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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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40th YEAR.NUMBER 125 10 Pages lOe WEDNESDAY JANUARY 229' r.



Judge In Lengthy ChargeBickford :V' Sugar Cane

'
\ Meeting Set

1 err J .

For Jan. 27

43 ?T'1 [ Case
r7- 11 The meeting of the prospec-

+wa pive sugar cane growers in
l wt Collier County wUl be held

Monday, January 27. and not
this coming Friday as reported
yesterday In the NEWS.
Handed To JuryThe A letter announcing the meet

_. i Ing went out yesterday from the
t'I y office of Don Lander, county
agent, and the date set was

fate of Travis Bickford, The Judge's final charge to this morning. mckford contended Monday and not Friday. The
be held the
46-year-old carpenter chargedwith the jury was expected to be that he was "scared to meeting Immokalee will School. at

first-degree murder, was lengthy.On death, and just started shoot- High
will hear -
The
a
to be put into the hands of a Tuesday, the jury was ing" when he and the Kirkland growers results of the Wash-report
on
w4 12-man jury this afternoon, to picked and the state presentedIts brothers had their midnight the
Ington trip by Agriculture
climax a two-day Circuit Court confrontation.
: + side of the alleged August Advisory Committee for Col-
trial at the courthouse. 9 nighttime shooting at a remote Richard Kirkland testified
Members with
As today's edition of THE of Naples Mannr Lakes that he and his brother were lier County. met
4 w pan the U.S.D.A. Sugar Division on
NEWS went to press, lawyersfor subdivision east of Naples on carrying a shotgun and a 30- 20.

i yll k the prosecution and defense the Tamlaml Trail. The state 30 rifle, both loaded, in their Monday.Lander January for the

+ concluded their final argue contended: that Bickford's alleged car because they had visited committee, said speaking the Information
ments. Judge Archie Odom killing of Noah Kirkland and their cattle pasture earlier ,
+e called a recess until 2 p.m the shooting of his brother that night. lie said they were obtained in Washington is"veryvital"
and should be
at which time he was to for Richard was done, and that it on guard against rustlers, and passed on
mally charge the Jury and hand was done with premeditation. "we suspected Mr. Bickfordwas to growers. as soon as possible -

the case over to them. Testifying for the state were stealing our cows."

Or. James Craig, sheriffs deputy Bickford testified that Noah

Robert M. Brown, Richard Kirkland jabbed him with a shot- Bobby's Name

Seniors Fire Kirkland, Gloria Albright, and gun and cut him over the eye.
Sheriff E. A. Doug Ileridry. The But he said he was more afraidof

Round One At state's case was directed by Richard standing in the shadows Popping Up InHoffa's

.w. ...x Assistant State's Attorney with "something" in his
-- --- When Noah Kirkland TrialCHATTANOOGA
hand. mov-
.
George
Vega.Defense
LOOKING FOR ALL THE WORLD like Pirates of Old, being, left to right, Charles Inhurst, Bob Coe, Fred The Beach Club attorney James ed back, Bickford said he start Tenn. (AP)

the Sunshine Shufflers enjoyed a festive Pirates Ball Decker, Ben Shafer and Jack Naylor Chief of Florida Adams put Bickford on the stand ed shooting a .38 caliber pis- -Atty. Gen. Robert, F. Kenne
4 L
I Pirates John shown Her About 140 golfers teed off at and rested Ms case tol "as fast as I could." dy's almost as
Saturday the 18th. Shown holding Court is Marcella Donelly is paying homage to the Beach Club today in the first yesterday name pops up
often M James R. Hotta's as
\ Snow as Queen Neptuna with members of her CourtShufflers' Majesty round of the 9th Annual Naples lawyers try to pick a jury for

._. ,".,____".. =::'z:=- Senior Invitational Golf Tourna.
men?. The tournament will run Joint Water CommitteeAirs the TeamsUrs Union president'strial
on a charge of jury tam.
First zJIr through Saturday with the finale, poring
? a banquet In the Reef Room of
Six had been tenta.
the Beach Club Hotel scheduledat persona
Pirates' Ball lively accepted u the trial of
8 p.m., Saturday. District LimitsTo Hoffa and five others entered
Participants In the tournamentwill
Us third day today. The pace
Goes Over Big compete In a two-way event quickened after U.s. D.....
with winners to be determinedin avoid the need for a spap a part of the City of Naples be Judge Frank WUaon threatened

Culmlnat Ing six weeks of preparation both match and medal play. del referendum to set up a water included within the district boun. Tuesday to take over the quea.
and with the The medal play tournament is conservation district the Cityof dance The committee looked
JollyRoger" tinning unless attorneys acted"more
over the Woman's 1n1 ryyttvv ( based upon age classifications.At Naples proper shouldnotbeln. favorably upon the report, with expeditiously"
flying 4 p.m. today contestants In eluded within the district boun.darles this one exception
Club reined supreme'last Kennedy's name came up re.
Piracy
the five age groups were schedul. the joint city county
examination of
Saturday as the Sunshine ed to compete a driving contest.Saturday 'management committee recommended "ACT NOW" peatedly durlnr .
jury candidates by defense law.
Shufflers posted approximately evening lrl".8> will this morning. The committee) also te. '
.
'.... 120 dancers from\J4JF JorWa W awarded to winners In!...the'54.. This doe not mean thai Cltf commended that' "Immr-Jta'e.SchiUef yers. ,One of M.f'YJrk/a.of them/ Jacques Kennedy .:
communities as welt as-some Mote match play ev,nl(, prl... taxpayers Void be free fronjf"Steps" be taken by the"County\ once boasted t\\* would
out-of-state guests. going to the winner and runner. supporting the proposed district Commission to t'create'I a/id' en.. '
In
have lioffa "In jail 11I114.
The occasion was the first up. Awards will be made to committee members empha. force an 'ordinance establishinga F
Florida Pirates' Ball held on winners In the 72-hole event in sired They Included in the recommendation salinity control line along the

the West Coast, and the auditorium five age groups, prizes golnt to a stipulation that entire Collier County coast, to GOP Senator
first and second In both low the City and the district enterinto retard possible Intrusion of saltwater
was packed to capacitywith
gross and low net categories. a contract whereby the munUclpal Into fresh-water supplies.
square dancers colorfullyar Tomorrow, contestants will water system will Include Raps Stereo

ayed tnplrstecostumesac play the first round in match play, Us share of the district coatsin THE AREA
cording to a club spokesman.Some and today's scores will be record. the water department budget.In Area of the proposed conser. Gift To LBJ
75 spectator guests also od aa the first round In medal this way the municipal vat Ion district is about S3 square
enjoyed the evening session. play water users inside the City would miles, and area of the drainage WASHINGTON (AP-Lyndon
Host committee chairman, A hole>ln.one contest In five help finance conservation district district Is II square mile. Initial B. Johnson's acceptance of a
Mary Conklin Miller, assistedby age groups Is scheduled to beheld when paying water bills. cost of the conservation area free stereophonic console, dls.
he r husband La r ry,and Walt at 4 p.m. Wednesday. A The committee appeared con. would be $70,500.! Grout closed In a Senate Investigationof
and Marge Forbach welcomedthe cocktail party will bit held at cerned ever the possibility of estimated, with annud; maintenance former Senate aide Robert
arrivals.To 0 p.m. Thursday any consumer In the area being costs of $'',000. For the 0. Baker, drew fire today from
Putting contests will\ be held taxed doubly for support of the drainage district, Initial cost Sen. John J. Williams, RJ>el.
nautical theme
provide a ti dally for seniors and wives district, and this morning's ro would be (847,300, and operations Williams said In a statement
for this affair, chairman of de- The first round In 1& ladies commendation wa.drafted to pre. costs would amount to "Under preceding administrations .
corations Fred Decker, utilized 3C.hole medal play tournament vent anybody from being taxed $26.000 per year the acceptance of lavish
approximately 600 feet will also be shot today. The final more than once to pay district One of the principal recom entertainment and large gifts
of fishing net, draped on the round will be played tomorrow. costs.In mondations of the engineer! is by officials of the U.S. govern
walls of the auditorium. Interwoven ...a.No"" -- -- At S p.m. on Friday, there will\ a joint report, two water that the city water system be mint was strongly condemned,
into the weredag- KING NtPIUNt couldn't have passeda "for presuming to run for mayor of be a driving contest for the ladles engineering firms suggested that recognized as the exclusive sui>p. and It cannot be condoned now
Her of water to the entire any more than It was then."
scimitars anchors and potable
gers of
more enjoyable sentence In days Naples. Present as vice mayor to referred
Naples area The conservation Williams' statement
nearly every type of shell com old than the proclamation issued by welcome the guests, Turner didn't district should be set up soon to testimony by Don B. Reyn.
mon to the Naples area. Miss
Virginia Evans, local artist, Queen Neptuna at the Pirates Ball seem to mind a bit turned out to be Treaty Might Bar Nuclear because of the rapid growth In nolds, Washington and Silver
the city and in the area, they Springs, Md., insurance man,
held Sunshine Shufflers when she
was responsible for an authentic by an excellent prisoner. urged, and "Immediate need"Is that in 1939: at the suggestion of
reproduction of the "Poop sentenced Archie Turner to the brig to have controls establishedover Baker he gave Johnson a stereo

Deck railing" of the Spanish Power In Building Canal unregulated well-drllllng.to set coating more than $500: ,
ship "Adventure Galley of r safeguard the water supply area President Johnson then was the

1695", which was placed above north and east of the City. Senate Democratic leader
the stage and finished off with WASHINGTON (AP) If the This Is the consensus among
swaggered fish net curtains. United Slates decides to build a government officials, including
The stage itself featured the second canal In Central Amerl. legal experts, whose views have
traditional treasure chest, a in the near future, using nu. been canvassed for answers to
lear blasts to move the earth, the question
placed in a sea of shells and It almost certainly would havet Does the Soviet Union have

fish net, resplendent. with jew- get the agreement of the So. the power under the teat.ban : "
els and' "pieces of eight." 'M Union and about 50 either treaty to block canal construe J
Guarding the treasure chest rations lion with nuclear explosives?
were two cannon with powder But if the much dlscu sed new The question arises becausethe
kegs and at the back of the aterway paralleling the dlsput. cost of a big ditch some. .
Stage tapestries were displayed. e-1 Panama Canal is built a few where In the Central American ''tiv
The ship was furnishedwith cars from now the Soviets mayo Isthmus would be far less If nu. r 1
.
two refrigerator canon : longer have the power of clear power were used than If ?
veto under the limited nuclear conventional explosives had to <'.L t
guarded by two saucysea 't
brigs
test-ban treaty signed In Mot. be employed. Official estimates -
Miss
horses designed by
(ow last umm-r. are that a nuclear excavation .
Evans. Beneath a canopy of It all depends cm what the scl. to provide a new link between
stars the dancers twirled as enlists call "the state of the art" tht Atlantic and Pacific oceans I,.
a full moon shone on shim- ii using nuclear explosives for could run as low as $OOmmion.If .
mering water as seen throughthe xcavitlons. the Job were done with dyna.
window on the back wall mite and other blasting material / .
of the stage the estimated cost would ex.
CiTY WIDE ceed $2.3 billion.
LOUD AND CLEAR Sometime next month the
The old familiar "do si do, f Joint Senate-House Atomic En.

swing your partner andpromenade" \ erg Committee plans to hold
rang out loud and clear '. hearing on the feasibility of us.
as Mel Clark from Lakelandand IJI Ing nuclear explosives for a new I
Bill! Muench from Tampa canal But apart from what Is Ij
of Tampa at the Florida Pirates Ball at this stage j
called the afternoon and even- CHIEF OF PIRATES, John Donelly is te hnlcall possible
callers hosted by the Sunshine Shufflers Sat- $ In view of the problems of radio. ,
Ing sessions which Included an shown presenting awards to of
: '; activity there is the question
after-dance from 1 to2:30ajn. Mel Clark of lakeland and Bill Muench urday as Piracy reigned supreme ,{" 4 the United States commitmentsunder
.
Guest tips were called by Ray '' ftt rr the t.lloban treaty. 1 1'j
Castle of North Fort Myers and ( : : "W. would have to get Rus.
Lloyd Hill of Naples. Festiv- Fassm; On Left Peril Barry Warns '\ ,- sian agreement," said Rep. Chet

ities began at 2 p.m. with a .>: : : Holifleld, D-Callf., senior House .
"Hand Shakin Shindig" which WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. March 10 flrsUln.th,.naUo featured the teaching of a new Barry Goldwater denounced presidential primary. he denied he bad pledged In "and they're not likely to giveit cadet captain and son of Mr and Mrs. George Spencer -
"round" by Vern and Fran "racism on the left" ss he cam. Scranton, who has denied he'sa I 1982 to serve a full four.year willingly.
Junkin of Lakeland.The pained through New Ham p. presidential candidate, was term as governor, this was .. Diplomats are not certain that has been selected to attend the International
dance started shire today while s potential reported ready to accept an In. bound to stir speculation that -.J the Soviets would raise Insuper. Cadet Exchange in Europe next summer. He was
evening vlUtlon to receive an honorar Scranton might be planning to able objections.
Eastern rival
PennsylvaniaGOT. cadets who
of 120 Florida CAP recently
with a "bang" as Fred Decker Coming This Rusk among one
Dean
William W. Scranton decree from the University of take a more active part In the Secretary of State
and) Mel Clark fired the can reportedly made plans for a trip Southern California. GOP's presidential sweepstakes.New FRIDAY A SATURDAYI told the Senate Foreign Rtla. went before a selection board of Florida Wing and

Dons This heralded the grand West. If he accepts, it would marka York Gov. Nelson eeRockef.ller Watch For lions Committee last August Regional Staff, and came off with flying colors. The
march led by Club President The Arizona senator, one of departure from his announced planned to Journeyto that he thought the United States honor he will spend two weeks abroad next
and Mrs. HaroldGUzer.Short three announced Republican intention to refrain from mak.ing Boston for an evening speechto Merchants Value- might get word from the Soviets means
ly thereafter, acting in his capacity presidential candidates, sched. out of state appearances. a Dartmouth College alumni Packed Ads to AppearIn at acme point "that they them. tummer. He was the only cadet from Group 8 to

u vice mayor of Naplestct1ned wed talks la another half Granite State communities: laMs en Harold E. Stases are Gold ground exploMen for a particular
( photo)
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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, January 22, 1961

na'i.n Ia County ,Jaycee I.Service, Award


Little Hope. Soviet Will
R
BusinessWhat I

Goes To George VegaGeorge

may be the last out.

Accept LBJ Arms ProposalsBy standing bill for construction of ..
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Naples 'lit
the courthouse In East Naples Vega, Jr.t a h, 't tT tt
paid. At least that's what County and assistant state's attorney -
JAMES. '. : lawyer
MARLOW ments would help and ((2) their
Commissioners thought yester. is the 1964 recipient.
Associated Press News Analyst split with Red China may make I ,
WASHINGTON (AP) The them want better relations with day in ordering paid a bill for 'of the Naples Jaycee's Distinguished t );
paint which goes back to'AUillst.1962. Service Award. Vega
endless circle spins again PresIdent the West.

Johnson ,has made dlsar. This past year there have p was the unanimous choke of the
The $230 bill had been shunted
mament proposals based on the been some steps towards better selection committee .and tha r.
from -'i
anotherIn
contractor to
one
hope the Soviet Union has relations as Johnson mentioned: Board of Directors. s
determine its
an to
changed Its mind. But there's no an agreement banning nuclear authorization attempt Commissioners Graduated from the University -

reason to believe it has. tests except underground a direct .
voted to par the bill as the of Florida In 1952, curt?
Johnson suggested Tuesday line between Moscow and t
his LL.
received
cheapest out.Commissioners. laude, Vega
In a to the isolation way
message Washington to be used In a cr1.sis
disarmament conference which to prevent misunderstand.Ings B. from the Florida LawSchoolIn

opened In Geneva several and a unanimous United acted favor. 1955. After 3 year's ser-

moves for controlling nuclear Nations vote last October L- ably on a request by Mrs. Edna vice as legal officer' and defense

weapons and cutting down their against nuclear armed space : Cribb Santa, count)' registrar counsel In the Marine
1' for additional help. Mrs Santa
production. satellites to halt the arms race Corps he moved to Naples In a
Is faced electionsin
There would have to be an upstairs.But A \ the coming with numerous months and now 1958. He has prallced law here
-
Inspection system to prevent even if the Soviet Union since that time. In 1961 he
handles both the and city
cheating This Is what the Unit. switched on Inspection, this aw. county state's
ed states has always Insisted fully unpleasant question remains BIG CYPRESS Golf and Country Club Arthur R, Cole, director; Howard Car. registrations. The city pays for was appointed assistant
for the 12th Judicial
upon before there could be an : what good would a disarmament held an 8:30 a.m., breakfast for about ris, director of sales; Arthur Bassett, work assistant done on will the be city hired books.The on a. Circuit attorney by Governor Farris

agreement. But the Soviet Un.. agreement be unless 85 area realtors yesterday in the club- charge of sales; and H. Ben Ruhl, part time basis. Bryant.
inspection
Ion has always?opposed an Red china was a party to it?
system. It's hard to believe the UjS. house and announced plans to put president, Not present for the photo Vega's club activities Indicate GEORGE VEGA

Last week Johnson said "we Senate would ever approve a residential lots on sale, Officers and were directors, Donald T, Kipp, Thomas "county The volume capital"of is traffic the to the his participation In community
to on up. affairs. He has servedon
hall make proposals"
new
disarmament agreement which directors at the breakfast from B, Anderson, Donald B, Smith and ward trend like most everything
the conference. Later he was did not Include Red China. But present the Board of Directors of Blonde Lures

quoted In I White House state Red China Is not taking part In left, are: William J. McGennis, director; Harold S. Smith (McGrath photo) in the county and a parking pro. the Rotary Club, 1962; The United -

ment as saying "as the United the IB-nation conference. And to-. blem, vexing at times Commis.now, Is Fund, 1961-62: and Is pre Off Rail
to
expected get worse Man
States enters these negotiations this
complicate matters coun. the boardsof
we harbor no Illusions of try refuses to recognize the PeopleIn sloners yesterday, ordered an sently serving on
In the Athletic Club
Baker Probers Up Air Investigation for possible 1m. Naples ,

easy His success.proposals Tuesday were ful Communist masters of Chinese China.as the law. The News provements. The Naples Humane Society 11 Stories UpST.

