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 4, 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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Rights Slayings

PHILADELPHIA Miss. (AP) Hoover said 19 were charged The FBI refused to say where
-The FBI arrested 19 Missis with conspiring to Interfere with the arrested men were being
slpplans! In c 1 u a I a ( Nesho. federal rights and the other two taken. B was thought they would Cw4
ba County's sheriff and hi* dep. with being! accessories after the be taken to Meridian for ar.ralgnment. .

uty, today in connection with fact of a crime f
the midsummer 1 a y 1 n g s of The FBI said Its information B was a dreary, dismal day t
three civil rights workers her*. would be made available to with heavy overcast as the ar.
Federal agents in t r neb state authorities for possible rests--which had been expected
coat took Sheriff Lawrence murder warrants -
Ralney, 37, and Deputy Sheriff Deputy Price was the last The dad civil rights workers

Cecil Price, 27, Into custody at person to acknowledge seeing Mlchwl Schwerner, 24, and + e1rN
their office a tew minutes be. the trio alive on June 21 and Andre Goodman, 20, both '
fore 9 a.m. Ralney and Price, was one of those who helped white New Yorkers, and James ) e I i
dressed In their khaki uniforms remove their bodies from a ri Chancy, 22, a Negro from Me.rldlan .
surrendered quietly and removed ant earthen dam near here on -came to Neshoba Count .
their revolvers. Aug. 4. ) June 21 to investigate the

Other FBI agents tanned over burning of a rural Negro
this east central Missslsslppl church four days earlier and

town picking up other men. Still the beating of the church eld.
others were arrested at nearby ers ;:wi
Meridian. SHOPPING DAYS Leaving the church cite at :, f

In Washington FBI DirectorJ. illl HRISiM Stf dusk, thy were stopped at the
Edgar Hoover said 21 men edge of town by Deputy Sheriff 4Streamlining J

altogether have been named in Price. Price said they were ____
criminal charges in connection speeding He took them to Jail.
with the deaths last June of An. Price said he released the A LOCAL CHAPTER of the American Field Service

drew Goodman and Michael trio six hours later-eround 10 Of was organized yesterday (in meeting At the Senior Christmas Mail

Schwerner, two white New p.m.-after Chaney put up $20 High School Officers and committee chairmen were

Yorkers; and James Chaney, a bail bond. The deputy said the Reserve Forces elected Officers( ate, seated from left; Mrs James Peak At Hand

Negro from Meridian. youths beaded toward MerldL. n, Adams secretary ; Mrs. Rae" Hendrix, president; ;

an.They Phil Dnibyshire. treasurer: And E George (Rogers,
Mariner 4 Goes again. were not seen alive Seems Imminent vice pteaident. From left, standing are : Edmund: Use Zip Codes

Lowe, coordinator Tom Bernard student .
; ,
f representative
Into Wild Roll disappearance shockedthe WASHINGTON (AP) For Hilly Crawford chairman WA8HINOTON AP) This
; nation and touched off the the second time In two years, ; for homes; and (
Mrs D Is the time of year the folks at
J. Roan school
most Intensive search in Mis. defense officials appear to be representative
Plans Changed the office
slsslppi history. The for (NEWS poet glance nervouslyat
While preparing major surgery on photo) the say for signs of snow, talk
PASADENA Call!. (AP) House took aa active Interest. military reserve forces. of possible transportation
The VA spacecraft Mariner 4 1f.READ An Intensive
search by FBI
Just what form that very seriously and,
went into a wild roll early to. OUR ADS agents, Mississippi state troop. will take Is not yet clmr surgery. stud. Cost Of above all, keep their fingers
day, probably delaying for at ers and Navy personnel ended ies have been under way In both High Living Not crossed
least 24 hours an attempt to Aug. 4 when FBI agents dug the Air Force and the Army. For Christmas Is curtly
fire a rocket that would send it Into
Santa'sSchedule a new earthen dam near three weeks away
closer to Mart. Philadelphia and discovered the The service recommendationsare "The peak nailing period Is
The malfunction -first ..erl.oa. three bodies. awaited by Secretary of De. Inflation Say Economists upon us right now," a department .
problem since the launching Hoover said the FBI, In narrowing tau Robert .. McNamara, spokesman said today a*
of Mariner 4 Saturday-came at she ma4ve fund of post who will make lie final deci.slons. .. ... .' e be discussed the delicate deliv '
the start of a delicate maneu. Santa Clam' schedule for the slble suspects directed Us at. By IAU DAW30N and the causes of former over. cry system that Is designed to t

vet to position the spacecraftfor next few weeks has been seta tent ion primarily toward known Indications print to possible AP Business Newt Analyst heated rises and disturbing turn. get your mall to you before the

the firing of the small rock. followst members and sympathizers of heavy losses for the Army and NEW YORK (AP) The coat bles aren't present now or have holiday not after It.
et In Its base. December Xu Klux Klan "which group Air Force Reserve, perhaps vlr. of living continue. to rise but little punch. The deadlines have been ported
Jet Propulsion Laboratory 4th 4:30 pjn. to Includes most of those arrested
tual elimination the government us that the promotional
8:30 PublU Cen uf the Reserveand assures All of this also It tied Into Ihe campaignmounted
scientists sent a series of com. p.m. Shopping today.
Its merger with the Nation. this isn't Inflation. new thinking on federal flnane. "Shop early, mall
minds which were to be storedin ter j December 8th, 10 ion. to
al Guard. This can be confusing to mul. Ink which will Influence the early, use alp codes" and the
Mariner 4's electronic mem. 4 pan., the Santa Claui house tltuties of Americans who look budget trouble spots that turned up In
and later. These The aim of any new stream now taking shape. Taaes'can
ory obeyed an Fifth Avenue December
; upon Inflation In terms of con. be cut when the previous years hopefully have
commands Included giving up 11th, 4i30 p.m. to 8:30 pjn., lining would be elimination of sumer prices When the cost of Is Treasury been erased.This ,
running a deficit and the
wasteful and cumbersome du. ,
lock Its celestial
its on guide
Kwtk Chek Shopping Center; goods and services roes up they economy will be healthier tor It. month the Poet Office
plication and strengthening of
post, the distant star Canopus, December 12th, 10 ajn. to 4 call It inflation Or, put the cither The federal debt will rise and Department expects to deliver
to roll Its the readiness of Reserve forces ,
starting so nose
Santa House December way around when the dollar the annual billion pieces of mail, 100 mile
would be pointed closer to pjn. | which cost about $3 billion a Interest on It, but! the
Mars 18th, 4:30 pjn. to 830 p.m., year to support buys less than last year, to them general prosperity mates up for lion more than last December
Sunshine Foodwiy Center December that's Inflation. Once again the department Isaoklng
1 Pentagon planners find It But government economists for adherence to mall
Paper Ballot Use 19th, 10 '.m. to 4 pjn., hard to understand why the are saying, with considerable, The coil of living, as 81.... deadlines

Santa house. Army and Air Force should evidence to back them up, that red by the government's con. For gift' parcels to distant
For Amendments December 21st through 24th, maintain dual organizations times are different now and so sumer price indei. rose oa al. point In the United Slates the
10 ajn. to 4 pjn. Santa house. the Reserve and the National are the terms to describe con. most all fronts I la n October lo hits deadline Is Saturday, for air

Might Help-Adams Additional hours the' eveningsof Guard serving essentially the .. record 101.9. per cent of theI937.BI parcels lo servicemen overseas
the list through the 23rd same purpose, The real Inflation took place average This was 1.1 percent Dee: Ols the dale, for local girt
MIAMI (AP) Going back to may be scheduled at the Shopping during and after the war. R WM higher than la October ladS parcels It Is Dee 14, and for
paper ballots for constitutional But the rise held within the
Centers, to be announced considerable and painful To. local greeting cards Dec. II
amendments only might expe.dtte later. United Fund day's slow if steady creep" of llv.tog range thai has characterised It
voting In Florida, Secretary costs to higher ground Jut for most of the last four years.The .
of State Tom Adams says part of the continuing upswingOf government experts the rise Man Hekl Here For
Adams, in Miami with a Leg. Special Shopping $1,500 Short business activity of personal to continue al about the same
Illative Elections Study Commit. Incomes of general rat. the ret of this year. The Theft CommittedIn
tee, said Thursday he believes, Hours Suggested The Greater Maple United | Indel means thai It takes'I Ol.eo
however, that voting machines I NEA Telephoto) Fund drive le still about 11.000 :::.rhtnrI bigger, but not In. now to buy what you could get Pennsylvania

should be mandatory all over The Chamber of Commerce short of Its S70.ISS goal, but! The tor f 100 la the un... period. Herbert
Florida for voting to fill offices. NOBEL WINNER Dr, Drive Chairman C. JT, Copleyremains same thinking applies to Longacer, local bo-
Adams said he also favors has suggested a plan for Charles Hard Townei. above, hopeful the coal will the current attitude toward bus.Iness B ls the steadiness of the rat. tel and restaurant employee! ,
limiting the number of local is. late Christmas hopping hours was awarded the 1964 Nobel 1 be reached. cycles The economists are of rise u much as Ihe small. Was masted Monday night for

sues that could go on the ballot, for merchant members to con: Prize for Physics Jointly with "There are still quite a few saying that wide and often sharp sees of H that comforts the LewUtown Ft., polke where
tightening absentee voting processes slier in their planning for the two Russian scientists for reports that are nd la and many swings up and dove were the economists. To them Inflation he 1s charged with the burglary
and adding voting ma. next few weeks. their work on the newly din business eMibllihments have yet traditional marks of as economy something sharp and marked of s Western Auto Store. The
The to hand In' their adjusting Itself after i war. To. Implies real deterioration In the
china and poll worker schedule would include covered laser maser princi envelopes he day's sum of $360 was allegedly' *
Rep Jesse Yarborough of (all listed evenings open 'til ple, said peacetime one Is different purchasing power of the dollar ken by !the burglar.

Dade County said write-in can. 9 pjn.j Fridays December

dldates should pay qualifying 4 and llj, Friday and Saturday
fees and prove they have the December 18 and 19; Monday 1 Will Attend Commission Meeting
ecessary qualification to fill an .
office: If elected to It. through Wednesday, December
Yarborough and Adams both 21 through 23. On Christmas I

said the practice of voter chal. Eve stores would close at
Urges should be continued the normal hour. Everglades Delegation To Push For Welcome Station

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EVERCLADEJ-Mayor Cecil offered to man the proposed dun any other single thing "> can be told what there U to buggy and alrbosi rfciea,the saw
Oral and Chamber of Com welcome station once fc U built, point out the MturaTbiuwry and and how
see to see it best,, ipoT. d beauty of the Tan Thou
a merce representatives will appear because of the importance of the interesting tilings 'n <" In she said Collier' County of. sand Islands teaches, fishing, I
before the
County Commission such I facility to Everglades vsrlitd
Collier tatty: fen and unusual types and exotic wildlife Mrs.Smith
Tuesday\ 1 p.m. to and the surrounding stns. Mrs.
At s welcome station,tourists of actrvUlea, such u swamp pointed out
urge that a way be found to Smith told Chamber of Com

finance construction of the pro- merce members

posed welcome station at Car
She pointed out that travel
.l nest own." ers by the hundreds stopped at
Tbe welcome station
the mobie welcome station
has been me main goal of the
loaned by the Florida Develop*
Chamber of Commerce for the
men Commission to roe Ever
past year. At the chamber'srecent
r glades Chamber recently I It
4 annual meeting, chamber :
was stationed for 10 days at
president Mrs Jmlrh
the Camestown Intersection
retxnphatlMd. the importance '
featuring s Seminole wornaa .A.t { ti
f'1 ?
of having !the faclliry built. J rq
making native crafts
The County ertglnaUy planted 'Id rw tt
to DM secondary: road finds Mrs. Smith said the Csmes. ,... wr ,:

to construct the welcome sts* town location Is the lovfca) ;

lion, but the ConunUslon was place to construct s facility to
MRS. OTTO KRESS .. presented thus morningwith
advised. fits would the entire ,
not be le* serve cowry, Ever
"Life in the Naples Hospital a
Membership fommun
gal. These road funds" can be glades Is south of the bur
I Corporation by Joseph A Bertulamt
hospital wed to bring die proposed site section, Immab lee ronh, ( -
administrator Mrs. Kress and her husband. Dr. ? to grade wfch 10.X10 yards Ochopee east.and Naples. ,Mar ,. 1
Otto Kreas, have each become life members of the of fill. co, and laS rf Capri west ,

Corporation. Dr and Mrs. Kreas moved to Naples A Fiortia Highway patrol -A welcome ration at Car.mstoevn. ;

in 1948 from Appleton.NlK... and Mrs Kreas hasbeen nation is $tcnedaiad be Milt staffed by personnel A m + k ,

volunteer auxiliary worker at the hospital thorny os the same slot, the who know the entire area can a

mainly at the telephone .switchboard since Ha open- owheast comer of tM. 41 do much to help sfl of ColUtrCounry.

tog in 1958. Mrs Kress is also a staff aid memberof and W 21//, ." Mrs. lentil declared. STATE ROUTE 29 u it intersects with Tamlaml Trail is the site of the pro ,

the American Red Cross (NEWS photo) The ewrgladesChamberhas "to my opinion, k will do more posed Welcome Station *, II


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MethodistsFor I Fight Reds

AlgeriarI.ES i Village

OUADHIAS Algeria mary class In a little church r>e
( \P) The Methodist Churchand preaches in French and a trans ): (ILR.

the Soviet Communist party later convert It into Kabylle .

r urn waging a quiet battle for since this 1* Kabylle country .
souls in this little upland village an old center of resistance

1 1i ti, "'entralAlgeria. against the French.
Tim Russians have arrived In "I tell them stories from the

i umfoeri. assisted by group Bible," he said "They like the
i iellll r I "t1I satellite countries stories where the good people

Mat( lied against them are the triumph over the bad."

Rev John Paollnl, from Cran Many of those Bible stories

> tail t r I'i'' bUll N.J and his wife, Mart.t also are In the Koran, and they ,
? >), He has been a Methodist sound familiar to some of the M -

minister for 10 years, four of 150 or so villager who crowd t--

them in Algeria and the past 14 into the church on Sunday.
month in this village Young people come to his lib

The Russian have started nary located conveniently in a
building a village for Algerian main street of the village It 1*

w + not far from here The Job start far better stocked than the lib. ENVELOPES Girls> of one of
ed with considerable fanfare six racy In the Soviet camp but he IMMOKALEE STUDENTS STUFF
of Immokalee
months ago but baa slowed would like more Illustrated Airs[ Maxine Deal's business education classes High

down. Young Russian, Yugo American magazine School prepare 1964 Christmas Seals for mailing: Forming an assernblv .

r : i reYp? stars, Czechs, Bulgarians and The Soviet camp will containa line the girls soon have the piles of envelopes and seals

Algerian are living In tent small hospital. The Methodist neatl stacked for mailing
near a wooden headquarter have been running a hospital at
: which display picture of Alex. Zeouin also in the Kabylle country .a a I aN Arent.

el N. Kosygln new premier of for more than 30 years Unearth Ancient
INTERIOR and simple altar of St. Leo's Catholit Hunch the Soviet Union, and Todor The Russians are expected to

in Bonita Springs, are examples of recent changes in traditional hurch Zhlvkov premier of Bulgaria bring In machinery to show the Bones, May Be Clue t4ov'nPf.-'J6liNaNaen 4ewsl

A-fiame the of :100 was Young men come from the villagers modern farming That
design. Built on an church has a capacity BY MRS. W. H.
dedicated last August 16th. Under the direction of Father Joseph Soviet Union and satellite to will make an Impression, but so To Missing Link .
far the 1 all -
pastor doing right %
E. Beaumont, the parish, which was started two years ago last Sep work two to four month con GAINESVILLE (AP-A burly

tember, includes residents of Bonita, Bonita Beach, Naples Park, to strutting build the model village. The aim 1* beast' ancient bones, unearthed. A minor accident occurred last there 2 year and 3 months, He
a farm
Vanderbilt Beach, Estero and San Carlos Park. Sunday masses are with tile and brick apartment village In north Florida, have given to.ologlst Saturday when Sid Skipper notl..d .:. went through Germany and said
PresbyterianYouth link In the
at 7 :30 and 9 :30 am (McGiath photo) house Instead of the rock a of missing the sloth. while flying over the Big the people were certainly friend.ly .
evolution Cypress area, that a cowling pin He 1* going to spend Christ.
To Hear
house usual in
-- this part of the Dr. David Webb of the nor.
J3 cub in with
had come loose on the mal Germany Mn

Baptists DeaconsTo from 6(30 to 8:30 p.m. plans Church Directory country.small school They, teaching are running French a William Taylor Ida and State teeth Museum found said at leg Hale bones, 10 plane he was piloting Sid land' Jimmy Spires' mother and tarn.lly .
A he was Mr. and Mrs
are the of Christmas ed to fasten the pin ( JlmmySplrei
toenjoy spirit
Amended to Algerian teenagers whodidn't William H Taylor director miles west of Gainesville, were off myrtle bush caught are residents of Immokalee
Being taking a ) Hi
Meet Monday by helping some of the write any language at all. sloth"completely
of admissions of the Florida those of a giant ground the right front wheel, causing will get a 3day pass December
The December meeting of the needy families In Naples Your Changes In? Signs In the headquarter Presbyterian College at St. different from any the plane to spin on the ground, 24th. His brother, Kent is In
The Reverend Robert F.Martin urge everybody to work for "
Petersburg, will address mem. before.
damaging the Korea. Kent left Monday by plant
Jeacoru of the First Baptist Is The county-wide church directory communism and against cor in life pic. prop.
pastor. bets of the Senior High Croup of The creature Sid walked out of the Woodland for San Francisco Call from
Church will be held Monday. which normally runs ruptlon, capitalism and dlshorw bear-alied ;
the First Presbyterian ChurchIn tuned a* a shaggy .
Into town where he got co. there he flew to Korea. H* will
December 7, at 1130 p.m. The on Friday, Is deliberately with- eat,. One of Algerian President Spencer Hall at 7 o'clock animal shambling around In the owner of the plane, Ed Gallops be there 18 months. Wayne was

group hopes to Inaugurate a PASTORS FREED held today because the NEWSIs Ahmed Ben Bella's slogan Sunday night. Ice age 20,000 to 50,000 years Together they went to the plane graduated from Immokalee High

