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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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Claus Christmas To? Bring 41r'b You For ...Gator Alley' By Jan. 5thHelping






Bryant In his Governor Farris N ,4 4w:, READ OUR ADS

that all contracts for ; '," \" lJl "" '*"1"1' "' '''" ,,,,", \, r
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let 'I'
tor Alley" are
end of his term Is ; Santa
require fast turning
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County LettersFilth

ed this morning that
hours delay In the restored In the enter
deny the retiring prlM of the younger generation,
ambition. The NEWS I I. happy to report a

From one angle. It thriving eorrenpoiKitmce today
the mission can be between Naples and the North
t rz ed. The courts Poifl.
I Here are four letters,printed
# pointed appraisers to as rceUd, which WIre sent to
values set by county this office forforwardlngioSanta
Li "1 steps leading to court Clan.
Issue orders of
DONNA WINGATE figures were due
$lowlawn School'A .
came In lower than N. Dear Banta,
Nan Nurse doll and a by the county A cowboy! Mill, pats, snuw
bum to wheel her in.' some Instances. care macMn. pistols pinball
many property owners monsters.
cross state highway r .rr Bryan Clark

dicated willingness to xxx

the missible.county values M : h .. W pr-jrL..rif! 4 Dear Santa

County Attorney I have been a g Adams advised : you leave the poor little boys and
that 51 parcels were girl some toys If yet have any
left I would tike a Mary Pippin
Involved In court
ly doll and her bag a new bathrobe
settlements county sire 8, a do k for my room a
values have reduced record player
to 26. He estimated
1 hope you will like the lunch
than 20 parcels will be I will leave
you. I love
in orders of taking. Santa you
The Circuit Court
Tina Marl. Ferries
a report of 3911 (paotfiut! circle,
praisers set for
.... t
cember 18, at 9j30 .
.... I' a
orders should' be :!
..m.. Adams said. '' tI. -' TJuw'w r : Deaf Rifle Saitta, fire Ctmi engine* i4Mrdsprs.
r '
.tt The next step Is to tie, '
check of the Dotty Clark
of the rights-or-way
44 +
BILL MACEY plus 20 per cent. Dear Santa,
Shadowlawn School is estimated at about i w* Ihliik we've teen pretty
"I want, l bicycle and a This check will be gaud thli year, even (the Mommy
dump truck." Tallahassee and can might think 4herwle and we'd
like fur you to bring u* a cout.I.
(Continued on p g of thing Kim want a doll

1)) faa, ... .. I baby bottle sad a Achy bad snrlBubly )
wants gun and holsters
Petitioners and a cowboy suit And please,
Bunts, make all the Little boy
and girls all over the world happy

"1 CHANGING SKY!.INK For the visitor who hasn'tbeen tide'Christmas with the thing
they r* wishing for.
Seek LightsOn I -r In Naples for several years, the changes that W* love you,
hate taken place are truly astounding The beach Drtly' and Kim Walker
1)v front Is a notable example Sparkling new coops

East and condominiums now grace the arum line, with new

- .. ." construction particularly evident In The Moorings Clark
area The view Is to the north, with the expanded RitchieSign
Petitions requesting Naples Reach Club In the foreground
fie lights be Installed at
section of the new( r (McT.rath photo) Four-Year

".>., < Tamlaml Trail, Davis
I and the entrance to Royal Football Grants
will be presented to
Commission at their next Loss Street Work Chrifttmaa 14hthtH Tw* talented Naples High

\ ,,1 on January 5th. Often Taken For Srhool athlete, Rave nark and
,
Since the proposed Waller (Bus) Kilrhte, yesterday
\4' .. lights will be located at Traffic Signals Signed! four.year fudttwl! grants
.
line, requests will offend then by H'.... 'Ikioser of
KATHY STEADY to come up before Close pr"nmtiy of tuumillatedChrlltm. tINt tfelverstty of Florida.
Carver School"A Naples City Council. Cove Merchants .* 'In'i oration to traffic The two seniors thus become
Score of residents of signals In t"ialness ar .i often the first Ifaflei Up! School tth.tele .
doll baby and a kitchenWBTtRX Naples area as well as creates a lizard to safely, the to receive Mhletlr" scholar.
set." living within the city the City is Ui In reply to City Manager Languishing In dM City war*. Peninsula Moor Club rAAAUaldt skip *Mc. Ittrrr BUIIe took OM
Royal Harbor, Oyster if the petition Vine Wood who hi* charged have acotrdlng 'to Goddard. "'J tare years ago Buth boys were
Goldmflhores are seek t* that no ono was windy to take The AAA lob urged mUoriitslo offensive end and sash was a.
Ing petitions requesting ) to hold the the responslblHty for keeping "And for replacement: they take ed's' caution at Inter* warded three varelly tortball let.
action be taken at the we", the hags flying InC riytonCeve threw .us a bone, light"" fleets serMons, ..,.1.11111\1 (hat II l liadreceived errs,
Int.r SlCt l01I. of busby and aonw balling ret"'rta U feitlv tlftil 'Ikxtter Is i.< ctal. assistant
Ooddard who of
Crayton ls met die
Ac w IN." "iflterfertxc with. the effective. lo florVU foothill each Fay
Margaret Scott, r, leading Cove mercnawi In t rf* Mae til it ill"-" signal In soot. C il....* *nl I II In* university'.
Circuit Court, and fight t* keep the flagp*!*, had Concluded Godda rib eases, It M'i, Ckrltniallh i.,,d ....NH4 r. ,II Ie visited Na
Voegelln who reside
with other this to sari ar* faiten') 'o signal poets and eater |lest eprMgo. see Clark
meets la the "A* soon as tfi* petitions
; : Is .
the close-- the donorslloM wul I Hllchle M arUmi duringvprug
Blue Point Avenue "Th, people at the jponlpot bv been
b
\ readied t will *
by the City's y to traffic 'hunt" many times I* I hirXball drllli, and also
Marina have
the been meticulous
are prime movers to
avaliaM her nth
not *
only the
: flagpole confusing t> ''M driver Iuiiuwe4 player progress
c petitions before county flying tt* storm flags
waning raaUema and
buslneu .
peopled ftir true .
war, but Approedi<< J rritr e 1ions itIowl l ly seuKM
r residents. views on whet very fw cptlons | the Cove, nw to all the (In- and take bead'oathellghts> ., '''_.r'. intereot In the twos

Fa SPEEDWAY re-building mlgta add that! these warnings dtgaam. citizens of Naples". Pnl'*uJa M ''* Club suggest, ( ..ilnud ** page I)
"Many minor arc vUlhl or aUl* arsa.
as several near .
have occurred cm the .".be Ved. "At to AiKrtcan (lag.
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eI this dangerous spot, .' a tO-fox which was donated! # Its told the NEWS. ago bjf U Senoemru It, it has
almost "" giving t bows I
lining completed TMrdftreet been regular with die ;
Route 41, the highway is xceptim of a brief .!tie whenMn. I
I adY 'I At being Used u I race loce right .of Ooddard. In nw *.y
1" Although the highway ha- ( of pavement HMI fallen,wok k h.xn*M repair
bee hardurfaced: )'It. Arougti It* wIppededge.."
THOMAS are using It u a leans

Carver School Before construction only insane DECORAtr: 3 .qtFI'Tt'it
started oa the Trail to the
"A .Johnnie B.Y...."(Pfcc4ogr sry, there were stop signs Cfcy. A And hew shave hoesChrIt'
pfcer hope Santa U better saw Darts Boulevard and at Mt shon- mas deteradoW*" C4dsrd:
ioraed the be about all UM sew trance to Royal Harbor. It win make stilts AM h* bougt- and SM

toys.) rently all signs have of pUe*. up th* riglnai' sot. ny wr
moved b*lading war -b* fact dMt the hearil lights fha'CouMb
sad drivers are eo bee. hi purchasod locally 411 they
a
about In* driving hazard proved ...-..*** wt'thyand
The atte ol the disrepair rh* strings betted wThM ,
fie light U almost
Maple Shoiving ptaca the Jaycees ipent",.

r wiia Trail where a amber of rr eel hundred donate on MLabors' .
r are located, tat hiding Chrtetmw tofgp her
'let 1 osJI f store ". he were th* flagpole which could tie !: ATOfr (;nlOor.,:, Rlev r lark and Ritz fit Me r\ :red and third

Bill Edwards, president Tvrnsr seen from Port Racal: to North frum left i I'k details of four v"',u .'Mtir' "' .""I..t"I". + i ">((?," ''th'n>> ea-
I WANT AD Cast Kapie civic ** Itc.. of in* Naples. Out due tenon. c"et" .
will by Ii" "-sit. nf Florida (onlt/tll scout lobe( U.UWM 1 lift > r ark
take lIP the vgeoey of accord WIlt; cooperation of die U'jr WhIrl anal Karhir _tilth ,
signed. delight d ll"near and Napl a High f othall oath
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(Cesileeto! M sage' ar* too doeorstkra now?** Jerry Mums (right FCC story ( Sr\VS: photo)



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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.BM.! He? Td.". Dcmbr II IH4 Grants.
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,. ,.,,M ,lx J Business
I -", "b Continued from page 1)I County

)1' Mu I local boys is indicated by his

) speed In coming here to sign i
1 i', them. The high school football eo

: .' season In Florida ended Friday rhe county eommUauoners proved a request of Go'den

. night and Saturday was the open. in session this morning went Gate Estates for a reloc ! + lag day all around the state for on record favoring a recommendation of about 600 feet of cana; easement -

signings to take place of me State Association where the canals intersec
I But Clark and Ritchie were r '
of Commissioners with "Alligator Alley. ie.
down In Key West with the backet County
ball team last weekend and did that a county com location was requested by he

run not return until Sunday. Hoover missioner be appointed to the State Road Department.

was) here Monday, having visited State Road Board.A .
the east coast to sign some pro. resolution was drawn and

'tint, spects there over the weekend. sent to Governor-elect Hayden

Clark Ritchie their parents Burns. "A county commissioner Realtors GuestsOf

Uooser, Coach Jerry Morris and .- on the board may not
Mrs. Morris ate dinner last night Uo any good but surely won'tdo
Palm River
at the Tahltian Cove. Hooeer commissioner -
harm one
said at that time that the two any

boys had signed Florida athle. remarked. ClubOver
ee.
Country
tic tenders that afternoon.
Junk yards springing up In
"WELL COACHED" various parts of the county 50 Realtors and aMl.ct4'

: "We drew unfavorable attention of tea were entertained by Palm,
ij fA"jj: are very pleased to have
River Club and ,
two fine athletes like Ritchie and the commissioners. County Country Estate
for breakfast when the Multiple
Clark" Hooser declared. "We Attorney James R. Adams referred
Service held its
listing regular!
always know that athlete
any
to "model legislation"governing
Tuesday meeting there this
who well comes out of Naples has been Junk yards in other at 830. morloInr \

coached counties and suggested Collier Bob Russell, new president tf

I ''1 have watched these boysIn County should ask for similar Palm River Estates, spoke brief.!

practice and games for two legislation ly about this development Hi

years and I consider they havea County regulations presently stated all the new officers urn I
\ / 1 //1'/ /
great future both scholastl. < piofos'ATTENDS require that all Junk yards be in Naples and that full realtu

cally and in athletics as they : CONCERT-Jaceiuehnc Kenned wore a while fur racket. lift over an oft"the hidden with suitable screen fencing cooperation was being ,jffered
:: are good students", llooser shoulder gown right ior the Human Rights Concert at tht I'mtetl' /Nations She was and authorized action to through John Wood Assocla.
said. escorted by Adlat Stevenson the United states Ambassador to the U.N. tea, exclusive sales agents.
Ritchie led Naples pasa.catch. .. see this requirement be met Carl Anderson vice-president.

ers for two years. He played by yards now in.operation. reported that approximately I in

left offensive end and saw actionon ee.Commissioner lots have already been sold, 2t
TERRI KEIIOE, a student at Rosarlan Academy defense mainly at end. lie I lion last week as Florida sports A. C.Hancock houses are occupied and then

in West Palm Beach will be one of the lead was the Eagles' play.caller most writers chose the alUstate foot Legislature Illegal asked the board to goon recordto are two houses now under J/\o

singers in the Academy chorus which will appearon of this season In his final I ball teams "clear up misunderstand- Itructlon.

WPTV-TV Channel 6, on Christmas Eve at two years, Ritchie caught a total Both boys also have lettered In ings" that the Commission had John Wood president of the la.

7:30 p.m. The program will be shown by tape in of 48 passes for 580 yards and 'basketball and track. Ritchie no Intentions to close Henderson cal Board of Realtors then out.
nine touchdowns 5-2 I and 190 pounds, and Clark Unless lined the details of realtor cooperation
Cincinnati Memphis Cleveland and Indianapolisas Reapportioned Creek to navigation. The Intention -
Clark distinguished himself at I 8-4 and 199 have shown good and several door prizes
well. Under the direction of Sister Thomas was to prevent diggingof
offensive right end and defensive I strength speed and stamina in were awarded, including a clock
Gertrude 0, P., the chorus is also scheduled for linebacker. He snagged seven I all sports. Clark and Ritchie are other canals which might radio won by Wilbur L. Sherer

an appearance at the dedication of the Margaret passes for 113 yards and one t the top rebounders for the permit salt water Intrusion. A of Faber Hair Realtor. Free

Tighe Machhn Memorial Fine Arts Center in West touchdown in his senior year 'Eagles' basketball team, and Says Attorney General motion was made and passed.. golfing privileges for the daj)

Palm Beach on December 20th Terri is the and was given honorable men. I Clark Is Its leading scorer see were granted to the realtors and

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Kehoe 720 MIAMI (AP) Florida's next About 4,000 letters have gone golf carts were made available
Wiftsie House and Senate leaders real. from the clerk's office for and Inspecting the
touring
West Lake Drive in Naples. (Photo by ) attorney general says the Leg tzed the possibility out notifying
islature will not be lot owners of the mowingand property
a leaglly Falrcloth's comments were directed .
[ constituted body when It con. to the U. 8. Supreme lot-clearing program con-
NOON STOCKSNEW vanes In April unless It reappor.Court's landmark decision that templated by the Commission.