Numerous requests have been and the Friends of the Library.He .
his
not basically new. Even The Red Chinese In turn
,
opening sentence had a familiar have said they would not be WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. made of the Commission to starta has also been president of PETERSBURG (A) A'

sound, the kind of thing the Unit. bound by any disarmament Over LBJ Insurance PolicyBy Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., program oi mowing unimproved Toastmasters, 1959; presidentof young man in a white uniform
metal rail 11 stories
platted subdivision lots. Faced straddled a
who would like to run for vice
ed States and the Soviet Union treaty unless they took part In Big Cypress Youth Center
with a which above downtown St. Peters.
problem might a
get
have been saying for years. It and in addition they said president says there are too 1959-60-61 and Is affiliated
JOHN CHADWICK outside business dealings that }
outside the provisions of the burg street and argued with
candidates for the
"There Is only one Item on the they would not take part unless WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. conflicted with his official dutiesor many At a White House conferenceof Job. local bill which perm its the county with Trinity-by-the-Cove Epis- would-be rescuers for 90 min
agenda of this. conference It the United States
recognizedthem. ators Investigating Robert G. Involved Church.
other Improprieties. copal
18&lslativeleadera. said Hum. to mow these lots, the com utes before a blonde persuadedhim
Is the leading item on the acenoda Baker's activities left In the told the committeethat ,
up Reynolds President John. missioners moved yesterday to In his profession Vega Is a to come back.
phrey
_" and that one Item .is The fallacy In a disarmament air today whether they will pur. he bought the advertising son Jokingly Tuesday mentioned that Pierre set a policy member of the Collier County, "What did I do wrong?" ask.

peace agreement without Red China sue testimony of a Baker bust time on the Austin station be. Salinger "looks like a vice Rhys Beatty, Commission assistant Florida, and American Bar Associations. ed the man identified as
The Soviet Union said several was explained by the late Prest.dent ness associate who said he solda he led to believe
cause was by
presidential candidate." Sallng. was directed to contact He Is a member of Jerome Terry 21, when the woo
years ago In a memorandum on John F. Kennedy at a news life Insurance policy on Lyn.don Walter Jenkins a top aide to
civic associations in the various man, Barbara Caffee, 21, are
er I White House press sea the Florida Prosecutors Assoc-
disarmament "There Is no task conference Feb. 14 1062.
B, Johnson and later gave Johnson that "it was expectedof areas, and the Immokalee Cham. rived. "Didn't I try hard
more vital and urgent today "There Is use rotary. iation and serves as Vice -
no having an him a stereo set. me." "
bar of and ask thata enough?
than the task of preserving inspection system agreed upon Issued first In 1957 In the Jenkins, In a sworn statementthat Humphrey that said other he potential com. representative Commerce of the associa President of the 12th Judicial A crowd of 2,000 gathered on
plained
"
peace. between the United States amount of $10,000 while John. was placed In evidence, candidates are getting the tIons be appointed to: meet with Circuit Bar Association. He the roped-oft street Tuesday and

The White House had hardly and Jhe Soviet Union and some son was the Senate Democratic denied knowledge of any are breaks. the Commission and assist In Is also currently a memberof firemen stood ready with a net.

announced Johnson's proposals other countries and then have leader and Increased to 200,000 rangements by whlah Reynolds President sent Bobby formulating a policy the 12th Circuit Grievance Terry who was smoking nero
"The
before senators were untipc' "u. another country, large, carryingon In 1961 after Johnson became bought advertising time or ever said Committee. vously, repeatedly appeared on
Kennedy to the Far East,
tlon warning them could be no intensive armaments
without Inspection.Any prepa vice president, the policy was suggesting that the tBJ Com. Humphrey. He sent Sar. If the "hoped for" sugar cane Vega Is well known In Naplesfor the verge of jumping. Once lie

agreement rations. Quite obviously that written by Don B. Reynolds a pany should get any rebate Shriver to deliver a processing mill In Immokalee his facility with Spanish. sllppped both legs on the streetside
of Soviet switchon gent
hope a would not protect our security."So .
loc Insurance '
agent from Reynolds' Insurance csm. becomes it will the of the metal front and al..
Adlal reality
bring
Inspection seems based on this problem of bringing said message to the pope Stevenson a He consistently monitors ,
Reynolds his firm lists
missions. got to escort Mrs. John. with it a need for a central broadcast from Cuban Stations most fell when he tinned toMioiif
think It's time
thisi Maybe they that In Is a problem that must former
Baker secretary to the Insisted that Jenkins
Reynolds
son when she went to the theater water and sewer system in the at the firemen, policemen, a
called
often
and
second look because Is
for a (1) be considered before we wouldbe Senate quite uponto
Democratic
discussed of
as had the
majority purchase
.
Even without the psychologist priest and two
asked the center. women
In New York. So I farming
their economy Is In a downturnand able to have confidence In vice president. Reynolds told advertising time with him. relay views and Interpretations -
president Whos going to en. mill, commissioners Riree.suchuUUUes who were trying to talk
less money spent on arms. any disarmament agreement. the Senate Rules Committeethat At the White House press roll Lynda Bird In George Wash. for Immokalee will be over local radio. him back

Red China Is not even a mem. In 1959 after obtaining the secretary Pierre Salinger was Ington University? I'll volun necessary in the future.At Born In New York City, Vega "Don't come near me," he

ber of the United Nations. The Insurance he gave a stereo set asked to comment on the Rey. teer.' yesterday's meeting this spent some of his early yearsIn told one of the rescuers who

AirportNotes United States has managed so ,costing over $500 to Johnson at nolds testimony. problem was discussed bring Cuba before his family set- tried to creep near the roof's
far to keep It out. But the American the suggestion of Baker a for.mer Jenkins' statement which
"Mr
CONCORDNH.
married
(AP) For. ing up the question of "how tled in Miami. He Is edge.
ally Generalissimo. ChiangKai.shekla
Johnson protege. Is part of the record makes It mer Coy Hugh Gregg of New will the utilities be 1m. lives at 2451 Treasure Lane, Finally Miss Caffee arrived

Nationalist China on He also testified he agreed to very clear the President never Hampshire has filed for elec. plemented?" In 1960 the County and has two daughters, Lynn and persuaded him to come
Formosa Is aU.N. member. buy over $1,200 worth of adver. had conversation with Mr.
any National Commission negotiated with an close enough to talk. After 43:
tlon to the Republican 7 and Susan 5.
Chiang claims to be boss of all ,
Using time on a radlotelavlslon about the record play.
Reynolds Convention as a delegate.aU east coast firm called "SWID"for minutes of conversation Terry
China, although the Reds drove station In Austin Tex. ownedby and considered It froma
er a gift to a water system but plans still gesturing wildly climbedon
fly large favorable Coy Nelson
JOHN E. ZATE him off the mainland and have
"
the LBJ which la
Company Salinger
long-time employe
materialize. Recentlya the roof
A. Rockefeller of New York i failed to E. J. GoodenoughTalks
kept him off. So In addition to
the Naples-Miami paying the Insurance premiums. said
Traffic .
on He la the first candidate to Fort Myers firm sent a re Police took him into custody
run remained about on par durIng all the problems jusl mentioned.there' Mrs. Johnson recently placed Asked If Johnson did not re. file as a supporter of Rockefeller presentatlve to the Commission Thursday for questioning by psychiatric

the week, withUSpassengers.utilising this.How her majority stock-holding In celve an Invoice which listed the GOP presidential meeting asking for a privlledge authorities.
as
tfieJllghw f or the rlod"Thurnguwla for the sake of universal the _LBJ Company,Jn trust. the of the
,. pt :: Reynolds as buyer nominee. ,. v_ of making a feasibility study ,, flef ore_. Pilot ncllb: Miss Caffee would not talk to
"' 'a" UMrfneres eWdisarmtmenywcould the United Reynolds testified that he re. ,equipment, Salinger_ said, "I'm k ''but' sought a'guarantee That a" 'On -Thursday': January 23 'EvJ 'reporters: '
the 121 flown during the States recognize Red China without garded Baker a former South/ standing on the statement I *
over tRENTON NJ. (APkov) ; franchise 'wotild T 'available1 if (pat) Goodonougfl< wUl b.k\lest
week last Cool and abandoning Chiang or at Carolinian like himself as made. I think it was .
same ex.pl1clt.
year. very Hughes the feasibility study proved saUs-
of
Richard J. 54, New speaker at a luncheon meetingof
least in effect agreeing that the
cloudy weather over most of someone who could provide him .,." NEWS DIGEST
The Commission did not
Jersey has been admitted to a factory. the Pilot Club at the Beach
Red Chinese and not Chiang
Florida for the past several daysIs with access to Important clients Salinger reported In responseto this .
hospital In Trenton for treat. grant request.It Club Hotel. Goodenough who Is
undoubtedly the big contribute were the boss of China? and had paid the former Senate another question that Johnson
ment of a pain In his right leg. affiliated with A. C. Edwards ft FROM AP WIREWestern
For all these reasons the dls.
ing factor for the mediocre flow aide about.$15,000 for his help. gave the stereo machine to was announced that Com.
He told newsmen the pain Is Sons will use as his topic of
armament circle due to ,
of although local conditions seems He said he had given Bakor of his household
traffic one employesnot mission Chairman Dewey Polly,
a recurrence of phlebitis Inflammation discussion "You and Your Financial and neutral dele.
certainly are still far better keep spinning quite a while. $4,000 for assisting him In ob. Identified''some time Commissioners Wes Downing andA. .
of the back of his Future". gates at the Geneva disarmament
than those In the frozen talnlng a commission of about "
Collins' Mind Not ago. knee, for which he was hospi. C. Hancock County Engineer On Saturday January 25, Pilot conference expect Russiato
Northlands. $10,000 In 1960 as broker for a
tallied two years ago. Harmon Turner and County Club is holding its annual fund. study President Johnson'snew

Charter and alr-taxl flights Made Up On Senate, performance bond required of Roads To Hughes said he expects to Attorney James R. Adams will raising affair, The King Neptune arms proposals with exceptional .
kept a variety of equipment moving Philadelphia contractor Matt Keep
fly to the Tallahassee court ses.
leave the hospital In three or Ball, which will be held at the Interest.
a good part of the week Race Holland McCloskey who built the Dls. 29.30
to
Says slon scheduled January
four days. Beach Club HoU., starting at Robert F. Kennedy continueshis
Flights were operated to Miami trlct of Columbia Stadium.
Firemen On Job validate the Everglades Express
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Former 9 p.m. donation $1.50 and there Malaysia mission In Jakar.
Venice and Palm with who
Beach
recently re.
McCloskey
Gov. Leroy Collins has not de. SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) way $17 million bond issue Re. will be a door prize. Funds ta where he meets again with
the Comanche. The 182 Cessna signed ambassador to Ire.
tided whether to run for the aa Three American military per. presentatlves of the Greater Naples received from this affair will Indonesian President Sukarno.WASHINGTON .
saw action on numerous Miami.Naples land was treasurer of the Dem.
Pending AppealCLEVELAND Chamber of Commerce will
U.s. Senate this year, according sonnet were slightly wounded be used towards the Edison Junior
flights plus a Boca Grande ocratlc National Committee at
to his potential opponent, Sen. today when a U.s. Air Force accompany the county officials. College Scholarship and the Pilot The senators investigating
trip from Miami. The Lockheed to handle
the time. He plans .
(AP)-The na.tlon'
oH
Epessard Holland. C47 developed engine trouble Scholarship House located In Tal Robert G. Baker's activities
flew a night charter to Miami Democratic campaign fund rals. .
Holland said, In an interview railroads who won a fed. takeoff and made a crash-land* Girl 10 ExpectsTo lahassee. In this house are living leave up In the air whether they
and theTwln Cessna saw action activities.
on with' the Sun Taller Tuesday, Ing oral arbitration award ellmlnaUIng big near Saigon, a U.S. military 22 glrlssald to be among the most: will pursue the testimony of I
an all day trip to Orlando and Reynolds testified he also paid
firemen's
that Collins now president of Jobs on diesel spokesman said Become Mother Intellectually talented girls Baker associate who said h.
return The piper Apache flew $1,500 to William McLeod, chief freight locomotives will delay
the National Association of from ster
graduated Florida
High gave Lyndon B. Johnson a
trips to Tampa Miami and palm clerk of the House District Com.
putting the award Into effect Within Two Weeks
Broadcasters
telephoned recently B'nai B'rith Hears Schools. eo set.
Beach to round out a fairly ac. mlttee in connection with the pending a union appeal.
to apologize for the "em. This be the of do
tlve charter week. transaction. Informed that CHICAGO (AP) Doctors may year

Robert Osgcod arrived In Naples barraging publicity" caused by McLeod same maintained the pay. live The Firemen Brotherhood and of Englnemen Locomo. Sen. Ted Kennedy have confirmed that a 10-year. Gen. McKee In clslon for the Nike,X antimissile

on Monday to take over his speculation that Collins might ment was for legal services In said the railroads have agreed old girl, described by her fourth system

duties as agent on the airport run. South Carolina Reynolds said to delay application of the ar Express ThanksBOSTON grade teacher as "quiet timid Australia For NATIONAL
"If I choose to run," Holland and small will become Realy 2 the new US. como
a ,
ticket counter Bob worked for not AP Sen. EdwardM. ,
this
was so. bitratlon award which was to ( )-- Defense Talks
quoted Collins be the munlcatlons be
Northeast "you'll mother in about two weeks. satellite, may
many years with Air. Reynolds' testimony given at have gone Into effect Saturday. Kennedy speaking in a
first to know. The child was placed in care CANBERRA Australia AP ., Joined In orbit Friday by an
lines in Boston and Is an old closed hearing Jan. 9 and II. E. Gilbert president of the voice choked with emotion, ( )
Holland said, "We're good of a foster family at the of -Gen. William F. other, Echo 2 as scientists try
'
,
age McKee U.S.
friend of
Jack O'Leary, who Is Jan. 17, was made public by the rail union, said the agreement thanked Americans and Cana.
covering the counter now. Both friends of long standing, but It'shis committee Tuesday signed Tuesday specifies that dians Tuesday night for their 3, following her mother's death. Air Force vice chief of staff,has for global radio, television and
and I'll do best
men will be working together the decision my is InvestlgaUIng of Police said she named a 16. arrived for talkson topics In. telephone systems
The committee If the courts uphold the awardIt expressions sympathy at the
to beat him if he does Someof
run. : year.old boy a member of the eluding closer UJ5..Australlan Jack Ruby awaits mental ex.
rest of the In ,
season Naples whether Baker, who re. then will go Into effect remaining death of his brother, President
people might be bitter ,
my foster family as the father-to. air defense cooperation. amlnatlon while his legal team
and then to prnvlncetown
.
ro early But signed his $19,600 Senate Job In effect for two John F. Kennedy.
as some of his might be. years, be. All are Negroes -- seeks to shift the murder trial
In May for the summer months. we're personal friends." under fire Oct. 7, engaged In. as specified by the seven-menu Kennedy Democratic senator The physicianwho confirmedteachers' Don't Be A Litterbug from Dallas to some other city.

ber arbitration board Nov. 26. from Massachusetts, spoke at'

The brotherhood and two other the 10th annual B'nai BritSports hgirl's I suspicions said the I
"is so Innocentthat
pregnancy
rail unions have filed legal Dinner.
President assassl., motherhood is Incompre. Elect I
actions. A lower court upheldthe The was "

j eeuel bhYWraMO rwse Irww award, but the unions have nated two months ago today. hensible. He added:
wfg i
Irnw IVnrIrwww suw "When I told her she Is going
taken steps to appeal that rul.
to have a baby, she asked, 'A Smith
BeckTO
Ing. Shirley
Recognition Of real one?* She's up there (In her
A spokesman for the broth
erhood said some 30,000 jobs Red China Blow room) cutting out paper dolls.
WAREHOUSE SALE She cries a lot. She wonders
theoretically are Involved. How.
what's going to happen to her
ever, since the bulk of the jobs To NATOSpaakTOKYO "
and her

1084 Fifth Avenue, South are are to vacated-by be eliminated retirement as they) (AP) Belgian For., The doctor baby.said Catholic char. City Council February 4

elm Minister PauUHenrl Spa k: titles will take care of the girl ,
(Next to Gulf Coast Motors) resignation, or death-the two.
said today French recognition ol f after the baby's birth.
will not allow elimination
year span Communist China "constitutes a, The youngest girl to have glv.

of that many posts. clear setback for the North At., en birth to a baby who survivedwas

Thursday and Friday ONLYJanuary J.the W.railroads Wolfe, chief said negotiatorfor in wash. lantlc Treaty Organization." a 5yearold in Peru in 1939. 6. I

Spa k is a former secretar> The baby was born by Caesar.
Tuesdays
Ington agreement delays
general of NATO, of which Bel.,, ean section
action on the firemen issue
23-24 glum Is a founding member. r'o..L'
"
but noted that Jane 25 will still : .o

be the cutoff date for determln Whether ReadingOf _
... .
ing wno wui i>e uu< oft Those Popularity Of

Drastic firemen with lest than the re Bible Popular

Reduction qulred seniority as of Jan. 25 DeGaulle Going Doesn't Matter

are the ones who will be affect.

of Floor ed, he said. Up, Polls Show SHIPPENSBCRG, pal (AP)-

Samples He also said the carriers will PARIS (AP) A poll shows Associate Justice William 0.

go ahead as scheduled with President Charles de Gaulle's Douglas of the U.s. Supreme

new rules governing the site of Court says the fact that most
.
popularity on ,he upswing.The

!MANY ITEMS BELOW COST! crews .on. Jan. 25. Public latest Opinion survey Institute of the,showed French reading Americans In the may public favor schools Bible.

has to do with its
Shriver Not Sure nothing con.
56 per cent of the persons quer.

Chairs Sofas Lamps AccessorieslliiimiiLET.iic He'll Run ForVicePresidency led said De Gaulle they were as against"satisfied"with 51 per stltutionallty.In a speech at Shlppensburg

cent at the end of November. State College Tuesday night,
Douglas said the purpose of the

Afghanistan (AP) Constitution Is to "protect the
[ I IJ KABUL river, director of the LASTED AWHILE minority no matter how repu. "A Business Woman for a Business Job"I

i U.S. Peace Corps, told. newsmen LOUISVILLE (AP- Teen-tae nant this might be to the ma.

'' .' Tuesday night he has not decided marriage* at- "uppo.td to be ." I am Interested In Good City Government the

.t; NAPLES, FLORIDA Midway 2.2953 whether to run for vice president risky bi ) ou i".,', prove It by growth and
beautific.t
if he Is asked. the Ri fus Embry. The 150-fnile-thick inner core of Naples good lOftIng -

Shclver, on a world tourcameto Entry war 16 and his bride of the earth probably U solid, open beaches, adequate
R I 0 R S recreation facilities -
.. I N T E Inspect peace CX .< in 14 hen they were wed in Butler and the 1.300-rnile-thiek outer

Af,' l-.' u k deliver a County Ky part of the core probably liquid and cooperating with our business; merchant

,MEMBER: .OF AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS >age ., P: -Uert; John. On New Yes Day they reports the National Geographic'!; PAID

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-I" 1rlfn"'L !I_ ..TSTSJfTWIDOGGY ; Unlnrnday, January Z2, '1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

tfl : Naples ArtistsRepresented :1 i 1 ; ,

1' .. At I '1<
w After Two Months Thousands j

,
WLX1fItWoteLoLBy
.
Lehigh ExhibitNaples's / ', ''

fast growing art colony Pass By To See JFK's ''Grave
will be represented by a display -
of approximately 25 paint-
ings when the An Council By MARTHA COLE There, on the boughs, were the
WASHINGTON AP) They military the Na. j
of Southwest Florida holds its ( caps pf Army,
JANE MARTIN till come by the thousands to vy, Air Force, Marines and \
first annual an exhibition next the peaceful slope overlooking special forces, tossed there the
1)0000000000000000000000000000000000000Foster) Sunday In the Lehigh Acres Aud- the capital' where John F, fArr day they burled the command
wt itorium on Joel Boulevard at
nedy lies buried. er.lrMhlef.
Harmon is delighted with the reception in
Lehigh Acres. Some pray. Some leave flow Among the boughs, too, werea
Naples of the Harmon Gallery, and its opening exhibi- Nine art groups from South- ers. Some Just stand silent with rollecUip piece of paper tied
tion last week. January 30th will be a preview of ionCorbino's west Florida will be represented their thoughts, Some Just cometo with white ribbon, a bouquet of
week Mr at the exhibition which will be brushed by history, to saythey've pink carnations, a nosegay of
work followed showing.
by a two
be open to the public throughout been there.It white chrysanthemums tied
Harmon considers this .exhibit particularly significant as the following week. Judges was just two months ago with red,ribbon that faded pinkon

Mr. Corbino has been a top flight American artist for the Jerry FarnsworthSydSolomon today that he was assassinated, the snow ,
and three years and two days Each evening, after ceme
past 30 years. and Loran WUford. all of Sarasota after he was Inaugurated as the tery gates are closed, the sold
Still on art, perhaps down the ladder a few rungs, will present awardsto 35th and youngest president of fens take from the boughs all
Cochrun Jr, winners at :3 p.m. the United States. the remembrances that people
would be the collection Mr. and Mrs. James L.
More than 400 paintings were A spring-like rain and a bring. They are put In a box to
have acquired. Saturday 25 of their friends gave them a rv submitted for the exhibition,according warming sun had melted away be given to the Kennedy fanu
surprise housewarming with each contributing his or her : to Mrs. Elsie Upham, most of the mantle of snow that lly.
wen known Naples artist and had covered Arlington National Mostly the visitors Just stand
idea of the the walls of their
perfect picture to hang on
146 pictures were selected and Cemetery and the open hillside there and look at the grave with
new home. c s where the eternal flame burns sorrow In their eyes.

, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Marhoefer Jr. gave a cocktail hung.The nine an groups repre- over his grave. The trees were bare, and the
Fresh everireen boughs covered long white rows of gravestonescast
party Saturday evening In the penthouse atop their sented at the display are as the base of the flame. long shadows

newly opened Edgewater Beach Apartments. Maggie follows Naples Cape Coral, The Jet planes droned over.
Fort Myers Beach BonIta Instead of kind 8-lpch head, and across another hill
here from Chi.
decorator for the
Bryant, apartments, was Springs Lehigh Acres Char- layer cakei: bake half the batter taps sounded for another man
cago for the affair. lotte County, Fon Myers in the big pun and the remaining who had fought for his countryand
The Marhoefers have been part of Naples for several Arcadia and Sanlbel-Captlva. in muffin pun*. died.

years. They have an apartment In the Harbour Club
.
which they use several months of the year. They have

son, Allen, with the Air Force In Normandy. His twin / I:

sister Martha, Is In Chicago, and the other two Marhoefer

children are married. Mary Zoe lives in Chico, Cal., and (

Byrne Is In business with his father.

