The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 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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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Naples Chamber Committee Backs Rock Groins To Prevent Beach ErosionHere's !


Of Report Text NowIn Weather Outlook 1 lc TIDES Higk. hew

Partly dmnh drouth Thure. a City HandsA If.,. Not no ernii 'niahl with QI! Q N lies. iis: till 'Ilt tat '
.low In the Mil. High Thurday .. t oilier lr tUft' 1_. It 1:11: Jill ltl" Hit ;'i
In the mirfdlr TIN, North )
Chamber Commerce com.mtttee h oe. II J.M tIll l'tM lliSTlire.
report on) beach ......... .t.l and nt wind I tl to II oUn It IM 7M It:&2
baa been submitted to City Ceun. mike IB hour bcfummi noulhraKlfrl .
.Odd hour for Msrr
cU and County CommlMton for ) Thur da> 10 In lh
study and possible action. The mile* an hour Add one host, Naples Ray krUgr

report, strongly of rock backing formal WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1964 12 PACES 10 CENTS 4Ut YEAR NUMBER 97
program groins, was ap ..
plauded by county official at
Tuesday's meeting and Is due for

Council Here's discussion the full report soon Hope DeGaulle Will Accept


The 1964-65 Program of
Action of the Greater Naples
Chamber of Commerce: called
for immediate attention to the : Britain U.S.

development of a plan of pre-

serving thegreatest natural as- $ ,
set of this community/ our --t k ,

beach. In adopting this projectand
giving it such prominence
the board of directors felt that
Insufficient sustained attention Agree TONucieafF1Uree
do w ,
had been given to this problem
which threatens that which Is
the central core of our dominant PKY LIBRARY

tourism Industry and provides
a great measure of the attrac
tlveness which induces new per-
manent residents to settle he re.
The board also felt that Cham

ber study of this problem might
tend to unify thinking In the community -
which In the past has WASIIINlTONAP< >-British A lommunlque, released at
Prime MlnlaUi Harold Wilson the White House, bore out the
been advocates of
split among said today his t.ilks with Presl. evidence! of accord on next
different types of beach protection dent Johnson hive teen com stops, saylngl"They
plans and could lead to Pletob siKcsskftil in setting ob. agreed that the objec.
the Implementation of a truly jettlws for the formation of a tlve In this field Is to cooperateIn ,
effective program.In nuclear weapons force<< In NATO finding the arrangementswhich
line with this aim, Presi- and laying gulilulliws fur. Allied best meet the legitimate
dent H. Milton Link appointed consultation Interests of alt members of the
Miles Scofleld a former member I Wilson also declared at a alliance, while maintaining ex.1st .
of the board of directors news conference winding up( his In j safeguards on the use of
of the Washington conferences that nuclear weapons, and prevent.
Chambe r,to chair a Beach
"we are prepared to go for. Ing their further proliferation"
Erosion committee. Scofield.In
ward with all proposals" In. Wilson scheduled a mldmorn.
addition to this backgroundwith PRESERVATION of Collier County beaches, nek- a report lent to County Cnnimtalon( and City eluding a UA pUn for an Allied Ing news conference at the Brit'
the organization has extensive nowledged among the best anywhere, was the Council The report favors systematic installation Jointly owned and mixed Ian Embassy, and It was ...
experience In hydraulicand subject of serious study by a Chamber of Commerce of rock irrnlnfl. The scene : Naples lleaih near manned nuclear surface flow. peeled that he would provide
marine construction and the Went Germany would be a further Information I
Beach Club Hotel on the re*
erosion committee which has come with (McGrnth photo)
problems Involved In beach pre central memlter of this force. suits of his sessions with John. 1
servation. lon
Also asked to participate on DoGAULLK: KEY FACTOR Johnson was to meet with So.

the committee were Naples' Wilson expressed. hope that vM Foreign Minister Andre) A.
Mayor Archie Turner.RayMil- Welcome Station the Trench government of P...... Gromyko In late afternoon, and
ler and George Atkinson. Everglades Airport (dent Charles ,tie Gaulle will be this dent meeting offered the Pr sl.
an opportunity In Inform
Interested In the new broadened
Mayor Turner a man with
the .
Soviet government that In
approach to i solution of the
extensive In marine
experience his view the
In prospective NATO
nuclear weapon problem
and beach preservation problems NATO lias been worked nuclear organisation will be a
has by personal observation Commission out hero which. barrier to the spreading of nu.
and study of the Naples Highlight County J Wilson declined to tie drawn clear weapon. The Russian
area as well as many ocher Into a detailed< discussion of the claim that such an organlutkm

areas of Florida amassed a The Commission learned from The PAAC .and Jack Messmer. All proposals wUnh he made to would place nuclear weapon In
fund of Everglades! Airport and wai authorised to Turner Went O rm.. hand..
knowledge In this field. be will deal ,
a proposed Welcome Station at Raymond Peachrapnesntltgle study possibilities 01 the present but Turner were present for the Johnson uymg ,
possessed by few other laymen.In Carneotown were highlighted In FAA, and Carroll A. Burroughs, sit and to gather Information meeting with them. and his policy
addition, he offered the com a SVt* hour\ session of the Coun.ty representing the National Park costs and availability 0 f other toward the VA multilateral Commission Asks
round in muni* Commission yesterday after Service, that federal fund to suitable acreage. That was the WEl.COUUTATJON force plan In a speech! In lie
affairs ...
cipal projects pies noon. acquire airport property are a. only definite action taken at the The stumbling block on the house of Commons next .k.WON'T .

rt- experience ot other municipal The airport was the first agen. Callable. The park service could meeting. welcome station stemmed froma COMMIT BRITAIN Assault Against
officials arouna Florida da item and attracted Everglades possibly supply funds In the *. Member of the PAAC ares Mate Koadj Department attorney .
which Is available> to him. residents, representative of the mount of SSO.OOO. The federal Ad Miller, chalrmant{ Buddy Car. ruling that secondary road lie would nut say at this lime 3 Great Killers
Committeeman Miller National Park Service, and the airport aid has been active in ter, L. U "Doc" Loach, Gene funds could not be used to build whether Britain would be will.
represents land for other air. Inc to be an active member of
Wilson and Associates Airport Planning Agency of the acquiring the welcome station WASHINGTON (AP) A
the mUsd.m a n e d force or
Federal Aviation ports. About IB Everglades resl.
Agency member
; called
2 Pier Visitors presidential commission
Engineers. The Wilson of the County Port Authority Both Peach and Burroughs in. dents, present at the meeting, would help pay for It, today for an unprecedented na.
office over many years has dlcated the agencies they not to In Britain's primary Interest,
Advisory Commltteel and re.presenUtlve repre.sensed Have Cash Stolen were ready give up, banal assault 01the three
made studies of the history of of Everglades real. were "very Interested" the face of this setback. however Is In getting creationof greatest klllvr of American
Naples' beach and conditions ty developer. but funds from their agencies From Locked CarsTwo Everglades Mayor Cecil Drake the nuclear force to which heart disease, cancer and cere- .
In the Naples area. The firm were controlled by strict r*. opened the discussion with the the British would aaslgn their brat strokes.
I has also worked extensivelywith Sheriff qulrement Neither could pro. Naples visitors had mo plat "U there say way poe bomber and prospective nuclear Among Us major recom.
the Army Corps of Engineers HopingTo mlse federal aid, but spoke en. ney.tolenfromthelrcauwbUeout slbl that the Commission and submarine units with Allied mundation is creation of a na.tlonsl .
the Internal Improvement Brighten Xmas couraglngly of fund that might on the Naples Fishing FUr the Everglade Chamber of Com. sharing of the emits as well sa network of 840... treat.
be available. moire in a Joint effort van build the strategic control
of afternoon other
Board the State of yesterday mint and renters.
For Local YouthA Neither o f the agencies can aid of a welcome station' si Carne In two days of conference The blue.rlMmn uradImmedl.t.
Florida and the Coastal Engineering Newton Swanson Wrights group
In building and maintenance only town," ended Tuesday night Wilson
Implementation of
of the N
wood JM reported to
Laboratory 11-year old lad from Collier In land acquisition. The federal police D wa* learned quickly from and Johnson agreed that the Us "realistic battle "
University of Florida on beach County Is a resident of the Shsr. airport aid program require that that his car had been entered Burroughs of the National Park United Males and Britain will ing nearly $1 billion plan In federal, say.
preservation and erosion mat- Ifls' Boys Ranch at Live Oak, a tax supported body such seine sometime before 4)10 o'clock Service thai" no federal fund start urgent consultation with fund over ters here and elsewhere. and Santa Claus ha* advised that Commission, or the CilyoT Ever and $435 was stolen from s are available from that source other nation this week aimedat needed a* a starter A spoke
Completing the committeewas help Is needed to make It a glades! would have to sponsor the purse which had been locked In County Engineer Harmon Tur. working out the' broadwMKi man said, considerable addition
George Atkinson, Naples' "Merry Christmas" for the landing facility. the car. ner reviewed the history of (the NATO nuclear program lit more al fund and other aid from
pharmacist: who lent his experience young boyClothing. The present site of the Ever Shortly before. that, at 3t40 welcome station, Including the concrete detail. stales and cllle also would be
: Interest and know is needed and a few glade Airport was studied ear. o'clock. Michael Dolton of Niagara legislative act authorUlngtt.and The two leader refwrtedlystof required.The, .
ledge as a citizen businessman little present will brighten up fully, and proved to be the most Falls, Ontario Canada apparent authority lo bulb the >rd short of trying to agree commission also said It
and conservationist. the season for the boy. economical and serviceable spot, who has been staying lithe 1m* station from road fundsi a sur. on a formula embracing the strongly endorse the conclu..
Call Sheriff E. A. Doug Hen. but demand of realtor holding portal River Court at DonliaSprings vey of cot| plan for the build. new, broader approach, but official alons and recommendation of
ADVANTAGESThe dry, or Deputy John Rogers, U adjacent land, for bulkheads and the theft of Ing, and acquisition of the land said they had reached .1:. the Surgeon Gmerar Advisory
committee found that Naples you want to help Santa or for fill in exchange for property, reported for the site The ruling by the eord on the general guidelinesto Commit on Smoking and
additional Information The t.l. appeared to prohibit developmentof $7 cash, $90 in traveler'schecks SOD attorney was a blot on the be followed lit the consults Health which termed cigarette
has distinct advantages phone number at the Sheriff's : and Uentlflcat Ion pane rs
the present sits. More study rosy ptclure. tlons. smoking a hazard to .health
with regards to Its beach and office Is MI 24911. was considered necessary. from his locked &u att pier.. (Cesliesed! es pig It)
Its preservation when compared
with other areas and communi yA

ties. First bottom Napleshasagentlysloping off shore from IA.

(' the exposed beach which tends l I
to dissipate wave action as It aJ.' .t MfIJ
comes toward die shore from ''J.

the open Golf thereby retardIng THE A.1000IATCD 'IUS
erosion. The result Of this

condition In the opinion of the GEORGETOWN' Brillih. Cut. QI1 NHON, loath Viet lam
committee Is that erosion Is trr ana (Ap AA entJ-CoramunUi (Ap) (Gorernmenl force re
not as serious nor does erosion coeJttkm government apfwar In r.,4l1fed a reeglC bIll le the
occur as fast In Naples as at prospect. for this racially dlvid.d A* Lao mountain valley front
communities to the north along British Colony on the north. CommunlM: guerrilla today tending
the Gulf coast such as Santtel east east of tooth America a hard thrverflay bmlUe.
and Clearwater or on the East With returns nearly complete One V', stiller was killed
from Monday' national clee. another was missing and two
coast. t lion, Manic Premier ChwidlJigan were wl.IIInded at the' end] of the
Second the committee found G r had the most Wiles, but fierce ttgMlnr
that a north to south littoral be tailed W win the majority

flow exists along Naples'shoreline necessary to retain control of NEW YORK 'AP) Sent
creating a natural source the National A. s mbly. Barry Goldwaler U ready to tells
of nourishment for the beach. Republican summit confer

The Coastal Engineering Laboratory :J: UNITED NATIONS. N.T awe today he thinks the Mrug.gt .
estimates the annual r wwwY dillerene. ever COP leadership. I U tear
(AP) Smoldering *
volume of this littoral flow ? Inside the Afrlcaa bloc at the ln< the batten party apart.
at fifty thousand cubic yards. United Nation expected to That was the word free a
The existence of this flow Is source doss to the defeated",
flare up today whs* the Securt.ly
readily seen through the bead) : Council Uuneke debate on putiltcaa presidential omlaee
U GoMw t.r prepared to talkpoMte
build-up at the missile trackIng '- I1'w : 1 the Congo with former Prel4entOwlgM
stadnn sit* at Marco Island The first sparks may fly when D. EUenhower and
rouwU give the !door toListens
b addition It II a I known the Gamer Vice prMUfeni Richard
and Nigeria. Dot de.
fact that Link Marco Pus has # leaded the Unite at.* and M. Nlaoa.

moved gradually southward : Belgium against charge by otk.r .
some one-half! mile ever the ATrtaM Mtlone that the MIAMI ( )) One ol ridelCairo's
past fifty years as t result of As>*rica.B lgtM rescue ml*. : Kip aides. was reported
erosion and corresponding ac- slow to aan) yvtUe was a U. near death today after of imps.lig .
ere Son. A similar movement grant a a* a dramatic symptom of
or relocation has bees noted Cong:
... sfele strt/e wuhin Cuba's affle
for CasparOU Pass sad MM-
ntght Pass to the north TUB EVERGLADES AIRPORT was the r.-Mt.-r ,,flenrthf Pe..p Pvlb. CommUaJon>> chairmen I >"> Alkn.eMstMfteionri JAKARTA, 1ndoM.1a (AP) Ul The"Hen Castro t hy government .
The eommtnee also believes *tud> vstit ,t,, I' th<- session. std the ( aunty and Richard !Stoic. M 01.! "I' ranger Induneeu offktoU closed arm I that Labor Minister An.
that Naples b to aa l Yam.- Commission art: : att d ,1,I tt ?iitw.n of mt<'t' .tNI l for Fvlrfladru National Park Wit), "'ak_ to the- IM actlvttts ef IN1'". tolornulkM gusto Martins Sanchez; ranked,
.*.. geographic posttkn for Croup Standing m ,i ?f rommuaioii. table fi camera an Margaret Scott county ti. k ana RhysBtatt lenrke today i* Airibt eighth among director cy tile
beadi preservation when eonr Jog camera fron It-ft u" He* UownutK, < ommiwoner .*. *. cr>mn uteion lminktrsti\r! t' ,**tAiit i 8*. }, capital of Cast Java, Cube (comments Party tIttot
L. L, Loarh. ;Ia' Mem and All 1 Millar tory ( ..EVN photo) saft.. there VM danger ef ktmsetf U the head Tue tv aft.
! (Cutbeed r pare II) members of the Port Autn

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2 CQOJM COUNTY NIWS. N*<4e. ., ..*, WeeV 0....., .. 14 Dont oftoa aoo snow In Na- 1
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........ .. .. .. .iL4Li The lead-mark flag pole In :., :' !
Crayton Cove will give waytoa r..1a :gs :;: 9CaprL
new pole at the Coast Guard s
Highlighting Auxiliary headquarters. The .y GAIL WINCL Phone 11.704"?"r
CGA building Is right on Naples

Bay. The Island twtJ'n My visitor*, &O I., |*e snow is so deep Uiaj
law week. 'MIooH are closed and traf-.
The Local Week The Naples Senior High IINj The Earl KeUey.W as their fib Is limited;so,they extended
School basketball team now has guests last weeheod, Mrs. their vacation to Include another
a record of two wins and one KeHey-i brother, sister-in-! week. Isn't It wonderfu
loss, following' win over Alva. law, and their children Mr. to be having such wart"
., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .T .Tr. -..- -.- .- e ----I.Ioo R and Mrs Den Weatherford and weather?
Three firms are contesting -' Linda and Dan.Jr.,of Lakeland, Al Brown, of Miami, apci
With the for TV franchises in the county Fla. Ws "most enjoyable weeks
whole behind -
county Sty line. The one drawn by ,
the 1964 United Fund the Commission in midsummer Gulf Coast TV, Marco Island : t. Mr. and Mrs. Al Cohan of rve ever had" here on i

drive collections sailed way has met with opposition Cablevision and the Mar ," Morristown N. JN Mrs. "Isles", fishing and relax
over the 170.388 goal to reach from a number of developers. co Island TV are contesting for D! I ": 1.T""W Cohan's sister and brother-In' at the Isles of Capri Marin
$85.494. A total of $15.328 the franchise. TheCoumyCom- ., law, Mr and Mrs. Max Vogel and Motel.
from Immokalee, $800 from The local Civil Air Patrol mission has set December 15 'Ill.d1Itr: .. of Rahway, N. J.. and another Co 1, and Mrs. John Hati_..,
Marco and $800 from Everglades Squadron celebrated,along with as the date to gram the (ran* sister of Mrs. Cohan, Mrs. property owners here on ma
other chine ,- cow Rose Vlsnelskl of SayrevUle. Island, returned to the Orlando
I helped swell the campaign units throughout the nation .
total. the 23rd birthday of the e N. JH visited the home of the Air Force ease last Friday]
organization. City Council has taken stepsto Sidney Hubschmans on Pelican after five days of fishing ani

