The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Collier County news
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Senate Rules Committee I
qulzsed star witness Don B. '

Reynolds again In a closed Northern States
; meeting today before opening
public hearings In the Bobby
Baker case
Also attending the executive
session was Sen. John J. Wll. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS whipped the lowland sections of

k a llama, R-Del., whose charge Rerord-shatterlng cold piercedthe the Northwest and widespread
that $25,000 was tunneled from Southland today u arctic snow ell from the northern
I' Reynolds through Baker to the I' air held fait In the atttM east Rockies east to New England
Kennedy-Johnson campaign In 1 _; ol the Rockl.., A warming trend la promised
t RUBY LiND 1960 kicked off the latest roundof The mercury plunged to 3) dI. for Florida tomorrow, although
Recreation Center the probe 1 1 ghee at the Tampa, Fla., tlr. frost warnings are predicted for
"Continued good health for port breaking the previous rec. the northern part of the state

my whole family." } a ord low for Dec, I of 34 set In Temperatures In Naples area .
UNITED NATIONS N.YAP 1937. may hit the 40s again tonight,
( ) Secretary-General V Other record minimum for but should hit the mid 70s to.
Thant today called In represent the date were reported at three morrow.
atlves of the four big power capital Columbui, Ohio, with t
F' and other key delegations In an : 1 degrees. Nashville, Tenn.,
effort to head off a U.S.-Soviet with 1T| and Raleigh, N.C with United Fund )
confrontation on U.N. finances 15.
the General Assembly Morning low readings were II Drive At 91%

Thant's move came amid re below at Pellaton, Mich., and T .
ports thai the Inaugural sessionof below at Marquette County Air. Still Open J

the Station assembly might port, MI h. At the same time It Greater Naples United Fund
either be postponed temporar. was -tl at Key West Fla.
workers this
meeting morning,
sly or adjourned quickly after Scattered snow In the New
were told by Chairman C. J.
its scheduled opening at 3 pan. York State left five Inches on
Copley the l 1964 UF campaign will
Behind the scenes dlplo. the ground at Rochester, three
come very close to realising the
matte activity was Intense as the at Syracuse, one at Buffalo and 170,118 goal

opening hour approached with In many parts of the Adlron. Aoul 166,000, or M per cent I
out a solution of the deadlock decks Temperatures ranted
of the hoped-fur figure, was re.
which created one of the from 3 above at Boonvllle In .
ported at 11 a m today Ac
gravest dimes ever faced by the the western Adirondack foothills live solicitation of funds closed
world organisation. to SI In New York City 1
Monday and It war decided not
Florida farmers and
citrus !
to extend the campaign.
growers welcomed a cold wave Instead, it appeared contrlbu.tlons .
BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) today that drove temperaturesbelow
still outstanding, but not \
Seven brothers and sisters per. or near freetlnc In the
reported would be sufficient to
Ished today In a fire which de. northern and central sections of
push the United Fund total to the i
TOMMY PROVE NZANO strayed their East Baltimore A DAZZLING REDHEAD, Katrine Caitwriirht of Naples was named! the state. The cold, dry air foal During the rest of this ,
home. to
helped firm and
Naples Floor Coverings Police arrested the husband Coronation Queen at the Shriner's! nail which took plane< at the lleiuh antes, tangerines sweeten and rape.or. week, Cupley said, fund workers t.
Club on Saturday evening Mna Cart\viitht is shown here accepting Will "pick up the loose ends,"
"Happiness for everyone. of the family about five hours ( fruit and to overcome fungusand
later and obtained a warrant her prize of a $100 Savings Band from Tallie Ellis, who with his wife, Insect problems that de. still lathering envelopes and pledges

charging him with arson In con. Chris, nerved as cochairman in co-oidiiiatlni the event. Mayor Archie vetoped during one of the warm. outstanding.Three of the sis divisions ex.

nectlon with the fire. Turner look on loft. Miss Cartwright has now been named to represent est Novembers on record elided 100 per cent, It was announced .
Police said the husband Ken. Naples Shrmers nt a beauty content in Tampa on December 26th. There was t hard fraeee over this morning They were
neth A. Smith S8.year.old truck. for the b< Hi'flt( of the Shriner's work with crippled children the entire state of North Caro. residential 114 per cent.
driver was booked for Investigation lint. Mt. Mitchell, the highest
McGrath )
( photo
of arson after he was are point east of the Ulsslsslppl
rested at a bar. River, recorded I decrees be.
Court records showed thatSmith's low. aero with ahtoA lU' for wa
ware Marian; had Plans'for : Key Items On of snow on the round. Wit.mlntton Shot. I Circuit t
sworn out a warrant last week County Pushing in North Carolina's

charging him with assault by The For southeastern corner on the Blamed For Fire
threatening. Agenda ocean, had a low of IS, j
Police said they found a gases ti; South Carolina there were '
line can In the house, and were Needed ClassroomsPlans Naples CouncilThree freetlng temperature over At Shady Lane
told by a 15year.old survivor moat of the stata.Caears lined
that he had been pushed back reported 10 above and Myrtle
A short circuit In the
Into the burning house as he for II matters thai will bear Beach had wiring
new classrooms, to be financed by a local loan, 25.
of an electrical receptacle the
heavily on Naples' future
\ will
tried to escape. The boy es. a library, and a band building, and received board approval. Rain and strong winds
the attention of Shady Lane shade shop at 403
caped from another exit. top priority Items among needed occupy City
school faculties, are expected to The board at the same meeting Council at Wednesday morning's Fifth Avenue, South, about 10
1. be on the architect' drawing accepted a bid of $400,000 plus meeting at City Hall o'clock Monday morning was
WASHINGTON (AP) Sea board within 10 days, County to build a new elementary schoolIn The agenda calls for Council: Your Driver'sLicense blamed by Fire Chief f'.T. Riiwr
rotary of Labor W, WWard Superintendent of Schools W.rji, Immokslee. to establish. priority and proce 'for the blaze which destroyed the \

Wlrtx tried again today to nar. Reynolds, announced today Reynolds also advised the dures tor acquisition of land for Vital contents of the shop.A .
off.slreet in the down.
parking ,
row the difference between said board that a band room and buckled floor and ottter evident
Reynolds arrangementshave town area The off-street park. 4
and the
three shop craft unions
JERRY FYICEIerry's railroad Industry a difference been made with the First equipment far Bethune High leg committee made recom.mendatlons Advises JudgeA of the vicinity of die receptacle 1
Cleaners"A Use National Bank and the Bank of School should be given a top along this line to led River to this ton'clulon.
that he says amounts to school
round of golf like the one than 10 rents an hour on a pro. Naples for a $270,000 loan, dl. priority during the 19(8.86 Council recently, but the com. driver's license"the moil Leo McKeims, proprietor
shot by Tommy Weeks." posed three-year contract. vldud equally between the two year. mlttee report for the moet part Important piece of paper yog will of the shop, saw the smouldering
If the talks fall, the threat of a Instutlons to finance construe has not been acted upon. ever have" Judy Richard ... fire when he came) out of
nationwide rail strike will loom tlon of the needed faclllt..... The City Manager Vlnce Wood will Stanley loin;;{ three fount traffic the back room and went next
large once again There Is M loan to be paid over a four-year New TV Feature report on I pl/lllbiliand asqulsU violators Monday In Juvenile door to the D W Hardwire

such threat pressing at the mo. period was obtained at an Interest flan program in the proposed Court. for a chemical' fire extinguisher. :
rate of 1 /4 per cent, Reynolds Fleischmann Park area. The He suspended for 30 days the
mint! for the unions last week Added To NEWSWith When he applied the chern- j
said matter has been dormant since
driving prlvllecee of two teen.
.k, postponed the strike deadline teals, he Stated! "It seemed to
r of the NEWS the City offered to trade one at aters A I9.yearold boy, on t
pending the outcome of Wlrti The board resolution to incur today's explode Into flame i," 1118 flames
a feature Is added Its vacant blocks for two of Julius learner's permit drove at night
efforts. the Indebtedness hat been sent I new dally s
then quickly spread to the silk
Flelaotimann's' some time and without I licensed driver
to Tallahassee for study, and television log of the TV programs -
earlier. Wood is expected to secompanylnf him Those two and parchment shades.
Reynolds experts a routine sp.provsl scheduled: on the three
NEWS Without by the end of this week. Miami nations! and the Fort My recommend s program, with violations cost the boy Ma license Fixtures and Inventory In the
appropriate financing, that may for a month store were declared a tots) lots
The special school expansion ers station which are carried answer Maples' park needs A I6.yter.old girl exceeded the. and went estimated, to be valued
Wire, PhonesThe program. Tntu needed by Sep. over cable lines of the Gulf Council will nnstder a report speed limit and failed to yield at $4,000. Damage of|3OOOwMestimated
sit ember Include six Coast TeUvUlonCo.lnthUsrea. on NapUs' possible sources cautlnf an accident She also te the building Itself
NEWS again was without classrooms at Naples Senior High The feature will be found on of raw water to neet the needs was "(rounded" fur 30 daysA Smoke
damage wit also reported -
telephone or teletype service for School, four at Shadowlawn De. page 6 of today's NEWS. rf future growth The report I6.year>nld boy who exceeded at the 0 end W Hardwire -
several hours this morning because mentary and one at Carver has been ekmpll** by the V.) I. the lawful speed was given twarnln
Park Elementary: will get a new Geological Survey and engineers (. store next door.
moisture seeped! into and conditioned and Ira.mokalee (See pictures on S)
library, Weather Outlook Crow and EMsneas The Judge thwarted a ll>yesr. rsge ,
.t shorted an exposed cable lying High School will be pro. Drilling of teal welts will he old (Irl'a divorce and rtmar. I

I on the ground along ElfhthStreet Tided with an air ondltloned band Fair I tiro.|h .mnlgM. Con.finned recommended to locate future rUfe plans by com mitt ln( her to Ij j
South which serves the Crayton room. Carver and Lake Park are old lMlM .Ilk low. well fields l" the north and east the stats division of child train. set. ,
\ Cove area presently using library areas for of the city.Dlher Inc schools at Ocala. She told
Consequently, many national needed classrooms. mainly Is 'the 10* riript mid Cam II matter, Including the edge she planned to (el a
and International Items plus many Superintendent Reynolds pro. 19. wild rhinrr .f patchy confirmation uf appointmentsto divorce and remarry while her ICrYCOStWANT II

JAMES PETTITJohnson' local stories did not mate this posed the emergency building light frwil )I. r''M>f lurilloM.Tartly Zoning *col Planning Board huatiand was away, "You are i
edition. program to the County School reedy' sad werm.rWedanday and Zoning Haul "( Adjustments, not old enough to be Married In AD I
"Order for enough Painu materialto Inc. Board at last Monday's meeting, appear rather routine the first place," be rllSl1led.

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SANTA CAME TO TOWN 'last night but .tit asrtr '_ .r < hnltrr t aa ",crr First Mrthoditt youth choir slnjflriK' carols, Santa arrival about gut t> It;

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Nipl.i Fit. Tutd r Dec_.... I I. "1964 highway early In the year. Apparently "i ..rt'"I \ Kiwanis Club
the object was to let < 1J
Plans Cook-Out
contracts before all court proceedings -
for rtahts-of-way had Next Saturday
been completed,in order to speed
County Business construction of the controversial J; The Kiwanis Club will hold a"Cookoat"
toll road. '-ai ,, on the beach near
e Doctor's Pass Saturday even-

Turner acting upon previous I ing starting at 5t30 o'clock.
Barriers In the form of con It was noted that costs paid Instructions, reported fill for Wives and guests of Kiwaniswill
crete posts wil be wt up to from secondary road funds allotted the site of the future Highway ; be eorartained, Rae Hen-
keep vehicles off the beach In each distrlot would deplete Patrol station and welcome station i drix, chairman of the event!' ,
the VanderbUt Beach tret. It funds In that district. Wes at Camestown could be acquired announced.

wil be a joint effort. Including Downing presently representsthe at 16.6 cents per cubic I .ri Klwanlans and wives from
the State Road Department the district In question, and he yard. About 10,000 cubic yards Cape Coral will also attend the
Collier Corporation and Vander- suggested action should be delayed will be needed. He was authorIzed beach party he said
blit Beach Estates until B.M. Sentell, oomseionerelect to proceed with the projeu. Meeting at Baronl's last night
The County Commission passed from that district the Klwanlans "crossed Atlantic
a resolution at this morn- be seated on the board. Commissioners raised no objections asatiw Ocean" In a 22 foot boat
Ing's session requesting the SRD e e Girl two 50
to a request by powered by horsepower
10 erect the barriers along the The Commission will decide Scout and Boy Scout troops !ln( outboard motors. It was via a
rij'ht-of-way} of the highway lead- at next week's meeting whether clean out the Pine Ridge Ceme- colored movie produced by Solana
f In'i di ectly to the beach. The to employ a county planner at tery and restore monument I Studio a movie of three
i "i lei and Vanderbilt Beach Interests the meeting, or delay action as However It was noted the Commission men crossing the Atlantic: ,start
agreed to cooperate by has been requested by the Florida had notuthorltytogrant ing at Copenhagen and arriving
erecting conforming barriers. Development Commission. permission and that Dan Nickel v st New York. It was the first
The resolution passed by the applicant presently associatedwith previously had made a slmllat crossing of the ocean In a small
Commission was at the request the FDC appears to be well request craft powered by outboard motors
01 the SRD. qualified for the position but .

will ask I salary higher than Argentina, Paraguay and Bob Hartnett was chosen luc
Commissioners discussed a the $10,500 donated by Lester Spain require that their. chiefof I ky Klwanlan.
request by the Geological Sur- Norris for that purpose. state be a Roman Catholic .c ".
vey group asking permission to The FDC has advlsedtheCom- u _
sink test wells along rights-of- mission on advertising suitable NEW DINING ROOM at Port Royal Beach Club
way In the Pine Ridge area The magazines and that additional was christened Thursday Thanksiriunir Daywith ,
wells will be used for observation applicants can be expected. Presently the Regency-styled loom filled to capacity r h
and testing of the water level only two applications have her
and there Is to be no pumping been received. I
The Commission has previously seeRepresentatives

granted similar requests and of the Federal ;: IIi
routinely approved the one be- Aviation Agency the superintendent ..f"K.N
tore the board this morning. of the Everglades National
Park representatives of the f. Port Royal's New ..:

Action on a request by the Everglades Chamber of Commerce 4 IfJ
Shadowiawn Elementary!: School and members of the Pon .
P.T.O. for about 6,800 feet of Authority Advisory Board will
sidewalk In East delayed Room Gets .;
Naples was meet with the County Commission Dining
for further study. Com- next week to study feasibility -
missioners agreed sidewalks for of the Commission sponsorIng -
safety and convenience of child- the Everglades Airport.The .
ren attending Shtdowlawn were a meeting Is scheduled for .r Royal ReceptionOne
necessity but how to pay for December 8, at 130 pjn. It will A'i
them and who should pay, delayed be an agenda item st the regular h

the action.Commissioners. meeting of the board, N tt

discussed the County Engineer HarmonTurner of the largest and most glittering of the panics cow i
possibility of forming a "side- reported on a recent meetIng open the holiday whirl In Naples occurred on Thanksgiving -
walk district" which will enable In Fort Lauderdale which evening when members and guests of the Port Royal )
the board to assess property State Road Board Member John Beach Club gathered for cocktails and dinner to celebratethe
owners for I portion of the cost, A. Monahan opening of the club for the season, and most particularly
was given a testimonial -
on the basis a sidewalk Increases and to enjoy the sparkling new addition which Includes a
the value of the property. dinner "AlligatorAlley" spacious dining room Urge enough to accommodate 250.:
was the focal point for
The decor which Is the work of Mildred Hull who also
--- numerous jokes.
Monahan was with did Huntington Hartford's paradise Beach Hotel In Nassau
YOU'RE a squealing live pig an alligator gleams softly In muted greens and beige and points up ;:
IN by an Individual dressed as t many fine Chinese objets d'trt. Elaborate crystal chandeliers -
GOODHANDS an Indian and finally a 20-gauge provide Illumination for the evening hours, as do !