SENIORS IN TOWN
SET gets preview of Jane will take place at the Society's annual t
The ninth annual Naples Seniors Invitational Golf Derby fashions Admiring one of luncheon meeting to be held at the

tournament Is going on at the Beach Club this week, and the gowns to be modeled by Mrs. Beach Club Hotel on Thursday, Janu J rA \ r.

a more enthusiastic bunch you have never seen. They Norman Turner for Zita, Inc. for the ary 30, at "11145 a.m. Admission for t't t+
have much fun the various tournaments that
so at youngermen
benefit of their poor relations, are the entire event is $2.75, and reser-
are envious, and eagerly look forward to the time Peppy Salley, Amber Tina Reynolds, vations must be made at the Beach
will be "of In fact know of at least
they age. we one Whoopee (the Humane Society's mascot Club by this Saturday. (McGrath photo) 4
local man who would like to see a sort of Junior Seniors ,
), and Suzette Patterson. This event I "
organized.
yrCY
t Among those- here to play Is Theodore Brazeau 91. Big Cypress DEATHSNEW Robinson Gallery

t years' old, from Wisconsin Rapids, Wise., who will be YORK (AP) Josep I To Feature Showing N '

the oldest participant Also Dorsey Nevergall, of Pom. Women To Play Schlldkraut, 68, stage and film
star who won two Academy'
pano Beach, the defending champion. Several southpawsare Awards for supporting roles,) By Adelore EmlingLocal ktr ( } i 1ff
in the tournament including C. J. Farley, of Grand Unusual Tourney died Tuesday. artist Adelore E ml Ing L_ I 11sy ,

Rapids, Alex Monroe, of Greenwich, Conn., W. R. Jobeof will Initiate the current series
Members of the Women's Golf LONDON (AP-Lord Lucas, of art exhibitions at the R. andan
Harrisburg, Pa., and Lester Lishon of West Newton, Association at Blg.Cypress Golf 65, great-grandson of the m i R. Robinson Galleries,1290 Third
Mass., and the Mansion House. and Country Club will compete who is said to have ordered the i St. 8m, with a showing of recently
Tom Abbott and Francis Griswold, both former Na tomorrow In the regular weekly tamed "charge of the Light: completed paintings. ., .ft
,,
outing In a tournament tabbed Brigade, died Tuesday. The artist is well known 1) 5
ples City champions, will be trying to dethrone Mr. Nev- local
"most of any one number" The art and social circles, be ,
ergall, and among other local players after his crown tourney will be played in three LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP)-MaJ., ing a longtime resident in por 4' a
classes. Gen Douglas C. McDougal, 87,, Royal) and having had seven one.
Stevens
are Bill Henderson, T. K. Montgomery, O. I I. .
listed as the oldest retired Marine > man exhibitions in this communi
H. B. Watkins and Edwin Jones to mention just a It was also announced there officer died '
very Corps Monday ty. His work is familiar to great!
will be prizes for the low putts,
few of the contenders. In competition against the field. after a long illness. number of people and many of his LJIA

P, H. Pope Is another Senior golfer who will! be on ,Starting time is set at 0 sum Dam paintings The new hang paintings in Naples are studiesof homes.

the course every day this week, 'Pppey": jr1) atjcent Interview" In last week's event, a blind flower and bird' subjects on"wTileh ... '
'for the Birmingham (Mich.) Eccentric, said: "<, partner tournament, M n.Elea. Clers A.: Davis, 54, of ImJ Etnllng has cgncentrtited' a ::';n i t srl' >: 1.vn
nor DuBane and Mrs. Evelyn mokalee, died last night at Naples his attention for the past several TENSE MOMENT in "Arsenic and to right, are: Gerald Fitch In role
"Retired? I abhor the word."It Brunt tied for first pi ace honors. Community Hospital. He years. This work is done in a Old Lace", Naples Players production, of Dr Einstein; James K. Dun as Teddy

has connotations of going to bed because you Tying for second were Mrs.Erla had been a resident of the La- i dry Jjrush oil technique on paper was caught by the photographer Sat Brewstef and Robert, Martel, playing "I
Stevenson and Mrs.Shirley Unke and Is particularly keyed to use
tired of automobile rubber of the world
are ; worn out ; Belle hmnol less and maintaining a consls. in this locality by color and urday night on the stage of the Junior Jonathan Brewster. (NEWS photo)
forgetting, by the world forgot. Also inhospitable seclusion 1933. For a number of yearshe
tency in competition for honors, had owned and the tonal values. High School Auditorium. Shown, left
operated
and hermits. Mrs. Claire coffman and Mrs. The exhibition will begin on.
"I 1 will have none of it. I am 'unemployed', by my Marie Damon finished in a tie Pick and Pay Dry Goods Storein Tuesday, January, 28, and will
for third place.Landscape. Immokalee continue through February 4.The Mrs Tippit Not
own choice. I am so listed, on the rosters of two golf He Is survived by a daughter R. and R. Robinson Gallery is

clubs." And he goes on for a few more amusing paragraphs By Mrs. Robert Stanton, of open dally from nine to five, Decided On How

telling just why he Is so happy to be out of work. Fort Wayne, Ind., and a half Monday through Saturday To Use Money Yet

Gene Brown, Ed Moore, and Clarence rVWDormand Mrs. WhitneyOn sister Mrs.. Funeral Pete arrangements Doub ofImmokslee. Dy PATRICIA CURRAN Did You Know?

all of Birmingham, Ala., are staying at the reef Club are pending at the Earl Wellmans At DALLAS (AP) In a quiet

while here for the Seniors tournament. Mr. Brown and Display G. Hodges Funeral Home In Spyglass Lane corner of a south Dallas ceme. Now Has -
tery lies the body of patrolman Naples .
Mrs. Carl Hoffmann are reminiscing 'about when they Naples, until the daughter arrives Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Well. J. D. Tippit, slain two montt.s

both lived In Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Brown was presidentof Mrs. Alice Whitney, 2448 Lan. from Indiana.Church man of Jamestown, N. Y. ar. ago today as he sought to ques. It's Own
tern Lane, Naples, was notified rived last Friday and are their tlon President Kennedy's ac.
Brookside Club where Bonnie
Country played golf recently that her painting entitled Women home 807 Spyglass Lane, until cused assassin. Ills grave Is un.
and remembers when she turned pro. "Landscape" Is currently on display April, 10. Their older son and marked, save for a Christmas
In the First Federal Savings wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. wreath and a bouquet of artl.
RETURN TO TEXAS and Loan Association, 301 East Worship FridayAll Wellman who have been here flclal roses.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Beck have returned to their home in Las Olas Boulevard, Fort since January S left for their His widow, whose home Is a Poodle
Lauderdale.The church"women are Invitedto home Monday morning. En routeto few blocks away, Is Intent on
Houston, Tex., after spending the weekend with Mrs.
attend the weekly 30 mlnute
painting was 1 1963 Florida > Jamestown they will stop at living as she did whpn her
Beck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Godfrey. The Becks state award winning entry of the devotional service, sponsored by High Point, N. C., where WelU! husband was alive, although
five in Fla. Famous Artists Studios, West. Naples United Church Women, will she was wealthier by $000,849.
spent days Hollywood, before coming to man plan the decor for a Pampering
port, Conn., and featured along on Frtflay at 10 a.m In Hunk In furniture manufacturer. Mrs. Tippit thanked the na.
Naples.Also with works donebySunshlneState I Chapel of the First Presbyterian lion for Its contributions at a
here for a weekend visit were Mr. and Mrs. artists from all walks of life Church. Rev Shearer Will press conference Tuesday. "Ihaven't
In the "Painting for Pleasure" This Is another in the seriet decided about the money Parlor !
(Continued on page a) exhibit. The review will be on of services leading up to the Talk To United yet," she said, "but I have
display through the month of Jan. World Day of Prayer February advisers. We will try to use the
uary.Mrs. 14. Friday's service will be led Church WomenThe money the way God would haveus
Whitney Is a former professional by Mrs. "
Harry Parham of the United Church Women of to. DTrimming
Includes
Nail im
musician and pianist. First Methodist Church. will hold Mrs. Tippit smiled as she as. I clip,
Naples a meeting on lured reporters her mall did Cleaned, Nail Polish and Hair Ribbons
DISTINCTIVE Tuesday January 28, In Spencer -
not Include proposals of mar.
Hall of the First
FASHIONS Presbyterian rlage. When asked whether she

Church. was 37 or 38, she replied, with DShampoo & Tick Dip
Rev. Harold Shearer, who Is another smile, "I'm 33."
in charge of migrant Negro But she appeared generally

children in Immokalee will be somber, and her voice broke FE ATI) R | NO -
rDt\YM\ the speaker once as she was asked about
the reaction of her throe child. of Collars Leads Hand
Complete Un. Fancy ,
COMPLETER ren to their father's d ath. "Do-
;i Exclusive at R&R Ing without their father has Knitted Sweaters, Hand Made PJ's, ProfectOPantt -
Jtty been pretty hard on them," she "for the Girls in Season."
ORT Our SpecialIndividuality said, "and will be for quite
time." '
some "
The widow said the plans to
I live as the has and "r ar the
APPARELReal 1 children as 1 would have If he By Appointment Only! /r,
5" Th J Spring Collection of In. were with u.." 1

y'' this famed designer will That means khe arid Allen, PHONE MI 2-4159 ,{
Gifts
be shown at a luncheon 14, Brenda, 10, and Curtis Glen, 382 12th Ave. So ; _
fashion show Beginning! at 12 S, will remain In a pink brick
on Thurs home in a south Dallas devel. .4

fashion looks at first f day. January 30th at the Interiors opmtflt.

like"nothing much", at second : Beach Club Hotel to bene. Eiprmlng You when there' peanut brittle ,in

glance "but kind of Interest- fit the Human Society. the house, irukh cnouah to makes

ing", at third, "really lovely." a Trunk showings on the "'urniture of half whipped cup and cream.fold .it Serve into a over cup PamperedPoodles

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nATEI Details of the Philippine me.
'. + 1. WASHINGTON (APIn then
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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22 1964
r ya ws from Washington: dlatlon proposal were not dls. 1
TIMETABLEI with its eyeson closed. It was not known here
whether Prince Norodom Sihan.
Conventions Are Good Business national the summer political dates conventions for the, ouk's Cambodian government I:
had accepted the plan.
Com.mlttee
Announcement that between 2,500 can now be solved by simultaneous meet i It I the House has Appropriations drafted a timetableto

and 3,000 Shrlnen will meet In Naples ings at two or three separate places if get all the annual money bills HOUSING President Johnsonhas
endorsed plans for
a
sometime In early spring is good news all are so connected that one speaker through the House early inJune. tional education program almod na.

indeed. The Naples Shrine Club is to can be seen and heard at each meeting.This If .the schedule is followed, at making it easier for Negroesto

be congratulated and commended for could very likely be arranged appropriations action, as far as move into white neigh.

of such through General Television's cable facili the House is concerned, will be borhoods.
magnitude
securing a gathering it six months ahead of last year's The program will be carriedout
ft
for the community.The ties. 1 '_ I ; slowdown record. with enforcement of the ex.

meeting will be the largest ever Many local residents are not fully ,1/ IL l Ofr The Ination ecutlve order in federally against dlscrim.assisted

held In Naples and will require the close aware of the economic impact on the House LmRJtrU beat back a DSt Republican housing.

cooperation and assistance of all thecommunity's community of a convention of 3,000 attack and passed a bill Tues.
motels hotels day' to extend federal library\ OSWALD'S WIDOW The
estimatedthat
apartmentsand persons. It is pretty accurately Warren Commission investigaUing
aid to urban areas.
restaurants to house and feed nearly each person attending a conventionwill The but would continue a pro. the assassination of John F. I

3,000 parsons spend about $20 per day. We think gram begun in 1830 to bring Kenned has announced It will r\

It will be extremely Interesting to this figure Is somewhat conservative but r library services to areas with take testimony Oswald from the the widow
of man
out them. The original measurewas Lee who .
see how a convention of such a large let's use it for an example. With 3,000 limited to communities of had \been charged with killing! .

number of persons can bs accommodatedhere. persons attending, that would mean less than 10,000 population. him.The is
commission understoodto
If \It can bs done successfully and $120,000 placed into local trade channels The United States want to learn as much as it
DISPUTE
we are confident that It will be, there Is by the two-day Shrine meet. Muchof has accepted a Philippine pro. can about the former Marine

no reason why Naples can not attract this amount will go for salaries whichin I L ;' ". ;.: posal for patching! up the dispute and avowed Marxist, partlcu.
; his movements
about
Nov
larly
: between this count and
other sizeable and
meetings con- turn are locally. Visitors also
many spent the
Cambodia officials reported 22, the day president was
ventions. Many groups have expressed a buy in local stores restaurants cocktail 1.I Tuesd night. shot to death In Dallas J

desire to hold their meetings here but lounges, filling stations etc. .l--

in the past it has not been considered Many Florida communities have built Old Rockin' Chair I''

possible to handle over 0500 to 1,000 per pedal facilities for conventions, which ....... _ _ _ D .'

sons at one time. they find to be profitable. But few of Br HAL BOYLE h !o [

Even now there is no single auditorium these cities can offer some of the ad- I TODAY IN HISTORYFLORIDA

or meeting place where over 600 vantages available here school. A ," ,,, tar II., I ./Me'. ." 100 YEARS AGOB
persons can be accommodated at one It is be NEW YORK (AP) Some. Every promise a present poll. four L.ul 11..hc..1 bandy 811.1 ,1&_
to hoped that the Shrine thing new Is about to happen to titian makes leads you to recall k'lund. M..I. Aswuuun.BEEFSTEAK y Florida Library & Historical Commission
time. This has always been a distinct meeting will be the first of a long stringof mankind another promise a past polltU AND Civil War Centennial' Committee

disadvantage, for it is usually desirable meetings and conventions to come III soon be 53 years old, an clan failed to keep. BLACK EYES ,-. yum nil ill THIi.U.i.V****.
and sometimes age when the birthday candlesare No matter how fast you
hold least
necessary to at here during the off-season months. Con-
beginning to cost more than move, you find more and more What with the high coM 1 01iniat
one or more general meetings of the entire ventions are good business. the cake. old ladles are beating you to a these bl.uk c>'i'kvlduni January 22 U. S. Secretary of V.ir Stanton ques
attendance. Perhaps this -problem One of my youthful assocu seat on the bus. arc treated lo ;.1 pn-ic tions the advantages of a military campaign into florida.He .

........ ......... h.... ....... h. ._... ....._....... ...........................u..uu..u.y.. .. _,_ .._ ..._u. ates, when I mentioned mjr You have more fun In remUnlsclng of beefsteak beefsteak a> of jurecluall, says, however, that if the campaign will give jn outlet ofor 4
.IiAa.e.IkM1; ... t1v: 4.4 ;: :t]; :h U'N::" .' ... ,'J :.: ", : : ,,:.", .. '" t. "Tell forthcoming us, Grandpa anniversary, what, said It La, doing.than you used to havein black ne i* than ni no the more application. help| loa cotton and aid in the enlistment the discretion of Negro of troops General he 1 I
el the
like to be a living mossback In Along about this time of year any oilier cool ol"jict. A wadof will leave matter entirely to .
your own time?" the thing you most yearn to cotton or a fair cloth tlcppul I Gillmore. Commander Sherrill of the U. S. bark Rm-lwck/ J

Well, sir, by cracky, the view achieve 1 is to see the first robinof discolored in culd water eye and(for applied 15 minutes to a reports the loss of the prize sloop Mary while en route to &1

through your bifocaled windowson spring. every hour lor a tune, i is KO<.d| Key 'est! "About a half hour after sailing, the officer in
the edge of S3 is like this You can remember more first aid treatment. ;uch a told charge discovered that she was taking in water very fast
.. .. .. . .. Life Insurance fellows quit clearly the ruinous beauty of coniprcus may rmiumt/e (lie and immediately turned back, but she soon filled, becoming
trying to sell you on new 20. the girl you loved so desperate. deep discoloration a damaged unmanageable. Seeing the impossibility of fetching this
year endowment policies. ly In kindergarten than the one l ee.The .
discoloration of an cCis ship, the officer let go both anchors, but the cable of one
When you open the newspa. you wooed and lost in college.At .
not the worst that happen drifting rapidly toward the beach wind blowing
ran parting,
per you turn first to the obictueary the office you tend to discredit
Prime for ecru u slight blow utaycause breeze. When launch reached the sloop she
Of Importance page to see who lost before the views of any cowork. .. on a strong a
Drab ConformityWe outing is more serious than a lack 01 turning to the sports page to er who doesn't have a 25yearpin the eye enou can* damage.he Irall.lll1th..1through A tap( on was near the breakers. The people were all taken off. The

live In a world where the tendency water. Take away water and you tate see who won. in his lapel. the eyed' fluid 1 conum\ sloop went well up on the beach, bursting out her sides
Is to minimize original creative activity away electricity In most cases; swimming It takes you longer to clear You become reconciled to the with sufficient force to injure and raising the deck. The cotton was nearly all saved."
and to reduce the totality or man-made ; boating; automobUes, unless you your throat when you wake up tact that there are only two the retina. separation or tearing Commander Sherrill also reports eighty-six refugees on
environment to a drab uniformity, Main nave a moael that doesn't have a radiator In the morning. real wonder drugs aspirin and of( the, unit retina. contribute toblindness shore at Hutchin natural healiiiK
streets In every town look more and ; Loon: Dams, to WhiCh many children The face you see In the mlr. sodium bicarbonate. u ** the- The following Florida men are appointed assistant surgeons -
more alike as the same chain stores will cheer; all forms of drinking; and air ror when you shave looks more But if anyone asks you what 1 Is arli\\11 oi r\'rftle retina i ie-! by order of the Confederate War Department!
raise the same neon-1lghted signs. Homes conditioning, to mention ,Just a few. In like your gather and less like; the best age In life, you here no adhere to the underlying ti Mie William Bellinger, Richard H. Randolph, James E. limes,
of house designs ana take away'We. yOU. ," ft doubt of the answer,- it's the Surgery for .
are chosen from a catalog tact race away water you v separation| of thretlllaAcali1l \ I
. by number, rerardless of the Sown,-*-- because: upon ,water depend all living You grumble because It costs* age you ar..f Nov\ >one,really:\ for a delicate o|>erution. John C. Pclot, and Rcnlcy S. butler. m
the region or the seenlo backgrounds ""tereturea and plant life you more ?oWto have ap4lf"6fshoes what living l"untll"he Is almost Our type| of -urlkalrepair Washington informs Major General Gillmore that his \
-THI WABRENTON: (N.Y.) -'rm MEDINA (OHIO) DAILY LEADER POST resoled than you paid for 53. Everything before Is iinoUe the insertion of f request for colored regiments cannot be filled: "The wants
LAKE: GEORCI NEWS the shoes when you went to high only preamble. tiny needle through the outer of the Department of the Gulf are much more pressing

tr 'tr m.m! :: :r __, ,_ .'. ..... ...,".,...... .., > .. ,.. coat of of the the eyeball in the. than yours, a part of the colored regiments have been sent
tJJJ..Jf.I. .if25.W; :,:. ; i w.rli: : : ::;: '::" ',,'.. '.: vicinity the needles torn are in rrtiaa.When place there. In regard to your proposed operations in Florida the
an electrical current H applied Secretary replied that the matter has been left entirely to
to each needle 'I'he heat thu your judgment and discretion, with the means at your
others; THIS CURIOUS WORLD induced create scar tissue and command. As the object of the expedition has not been
,say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS tint near:: tissue. re-unitee. (he
detached retina with the undir- explained, it is impossible to judge here of its advantagesor
I lying tissue practicability. If it is expected to give an outlet for
Seat Belts And Tragedy On The \OIII! \ I I / If after i. a Mow to the eye the cotton or open a favorable field for the enlistment of
HighwaysFor \lIrf' THE y or vision painful fuzzy, an or eye the eye physician I is cut colored troops the advantages may be sufficient to justify

quite some time the national highway associations and safety iftN should he consulted immediate the expense in money and troops. But simply as military
councils have been the of ly to help avoid serious and operations I attach very little importance to such expedi-
urging use seat belts in
stress.
passenger cars, perhaps permanent damage
tions. If successful they merely absorb in
our
ing the point that their use can reduce fatalities I 15 eta troops
by to 20 cent. 1145
per = garrisons to the places but have little influ-
,
occupy or no
The Winter Haven WOADWlwe
area had a tragic example of failing to heed such 1' aD "
warning within tne past two weeks A Dundee /, ; A4tANed6z ence upon the progress to the war.
killed
couple was in HOLY._. THUS PET DOCTOR
a collision with another car. The Dundee residents were riding in a HOLY EVEN WG,
car WITH SEAT BELTS WHICH WERE ==- THI By A. W. Mellor, D.V.M. .. ...
wlsCELERRA1tO
NOT FESTM1MI .
BEING USED. The t ::' ,:>;: "",;::fi ". :. ::.:' :w<
couple occupying the other car HAD SEAT BELTS WHICH WEPE BEING s IJYTHC : ; } : '. )

USED, and consequently they escaped with minor bruises. There is ;;, oPAM RotMA/a6;5.4 ttt3tJ0it 4THt
every reason to believe that the Dundee couple would have escaped with -- soooess' of fnurr

comparatively few injuries had they had been using the belts. It is ,..-- ?BEES LATER ON, Junior Editors Quiz
.
tragic for motorists to the N BRITAIN, THE on-
ignore warnings and not installing seat belts,
but it is doubly so when they have had been placed in their cars end IT AUtO M THANKS6IVIN0FOR$ CW8SATSO L SCIENCEQUESTION

then drive along without taking a few seconds to strap themselves in end ....r THS HARVEST.
minimize the risk of serious injury or death. National figures indicate UTEA r
that-a minimum of 5,000, lives can be saved each year by the use of the T = HELD IN

belts. Here in Winter Haven and elsewhere the Junior Chambers of CNTW/ffOOV .1 OF" THE fASVtsANO d
Commerce have done a fine job telling the belts at nominal prices and GOES DOWN Ae LOW AffAOO AaART1'ts 55 it Q i.

installing them for the car owners. Some hundreds of owners have availed AfZCW DEGREES 2EBO/ .
themselves of this service and others should do so et the earliest opportun

ity. More car manufacturers are making the belts standard equipment on .
most models. But good results will only be obtained if the motorists USE tn\::,::: :.