Abbas A. Manll, represent- Insure the fresh water sup- ; ; : Street last week. They hada relaxing at the Isles of Capri
Ing the Ministry of Agrlcultvre ply and has authorized a studyof Iti .1 wonderful time and loved the Fishing Lodge. I
A local chapter of the American -
from the Near East State possible salinity damsIn weather The bookmobile will be here]
of Iran, was In the county this! Field Service was organized Gordon River, and the sink- Mrs. 1.. L. Loach's sister, next Wednesday.
during The obJect
week surveying all phases of ing of a dozen or more test Mrs. Harry Henderson of Arlington -
of the
farm operations. new organization is wells Va., Is spending some
to participate In exchange Of e 0 .... .. time with the Loaches.
students with -
The harvest of winter vegetables better foreign The It appears the County and the Spending last Friday with the Baptists Holding
Is rapidly reaching a will understanding City in a joint effort may get ONE OF NAPLES' NEWEST cooperate residence apartment houses L. L. Loathes were Mr. and
peak in the county,with toma- group foreign student attempt to to the bring local a federal funds to acquire lands is la Tour Rlvagr, in The Moorings facing the Gulf. The crescent Mrs Gene! Hudson Columbus s, Week Of Prayer"A
toes leading the list and bringing high school for parks and recreation areas. shaped building, designed by Morton Ironmonger of Fort Lauderdale Ohio.
good prices on the market, City Manager Vince Wood and will contain in units and two penthouse apartments and is being Col. Cecil Cupps has as his week of prayer" for th<
e S. Commission Chairman Dewey built by Frank Rooney, Inc, George Guy, one of the developers, estimates guests this weekCol. and Mrs. j foreign million Is hero;
The Gainesville engineering Everglades residents are Polly are in contact with the la Tour Rivage will be ready for occupancy toward the end of William Connors and sonG regg. I scheduled by the First Baptist
firm of Black Crow and Elds pushing strongly for a "Wel- Open Space Land Division of February There is a model apartment Available for inspection now. The Connors were formerly of C Church with dally services beln!
ness has been authorized by come Station" at Camestown. the Federal Housing and Home (NEWS photo) Mtcon.Ga.but are being transI I held In the auditorium.
the CotI'1tJCommll.lon make The County Commission has Finance Agency. fered to the Pentagon shortly The following are service
a second survey for the salln learned that secondary road 1 Col. Connors and Col. Cupps !times: and themes tonight at
funds cannot be used to build Attorney Ralph W, Carson a-- t Sheriff Confers were stationed together before '7:30, "We Follow In his Train"by
the Rev. and Mrs. Robert
the station, and other methodsare was killed In a head-on crash ; "BU; Col. Cupps' retirement Martin and Mr and Mrs. W. Roy
The Musichausen being sought. A delega- with a truck loaded with sand, With Last Wednesday night the Smith; Thursday at 10 a.m. ,
tion of about 15 Everglades rev on the North Trail. 4 AttorneysOn Connors and Col Cupps were "Children of the King", conduct.
irMIellr sidents appeared before the from the I.. I.. Loaches' dinner td by Mrs. James Walker; and
Commission at Tuesday's The 1935 Nobel peace prize ::: : By RAE WEAR Rights Case guestS Friday at 10 a.m., "We Have
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plaifl _.. ,,,... .,. .. n
meeting was awarded to Carl von Ositetzky -"" "" -.ataralauDick -w- The Isles of Capri Marina Come to Worship Him", by Mrs
fkrbllhlnsor.IM honors be. PHILADELPHIA, Miss (AP) and Motel Is presently under Joltne Coxey.
see a German pacifist, Full military were was a member, and assisted
stowed December 4 Sheriff Lawrence Balmy and the of Al Taw, Previous services were heldon
Christmas trees are arriving who was a prisoner of the Friday by Fort Myers John WilkinsonPost management
on Richard A, Valpey who died No. 38. Leglonalre Fred Deputy Cecil Price confer with who 1s doing extensive remod Monday and Tuesday on the
In Naples, indicating Old Santa Nazis. In 1937, Hitler issueda Decem. attorneys today on the eve of a themes: "Without Christ
_diehtu"fu' suddenly on Wednesday, Durre was chaplain the color slog They
Is on his way. A truck load decree in which he called ber C. His body was found bearers were Dick ; Evans and hearing for them and 19 other Have No King" by Mrs Charles
Plane of trees from New York State this award an Insult to Ger beside his bicycle on Van Buren Dell Bobbins, while Jim Sword white men charted In connection IT'S COLD UPTHERE ,Leonard, and, this morning
arrived in Naples, recently, many and forbade Germansto Street In Fort Myers around 3:30 and Art Tolp served as color with the killing of three clv. The Paul Chicago, 'Herald the King," presented by
ONLY 195M DOWN still bearing patches of stow Patrolm.nCUntBusbel. U rights workers. Peelings Mrs. James Walker.
Nobel a m. by guard and honor guard The
accept prize At at ilL, stopped at the Isles of
a preliminary hearing All members
Services were held at the Harvey firing squad was comprised of are urged to at.
give your Y Funeral Home in Fort Myers, Don Trow, George Critean, John nearby Meridian Thursday, the Capri Marina and Motel last t end u many services as DOS.ilble. .
:: :: :: 'm !
'IIlnp'o justice .
Inclu.l'n.:. tor under with interment In the Memorial Kauffman, Tommy Reahard, Bob Department must show week for a couple of days stay :
Imoni 4 sheaf mu.lclGi"a
your family the wendtrlul NAPLESMIAMI Gardens Cemetery, with the Rev Hashbarger, Pat Pattison and U.S. Commissioner Esther Car. before returning home. Several
world Plnifort"of music piano tits by new Gulbr.ns.nIdial M May FLY W. Eric Dance officiating. Pete Petersen.The ter enough evidence to continue days before their planned departure Cost of removing I litter
charges against the Zl until a
for your home. apartment Graveside Military Services pall bearers were Harry they phoned Chicagoto j from[ national I parks and
or mobllt home.You'll were conducted by the Bonita Huttenbrock, O. J. Renegar, Bill grand jury hears the cases.Informed see how their friends and j forests of the US. amounts
10 wail olIO l b.|lnr receive.rt court* compute. under Springs American Legion John Werner, Amel Rameteln, Frank FBI's Information sources will said be made the relatives were They were I to $2 million annually
eiipert Instructor, Insuring I Year Round Daily Schedule Murphy Post No 303, of which Nllan and Leo WiUette. .
complete' know lad,a of your now available to Diet Atty W. HJohnson .
'Plnelore" plane Dick was 42, and Is survivedby r
for possible tate murder
To Hart your muilcel llbrery, Naples To Miami his parents with whom he
and alt
conspiracy charges
tit 00 credit .
you'll receive a resided at 4017 Edgewood Avenue
fowerdt your fevonto music be 7,45A.M. 1 11,30A.M. 3.45P.M. Dr. John Reed er the hearing. BOOKS
It folk:, classical I l, Fort Myers, Mr. and Mrs.
The 21 arrested last
popular or country 4 wao'anALL Arthur L. Valpey and one brother were
THIS' TOTAL FOR !ONLY KM Miami To Naples Preaches HereDr. Arthur L. Valpey, Jr. of week Nineteen In a were sweeping charged FBI raid.with ARE GIFTS TO BE OPENED

ttt down 4 under ISO monthly) 9.00AM.; 2,15P.M. 5.00P.M. John A. Reed, directorfor Saudi Arabia,who arrived In tine violating the rights of Michael
CenvertioM the department of church for the funeral. Schwerner, Andrew Goodman MORE THAN ONCE!
loos U iy plat U the work building campaigns for the Board .
The Musichausen
NAPLES and James Chaney, who disappeared ,; n, .
lof National Missions of thePr *
Don Nol.haueen, proprietor :: AIRLINESNaples byterlan Church; occupied the J>od, aroyt; ,.i Kilmer, ,while months in ago Neshoba while working County on five a I r t. JIIN -.,'. 1 .
(Hidden behind Naples Flower. Alrpert Coxonrn I MiamI 1 Airport pulpit at the First Presbyterian serving as a sergeant with civil rights project. SONG & STORY SHOP
elf Avenue Not 4 the Trail) Church here Sunday. Dr Reed New York's "Fighting 68th"
MI Z-UJ4 NB 44811 Two other men were charged
Regiment t. was killed in
MI IJ30J will also
preach here again next
Quality Service Knowledge City Ticket effke NaPle! Travel Ageecy 4 Caesars Sunday, December 13. France on July 30, 1918 with laying criminal. knowledge of the 659 5th Ave So MI 2.2520

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Vi planning to attend a Christmasgathering ."j+ I
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day evening. al.>nc..tth represent
taiive from other chapters In h
By JANE MARTIN Southwest Florida l nr
The meeting which will hi
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Hall beginning at 1 p.m,
happy birthday to anniversary congratulations
will be keynoted tn address
and you have the makings for a happy, happy by William c Ht.h\, national
party. This was the case Saturday evening when Mr executive dtrvdoi ot the organU
ration. Prior (o the appointment
and Mrs. Herbert Doerr entertained. It being their 50th i to his present pnsttlen, Fitch

wedding anniversary, and Sunday Mr Doerr's birthday served aa director of the
they invited 20 friends for cocktails at their home on Stan on Aging In I the Depart.
meet of Health, Education
Spyglass Lane, later taking their guests to the PiccadillyPub and Welfare He I I. a memberof ,
for dinner. I the advisory board of "Come _
bad:, 11MUlk'\(."
The Doerrs' daughter, Mrs. James Crowder, was refreshments and

here from Philadelphia for the occasion, and Mr. George price will also be on the pro.

Gory, a friend of long standing, joined the party from gram .r

Fort Myers.Mr. BEAMS ARE GOING TT on the sanctuary: of the nw Central Baptist The Naples. Chapter under

and Mrs. Arthur Lundeen, of Coral Gables, spent Church on Sea Gate Drive. At right may be seen the Sunday School the meet direction every third of Tuesday Frank Blair even.

the weekend at the Beach Club. Mr. lundeen Is well building which ill presently being used' for church services. RtO (Ar at Emmanuel Lutheran Churvh
Mcfollum is the pastor. Arnold Glazier of Bonita Spring is the builder' on Bow Una Drive. There are
known In banking circles Still In his very early forties he (NEWS photo) almost 100 members in Naples 1WILLIAM

heads three banks on the east coast. -- who are affiliated with the national .

Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. James Bell gave a aasoclatlon. Anyone B5
party for the lundeens Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard and Animal Lovers years of age or over, retiredor
Dear Get Out not Is welcome to Join the V
Howard Sharp. After cocktails at the Bell home on Rum Hubby: group. Further Information maybe

Row they had dinner at the Port Royal Beach Club. Send SympathyTo MI B.2598Collier secured by calling Blair at

moved Mr.Into and the Mrs.Carriage Larry Club.Dow of Mr.Roanoke Dow's brother Va. recently, Neal Of That Sack (Please?) LBJ Family

I. Dow, will bring their 90-year-old mother, Mrs. Frederick WASHINGTON (AP) AM. CountyHas

Dow down from Winter Park for a holiday visit. By CHARLOTTE DURNOA wife walk several miles s day mal lovers from 1 to 70 have
recent column on the tender..She'd probably appreciate s hot: written to President Johnson 34 StudentsAt
ENGAGEMENT loving care of the breadwinner cup of coffee right now. and hit family by the hundreds
Sunday at cocktail in Grosse Pointe Mich., has caused many comment and No decent wife expect her unto extend sympathy on the
a party even a few threat from certain band to cook dinner and wash the I 1 death of the Whit House beagleoil U, Of Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Mitchell announced the engage wivea. In think It's only right dishes, but she might love y > puppy named Her.
ment of their daughter, Suzanne, to Neil Brown. The, the fairer sex be given equal more if you offered ones About 400 letters have com In Thirty Jour student from Col. C FITCH
Another thing, don't wait until, since Her County are Included In the -
space. Of course, I realise Her died almost two
wedding will take place February 20th. .Neil Is the son I I run the risk of looking for the next baby arrive or the Gold' week ago Included were about trimester total of 15,701 enrolled
of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Brown Galleon Drive formerlyof another place to stay when this en anniversary. to give herflowera. 300 offers of clop or other ant. at the University of Florida at School Chlldrro i h. tuChrlstmaxCiiol i II,
Grosse Pointe. comes into print, but s woman A single rose delivered '' mall even a calf Gainesville, University tpoke Christmas Tree ; imging, J' MJ).
has her rights too, you know. by the florist will work w On.> Her and Kim, brother and men said today. or Archie Turf ,n pulNlhs swiii i,
The Browns' daughter Dede, arrives tomorrow to Now that the wife ha* learn dens. Can't you Just see her sister belonged to Luc/.the 1'. The roster reflects represen that will brtnj ClirlMtnus II l" (Ih,'
be with her parents until the first of the year. ed the rules about taklngthe roll. blossoming under this treatment, year.o\d\ daughter of the Freel. lotion from each of Florida's Again Going Up center of town. The gnih ,n,'

The N. L. Wallingfords are missing from the local era out of her hair, how about MOW, a* a final step, otter to i dent. Johnson showed delight" In a? counties, as well u 48 Of corated tree will tom>> uii,
you husbands dragging yourselfout babytlt for her while she goes to i walking them around the White the 50 United States, and Is an At Four CornersThe with lights and will remain hi, hi.
scene. They have deserted Naples for an indefinite stayIn of the sack: and putting on the the halrdreaser. Bhe'U never Rouse lawn, and they received increase of 891 student over ed throughout Ill, nnii\ s.' < ,. 'n n,
Carmel, Cal. coffee pot for HER one morning? stop loving you for this,and wlth, widespread publicity when he the 1903 total.N.lchborlnr. Four Corner will again D. 0, Mi-dun, pre li1<'ul i
Mr. and Mrs. Butler Cox have also left Naples. They It you've already gone this far out a doubt, shell eom.bracr\Jlc\ held hem up by their ears Lee County has have for the a festive' Holiday spirit Naples Federal eq>laim: .'WI'fell ''
a little more won't hurt. Break. to me that she has the beet hu wallowed a stone the day sent lit student to Gainesville, season Friday at that Nupleii needed 4 l''"MIL
usually a few weeks each fall at their Kona Kai eafter 7JO p m. Maple Federal Is*. Christmas f'n, all '
manage fast In bed, maybe Reallymost band In towAnd I Thanksgiving and died. and 22 are there from Char. munlty ** '
apartment, but this year they were here just a week. The wives don't care for breakfast In If I'm still looking for s place to owe hare a beagle, too, ao we lotte County. Ing and Loan Association will the folk who live here yell i
Coxes left Marblehead Mass. bed at all They'd rather have stay, I might even be Inclined to tied a black airing around our While the Mil for Florida turn on (the lights of I 23: fact 'round, and being on (he F,"
to return to Neck .
Monday ,
you shave and shower before agree with her.Grace .'. collar and will keep It registration Jumped, non.Florl. tree.A Corner, this one will be seen hI
and hope to be back later in the winter. making the first appearance. And on tor 10 days to show da student dropped from I,3M special ceremony U planned everybody passing through tnwn!
And Mr. and Mrs. Arthur' Reis are also planning toleave for goodness sake, get rid of that mourning," I.year.old Dean to 1.M6. for the occasion with everyone during this happy, Mm n' y..ar
sloppy robe you've been wearing Lutheran Lone In Me Henry, nu, wrote the New York' 291 students .head Invited. George fl but will be back the Gulf Shore Club lead Lake Park
at Colony his
for years, will ya? Let me tell White Rowe the list of ouloI.taters. with Elementary event."

soon after the first of the year. They leave the 1 15th for you right here, the lady of the In the careful hand of a child, 177 from Georgia and lad from ,......,..,,,,....,," ," ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Hingham, Mass house would alto rather see you Ladies Guild In on lined paper, Joanne Long of New Jersey next In line Call. .
Garlands Tree Ornament Chandeliers
with three dabs of hair cream Markeaan Wit., wrote that her fornla, Incidentally, la among -
On the plus side People arrive every day for the than looking Uke S shaggy dog Christmas family had named two Angus the leader on the non-Florida Beatrix Potter Figurines
winter season including such regulars as Mr. and Mrs. on the weekends.And Party calve after the Johnaon bea. Hat with 47 students, four more' Toys Garnet Stocking Situ tars

Richard Carmel. They spent the summer in Nutley, N. J., have you ever thought The Ladle Guild of the Grace (I... than last year. Service
Hour On
about how tired she gets of hear Lutheran Church held their "Ill send you our calf named The enrollment Includes IO.M3 24 Imprint "
with a few short trips to the Cape. And en route to tag Iou complain about your tl. lar monthly meeting and Christ regu. Her to you If you like. But you male students and 4,433 women Our Wide Se'ectjpn' t! of.

;Naples they visited in Greensboro, N. C. The Carmefs lerglea all the time? You don't mu party last Friday at the may not want her on the white. In addition to these/ on-campus It 1. i L; ChrlftnWcar{ ''will be living on Nelson's Walk where they have taken',.'dare Your?' wife has been Ir.a/1nnou church en' Banyan Boulevard fcnuse wrote (ale) lawn," Joanne,figures off.campus, another courMi'throuirtrfiwGraduate : 314 'ere Ultng" ........'y.. S' ,t- I

the Lombard Squires' house until April first. much and Mr. Delay Cower, president, 'VI
with loving care, taking I conducted the Laurie Kay Meacham of Seat Engineering Edurs. 1'01" Tat' ,
Into consideration that this it the session. tie, Wash., wrote that the had lineal System ( ENESYS) that is Crayter
RETURN TO fcUCCANEER gal that you prom lied to love, Devotions were read by Mr. eight hamsters and would like now operational In several I cities Care Hid,. "at-the-cove" Ml tuna
This is the fourth winter In Naples for Mr. and Mrs. honor, and cherish, why dont you Lorraine McKay. Mrs. Esther to send Lurl one. Margaret De. In the state.
start by sweeping! her off her Henntng presented ''D Began laney, 7, of Oak Park, HI., wnal..
Owen Hulse and the fourth time they have taken an in Bethlehem" --- --'-- '
feet when you come home in the the story of that the had renamed her ....
apartment at the Golfing Buccaneer for a four months evening? She probably won't Christmas, during which mem. gle Her so ou can come to see
be the tame for day after this bell joined In singing carols her and I will come to see "
stay. The rest of the year Mr. and Mrs. Hulse live In you "
to toe
little how of affection. Alter she appropriate Scripture The White Douse has declinedall ','
Chicago.Mr.. get conditioned to this, suggest ,.ra... offers of pets, following a 0' 1
and Mrs. Richard Prann and Mrs. Prann's mother fixing her s drink. According During the meeting a new re. policy eel sons after Johnson l
to statistic, the average hou... frlgerator for the church ..ltcl.n \. became President 0
Mrs. Hubert took weeks drive :
Toppin, a leisurely two was presented The purchaseof Tuesday after again eiplaln. O
to Naples from Essex Conn. The Pranns return north I the refrigerator has been a Inc the policy, U returned a fe.
this week while Mrs. Toppin stays on until spring. 'yearlong project for the group male beagle puppy sent by C. O 0
Thomas Dawson 1 was announced that dona
After their home Newtonville Mass. D. Hollsteln of Ruahvllle, Neb.
closing In lions for the children's Sunday
ft sent Hollsteln s picture of the
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lishon went to New York City where, School! party to be held on Dec. President and (he two beagles "n
they were joined by junior Lishoni, of Philadelphia, for Top Airman In ember tOth at the church, may tit.
elm be made to Mrs. Pat Green 704 FIFTH AVI, SO.NAPLES1 ,
a few days over the Thanksgiving holiday. The Lishoni I SAC or Mrs McKay,

are now in their Mansion House apartment. Squadron A Christmas contribution laMing Infant MorganThe

Mrs. Lucile Westbrook of Shreveport La.,, sent to Betheeda Lutheran (
formerly Home for Mentally Retard.d Infant daughter of Mr. and NEWEST FASHION SHOP
will be moving Into the Royal Palm soon. For the present Children In Watertown.Wls. Mrs. James I, Morgan, of Little

she and her daughter Vickl, are in her parents' home onCoatlBUed t ionsln.: Members also brought Farms, died yesterday In Naples T .
i mall gifts to be sent to a form Community Hospital Besidesher \
( OB pigs 10) ir member of the Guild, Mrs. parent, she Is survived by Announces Its Opening I
Juth Ptulln, now of Zellenople, her paternal grandparent, Mr.
4 Pennsylvania and Mr*. Armon Morgan ttNapie
Hostesses for the meeting were : *.
..r.. McKay and Mr*. Bobble Oravealde services were held THURSDAY DEC. 9 '
1a41iofU toerr, ITo I this morning In Naples Memorial >4
r Garden with the Carl O. HodgeaFuneral
li x S vary wmitr'a uaual waldorf Chapel making the
salad. add atrip ofSwUe ch.i.*. arrangement,

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GijU Outstanding Airman of the Month Msrvell end Rkhfow pins,

la his Strategic\ Air Command .kteceleH, watches, tleulc pearl J REGISTER; : FOR ..'n.II'HIZES; :
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Hearts In The Right Place 1 StFE ER '\o"fi ;:' ', .. Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
/ {,1 )'. :. WASHINGTr()
,--:: 'it If the Red Chinese and their! African proteges su"' ()""]]
One again Collier Countians! have the friendly rivalry that usually exists between '1.' turn to guerrilla in the Congo heartbreaking that i'<,'unircan

shown that their hearts are "in the rightplc neighboring towns. It is to be ;\I become another long-drawn-out The g vu, Nan
clear. government
: The signs are already arum 'jJt'a,
/ by putting the Greater Naples/ hoped that this animosity has faded com headed by its white shock troops, can move almost amuiut,

United' Fund Drive over its goal by more pletely away as this newspaper has so r.S ,' in the Congo at will. But as these units move on thli, ( ,Jr

than 120 per cent .. ': munist-sponsored forces move in behind them ,\ t,,u ?
urged .
then captured again
r recaptured
This Is a feat of more than pasting Nothing would please us more thanto I There Is no military' force In the Congo able to occup thi

significance when one considers that name every person In every communi country and no local constabularies strong enough to proter

many communities can't even meet their ty that participated in the United Fund I rural towns against attacks by Red Irregulars
I repeatedly
As villages and towns are reoccupied b\ ir,
quotas much less exceed them by any effort, but that 'is patently impossible, Communist forces villagers and tribesmen tend to bump( ,.,

thing approaching 120 per cent. It will Instead, let us name just those who spearheaded ', convinced ol the impotency of the government troops

be Interesting to see if the local accom the drive In each community and ,; ..',.t'Lacy THE KILLING OF WIIITES CONVINCES the native

plishment Isn't just about the best In the extend a mass salute to the good volunteers t I \ tr.Iv rorlsti of the strength of Communists who have! egeethem te

nation. who trampled the streets and rung on. It also impresses \illagers
The drive goal of $70,388 to y Moreover each time the government troops move bar
support doorbells This latter group deserves e into an area. the Red underground notes which men an

