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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 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: / Harvest Time For The County's Farmers !


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All's Well Weather Outlook i High Lewa.m.

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f By SAM ENGLAND through Sunday Lural aile.*,. I>*e. I 11:11 2:14 T:15 71IH :

It's busy tint tor Collier becoming more numrroun b r N t\U *. T 12:42 2:12 7-M 7HI ;
County farmer Hemt el tin Sunday. ltr.h Sundi in the t oller! I I..*. I lit! liM 127: l.ll

vegetable crop is U toll swing upper 7/.. Soethrrl wind 1. ou d goes I ItU tle: .:It ':11

with thousand: of crated to IS miles per hour lorall 7 Ret. M 2:44 I:1* 10W 10:27
tomatoes cucumber
pepper, little higher in .ho.ftll. Add one hour fur Mane
and quash on the road to the
northern market .r1djTOR'Y J .\ SUNDAY DECEMBER 6 1964 _'''* } 4lit YEAR NUMBER
Tomato shipments are In t 20 PACES J'LO.\: t 95

large majority and the price U 1.\BRJ\t\ Or
most favorable, with top trade -
bringing between 20 and 25 cent

per pound. 'Monkey On Our Bock
In m 1cS.A uault, fragile looking
I tomato plants, barely an Inch
above ground, marked the first
planting, one of a aerial
to stretch the crop over a longer
harvest period. Today those tiny Where To Draw SalinityLine
plant are almost shoulder high

and, supported by stakes, are :.
b.avUyladen with tomatoes ready / J.
for harvest. /
Typical of the vegetable farm
throughout the county Is that of r I

Carl Glidden at the junction ofGoodlette

Here about 450 and acres Airport are devoted Road. Prime County Worry

to t tomato crop. Picking of the '.
first and second plantings 1*

well under way, and some har
vest of the third planting has .


been A accomplished.visit to the farm before The proposed salinity line e' 'l M 1/ ,i'Ie-- ., ,. .. .
8 '.m. leaves an Impression S loom as a monster to certain \ : .,I IIW" l,= N M Ir iii It.N

of complete confusion. Trucks developer in Collier County.To ,.. M A111 cRT .
1.1\ J' I JI JI..- r N H N #. Y N ._ oN M J1fo
other salt water Intrusion
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and buses appear In lines from .
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into the fresh water supply Is ,
directions. Workers
several \ .
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a r I I 1 e rH
nearly 400 of themappear to a monster to be feared far more. \

be milling around aimlessly The County Commission earlyin NA/tES .; or T ,. .. II I. .., '. # ,.
the summer proposed a Win .
But as time to start the day I. _

work there 1 near* an efficient, It 1* soon organization.apparent to ity Dade line stretching County lines.from the Goner Lee .. I ..... tT- ., .. .. If If .I" Ol... II ., .. .

Comparable to a chain of ally. It followed the Tamlaml -,-
command In the army,overseer* Trail. It moves inland around 0040011P"'SS _I ..!\. a. N .. N /N l e N .. If .. M dl

and foremen take over, and mi MR. AND MRS. RUDY DIAZ are .killed at the task toward the City the of Gulf Naples in the, and Henderson dip. l', H .. ... .Ie ." ,. .. W JII .. .. "
chlnery and personnel move out of tying the plants to the stakes It', a whirl aroundthe t.

to prearranged stations for the stake and a repeat of the process at the next The Creek County area.Commission site ,. -'. : .- .. .I' J'I.I I ... JiI f '" .. oN ...
dayPickers..28 plant and stake The husband and wife team accomplish .
squarely between two factions, J. .' .
th.m..all Urged
with numbers of for Identification the testing job at a steady walk one opposing, one favoring the )I n'I J.1 vr. I J.j I .1 # ,. .. ,#
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and and two record field keeping worker; five lunerl, AU present favor location a salinity of the line barrier., but ray h'OJ' ... :. ,. .. ..
accompanya .
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foreman to a prearranged just where it Is to be locatedIs t. _
section of tomatoes, already a different m liter depending 1.I'f" ". -. II" w
upon the Viewpoint.The t -.... ... --
marked out, and soon the cratesof ..14"J
trn+
"e a t '
mtit a .. .
"pinks" begin to pile up for + Commission sponsored If pa 1-- Y ii N d N II "
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truckers. an engineering survey which establlshed .
Smaller crews go to other fe.e iet the line as it 1* now \ at tr I. _: r. ., .i. I a rV ..
sections for the delicate Job of located. The Commission Is 1 t .. 114-
pruning. Others take over the t'u aware that most coastal count rtII't! ; H JM M [r1 'i _N -r tt fee' N N

task of tying the rapidly grow ies have established a salinity "'
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inc vines to stake already In line Come far too late, as dl.s' INN 0 v e.JI .jt: 'J' lt1 r

place. one engineer put It. \ MA to' t\r r.l .P.J-'.S'.f.l """f : I Id
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FACES DILEMMAThe \ }\. 11c
WAY JOB r.
Setting TWO stakes- to support the w Commission Is swan that COL II ., Q "" ". j "'" { :r, II J

vines is a two-way process. One the Henderson Creek CO., with 1 II" !.
crew follows t truck loaded with plates showing canals already ii : ... "I.IJ'.... If It. 1.1.. H It..
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.the stakes, and sets them In filed with the County, and rum er. b ZtT;
place with a slight jab, but not Otis home site sold, face t J' r. Vl r;.. lti ri ""j ;I

nearly solid enough to support NiIkIFpir4 dilemma. The property lie .... .....-.011- .. :;.. o .
the vine which soon wilt bf between the drawn salinity Un \ W .
loaded with tomatoes. and the Gulf The sinking of well . V. .'-.. '.. \ ,V'J ]
The final stake-setting opr.atlon and canal construction beyond the T r11ANr y.w1L e a .. r ,.., ti.N.. I

Is done by a crew using barrier Is to be controlled by caw n. AOOrtgD I'r ,"r.c..t..o: I !'" .-",
air hammer A truck, equipped the Commission.L .rr::: P1'o P,N 110.. -t,1, :. $ tJ '):t
with an air compressor, travels L L Loach developer of the -- &JJu.JYIVV ,
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and is t, of Capriaeanturther canal :
tomato ,
between the rows IIIYcsgsir 4 {.
trailed by air hoses leading to construction in the Henderson aRaoM" : .ff
C\'t' (J'
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about 10 especially constructed Creek area will destroy the well CAN Rtki54 b : D.f
hammer which drive the stakes. field furnishing water to his de 4.,.
One workman bandies each air velopment. The Isles of: Capri I-'f /11
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gun and the truck moves along jA within the last year has instil. "" J' ..
at a slow steady pace. Ill &A led a new water system, piping
Pruning requires special train 4' water from wells just south of: SAIJNITY (LINE as drawn by the County Commission 'Is shown above along

ing, u does tying. Crews work. the Isle of: Capri Road and with alternates suggested by developers opposing the present location of the
tog these jobs are comparatively not far from the Trail. salt water barrier Another engineering survey may bo made to resolve the
.mall. The Henderson Creek CO. has controversy
Presently, the Cltdden farmIs proposed that the salinity line

picking 1,000 to 4,000 boxes THESE SMILING ladies know their business as prune KTlr toward the Cult In that
of tomatoes dally, and the num. suckers area, be moved eastward to the barrier generally follow the A well engineered salinity line
Certain of the ailed ,
ers parts plimts < Your Heart la In
W -
> of Capri Road. The com. .
Trail with few
Continued 2) exceptions re.malned today may bo outdated tomorrow,
( OB page ate trimmed out to produce the desired crop also that an are
Rally suggest
unrhanged. But a* a
as excessive pumping of freshwater The Right Place
one quarter of a mile on either compromise another englneerlnf may turn the intrusion
side of: Henderson Creek be ei. will be made, The
survey pro. monster loose As the NEWS went to press
eluded from control at the ultra
posal to hire edlsis.rMdflrna. II Is agreed a fresh water sup. (or this edition. Indications
.... 't Ity line. U has also proposed was reluctantly accepted by the) ply-end I plentiful one-will benee..ry wen that the Greater Naples
.7- a salinity dam at the point where developers.
to meet demands of
the Trail crosses the Creak Untied Fund U felrf' over the
It wu pointed out the salinity an expanding population But top-and may mak u big.C.J.Copley.campalgn .
ARGUMENT problem dues tut remain static how to do H777 chairman

reported thai fins I figures
Developer claim limit it Ion* *re now being complbd. "From

on canal construction will re. what I can see now," he said.
duce the value of the property. Anger Hits MississippiTown "I'm lure we've hit our foil,
also
They point to commitmentsin
tales already consummated. and may fo well over R"
CnJey attributed the Isle
From another viewpoint, oneenctn..r
pointed out that a tack With Arrest Of 21 surge to"s truly wonderful el-
of: a fresh water supply would fen In the county, particular!
a reduce the value of the proper In Immokslee" where, he laid.

ty to a much lower figure. PHILADELPHIA Miss., (AP) would Urn over Information to S keen civic sense obviously)

Commission Chairman Dewey Anger unrest and unan. the slate for possible murder took over and participation was
y y. Polly has described the situ*. leered question gripped this prosecution, "even better than had .been
+ than a* a "monkey o sour bad", eastern Mississippi tow today Dt at. Ally William H. John. anticipated." The bnmokalen
} referring to the Commission after the FBI irresUd SI while son It, the stale prosecutor for drive was chat rmanned by Tony
In .1enrth1..10II0IIheCom.I men Friday In connection with this red clay hill section of Ml*. Rotbough and WU Prtc*.
rv mission last Wednesday, the sa. the murder of three civil right sltslppl, sild he was studying A final report on the drive
het. Nact. Unity line was tossed back and worker last summer. the FBI charges "but I am not wU: be gIven Tuesday Copley
r.rl', forth with equal! strong argu, Twenty of the II, IncludingNeshob I* I position to *ay what action said.
meats each side Engineer County Sheriff Law. will be taken." Johnson said the
TOMATO PLANTS. only an inch high tit August :rIta lid u slat high onMariner on
and developer presented sever rewe Ralney, Deputy Cecil next grand Jury which could
pickers and are heavily laden with a crop in Cult bar,fit
Price and
al viewpoint five Ke Kiss Klana. return murder Indictments Is
The Jelly proposal that the men, were free on bond, siM.Ing scheduled lo anew In February.ptusftelphia .
bearing In federal court al a Iowa. of ,000
.' I J nearby Meridian Thursday. which boast livestock and lam.

4 Gets The FBI charged II of the ber ** It* major Industrie, was
A Mass Arrests men with violating the civil. S place of parades after thenews

right ef the three worker, and of the meet wept the
Order To Shift Give the other two a* accessories. same Friday,
University TIle FBI complaint said. Price This Has Jut ruined our
and nine of the other plotted Christmas& ," said ON woman,
Course To Mars Legal Headache the Interception of the worker wllo asked that her Mme set be
sear Philadelphia and that Itwa sad. '1 wish they could have

PASADENA Calif. (.0)-) y/ part ef the conspiracy thai done U sooner, so It wasn't so
BERKELEY Calif. (AP) -
Radioed commands from earth *, they "would threaten, assault, rlose lo CIIrt.et...."
Hundred of rett University
started Mariner 4 today through hoot and kill t em." A salesman who also asked loresutui
California and other
an intricate maneuver designed student The victims. were MlrftaelIrbweraer anonymous said, "1
to drive It Within 8,600 miles of face. mass arrilgnatent Mae.day. and Andrew Good; tote. lo try to go out selling
Mars next July 14. ... .to this week's wild camptu man, two white.. Hew Yorker, Monday I know Mils I* going lolow 7:5%
as affleUl gear up for .. "
and James Chaney, s Metre of thing bun
Jet Propulsion Laboratory whopping legal beedacne.Aa 0
MerViiM, Ml**. They duaa. ..
Asolfcer a* aId' figured
scientist said tt would be sever. # A army of police, at the a. peered after gob* to PMlsdel.pkls the SI would be held wider large
al day before they CM tell pre. rerun of One.: Edmund C. from nearby MerldUs to bonds "whatever figure was
daely now successful they were d Brown, dragged limp bodlee eut Isveetlgate. s sheet bombing set by the ftev. Mantis Luther
In their attempt to cfcange the s 01 the Berkeley campW" sdmfc. Their bodies were found la enesrUUlll King Yosi knot lie''s mwlnc
camervtotlag spacecraft's direction P istratloe twOdl/ig Tharsday and dam 44 days Ister. our goeram.nt.1The
from course that arrested them .
The big qawstkM as PhllaM.pkla
would miss thai ID'tlr1oalpIaMt y II MS charged with rlo.
r '"1 l The lIt ** *.** and *y.. residents larked their
byl 1(0,000 miles Lei tiling the rignts of the ..,.
pathetic outsiders demonrued door and deserted their street
tiered m en could got 10 to
Coldstone Tracing foam on to '1M..,. the enlverstty Into Friday sign was whether ay year
prison, s floe of IJ.OOO eexb or %
the desert ?S mile northwest of k permitting reeniittog. end ..... of tile n men swept ap Is the botlt. U they are convicted, a i
here reported the windaia.shaped raising anywttere en fee 27,000. FBI act would act.lly be the federal shams
vehicle) apparently was sttdent camps* for ofi.es.vpMcsese charged wltt _reler.
"TOP GRADB" u the of Don lander county The other two .
opinion charged as accessories
nctinc out property a set of such as MrQ rights- now Murder is sot federal crime
commands previously stored latts agriculture aj<<.nt (1,1 I and t'arl (;lid>len farmer Hewed eely to OM place on the elees tt t* consulted oa teder- could get three years
electronic brain. aa they check fast pickings <.f the day campM. al property. The FBI said M to prison, s 1500 One, or both. _

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.i. Fl.., Su"d.", c.mb.r t, .194 Weather Review
Plans
FPUC New
t Paul Back In Rome
Pope 117 64
Nev S8 ft till i iHI
Harvest. real dry, Irrigation Is necessary Probe
In FPL Co. Net It U n.M .;
((
U it rains the spraying 11, III bit .
l ntmued fro n page 1)) crew goes Into action If It la N83. *5 Coo

ber wUllncl'ftMrapldlyasotherplantlnp 'cold, the tomatoes ripen for harvest Rates RevenuesTALLAHASSEE r. After Visit To Bombay Dee 1 M 41 0011
reach the harveat stage, slowly A real warm dayon Dee 2 n M ooo
bout 400 workmen are cm the Job the heels of a cool snap, (AP) lie/ Dec SKM as M oon

now, but more are needed The and the tomatoes ripen faster Florida Public Utilities COlli. ROME AP) Pope Paul VI Rome Just before noon, Bombay 4 85 71 n.OIl
harvest will continue well Into Each emergency has to be met. mission will begin a tailed! lil. came hume Saturday to jubilant time. Data ..,..... ky C.',...*.n G.rd./
tile spring and be replaced at that Sometimes a truck loaded with iitlsatlm of Florida Power Roman welcome by tens of Tens of thousands of Romans
time with watermelons as the tomatoe meets with an accident and Light Co rates ai d rev'P. thousands after a dramatic visIt turned out to cheer the Roman
leading crop. or turns over. Thousands of ones In a puhlll hearing' JaJl. .8 to India that he said outdid Catholic pontiff on his drift Want ChurchesTo
If It rains there may be too pounds of tomatoes, worth DOS. In Miami I.A his drums from Rome's Flumlclno airport
touch water. If It continues slbly 25 cents per pound, are second, hearing was pi '. the Eternal City.
airline through
.
An Italian jet carr>
Involved. Some salvage requires April 12 for rOlJsoexaIllIJl.IIH, what he saw Enter
tog the pope nonstop from Bom Deeply moved by DrugAddiction
another working crew. The The Investigation was a.dcted bay touched down at Flumlclno as he walked through Bombay'swretched
Title
Companyof trucks hauling the crops to the after Miami filed what the t ,,/11. the Fri.
Airport at 3:49 p.m. ((9:49 a.m. slums, Pope
market mUM be kept rolling mission said It considered avery I EST) to a 21.gun Italian mill day Issued a plea to all nationsto Fight
Naples
A bus serious indictment 111 dies
carrying workers to the
and at
use
Aldo Moro halt the arms rare
tar salute. Premier
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS field may run out of gas. "What's and earnings of Florida power rs. and; cardinals of the Roman least part of the funds to help DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -
and Light I.j A home mission group of tie,
delaying bus 10'1" Is the radio
church were present to poor countriesHis
Catholic
INSURANCE:
TinE
call of Is Miami's charges were leveled .j'to National Council of Chuntewants '
Sit Pork 81 "Out gas the reply. .j welcome the 67.year-oid pontiff. appeal, directed at news.men
,
church to
people
Result? Another bus out after receiving the report III a mobilize public entpthe
MI HOtt goes The Pope had met with presidents in order to
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to pick up 40 or more workers, study of rattts and revenues 0' and prime ministers, satIn opinion around the world, said: fight against narcotic ad litton
"LO both Florida Power and by treating It as an nines
for Light
they gather no tomatoes sitting special
W'J. "We entrust to you our
discussion with leaders
...,.... in a bus that's out of gas.It's and Southern Bell Telephoneand "'f'C of quiet to the world. Would requiring treatment and reh,!.
Mr1a, J :, eastern churches, and walked messtje
a busy time for the Telegraph Co from a prU the btlltatlon.
could cease
't Fla.ue the destitute that the nations
among as a com.
vale consultant earlier this I V Church.related clinics, tneuseof
h farmers, and the problems are year. mon pastor, weeping at the mis armaments race, and devote religion and changes In state
many and energies
their
resources
".\ stt.i cry he saw and federal laws to permit
VA.IIAl\1STEIt" This. Ian in a submerged plastic fraternal assist. reha.
Instead to the
Alitalia for
tank Is kept alive ban irtitUul\ Kill" --an extremely thin He left by Jetliner ance of the developing coun. bllltatlon were among things
film of silicone rubber- -across the top bottom and two tries suggested to the council's gei .
sides of Its underv.dk i honk The gill" extracts air from "Would that every nation, eral board before It ended ,I
the surrounding water Carbon dioxide exhaled by the ham City Building thinking thoughts of peace and two.day meeting here Frlda\
ster passes through the mimbrane and dissolves in the not of affliction zed war, would Society should stop looking
water. Without the gill' the animal would suffocate Device Week $356,614A contribute even a part of Its ex. upon an addict as only a rrlml.
was invented by Dr Walter L Hobb. rear scientist at pendltures for arms to a great nal, the council's Division "I i
the General Electric Research Labotatory Schenectady. Home Missions said In a report
$275,000 permit for a 28. world fund for the relief of the
N.Y. lie of such membranes In sub asking that the board adopt j
serving
sees possibility unit apartment-building complexIn many problems of nutrition,
marine rescue work.EXCLUSIVE The Moorings highlighted actl. clothing, shelter and medicalcare policy statement to that effect

wily at the City of Naples build. which affect so many peo.
-- fog office in the first week of plea"
I December. Immediately, Sen Glaclnto The
Adams To Probe Total for the week was $3 se.. Bosco asked his party to urge
AT RAR 614 The figure for the entire the Italian government to promote .
month of November was only an International agree
PS Reported ErrorIn $491,514. For the year, the ment for combatting povertyand your '
Our Special record-breaking total has sur. famine In underdeveloped Mlic
/,/
1Sl Individuality TabulationsTAMPA passed $12,700,000.Seven countries
two story apartment The Italian senator suggested
in .
(AP) Secretary of buildings, each containing four that Italy divert one per cent of
State Tom Adams planned today units, will be built at 744.792 its annual defense budget udth;
GIFTS to look into a Tampa Tri Wedge Drive by Homlll Homes. possibly $21 million to a heoatiul I
bune disclosure: that t voting Owner Is Paul C. Benedura'sBenlleo world antipoverty fund
Accessories tabulation error In HUlsborough Corp. Gamble, Pownall, During hit last morning In
O County defeated Instead of and Cllroy designed the build. India, the Pope visited several ONLY J95M DOWNYou
Antique passed a constitutional amend. ings, which contain a total of Bombay church congregations,
aOeEs ment allowing the legislature to 24,092 square feet of living Including the Basilica of Mount qu.lty" can p/:now.". g lor v. under your ram$50'ly I
INTERIORSFurniture revise the Florida constitution space Mary and St. Peter's Church. 'nclud,n| tenons A sheet mQ ,
OWNS 'D ee i 0 oars The Tribune said Friday that Architects' drawings Indicated He also mingled for an hour world,v. your of matte lamely< the the"ow wood.1 64 i.'" .
amoua yeepton incorrect results were sent to three of the buildings are slated with bishops of India More than Pn.tore" puno by GulbroII"
HALF SLIPSOt ; the State Canvassing Board aft.er for immediate construction, with 75 of them were in Bombay 0',dial 51,611.l for. your home horn, dVMI"H' ,
Upholstering four marked "future" The From throughout the country for
Names a typographical error oc. YOJ'II .1"l o r.c..ve .1 Cnmt i I, I,
Tbe DraperiesCarpetin curred In the county registrar'soffice building permit covers all seven the 38th International Eucharis. 10 mock to.,""eyo LOU"" rniiaa"
5S- .
e David V Veenschoten will be tic Congress, which occasionedhis OKp.rt complct. nuructort knowl.dge of Insuring your na w I I
.\ Tribune editor James A. Clen. the contractor for a 40 by 65-foot visit to india. Pn.lor. piano I
Gentlemen's Purchase dlnen discovered the apparent store building at 869 Fourth Ave. The pontiff walked and To Start your mu>'cal I Ilbrr, I
error when he noted that Hills nut North. Owner Is Hilda Oo prayed for an hour in a proces. toward you'II r.c.iv.your l.vO"lo a %15 00 moot, Cn d.1 baIt
Exquuiteljr borough County figures In a chiuzzo and estimated construe. slon that moved 3Vi times r.l"g out folk' cl I ,sspopular ,,I .1, '
RR.RoJHC. state tabulation did not conformto lion cost is $17,000.Rutenberg around a great tiered altar, or country WeelernALL
THIS FOR ONLY INS
Cilt Wrapped the county's unofficial tally Construction Co. Is mounting it tier after tier as on TOTAL I I Ilion
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from election night building a $23,500 residence for a symbolic Mt. Calvary. ( down a under IJO months ,
Our Compliments!II! Adams said he first would C L Howison at 2063 Eighth From the altar in the oval

1100 Etching Third Street South is rf' rn make certain that an error had Street South. Rutenberg also Is site of the congress, the Pope The Musichauson'
been made and would then de. building a $17,500 house for FredH said a prayer for two who died
1290 Third St. So. clde how it might be corrected Woodward at 1S46 Mandarin. during his Indian visit: an In. Don Holh.upn pmll',elu'
Member legally "Possibly the correct Michigan Construction Co. plans dlan photographer killed on the !H,dd.n b.h,nd N.pIr. eiu." '
tlon could be made by adminIstrative to build an $18,700 residence in day of the Pope's arrival, and SIC Avenue No A the T,."I
American Institute action," he said, "but Its own name at 594 Yucca Road an American priest, the Rt. MI 1110..
Interior Designers there Is grave danger that Rev. Msgr. John Brosnan of Quality 9ervi'. Nnuwlcd J
r someone In the future could al. election tor ratification. Both Huron, S.D., who died Friday.
.tack the legality of the correc. houses would have to aeree to
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tlon the amendment.
p p He said to preclude this hap. The Hlllsborough County registration BOOKS N
penlng, the matter should be supervisor, John C.
/ 19u' t{ handled in the courts, possibly Dekle, certified to the state
-- t through a taxpayer suit. Adams' elections divlr'on! that the Issue ARE GIFTS TO BE OPENED i
f.
:, ,
d legal assistant, Harold McCIam. was defeated by 40,061 votes.
SiSi ma, said a representative would would
corrected
ii' The figure
I W "fr X !A.esaro visit the county registrar to. show the Issue passed 30,361 to MORE THAN ONCE!

W I f'I ,..o- :\1A day.The 22,336 in the county and 420,008
.
-, k .;"f( : .... amendment, one of IS on to 403,565 statewide
Si ". .,... ,, ;. 0' the Nov. S ballot, would permit If the error is verified, It
..,... 1" __ -.4'" either house of the legislature\ to would mean that Incorrect re. SONG & STORY SHOP
I propose constitutional amend. suits also were given for
ments or wholesale const It u. amendments nine, 10, 12, and 659 5th Ave So. MI 2-2520
f'ij. f I tlonal revision and set up an and 13

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl... FU.. Sund.r,, Dtcwnbw e. I**. 3

'" EARLY-IN-THE-WEEK
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14 Make Straight A's Reserved /N i)' .


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At Naples Junior High \ 140, .( I \\\) .

