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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: March 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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HAVANA (AP>-Fldel Castro u
says he would be a scientist
rather than a lawyer, If he .
could make the choice again "' ,1 4 .
Calling on Cuba to direct Us ., '",' Of Oswald Murder

energies toward a technical
revolution Castro told a rally
Friday night he is "sorry" he r
studied law Instead of one of

the technical professions."We D-\LLA... .AP> ) Ja'k Ruin fluid arguments tiv attorneysfor
don't need more law. w ,is t on\'U ted today of murdering Weather Review both sides The Jurors then
yers," Castro said. He urged t t< Lee !lane Oswald, and retired for the night.
young Cubans to consider scl. senton' <'ed to death In the eleMl <'. Max Min. Rain The conference room where
entitle studies especially In ""hllr. "r. 7 /t7 <62 000Ma the Jurors reached their decision .
such areas as food productionto ""---. e4,, I JrJ The iurannounced It was 8 ,85 63 000M In the historic t ase Is Just

Improve the country's stand. al. and 28 minutes 9 /H5 61 000Ma off the main courtroom In the
u 1 t t''eI< hours "r ---- -
ard of living rJ oItl'i it began iterations litq(1 10 /M 73 000 Dallas County Records BUlg., PUBLIC HEARING ontkc.
connected with It by a door be.
ROME (AP}-Soviet Premier q :( ,1.11CST i \ ( ) after having "r. 11 *6 60<> 000Ms hind the judge's bench, tlon !lace will b. led by Sen.
Khrushchev says his country I 1'1 1 ikdsltn t. 12 HI 63 stir Elmer 0. Friday, Jr..

must keep up its "defensive po. ,ii)'t' Joe B. Drown read tie\ Ma. 13 87 61 0.00 st N.plenty Hall at 9 a.m.
tential" even at the expense of vet,ll t ,it 12:22 p.m. (CSf). Four More FileCandidacies TUffd.). March 17. The pub.
living conditions for the Russian
lie I III
people. L\L Ho I don ordered tne Juror. room. The convicted man was muted especially pub.
In a foreword to a collectionof es, .>toted back to the deliberation whisked away before anyone As Ik1 official! and those ton.
his speeches on peace to be. rcom> and dismissed. could talk with him. netted pith election laws
published by the Italian: editorG There was no demonstration
I u 1 o Elnaudl, Khrushchev following the Judge's Instruc. basement Ruby fchot of the Oswald Dallas In City the Deadline NearsFour Acid Damage At
wrote tlons that the courtroom audl.
"Missiles and cannons are OFFICERS elected this past week to ing (I-r) Sharon Cowles, historian' and en, Q must remain quiet and Hall two days alter President more persons filed for New Courthouse

but not If milk, meat, bread and soup, head the Student Council at Naples Tom Bernard, vice president Tha three seated Chief until Defense dismissed.Atty. Melvin Kennedy 22. was killed here Nov county list offices of candidates Friday,to swellingthe a total Headed For TrialIt
the Soviet Union were not
so powerful, the flames of war Senior High School during the 1964- boys won in the first election the two (\em! 1 said, "This jury wasn't The defense's next move will of 33. appears that the Collier