10 participating agencies has been exceeded great deal l more credit that it will be possible women co-operate with government.. These cooperatorare (

by over $15,036 with $800 to give them. LP then marked for assassination or torture

coming from the Marco-Goodland area, C. J. "Chuck" Copley served ably as noticed There in killings the headline of local reports African of the Congolese torture go and largth killing( ur c

$200 from Everglades, and a whopping campaign chairman, George Powell as __ r1Lp American Belgian and other western hostages

$15,328 from Immokalee. Of the latter drive president, aided by Earl Hodges If this intermittent terror continues men and women II i
these Congo towns and villages! will turn to the Communistfor !
sum, $10,000 has been specifically earmarked E. George Rogers, Jack Nicholson and a "protection." believing the government cannot Melt

for Naples Community Hospital, host of others. them. This is what has happened in many places in SOUl!

an indication that residents of that community In Everglades, Mayor Cecil Drake Viet Nam

are cognizant of their basic responsibility headed the drive; In Marco and Good. THE SITUATION' IS RIPE for the Communists Over mud!

for the migrant workers who land it was Mrs. T. Kelly Gantt and R. A."Grlts" of the Congo native peoples recognize no loyaltv to thi,

have Griffis in Immokalee' Anthony central government. Much of the interior is occupied bl
medical for ;
given treatment feuding tribes. Clever Communist agents can keep mud,
which they were unable to pay "Tony" Rosbough and William "Bill" of the Congo In turmoil by playing on the hatred ol om

That Everglades, Marco, Goodland, Price sparkplugged the truly impressive group (for another
effort 'fIroK.s: With large areas In turmoil the Communists are free t..
that resulted In the record
contribution -
Immokalee and other communities have build local lied governments in the boondocks

seen fit to join so wholeheartedly in the from residents of that community.We The Chinese Communists have made Africa a major

drive Is also an indication that closer cooperation feel we can speak for every Col ', ".)\. ?;:: ;
between all the communitiesIn lier Countian in extending deep appreciation organizers

the county can possibly be expectedIn to all those who aided In making The THE SITUATION' IV THE CONGO is far from hopeless

the future. It Is known among old- possible the outstanding success of the Best of BoyleBY p Oplein The underground war is young and the Reds don't yet ham'
the foothold they have in Viet Nam. They don't have thi
timers that In the past there has been 1964 United Fund Drive, and this cer HAL BOYLE th e.c advantage of a strong neighboring base

some animosity existing between Naples tainly Includes the "Indians" as well as -. : Quick action by the United States can be effective First

and other communities that went beyond the "Chiefs. NEW YORK (AP) How can left a needle it's a wife. If it: t 1WASHINGTON news priorities.I, Train. picked Congolese civilians to be efficient admlnl

you tell the sexes apart can't remember an annlveraa* trators, county agents and rural school teachers.
It's They have become more and ry, It's a husband 2, Teach selected Congolese troops to be efficient guerrilla
I 'Way Over Our HeadWe more alike, u the result of the By these signs you can usuallY (AP) .. fighters and civil guards.
modern cult of togetherness, the tell a him from a her. That's not an engagement ring 3. Make certain that the rudiments self-rule democrat

only feel safe in forwarding one in the setting of salinity lines and must campaign for equal rights, and On the other hand, U It wears>: on the third finger of Lynda are brought to the towns and villages so the people Hill have I
observation about the line the present passion for confer toreador pants, It may be eithera Bird Johnson's left hand.In something to fight for
salinity problem depend on expert advice, too. mlty. young lady or a bull fighter response to questions the The Communists are not going to stand still or fold up
now being pondered by County Since the proper placement of the Recently I listed some rsmalnlng And If it wears skirts above the i press office of Mrs. Lyndon B. and fade away after a few military defeats,

Commissioners we don't envy them salinity line is of vital the difference between the knees, it could be either a young; Johnson said Tuesday the 20.
Importance to MX that would enable a close lady or a visitinggcdaman.Sometimes year-old daughter of President
the job. future of the area without fresh water student of the subject to teU one you Just can't be i Johnson wears a heavy signet

Determining where the line shouldgo the area wouldn't be nearly so attractive from the other. Since then a sure. The gender of the sexes Is type ring on her right hand.
in order to assure protection of theerea's number of readers have sent In getting more mysterious every 1 When she shakes hands frequently The World Today
to prospective residents the final decision I
suggestions on other ways that year. the ring hurts her fingers .
fresh water sources, and still not will be of more than passing interest the sexes are differentiated and she switches it to her B ? JAMES MARLOWE

cause hardship to those property owners to every Collier Countian. although no one knows how long left hand. Atseclette' Press New Analyst
this will
who need to dig canals in order to develop We freely! admit that we know nothing Here are a few you may find BARBSBY LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac.
their land, Is like trying to find a about the of helpful tress Dorothy Malone, 38, divorced WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.J. see we shall be living In a work1!
proper placement salinity If It HAL COCIIRAN French actor Jacques W. Fulbrlght has a habit of of diverse and often conflicting
complains bitterly about
needle in a haystack blindfolded. lines. It would help the situation Its luck while winning In a poker Studies show that medically Bergerac, 37, and was awarded making statements which rub Interests and Ideologies"

To the best of our knowledge, no appreciably if some others would do like. game, It Is a man. If It bums to unfit drivers are an important custody of their two children against the American grain for And he added: "I do not thin&
member of the commission Is experienced Itself when It Is 23 cents aheadIn factor in hlghway:.accldents- door Monday after a 12-<1ay closed, for a time them., and he gels criticized there Is reason for despair I hthis

in the delicate art of determining wise.We a gin rummy game, It is a Wonder if that includes trial. state of things. Comprofl
They are not
can only reiterate that we do not woman. "sick. comedians? LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor selfrighteousstatements mlses often turn out to be very)
where a salinity line should be estab- for he Is an examln. much more tolerable than ;the
envy commissioners their |lob and offer If It takes exercises to takeoffa Victor Mature has been accusedIn er of the American )
lished. This means they must depend on this one suggestion Gentlemen. pot belly, It la a middle ed The shakeup in the I $1,175.000 damage suit of; and self-consciousness conscience seem when they are being made
you ere male. U It gives up desserts In Kremlin be simmering falsely representing that he intended a gadfly and victories even more often
the advice of the
many "experts" In this facing a serious problem. Its solution is order to remove weight from down, but it't a safe bet to work in a movie In world.on this country's view of the turn out to be bitter disappoint'ments. '.

particular field and the woods seem to vitally Important to your constituents. around the hips It Is a middle Khrushchev .is still all shook order to get a free trip to Eu. Nor his Democracy Itself U built
orlgl. on this view of human nature"
be full of them, including many Individuals Please consider what will aged female "P- rope. nal In the sense of
result proposing
He this
If It likes to burn steaks in the Producer Sidney Pink who suggested country try
who wouldn't know a salinity lineif if you make a hasty or bad decision. backyard until they turn to filed the suit In Los Angeles, something new or unheard of. to build bridges to the various

it came up and hit them in the face. Then vote honest convictions charcoal It Is a husband. If It Monday, alleges Mature accept Rather he acknowledges realties !, countries of communism but
no that
has to clean up the ness after ed a round being talked not to Red China until some dayIts ;
the of lrlp ticket
To best knowledge the with the
our matter whose about or justifies
ox be I policies that
gored. .
may ward, It Is a wife. r- understanding he was to report fanatics disappear and It
property owners also are Inexperienced Does It hold an umbrella over .:,.,, "( to Madrid last July 8. The com. exist scale but on a small or hesitant ceases aggression and subver.
itself? Put It down u a lady. ; plaint says that when Mature don but he would vary the
At times he is
Does it hold an umbrella over Think of all the lives that arrived In France, he went on to American a Added tart critic of. kind of bridges, depending 0(1
the one it Is with?Mark him u 'would be saved if all teen. London. He finally was induced his statements policy togeth.er the particular Communist coun
are the
a gentleman I j agers drove with care instead to show up In Madrid but de. most among try."The
otliers U It hates to remove Its hat In f with manded, the thoughtful coming out ofAmerican building of bribes," he
say I JTlMCll'pID( PROM' OTHIR PUIUCATIONS. public life, even if
the theater, It Is feminine If it j j agers. that a friend be hired as a dou. said, "means nothing more than
they are not all
hales to remove its hat in a adopted. the opening of normal contacts

crowded elevator, it la mucu. In the last fiscal year, ble.Pink said he met this and oth. ocrat Fulbrlght and chairman an Arkansas of the Dem.Sen. and communications across" i
revenue agents 6,198 er demands until chasm of misunderstanding.
line.When put ate's
Foreign Relations Com.
Lyrics of the Road you sea It help an old bootleggers out of business. Mature had no Inten. mlttee This country has already
made another talk
The Burma-Shave sign Is joining the finest poem In the American language: lady across the street you can But many others are work tlon of working day at Dallas, this time about done, and Is doing, that although .
wall of steam l locomotive, the be sure II Is a Boy Scout. When ing still.The not on a feverish scaleSo
the NEW
cry YORK AP .
( ) Dr. bridges to the Communist
Within" thU vale it here was
again Fulbrlgtit
your doorbell and asks
of "Mark Twain" from the bow of a Frank Stanton, president of the world.
Of Toil and Sin how only obvious but in a
and the about of the many boxes of cookies do stating the
atsrnwhreler Your heed froiot bald you want, It Is a Girl Scout. unabridged dictionary Columbia Broadcasting System It was not popular for him common sense way
relic of outmodedtransport.
wagonmaiter ai a But not chin.BumsShave. contains about proposes a uniform 24 Jiour vot. during the I 1981 Berlin crisis to '.
There's no place for the little your If it frets about losing Its hair, oil the He said It la this counlr,
lyrics of the open road on a tuperhlf I It Is a man. If U frets about lowing words in the language--except with tog day all for polls national elections and, blameless say the Wed was not entirely "crusading tendency, so noblein

WI,. Will It someday be joined by an electric I Its looks, It Is a woman. the one dad uses closing simultaneously opening through the German for Soviet pressure on Intent, so potentially oestruc.tive :.
However the nation' attic, the Smith. sign that rye: "No Smoking Pl..... U It can't remember where Itw. when he slips on junior's out the country. He said at City In Its consequences, that we
the tlmej "We bear
Ionian Initiation, la preserving the on.'llt.n Your Beat Belts"?-A'eui YorkGive roller kate Stanton made must guard against In our relylions
,,.. ,, ..,. his .ucr.stlonTue.day heavy responsibilities for the Communuworld.
that Alexander VYoollcott called the Hrol4 fnb"lII """" "" '". ""'""'" ',00" '" with the
...jlrJfn( Rd: .. .' ::1-\-;\ '$\ ,. .1: to BOO life Insurance stupidities of this situation, ."
executives at the annual meet. which_1 Into.!my, _shame as It is_ to
010 NOC., R ACK Ing of the Institute of Life Insur. wi/un in use west certainly! it
I 1[ :TI I i-\cll1'l\ }J /u41 AOC uRn"" CCAu once, was not Just the fault of the; NEWS

P. 0. A Hand .-t.'Il"ItD.OOtA." LONDON (AP) Princess.; Russians" FROr
Anne left the hospital today aft.er The Russians then were d..
ACROSS 26.Undb' .. I 1"I K 0 0 0 It t. 0 : manding division WASHINGTONASSOCIATED
treatment for a cracked boneIn permanent of
The Christmas rush brings avery during the Christmas rush when an I Support turbid t I.IA N. o R t w... the little finger of her right Germany and Allied abandonment puss

old quote to mind : "Neither ever increasing avalanche of mail 6 the Hone silkworm or S2. Put tens W' N. R t S tAT 442 hand. of Berlin. They didn't get t

of the ending t N 'T A I I. L O. w t t. Queer Elizabeth's 14.year.old(, what they anted and adjusted I SMMOeMMHriMBMSMMM
mow nor rain, nor heat, or gloom moves though postal system. 11 Cloth SS Mans to the '
... G fit I D. L t L V daughter caught her finger In a reality that they couldn \.
night stays these couriers from the The Post Office Department has moth genus 34: Slnnllea rein while riding a horse Toes; The Allies themselves had I WASHINGTON (AP) The
12 Tarried MOT H t R S EN. t..
awift completion of their appointed several new tools to use in this 39. Confront day at her school In Kent. made concetstona to the Russian Labor Department says labor
Fntll 41. Tatar A G .5t: A. ION t ,12 r. D In lisa troubles during October caused
rounds" said by the Greek ear' mail service. The most important 16. Miss Mis. 1
This was ) 2. Collide ti .: Berlin the greatest loss at
[ I fit Eo i \ S I. t L l ; In short, both sides be. of man-day
historian Herodotus in the Fifth Is the new ZIP Code and Icyaceessy, F.alealone Mt t T. 1'1' tit. A A II < i Cn years ago to accommodate: wort e M million lnce Na

Century B. C., but It is still true of transportation distribution system 17. Employers U ShIpworm thetnaelvea to the realization I vember IBS.
18. Uarloee7 Promulgate SOLUTION or YIJTIHOAT'l rUZZll that The month
neither aide can compel the, also saw 924,000
the postal service.However that came into being with the 49 More re- :y4I.V..J. eJ'1IenS/on. other to submit to Its will with, workers Idled by strikes _the
Postmaster Clyde P. Zoning Improvement Plan (ZIP). 20. n lrad.'n 2 HarauedJ T Capllchl"If out a war which would annlhl. largest number la five years.

Etkkney recently added this Postmaster Stickney U urging ) S0. Solid 4. Mirth Pineapple' monkey THE.COILIW. COUNTY NEws late both. Their problem then,, The government attributed
21 AdJIIII.ble Sl Wrorpy 8 'Ilatlle .5. ..Ii.e ,."ch... ,,_ Is to learn almost threWourths of the
thought : "While it U true that bad everyone to use the five digit numbers 24 Dnant DOWN 5, Klndofembroidery Ihellef2S N... .....rt._ H. II !"'1"04 This to live together. month's Idleness strike

weather doean't stop the mails, it because in moat cases the code Tao I PI.nt'l t, TIll. age 'ii, '."'i". .bewt r_ __ was. speech the main Tuesday.theme 01'ulbrtlbt' It: against General Motors to the, whist
10 Thratveumenu
certainly can slow them down. cut down the number of time apiece 211 Prleac'1 breathing 6 Word 01 U Pmllmll was certainly not original. But began 18 late September and

Planes off the of mail be handled pore diigUM IS Pagoda his talk was welLreasoned and I continued through October and
can't get ground.switches must e..ee.a.ee. . realistic. Just because tt was, on a reduced scale, Into Noveni.bcr .

on railroad track can which saves time labor and monev. I l j [4 S I' 1 I' y ., r 19.Ftmuinems 54ramenl' COLLIER COUNTY NEWS realistic It wm probably bring .

freeze up trucks must move more lie suggests that even If you don'tknow him some criticism.
the addresses of 0 ; angered a number of peo., WASHINGTON (AP) Rep
slowly and cautiously over high. the code for Pastry HAVtft. AM Iet. [I'. pie last lr
-'l March ,
the whom be sending e If j.r issuing MARSHALL WTATT. MY M*".|M when M sue. transatlantic telephone communications
mailmen you'll 23fo
ways, and In many places people to t ALBERT O. LKA. ..--. SuptDAVIO rested, In effect, that President I via a satellite nu)
s might wish for the warmth of an cards and gift, you should use IT ,I' I' aT AruSdalLn HEMMANSON. Cl...- 0r et"; Johnson stop playing to the g aL, start between Europe and NorU
address MMS. LOUISE DAUB Office hi'Mv1Ye..4 lery In his handling of foreign America M early u next May
Jgloo. Even the Impish Mr. ZIP cant the code on your return lID' ,sage
ti ,' affairs by yielding to "m aye., The Communications
It 01" 28. \lorel Oily. a e$ M.M..M ., the SateUtt
text-day delivery under you should record the codes from the "' M sty of chronic Corp
assure ti. ''N.r. a '.rose II, and exeesaive cau.tloo COMSAT said U a
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these conditions" return addressee of those who are '; ; r 0 iT 39j sbflarermrl ,...../1l'T.rwl. Se.".. Sauln.,..H. .. statement filled Tuesday will
mail SO ...... Fl., W.4.. Mll e44'" ro. O He said them MA* effective trio Federal Conmanlcatiaas
1 'Wh\." you may ask. "doe the writing you. Moving the is a l' IT '" Ii if/IJ.& '/; '/ s a. 1711. foreign ,,.
policy U Commission
hard and the local employes / r// / / "A.mUolJ Y.4...sne Mievey flU tar *n ono re um ttt first sateU
Postmaster this ? tiring Job. terns itself We
bring up }J '//: i'J 1J6J1" UH.Ir..... es.nel N.see.ertNs. more with Inner ln' Ewa u the Early B1r4.
"Simply to let people know that who work so diligently dur ,- / 56 5 . lion abroad than with concilia be launched la March'
there is factor the weather ing this period deserve all the cooperAtion IT of' r ., 57 S en dwk Retie tins at home. B U sometimes U lIIteodtd to hover HJOC
a -
36. Narraeve Sir e rrwr It'' IMIL ..*..*.. <.. cessary for leaders to do BW sites. above fe:, equator over
'bst wi Just can't control," Postmaa. they can get. .J 4# .. .. to Tr oe .*...IIC.. Pleasant and unpopular' things." tIe Cape V.r1It islands 111 till

ter Stickney said "It U Important The postmaster said that shopping ., meatN T Co-*. McMaa na.Si* .....- 17'sirs Row long will this country and I.t1IIIt1c lad Y1U be c.apebli d

that people mailing Christmas card early and using ZIP Code will 7 : Ear. forge M__ a TIle A..suw1e.SKA date eonmunlsm ham to acconmo.themselre transmitting television txe.puaer .
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IS sss..eh..e.Iy >* the Ides telegrams
effort to shop really ZIP into Chrfotma S' s' I".dOlllIlky ... re..54s.tne .< .* *.*.! that and two-rty
put area
grid ffUU make your 0' U leiejatoae
every t6 500'S ,.......M M ..... p.wMV .. going to m s ap conversation,.
cart nd mall early to assure on. mailings -and giTe your mailman w.N a ee AP _wes pear and bath will have to L.. Tet'phar *rvlce will p'".
Pa 'is,.26 "" ... Me by side be
ode N. T ratm Em. se ee.W sI. s ID.N.rw. K lIlY tile Brat .
operation III
time delivery This is especially true hand too. .. P0.5 Ottw M a tes l*. "As far COMBAT
.IC. West CIII... tile futmr fnl.
I symbol "..rt Man*.n.*,. Bright 1IJd. .1Dce: tile gnats
said T.a1ay"u we CM deist are
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6 COlliER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i, flea, Wd, D...__ t, 194
Soviets Cut