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The Nabs Junior High Hon- Craig Jaworskl, Ralph Lucado .., :\ :=IIJ.tI t I
Nancy Fowler, Suzie Mall ,,,
or Roll for the second six- --.J.
week iMittng period is made Donna Reynolds Sherrie Chey- (
ney, Leo Garcia, Hank Watkins,
up of 16 students on the si
"A" Honor Roll and 84 studentson Ellen Larrlmer Scott Salley.9th .
Tunic Dace 9
the "A-B" Honor Roll. Grade Deborah Bready, Prices Good Wednesday ,
Mark Brewer Bill Donovan.
Those irodems with straight
"A" Phil! Haar, Linda Hahn Martha
.verage ares

Christopher Chris M&cauley.Lambert Kathy Linda Gay Hendrlcksan.Paul Little Stephen Terry Kllngler Schrlm-, U.S. Choice Fresh (Never Frozen)

Sudan Ward, Valerie
sher
McLenon James Morgan of the
seventh grade; Philip Flnley. WenNl, Yancy Williams patrtcla -

Ann Barkau,Jan Burnham,Gary Roseodahl.CecellaCUrk, '; LEG-LAMB 694
Hamtn, Jim Brandon. John Sharon Engel Joyce Dawson \ LB
Linda Reeder,
Jenny McLenon.
Johnson of the eighth grade
Mike Sharp Donna Bozeman Jackie Worklnger, David Allen .
U.S. Choice ShoulderLAMB
Steve
Brook
Joy Faulkner
Tom Morton of the nlnthgrade.
Students making up the "AB" Gary Griffin Robert Dixon
Honor Roll are Steven Riley, Donald Johnson CHOPS 594
7th Grade-.Dorothea Und- Mariiee Martin Betty Rio LI.
Valerie Veenschoien,Geraldine
Friendly Service
sey Ted Bready Carol Elgie
Vlckl Fernando
Jeanette Geary John KllngTer, Walker Wyatt
Susan Kombau Nancy Opolka Rlvero Rosemary Rouae.Jansc 10 Hamburger Patties
Quality Price
Joyce Bowen Pam Bracken Woodward

James Howard Decker Hortln Kathy Robert Fearon Miler, PlusSunshine PATTI- BURGERS 2 Box 88410

Debbie Neumann Carol Rei- Edison Estate
mann Danny Brack Barbara Stamps

Cole.8th Grade.-Ann Adams Manager SpeaksAt LAMB 0o
39
Becky Brewer. Cathy Bundy. PATTIES $ CUBED
Peggy Coe.Donna ReUly Tom Garden ClubRobert
my Bell Larry Rogers John o MINUTE I
lamurrt Debby Stump Mary Halgrlm manager of Delmonico
Janet Cm Chris the Thomas A. Edison estate at
Barber Boynton Brenda Glldden. Mary Fort Myers, will be the guest 104

Grimm Christy Hearth Roger meeting speaker at of the the regular Naples monthly Garden Steaks I STEAKS

Johnson Patsy Langford. Barbara Club at 8 o'clock Monday night FREE FREE EACH
Sanford Mardi Stone December 7, in the Naples 149
Sandy Taylor Deborah Wain, Women's Club Building. VALUABLEDOOR 47 -
In his talk Halgrlm will talk
about Edison and his botanical
PRIZE! :
Fitzek
UppedTo garden Halgrlm it> a graduatein
horticulture and luilculture b Beautiful 17 Jewel Waltham fOWUS INSTANT HELLMAN'S CREAMY SMOOTH
At from Cornell University and fur
Captain 40 years grew plants for Edison Retails Regularly $8950
which were used fur experiment COFFEE : MAYONNAISE
Gordon CollegeJames al purposes I WRIST WATCHNo
At 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning .
Kenneth Fltzek son of members of the Garden Club
Mr. and Mrs. R J. Fltzek, Jr., will hold a workshop in the homeof I obligation to buy just come in
375 Broad Are., N.,Naples, has Mrs Helen Burnham, 1825 and register as much as you like.
been promoted to the rank of Fourth Street, South, where the Drawing will be held Saturday i
captain In the ROTC unit at subject will be Christmas decor.
Gordon MtllttryCollegeBarnes atlons Dec 9, 1964 6 p.m. 10 IJ,. 9 8 : 3 9 Cer1.r
vllle, Ga.Rank (Adults Only) Jhlr triiat.wnh' thlllieewneahr. .
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In the Cadet Corps at : rase 0 Orea Mare
Time At
Gordon Is achieved by academicand Moving .
military progress of the
Individual cadet. First NationalSaturday 0

A junior college, with prep Is usually a holidayin .
department, Gordon was foundedin Naples banking circles, but
1852, and Is an Honor School yesterday found members of the
with a Senior ROTC unit opera First National Bank staff on the
ated under the Department of the
Army p.lj() ram. Job.The reason)? They were busy HERE'S GOOD NEWS !

,.which moving are Into rapidly''the new nearing quarters torn YOUR CHOICE

pletlon. The new addition, designed .
Hawaiian Red or YeeW
by Architect Hugh Bre.
MOVING TO FLORIDA?
merman, and constructed by the r
F. B. Schreck Const ruction Com. PUNCHStokWs
Be Sure to Contact
pany will approximately double
TERMINALVAN the working space of the bank. % -
While many finishing toucheson Finns -
LINES the structure will remain to
be done, bank officials said yes. TOMATOJUICE
32S >lh St So. St. I'rttriburr ter day that they will be open
Phone 8621121 for business tomorrow morning _
Sample NitM I. end Inm tUplM as usual 4
2001.lb.. 4000 M.. _. Mr 1.,

Chicago toNaplea 22400 40600 Zoning AgendaThe
Defmonta
Liquid SwmXino

New Naplri York to 223.00 400.00 Zoning and Planning : JUST IN TIME FOR

Baltimore In Board wilt meet at 8 a.m. Gapef ruit DRINKpooooooooooooooooooooo now
Naples 21800 39100 Tuesday. December 8,to consider -
CHRISTMAS GIVING
Lower Rates and the following agenda
Administer oath to new '60.. S
Direct Service member of Zoning and Plan-
4 cane 1
ning Board Clayton E. Bigg. S

THE Dawnwood 2-Review Heights final -plot OwneriB.plan of ANCHORHOCKINGCOOKWi ..

J. Adams REMARKS Tem
13iq- porary plat approved October
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13. 1964. rrLETTUCE
FRESH PRODUCE
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3-Review of application
G4 from Lillie L WL111a.... d/ Large Firm
1 b/a Green Top Restaurant fort
City License (Beverage), 111
1 AND iah Street, Nor*. Type Beer II
AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD !
"L COUNTRY & Wine Pkg. Sale & CJW.Zonej .
; r. "K-a" Light industrial 2 HEADS 29

CLUB district Cook directly over a yn m i speed( unit ,,, ,vhite

with the leesFACIUTIES hot charcoal ,.j l broil.r .JIIll! lllllIIIIII
grill p'p "< "i < < '> or into she oven

CELERY And serve in the tame hr it rciammg' dith" //t', guaranteedpk ..........OUAAAP4TIU.. -.. ,
Illinois Man .....-.-_... .-...-._ .
not tf, I L",'ak under l ern,,, > nit 'H old Now .t down .,_ we".. .c. war
In Southwest Floridafor 2 25 ---11-
Held On Auto STALKS C
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Country Club to-aort* preps" Whe i I''', J'j n i Hark on glowing whit, .w..M..w..Ni..e.wJonathan

LIVINGGOLFING Theft Charge with tee.through Fire-Kmy, yI'.,'.t covers 71 ; ;;;IIIII II IIIII

John W. Lough, ST, was ar. I
rested in LmmctalM Friday, and I IIs APPLES 1403.9 inch (with f over)
Regular
I' .bete e............ Celt .. twine held In the enemy Jail I Ion ,
..eIIetOt c....._ ,., ,..,. an Illlnoss charge of auto I r:;; in .
$329 :;
SWIMMING theftThe arrest was made by De. I 4 Lb, Ban 33 $ SKILLET
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AAU MM p..l) 7.40'0' pay Don McCarty,and the sher. I Ilffs
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.benbyi a ea office reported authorities I Regular 11% I 0'r -r,ch Wt'Pr'4". f SUNSHINE' STAMPSE t
In Freport Di, Issued the war. 0
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TROUBLE IN THE BLACKBOARD JUNGLE! FINDING THE WAY


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The Turn of the Road


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1964 BY BALTH W. LOEW, D.D.

Newspaper Enterprise Ann.


How Many Laws Do You Know? r I drf

It'. the turn In the road

There Is an old and revered saying the slightest idea that NCCUSL even exists that gives delight to the journey are

to the effect that "Ignorance of the law much less what its purpose. functional The, but expressways the roads that l

Is no excuse." Any judge has the privi- But in the succeeding 72 years the wind up the hillside are ex- -

lege of flashing this at a culprit who may body, composed of commissioners appointed i I citing. Do you the remember tense

offer as an excuse for violating the law by the various state governments traffic driving, past through the factories, beyond

that he didn't even know the darn thing has drafted over 200 uniform the Junkheaps of abandoned
t
existed, much less that he was breakingIt 'laws. Areas In which uniform laws have automobiles and the +

at the time he was arrested.But been voluntarily enacted by the states hoods dreariness Suddenly of many there neighbor Is the f r

have you any Idea how many Include extradition, narcotics, trust turn of the road and before clue

laws there are In these United States? It funds, enforcement of family support by you a quiet landscape that

Is estimated that there are about deserting husbands, legal evidence, general gives So It a Is renewal to come of upon purpose.Dad had nists a and worthy the democracies.name in hu He

2,000,000 laws on the books in this commercial transactions Hamraarskjold's "Markings. homeland of Sweden and yet

country, ranging from village ordinancesto At the recent 73rd annual meetingof This posthumously printed he gave himself unstintingly
and
amendments to the U.S. Constitution. the conference in New York, with record examination of thoughts is the testimony personal to a cause which: ultimatelycost
him his life In
No small contributors to this vast more than 200 lawyers and officials from of one who lived in the crash in Africa. a plane

wilderness of regulations are the legislatures all the states, Puerto Rico and the District midst of tension and never Always there was this burn.
This is a
of the several states which, according of Columbia attending, proposed uniform lost kind the of diary landscape.and yet there ing certainty that "my life
surrender had a goal. From
to the American Bar Association, laws were considered on such matters as I is no mention of the famous that moment on I have known

are grinding out no less than 35,000 new deceptive trade practices, estate taxes, names, the historic tensions that it means not look back

laws each year. As someone has said, defense of indigent persons, rights of of and the the crisis.day-by-day dreariness and to take" no thought for

America It one nation with 50 different convicted persons, adoption of children. Listen to these guidelines the That morrow is why it is like coming

states of mind. NCCUSL hasn't yet reached the stage and aphorisms written during to the turn of the road to

For Instance, a motorist driving from where It will tackle the thousands of differing the such International crises as the tensions Congo :and come upon this book That is

New York to Florida may find a different traffic regulations, some of whichare "It .Is more important to be why whether this a book spiritual is valuable irritantor

set of rules enforced In each of the states completely contradictory, that existIn aware of the grounds for your. a sublime revelation of one

he drives through. On top of that, the the states and communities of the na own behavior the motives than of to another.understand man's struggle.We .

several hundred cities and villages he tion. But there Is still hope M ? lt s hb x t aT nrt y r. ,: RIII MA successful lie Is doubly in the can ability take of fresh the courage human

may pass through along the route can The Commission Is one of those quiet w w i a lie, an error to be corrected mind to triumph and the spiritof

each have a different set of traffic regu- groups of dedicated men (none receives I .: "-?,,"-- uncompromising Is heavier than truth honesty: only can an man to do more than to en

lations. But this nucklehead behind salary or dure. Too many times our re
poor any compensation; many pay reach the bedrock decency ligious quest misses this
the wheel Is supposed to know all of their own expenses to the annual conference WASHINGTON 'AH*' BARBSBY which you should always expect mension. di

them, even though he can't remember ) whose efforts have contributed .'SMALL:: IIAL COCIlRAN layers to of find evil., "even under the The great faith la to those

his area code telephone number. much to the successful functioning of this :BUSINESS" "Do not seek death. Death who share in the burden, live

Usually, a particular state's laws are nation's laws The statement that "this .JMr.t' WILSON 'HA* lit: Being married or being sin will find you. But seek the with the dally routines and
gle is the cause of for death are never overwhelmed. In
worry road which makes afulf11lment.
its own business. But with modern means Is a nation of 'laws, not men" Is almost a a lot of people. :." the midst of the routines,

of communication and transportation, and literal as well as a figurative truth. Every once In a while charm more exhibitionist. among the Hammarskold] was certain there is the remembrance of
ti are eel up that the builnen youth will te "
rally "cause.
the ever-growing interdependence of the But, so long as laws differ, sometimes community ii nti-lntellectu-- I Fortunately for any the nation, In an Ohio town a man that life is meaningful and he the landscape.
al" In view of the Was fined $50 and writes with excitement of They know what it is to
states, there are many situations where radically, In various sections of the coun- fact that the when they eventually acquirethe jailed
taxes those occasions which broughthim experience with St. Paul: "We
paid by Independent bull- responsibility of making a for giving hu wife a black
different laws not only are a deterrent to try, and state legislatures and other law nut support the tate operltedtolleu living and ef a family, this enthusiasm eye. We've always felt you this reassurance. That are troubled on every side
the free flow of goods, business and enacting bodies keep grinding out new and universities, and for "cae_" becomes can't beat a good IOife.DI. conviction upheld him In the yet not distressed; we are per.
laws almost that in the majority of toes, tempered with mature Judgment long and difficult period of plexed yet not in despair,
people but often are an obstacle to on a daily basis, that old It I I. builneiamen'i organization the journey persecuted yet not forsaken;

justice adage about "Ignorance of the law is no who S'S He was wealthy and could cast down but not destroyed

Strangely enough, this was recognized excuse" should be changed to read: "If drives carry on the to freedom But while from enjoying parental this first restraint have escaped all of this lie Blessed if that peraon-

as long ago as 1892, when a groupof you aren't Ignorant of the law man, Improve the a minor percentage of had social prestige and could and it could be any one of u.
have been aloof this
k from -who
to the
'ducatlonalfacllltl. them become position comes turn of
avowed socialists
men met to form the National Confer. you've got a computer on the breln.HStop
... thischarge fascists, or whatever which heaped criticisms the road and understands the
ence of Commissioners on Uniform State and think a moment. How many becomes seems to strike their fanc,. Funny how a girl will stare upon him from both CommuIIistoric.ll perspective.

Laws. But not too many Americans have laws do you know? quiterldlculou,. see into a mirror for a long timeto
At California, the Issue was see if she's a good-looker. s. z. .'
ever the expulsion of a few student Ik <,-bl 1 uw
A" > 'C ''' 'U" "A" l.'l ':i>:{ < _
A' T
I.6' be sore, ; _
wbo
broke
& 6/;,,, the rule not
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W'm ,, ", ." ,, ,. ;K".. :f" businessmen permitting solicitation of funds .
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are acmeC.WH.rOP on the campus for political par..
I tunes critical of the conduct tire In stale ewned collegeswhere
ef the schools at time Recently
LETTERS To The EDITOR at the University ef Call/or- all cltliea the tipper reward Ie.I*. given al ....Utl.by. COLLIER COUNTY
his fat Berkeley, It required a cal affiliation-, this- appears' --to
force of lOt police effleer te be a sound By KURT GRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDATHE
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bold In check several hundred rule.t

SATS NEWS ERRED Union men and are not union students and nee-etudenU wise But Immediately, some app
men now, they bad only made defiance were bent of en law demonstrating and In Impetuous youths, out of a TRUTH ABOUT TREASURE MAPS ** *
order
Editor Collier County Newai application for membership tie e e student body of more than 27-
Due to the recent prosecution Hamilton Wit aware of this. r. Now most everybody understand 000 started a S.riot..
of C u. B. Schulta by the fact, since he was acting aa that youth I I. a time dinner Taxpayers dislike financing Twe/vt/ utej2 oil -

City of Naples, the reputationof union ateward on this. Job rebellion. On the American such displays of anarchism A bohe< o-FRuM aed Ktq c ca h
Palmers Union 940 has been 1 regard the above errors to campus the display of nonconformity eo
injured. be Injurious to Painters Union has usually been Thus resentment Is lodged
This baa come about by erroneous MO and to our efforts at or. confined to such didoes a*(wallowing against educators all students .i"Wifllin rytI3eio \
live goldfish, pantle This II unfair to the teaching thtfh nyher yet pert.
statements published ganizing. These errors are raids, other manifestations. profession is weU as the thousands PPg
in UM Collier County News likely to lead the public to While the Mrs Grund,'* frown of serious students. Mho 7 f Ihwlcte dye zr: for \
based on testimony of one Patrick regard the members of my their censure, the majority of .e. ,
Hamilton In city court. Union aa gangsrr-type people.We people usually chuckle over Rather In* blame should be 'Fine felt 1TaHes fpeitldt i* rode ""
On the October 20 Issue of have never and never will The these peccadilloes. directed toward those p01111clans

The News, this. statement m> ape stoop to force and coercion to worsted cardigan jacket, a la knitted named However, S.In foreign. countries encourage' who not anarchistic only condone demon, but Lay con ybt t. f leer, and bdre e h ?ed r-

Pearedi "Hamilton described gain members for our Union. after the Seventh Earl of university student have slrallons to achieve political
his efforts to thwart the avow I ails The News to publish Cardigan, the English general been In the forefront .. ,.ntl- or social ends. The emotionally
ed plans of Schultz and Kerr this true statement of facts, famous for leading the cal movements. In com eases' unstable adolescent should not
to 'get' a non-union man on the and the public to weigh the charge of the Light Brigade. they have marched te the lane be toe harshly judged for heeding H
Municipal pier." This. state aims He Inherited his father's ef the "Internationale.. In ether the demagogue, for It appears =-
earldom and by te the Herat weasel song. that demagogue to hold
ment was not made by Hamilton Cordon T. Noble estimated spending an Actually the ".,...." has been power will sacrifice anybody
I myself was In city court Financial Secretary 10,000 pounds a somewhat Immaterial as thee i er anything.Ufwnfttr.
and heard his testimony. The & Business Rep. year of his own money he .._' _... 1-tgne. eve_ or1he
made his regiment the s
man Involved in Hamilton's Painters. Local Union WO smartest in the service. The

statement .la a union man of raglan a loose type of over 9'IU ..,..err ItHtrt tnm m4.ra, / want h'l&e
Ufwnfttr yards
EDITOR'S
II i long standing,one James Black.I (( NOTE The NEWS coat was named after Lord wAr IrMM (* an IM Mltor U Itl *r H < .> T
I well of Palm Beach. la happy to present Mr.Noble's Railin. who originated the _. M.ratfoanMity jITar* nHfct N'Hw.d.t In the same October 20..is- divergent view on the incidents charge.
sue of Tbe News this concerned. The la ENTER bl T furs to rlflh f uAtle :
statement paper .
A
e t"rehryrdl. 1r11ce1tW" '">,,, ,,,% '<:&<< : .,
appearedi "Karr and Schulta always glad to correct any and "\ : -,. ,' "_
had guns In the car and apparently all errors which may Inadvertently ; Caf h t'c mony
aimed to coerce some appear In Its new columns. [ M.I YB tAT
non-union men in this area to In this. Instance, the reporter E SAFE 0t4 YOUR EIt'tI1ImII I I 1 PC ADA TAR

join the Union Hamilton Indicated. who covered city court '' LOT\ CRV

." contends that he fairly and accurately ACROSS 34 511.1111111"A t I A j. 1'1 AS..
There wu nothing In the described the events des ... t LI I CTITt I
statement of Hamilton to Indicate mat occurred there. The NEWS n I, Solemn a. 27 Hollow roll S T A R L t. T ., A I M,
the UM of coercion in soliciting ha no wish to injure the reputation d r, .duuon, DIJeoIuuolI of puff put. P A C .. D I r I n t s .
membership for the Un of any individual or T Fnuve 50. railing A LON G. SON.. . .

ion. I hold the above statemwst organization and strive*always 11 Innlll through .. N 0 R T R U 0 i t An Based 0
Imaginary Map
to be in error, and u of to present the news exactly u Panonblrd 51 Kava ..
M t
S2't r 1 c. R A R I. I.

any this of data the there alleged has guns never found been it happens) U....khnc........._. 34: -. Aviv 1.IT.I I AT. t V t A On Items From Genuine Pirate Map\\1 %'JI'';urn* that they would not have
N. 33. Fxlel rATfiTf.i1WTt_DTeTCTMi done all that hard wort unlea
have PI.m&re
nor they been produced In The old English treaammnps
QUICK S6 Crumba
QUIZ
they had a "clue" which Indlca.
13 Postnalvf
court aa evidence. : SOLUTION Or ? are a real puzzle and oniUme
S7 Disregard YISTIRDAT Pug next spike. Apparently two waterhole (ed treasure at the spot.
b the recent December 1 adjective referable a childish riddle *, or
Mmethlnc resembling Perhaps they had one of the
issue of Tbe News this state1mete O-On what date it Citizenship flue,tee.drhw sir rr.rerravrnM 16, Frtuehue0.. Ddrnped' 51 dlaha Cru..ed .3.. Tuperadd The map were drawn in such a man's spectacle, was at that map which a Collier County
appeared The assault Day observed? ,-- rauo erw 17 Type O. nIJm&nule 52 Rub ktud a way that only those taklmr cart spat. from this latter marker, hermit used to make and Mil,
and battery Incident apparently A-In 19 2. President iiiswr...MV a.'r wews rrtw 'qulre .s, Archaic n lUll menu la the venture would be able to one would tura east toward the claiming: that be had knowledge
Wit an aftermath of Schults Harry S. Truman signed a bill wwi 19. Fmlulne5.. Fo mdy : pod. 5. Observe unscramble the clue.. Believe The distance of the of GesparUla'e treasure Iocs.Uon .
attempts to recruit nonunlonpalla making Sept 17 annual Cltl- -- .u/fLlt/ U. Curios DOWN: 6. Rust or act, aome "poetical" pirate ham this last banyan tree .. The hermit was destitute
senshlD Dav. instead. of Con- 21 Anutoslaa MrOud note I. Armpit 7 Donated need verses from old English bal. Is not disclosed
n "Into t the Union" and one can la the last tow year of hU
I bold this statement to be in atltulion Diy, as It had been . . .. n Anent 50. By bllll! 2 HIUlrd I.1I.lIIumlllated Fret lad confuse as part of their strategy to presume thai thl* UUllatlna tile life. Ube had knowledge of such
anyone gaining possesionof
known before. formation was contained on another treasure trove, it seems logical
error. At the time Schultz COWER COUNTY NEWS 10 COII.umed their treasure On
map the
t J 14 II. r a I' /e map. that.. would HT retrieved
and Kerr ton( the night of the O-Which kinds of aba- MICHACL. CMANCI. Ee'ltrtiMlanorTHOMA : 18.. Worktooads ftt.enforcelO. Imaginary map shown above, In our own Southwest Florida them for Ma own as*. To the
incident) got with Hamilton tones are marketed $AYCR, Aaaoelalo EdtarMAMHALL Tf ,t ant* of the descriptions are area U a lonely island, part of beat of our knowledge, DO one
Schultz had 110 Intention of seeIng A-The red abalone .U the WVArr, /iJIv. .......er 11 BeodiZ from genuine old map aow la which 1* covered by aa ancient ever found anything through as*
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any one on the Municipal only one marketed In North DAVID ALtMT NCNMANSON.OPOLKA. Clre.Mac Di,.wee..., lif Roof edge private Starting collections.from the line .shell mound. While looking fore at the maps .except blisters 00
Port according to Schultz and America ...".. LOUR DADS, OffKe MirPuklMiW H.AU top dowm shell at thl* location, we their hand.
Kerr U Wit Hamllton'a Idea to ally.. '.e.t MontayIfco .rh'f//17/V/- I 'lI, r : OrdlJlllICt Twelve mea were la on the se.cret decided to push Inland through la the 19)01 several expedition
see James BlackwaU who was 0-What are some of the SM MhuN.' e. ... // J6. ; the treasure was burled onaa the thorn bushes and cactus beds went treasure baths lathe
boric teachings" of the' Baha'ifaithT Colllor County_PwMltMMT'co.. !! I' II : I. 'f Cap. Island which bad the shape at ana scare for pieces of Indlaapottery Dry Tortugaa are, account
at that time foreman on the paint I 141 Tw nn anurtL NaTalophono 0: 1t(hest! a rum bottle and a II... The .
job at the Pon Royal Beach r:.1 ':,7 isM1. M.H. cNne. P. O. I, Analled shipwreck the of which appeared la national
A-It advocates peace for It as JI 19aAl. on shoal did lOt About 100 feet la from the kithenter maculae. It always developed
M
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Club. .If. Sill ( contain valuable treasure
or (HSukwrlpOon The
the whole world, universal fIt_ JI JS. Pluad line Wood a huge banyan that son eon* had"beaten then to
This statement-alo appeared' I"I": u Brethren of the Coast vowed
brotherhood of man. compulsory 375.5,4.3a. UM tree which stood out from Us the treasure" .but only bya abort
V h
Issue of The . secret with their tires.X .
in the December surrounding* "like
of a sore tine.
education harmony .
.. "..1.I H rJ.I I hUed appear that when .
"Hamilton said Schults : : on* en. thumb About four
Newai yards hula W. the
science and religion and the often wonder about
y carrier w mult, oayaMo I* V/: want tend the channel. and
told him the purpose of the visit unity of all religions. .,v...... r// ,/ '//111 Jr 40. SolI drink ward steered to. the tree was aa enouraou bole cover of a Spanish chest found
a Urge
Voar *l. ....... baojraa tree, there due through solid
wu *o Schulta could kills man OM tit 17.S' Ul1adL shells. The oa a channel beak la this area
from Tkn* Monttia SIJt.Monitor 1. ., .a was at one time aa old and very hole had bee laboriously hacked la IMC. Wu from' oI1'' Irt1IIJptrr.ci
fired a an
who had recently Q-Con the Southern Cross of Tko Aaaoalalotf rtaia. 0" I" : ., .DDcucitt dead tree stamp which bore someresemblance out with iron rod
painter mat had Just ,be rtiieK la omnlwl OMluaivoly to tftoINO U sine the ,Or Wptrrabested
Job two seen from Continental to a felt
bat
far rotmolwation of all .local .. and ground was packed so bard thata
.. Mari something U toe channel hint
Joined die union. United States? nm Mama ortnio* In tkia M.*r ao ::: was located ads paces la from the shovel could not have dented
won aa all AP nova *iapai lMO.Intoroa ttaa'if which over UM year washed
I bold this atatement of Ham- A-It can be seeD from beach at the high water mark tt. The hole was quite
aa aicana alaoa manor III deep oat and ?
ato Same
thou to be In the two Miami, )la or Brownsville I' One yard high was acme sort and away
error Paa O' o lorMo.wMor /T meat have required the labor of
Aa :: ...'r..n.:,. Study of bras Perhaps mother fragment
men be mentioned were not Texas, southward. tr, .....2011II'", M marker from which of several stem for at least three the c>***-.wiu nn lIP someday
one would go 10 paces to the (oU days. 1 seem sate to aa. and pivvMe more lorm msthsiQtbt -



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Cypress OES Mylwarka ra Top, Falstaff Uft Top, C

