was will generate the
Yet It may be the only one that wit 1 Insurnnee rate permitted by Sacramento. It In a truly touching delicate membrane U..acotton.lipped same year that Montana power to run
aged boys. 12.7 for teenaged girls, as well to
as provide
a territory. The Russell
law which At present is 3.3*: display of the principle of
6.4 for married women and 8.8 per bring the milk people to their senses of the payroll Yet economists '"all for one, and one for all" swab 'for this job will be the fourth in the heat and cool air to thou-

cent for single men over 20. Just how helpless consumer 6 In the canning Industry have m long as the employers 'oodronIUmf'f. (Von 11I0"c'"d your question .rt..eri..which began homes. in. West. Pakistan
las t found if the ('II"n'r'lI'J'C I[ *, and all nther taxpayers to Dr Mollcr In. cart of. ,Ihixpaper / with "The Smoke e
.in Florida was pointed up
With all these separate cate- are taxed on their l'a"rll11 a miffl- font the bill. There I la i iCOLLIER Frederic Remington. In

gories well above the national aver- Friday when another of the foe I dent amount to rtut| the nothing that cannot be sccomItllnhed '' stamp' featured Winslow Belgium has announced the
amounts handed nut to the sce. If the public can be : ':' : I'I of a semiposul with
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of price-fixing resigned from th e< : : 1 :,: ; ,,, i seascape, "Breezing Up.
age and the rate for married men- aonal workers during the rest routed deeply' ennuajh. \ "" ,, additional
proceeds going to
milk commission. Mrs. Charlotte '\ ".".....1 ......." .k,f ,..", !. ''II, .. yearitwsa a drawing of
not separated from their wives-at -- COUNTY NEWS jays by John J. Audubon. tuberculosis fund In that
2.8 the Chamber concludes Tomlison of Lake Wales told Gov see. try. The new stamps show
cent
per i; THIS CURIOUS WORLD
works of the noted artist
that incentive may have some bear- ernor Bryant it was a good time to MICHAEL CHANCE Edit.-Publlshe r Pakistan has issued .
THOMAS
HAVER.
Edlto
Associate r stamp featuring the
ing on the number of persona not her to quit. MARSHALL WYATT. Adv Manage r .ase
be Evidently she concluded ShE I JOHNNY HENRY HOFFMAN Mech. Supt
It
working. Teenagers, says may
LESLIE BOOEEN. Circulation Mgr On the last day of 1963 the
looking for jobs but not really pressIng could do nothing to protect milt. APPtES D MRS LOUISE DOUG. Office Mgr isnued two stamps

because they are usually livingat consumers. The governor must haVE agreed. lIe praised her as an"effect % JONATHAN CHAPMAHTRAVCLCO the Collier, County Publnhlng. Co. inauguration of the late
married ?
with their
home .
parents; TMPJOUGHWHVRIVtR Inc 741 Twelfth, Street South NeE Magssysay, third
presi
>. ,
Fie JJJ40 .
ive advocate. Mad address P. O
women who for the most part do TI ATRWRY H t t OX setaTelephone of the Phillipmes. This ia

not find outside work an 80lutenece'B8lty. What sort of double talk Is that,, 111E SAY AHD Poeleia.Dl' PtA1eTTO Sr department' Midway HOT for el I second stamp in the aeries

tend to be choosy about, governor? Milk Is selling here foi Axwu soar < e eSubscription .Rate popularize Philippine expressions presidents Issued The 6

the type of work they will accept five to six cents a quart more thai: HB VM NTO MB aimSfil veNt $1 h By terrier. or mall, payable I If and the 30 sentimo

and many single men have no great a profitable price. ID HAVt SCWCTMNd J .d".nco.Ono Year III. Six Month. j;.M. t>t-teii i| tKOfdi el I the.. set feature the words "I be.
of Another form of "drastic" actioncould L AuoasTAHMEATAND Three Month (175. Thi bin lot Miiuuwi utioneid' i that he who has less in
Incentive to exhaust all avenues FISH TO rAT. TREES Member of The Associated Press, should have more in law,"
employment.The be for voters to ask all can LI Of Mf MAMDNa draw which 11, entitled exclusively to the LOUIE, LOUIE, Kln.
possible CMIR AN ARIA OP use for republicetion of ell local' THERE I'VE SAID
the didates for the coming legislature I a news Items printed 'In this paper ei
family breadwinner with /Oa OOO.PQU4 OfOf well es ell.. AP newt dispetchet., AGAIN, VintonPOPSICLES
true incentive for earning moneyto how they feel about price-fixing milt svur. Entered es second el... matter el AND
the Pat Office, at Naples' Florida,
teed and shelter his wife and commissions. under Act of March 1. 1197. CLES Murmelds) Economic' Definitions

-- childrenreflects this need In the If enough definite promises arE. I SURF IN' BIRD, emeritus professor at
FORGET HIM, !Ryelell University in Cali
commission will 0
fact ot'a 97.7 employment rate a obtained, the gc DOMINIQUE Jeeur $ has developed the fol

figure well above the national average down the drain and milk will return l What Was That THE NITTY GRITTY economic definitions:

,and certainly indicative of a to a fair and proper price. British soldiers have a new HEY LITTLE is when the man

Tell the candidates you want tc, 1.Imnt llnRIOaROx I solution called monoethano- Chare'sSINCE I FELL FOR door to you bees his

much. ,Jower national jobless figure drink more milk, not less.-Orlandc, KNOT wwesaaAumoftmaf AFRICA, chemical lamine I that sesauisulphite keeps creasesin a Welch DRAG CITY, Jon & ; your depression Job; ,panic when when you
OATT Iris CVKAKI a.
If the need and desire for work were Corner Cupboard. THAN hE OtACK ftM MO. trousers. your wife loses her job.6t .





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-:-=: WeJneiiday January 15, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7



I t :J;... 2.O' CountyBusiness It EGLEWS

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s.. iORNER

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.I.'r In routine county business the '
I By MARION 8ORENSEN"j'i
county commissioners to session I

,, ye.tv: Ix .". )pted for filing the .eeee.eee.eeSee eC . . !,

... >-- .-- ,""" resignation William H.Hennlne .i _____
'-"'- -'----'--- ---
who has been building superinten.dent .

LOCAL RATES of the government complex .