Plan To Curb Power Of House tlons Itself first. both houses of state Leglsla. Commission Administrative Adams TurnerAtlantaBound

I Earl Falrcloth of Miami,Dem.ocratlc .lures must be apportioned by Assistant Rhys Deatty reported ,

NEW yoRK (AP- Sto"k. It noon attorney general-elect population. that numerous letters had been
told a Chamber of Commerce The court struck down Flor. received In return, advisingthat
Rules Committee Hits SnagWASHINGTON AWlCllai 195/, Frm.tDa 131' Penney U luncheon Monday he hoped that Ida's 1963 apportionment law tome owners will clear

Alcoa D9'1,1 FrepfSul 4s14 PRR 371', which governs the current legislative their own lots, others advising

(AP) Plans In brief, a group of Demo. ArnCan.Z FruehTr 301' pepeola 8214 makeup. An amendment the Commission to proceed and To Seek FundsCounty

of some Democrats to try to Crate with leadership blessing AmCyan gasGenDyn 34'14 PhllMor 7.1/ which would have written this "send bills,. Attorney James
curb the House Rules Commit. wants to limit to 21 days the AmMot 14'<<1'; CenEl 89'1, PhWPet no/, Petitioners. law Into the state Constitutionwas Most letters Indicated Adams and liar.R..
t..'. stranglehold on legislationran time during which the Rules AnT ee34 CenFda 8051e RCA azl,; defeated in the November County Engineer
favorable be in
will Atlanta
reaction to the mon Turner ,
Into Committee AmTob 13 GenMtlle U RerBlJ 421/, (Continued from election.
some formidable Re. may hold up bills page 1)) .
project, Deatty said. He also Ga., on December 29 to repre.
CenMtn
AmpXCp J.0/4 945' Revlon UI,;
publican opposition today. approved by other committees
at the next meeting of the aaso. "Whether we like it or not, pointed the task be Mnt the County Commission u
After II Anaconda DZ Goodrich 1581', R.YTob 391/. out will a
The be days the
plans nay a major speaker could elation December
subject of consideration at a recognlM a qualified member to Armour n'l,1 Goodyr U StRelfP 305'; 29th. on Tuesday, whether it 1* right or wrong, big one, and it was suggestedthat applicants for federal funds to
Babcock 331'' Grlyhnd 221/ Seaboard 453BsttBll ; whether we believe it to be legal each commissioner divide acquire property for public parks
meeting Wednesday of Republl.cans call up such bills, regardless of "Installation of a much.needed .
and recreation
the 8. areas.The
U.
now serving the House the Rules Committee's position 351rk Gu1fOtJ D91" Seca 12811, at or illegal Supreme his district In sections
light the intersection of
Kelly
Court has ruled and that is the two representatives were
67'HonW 1261/
or elected to the new Congressconvening In letters to Republican col. Boeing Sinclair DSt" sea
Road Shadowlawn Drive and the Commission .
law said Falrcloth. appointed at this morning's
Jan. 4. leagues Rep. Thomas B. Curtisof Borden BrunlWk 781 8 intNlck IntHa" 7'7 835'; South Socony,C 664CaterTr 88% Trail, Is now in the making" He, warned that unless the A resolution was drawn to meeting City Mi n r
> Missouri a leading plannerfor Edwards said "Children at. permit the five commissioners .
401' InIPap U 8perryR Us'; Legislature complied with the Vlnce Wood reportedly will represent
Wednesday's conf.rllllci. ClllUIIlI 7.% Jone'"L e9 SBrand '78'1. tending Shadowlawn Elementary court's decision it would openan Attorney Adams Beatty Clerk the City of Naples
urged Republicans to oppose the School have a tough time cro avenue of challenge in the Margaret Scott andCoumyEn- at the meeting.
Conga Rogers Chrysler 583ICIIUI 29 StONJ 88%
21.day rule. He called It "the
phony device the liberal Demo. CocaCola U91JC.en'cott' '1\1 'awtrt'ii.86% sing the heavily travelled Trail, courts of any act which it pas. glneer Harmon Turner to attend They will appear before the
and conditions at Davis Boule. led In the 1965 session. school Housing and Home Finance Agen.
the for comJ
rate have CanES U"4 LlI&.M 82 Texaco 871ConFdts /. county'
Now Well developed" to give
Up the speaker more power. 96 Loch'd 344 'Thlokol 12'1e yard and the Royal Harbor en. Faircloth said lawmakers missioners InTallahasseeJan- cy, Open Space Land Division

As an alternative Curtis proposed ContCan 501Lorllard 41'/4' UCarb 123 trance are even worse could meet without reapportlon. uary 1M9.Commissioners. in a Joint effort. Federal funds
"Minor accidents occur at ask the to call a amounting to about 30 per cent
log
In Seniority more frequent use of an DowChl 781/ MII'vOI U% UnltAlrc 6334duPont governor ee.
2281MMIIM' DS'I4 UnFruit 17 these points regularly and a num. special session, call themselvesinto of land costs may be available
existing rule known as the calendar
ber of very serious accidents session wait fora routinely ap- The if the fund are
or County
EAL 431 Mohasco IW4 special .
w ASH 3TON DjC.- Congressman Wednesday rule. This al. UiSteel
lows I.Kodak U. Mon.'to 8S"4 UnlvMat 1414 have narrowly been averted U. 8. District Court to pre. acquired can get about $160,000of
Paul G. advanced the chairman of a leglsla.
Rogers
to a seniority positionof live committee to call up for a Firestone 411'; MontWd 38 WestiEI 4514FIaPw needed Traffic "signals are urgently scribe a reapportionment plan. James RooseveltTo federal funds for acquisition
of the 160 acre public park northof
..71NatDair 81% WlnnDll 40'FIaP&L ';
166 the 439 Membersof vote on Wednesdays any bill "It's a bad place all "
right, Cull
among 773 NltDlst 26% Woolwth Z'7 Hun For MayorOf Vanderbilt Beach. The )
approved by his committee It
the of Clerk Scott said She said the
U.S. House Repreaen- Ford n N.AmAv DJ'I,1 la applying for funds to help
tatives for the 89th Congress, the permits Rules a complete Committee by-pass but has of .matter of installing lights at the Bryant Los Angeles purchase about 10 acres for a cm
unofficial list Intersection will doubtless be south of the Caribbean
comply to an been used sparingly in the past LOS ANGELES (AP) Rep. park Just
placed on the Commission
County
by the Capitol Hill (Continued from page 1)) Road
because It limits debate. f 'I} i' agenda for January 5th. In the James Roosevelt D-Callf., says
newspaper "Roll CalL"At Rep. Gerald It. Ford of Mlchl. the proposal the matter will go to Naples Friday evening and he'll run for mayor of Los An.

the beginning of the 88th ran, chairman of the GOP con. before the Rate Road Depart. deposited with the courts geles.
Congress Rogers ranked 224. '. said at least 118 Repub. mint "With these "tight" steps The S6.yetr.old eldest son of Sea Gate Names

Seniority Is based on continuous llcans have indicated their In. taken then the State Road Department the late President Franklin D.
of service : tentlon to attend the meeting. Roosevelt told a news confer. Second Of
length ongress- is In a position to List
Matters expected to be die. ence Monday.Junior .
man Rogers was first electedon advertise for bids for the
cussed at the seaalon Include Delayed Road
January 11. 1955!, to the proposed changes In the rules of balance of Alligator Alley not Citizens'

84th Congress, and has been the Republican party and of the Projects orry yet under contract,and let con 'Top

re-elected to the 85th, 86th House Itself more adequate tracts before January S, the High This week's roster of "tcitizen.
87th 88th and 89th Congress staffing for minority membersof Our CommissionRoad date Governor Bryant's term ." of Sea Gate School

eSt House committees, construe .r A ,.JB construction running be. ends. Groups To Sing aa selected by secret ballot of
The new Congress will meeton tlon of a new and more popular"Image" hind schedule on the East Trail Adams was urged to keep their schoolmates has been announced .

January 6th. for all mem- for the Republican r > 'i\i. and in Immokalee, met with dls. Tallahassee and John Monahan Carols as follows by Mrs.Grace

bers to take the oath of office party and perhaps changes In favor at this morning's sessionof road board chairman from this Tonight"Sing Bation, principal

and elect house officials. Committee the House leadership structure. the County Commissioners district posted up-to-date on 1st Grade: Miss Eddy's room,
Currently, there are no signsof When will the roads be Noel, the second annul -
com. Susanne Hortln's
assignments will be the schedule Adams Bauer; Mrs
: tight
a major threat to the mlnorl. 1 pleted and how far Christmas Concert will
made within the first two weeks. ) behind are room, Gregg Topozski; and Mrs
+ was a ty leadership of Rep. Charles A. \ the contractor were questionsnot sgreed. be presented this evening by Martin's room, Christine Weeks
Congressman Rogers
Halleck of Indiana, although rs answered. the Naples Junior High School 2nd Grade: Mrs Wilson'
member of both the House Interstate -
several members, Including Commissioner A.C. Hancock DIFFICULTIESAdams choruses in the school auditorium room, Debra Kay Gamblll; Mrs
and Foreign Commerce Ford and Rep. Melvln R. Lairdof questioned If the Conner Con. reviewed for commissioners
at 8 o'clock. The concert Turner's room, Tom wagers
Committee and the Merchant Wisconsin, are known to be struct Ion Co., four-lining the the stand Judge Lynn will be directed by Fred 3rd Grade: Miss Plttman'i.
Marine and Fisheries Com- available U the GOP decides to Trail in East Naples, had been Gerald took when approached to Selph. room, Raylean Slavln; Mrs Sa

mittee during the lastCongress. change leaders. taken from the State Road Board move up the court date to hear Both old and the new Christ Y1l1.'. room, Don Taylor.
bidding list County Engineer reports from the court appoint 4th Grade: M rl.Dtlfenbaucll"
Harmon Turner was of the opinion mas songs will be heard preserved -
ed appraisers Adams pointedout room, Jeffrey TtiurMon; MraO'ConnIU'
the firm had been removed from by mixed choruses.girls' ,
that a full docket for Judge room David Walker
the list, but could not be sure. Gerald would require the choruses and In duet 5th Grade Mrs Marshall'sroom

For lateststock He pointed out that any change hearing be taken to another and solo presentations. Solo Mike Arthur; Mrs. Toper-

r In road building specifications and that all ists will be Phil Saad. Becky ski's room, Jim Reillyth .
would extend the time of the county owners of Steele. and Debby Wain. Mary Grade: Mr. Abernath,'.
Involved would have
prices parcels to
.
contract Grimm and Becky Steele will room, Beth TtUey; Mr. O'Con-
Hancock said "It Ian 1 any be notified of any change In the sing a duet number. nell's room, Georgette Shepard
of our business whether the firmis date set for the court hearing.He The "top cltUens" are named
Debby Hasslnger will accompany -
current commodity .I on the list, but it Is our concern said the obstacles to move the each week after a list of three
.a on and Martin
.t\ a b ." HI.was firm In lit, po. the) court hearing ahead were organ. names is chosen U each homeroom
Jones. Anne Barkau
t sttlon that contractors unable to and
quotes \ .
too great.In and submitted to the teach'ere
meet contract deadlines should reviewing results of the Debby Stump will be piano accompanists who make the final select i
be taken from the bidding list. .
report by court appointed appraisers Uons. \
or Investment BIT OF FUN- -Mr and Mrs. Lloyd It Thomas of Turner was not able to eitu be cited one Instance .

Melvin Village NII. and Annette Olsen, 6, of Larchmont mate how far behind contractorswere where a property owner was r37r eeee ee .ej .. 1 I
the and the
Trail
help of any kind N.Y pose as America's 'first family" of litterbugs. They widening on of Highway Job 29 In the asking relmiursememof$1,20rfor \ 'I':
look at waste In New York. The :
meaningfully a receptacle
business section of Immokalee, rlghts-of-wsy across his : The Musichausen
"family," In costumes designed by Mrs. Thomas, draped behind ache.dule. and the :
|lust call, toll.fr.WX. ..- "but they are both property county appointed \
with 1,000 pieces of litter, was In New York for the 11th ." appraisers estimateda \ UON HOLZHAUSEN *

4000 annual meeting of Keep America Beautiful Business operators along the fair paymem( at $96\ %7nSort I I 9 *,
% proprietor
Trail and In Immokale are re. appointed appraisers set ( .0e
ported "concerned", alone with .
the figure at $850. Tin pro .
Hancock, over the delay In road
FOR SALE eOftlltr\letlon. party owner accepted die count) and'ffl
figure. and settled BUY QUALITY MONEY

This example was typical of ......- "/ ,..Iwe" 0> .. TW M
1963 International P1 only 11,115 Actual Miles i iI of ....... MlMy _|.. ... ...rtmOTI ? kM_ .... Prtol &M..
ir scqulrtngrightsoiwiyconsiderably ..
....... .
'w
Adams o.g. -. ,.w. bet M
15'3" Fiberglas Boat easier. said w._ T"dMN..M
"'
Contracts for :21 miles: of ,. .-..... -..e ..' ,.w. 1m.rot. N

with 40 HP Evimude Motor with" I WHY RISK 'EM ? Mllgator Alley" In BrowardCounty Aw.r"., h...- ....... see _.. p4'. .. M

only 60 hours running All electric with push running from Andy ... eNle wee-PrecuWe ..... wee p Pew..e'IoMa.,4at.gNr

I button controls. NO RISK 'EM town to the Collier line, and ales": ,. Pee,H ..... _.. pie ieis.ssCMmtTMAt

MERRILL LYNCH, 40% less Than Coitor CALL NOW fOft ,UT... have 101/5 miles been la Collier and County s ccut a.* ,*.,.%im.aeWr
already let. construction -
una "a*_! hiv* not .mflaUd these. prtrti M ffr, hue fr e.i..
6 will trade for Is .
PIERCE negotiable secwitiet or underway.With 'late' off The quality ditrovnti tinted here are rerfnctMNM -
equity in reel estate. all remaining steps necessary from UST PRICE! We want U make acre tlnelyer
FENNER & SMITH INC NO-RISK : for acquisition of property fMiy| ,.? .,j DJ tile tree n4 s wsmtk that *....

MIIIR "I 11I1 IIMM I....... ... /tNM """ .., ItNI N/ ..._" ?....... HARRY E. ANDERSON for rlghts-of-wsy fro WIHB able. U crrat MMWNIODCN .
CHEMICAL CO. cessfulrv accomplished COllI SCMINO NAFtCl nowtftV I.. AM 4 TIM Toed
169 EAST FLAGLER 905 'H th Sf
MIAMI No "
FLORIDA
6 MONTH CUAXAMTIt I [tracts for the balance of the I

Teleekenei FR 71451 Call MI 2-3922 anytime, for Demonstration. MI 2.4148 hlghwsy.be let In early about January.40 mUes, win The Musichausen_ .