Test wu another exchange on the 1. s l
Hot LineOperation
first anniversary of the hot line y
last September Arms Budget t a
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With The hot line was set up duringthe
Kennedy administration laa 1 j r
device for instantaneous j 1
Cultural Ideas emergency communication between $$555 MillionMOSCOW
the Soviet and UJ. heads x
WASHINGTON (AP) The of Mate.President.
Moecow.W (AP) Premier
shlngton hot line hasdev.loped
a sort of cultural exchange Johnson has retained Alexel N. Kosygln announcedtoday
the link and the Defense % a cut of 800 million rUble,
Department said there has been the Sot let 1
In testing the circuit, US $555 million in
no change procedure sauce for IMS
military operators sometimes Union's military budget
the recent Soviet I
lend excerpts from encyclopedl.as governmentturnover and railed on other major pow.
ousted Nlkita
across the 9,200-nnlle Tel. Khrushchev era to follow sUit.
type link to the Soviet capital. premier.There I ti Kosygin told the Supreme Soviet -
Is a great reluctant n a r.fl'BJLANT
And, as Soviet Foreign Minister the Soviet Union's rubber.
the Pentagon to say a"yflunl) i
Andrei stamp parliament, that the So.
A. Oromyko said at
about the not line's
operation .
the United Nation, the Bus. viet cut and an expected r.duc.tlon
The Teletype machines the
at r
dans transmit sections of Ivar of military pending in the
Washington end of the circuitare
Turgenev's first United State "constitute a deft
novel "Notesof
In the tightly guarded "Na:
a Hunter." tional _i nlte positive step toward redu( .
Military Command Center
The OJS. and Soviet operators inc Internattonallenslon.II
in the Pentagon When nee. .
occasionally had exchanged He said the Soviet Union attaches
essary, the link can be extendedto
greetings on special occasions. OVER HFS: 'LTs treat Importance to thefurther
Johnson's ranch or other OIl'( tin Greater) Naples l'nttt'd Fund cam.
They swapped Happy New places the President may be. paign, Ipltflf'rof! (thr fund paused! at the luncheon Tuesday noon at reduction of the milltan
Year wishes for 1964 and there budgets of the big nations.
the Holula\ Inn to lomnnnt the
upon gpnit of jfinuositv public The new Soviet premier said
spirit! which they found prevailing throughout tin uiuntFiom left the military budget next year
mi SELF PARKING fOX SOO CAftSfMmorcj'a ate! Earl G, Hodges, co-<.:hHil'mltll of the Him : George E, Powell, will total 12.8 billion rubles, or
Mt FUNderfuResortMot*/" president of the United Fund : Gen, Charles E Juntf, honorary drive 12.9 per cent of all government
Dle.re'Cleln. MOMS 0' rH' 'AMOIiSAnt. chairman ; and Charles J. Copier, chairman of the 10hJ! drive which expenditures, as against 14.S

..,.... bIa[ITt mfi! went over the top, making a national record for tinted giving, Mem- per cent in 1964. FOR :Mr( : -11- I : I 1.1 .111.\i 1 1 ,' hi'crhrtchildren ( i iM i
IOURiS beta of the United Fund Board will discus what should be done with The military budget In 1964 \ "I'I :\1 II, I 1-, I I' I :c.v' fir Ball.i tintrigtietl
totaled 13.3 billion rubles and
lOO the surplus at their meeting December 16 (NEWS photo) was 600 million rubles less than ) cc ,lPh, }l, (tl"" ", '\Ia, I IS" iii (tl hi. 1t16n! cUlcn) !: I

1963. Western officials contend gin ..n them i (i\, ]. II ,..tl F1.hcc I I d..t I I tent seui, .
Af Ask Site Near the state title to 20 acres inside director of the Board of Control, that much Soviet defense spend. ofAples |. ,...1.|' | .d| V,I slim.') doll I .M I.utn .\aeocFt'tttii'tilg .
!Y the Cape Kennedy missile base worked on the bill Tuesday. ]twill Ing is disguised under nonmlll ,III| 1111,111"( fII\I.1'I jll'int \1\\ \ .

163rd WI 5.3401 Cape For School for a state engineering school. be Introduced early In Jan. tary items in the budget, and Ht.k) 1111.1,.| |hilt" h t I' ,,,, Ic'i c Ipl"| ( "I UttU-. IIealcitdar
MIAMI BEACH 54 FLORIDA The state wants permanenttitle uary and Is similar to one in. some Western military analysts ,\I"" ,i\ .ill,ilil'" it Hld| U'- 'I'tln.11 i 1"
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For Engineering to the land for constructionof troduced in the last session.An believe total military spendingthis the ,, ,pllalltll, (111'\\ ill !1'1' ,'
Z41edecd# 'i facilities to house an extension year is well over twice the :asking
3-Vey : t7 WASHINGTON (AP) Mem. of the University of Florida aide! to Rep. Edward Cur budgeted figure. -
I COM ANYTIME fRIDAY LEAVE SUNDAY bars>" of Florida's congressional College of Egnlneertng. ney, R-Fla., said passage of the The official value of the Soviet
delegation and the University The congressional delegationand bill would enable the universityto ruble is $1.11.Kosygin I Read the 'Wnt Ad
T. $ 9 pr.pawn" dbI, acs for entire bard ,of Control have drafted a group headed by Dr. clear title to the land It nowuses spoke at the opening
Dee 20 etq (45,1( a04 roams ,. .
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I .,.. .....; j ,,.I9t' year ago Ton Beugen was making child<< who hall< JUM! i Ji i .
WLBW-Miomi ABC-CH. 10 WTVJ.Mtemi CBS-CH. 4 Uaten to the accents on the \ medical history fell agreed r. tar > "101|,
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, NHS Eagles Rally To Smother Alva 'Ramblers 7358Doubleheader

in this rally. Rebounders, led Ar
by the 8-4Clark.rtedcon. P

trol of the board..

With Key West The score was tied st 22, 24. 1 Everglades BouncesIn
and 26 before Naples staged a
rapid-fire point flurry that resulted
Next On Agenda In a seven-point lead
Ritchie set up Clark for the Second Half For

BT DAVID LYON basket that tied the soon at spoilsB

Slow to wart, Naples High 96. Fouled on the play, Clark
School's basketball team recovered sank a free throw to give Naples ; 4

to defeat the scrappy the lead for good, Win Over Clewiston . . . .
Alva Ramblers '73-68 last Alva threw the ball away,

night It the local high school and Morton successfully rebounded 9 t rerglades High's basket- dropped a 54-49 decision to COWER COUNTY NEWS N.pleh. Fie VYd. 0. _b.> 9, Ha4
gymnasium.The Harris' missed shot ba i team rallied smartly In Marathon at Homestead. It
Eagles, showing 1mproveiixsnt Morton then stole the ball and the third quarter and went on was a rough game and the players
Li all phase*of their scored again. Ritchia Intercepted 'nose out C Clewiston 52-50. and officials' tasks were

game. thus hiked their record a pus and fed Morton, who It a non-league contest at made all the harder by absenceof
to 2-1 for the young season. dropped In another short-range Everglades last night. a Scoreboard and clock. Hawks Score Late

Coach Jerry Howell's team next shot. Charles 1 Relnbott the The Gators couldn't get goIng Everglades had a three-point

will see action In Key West night's leading point-getter in the first half trailing lead with two minutes left, but
Friday and Saturday when the caged two baskets In the;waning by a 31.22 score at Intermission. threw the ball away twice, and
Eagles will help open the seconds to bring Alva within h w Ron Addison and David Marathon took over. The Ga To Beat All-Stars

Conchs' cage season. three 33-30 at the half. 4 Barton sparked a third-period tors missed six one-and-one
Naples committed only 10 The home team scored the 9J rally that brought the Gators free throw opportunities the
floor mistakes while posting first six points of the third quarter within one, 40-39. final period and made only five

the 16th successive Eagles to assume a 39-30 advan The Tigers and Gators matched of 14 from the line for the From Sarasota 12.6
victory over the Ramblers In tage. Tom Bernard lcoredfrom points until halfway game. ,

a string dating back to 1957. 20 feet, Ritchie netted two through the. final quarter. The Bterman said ordinarily the
The home forces rarely miss points as front man on I fast n7.a Gators staged I brief uprising defense can cover up an off- Naples Hawks 95-pound football left before the Hawks close me

ed easy shots contrasting to break, and Ritchie set up Clark that pulled Coach Bruce Bier- night offensively but against team scored a touchdownIn season.
the opening game performance for a bucket. man's club ahead by four points. Marathon the defense also was the last few minutes and Next Saturday the local team
at Puma Gorda. Both teams got In lot of Clewlston shaved the Gator victory not equal to the task. Gator defeated the Sarasota South will go to Tic to battle the

"We looked better bringingthe fast-paced action In the third- margin with a last-second scorers were paced by Goff Redskin League all-stars,12-6. rough Plnellas Park Thunderbirds -

ball down against a press quarter with very fet| Inter basket. with 13 points Barton 10, Addison at Puma Gorda Saturday night. The Hawks were edgedby
defense" Howell observed ruptions because of fouls or It was Everglades' secondvictoryoverClewlsronthb and Smith eight each one point by the T-Birds

after, the game. The Eagles errors. It was fine-quality sea Wooten six, and Potter four. It was the seventh victoryIn at St. Petersburg early In the

were rattled no end by the Punta for so early In the season. BILL.MOILTON LAYS IN two points for the LHKI III son. The Gators opened the In the "B" game Collins a row for the Hawks who season.

Gorda press last Friday but Naples quickly extended the as front man on a fast break in last night's victory season with a 57-48 victory ItClewLtton. scored 12 points but the Ga now sport a 7.1.1 record.Coach Team officials are soundingout
showed considerable Improve. 52-43 margin it enjoyed after pver Alva. )Hoping for rebound are Jim The Tigers havean tors were edged by Marathon John lamurri's team has at parents of the players to
ment while beating Clewlston three quarters. Clark scored Murphy ((14) and Bob Hart (22)). Morton scored 0-3 record for the season 2420. least one, and maybe two games see if they will agree to extend

Saturday twice on rebounds; and Bill 18 points as chief assistant to Steve Clark, who and Everglades Is 31. Clew the season one week to
Naples missed the first 15 Splngler scored on a set-up caged 24. (NEWS photo) iston won the "B" game 25- December 19. On that day the
shots It took from the field pass from Harris plus s free 24. Wayne Collins led the losers Hawks have tentative plans to
last night, and after six minutes throw to make It 6943. with 15 points. Lourie Calls For End To play a 3 p.m. game againstSarasota's
North all-stars at
the score was 16-2 with Alva biers got away enough shots- Barton led the Gators last
on top. Things look pretty bleak ):;who made 60, but hit on only 27 per cent The Scoring night with 15 points and Bar Sarasota.
at that moment but Randy Harris Splngler, double of them. Naples was 10 per cent ton had 14. Charlie Goff added Defense keyed the Klwanis-
broke the spell by swishinga figures! by scoring all 10 of more accurate from the field. NAPLES FG FT TP 10 and Danny Smith nine. De-Emphasizing FootballNEW sponsored team's victory Sat
20-footer with 1:54 left In hu points In the last quarter The Naples "B" team established Harris 3.1' 0.1 IS John Potter and Willard Wooten urday. Sarasota's only touchdown

the first quarter added three more free shots complete control In the Fields 0-2 1.2 1 scored two points each. The YORK (AP) DonaldB. Lourie's address waa the came on a 40-yard run

and clicked from the side to second half and romped to a 41- Clark 10-224.8 24 Morrell brothers, Alberto andMandy.ledC1ewlstonagalnwlth Lourla, a one time Princeton highlight of the lavish affair around left end after two Hawk
OFF WE GO extend the lead to 6449, the 23 decision over the Rambler Morton 8.17 218 All-America and chairman of attended by some 1,500 persons, defenders ran Into each other

During the next 61/2 minutes evenings biggest bulge. HoWell reserves F rank Townsend and Bernard 2.111.3 5 14 and 13 respectively the board Quaker Oats, called Including leaders of business, and fell to the ground.
RItchie 3.5 1.2 7Sp1ngler for to de-emphasis of finance., Industry, and militaryand
of play the Eagles pow- ran in the reserves, and Jeff Johnson were in double figures The Gators will travel to Defensive ends Lance Stahl-
ered their way to a 20-20 tie. the teams continued their hectic for Naples with Johnson 3-5 4-5 10 Alva Friday to meet the Ramblers collect football Tuesday night government and at which 10 man and Alec Winters contin-
Hackney 1.2 0-0 2 after receiving the,, Football new membera wart Inducted
Steve Clark Bus forced Sarasota to Inside
Ritchie Ran- tOI'me'.ead.Clark run
point-trading ually
free when he in the first baS. '
getting two points varsity .
and Hall Fam. .
Foundation pf the of
< V. Weeks 0.3 0-0 0 into Hall Fame.Inducted
dy Harris and Bill Morton made three of 10 and linebackers Joey
only ,
the ketball be In
was nearest player to an Koch 0-0 0-0 0 game to played Gold Medal award. Into the Hall
dropped in two baskets apiece field goal tries In the first Alvs boy who dropped a layup 0-0 0-0 0 the new gymnasium. Construction "Too often w* hear from the projected as a modern structureat Grafton, Bill Tucker and
half, but was seven-for-12 lathe shot In the wrong basket. TOTALS KIng 30.8113-23 13 of this facUlty marks critics of the came that there is Rutgers University New Jerry Cooksley made the tac
second half. He paced all Alva did not enjoy nearly as the end of an era in southwest too much emphasis of football," Brunswick N.J., war coach kles. Jim Decker rushed the
THE't3iq. scorers with 24 points. This much success shooting at the Florida basketball Lourla said In Ms acceptance Earl (Red) Blalk and nine rival quarterback on attempted
Is the highest score by a Naples right basket making less than ALVA FG FT TP Gymnasiums have sproutedup speech at the f 50-e. ate affair former players (three d. pass plays.

player In a game since 24 percent from the field. Don Han 2.11 0.0 1.2 4 right and left within the last at New York's Waldorf Astoria ceased), bringing the Hall's Naples launched a 40-yard
CI1pI the 1962-63 lesson Schultz 1.4 3 Hotel. membership up to 51 coaches drive and scored the
Relnbott took 17 shots made eight years in this area and nine-play
7.213.6 11 .. somewhat like
Miming "Th. people, and players.
Morton hit well from long
touchdown with two
and basketball has transferred winning
three led hU team Relnbott 9.30 9.13 2'7 the critics of stalled big bual. Former players still living
: and short rang and ended up eight points. Coach Dick Murphy 3.8 1.1 '7 from an outdoor activity; to amore fleas, usually baas their crtU.cI.m who war Inducted were Charles minutes left. Big gainers were
GI with 18 points He had only Thomas' Eagles made only one- Lee 0-4 0.1 0 comfortable Indoor sport on the fact that the came Oliver Carroll, Washington half three successive runs through
: \ 10 in his first two games com third of their free throws.Mary Walker 0.2 0-0 0 Alva' outdoor court was the la big rather thin on the fact back, It26.28; Robert J. Herwlg, tackle by tailback Grafton for
I AND bined. Relnbott took 30 shots 22-80 14-22 58 last such facility still being used that It la gutting more popular.>> California center, 193347; Alll. nine 11, and eight yards. Tucker
,L T; \ and made nine adding nine free queen of Scots, was the TOTALS for varsity ball, untUthis sea "U there la ovaramphaals too (Poolay) Hubert, Alabama went through the same hole
COUNTRY throws for 27 Alva points. flret woman to tike up golf In and I don't believe then la _It fullback, 1922-Z5 Ray Evans, for a first down st the five.
Gerald Perdue's Ram. Naples 12 21 19 21 73 son.On la the dollars needed to pay back 194MM7
/ CLUB Coach the 16th Century. Saturday Everglades on Kansas ; W. Gratton scored from there
f' Alva 17 13 13 15 68 for new stadiums,to foot the gill Earl Sprackllng, Brown quar. but the play was called back
for other sports, and to meat the terback 1908-11; and Kyle Rote,
with> the *...tfACILlTIIS by a five-yard penalty, Grat
dl FT TP costs of fielding a big
Naples 13" FG Increaalnc Southern Methodist back, 1948. with
ton came back a nine-
y Townsend 4.10 4-6 12 Ken Venturi squad to.
WL Peele 0.9 0-1 0 "I will admit, however that yard gain to the one, and slip
Selected GolfsPlayerOfYear ped through tackle again for
in Southwest Floridafor Steele 3.8 1.8 7 these reasons have stimulated
lV ambitious authorities to letdown the touchdown.
Country Club Finger 4-11 1.6 9 Immokalee Loses
the bars and encourage Naples recovered a Sarasota
6-21 0-0 10
LIVINGGOLFING M. Weeks 0.1 0-0 0 LAS VEGAS, nev. CAP) -over-recrulting. Recruiting If carried la To Red Knights fumble early in the game on
Ken Venturi who made one ofIOU" perfectly legitimate the Sarasota 35. Gratton threw
Craig 0-0 1.1 1 out under the rulas of the NCAA Immokal High's basketball
comebacks with
Tucker a
create 30 yards to to set up
At dole CheitieiMinie Calf in 1 10 Y.. s' Building Experience In Naples Grimm 1.2 0-0 2 a victory In the UA Open, was and the conferences to which team helped North Fort Myers five-yard touchdown carry
TOTALS 1'7-621-21 41 these Institutions balonc and dedicate its new gymnasium last
tuctlltftt eendir.cn ler
,lf named Player of the Year Tues. Grattonfor
athletic to the Red around right end by
day night by the Professional operate their pro. night, losing Knightsby
SWIMMING Residential' Alterations Naples "B" 9 9 13 10 -- 41 Golfers Association crams." a BOJ2 margin. the score. The extra point
.AU "oe pool 75'a .0' )0' web, ( Alva 66 6 6-23 And Lloyd Manjrum and the The host team found the rang was successful but a penalty
tend, mimbirikipi, eileble.. fc Commercial Remodeling late Edward Dudley were elect right off the bat In their new nullified It.Sarasota.
facility, as John Mitchell hit his tied it the
.d to the PGA' Hall of Fame In up on
HOME SITES. The Yenkeee won five airtight Des Stone Wins
first fin shots to boost toa
The koiMiitft idtel ceremonies at the association's NFM second play of the second quarter -
pinmtrtr ere pennants under Casey Stengel -
for she bet Country Club Li 'm| 1949-1954. They made tt five In annual banquet staged this yearat Top Honors,At 17>9 first-period lead. Demo.tales and the score remained 6-4
:, i ill Soythwe.l Flonda'! Alp 4 a row again this year but 'It took the Sahara Hotel To never Indian did find have the an U2 range.record until Naples started moving late

:* Tune fed el Stale leee three managers to dolt StengelIn Venturi, S3, eared PGA tour. Big Cypress now. They hope to bounce In the game. The Hawks' offensive
1960 llouk in 1961-62- nament champion Bobby Nichols efforts were bluntedby
?? SWIromUJ. 41, Ralph back with a victory at home
fHONt M 6692 MI 2-2096 478 6th St., S. 63 and Yogi Herra this year. by II votes for the honor Das tone won top honors in Friday against Everglades Conference four lost fumbles and an Intercepted
"Inever thought this day Saturday's weekly outing of the
foe Moor Haven. La. pas
[ would come to Venturi Men's Golf Asaoda.
pass, Big Cypreas Belle beat Moor Haven' last night
said, referring to three years of lice Burt Walworth took aecond tM4
tourney play which brought,In the blind bogey tournament. Only consolation Is Immoka. Says He 'Snook'In
I frustration Instead of victories. Charlie Carr secretary of the lee's defeat
was Larry Williams
Plagued with 111 health and an association advised membersnot being the night's hlgh-point man. To See GameCHEYENNE
admitted lack of to
the complimentary
forget He bagged all field goals and AP
Wyo. ( ) -
Venturi want steadily breakfast to be held at the club.
sis foul shots for 18 points, DOle Officials at Cheyenne East High
a prorolclnf beginning to house neit Saturday st 8 a.m.
w1 Inc out Mitchell by one. Chuck School received a letter Tu...
his career. He also announced that the
Carson added five Immokale day It contained a quarter anda
The turnlnc point wu this[executive commit of the asso
points, and Larry Day and Jerry note written In crayon oi::
year's tJA Open In Washington, elation had voted to chare a
Rutledc three each. vloualy by a small child.
D.C. membership fee, yearly or sea
North Fort Myers also won It read "1 snook Into thiEaJt4ldney
.B was the spark I needed;' sonly, of IS,and that an additional
the "B" contest basketball
a highscoringaffair )
Veoturl said. Before the Mason fM of $1 wtU be assessed u ( fame
1144 night
acore. Saturday
"'iOF'ENj ended, be had added the Amert.i members enter tournaments u -
Golf classic and the Insur. .
can participants.The here
Softball was < .,
City Open to his 1964 lau.rels. yearly membership fee
by Lens Rober, a Minneapolis metric mile! ia lit yards one
was reduced from U. fireman.
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.k* Christmas" at Brookslde LEAGUE STANDINGSPine

owl where preparations are go.

ng forth for the annual Christnas _

Fun Tournament..thl.snt Iy _
(h Ml 10R1NK Ml BPH
U sponsored by the Naples Wo.men'a Lanes Brookside 1 f
Bowling Association Men
I the wind has been blowing a at Benton Mtrh aid GoodlaiK
year at thus time. Decoration CONTRACTORSWON COMTRUCT ERS et ..t sad story the past 48-hours as guests, hit the axarnbasarei

'are up prize of nerchandlse are LOST WON LOST 1 ( 1 anglers In the open Gulf as for a catch of 14 ( tunnel bass

n display to and entries are Hatcher's Const. 38 13 Townsend Produce 42 6 a ,,,'11 as for thop fishing the nine trout md 26 sheepsheadTwo
come In. Entries Fuller Industries 33 16 WtoH Lets 29 19 i us and passes. snook and nine red wen
lose midnight, December
ind the tournament will lltk, Wood's Chrysler! 31 17 Naples Federal 97 21 Gust northeast winds up to 20 taken b)' I 1"11< i Boon of Orlando

12th. be heldhe Alander and Sons :M 1/2 211/2 Standard Oil >M 52 miles an hour, plus rough seas also fishing with Keith
lava kept king and mackerel Another island guide who hat
Real. 83 38
Any member of the WffiC de Meta 1craft 2&1/2 2211lMoon' Dewey Polly
0 (iMiing to an absolute minimum been having good luck regard.
II 83 88 t
lrlng to bowl Should get a team Masonry 23 38 Allied Paving
although just before the weather leee of the weather Is Capt. Phil
ogether and enter this tourna. Daley Distributor 23 26 Schreck Const 38 86 Gt'ESTSof the Exehatnyta' 'I lul\ !> ..t Mi >mln\ "xnn-tuiK" .tftct i l I..inn i imo }.: I li'asrn lout cot the SportSport at the Cove Simmon Oulding a Fort Laud.