CALL since It opened In September Frances Fltzek 178 Irene Knight ,.'h.n.thl; ) wool' from' Bonltaprlngs ..
g; Collier ,
time
It's tournament
County J\.w.\ I NUMBER OF TIMES 1962. Southwest Florida Bowling As. 174, Julie Chesser 167, Etta. 6Gray1 Business Men, led by

Hennlng asked that the resigns :buck Martin 548-100. Rex Polly
and Katie Johnson 184 t
t PUBLISHED WORDS I 2 3 4 5 I 7 8 soclatlon tournament will beheldat ,
DAILY Midway tion be effective as of FebrauryIS. Lucille Lord 161 Georgia Pear .t'a new high Individual ser
I I 12 to 11 .70140 2.10 t48tlO S.724.20 4040U He announced he "wai Bowler am a Lanes In Port ,
.
(Except Monday & man 160 Margaret Bickford 147 I ss for the league as he rolled
r Saturday) I to 2O90l.S_ 2O312 us U04:5n.s.: seriously considering being a Charlotte February 29, through 11,is first 600. Rex listed games
132.
Naplet Collier/ and Bobble "lefty" Hendrix
I! County Florida 2-2107 I 20 to U 1.10 2:2r3.3r'8ori.1ri.6o"6.oo: : : : candidate for a seat on the Com. March 8. All entries are to BANTAM KITTENS *. Terry )I 191-211-220 for a 632. Buck

__ Ti'i)2S-UOa 60 3"0 4040 S.JS-S.60-US-UO: mission In the May primaries.". be Entries sent to close Vic Marasa February, manager.9,1904.Entry Kllngler was high for the day J'erry threw a 566-204. Jack Hat-

-I U32"i.50 1.00 4.50 .b&22OR.0L4O: Lanes with a 234 series. Unda Hahn C her 563-236. Ev Baldwin took
blanks at Pine
I At the request of Commission.er are Bowl. rolled a 224, Linda Lange 222, 1:econd place for high individual

: Announcement 36-Want.d To Wesley Downing the board and Brookside City Beth Clemmer 221 and Debbie I:tine as he blasted a 246 for
Buy first annual Naples
Kelly Defends authorized that County Engineer The Hasslnger 203.BANTAM I, 576. Bud Hogue had. 213
held at
be
will
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS Would Harmon Turner be Included In championship 1 oner, Willie Huber 206. Art
Buy I or t bedroom 57-Houses For Sale Free Enterprise PUPPIES- SklppyGeltt :
A_"or Studio Girl cosmetics call "Brookslde Bowl January 31 to
unfurnlthed the
Apt Condominiumpreferred. the delegation to represent f loIns 201 Tex Kaverman 106
:314. ,
MI tiOM Order now Co-tSp led the scoring with a
4 Acou.. Icon Heering Aid South-_ without leet*. 'Immediate acceptable pot A nw 1 bedroom. I bath fully GAINESVILLE (AP) Unl. commission at the Tallahasseebond February 8. Entries close Jan. 192. Chris Yanson rolled a 294, 'rance Strickland 108, Bill Keel
.. SO. Blanks obtainable at
and heated
w..t .lold.. wril. UU 11th session needed. Writ Bon 131 sir home conditioned for Immediate Sale' located verslty students entering the validation court session or uary Dane Ccofleld 265 Ray Jensen 11 ng and Mike Pike 102, Rob
North. Q. C/o Collier Pine Lanes Brookside Bowl. ,
St.
C.IIIt AM. 1.5 Co. Newt stat.ingPrice or
worlds
PM for con.ull.tlon. and Locttlon on a corner lot three business and professional January 29.30. 247 Michael Jones and Bill J,bbott 190 and the 67.
N.pl. ,
annual cham.
MIdway '.535$. block from St. Ann' Catholic should defend the free enter. The sixth city PITTMAN CLASSIC Bob
216 John
Bowes 221 Glen Roark
Church; Naple Y.cht Club; for the NWBA will be ,
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 38-Autos For Sal. City Pier Cambler Park; and prise system under which they The commissioners voted to plonshlp Kllngler 211 and Chris Croak S;teele, Jr. found the groove and

1121 E. Timiiml Trill down H.P. town. Extra and: well Include extra 2 are educated gubernatorial Candidate permit the City of Naples to use held st Brookside Bowl Feb. 202. Nice singles were listed t urned In a 624 with games of

Midway 111723BoatsMotors 195S Sulck Ro* mttr. xcl- storago pump room plus utility, built Scott Kelly said Tuesday six voting machines during ruay 14.ls.16, and February 22. by Albert Forttn 113, Eddie 2:1J.21J.198. Tex Kaverman re

'lent condition ...000 actual In Hot Pont kitchan, arb.ge night. the February 4 city election 23, if necessary. Rules and I:Istered a 572.222 Fred Pauly
I mile. Mottty chauffeur driven. disposal.. disltw.shsr plus large the blanks for entries are at Pine Dorsey Billy Jones 105 and
at
Acce $4M. Can pe teen et Stele Farm creened porch. You cannot find He told student leaders Reggie Lord 100. IJVl"IOR nd Harry Sauchelll 362-Fred

Inturanee office 474 tin St., 80. a batter buy for 11.500 In e University of Florida that privately Advertising for a public hearIng Lanes and Brookside. Entries MIXEDJim Sheet u I sing a 222 high and Harry a

FiatKCilA&,, copper, '.quill bottom.King bib Ford VI. teml-cuttom' 'InencelUnt more central or drive'location by See anytime.Eety yourbroksr owned business generated on proposed eballlS.In. the close midnight February 7, 1964. tossed a series that adults 2 08. Bud Hogue tossed a 212

1962 h'lvr.'r'':* 75 H...:. electric M cond,. good tir... Call termt to qualified pur.cheter. the tax revenues under zoning regulations was ordered. The Florida Women's Bowling many ingleton Wllburn Bullard 211,
start generator l I... then 100 Id..y4131. Owner Mr. and Mr would be proud of-using games
Association Tournament entries
educated at The will 206 Bill Jones 204
which could be change require that re.sldents kis Eeaberg ,
hrt use. Evlnrud 7V* H.P. 1914! Ford Z Dr.. .ood rubb.r. Fred V. Cooper. they of 148.200.234 he racked up a ,
i.20 |... fit tenki. boat corn.pale. clean innide out Make ,.... "3 r > Z tile bath. Iwm* publicly operated universities.'As contemplating a main and close February 8, lVU" These 582. Danny Mulllns listed a :I. Baldwin Dennis Salmon 200,

wlndihleld. canopy euth- oneble off.r, can b. ...n .t located :nm'T Mooring-tar.petlng you step Into the worldof an accessory building on a plot entry blanks are also at either E Iud Hall, Burt Alworth 103.
lent excellent buy to tettlelate Crtyton_Cove_ .. Standard, 8tatlen 495193 and Barb Sorensen 446
ttMtn.
.., McDoua.il' retidence Bo dining room.throughout hall end living one bed the well educated adult, your will first have to have the main lanes, Arrangements are try. 153. Kyle H. had a 187 loner POWDER PUFF- There were

,, nit* Beach, WY 23111 40-Autos Repairs. Parts room. Completely elrcondltlon. first obligation Is to protect the structure BO per cent complete ing to be made so that the bowl. Lee Davis 168, pllt conversions galore. May

I 22 ft OWENS Cabin Cruit.r. ed end. heeled dlepotel. dihwether. system which has given us so before a building permit will be era may go to Eau Gallle\ on Larry Jerry Irant was high for the day with
Paved driveway to car. 163
Private Head Spare Prop. Full Sonja Starling Diana
Safety Equip. $ .100. Call Midway port end store e room. Nice much," Kelly said. issued for the accessory build a bus together. More laterl? 484.104 and the 3.7.10, ...5-
Mulllns Pam B. 141 and Pam
C.
7J7J7. Life Time.Guaranteed crooned In porch, Lewvssoddedand The State Senator from Lake ing. BVL Is still going on .03 ;. Marie Weaver listed a 475
partially" lendcpa. Ph. 139.
BRUNK..SMITH Ml 1-4104 after I p.m. No bra*. land reiterated his stand against for splits and not to exceed .90 1 73 with a 5-10 54-1 Ot TllMe
CHRIS-CRAFT SALES SEA SlfEU The Fair
Mufflers ore plot**. retail price controls on milk and Circuit Clerk Margaret Scott per nlghUlt's for a very worthy sex avis 470, Dorothy Stoneburner
26 took the honors tonlte
It. Commercial
scoring
: Fishing boat: Income Property Spotless said that It elected he would appoint turned over a check In the amount cause. 63. Ruby Riner a solitary 166
new *
online chryiler 1JJ HP. Purchased at J I...'* Sunoco C.8.S.. 2 bedrm., tile beth tor. as Melba Cornell bombed outa
; 10 110.1 S.III hauled for p.lntn. Priced Hutchl.on Tin & Batt. E.._ rllIO floor. Utility rm, plus only retail price opponentsto of $7540.04 representing excess BROOKSIDE!: BOWL 602 with of 183.203 I nd the 3.10; Betty Celts 166