WITH I highway shotgun to after kill completion.alligators on the :i1- during the great the windows day. with their breathtaking view of the Gulf 1

On the serious side theGovernor Mrs. Hull as well as her daughter and son-ln-ltw, Mr.
suggested that the County _.. and Mrs Walter Etllng of Coral Gables, were among the
who attended the opening.
attempt to move up the date for many
the condemnation court action. Under the management of Michel F. Plerret and Chef
l.mor CRAIQKl Aeet The first hearings are set for Joseph Tranchon the club which was completed In 1959: :

Afint December 18. Turner said Investigations STROLLING AROUND the lush new dining loom has ites.become t favorite gathering place for Naples social

ALLSTATEINSURANCE and proved advertising at Port Royal IJeach Club me Mr and Mrs. Stuart AMONG PROMINENT /guests at Port Royal
legal will not
steps Smith. (McGrath photo) season opener were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fitkin.
permit I earlier
hearing at an .
McGiath )
date, $ eI',4 ( : photo
at SEARS NAPLES Turner then revealed, at the RENEW rOURDRIVeR'

Allititt .bv Intunne Sian,. Ro.buck CompunlMfounded (nil request of the Governor, that $ LlCCNSE L
Co, with Independent .u.ts *noImbllitim steps be taken to let additional '

Home .Office, Skokie III. contracts on the cross-state BIRTH DURING MONTH rOUR I't\ Germany Wants To Be Paid

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*if For Lowerina Wheat Price

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SUBSCRIBE NOW BRUSSELS Belgium AP made plain they considered the
West Germany offered today to cost of such an arrangementwould
lower Its wheat price from $3.20 be prohibitive.
Schwarz and the West German -
to t.99 a bushel ttttctlve in
economic minister, Kurt
ic July 1987, U the Lfommon Mar. !
Schmuecker, made their pro.
tit will West German !
-<< pay posal at a meeting of the for.
tanners $525 million over a

icic To I !:::; :JirM-year for their period losses.to compensate elgn the and six agriculture nations -ministersof France,

Italy, Belgium the Netherlands,
Reaction was cool at a meet.
icic 4, Luxembourg and West Germa
me of the slfenatlon bloc, which '
:4. a L s trying to standardize grain ny.
They agreed to hold a full-
ic ideas and farm policies
*: i among dress debate on grain prices on
lit members. But Agriculture

tflnlstcr'ranee Issue which, Edgar said has"WI been Pisani now forcinghe can of '!to Dec.Franc pull 14.out threatened of the market last unless monlh

i t Jfoow iic tart the discussions." W.st Germany aligned Its grain

bt oli i r o iJ i* L;_ man The government otter by the, whose Wilt Ger.sub. !prices Failure with to agree the other on grain partners.prices

AMONG THE 300 who attended fashionable opening of Port Royal sidlzed grain prices are the Is blocking formulation of a

Ueach Club dining room were many from distant places. In the photo highest among the six, fall con. market agricultural policy
J 4. Mr and Mrs. Robert Ayres of Port Royal are shown with their grand. slderably short of meeting the
*J sons, John and Robert, of Mexico City, now attending Admiral Farragut terms of a suggestion by the
J 4. Academy. St. Petersburg (McGrath photo) Common commission.Market's executive Life LookingA

: The Only Way To Stay Abreast of The commission had proposed

a price of $2.91 a bushel, with Bit BrighterTo
1061 Seventh St. S.
was given a
the the )f Five Accidents Diamond compensation to West German
Events in Second Fastest grow- ticket for following another car Pope's farmers on falling scale begin.

)t too closely following a rear-end Ding at $140 million for the first Mrs. Beck
ing County in Floridal! )> Reported Here collision with a car driven by Studded Crown
year.Wtst LU Is beginning to brighten
) Kay Lynn Slbley. IT. of 1212 Germany's agriculture
for Mrs. Dorothy Beck and her
: Michigan. Both cars were going minister Werner Schwart, ;
During Weekend To five children, of 2764 FrandsAvenue
t Brought U.S.
west on Fifth Avenue South at asked for the payment of 1175
To Enter Your .
Subscription East Map!** Mra.Bed.WhOM ,
4Five minor accidents occupiedt I 10t4S o'clock Sunday morning NEW YORK (AP) Pope, million a year for three years. story was first told In
the attention of In a line of traffic. Ministers from other nations
} Naples police: Accordingto
Paul VI has thanked America Friday's NEWS, wu left virtually
PHONE MI 2-2107 I. over the weekend. police, Capenon was lookingoff for 10 years of generosity to the destitute following the conviction
Andrew Green Sr. of Fort to the left and did not notice: poor by sending hm the tare*'. oilier husband In an auto
or Myers, a driver for the Frank the car ahead slowing down in tiered ceremonial tiara he des AMA Medicare accident CSM.Contacted .
l.Romey Construction Co.of MI- time to avoid a collision. Damage Dated to tilt world's poor last i by the NEWS yesterday
ami was given a ticket for fall- was estimated at $25 to month. Stand Debated she told of two generous
Mail Coupon Below To y 4. ingtohavshisvehieleundereontrolfollowing his car while' the Sibley car was Francis Cardinal 6pllmaa baskets of food donated to her
an accident at lltlS undamaged. Cfflcer archbishop of New Tort, dis. family by the auxiliaries of tile
o'clock Saturday morning at the made the Investigation. Downing played the jewa.*tudd.d, gold i In Closed Meet American Legion and the
and silver domed crown at a Veterans of Foreign Wars.
: THE NEWS J La Tour Rlvage on Gulf Short Albert p. Miller River Park fathering Monday of Roman, MIAMI BEACH FU. (AP) Contributions of money which
Catholic clergy- An American Medical AssocU. an UU being received at the
According to Naples police, Apartments, was given a ticket He said the pontiff entrusted I Ion coounttte meets behind NEWS office, bar been for
icit P. 0. Box 1737, Naples }'Ia.it A Green was backing a Rooney by Officer: Downing following an him with the crown Nov U. closed doors today to decide on warded to her, and are being wed
J truck with lumber protruding accident at 12t43 clock Sunday "He wanted to express his (ran| four compromise resolutions on to relieve some of the most pre*.
from It Into the drive at La Tout afternoon for not having a valid tttud for tilt goodness of all the, medicare sing bills.
Gentlemen: *. Rlvage and the lumber went driver's license and for not having people of America," the cardl.Ml The prognosis tor their sorvi. The Naples WUar Assoda*
: i- through the window of acardrtvL his car infer control. said.Vf. val Is poor. tics continues to be la doe touch
catholic relief services, Two of the resolutions cam and although Mrs. Bee has only
en by of the
Please Ralph Bard. Jr.
ic enter my subscription to Bahama Club. According to police Miller haw distributed $U bllllom la from Michigan and one each bn la Naples for fir months
Damage was es- driving welt on First Avenue. food clothing and median Into from CtlUDmU: and the District and is therefore not yd eligiblefor
: THE NEWS tlmated $75 to the Bard car. South biz a parked car belong Ust 10 years, a spokesman l of Colombia. Each attempted to local aid,application been
Officer Edward Downing made trw to Lewis Johnson. 1360 Fifth for the cardinal said provide a new approach to in.l made for Mate welftr funds
rthe Investigation for the police. Avenue North. Damage was estimated The crown will be displayed l surlng medical care lor the eld. and U I* understood they will
it Name ..........................."......................................... I. At 10 o'clock Saturday night, at 1100 to the Johnson oo* at St. Patrick's Cathedral arty or tile Indigent without the begin oon. Tb local Salvation
.. Sgt. DO. Bass checked into an car and st $23 to MUer'a.An : litre. Later tt will be shown at danger of federal Interference Amy mission has also been contacted -
accident on Sixth Lane North. tilt Vatican Pavilion at the U the practice of medicine by NapUe Welfare.
iC Address .................................................................. *\ He found that Joseph P. Mal- Imtrsectlon collision at the World's Pair and then sent on a The tone of UN debate Mon. Mrs. Beck has ba advised -
.K lard 18. of 341 lift Ave.. $.. comer of Galleon Drive and Lantern natlonvtd tour. It 1s to be day to the AMA's commute on of local job>> opportuatttoa

City .. ............................... State h In backing out of a private drtvtY Lane at 1:10 o'clock Mon placed prmaanUy la tile .. legislative and public relations for herself and tilt possibility
: ...................... : on Sixth Lane had backed Into day afternoon resulted In damage Uonal Shrine of the Immaculate affairs seemed to spell a doubt of dally care for her children
Conception in D.C. ful future far the propositions. ka been ct.aeuatd with her by
it .L.. the aide of a car belonging to amounting to $15 to a car Washington The committee law the reeo. tile Welfar Bv...
John E. Nooeun which was parted driven by Helen Tarrlngton. lotions wader advisement today.
it Published Daily Except Mon. & Sat. :' across the street. Damage Eighth St. S., and |30 to a track Th* pawnbroker's symbol) and after study *U1 either re. forwarded Latest vohnury to Mr*. Bck contribution
h was estimated at $23 to the Noo-driven by Virgil McFry, IOCS is said to ban been adapted )let or prosont them to the MEWS offle wrtS au'captilt
... ... DIn car. Mallard's was undamaged. Creeds Rd. No arrests wr from the symbol of the AMA'S Hoos of DelegaUs, the check lane
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No arrests were made.Richard made. Officer Downing mad famous Medici family of prtm legislative body $ cash, John Do.
.1.? G, Capenon. 18, of toe investigation Florence. Italy 4y. $I cash, Jane Dooa.Z .

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FilmsTo COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i. U. .>Ur, l>..****** I, IM 3
2 Sound I >', ( I
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Be Shown I ,'>

Pack Parcels Solidly (

By AudubonTwo ,

; \ colorful sound films will

loft be shown by the Collier County Postmaster Asks
--- Rogers
Audubon Society it their firs ..---- it
winter meeting Tuesday, December > ..--
1 at 8 p.m. at the WOo kt
man's Club. t 1 1--I "I'I"1 "ise puck parcels solidly," dressed on only one side and

Walter Hutchinson, presidentof r >h I tlm i plea of Postmaster J.K. should also have the address writ.
,.. it.get11ie'. ten on the Inside of the packageIn
has announced
the troMp that
.<. members and their guests are In. 11NA 1- hand of the Naples Post case the exterior wrapping
vited to view "Bird Migration"and .... ,. -- ,'ffli, a Iso, reminded his patrons should come off.
"Your Living Heritage"twofilms t m it the use of free "local" Rogers emphasized that ZIP
distributed by the National 1\\ t "ut.of.town" separation Coding the addresses on par.
t 9earne Audubon Society. h i 111- will ',nil' move the malls eels and letters helps Insure
M "Bird Migration" is the In. sae f.'h'l.i TN. hands are available against loss due to improper

troductory story at the routes :It the |>(\'I( ,,(fl, t> or from most addressing Since each area of

taken by migratory birds and In. MtlM 1'II : 1MIS.1 the country has aa Individual
eludes steels of birds in their I tt V lllN\ >| ', Is III* suggested ZIP Code, there is little chanceof
natural habitats, "., i
"Your Uvlng Heritage" film l I' katjps. "Don't worn about the one city being directed to a city
'u ols i hetugtellvendtnoearly' which may have a similar
wttt natural sound effects re. \ I'i : name
corded by Cornell University Jii-t, ; in,,ike -Don't Open Untilrhrtsltn.ts' For example, there are at least

the field encompasses many fa. i i cm the front Mr. 3d possible areas around the
ctl.oIwUdUl'lncludlnelortsts.aIllfator. Rose) s salt country which would have Sprln(.
., underwater animalsand ; A I itiihth l tlifted package, with field In the address Use of the

birds. Some of the speciesnow ttl tog tattling around Inside, proper ZIP Code would send the
threatened with extinction sill have less hame of being mall to the right post office.

-Ml' sash as the whooping crane and c i Hilled' in tr.mslt. lie noted. "We are asking everyone to

the California Condor, are tea. When packing a gift, remember be especially cooperative this
tured. ,. that the package you sent may be holiday season. During the peak
v' \ i f shipped on the bottom of a malls of the 'rush' we expect that
(r' w f i. ,u'k and there may be heavier seven billion pieces of malt will

I I pai..kiges on top Among the relatlvth flow through the system and It
fctudlo Curtis Smallwood
Mrs. few package that are look at If II billion pieces will
Stephen Allen Shepard
t1, Participates In ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BA7AAR mp"'I'' I.t tiSt Ann!t ( ;tuild.i, sitV damaged in transit, Improper be delivered during the entire

for Saturday, December: 5, "ill f"lt\\I"\\ .1 I \' i it. El'' 'phanr booth Shun l>ai'king Is the greatest factor," month of December, That's quitea

Flying Tackle'Army looking (OUT some of the iti ins that u h. ''I+i sah HI< Mis :Mt'iluin the postmaster cautioned.Just bit ol ma.U." the postmastersaid.

r Campen Shepard and her) daughter, Mrs BothVhitt 'l'Ilr l b.I/\al'> i \ ill l he hold in (tlu' to be on the safe side, .
PFC Curtis J. Small. the postmaster suggests that all
wood, whose wife, Glenda and school lunchroom from in nm to ::1? I p 1'1 Mi !*, Allan Dplantl chan- packages tie Insured. n Star

parents Mr, and Mrs. TheodoreG. man of the bazaar, told the cameraman, There'l) bi something to

The marriage of Miss Carol Naples. Miss Jones wore a Smallwood Uv.ln Everglades interest everyone." ( NEWS photo) FOUL-UPS Meets ThursdayThe

Susan Campen to Stephen Allen burnt chiffon and ._. He noted that
orange gown Fla., and other numbers of the --- -" Door eackaclni regular meeting of

Shepard took place Saturday carried yellow carnations; Miss 7th Infantry Division participated Dillnrd Larson At and addressee which are either Cypress Chapter 23t, Order of
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Davis wore deep yellow chiffon, in Exercise FLYING TACKLE a Incorrect or not legible are Eastern Star, will be held on

First Presbyterian Church on and carried burnt orange: carnations four-day field training exercise Once Upon A Time Southern Illinois responsible: for t the nondelivery Thursday December I, at the
Sixth Street, South Naples. held In Korea, which ended Nov of about half a million parrels Masonic Temple In Pine Ridge
20. Dlllard A. Larson 1311 Fifth each year tithe return addressIs
The bride Is the 8
daughterof Ralph Dodge of Miami was at p.m.htr .
Smallwood a mechanic In Street, South, Naples is one incorrect or Illegible and the
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. best
man. TheusherswereRoy Headquarters and Service Bat. of the out.of.sUte students at package cannot be returned It
Campen of 180 Third Avenue L. Ingram and Paul Gomes tery, 1st Battalion of the dlvl. Southern Illinois University, will he saved for BO days If \ link. pow' friends to a
North and Mr. Shepard Is the both of Naples. s ion's 79th Artillery, received SheToo WantedTo Carbondale, III whose enroll unclaimed, the parcel Is usually 'illlllhl.t nifthl hum and bean
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred She- Miss Campen attended Mon extensive training In defensive merit Includes students from 4$ lost to the sender or Intended ippor' Kith this KMiiblnstlon

pard of 291 Hawser Lane. The tana State University In Missoula maneuvers against aggressive at. states, the District ol Columbia 1 recipient Sw'h parcels wind up 'I" \ -qua"l of torn bread a*

Moorings.The Mont. Mr. Shepard attended tacking forces under simulated and 7) foreign nations, Alaska in public auctions held at I r> ,. ..I'luium- from tilt usual' teamed
Reverend John Stump, the University of Maryland combat conditions.The and Utah are the only states major post offices across the I i ,"n h1 cad. fruit, cookies and

pastor of the First Presbyter. In College Park, Md. 23.year ld soldier en. Be A Singer not represented Missouri leads nation I", 'i I ,ip" andy will make an easy

Ian Church officiated at the Out-of-town guests were tered the Army in November 1693 the out.of-Mate registrant< Allat i < ol II !thould be ad. I" 'II

double-ring ceremony. There present from St. Petersburgand and completed basic combat
training at Fort Jackson S.C. ByCHARLOTTEDURNO next town during the fourth grade.
was a reception at The Moorings Miami and also from Washington -
He is a 1860 graduate of Ever!: Even though there were pro
Country Club. D.c. The bride's mo glades High School. I was listening totheboysprac. bably 20 In my class I was called
Mr. Campen gave his daughter ther wore an eggshell velve- tlcing their songs for the Christ on to sing "Old Shep" every A YEAR TO REMEMBER-
mas the other and
In marriage. She wore a teen suit with turquoise acces- program day week. (Now don't laugh, It could
brought to mind
my my own
gown of white satin embellished sories. She wore a corsage PresbyterianChurch musical have happened to you I) As a
as a
with appliques of alencon of pale yellow orchids. The ster. young, matter.oi.fact, that's the only
lace and seed Her mother chose Women I remember singing at that
pearls. groom's a cocoa I remember song
can: one time when
short veil fell from a lace cap peau de sole sheath with chan Plan MeetingMembers I was In the second grade was time. Maybe It's the only oneI A BOOK TO TREASURE !
and she carried a bouquet of tllly lace Jacket and pale yellow given the words to a song, some knew. I didn't limit my sing.
of the log )Just to school .
white orchids, tube roses and orchids.On Women's As. thing about George Washington programs.No
frenched white carnations. their return from a tripto sociation of the First Presby. cutting down the cherry tree. sirreeel I sang In the hallf
terlan Church of Naples will during PE and lunch hours Ac
the The song was to be the
Jamaica couple will re* sung
to brothers and sis.
hold cording
their December meeting at my
next day for all eight grades.I .
Naples. t o'clock tomorrow afternoon In t.fI. I never knew when to keep
really don't know 1
why 11'11cho..n
William L. Lafferty, Spencer Hall. my mouth shut Btlll dun't.

of Flshklll, N.Y., sister of the The program will consist of a better, except than that the my other memorywas two My family was never Imprea JAN' t'tlt

bride, was matron of honor. LuxemLeo reading of "Mary and His Seven second graders. 1 took the led, by my singing. I suppose

She wore a dress of moss F. Luxem 69, died at his Birthdays' by Mrs Candler A. song home and memorized every because everyone In our family .
green chiffon 'and carried a home at 614 Bowline Drive Sun Brooks. Devotions wlU be led .word._' jTbue.ny popularity. lit'". Daddy was the song. w
cascade bouquet of burnt orange day night. by Mrs S.C. Ojtourn. Membersof singer began. Why Hollywood leader In our church the boys
the Honor Circle will be hos. played guitars and tikes and the
and yellow carnations.Theother has passed me all this Urns
A native of St. Minn.
Paul ,
attendants were Miss teases for the affair. Association I don't understand.We girls played the old organ-you
he had moved to Naples about the kind with
members you pump
have been asked
held all d school
of our big
Jones, Washington, five Before his toot. the .
ago. retirement your During evenings
years bring Christmas gifts for the ml. "
that Is all would.
programs that
( ,
and Miss Ann of
D.c.. Davis
he had served with the grant children Collier County nl fit In the two-room school we all sang around the open fire
Soo Railroad for 60yearsLuxem and Daddy would tell us stories
house) at the grange hall Always
-:" e i w M tun' was a Navy veteran of World Forrest Weeks present would bathe Plewellings, about bears and then we'd allkneel
; t.g :) ,0 j'it War I I.Besides I. the Holmes', the Woodruffs, the around Mom and Daddy'sbed
his wife, Mrs. Ply Finishes Recruit Crawfords, and the Perkins'. and was pray.I used to a large audl. 1
llis Luxem he Is survived by And, o f course, our family, the
ence and with a family like ours
three daughters M rs.Joan Marcus Training CourseSAN largest then there was no room for a big

of San Franclscoi Miss JanIce DIEGO, CALIF.FHTNC) headl So I continued to sing alone
Yahnke of Orlando and Mrs. .. Seaman Recruit Forrest L ALMOST DID ITI until the seventh grade when I
at mock wed
Sandra Green of Louisville Tex. Weeks, USN, son of Mrs. D.H. ding' sang In the ball. My Joined a group of girls that could