Dent that promises to be "fun Stone Builders 221/2 2& 1/2 Allied Paving #1 II 86 bv nu'mbfio the "Bo\ diil ,"I!i tin Me nth \\oir lautiii t ''"lib", ip,n ted sum excellent catch* erdale couple aboard his vessel

or all.. .Everybody wins some. Firestone 20 28 Sawyers Carpet president of tin- XplClemons > v> mm I Ilixh I St I1."j SVMIOI ihiss and Kick til kings and grouper In the Quit. 1M "Hesperus," he returned t<

hang Cadillac Amoco 19 29 4 Tie 20 26 president! of tin IUMIOI ila.vi Thor tae shown with Voinon Two visiting roupteeform Kan. dock with six reds 18 snappers

+ 4BROOKSIDE + Pine Ridge Auto. 161/2 311/2 Naples Police Dept. 20 96 Sweet ((1)I club president tad .1cm Uo\\ill\ (\1') teacher mid to u'! ltMhool >' sis, .Mr. and Mrs Howard Klas.IDKVI 84 sheepshead, one large snook
s Texaco 13 34WOMEN'S Tom's Amer. Ser. 20 88 the ladu .and Mr. and Mre. Wilbur and a hammerhead shark
basketball coach at the Guoat spanker at night
Boat Haven 14 34 Hmsun, accounted for 450f00d0 Twelve snook, eight trout anda
In 'AI11';: H. "Duz/ MaUus I of the Marco
The racw the Construe. affair general manager lied kings and a number ofUtg number of large flounders were

loneeri League Is no longer for CHURCH COMMERCIAL Island Development Coi|>. Matheu levieued prevent dexflopnieut of grouper in twcwUy of taken. by L feheck and part) als

ret place as Townsend Pro. Lutheran 37 19 37 19Wlmp'S Marco Island and said oc imotime in the future 50,000 people will be fast action of Fort Lauderdale, with

luce are out In front by 14Kints Holy Bowlers 32 24 Brehm's Atlantic living there "and .nJo. tug all that Collier County has to offer." And fur those with the fortitude Simmons ss guide
361/2 191/2
and Monday night contt Trinity 99 37 ( McGrath; photo ) to put up with wind and Capt. Billie Weeks, also a vet.
ed to win as they took three Saintly Sinners 24 32 Luff CMC 36 21 .waves, reds and snook are ex ran guide, reported a catch of

xilnts from Sawyers Carpet and First Baptist 23 33 Palm Lake tremely cooperative In the salt M reds, r> hpshad\ and one

rile. However except for the Christian Daffy's 23 33 Mobile Homes 36 21 creeks around Ooodland, Marco 7.pound snook on Monday lie

art spot In the standings the Pittman Fun. H. 30 26Anchor Yahl Brothers .and CaJumbas. was guiding Mr and .Iu. R. 8.
nargln of points Is close Boat 24 Grid ,
MEN'S CHURCH Lounge 99 37 Eagle Players Wolk of Miami.
laven seems to be Just u de. ,"
available Troplgas 281/2 271/2 JUST CATSAt "Reds art )lust everywhere
Standings not Osceola Star
ermined to stay In the cellar
Brookside 26 30 Naples' renowned pier, said Mrs Jennie Whltfleld co.
is the league leaders do to staym Paul's Texaco 26 30 where strong winds kept the fewutglers owner of Ship Ahoy "and It

top. Naples Federal Savings Mixed Grocers 20 38Swede.s Earn Their NHS Letters At SpeedwayThe In an Itchy situation,Har. Woks as though they will be
uid Loan by taking four points ROCK 'N BOWLERS 17 39 ry Varner reports that the only with us all winter Scott in the
Auto Trim
rom Standard 011 moved Into Standings not available species Interested In taking the 10>pound class an- showing up
he second spot, while MooseLodge Marco Island Dev. 16 40 Twenty-four Naples High oni. .
lost three and were knock. School football players earned lull. and sots Won "B" Osceola carted off most of th e "With some good tide changes for angler who want to go aftei

9d down Into the third place. BIG CYPRESS WOMEN'S CHURCH letters for their work during the awud. price money Saturday night a t and a break In the weather fish. bath of these aperies'.

, 'tandard Oil holds down fourth Standings not available. Christian 1964 season, Coach Jerry Morris Players winning their first varsity Naples Speedway.Richie tog might return to normal any

>lace, and Dewey Polly Realtyfifth. announces. letter will receive sweaterswith Yahl won thelale- nodi 1 day," he said. "Waters are bad.I .

Tied for the next post. PInheads 261/2 121/2 This group consists of 15 sen. the letter N There are feat ure race and a heat race, I Iy muddled now, but with a few

lion, Schreck Construction, Al. BOWLERETTESPampered Gutter Dusters 26 13 tors six Juniors, and three soph. only six first.year lettermen* and Mike Yahl capturlldthe..ml,, windless days, they could clear College
lied Paving no. 1 and Tom's Poodles 37 15 DUblos 20 19 ,season, an unusually low number, feature Osceola was on top tithe n "

American, followed by Allied Naples Floor Coy 34 18 Mixed Christians 161/2 221/2 Morris aay. Last Mason there semUfeature and feature foijaloplea r up Extremely low tides In some

Paving no. 2, Naples Police, Faber Hair Real. 311/2 201/2 Methodists 16 23 were 15 new lettermen and a bay areas due to the strong ott.I .

, awyers Carpet and Tile, and Mr. Sod &Land. 261/2 251/2 Question Marks 12 37 total uf M winner Dill Grant ended the Yahl'i shore winds, have discouraged Basketball

, Boat Haven In that order. Only Whitaker Nicholas 24 24 Grid Leagues A* I* customary, the Quarttr- winning streak by finishing firs t 1 many anglers who might other.

nine points separate the middle Party Pantry 22 30 MEN'S CHURCH back Club will buy sweaters for In the opening heat race foi r wine looking for trout, accord. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

I ten teams In the standings. Sunoco 161/2 3512Bob's 15 the new Iftttermen. Other suit lals-model cars Richie Yah:I to Fletcher Bttner of the
Jim's 37 Ing
Methodist HI : Just as they did on the grid.
Everett Baldwin was high man able award will be presented later won the next heat race, am d 1 Marco Island Marina
Ease 161/2 351/2 Christian Men'sFellow.hlp Iron this under new oath
of the league as he used gamesof Busy Signing t lo repeat Irtter.wlnner his brother beat out Kenn;) Caxambas Bay, however uf. year
32 Ara ParigliUn the Fighting
202 and 204 to gain a 57 Thtrd-year varsity award winners Vaughn for aemUeature honors lets Immense numbers of reds,
Irish of Notre Dame the
are on
I series. 560 series were roll. TRAIL BOWLERSWON Assorted Christians 27 25 all seniors, are ends Steve Duck Saddler and Grant rat I 1 along with seat and fair qtian. .

ed by Briscoe Parker, using LOST Methodist f2 24 28 Clark and Bua Ritchie, tackleD M through most of the featurebut ,' titles of snappers. John Etc. comeback. trail In college basketball

a 204 game, and Chuck Langs. Hatcher's Const 26 13 Presbyterians 23 29 New Players ruCi Harris, wingbacks Bob In the last two laps Richie,1 ph ns, veteran fishing guide out umler new coach Johnnv

ton without a 200. Red Lord Shannon Supply 26 13 Emmanuel Lutheran 18 34 Kllcll and Alan Foster, and full. YaM passed them both. of Ship Ahoy at Goodland, never DM.[)N'. boys made It three

turned in a 209 game and a 836, Crayton Cove Lndry 22 17 back Billy Bryan. Jack Oraber and Rollle Rlci,1 misses a day In the larger Gulf straight victories\ against no
Elvin Townsend games of 200 Daley Distributor 22 17 NITE By DICK COUCH Seniors winning their second won checkered flags In Jalop)y inlets regardless of the weatherand Michigan
202 Earl OWLSWON Associated Press Sports Writer vanity latter are end John heal events. Osceola beat out t I by
and and a 869, Camp. Tamlaml Tire 20 19 LOST several parties he has hewn State 100.M Tuesday night TheSyrians
bell 210 and 551 Phil Morse The Dallas Cowboys and New Bass and Richard Woodruff Wayne Bryan for aomUfeatun,1
a Furniture Fair 19 20 Conditioned Air 35 17 lading out aboard his "Ooldtm down by 11 points at
York Giants, destined to finish Unkelese, guard ., ,
tackle Brad
and In the feature Os.ceoU
335 without a game, Ray Rule" hail 'ml.
Pine Lanes 17 22 Tom and Jim's TV 311/2 201/2 halftime rallied to lend attr 44,
Dagley 530 and Dee Wolford far up the track In this year's Leo Treadwell, Wayne Jenkins, was followed by Wally York, ,
Insurance 15 24 30 22Anchor Ints, but Ih* Irish were equal to the
King Camera Shop
538. Tom Payne tossed a 199 Naples National Football League race, and Bill Hartter, Working back and Noble Mallory .
Mr and Mrs. Chris.Han
Schmidt Realtor 14 28 30 22Chessers should have speed to burn In tailback Donald George occasion.
single Fred Hartford 207 Lounge Van Week, and Norman Harris won the dooprize r
game, .
of Oak Park, Dseasonal/ They tied the score at ", 'f2
Reahard 14 25 1963.
and Ralph Mllner a 205. There Wash Walker a dinner for two at the I 1
the Band Castle
visitors to for on two
271/2 241/2 Sprinters Bob Hayes and Hen. Junior lettering for the *..' then went ahead good
was a total of 23 500 sets roll. Big Wheel restaurant.
Napes, have been out with Stspleas Walt Bahm, Dun
, ed In this league Monday night. NICK'S UQUORS Ing rams Chevrolet 26 26 ry Carr, double gold medal sand time are tackle Al Hack' be two more Saturdays 01 r several times In the past free throws, with 30 pointson
Reed led the Irish
+- 4- + First Nar'l Bank 31 21 First Nai'l Bank 28 27 winners at the Tokyo Olympic nay and Ray EtUrs, center Jerri racing this season Feature, week, and have seen some fast and six Ireethrow'
) The only changes In the stand. Hatcher Const 31 21 5th Ave. Rexall 28 27 Games, signed contracts Tuea.day Rose, and blocking back Frank races of 29 laps In both da....I re
Logs of the Monday night Com. B & B Builders 30 22 Becky's 23 29 with the Cowboys. and Townsend. are scheduled for the final night,, catches of snook. Also fishing All three of Notre itame's 'II
Giants, respectively.The Winning their first letters an I .
merclal League are Palm Lake Plnman's Fun. H. 30 22Richard's Bank of Naples 22 30 NFL clubs, running sixth senior defensive halfback Ray December It.I with Stephens| recently were Mr. tories have come at home, AftelIIIher
1 Mobile Homes moving into tldrd Roofing 26 26 Party Pantry 23 29 and Mre Don Rule and Mr. and home Thursday
and seventh In the Eastern Division Peterson (transfer student), him game
' place one point In front of LuffCMC Fuller Industries 26 26 Baroni's 14 38 with one game remaining, lor end hex Slorter and Eric Mrs John Homes, all of Naples, against Detroit the acid teat will

I' and Brookside ahead movinginto of Robin's Dodge 24 26Bigley's outbid American League rivals Steele, and three sophomores,,, I nSnlle Upsctn who reported back to dock with rome for the Irish They will

Paul's eighth Texaco.one point Brehm's Allan. T.V. 23 29 SENIOR BOWLERS for the speedsters who hope to tackle Keith Orechell, fullback Hurricanes 90.86 12 reds, nine snack (five re. play five straight road games

tie still first place one. Jones Radio and TV 21 31 Blok Busters 17 3 make the grade as flankerbacks Nick Pedro, and tailback Carte leased) and mixed catches Of starting Saturday at Kvansvllle.
occupy ,
alf point out in front of Wimp's'exaco Central Cities Serf 18 34 The Others 12 8 or defensive secondary Bryan PHILADELPHIA, Pa., (AP-. shimpshead Two awl of the mangrove snot* taken snap. Four teams In this week's Top
ptrs. Ten won Tuesday night and kept
had Brook Makers 11 9 Buys who did nut play the required Unbeaten. Lritalle chetked
Monday night Merry men.Hayes the I 1 were In the llnxwitd rlase. their
who played his football record dean Third
Ide 2.2 POWDER PUFF 8 12 10 quarter for virsll usual. of Rick Dar,
and Wimp's splitting The Youngsters scoring spree Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oaslon ranked Vanderbilt beat Western
at Florida AAM future
was a
award consideration will bi
Ittman Funeral Home winning ran's Hair Designs 40" 16 Bear Kats 8 12 choice of both Dallas and Den. I ry and defeated Miami 9044 U I 1 at (the tales of Capri, also n.IIn \. Kentucky 94.191 San '

hree out of four from Luff CMC, Ecksrd's Fashions 35 21 Guttersnipes 4 16 vet of the AFL In the 1961 draft given "B"linemen letter Fred The groupinrlwles I an upset Tuesday night aboard the Steptl.u..Ooa.t.n l No. 7, whipped San /:: r'coJ
inchor Lounge taking three from Plaza Beauty Salon 35 21Betty's Carr of Arizona State Unlversl. Barry, the Hurricanes' 43 3.., Rule," had a big haul of 14 reds Wale 93.12) Minnesota No. I,
Ooudlotte Paul Callan
Dudley ,
,, .
a ''aul's Palm Lake Mo. pUnim. .ame was "e14 I 1 sheepuhead
scorer S.lIt
two large snout 16 ,
Inc. 32 24 SUGAR AND SPICE ty, was a future pick of the Jim Keen, and wl ibadt John I downed MarqutHte and I St.
Allan. lo 17 Al Tessla 801.04 .
and Brehm' by
lie Homes a *
Lilly's 32 24 Paprikss 31 1T Giants and Kansas City of the 8all, all Juniors; sophomore, 1 and 16 .nll'll8ra. John's of New York No. 10,
ic each taking two,and the Mixed nlor LsSalle's little Curt Fran'
Will's Hair Fssh. 26 30 Nutmegs 30 18 AFL In last month's pro draw. linemen George Fry, John DI n., Fishing Sunday, Mary Wood edged Italy Cross14.,
tracers winning all four from al scored 26 points for the via'1 Dycr.es of Nsi>Ua and a frt.nd.rllljf'rI.d ,
Vogue Fash Shoppe 24 32 Sages 28 20 Carr, 6.1 and 193 pounds, der, David Bales, and Bill, tors
area Island Development Corp. catch tZ reds
a a*
ration Trcplgas took three Dorothy's 24 32 Cloves 26 22 played one season at Arizona Spencer; and sophomore tailback The game was marked by a I well as milled <'*t'i ioU <>f pan H 0 'N D A
rots item Swede's Auto Trim. Bon. Spr. Library 23 33 Gingers 23 25 State, missed the next year be. Jeff Johnson. tight maiMownan defense A n I fish

High man of the night was Leon Merle Norman Ctnnamona 23 25 cause of Injuries and passed up eight-polnt In the second hall f I NICK t: HAUL ]

rthur, a new bowler to the lea. Cosmetics 221/2 331/2 Dude Crystals 22 26 the 1964 campaign for the Olyfn. ( iniinnuli best! the St 1a I lout put US tile In front by ''..'.11. Csit Hank Keith. alt" ,Hit jf C.I"I
200. .
ue who had games of 191, 185 Violas Beauty Shop 22 34 Sesames 19 29 plea meter, where sprint he and captured anchored the the < .111.1.l on font .rn...i ttritl. The 'loaest Miami came after Ship Ahoy aboard the "Cher ,.

nd a big 230 for a 606 set. Fifth Ave.Beauty AUspice 19 29 American foursome that won 10 satire to ( Dial was four points Ann" with Al end Stewart rego N.pr"

Brett Baldwin missed a 600 Salon 201/2 881/2 Rosemarya 19 29 l,600.meter relay,
y 8 pins when he shot a 592
NFL clubs added all other
sing a 235 game. Everett'sJgh FIRST FLORIDA collegians lo their list of atgneet
game won for him a silver h
forfeit from Alander and Sons. WON LOST Tuesday.
allay from his sponsor Luff
MC Dewey Wright tallied a Tel Kaverman scored a 541 Food Bank 3S1/2 161/2 Western Kentucky llnebacko
with of 190 and 191 Dale Llndsey, Grumbling defen.
E4 series without a 200 aeries games Brookslde Bowl 34 18
kl Harroun shot a 201 and game 214 Al Ha*** a big 600, 635 using Fuller Industries 311/2 201/2 stve back Mike Hovell sod !
of 209, 193 and 233, Ed Louisiana Tech punter Dave 1r
bod for a 561 series, Bud Perry games Krelllng! and Son 29 23
Lynn 207.532, Harold Miller 526, Lee signed with Cleveland:
535 Johnson 221IngU Air 24 28
M a Wimp a Conditioned
S47 State fullback Tom Urban.Ik
Bob Roe a 214 and Paul Penn
Bob Barker a 10II. 02, Insurance 19 33
Wickham 509, and Glenn LllesU King agreed to terms with Wash.
brky Corwin 530, Charlie Rice Team IS 19 33 Ingion. San Jose end Dave
12, Dick Cole games of 192 and
Naples Gas Ser. 16 36 Johnson signed with Baltimoreand
and a 534, George Wall 192,
Grambllng guard Woodr 'ffI
ck Ftnzer 11l1.5Z8.nm
i Haynes,
i. a 342 set, Walt Brehm 212 MERCHANTS People, with Minnesota
With Burger Palace :20 13 Howell and Urtanlk were alst
1 542, and CarroU Arnold a 526ries.
Rose Texaco 24 15 picked by AFL teams
Firebirds 24 15 The AFL came up with three
Ross Phillips of the TropiCal
i warmed up the second game R. 4 E. Recreation 23 16 plums, Buffalo signing Notre
Dame center Norm Nicola Vlr
tossed a nice 227, George The YaM Bros. 21 18 > 'RtNxtAlr'il
glnla State halfback Lynwood
e of the same team also found Moorings Texaco 21 18
Hart and Boston U). tackle Job
game easy and shot a 239 Lange Bros. IT 22 Henry.