Call Mldwy 24900 2 Location. Brehm'i Atlantic workhop. Sepentte efficiency' the State Milk Commission. fees collected by her office The TWIN COUNTY_Rae Hendrix games nd the 5-7; Betty Smith 164,
For aalei 2. ft Daniel, built Apt., Nicely leno.ciped with finally became the "fireball" and 214. Bettye Haverman ex.;
Boat. 141 H.P. etraight, .. fount*In. In city askIng $17.500 Commission did not delay accep. ploded with a 243 single and a larg Miltner 162, Shirley Glaser *
Cbrytlar' freth water cooled.>>I Term owner Midway 2.464 t since. again as he rolled a 020 ser.les Barbar Collins 153, Made

Teak deck*. Loaded with extras. 44-Mobil. Homes New Home, located at Aqua. PUBLIC NOTICE using games of 178.210 and 558. Tony Sentovlch register :Irlckson Ings Clll 160,Kathleen
E. Turner A Son. Inc., ed a557.211 and Eloulse Williams:
t bedroom
lane Shores nice'
232. Leo Holland blasted 203
Midway 225S lndcping. Writ Box #331. Administrative Assistant RhyiBeatty a potts 158, M. Brack 150 Tiney
Lee
511.204. Herb recorded
TraIler For 11.1. 0' Seasonal to draw singleton Glen Lang and Ralph 144 Wolfe 146 and
H. Naple was authorised Jo lessner Kay
Citric Craft ,
30 ft. Sea Skiff
Rent with option to Buy. Mr GINEI'l TJAAI&.fIOH a lone 220 Don Chesser 211
*
twin chrysler 17.'.. radio, depthfinder Stone. 3950 14th St.. No., Naple.. A will a "commendatory resolution" to McKlrlhan 207, George Weaver Jo Illdred Wetherlll the 6-7 con.
be held In the City of Naple on Tom Thomas 202 Gene
snifter, auto pilot .Testier
pr.s.Cur. 58-Lots For SaleBAAQAIN Ted Yates a for. 196 Ike Clouser 'erslon.
to ,
water. System, mood Tudy February 4 IM4. to elect be forwarded WOlfOrellV-4l" 195 Dan 194 Lenora
tank, theft and striate ,_ a Mayor and three Councilman; eSpecial mer resident of Naples, who has 192, Francis Paquette BANTAM .. Gary Wilson washot"
.. 48-Apts. For RentS Election shall b* hold on Sentovlch 177 Gert Dunn 176
electric winch full cnva "outstandlni Hall 191 and Benny Vaughn 188. ,' with a 315-102. Dennis
all foam rubber bunk I tet. the sense date to fill the vacancy been chosen as an Jo Anne Madevtlle 165 and
Mary
of wheel .udbury tall water bedroom Apt. For Rent furnlthed Waterfront Lot *t Gulf Her. created by the resignation of Councilman man of the year" by the national George Hart had himself a nice latcher reached a 270 series,
< bor, lead to the Gulf. Arch!* Turner. Poll will. be Harrows 163.ROLLING .
cvatem finest tee tklff Ineple
.. Call Midway 1.11M. month or unfurnlthed., Seeion open et ?:OO A M. end clot *t:: : organization of Jaycees. 472 series. Sharpshooters were BROOKS MIXED1 1 loss Randall ass, Philip Finley
or On : ,
yea round. Gulf ; will b Hub who converted the 222 David
-' Shor* Sled, nIce view of Beyirimu" 11,000 Each all cash P M. The polling I piece* Rang, 126, Paul Castenir ,
SPECIAL Call Mld"y *."5I follow: Fir Station for those rc- 5.3.10 and Wea Miltner the 4.5. Outstanding tonlte was Charlie !Howell 221 MsdleEtone218Tim
or ,
C I only Phone Midwey '.U". tIered voter living South of FifthAvenue
Rice he rolled 569.200.
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" South) First Methodist NEWS DIGEST: : PALMETTO Hatel Abra. as a ilander 215 and Sally Wood 206.
about I bedroom Apt., eir cond.. T.V For Sale, Lake Forrett Lot- Church Hill for thote r.gl.Ured voter Jim Croak had a 563.192 Jerl
run twin 40 In the
HP on cable, reeaonable rol... day 74 X 10* ft. northwest. corner living I North of Fifth i Avenue.South ham son led the scoring with a 0 Jl Jerabek 486.173. D. Jurek fir. HISN HERS groove
Johnson motors with only month Call MIdway Ith Ave. ellth St., North. end south of Golf Drive, 184. Mary Armbrust posted a and taking over high Individual
.2M2or Cell Miami' FRanklIn t-2414 ed 208 loner Al 206
end Church of ChrIst for tho** regIttered FROM AP WIRELONDON a Fayard ,
i. 15 )hrs. since new. 2 18 501.179. Shirley Johnson 472 series was Bud Mohrbacher as
North of Golf
voter
LARCHMONT CO.OP ROYAL HARBOR LOT Se- living Hub Rang 203 and the 6.7 split ,
ffal. gas tanks, all controlsetc. Beeutifully, furnished I bed. sits Lane 7000. DrIve to the City ELSIE.limit LEHMAN (AP) Chancellor and Lll Peters 57. Edna Simp. Frank Lania 201, Paul Abra. ,he exploded with a 655 aeries

4 wheel room Apertment, with. touthernxpoture. hurled a lone 202 game, using games 221-202 and 232.
"Rocket" arrived son
trail.er ClerkJan. Erhard today
Ludwig 186 ,
City 195 Richard
ham
f blocks to (hopping, ROYAL HARBOR LOT son Gary in there
Job Sr. was
complete package I blocks, to the beach WESLEY Mullet Len 40' boat slip I?. II. to 11. ItM #tll for an official visit which prom... Wes Miltner 183 and the 5.7.9. Steele

$1895. See at 1650 Murex Q.way. OOWNINQ.1.2175.tEUtjtE. REALTOR. Mid. .UN. ..00$795000.per month.$100.00 cath and iH THE CIRCUIT COURT OPINE sea to bring a new sense a'Two State Groups Frances Fltcek 180 and the 5. 'pitching Alton Hatcher with his was 577213201.right behind
CIRCUIT
Drive or call Bill\ Tucker APTS FOR LEUElflcl.ncy ROYAL HARBOR LOT TWELFTH: IN JUDICIAL AND FOR warmth to relations between I Planning To Hold 810. Marg Mlltner 169, Ann ,'Bob with a 578.218, Walt