THEM AT ALL TIMES. Win,., Haven, H.r.UHoflVs SHAD ..D.EF'T t mfn Ai -SEA LEVEL .L a ,hr
_1 I HARtoCE.RIO 1

EL.AI1.HOTHIHGDt.eEI1TuRE. ... Q. I have a two-month-old L r1 it tt6j

LoafIt ACROSS 27 down Pound .. D 0 A. I IRK E D kitten who has only eight or nine i t 'a

1 1. Roman 29. Fish 0 V t TIT I M 0 u 5 Eo teeth. He it always biting my
is too soon to measure the goodor was before. What will be the effectof cloaks delicacy CON, T t N U E P E. 11 hand Do kittens hove teething

bad results for the public in the the efforts of regional union 6. Electric 30. Sun of Bda A L. 0 U o. tot Nt... problems? Mrs. Marion Maher, '

"master contract" James Hoffa has leaders to hold on to their power? until 31 Old Jew r A I N TNt S 5 long Island New Yo,..

negotiated for some 400,000 workers The many previous contract negotiations 12. Excess fluid month t M C L A N G t T R t t A. Ue humans kittens ho.. (..thing
around the country were bodily 32 Hiuorlct. V L L CNN AA
end will hove to .
'
in the 13. Muse ofitronomy problems you just \v
trucking industry.The
tO
costly to both sides. Will the master period R K S US. R t :s T understand that' your kitten, mull chnon > f -

snap judgment on) the partof contract with common expiration 14. Revoke 33. Spreads "' ,ngl. This' is something common (o 0A.
33. Stucco SOLUTION Or YlSTUDA Y'S PUZZLE
the outsider is likely to partakeof dates result in economy? Will legacy 37. Increase all mammals Al birth mommolt hove
49 Harmful Offshoot of a minimum' number o that failing Mr Hofta is reportedto the trucking companies negotiating 15. Stale 39. (Insect
have said he didn't have: "I may in force actually be in a 16. Abstract 40.Orange red 50. Regenerate the Sablnc will not damage the mother's nipples
while Th.n develop milk
they
6 Mink
have faults, but being wrong ain't stronger position than before? bang dye DOWN 7. Cltronwood teeth, which nunmg or. imall and soft Al 'lour
one of them." Since the palmiest days of truck. 18. Cheer word 43 Subject 1. Infusion S' Belonging to s* months' they will be replaced by 1111pEetrt
On first glance it seems that if ing, the competition from railroads 19. Our country 47 Newspaperman 2, Unusual to an order permanent teeth, Meanwhile, don't put o

the master contract is ratified by and airlines has increased. Will it Warehouse 48. 3.4. Turn Mohammedan right herb your hond where he ton nibble en II. : How do they measure the height{ of mom-
both sides, Mr. Hofta's empire is be competitively impossible for the 26. Udle boat Dispatch noble 9. Hermit Remember "''otwhI..h'r, >gh'lbon.1 rains?

well on the way to further expan truck lines to pass all new expenseson 10.502 or. alto growing end Ihe young kitten .
needs calcium.blur.lllot his
don. One expert opinion is that to their customers? I I. J If s 7 d I' IQ /I 11. Deplorable plenty.f ANSWER: There are
S/ 17 Indian diet has plenty el milk' In It. And, since several ways to do this; our picture
Mr. Hoffa would like to go on from These are some of the questions I II. ,;,:... trophy he .Is still, te yew"" .IIw..ldbe edv(sable shows two wIdely! used methodl. Mountains art measured by
:
such bargaining to building up a complicating a judgment on the // q 19. Entrance le take him to your local! veterinarian their height above sea level, or altitude; to
network of contracts in a vast arrayof latest Hoffa move. If I 20. Deep mud lor e thorough ch.dup.COLLIER do this art called altimeter.. In ourplcture a S"um -

related industries dependent on A management negotiator!: said / :!l. Widespread .' fcO >$**.:,i i*.;:'; ','! er altitude,. breathing with an axylen aneroid through altimeter>> M. face mask, U checking: hi.
trucking. The increases in wages that "in many regards" the contract o / 1 16 /7 / 9; COUNTY NEWS To understand how this wortl'

and fringe benefits now scheduled was "good for the trucking in- I' t 1/ II ,// lJ t f IS sickness weight; the air hlaher up presses remember down air has definite
22. Chalice Published dally, except Monday on that below.l This
though less than Mr. lIoffa asked dustry." A master contract is a /, 24. Coif and Seture'ey. .In the afternoon by menu then are different "r pressures
according tO height.
for, presumably would be passedon departure in this Industry but not / l' 2& / II 23. Rent cry the Inc.,Collier rut Twelfth" County 55,..,." ;::'t.o...- Inalde the cllmMr'l altimeter U a Mttlrmwal box whoee

to the public. in some others of national scope: '0 "r ,, 28. Of the sole pi.80... 331.Telephone rte.., 13940 Mel aid>... P. O. sides registers move In the and out accordina( to the I' pressure; this
on dial
But there are practical questionsthat A great deal will depend on the ft, r0 of the foot Midway 11107 for ell above tea level. The In feet and shows the climber's height/
may not be answered until the ,, responsibility with which it.i. i is ,car ,J ,. // JS ,' 34. Glide on Ice department . which ahowl how h1&h plane it II In 111 upper I ell also bu one ot these.
// up the air but .
full story of the negotiations is dis ricd: out. This is a good time' for 36. Range Subtcrlptlon Rate. With en'sbsolate altimeter.' A radio hart; "ent also equipped
IJ 38. Bib. .In down from the
01J1 V37 Judge By carrier er mail payable
closed. They will be affected by the the much-indicted leadership of the / r// 0 0: 0 40, Knowledge advance plane bounce up again; by the time taken to bounce back, the
of the court trials Mr. teamsters 40 44 "S ... On. Veer SIS. Sl. Months $7.SO. altimeter shows how high the
outcome to eschew the tactics that 4l ;::0 U 4. 41 Hubbub Three Months 13 It.Member U plane Is above the mounta1n top.
thll
Hoffa is facing. have led to disfavor among the 42, Technique el The Associated. .*.. het&he II then decbted from the above
"1 wit ch it entitlee eclua'vely to tne sea level the height of the esknowsWt
4e
mountain
Mr. Hoffa is more vulnerable in public and convictions in the ; 44 Brooch II.. for republicet'on .f all local will

his own Teamster Union than he courts. -ff :/ 5' 4V Dan bard well name" at items ell printed AP newt in.thl,.",*.'ell.paper.. a* FOR YOU TO DO: Fill ImaU-necked
46.of inmtrd.l. bottle with water.u .
Entered: at tecentf c,... "tt.tl.ret'M. hart poutiAjthe water
Chrlstlon Science Monitor A, ". ",,_." 1.21 Post OHoc. el ".p'''. Florida, pour out out. Ceo you tell why I' doM sot
28 more
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THE NAPLES Venue Change By RAE WEAR
Echo 2 OrbitBy rIi

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NotebookContinued
CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) A World War I medal was present when these were award t

-A new US communications From DallasDALLAS received this past week by Ben ed. I
satellite, Relay 2, circled the Falstreau Bonita Springs. A This medal and seven others '
(Continued from page 3), earth today and may be Joined CAP-Jack Rub)'* short bar at the top has"1918" were found In a salvage store

Friday by another, the giant defense team will return to Inscribed on its a red, white In Santa Ana, Calf, not long
Echo 2 balloon, as scientists court Feb. 10 to argue that his and blue ribbon hangs from the ago by a World War II veteran -

Hall Jr., of Pompano Beach, Fla. They were with seek the best space system for murder trial should be trans bar and from the bottom of the from Ohio who wonderedhow j
and ferred out of Dallas because of
television
worldwide radio
North. ribbon the circular medal medals could show up In :
the senior! Halls on Fourth Avenue, telephone coverage. "general animosity against hangs eight

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pearce, South Lake Drive, are Relay 2 shot Into orbit from him." and which is inscribed a second hand store more than 9
Cape Kennedy Tuesday atop a Meanwhile, Ruby will under. around the outside rim "For 2500 miles awayi one medal ,
Ontario Canada
back after several weeks In Toronto, ,
three-stage Delta rocket. go an intensive mental examination Democracy Liberty and Justice would be understandable but not j i
and will be here until the end of April. On the satellite's first orbit, t conducted by a three ." In the center at the top eight. In his curious mood !

Mrs. William H. Franklin was away for five months. radio communications and a -! ''"rwS"ei man panel of psychiatrists is an eagle perched on crossed he purchased all eight, feeling ,

She went first to her former home of Springfield, III. In television test pattern were agreed upon by Dlst. Judge JoeB. rifles; below, a star design with that perhaps they had never been '
beamed to It from Mojave, Cal. Brown. a center"On
figure In the delivered.
the fall she took an extended trip to the Orient. And for If. The satellite Immediate) Chief defense lawyer Melvin victory
the back of the circular This World War U Veteran
the last six weeks has been in Santa Barbara, Cal transmitted the signals dark to Belli said he was pleased over but
write
-
piece, Is the legend Presented decided not only to ,I
court Tuesday:
Mojave and to a station at Nut developments ,
Miss Helen Stofer and Miss Hazel Wilbur bravel/ the of send these medals to
ley, N.J. 4 zw which resulted In creation of by citizens Willough- also to w
started from Norwich, N. Y., for their annual motor tripto First Intercontinental television : r >e the panel but failed to gain Ru. by, Ohio, to their local fight Mayor Gar J. Pence In Wll- '

Naples. The second day a blizzard grounded themin broadcasts via Relay 2 a /I 4 b)" his freedom on bond. ing men." Immediately belowis loughby. who upon receiving the i
9
the were shrtduled today-en ex. Another result was delay Of the engraved name of the man letter and the medals proceeded -
here until
Baltimore for 24 hours. They are now
change of greetings between Rub>"'s murder trial on a chargeof who was to receive the medal.In to help solve the mystery.

middle of April, and along with the rest of us confidentthe UJ5. and Japanese government .. killing Lee Harvey Oswald, this case the name of Ben He turned the information over 1 "1'

sun will shine SOON.A officials. President Johnson the prc.Marxlst accused of as. Falstreaj appears,and the first to their local paper "The Telegraph I .
speak on the US. segment. sasslnating president John F.
week ago Miss Clare Dinsmore couldn't get out may Echo 2, successor to the spec EASY LIVING I I Rufus I resident at San Fran Kennedy time he had ever seen it was where ireporterpro- I'
"
of Martha's Vineyard because of snow, so was delayed in tacular Echo 1 balloon which eieco'i Zoological Gardena appears to add credence to a Brown said If he rules when he received it in the mall ceeded to check the engraved I

coming to visit her sister, Mrs. F, M. Simonds. On the orbited In I960, Is scheduled for icientific report that malt Ion, art lazy and prone to titttat. against a change of venue Feb. this past week, u he was not names He was aided materIally -
launching from Vandenberg Air 10, the trial of the 32.year.old '. '.' by Ben Daniels, former I
bright side, Mrs. Simonds lust returned from Jamaica Force Base, Calif., Friday. It strip joint operator will begin postmaster, whom he knew to I

where she enjoyed fine tropical weather. She stayed in Is to expand to a diameter of Fears Feb. 17. Otherwise, he will ,rw rfp be a Marine veteran of World i ,

Montego Bay with Mrs. P. K. Rhinelander. 135 feet In space, and the Unit. 'Rec' Money May Be the choose trial.a new site and date for War i I. Daniels not only knew ,j'
ed States and Russia have (
most of the men were from Wll- ,
WAITING FOR NEW HOME The trial had been scheduledto
agreed to try to bounce signalsoff !
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Presnell are with Mrs. Presnell's Its aluminum skin. It wouldbe begin Feb. 3. loughby, but that some had since r'
Used To Buy Land For CanalBy retired to Florida.
The defense suddenly droppedits
their first joint experimentIn
Kerckhoff Gordon Drive until
mother, Mrs. R. D. talking via satellite. attempt to get Ruby freed By sleuthing and well-placed -

their own home, also on Gordon Drive, Is ready for them. Relay 2, an active communications THE!: ASSOCIATED PRESS would go to so-called triple funs on bond after the court agreedto mention of the problem in

Mrs. Kerckhoff, Kathy and the Presnells arrived this week satellite, built by RCA, Sen. John Mathews of Jack. tlon lands where recreation appoint the team of psychiatrist "The Telegraph", a day or so 'I

from St. Louis. Mr. Kerckhoff will loin his family this and Echo 2, which has no electronic sonvilie, a candidate for governor needs are subordinated to flood *. later three of the medals had "
parts and serves only as says he has heard that control and navigation. Brown held a long afternoon been delivered. Ben Falstreau

weekend.Mr. a reflector of signals, are differ funds from the $50 million out. Tuesday, Bryant said: "The conference with prosecution and Jr. of Wllloughby saw the ar- '>;

Joe Rothe arrived Sunday to spend several ent approaches In a U$. effort door recreation program will be mere fact that we have money defense lawyers and stated aft. tlele[ claimed the medal and i ,

months with his son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. to determine the most effective used to buy right of way for the available and authority to use erward that the psychiatrists'report sent it here to his father.
must be evaluated In
type of satellite for a global cross Florida barge canal. these funds does not constitutea have been residents of Bonlta
Magnus Brinkman. Mr. Rothe lives in Sheboygan, WI$(. space communications .)'slem. Gov. Farris Bryant told water windfall for any given court, subject to argument from Springs since 1954. following f

Mr. and Mrs. Joachim Henkel, First Avenue, South, Most experts believe an even resources development officialsnot project. both sides his retirement from the Reliance J

have with them ",\rs. Henkel's mother, Mrs. Charles Kuehn, tual three network to six satellites will consist similar to of as a to way look to on acquire the bond land unlessthey money was; 4 Electric Company of Cleveland .'

and her niece, Anne Hansen, from Copenhagen, Denmark. the Syncom 2 payload launchedlast carefully plan the recreational Neutrals At Arms Parley His retirement after

After a year of travelling, Anne will return to Denmarkto year. Syncom satellites or. benefits building his home on Pennsylvania ',",
bit 22,300 miles high, where The canal is a prime goal of Avenue here has made S
start training for the dentistry. She will be followingher their relative match that his home
speeds the Bryant Administration. Un. for him many hobbles, ,

mother who Is a practising dentist in Copenhagen.A of the earth and they appear to der a constitutional amendment, See Merit In .LBJ ProposalThe grounds etc. slgnity same; ,f

tropical paradise Is promised Cotillion Club members hover over one spot. the state has proposed Issuing BEN FALSTUEAU, she after landscaping, many plastic, the j
The higher altitude poses $50 million In bonds for an out. 41 years (haM just rrrrhrd and concrete innovations, all ot
for their second dance Saturday night at The Moorings many technical problems, but door recreation development By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH and specifications of nuclear de. kin. medal In recognition of which are original in design
Club. will be from 8:30 to 12:30 most engineers are confident Associated Press Writer livery systems-missiles, submarines .1
Country Dancing : : program. .
his Hnl(<'. in World War 1.I. All of this is far removed from
they can be overcome. Bryant said it become GENEVA (AP-Western and planes and the like-
with breakfast to wind up the evening. Mr. and Mrs. necessary to give may priority to neutral delegates at the 17na. and a controlled cutoff In the Is shown in the Rirdrn of bin his days in the service--May

Holland Salley and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Link will be hosts Killed On Way some public works projects. tlon disarmament conference production of nuclear materialsfor dome at t Itonita Spring' 1917' thru May of 1919.durlng I'

for the evening. Now, he said, the state's priori. expressed confidence today that weapons. which time he participated in
Home To His Own ties "are governed in large part the Soviet Union is studying Some delegates believed two many battles.A .

Cardinal Chiarlo Carlo cardinal( Chiarlo, 82, by what we can get through President Johnson's new arms less spectacular proposals by Beach Club Men mystery still remains as I.
Italian member of the Vatican Birthday PartyNEW Congress." control proposals with exceptional Johnson had better chances of to how these eight medals arrived r
To Ask MembersA
Curia died Tuesday night of has interest. a favorable Soviet reaction.
Dies: ConsistoryMay Thus tar, Congress ap. 2,500 miles away inCal-
ORLEANS (AP}) Gra.
11
intestinal tumor at Lucca The President In a These called for agreement to
an priated $1 million for the canal message
;
Question"Shall Ifornla 44 aftertheywere
dy Brumfield was nine Tuesday.His Key years 'i
Be Convened his family home. lie had been the new budget calls for spend. read at the conference's re prevent the spread of nuclear scheduled be distributed.
family planned a birthday to
VATICAN CITY (AP) The ill more than seven months. him ing an additional $4 million. sumption Tuesday, proposed a weaponsto nations that don't we play winter or summer -
death of another Roman Catholic Cardinal Chlarlo's death reduced party Tuesday night to help Mathews, campaigning at verified freeze on the numberPirates' have them and a system of observation rules?" This question

cardinal increased anticipation the College of cardinalsto celebrate. Okeechobee Tuesday, said flOe posts to prevent accidental members of the Beach Club CountyeCourt
today that Pope Paul VI 78 members. Grady went to school but was. rldlans bought a pig In a pokeif war or surprise attack. Men's Golf Association will
Vatican believe the let out early because he'd finished Ball. These in general coincidedwith
soon will call a consistory to sources the bond issue approve ast
the Sacred next consistory, might elevate his tests for the day. November is buying right of two points proposed by Soy'\ answer by ballot
Deplenish! College, t home '. (Continued. from, page.J|| .. ...::Ib: if olong.OTfflr.s..t: I,
Semyen' KY Tsar ;
.*5M.:Thv' Jso tw.*';"speculation 122.men i bringing the:College 6{,$ On 'his way; the' boy, way ,uJlnV< etanaJrf')::<;,| Archie Tu'rner'" 'I viet delegate ; '"' '
few made In the two-hour meet"ing
F that the pontiff would make Cardinals to an even 100 for 'eon"of'Mrn and Mrs. Albert Mathews said he favors the spoke a apkln'as part of seven-polnt was Edward: M. Williams 'signed
most of Ms choices from out. the first time Brumfleld of suburban Metalrle, canal, "and other improvementsin words of welcome. program of negotiations, but of officers of the associa- waivers in County Court Mondayand
side Italy, in line with his man. + was struck and killed by an automobile. waterways, where a true Since King Neptune was con- agreement was not complete. tion held last week at the 19th will be returned to New
test desire to give the church's Toreduce the danger of bends, Two schoolmates said need Is shown, but not with fined toquartersfornotsweep- Johnson, for example, word Hole Including Chairman F rsnk Mexico where he has been charged
leadership a more Internatlon. deep sea divers breath I mixture he ran Into the path of the ve money the people of Florida ing the ocean properly, the ed his proposal to ban the trans. Blair, Co-chairman Will! Wood- with embezzlement

al character of oxygen and helium. hicle. thought they were investing in guests were honored by her fer of nuclear weapons so thatit hill, Treasurer Wally McCune Judge Richard M. Stanley dismissed

parks, playgrounds, beaches majesty Queen Neptuna alias would not apply to the multi. and Secretary Frank Griswold. cases against Amos L.
P lateral nuclear force proposedfor
and hunting and fishing areas." Marcella Snow, whowasescorted Past Chairman Fred Haynes attended Myers, charged contributing
The bonds will be retired froma the North Atlantic Alliance. to the of minor
delinquency a
; :
the in advisory -
to her throne Fred meeting an
by called for
preventionof
special tax on sports equip. Tsarapkln Randall R. Gray charged with i
NOW ment. Decker, Jack Naylor, Bob the spread of nuclear weapons capacity. The officers cutup deer, no sex Identification
Recently, the Miami News re. Coe, Ben Shafer and Charles to multilateral forces as also announced plans were being and Durwood Salter,charged with
ported that an article In State> Inhurst. Throughout the even- well as to individual nations. formulated to hold an invitational assault and battery. Salter will

Board of Conservation booklet Ing, and heralded by the trumpeting Johnson's proposals for the party for the lady golf- pay court costs.

said first priority for the funds of the conch shell,Queen first time broke up the huge John F. Wadkins was bound
Neptuna rendered judgements. and complex package of general ers.The vote on whether summeror over for Circuit Court on a charge

LOWER CLOSING COSTS Gators Followed Archie Turner was sentencedto disarmament, long conference deadlockedin winter rules are to be played of nonsupport The case of R.T.
the two-year-old
will apply to membersof Ellis, charged with violation of
have his picture taken throughthe disarmament only
A treaty
general
Him After Glades
the association. the beverage laws, was continuedone
bars of the brig for pre- still is the ultimate goal, but the
Crash suming to run for of U preliminary Association members,still in week. Paul Casso will be
LOWER INTEREST RATES Flyer Says mayor $ proposals are tried in a higher court on a
Naples. Shirley Kornbau and measures which might start the the "hacker class, have ask-
of
MIAMI (AP) A 42.year.old charge receiving and conceal.
ed Beach Club Pro Paul Bellto
Lucy Shanaberger were also powers toward a comprehensivetreaty.
Key West man who wandered ing stolen property,
sentenced to the brig "for having give a "pro view" on howto
through the Everglades for John J. Kellner, charged with
more than 30 hours after a plane a birthday on the date The U.s proposals also included play each hole at the Beach improper start and failure to

crash said he was followed by of the Ball and for having the a treaty to outlaw the use Club. His advice on hole one immediately report an accident,
alligators audacity to have a birthday the or threat of force and subver. was to keep well to the left, was given a suspended sentenceof

NAPLES FEDERAL I. "At night you could see their day before the Ball" said the slon, and excluded a new from effort the limited to ban right on to the green. $35 or 39 days. David F. Me.