"flock"program that 1s designed BERLIN. West Germany AP) compiling a new listing Incorporating urge Algerian to be ready to Anyone Is welcome to attend, ago. The modem sloth, skunk. Sunday, repaired the damagedprop School; Kent finished his education
Numerous Protestant pastors and take dl. for the country. regardless of according to lied or a little larger spends
to give each deacon a limit- changes which age and flew home.SKATING In the Army. They have
lay church workers have been Paollnl his his home a short
Ills Polly Williams Christian most of Its time clinging upside
ed number of families to serve. effect seasonally In the various been In South Carolina, at theFt
among the hundreds of "political distance away In the village. Education director of the church. down to tree limb RINK
A Christmas has also churches. Jackson Army Engineering
party prlioncrs" quietly released from Russian have called on him '
been amounced, to be held by prisons In communist East Germany It Is hoped that an up-to-date and he ha* visited the Soviet A new skating rink was open School; Fort Leonard Wood,Mo,

the 12 yearSunday School Class in recent months, according directory can be readied for camp but they don't see much ed for business last Saturday on and finished at Fort Polk, La.

on Wednesday December 9, to church sources here. next Friday Pastors who have of one another He run a libra the New Market Road, when Lou They have had an exciting 1U
Paul PoorIn Pease opened his "Rinky Dink for the past ten months.
not sent In their new scheduleof ry where he teaches French and Pope Visits Skating Arena. Pease operateda
services are urged to do soimmediately English to Algerian His wife
. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plw, Fie, rVIJ.y December, 4. I H64 teaches a kindergarten and prl.Yo" skating rink here 10 )'eanlO STREET PROJECT
in the portable rink opposite the Work on the main street widen.
Kent Theatre and also conducted Ing is entering Into final stages
Bombay's Slum AreaBOMBAY boxing and wrestling on Saturday as workers poured the final sea

nights under sponsorship of the lion of Z inch sealer in a stretch
American Legion. The new rink between the railroad track and
India (AP) Pope,I was In the 80* u Pope Paul
i* equipped with shoe skates in second street last Thursday
Paul VI visited a wretched slum, motored through bumpy slum size to fit everyone from 4 year The "sealer" Is ,taroUkllubostanc.
04rc CorJialnviteJ area of Bombay today, comforting ., street to Don Bo.cO. a Cath. up. It 1* located In the new which seals out rain and
the destitute and the Wand Ollc boy high school. melon shed next to Circle W Res. weather conditions from the road
\ At the school crowd of at
wiping tears from his
eye, taurant and has a smooth treat. base and is a preparatory coatingfor
u he talked with orphan boy of< least 100,000 Jammed the street ed cement floor which skaterssay
the final laying th..phatt.
for two blocks perching in trees
various h11l11.'I'bou.ands Is easier and better to skate This week a second section
Richards Roofing Service 2s4fttcnJ they C Jammed the equal. and on balconies and lining the on than a wood floor. from second street to sixth street

**.*. Ml MM w : 10 < 3NrCri Id streets, training for sglimpse rooftops.Shortly before the pontiff are "Later on we may have a few was being readied for a layer of
of the Roman Catholic boxing and wrestling shows, If sealer Meanwhile, all curbing
Sunshine Hardwire pontiff. Rioting threatened u rived, the surging throng burst there I* enough interest and demand and sidewalk have been poured
out of control and engulfed a
Yeur CeoipMe Merwere Mere" police fought to maintain a path for it," Pease sala and worker are busy on the east
ell Mk A_ i* C for the papal entourage but narrow path police were tryingr Skating hours are from ( p.m. end of the project laying and
U frantle. keep tor the papal car.
oiee loudspeaker appeal;
our r Police In steel helmet bran. to 11 p.m-, Wednesday through spreading the lime rock bue
Naples Rexsll Store 4 calmed the crowd moments be. .to 5:30 .
bamboo Saturday, and front 2p.m Exact completion date Is notcer.tamn
dished lead.welghted
M* Hk A_ *... fore the Pope arrived Sunday afternoon No skating on at this time because of wea.
clubs and shoved the crowd
The Pope opened bit third day
Sunday nights Monday orTuesday. ther conditions, but it is gener.
The Bank of NapUiOrewln In India by celebrating an out. back. .
wHH N.pl.. .<* These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church door Mass In a Catholic school People near the front lost ally agreed before It the will end not of the be year com.plet14 ,
Call,., CMHrty "IIC' IMfMemker stadium He then walked to a their balance. A* they fell,
f.D.I.CHartley' and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. nearby orphanage for breakfastand crying out In fear and pain peo. HE'S IN FRANCE Residents are asked to retrain
Mrs Helen Baker received from attempting to cross On
from there drove mile pie behind them also toppled. a
Variety Store through the teeming street for Hundred of creaming persons letter from her son, Wayne Sage street where the sealer .li being

so wa.k. ....... ewIeBob's one appointment after another were on the ground in an In. stating he arrived In France, Friday applied until after sand has been
the 13th, and will be stationed spread over the fresh tar
... "Many of us have no father,
Paltry Shop WQWORV lS.year.old Tony Mascerenu The crowd yelled Insults and -

.ae.. em etN*. MI MTU said u he welcomed the Pope to obscenities at the police.
,r-.N. said: OoW. Deity"
the orphanage. "Many of us But the loudspeaker appeal

have no mothers. Some, like calmed them as the Pope ar.
Naples Federal Saving* 143 Make Honor List
me, have no one In this world." rived In a government sedan
and Loan Association The Pope wiped hi* eye a* Instead of the white convertible
*M Mk Awn *.. Ml lev the boy continued "You have brought from the Vatican for his

left Important people and grand use. The hardtop sedan appar.
Jim'i! Sunoco place to see us in our poor ently was a security measure to At Naples Senior HighThe
lifetime OurinlM4. Muffler home. We cannot give you any. protect him from the pressing
Ml I4UI er ....71 ........, PI* t thing because we have nothing. throngs.

W. Give 'HmpMaples t But we ask God to reward your A deafening roar went up as
/ holiness." Pope Paul emerged and raised second reporting period Miller.Suzanne Moreau uurle

Coin Laundry The Pope Joined 30 of the his arm In bling.Impossible Honor List at Naples Senior Price, Diane Ratmey, Nina
I*.* QtM*.* w....... a R home' tie boy for breakfast, High Is comprised of one hun- Reeder, Penny Salmon, Wendy
1 Wash
U,I. Hwy Bis 41 N. 4 y Wit"... ...... praying with them and drinking dred and forty students. Threeof Snow. Terri Stacey, Tary Un-
0*.. 14-Mewr. N. Neplee e1e coffee and orange juice. The To Go these earned First Honors. keless, Susan Wood.
W. Heerr Owner + J tllN u boy had milk tinged with cof. FIRST HONORS Seniors HONORSj Sophomores
fee, Jam sandwiches and or. To Hell Any MoreHELL Aim Rogers Randy Bass Caner Bryan,

Naples Furniture Co. ItJ ange. Calif. (AP) A funny HONORS Seniors -- John Robert Cowden. John Craig

m .... Timl.nl TreM The Pope announced a gift of thing happened to this little des. Bass, Billy Bryan,Steve Clark. George Frye. Paul Harris
$10.000 to the orphanage.' And to ert town often the butt of '
BB Builders Specialties : QuentlnCol Ins.WayneJenkliu. Nick Pedro, Gary Pettit, Ron
each of the boy he personally
tm ..... Ml I.UM distributed Rosaries and com. many bad Jokes. You just cantgo Richard Johnson, Dwight Morton nie RitchIe Elliot Smoian,
to Hell
Plywet) Deere BulMere Mil. memoratlve medals. anymore. JackNlpper.JobnRleh.rd-: Stephen Steele, William Stein-

lelll.,. NuMvIn Denier Lecki : A* he left the room, some highway The California smashed
Cafeteria boy were examining their Ro. the dickens out of Hell. Engl. James wills, Patricia Allen ny Alexander Susie Arm
lamplighter cries and medal and Susan Ballard Winnie Diane Pam
a few nears reasoned that a new free. Below. strong, Bethany.
Oi.nHn. U{. 41 ...
el 4 Centre ...**... Pie. h e continued eating. way routing was more Impor. Pat Blgley. Llsbeth Binder, Coe, Mary Helen Corwin, Sarah
Goodbye, goodbye," the tant. Cherie Blanchette, Diane Bowers Dun.Patricia Geary Jackie

C A. Anderson y, Pope" laid. "Bless you, bless Gone are the post office gas Sklppy Boynton. Cherry Gollnlk. Stephany Higgins Dana

,....,.., 4 Cirterl** r you. station and the one lone restau Chickening Unda Cochnm, Marie House. Debby I Kepp,
..,,,,.. At St. Xavier School stadium
PelntlnS' 0. s Claudia Combs, DInette Faer- Gent; Krushefsky Paul Loach
where he celebrated the
WelIp.p.r/. outdoor
tN.4. In nearby Indio there kWstands ber, Nancy Fisher Mawby,
..... MI. tarn PO. Sac liftMarathon Mu., ticket were given 16,000 a Ucn that StephanieHall Carroll Martin, Nancy
"...w. ?a people and police said at least 4,. 100 miles of desert reader ahead ,MlcW Hatche,Linda Henson Margaret Moss Pat Repast,

r 000 more pushed their way In. right through Hell Peggy Hood, Caddie Hum Pam Rice, Janice Richardson,
Dredging Corp Wearing a crimson cape over phrey, Lynn Johnson, Missy Jane Rogers Debby Rossi, Suzanne -

.Marine Len CwwInMlleA end his white cassock: Pope Paul LuleJUn. Vicki Marlow Trudy Southey, Carolyn Sue

sins D.v.Mp.n.Medl ......... "....... appeared tired when he arrived Mentally) RetardedIn Marshall Pat Martin Linda Walker Mary Whitener,LataneWinfree.

Garry and I first\ last Saturday It was the people's Olde but during the ceremony he Morrison, Georgia Noble Darlene .
Trail Builders Supply I won prize young seemed to gain energy and Florida To Get 1 Page Susan Prince Carol

Tyme costume party at the church, and we had a wonderful time. poke with vigor\ about Ma Journey Rogers, Vivian Rose, Cathy
Company to India, $268,860 From U.S. AntiSemitismLess
........ "1wWa I go to almost everything the club puts on, and of course there are Iota of "We do not feel ourself a Sonja Schryver, Laurie Standridge,
TALLAHASSEE Flor. Starling Carol
( ) Thomas
West Coait Furniture activities besides parties and dances. We visit hospitals we collect and repair aid.stranger"7L.among )'OU." the Pope Ida has been allotted $266,560Federal LInda Uillch, sheryl WalUn, In OpenMIAMI
Pope I* at
c-_e I.LnNri. toys for underprivileged children, and we help with various church events. wherever the Church Is fund for building belli. Gail Wtncheu. Joanne Wood- The

.. III A_ ... ...**... Pie We have regular religious discussion groups that often get me so interested home. The Church everywhere at ties for treating mental retarda.. ward. American bftCri Jewish(AP Committeesaid ) -

Charles R. LeBuff I continue the discussion around the family dinner table all week long! Mom 1* closely united to the people in lion To get the money the state FIRST HONORS Junlors- today a study shows that

Cabinet Shop and Dad don't mind though They think it's good for me to be mixing with meat all their of the effort for" the better most submit to federal autborl. taker.Kathy Repass and Yvonne WM- open antl emttlsm has declined

DeteH Cek4Ml FvmttuVe\ "....1. other young Christians, and they never worry when I'm over at the club. After Mass nation., Pope Paul visited tee a construction plan setting HONOR3.Junlon-Roo sharply In the last IS years, but
out the need for the proposed Ben.der could make a swift comebackla
AMNu. Rapn/wtlr 6[. Paul's
Your and worthwhile activities for Church nearby. About The division of Sun. John Berlault. Robert Bl- time of social trials.
M lv> M. *.. MI saes own church offers many enjoyable SOO 111 | facilities.
person *a
patiently In. land Training Centers will ad. anch1. KarryCamacho.Richard Result of a wy conducted
Van Der Veer Christians of fiery age. Why not joint You'll be warmly welcomed. side under rotating ceiling fans' minister the program Cash. Richard Clemons Tim by Rutgers University sociology

Music\ Center waiting for the blessing\ The federal money must be Darts, Ray Ellen,. Dudley Prof. Charles Stember were an.Boonced .

Cx-.pl**. toMtnMtMi ..a D.p.A..d The mldmoratng temperature Itched by the state.Ce4Hwifi f e.y ln rv ".MBNIIT T.e CHUf'CH root Au. Au. row TM. CMUMCH H lltsen. Tom k4attex. board meeting by Dr.
?. George
..MUSIC. DIP Ml MSH Trtwa .._ .w ..y w.wwMtL..knw" Anse .... .. Pouocfc. Tommy Provenzano John Slaweoa. AJC executive
ltN I Blk H illLLw.-.a iII r.Lad.Me -' "014'" vice presldei SUwso said the
::: =ed..YW.a. : TI>'e a***:.* .t tent: AM avid James Reeves study and will
_oi.-w_. r r r r .,a M .... I.k4e SciwH Harry Reid collateral pipers
<< .. ef le ,John
.. Rosa Ed the
o.ItIIN4 (- e w r r Q..c e.e. be published to IMS ender

K_"' ........ a.rk% tae = ::::= = -= :=.-.-=-":.wl- -sew GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Stoner,James Tints Bob Van- title "Jews ta the Mind of Amer

Naples laundry & 'I .......... "& .... - wrueay.wwr+. over Suzanne BaBy Car e teaSUvtoo
MODERV RELIGIOUS BELIEFS COMPARED Banks Pam een. Allison said one of t. e
Cleaners, Inc. Sunday Monday Tueeday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Bowes Gat Sue study's meet significant rtadiags
tea* sen AM. .. MI .K: I Chronicle Romans I Corinthian I Corinthian Philippine I Thesaalonlana James ITH FINDAME.NTAL CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES Cory Ann chlckertnj. was But Jew are bug Increasingly
"One Diy .....Ic. Avou.Ni" 11:1.11 12:4-U 6:7-11 ':19-IT 1:2.11 1:1-1 :M-37 Donely, Carol todlvWuals"rather
.., viewed
Lib. ", Downs Ann Erlckson. Jill a*
Fries.Jank this as a special tied
MeroMa, Wenk* U:M A Me Fulton. Am Fus- of people with fixed qnalltle"
sell. t.te:1nda:
CellfeH Reel sal V. B. U GUb Donna Finn Most American* BOW look apt*

OM Kilt East ef The Ceeirty Ce-wtkeeee. pam Hand: Sue, Kenning. Don- jew u member of a religions
B* How.E llIa: I..cIIp1te. group nsteed of a root er DIe

Valerie McDonald. Harterte atonality, aUwson aald.REDWOOD .


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S i
> ALICE RRDENBU'GHChrlatmaa 1i 1'l
It so near and here wand back and find fault. He
I ill-no card addressed. no noted the Beat Naples civic meet
r gifts bought no notlUn1. Think Ings are for the purpose of dU
I may be starting to get the apir. cwatnf community problems and
it tho' for I am enjoying tile urged everyone to attend the r
i Christmas carols I hear on tile monthly meetings.
Y Yf
t radio And Tuesday night I no. V you nave wondered whst lOll f 9
I u
aced the two beautiful, lighted OB at the Sbadowlawn School 1".
tree* at the Dupree Apartmeota cry Wednesday night, its a Math
on Frtnclf Avenue. They arc claas for teachers! A Math pro.
sure pretty. Next week, I'U lessor come over from j college
get busy oa th* East Coast each week and .
Guess this was the week for Judging by all the cars we see : .t
parties Lynn Relnertsen of perked there, hhaae. large clean \L.
Francis Avenue W.. hostess ata of students.
bouseware party and Pauline I ran Into some more fellow ATTHACTIVELY decorated doorway greeted "STl'\XlNt: : ; :" is the wulut at Mrs Eugene
Towneend pve a party at her Hoosiers last week. Former guests A\\ annual !Naples Woman's Club] Christmas Paiku ui-iliHiiman of th.' ha / sat'\ lets the Chntt- : <; fh.iiinuiii ami aides Mi: ';

home on Barrett Street Thur*. Hoosiers, that la. They are the Fiesta \t'st.'rdnr Mrs Thomas: MUIIHX ( left ) mils xpnit !Cto her head Miv :N, S. :McMullfticwih.iiinian (lheiim I linger: \ (It ontii,l' ) )n neral hnnniA

day morning Barkers of Barker's Drugs in stops to hat< with :MINoiman .1 1 belt a member of the Chustnux Table Booth, i IS an smiles she, MirM\ ,ilu ,oowdt enjoMnn the
Our sincere sjrmpatli- MYs.PhyUls East Naples Shopping Plaia. The audienceWoman's event o huh took main month of woik ni l
of the bazaar connmtti i >if\n\ I ,i pl>'asant *PPi "Hiati\o
Luxem on the death of Mr and Mra. are Robert and planning (lit hei left is :llto. Ruth ld.IIIIlChllli.co.chairn'11 > .
her husband Leo Luxem this Rosemary and their children are hour of bro'sinlC.EVEN ; of tin- \llI'IlItllllTitbit, Booth anton

week. ll.year.old Barbara and nine her right MIN \Vnnda Clark ( 0111111 lit,'1' mn

ENTERTAINS GUESTS y.aroOld Mrs.Doug.Warren Burkholder of I Club Bazaar ber.