A funeral mass will be saidat Weeks of Everglades, Fla,, was boyfriend Tommy grange Kllpatrlck (or line better than L Under the

9 o'clock tomorrow morningIn graduated November 11, from was It Timmy) was the groom direction U one of the girl's

St. Am's Catholic Church by recruit training at the NavalTraining I didn't like that Idea, but the mothers we "became known as

Father Bernard hickey Pall' Center, San Diego teacher told me that the bride "n.llnrtrs. "MakeBelieve"and
"Bluebird Of Happiness"were
bearers will be Lawrence B. CatsHe does not sing at her wedding andI
learned basic military law, sung often. Sounds prettysquare
Miter Peter Fslrwell Paul was the only singer they had.
customs and etiquette, seaman DOW, doesnt UT
I'll Just tell ya, my career almost -
Blnbrtdge John Marlowe. Waiter ship and a basic knowledge! of ended there we sang together on through
Donovan, and Man In Lynch. shipboard routine. right high school by then I had de. .
Friends may call at the Rich- Also Included In the trainingwas The next number I sang la the tided not to be a singer but B9tt.Vt .

ard A. Pittman Funeral Home extensive military drill, grange was about Betsy Ross. I rather writer. "
can still make the best
from to 9 o'clocktonlghtwhere first aid, swimming water sur. paper
stars In town. Of
a Rosary service will be said at viral tactics, and physical fit. courses the \ a
I realize
there wasn't much com. You may nO' use all water
7:30 o'clock.Interment. net petition at the time. However chestnuts In s can In s partiewUidi
He will be granted a 14-day
will be In Arlington leave before reporting to his my reputation u a singer follow. ; |In this ease sever the re'
National Cemetery. ed me from Littleton
new duty station or a service grammarschool meintng eheaiiwts with mid
school when we moved to the tan, cover end refrigerate


Robert M. Bell' 79, died Sat- ,

": urday at his home In Bonita :
11" Spruigi. '
,, :< /
I" """' .io. 1 4 He was a native of Sparta

Md., and was a veteran of World
photograph original In color r e
survived by a niece,
of Maria Dolores Molter young ,,M
Mrs. Josephine Greler of Bon is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Molter, Pine Ridge, won a Kodak ita Springs, and a nephew Robert -

Instamatlc400 outfit In the "Pic. Hodge of Raraoul, 111. .
hire Yourself In Florida Contest" Funeral services will be heldat 1\e: the world forenvisi newt gathering agency, The An ocseJ! Frets, 'lacoojxriflofl
conducted: by the Florida De. 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoonIn : A
with this and other member nw'psrri, derided to publish a memo
-elopment Commission accord. the Bonlta Springs Cemeterywith
Inc to word received this week the Rev Len R. Spots, sble book of the year, it wanted to put out mot than M another newt annual

from Roger Slake, eieeutlve director pastor of the Bonlta springs Bap or ilmsnsc.

of the commission. list Church officiating. Friends So i it siiigned to the task the team ol Handing writers thai mode an all lime

may call from 7 to 9 o'clock IhiT of the ,d>,
the Kennedy
AAAftflAflAflNUUUAflfWuHeadquarters best teller of The Torch It Pitted story irag
tonight at the Richard A. Plrt-
for The results were foreseeable s *..u me that opium the excitement. end
man Funeral Home In Naples,
S. S. PIERCE immediacy! of s great hews yen and that relates 'it coins American mrwtpaptr reader

School MenusThe h', a lure bt si s (llector' t ium-something you won'i want 10 miM-and si a wild

menu at Naples Junior : \ 4.1L14'IN reference book for student or g fnlral fester

High School: for the remainder
/Jt of tilt wttta MAIL THIS TODAY!

.. WednIw fiarbecwtd efelck.en : COUPON _.
GifT nasned potatoes, peas, leu --- .

lea salad bread>> and butter ( FESTIVE MOCiD leeA, THE WORLD 7N-1964
PACKAGES orange, _WI. : and Mai',an Johnston as they entertained"
nvtda-namburters. green fi :
beans, potato sticks, omoo Join.! i
slices, pieties, chocolate take.. (NEWS photo) BOX 66, POUOHKKPSII, N. Y.

.Ilk.Friday-FUo squares, task SPECIALS Incleted li S__ '., -_ ceplei.le $$3 V d
puppies, potato tea, l rtp Carson Bomars PfRMANINT
bread and butter tee .arsntee4< ..e) 'The World) In I.*.' hell let
r greens
cream, milk. Have Baby Girl : P.w318ap

COMFUMENTAftr OlTNMAPPINa The thadowlawa mine for the 1',. aad Mrs.Carets]BBoenar r, 'NI"I' II) r.r.a..M ware let HAMI--_..." ORDER NOW!

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AMD MARINO remainder of the week I of Gala, have announced the ar. j $12.30 \ODIIIS-:",,_

If llVICt Wednesday Barbecue chick rival ol their first child, a girt iw... a.rw..ure slei.I- : 6.1' CITY i SJAJI__ ._,_ '
odddrd ee, broccoli, tors, )eilo. Lori G pie, bon oa Bo-ember Jtlat tune MM e..eM .. N.N (fiftttrtifkori'
Male rue dale II mien f itf ......-
ourmet Tkwsdsy Mrs. AberMtMe's Maaroe Mevorlal Hospital.Mrs. I Wp.mspepn you
tblrd t*. I.At5s.lte. ""f. ISM for..i<.... le VeMe s. i.mpmsl.e a seine .. daNc: forwarded'
grades hamburgers, gartea Bomar Is the ors er '.' rAiR,4" ... tow is
SKTN MooAItO IMOTMg old sucked potatoes, tee JtnaaUa Kate Powell deogMer of : .
-L* cream sandwiches. Mr. ami Mrs. Pat, Powell efHapUe I: Wills: N FASHIONS L.:..== ::::.:.:....---=:- .: -A"J IIJ .dwI/IC'/ fe r
Friday-Twia noose .
Paternal !
easser Manor gr** ,
IoftdH Fruit Shipper oU, peas.4 carrots caolinow. parents are 1',. aad Mrs L:. R.Tbonaseo lilt -M AM M Pease Mi 3I.M 'Boo 11 will to sass/,1 "H.O/ reclpitnf)

er, apple U bIt.. *), of Oewlstoo, .

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Washington CvrrctpMMcBtNewspaper

/ Enterprise AnnWASHINGTON.


STRIKER $S4IOO IN WAGES--. Tough though he is to work for President Lyndon Johnson
County School Board will, in the ing new classrooms In this area without nevertheless could continue to hang onto much of his present

opinion of many Collier Countians, make provisions for air conditioning would be t> White Hit relations House ata with<<. the people around him always have been

a serious blunder if it approve construc- pretty much like building classrooms in V ,I;T'- more intricate and varied than, is suggested by such things,

tion of new classrooms at Naples High one of the Dakotas without heating facilities -'; .: lumping them in groups labeled Johnson men" and "Ken-

School (or any other school in the county) This may sound like a far-fetched neely men."
somewhat limited usefulness They do
Thole labels have
without provisions for air condItIoning. comparison, but if students are entitled to not indicate automatically which men would moat like to

And, if we are not badly misinformed, protection from the cold why should leave the White House fold now that the election h past

that is what the board is presently con they not be entitled to protection from Nor do the tell which men find the President demand

templatingThere the heat? upon them hardest to bear.

is no longer any doubt that It it to be hoped that the School TAKE, FOR INSTANCE. the case of "Kennedy man" Law.
-TO GAIN WAGE AND rence 0'Brien. chief of White House congreeriMUl liaison for
both students Board will
and teachers benefit from review its thinking on all pro-
nearly yearlO'Brien'llupreme
Climate control" in classrooms. During posed new construction, whether it be OF / talents put to use first for the late John
the summer months, heat and humidity a completely new building or an addi- WEEKLY. 4i1Q F Kenned\ and more recently for Johnson, are as political

tower the efficiency, initiative and atten- tion to an existing school, and possibly organizer. The President relied steadily on his Judgmentsand
findings in the field this fall.
tion span of both groups. reconsider what appears to be current = It Is said that ten if Kennedy had Hied. 0 Brien would

Instead of considering the advisability policy. r now' be asking to be relieved of liaison duties he hat no Urn

of constructing new classrooms without If It Is not feasible to air condition I .' for He wants to be a full.time organizer.
Friends sax' Brier has no complaint. His labors for and
provisions for climate control, we present classrooms In the county school with Johnson have been satisfung But politics calls

submit that the board should be and will this
con- system, many parents want 4
[ IT WILL TAKE NEARLY ANOTHER KESSEnI.S of basically political bent
ducting a study to determine if done when observe the effect
existing they on ; EIGHT EARS FOR Kenneth ODonnellorkmg with high national committee

school buildings can be air conditioned students of climate control In new build- '-. status this fall he was a key Johnson strategist. But that job

at anywhere near reasonable cost Ings, then certainly! every effort shouldbe xv' EACH WORKER ID Is done. and he is no longer appointments secretary as he was
.,- GET BACK JUT under Kennedy His departure therefore is seen as almost
One Collier Countian came mighty made to air condition any new con- I certain.

dose to being right when he said build- struction additions WHAT HE LOST /
or Reports that O'Donnell might go 10 work in January for the

new Sen. Robert F Kenned\' of New York are, however, considered .

. The Christmas Lights Go Up AgainThe Other poorly Kennedy founded White (House holdovers still on the job seem

likely to continue Indcfinltch They include McGeorge

Bundv, security affairs adviser: M>'er Feldman, special counsel .
small cartoon on today's front bers, with help from Florida Power & ;: Leetthlte. labor and civil\ rights aide.
.... ...,... ..
page advising Collier Countians that the Light personnel and equipment, put up _i' ;' > ,; '. :;:t ':;,:: r These and others have worked out a "good accommoda

countdown on Christmas has started, plus and take down the decorations. This Is tlon with the President though rumors persist that Bundy
has his cap set for higher things.
the appearance on Fifth Avenue light- not the easy task It may seem. All the

posts of Christmas lights, should providethe work Is done in spare time. The Best of BoyleBY LETTERS rt'RIOt'SLTm: IIEVMFST SPATE of "resignationrumors"
concerns the men Johnson himself brought to the
proverbial "word to the wise" thatIs This combination of effort has re- TO THEEDITOR 0 White House: Jack Valenti chief shadow and "orchestrator"

supposed to be sufficient. We seri sulted In the community taking on a festive HAL BOYLENEW of the President day: Bill Mo>ers. heavy duty administrate

ously doubt that this will be the case, and holiday air each year as Christ- assistant and press secretary George Reedy.
Moyers has alwaxs wanted to get back to the Peace Corp,
however. mas approaches Many local merchants YORK (AP) Jumpingto er looks down Ms nose at the Reedy was a reluctant draftee for the press lob

Incidentally, the Naples Jaycees are have joined into the spirit and have secured conclusions: gunpoint robber who- holds and a up professional a bank at -CHARITY IN ACTION And even after the President's fabled toughness is discounted
have bet.
Any country might
responsible for the greatly Improved for store fronts and windows new ter foreign relations U It draftedthe forger sneers at them both. Editor, Collier County Newer the job of a top White House aide Is long. exhaust.

Christmas lighting program the community and attractive holiday lights and fixtures mothers of large families to Few people can recall the mo. Saturday I read In the News bag be how. damaging to normal stick family life The real surprise may
man manage to it for the duration
serve In its diplomatic corps A ment In their lives when they of the plight of Mrs Beck,
now enjoys The Jaycees, with Indi- It is to be hoped that all those havingany woman with from five to 10 kids finally quit believing In Santa Francis Street, East Napl,.. Her

vidual contributions and an annual ap- part In the Christmas lighting pro- has to settle more arguments In Claus, And, of course, many husband will be In Jail for five WASHINGTON AND

from Council have will a day than the United Nations never do. months. She Is about to be e.
propriation City gram continue to supplement and '
does In t year The fellow who avoids going vlcted from her house and has S'MALL..BU.SI NESS'
slowly built up the program from a few Implement It each year, for the Christmas If you check the shirts of the to the doctor In order to save i no place to go. She has five .

strings of colored lights to Its present lights and decorations make the community average confidence man, you'll money reaps one reward. He *children, the oldest of which Is Much has be,'n \u ,tl' II IIIlI' < II country. and stays away for a
excellence. a happier live Gives find he wears french cuffs. He usually winds up by having the eight The News has collected will still t*, willtell' 'it'1 "'p"il limited number of years, hiddtlirnnhlp
place to
you also tends to be excessively finest funeral the block. about $50 for her. of the Wui "'11 l' mmu""' '..u la automatically revoked
In addition, each year Jaycee memo that old holiday spirit in trumps neat. In the old days It was the Sunday morning I ransacked s.e .
Most cats nowadays live all women who used to Imitate the my pantry and gathered together Out It I. IntereHtinc to notr 000
their nine lives without ever men. Now we seem to be re. several cans of food for them. that In the report come attemptIs On tin other( hand hen m"
even seeing another cat or a versing the trend. How else ex. I stopped at Chrls.Tal Marketto made to charge Ihe FBI with (""ald" cal"a man born 111

mouse, let alone catching one plains the fact you see so many i buy some milk and bread. I failure to pro- this country, dtliberately gilt
others But men wearing pointed shoes late told Tally Ellis where I was side proper t In a land which It opposed t I"
the fact
say OTHER PUBLICATIONSSo they no longer :
CLIPPEb United
the .
I ITEMS FROM anything to earn their keep nev. Iy7 going and he filled two large protection, ever Ofcourse col swear his States American even tries citizen"I b'

Grows the OakSome er bothers them at all Only The average dog In America boxes with food for me to take since J. It ,hip 10 become a citizen of all
man requirework to find hap. Is better fed than the average to her. Today I told the story tar Hoover ,hoes I foreign land and marries
pin.... to Kwlk.Chek and they did the In national of ,
teenager published 11 that country.Thei
won't like this We're not even other words, the twig has already been same thing. Br i
When you see some of the The four hardest things In the 19U hi* book"Maslen when dented Russian citizenship
sure we da But U s something to consider pretty well home bent mslsdjuitments.Home before subjugation. toexcess books they print today, It can't world to keep secret are secret Now I understand the wives of ol he becomes unhappy and

at lust.W.'r. help but make you think Uncle loving, secret drinking, secret the Jaycees are going to give Deceit In finally decides to return.
speaking of the trend rapUil/\ and parentdidn't send manyof Sam should do more to conserve gambling and secret thinking.BARBS their assistance which. he exposed 000
becoming an avalanche In our Twentieth us here, and we've too long ever- our valuable tlmerlanda It would do your heart good theCommunist ho he tells his story to the
played that hand But perhaps the par. Rarity often Is a factor In to see charity In action rightIn c w. H.ra.r US Embassy: saying he Is
Century of analyzing. categorizing ants are at fault In one way. They've beauty If 100 our own front yard. strategies, there have been numrrous sorry he made a mistake In
and defining anti-social behavior More encouraged and abetted the Idea they everyone saw attempt to dlnrredll turning against his country and
and more often, It seems, the whole were to blame for our blank faced ignorance bother rainbows every day, who would BY IIAL COCIIRAN Joseph Brown the agency he heads flag, and I I. told In affect
vastly complex phenomenon of crime Is For right down to the end, they to admire or praise Naples, fla. sae That s all right, boy. Will
being heaped upon the parents. attempt to shoulder our own blame and them In order to keep from get- But as has been released the send you home."