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COUIM COUNTY NEWS NcplM. FU_, Tu..dry D, ...mb.HEAPING .. iS.I ryt 3r

Percy Kilbride Had Real AAA Outlines -


Driving Prograr ; :


. Fear Of Traffic Accidents for ana w For Yule SeasonTAMPA "

OMEN "
HOLLYWOOD (AP) He The cerise finally became la. By MAROARIT SCHIERP -- A five point safe a.
wsMed Botktoc more than to be tolerable for Mm. He was .... Driving program for Chlrstmti
left alone. quired to perform violent etuntf "hen. Ml. 1 2107 shopper was outlined today by

Percy KUbrtde was a puzzle which his trail frame could not the PwliwuU Motor Clue
to the Hollywood crowd. He had endure. And after playing a va. _
been an actor mOlt of his life rlety of characters during Mi > \AA).

starting in his native San Frani career, he found no pleasure In .;1111',,, Emphasizing the fact that ito-
Cisco before the earthquake. He portraying Pa Kettle In film member U cm of the most daivcerous -
had played hundreds of roles In after film.Despite. driving months of the
stock companies all over the the UuKttsnmenti of I : ear, the AAA Issued the lol'Wing l-
West, getting stranded : motoristsMI
in some more money and better working Ise suggestions to
of the lesser towns. conditions at Universal, KU. downtown Yule shopping excursion oN
He finally made It to Broad bride quit. For eight years he *!
way, and became a standard lived quietly In HoUyvood, 1. Avoid window shopping
character man. His wry, nasal cronies occasionally, _
meeting
?hen' you are behind the wheel l.
trice, his wide-eyed comic man. but mostly occupying himself
have the
until parked
ner and his spare frame became with his solitary walks. lit you
familiar In a succession of com. He submitted reluctantly to 4 lY c \r before you enjoy the les-
edles. He was content In the an occasional Interview The 1r aely decorated store window,

semi-anonymity of his acting last one war a few months ago T i riving a car Is a full-timec),*.
'career. when he met me for lunck He 2. Be especially alert for /'
Then came the movies. talked vaguely of doing another attic lights. Many downtown
He was generally cast as a but there vasnt Christmas time an
play or movie areas at cards received on. ht'ii 1
J: MW of many
)aH driver -he didn't drive
much conviction In his voice. festooned with holiday
ally 1)2111 i l bntlulm' Mrs. Olev long shoun .ibt'd
farmer m
or a he bad always during the luncb
Only once red
been a city fellow. His most not. did Percy abandon Us casual lights, and these (usually confuse at :N.ipU'H.mmunity\ ) : Hospital. (NEWS photo! )
and are easily
)
ed' casting, and the one that attitude. That was when he dls. III green
ended his career, was aa Pa cussed the traffic that an Invet. with traffic signals
''Kettle. A lifelong bachelor, he crate walker like himself has to 3. Give shoppw...ry pedestrians -
had to play the rural patriarch face. He spoke with real fear Ni a break. Downtown 92nd Birthday
of a dozen kids. when he mentioned being struck areas are more crowded thai I

' The Kettle series made him down by a car a few years sar usual at Christmas time and
famous, and he hated It. He had Uer. pedestrians, tired from shopping -
always lived near Hollywood He left me to continue his are often loaded down wltf For Mrs. Mong
Blvd., and he enjoyed taking Jaunty stroll down the boule. i I packages that may obscure then
long walks. Now he couldn't yard. On Sept. XI he and another \ vision when crowing the
.proceed a block without being actor were hit by a car as A regal' old lady who vlvldl) the community. She has made
De alert forthem.and,
,,
stopped by an autograph seek. they crossed a Hollywood Inter streets. recalls four score of White her home since coming to Naples -
:Ing tourist. section. The other man died. wherever possible give their Chrlatmaaes In former homesIn five years ago on lit

Percy survived until last Fri. 'Silver Bells' the rlght-of-way. Anothertlm Pennsylvania and Ohio was Court South, with Mrs. An*
the roles be reversed,
day. He was 78. may honored Sunday at Naples Com* derson.
William Allyn 4. Avoid piling Christmas munlty Hospital on the occasionof Dam In Butler, 1 Pt, on December -
- Theme For JWC bundles and packages In the her \92nd/ birthday 19. ISIS, Mrs. Mung

Dies In Auburn Clark Fit backseat of the car In such away She Is Mrs Olev Motig. the has a great-grandson Robert
; block vision
as to your Decks stationed at. Air
Tinsel Ball rear-view mother of Mrs A.A. Anderson Tyndali
Funeral services for ForrestD. through the mirror of Naples and grandmother of Force Elsie and a great! granddaughter -
Had Home HereWIWAM Clark, 65,of BonltsSprl gs, "Silver Bells" will be the Under no elrcumstances. tiouU Mrs. Enid Decks, office secretary Judy, who attends

who died Friday night at the theme of the Naples Junior you place packages on die ledge si GoldenGsie Estates. Miss Harris School In Muart,

Ochsner Clinic in Baton Rouge,, Woman's Club annual Tinsel In front of the back window To celebrate the occasion Fls. Robert will celebrate his

La., were held at 10:30 o'clock1h1l Ball to be held at the Beach 5. Try to do your shopping there Will thrre-ttsred birth 19th birthday this ,month

morning In the chapel of Club Hotel on Saturday night during the daylight If pos- day cake and an orchid cor- Mrs. Mong moved from i Pennaylvlnla -

the Richard A.Pittman Funeral r-- from nine 'til one. sible. The earlier darkness sage. Friends and Immediate when a small childto
home with the Rev. Carroll t Abbott chairman hours of winter Increase the
Susie ,general
-. members of the family were Minerva, Ohio, moving laterto
of the Lee Memorial has announced that danger' ; of accidents
Staples, pastor .. : present to alley congratulations Cleveland to live with her
Methodist Church, 3'i" .. tickets will be available at and well wishes. daughter.

Bonds Springs, officiating. ... :; ;; R the door as well as from club Until a few months ago, Mrs
Military rites at the grave- members. Forms) attire or Wai worth Tapped Mong was active In and tooka

side In Naples Memorial Gar- } kF A cocktail dresses will be worn Phi Kappa Phi keen Interest In affairs of
dens were conducted by the by the ladles but the Ball 1s By Conrad Molter

John Murphy post of the American not white tie and taus.Assisting Richard D. Walworth sun 01 For
GOT A HALL YOU WANT DECKED Experienced Has Party
had die Ball Wai. Presbyterian
Legion of which he beena on committee Mr. and Mrs. Burton C.
is available at Gulf Tower Apartment
charter member. help Bret Mrs. John Emerson worth, 951 Fifth Avenue Couth, Tenth Birthday
Clark had lived In the Stanton on Gulf Shore Boulevard whore the Christmas tickets I Mrs.Susln Anderson has been tapped for Phi Karl Church Circles
w t subdivision In Books spirit was rampant Sunday night as residents decorated and Mrs Mike Phi, the national honorary achy Something different In the way
for the 10 their club room for the holiday season. publicity decorations.! I title fraternity. at the Vnlv rl. of birthday parties was enjoyedby
Springs He was the retired past years. Santa's helpers shown here are : (t'.p, 1 to r) Rare, ty of Florida, U was announce* Meet Tomorrow Conrad Molter and 10 of his
managerof of Gulf Towers this wt kStventjMwo buddies on Sunday anunoontrnm
Associates Investment Corporation Mm. and Mr. Alan Slade, managers Tomorrow II circle day at tlo4
and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Dublik, of Riverside, top scholars were
of Gary, Ind. the Conrad who of
Included In the Initiation croup First l'resbyterlsnChurch la the son Mr.
He is survived by his widow, Illinois, apartment owners. (Left 1 to r) Miss Hospital GroupTo Members are selected from all Friendship Circle will meet and Mrs. Joseph R. Molter of

Mrs. Virginia Clark of Bade Sue Reichert with Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Utterbach. colleges and school of the unl at lair o'clock In the home of Hickory Rued, turned 10 over the

N. ALLYN Springs; daughter Mrs Virginia Miss Reichert is Mrs. Utterbach's daughter. Hear Chorus veralty, but ellclMUly la limit* Mrs. I races Martin, 1608 weekend! and celebrated by taking

Hooper of Palm Beach; ason (Photos by McGrath) to those whose shcolaetlc a.chlevemenl Cray n't Road, with Mrs.LouLs "the gang" for swamp buggy
WUlkm N. Allyn 90, of Forrest D. Clark, Jr. of places them In the Hack ss co-hostess. Service rides (with a slight assist from

, 14 W4 Lake St.. Skaneateles Abadan. Iran, and four grand From Lake Park tup 10 per cent ot the gradual Circle will mart at the same Dad) In sddlllun, they had a
N.T., and Naples died in Au- children. Pfaff Adams to join the Chamber, while. lag class. hour in the home of Mn Ida snappy fame of Wfkbsll, rn: foot
"",bum Memorial Hospital Auburn He was a member of the Adams explained that the final The Lake Park Chorus under ward J, Ctllum.ky.4000Gordon rares' and swung from! a"IIIIIh
7 after action of acquisition of rtjWs. direction of George Booker hanging lire swing reached with
N.YM Dec. a long the
Illness. Masonic Lodge In Gary where Guest SpeakersFor of war on the toll road must will present s program of holiday New East l Naples Privet and also at the same the aid of Conrak's backyard set
Private funeral services he had served ss worshipful be complete by January 1. music at t... Naples\ Com. hour Sunshine Circle will meet. of monkey bars. Refreshments
held the master. He had served as finance On the lighter aide, Harry a unity Hospital AuxlllaryChrtst. Fire DepartmentBusy In the home of Mrs Elmer followed And It's safe to assume -
were at home.
family officer of the John Murphy SeniorsThe Shatter, long time soloist oi mu luncheon, Decmeber 17, Jtraiib, 446 Rudder Road, with a gaud night's sleep was
Interment was in Lakevlew Cemetery Post of American Legion, was club, sane "par Away PI.cu." 11(30 p.m., at the Beach Club In First Year Mrs. Arthur Holm as co- had by allMembers,
Skaneateles.In a member of the Bonlta Springs activities of the Naples and "Sweet Mystery of Life". Hotel honest of the party group
1915, Allyn founded the Chamber of Commercewltb ape. During the first year of operation Included I Jim Cannon, Tim
Barracks of the Veterans of It was announced that twoirem. Speaking at the luncheon will Faith Circle will meet at Ii30
Welch Allyn Company Manufacturers Foreign Wars and of the Lee clal reference to beach erosion, ben at the club, Mrs. Elsie be Joseph O. BtrtoUml hospital --Dec. 9, 1903 through o'clock tomorrow noon InSpltn- CaMeet, Ken and Phillip DeVUle,

of specialized media Memorial Methodist Church. and the Collier County Commis Bony Upham, with "flowers", administrator, Illustrating Ms Dec 8, lWJ4"the East Naples Hall' with Mri. Robert E. Mark McKay, Martin Yahl, Clay
cal equipment using a number sion's Interest in the projected and Donald E. Met, with "Drift talk with the new scale model depleting Fire Department answered a cer Edward. nllle, Gary Bean, and Alan,
of his own inventions His Naples Fort Lauderdale road wood," had won place in the re. the major hoepltal ..xpan..Ion total of 75 calls Of time. Adams, Mrs. Louis A. Greg and Conrad Molter
greatest contribution to the me- were outlined at tale week's cent show of the Florida Fetor program. five were for house fires one and Mrs, John C. Fuss as hoi- '

dical field was the first mirrorless Repass meeting of the Senior Citizens' turn of Art.Julius Mrs Anthony Federicl,social automobile, one piece of loadIng teases| while members of Honor BoaGolden
direct-Illuminated Club. Laser of the Naples chairman Is U charge of reservations equipment at a rock pit Circle wit) gather si the
oph David Edward Repass, 47, The speakers were David PfaB Recreation Department presented phone Ml S.2OTO, n...... home of Mrs E.W Timber-
thalmoscope. He held U patents who lived at 105th: Avenue,Naples executive vice president ol the trophies In the form ct cups io Included on the program of the and M wer..rll.wish thank the lake 23 Second Avenue, South, Gate
"We to peopleof
for instru-
diagnostic Park,died Sunday In Naples Chamber and James Adams counsel the winners In the club's shuttle- Lake Park chorus will be Gou.DocS' si lilt o'clock with Mrs Eleanor -
ments, many now used by doctors Community Hospital tie had tor the County Communion. board tournament John Rldder "Pralae Te the Lord rlHolt. East Naples for their cooperation Crockett ss co-hostess,