would have already been Ignited 65 school term are (seated l-r) Jill girls gained seats on the council in a even concerned with listening be to appeal the case to the Deadline for filing by boLl County courthouse acid-damage
throughout the world." Workinger Jim Willis, runoff. (NEWS photo) to our arguments. They had Texas Court of Criminal Ap. Democratic and Republic can. suit Is headed for a jury trial.
secretary pres.
; their minds made up.. we'll peals. Ruby will be held In the'! dictates Is Tuesday noon, County Circuit Judge Archie Odom on
MOSCOW (AP-Moscow sur. ident; and Ray Eilers, treasurer Stand. appeal.. we'll appeal today. Dallas County Jail pending the Clerk Margaret Scott points out. Thursday afternoon ordered) two
geon Vladimir Golovanov today "RAilroad? This wu a kan. decision of that tribunal, no The voter registration deadline lawsuits consolidated In prepara.
reported success In transplant. ( garoo Jury." matter how long It takes.So Is April 4, a month In advance tlon for a forthcoming trial,which
Ing nerves from human corpses Tickets Now On Sale Belli shouted to newsmen that ended this chaitfr" In the of the May !S I primary election. probably will not be held until
to from Judge Brown "went down the story of a man characterized
persons suffering nerve Mayor later Parties In the
Qualifying Friday afternoon at
Injuries 1 line with every motion the dls. by the prosecution as "a vi. suits are W. F. Thompson Construction .
t I 1 trlct attorney made and they clous, cold-Mixxlod murder... Mrs. Scott's office were Naples
The Soviet news agency Tass Co. and Bill Newsom
said Golovanov has performed Annual Agriculture Tour :,i left him Into some 30 errors." a thrill killer" and by the do.fent.e lawyer log the William office of Crowley prosecutor, seek.and Inc., ceramic tile contractor.
33: successful transplants. lie asked that the record show as "a very sick man, a Immokalee fire control district; Thompson was general con.
i that the Jury deliberated only character around town, the vll. tractor
Tass said he takes the nerves Incumbents Sam E, Heath and for the government cen.
\ about two hours and 20 min. lage Idiot, if you like.
from corpses which have been Jack Whlsnant. On ter, which was complet.dlnI962.Newsom's .
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Friday
deep frozen UtM. The case went to the Jury at morn. firm, a subcontractor
,
Looms As Another Sellout Judge Brown, as he took the hOG a.m. with completion of County tngLeo Commission R.ChlckertnlfUedfort! seat In Dls.* did some tile work While New.
ATHENS, Greece (AP)}-King bench, said, "I am about to receive trlct 3.Those. .om'. workers were using murU
Constantine will marry his 17. a verdict In this case I tic acid In cleaning work, it u
year-old Danish fiancee, Prln. Tickets for the third annual Tickets are available for a M. expect d sell-out this year want no demonstrations. of any Annual MeetingOf who have filed for off. alleged that fumes from this
cess Anne-Marie, sometime this Collier County Agriculture $5 donation which covers the as In previous years ..., we do kind." Ice so far are as follows acid corroded aluminum window
year, the Royal Palace an. Tour went on sale this cost of transportation aboard [no1 expect to have any tickets He looked toward the Jurors Commissioner, District,A.C. frames and hand railings.
nounced Friday night. weekend. The tour will be alr-condltioned buses plus left the morning of the tour and said, "you have your ver. Historical Hancock and Cecil Drake; Dls. Much of the damaged aluminumwas
The wedding had originallybeen held on Tuesday. March 24, lunch In Immokalee. No private so we advise those wishing dirt ready?" trlct 3, Chlckerlng, William lien. described as too corroded ,
Several jurors spoke out In nlng and Bill Sentellj; District S!I,
to
scheduled for next Janu. repair So Thompson held
up
from the Tamlaml- to to obtain them ahead
departing cars will be allowed on the go rtime"
Society TuesdayThe Pete Doub Ewell Moore Fred
assent.
,
ary, but court circles felt Con < the final contract payment to
Naples (Publlx) Shopping Cen- tour this year The loirnoK* He noted that personstoutside Edon field black and ..