Midway 2.4295 Excellent Mullet Lane $6900 COLLIER COUNTY. .FLORIDA Britain and West Germany.The Follls 162, Faye Rimes 155 and .Drehm 574.202 Ev Baldwin 373.
now $100 per mo.. $100.00 cash and IN CHANCERY West German chancellor ,
Buy! 1100.00 per Public Hearings Kathy Croak 150.
I bedroom $150' mo, 2 bed month. Cat No. 1171 : ZU.2C2. Lll Miller was high
HO FOR SALE fU room $200 per mo Adult. nor FRANK K, ALBERT was accompanied by Foreign for the ladies with 538 .
SACRIFICE' Small Boat withcontrol :;*. THE DUPRIK APTS. ROCK HARBOR LOT 75' X Plaintiff I Minister Gerhard Schroeder for' TALLAHASSEE (AP) Two PINE LANES a ser.les
French'* Av .. So. ( and of 104. Ethel
btwn
wlndthtild factory Shadowtawn ISO Corner In nice two days of talks with Prlm tr.,'.,. Phone after t PM. Mid. A Airport Rd.. E. quiet location. Reduced for ANOREV/VREITON BURNETT, V. Jones posted a 400 Mildred Eaton
23561.112nH.Ip. NaplettModern. Minister Sir Alec Douglas.Hom way_ Quick tale $2,000 ceth 30 ** .1'' Shields moved into second placeAirport 103. Wallace Abernathle hit
1 b.droom unfurmtn- days only' Act feat on thIs Dtftndcnt and Foreign Secretary Richard 1 logs in pensacola this week. a
ed NOTICE OF. SUIT single 218 Bud Hogue 213 Pete
Wanted APARTMENT: with completekitchen. one ,
Heir black end shop. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: A., Butler. The Traffic Safety Committee
Whidden 208 and the Tom
ping.: BY SEASON OR YCArJm Lucille' Ottt Leek BvowaVirgil 5)) ANDREW PRESTON u RH ITT II headed by Rep. Hal chalres of 1.7.
Wanted: Prater for Trail tlh Ave. So., Ml 2-3393. Mareum. Bob whose residence I. unknown. I Proventano 200.Wes Benson 206,
Cleaner I call I Midway 1 441S' for Jaegern .lIv. sod if dead tUe unknownheirs. ,PARIS (AP) Canadian i Dixie County will hear from
4 anpolritment.1; after 4 PMi... iy.!} It' toII ENIclencle *. D'y. Wk" or : < tth.st. N. devisees, los. i*. end Prime Minister Lester B. Pear> sheriffs police chiefs SlId other. LeonEnyder m, Tom EgglestonP.Wf.Wwfe.
/ MOTELV'-Mf Ml -311
,' Blli.Ir\ WlOtbd" : blinTSde. n 2.nll lftil.IR't o r'sl .yuu s bs. : II t'f: = .. j It"-"rf -:0d"; OTI\arrived.totMr: 'fornTWa'.officials in northwest Florida1 rtw"G HSI.,ntftt FAd

Chrytler' Agency 'In Naples. DEWEY POLLY dd"lirTnknown. hotr. daviteet. .F i In session
) Automotive experience necet- I bedroom furnished APT.. Seetonal : ateessndSra'te9s: cial 'three-day visit designed >>>Thursday a aimed atI I votes E. Abernathle 160.
Ii
sary' Send corn st. ruume to Rental. Write 12U Highland BURNETT SEROMANwhose broaden''political economic ant I building public support tor trat.L .
RUBY
Son. 531.5, Napi... Drive, No. N.ple*. -.- BEALTY residence I* unknown. I If cultural ties between Canada L nCI safety.

'1 bedroom unfsrnssl'Api: Except lorSITT KrutTluT, TftOO alIve. end If deed her unknown and France. Sen. Clyde Galloway's Con. \\y\ JOHN E. 1ATB |lowling Standings
13-Hely.Wsnt. Female\) with. stovs. ,,'rl... I bloc" to Royal' Harbor Lot 23. Dolphin heir. dvltt. lgtee endgrtnttet.
beech. $70 month on annual Ct, Water 2 .Id'... see welled. and If married. her Canada wants Increased trade I unities on General Legislation Traffic on the scheduled Nap.

W.itr.s..nd; KitcheriHelp, .I..... Phone Midway t."... Hill$1500.: P.Mich.Highest O.. Box 17 Bloomfleld unknown deed his tpouto.unknown If alive helrt, andIf devlteet. with France and easier accesi i will meet Friday for study of II.oM llsml flights continued to I'L-Pine Lanes811.Brookalde

wanted only over *|. 2} For Rent Seasonal I bed. end grantee; for farm exports to the slx.na the need for conflict of Interest maintain a comfortable last 110..1TRAIL ?
need epplyj Hammock Retttur. elevation 'InTTTm. A.I'.E pace
room Apt., 4 blocks from beach whore
ant. Royal Palm' Hammock Adults only no p515. Call Tom. plet fSOO each, dote ta eltytwater. dence JOHN I. unnown. If slive. ljIf Boo European Common Market,Jaws and to get started on an week, with 140 passengers BOWLERS PL

White or color.d Help foTTaun. my 'ho,. MI I dry work 2.35 39. on Et Trail, Open Sun .. !*** and grant*.*, Builders Mart 31 17
: apply at Naples leg* TOKYO fAP).Tapan paid Its)Industry i
Prethert (day or call MI 2 3SI9.59Acreaga If mrrld.' his unknown This Is a 38 passenger increase
Laundry end Shields 28 20
L. V.
Air bedroom condo Ellcsence.ii'l. tpo *e, If dive, end If dead annual tribute today to boys I i Several laws to guard against over the 104 carried during the
Apt W..k or month her unknown heirs.' dsviseee, land l- and girls on the threshold a r public employes also having pruvate King Insurance 27 21
14-h'elp Wanted Mat.GenereVihi or seeson. KIMBERLY APTS. C corresponding week last year.
HARRY
521 llth t..1892.SABAL Av. *.. 10. Phone Midway atees HACHMEISTER., grant** ;whose rtl:; their 20th birthday which gives I interests were Introduced AlMaxl and charter flights Furniture Fair 23 25

chaste for heavy equlpm.nt.- W.tei front Acr..... .40 down donee I Is unknown If ellve, and them the right to vote and other ., In the recent Legislature but took a big Jump last week one Hatcher

Peviog Co. Naples" "I. $40 a month elsa I acre for If dead his unknown heirs, d- privileges of adulthood. The r none was passed. Construction 23 25
f..tll $. SHORES ArTS. treller' or homeeit and otherecret. vl***.. lgte end grtnte.t, flight each was operated to Tarn
YEAR ROUND LIVING 2V acne anj up at $20 end If married his unknown event-Adult Day-4s a nation.r Of state racing laws, Gallo pa West Palm Beach and Crsyton Cove Lndry 23 25
Pay.n. Work .Kp ri.ncd ,oMan down and $20 e month, on ae spouse, If alive, and If deed her ,
'4odrn. One bedroom and ef al holiday. said that those on the books
.
Iy. Call for Appontm..t cm roada. Collier County Real unknown heir devisees lega.tees way Marathon, In addition to five r3onSpr.Dus.Men 22 28
ficiency Apt. .
furnJkhed.
MIdway 2.4632.. Cable In. Monthly or year TV Ettat on Eat: Trill Open end grantee;; JOHN R.HACHMEIS'TER. seem adequate but that "It Is special flights to and from Miami. Bonlta Met 22 28
wanted for full or part round. Ml M45J. Sundays er Cell Ml 2-39M. whose reeldene '- HEIDELBERG German the business of the Legislature
Kelly Rd
of the
One Malml charters
I I. unknown. If alive andIf was an Tamlaml Tire 21 27
time work at ', for and Aries AveImmeculete '
winter season; :r.M Midway:. WHY PAY MORE dead his unknown hlr d- (AP) The ujf. Army In Eu., :o prevent as wll as correct ambulance flight operated wlttr Pine Lanes 20 28
( Acre located
Efficiency Florida trtrt between ., 1.. and grant**.
1..7.7. vl*** ** rope keeping In step with Pent weakness when and where It
room private' bath and enk9 Golden Gates and Naples, $550 end If married his unknown. the twliteengine Western Executive .
trance, in C !l'M.R'U".bl', per acre: Easy terme ROAD spouse, If dive. and If dead her agon economy orders today an can and it Is In this directionthat which Is designed to con..