; ti1fi eyes gleaming In the dark," said Queen. Not all of Queen Nep- tests test ban, treaty. Number two hole Is 360- Mahon was sentenced to $2$ or

Malcolm Jones, rescued last tuna's judgements were for of- yard par four, and there Is little 23 days on a charge of speedingand
f- Saturday and now recuperating $25 or 23 days on a chargeof
NOWMakes reason why a 90-golfer
fenders. SheawardedtheOrderof
{ I in Homestead Air Force Base the Golden Say Plan For JFK should take more than five stro- no valid driver's license.
must of SeaHorse to a set Helen Welch and
Hospital. "I passed advised R. Missouri
kes Bell said. He playing
thousands of alligators within a that danced across the "equa Memorial Library Garrison received suspended
It Easier 1 few feet of me." tor" and the Order of theSllver down the right center with sentences on charges of public

The plane plunged into, the Starfish to a set dancing under Meeting Approval little danger of out-of-bounds durnk.nn.ss. On a worthless

For You To Own swamp 17' miles northwest of the "North Star." WASHINGTON (AP) Plans trouble from that angle and the check charge, James R. McLess
Miami during rough weather Two'Hundred guests and dan for a PresidentJohn F. Kennedy green guarded by traps can be was sentenced |23 or 25 days.

Just after midnight Friday.Jones cers were served a cafeteria Library are meeting enthusiastic approached safer from the Bonds posted by the following

Your Homel! and Herman Llndsey, 31, here style supper in 15 minutes, public approval and sup. right. were ordered estreated whenthey
returning to Key West from Mi! which President Glazer thinksis port, a spokesman for the project few overclubthe failed to appear In courts on
x ami. The crash, Jones said !nan said today. "Very golfers charges of speeding, Adrian A.
interview Tuesday, "was some sort of a recqrd. This More than $2 million of the second shot" Bell advised Hogue, $25; Jack odem, $Z5.

something like a cyclone in re was accomplished under the needed $10 million has been received association members. Lee H. Williams, $25} Irle J.
verse. It all happened In a few direction of Mrs. Catherine including a $l.mllllon With enough club to reach the McFry, $30; Allan H. Johnson,

seconds, driving our nose down. Glazer, assisted by Joe primer from the Kennedy Founda.tlon. green In two shots the golfer $Z5; Sophie M. Blanton, $35;
I was sure it was the end for Rucchto: and the women of the Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken. is left with two putts for a par.Toda"s and Robert F. McCann, $30.
both of us." club. Appropriate titles such nedY, a brother of the late pres. for Harry W. Thompson forfeited
IN THE FACE OF HIGHER COSTS IN HOME FINANCING The impact threw Lindsey, unconscious as Captain Ham through Captain ident, has said the family hopes members oldie regular association outing was a $25 bond on a charge of no
onto a wing Jones the fundraising drive will be valid driver's license and $30
NATIONWIDE, THE NAPLES FEDERAL Coffee were worn by the cal ed off because of the South-
said. "I got floor mats from the over in six months. bond on a speeding charge, and
ladies who also black
SAVINGS & LOAN IS wore
HAPPY
TO BRING THE RESIDENTS aprons undei
Seniors Tournament
plane and covered him but he The thousands of letters from em Jose H. Salinas, public drunk,
OF NAPLES AREA . kept moving around and threeor adorned with skull and a public which mourned Kenne way at the Beach Club. $25 or 25 days

four times he fell off the crossbones presented to them dy's death he was assasstnat. .. ---
wing into the water" by Mrs. Glazer. The shell ed two months ago today bear

About daylight Friday, Jones centerpiece was created by The witness to the support for the IV'n RADIO)
Lower Financing Costs! said he tied Lindsey to the fuse Blue Mussell. library to be built near Harvard : ;
lage and started off Into the entertainment committeewas University.

swamp. headed by Ray and Margie Contributions have ranged By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP be traced to old- lra. vaudeville.
'1 just kept thinking of from $1 to $50,000.
my Chappell. Televlsion.Radlo Writer But there is a gayety and
wife and how she would be out Many writers have expressed
Chief of Florida Pirates and warmth about
NEW YORK (AP) Boy and every Skelton
of her mind with worry," he .Mrs. John Donelly of Palm Bay, the hope that the library will be man, Red Skelton has spent so show that transcends the mat.r.
.where does make difference said. '41 looked like the darkest available to them and their fame
save a lal and reflects the
you Fla., awarded life-time mem- many evenings In American liv. talent of the
Saturday afternoon when planes lll.s not Just to students.
berships and plaques to the featured ing rooms that his comedy char. star. He seems to enjoy Ms
kept flying over me. I waved They are being assured that aft. show
particularly the
Freddie the Freeloaderand most
acters out.
Join the my shirt but they just wouldn't callers and their wives. er the library Is completed with ,
many people who save with us for profit Clem Kadlddlehopper are rageous sight gags, as much if
the theme
notice mt, According to Donelly public funds, it will be turned not
and safety. Also, if you're looking for a home loan, Jones was found only four was the most elaborate of any over to the federal governmentand blinking almost as eye familiar and as NBC's CDS' uiw Only more Red than could the have audience pulled off

in and miles from the wreckage ale dance he has attended. will be open to the public.In pea. Tuesday night's
come talk to one of our home loan specialists cock. pantomimeabout
though he said he seemed like addition contributionssent
Mel Clark's parting comment to the After a few seasons, most the man with an allergy
They are experienced in tailoring a home loan to fit he had walked 10. was "Once again Naples has to the president's widow weekly vaiiety shows andpar.. His sneezes knocked down a

One thing Is still bothering demonstrated Us friendli- and Ms two brothers, hers .Icularly comedians start toshow door, swept the whiskers off ama
I your budget. Jones, he said, that Lindsey, ness and you may expect han been sent to the White ttmmistakabU sign of fa and onto a woman and final.

who is still recovering might us back In June for another of House and the United Nations tigue.Ekelton. ly blew Red out of Ms own
think Jones deserted him. the late Mr.
president's parents, whoa
"
famous Knothead dances. has been a television
"I didn't leave him for your and Mrs. P. Kennedy
my Joseph ,
regular for at least a decade and Merr Orlffla, Rexfi guest star
The Sunshine Shufflers will ,
benefit, Jones said "I just and his brothersJnJaw, Steven
I Ms program Is always high on played a straight man and tag
wanted us both to come out dance next Saturday even- Smith and Sargent Ehrtver.
and played the) piano
list of the most acceptably.
very
any popular
alive" ing, January 25, as usual In But Red :
APLES shows. Ekelton Is al.
( (SAVINGS
FEDERAL the Shufflers'Hail Naples Federal class of the United His monologues at the open. ways the show.Recommended.
The United States Building. The caller is -
rl ( j ANO tOt, MMCUTWII will use States Air Force Academy started ing are not in the same league tonlghti "CBS
7,700,000 tons of newsprint in Ralph Otis of West Palm Beach with Bob Hope's or even Jack CBS '
training on July II, 1955, at Reports, 7lV&;tSO (BST"Tbe )
e.w 1963, or 46,1 cent of the dancers
per All are Invitedto
square Pur'.. Tuesday night It consisted Business of H roln"t
world consumption, It Is estimat. attend and will bewefcQmedr Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, of of ;
900 Fifth Avenue, South Phone MI 24188 spectators a string tranqullUer "Toe Danny Kay Show" CBS.

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tteJnenday, January 22, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7


Hangar ,Scoop" "VFour. I Save More In *64'


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., eit.LG Know CAPby .J.. Shop Food BankCome


1Ilt Lt. Mollle 1 fC SpencerThe

.r- Spencers are bursting horse's mouth--this Is straight

t 1 "t1 elh 1 4 : st with pride and It would be tiara from Captain Jay's mouth.

1. v 'r to say who's the proudest at our Cadet Captain Jay Spencerleft

ii. ,span house--for our son Captain Jay a.m. from Homestead Air A

u 't.'r 'r d'w' Spencer Naples cadet was selected Force Base Saturday morning
S
for the International Cadet January 18th, In an Air Force

Exchange, the highest honor a 119 Captain Spencer was the

cadet may receive. Maybe I'm only cadet from Group 8 to attend -

getting ahead of my story and the 1964 Cadet Special Activity -

as they say, straight from the Selection held at Orlando
At 9:30 a.m., Cadet Captain Over And See Us !

Spencer arrived at Orlando Air
School Force Base along with 120 cadets -

Mwt from other parts of Flor-
ida. The cadets were taken to
BusinessThe the Robert Meyer Hotel where

they took 4 written tests; then,
School Board learned
PLIASE DON'T
each cadet before
sel
went a
Monday that city water will be
ection board of Florida
composed -
piped to the new Sea Gate Elementary -
Wing and Regional Staff
school possibly by
June Superintendent W. D. They were asked questions on
; Reynolds reported a committeewas world affairs and others per-

GIRL SCOUTS of Troop )124 are busy are, from left, Diana Harris, Peggy working with City Manager taining to CAP; then 2 more BUYANYIHINGUNLESS
tests were given. The cadetswere
11" planning for the annual cookie sale Coe, Pauline Bibee (standing) and that Vince the Wood School on the Board project will and be then taken to Orlando Air

, scheduled for Friday, January 31. Kathy Boynton (NEWS photo) required to cover a portion of Force Base where they were

, Shown ready to sample the cookies the expense. Costs are not given a physical examination
"- available at the present time A dance was given in the ca-
he said. dets' honor Saturday eveningand
.
! Burton Labels seeChairman at intermission of the dance

Leo Chlckering, Major WI clam( Bass of Cocoa

1'Islu' Eddie's DemandsAs School Board Attorney Ben Florida wing director of

: Of Capti Parks and as a Reynolds committee were to studya appointed Cadets Cadet announced Captain Spencer the winners.had

'Fantastic'By applied for FAA school how-
87 JUNK CD'.S MI s-ens request of the Florida Power
JAMES BACONAP and Light Co., for a 25-foot eve when his name was announ-
J.: A week of cold, grey days usually pretty dark orange Movie-Television Writer easement at the east end of ced for Cadet exchange he
' ,does little to bring forth news... Florida Cone, while Connie LOS ANGELES fAPVEllta.belh the high school grounds for In- couldn't believe It. A Cadet p _
The fish, for the most part,swam chanced upon an Atlantic Pearl Taylor and Richard Burton, staLation: of a new line. has the right to be proud of 0
undisturbed while fishing rods Oyster and a particularly good the world's most publicized lov. power this honor.
1', remained hanging on their hooks Scotch Bonnet. In the space of ers, will fly here today from The power company request was Although much credit can be
a and the fishermen stayed indoors two days they picked up three Mexico for what could be a face presented by Rep. James L.
of
., bemoaning the weather.The most Junonias. While soof these to face showdown with singer Walker. given to our commandant
active man on the Islel was Hank shells are not In ...e "rare" Eddie Fisher. A proposal by Wallace cadets Lt. Bob Pearman, and they B ar g din s ; th a'1!ili e

Stevens who could be observed category, neither are they found Milton Rudin, lawyer for Miss Woodruff principal at the Naples our former commandant Major '
+" dally hunting places to put fill the Taylor said the actress and Carl Holbrook they would tell : "" : : ; :
I 1 every day, especially perfectones. Senior High School to :\ ; ;- : :?3SSp :
from his famous ''M t. Stevens," Burton will make the flight stan a project in beautlflca- anyone it's with the cadet him- ; : ; :;

a manmade wonder which has The shelling has been very good from Puerto Vallarta, Mexicoby lion of the lake which bordersthe self as to what he achieves and

become one of the major attract around here 1 lately but good shelling chartered plane. school grounds on the west, how far he wants to go, for All Arou : % lilly
.V" lions on the Isles. (I'm only is not wholly a .matter of Their estimated time of arrlv. combined with "nature study" this honor is based upon his ; ; :;
)Joking, Hank.) luck. It takes a certain amountof al is unknown. received favorable board years in CAP his achieve
Robert Neff, newly arrived knowledge to distinguish Burton wrote a Utter from the action menu, his honors his rank.
from Dayton, Ohio, had to makea between a good specimen and a once obscure Mexican resort to Attorney Parks was auth-
quick three day trip back mediocre one, and to recognize Richard Hanley Miss Taylor's orized to confer with Wood- Certificate of Proficiency, encampmentS -
Ca
I there the early part of this week. a rear shell. Albino shells are secretary, with instructions thatit ruff and Zeigfleld Troy owner attended and the .
I' He left from the Naples Airport. particularly hard to see Recently be released exclusively to The of the adjacent property and. character of the cadet Involved.No .
This airport, by the way, Is a heard the sad story of the shelter Associated Press. It said draw an agreement. this honor doesn't come
great convenience to the many who discarded an imperfect "We are told publicly by the see easy and you can be sure a

: northern businessmen wintering Junonla, not knowing that even an press that Mrs. Fisher is anx. A sale of 26 used tires was cadet has the right to stick his
; down here. Imperfect Junonia Is rare. This xlous to make easy the proce. authorized to the Hutchinson chest out a little when selected -
Mrs Frank Snell is now in same shell was later picked up dure of divorce. We are told prl. for the Foreign Exchangefor 0
Tire and Co., on a bid
' the Naples Community Hospital, highly prized by someone else vately by our lawyers that Mr. Battery as Colonel Ed Campeeusays"there's
t but her family expects her to be RETURN HOME Fisher's demands are In the of $265. honor."
home by the time this column Is Homer Gaston and Forrest realm of the fantastic and quite 5.5 higher
read. Mrs. Snell has the best Stahmer have returned to their Intolerable."In The board authorized Superintendent Of Town!

1 wishes of everyone on the Isles homes in Antioch, 111.,after driving the past two years, the Reynolds to enter Frank Schaub
for Improved health. a carload of this and that world press for the most part the state school bus-buying
Here
Mr and Mrs. R. F. Carterof down here for Homer's parents, have reviled, abused and ma. pool. A purchase of three new Speaks At .,

Chagestofjttic,, ve spend. Mr,"''and MtllOHbwtrtt'Oaston"1,Ugnejti MisaTaylortbut even base11:, _MNMIp 't 4. "; Exchange 'Club
Ing a vacation in the duplex homeof The Gastons 'came about 10-days they have never accused her of
their son, Lt. col. Robert ago and as soon as their new being a liar," Burton said. Frank Schaub state attorneyfor
Carter, on pago Pago Drive. home is finished, they'll moveIn "Mr. Fisher must now decide State To Help the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
The carters expect to stay another there from Bob Dearth's apart, whether to live up to his public which Includes Manatee. Sarasota -
week or two. Mr. and Mrs.ment. Mrs. Gaston Is engaged in' image and do what he calls 'the With Charlotte Lee DeSoto, U.S.
West NO. 1POTATOES
H. C. Kemaghan are In the other the pleasant task of selecting gentlemanly thing,' or he must Key Hendry Glades and CollierBounties
side nf the duplex. furnishings for her new home. make public to the newspapershis : spoke Monday nightat
GOOD SHELLING 'While the young men were here, private demands." Water ProblemTALLAHASSEE the regular weekly meeting -
Mrs. Hubschman'a brother, they did get to do some fishing But Fisher, occupying a bun. of the Naples Exchange Club.
Buck Morris, from Morristown, and caught several nice reds. galow in the Beverly Hills Ho. !: (AP) The work with
N. J., has been visiting the Their dock fishing resulted in tel, said he knew of no plans fora Florida cabinet agreed today to "We very closely
Hubschmans. The've been shell some nice snook dinner. showdown. His lawyer Louis give Key West a hand In tolv. local law enforcement officersIn

Ing and fishing, with fine results. The Couples Marco Pass Bowling Nlier, has been urging'such a Ing Its problem of piping freshwater prosecuting cases within our 10
Buck picked up a live Albino Team was helped out last meeting for weeks. from the mainland. Jurisdiction, he said. "These
Lightning Whelk at Cape Romanothe Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Bert "I'll be here today," said It agreed to lend the Keys cases Include felonies,the most tea. 334
other day and Connie found Kernaghan who bowled in placeof Fisher "and If Elizabeth and Aqueduct Commission $250,000for serious of crimes abandonment
one (not alive ) in the same the Tatus. No one in either Burton want to see me, I'll be expansion of Us water.softenIng ,- cases and bond validation, to
general area. Sid found an un- the Couples League or the Wednesday ,available."I plant U this move will ease mention a few. An elaborate
Night 15 en'l League seem- have no fantastic demands, the water problem Without record system has been established. -
ed eager to report results, so no fantastic deals to make. I some action, water rationing .
Semester Exam we'll let the bowling news stop just want the whole thing over might become n.ce..aryIt was "In the three we
past years
right here. with as soon as possible I thinkit reported.Gov CARRIAGE ClUB
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Acraof is all a big bore." Farris Bryant said the obtained convictions in all murder QUAKER
Dropped, Board Greensburg, Ind.,are spending Fisher leaves Thursday for Navy owns the water wells In cases. Of the 875 cases SLICED
a week at the Isles of Capri New York, then he takes off for south Florida from which the tried we averaged 80 per cent
Wonders Why"Why Marina and Motel. They're been I i Zurich, Geneva and Innsbruck, town's water la pumped and convictions. The governor has GRITS BACON
catching many reddish and Austria, where he'll sing at the piped more than 50 miles, and appointed assistants to aid me
aheepshaed.Also gala opening of the winter Olym.pies that the commission owns the In each county. George Vega
were the semester at the Isles of Capri ., water.aoftenlng plant. The Navy Jr. Is my assistant in Collier
examinations dropped at the Naples Marina and Motel are Mr. and base In the Keys has first County" 1