stantlne, 23, should'' have a .,' "May I have It? the Judge R.E. C. Newsom and sued the latter
queen as soon as possible. to. ter parking lot promptly at 9 lee Chamber Ls( assisting vliljarrangeriTeTIts of Naples Interested I IIM*".aafdi'. annual meeting of the Col. Carenter.* t 10.1' C0fnda'pages.
strengthen his position. a.m., according to County Agent ( for A* tour, including taking the lour' fiotild : ordet A' bailiff handed the slip of Her County Historical Society ael..u: +4I.Ud.' ,Ji lsiriW"Lri.: ;' ...tuna'' itt>Htil by having ";
He ascended to the throne a Don Lander who Is chairmanof the lunch. tickets by mall from the Chamber payer up to the bench, Drown will be hold Tuesday, March 17, Whitaker a.id Mrs Cmolee Bar Thompson sued for the amountof
week ago Friday upon the deathof the sponsoring Agriculture Tickets are now available office, enclosing payment riffled through the pages until at 8 p.m. at the Naples: Woman's rettj; District 4, Henry B, Wat. the payment withheld by
his father, King Paul L Committee of the Greater Naples on a first come first served with their order. he found the written verdict. Ho Club, Society President Fred kiss Jr. and C.J. Copley. Thompson $4,380. These are
Chamber of Commerce. basis at the Chamber of Commerce The tour will make some 10 then read It aloud. Hamlin said yesterday. County Judge, Richard M. stan. the two suits which Judge Qdom
PARIS (AP) The Commu. offices on the North stops to see sugar cane, citrus Turning to the Jury he said, Dr. Charlton W. Teboau, head ley and Murphy Combs' Combs consolidated Thursday AnlnaV* _
"Is this unanimous? So of the University of Miami the only county Republican to file llth*
nist'led General Confederationof Trail at the ornament! flowers, cattle say you ance company Involved in the r
Workers plans a one-day protest Says Scranton ; county agent'SOffice winter vegetables and pack- all? Please hold up your right History Department and authorof for any office as yet gallon has demanded trial by
the Courthouse
,
strike against: President at ; at hand." several historical books on Justice of Peare, Immokalee, jury, Thompson's lawyer, Ralph
Charles de Gaulle's labor poll. Won't Go After Corbln Llndabury Farm and Ing operations. It will returnto The eight men and four women the Collier County area, will ad. O.W. Hancock, Nash Lloyd, and Carson, said at the hearing
cy next Wednesday. GOP Nomination Garden Center on 10th Street Naples about 4<<0 p.m. as though on cue, made the dress the meeting, Hamlin said Uel Myers. Constables, Clifford "All I'm Interested In U get.
South; or from Agriculture gesture Dr. Tebeau's subject will be Geiger in J.P. District 1, Ronald ting the money that Is coming
WASHINGTON (AP-A lead. Committee members Bob Ben Instantly, a special detail of "Florida During the Civil War" Rimes In J.P. District 3, and to me," Newsom commented af.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. Ing Scranton.for-prestdent con. son, David Jones, Jr., Norman 'U.S. Go Home'Drive three deputies surrounded Ruby Dr. Tebeau's "History of Col. Kenneth Feather and Earl Tay. ter the hearing was over. The
(AP) Groucho Marx Friday pressman said today the Penn. Herren and Miles Scofleld. and hustled him out of the court Her County" has enjoyed wide lor In J.P District 4. Orlando man, whose company
got a bronze plaque as big as sylvt'nia governor's attitude to. Lander noted that available Circulation since Us publicationin Prosecutor, Walter R. Condon bears his name, was presentIn
three of his cigar boxes be. ward the Republican nomination on the buses limitsthetourtolloparticipants' SpreadsTo 1997. His latest book, "They and Crowley. clerk, Mrs. Scott: person, along with attorney
cause he had answered a classl. is one of "Mncere Indifference." space Susan Lived In The Park," has just registrar, Mrs Edna Crlbb San. Sam Murrell.
fled ad In 1905. Rep. Richard 5, Schwelker, and West Africa Eddy Wins recently been made available ta; tax assessor, Sam Coldlng;
The Distinguished Citizen R.Pa., said Gov. William W. Miss Southern' through local bookstores. This tax colectorA.PAyers! ; sheriff,
Award of the Association of Scranton Is genuinely engrossedin David Escue LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP- story of the great Everglades E.A.Doug Hendry, Teacher HiringOn