B E E ROW..an.. Tab T*", Pabit Btu. IHbbM, (.*..i 99

It: was a gala evenbv at Cypress Ubel Natieul Behemiom Sip Open,

Chapter f336 on Thurs- M II 0,.. er CaM&n. Ace leer *r Ale
day evening December With .e
festive decorations and re .4 rr I "__II -r 1 UJI.lld -
freshments, the Order of the
Eastern Star brightened' Its PCCENT
rays
with the addition of four new :; --J Jhi. Jt

Mrs member Una s.Mrs Ward Nina and Young Mrs. FREE'! 67 Beautiful 1 Rogers 1883

Doris) H. Nelson by initiation

and affiliation.Mrs. Florence Stewart by Silver Sets


Cryphan Worthy extended Matron Mrs.a welcome Gertrud to ONE TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT

all visitors and shared the east .. EACH KWIK CHEK
with Mrs. Evelyn J.Launsbury. 3.
grand treasurer and past grand Need Net !. Present Tt Win N. OM9.Ho
matron of the state of Connec
ticut. N. Pvnhate Requlrae

Visitors present represented h 1 -laa.h.al wwa.Yn"' '.in."M aAaYt.erYrY
a number of states. Among w f
CONTEST RULES
these were Wisconsin Connecticut
Missouri. Nebraska. s iq

Pennsylvania.Panama Canal lone Ohio Minnesota Michigan FkCELLEN JOIN THI FUNI All you hove to do It simply

Kentucky New Jersey Illinois fltimot. 1 Unglh of ribbon on display In any
and Indiana. Present from Prkti Effective ,,*_ 7 Kwlk Ch.lt Store Closed estimate to actual
DK. 7 flee 9th + t length of ribbon In each store will, h the
these states were Alex F. A N I INSIDE I F I T- Little Daniel, Meklln found
Butzke. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeH. himself In.lde a .1.. 60 ski boot In a stunt tailing attentlen s :;{ winner. All entries are selected by an lnde
Mills. Marian S. Beers. te a California' winter sports fair In Sin Franelee, pendent group of ud0.l.| All winner to bo
Augusta Berg Mr. and Mrs. STORE HOURS announced during week of combor 14fh.
WJ. Werner Mildred D. Bis OPEN lit 6:30: MON. TO THURS

hop. Mr. and Mrs. Guy R.Witherell. OPEN 711 9:00 p.m. FRI. We Give i TOP VALUE STAMPS
Marian V. Collln- Woman's Club To Hear Choir OPEN 'TIL 7:00 p.m. SAT.

sons Ann Eci holT. Ila Sanders, SAVE I0 THRIFTY MAID ORANOIDrink.
Mr. and Mrs. HJ. Tadgell Qvaitthy Rights R...".. is
Erna Baer Mr. and Mrs Herbert SAMSONITE II. c.
Bonta.Esther M.Cleaver. From Carver In Yule Program AUSTIX ELECTRIC u.It Twe 15c

Ella H. Dunwoody Mr. and -
Mrs Roy Cobb Eleanor Easton. Member of the Naples Jesus Boy", "What Child Chili BeansN..300Ca..35c. SAVE 7e -. LAUREL 70% RUIBINOAlcohol !
Emma Atsford. Alice Jensen. Woman' Club at their meetingat is Thi.?", and "Oh,Holy Night." "
Jeanette Van Bezey. Leona Al- 2 o'clock Wednesday after. Mrs. John Stump of the First FRENCH HairDryer Taw 1&
lendorf and Olive Mett,. Mr. noon, December 9, will be on.tortalnod Presbyterian Church will offer
and Baxter by a choir of It stu. the invocation and Mrs Carl VanillaExtract .45t
Mrs Jim and
Mr. dents from the Carver High Hauber, program chairman will SAVE !Sc WHIT THIY LAST CMCUS ORANGE
and Mrs Carlton Rattray. School of Naples. These It present the guests of the after. N
Members present weret Minnie were selected from the 80-volce noon.
Egg DrinhlZ 25
Bosley. Mr.and Mrs.Bruce high school choir. After the program the hostes.se Noodles 1t.3.Slte 27eNBC. ::
Jenkins. Anne E.Conety,Gertrude Their program for the Christ. for the afternoon will serve
.
DeMers Betty Brehm. mas concert Is comprised of teat Mrs, Candler Brooks is SAVE Sc DIXIE DARLING Brown 'N I Twin

Mrs. Enid Neville.Lucille On. traditional and contemporary chairman assisted by Mrs.ThorS. Ritz Crackers 16e..*,. 41c While Last 1 12
and Mrs. William Ten. ones of the holiday seasons Johnson Mrs Holcombe They Rolls Z PF 4ge
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Christof- '''nil Little Drummer Boy", A. Jones, Mrs. Edward F. Venn SANKA
fersen "Angel Wo Have Heard on and Mr. Virgil If, Walt.
Nell
,
Mr.
and Mrs.Mary Robert J.Floyd.Snedden, High", "Carol of the Friendly Inst. Coffee 1 eG $". $159 "J SAVE 4c DIXII DARLING CINNAMON
Beasts" and "White
Mrs. Helen Smith. Florence Christmas" $ 7 99 I Pelt
St Ann's Club LIPTON Rolls 2.91Tea
Stewart Frances lafeskl,Betty The choir Is directed by tofu -
Allen Claudette Craumer. Mr. Polly Jenkins who ha* an AA Members Attend U. P.., 45 s,; .
and Mrs. Marvin Cole Cleo degree In music education. She SAVII DIXII DARLING lAX-cVQ
Edwards Florence Walker. also teaches choral music and Council MeetingCeraldlne UPTON

Ruby Bales, oAnn Lawhon Mr. algebra at Maple Senior High Ward and Patricia Tea "ct.PIt..67c I With $15 Worth Of Bread 229WD : c
and Mrs. Bob Paul. Stella School. The accompanists for Zeller, representing St. Ann' ..
Cheek, Helen Harvard Mr. and the Cllnda choir are Ester Trout and dries Club, attended last

Mrs Rob Lawhon Sr.. Alice lilss Ludlow.Jenkins the Wednesday's Naples City Coun. Tapes

Grelmann, Naomi Logan and lead In the "Mikado"sang an soprano operet.ta ell meeting.At SAVI Sc AuL Gl.n.
Gertrud Friday' Civic Club meet.

Axmlnster Gryphan., Brussels, Chenille the Players recently leading Last staged part year In by"Carmen"for the she Naples sang ing reports, they given relayed by engineers to the class onpIX.nUal Perch or Cod :;', Clorox Dial Soap

Knitted, Tufted, Velvet the Fort Myers Symphony sources of water for '1
and Wilton are terms denot Orchestra and Chorus When Naples, and by City Manager a
ing a particular.manufacture..lb.. {lapl.... Players presented,Vince Wood on acquisition: of t.l. Pak fialee leg. far
Jog method" for INk IDe J'FIn101e'.'l MLl6:1.11nkDlaltfU.land Nov.mber'Clvlcs for FlolSchmaan Park.Club Par Pwi 39t ",: h alt Ohw 49t Unlit Fear IOe
oro.
carpets. the director for that production.
At present, she is also the choir Ject was "Your City Govern I
mont and members made
PO"ten
director for the First Baptist
I Church In Naples.Mrs. urging people to take part .-.
in the city government. These
Willie Solomon, accom.
'I will posters were distributed to retailer .
panted by Mrs. P.H. Dodge,
for display in store win
be the soloist for the afternoon.She
teaches music at Carver High dows. BRAND 1 U. $. Oiolu SAVE 26( DECAF SAVE 4c Ast. ColorsNORTHERN
School and ha a B. 8. degreeIn St. Ann's Civics Club was
music education from Flort. formed la September u one ct INSTANTCoffee
da A. and M. University In Tal. many Catholic Civics Clubs char RIBSteaks
labu.... Too musical selection. tered throughout the nation. Pur.
she has chosen for her Christmas pose of these clubs is to develop
program arIa "Sweet Little informed, responsible young clii. Tissue
tens Theme of the programis
"Politics Is Your Business."
Project for December Is "Po.
Art AssociationTo vrty" President Shelley _
Roll
Stahlman appointed a committee, w SoivSfie -Reg,
,
g Meet Tuesday with Leona Edward as chairman, .
to develop a program for supply.Ing LMtWWitUlr
The Naples An Association food and toys for children _
_
$3 M QriV
will hold a meeting on Tues of migrant workers. or ft AM Onto
day December 8, at the Wo The club is planning a _
man's Club at 830| pjn. where Christmas party. At Friday's _
members will sketch from figures mooting dotalla of that event r CtACKIN' OOOOBISCUITS v
FOR POWER TO SPARE

SEE THIS V4 PERFORM! Also or on itllMlfe.view will be the were discussed. MORE MEAT VALUES ; FRESH FRESH PRODUCE

Florida Federation of An Circuit
IMMEDIATE OILIVIMYI Show In which three Naples ON THE GOVERNMENT LINE W-0 PANG U.S. CHOICI
$2,041 artUti are represented LEXINGTON Ky. (AP) Form tWin CRISP M INTOIHAPPLES
PhK (eta. Tea .M Tfl The artists Include Elsie Up- r pro football lineman J.T. IONnlS1 MISKH POT 1 eb c. Be
ham who won the Florida Federation Frankenbcrier he. turned |ov-
of Women',ClubI purchase eminent proiecutor.
READY TO 001 prize Don Nick who received After serving *. an assistant Roast
state attorney general, he became MS. flUUri CORN OIL79c
honorable mention, and
LUFF GMC an aitl.t.nl U.S. attorney t.
Maudlne Fonicr.
Eastern .
in Kentucky.Frtnkenbeis.r
421 Ninth. St., N. Recently Mrs Upham and *.. a tackle *l Margarine 4 th. ge 39Cnouum
Ruth Brashea eschhad a paint*
T_> r Kentucky In 1954-5, played one lb.
ing accepted In the Dellealr ru with the New York Giants .,
Show at Clearwater. The Judges of the National Football Leu Pereau/ 6c
ryLETS chose 41 paintings rom 373 and three year In the CanedianLeue. ti wmnPotafoes
ra..htr
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envies
ATM ILACKHAWK suprfri. *, 29c


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New ManagementCheck Bacon I I u.s 39c

I,. Vivien Of| FANCY lAinmPoors

AltbMgh the followl Our Daily Specials 8 49c
bits aea'1 c.kilatcd .. th.49c

Make year day wholly '
c*.,"Ute, you Might b. !I.. SHELL RestaurantBonita FROZEN FOODS
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FrlMrrs Crate Ralawr ofMontr. Pill 100 EXTRA STAMPS _:
slamsbar career Springsirr MOITON MACARONI A CHEESE
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Dinners 2 20.a. .. 69c
about 71 "ini. lit- : .

Jig oerMae either are, or rd Gr'd Beef I
have bees Bey $e..t..a 1J M TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN mm or

that I. KathMir ... sect )1
Cod Perch u. 39c
Mldra it cut_." fr 3-Lb. or
the bride to be abwitfrwa
> TALK AMULT COMMERCIAL BtlLDI.NCSYeo've Mil. IMfTM
hr .". wddi.g.H..r Chuh $39 '
*.. give ..trl- sleeted peer ..... Yeo've get y.or pleas. sad Fruit Pies 2 '., 89cCOFFEE
.t ay a cheat fee aa eveebreeh saw yo are dews U tb* amiim* W ...Wi.,. SI'. Pak .
by eh..bg ., fee f Wg iavertaieot. eo ebMM you ..1..., wltb car. C 1 cup coupon
the b..,.***! are very ,reM */ ow ,.,...u.. for quality a4 .,- .
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'" ...ft... m.*y at!Haafee Junior Nigh

: ev rM School for the coming week
av ctriHi apP Monday-Barbecued beet on'
+ niC, bun, cabbage salad,tattered lima
beans, pears, milk
Tuesday-Be M with ham,but.
tered grew, cherry cobbler,
vV. ( rnbread and butter, milk
ot.J Wednesday Beef a. reel,
preen beans, cucumber strips,
J tel.:' MVHIIN:' i imato wedge, rolls,butter,cookies .
aI milk
r Thursday-Turkey and gravy
Dr and Mrs Gayle Wolfe left Sunday for North t ( mi, celery strips, biscuits and

Carolina/ to visit in Tryon and also look around the state butter, pineapple, mUlt."rldayMacronl and. chase

a bit for a summer place Be fore they left they bid egg salad sandwich, butterejpeas

goodbye to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Newcombe who were i carrot strips, fruit salad,

returning to their home In Brewstpr. N, Y ti . .. bread and butter+ +, milk.+
,wv >
Dr and Mrs Milton M Harman are by-pass Naples The' Naples Senior High School

unlll I early In February hey are in Californ now Menu !

and will go on to Honolulu to be with the Lowne Har Monday-Baked beans amok I
les, tossed salad, cherry pie,
mans, and be on hand to greet their first grandchild hot rolls, milk, butter.

early this month And their. daughter, Betsy, who is with Tuesday-Oven fried chicken,
sweet potatoes, salad, hot bis.
the Navy stationed in California will
,join the family for
cults, honey, fruit, milk, butter.
Christmas. Wednesday-Beef and gravy,

Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. William S Abell! arrived for whipped potatoes, salad, hot
their annual visit, with Dr and rolls, Jelly, milk, butter.
Mrs F
C. Lee The Abells
In rolls
SIGHT I ON Thursday-Hot dogs ,
SUNDAY
Model Carole Long 11th. focus of attention she
live in Washington, D.C. at pone macaroni and cheese, green
In
Mr, and Mrs Edward Olsen left London Hanover Square She wean a diagonally striped multi-colored beech shift during\ beans, cookies, milk, butter.
Tuesday for Hartford a Sabfcath preview of and '
I spring summer styles on show during London Fashion We k. Friday-Tuna casserole or
Conn after two weeks as the guests of Mrs. FredL. beef casserole, buttered corn,

Gibson. Mrs Gibson has recently returned to the Ba slaw, hot rolls, cake, milk, and

hama Club from two months in Europe Welcome There's A Knack butter
Wagon
\K( VI )!JI.! II' ''I l 1,1)< )Hi i I 11 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hansen and Mr and Mrs. William + + +

Ken are others who have just I returned to the Bahama Meeting Set School The menu for Shadowlawn

Hollingsworth BrandonThe Club, The Hansens spent from May until August in Time For A Change Monday-Hot dogs, coleslaw,

Europe, and in October took a golfing holiday at Pebble For ThursdayThe green beans, chocolate cookies.

engagement (if Mis' I.. I', b.I,.,, ,, ,ni i honorary International Beech and Cypress Point, Cat, The rest of the time the Tuesday-Meat, creamed potatoes loaf,tossed, French salad -
Vickl bus Holllngswoitl, I n'1 >lIter 1,4'.IIIe5" sorority Hansens were in Pittsburgh newly organized Welcome Of Ribbons That IsBY bread, peaches
of Mr. and Mrs I codas" t > Mi I Brandon was graduated Wagon Club of Naples Wedneaday-Roast beef, cand.
Eugene Holllngsworth .,i haler, fi" .in clewleton HIch School, and! WONDERFUL TRIP will meet Thursday, Decem- led yams, white acre peas, corn
Glade Fla., to Mr. ,I..,It PnU i h i IIIIW attending the Universityif Mr. and Mrs. (Iten, who full ber 10, at 11130 a.m. in Ba- CHARLOTTE DURNO So I started again. One of bread, pudding
are time residents
the In the walked
vacationed office
nam Biandon, son i Mi r ,idMr bo ith Carolina where he Is a rent's Restaurant. "It's time to change the type- men Thursday-Mrs, Riser's second -
*. James Edgai Ili wlldllll i, i J pro-law student leamember in northern Wisconsin. They also took a won Luncheon will be served at writer ribbon," I said to my by my desk and snickered. He grade barbecue chicken,
1273 Lastrada Lam, N""ll'" has "i Kappa Alpha fraternity derful trip to the Northwest and Alaska, going by train 12 noon and reservations may boss wasn't fooling me any, though.He spinach, mashed potatoes, hot
been announced. Tiiu wedding wlU be held In the to Vancouver then a 10-day boat trip the Inland Passage be made through Monday, December "Really?" he said. "Good couldn't have put the ribbonon rolls, ice cream sandwich
Miss Holllngsw, Hi, who wait C< mn mity Methodist Church at up 'I, by calling MIS-7308 luck," and he walked out the any better than I had. Friday-Macaroni and cheese,
graduated from Belle Glade High Belle Olade on a date to be an. or MI 2-7677. door. The phone rang. Determinednot Brussel sprouts, corn, cherry
School and attended the University pounced Inter Mr. and Mrs Joseph Bowman, who have been A brief business meeting will Now I've changed the ribbon to let the thing go again pie

of South Carolina, I h a grid!. spending the winter in Naples for a good many years, be followed by cards. Those on the old Royal many times, I held on to It with both hands f + +
uate of the Nancy Tuvl< i ModelIng II labbags fur slew
VII' want have arrived from Pittsburgh and Interested In playing are ask- but these new-fangled jobs... and wrestled with the receiver The menu at Sea Gate Elementary
at their home
are
school: AM ii> now a "r I I" pun-cooking to be in long' on
ed to bring their cards.At Well, this was the first time until It fell off the cradle. They SchoolsMonday.Hamburgers
student of the University of Palm ihn", clued, uee a sharp knife, Gordon Drive. own
Beach, where she president following meetings they will Figuring If I took one step at wanted the Fish House. should on buns,
Is of .t you wjmt short shred,
you Mr. and sliced
Mrs. A. W. tomatoes with lettucebut.
the Lambda Eta chapter of Alpha may use i coarse (rater.WINIF3EDA Ahern are back on Third Street, be furnished by the organization a time It should be a cinch, have tried to sell them a few
South They spend the summer months in Quebec City, I took the new ribbon out of yards of ribbon. I'll admit I tered and milk.corn, potato sticks, cake

. . . . .Se .--. .-. .e..e- Quebec The Aherns are great- salmon fishermen and even Women who are new to Naples Its box and shinned It onto probably looked pretty silly Tuesday-Lasagna, cole slaw,
though the weather was cold and and who are anxious to the doo-hlcky that holds the standing there wrapped up in biscuits with honey, pudding and
disagreeable much of
IElNER'S become better acquainted with full spool. This much was easy, typewriter ribbon, but that was milk.
the time they still enjoyed several fishing trips to the other newcomers are urged to but then I let go and that wasa no reason for all those peopleto Wednesday-Roast turkey and

MARINELLOBeauty Laval River and the Gaspe Peninsula call either of the above tele- mistake. The thing began to stand outside the window and gravy whipped potatoes,spinach,

Mrs. Ahern's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. phone numbers or the Welcome unwind. I grabbed the letter laugh. cranberry sauce, date bars,
Leopold Hamel, and their Wagon hostess at MI 2-4039. opener. Perhaps I could holdIt Finally, In desperation, I bread, butter and milk.
Shop *, daughter Marguerite arrived "Neapolitans are reminded in place. It didn't work. chopped off the end of the rib- Thursday Chicken noodle
this week and plan to be here about five months The that the Welcome Wagon Is There was nothing to do but bon that was now In knots. soup, peanut butter and Jelly

(f Hamels also live In Quebec City. Interested to learn of new residents take the whole spool off and Gripping the spool tightly, I and sandwich milk., crackers, fruit cup

X.- Kur ride In one hair who rurrCunu carnal. .! Adm. and Mrs. Malcolm Schoeffel entertained Tues so that they may be rewind It. Several yards of worked it back Into Its post- Friday Scandinavian spa-

day evening. It was In the nature of a housewarming made acquainted with local ribbon doesn't look like much tion. ghettl, chilled tomatoes, Jello,
and farewell sponsors and made to feel that but wait until you start rewind- Then I eyed the book of Instructions bread, butter, and milk,
This is the first
1221 Kultum Third Slr.,1 South lrh'H) 2.301M 1 party. party the Schoeffels Naples Is a friendly dry In which ing Itl My motto Is "never that had come with
)eve had fiQc;* mQyinganto{ (heir new home on Spring- to live," said,a Welcome Wagon say die," so J wound..end, I this horrible rqachlne.! Still
,. .,"J ..... line Drives And .fhey-.left,on''Friday to be in Washington I, spobesmari. wound... and t wound .- .holding:onr* the fibbon I vutn I! idnting( \ \ Mddotf* Salad* t If the
D.C., until early In February The mailman came in. ed the pages with my elbow apples you plan to ue have It
NO" OPEN "Fourteen cents is due today," until I came to the carbon- red skin don't pare them. The
Col. and Mrs. C. J. Lawson are at the Surfs ide, and he said. stained pages that read," Below original Utldorf Salad was a

expect to move into their new Royal Palm apartment Ina Regular MeetingOf "Can you wait until I get are Instructions for chang- mixture of apple, celery and

week or so The Lawsons report a wonderful summer, Woman's ClubNext'Vednesday ,this finished?" ing your ribbon-with steps as mayonnaise but nowadays
NAPLES HEALTH SPA most of which was spent with their son-in-law and He looked at the pile of unwound easy as 123. Phooeylll! cooks usually add walnuts

For Rent Now- -Reduce daughter, Mr. and Mrs Frank Williams Jr., in Lyndhurst, you might ribbon as and well grinned.give up."Gal The, ( G' ( 'b Yt. J 1M'l

WITHOUT EXERCISEBioelectronic Hampshire, England When It came time to return home The Naples Woman's Club postal department wants their I "cr- u;
will hold Its
the Lawson secured passage on the nuclear powered regular monthly money today"
( Spot meeting at 2 o'clock Wednes-
/41- Reducing Machines "Savannah," To add to their good fortune Mr. Williamswas day afternoon, December 9 In "You Some hold help this! "Here while,"I I said.the CHRISTMAS GIFTSfor A'

Require No Eterclse slated for a trip to New York so he and Mrs. Wil the club house. A small boutique change" get

flame joined them aboard the "Savannah" on part of will be set up In the annexfor"browsing"before "Look out," screamed

its good will tour of the world. and after "Don't let it loosel" Too late.
0 Physical( Exercise Equipment Massage the meeting. All that ribbon that I had
After wound The
I business, the William decided on pleasure so Members are reminded that Holiday Season
1 Steam Baths Spot Reducing had come unwound
again.
drove Lawsons' Citroen to Naples They spent about 10 this Is the date to bring their "
"Sorry, said the mailman I
Hours to be .:00 a.m. te p.m. Monday thru Saturday days here, leaving Monday for England Christmas gifts for donationto rather meekly as he walkedout See our

Department for both men and women the Menial Health Associa the door i Boutique Line Of Gifts
HEADING HERE FROM ENGLAND tints Special guests at the .

1 Membership Plan A\'ailahlc Now Speaking of England, this morning (Sunday) Mrs High meeting School will Choir be the Carver Luxurious I Items f

C. J. Knight of Torquay, England, leaves there, and tonight A Chit
Naples Health Spa MI 9-9558 will arrive in Fort Myers She will visit Mr and been arranged for 12 noon, the SALUTE SEAN O'CASEY any lovely lady

Mrs. Frank Blair of Naples Sometime later this month day of the meeting Welsh NEW YORKAP-As a salute ruw would like to own
Located at the Rear of
to Seen O'C..y, two plays based
East Naples Shopping Plata the Blairs and Mrs Knight will go to Nashville Tenn, ba rarebit toast with, cake almonds and coffee, on Mel-or upon two of his biocraphlcat ) 1
for the holidays.Mrs. woke are being produced by
tea will:l be served. Mrs.Char- PUyt Ve44ef StUt
Annette Wino is back from a month in New les W. Jackson Is luncheon Lucille Lortel.who has aaaianed
all profits to the late dramatiat'a
I ';'IL York City, and Norwalk and New Canaan, Conn. Ricky chairman, and reservations family.