Junior High School?" This Mrs. Reginald Smith of Hlaleah. Hike-X call on all the water and the Exchangelte of the eveningwas -104 LB. 494wif
System
was a question posed by E.,Their weekend stay got them two commission can sail the rest and William .
George Rogers at Monday's snook and large catch of sheeps- use the money to pay off an out. DeyCrmand.ealt

meeting of the County School head and snapper Work Proceeds; standing bond issue
Board. Now the Navy has proposed to
step up Its use of water by about
Rogers wanted to know also Catholics Hear Await ResultsBy one million tailors a day leavIng .
why board members and the lean for- civilian Bryant
Sermon IntendedFor ,
superintendent of schools weren't FRED S. HOFFMAN

advised of this action before Methodists WASHINGTON (AP) This said.The governor said the bottleneck .
reading about it in the papers.L. may be the year of decision for was the commission's wa at.U&
SHEBOTOAN, Wis. (AP) the Nlke-X antimissile system ter-softening plant. The state
E.Predmore,county super-
visor of secondary education,answered Church Unity week, as celebrated If President of Defense Johnson Robert and s.Secretary Mc- loan will be used to enlarge the A Scrrice .( year nor,.of ...dle'..., cAaalACh'
question. in Sheboygan, Includedan plant so that additional water Your Lo<., Medical Society and the> \pS
Rogers' decide to permit
unexpected development.The Namara pro. could be treated and delivered, florid Mtdlcal Auocutioa. Pta
The two-hour examination arrangement ductlon it could mean spending
,
sermon of the Rev. Dr. but the construction would takea SOIT
was the only pan T. Parry Jones, pastor of the ultimately as much as $20 bll. few months. FORCED FEEDING Top
dropped he said. Semester First Methodist Church was de. SANS
examinations and six-week tests livered to the congregation at lion.Defense official, discussingthe Because this La the height of Forced feeding of a chi( alO. S9 39 .PekyI1N 9911'If
military budget said Key West's tourist season, the against hit will usually i I. a mi*- K -
usual but Roman Catholic new ,
will be given as on St. peter Claver take Mother often for .PA
need for water Is particularlyacute worry \
"we not far enough along
basis. Church last Sunday.The are
a less time-consuming said. But fear something will happen toa
the
governor
make dec1-
Nlke-X to
Robert Hoeller said on any
He explained that seventh and Rev. the water softening child if he mi *et one or two
the public address system at St. slon" for procurement or deployment wtth meal Something I I.
of more likelyto
have a span there would be
eighth graders plant enlarged,
.
of the antimissile
Peter's picked up Dr. Jones' happen to the child forced to
attention of less than two hours no necessity ration supplies,
address tern eat when he doctn't want food
and pointed o E.also that students "I'm delighted that I had an But, they said, "it Is possible he said Appetite i I. variable especially
academically inclined will finishin opportunity to preach to Father .hat decision can be made pro The cabinet agreed to lend the the appetite of a child and there
45 minutes an examination Hoeller congregation," said or con, during calendar 1854." commission the state money for are many reasons for a child'i
the slower students cannot finishIn Dr.Jones. Meanwhile work on the Nike. repayment later, if this step will apparent lot of appetite There
two hours. '1 will be happy to give him X will go forward on a priority help. It authorized Att,. Gen. may be an oncoming ticknett
basis. James Kynes to confer with Na. The food offered may have
exami-
"A two-hour semester equal time For this, the budget providesmore vy officials to see IX an agreement \been causing a ditagreeaUc re
nation Is a waste of time an than the $12' million al. can be reached to keep the action. The child may be too Iioi.iIl
examination carrying too much Put Israel's Eban lotted last year to start devel. water shortage from dtveloplnc.Italy's excited or too tired to eat

weight and not a.cMJnd educational On Committee In opment of the Nlke-X and to Not uncommonly the child
Predmore said -It wuhe to attract attention by
policy. continue testing the companion Foreign
is a carryover from the time Spite Of Protest Nike Zeus antimissile. refuting to cat with He hi.may power be experimenting toImpoa. .

when all secondary grade levels UNITED NATIONS N.Y. It was only a year ago that Minister Reaches huNwiII rather than jo' BANK

were in school: there." (AP) Despite outspoken opposition the late President John r. Ken. London For Talks to obey hi, mother, Practlcill;
Rogers learned that the board from Algeria and Iraq nedy approved the Nlke.X pro. all children try this trick at
and the superintendent's office Israel's Abba Eban was named, ject and the indications: are LONDON (AP)-Foreign MInIster time*. i .
that progress has been swift Giuseppe garaga of Italy The manner of handling ouch
did not set examination regulations to a U.N. advisory committee
in the various scnools. Tuesday. "We will get some test resultsIn arrived Tuesday night for a gt- s try for Independence can be 200 tMlAMI t fttll;
*;
with British direct
visit and The
the course of calendar 18M, acquainted simple. moment
Rogers asked why and was Eban became one at 18 members officials said.Informed leaders In advance of a meeting the child refuses food take it
answered by Board ChairmanLeo of a committee to advise sources reported a of the Western European Un away.and say nothing further
Checkering "We must leave the Economic and Social Council key element in the Nlke.X .,.. ion's ministerial council Thurs about! it There I I. no danger ICOMOIIHI/ I HtVOlVINC CUCUlM SUN
on the application of science that he will starve or do him. '
the some preroga-
principals missile called day
and technology to development. tern-c superfast self harm by missing a meal or I
the Sprint-would be test fired for two. If the mother i I. deter' ,
Board member Sara Jones. PEEPERS the first time in April or thereabout a news conference he thought mined not to be overwhelmedby

early in the discussion leaned MIAMI BEACH Fla. AP) *. the problems of developing an a small show of rebellion he L5
two-hour Army will have to over missile will tire of hi. A
toward retention of the The president of the The effective defense against performance .
creator
semester examination bur appeared Miami Beach Motel Association come the skepticism of McNa. attack "1. beyond: us end be. normal child will eat when hegel
to accept a"happy complained that mara s4 Dr. Harold Brown, yond U>e Soviets technically." hrnigry __
medium"willing of one hour.The two- helicopters were sithi-eeeing deliberately tile P8QIaC D'* research and en. Johnson has not spokaa publicly .IIOW.If a child rtfllllu to cat of ,jio l Momi-7 A > tu t!
glneeriiig director. this bti It is likely a small appetite beyond
point
on ,
hour semester exams are not flying low over motel aolariamato reflected their a period of a day or mite twhoId
Kennedy advice
be would abide by the
required of Junior Ugh students the" embarrassment' of doubts) last August when he told gives bin by McKamariu ." / be taken to a phyf&iant
la Immokale. aue.t.. determine the reason.


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Swings- Tide For Everglades, 76.69 NFL Games SP(5RT. (


BY DAVID LYbN second quarter and Berson team brought Its season recordup By MIKE RATHET

EVERGLADES -- Naples dropped in two buckets in the to 5.3 by polishing off the Associated Press Sports Writer . . . . . . . .
played Its best game of the last minute to send the EaglesIn Everglades reserves, 65.33, in NEW YORK (AP) Quietlyand

season and Everglades playedIts front by two points at halftime the preliminary. There were efficiently three sealed en.
Wednesday January 22, 1961
best game of the season Early in the third period 65 fouls in this contest 33 on velopes will be placed Friday 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS

here Tuesday night but the Ritchie connected from 17 one side and 32 on the other.Naples' morning on the desk of Pete

Gators also displayed unusual feet and Clark laid In a reboundto first string had little Hozelle League,commissioner.National Football Errors HurtJunior

accuracy from the free throw tie the score at 4141. trouble building up a lead and In each will be an unimposing '

line and defeated. the Eagles. GATOR STREAK Howell saw to it that all 12 slip of paper-each worth in the .t

I 76-69. Then the Eagles had a brief of his players got plenty of work. neighborhood of $15 million High Teams

Coach Phil Larson's1 Ever lapse but it was enough of a Randy Harris again led the team That's the area in which the

glades squad now with a 13- lapse to allow the Gators to with 17 points. Including seven three major networks are expected .

4 season record rests until roll In nine straight points to jilt nr eight fmil ".hots. FrtSjpner to present bids for tele

next Tuesday when they will take a sizable lead. Butch had 13 points. Tom t vision's hottest property the Lose To Fort MyersIt

return the visit with a gameat Hughes netted a25footertogetthe Bernard eight. Dennis Fields 8 NFL games-when a new two.
off and year contract is put on the open
Gators
running. seven, Frank Townsend and
The of
Naples. Coach
Eagles
market. was just one of those days Naples halftime edge disappeared
Missed shots and
by Naples
Mike Weeks five Paul
each
Andy Lorentzson are fast Improving And, looking over everyone's for Naples Junior High's basket. in the third quarter, and Fort My.
despite a 3-5 record some costly errors allowed the Felsch four Al Hackney three shqulder will be the American ball teams Tuesday, as both Pan era kept its slight lead through I
and home home team to spring Charlie Jim Keen two, and Brad Football
they return Fridayto League ther squads went down to defeat the fourth period.
face a stiff challenge from Goff loose for three fast-break Unkeless one. TravlsGoff look The entire bidding operation is against Fort Myers in the HIS .
Alva's Ramblers. buckets. David Barton contributed ed good for the Gators and score a sheer matter of guesswork. gymnasium. SHADOW DAVIS

The third quarter, which has a free throw, and It was ed 13 points. Only one bid is made-and the The end finally came for the The Ripples dutifully shadowed

been the roughest period for the 5041. Pease hit from the I key highest wins. There Is no second 7.8 graders and their sliugame Naples high scorer Jerry Davis
the but Hughes dropped In two mo re chance. Thus far, in bidding tor victory string. The team Naples with one and sometimes two
Eagles through season
again proved disastrous Tues-, long shots to lead the Gatorsto THE SCORING Boat Surfing New Water SportIf football programs, the National beat by 21 points at Fort Myers greenjerseyed visitors keeping
their big 14-polnt bulge after NAPLES FG FT TP Broadcasting Co. has had the earlier in the season came here Davis in their care and custody.The .

day night. Naples carrleda3735 three quarters. Ritchie __5.11 2.4 12 you've ever been enviousof several times as a speaker says best swaml. yesterday and knocked off the rest of the team was not
halftime lead
into the Midway through the last qua r* Bowen _7.13 4.6 18 those Hawaiian lads and lassies boat surfing is not only safer NBC outbid the Columbia Panthers 25-22. able to pick up slack.
period but came: out <& the Broadcasting System and the The freshmen had even more made eight out of
It was 68-56 when Naples Clark __ _U.23 46 22 who stand majestically on a surfboard than those monster waves that Naples only
eight-minute session cut the ter, Pease _S.IS 0.& 6Retaon as It comes barreling In dash against the shores Hawaii American Broadcasting Co. for trouble finding the basket, and 46 field goal tries. Fort Myershit
crowd with Its final
short end of a 6243 scere. aroused the 4.13 1.2 9 to shore on a monster wave and other pacific coasts but the two.year rights to the they went down to a 49-12 defeatat on only eight of 48, but the
In the fourth Naples : comeback. Bowen scored on a you don't need to anymore. also easy to learn. college games collecting that the hands of the Ripples. Ripples had several more free
mounted a late'cha\l\ ge driving layup was fouled, and Spingler _1. 5 0.0 2 Dick Pope Sr., who helped plum with a $13,044,000 bid Coach Bill Marshall's team now throw opportunities and cashed

that cut the Gators1 lead to made the free shot. Pease Morton __!0. 1 0-0 0 popularize water skiing at his The accompanying photo shows or $6,522,000 a year. CBS previously stands at 2-6. and is hopeful of in on enough of them to win the

five points, but that was as fed Clark for a two-pointer from Koch __0.0 0.0 0 world famous Cypress Gardensnear the surfboarder catches the wake had the rights. gaining its third victory of the game John Abbott and Mike

close as the Eagles could come. the side. Hughes countered with Winter Haven has come up of a boat and follows It Indefinitely; NBC also proved successful season Friday against Cypress Sharp each had seven Naples
FREE THROWS VITAL two free throws but Berson TOTALS __29.79 11.23 69 with "boat surfing" which U a feature that Hawaiian surfers Monday In scoring a coup Lake. points and Bennie Roome and
rfaples outscored and Clark added one each. practically the same thing as can't enjoy. They have to paddleout against ABC by taking the Or. First game of Friday after Davis had four each. Dan Tour.
Evergladesby EVERGL'DES PG FT TP surfboarding from the shore after each ange Bowl away from that net. noon's junior high doubleheader talotte scored three damaging
10 points from the field Junior Ballard scored on Pope who has appeared hereMyPitching's ride. work. That provides NBC with will be at 4:00 In the local gym. field goals in the third quarterfor
Hughes __ 6.17 1012 22
but the Gators In 28 a feed but Berson found Bowen the
popped opportunity to telecast a The 7.8 graders won easily at the Ripples and ended up
out of 35 free throws, while open for an easy two-pointer Barton __ 0-1 6-6 A unique tripleheader New Year's Cypress Lake earlier this sea. with nine points.

the Eagles had to be content and then Berson scored himselfon Davia Z4 7.9 11 Day, with the Sugar Rose and son, and the freshmen lost by The freshmen stayed pretty

with 11 out of 23 from the foul a 20-foot( shot to cut the Ballard 4.12 4. 5 12 Better now the orange Bowl games only one point so Naples has close to the Ripples for a quarter

line advantage to 72-67. The Eagles GoII ___11.21 12 23 ABC still has a one-year option hopes of taking a pair of games trailing only 75. But the visitors .

The first half was a wide- threw the ball away the Wooten 1.2 01 2 for the AFL rights-at a fig. from the Cypress Lake Purple crashed through for 19

open well-played contest on the next time they got it, Ever- Due To Control Kouf ure of about $2,350,000 for the Panthers. points in the next quarter, while
part of the two teams. The glades scored and that wrap- TOTALS --24-57 28.35 78 ax single season under a contract Errors crippled Coach Keith Naples only got two. The Panthers
signed In 1960. If ABC were to right's 7-8 grade team yester had only three field goalsin
it with little thana
lead changed hands 10 times ped up more BOSTON (AP) Sandy Kou. a pitcher on top once he gets bid and win the NFL rights, the day, with 14 first-half mistakes the entire game with missed
and was tied on eight other occasions minute left Naples _19 18 11 21-69 fax says he reached the pitch there. network likely would not exer. preventing the team from getting shots and errors coming In shun f

In the first two quar- Coach Jerry Howell's "B"Features Everglades 20 15 27 14-76 ing heights when he lost some "I think it is, to a great ex. case Its option to retain the AFL off the ground. A slender 11.9 dance.

ters. Naples got away nearly of his stuff and gained more tent, a matter of personal pride. program Mark Finger and Jerry Morgan I
F twice as many shots on goalas knowledge. And he hopes pride Why has Warren Spahn gone on That would throw open the Crosby Winner had three points each for Naples. t''

the shorter Gators, but Everglades Word At Innsbruck 'Go will help him stay on top. winning the way he has? First AFL bidding to an open marketof John Dahlia and Ed Church made
stayed close to the The 28-year-old Los Angeles it's his beautiful smooth pitching NBC and CBS, and pre. Lema, Goes Into two each, John Craig and Jim
Eagles with remarkable foul- Dodger southpaw won The Associated delivery But also it's his sumably bring a bigger price to Fredrlckson one each. Fort
press Award as Male pitcher's pride. the league InternationalSAN
young pro Myers now has a 9-1 record
line accuracy. Athlete of the Year was named "You always feel you want The three networks will be FRANCISCO (AP>-Cros. losing only to Everglades' var.
Slow Or See Our
Steve Clark Walter Ritchie Hospital'By the National League's Most Valuable tremendously to win. bidding on the rights to all reg. by tournament winner Tony slty. Bob England had 11 pointsin
and Marty Bowen handled the Player and collected end. "Spahn has another Import. ular season NFL games The Lema heads the pro golfing brigade the Ripples' second-quarter
Eagles' rebounding chores and HANS BENEDICT "We feel we are going into the less other honors In the wake of ant asset. He's resourceful and rights to the championship into the $50,000 Lucky International splurge and he added six more

'2 asserted a degree of domination Associated Press Sports Writer Olympics In the best possible the 1963 season thoughtful and has the ability to game, which NBC won with a Open Thursday at for a 17-point total.
under both boards. These three INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP- shape. Things are going very He won 25 regular season appraise himself. When his fastball $926,000 bid for 1963, will be up the course he played as a teenager
front-liners also ended up with First It was no snow. Now It's well" games and pitched two of the lost some of its steam, he for separate bidding in March. half his lifetime ago.

most of the points for the Eag- go slow. Said Art Tokle, V.S. ski Jump. victories In the four.game was resourceful enough to develop The 29year.old from San Le- FollowingThe
That's the situation at the site log coach: World Series sweep of the New another pitch. Make andro, across San Francisco
les.If of the Olympic Games, where "We have men of International York Yankees "For that matter that's whata Liston To Bay first showed up at Hard
the Eagles had a weak spot this warning has been Issued to stature. We'll win some "1 don't think my stuff is as pitcher does in a ball game. ing as a kid of 15 wearing ten. Dogs

it was outside shooting. Clark competitor beginning to reach medals" good as. it used to be," Koufp.sUd He often doesn't know what hi? ,Bundle In Bout nls shoes< Jto play.lnthecfty! J am.
was not able to hit as well their. peak Said U.$. bobsledder ,Bbb Tuesday night "'while >la .best' pitch is' that particular+( aieur.tournament--._ .,At Bonita;
as he usually does in the first "Please take It easy. It la bet. Hickey town to receive an award from day until the hitters 'Inform' Now he returns as one of the

I Q half and guards David Pease ter to reach the end of the run "We'll better.." the B'nal B'rlth Sports Lodge Of him." With 'Cash' ClayNEW top money winners on the PGA RESULTS

and Buzz Derson had their trou- in a slow time than to finish up Hickey, of Keesevlllf, N.Y., Boston. circuit. He tied for second 10
bles. In a hospital." piloted one of two American 'I'm a better pitcher than'I LeadsQuaNfiers YORK (AP) Sonny days ago in the San Diego Open HI First Carbon T(J 11141) 10I"i; HIM 00 4 M
I Bowen turned in his best And as more and more of theworld's sleds Tuesday as practice bee used to be mostly because I Joseph Liston may have another short and won by three strokes in the seedy ear (I) I M 2 M
game top skiers, skaters and Ian for the four-man championships have better control and know night's work Feb. 25 with Cas. storm-whipped Crosby at Pebble Never Ever (S1) litlecond

yet feeding passes to team- sledders converge on Innsbruck at the Games, which opena more about pitching In slus Clay at Miami Beach, but Beach last Sunday. T-11.41 utl"i 124.20

mates and driving in for shots more and more hospital beds week from today. His optimistic "It's not true that all I have the heavyweight champion fig. Lema collected $69,670.23 in J'Rad, Beit Morten Client(5)( (1)I 1.20* I IM lit
from his pivot position. The are being used, and more and forecast was made after the to do is get my fast ball and ures to make a bundle. Cassius tournament winnings last year Kind air (p) If

six-foot junior chalked up three more optimistic platitudes are first UA performances proved good curve over the plate. The Bowling EventDALLAS won't have to depend on any Co. and has amassed $12,100 In prizes Dally( Double (1.1)) (124.40
assists In the first quarter and coming from the assembled unimpressive. only time I can afford simplyto clal Security, either, if he the first three weeks in 1964.

scored seven points. All of coaches especially the Amert. Hickey piloted the No. 1 U.s. fire the ball through the (AP-Joe Joseph, a makes it. Most of the big names, Includ. Leedlng Third Leo-(2))"IU1 '"*. 40 141.40 4 "
the starting five took part in cans sled with mates Bill Dundon of strike zone anywhere is when wise-cracking pro from Lansing On the basis of 42V4 per cent leg Arnold Palmer Jack Nick. M..,." Coat 111) '.10 4 2*
the first-period scoring. Said Bob Seattle, U.S. ski Brownsville, N.Y., Reginald my team is several runs Mich., won the qualifying for Liston and 22'/4 per cent for laus and UA Open champion Trooper Jonea (4)( I.M

Clark got eight points in the coach Benham of Lake placid, N.Y., ahead, and with the Dodgers trophy at the $100,000 All tar Clay a sellout on all sides could Julius Boros fire in the Lucky Fourth T-lt.n Ouln. Ill.M
_
and brakeman Charles Ran that Isn't often. Our team re. bowling tournament Tuesday bring the champ a little more and its pre-amateur prelude to Speaker Yet (1) 4(0 420 140
dolph of saranac Lake, N.Y. The lies on speed and tight defense.We night with a 32-game total of than $1 million and Cassius closeto day.Veteran Johnny Cheryl M.Baby(") (It) 120 .IM...