the team turned In a 111Q Abbotts Seawalls 15 24

handicap. The third game NBArBy Marvin's Lawn Ser 14 26
red to be a different thing Sunshine Suprex 10 29 REPUBLICAN WOMENSenaters
| this team their team total :31 :i s

'?III. The question bowlers THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TWIN COUNTY Diplomats 29 -<
always asking how can you Take Wilt Chamberlain sway
Dark Horses 29 2)Unle )
Roof :33 UMoon'
Iso good one game and so bad from the Sam Francisco War. Fager Coating
next It's easy I Bob Boyd rtors; separate Elgie: Baylor Masonry 32 18 rieptiams: :281/2 MIAVJJVf

ner Maples resident who has from the Los Angeles lAker. Rice's Clippers 92 16 23 29

returned to our fair city, and watch the sunshine deeert BUfcees Market 28 20 Vice-Presidents .1/2 Illn

welcomed Into:>> the league, California's National BasiettMOlAssoclallaa Fire Department 27 21BrunkMll Step into the largest most luxuriousand
after a lengthy layoff from : standar44. /.,.. >r IDs 28 23 SEASHELL MUID ,

ting came through with a 198 With Chamberlain sidelined Rot'Ing Stones 23 2ftBrookskte WON U16Tsmalti

r while a broken nose mends and 22 26 fl 19Pansmu best-selling Ambassador ever built

Baylor reatiag e atwele pull Sunshine Hardware 21 27 )8.
PINg' : LAMES sight the storMtaaded
Tuesday ,
Floor Cow 20 28 Cats Eyes 36.CocJdnU 21
spies MeUleraft of the Moo. west Coast elate were ao saatch Naples 11 21

night Contractors Leaguethe for the visiting Celtics It. Louis The flasks Hawks Golf Berts Coast Standard Maters OU 11 18 32 27 Oysters 21 2SAragcL 1965 m"M \.ctpt"I b..ncd'mh..toad"' ,, already tarjJeM and finest of tlic3SIASllIJSiraClfLARS

Mar of the league whenil tad Bostoa Wlrgs 26 JJ( aamavhiri' | ,ucn,. Saria'esrtt.f4l' ; e.(, fast }.sr nit '
Armbrost tossed of br Zelao Baty and Bob
games paced { '
247 and 191 and a big t'ts > P erttt, whipped the Warriors Olives 26 3131st we u S.i much HMkt _u" "",. to .u.....f1v tivled said fx>+-

to lead the team to a four 1 is.12 and the Celtics trtmaed PALMETTOWON LOST Flail 94 J2 ,yard -- anger vihcelbew 'hnllinf nt. port option* .M|

t victory overWoodChryslerHatcher the Lakere 10844 beUod the John's Clocking 38 18 Conchs 20 36 V-.opi"t J:7 ttt ....aps.r ". ". Power Dnc Sr.h D ub4t- RAMBLER 65 i

of the opposition scoring and retwwxtiiic of BU Kay Ray Lighting 281/7 211/2 Perewlnkles n- Safety Brkct. fafnt \>*irm% front and rest standard Vt r..

a 202 game and a Ml RSSMU.is Jerry's Cleaners 26 33C.Urff your Rso klir dealer Mday for 195', tog sew car buy 4. asset I .,vu to4 ruwM oT iM Nm /lmMtn "
a Crt<
ng well Monday night aodled Tort> eowtlle, pUyer. oax* Food Bank 22 28 Pta pldn Dey 40 12 .fJrWIC" ,41.M.r-OyeAa'.rd 10 lurrllfiH-f seeks.rM ( e.q..t (.MWvRNlfOnly
Distributors to a three Mv OaBaMcbere led a DetrutJUlOIII' Creek 36 nHenttereon
win over Stone Buildersrolled eonebea that aipc.d Corwin Shells 211/2 281/2
20 28 Creek 30 22Hj Rssiaitf.han furs-Vale f fate .. HtatWt [ .aac4 UM CowitnwtU
e games of 21S 180 tile Knickerbockers I 02.1 00 after Ferotore Fair alt these al ttrs co ii ,lUalbig Ae

MS for a sag Harry Kttbee IM Philadelphia 7..ra svept Trop cI Drive-kta 18 2'JIflllW Marc 91btesofCaprl Dttf-lHp llI'fpreofl-1 Crrsmlc-Areiorte1.t i) lrsa Letr-Gare Anile Casewl, sassy .ihsr,. I
1222 to aid the winning cause. tram behind and topped the Balepore 861/2 u
r Industries Bade It tear B.U*. 10M7: for ttalrU River 291/2 2813Caumbas

Cadillac Amoco Hatcher'sI : j rtetory le II ,..... roul '';' Cats tt 29BlroeDowlers GULF COAST MOTORS/" WH A,.., Sevth, .... .*. n..
ration Sock three fro"pRidc DRtYfn tam i'J 21 In 30!AfieRiver

Aatoeenter, Moorings Ik..ke Hal, r FM ... DURING rout 's.IIlrn .' 131/J 20'/1'
three over Moon's Ma. ..K it be-t MOMTII \ Harks Hastier IS 1" -- __ -yvstr the penny Kayt Sri-x! or C8STV W.dn.Id'1".nitl&s'-- '

If, and Firestone von foarbJ \

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.t t> t t)' NiN' ".,, .. Y,,1'1 i' >0I Probers DelveTreasure ,':

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) both consistently effective: and

rit N A; I< Bank Records .. economical.

\ tie Investigator plan to explore r1J Based upon all these findings
N"o t rebook publicly today the bank record die committee therefore recommends
of Bobby Baker and a witness to die following

; (OoDtmue4 from pap 3)) an who alleged accused potttieal Mm of payoff engineering on a That die City of Naples undertake
a of installation
fovtmment' construction con. T7 ( are program
fraet. of semi-permeable rock:

The Senate Rule Committee groins throughout Naples'

lene. Mrs. Westbrook expects to be happily aid one of its investigators, .IflhI i I I beach. The committee believes
Edward T. Hugler, would testifyshout p that any single structure groin
settled| when school lets out for Chnitmai vacation end an Inspection he has constructed along Naples'beach

her other three children arrive from the east coast Lucile made of the bank records of which goes out Into the watera
Fort lauderdale end Baker and Don B. Reynolds, a on considerable distance will
f ikttehdt; Pin(cresr'' School in George

,Philip i>e>, itude'nt it Miami Country Day end Resident local Reynolds insurance swore agent last week that For create erosion both ways fromIt
north and south. Therefore
he was the --bai man" for
\ ..,...i. j 6'$4. d\IMeUnN25OOO to the 18SO Gulf It recommends that as a gen
\ MrIh u1 Mr. and .
.. pdrenti, Democratic campaign fund eral rule (except in special
,. .; ton, Y :x until v.n1IrJf '" from .Matthew H McCloskey: the erosion problem areas) within
hy'' tt;; r4fatt\ ittaaelpMa contractoMe\ :* are the city limits of Naples.groins
ClOBkey U a former Democratic of a maximum 150 foot lengthbe
m. i U and former amiss
fIIn4..raJ..r constructed. The committee
"!-'.; tI"'rt rfll'.W> "tf 1.ti'eI FINISHING TOUCHES are being put on the noted that as the beach

th"" C.'t'hHVr!| |( Club.; This summer she was In Hartan end The whlte4)alred) McCloakey, Dodge agency on the North Trail ft. \V. Wood is the r builds" up, these groins may be
now retired, told the committee :
)It)tn Of ofc,, ICy,,, with relatives She also spent some time there was "not an ounce 01. extended as warranted Fur-
In North'Carolfne, and In October was in Detroit, Mich, truth" in Reynolds' testimony ther that these groins be constructed

for the Irtttrrtttlonai Convention of Christian Churches. He said an overpayment Me Widow Of Cancer approximately two-
donkey & Co. made to Key. Marching an hundred feet apart, however to
Mr1, ,W.; S. fW'Mb v who frequently! visits Mrs. Ball, nolds' Insurance firm was just be located on property lines
his arrived ft'fionlta Springs for the winter. Mrs. Eldridge "s ioof., Victim Seeking to wherever practical within
Before Hugler and possibly: range of a minimum separation
llyes MprlrtffMd\ ( others testify, the committee; Featured At of one- W1dred fifty feet and a
Mr eivf'Mri, L ren Dodson, who spend several scheduled a closed session to third Retrial maximum separation of two-

"1'rprtthl" of,jHe) yw In Ofd lyme. Conn, ire now at their discuss its future course In Its of MIAMI (AP) Mary Green, "December Decorations" Is un hundred fifty feet. Further
tarn \ politically explosive probe whose husband died that these be
Uon Orlvsx six groins constructed
cyi Oi Baker's affairs while he was years the theme for the annual Christ
Mr, .firwi'' tyfi 1 i. r*. Pennell are at the Canterbury secretary to the Senate's Demo. ago after being a heavy cigar mil program to be given at 7:30 in a pyramid shape with a
: ette smoker for 25 years, has base six to twelve feet wide
tomorrow night In the
Court for thai winter, After' leaving their summer hornet critic majority. asked federal
( court for a third
Baker resigned under fire gymnasium of the Naples Senior and that adequate access for
In Manchester Vt.; the Pennells went to Shaker Heights, trial In her attempt to collect
< 01.1.1,1183, from nil 119,800 High School by the 032 pupilsof maintenance equipment be provided -
Ohio, ,to b ...hhth.: Miller,fl. Pennels for the ThanksglvJng year post and has refused to $1,900,000 damages.liwrence V. the Lake Park Elementary behind the groins to allow -
answer questions In two appear. Hastings, attor. School for the Lake Park Par. that cleanup of fish kills, sea
friends in Atlanta Ga.
visited ,
hjoltday 'fhrt |they ney for Mrs. Green, asked Tues. of
ances before the committee enf Teachet Association.The weed buildup, or other debris
a living, :\\A'I:,r4ft t'fir, iMeek ago. about the fortune he built up legal day for a new, trial and cited 37. students, under the direct can conditions. Equipment accessof

'fcav.. end,MrsJ George Fowler of Miami Shores aresi4dina while on the Senate payroll. A Jury points of eight smokers and tlon of George Booker, music this type would additionally

i'9 t eyjthlf" week with Mr. end Mrs. Stanley Instructions Reynolds testified from Baker that under he four nonsmokers ruled in effecton teacher singing at the, marching school, will forma feature : provide adequate! pedestrian access -

g<<,_' }" DrVe:) For the Christmas weekend, billed itcCloakey's: Orm' for Nov 27 that cigarettes are tlons In the center of the gym past the groins.

,_ \ *' b 'JM'} '. f rUlnlrtg Mr. and Mrs. C ,Allen about $35,000 more than was due some reasonably. safe, fit and whole naslum floor while the parentswill Finally, the committee Included
so: performance bond for con be ringed about them in the as an absolutely essen-
on a
jl enrhlssts4 eif 4 i U Mrs. Manchester Is Mr. Bolger'iUlster structlon of the District of Hastings contended that the manner of the medieval theater. tial and basic factor to its plan
Stadium.As judge erred when he told the Sixth graders will open the pro
Columbia Sports that mat continuity of the groins
jurors "reasonably" refer
.'M*'< ArtJbooy/edarlcl( Is In charge of reservations for the "bac man," Reynoldssaid red (to "any: Important number first singing Christmas carols must be maintained. The com

Jhe'Kap*Vt ).\i W:rloipllal Auxiliary Christmas lunch- payment he kept and 10,000 fare the of the rest over.to of smokers, any responsible Christmas graders formationsing will present .. mittee believes that groins in

eon; This, 'N'fn *M4ual. event and will take piece this year Baker number*:any large segment." Ing songs about Christmas tr.... to such cominulrycomplemera01*
Hastings claimed the evidence another and make the entire
The third grade children will plan
tap the\lt4plt j r ij JJeecH Club, Thursday, December 17th, et established that one out, of ten work. If they are not allowedto

)23a.jl tf ,F rd>promptly to Mrs Ftderlcl! heavy: cigarette smokers die of worktogetherandarecreated -
''I Everglades lun rancef after ZO to 30 years. Moose Feed Set isolated
'I single structures,
)t ta"' J '
Hi-tings argued that the
1 judgeIn they will create as many problems -
(Continued from page 1)) the Edwin M. Green Case was For SaturdayThe for adjacent property

on) second, (tan.. Mont from The Everglades Chamber wrong to strike his closing argo. regular Moose smorgas. owners as they solve for the
:the base at the WooMaii rock.et. lIt\ that a Miami doctor re.c.
Commerce Is allotted (by the bord will be held Saturday at beach on which theyare
But they" died vdeUy. arid Ved $21,000 for his testimony property
Commission) a sum of ",500 Moose Hall on the North Trail up. located.
'C ": HA TItan I, remain!' locked and work Jn the seven-year case
each year to advertise the Ever. starting at 11130: p.m.
Jlptae' bb a firmly: ort ill pad, surrounded glades National Park. A num. and Hastings' comment that "11 Adult donation will be$1.S0wtth The findings and recommendations :
i :/a a $ III ,by t cloud of reddish orange ber of everglades residents the other witnesses are getting children: under 12 paying 79 cents. of this committee are
IWIftq! ... .. r and smoke and apparently: undam thought this money ought to be comparable: (sums), they are Dancing will follow with music based on many hours of Individual -
) today wit WIt eec. The diverted to build a welcome station. getting about $280,000.." by: the Olle Olson Trio study and consideration
and t ypa b I e resulted In shut. Titan S and the 8,900. Green 49, a swimming pool as well as four lengthy group
down sitar We Tttaa'. booster pound space craft were saved Representatives of Webb Real. contractor who smoked up to meetings' In addition firsthand -
rocket engine w...ignited. from possible destruction by: an ty and Morton Rothenberf, .... three packs of Lucky: Strike dg State CigaretTax personal Inspection was
When' thai 1 ewmdowb.. reached electronic system presenting developers In Ever. arena a day, filed suit againstthe Co.'f made of beaches fromCape Ro
In American Tobacco Co. from Down $8,054 of
glades, offered financial help mano to Clearwater an effort
smalUamouots jnootbly, provld. the hospital. Two months later :
to amass comparative data.
ing a building could be const me. he died of lung cancer. From September'TALLAHASSEE
f YOU NEED held with officials
Meetings were
ted and financed over a period In the first trial In WO,a Jury .
of decided cigarettes caused his (AP) Flor. of communities and counties
: : years. death but that the tobacco com Ida cigarette tax collections for throughout this area and
: Construction coots of a suit
', : :: J'I'NTING able building have been estlma. ploy: was not to blame. October amounted to $4,578,381, : also with officials of cities located
: a drop of $8,054 from Eeptem the
the Florida
.' ted at tZll 000. The bands of bet, the State Beverage Depart. on east coast
: the Commission( without addl.
\ I
State's Take ment
On reported today.
tlonal legislative authority, appear
Call On Us Director Richard Keating aidtl,341740
:L : .<,: \::;. After tied.a lengthydlscusstonM5. Sales Tax Hits of the amount would Cruise Clubbers
) go to the state general revenue
Drake was advised to namea S19.9 Million for
yor fund and $3,234,848 would be dls.tiibuted Enthuse Over
committee for further study.
I 'Ii'i, ; /:" I, TALLAHASSEE (API The IQ qualified municipal
1 ,I" t. <" ', Attempts 'will be made to to lower State's take from the 3 per cent U... West Indies TripAbout
costs and
construction pur.
: tAGS tax on sales amounted to $III .
'. ., r sue long-range financing. 175 members of the
million In November,State Rev. ;
I Everglades ls not ready tostation Naples Cruise Club held their
which collected sales In
LABELS cone Commissioner J. Ed was on ,
give up on a welcome ;i dinner -
Straughn reported. October, Increased t per cent regular monthly meetIng
.i. ,1' "' DRAFTS si Carnestown. lie said the revenue total, from the same month last year. at The Cove last night,
ii' '
: ,
and heard enthusiastic
f an acCOUnt
,, i,;! "" ':RICKETS U of the West Indies Cruise

.' enjoyed by many of the mem-
: .' POSTERS t bers during the last week In
\\01, ) !. November."We .
: 't INVOICES IF 2J be Just had a ball!"reported -

"I ., 'I I aao'LviTri. ''lmnl Mrs. Walter Bond, spokesman
'.. \' '. Ens ua.ww
i. ,y, : I'UJ& & a for the travelers. "Andnot
,' '
I ,\
I it \ ''BOOKLETSPLACARDS I a single seasick senor"

j '.\ :" r' sa/ihdJ = One of the highlights of the
trip was the double celebration
"I i ; t" ,
I w aboard the Ariadne of the

i t;:ij.;' ., ttUI4ARS Golden Wedding anniversary of
\ : :, \ Vt re Mr. and Mrs.Charles Simon-
tt lralehn q"l72T"ifn"fir
members of the Cruise
.: .VOUCHERS dlnger
be- club, and also Mr. and Mrs.
I, 'p ti'll'( '' }r \ifclttXSRAMSWVELOPES! re Earl FrUsch, of Naples guestsof
dw club on the trip. Two
1t;I';,,'& huge decorated and candled

;. "i 'r.iWP, lLETSI xs hoar to cakes were provided by theship's
at dinner on the
TxT 12TT.L.v.e ad
I I ,I ..
\ \ last night out and dw entire
'I, ;.: D. BILLS r* In* ship Joined in the gala party

: .. ::! .. LISTS as goodly round of applause
'\\1" ) /. ," yu Is also greeted the news that the

,; ,{ \ T CARDS Naples group walked off with
I .. l half dw prizes at die ship's
: : 1'r1 : L) W BRIEFS talent contest.
J' .
Also during dw meeting
'j'iinttCTORIES Commodore William Drumhelwr -

:h'' NOTE HEADSSTATEMENTS Which size Savings Bond you should buy..and why ., appointed to present a nominating a slate committee of

officers for
the coming year-
t. Starter vise for steady savers. 5. Perfect for bonunee..ul refunds at the next meeting. They inClud -
'tr't MENU CARDS S Snull enough to be habit-forming, big and other windfalls. Grows into a tidy .. Las Wise, chairman.:
enough to count up fact. Ideal gift wet m of $200 at maturity; coats : Ralph Carlson. Claude King
FILING CARDS Worth $25 at maturity, tells for onlytttrs only $150. and Charles Schubert. Rev:

LEGAL FORMS 6. For big.tune savers and small slon of the constitution and by
2.Incressinglypopulateixeandverybig Investor You get. guaranteed Inter. laws was discussed:
LETTER IIEADS with Payroll Savers Only $9. est vicellent security And your Jack Messmar.' chairman of
weekly buys one a month comfort.ably.
available when nmlt.
you the Florida
C raise CoandL
ORDER BLANKS Worth $50 at maturity; tells for Worth $VN>at maturity;sells for only by dw originated
only U1.IO. $jyj. < grouch
..CSTITUTIONSWINDOW 3. BwiJ-jwM site For people who reported yacht clubs and otter
want to buy more than a $50 Bond 7. This one's fins for part of sn in- boating organizations throughout -
CARDS but not quite a $100 one. Its worth suranc seUWment. Worth 1.000 at. dw state have responded
LABELS $76 when it matures' In 7.4 yearsSells matunty; sells for only $110. to dw Idea with enthusiasm.
GUMMED for just ....11. I. Good place for reserve funds- for "d II1Inmced: that dw first
JNG CARDS 4. If you're in a hurry to build up buiinMM. penuon funds, credit state-wide win be
tailor mad and other institution meeting held
one's Buy
lav except
f .WI'It1NCEMENTS.! '". ... I j( ,,w, one imonth for ft years and you'll commercial banks. Good for pies.CIa J-nuary 18th.bere la Na-
if C have ".8M. Each b worth $100 at. you. too, when you happen to have Club

ALt, KItfDS( OF FORMS maturity; sells for only $M. $7300. Forrest members Water and enjoyedfuesu Halb Scar-

Ott In, Touch With tr.bo. as old time residents.
I J Help yourself while you help your country 01 Nap.., d1IcauecIthel:
: ( COttKt COUNTY NEWS tI the and ,
'Tt l also caffer.cI.
BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS many rood nstq Ike.
: ., :

.1 : '1'\\Iti : .' VI. ."" ,.. t I. .. .... ,. ".. ...___ ,.. r-rw ..__.. of CALL THE NW8 FoR
i ; .. ._ t \ '.....4. sT. aa.hav 10..... ... t'nr.._ /*, UMtf M" m _re" "= CMEB ITAXPSt
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Interest Rates

Ell COUNTY NfWS "." ... Fie, TvoWot, BMI.*." I. .Ito4 11

rrrni May Determine

Business GrowthBy .. ,i t


AP Business News Analyst

__ NEW YORK (AP)- Buetaeee

promises to start next year wH*
a rush of expansion. But how

lone this will keep up U to

doubt. And two clues to this

being watched now are

tightening profit margins a4

-- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS the money current markets.uncertainty In the I ,

Profits spurted in the first

halt of 1984 and then held about
DRUGS steady during tile summer

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP P. PRESCRIPTIONS .ll month A renewed forward MIDWAY 2-2107
I TOM .' surge in the final month If ,

f/i'/l ACCURATELY I .\ hoped for but the costs of I .

i.c W Airport Reed. Prompt ',.. Delivery LAWN & SHRUB strikes slowdowns and art other yet to production be tallied. Announcement 14-HeIp Wanted Male 38-Autot For Sale 55-Storet Office

6 DON'S CARE ? Many Industries are counting
I' VERA'S BEAUTY SALON107 IMCA sill out and In' Air Cend office In the ITONCBLD4
Cuss Jewelry Antleviet LIGGETT REXALL sales totals to vary Tenth No low
I on continuing 'tlllMyt w0e104 PKon. Ml tide IIM Alto' a IPOP. MttI'l M tl

, '..,,1.. Sttopplrte Comer 22136 .M' I-ftP' mount. But many are finding Corner* 7th of ilth(I Aol South 47th till Hiint.rvm._ _U/I if 01.1 Av No Ml I M44_ omw.rlni monthly' 't.rv.n'.'!no,ncludet WILLIAMS' tele, .