Were not psychologlsti We speak gladly accept the responsibility becauseof Nothing makes a mlddle-aged ting fat, some people leave FBI was apparently never not). see
that certain Indefinable the table after one serving. fled that Lee Harvey Oswald Thin is somewhat tantamount
entirely on whatever qualification/ are something s man more homesick for his own
established by being citizens of the parent holds for his child. childhood than to sea a boy About all the others leave is Today InHistory was a dangerous character tc a man attempting to murder,

phenomenon. Some won't like this; the skilled may wearing patched trousers the table. While the State Department his mother then getting off
denies It, it with
seems quite clear a mild
We're not sure who started this escape even dispute It Yet somehow, we feel You begin to grow up In this reprimand when hi
How does hat the United Slates Embassy tills the court he made
valve type of clinical t-blame-me- wete right San Qwnti (Prison world when you realize that no a person expect a mistake
blame-my-parenU battle It News Joy and ball to be taken at Mi fact in Russia which not only and was sorry
cry no point pen cleared his way to return to the 000Presumably
seems to us It's a little too pat, a little lasts forever value if he it.two-'aced? United Stales. but also financedhis a young man

too easy and a trifle overworked One of the first things an ex By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS travel fare took the posi can become confused and try
Not all of us came from homes where Teenagers in Boston endive learns Is to make his Today Is Tuesday, Dec 1, the tlon he was quite a nice youni living |In Russia, and subsequently -
dad was a pal, mom a trusted confidant, signature Indecipherable u If 336th day of 1964. There are 30 man who had had time whileIn learn his mistake
but some did Teenagers i* Boston prt/rr to Sup to It had been scrawled In a vast [ days left In the year. Russia to reflect on the eri Again he can be lying and only
Some Many hundred did, and that's themselves and have no u>/UH to Speak hurry Actually, you can teach a Today's highlight In history i nor of his way.. and he wee wants to return to carry out
too many exceptions to the rule of parental to their alders Letter in (s Boston chimpanzee to sign his name tuts.Iaaq. On this date in 1863, the right quite repentant Thus the Slat some plan In which. he has
blame newpIPtr.JTftn.erl) this way Just u quickly as you of habeas corpus, suspended Dept did rut automatically teen Instructed by the Kremlin.
can an executiveWhen during the war emergency, was notify FBI that a person was 0 .
So, to excuse the world sociological In Boston are shockers It may be a blooming nub
Ills, In the final desperate mlcroacoploanlly.11 With manners both haughty and man Invented the alarm sance putting in tulip bulbs restored by President Andrew entering the nation whose. Obviously a naturalised cit
past actions merited
some survelllance zen who pulled such
a* some sort of weakness In the odd, clock, he already had gone too Johnson a stunt if
right but
now think of .
the re admitted to the U,8.
fabric and morality of home-life la too For the Beat, there, speaks only to far ever to turn back to automa beautiful On this date ss0 br would
thin. blooming come In 1783, the first hydrogen balloon closely watched for a lon ,
conveniently casting atones where they Rockers, spring. On reflection, this procedurebecome time But
are least deserved Aa matter of And carrying two men, ascend apparently In Os
a fact the Rocker speaks only to quite weird., A wald
There may be no honor thedoctor perronraaj case he was given a pat
recent medical research Mod.Cmtrrroriu. What ed over Parts.In .
a says Immigrate to this the beck
thieves, but there 1* country on and told in affect
child'iInti.loclll patterns'* will soon Rows, In The Spectator, among of snobbery A safecrack goes too often right 'in 1917, the kings of Norway, and after due time of real Go and sin no more "
be pia-potnted five :years after birth. In (London) plenty one ear and out the other Denmark and Sweden agreed to dense study. et al, can become see
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maintain neutrality toward all a rlllsen of the (nlled And thus
'. .'t.. ." ,..... $ ;:i < W .rc.Y returned to lull
JPT ____w, '" ,_J belligerent powers. Mate. However, If a natural right of a loyal American cltlsen. .
$ ABABA iALATtI In 1938, President Franklin D. Iced eltlsen returns to hit without FBI being notified
'" Roosevelt the Inter. homeland, or | other he should
opened toes o any be watched.
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ACROSS 26 Headliner 1'1 l 1M. R E C 0 tt D .. In 1941, the Civil Air Patrol Chance Remarks

1. Slam, coins 27 SlIndHlcC NI'1 1 0 I t R T was In established 1942 gasoline rationing .. eoee> set> e eeeSeeoe> e) . et
5. Concreted 28 101\\; t A R w R R 0 ,
L I N. V. went Into + Most of
effect throughout the yesterday afternoon
sugarS Obsolete SK'r 0 S V 0 N r. A R L D nation. and until a few minutes ago this ,
U S t. TAL. PAN.
S1 Arm
railways ph
Ten The Senate The News has
years ago- morning been
11.50nlfor S2 Textile I "Eo" I C .Tlt D
voted to
censure Sen. Joseph
awe errs pint MOO t I. P L A TIT L McCarthy. telephone or AP wire service. This

12. Chillund H Sour or A N E L t S A V A I L Five years ago-Britain and may explain why many people have

14 fever\\hlltanl S8 anerr.Unyielding. e II r.r... V T" A. D A N C: t the Soviet Union signed an not been able to raise an answer
agreement to expand Anc1 .o.
: / a 15 Mroblrneu 40 \\rtghi al SOLUTION 0' YISTUOAT PUZZLI vie cultural relation*. via telephone.
16. \tolcnt Icmanct
Outbreak 41 Spotted at DOWN 5 Dream One year ago The NAACP If memory serves us at all
announced to
plans a
IS Anglo- with drops 1 ludean. coy 6 Pen purge members of Congress well this is the fifth time in recent -
Salon king 42 Cod of love 2 Food fish 7 Yale
19. Cr. letter 43 Before S. Nine or 8. Arsenate voting against civil rights leg weeks that our telephone wires

20 Fury 44 Energunit eleven\ of copper Ulatlon. have been out. We hold that this unquestionably -

22. lilt'. boyU Tenant 4. Make dots . . . gives the the
9 Exact paper
howl tore in paint
p ymfnu
I. Utter COWER COUNTY NEWS championship in this category.Can .
1) Easters
I IJ I. : .s a 7 I' ;, MICHAEL CHANCE E4lt.-PuMMMr
,, fr4 nan THOMAS HAVER. AsMOMte !.*. anybody argue the point?
11 Q 4 1/ ,t" 17 Eatyne MARSHALL WYATT. A.. MSIMSW
0 21 Binerveck ALBERT OPOLKA. M-.. Sup*. + The Naples Yacht Club reopened -
+T 2;; If 22 Mr. Link. DAVID HEMMANSON. CI,.. Director Saturday with &
night a large
letter MM*. LOUISE DAUB Office Mfr.
'I II t ; 21 lad. tltUofrnpecl Publea.d dally, oicoet Monday merry crowd on hand. All was well
a er' M .... tnimmm ky
: the rain started and
until a leak
C.ehe County PubmAMf Co,
<< t i 0 0 6' II 24 Repeal iniV T..n.0... awtK ....
/ : developed in the roof RIGHT SMACK
"' 'I.- isMa ..... eddrw, o.
ill s7 If ri .7 I. 25 Made Sub r.. I/W
law .. OVER one end of the new bar. Evenso
wtUM Midway ttltf for aNaueosriptlea
al I' 2< Shmnler duel,,- the enlarged club had a fine

29: Stout . reopening and members will find ita
I"F // 0 'h. 9) Amount ......
// //I'/ abbr 'y same W nun poroole big improvement over the old one.
I ,JJ 1->> ,. J7 04VOMO.Owo .
o 0' SPiLekr V*.r 111 eta (.... 17.... + Many readers have requesteda

I"" 1 1I 0' .. M U: frns Mere Three MoMh of The Sl'VMonitor .. A.mlotoJ Pm television log in the paper. SO ,
.* I .
ontttM .4Wwiry to DMM
14/ 0- .. )7 QrdleSI far novMiutioii of .H .... today one is being started. Thereare
: MW Mom prM..4 M thi. o*- M
Century ..... en ... AP news '*.*tclM* a few minor problems still to
14' I+t e, 39 Swill nee tutor n .< sties .. tt. est
nc *
." be ironed out but this should
t\\ a a < not
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Nop/n"/ fI, 1"..day, DtMr I 1 iv44 5
.. '100 Plays Show Up lo County : I I


For Duplicate Bridge Court f e' 1 r

Eddto D an. up before Judge 11 .
v Richard M. In
Stanley County
BY C J. McMURRY ..ae...
Mrs. L. Dinkmeyar took second Court yesterday was given an a..a.
Waaaml JOIN do when my with 169s Roy mier- option of SIlO or 80 days on :-- l

.apply f ieperlattves run out ll rank One, 3rd, IW-i/ty Nth, each charge of no hunting It- -

Even the metaphors are begtaniitj Bruce BoymonSr.--Swart Kos- cans, possession of I loaded gun Ir

/ to come hard. Such .U tars 166| 6th and 6th, a tie at on Scenic Drive and possession I

my feeling when 1 Mnounoe 157 between teams of Mr. and f of unplugged shotgun.Joe ,

diet the Naples Duplicate Bridge Mrs. J.A. Burke and Mrs. E. L. Grant was also given "
CM (telly cracked. the ceo- Armstrong-Mrs. M. MUmer. options of $50 or 50 days on -

tury mark. Yep -one hundred Pink Section with average of each charge of possession of

devotes laid their cards-and 133, found north-south toppedby w r loaded gun on the ScenIc Drive
their hopes--on 38 table last Major James Haynes-Mrs. r and possession N unpluggedshotgun.

Friday nt at the Woman's G.T. Bradbury at 156 aid. the Austin .LaMe was

Club. Thirteen tables of wise JJ. Summers 153-1 Aj 3rd. given sn option of ISO or 50

ones who made up the Early Mrs. Frank One-Mrs. C. But- days on a charge of unlawful

Bird section by being the first terworth 148-1/| 4th, the Virgil \> possession of headless dte r. ,fill

63 to arrive played againstan Wakes 143i 5th,Ted Hearth- V I Terry E. Barns' was sentenced ie
average of 156 and the bat- to 126 or 36 days on a
Mrs. June Haschka 134-l/2j. READY TO SERVE LUNCHEON' at the Naples Woman's Club annual
ties were tough. A of of public drunkj $30
pair charge or
6th, the George Smiths 143. Christmas Fiesta Bazaar I this of member
Thursday "
first-timers facing: north and noon (croup\ 90 days for destruction of
south respectively Mr. and East-West tile harry Bauer From left. Mrs. Ellen Summerlin Mrs Florence BIKIT, Mrs Amy FYi- and $ao or 60 days pro-on I" M I

Mrs. AX.Greason were rela- rolled easily by the Mc- deaux bin Marge Seaberg, club president, and )h... Thelma Hodge, petty a charge of public profanity.
Murrys 166 to 159j 3rd. Mrs.J. chairman of the luncheon lommittee. Not pictured are )Ira. Jane
tively unscarred with their 178 Gladys $. Feather was givena
points, but found the Louis Gra- 155. CralgeMrs.. C. Luedders Ilerren co-chairman of the committee, and Mrs. E. P. Everhard a wafentlod sentence of $35
| 4th. Miss Catherine McKenna -
hams breathing down their -Mrs. Clint Jordan 148j committee member.'S( photo ) or M days on charge of failure

necks at 175j 3rd, the Eugene Sib. Mrs. Iris Milan-Mrs. to yield right-of-way.

Parkers 170| 4th,the J.Adder- Bena Turner 145| 6th and 7th the supply of visitors was like\ Aaron Ka)ifeu was also given s
lys. 188-1/2 5th, the George suspended sentence of $28 orW
I tie at 137-1/2 between teamsof a mountain stream cascading
Millers 1631 6th, Mrs. AJ<. Mrs.Harold Weed-Mrs.Cor- down the slopes welcome to Sunshine Shufflers Plan days on a charge of following
Goltalk-Ed LaCagnln 158-1/3 too elosely. James R. Mason '
win Waite and the Earle Wheel- see and satisfying to have and
and the Tom Bouldins Just missed ers. The James Walkers almost the first trial having anearly was found not guilty on a THY (OIT NEW IAD; (;KT: Mrs >I"" < I'

, the charmed circle at 137- made it with bird seemed much charge of failure to yield rightofway. lIft' ,std Mi ,
13112. section more Outdoor Dance !t H.-li-n Y.M*." .m, In I' ,
1/2. .
than passively accepted. infect, SaturdayThe out tlu- now mlilii,sMiiyi itph'' cc liiih u ." .1. .
East-West had an outstanding GOOD JOB the latter was s life saver, in John F. Treble charged the, !Naples ConllIUllitlIo/ ;<|Mt.il last ter: kntentbrty .
team.Louis Irlon-Earl Ogden speaking Vic view of the attendance. with obtaining lodging with Intent '
Metaphorical large \ of |lIlt'' Naplis Ilimpital AUM'I."'I I1
Jumping to an early lead the boat beautifully I'll make a Scotch bet (no money Sunshine Shufflers are will be announced in the NEWS todefraud.wasglvenssus- :NKW-- : \ ,
and win with planning another outdoor dance when It Is available. of 90) ( ; 1'\'
pacing nicely to In his first performance risked) that there win be a larger at Gratwr'a pended sentence days In
2l -1/2. Miss L. Bissell- as non-playing director. Also well Servlcantar, Fifth Visiting members of out*/ jail with restimtlontobamsJe. '
percentage arriving Avenue, South, and the Tamiamt town square damn eluba are Torn W.Chandler was sentencedto
before 730 pjn. than in the Trail, nest Saturday, December Invited to
any of the Stud 90) days In jail on a charge Senior Citizens
past The race: is to the ear flora' affairs, and spectators are of drunkenness.
liest. The occasion la a visit by 60 always welcome There a small
sriBIUUi( provided The total of checking Miami dancers who are coming fee for dancers, but Jerry W. Delashinet was
TV LOG NEWS assents BJ stations.BO responelblllty The-I in was 21 and the guests list Included for one of the Shuf !era' 4 p.m.to spectators. Refreshment none are us.t lo given an opt ion of$30 or 30 days

for accuracy first timers Mr. and Mrs Le- 1 a m. Jamborees. sally served el the daises,work on a speeding enarge. JohnleD. Elect AI HoytAs

Roy Greason from Jamestown The visitors have engaged the shape,, and dances. Thompson was sentenced to
entire Stewart Motel for Salur ISO 50
Rhode and or days on a charge of
i I Island Mr. Mrs.
day night, and it will be their Improper driver's license.
John Burke Illinois -
TUESDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 1 ,Mrs.Cs roline Butterworth headquarters in the pool for for the square Aquaducksand dancing News From Marlon no valid R. Osbome driver's chargedwith license Vice PresidentThe

Miami Mrs. Edward P. Ran- on the lawn, barefooted, for
WTVJ-MiemlCBS.CH.4 toy ClevelandOhio, and Peggy the Grasshoppers. They will be was given an option of $50 or senior= cttUens Club; of i Evens: Eva Ma aije'< !, .
WLBW.Mlaml ABC.tH. 10 Cheeck, point of origination not Ivan a welcome party at 4 p.m. County Records 60 days. A charge of failureto Naples st Monday's regular ipauldtng, Pauline Motirn'v.Colcen .

((4 ON CABLE) ( SON CABLE ) registered. Among those now by the Shufflers in the picnic dim lights against J.V. McDonald meeting elected a new vice pie < Wolfe, Ella eermg\;,

having returned and whom we grounds back of the motel CHANCERY DOCKETW. Jr. resulted In a sen silent and created a talent Eunice I'owerina N ih. .i .

6:00 News Sports 6:00 Movie (To 7:30) were glad to see were the The main dance, from 8 to C. Ratllff va John E. She. tens of $38 or 35 days scout committee to discover the i evicts Block and Fannte I L nk i 1.11,
6:15 News Renick 11, will be at Graber's, weather A warrant was ordered issued
"She Couldn't No" George; Millers. card and Ha:)U BarfUld entertainment capabilities of
Say per mitt Inr. and if not. at the
6:30 News Cronklte for Lorraine S. Drake charged
.Robert Mltchum. AS usual, a willing group of Shufflers' to dissolve Joint venture for a. Its growing membership
(1954)) Hall Chlutnsky
7:00 Red Skelton To with failure
( 8) counting and receiver.Jamta to yield right-of-
Jean Simmons. volunteers Joined In the tasks f SO Central Avenue. "Some masing grand opera
8:00 Movie (To 9:30)) tables' and other- Panlplnto, d-boa. Jim's way. RobertA.Dwlerwusen arias and others dance the
putting away may
730 CombatA1anLaddPWilliamBen Following the dance, a buffet
)- Sunoco va City of Naples! tenced to $35 or 39 days on
8:30 McHale's Navy wise straightening\: out the Woman's supper will be served the dan. hula hula"wss the way one mem l
declaratory judgment.Bob a charge of violation of restrictions. @
dlx. 9:30 Peyton Place Club along with those cell, and dancing will continue Dean Steel Building' Inc., E. Mathls ber put It. rr
Ellgh was
10:00 The Fugitive who deserve full credit for after midnight for those wanting va Alva J. Miller loan The new vice president Is Al
9:30 Petticoat Junction sentenced 30 In
to to days Jill
dance In
pajamas for chosen
11:00 News, Weather Sports their efforts to speed up final foreclosure. Hoyt on the recommendation
10:00 Doctors and Nurses determination Idiot badges, or behind bars for on a charge of obtaining lodg of
11:15 Wthr.. ABC News of the standings a nominating committee
11:00 News Sports Weather Jail Bird badge. For the bars, ing with Intent to defraud W,
and the
takes few unanimous
11:30 Les Crane To It quite a man-hours MARRIAGE LICENSES vote LETTERSSANTA
( 1))
11:25 Movie (To 1)) the Shufflers have secured the Clare Crandall was sentenced!
Charles Edward for him
to figure the traveling scores, Graham and was formally cast by
"She Played With Fire" see of the Junior Chamber of to }M or 26 days on a worthless
post them and then to total the Caludla Sue Mulllns lm.mnkalee his wife Ruth Hoyt the club'srecording
Commerce Patrol
((1958)-Jack) Hawkins Buah jail check charge
figures. rm afraid this article secretary. The vacancy
which la parked the
r Arlene Dahl near Darrall Dean BakerCrawford The following case wens
would never Shufflers' Hall. In the vice presidentialoffice )
beinTuesday's vllle, lot, and Patricia Alice continued James D. Mlken-
paper if one The caller for the occasion occurred last weak when
WCKT.MICIIIII NBC CH 7 would feel alone) had to strug- will be Bob Cook of Miami, Littrlnger, Naplea.Clyde ton, driving while Intoxicated) Walter Harris resigned/ aa president ,
WINK. f Mvera CBS.CH. 1 11(60N I Lee Smith and PearlJ Stanley W. White, no trailer
(3 ON CABLE) ale through the labors who calla for the several square Wyatt, Miami. and Robert Thomas took
( CABLED The big dinner party ((120 dance club. that are making the Norman A MurpheyandAutheyB. tag: Roosevelt Hill, aggravated over the office.
6:00 News Farina reservations to date) Is Wednesday trip to Naplea. Bob called for Smith, Naples assault Ronnie L. fisher\ Improver The talent scout committeeIs CLAUS;

6:20 Sports Hirsch 6:00 News December 2 at 6:30 the Shufflers two weeks ago, and Kenneth Alan Brown and Nora driver's license henry comprisedofDr.EariFrltsch

6:30 Huntley Brinkley 6:30 CBS News pjn. Vic got a line white was well received. Jean Shellhouae, Bonlts Springs. H. Dab,., improper change of An Twardock, Nora and Rosa

7:00 Kentucky Jones 7:00 Hook, Line and Sinker with fear of s misunderstanding Last Saturday the Shufflers Robert Edward Smith, Jr., and lane. Chester W. Msrchbank, llafty, Charles sod Dorothy With Thla F'AMOUaPQAyMARI
7:30 Mr. Novak 7:30 Trails West when someone remarkedhe danced to the calling' of Ed Clark, Brenda Kaye Williams, Naples. improper change: of lane. and momhnjtr[ and LJ<. Wood, (
8i30 Man From U.N.C.UE. 8:00 World War 1 would see him on Tuesday who, with some of his following, Herbert W. Sullivan, no valid Is expected to have much SI'I
camped for the weekend in Col.
9:30 TW 3 (Color) 8:30 Red Skelton iler emonole State Park, 18 MARRIAGE UCCNBE: driver's license. do with shows thai will be AP

10:00 Viet Nami It's A Mad 9:30 Petticoat Junction miles south of Naples. Five APPLIED FOR Bonds posted by the following on by members for the remain

War (Special Color) 10:00 The Detectives squares danced, including coo. Clifford Anderson and Carolina were ordered estreated when der of the. saaaon, which for
11:00 News Sports Weather 11:00 News Immokalee Man plea from Bonlts Springs and J, Downing, Naplea. defendants failed to appear In the club extends to April 26.