Internationally. The factory moved here three years ago A total of 194 persons attended and George R. Bmlth. ." from the Christmas Can. during our first yearof Mrs. Robert Coe will ewer Guest
of L
U now located at Skanea from Bland Va.. where he had the meeting In the auditorium Plans for the next season will till; Mallotte's "Lord's Pray. operation, said John A. tain the Spencer( Circle at 8
the Woman's Club The special chief of the East
ales Falls N.Y. been engaged In the practice of theclub' be reviewed at a meeting Thurs. .r"; "Pants Angellcus" by Townsend o'clock tomorrow night In her
Allyn was a former member program was In charge of day of members of the recreation Franckj, "Bring a Torch Naples Fire Control District.
law and where he had served
and thespeakers home si Lila Keren Avenue
of the Skaneateles Board put presidents croup and the club's executive Jeanette laetftlla" a French The sentiments were echoedby
as commonwealth attorney for were Introduced by C. Maria" b Schubert Members, of(he Morning Clrele
of Education, a Rotarian a committee, which Is comprised carol; "Are > Assistant Chief Al Csy.
and Bland County.He A Wicks, first president The of the present officers and "0 Holy Night by Addama.Nl met this morning In the home
32nd Mason a
Degree was a veteran of World others participating were Earl D. and the put presidents Club ,4i' Mrs, James Keefer, 133
Shrine, and an honorary member War n, a member of the American Frltsch Evan FelgMner, Arthur President Robert Thomas YORK ', ,save Drive,
(AP) Rick
of the Lions Club of Skan- -
Legion In Bland, Va.,and Evens, and, Stanley Dennett.second again announced that tickets will e"1( inl.MrySun.hiri. .")tl.toyMi It's A Girl;
eatles. He also belonged to Earnest L Sowerwlne,
of the Masonic order at that be placed on sale shortly for
work mutual
ediplaHtm -
> el i cm a
the Skaneateles Country Club, president oftheorganltatlon.who club's annual banquet to be held KilchclU TRADINGSTAMPS I
place. "f "A Mldmmmr Nihl'i For
Lake Placid Club and First Besides his wife. Mrs. Martha Is recovering from a serious 111. at the Beach Club Hotel on Jan. DM*" ** ii
Church of Skan- ness, also was present. Sheriff and Mrs.len-
Presbyterian Repass of Naples he ls Members reminded by uary ISThe I'r version wing. t..1 of Drputy LEflSEA
were
eateles.He tifht te slateda ofl-Hro']**y neth Kbehell became the proud
survived by a son, David two and 1m.
was married In 1906 to and Hazel Pfaff that It was easy Arabian peninsula has ..ht',,i und f B...,* ', *rtcH1MANINT parses of s baby girl iMs morning
daughtersCatherine residents of NaplesRIDE
for
portant no river and no sizable lake ..
Gib-
the former Miss Bessie all of Naples a sister Mrs, I'' si Lee Memorial Hospital

bons who died In 1936. Later Betty Kelly of Tszewell, Wand .. in Fort Myers. The baby was ,.'teoR.tp eraerrh/
be married Miss Helen E. Rut- bom at ItJO a.m. and weighed
a brother G.R Repasi, a
ledge, of Syracuse, N.Y. Besides member of the United States a 1 .t_ 1 pounds \n ounces. A BRAND NEW FREEt

Mrs. Allyn he U survived Navy. Mrs Kltchell. known to MAINTENANCECOMMERCIAL

by his say William Gib- Funeral services and Interment friends ss "J 0' 1s c-owrer

bons Allyn. president of Welch will be In Bland Va.Local of Vsrda's Dcawy Salon at fREE

Allynj two grsndsons.WilliamF. Cnyton Cove. ,,; ;c _:. il
arrangements are being gars t s gnat nee" ear Is
and Lew F.. a granddaughter made through the Earl) G. test ftVKStlM alaaae.

Miss Elsa Allyn. s sister, Hodges Funeral Chapel.Sanborn e'tC., t0515115 yeee vacates
Mrs. Harry Palmeter of Auburn Ml., Has ft full I few 01 l ,lit

N.T.. two great grandsons ime fee IIIIt Iff* gifts ant .*
and five nieces. WATER ,I- prt"leIt' .that see JOII/
Residents of First Street In *< s but: MI.. Seal.

Naples will recall seeing Allya Mrs. Jane Sanborn, 90. died ?
on his regular early morning this morning at the home of her FIE WOUNE

walks. During Ms business son Robert J. Irwin,SOI Connection HEATER e IRE FLORIDA OQMICESIPR
years he walked seven miles : Avenue where she bad

dally, but in later years this been making her Is ma. ,.. PIRHINOusttuow4

was reduced to three. The Born In Canada In additionto I. the ky4eW ia1 e'0 IAn AND TACMLI

AUyns resided It 66 Tenth the son here, she Is sar- I nO'IOIo1 '.".011.41 ,041 *>,<.. AUTO... TOUR
j ;<1 doe "" 00. ,
for 11 winter Norman ...,1 lilOAMT
another ,
Avenue South rived by son 'aidem.. ".\11'''' see wants '(,08'IOA)
seasons. irwin of Windsor. Vui three A r ..,'I.M ea .__..,eI .tet. FRIK
daughters. Mrs.Irene WlllUms ....._.... et ..,. Add'. ,_ PRIVATBPLANE
Annie .-: iee ee.I, ," MIDI
of Miami. Mrs. GramUng -- seer per.wo
1 .,,... .,,11' Win wane HOCO.6IN
n
of Jensen Beach,Fla..and Mrs. file end SAils
YOU'RE Lora Paige of Windsor Vt* TO THE HOIMV'' Sandra Taft:: of San Franctso: be .c that te be a -'hampton .(,:--J.--- F mtiee./Mt ,....,., n .,,..
L'f her hound needs road ,h."ll Tslihan a '- "S .*.*. end r..e
a sister Mrs Minnie Otwsy. show dog Afghan work While requires "
GOODBANDS Regal,Canadaj a brother,Joe one to three mile trot daze. the dozen < need It Solution she t i-- :is her dog beside her wmaew..w.
I Kaox, Saskatchewan, Canada car while she den e. about id( i.;..;o an hour on I set luded I'' u.<: r

WIT nine grandchildren and 28,rut fOI own TO SPAI CALL YELLOW

jranddilldren.Funeral If you a,. p'W' *n'r SPICIAIS Ill THIS V-6 PflFOtMlIMMIO FOR AND BLUE
services and Interment Ot tofUt right t .,* ?
.r will be to Wtodsor Vt. I..arealeed MB tou>.< (<* lunch. you 'U tan SIQN
t&' y'ni** C"AIOI Local arrangements arc being tote die totpoon kith* ni h' F... 111 e' $3,041() "" JOPIG
.Mtoir A***Art handled at the Earl G. Hodges rile M.re <. >., IM __n itMconeenio ., ., ...1....' IU feraiaMM *ee gee FOR DETAILS'
fiM sews TM aid TfIIADY
toffee 12.50
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Sir I Neut $ f:.'MAKINGS, OF AN INTERNATIONAL.,' ":':> 'GULLIVER ft wr Soviet Military Strategy

i' jTjJjjjj] includes Long-Shot Risks

ucFNEfr :J
-=-- RAY CROMLEY
".\ .1\- BY
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1964 t J
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It's The 'Altitude' That Causes Concern \ : (NEA,
l''t,.; .. Testimony liven by Swedish Soviet went Col. SUg Wen.nentroem .
Ruuiln
The United States Supreme Court is, unanimously the controversial public accommodations and,Ivn the an risks insight 1 the Reds Into are long-range wills to run. military

a. Its Mme indicates, the top judicial section of the new civil ;110"IIo1 ; w SEA strategy A decade back,. the Russians pea the United States push.

body In the nation. rights law, saying that restaurants and ing ahead with great numbers of Intercontinental bombers
.
At final arbiter of federal law it has motels must serve all races if their customers armed The with Reds large decided nuclear there bombs was no point in. attempting to

also become, in a sense, the supreme or food move in interstate com- UP Instead. theN chow a calculated gamble

legislative body in the nation. merce. However the decision did not keep Then let their Intercontinental bomber force remain small

With a veto on the constitutionality of specify how remote from interstate commerce Thus they deliberately took the than risk their of committing chief them
being much weaker enemy the
federal laws and state laws touching constitutional a business must be to escape from I United arises to States, In strategic air power for at least a decade

questions, it has acquired a this provision. Apparently there is no While, leaving themselves partially naked strategically ,In

measure of executive supremacy. business that, does if the justices continue th,' iflSOs. they put their funds into what was then long.shot
research on 5000-mile() () missiles in the belief that bv'
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chancy
This Is not because the men who to see things as they did yesterday.The \iEI1\ the 1960s they would leapfrog past the United States with

comprise the Supreme Court are neces- court's decision came as no great 'c nuclear.tipped ICBMs the United States could not match

sarily the wisest men In the land It Is surprise to anyone, and an overwhelming -
TO REALIZE WHAT A LO SHOT GAMBLE this deci
simply because somewhere in govern- majority of businesses concerned will y Ion was it must be recalled that at the time no one had

ment there must be a final authority abide by the decision. However a great ever produced Intercontinental missiles, The Russians had

second only to the people. many people cannot but wonder if the no assurance they could make practical nuclear warheads

In Its history, it has been both lag.gard court has not stretched overly thin the practical(At that time militarily U.S.) experts had decided the concept wasn't

and precipitate In relation to the Interstate commerce clause of the Constitution Wennerstroem' testimony indicates the Russians calculated .

popular consensus on subjects such ISstates' thecould bluff the United States as to their might
I until the'leapfrog gamble succeeded and they had missile
and civil rights, censorship, religion The court's decisions on state reap- superiority

social welfare. portionment, outlawing regional repre

Nor is there anything magical in the sentation on the pattern of the U. S. THE RUSSIANS may now be producing a 1964 version of

number nine the number of Supreme Senate of such that same gamble.
are vast import to the Moscow military-scientific experts know as well as U.S.
Court justices It might have been fiveor whole state-federal structure of the Secretary' of Defense Robert McNamara that the United Statesis

15 or any odd number. Custom has country that Congress is expected to pass well ahead in Minutemen and Polaris-type ballistic missiles.
It appears that the Soviet Union is not attempting to catch up
long placed the number at nine. legislation during its upcoming sessionto
In this race
3 particular
But when Franklin D. Roosevelt void the court's findings in this par- < / .. ;'.I r If there is any parallel with the 1950s the Soviet Union

sought In the 1930s to enlarge the court, ticular field But such congressional action : will let the United States win this Mmutemen.Polaris sweepstakes

which had declared one New Deal re would be effective or constitu- _futIfL. .::,. '':: / i ; .i//<:. ''ti : ; Edi Instead without, Moscow a real will contest.-In the 1964.1974 decade-takt along

form after another unconstitutional to tional only If the Supreme Court choseto .ahot research gamble on developing radical new type

"pack" It, according to his opponents, accept this limitation. It seems likely The Best of BoyleBY QUICK QUIZ I [ of strategic military weapons aimed at putting the Sot let
with Union ahead of the United States In the mid-1970s.
more liberal judges-he was widely that the men on the supreme bench today
As noted in this column recently, there is considerable
criticized for tampering with a fundamental would not HAL BOYLENEW Q-ls Hit giant! panda i a evidence that this is exactly what the Russians are doing

Institution of the republic. As In Roosevelt's day, it Is again not bear .
Roosevel sought to change not a law a specific law but the "attitude" of the A-Though the panda resembles '' SOME: U.S. MILITARY SCIENTISTS worried by this devel
first ,
YORK CAP) Things a now has dropped back to a bear in outward appearance for expanded U.S. research in a wide
opment. are pushing
but the "attitude" of the court by a con- court toward several fundamental Issues columnist might never know U about 12th p .. studies of thi e array of way-out projects-radical new concept for missile

stitutional amendment. Eventually, nor that puzzle' and concern a great he didn't open Ms mall. Folklore Wearing an ttlskln animal anatomy show that 1 Ii II. defense, missiles capable of tigging; or zagging to evade
many around
Counterfeiter ankle will
make money your keep you Is more closely I allied to thE.
antimissile able to operate both in
mal death and retirement enabled him to Americans. by making money but *o does from having stomach cramps. raccoon. enemy systems planes

appoint enough new judges for the courtto Even so, the decisions of the Supreme the UA mint. n expect to Bald heads washed In sage tea the two atmosphere or three times and in the space speed, missiles of today's that could ICBMs.travel multiple with
make a of between will sprout new hair. A
profit to sulphur
reverse Itself. Strangely enough, some Court are still the law of the land, regardless $40 million on the nickels$30 and bag strung from the neck will across Q-\\'liat the English it the Channe distort e.,'i warhead ICBMs that would shoot off in different directions,

of the lawmakers who were appalled by of how strongly Individuals may pennies It turns out title year ward off contagious disease. In between the two points when., and exploration of completely new ways in which to 1m-
Roosevelt's TIlt coins art valued at moving to a new house it mobilize or destroy the enemy or his weapons either by some
impatience with the court today disagree with them or the "attitude" that mort bring tn'tmt are itmally made
form of chemicals electromagnetic force or atomic particles
than their metal content. good luck to send beforehand anew
A-About 20 miles
are saying nothing about court decisions brought them about. Until
changes In Actress Jayna Manafltld owns broom and a loaf of bread.LETTERS .
that seem more drastic than any the court perhaps brings about a new 200 pairs of shoes .

thing Roosevelt had In mind. "attitude," all responsible and thinking Many people think tornadoes
art limited to the Midwest and The World
Yesterday the Supreme Court upheld Americans will abide by these 'laws Southwest actually since If 16 To The EDITORHE TodayBy