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Parrackof Lake Kelly la spendlngtwoweeka
Kelly Road entertained guestsfor at Hot Springs, Ark. I
several days this week, Mr. Mr. and Mra. James Gillett \\\L$ \ 1

and Mrs. George Call,from JupU returned last week to their win. 'Resounding Success'The 1
|er, and Mrs. Marthas alley from ter home here In Lake Kelly from
Rochester Minn. their summer home In Eaton -

Miss Janet Raulerson, a student > Rapids, Mich. tb Naples Woman's Club tra. perishables to till Naples Wei.
at University of Florida, ditional ( hrtstmas Fiesta held fare Association. So In spite !!) e>Tra
was In Naples last weekend visit. FLU TIME yesterday in the club house from of the abundance of food, none
tog her grandparents Mr. and There Ismuchslcknessmailng 10 to 4, was described by Mrs. was wasted.
Mrs John Raulerson of Andrews the rounds now. Several teach. Catherine Berger, chairman
Avenue. era and many students Shadow a "reso coding success from be. SOLD OUT EARLY
Several carload of folks from lawn School have been absent due ginning to end" The colorful and original
the East Naples Baptist Church to the flu or cold 'bug'. Char ( A holiday air prevailed aprons, under the direction of r
attended M-night at the Fort My. lotto Morgan manager of the throughout the club with many Mrs. A 5. Folgtitner, wore an
ers Baptist Church Tuesday school cafeteria has been little ( baskets oi ferns and flowers earl sell-out as were the or. M MN
night. under the weather too. bUl(1nc1rOln the ceiling Christ. note Christmas wreathes and s
Mrs. Ruby Pat-tin fourth grade On Thursday, Shadowlawn mas trees in silver and green centerpieces on the Christmas
teacher attheShadowlawnSchool, School enjoyed a program of glittered In the corners and on table Mrs. McMullen and Mm
was called to her former home In acrobatic stunts put on by troop { the stage Each table laden Ruth MrLaughlln were In charge
Kentucky, because of the illness here from North Carolina but with food and beautiful articlesfor here -

of her father originally from London. Young PRESIDENTS MUST' EAT. and Mrs J. G. sale, was gay with evergreensand The baked ham luncheon was
We are sorry to hear that Steve Croak and Mike Vance
bright red ribbons Mrs. served under the direction of
"Pen" Penglase of Washington from the first grade were taught Seaberg, head of the Naples Woman's Clubis Eugene N Parker, co-chairman Mrs Earl Hodges and Mra. Nor.
Avenue Is still on crutches! He some of the basic Jumps to show anticipating A dessert of the famous Woman'sClub
small tablet
was the Inspiration for the man Herren at NUT HAi 'kDRuP\ Mrs. Euiff"' Parker, Mr,.
broke bones In his heel more than the students that it was not hard Orange Cake. She is being served by Mrs Christmas decorations assistedby centered with tiny red and white
two months ago and has been In to learn. Last week the school Norman Herren (left) and Mrs Earl G. Hodges Mrs N. 8. McMullen and tulle Christmas trees, which fiiihllM. |III'! ''' ,hnirnian of the, dvrofiitinir
the Veterans Hospital two differ enjoyed a puppet show and the (right), co-chairmen of the luncheon committee, Mrs. Candler Brooks, complemented the white dressesand mitt I I N s Mt Mullen pear attHlwrt a
ent times for x-rays He ts to week before that they weretreaU which was staffed by members of the Junior AU of the food tables did a filmy red aprons of memberswho hai'kr'i. 1 'iniit >i 1111111 i .nvlon and, hand-noun etiuln,
return to the hospital December17th ed to a showing of rope tricks. Woman's Club. thriving business and It was evident served the guests 1II'", !II'"ti 111 I the t"Utlllllllu tatlei'loth awnrdcd to nat
and hopes to get a walking These programs are sponsoredby that many a diet went off One of the molt Interesting and ltuk\ N';, 111101111111 veatridav'n vent.
cast at that time We hope so the School Safety Patrol. the track as each turned In size suiting events of the day came ,
tool! Our Tamlaml Trail is a dusty able profits at the end of the when at StOOp.m Mayer Archie
RUBBBH mess, but nevertheless, motels awarded to the
BAN THE ." day Especially popular were Turner prizes
attendance of East and trailer parka seem to be :-,- ,.,' ,.t. the The '
A goodly -.;; ;, candles and baked goods, most fortunate customers. '
Naples residents turned out for enjoying good business Har. under the direction of Mrs. Ro. exquisite hand-sequlnned Christ Harbor
the public meeting Tuesday night mony Shorts already have 140 of bert EdUce and Mrs. W. A. mil tablecloth was given lo Mr.
at the Shadowlawn School. their 155 Iota filled for the sea Arbaugh, respectively.It Albert J. Crane, 669 Bougaln. r
Wrecked cars, stock cars, sunk.en son. Newcomers and oldcomersare Is Interesting to note that villa Road. The painting,"Blue t Bow Lineal
barges, unmowed lots, excessive arriving almost dally at Palm the delicatessen booth was do. trie", by Mrs. Elsie: \Upham,went .
speeding beer cans and gar Lake East Naples Trailer Park sated so much food this year to Mrt Lyndon Drown 249 8th :
bags strewn along roads unllght. and Rock Creek. ((1 try to keep that the committee under the Street Southi an aqua mohair w
ed bicycles and the draining of ray nose out of Land Yacht liar. direction of Mrs. Kay Anderson sweater to Mrs C T Plfer BY NOMIE ROGER*
the Everglades were some of the bor since thats Naomi Roger'a and co-chairman Kay Franklin Village Green Apartments. Phone MI1.36M
subjects of discussion. (The businesses! decided to give the remaining The beautiful ItfealM doll,

meeting got oft to a pretty rapid cradle and layette was presentedto I know, I pi(Willed you there I find It hard to believe thai,
start and one almost got the Idea HARMONY JUMPING Mrs Bonnie Skelton of Quit wouldn't be a 'ulumn this week, as you read this, I will hsvebeen
that everyone there was mad at Sally Orth of Harmony Shores Towers Mrs Skelton Inime.dlately but, 1 wanted t to wish "IU|>py aboard the Ariadne awhoie week,
theli neighbor, but with the guid.ing tells us that Harmony Hall la Hospital ReportADMISSIONS named the doll "Bonnie. Birthday" tn the following De. and will duck In Miami the next
hand of President Bill E County Commissioner activity. Plant are under way return It to the club to award Ernie !Holmes, Sam Mason, Lois be on my best behavior while
Oewe Polly and attorney James for their annual hobby show, U-25i Ethel McMaddns again next year That Is, If Knox, Marie Stevens, Claude away, but there are to be others
A(Urn B, the temperature dropped square dancing will start next Rflwcca Moore,VIrginia Krev, the dues not begone a (' rand, keldun.. VIe Vail, Harry Smith who wont so I may, have some
from balling point to a nice week potluck suppers are week. Peed Valentine Enrique Canto mother In the meantime- and C'ail' Laubach. Hope Santa ''1ntlreatln Hems for you nlll
smooth simmering! ly occasion and one afternoon a Barker brings you-all a year of happl.n. week.
The audience was told that old week ts devoted to arts and Henry Leroy Myrtle ....
WEARY BUT HAPPY, Mrs George Cowden com ll-2Ci Winifred Perkins
crafts. Also something new bas AlUNO
cars without licenses will be pul. Also want to report on (the big
led away from roadsides Into auto been addedl! The ladies are turn. mittee worker sinks into a convenient chair for Laura Lozano BonitaNews Thanksgiving Dinner we had hereIn We are all sorry to hear that
graveyards. Edwards concluded log out in force for their morn a well-earned cigarette at the close of yesterday's ll-37i Mary Jo McGlnnU, the Park Some 60 folks Haiti LeCIare has been quite 111
that if we are to have a nice clean log exercises at the hall. Woman's Club Christmas Fiesta George Snyder William Me stuffed themselves, and thorough the put few days with t bad.:oId.

neighborhood which we can be Where are the men while this Leod William Kennon. ly enjoyed the three huge turkeys, I know II was a big dlsappoinU
proud of, it will be up to each is going on? Sally tells ua 11-38 TorrlTeed.LeoSny n'all trimmings as well as the most! to Hilda and Fred Valentine
resident to be responsible for his they are 12 miles out in the Gulf der, Mary Mason, Deny Carr, beautiful decorations.The to have 16 cancel their crulee
awn lot and to help his neigh catching loads of red and black She Likes Her Falher-In law John E9ghemt By RAE WEAR turtsyt were furnished by with 'us when Fred war l taken to
bor tn any way he can. It Is grouper. They have really been 11-lOt Itabell Amador Wll Ranking high in ttontti the management here at Naples the hospital on Wednesday even
true, he said, that sometimes having good fishing and the Orth llam Huntley Richard Caper u the enthusiasm of Land Yacht Harbor and were ing The doctor says hersecoine
stead of lending a hand to a fellowneighbor family declare that fish never roasted and carved by Mildredand home Saturday but must rent for
we are too quick to tasted ao good before! Coated Nuts ton, Mae Perrtne, Julia Jones, the members of the local An Manley Smith, Less and Jess a few tftvi, We, too, are all
A new business In East NaplesIt's And Chocolate Teola Howard. League Thomas, Was and Peg Bremer disappointed nut to have them
Worcel Mobile Home Sales ll'SOt Elizabeth Roland. Tuesday afternoon tome IS back
The food cummltleet Ednalmllh, with ",. Hope when we get
Trinity Women next door to the entrance of Har. BY CHARLOTTE DURNO to, but because t have to. I Elizabeth Walker Marjorie wore on hind it the Community Marie Stevens, Mildred Smith Fred Is as good at new Will
mony Shores. That handsome elderly man can't rest until I do. Rlngo Haywood Robertson Hall when plant. and! preparations Edith: Scholt, Alice Wise, Fran be thinking of you both So sorry I
Lycllle and Carl May, longtime you've seen squiring me around We'd like to see Dad make I2lt ContepclonComrerat, were on the agendafor ces Mason and Hate! Holmes,
Gather Tuesday residents of East Naples, Clinton Jordan Laura Lozano the An Showon chairman. Decoration Walter
town U my father-in-aw. Now, hit home here He sorts flu
have taken over the management Eileen Rotten Town December 13 be- and Peg Bond with Gaylord endhalm
Dad U not the usual kind of Into this house Ctppt Sunday ,
The monthly meetingof of Tamlaml Motel. W* under. unorganized Case There will be annth. Castro Throws
regular tend. glnruVig at Iat0.Instruction: .
father-in-law NottreeelHe'ta
He He't
the Episcopal Church Women stand that the motel owner Leo "belong s great In medium er xitJurk supper, SaturdayDe
Chlckertng, ha* gone into the of. downright nice guy. Not that guy. And without a doubt, any camber Blh.
wll\I be held Tuesday at 10j30 nee of Clifford Anderson.real. most father-ln-lawi tren't the beat fither-tn-law In DISCHARGES will prevail beginning nen Our new commodore, Sam Mason 3 Members Of

i.m. at TrtnltyByTheCoveEpiscopal tor. nice. Whit I mean U that he'i town. If this doesn't get me UJSi John Morgan, David Tuesday and each Tuesday following assured us of Ms of fun
Church. Mrs. Richard exceptional. ell even go to another box of chocolate covered Howell William Rice, Muriel when the renowned and things to do this winter here Cabinet In Jail
Plnman will be In chargeof TROUBLE UPON TROUBLE far at to tty that he't the best -I said that before didn't Francis, Nancy Cook. painter Mri. John H, Upham, tn the park To Mart things off,
a Christmas program. Mrs Beck and children of father-in-law In town and If U-.28, William I tarry, Enrique of Naples, will Instruct, beginning there will be I fishing contest MIAMI Fin (AP) A Cuban'
Mrs. Robert W. Kelly, Jr.. Francis Avenue have received this doesn't me mother box Canto, Patty hicks at 1110. for everyone here, beginning In underground radio message
president announced a brief some generous help from neigh of chocolate get covered IJlt.. n0- Myrtle Barker and baby girl In addition Mrt.Ruth I lardy December. There will be prices SH4 Fidel! Castro Das arrested
board meeting Is scheduled for bore, friend and organizations.This will. 17SubZero Rebecca Moore and baby toy, each Tuesday morning it tf.. tuo Naturally, there were a few three of hit cabinet I ministers
9:30 a.m. Coffee will be served I am sure, she apprecl. thing with U21 Nancy Smith and baby hall, beginning ti 9 ..m, U hecklers who tried to get Sam. The message, released, the
Dad visit us
ales When I stopped by to see comes to DI," goat but hi looked them Citizens Committee tor t free
at 10 ajn. her Thursday afternoon she had Just once t year. During dais boy, Ethel McMacklnt and baby conducting: t tegirwiers'class.Mysee ever then saldi "You remind med Cube Thursday, alee mentioned
just received a painful burn on time Tm treated like a queen, girl. Winifred Perkins Laura interested In the in my kids, when they were gunfire I* the presidential
her band from steaming hot let me tell you. Dad helps Lesson. U (invited to attend. IHile I used to promise them palace at Havana
W. J. McClelland water. AU five children have clean the dlshea off the dinner Weather InMidWest ll-Wt Ray Beer, Fred Valentine many U they would be good. I coincided with accounts by
coughs and cold and she plan. table vacuums the carpet car- Emma Murray Virginia Their mother would speak upend recently arrived refugees of un.
Named TSergcantMEWNOCK. ned to take them to the doctor lies out the newspapers and Kreu, Henry LeRoy Irene Red Meat Fruit say Why cant you be good red la Cuba, of rumors of plot
the next day. So It probably empties ashtrays He also Krueger Mildred Frechette.ll29t for mining, like your father against Castro and of t possible

NJ>.-WlUUm seems to her there are good days takes me out to the nicest eating LomISh kJey.tcen-: Supply Abundant ,power struggle within Cuba'
J. McClelland ton of Mr. and and bad days! neth Shepard, Mary Mason, CommunUt perty.
places town. only PRESS
There will be a Mlaslonary BY THE AJ Shell AuctionIn Pauth Paul Bethel eiecutlv
Mrs. William McClelland of he likes w.lk. tool By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 11-30 Patrick 03ulllvtn. and ..
Study at lt0 this Friday night that to Red meal, n secretary of the entice\ com.
Immokalee has been promo- at the Earl Naples Baptist Dad U t faithful reader of Stormy weather, with snow, Deny Carr, TerrlTeed.Uobell tables, attractively priced and "Fort Myers mlttee, said the palace shouting
ted to technical sergeant In the Church. Mrs. Wilbur Williamswill this column. Not. critic, sleet.wl rain and strong winds, Amador and baby boy Tats la abundant sucply, will greet apparently war the one reported
U.S. Air Force at Grand Forks teach from the book, Tron. Just a reader. Actually he nearly all sections of the Howard and baby girl, William the shopper tins weekend. The ton Myrt Shell\ Club tn a Dec I Havana dispatch by
AFB N.D.Sfrgeanr. tiers of Advance" knowt I'm. rather quiet Ml.I nation today, continuing the ell.. Mcteod Tommie Jefferson Beef, lamb and pork lead the bas Invited all (Interested shell New York Times correspondent
McClelland It an A real nice lady said to m* don't really yell at the child- walk pattern of the pest sever.Udays. 131| William Huntley Richard main course department In this Juan fie OnJ. This mentioned' a
airborne electronic equipment this past week, "I saw your ren..much.: And he knows that Ctpenon. John Big Eggs, canned) pink salmon, eeiMrtort shell area to It- "relUtle revert of a shooting
Below cold again tend I )
maintenance technician In i unit column in the paper. Do you zero stung hems fish stick aM 1 Hah portions auction Monday within/ lilt presidential palace In
that the Strategic Air get paid for that atuB7" Well, rm not Just t dumb woman northern Midwest states I war complete the biNlt.bu t list of Decanter 14, si I Pol'll..t the which the bead of the securityguard
supports herMit In the alldrone II below
batting eye la Worth Dakota. sertiona Teen (. iub. Clevelend A"Qn -
Command SAC mission of I think she meant It well for she BIRTHS protel foods in SMy enus for President Oevaldo
( )
The snow sleet and
such a nle lady so I just gusty of the country. M/eri. tAAkoe war billed"
the narlon't Intercontinental ll-25i Mr. and Mrt. Frank-
keeping about Dad la winds raked broad areas from
Another thing will be
Produce "juniera
smiled and said, "' ,hull." Af. Many tpectmens of Florida
missiles and Jet bomber that he stems to un- New England northers Mew tin Moore baby boy Mr. and )
ter all, I'm Just thankful site always Med.au. ram'r'od slid wor 4wds| ) iheKs trill be ,
on constant lien York Mete Into Idaho. Mrt.James Barker.Jr. baby add sinned simfentn in
derstand. Of I realize carrots rauitflower celery
time to read the etua.Gotta \ course ,
dUplay at
too on beginning .._ ,
a .I.r
Driving condition In meet of > of Duehionm
The sergeant la a graduateof CO no*! Call me with when you get to the age Dad It .clrLU tweet corn, lettuce, peppers" Mrs. J,Jill M, Weddl U club IIM.
the states bit by snow and sleet : ,i"' I> MO adds both
La Belle (Fla.) High School. your news Items neighbors, af. you've bad ott of time to get Mr. and Mrt. Melvin potatoes, sweet potato, eve. preside" f. i"J attractive
hazardous and ujtwFLY
were warningswere
HIs wife, Vonda. lithe daughter ter three o'clock please, at Z. understanding but Dad hat anextra Issued by Weather Be. McMacklnt baby rlrl. cadoe, bananat, cranberries,
of Mr. and Mrs Troy H. 1047 measure. real. The bureaus also ported 11-2$, Mr. and Mrt. Ramiro grapes and taogertnea this -

HuM of 1411 Detwood Sc.. Remember, treat others this He tee things. the hidden .heavy enow warnings la Mid. Amador baby boy, Mr. weekend
Shreveport La, week, like ,000'dUkI to. be treat thlng.. jhe things w, never talk west treat, already hit by falls and Mrt Hooey Howard pies Oranges, gr<< frwM in aid ap. m _. NAPLES
See you next week.Jj remain gad bays moot
about. He hat a perception that up to a half loot or more this baby girl. treat.