crew placed 15th in the trials don't have many big Innings. 6919. $650,000. As Sonny also par. Jack Burke Jr., of Fifth
with a clocking of 2 minutes, Joseph was lurking in sixth tlclpate In Intercontinental Pro. Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., won the Btgfar'a Sunday T-llill(I) II00 Ouln.I tfl IMM 4 2*
14.44 seconds for two runs. "I don't know how I acquired place after the first round of motions, Inc., the promoters top prize last year with a 276 Grande'a Naomi (1)I 70 I 10'w,1t
The UA No. 2 sled came control. All I know Is that I semifinals early Tuesday. He his share will be much higher total on rounds of 70.67.70.67over Eegle (I) IN

Tireto" through with a slightly better never used to know where a sprinted into the lead In the in the final tally. the 6722-yard, par ?1. Sixth .1,7Z1I1.11l. IMM

performance Piloted by Law. pitch was going to end up whenI final round- by firing a 214214. "" --..- ..-------"-- --- Jenny Iron" Signal Lyn (1)(n 420 140 140 100
I rence McKllllp of Saranac Lake fired and now I do. That's ,1226, 264., 214, 192.1324 series. C Olucta (7)) tao

with brakeman James Lamy of about the only difference between Ted Hoffman, Jr., a burly Seventh T- I14I| Ouln. fIIM
Lake Placid and Floyd Baum. winning and losing" young Philadelphia bowler who H.lllndu..n ()) IG.2o 40 400
FAMOUS & gartner and Roger Neil, both of Koufax was asked what keeps took the lead after the first Shown (4)(2))) i iEveroit 1.10 40 IM
Saranac Lake the bob finished semifinal block, dipped to third
12th In 2ill.82. place after a modest 1240 series r b EighthMaralla T-Jl;(I Quln. 121,MI
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CAR SERVICESPECIAL Italy's eight-time world champion Eagles OwnerConsidering in the last qualifying round. Gilt (1) 100 400
Eugenic Monti, turned in Mike Chluchlolo of Patchogue Poet Cap (I) 4.00

the best run, flashing down the LJ., N.Y., moved up to second : Ninth T-tltttRocky Ouln. M
roa'
approximately one-mile track at place on the final squad with Mink (1) 120 120
Chief ,.w". (t) 140 4,00J
Mount patascherkofel in 2:09.15 3 3As 1301-6910. W. Dabbla (I) 4M

C with the day's best run of 1:04.34 Dick Weber the defending Tenth T-III47 .
Ouln 1414*
on his second descent champion from St. Louis, fin. I Specie) Pregrota (I) :22,10 10 M 42*
9 9 SPECIAL ished fourth In qualifying to Alt chatrl 4M liOPlnkey
Mat... (I) I 40
Four Ex-Champs New CoachPHILADELPHIA earn a shot at his third straight a
All- tar Championship.Don Eleventh T-40:11 Ouln. la.M
Left In Seniors Ellis of Houston movedup .u Lucky Laaf (/) 1020 120 IM
(AP) Joe 7 Ricky Do (7) IN 140
Kuharlch Red Hickey and Paul to fifth on the last squad. Vicky Wink (I II) 100
Golf Tournament
Brown, three former National Bill Llllard Dallas, the leader
THURS. FRI. SAT. CLEARWATER (AP)-Seven Football League coaches, were for the preliminary rounds, ENTRIES'
former champions started out in being mentioned prominently dropped to sixth place. 1 1p Font Grade D l/ll
the American Seniors The lowest score qualifying Rocking' Rod' 72 Au,' Duke I. / 50old.
Golf for
Tour. today the head
coaching job ." Mittrati I Lono Dud (
nament but only four remained of the Philadelphia Eagles was Tommy Tuttle's 6781. Sir Govlord 10 Clay. Partner I
PRECISION ADJUST BRAKES today Jerry Wolman Washington Tuttle, an engaging newcomer 1 'r Ar Lady Carl t Pauman I

multimillionaire from Rural Hall, N.C., finished Second G'od. S .
ADD FLUID announced the l/ll
WHEEL BALANCE The 1962 champion, Jack Rob. Pt.... Win 10 Mar How lill 11
IP NECESSARYINCLUDED rts of Columbus, Ohio, was up. release of Coach Nick Skorlch 16th.Jeannette Napt Raider' 12 (.,tan., 10
Bopp 36-year-old
set Tuesday by Jackson Tuesday as he officially took Sky Zombie S Fair Echo SAmple
QQrf B. Hancock over the club following Milwaukee housewife, won thewomen' Dixie' I Wltehwood I.'
77r 99 of Champaign 111., 1 up. approval .
qualifying trophy witha 'r.4as
Ed Randall of by the league of his pur. r Third Gredo.D ./11
Rochester N. Y.
chase of the team for $5,505,000 24.game total of 4966. Mrs. Echoed S CTnky' Krogh I
19S8 winner, also was upset and Bopp's performance was second 41 t'v Mero Gel S G."I Kac 22
last month. -i Tiny latin 1M,. Tracy It
PACK FRONT INSPECT & ROTATE another of champion Egon Quirt.ner Wolman told a news confer. in all.star history only to the :: Sl N.pt' Flirt,, I Moor Men IIFourth
Rydal, pa., ailed to 5018 which won the qualifying ,
ence he already had contacted
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WHEEL BEARINGS All 4 TIRES qualify.
trophy last for Marlon ,
Kuharlch Brown and a third year Nelth Metal J Circus Marltoge I
Defending champion Bruce possible successor whom he de. Ladewlg of Grand Rapids, Mac. ,. 12 Star 72
Tuck Hevoe 4
99 99 Coffin of Marblthead, Mass, dined to identify by name, say. Mich. Grande Heavy I Mar tenetor Hew Buul,II
plays Jim Ackerman of Lake ing only he was a former NFL Mrs. Ladewlg, eight-time
Fifth
Wales in the second round of head coach not now coaching. champion of the event, failed to Sway Junior G.d.0 4 Mystery Maiden t/l
DRAIN RADIATOR.ADD I match play over the 6,367.'ard. The speculation was that the survive even the semifinal cut Don; Nile* I Doni 6, I
par71 course at Btllealr. last Sunday. Count On I Brief Work <
SET TOE-IN DUPONT third coach was Hlckej Riden, 72 Holly Glow( 10

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99 1T Molly Dolly 8 Blye I
994 Y Mixed Proipect 4 Cotton Kenny
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M....., I Anne Lltt 10
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Two to match William Tell's famed GemMin John .12 Peiodon Mar It
marksmanship c.,,_ t Magnue. 4
Kan Ioiv.l. Temperature rsnct from 40* to 120' Mount 1aUSUVATIONSCAlL) Whitey. DeWitt 12 Zlng;Along tClevoMk
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Wednesday January 22, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9




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1 But Tie Celtics For Wins C e 0 e . S



By-THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, 3:40 left but baskets by Sam '..

The Cincinnati Royals ire fat. Jones, John Havlicek, Bill Russell -/ -J

tfnlng up in Column One, but and foul shots by Russell Every attempt Is mad to report Turner 154, Donna Httley 156 Kaverman 671-199, Jim Croak

THE CALL Column Two apparently has and K. C. Jones tied It. Beat)' correctl) scores, names, and Faye Rimes 150. 568-211, Carl Armbrust 470.229and

CLASSIFIEDS them beaten. .' the: ruined the comeback. Dei. etc. if one would. look over the SENIOR CITIZENS- Friday Harry Sauchelll 560192.

Midway The Royals tied the Eastern ty u ,nmd up with 11 points. Bob yellow sheets sometime, one PMMarge Thomas was out. Harold Miller a big 202 solitary,

Division leadlnc Boston Celtics Pelt: led the Hawks with 29 WUburn Bullard 192 Vlrg BaU
would find where. this Is most standing as she listed a 501. ,
DAILY DEADLINE 10 AM. Day Prior Publ.colloA. In the ...hil; <> Sam Jones had 20 for Boston
with the most victories difficult. Pity' the poor seore. 196, Geo. McCreedy 475, Fred cher 199, Don? 191, Bill Jones

SUNDAY: DEADLINE 10 A.M. Friday 2-2107 National Basketball Association tarieslWIBC) Wolfe 468 and Tom Thomas 462. 194, Fred Pauly 194-193 and

by walloping the New York lladelphla rallied: from seven has recentl'begunapro. Gordon Speth tossed a 180 loner. Wes? 190.POWDER.

I Knickerbockers 139.124 Tuesday i olnts down to within 122.121 PUFF Maria Hat.
I
gram to encourage senior women Fred Wolfe 172 and John Shaffer
Announcements 36-Wanted To Buy 57-Houses For Sale night for their 32nd victory : I'wit! 23 seconds left, and had to take up bowling b>' sanction.ing \ cher was the talented one as she
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The 32 victories represent t>o,st>sslon. But DMrhtnger stole -, and encouraging. senior 172.BANTAM WTTENS-Hlgh for rolled a 511 using a 211 high.

STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS I am interested In buying or New Home located at Aqua- Column One in the NBA stand ,I,,4" i I'.ISS' and Walt Bellamy even- leagues. A senior league is dl'". the da> was Debbie Hasslnger May Grant reached a 498-179,
For StudiO Girl .
co.m.t'ea' ciii leasing an established Beauty lane Shore 2 bedrooms, me*
tu"Usank two free tlmmslth
1041 2208$. Order now Shop. Call MIdway '.&47& landscaping Write Box S33I Ings. Column Two, the loss cola I' fined as one in which all menu rolling a 269-162. Linda Hahna Bebe Moog 496.204, Dorothy

PLAZA BEAUTY I want th. boat 2. to JZ fl. H. Napl.sCRAYTON' umn, shows the Rojali with 11,fou: seconds left to clinch it (or bers art "" years or oldereOf 263 series Beth Cleinmer Stoneburner 477165. Mildred

SALON ALL ALUMINUM TRAilER f COVE RESIDENCE losses than the,Baltimore. Bellaim: led the Wetherlll with a 121
1121 (. seven more courses this does not locals a nice 126 game, Jean Kllngler average,
Tamiaml .
Trail can buy for 1100. lot !' with 37 to 3$ for
Midway l 7ti horse Trailer Ct. B t.I1B.c"; 194 10th Avenue, SouthA Celtics, who were beaten by Sts'.'set rers points" that all \\ommi of :35: or over 117, Terry Kllngler 115, and Sue fired a 47 .16n. Mary Lanza
Rd. Bonita Spring Louis 110.114 Zelmo Beat)1 ,Hal Creer of the 6ei. s. hurled 209 single Inga Gill
now 1 bedroom 2 bath fully on ,'. will. give up their other leofuosand Bell 103. a ,
..i"V"ndM."rnrA'fZ 41Sol'1t'1n Used Dinghy Wanted, under I air conditioned and heated jump shot with 14 seconds re vmalnlnj. \ The Wirrlor Wilt Chamber participate onl) In senior BANTAM PUPPIES John 167, Marie Weaver 160 and the
St. North. diiirOt. ft. Call Wagner. Ml 17SSI home for Immediate, $aii. 10. lain scored only three points In
It AM. II [ 5.7 Nour Turner 165 and Marge
PM, for ConiuItto catod on a corner lot three \ leagues. luther, It Is hoped Abbott scored highest for the day ,
Midway 25361. '' "'"... block from St. Ann' Catholic The Royals still are 311a games the third period but led his (team this new program will attract as he tossed a 170 for a 292 Shltel 160. Bowling well above

.38-Autos For Sale l City Church Pier; ,Naple Cambier Yacht Park;Club and; behind the Celtics. ['with 24 points as San Francisco senior women who lutoen Mike Stac\ 280.150. Mkhal"fJOIII'S their averages were Barbara

.ts-MOIo Acces. 1460 Kombl Volk Wagon, glapaneled .. down town. Extra includ. I In other {am.., Terry Disch.Incer' moved within :2'fc games of Los reluctant to howl, as well as provide a 244 series, Chris croak Collins 149, Kay Franklin 143,

Truck like now. S97S storage H P. pump room and plus utility well, extra built I interception preserved Angeles In the NDA's Western something additional for 2H, Skipp Celts 237, Eddie Dor. Helen Miller, Kay Wolfe 142,

30 twin ft.chryalar Chris Craft 171 a,- Sea depth SKIM cesh.Spring Scott Fla Fraley Bonito In Hot Point kitchen: garbage Baltimore's 124.121 victory over Division. Don Ohl topped the those seniors already h>\\Un.ll1 st> 233, Bill Dowes 224, Kenny Eldresn Stahlman 144 and JanelIerrt'1I

Imdar. radio disposal dishwasher plus large Philadelphia and San Francisco Pistons with 17.Gophers. 223 216 and 146.145.\ Conversion ex.
an.fter auto pilot. ,... other leagues. Roark Keggle Lord
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p US5 Buick Speciel 4 dr. H.T.. acreened porch. You cannot find
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tanka..u water ahafta ayatem. monel excellent condition, Priced for a bettor buy for til,500 In a blew an early 20.polnt lead and --- -- Special senior league. sam.lion Danii Brack 212. perts were Betty Celts 2.10 and

I lelectrtc Winch, full and canvas strut = QuIck Sal, 100 Call Midway more central drive'location. See your then came back to defeat Detroit certificates and senior meniixr. SHELLMTXED-GeneTes.. Tiny Messmer 57.
.5391 24/41 by
of all wheeli foam rubber- bunk. 3 isis ISM FordL or D,.. good ,ubb.". '..oy".or,.* to qualified anytime pur-: 100.88. Fall ship cards are being used, and slur with( a 537.204113ettye lIo\' r. illS 'N HERS Has Ruth

if1" T 'lnttl audbury I..salt water! clam Inside & out. Make rsas.onabla chaser.Prod V.. Ownors ",. and Mr*. The Royals brought their record special free awards are avail man 122.200:: andJo Wlckham519- Batcher established a new record .

Naplea." Call, Midway l.ml.ln' oltar CO". S..nd..d can b. seas Station at Coopsr.BUILDER to 7.1 against the nicks behind able to members of senior !lea. 189 were the instigators as Angel ? Her first game for the

SPECIAL C.yton OFFERS a three.man attack led by gues who qualify for them. Dues Wings won 3 from Conches and nlte found her with 10 splits a
MANI! HERES A BUrl 2 and S bedroom home on 11th
IV ft. fiberglass "Crosby" Av*. So. between 6th A Ith St*. Oscar Robertson, 31 points,Jack To WolverinesIn and league sanction fees are the! moved themselves Into second one In each frame. She was

tun about twin 40 IJSfl Chev, straight. stick, ... either completed or under con. Twyman, 21, and Jerry Lucas, same. WB3C News Release. 1 pUiu. Coquinas took over third fortunate enough to convert two
HP c.lI.nt m.ch.nl condition.food structlon priced from (14.$00 to
Johnson motors with rubber, body rough First $ 7.00 with good terms 20 and five stitches. The stlches Understand there is an ABC place as they won three from of them (don't know which two)

only takes It. Pho" MIdway WILLIAM B. STONE. INC. were required to close a cut program for the senior mon Junonlas. The Dunn's were for a 110. The T Birds climb

15 hrs. since new. 2 18 bt...". 17 PM 10 Tenth St.Builders North' 1041' S73I chin suffered in the first quar 80-66 TiltBy also-have to find out about that. high for the winners Cert ed up one place when they won

gal. gas tanks all controlsetc. ter. with a 470.163 Bill with a 484. two from Olds. Jimmie Gibbs
40 'Autos I Fo".t ,
4 wheel "Rocket" trailer Repairs a Parts room golf Labs coursa. facing Horns.naar back The Celtics trailed 114.106 with TED MEIER BROOKSIDE BOWL 176 and the 6-7 split. Bill was high for the winners witha

complete package y.rd.. Call with MIdway citrus t.'..&02'... .lter B... ""* Associated Press Sports Writer TWIN COUNTY. Moon'sMasonry Gregory fired a 201 for a 557, 499175. Rambler also move

$1895. See at 1650 Murex Life TimeGuaranteed r..nl PUBLIC NOTICE Caztle Russell and Bill Bun. took over third placeIn John Stull '55.1 el, Eloulse Williams ed up one place when they took
--- tin for the three from Falrl High for
Drive or call Bill Tucker the one-two punch the league when they swept !536-193JariePaquette4C5. llle. :

Midway 2.4295 Excellent Mufflers 58-Lots For Sale The NOTICE public OF. are PUBLIC informed HEARING that a Michigan Wolverines, are high all from Fagers Roofing. Helping 177 and Ann Davis 452.169. Ed the winners were W. Abemathle

Buyl public hearing: will be held at the up in college basketball's cur. the winners were Dennis S-il. llarroun listed a lone 197, Arvll 476.173 and Geo. Runkle 473.
"oanielaTuiIt Purchased at Jim's Sunoco BARGAINWatsrfront Courthouse In East Naples, .FlorIda.Tussduy rent All-America check list. 168. Tex Kaverman had a !579
For 5.1.: 2i ft Holland 193 Joanne Mandevllle
Hutchison Tire A Eisa- ;
Bait. 502 with of 202 ,
mon
Boat. 141 H". straight. 5.Cttrysl.r. February 11. .I9M at 10:30A demonstrated their abll- games series with 220 single to lead
2 Locations Brahms They a
Atlantic
Irish water cooled I Lot. at Gulf Han.bor .M., for the purpose' of hearing any and 230j Moon a 217 loner and 180, Julie Cliesser 106 and bbazei
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Teak decke. Loaded with extraa. leads to the Gulf complaint or rcasona why the followin Ity again Tuesday night as the Leon Snydor 204. nU>ees Market Abrahamson 160. for the nlte, Bud Hogue 570.

E. Turner 4 Sona Inc.. 11.000 Each oil cash new toning regulation should Wolverines whipped Minnesota ROLLING BROOKS MDCED.aIltgtl 224, WUhelm (tuber !533.202.: For
..2255.IIIn.tructlon. not went into fifth place by taking
Midway 44r-Mobil Homes It'Golfd: NEW ZONING I I. 80.66 and took another step towards series tonlte went to GlenYail'r the fair sex LU Miller was out.
Phone 2 HSt two from Gulf Coast Motors.
only. Midway REGULATION TO APPLY
their first Big Ten cham. standing with a 522l7Juanita
who rolled a 647.102 (oh.
SchoolsRapid Tj TO ALL for Dtbheea wereGlen
Unit Apt House Sit. For High Lang
Trailer For Salo Seasonal
Rent with option" to or Buy. Mr*.' Sal or Lease 19,000 D T. ZONING CLASSIFICATIONS pionship In 16 years. 525-180 and George Runkle 190 lowed by Fred Clark 533.188 and Snydor 525.203: and Mildred Eaton
begin" Stone 3ISO 14th 8t. No. Naplea. Jones Enterprlies, Ml I '..1340.P. The County Building Department of Russell threw in 25 points and Charles Rice 532-182. Bertha 472170. Leon Snydor reached
Issue buildIng moved
: 'lf.'t' O. Box 793 Collier County will not a single. First Florida up
Feb. I0th. Spartan Impanel Mansion with permit for an accessory buildtIng Buntin added 23 as the Wolver. Kernaghan ted the) fair ones with a lone 205, Alton Hatcher 204,
throo from
taking Naples
'enrollment limited Studenta Highest elevation In East Na- : house until 50% of the one by
aluminum,
cabana or guest 200
perfect ices second.ranked nationallyIn Wes llenson Bob Moses
call Ml 16347 after I PM; condo Will sell or trade for pies $100 each clost to cJtyi maltS buildIng "has bean constructad.BOARD Floor Covering helped by Norm a.. 503.180, Hazel Abrahamson ,
Adults cell t.5669. small travel Trails Lot IS wall Collier' County Real B.tJ OF The Associated Pre..' poll, Turner 518-187 and Jack Kothfuss 495.185, Jerl Jerabek 476-172\ Fred Pauly 194-195, Bud Dunham
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North section Naple Trailer tat* on East Trail Open Sun- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS rolled to their fourth straight 189, Pat Eggleston, Bea Mohr.
Ml 2.391'. : and finer 473.173. Ernest
Park.48Apts.. daysor_ call COLLIER COUNTY. a 209 alone. George TuKlarls Ruby
12-Help Wanted league triumph and 13th victoryin bacher 181, Mary Jo Glbba 180,
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FLORIDA
Two watarfront Lots close In with a 5C2-208 and Ralph Me. Rimes registered a 181 single,
t back yard to Gulf of Mexico' (SEAL) 14 starts over-all. Glnnle Baldwin 172, Eva Hogue
Excellent and opportunIty : For Rent Margaret T Scott. Clerk Klrlhan 55C-192! were high for Howard Follis ISO, Wes MUtner
salary Real Cheap! Call Midway The they are going theWolverlnt" 186 Ethel Jones 17'JMaryWhld.
: way
,
for qualified automotiveBookkeeper1 2.5021 after I "104. By R. W. Baatty the Floor Covering. Rae lIendrlx 182, Hub Hans 170, Dick Larson
Box Deputy Clerk finish with a den 168 Mary Hatcher 167 Inga
: Reply to may ,
I bedroom Apt, air cond.. T.Von Exceptionally l 553.197. Francis Hall 173, Mdl'; MUtner 158 (twice).
posted
tt 338 I.. N i plea, "loo'9' : Jan. 22. 21. 1964 _! 14.0 mark in a Gill 161 Gloria Bernard It,2
cable, reasonable ratea, day Royal Harbor Lot 23 perfect league play Frank Lanza Bcttve (overman( > ,
Lita Guard W.nt.d: to' y.ar week or month. Call Midway Ct Watar 2 aide, see walled.. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE in contrast to their first year in recorded a 208 solitary, BUI Shirley Glasser 168.165 and E.
round work city benefit Apply 2252 Sl500. ... O. Boo 172. Bloomfl"d IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Hyder 203, John Snuff 200,Buster 177 and Kay. Rans 155.
Naplea Recreation Dept Hills. MI"h. TWELFTH Big Ten basketball, back In Abemathle 159.: Sharpshooters
Immaculate Efficiency Florida AND FOR McLean 194 I 13. Hogan 102 Bill
HeMllOk..pe W.nted for coo room private bath and entrance COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDAIN 1918, when they didn't win a were the Seal>eres, Marge con.
pta. must b. good cook and In city Reasonable 59-Acreage CHANCERY league game. In fact their only Bryant 187. Nice games of 178 PINE LANES verting the 5.7.9 and Gus the!
do a.n"1 hou..woII: stay 0' Call, Midway 2.4894, Cato No 1173 each were rolled by Buck TRAIL BOWLERS OJ). 5.8-10.
defeat this campaign came at
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Call ? ?16S13Helsy.Want.
JQ Midway I bedroom APT For Rent 4 Acraa on Coconut Creek highland FRANK K. ALBERT.PlaintiffANDREWVPRESTON UCLA Duchann John Peters and Al Osceola blasting a 227 for a 588
Phone Midway '.&171 after 4 restricted DOWN the hands of unbeaten ,
Female. PM. belenca 3 to I plans at 4.% BURNETT top.ranked in The AP poll. Davis. was outstanding for the nlte, Bowling Standings