I BARBER that It's taking more sales dollars (Irttt Ml. I MM 011""non "te wIIy ATONE INC Ml I 1731. II/l tf
SHOPSRDSSI' ouppl.monl inspmo byoBoroting
EXTERMINATORSNAPLES _SERVICE_nn__ _STATIONSBOB'S _. .. __ these days to produce profit Oil If c.k.n. .nd tundrytonconon OK USED CARS .

, & Beiboi Shop. dollars than it did s few months II 1o 11 1.11 UMIPORM.U I An slows" It p1,5 Must A..t.n clod L.wd.rmllkB "r.iU' 57-Houtet For Sale.

Perk St. Ml/.2.4449 PEST back That U. because produc. .',.. sod lads W. have add.d PYr,115 ..,.,....... INGRAM CHEVROLET
I \ Three Metier Bnrber tTRloo CONTROL: ,.'.. HlNLINNIL'I .... ._...,..,,'. 10145.MARCO ---- -
, tlon and distribution costs con.
NPLE/IMOPPINO. CENTS SERVICE SERVICE UNIFORM" SHOP t' A 1 Condition IMI VolV..,.." DUPLEX completely' furnl.lied
T.. 1010", 8.b.. tine to rise, while In moat IIn N0.dry DStI Ott/MyNb Plo.Bat.Motors c.""....". |*M God buy! I b.droent each tide 19th I Ave
DAv I OH NIOMT STATION cases it's been next to tmpossi. ISLAND below' market value' 1t>>) North 11100THOMAS
0,." 1-5,30 E.c.pl Sun. Mechonl ftpod. Service DEELOPMENTCORPORATION 1 slot t/ I McBftlDt It.."..
Men End Go, HolrH."ol REASONABLE on outy bee to raise prices. IM P.rk !.L U Ml IM4
1 Wo, Idlq And the urge to expand de. 3- Accet.

U.I'Hslr, T.nle-U ulr' Call Dey N NINMI.2-T6i5INSURANCE 4060 North Trell Ml 2 key prods to marked degree on the will Intrrrto for the 41 -Truck* Tractor fer.it IBeoVpem, Near Ctl CWHe Kw,k Ch.k Ltta

prospects for comparable profit ODAV tit )M 5100 down |IM per mott.g.io .
CLEANERSJERRY'S following: Inc IM Ith Avenue
SHOE REPAIR yields. The margin of profits to Fiberglett Sailboat CHEF Exrrllvnt UMC TRUCES!: *._ _Ml..L.1.! l l4....IMorrN
sales contracted sharply In the IMI 'CHMIS tTAfTtUtod oppor "' 1 t.r .your money MOUSEYROYAL

JAEGER v final years of the 1950s and that .",Costa,,tmith- Post Chrll Brokerage e,... Unity fur experienced man LUFF CMC INC. MAMBOft

DRY CLEANING _: did much to stem the flow of Bob M.rtinIf tootl 1111? who run ut* red l .ho"'n\n- ltt-> III tth tt NoTemportry For '.1. '......04'.'. ocrup.ncy
a /AyS' I .toootion i bodrmim. t bath ,,.'04 sotorn.
I ONE DAYSERVICE PAYMIN? \ corporate funds into new plants fl fi0 lIun i-iYITl"'TMr ship In food preparation and ., lot on 110p15 Road 'nPuultul

"U'O-MOMIO."I"P'"I C Hmllfffull \ ? and equipment. st.I, boot bl hp 140".'tda pr .*ntktlon. ." Homes Roysl' Harbor
I h ; ..,. .,. ItIt
fti NAPLl5 0"'NO CIN'III S a H. "= The margin has expanded In his'. /nle1. 'Nd4 plus I curlo.1.w.t r .b Ipp? NIGHT AUDITOR Must .
I M2 6th A..., So. MI. 2.7390 NOP.TM TRAIL' M5' -7111 WORK OVAHANTUDtil the last few years and this has all 2 UIO bolo. 10 so N be very knowl..lf.iibl. In N.... an ,....p..I... .,...., Sri I Sff Ut hams..ow.u....,".conMructionnn .., Oho two

I i.t AN So /In140' done much to persuade corpo. 20751 .11.r 10 1. .ItsIt "o..r INto.. .,.I ,...1.'. .,.. Haidon Ave SUN Tin
hotel! and sudit .
Jir accounting Dally bull tK.pt a oelfcenU MACS lo t.ll' .1 IHWO ALSO
tl.rcr.ft elumlnumko.t
rate executives to order another >n d for I w..kt Solid. birchmtido ask bout the I 55 homeon
\lug for foot! sndbrvtrifffi
DRIVE INS JEWELERS UPHOLSTERYTROPOL round of expansion. .10 tpeedometer HP electric. I."'p.lightttterter ... rooms II .ft, I M Mat p II yrguarant.e I..co''.". C".'. in NAfLIttOUTrl .

BIRbLRS This year's outlay of about ...'d''.. t loll .... b.tt.ry Only I *iperlnrtdwith Anotlale .t 111,101WILLIAM

1'1t' I $44.6 billion Is 14 per cent higher end*o Dr cover. rl.rmonv J A Blob thoroo HI, Trailr ...".. referenrewill be con- Fill! N. OC.)'.. Mildy 01 ten M"" Tentk II STONE No Ml., I INC IMIU

SHjLSw DRAPERY than the year before. Govern furl Lost H.p''', uttered far both of the itf_. !_ ___ ..

M Tbun Net h/Yawl MEADORS' ment estimates now put capital above position Tlesi ROBERT H JAEGER for 'n:r e wn.r t podroom
,.,. 'rI..t Arl10" UPHOLSTERY CEiiou.e on
,reiJpro ..r.:' JEWELRY :Jl '! spending In the first hail of IMS 3-Butlnet Opp""UCO. mike sppllcstlon In hand. *Meg thopplng"I Ctr trpkerN.p'o Tel I nil ....1. ill.WO. Ml 14IM,
FREEESTIMATES at around 8 cent higher than B/II tf
M' tt per .'rltt.n form stating quillflrttloni .
lIpro J-UtO Ml' | 1011 1 For s.I. by ..t.,. Hit CiilunHoutotreil.r Flit lOIN iTRtir'Rb'RfWMev
: 'or out or or. this year. 'INC m.k. offerwrit. -
fforfn ..,; ./:: tfry limit. 111 IFTM' Awl0 "Jljttlt 5'. No. MI.3-5JOJ: Whether businessmen to Vtlu.bl., ;,.""h". ovelleblo on and salary upoctd. P O ... HI,. "' ...IH.III' right., in
Sedreem "' homo L.'i.
new ultra modern I b., tervl.etl.tien to MARCO BEACH HO. II4STrailers
-- through with these Intentions of original, erchlteeturol .4 0"" good ttor.g.

depends on how business looks a ...,." now under ...,,,. TEL AND VILLAS MARCO room. wilh oltctrl., lo.lrt. .."e"..,.port... utility N...

fie jams are fierce hotels bristle few months from now. t County en corner Courtheuto U' 41 one. N.pletThi. Collier ISLAND DEVELOPMKNT For Rent L... "... School' III'.MlTerm

off-beat travel and all The business tnten. .t.tion offer* tic.ll.nl' CORPORATION for ," 'u,.,
are spending
topics everywhere
profit and volume, potent!.! to
vying for business, hawkersand lions announced this week by lIu."" ,' .Individu.l' tiporience. 504 Ninth Stint South.. "'1......, 51015.4 ., Lobs ".lIy VINCE: CONBOY
1 not ".....,)'. fold trelning "04.',. I SI. I It 5 M hauto REALTOR
venders roam the lovely the government were surveyed program end fln.nclal' .....- Naples, Florid. Appllrsntswill Ir.ilor Air ..... t.nlrol, "..!. Iii Av.
mosaic walks but so oo some before a flareup In international aitce .".11." T...... ,lnft U rontsrtod "within" TV. ..010pi.t.wurn L.i|. "h.. 15745priN Parbway
markets cast Myort, fie Dey* CD > 4111, yard Avoil" .Immod 0..... will
luscious Brazilian beauties.You'll money uncertaintyon evening Wit II Jl, It/I tf two weeks for 'Intrrvlrw tent tor >...." "N toot, I 440Ml >. NOUII
'Jtapta ?tomad see countless soccer the future cost of borrowing.UA 12-.1 t'21Lo.t 'lit' II/S If 5. 1.. tauswa DAILY bdroe.-M.1 :

short.term Interest rate al 111 IIIb' Aui Co. lit ISO.
I) rt, Vollowtlono Ir.v.l Ir.llor '
the national of ,
games ( sport were raised In response to the 12-Help Wanted far Ml. ToinkMlk: Porfwlcondt COLIMAHOYD' Ir.114?

Brazil) being played on the Jump In the Dank of England t Found 'an. Mt 117M our H IOsstlh II N. _."! '2

beach parasols husky ..... 'Immediat.ly' I m.n pr ,.... ..,. Int.r.tto4 In g mail ploto ofaSnai.
gay bank rate to support a faltering 501055 ,. ,... 5n55105 ",.... T.U... is rant .
handsome and fuller truth t Mognum Modt, Spin' Coil TodWilliom. .p.... S1 N a .... 1105 with o fmnlorliiblo.pr.ititolly
By Anne L. Bowes Lifeguards more pound sterling. f:1:11::. County |M M Company. wc.k 4M .i.d SmbottodorHIM C,... .',., P1rY soar 11 ..n5., f kodroomHom.r
luscious beauties Official raising of long-term ., 1.1 ." "" 0 t *itft nururylock
.rt. Cell Mr Qontillnl roolk ol pi.r rid.yovonlng or. and I .0,1,..,04.
14 rates here didn't follow. In ft Myer WI: U.. after 110 PHono Collect Q. (.ady Inr uto On (nod roi.d
f M. ||/|| ut | 55/0 Orl.n.o. ". ftlWANO Thus.: Kill not .b. M tno m.rk.llong :
CHAPERONED practice, however businessmen "a bl23Misc. 48-ApU. For Rent 1.o ut for eN.MA10N1145
dicker with their banks and the WANTKD"
Brazilian women however drill women end .,.,...>.,
are carefully chaperoned from official rates are guides, notlIarant..l. :;: t. Pit Bar B Quo Apply For SsU EBB TIDE APTSw. Phil, N. Hint Hlldy 0" ."

I cradle to altar, and thereat of what business M." |lam If ..bly, 051.1517 lo.1MNally ROBERT H JAEGER

loans will coat.IiInlllc1al Wool iinith.r .ni ..., to work FOR SALE NNd Salts
ter. they are supposed to be ,In 'Intpoction and .......101'
model housefrsus. Women circles are saying It .d.pt pi "..,,,.,'t Drycl..nng ALUMINUMPRESS SABLE SHORES APTS !!..e!L/ ttioppmi Cir Tot t MMiNorof .

..." wwUM .. .., 'd. .. /11.1. n..1. ".. -. ....>oJI / In tills country endure medie may" t* t fontlpr two before ('porMnce****"apply,.,.".'". p.nen.13Help but w'NIwnlntrI PLATES M' >."" Just IIGnat' ,., i
I the course of Interest rates i* .. A IMO down with f MA *e
0.11 bad end An oIntl.nc.t
stlgmatlsm. They have few MOV10 5af paw I bad.n.10
clear And business spending 24tt" x 36" (MUbooth ; \'k' Ir.10 IM;
rights and, if divorced are literally plans may be determined on the ( 0. bed PoliSh S.... and
Want. Femal.L.er150yTypiol !U Ideal for pi
.r &tN.I..M ......,,.. lo v.tNuINANnOLPH
helpless. They own no cost of financing them and on Month ( IRIS ) .

property and hold few jobs the prospects of getting a profit thprthantf reouirod Hunting lodge !-44tt .i M, i-SIU' run.rn N.mN.,

A German cousin of mine who return deemed worthwhile. Permenent full 1110.. Fish Camps riM,.. oportmonlI torn PALMtN MAflNIt".Attoolulo.
w10*. PNnpI 10.,.'.'.. rpJ.'Mt. l INS
lives In Porto Alegre once told .. 54.... 0.' ,IM./v,... 110.IA.5.5.i1710. Roofing & Siding Iti.l.ly Aw.furMahMl 4 hiotkt blot from fromIth I vo

Art me a woman dares not stop MOat 7MAM MW.P Of ., IMuraMo. lot MIIlS Io.ec"v .OMN001rlo. host tho. ) Bedroom. t b.,,,. Doe. O*
FlOOIDAt TOIRISTS' Writ It Excellent InuiUtlon Iw10 bocI. avoolablor5.. DM ro I*. I ton Air fono'ilionor" *nd
for Ions to talk with gentle D.." ..010.. furmthod ..
.. n'
ftlURN FOR ANOTHCR VISIT IT I I.U.I.dy. .ltd ..".,., work 25c It. 5' .000n 14511 turni.hod III Mo ||| |14'" A...
man friend alone even In Apply In porcon, Orec tokof ca. !.!l.L-! .. .__ 5. h0.4114lb / tfrTod7wm

broad daylight on the city loritl ftp phone toll_ I'/* tf COLLIER COUNTY NEWS FuM I.,,.. I bedroom ", ) k.lh. furnith.dIn ,

streets. So male travelersare Lady for yeer round employment opt No pet* or children 1511/ L.'. ".,. "Would" ..,..,
ol Pr.lhor* Dry CloeningD.pt o> I MM renting 10 '....101. l.ff7Al MI
warned. it's "hands off"unless Mutl bo ..pobio. of no.l Large bells sectional sofa, Nlitr.,,i'i b:7ia.10iM7 /:/ "a

properly Introduced at hon ironing'.Ih.'rl.osl. La..."apply.,. mporeon Excellent ConHltlon 1100. hinted ...rt", ..,.. Air Condilionod i FARibly = r.I ..
5...104Uy *., room. 1 INS wllswe **? g.
I a party or In a club. U'ojl MI II-7447. IU 4t 5.1N Vetrly l..tp Hill CrestMeer lop on Lot fully
And for liO.ri't; ,,"'ii' ." fe*. Aperfmenit lit tlh tl ...,.; end :.... .. Alleletlri .
yy. women touring.Ione. ....1.. eiperlenced Only ..,u,. bRACt yowrtolf' tor thrill Ihofirtl North I Sits. I ll/l. .ltd I I4M Ith.n "...... ly.letydretting '
they might take care not to WkfAid days from I A... to 4 f> Mrmo timo yow uto .''u. L..." tuJ.1.-! !! ._ _._ Sul and Nr LAM Lave .SI-.
L.no Bowling Alley cl.l 45 ruot. n.m oiKtrwh.mpiwor room W/w corpol
behind Rio. Corcovado tarry on city streets after Bar, North TamiemlTr.H lo |1 N.pln5r51 I ..4'.pt ....,.,.,,1' furniched ...,.'" .,.... end 4550ullra4 ,
VIEW from mountains dark. Also not to be alarmed JIlt H Hur.. Co_ _____ 11(1 wrthin, ..,... .,.,."... tee 4eily ., 111' .1
above author' head. Sugar loaf in center rear. aWl .c.1 Aa.Sa NA.aR -- --- of booth and ihappmg IIIM IM tenila Lane, Ml 1401THAU ..
when dark-eyed Carlocss ...La or.m-lU Oonorel office worker Typingeherthend. I.ls' M.plo doctor. hbenswc0.4NM thru ll/l Map I Mil or I 111.* 11,11 11 .

with romance In their souls k.tte bookkooping. Ml I D>% I//4 II It I 'ltO''TAQ forgo
.. full lime employment on Merrl.i.nd ,.,. wit* rood fronl.go, full
n.1 .. .=. whisper ..weernoth1l1.orevenbuard PUBLIC NOTICE Cell Ml I M/l ll/l efter'If La's! M .1''f: : ;;;'lli IMI I'h04 tpertm.nl tf/t HCpmpletely ."100.4hIDOI' LAM IS Purnwhod orunfurnilhod