U unusual and there It t keen weep 13 l Mr. and Mrt. Anemia Crab, i...11...*, *fMr*, MIAMI
t awareness about him. Of The .beavtoet snow fell U the LMO baby boy Mr. and shrimp am risiibut ere hi.
course, be doesn't know ft. Al central pert of the aattoa cover. Mrs Victor Cappt baby girt. plentiful auppir.
Burger least he doetn't act like he lag areas la Kansas, Oklahoma ,, Year. Round Daily Schedule
Mlaeowl std lows, with
know It. Dad doesn't tl:
warnings of hap amounts laaorthera T Miami
Noiv Under I
about himself, and the nicest eertloat of Ollaola lAd
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complain when he bat every Lower Micnlgaa.
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THE FORGOTTEN.. MAN. ... I I Mao Will Continue to LookDown
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t. y I Is' -: BY RAY CROHLEY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 1964 1 .: fIIII\ la HasMftfttn Correspondent

The Fly In The OintmentFurther \ \ LAX ALt Cur riosf1 / .. Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

\ I think the quarrel between the Soviet Union and R,'
reduction extending
tax ,
over tumultuous hullabaloo, is proof peWve \ / China will get worse a* time goes on regardless of whdiM t .
a period of yean, is a bipartisan pledge. that he Is generously endowed with In- \ /' patchwork T* attempted by Brezhnev and Mao

During the campaign that ended on November testional fortitude which is a nice way \ I base this belief Mi my experience two decades ago( \I hn
3, it was stressed by candidate I went nine month In the M M at Unan, Norlh ( hind
of saying he's got guts. and his
then headquarters for !Mao Tse-lunf top lleult-nantv
(of both parties seeking offices from the In all fairness, it must be admitted Mao and his men were out of power and operating till'

presidency on down the list to, presumably that the congressmen and senators who top uar-go\ernment; headquarters from that backwater, .11', ",
of North China Mao' force had not yet shown e\'uk-im' ,
dog catcher. are raising such a ruckus are acting in a q lf, \ t tSlj ability to stand up to the Nationalist Chinese or the Japan

perfectly normal manner It seems safe N'lfNj \ in sustained combat. They considered themselves lul'I' ,

'So far, so good. But unless the warning to say that many of the most vociferous soldier then could go Into battle with 15 round of ammunition 1"1, ,

signs now pointing to more Infla probably agree wholeheartedly with Mc REF Gf V Mao needed Soviet co-operation d .perately. Mao, ( Ii i,,,

tion which simply means more degre- Namara, but as elected representatives; of Icir nes were out-andout Marxist Communist But even *, .

dation of the already cheapened dollar- the people in affected areas they are ex. Mao made it clear that he lost no love on the rulers of Sm ,?(.I,
are recognized and acted upon, tax re pected to get in the hassle end do a little

duction may prove a cruel hoax. More shirt tearing or at least they better hadif liE LEFT NO DOUBT in an>'one' mind that he bdu\t,i

dollars In our pockets do us no good if they expect to get ,.-elected.But he -knew" more about the organization and theory of (0 mmunlsm
than of Russia then-current leaders, intludim
they buy less and less. the time has come for those who Stalin. any

It is pretty well agreed by all concerned have for years screamed and yelled for He considered himself the Intellectual successor to Karl

that the first step should be the economy in government to stand up and :Marx. He tended to look down on Sot let concepts Sotiri
and Soviet foreign policy.The .
balancing of the federal budget. To ac. be counted. If a balanced budget is handful of Soviet representative in Red Chun ?,,

complish this will require a toptobottom wanted and we mean REALLY wanted 1944 were merely tolerated. They complained bittrrh t 1"

pruning of all government expendi then the general public should support American that the had no Influence and were trc.m
tures and all government activities whichare McNamara to the hilt. Any way you poorly
i IMao had emphasized his strong disagreements with Ku'
nonessential. And this will involve slice it, economy In government that will L 1 sia years before when he threw out his Soviet CommuiiN

much more than sporadic efforts to increase eventually result in a balanced budget advisers)

administrative efficiency within can't be accomplished without cutting off MAO WAS OF COURSE, WILLING to use the Soviet I'nit i

various departments and to reduce the a few thousand people from the payroll and accept Soviet economic and military aid on his our ii i

administrative overhead.At And that would not necessarily mean privation i terms. He made effective use of the Japanese arms the Communist
? j. k Russian armies turned over to Red China at the cloM
the moment there is a great howl for all those who are dropped. 1, of World War 11

ing and gnashing of teeth because Secretary Many will be offered jobs at other federal But in 1944. Mao was just as interested in using the lint- "<

of Defense Robert McNamara has Installations, many are old enough for iJ.hh:' ", ," ). :: f \, States or any other country with money. lie didn't get l s

determined that 95 obsolete and inefficient retirement and find work aid but he kept on trying
many can In Mao at that time made it clear he didn'tant to COopl'rdlt"ith

military installations can be closed private industry. Admittedly, a few The Best of YOUR I either the United States or the Soviet Union. He In. I
BoyleBY "
at a saving to the nation's taxpayers( of workers will be hurt until adjustmentscan his own course to follow in Asia.
He knew that following that would both the
$477 million. Literally bucketsful of be made. Perhaps some of them will HAL BOYLE Soviet Union and the United Slates.course That didn't anger bother him

crocodile tears are being shed over the have to be trained for other work. IBfERS because he had the supreme confidence (even before he had

plight of some 63,000 workers that will But even McNamare's drastic proposal Hal Boyle la ill. him the red.carpet treatment won China) that guerrilla underground forces could conquer
figuratively for years now I can ann organized armies In the world, given enough time.
be affected: if the Installations are closed. ) will not result In a balanced budget ,
do It literally. The bright red THE PEEPUL SPEAK if Mao was determined to go his own way when he was
Actually, only around 30,000 of the work unless other federal expenditures also are NEW By YORK JOY STILL BY felt rug comes with golden weak, I suspect he will be even more determined to go his
AP Santa
ers are civilians. The rest are military pruned. The government has no business won't have any(trouble) fillingmy fringe and his name custom-let. Editor, Collier County News own way now that he is quite strong in Asiatic terms Feu
tered In matching gold for that I am shocked to read In your though his conventional armies are not as powerful as )h u'
personnel which be shifted other being in socialized stocking this In act
can to year.
power projects, warfare
there personal touch. Issue of December X that boththe had hoped he has seen his guerrilla concepts keep
art to unusual
duties socialized medical programs, or many around I wish many I were a centl.tills One thing I must have -, Naples and the Collier County Southeast Asia in turmoIl.

McNamara was well aware that his other projects that can be met more eco pede. those candles In the shape of a management boards are plan

proposal would bring down on his head nomically end efficiently by taxpaying Everything\ I could possibly birthday question cake mark for my next finance nine to apply county for and Federal city park aid to
the wrath and verbal abuse of every private enterprises.We things Is I available definitely, plus don't a lot want of, Have we so soon forgot the r UteN,4TIONAL

and from the submit that If the clear mandate of the electorateof
senator such
congressman areas general public u a set of cufflinks made '
affected. Also of villification does not McNamara's of real glass.y... Collier County and Naples to
an orgy support proposal to Even people scorn the Welfare State and all OUTLOOK
Santa himself
from firms end Individuals who have close obsolete and inefficient military Installations market. He's a life-size Is on the of its works, public and private?

been making a buck from the installations that are no longer needed gentleman who may look, a Jolly bit i 11, th"C Lee Will County the City permit of Fort this Myers flouting and The Silver Problem Revisited

McNamara's decision to go ahead then efforts to ever achieve a balanced but undernourished at first glance, ,n eW$ of the will of the "Voepul" to COWldenounced
Just feed him
a diet of "
with the pruning process, despite this budget might just as well be forgotten. crumpled newspapers and he'll ? Or will we tempt by GEORCI HACCDORN
these Utter two, too, to "git
nave as round a belly u anyone
In thar
could wish He'. mad of all. an'lrab"h11etheerabbln'II
NEW YORK (AP) Former good?"
weather plastic, so he can spend
President Harry 8, Truman
the entire holiday season atop the United Stales can survive any. Let the cynical realists who Some weeks ago this column would have two changes t togo

oth my chimney. thing"11 we don't lose our heads want to Join LBJ and all of discussed the problem through-one when are
e rs, s y_ ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSToday's There's one gift of far.reach. and throw away the one thing his works, public if not private, created by the Increased industrial shifted to coins of reduce
log Importance. I'. an 18-lnch that makes the flout the mandate of the peepul, demand for silver silver content and another
greeted -
long electric back ..cratcher.Pr. that's our freedom." if they must; but they oughta and the necessity of using the about ten years later when
... the button and the busy Truman, speaking on a taped be warned the loyal din of existing limited supply both we had to abandon the use of
finger start to scratch for that purpose and for silver
3,000 television program to be shown Birch-barking trees will hant entirely In fractional-
times a minute. I'm itching for nationally, discussed the Com them clear Into their grave de. minting new coins. We men- dollar coins Instead of one
that one. munlst .hunting periods of the liberations of how to get more tioned a suggestion that the period of adjustment the public -
Trends in the Courts I've discovered the difficulty be dealt with by (and the
Just thing late 1940s and early 1950swhich for we-uns from the Federal vending mac him'
to add the romantic touch our was led by the late Sen. JosephR. trough doubling the value of existing Industry) would have to face
bathroom needs I'. a filigree McCarthy, R-Wls. Gee wllllkers, next thing you silver coins-a half-dollar to two such periods.
toothbrush holder "looking for know we'll be count as a dollar, a quarter as
"What happened was a teeing good ol'Guv Industry Is currently ail
The Law Comes AliveSupreme all the world like heirloom SO cents and a dime as 20
an shame," Truman said. "There Wallace, of Alabam', puttingout hawing about 60 million
antique." This should go well a Federal 'cents What this would amountto
were more than a million names flag when he speaks ounces annually from tin,
with our toothbrushes, which .. If Is there li.. would be a halving nf the
anyone to
reported In this that the Treasury stock of silver uhn'h
spasm -- -- -- --
Court Justice William !. port of the recent meeting of the also tend to look like antiques. country had at the time andit ten, that Is. amount ot 'liV rinnc in"of I amounts to 1,400 million; /

j. Brennan, Jr., addressed American Bar Association (ABA) In Most u.etlllltem., though, are was a terrible thing and It William J. O'Sullivan any Mr.given value ounces. At this rate we I'an; ,
members of the Jewish Theological this city ha traced the evolution. the cozy duster slippers. Just should never have happened Naples, Florida. of F. II. Wemple Treasurer calculate that the stock would<,
Seminary of America last week In "The new trend" conclude the put these miniature mops on "The McCarthy outfit never did Handy It Harman and a I last about 20 yean and tin-
New York city. Here, In excerpts ABA report "I* not back to an exag your feet and dust u you dance. get enough evidence to convict leading authority on the sub leaves room for technology
from his speech, he describes gerated Individualism. The new I plan to whirl gracefully about a single person or to even ject, takes a somewhat differ- I tcvelopmcnts on both tin<
America's "new Jurisprudence" and Jurisprudence constitute, rather, a my morning chores, doing the have a single person tried." IR0U ent view of the matter. He production and use tide
some of the reasons for It. recognition of human being a* the twist In the comers and the B ) -Sen EdwardM. WASHINGTONASSOCIATED wants to go the whole hog eventually to balance misumption i,
Charleston Kenney and eliminate the of silver I
for the stubborn use -
most distinctive .
and Important feature D-Mass., was I and produrtim
of the universe which confront spots. scheduled to begin increased periods !PRESS entirely In dimes, quartersand Also, if the U. B. abandon' "
our sense, and of the function of I've a couple of gift Ideas for of walking today In his half-dollars. silver coinage other nation'
the Nineteenth Century law a* the historic means of guaranteeing my husband, too. One 1s a long New England Baptist Hospl. Mint Plan Now mlRht bf! expected to '1)11"w

BEFORE when the common law that pre-eminence. handled shoe buffer so he can tal rooni. WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Mr. suit and this too wouH hl'll'< ;,'
shine his footwear Wemple believes that
law standing up. to
greatly, was
case the
Hospitalized with a broken will shortage
"The new Jurisprudence, a* a dent Johnson present the In the
with The only trouble Is he won't be years to come
too thoroughly,
merged, perhaps whole be back since a plane crash last first Medal of Honor awarded there The Rap between supply and,
the other disciplines and sources of may summarized a* tending able to get his eyes open wide June 19 in will not be enough silver
to Southampton, Kenne. for bravery In South Viet Nun demand Is presently filled" h\
explore and familiar
enough In the morning to see to meet both the growing
human value. Custom, for example,
took his first In
of the situations from a new viewpoint. In that far. dy steps the to Army Capt. Roger H. C. Don. needs of Industry and the silver sold by the Treasury t to
the cherished source
was common law of that time. And what a scientific age It ask, in effect, And, though I've been giving Boston hospital Thursday. Ion of SaugertlM, N.Y, at a rapidly Increasing demand Industry in redemption ofsll-
what la the nature of man, and what White House ceremony Sat. for more and more coins as \'er certificate, at- ti 2e an
was declared custom but the accu
1* the nature of the universe! with urday." the population grows and ounce. As long u thi'on"tlnues (

of mulated society wisdom luelf on The social function problems of which he la confronted. Why 1* The White House announced business activity Increases the price will not risbove .

law was to formalize and preservt a human being Important; what A 0L AJAR Thursday that Donlon, 30, wouldbe Something must give and In that level.

this wisdom, but It certainly did not rives him dignity what limit his I OMCLLtASE honored for 'conspicuous gal. our opinion the elimination Hoarding Feared
purport to originate It freedom to do whatever he like; OR CL LA gRLD lantry: and Intrepidity In actionat of silver from our subsidiary
what are his essential needs, whence the risk of his life" coinage Is Inevitable. It Mr. Wemple that
ACROSS 29 Lumberman b e 8 A L D 0 during an Is essential points out
However,, under the Influence of come his cense of injustice" attack Communist Viet to "Any further
I. Check < boot L O L S v A T by Cong plan for It now and rise In the price
John Austin and other legal thinkers s n A
The shift from emphasis upon S. Polish so Deiulbei guerrillas last July '. not wait until the problem of silver could well Jeopardise
who dominated legal thought in the A L S O A M N
abstract rules to emphasis upon Justice 8. Manducale 33: Sldr b\ side w At the time Donlon command. gets worse" our subsidiary coinage system
Nineteenth Century has profound Importance for 11 Conduit 36 Hnr T C L I C V I u M A ed an Army Special Forces de. Mr Wemple rejects the by touching off a wave of

the vogue Judicial decision making Of 12 Alaskan 37 CitreUmeol L S T A T C F U R O R tachment at Camp Nam Dug Idea that we should attack Boarding of silver coins
of Isolating law
,"''I from the other course, the Judge i Is not at large to mountain neither 0 0 e L L R D During the five-hour battle that the problem by reducing the throughout the country
disciplines decide according to his personal! predilection 13 VlKoutlubilancc' 38 Plod L D D O C R O A S followed the Communist attack, silver content of our subsidiary Therefore, it Is essential tha'
par. *. The late Supreme Court 42 lIIu"ulI O Capt. Donlon personally led coins He argues that we [ the redeemablllty of silver
tlcularly from I. I N M E N T A L
Justice Benjamin N Cardoso spoke 14 Monad 43 Stream successful defense opera would thereby merely post ,certificates be maintained In
theology and for ill Judge when he observed that 15 Came of 46 Smack p ft V A S S L T tlons," the White House said. pone the Inevitable elimina order to keep subsidiary coins
philosophythat "the range of free activity la relatively 47 pong Repeatedly exposing himself tion of silver from the subsidiary in circulation."
pressly legalphilosophy mill We may easily seem to had exaggerate It through excess of emphasis. 19. Hops In / Ipeiw :2 Ctrl i iikk 8 Annual at wounded tour time during the calculations we would be seems beyond dispute We
Its day This was . Complete freedom-unfettered the hand source lies," mndi engagement." forced to abandon silver coin- must expect, sometime real
and undirected there 20. BIB! high 49 Moiikn age In less than ten soon, In
admittedly a notion :3 Heroic Y S.turner WASHINGTON (AP) Mil.lionaire a major alteration
of law never 1*. prltM 30 Female 4 Forte 10 Anempt philanthropist Paul of even if we halved! the year.// the kinds of coins we have

,..- wholly uncon- "A thousand limitation the 21.24 HoTlvooodaiplranl Eaglnion* iherpM 3 Convened 16 Make Mellon 1* reported Conltd'rnrconatructlon Thus silver In our coins. j' used for small change all our
Justice cemed with the product some of statute some of Coiiuder 6 jap tiled l tan' \.ork of a new art gallery by this 'lives
Brenna- broader extta precedent, some of tradition or of DOWN planl 18 Etmining In Washington to house his ex.
legal values pursued by society at an Immemorial technique-encompass 28 Coal I Inducement f 7 Immnie :II: Drew tensive collection of English Recommended gasoline additive.bt .