':. and Laurie accompanied their mother and had a week of may be made by calling herat The presemstion' of "I knock
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sightseeing and shows Ricky returned his studies
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tt salad men unually like. Add premieres of "Red Roses for ,
J JI stripe of pimiento m pimento Me" and 9iadow! of a Gunman."
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Auxiliary COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plw Re., Sn1.* DMI W| a, IH4 7SURVEYING
\' ) l.'lan collection 1 Legion ]

Of Yule Gifts For Hears Report On

jQPJ9 les Mental PatientsThe Thanksgiving Aid

Collier County Mental Toe American Legion Am.Ulary .
Health Association sends out : met Wednesday eveningat
Liles a reminder that the dual' week the home of Grace McCool
with Virginia Itonwend as co.
of collections for Christmas
host**.
gifts for hospitalized mental The meeting was opened by .
patterns Is at hand. The. closing Ethel Fags
a prayer by Chaplain
By MISSY LULEJIANwu date for giving Is December V. Anne Wynn made a report on

11, next Friday. V community service. She stated

"Then are more than 9,000p.tlens ; that $1B In groceries and med.
In the state's mental I bores had been given to a needy
a rip-roaring, action that U is the eoheslvenesa of with home ties family tor Thanksgiving ftip.
eel week at NIB What with love and not the coheslveness of hospitals, many who much plies of paint, nails, sand paper
shed guest speaker,, force which brings about lasting long forgotten appreciate etc., had been donated by the
candy sale, and our flrit change." receiving a new gift auxiliary to the exceptional class
etball pep rally, the school during the holiday season" the at Naples Junior High. Other Irou
i rather anim ated. THREE RULES association points out. families will be given aid at
Dr. Gates gave a talk on Suggestions made by the association Christmas
GUEST SPEAKER "Quality: Education In Quantity"at Includes blouses or A letter from Mrs. Luther
lie i student body was fortunate Tuesday: ...nine'. PTSA shins, wallets cosmetics or Johnson was read. She gave
I bar Dr. Robert Gates speak meeting. What Interested many: hair creams in squeeze bottles, thanks to the Naples unit for
(a special assembly WednesdayiSjDrnlng. parents most were the three men's bathrobes the donation of money that was
Dr. Gates U a ro.m. rules used In the Gates family sweaters, caps used In Ecuador tor water pumps.
per of the Florida State De. to maintain a well-disciplined bedroom slippers Over $24,000 has been donatedby
pertment of Education, I. an clans "Come when you're called shorts or other clothes, 4- t.rat the National Auxiliary: for this

affluent professor and lecturer,, pick up your things, and yard dress lengths and toilet project. One hundred pumps have
aj i veteran of World War XI (59j1.29 do what you':. asked." articles been pledged, by June of 1984, +W,
missions In the Pacific A short musical program of Gifts should be wrapped attractively S3 pumps have been placed.
tbeatre, resulting In 11 decor.* three piano solos preceded and taken to one of / Thanks was also given for the
Don), U a member of the Army: Tuesday's: talk. Natalie King the many collection centers unit's participation In Foreign 4
Air Corps Re..m.lubulband., played "Laura" and "Autumn where there are special gift Ii' Relations program through the
ad Is the lather of 7 children.KU Leaves", Jane Rogers played tags available to fill out and i( CARK program
topic was, "Be Alert tcorrow" excerpts from several of hetfavorite attach to each package. "ctE After the business meeting,
pieces, and Missy Lule. lasted games were played and prices
"I address you as 'fellow Itu..ent. Juan played "Glair de Lune". Collection centers: are MM JUAN KAI BAINBRtDGEBainbridgeElkins awarded. Refreshments were
[. .', because learning is a coo Tb. gracious Student Council at the First National Bank. served by Mrs. McCool and kin
ItlBulng and rewarding ushers were Jill Worklnger Kepp's Men's Store the Naples Townsend to the following mem.
Fperlence," said Dr. Gates. Sharon Cowles, Christy: Willis Community Hospital lobby and beret Muriel Allbrlght, Ruby
"You should read for en. and Peggy Kline. FHA members Publlx Market, Ricer, Martha Stevenson, Anne THE SUB-TROPICAL scene at the
_.nt. I want you to keep LInda Cobb Anita Storter Nancy.: Wynn Kathalene Sennett Vivian Naples Bench Club ia Mil. Charles McNabb of

[on reading to Increase your Hopkins Carol Thomas, Diane team Is comprised of Jeff Announcement is made of the The future bride Is I graduate Hicks, Ethel Facer Irene Caden. Oak Ridge Tenn., a visitor at the local: hostelry

[understanding and to develop your Marshall, and Connie and Bonnie Johnson, Randy Pole, BUI forthcoming marriage of Miss of Beloit College Debit Wise head, Ethel Echoic, Flo Wlltrout, Her outfit seems perfect for Naples' sunny weather
lattllty to understand what Is Vice are credited with preparing McCUntock, Steve Steel,, Joan Kac Balnbrldge of Naples She Is a membe r of Kappa Delta, Ruth Moreau, Ella Swartt, Dot -chic, comfortable and cool
[being said to you. and serving refreshments in the Merrill Lurlene Chesser.
Frankie Jim and James Naples Panhellenlc Association ( McGrath photo)
Townsend Rockford 11U. to
unknown to
."Never be your cafeteria after meeting. They: The next meeting wUl be at
[tochers. In this way: :you can also arranged the lovely table Fredrlckson, George Frye, John William EUdns of Naples. ,the NaplulunlorWom.n'sClub the Vivian Hicks home, Decem.
1 strengthen the learning situation decorations. Craig Don Gary, Dudley: Miss Bainbridge 1s the daughter and Delta Kappa Gamma
Goodlette, Steve Grimm Steve teachers ber 16th at 7 p.m. This will LeavittTo days, the meeting' regularly ache,
M'Know the respect that comesfifom of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ash- International society.She Terry,
and be the Christmas party. Each duled for December 12 has 'been
Apolka, Gerry: Morgan,
Shadowl.wnSchool.
others when you respectthem. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE ley Balnbrldge. 600 Bowline to a teacher at
1sit George Johnson. member la asked to bring aeo'ered Speak TuesdayAt cancelled and there will be only
[ The Important part Successful efforts were put The MooringssndRock- .
wtththemThink Friday was NIB'S first basket Drive. dish, a gift and threecane the one meeting during the monthof
agree 1 forth Thursday organize localchapter Elklns attended the United -
whether a
you equal ball pep rally: of the year It ford. Mr. Elklns U the son Mr. of food. The canned food Toastmasters December.
equaHty as
of the American Field of Mrs. Luke Elklns. of Bruce- States Military Academy at will be used tor needy famine.
held In the and the
was gym:
[Sportunlty: in the sight of God."Don't Service, a community: or. West Point and U graduate Stanley Terry and John Leavitt
students few ratters ton. Term. Ever broil scrapple Instead of
unhinged a
stunt of the fact:
lose ganltatlon aimed at bringing a are scheduled to speak at the
Law .
of Vanderbllt
with their exuberant cheering University frying If Brush the slice |*nerouily
foreign exchange student toNaples regular meeting of NaplesToul.
School Nashville Tenn. He with melted butter
Joy Hodges gave a Senior pep or
next summer or the upcoming Johnson Barters' Club at 8t30 o'clockTut.41y
talk, u did Junior Class President was a member of the Vander mugeins before they go under
school year The follow. DECISIONS nllttlat the Naples Elks
GUM-MACHINE
Rick demons for his class bllt Law Review Race Relation the heat,
YOUR Inc officers and chairmen were FORT MYERS. Fl. (AP) A Miss Eleanor T. Johnson. Club. Bill Owen and Joe Santa
elected: and Sophomore Class President plastic bubble-sum vending Law Reporter,and upon gradua- 74, died Saturday morning at are slated aa alternate speakers.Carl .
PHARMACISTSPEAKS Chapter president, Mrs. Rae Steve Steele for his clue It machine make half a dozen tion was Initiated Into the Order her home on Ridge Drive in Hodges will serve u CRUISING
Hendrix; vice-president E. was pointed out that the Naplescheering decision' day 'in circuit court of the Coif. Me to a memberof Pine Ridge. toastmaster of the evening Ted
George Rogers; .secretary: Mrs. section Is. now at the here. It decides which e...* the Tennessee Bar Association She had been a resident of Thorward will aaatgn the table ISWONDUJUl
north end of the

-' James Adams; treasurer and crm.CANDYIALE: shell be handled by the Iwo and also the Florida Bar Naples since 1966 when she topics to the members present

BY member for finance, Phil Judge. The machine contain Association, and to currently moved here from Chicago.She Robert Pond will Introduce the
S SP.INOAw.e
GENE'I Derbyshire; member for Homes 15 blue and IS yellow matble. practicing law with James R. brother member and guests. 9AIL.WINTIt,. ,.
How would :you like the world's 1s survived by two IM art .sent, AM
and Student-Family: Adjustment, When I is be ...In.d, Master evaluator will be Ted
cue to
McLAINw finest and richest chocotateOrbow Adams, Naples.The Gilbert H. Johnson ofNaples Mret, MdIMre..., .. A.whe
Billy: Crawford high school the machine ia worked. If It take Below lactated by Marvin Cecil ...wet hwy. a Cs.NM..,
psychologist; American Abroad about chocolate.covered: .chooses a yellow marble the wedding will place and George T, John* and Ed Daugherty u hi* evalu. Ous0 THE WORLD TUY
Coordinator Edmund Lowe, high candy-coaled: almonds? Rush to case i I. heard by Judge Lynn December 19 In the chapel of ion of Chicago, and a niece store Bruce Mumm will be the
w school guidance counsellor; the nearest College Club memberand Gerald A blue marble means the the First Presbyterian Church, and nephew. timer, with George Vega the tar CAOMO/eA Av.V .
these delicious COeAh()Asia.
member for School NIB teacher purchase carfelifons cue i Is handled by Judge Archie with the Reverend John Stump Dr. Harland Fague, pastor grammarian and Charles
Let's .kare a quick look Mrs. Glen Roan; student representative SO cents for only box SO. Since cents a Mar bator Odom. officiating. of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, McCool, the wi lard of aha. sees A r.w..w pecans
.t a misconception many Tom Bernard presU a will conduct funeral servicesfor Because of the Christ maa holt. teI 5.a 1es tau I
day, the College Club has been : .
.
dent of Inter Club Council pub / .Treeel Mwl.e leeel.aeM
people have eencernlngvitamlna. with their boss Johnson at 2 o'clock :..
l assiduously: employed
llclty chairman Ed DuBane
: :
Because most of afternoon In the EarlG.
from the Lions Club. candy campaign. As a result Tuesday .
rs' t our vitamins are obtained Other charter members at.they: have a few more coins THE NAPLES Hodges Funeral Chapel, HAND KNIT PRQTtCTO PANTS COMAS.

from food some peopl. are tending the meeting In the high Jingling In the treasury and the Interment will be In Naples
dUpoeed te look upon vltanlM school library: were Principaland student body has pined a few Memorial Gardens Friends
" a* a type of food. Mrs. Wallace Woodruff,Earl pounds around the middle. Jt'. NotebookContinued may call at the funeral chapel:
Food, kewever, U a Material Hodges, NIB teacher Bill Cun. all for a worthy cause, because from 1 to 8 o'clock both tonight PamperedPoodles
providing heat energy, ningham Mrs. Shelby: Hatley: the profits will go Into the club'sCollege and tomorrow night

......rt. IB terms of calories from the Naples Woman's Club This enterprising Book Scholarship is Fund.also ( from page 6))
and NIB students Diane Aura, group
for vital bodily pro. SUppy Boynton Dodle Gurtler,throwing a record hop In the cafe EllingtonGraveside
ce_.. laaimnck as vitamins Pat lUpus, Gary Petttt, and terla following Saturday: night's I

do not contain calories Missy Lulejlan. basketball game. Admission IsSO at the Florida Central I Acedemy while Laurie itayed on, services for the
they are not food. Any Interested student or adult cent. stag and 73 cents drag visiting friends In Connecticut Infant daughter of itt and Mrs !
Is welcome to Join American Ellington 3738 Florence
They are, however I NEW COLLEGENext Mr. end Mrs. C. F. Nelson of Larry ,
Field Service, since It Is a com. formerly Tanafly, Court, will be held at 1U30 FEATURING ---
chemical of drug that munliy program and is not de. Tuesday a representative N. J., are now In their new home on North lake Drive. o'clock Monday morning Naples Complete line of Fancy Col-
are present !I. food and a signed for any certain group. from New College (Mrs. Ellis)
vitamin Is still a vitamin The next AFS meeting is January will be at the high school. She On November lit Mr. Nelson retired at assistant vice Memorial Gardens with lets, Leeds, hand Knitted

whether you get It from a : 7 at 4:30 p.m. In the high will be more than happy: to talk president of American Telephone end Telegraph In New Rev John W, Stump, pastor of .-- I Sweeten, Hand made P.J,'i,
to any: sophomore, Junior die First Churchof '
school York. PreabyterUA
library.
beefsteak or a bottle. Interested Protecl-0-Pants "for the Girls
or senior Those !
For th. bottled variety BASKETBALL BOUNCES IN parents and teachers should see The Nelson. are looking forward to Christmas and Arrangements Naples officiating.are |In chargeof 'I-' In Sea ion," Toyi.

of vitamin U eipplemeat Now that the football seasonIs Mr. Lowe before' Tuesday. Brace Isa their first guests. At that time their granddaughter, Erka the Earl G. lodges FuneralChapel. ,1>t

your daily diet or for concluded basketball has arrived Lamartlne member, of a the 64 graduate New College, and her parents, Mr. end Mrs. James Nelson will be down The baby died Friday .. "

medical iiplies ef any ... with and a big bounce.have CoachesHowell charter class d SO students. from Goiter, N. Y., for two week.. night at Naples Community Ho-
Thomas kept
tire, rely oe NAPLES the varsity and "B" team under New College numbers many dls.tlngulshed Others new In town are Mr. end Mrs James Walker pltal.Besides. Jf .titk
from allover her she is
PRESCRIPTION SHOP. vigorous training. Out varsity professors They end Mrs. Walker's mother Mrs. Henry Wilson come parents
I Our stock II complete, andy team Includes Glen King Butt the country, and it con. survived by both m..rnaland t!
a can expect personal Ritchie, BIU Splngler, Steve cent: rate. more on Individual.. from Raleigh, N. C., end are living on Third Street, South. paternal grandparents living In

attention te yoer needs at Clark Dennis Fields, Bill Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leeds of Cleveland have moved Illinois and by paternal 1 great Ml 11th, Ate, ...
Morton Bob Koch Gary: Sharp INCIDENTAL INFORMATIONDid grandparents, Mr. and Mrs FOR APPOINTMENT CAll MI 2-4157
NAPLES PRESCRIP you know that worms tried into their new home on 20th Avenue, South, end entertained
Randy Harris, Van Weeks and CM. Adklns, 440 Second Avenue
TION SHOP. 773Ih Al Hackney.: This year's "B" at a IS degree angle (the same Mrs. William Forster of Erie, Pa, over last North, Naples Ethel Jones Ethel Dins burg
A'.. Ne, Phone MI S-HSS, angle at which astronaut are weekend.
.orbited through space)? Neither
tt ---- did we, BOO (Before Dr. Gates) Relaxed end refreshed and ready for the big season

PERMANENT SPECIALS Keep reading! ahead are Mrs. Norman Santml, Mrs. Robert Benson,

Guaranteed Mrs. Ruth Hixon Mrs. Roy Smith, and Mrs Richard Pitt. Who could be
Your biscuit too
From III .p .Wave fat brown on the bottom'setting ll mr be man They return today from four days at West End In I
t., including: $21 rVmaot that your baking sheet lan't the' Grand Bahamas /lOllwill, Christmas
S'2.50' heavy or shiny enough

T"... eennee.M5 h.ehd.. e*'y Mir cut.
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!!J | Cenertwtw, Wumpo.. ant Mad / I Gifts like these .
9peciaTT la the sew' carefree "Keaarth" !lalrtat.d
ins Beaatlfslly loft.WillS 'FIXO"'cE S
Noa-Teaatng
.. hair styling
al e feature e a nautical license plate with the Initials spelledout

HAIR FASHIONS F FOR THE J in International Code. Jr .44m
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111 Finn *.... *-. MMM Ml It" HOx.IpY.s 2WI e a "fishing reel pencil sharpener. a'ce' t1'

WvVvWwVM* e a set of' unbreakable glasses' In Gulf Blue, Aquamarine, MOil Green

CAN SAVE YOU MONEY 1 Topaz or Ruby for use around the swimming pool or patio.

a charges and enclose t I
on transmitting
--- e a Salvadore Dall clock that actually works.
your personally written card or note


IF you place your out-of-town orders for e a Sunset Light Switch engineered so that when the sun goes

e rfu down your lamp goes on.
1 JmoJjl n.Jl!

o.o ", e a sophisticated' mobile of fish or owls.


drmo.1.c. with us NOW. e an expertly tailored men's sports Jacket In a wrinkle-free fabric.

ra. dim We tend Christmas lower end plant ANYWHEIE. ,,4 e a Lampette the collapsible desk lamp that swings around 360';

down and up 180i, and has the two-speed, powerful bulb

C1.Q sOUR used In aircraft' landing lights
1-.knJtL uNlL. BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS
,
e a bathing suit with matching shift.
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MERCHANDISE IS IN AND ON DISPLAY e a Cape Cod wind speed and wind direction Indicatorfor

weather watchers

Come in and see the GORGEOUS

...- u' rGInd. e a Camera Caddy that givesa

WREATHS and FRESH 'firm support for cameras or Everything gift-wrapped
CHRISTMAS
u :1-""' binoculars. and mailed for you at thee
v tir ,l puf t

BALSAM DOOR SWAGS LOTS ,fit,I a compact traveling Coffee Bar. Sporta( and

CHRISTMAS e a set of fund painted glasses In Specialtiesa
OF FRESH GREENS
rnna.Q1 variety of fruits or old car motifs. Shop

e cotton calendar with colorful Located In the Bueri Shopping Aria

for holidays an Broad Ave, Just off 3rd Strait, So.
race LQteCjorisl flags birthdays,
( and other occasions. 291 Broad Art. So. MI 2-4349>\

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Hurt Eagles Fall ., 5743Punta



Gorda's able to get off 17 more shots Jump shots by Randy Harris
from the field. and that made It 42-31.
Funk, the bespectacled guard Funk scored the last two
Funk Gets Hot who went wild against Naples points of the quarter to makeIt
last year with 35 and 36-potm 4633. He put In I V points
In Second HalfBY performances, was frustratedby by himself In that period I'unto -
. . . .
the Eagles In the first half Gorda played It coy ii! the . . . .

DAVID LYON Friday. He had only seven fourth quarter, shot Inj; '>n / .pwX '" ws hry ,,,,kN
PUNTA GORDA--Too many potts at Intermission, and Naples when given a good cha ce. a # Y ryv.X 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Nipln, N... Sunday, Dacwnba 4. 164
opening-game floor mLltlltli.plus trailed by only two points, Both teams starred m s'0"'-
some hot second-half .... ly, Naples making omit I one: of fiNn iltp ( 1XXnh
shooting by I Purlta Go""DiveFunk. Steve Clark hit from the side eight field goal tries III. the aa.'y,,.S.rl./N. Area BasketballFRIDAY'S

allowed the Tarpons U to tie it up as the third quarter first quarter. StillNajlesheld ,X v MljMXe Junior High
take care of Naples High opened but Funk pushed in12footer a 7-6 lead after the (first eight f RESULTS
School's basketball team Friday a to put the Tarpons minutes. Harris hit 4 rebound tf. Punta Gorda 57. Naples 43
night 67-43. ahead to stay. Clark made a and a free throw, and Clark __ : Everglades 87, Clewiston 48
The Eagles: of new Conch free throw but Funk clicked and Tom Bernard each added "a : Frosh AimingFor LaBelle 56, Immokalee 51

jerry Howell were to try again from 20 feet and added a free two foul shots Lake Placid 62, Alva 42
Saturday night In Naples' borne throw'to make it 30-26. The second quarter also was Pahokee 44, Moore Haven 43
opener agatiwt Clewiston. Alva closely-contested Harris put 3rd WinNaples
will visit Naples Tuesday,with IN FOUL TROUBLE In an 18-foot and Buz Kit- r Monday-Naples Junior High at
the "B" game set for 6j30 Bus Ritchie made a free throw elsie cashed a rebound to give Fort Myers, first game 6:30.

and the varsity contest to begin to pull Naples within three. the Eagles a 19-10 edge, but Junior High's freshmen Tuesday-Alva at Naples,"B"
at about 745. Funk committed his fourth foul Puma Cords tied It up again, will aim for their third straight 7t4.5TuesdayImmokalee
The shorter Tarpons were on that play, but he sinned no then nosed ahead by two points alJ victory Monday when they travelup game 6:30 varsity
out-rebounded by Naples, but more until picking up his fifth at the half. Fort the road to meet the rugged clubat at North
Myers Junior
the host team made upfortnett potsnal late to the final quar- Fort Myers. High Ft. Myers
rebounding deficiency by working ', .' tfiat lime,the Tar VARSITY DEBUTS Coach Bill Marshall's Panther
the ball more smooth/) prtis bad 4 1 -poktt lead. Harris and Bernard made frosh rolled over Nerth Fort Tuesday-KJlewlston at Everglades
than Naples did. A zone press Two particularly damaging their varsity debuts Friday, Myers by a 49-23 score here ; .
defense bothered the Eagles, errors by the Eagles allowed scoring 13 and eight points res Friday for their second win of
who threw the ball away too Jim Apple of Punts Gorda to pectlvely Clark made 13, Ritchie the week. But Naples' seventh
many times for their own good. score twice on Isyups to give five, and Bill Monon two. 4 and eighth graders couldn't find
For the game, Naples was tilt team a 94-37 edge. Then Funk ended up with 28 points. the range and were upended by Immokalee Team
guilty of 29 floor errors and Funk hit three field goals and The teams had comparable North Fort Myers, 2623.

the J tarpons only It.: As a two free shots, while Naples shooting percentages from the ___JI : 4 team The will seventh take and the eighth-grade Fort Myers Loses Close One
consequence Punta Corda was could answer only with two field and free throw line but
floor at 6:30 Monday against their
Punts Gorda got more chancesand OPENING TIPOFF for the Naples varsity basketball season Is wonb Ripple counterparts The ninth To The Cowboys
outscored the Eagles:: In \' rnKl <'(satyr St. \ I Clark' towering over official Rand Hams (-10)) grade battle will follow.
How to plan how to both categories.Coach mid Tom Ccrnair) (tlo) watch ball come their way. as does Punta The freshmen relied on scoring Highly-regarded LaBellewas
Dick Thomas' "B" (;01'<111'8 Biuc Smith ((20)). No. 14 in left background is Dave Funk balance to polish off the Red hard-pressed to pull out a
enjoy your golden, years team rallied smartly from an who helped !sink tit,. Entries Friday with 28 points (NEWS photo) Knights Both sides started slow 66-51 victory over Immokalee I
Incredibly slow start, but the ly, but Naples jumped Into a
in dignity and comfort Tarpon Juniors held off the Eag commanding lead In the second Friday night In an Everglades II
committed 38 violations twice
les for a 47-43 victory. The NAPLES FG FT TP Finger 1-4 0.1 2 quarter with 14 points to only Conference basketball tussle atUBelle.
as many as the foe. Naples Harris 6"12 1-4 13 Morgan 0-1 0-0 0 two for the visitors. .
0** free, rW 16 t pafle'bookfet "How ro Naples boys went scoreless for also committed seven more Sptngler 0"1 0-0 0 Johnson 5.113.4 13 Naples hit on 18 of 47 Held The Indians,expected to start I
Invttt for More Ritlnmtnt fnco/nt the first 11 minutes of the game fouls and Punta Cords outscored Clark 6"14 3-5 13 M. Weeks 3-6 2.2 8 goal attempts for a 34 per cent off slowly because of the limited
;;..... \ whet and trilled by an 18.0 score the six effort Fernando Rlvero made footballand
-_ :;, recommends you should do now Eagles by points Morton 1"5 0-3 2 Goodlette 1.2 0.2 2 practice time between
<< '" before Jeff Johnson broke the from the foul four out of five from the floor
Kxeisrrt no f"81'9'what' your age(> ,to reach your line. Bernard 3"12 2-4 8 TOTALS 17-40 9-21 43 basketball seasons, stayed
Ice with a successful set shot and led the Panther with
In the opening minutes, Naples scoring ahead of the for the
"1'0'' retirement goals' It outline 3 basic Ritchie 2"3 1-2 5 Cowboys
whittled the eight paints Then
Punta came Jerry
Naples couldn't make shot
a grab until
In Weeks 0.3 0-0 0 NAPLES 0 10 19 14 43 most pan midway through
; steps letting up your retirementr Gorda lead to 14 at halftime a rebound Davis and John Abbott with seven
or see men the final Then Mike
open Fields 1.1 0"0 2 8 16 11 12 47 quaner.
> 1t' proprppt..help." you determine your and trailed by only six going downfloor. The spirited comeback PUNTA G. each and Mike Sharp, Carlos Al. Coins entered the and
Hackney 0,0 0"0 0 fonso, and Bill Donovan with game
probable after
ftnllnclll.f'equirlfl\.nt: Into the last quarter. Errors indicates better things to scored that
Koch 0,0 six: each. some timely points
ft.. 'tls.| bout ib.t. risk andadvantage's hurt Naples The team 0,0 0
\ .. ', g ) dearly. come for the "B" team. King 0-0 0"0 0 Other Naples polnt-makers pulled LaBelle Into the lead.
:- 'I"" of a padictl44tnlethdd; 6f TOTALS 18-51 7-18 43 were Doug Peterson four, Ricky The Cowboys, who have been
1 'a, '. Investment you can start right away Gators Romp Splcer and John Hollowell two working on basketball since

'1 \ .... If you're already' retired then apCls NAPLESMIAMI PUNTA GORDA FG FT TP each, and Benny Room one. September, and had upset Lake
'. l ) "ctlon 0"how)'011 may Increase FLY Apple 2.7 0-0 4 The Marvin game's high scorer was Placid earlier in the week,
income and reduce "he.d- 't Pabon 2-7 1-4 5 Myers Thompson of North Fort went into a stall after attaining -
with 13 points. He
: .same time.To receive Field 3-7 4-6 10 57-48 OverClewiston received little scoring help from the lead, and that took care
.1taI'1: 1I1""CoJ'.ch..tth.your free copy, mall coupon. Just Funk 12.29 4-9 28 teammates of lmmokalee.
ont mart ntton why fA*people tt Year Round Daily Schedule Smith 4"13 1"4 9 Coach Keith Bright' seventhand Larry Williams and Don Daniel I
Reynoldssregood people to know.Reynolds Harris 0-6 1.21 eighth graders picked up kept the Indians In the game
Naples To Miami Leonard 0.0 0-0 0 only four points In the first half with their rebounding, ana Im

7.45 AM 11 30 A.M. 3.45 PM.: TOTALS 23-68 11-25 57 at and were down by seven points mokalee obtained good scoring
& Qg. Everglades High's basketballteam Intermission. They cam balance in their opener. Williams
Itoc Miami To Naples NAPLES 716101043 picked up victory numbertwo back strongly in the third period, scored 16 points, Daniel
900AM. 215PM. 5:00 P.M. PUNTA, 6 19 21 11-- 51 Friday night by dashingpast but fourth NFM hit some shots In the 13, Jerry Rutledge 10, Larry
:
139 BISCAYNE BLVD MIAMI FLA .'. the Clewiston Tigers 5748 Panthers.quarter and held off the Day and Harley Thomas four
ATTNi( MR JON DACHMANN) Toniirrtloiii and Reservations to say point In the world at Clewiston. Naples' record now Is each Chuck Carson end Billy

as NAPLES AIRLINESNaples "B" TEAM The Gators of Coach Bruce 1.1.Scott Black scored 12 Panther Skinner two each.
I'j.a NAPLES FG FT TP Bierman combined a full-court points and Oscar Gonzales added Tom Guthrie and Coins led
Airport Concourse S Miami. Airport Townsend 4-7 1-7 9 press and fast break in the seven Larry Pruitt had three LaBelle with 17 and 16 points.
5111.1 I''" MI S-3454 NE 44811 Peele 0-1 1-1 1 third quarter and Everglades' and Rocky lamurrl one NFM Steve Stinnett added 13. Im