.' ... a pinch on the mainthorough".re. 1.04. 1MM ",. V111.Mua ,... ,.,. .
Maids ..,, c...... i45. furoMli.4)) I bedroom o>tuooncy
'04 Apply" lo houMk..por A.yYP'
.r. .. Brazilian women p| Beachcomber Club14Help .... .114 Iryp.d. 1. .pf. 4 ...... t* tho fier. TV III..' Oolf C..,...
this flirts- STATE: or riomoAriOfllDA .' 11,1 4/ S ? 0C ,lJ1 w"26PerlOn.1 \.. m Adult only nil Ithrurnioho 11
usually solve DfVtLOr MlNTCOMMIttlON tn.--___. ---1tL1! MARLOWE AND BECK
\ dolts wss by going out In twos, .., l lALCOMOA.ICI
TALLAHAItSt. ftOXlOAMolioo Wanted M.Uflvnor.l d Apt SPIN Avo 4 lift rUALTOM
I liD threes, fours or more. There' I* h.r.ky iiv.n Ih.l Iholorid. SI No IIrI5 111 fifth, A... to
Development CommMtlonh.e ANONVMOUbM.n Ml I mi t Me I. | tin
safety In numbers .. '- o Priv.io Airport oilolo Icy M )'....... .' womon ..*. o>,nklngprMi.mi
}C By all means through the toclion II Townthip ti touthR.nge wrk W10A.rS155 At. for ".'. ky .."< 49-Houtee For Rent
go II gist m Collior County. Puntsop Uvoory bw>4loo. s4l '"g Ml Mill V...,... .or*'.", I Si-Lou For Sale
gem shops ofH.Sremandmar' florid, upon opftlM.iion of Oulf din tloon I4.4.0. Apply" M .."..... M.otingt .n o.rtl
the chunks of ." t.nd Corporotion, Pest p...n "SO1, ",.,.... t t.i>n vel at huge raw Office ear u,. ..."*.. florid.Inftpoction .. .. UNIT APAftTMCNT SITE
| .1 7lh /try Two and ... I
uncut stones-nirquotses. reveole the kite lo be Ae ani M.no.or ........ C,, n..... 5t 0 N P M. 14 II' M' *** t kiotui, lo ...ch. ..,., noW.
WPM. for the inlondodf ppporfwnlr| '.0ls..t.w..t. IV>4
purpetet | |
100505. ry
2. ..", ", .. thysts garnets, emeralds, diamonds >ubli. notice I* hereby given ,,,., 451011o.ll.r : : 1.r.laa StiH.o! MARLOWE AND BECKREALTORi
often delivered to the ",.... Airport sat opprovol, will 32-Swsp or tell NANDOLPN 'UlLU. Sa114e,
: .......
e on or oflor Oocemhor .IIIM4 PALMIN" NANOAIIN.01.
-. stores wrapped in newspapers unloM prior ,. Oocemfcer IIIM4 il:. ... 404 for' Ill oro;ii;Tl;;* .I'u P.Ns i Av. WMI yl-a Covo n.pio.. fio
::::::. eouM tt khpwn M writing lothio vico SI.IMM .,.4 by barefoot miters Rio la a Commitoioii why ouch permitthoum too MWas ny oov>lr in t SM oir (Ondilonod .w '''. LAN INN
place to shop. MN wortn, WtotoiortK tholl homo in oily. fpr your .a0.al' :r.ni.1on I .::p..N W...,If OnT; ". 14._ IP Sulf.nd
good *V AUTNORITY Of ,....... 0.. Ml. 111215 Its: IfAvlo 5eqm1/0S 5 sop lanai. fully furnithod Con shod' ..,.,..t |l/''.
>. ((To be continued) votopmonl Cpmmhmpn thio 4th deyPf MM. M102W aft. 5 p. tool Thoron <,d4 Ml t HML Ills {own. lp.r
: o 4 frvck ., ... -'rllf
1045 5 r
DMomb.r AD. |M4 ',.
: _._ Cownfx N..Hg jfor
"rCNOfll" >AP)"AI O. ponoiwoO'. V..r roun work torr
Cheirmenflorid fM mm Asp45'1 t<4 33-ServUes Offered CNN 051 5.0' S g Cyproi Oo"f o,"4Country
Urvico. it. r "H =:
Oovelopmenf 4 M Mil Mo '.dy I Club A.M10sOAN
,."' for ..rb l _, 1111 101".
'- N yurly00M1
MODERN new vacation home penh at the water' WeatherHits Acts It- PUIUC NOTICE1t I Coop/st. PNMAg, 500V114 lit '..' '_.. Ia'ds. CASI5OCAN SiALTY.
(Bowel photo) Dry T w WMhorlngton. tocretory ".'.04 rroo otfim.io* *.ho> edge ,_... Development. Cemmieiion I Ml II.H4 Apt *ll. All .ort IfM M. T1o4101 Tr MJ .1.
!>. t. IM4 INstAte NIARIN.NN11s ".'."'." "// M bocI ,_ ItouM .........elynitnod
Most Of ---- 0"(1:.0' rwviiv .......Hy ".'04.
hereby given thol
In all South and Central America ride visitors up the steep or FLORIDA i pubMc "..,.. will bo hold ky thefiorido Jo-Wsnled T I 54010.0nMN:oo Ml sill lim 1Iy I/It t MHI Iffurniohod 39-Atfeifle
there' no dry like Rio. mountain thJ'Ol.lbJrw1e growth .... .ot N 15. ..... ...,..... An s INS. .104 1 1 .15" IM .,: nM.tod on County
: ;
but tf Intend to make this Nation Today 'AU. ''ti. rtoniOAen Psr4o' now "der rl* kuporuit I blotrso.. ':-X ... < mi orf T.mionu Tr.if.
This great Brazilian metropolis you NNa' 4 N001iy I"'> thot NNP55.0. .n one r.gultion. M the MouooCNomoor t/ud a.ab "..bo.sad, .nd pier A.....kie Dot t* OeM l. crowds between the IurghlgAtlalglc trip on a Sunday or 1 religious Da.Ip..5d CV5.45,0.NN tt.io C.pitof TeHeheeoeo /i ,d ../..:.., it.Al..0 tLLt.!'. I4MI __...!I fUt >o Howoll toloo ........
a taxi win eliminate B< THC AMOCUTCD: PREBBUM mP10td / f lortdo. a.100.t,0N t M A M M..5 C.. MARLOWE AND BECK
Cuanabara Bay towering holiday .5. N S10t4. ITNTe.1ty; 11S .0 Mondey Docomoor 14. IM4. role m'j; 1..1 0.:.: CHARMING I Sodroem -..
Loaf hours of waking rain and snow dun. stA. It..... 5fs15. i.. CNLNC.oy. i" Corcovadao Sugar I of a rxorkofwieoIkO *.. ANo I __ I... NI If e'e.d.
and mountain masse Inland. pened scattered sections but dry .?,. iM50d : ..:p0.Mo".M C5P10s ", ..... _10,.,_ 5501 .....' TOP *. 1 45 .. -.. 'v 'ante ......."." ...,..r .
SUGAR LOAF weather, vUk. M maps otorms, 1'45 llli CNN w.,. ......... ,let r.t.110 Me4M 5,- COLLIER COUNTY Eo::: M1 1510, M. MI 1 tit' frorgiodM Cut,', florid.
U 1 of blue and white 04 I
a dry of InoUiMrn CommMloo oppoirn tf50Roomt 3001
meat the
of The other aerial masterpiece prevailed across NT5p.0b0, rouNl. .5. isle 5e 5.ou,4b *4 tor ...., ,..,_ MOTORSi1.,51M '
purple and green. a city Miloe today. 510M ,..,_ 1040.4.4 7 C04...,_ of 105 I i Hi .. l" moos M 4445. 455.0iad0O /
noise and fun and flirts. I to Rio Is Sugsr Loaf Snov fluriies drilled over ........ _... Ie S..Sy 11,0. 5ine |kor|" lo prOOv Mountain. The only way up 1s R.o4rN304 A+rpNl .... 50.00.0 : M voting o4 n>Hk 'I f't! Hd n"II. nMnorfALMlM
To drive around Rio I* a mMCk of the eastern Great 5,11 5. 1 c-t...,_ of lorritorlol hmH.P II W.g 'MII
which whisk Is0 4 M :":; t:.10.10 t ad (' Coo* ANtlN.N 5.50. .., ...,. MAHOJIS. Atoo<'...
hazardous business, unwise for by cable car you Lakes resins le Mew Colind iIMI., 503004 ;.. 5105 < Milk .4rb0.500aS .V. rent m "' hometo C ...0 Noploo flOOe

the average tourist. "Car- over the busy dry street and and le pans PennsylvaAls., :: :'C..0.. 10 555.0 4, ..m M* =, 5T111MnN.rp&>*}>**'**>on. of 014.,1.504101 Milk Ortor1M I Nw.h..W444 C,. Wag..A ftiN TSlmporiol f>. F"Nlay10.0Ne15./ Ml n ; .I'C. (jio 1MWtig .

to cool quiet and contemplation. Mew Tort end Mew Jersey I 54510.4 545 ..deY oiormno if oy .".... or I Iekonfoo :: ,
Or Ml
loess" (Native of Rio) are op "t.1 DP INr4O 0Y.i.P10.M AIN bo ..>... or tvr I y r / pal 11p..d doom end Board Phone COIL/IN COUNTYNLAL1Y
A fuU view\, of die amounts fell fat the WOOD C" YllfPIVMOUTH '' t Mil ll/l tfRoom .re
wild men behind the wheel. "..n.r C ..ww0. LAN 445 dip ills ..o4oro.- M .. ropooHnin ,, fiMitor-l!! Jffon
ocean: oa one side and the bay Great Santa refiae, with one I Ilad. 4 0.01.510. A D 1451wINoiiL .o on >ro _ort I ttylh Troil. Ml t Mil. I : with boorol prtvete feetClolepnono.
and red rot'O l o4 ..iplio t ofMrm.nonl wail alooet Ml
| Stop-sign light mean falls at Wlane.steeea IA"ltAltO.e" < I w T' iroo ,,_ N. ,... U. NN
little. Standard U on the other Is rewarding. Su' reported .M14PM.Ms proowtor, prioo prtforttor 1"101...." Monforoy 4 'Mr. I 5/45 ll/t tf a.. 'III M 445, ,.......
procedure oM oro f MN Iteo tamMK .
fly Mev. D.v4pM sl ..
malt >'
these Intersections Sir Loaf U best nightender c.M.NM tho f>ori.. Milk Commit .:,. = aMPasO45'is T ,.. W
to slob down at RaU fell alone the Texas I..MNN c ( 51-Wanted To Rent .. on Ijljt C.prtbghw.
moonl ,attic ..,.. 1 tin "'1"" >oo 1;'..., ItbMM Tormo
and vu nothing Is coming- coast and spread eorOmard late S1NN WMAorlpgtpii loci..." CMoratwotiO* of bin twoo 121w'N '
Not far off-shore, at the far OMi.lk moM CemnthMid* M., 4tf.*r Kongo or *fto..(.otho .n ,- ..
> We omoN .. furivxtod 040
beat k across UM central pert of the .... ::: bt ron4 FY/1 1005.40 NN .t 179I5
I or the driver CM of the Paqueta r t I IM4 *5MWaterfront eroor omoro4 by n o 5.0. M gol "" J. Nr Control hMotion Ml.IMII 05004
Itf it late roan through.I end bay you'll see Rata U sectioM: of the PWfteCale mix ot o rnwH pf NNb boo'Do ClIr. .:.'ir.1.: /I/N llII
Island, another must.There prod inland lo Ikerjorther .5 .M -....N b", w c.. pody tor.or. ... '...,.. CAHISSfAh. ftfALTVflfALTOHt .
I Therefore tail are reootnI .4140 504 Ie b.... ........ 00I.1.Mo 510. Coot
and a- I* ferry service over Ratios C45504454.0. 104 : : o..... im MI 7 ? S2-teal Eitate Wanted DM f 0 T."" ..... Tr Ml | "''
mended for touring M .5 r:1ft
10.N10e 0115 /L
r ,, gr
Island ili
and oa me you may rent Cool spots Ibis .omla were : It
trans carton i* advised when carriage bike or use le Mtchlcae run e low erf t be.lo Lot -:.s.54sos t ::.::" 450.4 OlDt HOCMfT M tm pr FN oft N NN !" s0b1
your Won. M III..U .. It N. al
|p buy' pr ooor 5,9
and window- .. ..... I : /
[ I-04 a _. ,,, NNNapNosy
street-walking 1.541sV roop. pi s. prmetovcyOO .
The Laaslnc a record for ... ... Wrote T. .kM :
at .
feet to explore. stately ALL .... .. _...... Mo I Ce to aeon etr bwwo1NqSeOu 5 t"
Orool MI 1 i451. I/l M
s psto-llned treei and re- Do /. Temperatere* ranted. Seawall A Beet Slip2CW ...,..s/y, .N 4.4d, Ie 110.04 .Mp I *>| Terroce Ao I fiopfoo.U t nft>. n. t.g:.-or. f o, O
One of the first plac** to from Mar sere U eorthera asIA Me.M _._a 145IN.e "I to ?> let "I.... to.*<. tt(9 ...n ."|
make '
land atmosphere a dayon WWe Ceael 1 os 1055 .. PAR W. '.'.' .>
In Rio is the famousr11t pt<)Kt* most rewarding MaiM le Ike. lassos and tOe latxMkere Ill. wMfy 01515 TOI Pit 05t A50 fPKfO TO ...IU.i... Would) ..". M bun ale, pnvoloport n)'**00./.*0.*..*.lIe'" G.*,.>

Stsrae. or Corco' ado 910x I suppose would Mow >: lond. Mar AquelesM Shores A01 T/CI 01,001,00"000 TS P AP JAN.0 I I 2:;:r"mn>*t. ot"inM.5451.I MCorveir _1*i. o Ovf/ Moploo froni fop M<,north CoMior pr en. GoieCllr. flr II...t peelo554iC4u.r 4e,,

TIle view Is bnadt- sere reeduceere reported te IM IS., t..OA: 01 TNP MIalN IM>O. W.gen M1) -- eN inn 10-,.. .
ever go 10 Rio without loeette $7500THOMAS / / tvISttTI. AD ngM of toM IMt OpoT; f-.t
aId.rw and will orient' yen) to Coach -A PLO d MtNtStlATON PLOC1 A M'l I.oo Vegoo goop1 ....d cor
overset stCopecabao* bw cold air dropped :: : pt iOMN 545q aP 04 ..... INS ford Comron.w>o 65-On. Keel IsletsfM
est tift. Hovering .
f* *w a look. "l"c TA5.LANASII renepovtxiOM opooipf et IIM
lrt hope to M E. XcBRIDERealtor OVOOM
et ,
IOc ( above the dry. *1* the .retiry TalUJku. I O..H..Q Motoro ti: 5S-S..a Offko
This Is not the pLace to nay see, na., MakUc rJ r1doe"* cap. I "&.6.04 54558 ,7MMIe1.R. i \ N>tM>on

f ranfae cone of rock Isflapped tokss yon are ads" MUmtgejcb Hal day colder tbee Rapid CIt, ey...J R01let toGU" 0001.4a torvioo.M4 : vN/1' 101445 55 .- c-.e: i tlr'u" /f al"/n M4 .,N. \\1
I by a huge stone fi&weChrist. in lark AH. ... Mi 1444 .-j"I I NASS AM. pp. Ml tl'lltl .c SF Jot till .... ? It j
SI Cog-wheel train or Coney Island. Traf- 'J).. dill a reedlac of U. I /! _._ / .... ..,a M x -- _! LLtf jIfJ

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F R E E I 6 7 Beautiful Silver 1 Rogers Sets 1883 T 0!z


One To Be Given Away At Each Kwik Chek ;


i : Need Not Be Present To Win No Obligation No Purchases Required


Prices Effective Deee b.r 10 Thru 12 CHRISTMAS TOYS JOIN THE FUN! All you have to do i is simply estimate length of ribbon on display in any Kwik r
[ USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY A-WAY PLAN Chek Store. Closest estimate to actual lengh of ribbon in each store will be the winner. All en r
SI Deposit Will Hold Any Toy Until Christmas j tries ore selected by an independent group of judges.All winners to be announced during week
STORE HOURS sw0ules...... of December 14th.
.... ......... ..... .
OPEN TIL 6:30 MON. TO THURS. r-rlw"-ww. rmr I ; """""'" T '" 'wlrl+' y IAP"! x j 4 a + zn'laow f
+ OPEN 'TIL 9.00 P.M. FRI The Smart Place To Go For Good Things To Eat! Plus The Extra Bonus Of TOP VALUE STAMPS
OPEN TIL 7:00 P.M. SAT. r rW"" '.''IiI'- "."" .'tN,' "" ........." .,. -\<, wr ..,.,x0wr ,_.' ,, .' .rorr.wr.0.rrr..0.r

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Reserved Limit Ono Your Choice with$5 or More Ordor Limit One Your Choke with$5 or More Order SAVE 1Sc ASTOR FRUITCocktail Umlt On.whh$5 or More Order.
Quantity Rights
1'1 _, lI111i1111'1 ,' : Coffee Detergent SugarS
Juice 4 46es.Cas Limit Four s100 1.1Ia.Folgor'i Can 59c 1.1b.Astor Can 49ci ctpk TIDE 411 C ARROW ctpkS.ve20c 39c 5 Limit 303 tans five $100 Bag :I ge
S A'/:re-BRAVO CORNED Save 24c Says 28c Save 20c SAVE 20c

I''Beef lIlIIt 12.LCan TWI 29 ><** K .11' a. ', 1- ," .....; .> ';4:_. **]1IJ ;* "$W


\ Catsup.. 212'Lltb.F 25c I I MayonnaiseU'LJ" SmUt Picnics Pork Loin Boneless Roast
I} SAVE Be-'. '1RIFTY MAIDTomatoes ; ,;
22S u Fear 25t Quicker
,! Per C fRESHI Skilleler 7ge
SAVE 1 S<-SLICK 1 Unit On. 39 Pound 29 Per Pound 59' I
Per Pound
Food 15 SH? 100
9--1"r.__ '."JJ'J!
Tissue Pk,,. 4ge '
SAVE 9* -CAMPBEtt'S TOMATO TOYS C.ns Chek Drinks Sli. Bacon Ice Cream Corn
ot. 10 Ii
Soup ., Limit Foyr i H
SAVE Inc-CRACWN'OOODSaltines 15 12.LCu. loo Pond 49c HaH 48C 10 Eus 59PEPSI
*.A.ft. 19c Limit FUtoon ij t Gallon
S..4c 1
'*-- ..LL _1fi9olmTJ.. :;;''I'i :t' _. .I&!
AJAX --------
SAVE R".SI.. 1 10 TEEM lEYitlfEn..nm.COLAS
Cleanser .UmltT\rN c MORI MEAT VALUES
SAVE 3c- EFrltraSta

Macaroni Bu.Slue LlmltTw0 10 e g CRACKIN'GOOD6pak. W-D BRAND u.s. CI'CICE TENDER

SAVE 3c -THRIFTY MAID TOMATO 12 bottles Cube Steaks .
No.300 B oz. | Corn Chips fr 99c
Sauce 3 Cans 4ge Ilea D >,S. C :OICE P

SAVE lOc-REGULAR OR SUPER 12 Gust 3 cartels $1' \ "* 49'' Beef fSt .TI. 5... 95c

Limit :3 c.rl.nt wUh.rk.r'urek.a!

4c DIXIE DARLINGCinnamon $J:14j1; Lamb Chops *. 49c

Buns n: 29c B jrj ; Eitra Stamps TARNOW

SAVE:DIXIE DARLINOBarBQBread2 Inc :: = CRACKIN' GOOD Wieners 3 12 ot.*.*. $1 O8

T She 39c J Date Nut Bread 20.LPk. 59c
Po h/propybneFad.pral. JAR C SMOKED

1 CHUN KING "Comfort Fit" Chair P' ; ; f Pork Sausage .. 39c \

CHICKEN Ur.Diid.rp.k89c WUt. Turquoise* COPELAND'S
BEEF. Large. DIlder Pak 89c I Coral .. Chunk Bologna *. 39c

PORK Ur.eDMd.rP.k89* What Thoy Lut Free 50 TASTE 0' SEA COOKED
CHOW MEIN NOODLES 2 Sfc 29 r ,m-a- F CRACKIN'Extra Sumps GOOD Fish Sticks 24 OL p.* 89c

SOY SAUCE 2 S;:. 29c i' Samsonlto FJoctrk TALMA9SE! HALF
HAIR DRYER CHEESE Potato Chips Country HamsOR 89c
They Last r Jj 7 7 Of R.glstertept Spiced Luncheon 6..".. 25crrarrswaar.rrr
'" Anttnutk FROZEN FOODS

Apples51b49c TOASTER McK..sI. P.rdka.k 8.", Ltm.i *r MU.J' V.g.t.kl.i.
:$ Toast One or Two Slkos Green Peas 2.. 49c
Select Light{ or Dark ToastEa.WhAo $699 Process.FHILADELFHIA .. 59c

They .Last BRAND Custard Pies 3 for $100
MAINE RUSSET BAKINOPotatoes FostorU Stoam and Dry Cream 0 'es.lit" Breaded Shrimp '-*.*.. 59c


FANCY SWEET FLORIDAOranges YOURS fOR $699 Cottage *. Cta. 29'' Meat Pies 5 'fer sloe
5 49 Whfl. Thoy Ut Coffee Rich 29c

i CANNON SHEET .a.....= .+c c x rrw uuau-- Peas & Carrots 5 *., $100BLANKETS
Eggplonls.wiDe PILLSBURY BIG nN HUNGRY JACKBiscuitsb
$1.00 "eh [ ]'
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