they have struck In 48 states.Does JAMES MARLOWE
.
it upset you to see cattle Aiiecloted Press Newt "".1.1'
branded on television horse op. WAS THERE glneer, who stated and I quote:
ru? W.lI. simmer down. It's "The Chamber would have to sub.
WASHINGTON AP against. It took them eight
( ) The
.othe'rs'' all trick shot stuff. The Amerl. Editor, Collier County Newss mlt their plans for the building Supreme Court unanimously baa years to bring five such cases
'say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS can Humane Association sees to to the Commission and the Col. given Us most Important civil before the Supreme Court.
It that the hot Irons are appliedto I am writing In reference to the
tier Co., who leased the site to
right decision since it declared But after the 1883 decision
board placed behind the tnl. front article on Wed. Dec.
page the County lor $1.00 per year
public school segregation unconstitutional the court Congress passed no
male Std, In regard to the statementon
for approval. They do not wanta
other !
10 major legislation again
iJ Boon you may be eating the Welcome Station.I years ago The
shack built h* stated.
.
1954 .
decision was also ,lma i. discrimination1 In;public acroin.modation
plankton the set stuff made up do not know who reportedthe The Commissioner rave their until
1964
moue
i of tiny plants and animals on story printed, but I must say building plan to Rothenberg to ,
which fish feed ft Is rich In It was sadly lacking In facts, In. revise for the Chamber he agreed The court Monday upheld the When President John F. Ken.
proteins and tats, and la said to complete and Inaccurate I do to do this for "free" u constitutionality of a key sectionof nedy sent his civil rights bill to
taste like shrimp or lobster. not believe our group from Ever. wall as build the station at cost, the much fought.over 1964 Congress in 1963 ht said,"Th.n
glades, led by our Mayor Cecil and they did not disagree with him Civil Rights Act which forbid Is an age-old laying that 'Prop.
Quotable notables "C.nU. Drake all 13 of us could have racial discrimination In placesof erty has its duties a* well a* itsrights.
that a $15,000 building was ado.
ness Is a divine traits nothing la .' "
heard the same thing and all quit*. public accommodation.
so strong u rentleness, and It ruled hotel and Kennedy asked In his messageto
ct u* heard wrong if we art Assistant Superintendent of the motels
nothing U so gentle ureal to believe your article. Everglades National Park, Bur. must serve all races if their Congress that discrimination
strength"Ralph W. Soekman, Wt heard the commissioner rough, did not quickly Mat and customer or food move in in. in public accommodation be
Methodist minister. give approval to the Everglade I quote from your article "That terstate commerce. There may forbidden under both the con.
There art now more than 78 Chamber of Commerce to build, Federal fund were not availablefor be come exception which don't mere clause and the 14th
million telephones in America. finance and man the Welcome the Welcome Station." Ht affect Interstate commerce. Amendment.One .
; As this la far more than the Station. Wt did not bear a dls.sentlng did say that Fed. funds were not They'll be few. The court didn't of the main and most per.
I number of teen-agers, there Is a vole*. available now for txpanilon at the spell out details. slstent argument against Ui*
fair chance you will get to use a Wt distinctly heard our Com. Everglade Entrance to the Ev. The court could have reached 1964 act was that telling bust
phone sometime yet during your mlssloner A. C. Hancock state Nat. Park. H* also agreed with its decision In one of two way newsmen they had to serve all
lifetime that the park advertising fund be the group from Everglade that or both the Constitution's com. kinds of people would deprive
Can you name the first UA given to Everglade He also they were advertising the Park mere clause gives the govern Americans of personal and
president who was born an Mated to an Inquiry mad by a of the Future on their signs, not ment power to regulate Inter. property rights The act was
American citizen He
wu Chamber member "Can ad the preterit. state commerce; the Hth passed after a record Senate
Martin Van Buren, whose birth. pact be taken In the Welcome Chairman Dewey Polly did not Amendment guarantee all clt. filibuster and signed Into law by
date was Dec. S, 1782. The sevenpresidents Station?" Hancock liens equal treatment. President t.
s replied that advise Mayor Drake to form a Johnson last July
who preceded him all this would have to come from Welcome Station committee The court based its decisionon It ran into some quick de.
had been born British
subjects the Everglades Chamber of Com when Drake asked the good the commerce clause But fiance and test cases were
The poodle la America's most merct u to the Welcome Eta Commissioner to appoint a com. the road to Tuesday' action rushed to the court. Tuesday's
popular purebred dog, followed tion. mitt*, Polly stated that the com. was 81 year long. unanimous opinion was writtenby
by the German shepherd, beagle The only restriction placed on mttte should be formed by the Alter the Civil War quick ac. Justice Tom Clark.
I dachshund and Chihuahua. the Everglades Chamber was Everglade Chamber of Com tlon was taken to rive newly Instead of invoking the 14th
TIlt Boston terrier, once ranked stated by H. Turner, County En. mere The committee 1* to treed Negroes equal rights. The Amendment thus undoing tilt
present the revised plan to the 13th Amendment to the Constl. 1883 opinion since few motels
-, (: ",' Commissioner and the Collier lotion (1869) said they were ctt. hotels can operate without state
Co. for approval attempt to s*. IaenR! !; the 14th Amendment or city regulation Clark based
Row. Jl1 evil cure financing for their Wei. ((1868) said all citizens must get his opinion on the power the
IlItiJmltflr) { com Station and to proceed full equal treatment} and the 15th commerce clause of the Constitution -
uTt ATT
peed ahead ((1870) said Negroes could not be gives the government to
"' -ATtO.TIAACROSS It 1* true that a formal volt denied the right to vote. regulate Interstate commerce.
::13 Dill F 0 6 G t "M. v 0 L.IT was rot taken, but we in Ever Between 1866 and 187S Con. Some of the other justices,
1. lap sub :24 routed vote t Y t R .. 0 0, H. t t glade believe that we can trust gress passed sU civil rights acts although all agreed in upholding\
"I'm going to get rid of ,the deadwood at soon ai we can 4. Mountain 26 Grampus "L S I. .N T P U I. ... the County Commissioners to to carry out the Intention of the 1964 act' constitutionality
afford their severance pay,"' paw 271.. ngrel ... t 0 LOG I II T carry out all that was said at those amendments. One, In 1875, thought Clark should have ruled
7. Fretdiiua 28. this meeting I wu there said Negroes must get equal under both the commerce
-Tke "._.1 OkMfvtr und r Kent- Muirothlitor STilt A D ... A N Eo W Charles Larrabe treatment In Inns, amusement clause and the 14th Amendment.
\
titles 29 .uulp; T L A L. C A T. V I l- Everglade, Fla. places and other public accom. Perhaps later, under some
: 11 tint lotpayment 31 I Rcllglout ART CANON" I Z t (EDITOR'S NOTE The press modation. .'other kind of test of the act not
leaflet I t1 t. 0 P tit A T t I D of deadline prevented complete This was meant to back up imagined now, the court will
I I coverage of tile Welcome Station the 14th Amendment. But Ne. also rule under the 14th Amend
12 Reverent 32 Color: _R t S w t T. T I.. g SEar
The Case For Meterswho ( story In the Wednesday paper,but gross were discriminated ment.
13. -- Stanley 33 cocoa Sailing I bro.'SOLUTION| Of TltlMOAT PUXZU the Th'irtday edition carried ad.dltlonal . . . . . . . .

NOW is the time when all good men must run the risk of getting a ticket. 14 Gardner Outlined 34 vast Octave,{ of a 41 garden fc,.t. 2 t'rkkltKtdroal Smith In coverage her "Cvtrglad by Billie co.D. Chance Remarks

come to the aid of their sweating Understandably their chagrin must 16 hftUop church feast ) Speechless' lumi. The reporter who covered .. . OtOOOOt9t9 4)4O ttttsiBAjiflA60V'
brows. And scores of them art doing just mount every time they have to past by a 17 Bamboo 33 Guru 42nglo Suollltller 4. P rm the meeting cay the nub of the

that, deserting the railroad that hauls half vacant lot in their unending and 18 Out '8. .\poUoi 43 Broad of food matter of the I letter* In "tile""!final t 1*paragraph true that + Dr. Earl Baum stopped by to

them daily Into the sweltering workaday usually unsuccessful search for someplace 19 Jot doe's mother pheatTuuDOWN i Sled debts t formal vote wu not taJten.." show us a nice specimen of the Florida
world for the road leads them to their while 21 Votelniooffice 39 'tarn, 6 Directed
open that put can legitimately theygo 7 However our reporter willingly rat ( sometimes called chicken)
instead to the of work for the In New \ Queen Udy Depart
cooling refuge mountainor to day Canaan. agrees with you that the tentL.
22 Eai 40 I Casual I DtMllMtutterance\ snake which "Red"
d
>canlet Hard Farrell found &
seashore resort. It becomes obvious then that wt art ment of the commissioner
Yes the vacation is full dozens of seemed unanimously favorable vanquished while tearing down the
season uponus guilty of wasting parking space [r I rr ISI I' I' I' Ie 9 Thriffing
but out of all of its pleasantness comes daily when there art precious few to 01. 10 Cupel tile proposals of th* Everglades old Bennett house. Doc was pleasedas

one by-product that is leaving a sour apart d i Il I'I 15 Htob contingent.) punch with it because he did not

taste in a good many mouths. This is the There are a couple of way in which 18 Sprit have one in his
I. IS I" IT. ANN'S GUILD large collection.
ntw-found if temporary wealth of parking wt might! curb this watte Wt could 19 Entire man
Editor, Collier County Newt +Attended
10 DexrltedJl a recent in
space It has created. throw the lots open to non-permit holder /7 The St.Ann't Guild appreciate shindig
/ \rte
Port
Naturally vacationing commuters art after a certain hour each dy a time by aadIlJ tile voluminous space you+allowed Myers for the president of the
not using their parking spaces and even which all those who have permit will 1 1 [II ::0 % 11.gears for our last annual project .tile American Medical Association and ,

with permits heavily ovtr-subscribtd have arrived if they art to arrive at all r'II I'. t, :J) toetrdtf Christmas Btr, which wu a believe you us every doctor there
municipal all-day lots are left with dozens But this might confute enforcement pro r// faPar ArgaMti grand] success must have been
I of empty spots daily an. a result In a town ceduret. Secondly molt parkers will need 116 2W" ;?; U 47 Deere Tbank you for your inter*** and on huffing and puffing
f desperately short of parking area, ont to find a spot long before that hour to J8: Study tatdSOBrfritayn ; attention on our behalf Particularly cigarettes. The smoke was a foot
would txptit this happy windfall to bt they can get to work on time. wIf" J' e Mr Hayer and .'r.Westoo thick.

hailed as a blessing But it's not So it look like would Drs. Bailey Brashear I
./ parking meter J. rh: 0 / 11 Theft Vtnaa Deland Gwaltney
The idle spaces are rtserytd only for provide the mOat equitable answer leav r// utcuch Publicity Chairman and Trygstad ( and maybe more that
those who have been able to obtain seasonal ing all spaces open to all parker on a firtt- I" ::0 Jj se 37 12 Bern we couldn't see through smoke )

permits and art quite beyond the come, nrt-erved baal and permitting ..Jt j: II ,/ 13 Bal a hal j. were there from the
f' reach of other drivers who must keep circling fuller utilization of what area w* do have '// "Jha"N j. who Napoli. The Doctor j

.. the town in search of a place to park This add another weight to the tide of 41 : 4& / er ogre he wari.r., presided should quit medicine
who must continue to play hopscotch with meter in New Canaan continual park. Mmrt THE COUI COUNTY NIWS and become a standup conedian. He

their vehicles every couple of hours ort inj tetaaw.New Ceonen Advertiser .....2.1.min M __ 17 36. Supplma Utter Our .dwwrsun ...... .... het, gets off a gag Better than most so-

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NATO Ministers I r-t ''k 1' \ ::: Jagan Ousted,


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Meet For Annual 't--- Burnham Lines i
'it,:" Years Since Glenn Miller

Policy Review Up New Cabinet


;.EORGFTOWN British Guta Flew Into 'Wild: Blue Yonder'
Atlantic PARE Alliance's(AP) The North J 1 (AP roibe Burnhami
foreign, dI.
i t. a\ ban lining up a new
tense and finance ministers met Tw.m\ ititiMnH-il, ItlO.mtle
iMiiment for Putisl, Guiana LONDON lAP) -
today tor their annual policy I ,'I i Britain wlftll hinged years IM !1..1.1\. Glenn MHI-i' I ll-llll'' I nil llMIS.

review. But they probably will t olcm\'s ,iistltiition to pel. took oC in .1 i single-engine, rluir "l.wt: :; :: i id the ,
sidestep the internal crisis ;
generated the nuclei of M.uxHt Pre. for Fran "n md vanished. 'riteuuu' I I
by French.Amorlcan duference ,I' i'I'i Chedrti Jagan.iiimliani 9* ,,11- ,,,,,a.lraIlC. of MM (in, oi the Eh tthi-I:,, ","I
over nuclear defense of said he i>xi>#, tea to ed Amen h in bandleader and worm scanned but i".. '. !.l'
the Western world. J rd lull\ In at. troniNwNt' 1 it'iMiins as deep a was Inund.'
his
goMMiimeut
The United States and some of r1Si6/ 'r i, t i I 1.\ the mrtofthe ek. tmstett n i,'*' .is it was on De" Millers (dirapaits., '.. .
Its partners in the North Atlantic d 1'1'1.l 15, 144 If i'ml rmm"re whl.in. I / ,II
+ 'Mlitl +t DID i now i 1'1911111'11" |
Treaty Organization want a One ,'I, the Lint i persons to see i 1'111.11".
i 1"n.,1 ConKitfSrl| \ won
system of Joint control of nuclear lill\ IIIOIK than 40 pet i tent of MUle.I. .t> Ja k Hylton the Those iniced fruit t utint II,
weapons with the final : vote In \the Dot 7 Dlfktlon, British Itlll'lt's.II'ln i and former llw CiermsiM i '.i hen t ,i b ,
decision on their use left to the bandies, plainto. the then i II."l'lIlho" .
must together a
fin iilum put i
president of the United States "I1.1' for London In Frame ,
night
litum. Ht has len promised i .1 quiet. wet i, n '1\\
France Insists on proceedingwith D' ," \11\\ tam if alls. "Pkee lil- siesta. vII tlm. died It"i '
sui'|x>rt or Peter Agulu'Si
development of Its nuclear ly was almost deserted The ofnl/mt..
y'f I I tl ri i i a ('on'enatltinted!
arsenal independently and Germans i Ii.hlldl i \' laid oft for
11 a, whll'hYon 7 uoats in theN
claims: an integrated NATO nu. atonal, Assembly. With th>se a while with their V.ls..
clear: command would mean 'd been little tote
,, having a
> its and his own part\ t a.Illll'nham Headquarters for
continued UA domination of + part it all\ n.ll. and 0I & was
Mill
1 I I have a nujiiltvI1
Western Europe. r Mb1 1 3 over Jafin'i People's' 1', o.Mosstve one of the 1 Ma mostly mist'" S. S. PIERCE
amid by.
NATO's yearend ministerial I party elans dropped

council session was expected to Although Jafan's parts ixilUtd Miller then leading thoOIIl'tI'l .
unneatra of the supreme
defer any decision on the dlsa. tin biggest vote, a new ahem t
greement to permit further "I i patN rtlonal reprenentiti vilm.i tone and broad. 1
London to the /Jl
easting li study of new British proposals i h'"ltd" him a mojul'llIII the .
to .
MM .
a device which will permitthe HAITI KINGSTON AND OCHOS mos wore I Mind T hi I. MM Kenneth HOKON, Mi and MmI a't.mbly.' Jasn lurked tu.h' troop wan the Usl
(7. GIFT
leave the 'art\
United States and France to some of the exotic ports lk i outside (lie flat with

avoid an outright clash Club Caribbean tout. Son. "I'l tlm-t, xshaied \ h 'I"1 M ,"I, lira Xhn HHitr Siond' io\s Wil slin.' him," laid Hilton "He 100.k..1lIP PACKAGESr0M1'LIMENtAItr
constitutional order
VA Secretary of State Dean in the fun are shown htn'. Hunt u>u *ILl', I I >. \ hi:" ntuui I uul l KoniH l I, K) "n its i .1 I ii gaa A out MS Intuited In forclugI Lou in the cold night sky and ,