STi City Ticket office Naples Travel Aftnct Canaan Steele 3-8 2-4 8 one-point halftime lead roomed had good balance, led by Steve mokalee won the "B" game,
to nine points as the fourth Lozo with eight points 44-40. helped by Johnny
.. period opened. The Gators
-- .- mat- Brown's 19 points.Immokalee .
ched points with the Tigers travels to North
thereafter.On Mrs. Fred Haynes Fort Myers on Tuesday to meet
Saturday night Everglades the Red Knights, who are scheduled
New Chairman Of
't met Marathon Homestead.\ to open their new gymnasium
hl itffla$ On Tuesday, the Gators will Beach Club WomenThe that night.
rtllPlI/Illf face Clewiston again With luncheon
Everglades enjoying the home- annual meeting _
floor of the Beach Club Women's Coif
advantage. Association was held Monday,
Clewiston was led by the foot November 30 at the Beach Club. STOP AT THIS SIGN

ball-playing Morrell brothers. Mra. Fred Haynes was elected AND SAVEON 1
Mandy Morrell tossed In 21 chairman for the group for 1965.
points and Alberto 20. But Mrs J. E. Betts will be her VACATIONEXPENSES
2 SOLID TRUCKLOADSHAVE Everglades got good scoring CMhalrman. Mr*. F. V. Adams
from all five starters to overcome was reflected secretary, Mrs.
that one- wo punch. Homer Dixon* treasurer, Mrs
Danny Smith paced the Ga- Virginia Edwards as member.
ARRIVED tors with 15 points, and David at4arg, and Mrs,Wilbur Eckard
Barton and Ron Addison added as ex-offlclo board member Golden
Mrs. Haynes held s meeting G
.
13 apiece Wlllard!: Wooten Guest
'
of the board on SaturdayDecem.br
s tossed In nine points and Charlie 5 at which time committee iNFpR
ALL SIZES AND SHAPES Goff seven. Evergladesmade chairmen were to be announced q n E
the trip a completely Old Man Weather hit on Tues.
successful one with a 39-37 day December Inn, and there
"B" team victory over was no official tournament at
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY Clewiston. the Beach Club. However, six
brave souls went to the Invltt.ttonal .
tournament at Fort Myersand

FROMH49THESE Moorings LadiesTo style acquitted Mr*.themselves Virginia Edwards great

won low gross in her flight, and

TREES WERE CUT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30th. ALL GUARANTEEDSCOTCH Play All Even Mrs in the Howard third flight.JohnlOl'lwon low net Golden Gate Guest
Members of the Moorings
IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO GET A FRESHER TREE.: MOST TREES Women's Gulf Association will will The take regular place weekly on Tuesday meeting,
shoot for low net scores on the .
December 5thKnuckteball \ pif a peat M. '
WERE CUT 6 WEEKS PRIOR TO THIS DATE even hole In next weeks regu. I asp
lar 'outing-. One half of estab. !went itft vacation plcituftithoui
will be ., t IUS.n| yow tcttiM
llshH handicap used In pith Barney
Every tree han\ picked by Chris and Tallie Ellis SHOP EARLY determining scores Schulti of the Si I outs Csrdi budget Htrt Kt. .uit l tin tI the
!that *i: I..if it |ifn fit tt-
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In last wek's play tor low net oats played on two ptnninl "' .nhers -
while on vacation this summer. AND GET THE honors, Mrs B. Johnston was ihn year-Jacksonville of iliac pn, rftt lhl" Ht you,iIt
olden Cit. CutS
PICK I OF THE CROP the winner, and Mr. H. Brewer the International I eaaue and the a
took second honors In that area Red Bird in the NationalLeasue I
of competition. FREE GASOLINE
PINE
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CORPORATE DISSOLUTIONIN COLLIER' COUNTY FLORIDAIN .on el 1 LI ibraiy and Ademntm InInckar L. 0,5IVI NPI / i u Nt::> Tea 71A w. i II:t'lSD ''n' ,. '
THE NAME AND BY THE!: PROBATEIN Building at Naptot Ji 14,gh .. .? I I .tv eI lKTfOMA"

AUTHORITY Of THE RE Fit... el School Naple Fioi. d. fw theCollier WANTED TO BUY ttSl1 Can l H'nil.rtnn r>Mk apt I UNIT Al'AniMefll SI'" thl

STATE: Of FLORIDA. RAYMOND WIERNAKEbHrosN County Beard ef FSrMM ,Inetructwn I I 1154 ,_ _ 6*. v Nsss1111 Wi mtiHMr4N rk. In ., i ,,fHANOOIPM ,
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE: ,PRCtENTt will be received by the Auto dMlerkhip. to NiolM. Pieferebly ..>..>.lii'* ,-, I Ail 1 HKALTYfini "ass., I'm \
SHALL COME:. ORECTlMaS ap rlMsdanl el hj it of I5.. Oenetal, Mlri Fred la lm MiiMi Pill r 15/111 iillt tutu le l n l .
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NSpIN. Florida; Mirfird' EnivoldNiplM Notice ,Ii h*r.bp given thai l have EST II 'ItM el whuh lime / 26-Pe"o"11 l I.1 l Aye No nil
.,,,01.. did on the In ..." Mod my final ,return 5. Ancillary' *M) .. .o.h', will' be publnly 'at'tejU"l'f \ RtAI it It
of May A D IMI CIUM lo klincorporilMl Eiaciilor of the Mtete of RAYMOND opened and. road "- ''. for Rent I1
under Ih. laws ol IM WIERHAKE decooiod. thai. I have Centra ALCIINOL/CS ANONYMOUSMNN.550.551111,105105 HARRIS\
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principal placa of bunnon alNaplM camber tL 1541 l I will apply te th*. 0..peal, Conrricttorarlrnsmb Wa11'1ON ARC R.j kierod (lick tpy4 | Ml MMI Wl.i,.,. ...IHHvilMiKM '. NI Ills A1nnla "H vi all'.., g N '1.011.'' .'
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Honorable Richard M Stanley' AND WILLIAM' French Peodie, I yair alii Iicalrent MtMIKii" "1' I 55,5 TAI Illflca I's5r'Sn rv
of Florida, and wharaat men corporition County of Collier M/AItYDf. M S. COvnh Annti ." Ilk. '' t..4 ., ;
Judge County 1 MM child'' pot *nd. iomunion P5'I I. ,4 A'.o' 4'S nod l/hll'I < S r:, Inn
did on tha 701h day of Florida for approval' of laid final or Blvd Ferl Myan Florida A te .....1" RalMnikle., Jl II MX Avt .:.>. t..M fX. ROYIN IMARRFPSNInr '1'5. 00Aa'S I 'E1 iy i a".'.I'Y
Novambar A D IM4 cauia lo bat .return and for an order af diltrlhulien 1 dsp50,1.W00's lecjuirod for Mch fill I /N/ It/I It '"tttj H I < I'M I
f4.. in the oII.c. ol th. _..,.,,, asdor f nal I ditrhargeAncillnrv s tint Ml ef Drawing: and: Specific tee TIDE APTS 4.mr sr.5AIa1. 5,5,555... > 5I bl/ I '

of th. Slat. ol Florida, ., tha documanlary .. Eiecutor of the will. of tient ittuod t* each a.....*! Ten '0- Idio TV Hl-fl Weekly MemWy '"'"'' l hrn'"nn.l5. authority raqulrad ur"' RAYMOND WIIRHA" dN00sdTHE tractor Additional be ebnnd ""' 'n/ t limitl fin*.I
...1t0ft Ml II Florida' Statulal. pr.dmacI1on: : 12-Help Wanted tsaili, )' ,_ :, Rmm
BANK OF NAPLES \ by pi>,ng r till Baa..I"',..l -1' M...hnAvAll -
.how,. tha dmolution. el ouch corporalion By /./ GEORGE E ALLEN which coil will not .. refundedChecki r ll..s..a' .' 5171 M rAIt'VUI'\\AL'
Ancillary Etecutor ., th. shall b* mode payable te N.", im05N1a151y, 1 n15n 05 I* Will AIVMI fyWic AMrMiAm M.-ih ;I ALIT 1'I1t1't. M ,,. ., No t...,.,", t. MI., 7551555
: I l.l.r. I Ml .*. .... illCwtTarl .. 5 I
Now. lharalora th. Secretary olfttal FitalaRAYMOND of Iran f > 1\111.! 555* 'I!
the ArchitMti The' full emount women te take ever Ml** ..
don haraby cartily I* thi WIERHAKEDeceaied the ......., will be returned ,II Dr.. chit* for Fuller B'uth Cornpenyin P A oar ll,. li4P.im 1 UIA 5' M. I 51" ,Ih. ,> h>rf. ...?." w.'It. bnll... Niplii. f.,k ,t"'. I *". I Iin I.1
fortfoini and that h. ,It latitliad IIl.d n.r I U nth ''o5. ti ktrni "" 't '
and toeciftcetlori* ere returned CHINCMnr Ill 50 I 5.5 pav.t nf
ingi
thai tha rquirmnlt ol th* Ian, GEORGE: E ALLEN, lo the Archileett In gooe conditionwIMHn / to ilert Cell Mr: 11/51 133S.rrlc.s/ Tarn r .......... Iu.' W.I.I '1'.' In "MlBlM Ml, r4 mlanm', t'. : I "I ..: :
hav boss eompliad with Vic. Prndnl and dan of the dale i.l fer Fl Myr WI III4. 55111111NIn a e..1,..ran ,115I Pi,, .A, i.. ". II, .tMI.i.. 111'15'' ', I | 'I I 555 1
IM WITNESS WHEREOF. I hav. Trait Olficer : Sosa5. Clnln51or1 mix PM 'n IrIN, :r NO "i g ',::. > i::" ,,:'.': 511a511 171.1't"1 1II .
karaunto ..! my hand and hv* al Nov tl n Doc t. II 'IH4 arm obtain05, ../.... .M. lpciflctieniby O".d NIW 1 115 1 .''U, tr5rn l a'S .1 To I I l/ll .HIIfl
had t5.. Grill Saal, ol ,... Stall npreduotion. coil which. Two .leC" willed wilnrMl \ p ,ll,,Illy 1. nr". I, ,, 5 51.55

Sal ol Florida thit. 'h.at Twentieth Tallahatia. day*. th*ol Cap No-! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE coat paying win not b* returned A copy clerk.ktOfM I MlTtlM" Sl,hr.IM AIM Moparater nJNtM n/' s- ftooiiat rt 1..J" UI e."oI'littfln 11"k:: ":X'v '..;...M"rhn:.,.'15',.;'. BOWN |?1 ,.. month MIf

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF of the Plant and Specification mayW SEA 1VALLS r !' 'I.' < 'I" rffo
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A 0 1964 ;
\/ TOM ADAMS FLORIDA: IN AND FOR kmined. fr*. ef chorge *l INn tr.-r,. T 1 I/w/ iil.TAjo/d .. ASUS iY'IiM'I IKllllllA HMI lit oftnVF 5n ly 10,11.51
SEAL COLLIER COUNTYAT offioe ef the Architect" winted PNoni Ml ROCK Nvtn limllin. IndlrHIj ...... Act,
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Secretary" of Slate LAW Inh bid muil ba. accompanied. 'Checkor bye rim for 'interview U/S if Foundation Piles j 11'I/JJ ifTlBrT.S P!ItA" LIIRT III" rAI.
Certified Check. Ci.hi.f .
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT. enAgency i .. Bnrn sR mDgr
; ief
Doc I. IM4 _--!400 ef the Stale of fieri**. bid Bend ei*.sIN ky th* Bid WaIf' 51.4.5.. and lady. II slob *oitHm/ wiikmg TWnjHHlil.'luinuiiait giitanirnl I Iftel'tJlWAAt" \ fl, Ni Ml t 4I<*
sod COLLIE' COUNTY. a politicalSubdiviiion Her end Su'.lp Co licemcd to d.* Ii 150p.d1M and III.m p Dot .-MooI'I"Q Whips1.11NAI ba ami riMMBIng IliWth'u
NOTICE OF ,PUBLIC HEARING ef the State of buMneM In Florid, in e kum euel ..pt .tlt..1 DIp'h11,. : MttJ ff "III. ,
Nolic. U hrby IIVM thai Florida 10 five per cent (l"| of the amountOf ,..priM* pre,.".d bill SA/ t | ./..tk.. .. c:5, ,. '"! tin"' ,h..." ;- :,I.
public hearing will ba held' by Ih PetitionerVi INS 'ot.I.14I Th* Bend ll r* .*"* *Ml'* 'III *"*"" Ti' I ii'H', ,, 59-AuuS'
: Florid. M,Ik: Comm,men for .. : Ojirlrgo. as .........** that "I thiIn lli"tr, ll U(1MrrN Iemt.$77 ... ,
Al ItitWI ,
I and. ill el th. Milk Marketing." Area ANGELO POERand M eioeplad. a Contract will baontared ---WAJiTre- IU4I. RailS r JlAie In .all .I I, AlWl PARS FRSM IOOAV
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. In Florida new under its tupervl CATHERINE P'0 RIO. Into end the per tor mane iof e'J.v\'C.:( asalmul tie 5.n'/ ,Ih k ". I 'per .
lion and raiulation: m tha Hout husband end wits. and H properly kacured The IUCCOMful ITRNOORAPHIR therthindnd l.4| I .all I Mrl ."l.* "."t 5 E/r'if-r.ll,". ," ,. NAPIfl M. ih ll.I I in..gM I
Ch.mb.r. Slate Capitol' TlllihetiM. EUGENE H POERIO. Bidder will: b* =. to spa.ala typing condnien.raoulrid' In 111.15.00WNNisp Pruning ,)if.ft.' M Ml" ) IMI lNUll115; II1' "H< I S'M M,,, Tn .:| :, ,11 m ;tu4
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Florida. lommencmf at t M AM. Defend I nt* a Performance coveringend /hallM/, ,. W, "
icraali.no
on Monday. December 14 IH4 ..I. NOTICE OF RULE NltlrM including ell labor and. mlr" O'fwe t.m, ...ol..ya/M *r/ ant'y' *>W Mrfm "1Ald5 Iw /I" 11 Nn 1S IIIl 1.?.., .. ni.,'. ... ..
tiva t< the lotlowlnf/ meltertI Ne M. .". Tile Performance' Bond khallwritten fanlrit | |I1') RIP RAP MAlAI.U: < ; > Mtl: 111/' II 00'."nl
markelwideereducer NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN N' in the amount of sos >
ConiMrlien el a "
_*"<*tion pad *rdernlalnldi PROCEEDING' ....,..PrleT 5s01INMI' of '''. C." 13-Httlp Want.mat.. .AtII l 'K0( K> OKOISS' ." "" '. ''''.'''' I....'..... Sins ll a thi bifMt JMII I I/1111." kiil-wum" Nnults5y .' '.', 55a1. Hgf>-.r
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r_mmndliimk lrmIh IN THE NAME AND 'Y TII' tree ape t hl .I. larah. anyrr: 'v f boltsI'A4. Rnn" .I JJJ .555 55 I r* tr* fA 0' .
Indmlry Cwnmitt. appoint AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Pi mill fermi mult ba prepirly / ".. typil ihertheml reiju C....... .....11..4..1Ile .. "Ball' ., 7650/ 55t05 5' ..' ; (l Ml
ad for thai pwrpoMI FLORIDA filled out No ouelilrmg *" ortlaiamentk .f'd Parminanl, lull lima, IS ," It/' IIN. '/.I .. ."" .. .
teA.d., ,.,.... of m 0. i m u m TO ALL WHOft IT MAY CONCERN will be cerxlderedNd Ider .eek Fi.nga bMa4lls .. sod I'.'''' ." '"q IIaEn .' .. .
chargM te producer! handlingkeiilHi AND te all pereom end. par BIOBfR MAY WITHDRAW" A Inr ,IMny.ant. mIALNNlm .. SR .p Pare Idol)' p.'r-:: ha. llVfJll*i PM tfStPI I FIJIIFRMt I
anj .. .f"f milk Imo II...,ng ., claiming' any "grit BIO luBmrttod. for o period' of thirty I..snela I MAHA1IKADRtDdlMj n .:i B: ittf! rM"Mi III ;?
I. C mkidraflefl. of tarriterial, llmittel title .",...., ....,.. mortgage er 'Ml dey after the dele kt forth lets/1 I >\I l Ht' (I'M Ifl 'ARlOBIAN MAI' IrpTI AI r' lit
ether .lien to or en IheM certain et Sub bidi, : (0.
marketing *ri
milk m--.T"yaa2' ,..Ai PZ Vi ton
,.. .. of lane) hareinefter T"f OWNI" RIsiNvls THf A l t'ld A.< Ith PAl Mf" "ARRIS
erdar
4. Ces.iPontia" ol 01111 'c. dexribadend ment Prihri MsI./ fimiimi'Vr. MF, II
(Stir, MilHary M.Ik: Order the following parMnt, together NIGHT to ,.,. any end ill Bkti. Oepl Mini be likaki Dry.c ef MIl Oittft, D'tfl'i"' 11/11 II I'M MA "
to determine. if any change efchangM with all unknown panoni slamming. and. to waive .wfurrjialllie. tbarelp head I, MlffOFWlItrPl As1U''A/R,
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Plane / tuoa"
ironing apply inperkon .* 0ii' > .' "
mould' be mad* *r fur ..". through er umlar known per CIIt.U50as R CMICl>IRii.i Prettier, LavndrHOP ''t ,.... I 'npl., pjtnp.'' ..
thr MmuaoratM. al M repealingth on* who are dead. or who ere not Bean of Alt.nf> M Ml I MM.Mta / .?' 'I/1/ 1,01555 r."r
. antlri order known to be died PfcbWl lMrtM iOfiColJir wsm00: .ud1d l1aN W NdN Je"r:: "AI", B.H ia' '155II
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and. adoptn *fMrmarwul tfCTION pJoMMtl County lord, A.. R1 la5E ".,.,,, .. 'f' 1 ; 'f( ,
: k CoMUderalMn '" '- '" .005m'1IId ,.OMi hiu. .. I *NJ(.< I f.beibh 1'10 14 .. 0 I'
prod Mar price erdert TATE ROP til ATTSeirelery' aeoo. wian / 0. ts.t. P.pal/Id ..edAlp0N Noi }. '
.: far all arcs astirNs 'ar.N15INn COLLIER COUNTY W 0 REYNOLD '*** *"** 4 f *** tI pl5.MF1d.4NM Mon Ir1urnia11.p 'on..so' .. ie ..15r511p10 .1. 55'.' "<. flit M'
ef th* Fl''ria' Milk. CemmikCemiderat The wt lot ,.*. ef the WH .. leThi r':: t 0 1' t R lfiHltbtAl ,
the Nw ef the NWK ef Beard of 1 :lettr. 5"jy... ... IIIH l ii
.- SectionH I'bhoaInolrnlen Lfp N5 / I N n. L1 1117 A R..it
eo""' .....'''."... N5.1 1,010 whinoy Towneh.* II tout Rani IIhll4 Collier .C3"i :, Slob /G 511.4 TI N IIitN / M.5nn/1 rAa rH :A"B"4Ml.
Ida Chao.i If ch...... 'nIha leti .... North I eg fat there.EMimated NO ft II HM t:. r .s,, I/0,10/ I III .5551'1l5'ryn5a: ; : : : : ; :r

"'M rid : IN. Gm .. -- MAWT1M.., ; .':poll' .01IOIsp / ':/Pt.lan hi II INarNss.S rind tie > tia..'oom INn bi ,
..= ;: a r.WS stick h.., Value 1:111N : 'n11 ,hl.. .IlS ,'ar5urf 1105! 'i Ili Eu$0."t' nn :i .n So'n' Ia'A YN 1 ?

,Inl 504. mnrss6S"Ilen h M. Cam ANOCLO POEMIO andCATHERINE CALL THE NCHft FOR 111/1 A0I0m_ /15WIf/.551/1 11/. PV 1/01 ."5,51 ..Is.t 11,5., r/5 Nr Atsnir(
_._ 5//.O'oI' POIRIOhutkexd .II 1 airs./ { UN I Mlli ear / AND RF Jt
05500050 a15 RlRRfft HTAMP8Waterfront ,i,.< ".It ,M: ...LA.INt7Ut *4 .n a ift '11"n>* had 511 MARI
ana) wit.
7 en old dnosna155 :: ., h r 5 "
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all mattari relet ,. th. ler* vrktivhfad 514 .half "005150| .. '. ,. .WA> '" '" H..1t n\ roRt
ng > 4a.l0yd .. Saar/ ( "' 't'i* "' .
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other metier* rkat mth Hill Harbor Lane WlffWM'f' ...*<. .r. .' 10,1, : I' It. n 4 540r
go ng and f *jfulaJ lit ulHjr 1 I7i.A 1 >
I ; Comm'M.on' l |i> |'i"eM tnouWb Nap!*. INdaEUOSNE I4-H.lp W"t.cI Mal. I..lk ...<. .*.'. *" "**. '". L l: 5 5., f I*' W 'IH Mrmi .... Si'rt" 1.s., kflnf
contidared. and. delermin M POIRIO *. a1 M' W1 RAr LU ISsI t i' .1.1 f \'L rtinitl
ALL p1,.. ,MrMld I**. th* und..vieJed ana Half interajce Lot fLANINO a ,.At'" 1 {Mlr __
(ukiic. .r* ,'fiv led le attend and. Seaman s general f t*.very ;[ C till sal lC>Ol PH 'lJllF'RFAtTOtt l
.._, such 'levant. evidence anal. New 0....... Lemvono MAttO lliUNOE'EI..O''INT ,47-Hou. ro RenlAIINTALI r 555 4 M Arn
l.1.m55r a5 mar k* dM. ,red PARTIES TAKE NOTICE that a Peeler Seawall|| A Boat Slip 455: 'r 51 :. Hmm,,,.
WHO DESIRE: TO BE: HEARD t.an ef Tak.ng hen Mod Mlme 36-W.nt.J !. ivy I J inn p
ARE REQUESTED TO FILE NO above etyied sews.aOp15 b.bay Patit 200 Wid. Canal COHf-OBATIOM' PAlMfif HAUlS i.:

TICS OF INTENTION OF APPEAR >*nr the .. *). ofIIM
,.Q IN ADVANCE 0" THE NEAR ..ee_..>.! *f tha IN... oft"e Aquala" SK.rtt will/ .tfttonrk'** rW the ..la 15.511 a.asdlr100d AI1oc/ate _..no ....
F LIVESITTI AD above .Nr.b.d ..- Sir 1/lad M Vmas ujiid' nun
INO WITH S ....',... SIONIgOSm ArdIMtM1PY.etoINIyMN11NI0 -41 Na.i*. "r ipO1LK .. ,
... MMHf.fi .
MI"'IT..TOR FLORIDA MILK '- Ml forth n HW PetJtMH HIIh '.
COMMISSION' 715 SOUTH IRON ? .....* v'l Ai r''.gut III way $7500AITS.FOKHKNT f Htl ...N.0 Bya., 4,p.5r 1.4 tl'pi lpJd.. n .jj. Mn'."t 515Ijl ',.!.. POBfPf M/ (AIGFRv.
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0110" STREET TALLAHASSEE ''' a paxlen *f NaN iroed til N h ,
FLORIDA' C..... C......, Pla.da Asp MN '...., for ..,.,.... f..,. l.n.'I 2not
FLORIDA MILK COMMlMlOWr tl th* J.....*. OIl the c".... Court IIOA4 F;. MtlIlUDt: 4j'' fAOq "J.J.
E ROBERT LANGLEY V me TweftMi JadaN. C....... ef stoSs! otw peal ....505fI JI-AtIf" h leI.t U J W OrCNCt, RKALTOR ? r.-, i' ,,, 1.55 ; er'.+
VoCO Cha'...." '<..*. ...H't'' ef Be Realtor S ,. .''rq' 05 0. 55 1"'IIM
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Dec t1H4 >m camber TIN. at 1500) e CNtS MM :? lj"Jlf... T7l UMN .:
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OIl paoad"I.s sod Dan,N-. OIl : 11F TOP ri'r1t o0/1r .PI :;.05... :. r,1..4., /# AIK BECK I I'f :: .,'

sand, '.Peal 5050p500 aand ...... .......... and uSA'r ;; ;. ---rr ,
mats. _.. 51451 e* rfc* Cwrl deamiD'ap 1.3. n .t .. AI,. ...., .,.. RI 'J. u"S'It"'L":
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Ntplx, FU., Sunday, D. .mb.r 6, IM 4 mokalee given to the Ail-Around Equipment, western Auto Store,
;; Immokalee Youth Plan Cowboy To compete for All. Fred's Grocery Wayne's Sin
Arouad Cowboy, the contestant clair Service,and Presley Res.tewrant. .
must enter at leest three events .
Everglades Chamber DirectorsTo .-alt of which two must be hard stock. t

Name Officers Wednesday Ifl. Junior Rodeo- Jan 1-2 at Jan.There 10 2nd.o'clock will Any Saturday business be a rodeo man morning parade wish. RENEW MMRSLICENSE YOUR I

By MRS. WALTER GARRETT entry blanks must be signed by lilt to enter the parade can do so
lORTH
DURIHC YOUR
-- l directors of the Everglades .. ;
EVERGLADES Nswly-.Iscad 1MMOKA13R..Immokalee'e the principal of the school at. by paying a$8 entry t. He may
Chamber of Commerce will meet at City Hill youth will hold the Immokal tended by the entrant and must enter a float, a truck or a car. MONTH
Wednesday. at 8 p.m. to choose officers for the coming 4 Il Junior Rodeo at the rodeo[roundsJanuary bear the notarised signatures of A rodeo square dance will be'
year.A t { 1 and 2. it will be the participant's parents. held Friday night. January 1,
president one or more vice-presidents and a trea- sponsored by the ImmokalssSad. All entries must be in the hands It a p.m'It the Ira priest Wafer,
surer will be chosen from among the directors. The die Club and co-sponsorstf by of Mrs. Jackie Roberts, P. O. melon Shed on the New Market
secretary Mrs. Birdie Garrstt Is expected to he re- the Immokalee High School and Boa 881, Imrookalee, DO later hoed with Dillon Thoreau Band
for the The La Belle High School. than noon on December 15th. furnishing the music. 1 SUN.
employed coming year. faN SUNtSN
Outgoing officers are president Mrs. Billie U. Smith The events and entry(MS are A silver belt buckle will be Local merchants already con 'I.I
bull riding$1.00, bareback bronc given as first prise in'aclltvent trlbutlng prltes ares The Bank Silver
second \ resident
first Women vlce-p
vice-president Raymond King
riding, $1.00; caU roping,$1.00 Second price winners will of Everglades, Immokalee Gas
Don Rlndy. and treasurer Ronald Warden. Y steer decorating, $2.00 a team be given s $10 gift certificate Service, Frontier Shop, Alene'sRestaurant (aceN..N l
k ;
At the recent annual I meeting six Incumbents and three wild cow milking $2.00 a team; from a local merchant. Third Shuman's, Daub's MODERN, SAFE, FAST
new directors were elected. New faces on the hoard are PUTTING ZIP IN SUBWAYS fly mid-1965, the first fully and girls cloverleaf barrel race price winners will be given a Dry Goods, Immokalee Standard FISHING CRUISER
R. Lamar Thompson Maurice "Rocky" VveuiMsln, and air-conditioned rapid transit fleet in the United suites will $1.00 $5 gift certificate trom a local Service, Bettys' Beauty Shop, MII-USt or Mil-Un
Chris Gehring. Returned to their seats were Wooten be on the tracks of New York's Port Authority Trans-ilud' This rodeo Is open to all youth, merchant. Dot and Bill Morrison, Circlew Cecil Lamb ,-
Mrs. Smith, Warden Rlndy Alex Tasetano and H.E. son system Artist's drawing above shows exterior of one 18 years of age and under, who There will also be a gift certificate Restaurant,Family Shoe Store, Capt. )
Smith. The! one-year terms begin January 1. of the new car are enrolled In school. The good In any store in 1m. Fendarvts Brothers, Heavy 71111.