16-Help Avsllsble! I MIdway TO A BECK EACH,,..REALTOR TRACT. MARLOWE 413 Fifth unknown heir daviaees. legatee nounced an administrative re. our studleswlll be alined." vert to stretcher configuration HIS 'N HERS PL
LELA F
Companion to Ave.. .... MIdway 2.S221.i tcTha.n; ,; :whose***; residenceI organisation to eliminate 1,850 In short order Volkjwagon 39 18

drive, would like elderly to live lady In can_ -Hpute>t For Rent i Trectt, 1.1 Acres Sec 25. I unknown If' *Hv*. and. If dead, Jobs of military and US. civil. Doug Hogan added a "multI. Model rs 37 20
,
food I.r:::: rnc..n Call after Midway t pm. I SELL 'or RENT Ib.d'Vn. 1 Togs mortal RUE Scenic seer Drive Janet end Gold Me-' her aties unknown end .r.nt.heir devl and et If mar'leg- Ian personnel. Cabinet OKs engine" rating to his pilot's cer Olds 34 23

belt. (4t 10th St.. No, Carl rice, her unknown spouse If Ferrari 34 23
:TlI.8ookkeepar en Qatee. $300 each Cath. Collier tine ate last week when he sue
detlre either) And..n et Midway 25011 alive and If deed his unknownhelrt.
.,..rt t"""9.W1'' time pooltldft.o'C.II 2-39S9.County Reel Etttte Ml devltee. "leieteet and JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP- Plan To Lure cessfully completed the flight Tin Uzzlca 31 28
'" 2 bedroom l unfurnlahed waler.sfront ELMER L. HACH The Indonesian governmentsaid
.' grantee; test tor this rating In the piper Sting Ray 30 27
CBS. In city limit. T V. MEISTER, whose residence It
Defense Minister Ab.
cable '. air conditioned.. : : $100 65-Gen. Real Estate unknown. If *liv*. and If dd today Apache. Doug flies both the local Maxwell 29 28

.1 9-landica po-La wn tlo'r, yearly .I l.sse. MId.w.y Ills, unknown ".Ir.. devise.' dul Hails Nssutlon's talks with New GraduatesBy "Golden Gate" flights, plus sconsiderable Valiant 27 30
evenings.I WY 13951, legtee end grantes.; ESTERELIZABETH Soviet Premier Khrushchev had :
.P'T. FOR IALE'Co.Op
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I amount of charier.
"or $.10 daytime.tlnfurnslsed STODDARD.. whote
:: Argentine Bahia S.OOO Apt. overlooking Gulf 0' DOUGLAS STARR T-Bird 27 30
Sr 30 per *q. n. delivered. House For It.nt: Bay I or 2 bedroom IVi bttht, resIdence I* unknown. I If illv. produced "highly significant"agreements work, and will be putting the
IrVt. Associated Press Writer Corvette 25 32
.till, Port Char21 Call Midway 1.1990. 'reatonible, furnished or un and If dd her unknown heir* for the continued new rating b good use In the

I .!.. FOR RENT furnished, ; Shoreline Aptt.. 147, devisees.If ,mrrld.lget** her and grantees.and unknown. buildup of Indonesia's armed TALLAHASSEE: (AP) An near future. Stun 23 34

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bedroom.. 1-bath furnIshed Gulf Mansion Shore HouseS Blvd. acrott from poute If alive, and If dead his strength. internship program designed to Rambler 22 35
-Lost 4. FoundLOST house In vary nice location. 4 unknown heir*, devl****, :left. lure college graduates Into state Naples Aero-Marine maintenance
block from the beech and near tees and granteee: T. E, I BYRON has been busy with several Caddies 21 36
; Wednesday morning, on .hopping Available for 66InsuranceHo.pltsllzatlon end HELEN: A. BYRON husband WARSAW (AP-4n a moveto governmental Jobs won unanimous 100-hour lat>ections plus sn en. Falrlane 19 38
10th Street one ..' or fi.hlntj tcaton.CONTACTl. and wife, whote residence I i. expand economic contacts approval today of the ,
pole, auction for top :ol unknown. If alive. end If dd cine Installation l In a Cessna 172
cup
A t e I d en t. State Cabinet.
ear Finder pl.... call Ml23Mlsc. LUCILLE OTIS Health Group 4 Business In*. their unknown heir*. legetee. with the West, Communist Po. and a complete engine overhaul TWIN COUNTY BB
i" DEWEY POLLY dcviteet and grant.; E AELLISON Secretary of state Tom Adams
REALTY
Life' I IneurancoConauhent. land is sending two government
Metropolitan
MI '..415.Hou. : : Henry Clouer.Ml AND BERNADINE said in approving the program In a Beechcraft "Donajita" dur. Gull Coast Motor 4-t In 271/2
SaUMahofany .. 2-301 P. O. Sos #m. W. ELLISON. husband end wife trade experts to the United Ing the past few days. In add Drunk-Miller 29
For For Sale or Ront fu' whose. residence I i. unknown If States and Britain. that If the state can Interest Ins 43
",."ed or unf"rn"ed. Ov.rloo live, and If dd theIr" unknownheirs. tlon to the regular mats tenance: Sunshine 311/2
....ole sea cwmpiete. :Ing: Gulf of M.iice on Vndr.bift eei legal***. dvle end Deputy Trade Minister Fran. students In governmental work, schedule many transient aircraft Hardware 1/2
with. Simmont "mettret. mehof drive Call Midway 1400 rwithalow gristees. MILDRED E. MATH- cizek Modrewski has left for "We may be sole to keep them Maples FL Covering 39 33
any chest of drawer Com- For Rent Unfurniehed, 4 bedroom EWS. whose address I Is Pot Of- after graduation. have been throufc! the shops for Dlboees Mkt 38 1/2 33 1/2
plate set Encyclopedia' A...." t bath New Houte. Good lice S.. 101. Bloomlngton, Indiana Washington in quest of new routine work.
c..n'lMJ.ood cond. Phone Mid- location 1150 1 per month Phone coif ; EDWA.1D K ROGERSnd grain shipments and tariff con. Moons Masonry 381/2 331/2
Midway 2 4J.1. ESTELLE M. ROGERS hut- The State Personnel Board
bend and wife, whose. residence cessions and to survey markets Fager Roof Coating 34 38
Shelvmil' Cabinet. Beautiful, which sponsored the program of thgh Swings At
white oak thelvlni' and cabinet 55StoresOfficerOR WANT AD and ddrM Oil Company I Is Arabian Post American Office. for Polish goods.Osceola hiring students ss part time gov. First Fla. Real Eat. 34 38

home assembly or commercial IS ft. lone.**Ideal lon.1 Call for. Bo ZMI Thehren Seudl Are ernmental workers, said the pro. Milk Commission; Vitro Services 241/2 47 1/2