Urge or by the Individual. It lived and hedge u* even when we game painting
in a heaven of abstract technicalities think of ourselves a* ranging freely I a J f / J 4 1'"f 23 T, pe According to the Washington A

and legal forma, and found Its and at large The inscrutable forceof / lIjualaII Evening Star, Dennis Farr, a '. .
answer to Human problems In an professional opinion presses upon 'J /, 24 Spring London art expert, has been : .. .
aggregation of already existing u* like the atmosphere though we If 1$ ,. 23 Palmira named by Mellon u curator of '.
rules or found no aniwert at all are heedless of Its weight. Narrowat palm fiber the collection: He told the Star
The substantive problems of human best 1* any freedom that 1* al. If I' 24 Monk by transatlantic telephone
living were left for adjustment to lotted u*. How shall we make the : hood Thursday that be plans to sail

the psychologists sociologists, educators most of It In service to mankind" / t : ,a ,II r II II 27 Hating from England Jaa. I. to estab.

economist, banker, and Ultimately in those case where Idla. l Ush residence la Washington.

other specialist: Constitution or statute do not clearly II J' 17 / It 31 32 Ames BtcauM eee e .e..ee .

But law 1 II again coming alive alI decide the case the Judge perforce I", : ,'. 'j r JI lamed COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
living process responsive to Changing make a value Judgment deciding 34 Name Fr
human need The shin U to Justice according to his own Intellect, experience JJ J' JI J6 33 SkUMBUlf MICHAEL CMAHCt 11II1l..Fuane..e
and away from finespun technicalities and conscience. / / t / bird THOMAS MAY I*. AM.olete EtiwrMARSHALL -

and abstract rule A re WILLIAM J. BUKWAM. J* k 0.1J1 J' J' ff.. :39 Take a CRT OPOLKA.WTATT. Atf Meat M*
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; COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl., Fl." FrM r, o.bot 4, IM"

,"t Today I. r1L4,! Youth, 19, Has Been In

; By Today THE Death Row Over 3 Years

J J 389th day l '

days left
.a Today's EDITOR'S NOTE For the> after completing courses in
a. On this l fist time since IP entered a English, psychology, American
George toath.row cell tine, ears ago history and world literature
well to Preston Cobb Jr has been interviewed HU grad S?
In prison This 1* an ejt.
"They have been from 80 up
elusive report on that Interview
which still to M," IM said "I failed
i some
that came only hours before
IT'S A DECEPTION-The Swedish ship Vasa, which sank In City.On ,, t obb's murder nvlctlon was tests but "I got a review and
mad It
1628 in the Stockholm Sound sails again Or does if This this A set aMci I>n hit 1Mb birth. up.
Vasa is about one yard long and was reconstructed for In 1915 da' The youth laid there had nev.
television program a chip the er been a time when he was
alone on death row.
1918 Cobb said he hadn't given a
REID V1LLE, ut. AP) _
Wilson ( lot of thought to what lie will
Three years and three months
li Conference.In do U he gets out, but, "I would
[ Program listings pro- on death row had and
1 passed
fill: : '] !\ sided by stations, The 1942, sn Mill Preston cobb Jr, car* like to go back to school first"

\ : |NEWS assumes no res-I Roosevelt A aw dunned at IT. to the elertrlc
possibility for accuracy Lion of the chair, was hopeful of reprieve TRAVf LINO JUSTICE

''he... like I've been here all PORTAl Hoj,
M (AP) An
I In 1943, my Ute," the \gangly Negro 1 Hilda Justus of the peace has

seizure Council of In 4 I'E.IEI: At ho pilal auxilMM\ lumrmmnl. youth said ThurdaIn an ... to travel H "Hie here to so-

I FRIDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 4 I IWTV ben 1I1' d." r n"l'l'l11hl'l' 17, \\ ill In' ,IO v'ph G. RnlnlamiiiiJn elusive I Oth btrthdavThat prison interview on his plllr hi'tore "i"otliei IP, after
Ten : Napl,:s 1'omunnnity Hospital sidminiiti!' he hud. hern I ,red Ie i i making an
was only a few !hours
Democrats H.. II I1: illustiHt. hn talk on tin. hospital'pan, before illegal turn
the decision' '
came William, Crnnu', 'I 1 ,
J.Miomi CBS.CH. 4 WLBW.Mioml ABC.CH. 10 munlsts in k store i 1'1'0)0:1.111): \\ ith rinds I tif (ti In' proposed building) Cobb's Interview was ended tup. He aria "red KI"ale ,IP

((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE) tlon. n I w hll'li i II as I iitintU iriun l Ira i the honpital \In :\ he wan back In his dath.row fid" Five t I K:"ilhn 1,11'\ left hospital humd! im-mbi,i', ell when the rlh UJS. Circuit PI"'' a'.ln ,,,a io.t.
6iOO News Sports 6:00 Movie (To 7:30)) named r. r Court of
\ Appeals in New Or. "
(\ES 5 photo) ( \lnll' 'IIId I it riot the I Ili -l I
6tlS News Renick "Slight Case of Murder" Into apace leans reversed a lower court tine n. h.w had, I h. appear[ In'
630 News Cronkite ((1938)) Edward G, Robinson ful return b and heated the youth the right court 11Iht CI l relay I". lyre
7tOO The Mllfllite Jane Bryan. curl Luncheon al a new trial The appeals hen.. dm in.,
7(30 Rawhide 7:30 Jonny Quest (Color) escape Hospital Auxiliary ales held\ that c ,M>''s rights Th.' t''" itr tic ,.,,1\ Isl.r "" "

8,30 The Entertainers 8:00 Farmer's Daughter One ) had been.,violated ,by the. eiclu 1"I I pea, a 'PI II".", ., I I Wool' I\
9:30 Gomer Pyle-USMC 8:30 Bob Hope (Color) announced Features Talk By Bertolami won 01 NMgriwa iron tine jury
the Holy that tried! him for the sl ylttg of
lOtOO The Reporter 8:30 Addams Family mission to I J''M'i'' G. Bertalaml, admlnls.tiat Ms white employer, 70.year.old '-
R.84II"nUOI cards will
be mall
11:00 News Sports Weather 9:00 Valentine's Day Frank Coleman Dumas. \: :
a i 'Naples Community Hoepital ed t | .Iif
auxiliary members and
"The Bandit of Zhobe" 9:30 Twelve O'clock
High \1111 The '
the prosecutor
speak at Hospital Mrs Anthony Ftertcl, SotlalcMirinan I who secured
(1989)- Victor Mature 10:30 The Detectives Auxilu \ Christmas luncheon, sake they be returned I Cobb's lonvlition said today at
Anne Aubrey 11:00 News Stewart, Spons December! IT at the Beach Club promptly Katonton, Qa., that the ajnwl Iff
ItOO News En Espanol 11:1 Wthr., ABC News Los Takes Big Hotel late court de<'Is Ion would be appealed I'
11:30 Les Crane (To 1)) Bert"Uml will highlight Ms J
1:00 Movie (To 3) talk on the hospital's expansion Bicycle StolenIn "This dei'Is Ion will be 1"1. "5 light Case of Murder" program with a new five by ed to the VJS. Supreme Court,
WCKT-Mloml NBCCH.7 seven foot scale model. It shows Front Of Store and as fur as I am concerned, ; t
((3 ON CABLE) ForwardLOS the existing hospital and groundsas Preston Ool*> will never be let :"
well as the new Tower and Sunshine Hardware reportedto out of prison," Solicitor General .
6:00 News Fariss WINK.Ft. Myers CBS.CH. 11 T.WIIBundlnr' of the Space Naples Pollc that a boy'snew (Prosecutor) George Lawrence 1. 11

6:20 Spons Hirsch ((6 ON CABLE) \ Actually: the 3,250-seat Program bteyofe, valued at NUll ...Ita.Lawren.e.

6j30 Huntley Brinkley 6:00 News le the Center Is more intimate This nuxiel was made possible was stole KMiwilme between said that even If the !
7:00 Movie (To 8:30)) 6:30 Waiter Cronklte Report Los the cavernous Shrine through the generosity of A. RoU the hours of 10,30 o'clock Into decision were not appealed Cobb
"Ma and Pa Kettle At 7:00 Battlellne forward. Philharmonic auditorium lire SIal.y, member of the hospital morning and 2 o'clock would be retiulUted and retriedon
Walklkl" (1955)Mar( 7:30 Rawhide Amid previously housed long board of trustees and life mem. Thursday ammoon.! the murder charge

Jorie Main Percy Kil- 8:30 The Entertainers the events And the European ber of the hospital corporation The bike was taken from In Cob hid said at Ml trial In
bride Lori Nelson Byron ter will -no center aisles-edds Those viewing the colorful mo. August 1961 that he shtit Uu.
from of the the
9:30 new store on
first time note of Intimacy. del will get a "bird's eyewtew" mil alien an argument over a
Loring North Trall.Lorcntzson
Smith 10,00 The Reporter concert Is done with simple ele- of the major hospital ex fish the boy taught In the farm
11:00 News making a 'ltl"r .. There le no overpower. r/anslon program pond List year, Cobb denied
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AilAmericanTALLAHASSEE tt Trade RumorsHOUSTON

(p--Florl.) (AP) The Los
da S tat .'. Fred Blietnlkoff, Angeles Angels probably will
named today to the Asaodated c'1W trade pitcher Bo BeUnsky to the

Press AU Ait eric a football team tWn y4 ha y et Philadelphia PbllUes for two
will take credentials players, a source
minor league
; 44 . .P..R1.5,4
with him Into negotiation with 4 LtaA14V close to the Angels told The As.
two pro clubs.Teaming soclated Press today.
with quarts Hack This source said ht could not 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plw. FI,.. Tliund.y, Decem'- J,, l/64
Steve Tenet to form a dead!} Identify the minor leaguers but
aerial combination, Bilet 1k,nfl another Informant laid they
caught 57 passes for 98" \.u ds probably are Gotten Shockley, a
and 11 touchdowns duii'g' the first baseman who led the Pa*
past season. cine Coast League In home runs Butkus Sole HoldoverOn

"He was the beat flankcil,)lack last season, and Rudy May, a
In college football," said Ms left-handed pitcher who was
coach, Bill Peterson "N" single with Indianapolis of the Coast

man in the country could cover, League. AP's All-American
him."He There hadn't been a deal of
worked hard t II'< becomean any consequence In more than
AU America He has great three days as major league ex. NEW YORK (AP) John Marty Schottenhelmer of Pitt,
concentration, good speed, great ecutlvei began the final sessionof Huarte, Bob Tlmberlake, Donny Penn State's Glen Ressler and
desire and a tremendous 'hance their winter meeting today. Anderson and Gale Sayers comprise Carl McAdams of Oklahoma.Dan .
with the pros. He was the best But American and National the offensive backfield of Kearley of national
player I ever coached." League club owners did approvetwo the 1M4 Associated Press All. champion Alabama la teamed
The Detroit Lions and the Important pieces of legislation America football team named with John Van Sicklen Iowa
Oakland Raiders both drafted Thursday. today. state, at defensive tackle with
Biletnikoff and he'll Join the 'I1110,9 They adopted a pro-football Illinois linebacker Dick But. Purdue's Harold Wells and Mis

team making the best otter aft type draft of players) with no kus, the lone holdover heads a sissippi's Allen Brown manningthe

er his graduation In criminology NAPLES KIWANIS HAWKS of 1961 hit,a won professional experience and voted defense averaging 219 poundsper ends
In June to give the next commission.er man on the squad which Offensive backs Roger Stau
Blletnlkoffs tribute of BombTo six games in a row, and sport 6.1.1 record with the broad of Sidle
bimst New Speed of baseball powers reflects the wholesale revival bach of Navy and Jimmy
the season came from defensive two contests left Front rOIl from It'ft Robert Hand Picks vested In the first man to hold a platoon game this season. of Auburn All-America choicesa

halfback Allen Trammell, of lamurri, Rockv Caatenir Pete Winters Jim Toner, the office, Kenesaw Mountain For the first time since 1952 year ago did not repeat because .

Florida one of the victims of Get TryoutOn Jim Miller, Billy Longshore, Alec! Winters. Second Undls. separate units, a 22.man first of their Injury.plagued

the Florida State passing at. row, Bill Tucker, Andy McLennon, Steve Finle.\, Of the trade rumors, the one team, have been selected on the seasons Staubach was hlndred

tack Although double teamed, Nassau TrackNASSAU Jeff Abbott, Randy Gore, Bob Marshall, Jim Winners In involving Bellnsky was the recommendations of the sports by a severe leg Injury and
BUetnlkoft helped beat the Ga Decker. Third row, Dewey Workinger, Harold strongest. Since he had an alter. writers and broadcasters who Sldle's hurt shoulder forced his

tors with a long distance touch. Bahamas (AP)-A. Cross, Lance Stahlman, Dirk Elferdink, Joey Grat- cation with a Los Angeles.sportswriter made up the eight! regional move from quarterback to half.
In a Washington hotel boards All Nov. Rhome of Tulsa Craig
through Jerry
down. chance today to games
gets a
J. Foyt
There were reports thalBllet. show off his latest toy a 521. ton, Jeff Barber, Mike Bright Tom Eggleston. last season, there has been no 28 were taken Into account. Morton of California, Bob Berryof
nikoff would sit on the Miami horsepower racing bomb built Coaches John lamurri, Andy Cooke, and Bernie Pro TiltsBy doubt Bellnsky would be traded. Huarte, Helsman Trophy Oregon and Bob Schwelkertof

bench a week later when Ml.: by wealthy John Mecom Jr. of Gratton are in back. (NEWS photo) And the concensus was It would winner as college player of the Virginia Tech make up the

ami played Florida but he sat Houston, Tex. JACK HAND happen before the winter meet year, was the quarterback who second team offensive backHeld. .

In the stands Instead. The car, named the King Hus. Associated Press Sports Writer tog ended changed Notre Dame from a 2. .
"I kept looking for him on the seta I after the monarch of Jor. The Cleveland Browns should Bellnsky, who will be 28 on 7 to a9-l performer and left a
bench," Trammel 1 II said. "I dan, Mechom's close friend, has Naples Hawks To Meet wrap up the Eastern Conferencetitle Monday had a 9-8 record and a flock of school records In his NEW YORK (AP) -The 1964
thought I might go over and been raced only once. It devel. In the National Football 2.87 earned-run average last wake His most notable season Associated Press All-America
tackle him. 1 sure missed him oped carburetor trouble at Rlv League Sunday by beating the sason. marks are 2,069 yards In total football team
last week' crude, Calif., last month and St. Louis Cardinals In St. Louts The legislation Involving the offense and 114 pass comple. OFFENSE
Blietnlkoff said he would have was scratched early without Sarasota All-Star TeamNaples If the Browns win or tie, they go commissioner's power and the dons for 2,062 yards and 18 ENDS Fred Blietnlkoff,
preferred for the Seminoles to scaring the daylights out of anyJ Into the championship game free-agent draft was approvedby touchdowns. Florida State, 6-1, 192, Sr., Erie
meet Tulsa In the Gator Bowl. with the Baltimore Colts, Dec. the two leagues In separate Tlmberlake quarterbacked Pa. Lawrence Elklns Baylor,
That would have pitted the body.Foyt will shake it down In a Hawks 95-pound football Naples was Invited to substitute 27 at Cleveland meetings Thursday and was Michigan! to the Big Ten title 6-2, 187, Sr., Brownwood, Tex.
TensI Biletnikoff combination 15-lap race over Nassau's tough team will meet an all-star for the Punts Gorda team. If the Cards win, It will go expected to be formally ratified and a Rose Bowl berth but he's TACKLES Jim Wilson.

against Tulsa's record-breaking Oakes Field Course today 65-pound turn from Sarasota On Saturday afternoon Hawks down to the wire. at a joint meeting today. so good a runner he was electedat Georgia, 6-3, 245, Sr., Pitts
Jerry Rhone to Howard Twll With the help of a 744 week Owners decided to broadenthe
a halfback slot In his confer .
against of burgh Larry Kramer Nebraska
some the world's top at 7 p.m. Saturday at Puma players will be the guests of ;
ley duo. end, the old batting average commissioner's power In 8-fooM senior rushedfor
The Austin
road racing drivers He'll also ence. S.Z. 235, Sr., ,
Gorda. John Slater 3054 Gordon Drive
"But Oklahoma Is a big foot. use It to defend the Nassau In. moved up to 79-48.3, 51.28.5 in two ways 574 yards, passed for 807 and Minn.
ball power" he said "and It'll ternatlonal Trophy In a 252. The Hawks were all ready for a picnic and swimming. the NFL and 2848.3 the AFL. 1. By repealing a rule that no scored 80 points GlARTom Nobls, Texas,

be great If we can beat them." mile grind Sunday. to enjoy an open date this week They will leave from there Counting this weekend's 10 action taken by vote of club By means of pass receptions 6.2, 215, Jr San Antonio, Tex.;
but last Coach ohn lamurrl for Puma Gorda. lamurti asks there 24 owners can be construed as
Mecom says the Hussein Is night games are more regular and kick runbacks as well as Bill Flsk, Southern California,
the most powerful race car ev. received word from Puma all Hawks to bring their uniforms season games. detrimental to baseball. sprints from scrimmage junior 6-0, Sr., San Gabriel, Calif.
er built tt Is powered by a 426. Cords that the Tiny Tarpons' along with swimming Here are the picks, all games 2. By providing that owners Anderson from Texas Tech-a CENTER-Pat Klllertn, Syra.
has canceledthe trunks and towels the Sunday unless otherwise Indl. will have no recourse to the first round futures pick In both 225
Inch Chrysler Heml engine tden.tlcal 95-pound team on way ruse, 8.Z. Jr., Watertown,
to power plants that have rest of Its games this season to the picnic. catedt courts on action taken by the pro drafts-accounted for 1,710 N.Y.