11:30 Tonight (To 1)) Johnny 11:20 Laramie Fort Myera, and one coia>le from count Russell D. Lynn failureto addition to the. usual activities

Carson (Color) To Assist Farm Indiana who Just happened to yield right-of-w.y. $36|John of the club, both Indoor
be in town for the day Special Zoning P. Myden failure to Immediately and outdoor It was decided to

Tonight Jack Der holds his Meeting Dec. 3 report an accident, $38. take up billiards and pool for
Short Course advanced workahop. Tomorrow David A. Lindsay, Improper members who desire
2 Wednesdayln RayCastla'sclaas, A special meeting of the Zone
tag $3fi| Wesley M. B%'. Andacne
bait... Board of Is sat plans were
County Acenc Charles Andtri now more than throughIts Ing Adjustments Atkinson
son, of Immokalee,haa been tam..d .I course. Thursday Is Lloyd fur *:IO a.m., Thursday, Decem. speeding! $36| discussed regarding' a club picnic
WTV1.Ml.ml CBS-CH. 4 WLBW.Mioml ABC-CH. 10 to assist at s farm manage.!Hill's class for be&innell..tur. ber I, to consider the following no valid driver's license to be held In February.

((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE) men short course to be held'day Is the outdoor dance outlined agenda $24| James V. Smith no The Monday meet Ing,for whUiIM
from December 7 to 18U at the above. I-4PPEAL NUMBER lit- valid driver's license, $50| were present In the sudltor-

6:45 NewsEnEspanol 6:35 Eng. & Span. News University of Florida at Gelnea. Castle Is planning on starting FROM: Mrs Elate Uphara, S6I Charles F. Hsrsig speeding, lum of the Woman's Club was s

7:00 Popeye Playhouse 6:45 Give Us This Day rill. another i class after the first of Aqua Court, Naples, Fla. IN REi $30| and James R. Allen failure party for those whose birthdays
7:30 News Sports Weather 7:00 Continental Classroom Clifford Alftoii, economist<< lnfarm
8:00 Capt.lCangaroo 7:30 Carousel management, Florida Acrt.1 graduates Further information residence.Browse rot, $36. In, November. The ladles who

9:00 Movie (To 10:30)) 8:45 Fumy Company cultural Secvlee, said thai the furnished the aka (ft the alt ,
first week of the t1l'O..1I1(1Ioo1'
"Ivy" (lU'I--loanFon-) 9:00 Banjo Billy will be devoted to general topics The Amcnrsn moose Is the 'ill were Ill) le [iHckson, Lulu
talkie Herbert Marshall Isrgpst' species of deer reese, Edna Nell
10:00 Belt a raucbo: concerned with the economic ell. Armstrong
__ _
Sir Cedric Hardwlcke.
10:30 Price is Right mate of agriculture In relationto Night u
10:30 I Love Lucy 11:00 Get The Message the management of a farm
11:00 Andy of Mayberry 11:30 Missing Links bulln.... ->*

11:30 Love That Bob 12:00 Father Knows Best The second week will be orten.I Prize WinnersNAME FQJ YOUR
12:00 News At Noon 12:30 Hello Pea-Pickers Ud toward manacement a farm

12130 Search For Tomorrow 1:00 News, Movie (To 2:30)) busbies I GIRL BOY
12:45 Economists and specialistsfrom OR
Guiding Light "I Remember Mama" the University of Florida OF STORE 7.'t, ,ME OF WINNER
1:00 Love of Life
1:25 News (per -Pan DIrene and the VJS. Department of Acrt. Baxter's Carolyn ',1rl..eon. 2906 Hawthoi, Here H all you do Choose
Fleming DwsrBarbanteiGed- culture will discuss the nature House of Hi Fl Tommle "Kirk from several' different
1:30 As World
2iOO Password Turns des,Oscar Homotka. of farm management and bow Camera Shop Carl Lslnbseh, Naples type of letters Then id-
2:30 Day In Court manacemeot functions.\ Two days Beny' Edith Martin Route 3, Bo 1 13"
2:30 House Parry-Unkletter 2:55 News With Woman'sTouch of the first week wtll bo given Hobby Shop Rita (Xr.neti. 2248 Atrpon n >a
3:00 To Tall The Truth to economic principles. One day DorLenArnoWs Nancy: J Parker 4(4( Hawthorne and drop It 'in our special

3:30 Edge of Night StOO General Hospital will be spent on records, and --- .D.:s .Clalr,2T54Shorevlcw l l rMudM' mail boa Ws will have It

4:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Young Married too Ural aspect of famine win Yvonne I Jennet, 621 10th A v'eIflef. post marked from Santa
4(30 Movie (To 5W) be discussed on another day
.... __ 4tOO_ __ _Four_'_O'clock Club !Barbara! (JoodleneHoover'
.1.I....... VI LoUal.q-uW Dna Brown, of the American Claus, Indiana and your
o w Togi Bear .-Jstfto car, 1004 !
Farm Bureau federation ru Sperling 'eAlelander" !
(1959)Jeff\ ) Richards wUl child will, receive It thru
Rocky Aad His Friends
expiate electronic data process.Inr Mrs. E. wkkop! 124.1 1i
Venetia Stevenson, John 6t45 ; the man Utters and trv
Fishing Report of tarn records and what Momlrgilde Dr.
Smith 5t45 Sport,. Weather Is Involved In cost lCeoantl r. Alexander's -Jessie. Slowness 2123 Harbor Lane n I < r.bWSurnfshed FREE

Dr. Jjr. Busby, assistant dlrte. Dock took CiorMBMmtngPt.3BoxlMlJoelUy

WCKT.Mleml NBC.CH. 7 tor, Florida Agricultural Estea.I Hardware Joe Ray

WINK.F;. M,.,, CBS-CH.1 1 I' sloe Service, will speak on Im.'pUoMotlnc General Electronics BIlly PanersenDavM KitVER nEnv IrE ;,FT w.< 'I' to MI'.1 ,," : Bra"
((3 ON CABLE) aa electronic data Western Awe \Loach; (44 1st Avs. I.Evcw I I. \ '918 < ::, : :jt Road Naples, cs ,'>

5t45 U. Fla. Classes ((6 ON CABLE) processing In Florida. Hag of HI Fl Steltem. MI-"'" Ave. N. BtOO Captata Other county Matte asslstfaic fh.' ....UIISI1'I1' f ,'jJ' 'aDon VVwi
6s45 Sunshine Almanac Kangaroo vita the school iret A,r, blurt's -- A. Larson, 408O fen ii. N' 1'1" ONI V f AKrs AMlNUTf.
7:00 Today (to 9)) News 9tOO JackULanrw Crtbbett of Dado City Cart Hartley's -- Elise Certain' 9 MTerrac< Are... making the presentation TMInu.oniN

9:00 Mike Douglas 9:30 Morning Report Ken,, of Palmetto K.A. Clark, McChaVsDunbar's- Katherine Pc.n, M7 Ml Ave. I.svCfcappelLMKBL _
10:00 Room For Daddy lOrOO 1 rive Lucy ,of Saraaotat W.Harper 1CIII4rk1l. : win trAN'i'A
lliOO A falavettoj Kai Price of West Dydaesbry0eeda Slmms.l. Lake Drive
10:30 What's This Song osberry 0 _. NAPLES
11:00 Ccdsentration 11,30 The c ;Palm Beb Brace Anderson, Dunbar's--- Betty Irwin, HOI Cam. Ave. FLY ct7. Hi M' Mil Rift

11:30 Jeopardy (Color) 1200 News ) ax!JJt.Sultft,Ulan. Howe's Shoes( Dewey Brows: ana Terrace Ave, .. MIAMI
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Everglades Basketball Opens

Tonight Against Bishop Verot tDEER

.... .

Everglades tilth's 1984.85 Golf and senior center forward were) the sixth and seventh men
basketball team opens Ug 21- David Barton, both starters last last --.. .
tarn varsity schedule si home year Lisa conceded a chance for
ewes.1 tonight when It meets the VllrtnCl Goff, a southpaw guard with Inaccurate starting roles are three boys
/ of Bishop Vtrot. touch, fired In 378 listed as forward-cuardsbyBler.
Coach Bruce Bitrnwn sayi points and was second leading man They are Ron Addison
the Getors lack belCht. at It scorer on the Gators' 1963.64 5-11 senior; John Potter 6.0
usual with a small Class Everglades Conference cham. sophomore; and John Brown 6.0
C school, but he notes the team Plonshtp team that had a 22.9 sophomore Addison Is a transfer .
hu food speed. Bierman said record. Barton compiled a 241- from Illinois Potter and
he U unsure whether to have point total last season. He mea- Brown played ''B'' squad last
the Qators concentrate on con. surer 6.2 and Goff Is 511. The season. i
t trol bell, or to ''''turn 'em lobs." two will serve u this year's Rounding out the team are Jim
Seven boy, five of them co-captains. Collins, 8.0 senior forward, who
J seniors are battlinc for the five Also back from last year's played briefly for the varsity last Hl'NTFi; 011 a 11,11\1,. 'i bike. ( nll"j/ ,! thIs inquisitive -
starting positions, the coach team are big senior center Wll. season} Travis Goff, 5.11 sophomore 8-poinl hark to< Mai lung iioutfh for
Indicates. Heading these returnees lard Wooten, 8.1, and senior guard; Thomas Mitchell
are senior guard Charlie forward Danny Smith, 14. They 8.11 sophomore forward; and George fi. Huntoon II I to" In inn: tin, pi II.(' hack to
Randy Martin !940 senior for camp Huntoon said tin motm< Inki,..i Moots I aver diy
ward. terrain "with tinKiattst ot ,\st\ hut won't t run
The Everglades basketballpost under Hater!' Cfttiinf bus pn/ !ht; ( I k to ( .imp five
I is Blerman's first coaching milt'sRIIIY 1111 ti irk ,\\I I ,lit \\)11\) \ tilt' hihrI
Naples Eagles position since graduating last
N spring from Carson-Newman Col.
tw lege, Jefferson City Tnn. Na.
pies High basketball coach/! Jerry
fI Football Statistics grad Howell also la a Carson.Ngwman I

Blrman took over the reins
from Phil Larson, who guided the
RUSHING Gators to two winning seasons. I
FULL SEASON Larson resigned last spring to

Naples Opp LEADERS take a teaching position else
f'tnl Downs 96 111 where. The 1964.63 Gator sche.dulei SPORTS
Art Yds. Avg
Yards 1860
rushing Walker 73 261 3.6
No of rushes 311 412 Dec. 1, Bishop Verot
B. Bryan 68 225 3.3
Yards passing 645 673 Dee 4, at Clewlaton . . . . . . . . .
C. Bryan 81 196 2.4 Dec. 5, at MarathonDec. 1
Passes M-155
I I vl'INP I CIIKKRS for the Shadow lawn Wildcats Pop Warner foot- 32-73 Koch 31 110 U 8 Clewlston
Intercepted by 5 11 20 Dec.d 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plti. Fl., Tu.d.y, D. .mb.r I, l.oYogi's .
,, Foster 11 3.5 at Alva (11))
"III'I Mn, Phi ,
"" n:-'''iii' .ire Uii'Hf MIX little misses hi front arty! Fiiith Fumbles lost 3 1$ .
''lid i! li.u-hui.i r< \\ 11t'1'. Standing, from" left, are Jem Winchenner. Punts-avg. 38.31.15 31-30.5 Ritchie 7 70 10.0 Dec. 12, at Lake Placid
Dec. IS! at
Naples i
11 I In: WhiiMi'ii, (Jli-nda; Kvans: and Putty Whirldcii ( NEWS photo) Yards PASSING Dec. 18, LaBelle.homecomlngfx( )

penalized 259 401 Au. Compo Yd. Jan. 5, Immokalee (x) Golfing Pals InsistedHe
Scoring 6y quarterSt Jan. 8, at Moore Haven (x)
Naples 25 41 20 27 --113 C. Bryan 95 33' 421 Jan. 9, Miami ChristianJan
Hawks Beat Opponents 65 25 68.16'f Townsend 21 9 97 14-18, league tournament
Naples Rally, Walker 19 7 r 111 at Alva Join Casey of Amazin' Mets

SCORING Jthnson' : : 27 Jan. 22, at LaBell (x)
24 Jan. 29, Alva ((11)
TD EP Pts. Ritchie 2 1 17 Jan. 30, Miami High JV By FRANK ECK M
13. Bryan 8 0 36 Feb. 5 Naples AP Newafearure Sports Editor
13. Bryan 5 1 8
Shadowlawn Wildcats C. Bryan 3 0 18 Feb 8 at Miami ChristianFeb.
18-7 Foster 3 0 18 Totals 155 65 645 9,, at Immokalee (x) PINEHURST., N.C. (AP) There were 12 men In parlor 80 at the

Waller 2 Feb. 12, Marathon big whit hotel In this famous golfing 'enter. TJiei were lust like
I''' Ivli l LYON The game against the T- down drive, which began after Hanter 0 ito RECEIVING Feb. 13. Lake placid / a jury only ,they were playing gin rumm' pinochle and kloblash
i "I' hawks football team Birds may be the last one of Lance Suhlman recovered s Ritchie 1 1.7 No. Yds. TD Feb. 19, Moore, Haven (11)) They had cast their Imaginary
10 life late In the thirdi the season for t Kiwinij-spon- Wildcat fumble Clark 1 0 8 Clark 20 221 1 Feb. 20, at Bishop Verot ballots, all but one man. Yogi
i and rallied to beat the sored Hawks unless an east Then the Hawks sat on their Woodruff 1 0 8 7 113 1 (X) Conference games
d i I. ,.lowlawn! Wildcats 18-7 in coast club calls up lamurrl J-0 lead until they saw She- Totals 17 11 113 Bass 9 106 0 Berra the deposed manager of
i, iliwi( home, contest for both to arrange t late-season game. dowlawn Jump ahead late In Foster 5 72 2 the New York Yankees who had
'cams/ Saturday afternoon The Wildcats' of Coach Btll the third quarter on Jackie Koch 4 60 0 The Pniladelphi Phil capitalized won the American League pen.

i -mall crowd saw the less Cooks ley will travel to Punts Sorber'S 35-yard touchdown Tony Oliva, Mmneatoa Twin Woodruff 1 31 1 .. on their 36 games with nant at the first asking, couldn't
'cil.n! I /i'i, 1 lead In the third period, getting their second victoryof Cooksley scored theextra pointon ever to win a major league bll13.. Bryan 3 18 0 New York Met. They won 28 make up his mind whether toSlay
"IH ilu I hawks carne back withi the season They lost s 7-0 s quarterback sneak. ting nil*. He led the American Townsend 2 16 0 and lost 8 to these Iwo foe The with the Yankees or take a
Gorda League this year with .3i3, Totals 65 64$ 6 Phils bf&t the Met IS out of 18,
i ; I"lll Mow nil to capture their squeaker to ear. The aroused Hawks took the
lxih, straight\ victory Naples Her. ensuing kickoff and marched ,/ 'I
now stands 811 for the year. 66 yards to score In four plays. '
i ho Hawks of Coach John SCORE EARLY Alec Winters ran four yards 5,000 WINNERS BUT.Shoeinakr....
limmrii will play their next The Hawks scored the first Tucker completed passes of six \ I

,.:ante December 12 at Tics time they had the ball Saturday, and 30 yards to Joey Gration, -
atalni; i lnelias park'i Thun- Dewey Workinger crossing the and Cratton tipped around right Still Picks Losers
j< thirds, The St. Pete team gllliine with a nine-yard pass end to! put the Hawks in from Big IJ I
c'' ,'-it the hawks, 7.6, for the thrown by Bill Tucker Tucker again 12-7. .,
local lads' only deleat in an contributed runs of 18 and 11
early-season game. yards to the six-play touch FORCED TO KICK By FRANK ECK -. }
Jim Decker of the Hawks A** .Ntwafeetwree. Sports Editor1

dropped ball-carriers for two CHERRY HILL, JU. (AP) J f

four-yard losses, forcing the Willie Shoemaker with more than

Wildcats to punt. Oration took 8,000 winners Is one of thoro-
r4i Cooksley's boot on the Hawks'twoyard
bred racing's best riders. He U
line and rambled 57 \ i
yards upfleld. also one of the sport's worst swr!