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Celebrating 23rd BirthdayLocal YEARS SERVICE 2 3 TO THE NATION



there are thousands like them k01941 lee40i
Unit across the nation. As CM ;
celebrates its 23rd amlverMrv. >

Proud Of Its Civil Air Patrol numbers 1 1t
82,000 members men
women and teen-age youth.The J
Civic RecordMembers latter boys and girls rangingin
age from 14 to 18 years, ,
of the Naples Civil are enrolled In the GAP cade
Air Patrol Squadron re observing remanparticipaeactivelyin -
the 33rd anniversary of CAP'S aerospace education
CAP this week(Dec.17),along .A program. CAP membersIn
with CAP organisations the senior program operate
throughout the nadon. some 4.900 light aircraft, all
An official civilian auxiliary but 825 of them privately owned -
t
of the United States Air Force Q in flying search and rescue
the Civil Air Patrol was found-
ed in 1941 by a band of air r 7'I
minded Individuals who volun I
teered their services and their
privately owned aircraft to pa- r 'L
trol America's coastlines ana i1f i

borders. Throughout the years rM
of World War U CAP pilots CAPT. BOB ARICK A
flew 24 million miles on antisubmarine Commander, Naples
patrol and thousandsof CAP Squadron I t
miles on courier missions
for the Armed Forces.
Today CAP carries on the members who are always available '
work begun by those pioneers to fly when there's a mission -
flying search and rescue mis- or patrol. They're avail
slons throughout the nation cooperating able to teach the cadet classes 1 Naples CAP Cadet Color Guard "
with Civil Defense when needed or to pitch In and k
agencies at all levels of city help with a community project. -
county, state and federal gov- And there are the cadets who missions mercy missions and hours working. Then hours The Cadets have had a new
ernment in national emergency always furnish a local CAP training exercises In support were spent In flying the Sun command this past year Vance -
training. and flying mercy color guard for Naples parades of Civil Defense Other mem down Patrol communications Rimes and their former commandant WINNERS of Eastern Air Unea diploma covering
missions in relief of people for football games, work hers operate a 14,500 station practice missions and orientation Lt. Bob Pearman J \\reksofatewiirdeMschoolat Miami were Nancy
and communities stricken by with Civil Defense Communications radio communications network, flights work panics and moved to Group 8 as Cadet .Fisher left and Michele Hearth
floods hurricanes or other natural when needed, and help while still others operate and community projects missionsand activity director! the Naples
disasters. with parking of cars at swamp k maintain a fleet of 4,500 surface Civil Defense work. In addition adjutant Capt. Joyce Ferrtn,
buggy races. vehicles of all types In logistical Naples had one cadet moved to Group 8 as adjutant! iliM>t
KmVATEYOUTH CADET MAJOR Jay Spencer. S*. and administrative Major Cadet Jay Spencer selected Col. George Wall moved from
Its SAME EVERYWHEREThese lected by Wing Special Activity support for bt t NtUJS
Constantly broadening CAP'S lying missions.In Foreign Exchange Group 8 commander to Wing.
Board for Foreign Exchange, he
public service role. Civil Air who as result spent six weeksIn
are the people who went to England and Scotland fore the past year here In Naples -
Patrol conducts a nationwide make up! CAP in Naples and weeks CAP has put In some,000 Europe this summer Cadets -
youth education program to motivate attended summer encamp-
*' *' *'
youth toward preparingfor ment at Tyndall Air Force Base SECTION B N." ... FU,, $*J.,. 0..... a, IH4
the specialized and highly .lv A .--
technical world of the space : _

era.Here In Naples, the anniver- ,

sary means the end of another _-
year which has seen lives and

property saved by the work of -. -- -
CAP members. It marks the 'e
close of another year toward
helping cadets to a greater
understanding of aviation and
aerospace education. take
What makes Naples CAP go? .
It Is people like Capt. Bob
Mick, commander who conducts t
the weekly organization t a closer look i
meetings supervises all Its 1 p r
work, journeys all over the
state for meetings and yetIs y lrr.
able to support a wife and at the new
family and conduct a hardware

Earl business.Hodges, second in com- 4 ', '
mand to Capt. Arick, spends West Brookside
many hours planning the swamp
buggy parade as well as operating t
a business George Spencer ___ '

operations officer who COMMANDANT VANCE RIMES. Naples Cadets Instructing Major Village
heads the missions looking for -
Jay Spencer for orientation flights
lost or injured people or delivering rrsY'JUST
Important messages (especially (Vox* <*
during hunting season)!
Capt.Harold Glazer, transportation -
officer who had headed MINUTES fROM DOWNTOWN NAiW.11 .
parking cars for swamp buggy
races and takes care of all
CAP vehicles.
-
Add to these CAP memberslike /:
Vance Rimes, who com-
mands the local cadet unit,
meeting with them working with
them, directing
dudes f
them. boys and "
girls from 14 to 18. r
There's Major Jay Spencer
a local cadet who Is planning '
a cadet bivouac the week after
tf
Christmas for some hundred
cadets from various parts of
the states Dr. Bruce Boynton,
the medical officer Rev. Led-
its Dirge our CAP chaplalni
Jerry Capuano, supply officer .111
Jim DeVogt adjutant Hazel, ,
his wife who sees that CAP i J
-
r
has refreshments when need- ; -; fp'1 WfH 1 1In a
; { !
Paul
edj Frank, flight safety f _.. I lll + _
officer Bubba FrankCMl '
fense officer Frank Me rill. :- -.J
CAP treasurer! CU Everhart,
the mechanic who keeps the NAPLES CADETS leaving' for Tyndall AFR for summer encampment.The .
planes flying and Inspected. spend 2 weeks living on base, participating in drills and classes
Then there are the other and thing as aervleemen.Congratulations.




To CAP From LBJ


Since the earliest periods 11IIur\
nation's history, our uti/rnv\ hj \1' S Nr' the new We..l Hrookulde. Village are old. Visit the' new model homesIn

1, formed vigilance committees fur IIr' you'll find oufntanding waterfront Weal Mrookaidr today! A 8100

reason or another Such comn,itt, r honimitr for 83550.: : UIOOM* from deponh will hold' your lot while you
many years ago: served the purprof ,
keeping order or punishing nil' eleven iliftVrrnl( floor plan. (which compare. If you clioou one of the

when ordinary law enforcement .ag< ran IN alat'N'llo jour "|Nrifir nerd.) model. homes' already erected, you

des failed to do so. Wcat Hrookslilr 'homes 'begin at8B,9.1 could move In Immediately with a

Today I consider Net h "iw of/ s (), Including many features very low down payment.
r vigilante but in a 01111111'\.1\|/ h. ,' -
able and useful sense! 'Ict'th.!, i iA normally considered extras. Don't delay see the new West

.r Patrol's Inceptloi ,i n ng it.! ,", There are only 26 lot left. Don't wait Hrookiide Village on the Inland
milt :ant years of W rli i VXar 1 I'
members have until the prime residential loratione. waterway just minute.* from downtown
mault.rC: : avigU < "
that has given \nH'r" ana I' Naples by boat or auto!

sense of security Tfsaw. ik

ful feeling and ye ov e j'' u .t i II *
COLONEL Joe L. MaMa, WAf, ?1iiWe4t
ague national commander of gratitude for making it pc-sibic.
Civil Air Patrol, is a eomaiaad
pilot wWI store this 1,000 flying Please accept my best lsh,"'
hows He tea a dUttnoUtted many more years jf usrfil .... : brookside village
ear reeertf sad has wee no* *f
tee to our nation.LYNOOV .
tttioB's aicfceat air Senor L



B. JOHHhO.N J MODEl HOMES OPEN DAILY MOM 9 A.M. AW OH SUNDAY MOM 1 FJW. TO 5 fM.CAP .

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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.r! fl., Sunday. Dtc mbw 6, l44 LOATEO AWAY
BALDWIN, N.Y. AP) The,
EGLER'S 1" of the
announcement
sentence *o he could accept the 4 .fy,.(Ids if cloains of he Brooklyn impending\.\ \

Pity Plight Of Army' call. 1APPOINTMENT Yard produced the newspapu,
But when ho showed up at the / headline "Navy Yard host "
T W HAZEL ABR AH AMBONBROOKHDB l
Induction station Thursday the ORNER
!lilt 10 which one newsstandcusiont';
Patrick He
Poor Army Patrick discovered W. Richardson.he wee the . . . . . . . ., .. responded aloud
wrong "You mean they can't CM-'.
Was Wrong Pat The Army was kind, however. + find the damn thing"CALLING
R furnished the wrong Patrick ( ),
with a $1.25 bus ticket to Santa I J

skier LOS the ANGELES plight of(AP Patrick) Con-W. Ana. That's near Orange Calif., BOWL Waggoner of the FlrtDapt. Cleaners _it. ALLHOMEMAIERS

where he lives. Several t..... have already a 1M loner Gary Bowen ,
Klrhr n, 21 and ripe for + +
Aim I Sill v\l'e\ : turned In their entry blank for Hub Rasa 185, Everett Eager a
and Leon Snyder 51$. reporter one again found
draft the 4tb annual Christina Fun
owed his
1. Having' re<
Hardware took three from line when she rolled game* By E. L. EDMUNDS
his with Tournament. This la a tournament
nutlet he
job.
quit
alowrost Fire Dept., Rice's Clippers 179, 192 and 188 and a 559 LET'S TALK ABOUT
2. He sold his car valued for women only,sponsoredby
the Women's Association of three from Btbee's to take honors In the R*. "COLOR SCHEMES"
$700 for $300.
3. lie atrepted partlflf 1 flit Naples. The tournament will beheld Brunk MlUr Insurance league.Women' Friday morn. Popular iul
from (h tends. Saturday, December 12, at from Naples Floor Margaret Simpson _
AD ors in upholitered
WANT Brookslde games of 18S 164 and 197
Bowl ,
four from
with a Brookslde Bowl with squads bowl.
4. lit' arranged; Judge
to( Hixix high lure
honors draper-H
three from Gulf Coast game with a 215
at
Entry blanks are available
and the Rolling Stones and ended with a 520 set. PoUy and floor coy
Pin.
Lanes and Brooks tde Bowl.
If your team cannot bowl, get Standard Split two and two. rolled a nice 145 game, .liL' erintrs changi
Nour
Turner 172.450. Mae
together a team. Any bowler If from time to.
after a low start
The Agency With ferionil' Service eligible u long u she belonn + + + a 194 third Eloulse cam time just the
to LB.C. Entry blanks must came. i A Edmundssame
I \ be December llth. Six 500 series were 165.468 Angle Salmon .
In by Midnight : ai they do in worn.en'
I the Palmetto League and Jo PoweU 165. ROB '
converted the 5.7 split fashions.
+ + + night with Shirley Johnson "
"
A d.p.ndebl..g nc responsible u she rolled game of 202 last place Vice-presidents .:. "" You might be Interested
for protecting you your Charlie Rice did It agaln..an. 201 and a 549. Juanlta it three over the Diplomats, .... ," ,: .' in knowing that a recent
fa,"" horn and budiMH other BOO set. Bowling with his mad a 52S using games of Senator. three over the ;yt"1 'itl nationwide survey at the
,.sIn.t every Inwribl threat I. P.'., and the Dark Horses { f
own Rice' Clippers he shot 161 and 162, Edna Simpson ..,. furniture marl in Chicago
of 1 IOM through I planned
program all four from the Little De.
..f protection guaranteed games of 220, 185 and 211 for a In with a197.522kazel .. shows that golds and yellows -
by companies. ef unquestioned nice 816, and led the league acne 515 without a 200 of GeortreV. Schwench. shown are the No. 1 bestseller
financial strength Carroll Arnold of the Sunshine Eva Hogue a 508 with a
PINE LANES as sales manager of nutenberg Homes has been now In upholstered
Hardware team scored a 582 game of 180, and Bette Trail Bowlers League announced by Maurice J. Hillmyer, vice president furniture, followed by olIves .
519 with
a
a high of
of 181 183 and 218. game
using Buck Perry games turned,In a 560 set Incidentally this Is the night saw some pretty of Rutenberg. Born in Columbus, Ohio, Schwenchis greens, blues, turquoise .

with a 197 game Marvin Lemas.ter league game Bette ha*ever bowling with Jack Hatcher a graduate of Brown University with business orange and pump.
a 190.543, Earl Campbell ed, and the first 500 series in front u he scored a 626 experience at New York Times, Eton Publishing kin.

IKUIMU AMKI, III.GK. 211.1157. Norm Turner 201.S17' hu ever scored Laura .. using games of 219, 213 Corporation and Time. Inc. A former real estate But you must start some,

Harry Clouser 223.571, Bud was rolling well and .194.. Everett Baldwin with broker in Ft. Lauderdale Fla. (from 1946 to place. In a living room It
of 200 and 205 tallied
Cross 204.508, Hill Overhulti games of 179.179 and a 1957)), Schwench lives in The Moorings with his is best to start either with
Helen Henson hit a 175
.. 522, Charlie Salmon 627, Paul wife two sons and a daughter. your floor covering 01
J.SION Panlplnto for a 579, Tom Abbott a
Mason 217.502 Gene Mann 511 Glnny 114-471 .
elt.. rierUa Glenn Llles a 531 set, your sofa or sections), and
George Weaver 527, Tex Mills bacher Armbrust 170472 185-476 and; and a 493.Bel Buacem1242.553MIke Pike ...rv ....a..la.1.0', .. ,. ., w +arousasaraa.r GsLaYi3 work out your color
201, and Art Allen ZOO-BU. John
Ray Lighting took all four of 222 and 175 and a f scheme from there. You

Tropics Drive-Inn, John's Greenle Eaton 204.518, Wes Naples can also select your wall
p log four from Corwin 517, Charlie Petty 513, Tips On colon first and then pick

Food Bank three from Lawhon 190.522 and Glenn I J Flotilla, the rest of your furniture
Fair, and G. Luff Realty and 186.531. Paul Schmidt and
hsrmontit
furnishings to
MOTOROLA a 210 loner, Frank Davis Boating USCGAA -
Wilson Walker 199, John j with your willi.
195 and Dale Griffith 171. Some decorators! prefer

IIo ) '. Construction won all kink In a piece of line when statistics to Indicate the proper neutral colors for sofas 01sectionals'
from King Insurance,Shan. put under strain will surely de. size line to be used for your which enable
Is Home Supply took three from Cray. stroy Us value. Shake kinks out particular purpose and to usea them to use a great deal

.the'X' Cove Laundry. Daley Dls. 5 and they're more trouble smaller line or lesser qua. of color in chairs and ac.tellorl. .
made it three over Fur. some when they are wet and Illy is folly. ...

Co1or/6 Of Bock while* Fair Reahard, Tamlaml Service Tire won filled with salt water. Some Inspect your lines often, check Please feel free to lei
was knots have the lame effect a* a them for damage and an old
us help with of
By LOYAL GOULD one, and Schmidt Realtor sharp kink and may take 40 to trick to lengthen the life of an you any
MUNICH, Germany (AP) Pine Lane split two and two. 50 percent out of a rope's ef. anchor line where most of the your "color" problems.

One Munich's most famed ficiency. A good splice may wear comes on one end, is to FURNITURE FAIR
marks the llofbrauhius + + + allow a rope to retain 85 per. turn the line end for end occa. No. Trail st Seagate Dr.

celebrates its 375th cent of its original strength. slonally MI 2-3817 Naples, Fla.I .
John Stull took
this year. scoring Keep your rope clean by hos..
Thinks to Duke Wilhelm in Nick's Liquors Classic trig It down gently with freshwater
the Bavaria, the Thursday night u he and allowing it to dry I
new generation medieval inn ha* been in the maples for games of thoroughly.Rope .
perpetual fountain of 231 and 210 and a great should always be stowed There's Nothing Like It In Naples .
brewed beer since "Old 687. John 1* already a mem. in a dry place where it will
of Color TV Will!" as he'I known of the 700 club but would not be exposed to excessive heator

put up the tavern in to have hit It again. Carl moisture. Good ventilationmust

Today, is in the pail, on game of 221.208. be provided In rope lock. VPiI1aereeii
c from Germany and abroad turned in a 626 set to be ere

a path to its door for in the league Tn Kaver. Chafe and abrasion are rope'
charm served up with pint without a 200 tallied a 581 enemies. When riding at anchor

;t : fu11-screen rl'i: ; of golden-brown beer Al Hajek at 553, Jack Hatch.for long periods It is wise to "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN ftETTER"
y new eltht'il a time.by the 217.568, Jim Brandon 209. "freshen the nlo" by paying outa
k .ctangula look haul* huaom waitresses.} Gus Seaberg 217.544, little line to bring the chafe

.._-,,',...Id.. Celer/SI: ,Pp- 1' r' Meferela'l. hew I Metesohawho nctenfularluba .'. _Pw .. 'I ''Ir'll' then Duke Stafford 200.201.582, and of chicks at another place. Select A New Community of Cooperative

k ,dews. .la rectangular,tuH.bi''e. w than..to."ova...,.aaloi lutaM aaeabrneta t discovered he really Tope 234.565. Everett Bald. the right size block or chock Garden for Adults
a natural. M.PLIIMIM leeetet aia eHm and kirn." They NOT lire for local I brews, shot a 202 single,Glenn Llles for the line to be used, thus Apartments
J : mevlei. Ordinary' nand lube M.loest. N e" wee Sun s a k instead a stronger variety Stu Cunningham 220,and Bud excessive friction.
i eetet TV aata have a picture which @! ..,..,aaatlbia with I largeeeree THIS avoiding Only-Prices Start at $7,200
b enullo ana'....ended el at *Cekx TV Mia in the little town of Elnbeck 203. Rope Is treated by the manu.
!hi.MnMa tween Hannover and facturer to lubricate Its inter
I tesd w w sae wfull For ressons of stste f -ff nal fibers and should not be

rejected suggestions that oiled or otherwise attempted to
kidnap the brewmastor a Cities Service and be Improved upon by the con. INSPECT THE MODEL ONE UD-

t year l"'l oo,. hnd-wlredf k called Master Pongras National Bank each won timer. ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM
Gelsenfeld, or demand that points from theiropponents There are tables and other
gutrtnttaMenureolurar. .r', ,, power \1 nuns hand him over. '. Roofing and Robin' APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE .

a fun yiehange transformer Instead, he caked for the *. Jones Radio and TV,ook SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET
h
: ; er=: el.::aeerevan "'_."' 'cha..l. of Pongrsi ind simply three from Blrl.y'*TV.Hat. 'DRINKING' ORANGE TREES
..IOCI,.'In normal .... A."n.de..u.h to return him after he had Construction three from GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) OPEN DAILY 10 A M TO NOON -
we ......e.te Arl Hit luau SI' Pewerful.eheula la erecWeri cranes'wkk come skilled in brewing Orange trees love wiser ss well
.... B Builders, and Plttman' I TO
tkv enennel. .hirnng. have U'_.N dug lube Prod e hand *1 ie aaMMlnf 4PH
meae 174 M I Ir e4ctura. .vlawlng vaa. tot aktuH lannacNona N) Meh'...oblllty.j strong variety of North Home and Fuller Indus. is duiks do.
beer will! liked. ended the evening all even Plant physiologists at the
To honor the town where Florida Agricultural) Experiment

had first tasted It, Willl + + + Station found that a healthy 15- I rid 444oaated
hit favorite blend Emheck yesr-oldorsnge tree weighs 1,000 ;

.*.L .. With limehi subjects, who error In reporting the high pounds and half the weight is Realtors
I t took a hankering to it, of the Men' Church League wster.

r---' i low down payment the prefl Bin, and settled Tuesday night was made A 15-year-old tree can produce SALES REPRESENTATIVES
(\'i : the name Hock Beer, a term column earlier this week 500 pounds of fruit s yearend
'r>;' :\'r many months to pay., plied the world over to Zwlcker actually took scor. Ihe fruit is 80 per cent wster. 305 5th Av*., South MI 2-2124
strong brews usually served honors. However, his scores The scientists reported each
'9 If you've thought you couldn't to mark seasonal! changes of not available. We are sorry citrus tree "drinks" 30 to 50 OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER
\'i a :, I I afford! a color TV art think .geln'I IJ yet. for this error. gallons of 'wiser I day.

k "It _. Chances: are your old bl.ck..nd. k -
white get will be the only down
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of tomorrow oday. ..
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1
r C::: ,; I Get Motorola Color/65 .4iwc
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well bo to glvo aw \\1 _
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r M.dducxsu4 personsidemonstratlonoftwOwset i per pay $25

even, the new genentton of.color I I 1 I I N $1.00 por wok pays in 50 weeks $50 JX
: TV MU. Com In lOOn.t.
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I-: EARLY IBm -SHO'ERS "

Teen-Agers in a Huff

'K/to lorry People ItiiA" PEC'Als1LAWN
Are a Highway Menace .tti
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Young People Aren't That Hungry for High Powered CarsBy OMkH Youth Service who made top score on the test, & GARDEN

M u angry yotsng man be only two per cent were rated u &
MM! tilt wheel of his car, and Mbto. to handle. Mtelr hostilities.
EUGENE GILBERT WEplfNaR yt.*v.* got a potential highwaywaace. But in the bottom group of & SUPPLIES MAKE NICE
President, Gilbert Youth if .
scorers, 10 per cent receivedan
Research, tec. T h I < correlation between, unsatisfactory emotional ft *

Most yomtettrs hIVe very N -.odIlnd driver ablllt came to rating. *
definite oplatons about what the f Q !Ufht In shriving" the" results of In the field of social ability, CHRISTMAS GIFTS

like and don't Ilk, In mod.rnautomobiles. Mi film given 50,000 driver almost three out of liar top Electric Trimmfr and Edqer
education students. The 50-ltem scorer In the teat were rated Flower Shears
And while it per cent of them test, which ,-overed questions on as excellent. But In the bottom (They hold the bloom at they cuts *

prefer ports can, many feel safety rule and car knowledge, group) only one out of six earned SOIL TESTERS
thai the manufacturers build too as well aa psychological situations this accolade. BIRD FEEDERS

much raw power Into their product h4L\ revealed some frightening The test was devised by Dr. DO IT YOURSELF WATERFALL KITS t-W
*. This .ry Cc' \ evidence.
somewhat surprising v v Leo tlebermaa. of Suffolk
FLOWER DRYING MATERIALSAIR
view developed from a surveyof r Teen-agers who didn't know University, who feel it helps
1188 teen-agers. Fifteen percent ? how to handle t car on a curve, Identify drivers who are likelyto LAYERING KITS
of those questioned own c iiir and weren't knowledgeable about be accident-prone, and set up ii GARDEN CARTS
their own cars, 47 per cent drive braking distances usually were preventive/ measure* to help RAIN GAUGES *
frequently, and many of the __ drivers who couldn't control them remedy the error of their WHEEL BARROWS!
others ttrlve occasionally. Ulll angr\ moods did poorly In way. I POTTED PLANTS Ift
The managing emotion tensions and
viewpoint of those favor ,
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sing autos with slower speed r didn't get along well with other Gilbert Youth OUR CONTAINER GROWN ROSE

I was typified by the comment of r 1 people. How does t youngster feel FORTUNIANA BUSHES CAN BE &
18-year-old Wayne Tllley, of Ratings on motional) ability when he comes faee to face with
I I Lynchburg, Va., who said: "The were made by teachers In the a Juvenile court judge Is he SUCCESSFULLY PLANTED ANYTIME ft
I high performance engines are schools, who worked Independently ashamed of his misdemeanor, &
I for strips and raceways, not I of the driver test But with antagonlstlc.afraldT The answers XMAS TREES \
i highways" Jerry Tegarden. unfailing regularity, the correlation to this question will be researched I SPRUCE OR SCOTCH PINE
i of Everett, Wash, said modern appeared Of the ..tud.nt.p In a one year study of ftft
I ASK FOR OUR
cars "have too much potential Judge-boy relationships launchedby
: for speed and breaking the law." the National Council of ] FLORIDA GARDEN GUIDE ftft
Another 16-year-old. Phil i Juvenile Court Judges Intensive ;!.
i Carson, of Beaver Falls, Pa., research will be done In (two J}
I said: "High speeds of today's ....- r Juvenile courts In the Chicago I LET'S GROW TOGETHER ftft