Newspaper Classified Advertls. his state leadership Job, but A "U.S. go home" campaign Is Crown At CollegeMiss Rational Park from the momentOf North Naples fire control, Ed.
Ing Managers (ANCAM) annu. would accept the presidential spreading among the French Its inception has been most ward Halllcy and John Shun: Board AgendaThe
ally goes to someone who nomination "If it came to him; Gets 85 Days community of this thriving West Susan Mary Eddy, favorably received by reviewers East Naples fire control, Cas.
launched an outstanding career but he Is not going after It." African nation, where 250 Amer. daughter of Mrs. William S. and Is expected to enjoy a Urge per Townsend; Immokalee tire County School Board will
by answering a classified ad. "I think he Is sincere In what 'Break'David leans live. Eddy of 205 Fifth Street,North, sale Dr. Tel>eal\ will autograph control, Heath and Whlsnant. hold its regular monthly meeting
The 1905: ad-which ran In the he Is saying now," Schwelkersaid. For A grenade and shotgun attackon was crowned "Miss Southernof copies of his latest book at the tomorrow in the board room,
old New York World and which "A lot of people don't. the meeting Hamlin said.
U.S. Embassy building beginning at 1:30
Southern p.m.
started Groucho on his 59.year Some of the political pros don't.Some E. Escue was handedan last week was meant to warn 1964" at CollegeIn New officers for the coming Fear TroubleIn Among Items listed on the
show business career-read: of the newspaper edltorl. 85-day sentence In the county Americans to gt out. Lakeland rlday night. year will be elected at Tues. agenda Is the reappointment of
"Boy singer wanted for star als don't. But that's the way it jail hy Circuit Judge Lynn No culprits have been found. She was chosen In a secret day's meeting, Hatnlln pointedout Brazil Over instructional personnel for liMo
vaudeville act. Room, "board, $4 was getting him to run for gov. Gerald at the monthly"arraign- French bmbassy officials say poll of the student body and and urged that all Society 83 school term.
week. Apply In person. ernor In 1962 and even to run ment day" proceeding Friday more attacks arc |Hslble by was one of the nine candidates members make It a point to at. About 200 teachers are presen.lly .
for Congress before that." at the courthouse. angry Freuchnum.Rumor ) selected on the basis of per- tend the session and participate Land Measure employed by the county hoard
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) Schwelker and Scranton came morning s allctfng American tonality, scholarship and cam. In the election Two changesIn
Terrorist bombs exploded In to Congress together in 1960. Escue was convicted of hacking( 4u, a 11)cmt/ abortive pus leadership. the Society's By.Laws also RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil
scattered Colombian cities Fri. Schweiker played a key role In breaking and entering Po lard's C''IP' against P"I''ld" nt Leon The poll wu one of the fea- will be voted on. (AP)-Brazilians anticipated s
day night but caused little or no engineering Scranton's race 'for Gulf station at Cai nest iwn last Ml ,i i> tv" ,';I iv..n rise to the ten. tures Of the :-rr-H) 1" Tth Dr. Tebeau Is currently etigag.a : possible flerece reaction Satur. RENEW TOUR c
damage. No one was killed. governor In 1962. Christmas Day cm lpatuon' kiuii among Oitbon's 6,000 annual Founders Week >l In writing a history of Flo. day to a controversial land T* DRIVE'S LICENSE !
Police said the bombs ap. The result was a big victoryfor Robert ). crosier, earlier French residents program rids, and he advised Hamlin that form decree expropriating land DURING YOUR 4'
peared to be noisemakers Intend. Scranton pleaded guilt) to a similar Mans Fret,t uu" ,i n t I har> {o that Miss Edd; U a member he win use portions of the ma. for hundreds of thousands of BIRTH MONTH
ed to attract attention charge and was sentenced. the {'lIltedlltI'S; : .want l tt+ up. of \ Iphs[ r1;lil t on) ega sorority tonal f t.f" be Ii,' furled In that landless peasants l
Judge Gerald ordered a pro- !set Fian, ':a ta ; sd p' silt n in book li, tilt.: address: hero.