From the Wildest 41, the handicappers Sometimes, It
y Hawks scored In six plays seems he doesn't know s horse t _

car Jim Traer, playing fullback In from a Billy goat

place of Injured Bruce Griffin, By picking the wrong colt in
went through the line twice for three race this year Shoemaker
gains of five yards each time. hat tossed away $41.1.HI. r

x Awl On a fake reverse, Cratton latest episode In the wrong A4
t carried around end for IS yards
department cam In Gen
Then the shifty tailback romp. guess
ed 16 yards through the left Mori's $301,700 Garden State ;
side for the touchdown, 18-7 Stakes, the East's richest race. WILLIE SHOEMAKER

Coach lamurrl was nor pie..* Shoe picked George D.Wldener's MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL .h.', the felreat |busy ef ;
ed with the Hawks' thirst Eurasian over Mrs, Mary B. them ell? So", soy Shoemaker, sane' YCOIO end some rlertack. ;
play through most of Hecht'a Sadalr a $10,000 But Shoe, e'espltt S.OOO-plun winners, dropped Northern Dancer ;
three quarters He said a lot Flgrtda-bred son of Argentina's one* Sadalr I to rid' else re"., ;
of work needs to be done before Pftare.
the game with tough Pin- badtir won the rare and / ;

ellas Park. $181,020 by 10 lengths Eurasianwas ;

Decker, who blocked Sha fourth 13 lengths back Ten ;

dowlawn punt early thegame, per rent of the winner's share re ;

was helped out on defense by went to Jockey Mann Y 'au,
UFPFISU tipping the a. ale! N al :.M'' pounds wasnitfht Hawk teammates Traer, Alec
> ,I\I oailj' yesterday, b\ Iln\vani Kmsintfcr/ (dIf Winters, Workinger, Jim Mil* The Orala-bred Sadatr I* the
,"' Toiitfanoxip+ Kan John bay colt Shoe rode to victor In
\ at is
on right let, Tucker, Harold Cross, and
1'' kiul of Naples and Wilbur! llenson of Kansas Dirk Elferdlnk. Leading Wildcat the Arlington. a shin gt on Ua1'I
1 iu KHII The party was fishing off Doctors Paw defenders were Tom and futurity In Chicago on Sept. tl, t

,iix'.iMl+ the' new Scotty Craft Fisherman with Elf 1 Oly Cowles, Jerry Cooks ley, thereby causing a $1 million libel
TIt"II' of Spurt Spot. It's repotted the average/ Terry Consnt,Dsvld Frye.Tony action spinet Sadalr's owner
flIIj\h catch in the aim runs front three to five WMdden, and Steve Johnson. Shoe earned $13.491 for that ,

MUlicts. (NEWS photo) The winners rolled up 148 victory. The ride was mad possible

yards rushing and 87 passing because Ycata was serving
on five out of seven pass completions a suspension. It also came about
The Hawks had 10
;; after Mra. Hecht had booked Milo M
: first downs and Shadowlawn
three. Valensuela to ride her hone, '
then dropped him Milo sued the
Dec. -1964 la .
CASEY LIKED YANKEESNEW "Shoemaker should have ben
Tahitian Cove Congress Inn
YORK (AP) Uhen the on Sadalr In the Garden State," NANNY YCAZA BILL HARTACK

In Yankee the American and Orioles L.as were..* even bet says trainer Les Lear, the /lolly CARNATION KID Yeoao. left, test. Garden Stata winner Sadali

Social ItII \ Show column on Sept. 9, Guy Stengel s-pro football guard In explaining whan Shoomoliot thought Eurasian would, win Tht (lowers ere lorQuo".I.
..III: why five different .'. Bilnanl win, Hartaek, right, grlnt altar winning,
Hour .t'o -: Time "I think the Yankee will win jockey have won with his Kentucky Doray. ("then fraalinoit) with Natlharn Dancer, a fait
;;: h Shoemaker thought ha auld I.., with Hill RI..,
It now chars Adds Lean I
'flO1'M. 9:30: P.M.Dancing.
At the time Baltimore had 20 'Shoe barked off after the
same. to play th* Yankee 24. Garden state Trial. He playedthe 1. He ran Uth. beat two tilt canary when you mention :
Jinnerx.15 On U the Yankee were
a Auauat red board (Racetrack term plodders. Shoemaker.
: ,u .IM. off the bad \ I
: P.M. 10 30 P.M. | used when a fellow makes up his This spring Shoe pulled Shoe's biggest blunder came In :

mind after a race Is official). a act her pretty good blonder. He tile IIS7 Derby. Hemhptdgdtire

HAL FISHER Shoe wanted to ride Eurasian. had wen the Flamingo at Hialeah flnUh I line and pulled up apparent ::
Your Laugh Salesmanthe "Whet Willie told me that, and Florida Derby) at Oejlfstreamwltfc winner Gallant Man too soon.

Yeses offered to alga a slip/ for E.P. Taylor' !tkrthern' Hartack won that race with *>so

Latin Quarter Stork Club I II three Sadalr races, the Trial pacer, a CanadUn brtd.n.n Iron Liege and gained 110,795

I Garden Stan and Clmlleo he drcpped this greet one fer for the ride. AId a lot of tracks l
Hours of Guaranteed Fun WHY RISK 'EM 1
Futurity I eo den't pass Mm up.Ycata Cattforniaa mil Rise. soon put up big red and black

.Vi I ,,1 ko Up Your Own Group NO RISK 'EM rod for m* at Golden Northern Dancer won the belt's eyes. so Shoe and others,
Gets Fttlds years ago when he Kentucky Derby a4 Preakness.BUI would not repeat his offense.The .
CALL HOW fOft MAT... "
Tickets $;:.00 first i ame here from Panama. Hartatk profited by $tIIO bell's eyes became known
'Anar i ffxvfcf
Even though Shoemaker grin on Shoe's slip. Hill Rise ran as "Shoemaker P...."

I' at NORISKCHEMICAL on tilt way to the bank, chucking second la the Derby) third In the And now with Shoemaker and .

"Hit Book Nook 5th Au\ Sadalr Isn't his first boner. In Preakness and later oo El PICO agent Harry Stlbert. switching

CO.IMOMTNCUAXAMTfl. the 19M Kentucky Derby he went Stable went back to Don Pierce, from one hers t* Another

Tahitian( Cove Congress Inn for Cattforntan' Silky Sullivan. Ml Rise's regular rider.rasa loCh will b* saving?

Instead uf burning up the track \ and Hartark grin like "Til ride the terse Shoemaker
the door 5 PM Fri. I L MI 2.4148
at ( ) ___ Silk turned up millions al to the prvTerfcui at t'i!/lat i swallowed had.-
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y 989 Airport Rood Prompt Pro. Delivery LAWN & SHRUB Tom's Amer. r. 11 28 Announcements Boati-Motors. Accts.Two 38-Autot For Sale 57-Houses For Sale

O Boat Haven 14 30
Gift Jewelry Antloue REXALL it in st twtit U ft. OARS AVAILASLf NOW" Two' and

Mop.o. SI aPP)i>o, Center 2-2136 l-lI.' COMMERCIAL Corner of lit* Ave I boot. I'C aprunt end tae COLLIER COUNTY throe beeroom with. 1 ...".
Wimp's Texaco 36 IS nil Street. Ml IW Hr II Johnton Motor MOTORS each, I.... loll torn on the,

BARBER SHOPS EXTERMINATORSNAPLES SERVICE STATIONS Brehms Atlantic 34 18 l/ll H |l Ihs rot hew or will Troiler,..d.A I for condition"..p SSSg..Crvir- Auto we1N Prised epMS from: S'oJ, ':'f "IP"t0
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R RID 0 mapoction Harbor lanerook
Mobile Homes 32 20 Claan Full PwM
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Man tnd" Cray Hair .n 4uty Brookside 26 26 chi|. for Fult.r Truth Company PtVMOUTH
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CLEANERS Mixed Grocers 20 32 0DAYPlberISu 1.1I..t. PtMMyM._ __... II/M! I IH 41-Trucks Tractors adreom. city" water county- 1

SHOE REPAIRC ,... Built in rn and ova"
Two ample,.s wanted wilts |
Marco Island Dev. 16 37 less CHRIS.CKAFTSUd reel ..,.l* lleene 101.., AIM rob.,....,.. wathar. and dryer
JAEGER INSURANCE Swede's Auto Trim 14 38WOMEN'S Boat (eat *rokareietrunk llprk ...n" Ml 1 HIM It/Lk CMC TRUCKS well. ,,,.... bncb planters. r5'
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CLEANING Wrilti! ( !; Bob M.nm Ml IMir Grlll-Cimk Salad GMC INC. well to well carp.l vu 5 n 1
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ONE DAY AUTO-.O.. CHURCH Cll.. Secnh05 Women, Porters, Dl.hwish' 1114 til llh. St No need torn work Owntr *u,Idr -
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Methodists 16 20 firm, Cell 1 Ml 11)40 and Mlnm wo'k.Inll' SOYD ostlerI
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DRIVE INS Mixed Christians 151/2 201/2 io/titf a Tenth St N* __MI 7 III'
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plei.' Fl.,. Tunc//.,. December I I. I.M 7EGLER'S Grant hit a 171, Dorothy Stone. Presbyterians II'*. 1147 Mtmphi Tenn /1'r room 'll::'.,
Emmanuel Lutheran 18 30 ._. electric Ithen ulI.ty
burner 187, Edna Cole 169, Alice fllUlancat. aMenlH > room with toilet ,5 purl Naai
Jensen' 161 and ISe Edrisu Stalll. WANTED (H ll MOTIL/. Ml44 Lake Prk School' III.*0*
ITINOORAPNIR, Shorthand. ]- .a et Ml J-tOS Tamse.. reliable. buyer
man 168, Margaret MUtner 165 NITEOWLSConditioned ... typinf required Ple(.*nlwerklnf

9 and Pat Bonds 188 Oat Buck con.verted Air 32 16 condition In PrlntlneOllic I lilt lend VINCE CONBOY
B.By t\\ Permanent 15.1 *nd el Apt npe.I
the 5.6-10 split, while Naples Camera Shop 29 19 Q C.nlr.l, MIItill Il/l/lt County Court HOUM Call 1141 111 Itlt Av. Pirbway

1IAZEL ABRAHAMSON Katherine Spoilt and Grace Ron A Jim's TV 211/2 20In !.!IJL.!!... MI 2514/

Evans both made the 940. Anchor Cemp+n.lp, IurMlhd, I bdram NITIRCMrNT INCOME
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ORNER j Ingrams Chevrolet 26 22 I... Addb ..1,. lilt ..11 sear*.*. l...,... import e<..'
11115 II/U It heed tince. men1 lout..peel
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Rexall Drugs 23 25 M GlfiMTallI/1 EBB TIDE APTS To will operate ke.uiitui Snow moclenlakeviaw .nameOllored ,

"'. I Th. His n'Hers Mixed Sunday Beckys 22 26 DEALERS Watfcly I Monthly, SonFurnlihatf I badrnom. haute f n,

_J night League had the Valiants Bank of Naples 20 28 ARE NIIDIDI Ndy Nsa4 dalailt, UnnenI crmiml, Olio Pta Neck IM HJ Poe,

winning lour from theRambl.ra t badrMm Hupie* hilt
points Party Pantry 20 28Baroni' Mouuwlve wlhin| I* add U .or tilMron I Jill nRUlr.menl
BROOKSIDE BOWL a 405 turned in the high aerie. aa Katy HeM rolled 13 35 Iho tinily 005015 ,."'........, .PIiNe. tl .home North Neola
attractive .11. men -
Inc fiend
1 Pat Rosendahl rolled a 145, Deb. games of 182 and 162, and Green. RUBBER: STAMPS-MI 1-2107 ., tavind TUPPINWAMI Nalifnelly NOW I 1 badrewn txtlurniahad 1 Cadroom rte rerpsr6C.rpNmp :
I ble Kissinger 147 Corky Banks 1. Eaton scored 211 and 194 advertiMd and hat lar O operlment Air Cndl Oil Purn..e11.lt
The Dlplonats tied for first SENIOR BOWLERS tie culomr' acceptance end band. hold fully.' tar in ftanga tsar uhsppm5
place with the Senators in the i US.CarU Armbrust 140, and Son.a games. La Verne Runkle bit PUBLIC NOTIC.U'IIt'J'J demand ma L5'. Mill Cral state to eempl.l.CARIarAH" .
Women's } aarllng close to a triplicate I 165 (or the losers, Terry Blok Busters 14 2 lion ,,: TUPPIRWARO.; ;: P t.'r": ':. Ile 11q1
Republican League U Murnan with 170 and The Others 11 5 O > HIM.I SI ".'*" or North' 3 tuo, 311/1, ond 1140* REALTYRI
a result of a three to ore yldorj tOiled games of 131, 128 and 126. a Dick ) .n't Sill 11/17 M !1111.Furniihoa.. ..!1!. __ _. ALTORS
Murnan a 167 led the Maxwellsto Merry Makers 10 6 .JltItDU SIN_Ne tins/.ml.! 7. MI" 1 SI1l
Friday morning over the Llttli ) Apt Sills Ave t flhSt
MAIDWh1U aaperiencedNelel .
+ + + a M win over the Ferrari 1'11e.Towlgsters 5 11 Notlco It hereby |,ivm tilt toe *
Elephants Jo Powell led Uiewln. O.m. on* Freh Water 'lilt CommiMion aeorlmont. "Mae IIIIIIIM Na lUJIl ROYAL HAIt.O"

nIne team with a 166 game and aa Don Domkowakl hit a 176 Bur Kstl I 11 of the Hale ., Florida, ..!. M For **..on I S.,...... compiately Meal allratllv f a ad ream. I

a 466 series and Rot Cramer ear The Cats Eyes won three points and Ray Long turned In a 166. Gutter Snipes It 13 :lop under oulhonty conferred upon L.dy for V.., round mploy lurnlahed .,.rt", ... kalh homo on oulilanding M
M fe Conatitulion
ky of the auto
vetted the 5-640 split in gaining from the Oysters Sunday Night Bud Hogue's ISO was high far the of FloriJa. Chapter I/I fiend lie. Depl meet et 'r.be/ ..piblo* Dry Clc.nmd of ne.l Adult al IMM only er Call I Mil Tommy* II/M/ Hahea H- ev.rleok.nl, wed. .Maple e medal Ba Permarly Ihia'

a 139 game Lynn Myers tossed in the SeasheU Mixed League 6tarchlefs a* they won three SUGAR AND SPICE lute ell ky Chapter 1U > M of theNulos II.... .irenini Pl.... epply inrr ...,..,Turnnhm i ., with orwithout

a nice 143 game for the winner as Juanlta Snyder tossed games from the Tin Lliilos who had Nutmegs 28 18Paprlkes "" .....end doe. Maiulalian l henby*ealablieh of the' Com the. /r;; .... ,.ra Leu5y SABLE SHORES APTS. al a ffuro.* ant veil ran. .oopurcha.ed elew .

Hour Turner rolled I 158 of 168, 167 and a big 214 for a Richard Busceml rolling a 181 28 16 following' dleecribed ore In Collier' MI" 11111Nally Hu.l *..! *.r appomlmanl .
gun County .. Wildlife'' ".'u.* end .
Resd sod Ar..a "v. tall Ml 10111 or dr.ve
and Eloulse William scored s 549 and Jim Croak scored a 212 game, and Everett Baldwin shoot Sages 25 19Clovea prohibits' the takinf of any wildlil out to fteytl Haroo oflite ,..