Rusk assured President Charlesde 1 to r : Mis. William De\Eimaud, lit((1': und Mrs dllll I Monday lit Culoll I..I SIt, i .,. said, Well, Jack! It'll soon In- r.t..tli6tl'
Gaulle during a meeting III Y hOlly Greenwood. An..r over 1111I'm I sure he was ro : \ 1
...
Monday that the door of any eral nuclear force MLF. 1 ; 1 proMil, by the Prlv\ Coup" il, furring to the war
Allied nuclear command will Rusk told newsmen that arrangements r-t- ti,"> order WM signed i>\ Queen He and Miller shook haml :
always be open to France and under study with Histtoth II M British Oulani and HUM Ktxidb at about 2 .
that the United States has no Britain, West Germany and oth. err but of State, and Burnham was a.m. hew hours later and Mill' :
desire to Isolate France with Its er NATO countries are being ktt': ""urn In. .r wa. gone( flfoBS-r
proposals tor an allied multUat. kept flexible so France can Join The order provides 'thai If then :33, headed Coi : : i.II IWUAfflNQ
rIIr. .111?\ time More the House of Paris Kith 4 pilot to arrange a ANI 11 M* I "'",
Aembty anoints the brod ,i'I l fur his 08.piece band : ltHV: I
governor
tr The 'ni,le.engine Norseman ,
ti i, Program ahaunts pio took oil hum an airport near : Godddrdourmt
abut 1 to reappolnt him or to
vided by Stallone The London: j night' fog.Mlllei .
TV LOG .
I'Polnt souther i pre.toter
I ui i person I
NESS assume no responnlblllty ''* ilUajipeanwce was : UTH UOODAMO IMO
.J. then the premier and all
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for accuracy not reported unlit IS days Ut.r. I
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other mlnlMera and iwrlumen.taiv
,
rl r secretaries, are foihwtth to Ate,,,.- ( ommunliti said ,in : rut 1'111 I OVl N'''I I e

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Their weekend adventures at . . . . . . . . .
Key Welt now Just pleasant Gain Sweet I

memories, Naples High's bas- Revenge; 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl., H..,. Tu..d.y. DKMI|>W I II, !.J.
kecb&u troops will defend theft
8-2 lesson record against the [

Everglades Gators tonight at
tile local gymnasium Blank Thunderbirds 13-0
Under new coach B nice Bier- ,
man, the hustling Ga ors have ,red A
shown good I early-season form ;i__ ,arles Hawks football] team North All-Stars. That game will sneaked a yard, then threw to t4 t
Though they wli give away averted: its only defeat of the be at 3 p.m. at Hi rig Field Bruce Griffin for the touch-
height to the Naples front line. reason by I rounclng the 1 Pnel- behind Sarasota High School. down. The successful extra- 4
the Gators should provide a li; I ark Thunderbirds, 13-0, And that will close out another point play made It 7-0.
rugged ten for Coach Jerry 1a )5-pound,) Pop Warner game highly successful season for the Workinger recovered a fumble
Howell's team.Everglades w 1 ice Saturday night. Kiwanis-sponsored Hawks. on the kickoff, but an inter- I
has a '.2 mark The loss was the T-Blrds The Hawks scored the first cepted pus stopped the Naples I Ir Iv II
after an overtime victory Fri- first of the season. They had time they got their hands on drive. Decker brought down
day at Alva and a tough loss beaten Naples, 7-6. at St, the ball. Jim Decker recovereda the Plnellas quarterback on a I
Saturday at Lake Placid ,The + 1 Petersburg In September. The T-Blrd fumble, and four plays vital fourth-down play but Naples I Ir (
Gatora and Eagles have met victory boosted Naples' record later Naples led by a 7-0 score. was forced to kick and the
one common foe, Clewlston to(t -t-l-l' with one game to play Bill Tucker passed 40 yardsto punt was partially blocked. :'
Everglades beat the Tigers .eXl Saturday Coach John Jerry Cooksley and followed The T-Blrds gave the ball
twice by nine and two points, larnur t's team will belnsarasota with a 20-ytrd connection with back when Tucker picked off a
and Naples edged Clewlston by to tangle;! with the Sarasota Dewey Workinger, Tucker pus, but three plays later
five. yA Plnellas had the ball back on an

Tonight's varsity contest wll! S Interception. Halftime brought
a halt to this rapid sequence of
begin at 8jOO. The "B" team
preliminary will start at 6:30. exchanges.The .
Hawks' defense, for the
WINNING WAYS most part, stopped Bob Bernard -

Naples will try to pick up the T-Blrds' husky full GOLFERS playing at Palm River Country Club I Ial'e
where It left off Saturday night back. Bernard got loose twice their in hand box
( for of 20 in the asked to drop names a i
The Eagles stayed a step aheadof r gains yards and once each week' a name is drawn and that j
4 first half and 25 late In the
Key West throughout the individual is declared' the winner of three !golf
fourth quarter and captured a game. balls. Last week the winner was smiling! Mrs.
Bruce Griffin, hampered by a
well-earned 4642 It
victory
was Naples' first triumph over NAPLES CENTER St, 1 t Clark ( dark) jersey) leg Injury, set up the final Flo Biossart (shown), the presentation' by Tony
the Conchs since December jrnman'cs as he h'i4'i< to iion: on rebound at Naples\ touchdown in the fourth DeCile' golf pro at the dub. (McGrath photo) i

1961, when Harry Blllle, J.D. KI'y W Askew, and John Barnes were frost scoring/ arc Bob Shouso ((12): ) and Joe Pent Intercepted pass to the PInel-
seniors. Naples lost Friday night) but won Saturday nightat las Park four-yard line. Joey
The last time Naples scoredas Key West (NEWS photo) Gritton took a hand off and Junior High I
Naples
few as 46 points and won a scored from three to make It

game was in a tournament game aides forced the teams to shoot 1(07 to play. Naples got the 13-0.
lite In the 1958-59 season. frequently from long range. ball and began playing keep- Griffin Lance StahlmanJMrk
Saturday's contest was almost 1 Key West scored the first away. Elferdlnk, Grafton. Decker, Beats Cypress Lake
devoid of race-horse, nine points Saturday with hot Workinger, and Tucker were
fast-break play. Both teams outside shooting, but Naples HEY, LOOK THEREI' among the boys spearheadingthe -
passed the ball around and triedto plugged away and trailed by Fouled by Joe Pent of Key Hawks on defense. Naples Junior High's fresh- freshmen to an impressive victory
work for close-In shots. only one at halftime, 2120. West, Clark stepped to the lineto men fell behind early but rallied over Punta Gorda with 2 1
Strong defensive efforts byboth 1 Key West jumped'ahead, 26- shoot a free throw He to knock off Cypress Lake's points. Marshall played all 1
22, In the third quarter, but never got the chance. Ritchie Final Race sophomores, 46-43, last nightat boys, and the team made cage
the Eagles notched seven noticed two Key West men across North Fort Myers'new gym eight floor errors. They
.-. straight points the lane, under the bas At SpeedwayNext nasium. 21 of 54 field goal attempt
.r Steve Clark, the game's highpoint ket, where there should have Playing against perhaps the Helping out Davis In scoij
man for the second been only one, and he asked most rugged opposition it will Ing were Sha rp with eight point.
Dl OO straight night, dropped in a officials to call time out to t SaturdayNext face all season.Coael1 Bill Mar- Rivero and Alfonso six eacl
jump shot from the side. Then get the extra Conch away from shall's Panthers relied on accuracy John Hollowell four, Abtx
Clark stole the ball and fed the lane Saturday will be the from outside and from three, and Ricky Spicer tw
Tom Bernard for two pointsto Officials ignored Ritchie, final racing night of the season the free throw line to turn back The seventh and elgh
LETtER tie It up, 2626. perhaps because they could not at Naples Speedway. the Cypress Lake crew. graders had a miserable seow
I I Key West called time out hear him over the noise of the Feature races in the jalopy The victory boosted Naples' quarter, scoring only rwopoln
FROM to discuss the situation but crowd, which was vigorously ON THE BEAM with this layup shot Is Naples and late-model classes will be record to 4-1 this season. On to the Tarpons' 20. The 29-
I Naples kept scoring. Clark expressing its displeasure at "B" team 1 player Mark Finger (No 4)) in game lengthened to 25 laps apiece Friday the frosh rolled over halftime deficit proved a lltt
scored on a feed and droppedIn the foul called against Key West. at Key Weat last weekend. Arnold of Key West around the hard-surfaced quar Punta Gorda, 50-24. They will too much for the rallying Pa
SAI4TACLAUS a free throw when fouled. Clark noticed Ritchie and the gets a hand up too late Jeff Johnson of Naples ter-mile track. Extra money play the Fort Myers Jayvee thers to overcome In the secon I
At the end of three periods, extra Key West man In the ((12)) gets set to tap in the rebound had Finger will be paid to drivers u well at the NHS gym Friday at 4:30: } half I
it was 32-29 Naples lane and waited for refereesto missed, (NEWS photo) The speedway is east of the The Panther seventh and Bruce Miller was the Tar
Clark, the 6-4 senior center, correct the situation airport on Radio Road, next to eithth graders did not fare as pens' big scorer with 24points
scored on a drive early in the But after Clark had had the Players and coaches slept a Steve Steele again was tops the ..wampgrounds.. well as the freshmen last night. Black led Naples with 18, an
final period. Key West rallied ball In his hands 10 seconds, little better the second nightIn for the Eagles with 14. 1 Kenny Vaughn and Nokte Mal- Coach I Keith Bright's crew put Terry McCune added six, Pat
for s 34-34 tie, but Clark fed the officials took It away from' Key West than they did the lory were the big winners last forth a strong effort, but it was Castenlr, Larry Pruitt, at)
With This FAMOUS Randy Harris for the bucket him and gave the ball to Key previous night, when 1 Key West The Saturday at the Speedway. one point short of beating the Johnson four each, and Gad
POSTMARK that put Naples ahead to stay West. But the Conchs lost It won by a 62-49 score. After ScoringNAPLES Vaughn finished ahalf-lap aheadof Cypress Lake freshmen 3231. Hamm and Gonzales two cad
Midway In the period Harris, on a traveling violation and breakfast In the Island city FG FT TP second-place driver Mike The defeat along with another
fouled twice, tossed In four free Naples] upped Its victory mar- Sunday. Naples left by school Harris 3-10 6-9 12 Yahl In the late-model feature. tight loss last Friday against
1' throws to make It 4034. gin to four points by sinkingtwo bus and made It home by 3 Ritchie 0-5 2-4 2 Vaughn took the lead in the Punts Cords 45-40,brought the Moorings Tourney,,
Key West found the range free shots in the closing pjn. that day, Clark 6-13 S-8 15 fourth lap and resisted all chal seventh and eighth grade's record Start Is
from outside again at this seconds. Key West displayed Its usual Morton 3-6 0-1 6 lenges. Jim Goff of Puma to 23. The three losses DelayedThe
point, scoring six of the next Clark was upended and hit fine hospitality. Players Bernard 6.131.2 11 Goods was dilrd. have been by a total of 10 handicap and champ!
eight points. The two Naples his head on the slick tile floor spent the two nights In the TOTALS 16-471'-24 46 Mike YaM was on top In the points. Next action for the Pan ship tournament scheduled
points came when Dos Ritchie with 30 seconds left, but he homes of Key West cagers, semi-feature, beating out ther team is January 5 with a The Moorings Men's Golf Ass
fed a pass to Bill Morton cut got up and appeared none the while coaches and bus driver I KEY WEST FG FT TP Vaughn. O.B.Osceola and Don home game against Englewood.The week latlon has been postponed for I
ting toward the basket, and worse for wear. Clark, forwards Clint Smlthwere provided lodge Pent 4-10 2-2 10 Blankenship captured latemodel freshmen fell behind,18- because entries of delays In
eelvlnj due to late nifieaUofl
Morton laid In a shot. Ritchie and Harris, and ing at the school. Park ,-9 0-0 8 heat events. Competitionin 10, after one quarter, but held retarding the touij
With the score 42-40, Bernard guards Monon and Dernarplayed d"B" Shouse 1-5 4-8 6 this class was made tougher Cypress Lake to only four points ment, It will start during
came through with a driving the entire game unrelieved TEAM LOSES Gardner 7-20 0-0 14 with the addition of two new in the next period to tie it up week of December Z shot to put Naples four in Coach Dick Thomas' "B" Hall 1-. 2-3 4 at halftime, 2222. Naples obtained A breakfast meeting of
aaoy front. Key West picked up Naples' second-half edge was team came close to victory Fabal 0-1 0-1 0 cars.Mallory drove his 1953 Ford slight margins In the hers of the association m1|
two points on free throws with due to continued good rebound, Saturday night, but Key West Cates 0-1 0-0 0 through the traffic to take the third and fourth quarters to guests who may care to attl
ing by the front line and to Itonepress scored the last five paints fora TOTALS 17-50 8-14 42 checkered: flag in the slam- prove narrowly best. will be held at The Moorl
Onto U tf4IV ......... defense that tend 46-39 victory. bang jalopy competition. O.B. Marshall was pleased at the Country Club Thursday, Dec<
A.rN MMARCOSLAND HI...., s111assn ed to disrupt Key West's of Trailing by nine points at Naples 9 11 12 1446Key Osceola and Guy Osceola were team's free throw marksmanahlp,16madeoutof28attempts.- her are 17.requested Those to unable to Bill all
hyPr fensive patterns. The EagleS I halftime, Naples went to a West 13 8 8 13 42 a close second and third. Devitt of the notify ,
C'
pro Morrlngs
also helped themselves by committing pressing defense In the second Wally York was in front in Jerry Davis dropped In six of their Intent to enter the to
only 10 fouls In the half and bothered the Junior Naples "B" FG FT TP the jalopy semi-feature and field goals and eight free tosses nament
game. As a result, Naples.ot Conchs. Naplei crept with Townsend 2-9 1-3 S O.B. Osceola had to be content for 20 points. Mike Sharp, At the breakfast,definite sc
$775 PER ACRE ? 10 more chances at three in two points at 41-39 with a M. Weeks 1-2 0-0 2 with another second. Buddy hitting well from outside,caged doling of the tournament and pa
throw line and outscoredthe minute left, but spoiled victory Steele 4-10 6-9 14 Burgess and Wayne Bryan were 10 points, and center Fernando lag of the players by handU
FO--' YOUR owes. lea mi Naples ru.Ml home team by six points chances by making errors J..Tohnson13 1-2 9 heat-race wlnners.GsryRoark, Rivero also had 10. John Abbott will be made. Art Holm, haj
1.4211 there.r and committing fouls. Finger 3-8 1-2 7 a new driver,rolled oveninNo. contributed: four points and Icap chairman, announces t1)
GIRL OR BOYHere Outside shooting by Frank Goodlene 1-2 0-0 2 61. Carlos Alfonso two. all handicaps have been check
Sands of Key West was the TOTALS 15..... 9-16 39 Don Bell of Naples won the Foley of Cypress Lake caged or revised as of December
is all you do, Choose difference. Sands clicked on door prize, which again was a 17 points, and the other four Members of other clubs I
reminded
they need not be mi
from several different nine out of 21 field goal attempts Naples 7 9 11 n 39 free meal for two courtesy of starters managed from five ben of The Moorings Count
types of letters. Then ad- and scored 21 points. Key West 12 13 10 11 46 the Big Wheel Restaurant through eight points. Club to become members 011|
The Cypress Lake freshmen
dress it to your girl or boy maintained Moorings Golf Association, 1
barely a narrow advantage The regular onday tout
and drop it In our special through the last three meet will be held this
mail box, We will have It quarters, withstanding a last- Thursday tort
postmarked from Santa period point spree by Naples' I
Claus Indiana and Oscar Gonzales The Panthers
your
managed only five of 14 free Florida Southern
child will receive it thru flJ CIt frcd-1tL't R f'< 96-65 Over
the mail Letters and err Gonzales picked up 12 points,
velopes furnished FREE half of them in the last quarter. Georgia State
I Helping out were Scott Black
with eight points John Johnson LAKELAND (AP) rind
six, and Terry McCune five. Southern, shooting long f|
Rhodes ted Cypress Lake with the floor, overcame a to
u. Georgia State maiv4ownaa
On Davis led the Sense Monday night to wta a.
Friday,
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Rot P. Rhonda, Virgil Davis,,, I|80 or 50 days against oeM A. Your DeputiesKl.i.S
and Enu u J. Duren were earl 1 Brown. Ruby U Brunner WfJ