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Midway 2-72M SALE: OR LIAIE-Com.: bi To Have gram would Impart a better tUce. Clippers 23 1/2 48 1/2
martIal Building.' 4th .. N.. bl All persons having' or cUlmlngny Asks AbolitionMIAMI
For Sale Diamond, l" karat 1400 to. ft. plus; $'OAV:. ft. lntrt ,In the following decribed Indian ExhibitAt knowledge of state government
( will call.. for lea lend itutd In Collier AP) Gubernatorial
appro>>> covered service ar** with dou. In the people and would give the (
than e relsal. private party ble County Florlde:
attractlv front. Submit' offr hopeful Robert King High May
Write Soc 131-f. Naples *. Cell Midway' I.,OJ> or TRY Lots it. II. 72. t). >4 Inclutlve.' Circus Here state a greater share of college PALMETTO BB
tee your broker Block 14, TI. 1. TOWN OF NA. or of Miami, took a swing st the
) Driftwood graduates.
well constructed Lamp -locallymade 135 OFFICE: FOR RENT PLEI. ecconding to the .sep en Arrangements have been made Florida Milk Commission and Johns Clothing" 45 27CorwthShelb

M. 150. Call Ml 2-MM. Lunurlou walnut' paneled office A r.1.t records thereof recorded of Collier'n she Count pub',. for Corey Osceola and his family Under the program seniors "tai freeloaders" In his bid for I 38 36

wall Bldg to well|5S SO carpeting.mo. 'orldo' In PInt Book 1 .t page I to have an exhibit of Indian work and graduate students in any the Democratic nomination. Furniture Fair 35 37

26-Personal Contact Pepperd Cept Burton. per ImperialPropertlo notified You and the each 0 suit of you Sos are been hereb Inluted r. for display and sale at the clr. tour.year college or universityIn High suggested the abolition Topic Drive In 34 38

*. Ml 2.1121.57House. :_ _- COUIttCOUNTY In tho Circuit Court 'In and cus grounds on Highway 41, Florida could apply for a of the Milk Commission Tuesday 3oruSprings 32 40
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS for Lee Florida Chan
County In
Mil Women with drinkingproblem For Sale eery entitled "',.nk K. Alb.rt across from Nsples Gas Com state Job.Oth.r In a statement to newsmen. frothy 32 40

*. Clll Ml I.2770. MeetIni ) Plaintiff versus Andrew Preston Bur.nn pany' Saturday afternoon and even. requirements Included High also said U be was elect:

Tuesday and Friday I Jtp et *l, Dfndnt That the when Bosh Brothers three st least two semesters tri ed he would veto
m. Cottage First' Baptltl j ) bedroom 2 bold Home in Royel nature of Ski sad I i. t* Quiet. the title log or governor any SEA SHELL MIXED BB
ChurchLookinc. Harbor *..wll. end dock and to tho above described prc4 of ring circus comes to Naples misters of school work remain. legislative bill to Increase or

women dock master sIr conditioned land ituated in Collier County to Charles P. McCool of at least 12 credit broaden the sales tax I Kings Crown 42 30
for a retired end hooter ell ppli.nce*. Florida and to remove certem ,.. according ing course slate .
who now work. part free time In. who return CHERRY:I PANELING, AND NfWS ",octv. covonent quartermaster of Naples V.F.W. hours for seniors and 912 hours Suggestions for such a move 'Conches 41 31

would i for like companionship room Please CENTRAL LIVING ROOM FIREPLACE Wall. to IN You are required t* Me your an*. post' which Is sponsoring the for graduate students, a 2.2 av were made at a legUlatlvevgath 'Angel Wing 40 1/2 311/2
wallrpetlng ether make
and t
> r or pleading *
write U"iMn5 ualfcat'One. t. ." Immediate occopoo.tT WANT : appeirenc to the Compleint I with circus. ersge and Florida residency. erlng at Sarasota last weekend. 'I oquinss 39 1/2 321/2
Bon C. Nepla. MArfLOWE
411 4 BECK. ATAL.TORS the Clerk of the Circuit Court In The Indian exhibit Is free. Additionally, applicants wouldbe 41 Let the tax freeloaders such runoals 34 38
hli. maCIs Ith Ave. ., Midway
Mon 31 rI of age. w and for Collier County Floride and
to live. In or board with tome- t Htl I to terve 0 ropy of Mid answer or Corey Osceola and his family chosen on the basis of financial ss the phosphate' timber and I Panama Rollers 32 40

one ,In Nap!*. .,... Metidenl I" BR ''Z BAfrl aia CBS HOME.* AD I, other pleading upon the' plaintiff have recently moved from the need on the part' of the stu. pulpwood tycoons start paying; ;:lea Horse 31 41
for t) can furnith .oodroferences. Room, ALLEN. KNUDSEN 4SWARTZ.
pairs With IS X M ft. Florida atte.e 9 to a new home on state of their their share of the state's tax ,
writ P. 0. bee largo Mrooned patio.i matter whoM mailing addre i* Ochopee area dent or need by the .;Sand Dollars 28"
Stt, N.,..*. bedroom end bath air conditioned P. O. Bo ISM. Fort Myor Florida, the Tamtam Trill and Cane special taelnts. burden". High said

utility rc_. S I.r carport by not later than February' II 144 Pole Creek about five milts U seniors would "11 Is time that the earn.cr5 ,
accepted wage
:: city Mwereg*. well end or She Negation of said Complaintwill J ROLliNG BROOKS? : MIXED BB
33-Servltes Offered pump' for eprlnkling. O.E.: Move b. taken. a* confessed by you. east of Nsples. work a maximum of 20 hours a of this state received some
'and refrlg. All rwge' and drep**. It i* further ordered the thi Proceeds from the sale of week at hour and graiL favorable consideration include 'I PalrnRlvsr 43 1/2 241/3
tome ......"..,.. TV. cable go* Notice of Suit Shall b* published 1.25 per I lenderson Creek 41 27
RUBBER STAMPS that "*.t. ONLY S1KM. located tIUI once 0 week. for four consecutIve circus tickets are to be used by eaSe students would work a max Inc abolition of the Florida Milk |

make s good< Impresses. rth Ave "'. CoN BUITucker. C.ALLMIDWAY weeks MI a newspaper' having a generel the VoF.W. post to build a new Imum of 15 hours a week for Commission which tries force
Any sice. Quick senrtcs. Midway 2,5095. Florlde tircwltlien in Collier County club house on Airport Road,north $150 a month. Graduates work. higher milk prices," he said. !I Marco Pass 37 31 ...