480 series In the losing effort and 559. LeonSnyder contributed leg 180 and 103. The Old 23 21 In tho known treeiLend .. Government Lot 14-Help Wanted Male 49-Houie For Rent day. IB/I* "l

The Dark Horses had a 512 set to the cause Bill made It three over the Falrlaneas Itomorieinf, Mme U tern, PIDVZL MUn.TQ.0;;
Margaret .
Jonea with a 497 and Ethel Jones M. Ingereoll rolled a 173 OlrWera 22 22 more or IOM piu .... lend ..eeaneed Vounf men t* wort .. li. both with I.....' lar.ga
Simpson rolling a 168 game, and ClnnamOlll 21 23 : 'Sodinnina et the N W men ., N.vuinf .,.,.* Airport. car Chose OuhO s.0.10. hlutsew. on walarway tel fulllandM.ped /
Polly Williams a 150 Judy 481 were high for the losers while Inga Gill rolled a 160 for corner :r Section II. T 41 S. ft. 'ircr '' mhdullsRsep00.nl I' Sdram Nwe. I.e.: anal taawallae? All
Schoenthaler The Coquina made it three over the loser. Jim Wolf led the DIxIe Crystals 20 U II I, Collier County. Florida! ..1'..., Mr Fee .....I .. yearly, boa 14/1' Mu aiMlric+ kitchen Meyer .y.I.l
137 and .... .
Evelynn .I M7' III .. Drive Ooojuina Sand haal air tend large '!
Sesames 11 2S thence lion* tho North Sits of taidlection !.
Bruni 164 the Angel Wing with Paul Model T'* to a M win over the [rill Hya1ra.in| room W/W carpel
as they took three from N IV 41 17 I |i*| M I _
Abrahamcon the with Corvette a* he tossed Allspice 11 26 feet theca I *4. 41' If W ill! ,II .., N ywn. me" ws.1d for ,n1. atsism 0,5505. ....* Nhe
the Senator leading way game of ; .
Sue .
Joke 167. eeeN51 werh Wouhlnp trust., .. .om loI.I' elr.t ... Dolly, ./1., 1 J. 5,
444 was the best the losers could a 206 and 584 and Hazel Abraham. 210 and 172 and a 514 **rU*, RosemlrY' 17 2T tioni feet' to thenco I" wect Ins the of W Mid tee of Si I.sM/. 005,0154 I en/ Loadroom. centrally I...'.... |M. paste Lone, Ml ttW
and LU Miner : *ieni I 5tt/.l, ,... 55 du,00 Apply" I" .MT..I' rental |1IM plus Will IllI| | ifI
hit 112 awl IA1
In 18M76 Herb t settee M" 1157
show Juanlta Snyder bowling son turning a single er.M ee/0Irs/her'' | laundryOaparlunlly ijo MI. t vn INN it
for the to the Place" of Bofinmne;: tedroom I oath,, turnianaa)
with the V.I'.'S rolled s high Lee rolled a 199.514 for the game Corvettes.Pine tont lnln', II II Mro. more or r..rn heads Onfurnilotkt I" L... Pert Wash'" .ee5'dsrri.rMAinc
184 game and a 414 series and losers Fred Clark rolling a 190. MERCHANTS laa*. end be.rtf a pert of the N A.sl/eor' Man.pr waned Iron Shadewlewn School 1. rilC51/ '.".. MI
heif. of fe> d... l. nlUa.rlal m Ml I 4M Ml
the N helSf the N but 'per or /
Jaclnta Wright shot a 163 as the 515 led the Panamas to s three Burger P.l&ce 25 11 of Settee II, TO I. Nil I. Cal I torvlca .1..'1.., I'H'l .11/11, : 1 k room. I o.lh., Dan. Oe

team split two and two with the point victory over Snails whobad Roses Texaco 23 13 tot County Florida'1 N.nh: TrailMaintenarMa 1 ....,..... ruPMshd. hats 'aaa, I Ton Air Cono'ilioner ond)
A b AlpwiCMDirector ............. ... .
V1 .-P".1d.nt. who had Ruth Ed Harroun high with a 494. .tt.e TuTC'Rril5 e4Mp_ 0th ramp DIMS .11. furnithed or urvurnnhed
Flreblrdl 23 13 .ma.d Froa also m* Ml" 1 110 III toe III |4th Ave
Dodge high with games of 168 Charlie Donahue led the Conchs Lanes R" E Recrutlon 22 1t W.t" "* Cemrnee/ee' ....., All work Mutt .. ebrclean 11/11 per etSORooms I lv M5v1 t 45,9 "t' If
Nw 30. 'hod aompany benalniAppl.
and 163 and 457 set Tlllle Dee with a 506 a* they split two and Pc 1. lose .,5. W T Orani Co Mr
vie rolled a nice 169 with the Olive with Dick Donei. CONTRACTORSWON Moorings Texaco 1a 11 U..'., slope It For Rent 51-lots For Sale
son high, and the Star Fish withJ. LOST TaM Bros 11 17 IN THI COURT OF THE
The Senior Citizens Club took COUNTY
D. William rolling a 182. 34 10 Lange Bro.. 15 21 JUOQCIN 3 1-lost i Found UNIt APARTMENT" Slit
Hatchets Const. AND FOR ,
over Friday afternoon and again 015411 ell. ... Pheoe MI 1 Nalle aNN. 5wntr'40445
Dutch WoU was the high man on 185 and a 529 split with tilt 'ere. Fuller Industries 30 l'Wood' Abbott. Suw'llI 12 24 COLLIER 1 COUNTY FLORIDA lUll Illl! I' .5.., Ny liMe
winkle who had Ted Below high Marvin' Lawn Sir 12 24 I" 1t.40"fAT! PROIATENANRIti Diamond ttlcl o. games of 201, 163and 179 and a Chrysler 28 16 / A ward. ne.u..ll. .t .. Writ.Thamoepn lady ".,.'_.. reoulred Call HANfMHPM mill. fteollerPAlMlft

543 eerie Jack LeCelle found The Sharpshooter of the night Alander and Sons 2S 1/2 181/2 SurrhlnsSupne 10 28 FLETCHER. ,'t till II 1117 SII/ M.iaM!;Of.-/' .1 i .. 111 1f Ceva MAHHII Naplet Awec. Fie'alefraylen '
were LU Below who made the 5. TO AIL r-ctttoN* iNrTSVitrDOiNT
hi* line and turned in nf
game Metilcrlft 241/2 191/2 IS .. 'Jl/ Oay > 14 I1541v5 J MilMapfe.
640 spilt and Ethel Jon** who *
194 and 18V and a 528, and Johu converted the 8.7. Moon's Masonry 20 :24 FIRST FLORIDA : 23-Miic. For Sale -Wanted To Rent y.-r; rnrrTvtrTTiton

Blot rolling consistent games of Daley Distributor 20 :24 Brookside Bowl 33 18 written Vox ore Imtrumertt her.by prpMm..e notified that be* pavee) *tret **O It frontTamtami

163, 178 and 165 mad a SOS. Firestone 19 25 Food Bank 321/2 111/2 the teat WIN' ond T..tlmesl el old .I/ Wilt So .. PuMts AddrssaAw.1AN Nail trailer/ ****. wanted. term O N"ru"r'II'It er
+ + + lower
Harry Nash tossed a 161 loner, Stone Builders 181/2 251/2 Fuller Industries 271/2 201/2 doeaanl bets I. the helea.wrt NrnAted5 Y.. Crc aNy.pre P/eal A elf.MMdl.r. sbwe, 1154Parn IICNeecl ./ within water, orettrteily Naplet: vicinity nua locationOwner fLrii Brkr, t tl rlh. St No JI.elae.TRAIL .

Joe Roodhouse 153,George Meier and Sons 28 commended witnin ei. allendarmonth NrPit SRN F tie* 1M Avion tl ft _
Krelll/s 22 M
Kick Che Pine 21 In
Junk pride of Isle Auto. 161/2 Oren Fronok
Ridge trailer anal Nerd
182 Cfca Gambrel 177 and Tom from the data of the. first, 11/14 1/ FRONTAGE N.".
of Capri, made himself beard Cadillac Amoco 16 29 Condldoned Air 23 28 I publMotio* of thio ,Mote to appear poodle well *roomed and wall M.ai "ed aommeriiIdeal
Hoover 166 Marge Thomas with In IAN to n ond ohew u.. It w M.ee.0MN.. Collier Cowity ,ler TriUCM STOP Me-
game of 167 and 188 and 481 Sunday Might In the Rolling Moorings Texaco 13 31 King buursnc. 19 29 you tee. wtiy the. ectie* of lh,, oourt oy FOR SALE Newt, .**_a inf_ACI. .. _'"!-I'_M lei MC all Orowin*or free
Brooks League when be shotgun Team IS 18r.J In edmiitifif aid will to .probeto 525.504
war high for the women indTseHill sawn. ,H .,..... imreveked ALUMINUM *'-, apt 5.1NaMNIN _" Prua
had of 159 and 150 ** of 201, 180 and 237 fora WOMEN"SCtnnH Naples ill Service IS 33 RICHARD M STANLEY aeupl eel A.eMite*
games nlc 618 series. TeammateAl County Jwdie. PRESS PLATES her Gully H.*." SiS Vt' iMHI Ott Viril, MaroumDEWEY
good for a 436. Billy Salisbury Lutherans' 34 18 toiler Counly. Florid AM. tl/1. M Nails Wv.b5. "

rolled a 164 Ingle, Dot Shafer TaU Isles of hit I 196 and a 516 is Holy Bowlers 31 21 SENIOR CITIZENS if.Der.olhy t Dorm. 24W x 36"
the Capri foursome took
161. and Phoebe Roger US. three point from Mew River. Trtnlry 26 26 WON LOST Dec I. I.Vl It IM4 SINNurtC1 diet for 52-R..I l titste Wanted I'OLLYREALTY

Lucille Lord Marred for them*. Saintly Sinners\ 23 29 Team IS 6 1
OF INISNTIOM' TO Hunting edge t
44 taU side a* she tossed of First Baptist 22 30 Turn II a 3 tOIITfR FlCTlTlOWl NAME Want I* buy m a< near Nepiea

( the The kid. were rolling well Mixed in 189, 192 and 177 and a 533 game series. Christian Daffy's 20 32 Turn 13 a a lily The.the ssdev wo*oro,.ned oondvoting doe. hereby o ",ler...1 Fish Cempi Smell before rMuae Oe I*or I*totta Oevid e .vVrita>.*. Q... D...., Pelly' MoofiorComer
Saturday Morning
to lead the leading Pumpkin Bay Turn IS J J (nd rettevrent ....,.... et Goad Roofing & Siding IOU F O 01 L.tenter PtSSStone let Aa No. slId
Prepeur League and Glenn Ro. lend Coiher County Floride 5501, 101 Tarn.ami Trail
I ark again Marred a* b* rolled team to a three point war over MEN'S CHURCH LEAGUE Team 14 2. th.. fxt4.au" "."' of MARCO Encellenf Insulation Ml, 14119

I two game of I45-for this Glenn Imperial River Snapper Creek: Standings not available Team 12 2. pad LODOI the sod 5.5.we tltet sal firm i*wNot omof 25cea. Office 59-Acr.a9.

(will receive a TBA patch. Ray won all four from Ceumbu Cats, .rn.1 sod piece qa.ee5 o .nAKXANDf > 05
Big Marco lock lour from Biyou ...-
I Jensen cored a 265 two game Bowler and Henderson Creek ROCK N* BOWLERS WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN R t TAKTANO COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Ae Cete elfea a. .Me (TONE aera I/rpm // Afros

]erle*, Mike Jones 1M-H1. BUII WON LOST Diplomats 28 20 Oeedlend Florid 51013 44 T.Mh 55 See La. MN Sq Cppr..s GNf Cwr.e
made it four over Hurricane MAHJORlf toITANOO.adeM IT"f waapenorvo to tleao ru(* m* rlM, rail 'n.h>da* lei. "ae' red .11..., 'wNrnr .
Jonee 129-223, John KUngler 117. Hustler Some other Caribbean Ruby 39 IT Senators 28 20 "...,.... and eetieieierwnh Siva lap.erln uroao iVUHAMesT ,
230. Tom Croak a 137 loner, nice 0._".' 'p of MARCO LODGE 0* ire *e.t oieilri / .J.t l lNia'ci _'Nt, 1N it! 'MI nns !LLJ!
Holland Salley 34 18JlmmU Dark Horse 29 23 ...
I score rollled weret 1'11. .. fur ..'. C* It/I rt A.e..utss
Kenny Roark 12W23, and Jeff Emit s 171 loner. Diet Milier Gtbbs 32 30 Llt-le Elephants! 231/2 241/7 AtCXANOCNl TAtrTANO 44% Off,.. apace* rer rant Cooel "Phd N. Hya Hitdy Or**,
|Unk a 130 slnfl game. Terri MAH>ORl( N TA/a/ANO.4i: Lolo medal 'pertawa .._. *. CofenCorp 11 llh Ave SoMl
ISO, Jert Jambs 176, Moon MuU Modem Masonry 30Don' 23 V.UP/S 22 26 II Mention to epory toIM Ml t MM U/l It ROBERT H. JAEGER
01.'of r'r./
taham'e 121.221 was high for f.rcuH ,.
the Court / M
tin 200.503 Louiae Wol/ord 161 Pmldsag Mend
the little Uggen Rex. 27 25 Vla- 171/2 301/2 .e. Cettier County. FhKide. to Rase9r
girls Ike WoUord 203.521: AM Foilis Carousel Drive b 27 29 rq else the seal nm of MARCO I 57-Hovies For Sato H..,.. .happmg C., 'of 7144.!

+ + + 160, Howard roWe 182. Paul Wonder Garden Re..22 30 SEASHELL MIXED Ckepler LODGE. '"coder... low tti of cov'O'ono Ftorido. A.I of 26-'MIt.1. II* used teoataal on CantR.ed

Abrahamson 200, Ckartie Ric. ** SEE US NOW akout the two to mi 54170ede001 tra/
Stone Builders U 33FB Panamas 39 IT MALf A&.CO"OLIC.t ANONYMOUS
208-561. Red LonII17aSCl1de :' > :?IItNLU TAttTAMO Men or women) ..0h,5.51.. .| I ." hema. under aSynllNnltnNACEes Creed..rob5.m..ell,, Setae sal"' ..See.. .Jimno .
Little Danny Mullla of theodorLasgueicor :ler Industries IT :asImperlll Snails 33; 19 / TAMO .... "' |
All. 173, Mac Dunham 168 CONDOM pveoiem* A** tor keio y : : IIHyd li re.AL
Bud 4
Pharmacy IT 39BK Cats Eyes 32 20 M. Mi I4ltl ryANs te p
I .
Dunham 171 Attorney et iw SO eel eajoul the
and Art Allan 200.S34 ....- Meo' >m.. u> FwMapt :
be rolled guess of TO, Cocsilnas 29 23 ...,. I. SslteeM.u. Ciri M NAPkti MfALTOftStl
fopM Pleala ** C M Anne OIl Oh 50VTM tf 5rsId..yM.sS.NOO
|7I and ISO for a NO eerie. CYPRUS MIXED Angel Wings 25 2T Nov Sit, If U Del I IH .... bj 'M 7iO A>* every' Tee end KIII.IAM of 51,51/S7ONE. INC BaiMlne]

)However, Mike Staeev tossed U* PZNC LAME! No standings available. Olives 29 27 a,, .M *tS00IM33S.rvkeu M Tamil St N* Ml f If IINieft ,.......0eS C"t. Phral.M .

t/1 __ !tL _
I Igh game ot the aftenooe, aIn MAPttl MOMUITOCONT _
24 Offefodonce
28 :
and tamed a 464 set. Jim Ruby RJaa,'. 48$ was hip Oysters L oitrRierN ,0' .. 10's5... Mree. lleeo M III* per
Star Fish 21 31 TICC TO 'DORS ant C.1 COLLIER COUNrvMAttv
r.s.a Medeaasst OIl ear*
Kheete with fines of 111 and J? tile Friday oreing powder IfAUO SID wiM bo recowodbv tvmhaeeS.il.Ns, ... elOeeest ,11.511, MI I49e4. R.*eitor. __!.!m If
POWDER Conchs 2032
pel turned U a 481 and Chris Puff League M her team fraa'e I the ease of Cernrn.e.e.eu. el ,ew0. Lapel .._. IN lOll 1R
.on' o.
CroeA bit a 189 food for a 4S3. Hair Design went oa to wta all rids Hair Designs 40 12 Perewbiklc 19 3T tie wet.Mpie w WM MMO f>*tn<...O Off.Control... hoses O. Ac rM< fvarantaedMr Uaaew I bedroomeTI Ipeel 5.r 1n51leO. Mara If assa R. NCarneet ..
II M Piled Flortda 4rfiHty
Paul MiMllor I raim
like Sharp rolled a 160 loner, tar from Bootu Springs U. Edunfs a 99 ion A port Rd. o* o> 0 'oo Tn, M *alter I P M IJ/I H36Wantdd ash rM ItFolir arprt Isms, Ph.01 Pa.MI111Nh: Tech 1//1,'Moy.es t/

Paul Mason its Ur But ill, brary. will's Hair Fashion IIIIt Plus Beeury s.llu 31 21 0._I M. P e-M Me>it County 111 i DIteed1N'ANdeIs vo f lot bae *al anrt.ee OMwo datwewaf \T... .....1.. II
oeMrn ond)
joe* Abbott 1S3, and Rick? Sple.kr Dorothy's Dt ss cbcp piu two Berry's Fashions 31 21 BOLLIX BROOKS I5.0o50 15..7 T.I4I., MaM1.title It M par moMn. No Nt4NMOM

IY Pan Bell' 1M wee UtBe and two whfle the rest of Uw 28 24 "" ., JJEEP AWoIIPECFCATION **) ori'l p intDEWEY : In* M mile frMt OoMea)
Lilly's Pumpkin Bay 37 11 pyl; IMiIw5,1"" ...-. 0 ....,di.
for the junior geLs, while way U "u three to on*. kit Will Hair Fashions 34 28 Snapper Creek 32 UHendtrsoo U.ed ......, ".... .et'adSeed *orCJX R oa7,. y Ill".I.5.
MI and Ave. Beaoty Sale Sock three seed.. e' l o..let enP Aste.-else
paady AodersoB with a Dorothy's Shop :24 28 Creek' 21 21IMg Mi. ..tANCaey bo ootowed H >. ..ry ..ai:.'a.iae Co.I L....... Ott VSpA .....;,... ....AL&' ll' .,. -.It
fro Eckarde, note's Beauty $ bono *>de b eie>. **.. epfixMionet I }, I'd l.... ...... MIII. WIIM ._ .... _e,.." .,.MSe. tfow..
Bon. 23 Marco
Shop over Merle Monaaa C_ prs. Library 29 26 22 roe o"_ of 5.e ... UewMt* par.e.1A .Ot, 1......

ID.uu. Plus Beaoty BMP overFasfelo V cvuaab.. Jbowe 23 29 IsleuefCsprl' 231/2 241/2 Co The*re S.Oietrict rmnm...-hoe. FterJeerd '..... ho POLLY NIGH $ =\ AREA, Yetew
JI-Atrlo For S."
\\tiHiwrout j loges *) Statf, sod Bib VW'. Baury.bop 133 Imperil River 221/2 2S 1/2 reteHon end say o>tevntoMeO all lets ell ..... ::I' : ..5r .4.ro.,-" forgoANO

\\uanmtust **ilKiins ty Fashion over LUiys Mtr.orU Merle Norm WTO* Bowlers 201/2 211/3 if :R *t **ord of Con IMI ..._ Cleeaio tettew REALTY ...