Gf[@ been outlawed on a at least one because of a shortage of In the second game of Sat NLF commissioner. yads. He also punts. BACKS-John Rustic, Notre
major stock car racing circuitIn players. urday's doubleheader at Puma Green Bay 24, Chicago 14 The commissioner was Kansas' Sayers, the whirlwindof Dame, 6-0, 180, Sr., Anaheim,
the UJ. next year. The The Tarpons were supposedto Cords, the Tarpon 115-pound- (Saturday afternoon) Anotherchapt.r stripped of these powers during the Plains, ls one of the most Calif.; Bob Tlmberlake, Mlchl
the administration of A, B.
of the old bitter rivalry. In !
engine carried Plymouth and exciting runners Big Eight gan, 6-4, 215, Sr., Franklin,
the Sarasota Redskin will the Sarasota 115-
Dodge stock cars to speeds up meet ers play Packers won 2342 in ...alOl1OpltLI.r (Happy) Chandler who sue history and leaves a league ca. Ohio; Gale Sayers, Kansas, 6.1,
LETTERS to 178 miles per hour on m.... League 95-poundall..tlrtelm. pound all-stars. when Paul Hornung ceded Landls and preceded the reer rushing record of 2,675 195, Sr., Omaha, Neb; Denny
ured tracks this year Disbanding of the 95-pound kicked three field goals Green present commissioner, Ford C. yards behind him. Anderson, Texas Tech, 6.3, 207,

1 Sitting In a lightweight, low. Tarpon team has resulted in an Bay, forced to settle for a shot FriCk. The closest of some hectic Jr., Stinnett, Tex
FROM slung fiberglass body, Mecom Palmer Leads apparent premature end of the at ..cond. has won four of five Frick will retire next year. position contests on offense was DEFENSEENDSHarold

said It Is capable of even high.er season for the Shadowlawn but revived Bears have swept His successor has not been at end where Florida State's Wells, Purdue,

SisTACLAUS speeds In road racing. Wildcats team. Coach Bill last three Bart Starr should picked. Fred Blietnlkoff and Baylor's 6-2, 213, Sr., St. Louis; Allen
Foyt drove It In practice for Second RoundIn Cooksley's club was scheduledto have a big day.CI.veland The player draft will go Into Lawrence Elklns got the nod Brown Mississippi,6.4,228Sf.,
effect next There will be
81 t3 Louis SO year. Jack Snow of Notre .
the first time here Thursday. "I December over Dame St Louis; Allen Brown, Mlsslh.slppl
didn't even try to let It go," he play one more game, Browns by a whisker In a shoot three drafts each year, In Janu. and Karl Noonan of Iowa. Bll. 8A. 228, Sr., Natchez
12 Punt Gorda; June and probably August,
Canada ary
said. "We were Just getting the Cup the.works game for the Cardl. etnkoff, who operated at flanker Mill
kinks out... that has been canceled sale, who must gamble with College players and high back and split end with equal TACKLES; Dan Kearley

Even so, he was clocked at KAANAPALJ, MAUI, Hawaii The Hawks will not be at full everything. Ryan will find weak school graduates not Intendingto ease besides being a sound Alabama, 6-1, 226, Sr., Tail.
speeds In the 100 m.p.h bracket:,(AP) A dispatch on golf from strength for Saturday's contest link In Card defense but go to college will be drafted blocker and kick runback sped dega, Ala.; John Van Sicklen,
In Hawaii not at the first two and American
FAMOUS this exotic Isle Fullback Bruce GriffinIs Browns' weak rush will allst caught 57 for 987 Iowa Walled
With This Koger penake wealthy Glad. pass passes Stale, 5.11.21'7, Sr.,
,much different from one filed Legion and sandlot players at
give Charley Johnson of yards and 11 touchdowns this
Pa. expected to sit this one out plenty Lake, Mich.
POSTMARKlays wynn, sportsman driver
stateside That Is to say, Arnold the third.
of Injured knee. everything. season. LINEBACKERS Dick But.
apparently wasnt too disturbedover because an
the talk about Fogt's blue ,,Palmer led the way Into the sec. The team has a sU-gsme win Philadelphia 21, Dallas 17 Elklns, first man picked In the kus, Illinois, !6.3, 243, Sr., Chi.
ond round of the Canada Cup
(" bullet. Penske turned In Thun.day' streak and a-1-I recordfor Both clubs on down grade. Cow. Area Basketball AFL draft, grabbed 50 aerialsfor raga; Steve DeLong, Terries}
matches Friday and the United ning
top qualifying time for date boys still hurting in backfield, 851 yards at Baylor scored see, 6-3, 243, Sr Norfolk, Va.;
States was tied for the team the season to have lost three straight! Saturday-ClewUton at Naples seven touchdowns, returned 13 Ron Caveness, Arkansas, 11.1.
Sunday's race, driving a heavy
weight! Chaparral Chevrolet to anew lead with South Africa. Baltimore 31, Detroit 17 "B" game 6i30, varsity punts 128 yards and went in on 215, Sr., Houston, Tex.
The American Masters cham. Colts on 11 win streak 7t45. defense en goal line situations
track of .game BACKS Tucker Frederick
record 105.194 m. ; A&M Has
P.h. Con Dined and to lead Jack their Nlcklaus nation In com.the Florida with Don Shula shooting for Saturday-Everglades at Marathon Jim Wilson of Georgia and son, Auburn, 62, 210, Sr.,Holly

"That Is one of the best cars Underdog Role In fourth in a row over his old Nebraska's Larry Kramer a wood, Fla.; Clarence Williams,
I've ever handled," said Pen all.Important team competition ell mates. Baltimore won In a Monday Naplej Junior High combined 480 pounds of tackles Washington State, 6.2, 196, Sr.,
eke "If It holds together we Palmer with a su.under.par Cramblinir Match breeze 34.0. Oct. 25. Lenny at Fort Myers, 6)30. who were futures drafts last Renton, Wash.; Arnold Chenko,
and Nlcklaus for
can win any race with It." an even par 72 Moore with IT touchdowns needs Tuesday--Alva at Naples, year, are on the Interior often Ohio State, 6-2, 206, Sr., Par.
Two 184ap heats for heavy a total of 138. TALLAHASSEE (AP}-Florl- only three more for the league slve line with guards Tommy ma, Ohio Cosmo lacarazzi,
cars and a 103-mlle grand prix South Africa's Gary Player da A and University's. Rat. record "B" game 6t30 vanity 7t45. Nobls of Texas and Bill Flsk of Princeton, 5-11, 200, Sr., Scran.
for Volkswagens were on todays and his lessJuiown partner, tiers drew the unaccustomedrole Los Angeles 24, San Francisco Tuesday-ClewUton at Ever- Southern California plus Syra. ton, Pa.Cypress.
Week Denis Hutchinson, each shot a of football underdog today 21 Roman Gabriel bombed glades. cuse's Pat Klllorln.Flsk .
Speed program. 69 for the same 138. on the eve of the 32nd Orange the 49ers 4244 In mld-October Tuesday bnmokalee at N. finished a standout sea.

Promising a stiff fight for the Blossom Classic against Gram but rookie Bill Munson went the Ft. Myers. son by starring In the 20.17 up. LadiesTo
Red Wings Grab Canada Cup as play continuedover bllnj College In Miami's Orange route last week In loss to Vlk. set over Notre Dame Ace Tro.
the green slopes and hills Bowl. fags Rams have lost three In a Jan ball carrier Mike Garrett Battle Phil
Win From BostonBy of the Royal Kaanapall golf The game, to be played start. row and 49ers seven of eight. calls Flsk "one of the most un.
tM ASSOCIATED course, Argentina was third at Ing at 8 p.m Is the second appearance Minnesota 28, New York 21 Moorings Men derrated blocking linemen in Next Thursday
THE PRESS 140 Hawaii next at 141, trailedby for the Louisiana Vikings are driving for second the country."
R fy.TMi It could be that the Detroit the Philippines, 142, and Bra school In the Orange Bowl. They money and anxious to Impresson Play It Blind The quickness with which the "Beat Phil Day"will be sponsored -
Red with old NormUllman
tIFos. Wings pro ill 143. beat A and M by one touchdown first New York appearance New York Giants drafted Au. by the Women's Golf Association
showing the way Just Stretched out behind were in the 1953.game. 28 14 burn's at Big next
be serious In their bid for Washington Pittsburgh Shooting for low net honorsIn Tucker Frederlckson Is Cypress
may twosomes from a total of 32 na. This season, both teams have steelers tough to predict but The
the lead In the National Hockey a blind panner draw, Walmr testimony of the fullbacksafe.ty's Thursday. lady golfers
League dons, and Hawaii and Puerto lost a game, Crumbling to PrtU Redskins have won five of six Kane and W. Richardsonwere prowess. Although he led with suitable handicap arrangements -
YOUR Rico entered In this Internatlon. rte View and the Rattlers to and Sonny Jurgensen is back in Auburn
rushing receiving will be
Ullman In his I Oth NHL sea. teamed together and copped playing against
al goodwill event. Southern, 43.20. Grumbling beat old form with 24 td Red.
passes. scoring and kickoff returns
son, sparked the Wings to a 4-2 Palmer toured the par 3110311- 20.17. top honors In yesterday's Phil Derbyshire, the pro at Big
GIRL BOY Southern skins should' do the job but not Frederlckson was rated even
OR victory over hapless Boston 72 challenge In U.U-811 In a The Tigers' attack Is mostlypower by 304 this time. outing of The Moorings! Men's higher stopping foes and per. Cypress
Thursday night, Increasing Detroit's The In yesterday's the ladles
round that Included trips to two with some deception. AFL Golf Association team mltted outing
Here i Is all you do. Choose leading margin to three traps, six birdies and an eagle. They pass on occasion and have Boston 24, Kansas City 14 turned In a net 128 score to the tone only he one covered pass completionIn all sea. played In s blind partner

(from several different points and extending their unobeat.n The day was delightful! and Ar. able fullback, Hank Dyers to Patriots blitz Lenny Dawson win. son. He personally killed four best-ball arrangement. E.

types of letters. Then address Montreal string stormed to five straight.Toronto nold's most significant commentat handle the running, and win on Gino Cappellettl's GJU Cline and Nick Mlna- enemy drives with his tackling Reeves and E. Brunt coppedtop

it to girl or boy ..1 In the over cither the finish to partner Nlcklaus A and M's best attack Is Us field goals rich were paired In the blind Clarence Williams of Wash. honors turning In a score
your only game
and the world press assembled running game with senior quarterback San Diego 28, New York 14 draw for partners and with a Ington State, Ohio State's Ar. of 36-34-70.
and drop it in our special played. here wasi Ernie Hard to handle jets on the road are a different score of 127 took second place nold Chonko and Cosmo taca.vatcl Two teams tied tor second,

mail box, We will have it t'Let"1Q swimming rollout plays. team from Jets at home. Charg. In the competition. of Princeton are the other comprised of A. O'Brien and
postmarked from Santa Palmer closed out his birdie Galther said Olympic star ers, held to 1747 tie In New defensive backs. M. Gordy 39-35-74 and C.
THt:: string on No. 11 with a putt that sprinter Bob Hayes, who scored York Oct. 3, are tuning up of. Teamed with But kus In the Coffman and E. 373174
Claus, Indians and your traveled an estimated lie feet three touchdowns last weekend tense for title game with all highly eompetive linebacker- Brunt -

child will receive it thru U Cqp1tm Arnle's estimate, confirmedby against Texas Southern in Jack. parts healthy. Bryant Named guard spots are Tennessee's ,
the mill Letters and en. ) Nicklaus. Maybe It was only eonvUle, was ready for the Buffalo 28, Oakland 21 -Bills! Steve DeLog and Pat Caveness
85, but who was to argue can... won't find Al Darts' gang easy. Coach Of Year of Arkansas The trio shaded "8&0," Slgas Mt.. STOP
velopes furnished FREE. The first game was a 23-20
: G I squeaker tor Buffalo In October.! In SEC By AP rrrrrrri r

AP -Paul (Bear)

:1\ AND I NOW OPEN Mrs. Wolfe Takes Bryant its second who national coached champion:Alabamato STOCK GAR RACES)) s

''COUNTRY Low Gross HonorsAt ship la four years, was named

ONll TAKEs YHItL.SANlAfHMi AMlNUtf V .( CLUB NAPLES HEALTH SPAFor Holc-In-Wall Friday Southeastern by The Associated C o a t e r Pressas e ace Every Saturday Nite!

/ LOW gross honors In ClassA Coach: of the Year.
V with the Real
The selection was the
competition among members 8:00 P.M.
( Rent NowReduceWITHOUT decision faced by The Assoclat.
V.FACIIITISS of the Hok-In-the-Wall Wo
v EXERCISE ed Press' AlUAmertca board
vmrfti a* men's Golf Association Thursday
even more difficult than selection -
towm.r 10 Mii'M' 'In Southwell Floridafor # Bioolectronlc Spot ,were won by Mrs.W.Wolfe. of the all-conference team. NAPLES SPEEDWAY

Country, Clwb Reducing Machines Low net honors In me class The board felt that Bryant',

Require No Exeixliesj were taken by Mrs FA Ross. Ylnce Dooley oT Georgia, Char Admission $1 50 Swamp Buggy
LIVINGGOLFING Class B low gross winner lie McClendon of Louisiana S Students TrICk OnRadio
was Mrs. J.H. Becker. and the State and Doug Dickey of Tea $1.00

THEe Physical' Exercise Equipment 41 MassageS low net prize went to Mrs F. nesaee merited consideration.They C Children under 12 freeBiletnikoff Road
Calf Intmll
IS belt ChemeiMtkiS'
finally boiled It down to a
,. '. Bathe Spot RedueiagH MeaJe.In .
t cmdilMii tor Steam /
between and
vote Bryant Dooleyand

? NK SWIMMING te be 14: .... let Fee. MJey. tare laUriay ner wu Class Mr.C thlIOWroI.wln-.t.l&nIn.Mr. Bryant won la the. final tab r 9 << .
illation by one vote.Bryanul's
AAU one peel< M 1.0' 1JO' I IkHOMCSITES the
I.." ...*tonkya eel.bte. Departments for both tae, and women J.A. Leyden copped low Crimson Tide will I s ; ;
net prize. take a 10.0) record Into the Or. .
OF Membership Plan Available Now The lady golfers will: play a ange Bowl New Tear's sight
n. pons" k.e""tee.h i4ee1 best-ball threesome tourna- against the once-beaten Long ,
!,, ikt k. CtnniT Cl.t Lm*| men In the next weekly outing. boras of Texas.
; NAPLESMeMIMt iIt S."'".", riri4! Naples Health Spa MI 9.9555

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DON'S CARE 1 .h. hard; of Count, Commieatenerit vk.KA SALON

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BARBER SHOPSRO S." Chtpltr s/ SI. Stction MJ Itt rill II 11/14 IfHpirtin :, I boo: .
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STATIONS Flondl Slitum ",. propOMO bulk
rand, t baths '".e''"" llvina
S'S Borblr hud lino to lie in Section S. 0. 7S 'DM to HIM "II...*. HM .. The kitchin. it 5 houttwifi -
HoPI IJ a I ITw IIS HE: will Interview for the Impirlil' III....,. fully room
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NAPLES PEST > ."j I.. We hive Sdd.dSo '
r-- Perk Si. Ml.2-4449 Collur County Florid! A er | fumllhM .Iu"" ""'" ttbtntpirficl I drum:e.ll.l::
CONTROL BOI'S map > lit fe0lowlRl. rnpocll Air
Th,.. Mlltir Birbiri gID phi of thi propoud lint be : condition Lot _3SC NtIM
ropy LINN' E S UNIFORM SHOP Trtlltr Par |It', H I..'.. ..,IOn" porch Out
ao\ E1NOppNa' CENTFs SERVICE SERVICE Kimintd thi offici of the County Trf IOU Ht"dr i| ,.. Myin, FU. CHEF Excellent\ oppvr F' .... ""'0 W.". Solirhimfor
f.. 101."., e.,...,. Cnimoor er it thi office of / fD rain lun kilhlna lushly" plinlidvlth
OlY ON NiGNT STATION County Enamiirlnf' Inc NtDltt. unity far experienced, men 45-Trailers For Rent Iroplcil plinti, Y.unSulIv
0,." S-3i30 EICIII Sun.Mm /III.e h.... fit" dunm ...wl., working hourtBOARD
R...d. s.'co' OF who ran u.. reel l showman londtcipid, a'ound ihtltdwith
End Grip Hilt ." duty i 2-Biket T.I'f', IS S will" wish, TV 4a i Oik Utn Ntirho
I HOIw.t I W Iy RATES W.i/Iq{ OUNTY COMMISSIONERS, hip in fond preparation and '10 ...k ....... II Gull Sad Golf c",, ".. Offtrtrt .