Victims Wait For Flood case sentence of Jerome investigation!Mordlca In, wh the) Gabon Special Chamber Meeting

I entered a guilt pita "
breaking and entering, M if- I

To Recede U.S. To HelpLOUISVILLE dlca Is 19 years old.

; raised Bond from for Helen ll.SOO G t"ree'l> 51,75 was, Scheduled For April 9th

Ky. (AP) evacuation earlier, had 99-per by the judge. She w Flood victims along the Ohio cent damage, In varying degree, ed with hit and run, hit I I Directors of the Greater Nap. nual Chamber membership meet
River and Its tributaries-most official estimated. Most of additionalehargeofassault -1'II':' Us Chamber of Commerce have Ing, which will be In late May.
of them now waiting for the water Main Street was under 4 to 8 intent f> commit mur'er wi. called for a general membership In other business Thursday,
to ro down-had personal feet of waler.Downriver lodged against her I rlda, special meeting on April 9 to directors approved the "fair
assurance from President John. Lewlsport was re. assistant state's 3rt'I, i t' consider ideas and suggestionsfor share" dues system, for mem
son today that aid would be ported entirely underwater. The the coming year's activities here, which has been understudyfor
sped to them. town's population of nearly 700 George Vega Setting of this meeting was one several months. Members'
He flew over the area and saw fled to homes of relatives and Arralgnn enr of the defen'awas of the items of business dls. shares are determined privatelyusing
what they had lived with for al. friends on high ground postponed at the i (''ju.r ua' cussed at Thursday's Chamber such factors u square)
most a week-isolated towns, Owensboro, Ky., 16 miles far of her law.ei. She way ,11 I Ira I'.1; board meeting, which lasted all footage of business space, num.
submerged homes and roads ther downstream, awaited a Informed 01'I I e< postpone: e't, I till i .H.nen. morning. The board set the April ben of employees, etc.
and other devastation from the rest of 49.5 feet Sunday. The and was present In the cLrt, # 9 membership meeting upon urg. Directors approved a resclu.
third worst flooding In this cen. city Itself had little trouble but room I riday.> .-- I _. _, ,11N1 '''hr, Irg of Mrs Dor Is Reynolds, tlon commending county school
tury. several hundred persons In the Bond was set at $I.'i''If, I Frank Kerrigan, and Joel Kuper. officials and Naples High School's
As Johnson made his flight area had to evacuate Willie riyje .>11IPJOI.: a ... r- berg. They were reported to have administration and faculty for
Friday, the river was receding Evansville, the largest Indl. man charged with ',j\d'e' raised several Ideas and sugges. their Interest and cooperationIn
at Louisville and upstream. But ana city on the Ohio, moved 300 agx lions of action the board might the Chamber.sponsored .u!'.
Its crest had yet to pass west. ots Into the downtown Coliseumto assault. She entered j .'c.J, take to make the Chamber more vcy course reviewing the AjnerU
ern Kentucky and southern por. await evacuees expected be. of not guilt; a id request responsive to membership Inter. can business system. The course
dons of Indiana and Illinois. tore Sunday's crest. A flood services of :nihlic a ," e. u... was presented to seniors by \In.
It already has left 11 dead, wall: was expected to protect John Emerson. This open meeting" will replacethe structors Clayton BlggCarl Horf
more than $50 million In dam. most of the city Emerson requester{ ; d ;> .r- former method of determln. mann, Powell, and John Smith,
ages and, by Red Cross estl. Paducah, Ky., the last big city ponement of the arraign", e r _i I rtI ing membership program Inter. who also were commended In the
downriver also has a flood "will. -- --- .e1 eats by questionnaire.. At the board's resolution.
mates, 110,000 persons affected. of George Hawkins, chargedwith -'-- -
Louisville relaxed u Its flood The Ohio Joins the MUiUslppl second-degree murder. NEW LOOK AT MATH was the themeof explaining the program to the parents. April gathering, winners In the Directors also commended the
wall withstood a crest of 46.% at Cairo, El. Two cases were dropped on the d, conducted Shown above left to right Mrs. annual election of board mem. County Commission for taklngthe
panel
) iCinnon by are, beach.
In acquiring a
Ine5t Virginia Wheel* bers are expected to be annoWlCoedPr"ldent first step
feet, 18.% feet above flood stage, 'the Involved -
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but hundreds of residents( out. residents cleaned up sodden de. motion by Vega : l a yro ,f ,jf I Irib.| Park teachers at the Helen Hanna, Mist Kathryn Derbage, George Powell said front tract between Vanderbilt
Thomas forged
side the city had flooded homes.Little brls. No major flooding was re. John < ttc''e.., monthHA! mewnng Thursday night Mrs. Prudence Hultzen Terry We d, Ballots are to be mailed toCham. Beach and Wiggins Pass; and lent ,
with CpeJKli .ore endorsement to
ported In Dlinols although ber members March 24. the Chamber's
West Point Ky. with high on
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some 100 people left Uthe2)00. water in the southern sectf&n Mulllns, charged with violatingthe Here they look over some of the materials Mrs. Rowena Lorenfzson, Mrs. Freda An outstanding speaker Is ex. the current Collier County Lib.

population town after mass drove out a few families child-molesting law which, were on exhibit prior to Luff. (NEWS photo) peeled to keynote the regular an. rary fund-raising campaign.J .


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