Collier County NEWS.Doe't BUILDER OFFERS. WITNESS my hand and seeS of this of Goodlette Road. log less than 15 hours a week High has termed himself the .. 2 and 1 bedroom home on llthAv Court in *. Col.er County,
*. So between Ills 4 It* St*. Florida thi ind Coy of January, would draw $2.31 per hour "poor man's candidate" j J lorsti Creek 95 39
Be A UtterbecT otther completed or v..d.< I.... 1 Dabblers 33 35
>*.'t Be A UtterMr etructlon priced from II..... .. I I2107 MRS MARGARET T SCOTT Medical research has found a Students accepted tor part. United States formers ",*. ]
::axambu Kats 30 38
tl'JOe wrth good term %- Clerk By INEZ MAGILL mixture of oxygen and helium to time state work must agree not chess about $2.8 billion annual :

CALL TIlE NEWS FOR WILLIAM ...STONE. INC Deputy ClerUCiRCun be helpful In locating asthma to accept any other part-time I ly worth of new machinery and 'Rookery BAy 211/2 401/2

Boiteer ( COURT SCAD dil...... h.arkfliver 18 1/2 491/2
RUBBER STAMPS SS lintel St North Mt '-* M Jan .. It. It n. Ukt gin and other respiratory work while holding I state Job. equipment. $

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1 b COLLIER COUNTY NEW! Naples Eagles I Post To Appeal Libel Suit '

\\tdm-i.dti, January 13, 1961.

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BY DAVID LYON Georgia athletic director Wal ing Co., publishers of the Post,
Led by Steve Clark. Buzz lace Butts says he will be guided would get a new trial unless

, ', Berson and Walter Ritchie, by his attorneys' recommen. Butts filed in writing within 20

" Naples High School's basket- dation that he accept a $2.0 mil. days an agreement to forego

1r ball team squeezed out a 63* r lion cut in his libel Judgment t: punitive damges above $400,.

; 60 victory over North Fort My against the Saturday Evening t 000. The judge did not alter the

ers at the local gym last night Post. general damages.
The team put forth Its best "We have recommended that t: Wlllborn B. Cody, chief coun.
he said Wll., sel for Curtis said he would
effort of the season, and It accept It, attorney ap.
lIam H. Schroeder Jr. Tuesda t peal the ruling even If Butts
proved to be just good enoughto night, "and we are certain he! agrees to the reduced judgment.
; beat the Red ,
Knights. But will take recommendation."
our
.,\ the Coach Andy Lor Schroeder and Allen Locker.
Eagles "I will be guided by my attorneys .'
entzson commented afterwards, ," Butts said in Athens., man, another Butts attorney,
still "don't have the and < "I comment to said they felt the decision was
:' get up on have no further an affirmation of Butts' vlndi.
go" The team "can do better p.., I make. It Is my understanding, cation of the charges in the Post
than what showed : that have 20 to make!,
they tonight ) or we da's article of March 23,1963, called,
he said. club the decision."
The Story of a College Football
Three Eagles broke intodouble < the A federal judge ruled Tuesdaythat Fix

figures as Naples hit its the award of $3.06 millionby ; The article said Butts fed pre.

q highest scoring output of the a Jury to Butts was grossly' game data on the Georgia foot.
Y excessive. However U. S. Dist
1 season so far The team will ) | But j I ball team to Bryant, that they
held
Judge Lewis R. f
Morgan
take Its 3.4 record down to i Bob rigged and fixed the game, and
that libeled Butt
the magazine I r
Everglades next Tuesday, ,,; de. In charging that he and Coach I that both were corrupt.

where they hope to balance the. Paul Bryant of Alabama conspired Meanwhile, the 5th U.S. Clr. 1

wins and losse!. a to fix the 1962 Georgia, cult Court of Appeals in New

Clark, rebounding with authority ) Alabam football game, won by Orleans has refused to order a

and shooting well, tal __ O j: Alabama 350. Birmingham, Ala., federal judge
ted 16 points in the first halt} to The jury gave Butts $3 million t I to shift the trial of Bryant's $10

as the Eagles took a 32.29 lead punitive damages and $60OOC)I million libel suit against the
into the STEVE CLARK get general damages. He had sued 1 I Post outside Alabama. Bryant
dressing room at Intermission
Pace Naples they for $5 million In each categor, also sued the Post after the
In the second half
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plan Morgan, who presided at the article appeared.
,, Berson kept the vlsi ors at bay Knights within two 1.

r 4' with ing, and some Clark fine and outside Ritchie shoot-got a layup.That was as close in met Following The Dogs At Bonitagoes I

a
$ I the necessary points from short could come, as the as.
had a hectic point-t will Many of the top dogs at the after her second straight

'IJ t range.HIGH FOR YEAR ion, and Naples' lead Naples Fort Myers Kennel win after romping home In her
Club will be in action tonight last Grade B Paledon
The 22 points by Clark was from two to six points. outing.
the !' :beginning at 8.15: with three Mar and Captain Tommy should
toil of
highest game any picked up the Eagles a Grade A events and a % mile provide. the top competition although -
Naples player this season. NFM side shot
foot
: race highlighting the 11-race : See Jeanie Dee, Nancy
center John McEvans did even mas' basket and then : > Program Dewitt, Coiella, Rocket Roe and

better, caging 28 points, but fed Ritchie for two as In tonight's "hot box" feature Choir are all capable of finishing -

what help he received didn't fast break for a of race, the Grade A 10th, ) in the money

I come until too late. with 3:25: left.Immokalee. Sue Tie, running from the one-. The Grade D third race finds
McEvans scored a layup on box Is favored over Zing Along \Vashata Chief Mobile Jet and

a play off the opening tipoff, to from the three box and Magnus Recovered picked to finish In

but Berson made good on a from the seven box. Mr. Lion- that oidcr. Lago, of the John

three-point play shortly after, '. hearted, winner of his last Grade Woods Kennel, running from the

and Naples took the lead for A outing Is a real threat, untie two-box, could be a surprise
Slaughters re. Brooklngs, Mistren and WhiteyDewln winner as the light brindle pup
there. The visitors
good right I also winners of their won his only other start a maiden .
came within one point a last could be In
Of Fort s. races, conten. effort
...(' couple ,imes, and never were tlon. Mixed Prospect In troubleIn Lucky Leaf of the Herb High-

out of the running. The Fort Myers his last out. rounds out this house I Kennel, Is the handicap. I I

11 Clark scored two baskets on improved greatly and ,outstanding field per's pick in the Grade T 11th
offensive rebounds In the first Immokalee by only 45 Cotone of the Bob Thomas race the only % mile event on

quarter, and David Pease set night, 63.18, at Kennel is picked in the GradeA tonight's card. Kenwood and
up Ritchie twice for short shotsas In an earlier meeting eighth race, while Nancy Tago are named for place and

the Eagles stepped out to lon, the Indians had Nixon and Sea Net, a winner show with Broadway Steady an
T :last time out In Grade B and outstanding longshot selection
a 17-11 lead after one period. Jayvees, 9444.
moving tonight, are rated
f. Naples got as far ahead as brought its season up
'the top opposition. Top Icing,
3.5 with 3.3 mark ENTHltt'
nine a
9 points early in the second Agent's Babe, Lofton, Please

J* quarter, but the Knights scored vees Everglades are at Conference.the bottom Win and Navaco round out the N pint. dor Grade( Don C'I Quit I/U I
1 three buckets in a row to cut field. Bi'| Emfeitm I Poit Cap 10