. cars urge people, especially era Collaborating with the QUALITY PERSONAL SERVICE
teenagers, to see how fast they Council la the Northwestern J
: can (o. This Is the cause of the Instrument panels" N I k Ohio, came this suggestion) of Oceanside, N.Y., thought can MM. .HIMI muds.1 It* eel btri M University Law and SocialScience ;!
should be extra factory were "becoming less expensiveand rte Cjlhloi MIIMIMI MtuiMii' Mnw 4
! many deaths" Loffreda, 17, of Des Moines, checking Program. J !
Many of the girls questioned Iowa, wanted "more safety devices of each car before It Is easier to handle"of .LEADER OP THE PACK, -

had the same feeling about autos, better-padded dash- realeased." Noami I Bueh, 16, A 11.year.oldMarllynSlre.t, Sh BABY ngtl-Loi: LOVE, Supremes Cased students from Berea A itft

Asked what the worst fault of boards." A resident of New York Beaver Falls, Pa., admitted that of San Pablo, Calif., put It succinctly RINGO, Greene College, Ky., have been volun- OFF
City, II old Frank Asclone "ears wouldn't need much 1m- COME A LITTLE BIT -. .J!. _
present-day cars Is, Joyce -year- : "Present-day car are tearing their time to serve aa !
Morlshlta called for "stronger car bodieswith provement If the drivers were CLOSER Joy & AmericanaSHE'S Appalachian Volunteer. jj STREET ?
IS, of San Francisco, nicer looking Margaret Shea, They
Improved but added that NOT THERE.Zenklei .
had a terse replyi "Too much heavier metal" "cars 17, of Cambridge, Mass., liked help I refurbish dilapidated I PARKING ftft
could be built stronger to hold
horse-power." Lisa Erdberg, IT, An i6-year-old Norwood, up the fart that there were "more YOU REALLY GOT M !, schools *o a better public .du a. A
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In cate of serious accidents.
of Oklahoma City, also said: Mass, girl Louise M. Babel, styles than ever before and Kinks I lion can be provided In 1964 a K AT OUR FRONT DOOR Qt

"Too much power," then added: thought "roofs should be a little On the plus side, 17-yesr-old modern ronvenlenres."And Katie MR.LAST LONELY KISS. Vinten Widen & total of 780 day of labor was *
"There are so many convenlences higher or seats a little lower." Bob Vernon of Oklahoma City Martin, 17, of Decatur, III., was Cevellers' donated by students from Pan, !j
you are practically Mary Fran Codings, II, of said: "Probably the best features pleased with "things such as seatbelts TIME IS ON MY SIDE who to dale have worked on 31 tI: 467 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH MI 2-2840
lulled to sleep." Wilmington, Del., said: "Cars are those mechanisms which and turn signal designed Relllng Stenes schools<< Moat of the college students lit: ,
What specific Improvement should have longer sun visors ease driving fatigue and make to lessen the opportunities for Henercemki HAVE I THE RIGHT themselves live In this J 1'r. :P.tr. : .tr..tr. : : ..tr.Jr..J
did they suggest? Mike Bukula, and less glass. Windows that are ,driving easier, such as power accident" Appalachian area
17, of Los Angeles, said: "Con too make It hot" .. .
big From Susan
1 brakes, air conditioning and' - -- --- -- --
stant throttle control gauges In Butterfleld, H! of Columbus, :I heat." Bruce DeGlovannl, 18,



DJ's Jumping Studio Fences


Gilbert Youth Service
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The voice of the disc Jockey
forever heard In the land, on the
sea, In the car, and In the e
recreation room, is an Insistent 1I
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It may be warm, folksy
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type-yelping and moaning, glv. r FAMILY
log forth teen-ae wisecracks r i

But whatever the DJ style, the _
voice Is compelling, and tremen.
dously Influential. I II I' I '
DJs are strong personalitiesin e
the complex world of record

promotion. They play the top 10,
and help create the top 10.
More than that, many of them SAVE A BIG:
have moved out of the studio Into
the teen world. They want to present
unique Images. Tohnu ltalllda' II work
They embark on a series of
"In persons" Em-ceelng record
he says "They want to be'which had folded for lack of
hops Is a favorite, Johnny
recognized So I list mOM>.
get a ahead
who has
Halliday, the two to sli
of time of the big wheels During Now WINS: has
p.m. spot ale days a week at put togetherthe
WINS, spends evenings at hops a break I call them by name, and WINS WINNERS: which will
IB the metropolitan area, taking let them nave the spotlight Or oo likewise with farultv team of
a couple of recording stars In If we take along female entertainers area nigh schools Ir (oniectli, i
tow to lip-sing while their records the guys at the dance Long )Island and yew terse
are being played have a chance to.eut In on them Disc Jockeys In other part of 1 iu ,
His presentation at these hops during one number." the country find other Involvement
'I* not as spontaneous as It Sports is another way to reach In teenage activities, Bob
sounds Johnny who at 14 has teenagers, and personalise the Eubank of KB I.A In I Ins Angela i
years of successful J PJ eq>erl- station, Johnny belli..... In has opened a flock of leer nightclubs
cure behind him In Miami and Cleveland Johnny staged a station where liquor I* banned.
Cleveland has worked out Ms versus faculty basketball Art Pall In at Station JC1>KA la I I II
own technique. series to earn fund to restorea Pittsburgh urged tee: .aren tc:
"Kids want to be talked to" high school basketball tam help retarded children





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Pf<5$ STAYED AT THE TOO PAIR LONG eecretary ink them checked Wallace records White, and fair'I County Realty Dips To $388,600 I

found the pies were aold to ,
HUTCHINSON, Kan (AP) Leonard Drumrighi of Harper I 4w ,
Personnel 1 of the Kansas Stele Kan County real eetate transactions values taken from tax stamps Gardens, Inc., to John and
Fur found a rail forgetful farmer. DrumriBht, much embarraaaed for the Brit week la December Included the'following Pauline A. Main, Jr., Naples,
dipped slightly below average, First National Bank of South Lot 5, Blk D Unit 2
Thirty-five pigs bought it an said he Sorrento
bought a number of
pip total of M8COO.. Miami, Tr., to Joseph R. and Gardens,
remained Mi> $2,200
eviction tt the fair at the awls and Just forgot the rea ( a ; Howard Dunlap
several day with no one claim laet 35. Sale of $1,000 or over with Marilyn F. Lynch, Naples, part to H. L. Vance, Naples, part
Lots 1.2 and 3, Blk 21, Tier Lot 56, Sunset Homes, $4,000.
-4, Naples, $18,800;; Naples Ven.
puree, Inc., to James T. and COUNTY { 4ems'
Theft S Mayfield, Naples, part Clifford Anderson, Tr., to
Our Lots 10, 11 and 12, Blk 9, Tier Alexander J.Walier.Tr.Miami,
8, Naples, $17,500; Elam R. Cle. parcel In Sec $1, Twp 48, Hie w
manta McCrath et al to Cecil 26, $",000; Seward Corp., to + 1I
H Garvin, Naples, part Lot. Francis a Karj, Oil City Pa.,
UndercoverAgents 13, 14, and 15, Blk 29, Tier parcel In Sec 12, Twp 49, Rge
"' 12, Naples, $12,000; William 28, $8,000; Seward Corp., to
Bracken to Pat R. and Amelia Anthony J and Martha Dorach, I
R. Caatenlr, Napier,Lot 3,Blk C,at al, Pittsburgh pa., parcel
Unit 2, Coquina Sands, $3,200-; In Sec 12, Twp tV,, Rge 25,
Allan C. Slade to Albert A. $16,000; Gabriel H. Luff to
Anderson and Allan C. Slade, Leonard and Mildred Doto,
Naples, part Lot. 5 and 6, Blk Deerfleld Beach, parcel In Sec JL
K. Unit 2, Coquina Sands, 12, Twp 50, Rge 31, $1,200;;
41500. Bernard H. Prltzker to Otto r l-A
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and Enny Hellemann. Cleveland.
PORT ROYAL Ohio, parcel In Sec 36, Twp
Port Royal, Inc., to T. 50, Rge 31, $3,000. r
Chalmers Curtis, Naples, Lot Fla. Investment Futures Co., cli e ., .d
61, Blk B Cutlass Cove, Port to Benjamin and Angelina Cln.
Royal, $1,000; Burger King Pro.pertlea quemanl, N. Babylon, N. Y., par.
to Marshall's Hamburgers .i. eel In Sec 23, Twp SO, Rje 34, '..
Inc., Miami, Lola 1 and $2,300; George W. Gill to Sal awe w K 'C .e
2, Blk D Lake Park$39,800; and Lena Varrl, Ft. Lauderdale, CO-OPERATIVE APARTMENT overlooking The Moorings golf course
Orange Blossom Realty Corp.,to parcel In Sec 25, Twp 50, Rfe .
R.C.Colller Corp.MlamiLot 8 34, $2,000 The Miles Collier started Fl'ldaywith this giound-bseaking ceiomom) When completed,
and 9JBU D, Lake Park$38,700j Trusts to Marland, Inc., of the Wedge Wood Apartments on Wedge Drive! will consist of seven
Helghland[ Villa, Inc., to Herman Naples, parcel in Sec 3, Twp buildings housing 28 units at a cost of more than $.550000; Three!
and Gertrude Kretz, Naples, Lot 51, Rre 26, $30,900; Collier buildings of the complex will be built initially. Taking part in the
98, Blk I, Lakewood Park, Land Investment Corp., to Roy ground br'aking1.1'(' (from left) Louis Roth and Fred llamlin of
$1,900, ; Moorings Dev Co., to M, Shrelner, Jr., Charlotte, HoMiLi Construction Co : H. Milton Link president of The Moorings
Leona Shattuck, Long Island, N. C., parcel In Sec 26, Twp BenLiCo
; Development Co. Paul Benedum, president of Corp.. deVelopers -
;4'Cable N. Y., Lot 17, Blk M, Unit 2, 52, Rge 31, $1,900; Emma Bra., Jr.
of the project and James L. Cochiun Moorings sales
The Moorings, $6,300; NaplesDee. man to Addle W. Hardwick, WU.mlngton. .
Corp., to K*Contractors, N. C.. Darcel In Sec manager.
Naples, Lots 46 and 47, Blk IV 26, Twp 52, Age 33, $1,100;
\ River Park Eut$2,800 EdmundM. 19-52-33 Corp., to George and .. husband who Is receiving compensation eran's consent. Letters sent
Long to Lawrence R. and Olga Pancza, Milltown -
N. J., ? to the VA to be forwarded should
apllcen Olle Jacqueline M. Morgan, Naples, parcel In Sec 29, Twp 52, Re -1"
Renfroe, left, and Charles 1 Lot 41, Blk A, Conners Vander. 33, $1,200. A-The VA mayforwardmaUto be placed in an unsealed envelope -
Clark, right, at work splicing L veterans. However, the VA and mailed to the VA
bill Beach Est. Regional -
h Unit 1, $42,800. Collier Acres, Inc., to Jerry :
two 1818 italpath cables tOieh.r.OJ Fred White to E. F. and EdnaS. L. and Marie Couden, Orange, Is obligated to keep Information Office last known to have
Browning, Naples, Lot 4, Cypress N ,3'ls parcel In Sec 3, Twp 53, convening a veteran confidential handled the veteran's claim
Wood Estates, $11.500 ; $1.300 Emma lineman and an address may not
Fred M. McDonald to Josephand / to John and Buna J. Parkhurst, VLTRIUISCORNER[ be revealed without the vet Everyone Reade The NEWS
I Blow the huitle and bustle of Naples' Elizabeth Panzner, Akron, Jeolton, Tenn, parcel In Sec
bury streets, two cable ipllceri quietly Ohio! Lot 42 and E>/4 Lot 41, 28, Twp 82, Rp 34, $1,200;
of and linkingtogether efficiently perform their duties b' Blk 58, Unit 5, Naples Park, The South Coast Const., Co., EDITOR'S NOTEi Below are REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES
two 2100 pair $10,900 Eleanor Inc., to Oscar authoritative answers by the
J rabies In order to provide ; T. Johnson to C. Hartwlg,Forest
service' to another telephone Gilbert H Johnson, Naples, Lot Park, ni., parcel In Sec 2, Twp Veterans Administration to
of Naples When their work la expanding completed their area 29, Blk 1, Naples Twin Lakes, S3, Rge 32, $1,900 Tropical Fla. some of the many current ques Motels Residences
eo-workers above the ground will Instill new $1,000; Collier Dev. Corp., to Acres Inc., to Frelda H. Lee, dons from former servicemenand Rentals Acreage
service that will complete the final link In Robert R. Hay and VeraM. Melrose Park, m., parcel In their families information *
connecting new telephone to million. of other Frltchey, Miami, Lot 21, Sec 10, Twp 52, Rge 34, $2,300;; on veterans benefits .
telephones throughout the world by way of Blk 1, Newmarket Sub'd, $1,300; Tropical Fla. Acres, Inc., to may be obtained at any VA of* Cooperative apartments
Inter-wwuif'. long distance network /- Collier Dev. Corp., to Robert R. Maria Baldo, Broadview, HI., flee. Beach front property
Hay and Vera M. Frltchey, parcel In Sec 10, Twp 52, Rge
The next time you see the familiar orange / Miami, Lola 1, 2 and a, Blk 34, $2,300.WANT. ere PARTICULAR PROPERTY fog PARTICULAR PEOPLE
truck: and It'a near an open manhole, please N 36, Newmarket .. .
$1,100; Angelina. Q--My $5,000 U.S. Govern SPECIALIZING
b ireful where you walk. You Just might / H. IN NAPLES AND SURROUNDING AREAS
Gana Robert D andEloutseR.
step oINTERCOUNTY one of out undercover agenttt ment Life Insurance Is now paid .. .
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Cooper, Belle Glade, Lot 1, ",\: "'r
However wife has
up. Just ':
Blk 49, Newmarket, $13,400. I"" 1tt 111I my "CHCHCE(
died. I have over a thousand
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filbert
nn. H. Johnson to Joseph
J aid Rose Sotnogyl, Naples, ADS dollars In bills, and twice as lqt a PROPERTIEDyowu
plal/oie Lot 32, Blk C, Pine Ridge Sub'd, much Insurance as I need. CanI ,
tlY $2,200; B. M Sentell, at al., change my Insurance to meet
Telephone System P"1JeM to Edgar andPatrlclaCochran, this situation? ,
QS Manhattan, 111., Tract 34, Ridge A-Yes. You may borrow ,oJf ,
S) Farms Sub'd, $2,800; SorrentoI against your Insurance, or you ,
--- -- Q may cash In part of it, retaining 'I& KttffcENT
I the amount of protectionYOU *

beneficiary consider necessary.designation Your probably i W. ROY SMITH Realtor
RCA VICTOR should be revised ,
too.
I M tMTgmw J I Q-.What assistance can I 197 Fifth Avenue South' MI 2-217J

the VA give me in locating my "
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ENGINEERING WOMEN? wenft* felj t do
better aa entmoors if they didn'f
NEW YORK AP) Do women have primary responsibility for
And Travel But Found 'tI '*
make II Good Inain..rl M mm'? reproduction of the 'pec.... She wT
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In a survey conducted among The biggest,objection women
7 000 engineering$ graduates of engineers was this although they
Columbia University about half atari out a a dedicated career Couldn't NaplesBY i\
of those questioned add yea, engineers before long they run Forget
bout half said no.Ihoie foul of some man (usually in- v
I the affirm- other engineer) and from '
replying in then
on s'I
In pies or how much I
thin VICTORINE MURPHY Naples and are sojourning! really
alne said intelligence knowsno gal'a services are ususlls
sex and that ability Iran lost lo the engineering profew.um. Does sand ever get out of some distant romantic dime? loved It. I'm hawy to be bach E + ,
tends gender. However, the your shoes once you've left The answer Is no.It neverdoes.. and | am not Italy) to be off
And what about that mystek* on another cruUtru\ >.either.,
tout magnetism that draws ex* Becky's boutique< as I decided -
patriots back here year after < international Hair, yet .
Dt .dI4 .
year? both the merchandise as well & :x ,
Becky Strand, who had lived as the owner seem to be apart
In Naples for 14 years am)! tyf of the "new Naples.
been associated In buslnefl. "Naples Is a most sophisticated -
I here for a decade has the answer city," salt) Becky:That
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f to both questions, Is why' must meet the stan
With every intention of retr* darts of Palm Peach and East
Ing last year, Becky gold; put Coast titles" r
m'tis the be her Interests. In a specialty
season to jolly shop. Her life-long dream of THE UNUSUAL
visiting flr.lwlyplaceJ on lux* Becky1 tiouttque has little
ury cruises, was about to be caps from Pakistan scarves
realized. from India, zebra accessories
COULDN'T FORGET from Kenya and scores of gifts
Duflt didn't turn out that wayat from Mexico Italy and Spain.
e all. Becky did visit many Among the most unusual
distant lands in her sabbatical Items at Dee 'als the "Skim
year, but she never managedto mer." That'a a half sheath ?
get the sand out of he shoes. and half-Uly! affair that seems
L That Is why she is back again likely to cause a mild sensation -
In Naples this time as ownerof for leisure wear.
i an unusual boutique In the "Skimmers'come from
Chlumsky building on Third Mexico and are hand-tailored
Street South. and trimmed with appliques of

"There is definitely no place various kinds. Outside of Mexico NOSTALGIC MEMORIES of Naples brought Mrs. stat In this nation today Is
like Naples and I've visited they are practically unknown Becky Strand, right back to Naples from her making the progress in higher
.., many countries since I left and Decky believes they travels in other lands and here she has openeda education which Is being madeIn
here a year ago" she said. will prove as popular as the new boutique on Third Street, South in the Florida," Harrison said
"Although I had glorious time Lily, which originated Palm Chlumsky Building where she is using the knowledge I- "No stale is doing more In
i cruising around the world. I Beach several year ago. she gleaned abroad in selecting objects for planning for and seeking to pro.
feels her ride for Quality and quantity In
never for a moment forgot Na* Becky that year
sale Here she Is shown with Mrs.. Rette Price higher education" he said.
from wasn't a total
away Naples
j -:: BEGUN BY BRITON loss because by visiting distant who is opening a new shipment from Mexico. H* said year-round operation
ii. : & II '::1., J'R".1 '.,.- .,. .., '_. __ . KANSAS CITY. Mo. (AP) ...It lands she discovered the"unusual" (McGrath photo) of Mate universities, apace age
was in the Merrie England of .. .off-campus programs such as
WHEN YOU SPEND CHRISTMAS In this new Vernon IS4) that Sir Henry Cole decided; which she believes FICUS and GENESY5, and
Allen Home located on Wedge Drive adjacent to to distribute among his associates will create new fads on Flor. electronic learning aid were
form of Mass Southwest coast. Approval Given To Florida the most .
a special Christmas among Important recent
The 3 Bedrooms 2 baths
Moorings golf
course greeting and commissioned Becky Strand was affiliated developments in university
-- Central air conditioning and heating a noted London artist John C. with Mark. Fore and Strike planning.
llorsley to design what was to for many years and later became The board voted to refer a re.
Contort become the first Christmas CMd. a pan owper of Sports Regent Scholarship Program quest from the Florida Osteo.
Two of the three colored panel, and Specialties. oaihic Association to the midi.
illustrated the Christian virtue cal policy board of the University -
J JOHN WOOD REALTOR of feeding the hungry and clothing MIAMI (AP- The Board of the Mat between $300,000 and of Florida School of Medl.
the needy while the center Control approved today a Flor. 1400.000 year. nine Wallace Dunn of Ocala,
and associates I panel portrayed a fsmlfy at PET IOCTORyA.W.MUrP.VM. Ida recent scholarship program The board will ask the 1863 spokesman for the osteopaths,
Christmas dinner. which would pay college 'bitten Legislature to appropriate need asked that osteopathic doctors
Two of these original cards, and fee for need, high school .d funds. be allowed to refer patients for
Chuck" Grimm Walter Jessup Neil,| white John Vaughn one signed' and one unsigned students in the top ten per cent Bays Harrison Jr., board treatment to the university hos
are on display her among the of their class chairman from St. Petersburg, pital.At.
Soles Mgr 50.000 articles of greeting card a James Lawrence King Miami called today's meeting a slgnifl. present they may do so
630 fifth Ave., So. fh. MI 2-5339 memorabilia In the Hallmark board member, who presented cant step in Mat universities only in areas where there la not
Historical Collection. 0 the program, said scholarship development. It wit the last a medical doctor
would be offered to students scheduled for the 59-year-old
I wishing to attend accredited even-member board of control. luBENEw
Florida universities.Over a(our On Jan 1, a nlnewnember rouR -
year period the money would board of regents will assume ad. ec
vvW not exceed 2,900 lor each tu17Vog > ministration of the Mat unlver.( DRiVER'S LICENSE !
TOUR 'wBN

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HAW covld I nav* welded hId! With Them Cybernetics It The Flotiy Word The Experts Use For The

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HOW ABOUT THE STUNNING RESIDENCE on Craylon Itoad In the Moorings?
Help Mi' .animal' Try cevarlng. (his head
U It you'll find thru bedrooms, tw* tile bathe, a lire living room separatedining
with'' a coot, blnntol er oSor material
Thus, u,. a bell er rip of dom lamuule room a well equipped fcitrken with built-in) electric tote, an unusually spa
him. Dent phi him 'In clous porch and central .healing and air conditioning A special attraction la the
MIAMI BEACH/1713 LINCOLN ROAD MALL IT, LAUOEROALEI III L LAS OLAS BLVD. up your
arm. t ywi can vie a blanket" or coat II by 40' swimming pool Drapes and carpeting Ire included in the IK.OOO
,far a Mar,1 yo* tronipori Kim hi Mecor purchase price. I
ma lea" *rap.Mod I*. window
crank t* lIe ""ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST fural.ked apartment( In Naple in In the Kona
......... I eh e prevent fa Nib's lumpingoMdfee ...w Kai M Craylon1 Road The ..e....llte finishing are decorator'a Items, eoatlni !
attempt to ..., wllntourniquet e' approximately $10.009, sad) many et them. cin't be duplicated Offering owe bedrooms I
: uRSs *r pratwt Bandage, Any and two baths, the aparlmeat I I. located on the second floor, south and
I..|,,. yI of **\ but yew hrst ........... "M I* Eicepl tot a ftw .r Ih* .w..ert personal pomtulons, everything I I. Included In
yovrvtatety. the purchase ,tiff.

.... A REALLY CHARMING HOME I. the .*. on South Coif Drive overlooking
the golf course There are three bedrooms. with a liable dressing room off the :
'lIIrt..'* bedroom tee baths, a large living and. dining room combination, a generous :
sited screened perch with southern tipomrc and an cicellently appointed. kitchen
Th* house I I. centrally heated. and. air conditioned, and there I. aa abundance
.f storage and closet span IJI.Tte.

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I( Naples Great for the family Completely furnished. this residence of
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CBS *. pool There are a loge living? room, dining room, two amply proportioned
I HOLLAND bedrooms, a acreened-l patio. and front porch and a three ear carport Can be
SAILEY years for IIMIt. Including! e ..rt,.,* ., ppriimstely. ..,soe.

INC. ....A BROOKSIDB BEAUTY la the thrre bedroom, tw* bath horn on Harbor Lane,
which\ b I bpi >is lmm<,clt eondltloe" Furthermore, It can b. bought. for only 1
CORAL SABLES, aso MIRACLE MILl MIAMI IUCH.n LINCOLN ROAD MALL .ft.ro.t 1.140 cash above e mortgage of approximately. HUM Located on a seawatledcanal
ISO StH S the. year oM residence of brick veneer and wood also contain s carpeted
NAPLES 'LOAro"FU1'niture living rom, tflalng. room *n4 electric kitchen. pin several other feature. Inside sadat
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to form In to orlI 'cook's tour" on Jut how a ior rttjh bow In ray office COlllie. COUNTY NEWS, Napl.. H... $- .* Dec__ a, 144 71
I pal planned by architect MnMey party of this die is date week to Form preliminary
recreation Bill Umnermaa. run M smoothly Now I have plans for the meeting next Monday

e e ewe die eomptete picture-I will at 4 p.m.. and rtjht. now Red Chinese tee M It appeared to be during
our Deputies !had knew wfcat we will need If they Ready Is out selecting a monk Kknteteh Vi bitter personal
a Jab meeting of the
Department | Recreation and the Park Beards ever decide to move their headquarters to be shown at that time. quarrel with the Chinese lead.

at the Pub Reeteurant on Mon to e our e new. building. By the way a girls' group Reject Soviet ere.The diplomatic sources saw

day noon. As usual, this gave led by Diane Forrester has no prospect of another bilateral
BYJUUU5LE88CR
Art Breckett, one of the Se- shown Interest In
forming an PlansMOSCOW
If you haven't seen the new me a chance to air all my Meeeting meeting between the Russians
.rCldlenllhumtbolrdp1ey- athletic club also theN Is
so
building and look atit problems to sympathetic ears. and Chinese any time soon to
oome by ers came In our office to talk for them In office -
Glad I dint eat deaeert at the a meeting my (AP) Communist discuss differences.The .
.,. now. The landscaping is Pub, as 1 hurried to my next ever plans for the draw doubles after school on Wednesday China has rejected a Soviet pro. difference Include Ideo.
and the
complete new yard meeting at the Woman's Club. Monday December 1th, at 2 December 8th. Anybody Interested postal to begin preparation next logical disputes over the appli.
lights are being Installed. They As p.... An says there are 20 please come. March for a world Communist cation of Marxism to modern
will be on a timer which will you probably know our entries so far, but he expects conference, diplomatic sources problems, disagreement on In.
r Senior Cldaens Club
turn them off automatically late meets to have at least 30 sign up by said today. ternal economic and admlnls. ,
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in the evening. I think the Pub* every Monday at 1 pjn. In theWoman' starting time. All the count FiOAlOAft MORI THAN TOlRlSTS MS.LP Of Wilt The proposal was made within tratlve policies and on the prop.