given .u' option of $50 fine 01 1 I liven an option of $50! or 50 .dayian

50 dam )jail b\ Judge Richest I a charge of no valtd driver'
M. Stu'i"'J In CountCouit Monday license and $35 or 35 days on .

01! barges of having a lout I,start of failure to yield right

lId I gun >m the Scenic Drive. Clio I lat..ay.
+ ford i I. MiSviAln was found not floats M. Pet i i in'es given Hjptlon +rrt t

,,'\.lIt\ I t possessing an invalid! I or 135 01 3' lays OH .
hunting!! luense.wtlli !hinge ot Molutiot, !: oi reatrlcilons. .

mi!! I'let"hei wan sentetui I! Carat L. HariudandNan; .

I Ib ,,,i to i I'' ii' W ,1,1011 j chautol ,CI' L. Marshall W'I\\ klven option .

m liu..1'" license, and sen I of $30 01 30 "iion speedIng .

tense f l t>' 30 it.i s In Jail for ells charges.

plays >- bite tense" of .inothei, ,.
Jamev 1 letchoi, charged wit!\ FAIL TO API'I':AH 1

allow i,,'i.: an uiuuthorlied peso Bonds of the (foilowutg "wereor
x to dote. was sentenced to $35os 1 lend eatreateii tx>i'ause of fail. ,

35 des s, .old 30 dais In Jail 'loilaiidm I Ire to appeal in court; AlbertL.

iiM-naeio' inothei. Zleglei speeding, $30; Wll.
The ties olMllan> p, MiCo lam H. freeman failure to have

\ '''ined with depriving amClieMci 'etcle HDdr cot lrolS5! : Rich.

It, Mairhl>ank, charge Oft O'Donovan Improper chanfit

uith sill;ruler lunge of lute. I ISM, $M| Newton A. Webb.
were aitnued.! I 10 valM driver's license, $U. iJr

+ D1 M* C. Little, speeding
4 : NOT GUILTY tilt Leonard 1.. Smith, publkIrunkenn

;1' dt't John I li, Ingram was found IKVulltN **., Sill, and parking
( ($ ) ( "t leaving the scene of .u' ,I)la highway M5! | Donald L. Mills.

) act lilvnt and l falling to report ai 1 larking on highway, 351 s Vernon

w n, rcliient, but was sentenced t>. It. Gaff Jr., speeding $23; Nor.
$50! 01 I ',o day on a charge o nan G. 'Fisher Stuart H. M..ir-

Smut 'ix! lag, and $190 or 110( am and Richard A, Oeorgit, all

daon i! ,i reckless, willful am ,(barged with petit Urcem, $M

jl : wanton illl\Ing .Marie. Shell and each.Merger. r

L, lintel! was given option III
$3i! 01 .I; days on an Improper

tag I iie: ; $50 or 10 days on .1 Of Guard,
no \ .d\I I I war's license charge,:

and !* i 01 3! days on a charge Reserves Will

M of rtimnr on the wrong side,.
Da1 t i I i Henson was sentence'tt' '

SO ,t b UlaU on a charge m rake 16 Months

public I irunkenneaaandSOdaysoia

charge of destroying private WASHINGTON (API Th
v property Wllll Samora waenten < 'entagon I* aiming to complete : ;

*d to 60 days In Jail or he revolutionary reorganisationif
a rabbi charge. The case a... the Army's Reserve force* In P\II\I \,u ?u Ki'en : a s i I'i'n a iiieinii'i 1 i :C"" ,ill:!

pined Henrv L, Archie on an about U months, It was learnedoday. t. \ liiiifc) HendM MUM tat' two' > i>ais j 1 ,

4.I Improper tag charge, wa* die. a v j silo' upeintoi' ., IUi i I" a lutlv ol :Nail "iJ i a

mined Key officers of the National gi iaduntr <>( the Naples Senloi High Si'hodII. .
I d Curtly W. Mulllns was' sen. iuard and the Army Reserve .- "a- a .lud ilt\ In the ('111 I U4iatnt; 'n.d>| 1I.lld inHi'

1 tenced to $250 or 125 days, plus have been told in secret brief. '.i|,1.! ., in' Jaiiuai 1003\ ,, tann! si in nl''IIIIIIUIIC.'' i i )
SO days on a charge of driving hip that the objective date for ha x .tl*, Hiudltfd In the Peat Ofll elb Training Scli !liwil,

CAUGHT AT THE nOD AND GtN C'Ll'B' In Evcrjdadrsrc: these while intoxicated. James Pear rind action 1s the end of March ( >V' itKeen live at 3tn Lotus Drive, with wife Nan.retary .

members of the Florida Sheriffs+ Association+ above from t left ..1andet'll"SnalC" sail, a-k-a, Joe L. tamil, WUlentenl'ed 1 pfd.R \ i li/.ii'i'ii and Kaih\ Mule' age It moiilk
to 90 days In jail tot 1 I. expected that Guard and
Sheriff fhairmun of thi board Sheriff -
Thompson Le* Couitv displaying the license of another) R..rv. outfit will go to sum.nr .

Doug llendry, Collier County Ed Dlackburn, Hillsboro County $50! or SO day on a charge of training next year In their
president of the association ; Joe Creuasee, Jr.. Alachua County Sheriff following too closely and $50! or resent form, some of these of. of Duftwee Robert S. Me Christmas, Fla
last. taterday. Man)
; Wade Cobb Santa Rosa Sheriff; Doug Willis, Marlon County 50 days on a charge of no valid leers told The Associated Namara month tot
will have to wait
Sheriff Also attending the meeting in Everglades at which plans driver's license. >r**/. clarification. Postmarks Sought

for next year were laid were below, from left Clint Dundee, Miami A chare of Improper driver's The Army staff aided by Among the pending que.Uon.are For Yule Season
Dudley Garrett license resulted in a sentence oi Guard and Reserve officials,
spoils promoter; Morton Rothenberjc of Everglades ; thesei What should Individual .
difficult
Alachua County deputy ; Wade Cobb Jr. of Santa Rosa: County ; iready has begun the for Army Reservist. do U ORLANDO ria. Christmas

Attorney E. Jaffry of Miami Reach ; John Madigan. Tallahassee Miami College the ob of problem working Involved up solutions In (hiring preparation for the switch'?, thousand poHtmsrks of,ire Christmas being placed t srds on
field secretary for the What will happen to the college
association Carl Stauffer
attorney for the ; 1(0,000 Army Reservist and Sines there daily at the tiny Christmas ria .

association. Student Goes On heir units to the National still ROTC are prorr.m'racially segregated Na post office, according to postmistress .
juard. Mrs. Juanlla TutkerActing
be han. tlonal( Guard unit In the Smith,,
to
One of the first Jolla aa a natlnn.wltto ..rol.
Trial For Life lied I* the drafting of a ''trooplI.t. will reservlrt l lit "placed In auntsegregated lectlon point for people who want
Gun units? What should
Rod &
Gather At ." This involves surveyinghe the Christmas on their
Sheriffs MIAMI (AP)- Richard Worth. draft.age youth do about signing postmark
4,000 Reserve units to decide the orlAndo Ar'l
greeting card,
p1 Ington, a 22-year.old college atu. up In Reserve program?
will fit into the
dent charged with the murderof which 1,000 or so Apart! from Individual proh Chamber of Commerce stamp
bis foster mother, went on upanded Guard org nlllons, lama the lats are intereetecIn all carda with a 'ltclailloUda)'
For Boys Ranch trial tor his life today. and how they will be distributed such, questions u the dUpud cachet reading "Glory To God

Map Program Attorneys tor the defense and imong the state. thin of Army Reserve armorle In Th* IUrtl..'.." Th Colt: :
Mon. Such a troop list which Is transports the e.rd. to nearby
prosecution, selected s Jury A wide range of such matters

!nut 'r 4 "i. BY EILLTS: 0.:iuntf .:ttancff Ta,''tIi"a reform schoolor ting, with all proceed. after ei... day Each prospective juror wheth.was the really reorganisation only a beginning- I*point not sx for remain to be resolved over the ChrlMmaa To have for the mailing.Christmas pout
correctional institution. pence* going to the Florida She questioned closely about coming month. ,
A strong desore to help home. enrolled there simply rltt.' Allodatlon The first flgh tilth., believed In the death wrted to be ready before mtJ. mark on greeting card, make
Boys are February, At thai time the
lest and neglected boys and need s home. They Is to be held at Tampa, the firs t l>*nalty. sure your card Ire properly
because they
.states will know what unit they
$5,000 marked the beginning 1 In Innocent victim of neglect or sporting event for that city's nay r Those who said they didn't Club aklred and bear the proper
are loss what units
1997! of rill and they Sailing postage, pa<'kagand tend them
.
Boy Ranch by the Floi lack of opportunity. Boys are sport center This will lake t were escaped
Ida Sheriffs' Association. and tested to place In the month of February. Worthington I* charged with irlll gain. to the Orlando Area Chamber of
Located on the Suwannee Rive screened carefully will benefit from Anyone who would like tomaki+t Haying his totter mother Mrs Plan are being made to brief Meets Tonight Commerce, .. 0 Dos 1911, Or.
make sure they
who have
date
U miles North of Live Oak, the a donation to this humanltartai Angela Worthington 67, last governors a lando, FII.Decemtltr.
site contains 737 acres By the the Boys' Ranch education program.and recrea. cause Boys' Ranch should I hug T.Her powerfUl say under the law a* Th* Naples Sailing Club will II la the deadline for

end of the first sis years 80 lion Health are ,all provided for In the contact our sheriff "Doug"Han. body and that of Worth. to Guard the disposition within their ol lItal.the.National. peen this evening at rh* 'Tahl- tide unique Christmas aenrtce,

boys were enrolled and the orlglonal Ranch carefully dry. melon's foster father, Charles, Han curs Rrntauram, (' Boys' program
Question poured In on the
$!Iooo has mushroom+ supervised by family type In. were found wrapped In canvas s social! boart .llini\ and
from
reservist
Into an Investment of $7S0OOO ruction and counseling. and floating In s South Dade 'entagoii utiure n i rejuUi' I.USIH--1 I mef'Uljf..ixlal i rink i 'wall, publicity chair-
of where they stand. MUll
and all from donation The Florida Sheriff Assocla- Morris Garrel anal. or these annot be ., i"nnli/ : Ie halo" 'Il: nan, r, announced,
question ii
..
The Florida Sheriffs' Boys state's key witness 20.
lion held aweekendmeetingatthi Now (Qualified As The ,was 'wired now, on the Mils at tie 'i p, iiH Hi i PI r at i. Ill",i 'he nuts 'tmhuslast'jrcorUa -
Rod and Gun Club.lt.rtlncat lSO ,war-old Joel Gebhardt, .ksletntolan, outlined bS.. tuilnei.eru ,' at i I''"., > I i/ U 'ica; ,' said lovely
afternoon. This was the !riven immunity from proaecu.
Saturday Outboard Mechanic
Gators Lose annual directors meeting for the lion by the grand Jury if h*

purpose of planning ways and Morris Carrel of Boat Haven would testify against Worthing
means of meeting this year'i. Naples, Inc, I4M Fifth Avenue ton. Oebhardt has admitted tak. : '
To ChampionLake budget of $180,000 South, has been qualified aa a fac.tury ., Ing part In the slaying of the ':== 1 1l

president of the associatloiIs rained outboard mechanic couple i
"

Placid borough Ed Blackurn County., sheriff Flanden of Hills. court following at completion the Sarasota of a raining I Service l L 'Yl ... I 'iJ -, I I.J.ltl