) Seeterg rolled tile kit* Cosmetics U 1/2 331/2 CettMtej CM 20 28 -a -._ M..5 -01 ...... /eN ... ant or trade MARLOWE BECK
\ row O lr*. -. ... Iwr cor for p acjurty ant Qr 0..yFelhIA CeellrCe'aer
game of fee some 193, a* Ida Ave BeavsrySaioa New River 111/2 JOI/2 O K "lll7MARD .RAINARMsh toss wes perm*".* Cell Ml le A.5NS.. anad AITOM

IRIN MDITN Mary Lease toe*.d a ilL May : 181/2 3y2 Hurrtcsne. Hostlers 14 34 (O.Nr0aM,15. j I 'Ml day *. MOIl "ieM*. T._._ trod 4S1 P HA Avee
H. 515. II MI 1.15. ,-I i\u I nw. atsu

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Already Ahead Of Last Year's Total County Building ,

Running Ahead

I County Realty Rolling Along At Record PaceCounty M rr new Of elementary Last$401,000 YearThe school permit at for 1mmo.kalee the. I I I

1 lifted November's Collier
real estate trans. Hutchison f County building total to 3582,774,
_ioN in the November elating William B.Enterprises.Stone Inc., to i I Blk 55, Unl5, Naples Park, Naples, Lot 16 and part Lot \ T t I r Building Official Carl CIcmmer
period tattled $431,155,Total for Lot IS. Blk D Sun Inc., Naples $1,000)) M.H. Davis Properties Bit J, Welt 3, Sorrento Gardens. 1 reported as he closed the books
the month was $2r90,07i. The Sub'd. $2,000. Terrace Inc., to Rose Oodshall,Brooklyn, $4400) Jack L. Hamilton to Wlillem '. on the month.Clemmer's.,
total for the first 11 month of N.Y., Lots 30, II. 3S, and 33, B. Stone, Inc., Naples, part office now has
1964 Blk 88, Unit S, Naples Park Tract 4 WhUehurst's
resetted 34,84I1UII.whSdI SUN TERRACE Replat, issued $4.Zi8,7110 worth of new
tops the$33,793,999"" representing Robert T. Benson Jr. to $2,800)) Clinton E. Wiener to S,800. construction permits In 1964. A
ales for the entire year of 1993. James A. and data r Charles A. FrecheHe, Cape $3,000,000 year appears out of
Sale Reed Coral Lot 1, 2, 3, 4, B, 81, and COUNTY unless
of reach
current period of Naples Lot 14 Blk D Bit, something big
52 69
91,000 Unit B, Naples Park, Murray Druce! to Clifford
or over with value. taken ace, $10,800 WoUe.Hutehison An happens In December, be said
from Us stamps on recorded Enterprises, Inc., to William B. $18,000; Laurie R. Purola to derson, Inc., Naples, parcel In The county+ building office (t..
deeds Included the following Stone, Inc., t apiee. Lot 10, Blk Carl N. and Lot Jane 1.. Anderson, Sec 32, Twp 48, Rge 26, $32,000) sues construction permits for all
Naples, 26. Unit 1 Palm Lester ?
Immokalee Canning Co., Inc.1, I E!:, Gun Terrace, $ ,000i) RobertC. River Estates LeFeber to Victor and the unincorporated areas In the
to Hunt Oil Co., Dallas, Tex., Easterly, to Cecil 0. and $2,500); WIlliamB. Helen Erday, Naples, parcel In county The pace In 1954 is
Stone, Inc. to Don L, and See 21.
Lot. < to I, Blk S, Lots 4 to 7, Charlotte J. Dflgley, Naples, Lot Twp 50, Rge 25, $30,000 running a million dollars ahead
Blk 0, LoU 14 and IB, Blk 7, 11, Bill E:, Sun Terrace,$10,000) Blk Lynette McWaters,Naples,Lot 7, Spar Liorp., to James A. and E. M of last year's Ilwnonth figure
Eastover Sub'd, and Lot 13, 14, L.E. Hick to Lester Whitaker it McTague Coral Gable. of $3,100.128.
al to H.S. and Edith
and IS, Mainline SUb'd, $14,1 ODf and Charlts Nicholas, Naples, parcel In See 12, Twp GO, Rce The new school at Immokalee,
Joan Dare WMtMlde, et al, to Lot 11 and part Lot It, Blk F., Moore, Immokalee, Lot 25, Blk 28, $7,000)) Spar Corp., to WI]. measuring 173 by 280 feetwill
Barbara M. Boothby, Columbus, Bad Axe Sub'd. $1,700; Lester A, Seminole Sub'd., $4,000)) Son liana H. and toes L. Martin, built by HA Rutledge and Son

Ohio, lots 18, 19, 20, ark 14, Whitaker, It alto Louis and Mar. T.rento and Gardens Beulah, Inc.I. to William Miami Spring, parcel in See of Fort Myers Several other
Tier 1. Naples, $19,000 Grace garet Schuck, Naples, part LoU Ramsey, Jr., 12, Twp BO, Rge 26, $8,000)) permits were taken out In the la/it
S. Prince to Vincent H. and Mag..11 and 12, Blk F, Bad Axe Sub'd., Ziti Sodden to Russell Rich, week of the month.
dalene. A. Conboy Naples, part $11,700)) Joe R. Smith to Allen Miami, parcel In See 31, Twp Carl N Anderson putting up
Lot a 11 and all Lots 7, 8 and 9, and Sandra Nicholson, Naples, 50, Rg-e 32, $2,000)) Collier Land SUCCESS of the barbecue staged last Wednesday in observance of a $12,000 residence at Palm Rlv.
Blk Tier 8 .*. $6.000) Lot 38, Blk C, Unit I, Coconut 160 Hostages Investment Corp., to Hugh L. Faim-Citv Week is credited hugely to this group of donors About er Estates Par Ross Is adding
Crawford Wheeler to I\atutoland pk Grove, $10,500. and Edith L. Hartley, Owosso, 150 farmers county and city officials and the Club a second floor to a building
Naples Rotary
Marion M. Fuller, M alPart Edna E. Johnson to George Mich., parcel in Sec 31, Twp 52, attended the owned by Jeff Chatfln Inlmmoka.lee .
Blk 18 Tier II Rw 31. 22.400. affair. Shown in front 1'0fl'om left are : Tony Ros-
Naple $9.000t F. and Mildred JedHeka. Crests at a cost of 8800.
Jane Maxwell Teasley to Claude Lake, nU..Li 17, Blk C-, Little Rescued From Florida Land of Sun, Inc.. to bough, Sam Heath Norman Heiren Don Lander, Roy Miller and Jim Walter Homes Is building
R. and viola It. Forbes, *t. Hickory Shores, Unit 1, $3,000; Angelo Russo, et al,Little Ferry, Webb Wright. In the back low, from left are : Byron Royals, Lou a residence costing $,400 for
Mysrs. Lot. IS and 19 and part William B. Stone to John E. and N.J., parcel In See 13 Twp 50 Lipman, Leroy "Doc" Elliot and Carl Glidden, (NEWS photo) Andres Sanchez In Immokalee.

Lot 17' BIt 23, Tier 8, Naples' Lorraine A. Polly, Naples, Lot .nA Rf... ...33...,_ $2,800__ .; .Arizona.... Land W L. Crawford Is building a t
$19,000.. 36. DUe I, Naples Better Homes. Congo Rebels \.u., w Wilfred J. am I $5,800 house In his name, also
Naples Venture, Inc. to Jack 1st add'n., $4,800; Gerald Q. Evelyn Fisher, Darre, Vt. par denied It. Swiss Magazine at Immokalee. R. Weeks Is
0. and Barbara W. Faulkner, Lundy to A.F. and Shirley Mes. esl in Sec 21, Twp 82, Rg'. 33, The assaulUand.battery Indo making a 28&-quwe toot, $2,000
Naples Lot 8 and 9, Blk 9, sick, Naples' Lots 3 and 4, Blk LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo $1,300; Miami Investment Co.;, City dent apparently was aftermath Runs Feature On addition to his home, located
Tieri/ Naples, $17,000)' ) Ivan 10 Unit i, Naples Manor) (AP)-White mercenaries have to John and Anna SUdvar), Ray of Schultz' attempts to recruit near the halfway point on the Naples .
H. Anderson to D.W. Prldeaux, $10,400)) William B. Stone, toe., rescued from 155 to 160 rebel l"d. Ohio parcel in Sec 4, Twp non-union painters Into the paint. Our Buggy DaysThe Immokalee. road.
Glendale, Cal., Lot 30, Bit 9, to Leon 0. and Nellie Tucker, hostage in a cotton-f rowing re 52, Rge 31, $2,400; South Coast Court ers' union. Also testifying Mon. For the month of November,
Unit 4, Aqualane Snores ,$5,700) Naples, Lot 28, Blk B, Naples glon about 260 mile north of Construction Co., Inc., to Robert day was Patrick Hamilton who colorful Naples festival IS. residential permits, repre.
Gilbert P. Newton to Earl B. Manor Annex, $8,950 j Mango Stanleyville, a Belgian Embay and Flora Mlltretta, Ctarolll, said he unwillingly accompanied Swamp Buggy Days-gets talked seating $152,274 in constructions
Searcy Sr., Valdese, N.C., Lot Growers, Inc., to Hugh A. spokesman said today parcel In See 5, Twp 113, Itge Charles Bert Schultz, 51,East Schultz to the pier on the night about everywhere no doubt ss wen Issued. Three com.
16, Blk 11, Unit 6., Aqualane Averlll, Kalamazoo, Mich., Lots The report cam u the rebels 13, $1.000.. Naples was found guilty of as. In question. direct result of the energetic merclal permits totaled $11,700,
Shores, $33,000)) William B. 18 and 13, DUe 16, Naples Manor fought back In Stanleyville, the sault and battery and fined $75 Hamilton .ald Schultz told him activities of the local Chamberof two public works $4(1,200( eight
Stone, Inc., to Joseph K. and Lakes, $1 1.1 OOI) Mango Growers, fallen Insurgent capital seized a after a trial in Municipal Court the purpose of the visit was so Commerce. alterations. additions $14,700,
Euthema Allen, Naples, Lot 18, toe., to Clarence F. and Jose. week ago. The airport was Monday before Judge ThomasR. Schultz could kill a man who Today's evidence, A full feature five miscellaneous $2,900.By .
Blk E, Lake Forest $0 808)KIR phlne M. L fountain*, Sayvllle, closed by rebel fin and most of First Christian Brown. had recently fired from a job color spread In a leading areas, Immokalee was far
Contractors, Inc., to MeKu and N.Y., Lot 3,4, 36 ahd 37,Naples the city was reported In rebel Church FellowshipSet The charges arose from an In. two painters that had Just joined Zurich, Switzerland magazine, ahead with 457774.' North Na.
Doretha Rembert, Naples part Manor Lakes, $2,700.. hands, cident on the fishing pier Octo. the union. pies construction was $93,016,
Lot 66 and all Lot 67, Bit, IV, Gabriel H. Luff to Wallace H. A fourth American missionary For Thursday ber 3, when Schults allegedly Combs decided not to have the complete with story.' The text Isles of Capri $13,700, Golden
River Park East, $10,800)) Wolfe Endres, Naples, Lots 26 and 27, was r.portedllaln by the rebels struck Michael Jewback of Hollywood defendant take the stand The accents the pecu lar nature of Gate $8,584, East Naples $6,200,
-William McChesney. 28. All members and nests without warning. Jewback attorney questioned why the po. the buggy bs Individual design and eastern county $1 ant
Phoenix, Ariz. His parent in Invited to attend the are did not swear out a warrant for lice pursued the case "with a the big crowds that turn out for
Phoenix said they had received Dinner to be held at Fellowship Schultz' arrest until October 29, rim and vigor unusual for an the parade and races.and, of
report from his organization, Christian Church In First and defense lawyer Murphy assault and battery case," course, the gruelling test through EAGER COMMONS VISITORS
I NOON ii STOCKSNEW 1 the World Wide Evangelical Sands on Thursday, December 3, Combs questioned Jewback Schultz was found guilty and paid fylng mud. It's'll there-If LONDON (AP) -. Brilon. are
Crusade that he killed closely the $711 fine, rather than spend
Wamba wu at at 6:15 p.m. Re..rvatlonllhould three-week on the reason for this 13 days In jail, you understand the language.The so enter to nee where their ;ewe
lag .
be made Item re mode thai
by the day before was brought In to carpets in the
The report of the latest rescue the dinner. For Information on Jewback testified that he did the NEWS and translated Mrs. llouitr of Common have bad
YORK (AP)- Stocks at nouns operation said most of those not punk the incident was impor. OTHER CASES by he to
what to
bring, members should Alice Thurn 844 replaced twin mnt |1951
Eighth St. S. ,
rescued were Belgian call Mrs. Robert tant at the time, and he did not Lomax Richards, 31, of 2760 when the chamber
AlII.ChaI 205,1 Ford 5qy N.AmAv III There was no word from a The Needlework Gregg. appear in court as a prosecuting Dims, was found guilty ot care. after w." rebuilt
AmAlr 44% Freptt1ul4541 Penney 56AmCsn fifth UJ missionary who re church will club of the witness October 19 when Schultz less driving, leaving the scene wartime bombing.
43't\ 'ru.hTr 111t\ PRR 39% mained In rebel territory a1Bopep. during the dinner conduct hour a bazaar first was charged with assault of an accident, and destroying Emily Barnes Rahurd Shyrplen, p.rli.men.
AmCyan 8& OtnDyn 35e PepCo 80'ls *. She is Mary Baker of Other and battery. property He was lined $100 or lacy httreury of the Ministry of
Am Mot 10 Gena 112 or 'IIATiT Richmond, Va., whose uneven* the weekly church Include announcementsfrom Later, local police officers 30 days. The judge found him not Campus LeaderThe Public Building! and Work,, told
51,4 OenFda 8214 PhUIPet 54% gellzed field million is at Bala gularly scheduled the re I convinced Jewback the matter guilty of driving while Intoxlcat. Parliament in tnvwer to s que-
AmTob 251/ GnM1W 411 RCA 1111AmplCp ,\ choir practiceon was ed. linn "MI leant four million memo
Cynwyd, Pat Friday Important, and the witness news service of the Vn.Iverslty
111 OtnMtn o4% RepStl 42% The hostages were freed at Richard Wedlg evening at the at 7:30 with came to Naples and swore out James Howard Taylor, 17, of of Wyoming st Laramie ber* of the public have visited
ACL 8'71\ Goodrich 1111'ReyTob Dlnglla and Bamblll in the A Woman' organ a warrant. He testifiedthestat.. 1373 Creech, was tined ISO after has announced that Emily the building since the chamber
404/ Day Service will
Babcock n% Goodyr 451aRegP 1 northeastern C nlO. be held on December mend he made in the affidavitwere being found guilty of reckless Barnes, of Naples, has been was.. rebuilt i
BethBtI III Or.'hnd II Sears 4G Some of the hostages have al* with the Christian Sunday,Women' Fel.lowshlp 6., true, but he said he did driving, James Colbert Stephens, sleeted president of Ross Hall, Th. tarpet in the chamber
Boeing ns O 11'OU' eo% 114'11 been flown the not realize it was a warrant 32, McDonald Quarters, wasfound the women's dormitory on cam. has been replaced twice and
Borden 'II IotHa" 841/. Blncllir IllY rule. worship. Mrs. Doris Smith morning for Schults' arrest he was sign.Ing. guilty of careless drivingand pus Miss Barnes will serve carpets in lobbies once since
Brunet 81,4 IIItNlct 85Y Bocoll1 881Ca1erTr /, Bamblll and Dlnglla are In the Tropical! Sands Church of fined 335 or 10 days. during the current school yea t. the war, al s cost of 3,500poundi.
40% IhtPII 24% ep.rryR 11% heart of a cotton- ggrowing re* Palm Beach will West. Willis Arnold Ballard,47Gas.tonla (19.000 )"
bring the
Celanees 34 JonelAL 70e BBrand 831ChrYlllr ,.\ lion about 110 miles northeast sage on "Our Mission Under me "RAILROAD JOB""This N C., was adjudged guilty The ancient Mayas did not Claimns Of the public part
U'ls KaI.Al ao BQNJ 89CocaCola of Bull, the mercenaries' oper a'God." of vagrancy and ordered to find have an alphabet comparable and corridor of the Houses or
looks like
UIII Kee'cott/ DII% BUdtbak % tlonal bate a railroad a job or leave town. W. C. Fltts, to our own. Parliament coma 189,000 s yea
CorEd 54". IJr&My 56ConEdls Bw1ft % The embassy spokesmen said Job, Combs argued. He had 45, Ban Luis Obispo Cal., re .
8I% Locll.'d 37'sA Texaco 811% that the rescue reduced the made an earlier motion to dismiss calved a suspended sentence one
ContCan 511Lorillard 445,1 UCarb UIIY number of Belgian 1111 tripped the charge, out tile judge drunkenness charge .8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.p',!.., Fla. Tunday, Otcwnbcr I, IU4

DowChe 1841/ Mar'vox Us,. VnltAlrc ulA by the rebels to about 250, al. FEC Obeys
duPont /.J"4&'., "nFrult nsIAL though previous reports had said
1"1."' Mohasco 14Uos.el G2Y BOO to 1,000 whites remained
I.Xodak 1391,4 14011.10 8454 UnlvMa1 14% after the Belgian paratroop
Firestone 014 MonlWl1 391'z Wlltra Nth rescue mission ended last week: Court OrderJACKSONVILLE -
FlaPw 48 NaUJalr 83' IIIsFlaPAL Most of these were said to be
80% NaiDist n Woo nwth 18% Belgians.A .

: CAP The
Florida East Coast Railway

added 26 engineers today to a SJr
conform with a federal court

r Injunction old, a company spokesman .

The Injunction went Into offeet .

C Icy, at 12:01 this morning re.
quiring the MUmUacksonvUl
railroad to abide by Its labor
contact with the brotherhoodof
M] locomotive engineers in spits
iy >wpw a tI of
e a w a 23.months.old strike by 11
w rr Ed Hughes of Miami, BLE
e local chairman, said he knew
for certain of 20 union man: ac.
akS r cepted by the FEC but that the
J other six may have been aecepted .
since he had the last re.
Hughes said the union had B7'
men ready for duty but the .
company required new physical
examinations and rejected sev.
r oral veteran engineers.
"Most were turned down for
backs," Hughes said "They + Ilif
started back X rays and are
turning down men who have
r been working for them for years
with these same so-called de.


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