2 bedroom Apt. For Rent furnished '",000. Also 3 loll at Big Pine Playing at home Michigan PALMETTO Taking four Tex Kaverman was right behind
al
Senior' 4 Junior' Busty Opera' or unfurnished Season Terma I<.y. ISO. and X 120 near at good 1)600.fishing aama at I. Dii end ants was the only team In, The AP'a points from Tropics Drive-In put him with a 580-209 and L.V. _I'lne Lane
era Wanted: Call Ml 2.4123. month or round. On Gulf SUIT
Shore year Cull Mon. thru Fri I AM to 4 NOTICE OF Bonita Springs Spa up one Shields followed close with !576. IIIIrooliaid. howl l
Blvd. nice view of Bayor STATE OF. FLORIDA TO Top Ten to see action Tuesdayas
EXPERIENCED A L T E R ATION PM t 10)2
WOMAN for a batter Quit Call Midway 22359 or Midway a) ANDREW PRESTON BURNETTwhoil the mld-keason exam lull pUce. High for the Spa were 203.211. Rex Polly recorded a .
TRAIL BOWLERS PL
25131. 2Tiiits. 1.7 Acre See. 21, ifalive
dr... shop pleaia five age TOSS R27E soar Janet Memorial retldence la hit unknown unknown continued.In Katie Stull 490.167, LU Peters 555.201, Jim Wolfe 554.200.
if dead
I and Builders Mart 32 19
bedroom
education experience refer furnished APT.. Saa.sonal Scenic Drive and Gold. 480.173 Fran Hamilton a lone
hun d..I..... legatee and the few other Chuck Martin a pplng225lon.
I Rental Write major
ence* and date. .Salary' pru.vi5t,5ypatg.d e -- Drive, No Naples I2H Highland en Oatet 1300 each Cath. Cal.I ranteea. and It merriAd his ununown I 1(9 and Ruth Capipbell 151.Luillle'Lorrf ,Mike' Pike! 214 Dud Hogxie 1.. V. Shields .311, 21
ore
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UkeVwoufll R.alILadMas.M games Purdue wtmf .two, over
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J r if alive and "
pectellKUlM M.H.plea, T apoute. ,"
23ilsicher
led the 11U\.lnrdr :2/tew:
I bedroom unfurnished Apt.. .2.J9I9. dead her unknown ttaira. devraeet times to' defeat Noire Dame at league witha 208, Ev. BaldwIn, Buck ferro King /
,... HeTpwented
W.t and Kitchen 25 with stove refrlg, I blocks to Wati. font A cneage. $40 down. legateea U'TndIE grant.01' Fort hubS Georgia 505-190, Jo WIekham 495. 204, Willie (fuller 202, Ed ConJlrucrlon 25 26
only over Wayne
age
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beach $10 month on annuallease S40 a month also I saris for RUBY ,
need epply. Hammock Rettaurant. Phon. Midway 1.21.9 t..I1. or hom..t.. and otha. whosi neuidanca I. unk5own. II Tech defeated Georgia 7159 in 183, Mary Annbrust 471Shirley Belavek, Rob Abbott 201, WU. CrlytonCoveLiundry25 26

Royal Palm Hammock Modern 1 b.doom un'unl.h.ed .c,... 2H acre end up et $20 alive and if dead her unknown a non.fiEC conference game at Johnson 470. Gloria Bernard burn Dullard 199 and BUI Ar. Furniture Fair 25 26
E.p..n ed Lady for .w,. hbo..d down and $20 a month on ac- hurl daviteea legataea and
wok and clerical dut\ APARTMENT. with compiatakltchan. cats roada. Collier County Real" grantlil. and jf married lisr Atlanta and Tennessee over. tossed a 178 single, Frances brugh I 192.PITTMAN. Donltl Mets 23 28

In Motel,: Write Box 331 K, Na BY Rae SEASON b..ch OR end YEAR.uhoping. Eatato. on East Trail. Open. ) unknown apoute .If alive. and. whelmed Ft. Knox 0650 at Fltcek 172, Edna Simpson 171, CLASSIC.. Bob Don Spr Du.t. Men 23 28
Sundays or Call Ml 2 3919I I dead his unknown haira devlet.
plea 3" tlh Ave So., MI 2.3393Air legetee* and grantee, Knoxville On the Pacific Coast Nena Ellis 168, Bawl Abraham. Steele, Jr. bombed out a 597 Tlntiamf Tire 23 28

Beauty Operatora Wanted: wIi eond Efficiencies and I WHY PAY MOREU" JOHN A BURNETT whote, retldence lost to Seattle 80-93. Ion 161, Nancy Dennett ICO, using games of 219 and 208. 21 30
Si Dayton
ay to 60% commission. da Acre tract located b.twsonGoldan Pine Lanes
Week monthor If alive, and
bedroom Apts or unknown.
la
pending on. Individual" PhonaMidway season KIMBERLY APTS. Gates and Naples, 1550 If d..d his unknown h&ns." di'vlseai. Eileen Wheeler 159, Doris Dud Hogue posted a '61.214f Tax
t S42S. S2S 11th Ave. So Phone Mid. per acre. Easy tarma ROAD Iegataoa and grantaasand Assign'sJobs
TO EACH TTACT. MARLOWEA Graves
way 2.0092.SABAL EECK.ISEALTORS. 413 .Fifth. if married hi. unknown coach and Don Brown, defensive I'm not In any hurry to fill POWDER PUFF aEckards PL
14 Help' Wanted Male A...... ... Ml spouse, if alive. and If dead IShiont 49 31
S
SHORES APTS. w.ytzza. her unknown hairs. d........ In In Revamped end coach. the position, and I'm not certain
atee and grantee's; HARRY C John Elbner will continue as when It will be filled," the head Frans hair DesIgns 48 32

Paving. Call Work for; Appointment experienced only Mod.YEAR'". One ROUND bedroom LIVING and efficiency 62-Business Property c1.nc.HACHMEISTER.I. unknown 1 whoso if .".., real and Coaching Staff B team coach and chief scout. coach said. "It could be withina Plaza Deauty3s.lon 41 3)

Midway '..un.15S.le. _. Apts. furnished. TVCable II dud his unknown h.I,., d. Dave Fuller will be freshman week or as late as a month Vogues F.shion"8
In. Monthly or year For Sal L"a' Comm.'Cill visas.. I..t... and grantaes, GAINESVILLE (AP)-Coach "
Help Wanted round Ml 24455. Kelly Rd. Bldg, complete with 1I..ln.Qu..t. .. and If married hit unknown Ray Graves announced the assignments head coach. Dewayne Douglas from now Dorothys I5lh Ave 38 42
and Araca AveLARCHMONT. : on pram.isIs. If alive and if dead her freshman line
CO.OP Iii22S4Tamiaml Trail. E, spouse unknown hairs, davlaeea, lage for his reorganised will continue as Spring practice begins Feb.15. Violas Deluty 38 42

Sales Help wanted for 40 hr Beautifully furnished 1 bedroom tees and grantees, JOHN R.HACHMIISIER. football coaching staff today, coach and Larry Travis probably Kinard, Kensler and Pancoast Ullys 38 44Betty"
week paid vacationa, company Apartment with southernexposure. 64-WaUrfront .whoso reiiif : will become an assistant are new to the Gator staff this 44
Property complete except for a recruiter. Fem.Fuhlon.38:
benefit apply at office of W 2 block to (hopping dance la unknown. If alive. and
T. Grant Co.. Mr*. Gunn_ S block' to the beach WESLEY dead hi.* unknown heirs. devisees. Gene Ellenson remains chiefof freshman coach In May. year. Kinard came from Au. Verdu Beauty S.IQR 36 44
G DOWNING. REALTOR. Midway Choice; Waterfront Lots for Sale.by legeteea and granleas.and defense and Graves said this will completethe burn, )Kensler from Miami and
'..2Ilt.f owner, Theron Ridge PhoneMidway If married hIs unknown Pepper Rodgers 5th Ave Ile4uty Salon 30 150
16-Help Available 2.1121.65Gen. spouse. If alive and If dead her chief of offense. staff except for s recruiterwho Pancoast from Tampa.

l'RISD'C4oT Week. MJ or unknown h.I" 11..1..... laga Rodgers will be aided by of. fflll be named later. Ottls
Available Immediately e> Month ) Real Estate tees and grantees.. LELA F They replaced Mooney IUSNHERSP1.

pert all round mechanical and 22302. or Ml 21155.49HouMS TEUCHTLER, whose residence fentlve line coach Ed Kensler Johnny Griffith, .head coach at who went to Miami; Jimmy VOIcSWlgon! ,... 42 18
and pool maintenanceman. Is unknown. I If alive, and If dead
ground. Very commendable ..f.,. APT FOR SALt her unknown heir, devisees, legatee and offensive end coach Fred Georgia the put three years', Dunn, who went to Tennessee, Model T's 39 21

encet. Wiahea small Efficiency For Rent CoOp Apt. overlooking Gulf or and .'.nt.... and If marnod. Pancoast. and three others have been Interviewed and John Donaldton, who wentto
Apt. on premnea pius aalaryyear Bay. I or bedroom, Its baths.r.asonabla. her unknown spouse ifalma Ferrari 38, 24
furnished Ellenion's aides will be Bill for the job Graves Georgia.: Recruiter Sterling
round. Write Box 3Ja. SELL or RENT 1 bedroom I or unfurnished and if dead his unknown Olds 315 25
Naplea bath. S4I 10th St., No, ConAnderson ; Shoreline Apts:, 1171 heir, devisees. legetees, and Kin a r d, defensive backfleld said Dupree also went to Georgia.r \ .
Ambitious, young male collategraduate at Midway 25011 Gull Shore Blvd. (aero** from grantaea: k.LMER L. HACK Tin Uzzles 33 27
Mansion House ;
needs extra Incoma.Avaiiabla 2 bedroom unfurniahed waterfront MUSTER whose reaidance isunknown. Sling Ray 32 28
after tour P. O. Box If olive, and If dead -

1722, Naples.CTarkBookke.p.r.,_ per month.Home.Call T.V.WY cable.2.3151. daytime 190. 66ln.uranc.HOIplt.Uratlo" his unknown and granteoa heirs : devlsetslegetaee ESTER. Maxwell 30 30

: docsras .ther or Ml 2 5021 evenings .0. ELIZABETH STODOARD, whose T- lrd 29 31

part tims 0' full tima poailion. 'i'iSnook: Drive. lovely new Accident.I nsidlnce i. unknown i .h.... Valiant 28 32
Call Ml 25257.21Lost 2 bedroom 2 bath waterfront Health. Group A BusIness Ins and If dead hir unknown hairs..
Home new draperlea throughout Metropolitan Life Insurance devisees .legatee ..nd grantee Corvette 26'' 34
central heat A air conditioning Consultant Harry Clouser, and If m..ed f.iruilino.., k4
& FoundLOST Unfurniahed. |150 for Ml 2-3091 P. O. Box "'S spouse, If .11".. and .If deed hi* Rambler 215 315Slutl
annual I lease Watkins A Bar. unknown heirs devisees leia U 38
Two white swans with ha'". "3 tin Ave So tee and grantees: T. E BYRON
pink bills Wandered away from and HELEN A. BYRON husband Caddies 21 39
Housa For
Unfurnished Rent
South Gordon Drive area. Can : and wife whose residence is 19 41
Call 22990. F'lrlane
positively be Identified Liberal MIdway unknown if alive, and if dead
'award 10 fnd. Call John Quad Houae For Rent by I mmWANTADS thee.. "nknown h.I,.. I.galaes.
Slater, Midway 2 t6M month or '''10". 1054 Ith St, devisees. and grantees: E A. .
Gold Grandmother I So. Midway 2-4111 call after ELLISON AND. BERNADINEW TWIN COUNTY BB

Lost Bracelet- with 2 gold discs I PM. ELLISON. husband and wife, ifalive Gulf Coast Motors 461/2 2911l

"Michael, 4 Pamela", Call Ml For Rent Unfurniehed 4 lied.rooM. whoa residence. la unknown .. 46 30
Drunk a Miller Ins.
and if dead their unknown
t list; REWARD. I bath New Houae Good
location 11M! per month Phone heir. legatee, MILDRED devisees E. MATHEWS and- I Moons Masonry 42 11l-33 III
grantees
23-Mlsc. For Sale Midway 2411.55StofesOffice whose addres I la Poet 01- Sunshine Hardware 4111l 341/2
tire Box 10) Bloomlngton, Indiana ...
f/t' : EDWARD K' ROGERSand Blbbees Market 40 In 351/2
I ued Refrig. For Sale at ESTELLE M. ROGERS hus Floor Cov. 40 36
150. rtione Midway t SJtl or bend and w.f. .. wholl ....d.nc. Naples
..,41. OFFICE. FOR ItINTL".ulou. and .dd.... is Arabian Amanlcan First Fla. Reas Est. 3? 39
walnut paneled office
well to well carpeting.Peppard 2011 Oil Company.Thahran. Saudia Post OfficeBex Arabia Fager Roof Coating 34 42

26-Personal Contact Capt Bldg Burton.154 00 per ImperialPropertlea mo.i Vitro Services 27 III 48 1/2
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b) All persona having or claimingscribed
Ml t till d.. Rices Clippers 24 III 611/2
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS any Int..t In tfti following
Men Women with drinking Office Space 12 X II ft. For FOR FAST ACTION// lends situated In Collier;

problem Call Ml t.2770. MeetIng Rent at $.} per mo. Caaat County, Florida: :
Tuesday and Friday I 30 Colony aid, )" Mh Ave So. Lots 20 fl 21. 21 >4 Inclusive' ,, PALMETTO BB
p m. Cottage First Baptist Block 14. Tier I. TOWN OF NAPLES Johns Clothing 49 27
according to the map or
Church. 57-Houses For SaW CALLMIDWAY plat thereof recorded in the public Corwin Shells 40 36

33-Servtcei Offered ";;COQUINA SANDS' Custom 1 Florid record. in Fiat. of look Collier 1 at County peg I. Furniture Fair 31 37

bedroom 2 bath Home, largeacreened You and each of you are hereby Bonita Springs Spa 36 40
porch and arafe on [ notified that a suit has been Instituted
PAINTING No Job too small. corner let Phone Ml I 5751.! in the Circuit Court in and Tropics Drive In 34 42

Call Midway. an 15354.RUBBER experienced. Painter, J1I.oom. 2 beth Home in Novel for eery Lao entitled County.'Frank.Florida.K In Alo.rt.11I"Iff Chan. Dorothys 32 44
Harbor aeawall
and dock and 2-2107 Bur
Andrew Preston
STAMPS that dock matter, versus
air conditionedand That. the.
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natO et al
heeler, all appliance' MIXED BB
hula SEASHELL
make a food impression. < t. *
CHERRY PANCLINd I .
AND lY"th'e 0iboeUdteMribeV
Any lit*. Quick terries. CENTRAL FIREPLACE: IN 1JI portal County of Kings Crown 44 32
Collier
tend situated in
Collie County NEWS. LIVING ROOM Wall to wall certain restrictiv 40l232lIlCnu
carpeting 'Immediete occupen.cy Flottde and to remove Angel Wlnas
MARLOWE A : covenants 42 1/2 33 1/2
BECK REAL
For an estimsU of your You ana raquinid. t. hI. YeMIr at's'
TORS, 411 Ith Ava.. ..... Midway I' makaan
Painting needs, phone Ml 2 U2I war app.arancd or othan plaeding Is tIll Complaisi and to witS Conches 42 34

2.4580, No Job too \\tff or C MR.. l BATH CBS; HOWE: ths CIorb of thi C"cu.1 Court Ia llmOf11l. 34 41
With It X M ft. Florida Room and for COIIt.r County Florida and panama Rollers .36 41
too small. Clean efficient large acreened patio matter I* serve a copy ef said answer" or
bedroom and bath. air conditioned other pleading upon the plaintiff Sea Horses 32"
service. ; utility room 2 car carport attorney*. ALLEN. KNUDSEnWARYZ A 30 48
city aowerage well and $ whOM mailing addres i* Sand Dolla
GEORGE UHL. Painting _100' for apt,.."""". 0 C.. atova P O. Box "'Z. Fort MX".. Florida,
and refrig All rug* and drape by not later than. February II. I....
tome furniture, TV. cable gal or te allegation of said. Complaint ROWNG BROOKS MIXED BB
Commercial and Res. heat. ONLY $1 5.iOO. located. at. will *. taken aa confessed. by you Palm River 48 1/2 27 1/2
Licensed and Insured IUI 7th Ave. .... Celt Bill I fJColI /. II i* further ordered that thi*
Tucks MIdway t-MM Notice of Suit "hH b* published Henderson Creek 47 29

2781 Storter Are., I-BedKbom. 2 tile. bath horile once a week for four consecutive, Marco Pass 44 32
33940It located M The 'Ca, Count weeks in a nowtaaper having e generel
Naples. FJa. MoorIngs. .
Adertls potts throughout, living room ; :! .JYew. circulation in Collier County, -- -- New River 401/2 351/2

Pays Ta ,dining-. room Completely halls, end..,cOfldtI one bad_ "tortd.WITNESS my hand and aoal of thiS, TWO: PAIRS OF HANDS reach up In't'1 Naples'' Steve Steele (20)) while Jerry Gordon River 40 36

.d and "'"ed. disposal, dtenvwaalior PUBLISHED DAILY Court m : Collier' County Horse Creek 39 31
Paved driveway t* carport Florida f1'f- deof. January, dn effort to mare rebound In Naple Morgan ((22)) stands by to get a pOssible 41
& IMa. Caxambaj (Cats ,,35
and storage room. Niceacreened (Except Monday Saturday) ,
costWANTAD In porch.' Lawn>odd d i MRS MAPIOARET T SCOTTClerk Junior High freshman game against deflection. Visitors won the game Babblers 34 42
low and partIally, Iandcepe4 Ph.Ml Noples, Coli;., County Florida
!-4104 aflar I p m. N. fcrokra Br INEZ MAOILl Punta Gorda here last Friday. Chuck; under the boards, e vital factor InPG' Rookery Bay 281/2 n III

aleste.Everyea. Ka4 TIMI n.*.I lfiU! 'el.c 'r"EoIk'Sf ALl of battle with) 40-23: (NEWS photo) Shark River 2) 1/2 521JU
Reads Tile M' .Wi law I ,. ft 29. 194 SITS Smith Punt. G rda ((24) victory .

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