I :4 the advantage to three points. the six games league, all ladder by, / In the other Grade A, the Catawba Sky ,Zombi Mar. 11 1 K.n Intlint Ktno Cud 71 SS'cwttf
The teams traded points until ninth on tonight's card, Alete
slant I al margins.Coach Grid S I/U
halftime. Clark had 10 pointsin Frank Pelham ,,RESULTS: Kind Sir 12 Sail Fire. I
the second quarter, two free off to three of is Shirlece. I i Hartimtn (
night Fr! l T-11:t; Quln. nUll Mar How. Bn I Mrll 71
tt throws and four two-pointers. starters, Lamar Pollock a Little Locket III) |U 20 I <0 5 00 Plume 10 Top Shopp, I
The tossed in and Five Two- Five' sat I.20 119 .
Eagles Rutledge Harley Sat.
eight Holly Glow; ; (II I' J USecond Third G.... D I/U
straight points soon after the Bill Driver had 14 points Recovered 7.Z "flaky Kreih I
half and lian Williams 10. Larry ) l-I": Quln. Ml.SO Lag 10 Neitha' Metal. I
built :
up a 10-point Neat (; ) 1129 140 140 Beach Less I Neptune Fury I
lead, 4232. Berson made two 16, Glenn Lambert nine 1'I Muse Breek (16)) 100 120 W.,.I. Chief I Mobil( Jet 4
Lewis six and Rex Vorlck ((5) 210
foul shots and a Fourth
Clark Berson Grade S I/It
...1 hit 17-footers, and Clark set Bill Skinner four each. : Dally Double ((7-7)) $112.SO lound, Srakr I,(2 Muelck Mclr( Mar 10Dopon I
The Indians play <
Bob Koch for Third T-12iOS Quln. HIM Swuilo, 10 Wild Tled
up two more night against LaBelle in ; ., C..., U...... ((7) 1140 2 to 4 SO Slnnty Mao I Mar How. Batty 1
points. But the Knights cut game of the mid. i Broadway, Skipper (4) 100 120
the lead to six points Nip Hevoc (1)) 4 SO Finn Qrad C. I/U
heading conference tournament l < Match I M. A M'ette I
Into the final eight minutes. Belle 'Fourth" T-ll.lt .' ''n. Ill.20 St.,. 7.2 Salatmald Mar I
Lady Can (0)> 120 i zo 120 Tiny, latin( 10 Nptunt '..t I
HOT HANDS Chic t Cadet (7)) 110 140 I.ndy Bar 12 Surprise Echo I
Then came what the referees Jenny Lyn ((1)I) 140
Tish Preuss l be Slash Orad S I/It
f described afterwards as"some ; by Fifth T-HiM Quln. ...... P'hu.ka Chlaf 7'2 Bl| Arkle I
beautiful Field In { Almene Joy ((4)) 4<00 10 00 110 Mar How Bill( I Bubble On I
basketball. Clark : Buifln Out (2) 1120, 110 G.mbleSoy 12 S'my D.Witt 12
sank a 15-footer to make It Amateur Golf its Dynamic Dick (II) 4 SOSUIh Frank Red I State Quid 12

49-43. The Knights retaliated, for. T 40iM Quln. I2S,00 Seventh Grade I/U
David Bartlet In a ORMOND BEACH ( Broadway, Tiny (I) S 00 120 1(0 Gamblln John 7. Jo. MeTavleh, I
tossing long Match' play was set ; Roll I Ittue (7) 420 440 Cotton Kenny1 Sly* 7
30-foot set shot. Naples came 16 contenders ,Irlih Slsnel, (5)) I,AISeventh Grandee Bat S Cooper'. Venl I
among ,
Fancy Pam I Mr Sweet.e 10
down the floor and Berson canned South Atlantic T-111 7 Quln. ....40
a 25-footer. North Fort Rocky Mink' (2) 1,20"0 1 40Puthln Eighth Orad A I/U
,5tf teur Golf Championship. :: j (I II 720 110 Nancy Nixon( I Lofton I
Myers came back up the court Leading the field in 1 86. M. McOill, ((6)) 120 Sea Net I 2 Conton 10
and Bob Thomas in annual event was Phyllis ( ) Top loins 72 Pit... Win 10
dropped a j Elahth T-Jlll Quln.I $31.10Prime "..nt'll Bab 10 Navaco I
17-footer. Naples came back Preuss of Pompano Monarch ((2)) II10 11 00 t 20
O with medal Oanlt) ((1)I 100 ISO Ninth( Crd A I/U
winner
a
with Clark a 17-foot Alet,
connecting Prlvll.it (I) 4 10 1 2 Corolla I
78 on the chilly C'lain, Tommy 7 2 Rocket Roe I
jump shot. NFM got it back Club's 74 course ( Ninth T-.1hM Quln. 141,00 a.. Jaania, Da* 10 P.l.don Mar I 2
try
with McEvans convening a feed par ; Weary Harry ((5)) 1440 4 60 110 Nancy DaWItt Choir S
A stroke behind her Chief. POI,.,.. ((1)) 40,00 II20
pass to make it 5349. day's qualifying was j i Olavita( ((1)) 410 Tenth Qrede A I/U
,
This fast-paced exchange of lips of Belleville,111., |I Tenth T-lltll& Quln. SM,SO Sue',.Tie d P.o.ct 12| Whn.ynD.Wits' |*1Mi
points uninterrupted by violations pion. Capt. Tank (I) U 60 740 110 Zlni Alone t M.jnul 4
missed 4 i Fiery l (.n ((62 24..20 17 10 .,ookln.. | M,. L'I>..,t.d 12
shots, or fouls. Maureen Crum of ] pursed. (t) 4 20Ever
With little more than five min- was third with a Eleventh: Grade T I/I
j Elw.nth I T-40:4: ,1.. $17$0 T.io t H. I
utes left, Thomas brought the round of 80. ,4 Way (I) 1420 720 100 Witchwood., I ( you 10
C.rcut Heritage ((1> 1(0 140Rotay Lucky Leaf 4 5leck.t! Roeey I
] Break

Junior High- Teams -


Naples Junior High's basket ber of ball-handling

bill' teams swept past Lemon Bay Naples Lemon Bay .

That Junior High's troubadors Tues. game yesterday The WHITE
day afternoon at the high school ed 58 points between SALE

gymnasium. made 37 error The

Pleases. The boys from Englewood, who took a 5.2 lead in the
do not have either an Indoor or as Naples got away 9 AM

outdoor court at their school, shots and made only one,
For gave the Naples teams a stiff by Jerry Davis after
fight for a half, but fell steadily Coach Keith FOXCROFT GUARANTEED
behind. The unbeaten Panther looked better In the

IndustryAnd 7.8 graders took a 40.18 decl. quarter and took over MUSLIN SHEETS

lIon, while the Panther freshmen near halftime, 1110.
rolled to a 3912. Neither Lemon lost sight of the basket

Bay team has won yet this sea. third quarter, scoring 72x108

son. They play their "home" all, while the home team Twin Fitted 1.46
Individuals games at Punta Gorda in for 13 points. Bright 1
Naples plays host to Punta his bench in the last 81x108

Corda's teams Friday, with the the lead increased. Double Fitted ].66
Printing/ / 7.8 grade contest set for 6:30 Carlos Alfonso, .

and the freshmen game at 730. veral times on close.ln
The high school teams have an made 15 points. Davis 42x36 Cases Pair 75c

Division! open date that night. with nine, Fernando

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