Ik Works Department, under Club, and the last have been put In tip-top shape RETURN FOR ANOTHER VlSlTI the pest few days In Peking A er approach toward underde.
the supervision of Pat Parks, Monday of the month Is always for play and along with the new Soviet latter suggested holding veloped countries, and such old.
a special birthday for In March fashioned nationalistic dashes '
has done a wonderful Job. pany equipment we are looking forward a preparatory meeting
The dedication of the build all members having a birthday to a originally proposed tor Dec IS as border disputes
tournament
from in that month I was happy toget great by former Premier Khrushchev. Soviet sources here have
has been rescheduled
Ing an invite to last Monday's See FCeri In an on.the.epot rejection of made it clear In recant days
..- December ISth to January 16th the letter that the new Kremlin
the Chinese reit. leadership
.- because wanted party. There were 168 people Randy Davis,assistant direc-
everybody to is still determined to
J : elated their refusal to attend go ahead
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"' and I astounded tor, has been making the roundsof 7N
wait 'til Mr. and Mrs. Lester present, was to Aeateue either a preparatory meeting or with the world conference
". / bow fast the schools Invite the .
Norris were here to participate see everyone was served to boysto a world conference, the Inform. !
.: : in the program. In case Ice cream cake and cof Join the new athletic club. ants said.This The American Medical Assoclatlon .

'IA you don't remember, this gen fee-so after eating goodies We had an Impromptu "bull sous _lIt left any solution of thevlet.Ch1ne'e was founded May 5. I I
erous couple made it possible one of the ladles gave me the session" with some of the Jun swa55 sawnu dispute u dla. 1847. in Philadelphia. Penna. '

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Dear Mr. Rutenberg:
DONALD L HARRIS

Deputy Donald L. Harris la a number of the Juvenile My occupation as an engineer has trainedme

Bureau of the Sheriff's Department, assist Deputy John to appreciate fine design and good
Rogers In that area, and spends considerable time with
construction. I'd like to
the Junior Deputies Harris handles mod of the civil say your Rutenberg
paper service within the department.He Homes offer both.
Is also called upon to assist In transporting prison
era around the state, and assists In trips to m.nta1ln.
My wife and It with two little
stltutlons when the occasion arises, our girls ,
Harris has attended F. B. L Fingerprinting School, the rented the first year in Florida so that we

General Law Enforcement School, and baa taken an ex. would have ample opportunity to shop around.
tension course with Florida State University on delinquency .
control. Deputy Harris also served four years I must admit the more we shopped the more

aa a Shore Patrol Officer In the U. S. Navy during World we appreciated the Rutenberg Homes.
War Do
Deputy Harris lives at 1135 Eight Avenue, North, with
his wife Isabel and son Paul, 15. Harris has been a resident In visiting the Rutenberg Models I was

of Naples for the past 30 years. pleased to find that comparing was made easy

Every detail concerning the homes was on IN RUTENBERG HOMES

display. Materials used were shown, construction -

Local features pointed out design ,
Bridge Players financing and interior decoration thoroughlygone

over and the unique one year service HIDDEN VALUES ADD UP

feature really clinched its
{ Name Ted Hearth As

The home we purchased a tour bedroom, I

3 bath Riviera is ideally suited for us we TO A BETTER HOME !

their New PresidentBy will not outgrow it in the years to come and

in my opinion it offers far more quality than

C. J. McMURRY Catherine McKenna and the scrlb. any of the other homes we had seen.
Perhaps the truest remark ing by Mrs. GoUnik.
anent the Naples Duplicate Bridge Also nominated and nnanl.
Club is that when It does some.hung.whether mously elected was the following It's the little/hidduv.value as. the '. >)JtoO"-" .
1t'. the usual board of trustee srvwpanfiywlKr - atyrofoam Insulation and tempered safety glass *>
I Friday night game or the annual James Walker, Virgil Walte,
that makes the Rutenberg models add to a
I Christmas party-lt's done tight Mrs. Doris Smith and Mrs.Grace up
I The recent party Is the case In Peters. better home !
(hand. Following adjournment, Mrs.
Following the general planning, Harold Weed took over capably Sincerely
line first order of business for for the card play. A total of 108
I such an event Is naturally thedecorating Indicated a desire to play, which
{ of the scene of fes. figured 26',4 tables. In the type Lati4 'fl':
[tlvltles. The reaction on the of game arranged, there could ; ;
I participants u they assembled not be a half table Mrs. June ,
I In the Reef Room of the Beach Haschka and Mra. McMurry
I Club was that the committee quickly solved the problem la
I had done a Job "par excellence." typical membership fashion-
Mrs Virgil Waits and her en. they played a gin game which
i tertalnment committee con. even the loser stated was
listing of Mrs. Alice Denhara, thoroughly enjoyed.
Mrs. Florence Leader, Mrs. Five groups of tables (one
Grayco Punches, Mrs. Edith group bad .(1)played five rounds :T-
Armstrong and Mrs. Florence of progressive bridge for the high
Pennywltt were given a hearty and second prices In each group.
round of applause for their efforts Five hands of rubber bridge at
not only for this but also each table were ordained.
for their choice of menu. The highs, respectively, were
No complaints, within the Stan Shuart,Sam Leader,Howard
hearing of the writer, testifiedto Johnson, Harry Peters and Mrs. r
the fact that the rout beef Kennard Boll. Second places I
dinner was more than enjoyable.And were locked up by Ted Hearth,
let not the fact that age Is Dan Burglund Mra. Howard e.wr
taking some slight toll of said Johnson, Mrs. Joyce Tenney andJ. 1 n,,1
hearing lead the reader astray, E.: Lose a mums _
for the fact is that I could hear About the only regret evt. _
perfectly the many compliments danced following the party was w N- ,
regarding It.NEW, thai It would be approximately rear yyu.r
365 days until the next one. e rNesq.
taut
LEADERSThe -
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usual business meeting, 4I
participated In by the (> I
members of the participating 7lV I elrl N eur .
in the dinner (we do have guests), raw; .r--c (
was notable In several respects. i1J

I was short, to the point, and !Opi.C.. .I :rI
the wheels rolled smoothly.The MM eMU

slate nominated by the -- Y ', rJ J I THI RIVIIRA' A homo for the new 'family, the growing family' If he couple where children ore grown How big+ do
membership committee was lIDo
aid mously elected. The com. ONESIDED HEADACHESPain you wont if? Completely veftoftle, the. Ri.iro It ovoiloble ot S 7, 3 Of 4 bedroom J both home, end prked exceedingly.

mitt.., headed by Mrs Grsyce of mss.utce has base a the major beginningof concern 1 You enter a paltered foyer The ewnert mete, with both end wold-M clot.... I It a hovte length opart from ,the (family

Punches Mrs. and further made up of. tune. Some of the most la. : r-- or gwett bedroom A Hottett kitchen" tervet dining room polio or family room Designed 'far family privacy while
A, K. Gotlnlk, Messrs.Gm tense excruciating pms know (9----1 i---
rg. Smith, Harry PeterslIIId to man are headaches, st any. .rtoInI"9.
re scribe, lined up Ted Hearth one who watches television can
for President and Reynold Mule testily.
len, Tlce. >resldent. The financial Among the most painlal of
end will f be handled by Miss headaches is the migraine The mir JM furiMiftc MOOn HOMIS. mm A 2,3 AND 4 IIMOOM, 2 ot 3 lATH Moon
word migraine M derived from
the Greek hemikrania. which PRICED to* rod. A DESIGN TO SUIT/ four/ PERSONALITY AND A FLOOR HAH THAT mu SAJIM

County Agenda the means head.an A affection migraine of headache ball :of rout EVERY MQvifffMiNr. 'PRICED FROM $11,990 TO $17,990

is wally one-tided and may be
The agenda for Tuesday accompanied by nanaea. vomit
of the Courry Com ins. and various sensory diatnrh.
meeting
antes, especially photophobia,
mission will be u follows or abnormal intolerance to
8i30 sjn.-Approvslofbosrdminutes. light When a* attack comes i
on the victim finds torn* relief
8-45 ajn.-Repon 01engtneer. M lying + w- /." a quiet. and
darkea4 jpooc, Sxmptoras preceding .
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*" attack of .i'grame
IrIS ajn.-Presentation ofPlat. nay reeled a fad or partially a
Marco Beech Unit 13. blind area of vision, blmdMss
lOrOO ajn.-Repon of county m one half the field of vision, 6 wfit

health and welfare.10i30 and aprfthdcr
fteflt besieged by migraine
urn-Public hearing a/e once tat**** ta character
bu3ihe line, Soedoo 1T-46- and capable of Mwtaining a kwh it l
25. output mentally and physically .' SEE THESE KAUTBTI
Many migrations persons work
11-00 sjn.-PubMc hearing
buOtead line Con.Lot l.Sec- hard standards to phoM and are lush mclmed pcnonal.o be. / MODEL BOJE3 TODAY ,

don e-62-28. inflexible ill their will Some North from Naples onUS. ,e
Ua30a.m.-BId opening, 4 have !learned from *>p nece
new dump trucks. that certain act or atbtwie Route 41 At 1220 .

12 noon-Recess for lunch.Ii30 to may regulate{adore them an attack ehre, and.trz Mandarin Road Coquina 1

PA, Conference rsj 11I(17 Such Sabdivliloo. .
j Everglades' Airport. Dna snay or may not refiev* Watch for Rottnbtri
\ .trt probably the meet
WO pjm.-publk! hearing, migrwne
[talMry barrier toe helpful treatment i.arlty I tomoWvcatf Home signs from hJlh- .
'n it s -.55hi l factors
r, 3<00 ,om. Conference nIpfwossd m the environment sad new tray,
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n ) -,. .., ,.1.. ;Sunday. owtbylrrf.ltu tie, he was angry not only at field, his. beck to the unabridged
,.U*. MfW* but at his own art. ustordstt Harpeth River Recreation a
'f!''' ''\\iI'1' 1 l ..,,,,,r..prwiie fcrli .vww...'tT "uu"i'- k v fe wS>M task, Md. Hood spar. z
and IfhMNM Bedford Forreet had ed netting la Us ....aIt.R .
100 Years ARCHood's CalendarSUNDAY
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> akUlfttUy cut off a Federals ar. wen a pieeet, Indian sum.
ay under Gen. John M. fchofteldj mar day and Hood's men had to
they were converging to cross broad, open fields to reach
300 Temp
Attack Fails make the kill when, throughtoul.up a the Union lines. That did not de. Club Cambier pm.-Naples
Park.MONDAY .
In the Confederate chain ter th.m. and by late afternoon 'e' ttty kt
of command Sehofleld managed 18,000 Southern Infantrymenwere
to eeeajw from the trap and beatIt sweeping screen the fields
safely with Ms army to Frank. their battle flags flying. ItOO p.m.--Senior Citizens
At Franklin Tenn. lln. There, Sehofleld dug In, and With wild Rebel yells, the Club meeting Woman's Club
Hood's big chance had been Confederates came forward at 2tOO p.m.--Senior Citizens
muffed. the run, and the smoke of battle draw doub"shuffleboard tournament -
this
I LON K. SAVAGE 100 rare ago week. When the
rose and spread all along
.. HOOD PURSUESIn CamMcr Park.
the battle was over alter a
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Tt" ifertr r *II I line. The Southerners fell by .
13.1k. rill UKI tl"J.. few short hours ol th_ most bit. a rage Hood pursued Scho. fire 4:00 pjn. -- Boys Athletic X
< the downs under the Union ,
or.tb. .. field to Franklin and there on Club buildIng
It \v* partly l. rause of hisanger her fighting war Hood but they came on. Hundreds of Community Center -
had reason to be tlll angrier, November 30 threw his army at .
he
and 1 reap! ; because them smashed right on Into the
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for the battle sorted only la de. Schofleld's lines determinedto
7i30
flgur u win thaI Hood Union trenches driving the Fed. p.m.-Writcu'&roup--
plate his and tome' the make up for the preceding ,
army
launr t OJ |J u i to aJIII hopeless orals back. Hand to hand fight. Community Center building.
Federals reason tor rejoicing. week's blunder.
FertoiHl
l a
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When Hood went Into the bat It was a bloody affair. Scho. )
army ...t hraiiklln Tennessee, tlllery boomed and swords slash TUESDAY
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9ge##I'HH ;t
class Gamble Park.
U' GENERALS KILLED 1:00 -Senlor Citizens
A' Real Beauty Confederate Gen John Adams bowling p.m.- Brookslde Bow).
galloped with his men Into the r
p.m.Junior Recreation MX
Union line and both he and his
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';'"",',I' ',i I horse were shot dead In one fua.lllade Board meeting Community
the horse falling spraddle Center building.
'.f,1 legged across a Union barricade.
1"{ 1 :' Gen Pat Cleburne, the Irish Con. WEDNESDAY
federate, also charged and was 8(30 a.m.--Senlor Citizens 4, ae A ew, mere:, tA
A shot dead. Four other Southern golf Palm River Golf Course. war -.e" y _' a
generals were killed, and 8,000 ItOO p.m.-.Senlor Citizens
men were killed or wounded.Schofleld shuffleboard Cambler Park. NF.A Telephoto I

1. who watched the bat. 4:00 p.m.--Junior Girl Scout !MUDDY MAJORETTES-Nor mud. nor slop the band can stop, Members of the Central
tie from across the river train. Troop Community Center Methodist College band made a curious picture as they bravely carried out their maneuvers .
ed his artillery on the Confed. building. between the halves at the Cards-Giants game in St Louis. ignoring the rain above
crates, and the effect was tell. and the mire belowFR'V
Ing. At those spots where the 7:30 p.m.Adult Tennis
1 f Federal line was broken other class T Cambler Park.THURSDAY ,
Federals rallied and killed or
captured the Confederates who
had broken through 4-00 p.m. .. Youth Tennis
Finally the day.. and the class Cambter Park. COMPLETE BOATING
slaughter .. ended. During thebattle 7jOO pjn.-Jaybees meeting- : :
Schofleld's engineers had Community Center building.
;,..."'" been working on a bridge across 7:30 p.m.--Tired BusinessMen's OUTFIT
the river. With the bridge com. .
Cam
Tennis Assoc.
plated Schofleld's army filed
"Y.:, .... across the span and headed bier Park.
north to Nashville, under the
Cobia
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FRIDAY
protection of General George H.
Tli, (I'', I'tiful' ] honit i I.H located on 689 Bouganvillea Road lo- Thomas' large Federal army. 9:30 ajn.Ladles Tennis

< at'd I on UM It is I of CBS cohslructlon and only 3 years old. Hood, whose Initial blunder Draw Doubles Tournament Boat

1 >,'' ,. tl", liv ""II' i"nm 21 x 41 feet and a kitchen 10 x 17 feet. had now been compounded Into Cambler Park.
two blunders, came limping on. 1:00 pjn."Senior Citizens
II, HI'i t < uia large bedrooms and two tiled baths. An enclosed northward. A naturally pugnacl.ous bowling Brookside Bowl. Murray Tilt Trailer
U x :fir> ft patio overlooks the lake This home is centrallyair man, he still had plenty of '

conditioned and heated and (is for sale completely furnished fight Next left In hIm, ...

The picture shows the beautifully landscaped lawn which Is ser weeks Nashville.SOLD Johnson 40 HP C C

viced by .H complete sprinkler nyrtehi. Call Us at once to see this --. """
MAN HE SAVED
excellent home. Motor
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would sign up for a 11-week
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Irene Roland Frank B. Purdue> Harry I. Miller Edward M Anderson "Thirteen weeks" I'll sign up OBLIGATION
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the plane and lifesaving potential
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named;; trees are simply trees-* ,
*J *li Jn9 Owe 'V./iii irt "They are a cross-section of
the great American Public with
a sensitive eye for rootbeer
c PVf'f Wanda, nlght-clubs and restrooms
4 GAL I instead of the vast complex
'SUGAR NATUREBy of, nature which they are passing'hrougn

: Aene LaBasttHe Bowes "Being In a position to con.
tact both the gypsy vacationists
/ and those who attend the Audu. V
bon amp, I find the contrast
S,'o 'I, teved that 9U miles Molecules which niter sunlight educational and rather striking
ia per hour was possible, but latest produce a blue hare. Dr Rss.Ssliaaen On the one hand, a couple of him.
tests show that fresh.water flih did his investigation In dred Individuals at best, at a
are not capable at such ape don.So the Blue Ridge Mountains, near summer camp for two weeks (u.
>. tar, tile highest I accurately re. Rtiands, N.' C His nndincsdUafree serious pursuit of 1 hash t
corded speed U 17 .mph for four with the common be. knowledge are contrasted with amass
feet by a barracuda la American ttef drat blue haze Is caused by of frantic people racing
water The instrument used to smog, dust or microscopic water helter and skelter to reap coons e.
measure this velocity la a "pit. particles In the atmosphere.f phantom pleasures from the out.
.rt.r catomet.r." It la made with i f + + doors. They take, but they do nIt
fishing line and gauges which Black Bear of Mlchl *n" give In return; and taking Is part ,
show the tendon on the line and U the latent bonk on black bear of the national program today'
the speed at which It rune out. oT scientific inter**. Its lOt "Many pe tple comingto the Au.
+ + 4- pages, written by Erlclson dubon camp are attempting to
The deadly Mano.war, a float NeUor and Pet rides, published fight Ignorance, apathy and preju
leg nematocyit found In tropical ss Research Bulletin no. 4 by dice. They are attempting to
and semMroplcal water, hit Michigan State University and pour Into the bloodstream of con.servatlon .
been found to contain toxin in may be obtained from Box 1)1, some of their own time
all parts of Ui blue body except East Lansing Mich. and money. To me It Is form
the float and adjacent part The fr + of patriotism unsung and un. FUN A T FIVE I Anne Bt.aifv ."d< '>'rn' i, other
pallOR cell contain elastic ft. "Waterfowl Tomorrow" Is a credited but we can all hope that Hal' .' show I photographer what could hj1 )p', A to, 'ether
bra and coiled thread which act large and conprehenslve book bt It will not go lornaucltt"EmlitSwift an"h auvr."arket
whlthe.' "ether 'a' Ih'p'11" '" a
m a* springs, exploding out with enougn .103 authors offering a full cover. )
i force to penetrate akin and age of waterfowl natural history,
even surgical (love*. The toxin problems and future. It Is not
KENTUCKY CARAMEL SAUCE for .ue dC.II', h" tale candied trims and peel le which 1* composed simple pro.Intended solely for the hunter,
plus toasted almond trine and a few peptides, will but for anyone Interested In wa.
retain its activity for four year lerfowl. The price Is M and
wben deepJroten. It U lethalto It Is available from Supt. of OPEN HOUSESUNDAY
Caramel Sauce from KentuckyBy a mouse at 1.7 milligram per Documents, Govt. Printing Of.
kilogram (about 7 ot.). The day flat, Washington, a C.
dard first aid for the sting of + + +
CECILY BROWNSTONE whole toasted almonds to the are the convenient kind that come the Mano.war Is to treat 1m me* This following Is reprinted
Aitoclottd, Preii Food Editor caramel. in cane. dlately with ammonia. Personswho from CONSERVATION NEWS.H
NEIGHBORS COME up with Here's an up-to-date veteran Kentucky Caramel Sauce is are visiting Florida for the written by Ernest Swift, and Is t-5
the best ideas! At a get-together of this treat. It's made with the not only delicious over ice first time and have no knowledge a graphic description of our pre.
on our street when I served candied fruits and peels that cream it's also treat over of their reaction to this parti sent national attitude towards
caramel sauce (over vanilla ice are packed in spanking-new I squares of white cake topped cular pallOR, are advised to con.outdoor recreation."A 1389 Dolphin Road Royal Harbor
cream) a next-door friend fashion in moleture-tisht pack with whipped" cream. And another suit a physician National Audubon Camp Is
volunteered live me her recipefor ages. The container .made from idea: serve it over cream puffor + + + located a few miles from where Just
the sauce ss it was made an rigid polyethylene and it's eclair shells Tilled with ice From Massachusetts come figures .Illy. In northern Wisconsin.The ( off Naples Day )

her part of Kentucky. covered with see-through plantn. cream. on the number of deer whole scene Is Inspiringand 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Family Room, Carpeted> Living
What an interesting combination Packed this way the fruits and killed by auto each year. The the atmosphere Is one of quU
this turned out to be! In the peels stay moist and fresh tast KENTUCKY CARAMEL: SAUCE report Is staggering, In this et beauty and peace. For two. Room, Screened Porch, Huge Boat Dock, Central Air
Bluegrass State one fine cook ing. The toasted slivered almonds 1 1/2 cups firmly packed light one state, DO less than MS deer week sessions, the people. at.
had added candied fruits and called for in this recipe brown sugarI were killed on highways! In the tending are on their own raca. Conditioning Double Garage
cup light creamI year of ItS4. The year before,lion time and spending their own
'2 cup butter 324 were destroyed; In Itts,309. money to come and learn the bon This delightful waterfront home, built by WILLIAM
I/2 saltI
teaspoon The total deer klU over the past lie Ingredients of what const!.
COVE LOUNGE I cup mined diced candied 11 years la 4.064.. Cars usuallv tiles conservation, R. STONE INC., i is the moat house for $20,500 we
fruits and peels suffer badly from these encount.ers. ., "A few miles from this Au.
I 14 cup located slivered The average claim for dam.,dubon retreat a highway\ runs have seen
blanched! almondsIn age comes to $139.18. In one north which carries s vast num.
And a heavy saucepan, stir together )year the state of Massachusettspaid ber of vacationists There Is a
BOYD
COLEMAN
the hrown sugar I 2 cup $11,419.87 to motorist. constant parade of overloaded Realtor
of the i roam. the butter and aalt. trailers various camping
The State feel it has a moral cars, ,
RESTAURANT Cook mining often, to 232 degrees obligation to citizens to pay for outfits and oversized boats. Associates : Richard: Krukiwn, Jack l.oUnolma ....
on a candy thermometer Come have t destination but
damages Inflicted by a state.pro.tided Tenth
and liiehftfd
William Ston
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or until about 1.2 teaspoon of animal. Drivers of many are urban gypsies vainly
the mixture dropped into about4 course, can lessen this dangerby looking far a recreational rain.
NOW OPEN FOR SEASONBreakfast )/ cup very cold water form avery driving carefully at night,.bow, They are racing too fast 60 Tenth Street No. (Stone Bldg.) MI 2.SUSW.ou'Ll
son ball. Cool for about
and slowing down In areas mark to some unknown Utopia to seethe
5 minutes. Stir In the remaining ed U deer country. : roadside flowers and I
1/2 cup cream,the candied fruits
+ + + couldn't Identify them If noticed
''Ind peels land the almonds.
Lunch Dinner The whooping crane 1* the tallest J
I Serve warm M cold. Makes about
North American native bird.I .
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THE HUT OPEN 4:30: ,.M. to Closing hours room or temperature reheat over for hot several water.! A young scientist+ + -f Dr. R. Has.

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COVECONGRESS home-kitchen flavor by serving mountain for that matter. Vol.
them with butter-toasted bread atlle given off by evergreen 'Lite
INN cube and sprinkle with minced tree undergo a chemical change vvrinyorA
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Ian j' r+ iat' tew.c.cati You will discover the many charms of The Mooring when you dr,,err

through this thoughtfully planned aid perfectly' executed comrrtumty

; r o Paved gracefully curving tlreett lead you batt beautifully lendtceped parkway

V -m, jar v *, attractive home situated, on specious hematite with abundant natural

vegetate, .inland waterways only minutes from that f"..,H fanxtgh the ,teftieif

Doettv't Pan, a lovely beach owned by the property owner of The

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assured education for your child Community.Drive out today. and are the many advantage The Mooring offer

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Of Harbour Drive, to get Ml IrtfonnalNon' on how YOU can tie YOUR future

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IFSjlORT ROYAL offers direct of the homes are Henry K. 2. Each home contain foyer, ued. Each home I fa centrally base, asphalt sealed and Drive for llluntrated folder with
IIW! to acceptable' purchasers, AIA. Palm Beach; living room three bedroom air-conditioned and heated by topped; then /gravelled. all details prices etc, of the
[MB] nine architect designed : :\\dlfE. Nick, AIA, Naples;; and three bath, leparatc an over-aize 6 ton unit. 0. The shoreline of each property fl'lidl'nr If you desire, we
home at our exact cost no William Wallace Zimmerman, dining room, bar with refrigerator 4. Kitchen are equipped with I the which face on wide and will show the residences to you
profit or real estate commission. AIA, Naplei. two car garage finest General Electric I appliance I deep ocean-going waterway; while they are building ao thut
Custom built to highest apeclflcatluni SPECIAL FEATURES: COM. with Genie automatic door *; Stove, Disposal Automatic la rip-rapped with limestone you may nee their superior contructlon. .
by Wlggi & Maale, Contractor MON TO ALL NINE RESI closer, and abundant storage Dishwasher; 13.6 cubic rock. .- Du not delay, bc-
*. DENCES (Including membership tpace. Six of the nine home foot Froitmiard Refrigerator- 7. Four year term If desired. cause all nine homes will be
It would tout you $10,000 more I in Port Royal Beach Club)! have flrl'pl.rfl.a. Freezer, which never require Three typical floor plan and completed before the end of December.
than our price to duplicate anyone I. Each prospective owner must Each home has white oak defrosting. front elevation of the nine residence This ii truly an opportunity
of the nine residence be accepted by the member. parquet throughout 8. These home are built two are shown below. that will never come
The architect who designed and ihlp committee of the Port except In \hoom\ and kitchen : feet above the crown of the Call at the Port Royal office, ugaln. PORT ROYAL. INC..
are supervising the completion Royal Beach Club.LWJ where tile and vinyl are road. Driveway are atoneFLOOR King Town and Fort Charles P. 0. Box 188, Naples Florida.TelcDhonc .
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