,1 ] Utlr.) Hilt. Tonlc-' vi'. C.II Dt, .f Nlttit Ml,J.7S03 4040 Nerir T.il11I1 2 3817 ,SIAl) oilier County, FlorMoky prewnutfen.MGHT e.... Trod., P'w..ARSr for Ml.000. Shown by .,-

M..S T Scott. CI..k Alt.,." ro".ct teoottr. IHJ ointment only
CLEANERSJERRY'S INSURANCE K w .<..toy:, Ctcilltnt onditien' 1141 Phone AUDITOR MUll 46-Trailer Parts r Space Altec litu" .-
SHOE REPAIRC Dtputy Cler. MI t tm u/i M be- knowledgeable In Luolllo Wreh1vlrlProd Clerk
Die 4. II. 1C IOM *ltl very Noble"
aoceuntlnc and audit. Houio triilir tptct ....,..
I JAEGER INSURANCE hotel within Ntplit vicinity' ......,. DEWEY POLLY
V lf if :1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3-Boati-Morori... ln( for rooms, food and witir, electricity, nice locitwnOwnir
ONE DAY pa'M..f FLORIDA, 'IN AND FOR OOAV beveraires. Only experienced trans end Royil Qrtnd Fnnchpoodlt REALTY

SERVICE ". AUf 0.01001 0.1..1NaPLU H./, ., Full \ T COLLIER COUNTYIN l F.,b..( ... lillbeiUIMt wtih references willI b. ton will aroomtd end will
h CHANCERY minnirod Rtply Cellur
It '''Ooo''G' cs"" 'totNORTN S (0/.. Mtt'i ( call. D..y 1'0111R."er
ADOPTION, CRAFTS sMered for both of the NIWI, So. IHI Ail Il/1 51

142 6th Av.., $e. MI. 2.7390 f..IL 1001 ,.,u. PORK OUARANTttDHt IN RE PpEQTITIOnNpOFi062! Uiw 'Soul,CHRIS- Post ar.i>..... above poalttana rieaoe On ".,,4...... eras Bill c"".T.IO", let A".Troll H.. Sad

Spank Imlth Chris Craft Dock Romp. Ihwlll....... /III 51311
Art SMl t "01EGLER'S .' : Sob Metro Ml" 1171' make application in handwritten N..Ioa.a. .....r ..",.1 Ad. _
OOROONSUIT ultt. Turn lifl Mj mill off Ida, SEE US NOW iboul the two
DRIVE INS JEWELERSMUDORS' : l'Lil KNIGHT II fl Admlril 'oat. M HP mator form, stating quail- ., c."", Rood Boyd Mo I BR homot undor conttruct.
TO JI tri,I.rt5 i tfttr | P MMM Hivtn 111101 on Rordon A.. SUN TERRACE
"dd.... Unbaws ,.b.l court tautn. SIR It fictions and salary expected pile lo ol flO.tOO' AL
Yaw.,. fiirtby notll'id' that the I IR homo
fJ bovt. nimid. pttitiontr' htt filidI T? ft"Q / M.r wrth 40 HP to "'$- .. For Rent 101rroillno Cur Is" In NAPLES.
SHVPII. \ pe""on ,In tht totvt it/ltd' Court Johnson Eicillinl condition AND VILLAS MAR. SOUTH .: ;,.f.
Ch/rba for tht idoplion of tht miner'child Oimpl.i.ly, iulppd| MI I.III I. WILLIAM 5. STONE INC
... 11t ", "'+ ".",.d th.."". to wit, VINCENTRAY 1/IN CO ISLAND DEVELOPMENT I fflll.Mp' Apt son, CoIll.r, '.nlllit. No .11 t1"I
'; p. 7YdsnnpTsm.lpm UPHOLSTERY KNIGHT 1 end you ere ftoulrtdlo CORPORATION County Court House C.II. 111/ n I /I 1/
Dntip7 JEWELRY thaw ciuti. ,il iny you htvt' 'lI'16'' 1fl.rorsl. "mum lull IfSABLE
-" l-l C 1' FREE wily tht amt should' not bt anntidby .boil0 HP. ilKlrle Hant. M4 Ninth Street South. One of the bittl little' houmrou
f/pm 0r Ml, S 0001 ...".. ..d. mit. .
'. : jS ESTIMATES ttrvma coey of your wrttttn tp r eimpit vo over ran I kidroomi
:F .. frail t '*trter TOT FIFTH AVE\ .0 d.I."... upon .I.", .. R Adams Attorniy p.rldl. } hubs new bitttry Naples, Florida Applicant SHORES APTS. albs Florid, Room, ttr
twrtMi flmlit 5529th St, No. Ml .J-SJOJ for Pltitlonir,, P 0 Bon 414. sad covir J A. Floe t>I M>ne contacted within Ml 344JJfirillinctt. port' utility I room, nr' lend
Napl.o. Florldr 1 sot by b11n1 Iate Dr Htrmonv Iho..., Trill will 1 Iw CBS w/lirriiio floort SorrentoOirdini
ir I'nil th.rtol with tht Cllrk I oftid .r Port Cut NtplMIF"jirtiy two weeks for Interview. K.llr II... Sad Are. A... .. IrintItrrtd .
: Court on or ktfon Jinuiry II, lSnk.rl Wiirreonvtrttd Jail .$1I1,50000.CARIIIEAN'I .

tin. othirwiti i darn lily bttnltrtd Fore VI 'IntpwtIportlpot .< 12.3 tfS Oly., Witk, Of
laiintt you anntma Hid. Ft INS C) or Mil Month" flltlS 1 MOTEL) MI REALTYREALTORS
doptionWITNESS Ml. 2 2121 i1/112 .y er yeuni mm winlid toratniril 2-4440 if Ml 1 3.4151
J my hind ind the mlf I work Withini truckt. nit No Ttmnml Tr. Ml t SIM
f sad Court it Eitt Nipln. Floridi
": ', IndI
K 'h.. lad day of Otctmbir. .IN4 l putting: up dulls WATERFRONT HOME I
MARGARET T SCOTT 5-Butln Opps. I ah! dun' ue laundry Apply" Inptrton EBB TIDE APTS Bedroom. lily wtltr. .eumyISIN.
onlyINhr's Built.in Class end oven.
ORNER By HAZEL ABRAHAMSON f C I Curb By: Htrrlttt, C SttwirtDtputy TEXACO INCVilutbli Woikly Monthly RotdFurnlthW Seiko rofnairitor. .....It.. end d',,,..
ivillible anew
. .s. . 1 eel /'/ JAMES R AD"M'H'n. .Ir.nchm S.rvloeN.Uon 16-Help Available 1 kodroom ) "...t lyclo eir eonditlonlna' .
. . . . P O Bon 41* ultri motftrn, 1 My ircMlwturI tpt No folk er children' 1551/ will ..", .11 SNpo11nS n d
/ FlondtAttorniy of or ainil er I5515 If drtptt. 10 fl. ,lr.lH.ird bott.hoodt .
undir centimeI
.1 I 'an now r1.MN' office miniatr work Owner Build
) for PttlllontrDie on cerntr U t 41 end Celliir 5Il( I .' office' roum NEW I ind I kidrtom ynlurnithtd tome. OultvitwPrlvt
,- 4. II, IS 14 IM4 ISIS County Cowrthout, NtplnTh : .. PIIM.34111: IiN epirlmonti Air Condiliontd /- or All Ml .111,100. .II/M M
...... IMtllml .
"t ttttlon hulod fully a."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE proM me vilumi pottMiil 1 leuilifit4 Yiirly! lino. Hill 1 PEN HOUIE DAILY I lo
BROOKSIDE BOWL rolled In the Wednesday night games of 194, 199 and 213. IJTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Ineivldutl, Cipirlmcenot 23-Miic. For Sale Kid: Aitrfmintt 110 Oth'ftNortll. '. Sto Iwo kidreem home
IN AND FOR Pad lnlnln, I 1)40 1 1101. this. .
nKMtiry II'S. end ll )IO "". So. IIS4M
The Wednesday morning Sugar Merchants League with Fred John Stun scored a 202-687 COLLI ICtA"lt: FLORIDA proarim and flntnoltl initl. 11/11 I'wn..h04 COLEMAN BOVD, Rtiltir

Clark high man as he turned Marvin 338 Tex Ka- !nci ...".bl. Tn.teM... 10 Tenth SI No Ml t lljlHUDOET
and Spice League saw the Llghtner NO II10. Fl Mytn, Fli. Dtyt ED Mill.evinlnat FOR SALE Api. .Jlh "w11J311/

lead change Wednesday when In a 580 series. Fred tossed verman 214-575 Fred Hlllman WALTER Q SOROKOTY WE tltll, ll/l ti. ALUMINUMPRESS .!L!!!. __.--- MINDEOrJutl

the Paprikas took over first a 203 game In gaining this set. 213-526, Joe Salmon 193195190 I"h'"H.' PLATES24W' LOVELY ononienici I ono.PI.. nillM sMlrolly IKOI sir 1400 you down,Into with. Olin FHA I tirmtmlv.t bidroim .

place from the Nutmegs. The Pee Wee '. 228 was and a 678 Moon Mulllns w.ANTHONY A. RUSSO. 7-Dog I. Call Pete for Sttton, Slit pir mo yttriround hiuto 7 bloiki from thebitch
game buss endtonviniinl
Sage remain In third place. the high the night 650, Em Emmerick. starting FRANK 0 BVRD ..d x 36" Ml I MM Ctntrtlly .loctltd Ift CHI 41 5 I.promt ovorylhinaRANDOLPH .

Wanda Jones of the Paprikas and Moon Mul! Ins came In slow, two 211 games for a 547 KALIOPY HARRIS' EDMONDS BVRD WALTER Sad AKC Mijtlirtd) Slick / N) Idea) for FULLER. Rtitter

with a 226 loner for a 547 Ralph QUINNENA IDMONDSLINNIE French Pood it 1 yttr I*. Owl Shore Blvd' Furnliktd' Iktdroom HARRIS. AtMOiitoylon
rolled Leigh 189-182-182-553 PALMER
the high series of the I .kilh. tar 11 torttntd
BELLE RITT Nil/tR., ..11..., child pot ind S.m.p.lion Hunting Lodge Cove Nlplot Floty
day, a 621, as well as a 196 series. O.B. Osceola shot a Red Lord 220-560, DJ, Sal JAMES K "IHO .n' MAIOESIIHOP le tdullt. "" _.10"". Fish ..umbitruittd...".1. Writ or view phone of t 1441 Eve 1111)
JAKE BOEKEIN end C.II I rt/t U/I fl Camps E'.II.
203-564 Earl Ransone 200- I 245 CM.IN M
game to take honors for this mon big single game MAOOIE BOEKEIN Hiahllnd

also. Teammates Betty Celts 500, Ike Wolford 204-53S.BriI. Huble Han 202-528. Ike Wol- HOLLY TERRACE : 1c'h. Roofing & Siding ft>/: Pot...bw1. FtartdiS44J ll/l M SIN 11TH Move STREET naht 'In'"NORTH'

roiling a 193 game, Marie coe Parker a 542 series with- ford 204-547. Harold Chaffer Corporation ASSOCIATION. e non .profit 12-Help Wanted Excellent! Insulation I eland Bedroom Florid niwir room home ION. lip Nor

Weaver a 192-482and Ida Foyer out a 200 game. Gene Dye 624.Haro'd 553, and Walt Brehm 201-533. Dlfindinli .... .1.." ,.. ." .11_ utility
NOTICE OF SUIT NMO .", ,,,"I..ly I mm of 25c ea. 49-Houses For Rent room with INN. eirperl Nurlike
a 163 assisted In the win Daniels 201-516. and Jim Glidden missed a triplicate THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO women lo Abe ovtr it,Itt frtnchut Ptrk SchwM; III.000Tirme .

of three points from the Gin- John Piercy 202-522. Moor- by one pin when he roll OU'NNINA WALTER HARRIS roMOND'EDMONDS LINNEIELIE sad in Cellar I for -"i'J't::: : COLLIER COUNTY NEWS SEASONAL RENTALIIIIOO for roliiklo/ buyer.

Louise Wolford hit a Ings Texaco won two from the ed games of 175, 17S! and 176. RITTENIEMRY JAMES to II.". C." Mr Otniinm ,mFl VINCE CONBOY
gers. K BISHOP md MAEOE BISHOP. ...,..*. WE 11114. iflir S. 19PM IT'S uphl Nv5' ,. .1.." (uIl ind up. per titton.
180 game and Jo Loach a 165 Firebirds Marvin's Lawn Ser- Sod JAKE BOEKEIN ANO MAO II/IS IMml end .ls.y wild Blue Ly.' REALTOR
PINE LANES QIE BOEKIN Ire Ron! olMtrM ihimpOMr |lNipiii
for the losers who seemed to vice two from Burger Palace, Add,.._ Unknown ..Furniture Ce__ill'l IIDtyitrofl MARLOWE AND BECK tI' NN Ave 11111 P.rbwbMI
be Abbott Seawalls three from Sun The Big Cypress Mixed Lea You ... hirtby nottfiod list T.... omp .r. Alrecl.rb w' REALTORS .
busy converting splits ottilo .r.i'1'.I Stliry 1r VIt""iiX1t.D" Two kodr
drepleif fermloe la
lull htt bltn tilid' I loforocloto Ill Fifth Avi. SoMl
Judy Russell made the 3-10, shine Suprex Lange Bros, two gue had the Ospreys winning monatat pansyou on thi follow ito >4 U/I. M .kie, I ....".. piddid kitke Mill, 1MOI, I IMITOR .om.1..111 with ....., at.

Louise Wolford the 2-7. Jo from R and E Recreation and three from the Swamp Rats 'ln.Loll ditcribid 4147. Incluilvi propirty end Lots MII Wool I 'I"'..... ind lily to wirk. thin end loSt.| Like new ill sill M Ions sill THE SEASON lindMlpid rut on wilirwiy|IM| mwlllid Lot .fully AllpI15trle : .

Yahl Bros from Rose'sTexaco Wednesday night, The White ineluilvo, and Ihi /, InspK non ass aamblyass : MM MI "ur lb/I/ kilchtn Rtvirto .,.1.
Loach the e-10andMary Kline HOLY( : ofPrllhir'. DryillinlnlEnpirunce tovilv I ...,.."'. t lith fully hill lad .', lend lirgt vtnHy -
the 4-5-7. The took three The league standings Herons three from the BobCats onihilf TERRACE(HI SUBDIVISION of Lot .. prtfirrtd but will C.MS ": M attd Sate furnitnid, fiolrta Naples Say drMtma. room. W/W ..,..t.me .
Sage and the Razor Backs and thiwn .bv Pill Book 4. Piai 44. Irani. Nosh opply. In pawn a ;mlon'II Sal Dock, TV Cikio. Pupilm INNdrSp.s ind nhtr
remain the since the lead- .
same .
from the Sesames as Angle Sal- Public Rtcirdt ., Celliir County 121f t olitrod Mutl rtttrvt ky .."n. ... duly priori I, M el
all\ lost the Panthers splitting 2-2.John pwiki TV.Nh alb DM lOiK ISri Oth SI SouthAeuiline IMO Bonne Lint. Ml. 14011
mon was high with a 180-457, ing teams one pointto Florldt"/ /TNOORWAN h.nh.M and Mtnmore kufomvlK. *n.h. Shorn. .!JJ!I MClino ll/lI If
Deal was high of the night as m tht ibove ontillid ciuie ind you e
while Reva Carr of the opposition their opponents *ro .......y roqulrid to ,,.. upsPlainlN's pot Pa..al or lath ftf I/I rtvofn Ml ..eTrMm TiiJi.. Tuarib.1 .4.I" :
lyplnf13He'p 'lCfu..ld. lo Outend Gall.
he rolled 186-543. An Whit. .. 2.J2U u/4 It tot .. ,
e e e .IIor" whoa name end : Labs Pork Would ._ ..
was rolling a 160 game, .....,... loviir 11.,_. your .,M'.ndol. .Nbin0,4117$1. / In: "JC..I alum I Itdreom Niutl Sil rtlilbH' I mi nit Ml
tallied 496 using a 180 game OLIN, sw n.M ( end .....1 or '' U/I Mu
The Food Bank Market of :
... title1
the highest this bowler has if iny to thi kill of elm M111 III" If 26-P."on.1 CAgYind lands. It/) If

ever reached. Estelle Williams the First Florida Classic Lea- Dorothy Stoneburner 163-160 A.IiwrlNsaid. psi55coup" .of. which. it (II.II I/II' I Bidrwun. I btlh. Dm. Olmi .
on or bo ,
shot a nice 157 The gue moved back up to first and 468, Coleman Boyd a 209- fore Dtctmbtr II. A 0 IM4Htrein Female ALCOHOLICS' ANONTMOUIMA I kodroom riouto lemprtiiTy ishohr t Tin Air. PMh.d Conditioner. N endjp on.rainhad .
game. Want. ., .
Dick rickson 164 and Beth fill not or diem pro confmo f isS riM arifikinfpf furniihid, lonlrilly lotltid
Cloves made It three over the place as a result of a three 497. will/ fci tnlirid ifiiiMl you .kl..", Atk rot n.lp .kr (HIin timnil ....., ||IM plui wlilltut 5. Phone 111151 5I4I IN 5411' Ave tf
point win over Conditioned Air Deal a 181 game. for the nhif pray d In thi bill of Lady Sot yttr round impliymini Ml I 4IH 1 Vi "l"/ turt"ally/ I, Mllf) 11/10 II .-
All Spice with Marge Thomas smNaM' it Prithirl Dry ClunmcDtp oi...mM MM4i(i m ,..., IStJ
e e
while' Brooks We e of Mal .. .... Ya' """ s. "'a" 'Mm 'h. room I a tin. ttntrtl' hill end
hitting a 171 and Corporation The ".tw. of ind wit kung for ) Mull k! ttpikle' Chu'tn An.. *n tin t
Margaret Four 500 series were rol ed Fortclotun of MorlgigcWITNESS hind Irwin Pluto .,..1, literten It .i MH. Ave ever TVMf Sad ash Camp ".1, nr londitiimnf/ All titttrnk
Simpson a 150 for the winners Bowl was losing three to Team my hind ind Ike Mil 1 Prtinirv/ LiundyWeminticond fi S'.MNSNPM' t d0)/ Wf If ,nhtn. dith, /inie# end die
Wednesday night when the Bowl- N. Fferidi _tl Ll'il tt58lofs ...$.. ..111IerII .
and of md Court ot pla. thitI 11/1 If
/*5. Krelllng Son made It .
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t Hooy* ., kvckIs Over Foreign Relations

I Talk About Retirement Giving Headaches To SwissBERN

I' :' HMTOR8 NOTE-Apprnacllo fore many of our preeent critics Switzerland (AP) Neutral SwltserUnd now rep.
I' The poor state of Fidel Castro's resent the tetereste la Cuba of
lag '0 were born.
J. Edgar Hcxver Is ncr>
I again the subject of rrltUISm In his interview the director relations with a number of na- eight/ countries that have broken
and oomtrove rsy. But he fared said that pressure have increased L j1Fm lions is causing headaches in an relation with tM Castro re.
bgr neither uid looks forward to < to turn the FBI into a 'jrA unexpected quarter -the Swiss The United< State was the
a continuing sctlve career tM national police forces people diplomatic service first, in 1961 Argentina Ouate.
granted< to exclusive interview who should know better are suggestlng 'meta, Honduras Chile, Brazil,
to Don Whltehead< author of that more and more of Ecuador and Venezuela fok
"The FBI Story and I rmer 1 the responsibilities of law enforcement lowed<
Associated< Press correspondent, should be transferredfrom U.S. Averts In 1980, SwitserUnd had an
.. and told him of plans Mr the local police to the FBI. ambassador and a first sec re.
future and Hoover views on "tt has been Intimated that In tary as its entire diplomaticstaff
,; Urn place of the FBI 1 1" the na protecting the life of the Presl! in Havana. Now there are
tlon'a law-enforcement apparatus dent of the United States," he / Clash With 13 diplomats and a team of
i said, 'that' federal officers LZ clerks, typists and office work.
should take into custody everyone .
By DON WHITEHEAD who might conceivably be a era.By far the most work In Havana .
WASHINGTON (AP) J. threat to the President's life is done on behalf of the
Edgar Hoover has survived when he visit a city. Reds In UN United< Sates, which bad large
more than 40 turbulent yean u "This would mean picking up Interests in Cuba before Castro
director of the FBI under seven every Communist, kook and UNITED NATIONS N.Y. took over.
president Now be merely beatnik in a city and holding (AP) The United< States and "We have Issued over 2,000
chuckles at those who talk of his them without charge If federal the Soviet Union moved today Swiss protection passports to
early retirement. officers did this, there would be toward a new search for cold American citizens still la
Hoover, who is 69 years old a tremendous uproar over the war solutions after avoiding Cuba," a senior Swiss official
said In an Interview "I feel Violation of these people' civil at least for the time being a said "But there are still a num.
fine. I'm In better physical ton. CONTROVERSIAL NOW-A rights and rightly so." head-on fight over U.N. finances ber who have not registeredwith
dltlon than I have been In years. weekly news magazine' re Hoover still thinks the Warren our embassy In Havana."
And I Intend to remain active port that President Johnson Commission was unjustified in 'NEA Telephoto I Secretary of State Dean Rusk The Cuban government recog.
because I just don't like therockingchair I I. "a disenchanted fin of chiding the FBI for not having BAKER BALKS AGAIN Bobby Baker recalled to the witness stand In the reopened arranged a third meeting with nines the Swiss protection pass.
life. U I retired, I FBI Director. Edgar Hoover passed the name of Lee Harvey Senate investigation of his private financial manipulations while he was Senate Democratic Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei port although It does not give
wouldn't enjoy life very much" and li seeking replacement Oswald along to the Secret secretary, again balked at answering questions With him at the hearing was his A. Gromyko Saturday and left the holder the right of a nor.
Hoover fives every appear. brought emphatic denial Service u a potential killer B counsel crack Washington attorney Edward Bennett Williams upon whose advice Baker open the possibility of further mal passport.
ante of a man who Is enjoying was Oswald whom the commission talks next week. An American law decrees that
from the White House How cited constitutional grounds for his refusal to testify Above. Williams. left answers a
lit* hugely, even when it be. ever, the magazine declaredit held solely responsible forthe question while Baker sits mute. These are the first highlevelUJB UA visas and passports must
It has been assassination of President be signed by an official of an
comes a bit hectic as stands by Its statement .-Soviet discussions since the
In recent days He 1* M pounds Kennedy Hoover contends there new regime took over in Moscow American consulate or emba
lighter than he was Us year was nothing in the record to and (he two Rusk-Gromyko sy. A* none of these are now In
ago He appear to have lost ther, former Ambassador< Joseph suggest that Oswald was dan. State Speeds Up LBJ To sessions \earlier this week focused Cuba, any American whose
little If any of his old restless P. Kennedy< gerous. Willing Change < on the immediate crisis passport has expired has to go
energy And he places no cutoff "I have known Joe Kennedy "Total security for the Presl. Work On Link To over Soviet arrears on U.N through a complicated procedure .
date on his future for many years" he said, "andI dent of the United States is rl.dlculous dues. to go to the United States
Part of his exuberance, no knew the boys u they grew ," Hoover said "Whenhe Rusk was reported< ready now With his Swiss protection
doubt, comes from the fact that up. My relation with John were 1* gregarious aid loves to Interstate 75 Policy For British Aid to canvass with Gromyko the passport he goes to the Mexl.
President Johnson waived May the requirement that he and before Us Inaugu.In. You can advise him to take TALLAHASSEE (AP) The other East-West problems rang. a Mexican transit visa. WithIt
retire at 70, which he reaches in ration In January 1981, he calledme < certain precautions but that State Road Department reported WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. warnings of trouble. tog from disarmament to trade. he can fly to Mexico City
January."So and asked< me to stay on as doesn't mean he will take today that work has been accel. dent Johnson evidently 1* The President is turning his The U.s. assessment Is that where the American Embassy
you might say I'm hooked director of the FBI He also them." orated on Interstate 73 to link prepared< to agree to extensive primary attention from the crisis the Soviet government Is still gives him an American visa.
and I'm happy about it even called Allen Dulles and asked Hoover said there Is pressure Tampa and WIldwood and on 195 changes in US plans for a in Viet Nam to the problemsof under committee rule and thus The procedure Is also difficult
though staying on the job will him to remain as head of CIA. I from civil rights leaders for the on the upper east coast NATO nuclear missile force in the alliance in preparation not likely to make radical policy for Americans wishing to get
cost me money," Hoover said told him I would be happy to FBI to give personal protectionto Work has started on the fifth an effort to secure British par. for the talks with Wilson. changes. In contrast to Mos. Information on friends or rela.
'If I retired< I could, under the stay" civil rights workers and those and sixth jobs In eight that will tlclpatlon. Undersecretary of State cow's currently harsh propa. lives in Cuba.
new law, draw a tax-free pen. Recently Newsweek magazinesaid demonstrating for civil rights be required to build 173 from He also Intends to handle the George W. Ball returned to ganda Gromyko In speaking They must write to the State
slon of $30,000 a year. But by President Johnson had ausI.. The proponents argue Tampa to Wlldwood where the highly controversial project in Washington Thursday night privately to Rusk was said to Department which forwards the
staying on the job I must pay a decided to find a new FBI boss that local police cannot be trust. superhighway currently joins such a way as to keep open the from diplomatic talks in London have left out charges against request to the Swiss government
substantial part of U In income It described the President as a ed to view the Negro cause with the turnpike.The possibility, however slight, that and Paris on military, political U... policy in the Congo and In Bern which in turn sends it
taxes." "disenchanted< fan" of Hoover' sympathy two jobs on which work France eventually may be per. and economic Issues that face Viet Nam. on to the Havana Embassy.The .
Hoover said he bad observedthat The White House denied the re. "They want "us to be body. Just began are In Sumter Coun. .ua men who remain physically! port guards and to give personal pro. tr and will cost $4.4 million. he Is determined not to let report to Johnson Saturday. myko was interested in broad< any Americans who accidental.
and menially busy are less ube As to his difference with Dr. tectlon," Hoover said, "but that the present opposition of Presl. About the time Ball landed at ening the 1963 nuclear test ban. ly land on Cuban territory.
ject to heart attack and other King (whom he recently called< 1* Impossible It was even sug. dent Charles de Gaulle who is Andrew. Air Force Base, U.S. France and Red China have Switzerland receives no set
ailment than those who retire, "a notorious liar"), the FBI tested at one time that our building a French national nuclear Ambassador< Maxwell D. Taylor refused to join, and there seemsto fee for the extra work but the
slow their working pace, and chief added< "I don't enjoy a agents should drive the buses force, block formation of took off for Saigon, alter policy be little Washington or Mo. other countries pay expenses
grow fat from leisure.He controversy and 1 don't go look. used< by Freedom Riders going New Strike the NATO force, which Johnson discussions with the President cow can do about that How.
mentioned Bernard Bar. tog for one. I have tried< for across Alabama I refused< to do hopes can be started next year. and other top officials on the ever, Rusk and Gromyko were
uch, Winston Churchill and the years to avoid public disputes.But It. Our agents can not be chauf.feur These points of administration anti-Communlst war in South said to agree that the possibilityof Bankers To ReturnTo
late Herbert Hoover lit exam I cannot let attack on the for any cause policy emerged from a speech Viet Nam extending the ban to under.
pie of men who continued ac. FBI go unchallenged when they "After all that has been writ. Johnson delivered Thursday at The administration has not ground explosions now ex. Miami Beach
tree, useful lives long after th.rhad are not juitlfled If I didn't ten, so few people know what Looms AtBerkeley Georgetown University\ Setting announced any decisions, but empt could be explored< in
passed< 70. speak out in defense of my we legally can do and can't do. the tage for his meeting next neither has it discouraged speculation technical talks at the Geneva For Convention
"U I quit" he said, "1 think I agents, I would have no morale Our agents can not be used as Monday and Tuesday with Brit that bombing strikes disarmament conference.The HOLLYWOOD AP The
would have trouble After three left In this organization!' Instrument for social reform. ish Prime Minister Harold WI!. shortly may be undertaken U.N. financial argumentis ( ) -
Board of Governors of the In.
or four days of vacation I get so About two weeks ago Hoover They are law enforcement son, it appealed< for unity among against Communist supply lines on a back burner and the slm. vestment Banker Association
Itchy for activity that I call the leveled< some harsh words at his agents Their job I Is to gather the Atlantic allies and denied from North Viet Nam to the meting question is; How much of America voted< Thursday to
office and ask them to send me critics during a news conference facts when there is an indication the Atlantic alliance is "In the south through the Jungles of will the Soviets have to pay return to the Hollywood Beach
some work!' attended by women reporters. that a federal law ha been vto.lated. )-Unl.versltv midst of crisis." Lao.. and In ,what manner will they Hotel for it* 54th annual con.
The FBI chief at first was Some thought the words popped These facts are presented 1flaiaA insurgent Rather, Johnson asserted, the pay to escape losing their venison next
more interested< in talking of his out on the spur of the moment, to the Department of Justice, student went free In wholesale alliance "is In the midst of became vote in the General Assemblyfor The 1965 year.convention will beheld
health than such matter a* his but sucluwasnt the case. and the department decides number today u other threatened change," and he argued that Congress responsible not paying their assessmentsfor from Nov. 28 to Dec. 3.
for the administration of
tiff with the Rev. Martin Luther For several months Hoover whether there will be or will not a campuswlde strike to every great period of change in U.N. peacekeeping opera
King, the civil right leader had been smarting under re. be a prosecution."An paralyse the 27,000-student In..tltutlon. the alliance has been character the affairs of the District of dons In the Congo and the Mid.
and his annoyance with the port of criticisms from civil FBI agent 1s not author. ized by debate and dire Columbia on June 20, 1874. die East? It Pays Te Advertise

Warren Commission's report on rights leaders, which he felt bed to pass judgment on the It was reported< that a huge
the assassination of President added up totDeriding guilt or Innocence of a person. bond, rumored u high as $80,.
John F. Kennedy< He shoved the effort of the He can only gather the facts 000, wu filed to obtain their
them into the background. FBI to brine to iustlce the men and let the facts speak for freedom
"A few year ago," Hoover guilty of .laytn"e civil right themselves. If he were allowed "We're turning them loose as
recalled, "I spent the Christmas workers and bombing Negro to become an investigator fast U we can," said an Ala.
holidays in Miami with friends. homes and churches In the Judge and jury all in one, then meda County sheriff's deputyat Help Golden Gate You don'thave
We ate at all the best restau. South) advising Negroes not to we would have no constitutionallaw Santa Rita Prison Farm, 18holes
rants a lot of rich food and take their problems to the FBII enforcement. We would where the student were taken Play
when I got back to the office I saying most FBI agents were have a police state." after they were dragged out of
was much too heavy Southerners who were not sym. Hoover is convinced that the the campus administration
"Then I got an invitation to a pathetic to the Negroes' cause) only sound law enforcement building Thursday.An Country Club
formal dinner at the White blaming the FBI when the De. system 1* one based on a local army of police arrested tobecome
House. When I got out my dress partment of Justice decided not police system working In coop. 801 students u they sprawledon
suit I could hardly squeeze IntoI to prosecute certain, ,.nmnt federal three
eratlon with the sgen.cles. floors of Sproul Hall
it, In fact, I was afraid during and criticizing the FBI's; cooperatlon ;;;; : He argues the main police They were hauled< away In bus. celebrateGrand ofgolffrea
the evening that I'd pop some with "segregationist"police responsibilities lie at the local es and ball bonds were set u
thing loose That Is when. I officers level and must remain there He high as 1300 for some.
decided< that I and all my In his talk with the III".WO.min. insists that this system with all Stephen Welssman, chairman
I special agents were going to Hoover replied< to the crttl. of its faults, serves the cuss of of a committee representing
take off weight A survey had clam Justice best and should be tm.teaching assistants and grad. Opening
"The time had com to be
showed< that almost 1 agent In 10 < her than uate students, announced Thurs.
blunt" he said In the latest In. proveddestroyed
wan too day night his committee had
"I took off 10 pounds In a tervlew. "Public trust In the "We still have trouble with voted to start a strike of all
short time merely by leaving off FBI I I. an Important part of law sher.Iff .
some redneck backwoods students today until next Tues.
bread< butter potatoes and enforcement and national security. month. a
the *," he said. day noon.
If that trust is chipped
chocolate cream pie. Now '' The rebels ..lr.t 1 believe the FBI Is
our defense against opera.
170. away
down 33 pounds to about Wednesday night and refused< to
espionage and subversion ting on sound principles. My
And we have only five over vacate despite a plea to dls.perse .
weight agents in the entire bu Is weakened," duty Is to see that It keeps a
Then he adders "They seem steady course and Is not used to peacefully by campus '
reau. Chancellor Edward Strong
to 'forget that we have been in serve any pressure group" 1
Hoover who has served lit Mario Savto, SI, a philosophy .
director of the FBI since 1924, the fight to preserve civil rights Then he added with a grim "I major who moved< to California Ih
speaks with affection of the lat.Prl.ld.nt for the put 40 years We were expect to be around quite awhile from New York City, led the .
Kennedy and his gee fighting against injustices be.i too." demonstrator In their demand _
for unrestricted< freedom to recruit '

members and collect funds / jenj .
anywhere on campus for off. ;
WANTED: SNOW AND RAIN-APLENTY campus political activities fi'

dlhose. Jailed, only a handful
were released on bond. ,
Chi ANA T A "Seizure of the building had
G.t L.kert nothing to do with free speech
L LiIJ D.h.... A," and the FJ.M. knew It," Kerr A
+ ?, said
MINK y ti.1 WMA "This protest has never been
M over free speech," he said.
1 Lke "There has been and IS freedom
I SAUIT 3FL of speech at the University of
vl,, Mast[ toexf r eWe + California The protest has been
over organizing political action ..
Ft.Hwwr on the campus This has been
granted< within the limits of the
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Average Wis t Some students released on
MO ft. e1 ball made charges of police brutality .
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3.02 Ft. Isle 'else a yt1Anrege cars Mid the only injuries were
A erege those inevitable U the Job of
Wf HAND N y''yfil' i lifting, carrying and arresting
!a thIs
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Aet>rf MICR, L Sa Ob. r About 1,000 persons met In
tint cl.+r t what .
was tabbed an
we faculty meeting Thursday Play a round of free golf once during December any

IOWA 1' t art FT. and approved< a resolution calling time you like. You'll oe impressed with Golden Gate
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ayv ,rat cwIo MeregeiUi4Ot ward for Strong'Berkeley Ouster Chancellor Ed. great new 9-hole championship golf course. (There are

e.CA The meeting also asked alternate tees for 18-hoie play.) Try the driving range. l ur

u IND. OHIO FA Berkeley Municipal Judge Rupert Then look over the magnificent clubhouse with pro shop, A
Crittenden to release the
MILLS arrested students locker rooms social and party rooms lounge and snack
on own
ILL 0 too recognizance or cut their ball to shop. Inspect the big swimming pool and patio.:! Talk to GATEt y

N..weWidespread flS each. The judge said he pro William Vach about his junior and adult golf clinics.

areas 01 the country are still suffering from the effects of prolonged drought would The think students about charged U. with unlawful We bet >ou'll want to join Golden Gate. Single member \

despite some recent rain and .no,",. Subnormal water levels In the Great Lakes. a. seen assembly, trespassingand ship is only $125; families $155. To reserve your free
on map above moz. the critical drought condition. Only Lake Superior .is aboveaver'i' the resisting arrest either round of golf call MI 26526. /
and that by lab l than six Inches Heavy precipitation anticipated during on* two or all the charges -
nest ail months U expected to raise the levels, but not necessarily up to average Fig' need as much a* 1300 ball to go

urn art by U.s. Army Corps of Eminem. tree '

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