Everglades High's basketbal nag" G Thompson of neighboring School of the Klekhaefer Cor AAA Urges Seat ---: _._ j ,p J
Lee County, was ale poratlon, manufacturer of Men
4-2 record to
team brings a He tithe miry outboard motor Gifts .
present at the meeting. Belts As -
will Ir
where meet -I
they :
Naples chairman of the board. The course Included dally In r1'Jl1'J .
the Eagles tonight ui the lAtest Also In attendance was Col structlon periods, supplementedby ; t.w.r.- y,- .w -

renewal of their Int ra-county bier County Sheriff "Doug" Hen actual bench practice, black. For ChristmasTAMPA : 11 4 1I

board sessions discus.. V .... 'iJ .
rivalry. dry; Joe Creuasee Jr., shertf group 'a.r
Nt a seat I
The Gators escaped with an of Alachua County; Wade Cobb, Ions and samlnatlon Full Buy a 1
belli for the family ar a* a _,_ ""t J '
overtime triumph at Alva Friday Santa Roaa County; and "Doug attention was given to earn of th* ,
but on Saturday Coach Willis of Marion County Several rune models i* the IMS Mercuryline unique Christina gift II> I' rear ......
Bruce Dierman's teamwas nosed more member of the She. with special attention to the urge the Peninsula Motor:Lab r- -r.:-- :.3I
riffs' Association flew la lakes silencing syMemwMekmakesth anew (AM). I -
Lake Placid 3933,
out at Expert estimate that> r 000 11
In the afternoon. Mercury SO per cent quieter
Lake Placid U defending regional live a would be laved (If'
than previous model. year
with the aoelaita {
Meeting
:
champion.The ever) car in the nation, were. out. i
Clint Dundee
was sport promoter
Green Dragons'6-5cen (he arranged the Ltaton. fitted with seat tells Of) ':ours, t va s a.r l'_' M j1
must be u4 once they are
Andy Sapp. 11 a pretty the
ter. Clay fight), of Miami, MoriaRothenberg Two Get Tickets
tough boy" Bkrman acknowledged of Miami Beach and IM ailed. "IM
= .:i= r
The AAA club said Hat, seat : i
the loss, --
In reviewing Everglades; Dudley Garrett, After AccidentsFrank I -
,
betts reduce the sever u 'jscU
Sapp dropped In It points and deputy sheriff of AI.dluIClMIty,; J
dominated the backboardi Wade Cobb Jr eon of sheriff li Mill of Oehopo was dents by preventing the wearer i YJ ."i
thrown! M the
from being agal
a debit for an Improper
Santa ROM County Ed Jaffry i a given .
the shorter Gators. ;
against left turn following an accident indthleld and other U/I, IIldill'olJlf'I' : ..rw-.r', ,1
the Gators will have member of law firm In Miami i3frdr rw.w. wewn rv -
Tonight pride the car, '"r ft am be
Beach ol Rothenfcerg, Jaffry and or. Fifth Avenue, Soutk, at SiK) .
to deal with another tall one. Waaseman John Madlgaaof: Tail o'clock Saturday right. Police bog thrown out of the at against
;
Naples center Steve Clark who abuses and the attorney of the any both SiDle and a car drivenby the pavement or other unyielding

measures 8.4. association, and Carl Shutter,, RernoWo KPMM, Nt7 Co. lib,.. ".
"We had a five-point lead Held secretary for the Florida cone Circle, were drifts* I* the "An Indlaaa Misty of 41! fatal

with 2tl5 to jo, but we made Sheriff Association. right lane on FUtbA''OIIIII. accident reveals that 47 per cent Which size Savings Bond you should buyand whyI.
of the people killed were ejected)
four mistakes Bierman said With voluntary contribution east of the FV Comer Jut

Th. Dragons took advantage 01( the only way to obtal the needed *. 1.IIIOIO"'ed around oa the tn crashes si moderate speeds,

the Gator errors and pulled )1 0,000 for lie flstal year olIW left to pass, Billie started to sad his Is IgaUlcant In light of fkarUr cure ,' seven 9, "I',.rI. i tm bonuMia. tas refundsand
out the victory the astoeiatlo pined the make a left turn, rextfelag ta s the tact that 4$ per cent of all Small enough to ,; big ."h.r windfalls Crow, into" tidy

fell behind durIng "' '''lIIr. of prceaoter Dundee collision Danagwtttliatd fatal accidents occur at speed enuugh to ," .*l gift nwt rile 'A Moo at matunty coat
Everglades that tkre flfM would be heed at $30,00 t* each car. Mo one I under 40 mpk. Seal belts seemto WerUi $2* al ref wily. only >10.
a slow first half which In aired. he lass affective at Mgt..rspewli.
with lop nigh beaus parUctp VII $1S.7I. > tbne and small
Like Placid ." 6. Forig saver*
ended with on top William ButMr, loll CightbAveeue J. Inereashngly .1M a>wi .*,jr ill,...' "" YIJKI get guaranuexi InUf.r .
118. The Caters cut the Dra- In ute' event of an accident, UK
NofA, was ghee a ttck.et | with '., Only $9 >'r 'il.n' sorority And your
gons' lead to only two, 29-27, Golf Clinic At for a*. .pr f>*r Son ad frat seat tell help to restrain the ..iwky .toy* dbmfort tI" "i nvajistU when you mused It.
after three pert.odJ.but thea kavuic valid drtvtag Iteease, driver al the wheel so ttal be bas My Worth NO ; sells fat M r"I' ) jt HutwrHy.; cell for only
we went cold again,Everglades New Golden Gate following a minor cflllisiMfun fie "better, control tit tfte car. AS ..., 117.10. f'v U7t.
Ave-iit*, "-411, lid Ids s4dUi'al benefit Is the *Mn4rtaAord .
coach remarked }. O.tt4-Mw. .ple fine (sr pert of an In.ic" .
Tomorrow by die seal belt. IIbalds 7 ,11I"
Guards Ron Addison and Course Strut, s 'Jth at 4t vsck wan I* biW U Hmv\ "moat. Worth $1.0UO at

I Charlie Golf paced the Cater There will be a free golf driven Friday by,ifl wnuasj It Inv IMIedg M'* a, SIO ar aMMrood M wearer?ram IA*ndt ptae>***iMf M $76, '.< ft when* 4. Me it .*.. '' .4 year..or' II ?" _._..., i ..:J :011' only $7$0.I. ,

wlih: 14 and 10 pot's. David clinic 'T Golden Gale Canon Third \e" ii*. South The Rut.tedfir Sell for )jllll .. (;.-A 1 pl,. fee reserve fund*- for
Barton meshed seven and wil try C ',jr '>*'-or-ow. ttarlngsi .r was' damaged and W t* the safet r,r<>rd of ?' olkup >," .n.--. peni If
4. vni r* ui
lard tooter two. Blemsn pro- .:' * But; e"; .r wart seat :.111" 'la f.e oena 4 a "nn V Btiv .1'I 'her insulations ...
GOEJ! A batty wt: use 1'1rC'.t > aiu fisow, 3 *. f"At .:!:: l! II IZ- of eat-". 4er al N' utr 14.111'' rr"f"i vt', ,', beaks ''ood for

Banana jrwards tonight,wfch: U t bI. *? a der(, acs 'eI Xi state*, seat a"" : were L3"$438r a a a. JO .t L nappen to have

wen si carter am tc. son Mr* '. r I;35c0 3. 11&1::.: P :IIt aa: tie reap1* ave. ,oui: : :, se.s'i: I 7t. $7100.I .

and ',elf curing th* guards Oevte 't k :::x'lrWa, .r..r.1: tfe ewei death
1II.Jd'ClCI"a": -AKi ;; )lv.
Tirough six games, olds ',a- r .alJiott M -p* ;c.a .. ..... ........ A.. ... .- .
A



I
I IEGLER'S




8 COUIIR COUNTY NEWt, MtplH. Wt. TWiy, p* / '
Harold Weed Mrs. CorwlnWilteWSniart

Kosters -Bruce Nre _

LueddersPunchesTeam Boynton Sr 97* Arthur Brac- 4

Itett-Mre. J. Roodhouse 96. '
OR N ER h HAZEL ABUAIUMBON a a.e..ee..e.ee.ee..eseeeeeee (


SNOWBIRDWe .e

had no first-time guests r

Rates HighIn for die game, a very unusual

circumstance. However, the

cold winds further north blew
PINE LANES
CanerHarrall back to town fora The Powder Puff League on STANDINGS
.
Local Bridge eordlal greeting from the Friday had May Grant as the(tar LEAGUE

members. when she rolled tames olMl

Why the Howell movementIn and 145 for a 496s rle.. Laitr.
BY C J. McMURRY day's game, playing North- the pink section was a question City Fraley using a 161 earn fain BROOKSIDE BOWLCONSTRUCTlONEERS SEASHELL MIXED

The Naples Duplicate Bridge South In the Earl Bird! sec raised by several as we r ed a nil sot, and Jan Herren a Panamas 39 21

Club certainly hat a top-rank don Against oe average unsuccessfully progressed 426 with garnet of 159 and 180. WON LOST Snails 38 28

ing team in the Mrs. Carl for the 10-table section, they pleasurably albeit at times, A number of the lower average Townsend Produce 45 7 Cats Eyes 88.

Luedders -Mrs. Grayoe Punches scored 140 points which gave somewhat dolefully, from tableto bowler were shooting well Fri. Naples Federal 31 21 Coquinas 38 M

combination. They bang the team four firsts during;! table. Vic had a rather com day Helen Parker, 102 average, Moose Lodge 30 22 Oysters 30 39

ed home first again In last F ri- this year. In addition Mrs. plete--and I think,1twIiIprove came in with games of 131 and 133, Standard Oil 26 26 Angel Wings 98 98
,
Luedders has scored two other 77 Perry Carr 104 averagetossed Dewey Polly 25 27 Olives 28 32

firsts, and for the 11 games to most--a quite satisfactory a 130 game, Emma Wright, 106 Schreck Const. 24 28 Star Fish 26 95
i idr
PUBLIC NOTICI with a 91/2 table hit
answer average, a 135 game, and
In which she has participated Mitchell, East-Wen would Margaret Viking who carries a Allied Paving jl 24 28 Conchs 21 39

thjj she has an average Tom's Amer. $ 24 28 Perewlnkles 20 40
year 107 er.
NOTICE or PUILIC NEARING have played only 2l boards, average rolled a nice 149
The public ... haraby Informal game percentage of 579.8 North-South 24, I weU recollect game Helen Holland made a 163, Allied Paving.12 23 29
that public hearing will III held Following In order were the Almee Capelle 118'7 Shirley Fyke Naples Police Dept. 23 29 ROLLING BROOKS
I
.t II:00 A.M. Fabruarir comments many months ,
.::odI'c Commlaalonara : Dan 1221/2* Mrs. ISO Pumpkin Bay 44 12
1165 by the Burglunds when a somewhat similar Margaret Miltner 168, Ruby Sawyers Carpet &
,
of Collar County flora H. Uner-Mrs. Frank One ago Riser 166 Janet Reahard ISO 31 Snapper Creek 39 17
d., In tho Soar* Room at ha Court short Tile 21
developed cutting
Houio, Eat N.pl.., Florltfi, to dotormlno : 1121/2, and the Howard John game Alice Jensen 182, Mary Kline 163, Boat Haven 16 36 Henderson Creek 34 22
.i.llithInf the of the night. It
the advlaablllty o pleasures
o bulkhead hot aituata Im, sons 1081AEastWest e Barbara Collins 139, Shirley Big Marco 27 29

", .p.rticubrly 0i. i gibed, ... end fol. had Mrs.M.Milt- would also Involve skip move- r Glasser 181 and 151, Fay Hatcher COMMERCIAL Isles of Capri 261/2291/2
moro aa ment which probably causesas 16S and
Marlys
143.
Boyd Bar.
Iowa: ner-Mrs. F. Albin "hitting the Brehm's Atlantic 39 ?1 Caxambas Cats 28 30
N much confusion as the effort A FEW PIECES of soap lumber, some chicken bara Collins converted the 6.7
.. ball" for 1271/2) Dr. D Mos- Imperial River 241/2 311/2
.
INC' Texaco
eORNKRAMLICNtAISOC., Wimp's 381/2 211/2
follow the directions on wire and split Myrtle Brack the
... Arll to an easily obt.um supply of pine cones 3-7.10,
11'Ciion,! her-Mrs. E, Fuller 122, Don the cards. plus the ingenuity/ of Pete (odonos are the in. Frances Walker the 5.8.10, and Palm Lake Mob. H. 3,7 23 Blyou Bowie 221/2 331/2

Colllor County. Florid Stlmpson-Mrs. C. Coffmin 120; attentiveness May Grant and Millie Collins the Luff CMC< 36 24 New River 181/2371/2
FROM o concrete monument On th. Mrs. T. Bonlnl-Mrs. E. Armstrong Perspicacity, ;irrcdients of this unique Christmas tree, on display Plttman Hurricane Hustlers 18 38
north Inns of action 11.41 n, about and co-ordination should be the at Palm River Country Club. The black and 2.7. Fun. H. 33 27
10 loot out of tho Nigh Tide linoof 110l/2i the A.L. o rea- Anchor 32 28
tho Gulf of fun taalalong order of the moment when the white photo dues not do justice to coloring and Lounge PINE LANESCONTRACTORS
tha north Unele.4'i: : >ald Sac sons 110. The Earl Lanes time for arrives, the BROOKSIDE BOWL Troplgas 311/2 281/2
Non ? dlataneo of In I hit to ,. lacked Just one half point for scoring lighting (NEWS photo) Four SOO series were rolled by Brookside 28 32
concrota monumant and the JOB first on the pan of the north
of thia than. Una. THENCE average at 1071/2. who Is with the .the Senior Citizens on Friday Paul's Texaco 27 33 WON LOST
ontlnua Ea .1 get pet nlthru player charged afternoon when 45 of them took
Pink Section e Howell move- ber of the East-West won more than honorable Hatchers 38 14
o conerata monument at ISO footand duty of putting down the resultsof players.In men- lanes. Mixed Grocers 24 36 Const.
the
Dutch Wolf
11)CU'VI onothar to at tit Wl I laft fat:with thanca tha ment -91/2 tables, average the board, the second and most cases such occurrences tion only to find that the cor- high over u he rolled games of 201 was Swede's Auto Trim 18 42 Fuller Industries 37 15

following olamanta; radlua H tot 96, had some tight tussles but third the responsibilities of all are caught during the tabu- rected results had displacedthem 168 and 19S and a big S64 series, Marco Island Dev. 16 44 Wood's Chrysler 31 21
pro diatanea 00 Of faat: Etta .nlLl. Mrs Iris MlIl an-LouIs Irion lating of the *, to second or third. It's Metslcraft 291/2 221/2
scores
$t3130" chord barn ( /:I four players at the table. That traveling Tom Thomas back on his game
I C, chord of diatanea taniancy;711 thanca faat to Eat a won by a head at 118 with thought was brought forth by however, sometimes they slip happened ere this--and as our turned in games of 175, 168 and SENIOR BOWLERS Alander and Son 281/2 2S 1/2

r.JnJg faat to a point of eurvaluro, Mrs. Bens Turner-Earl Ogden the fact that during the even- by and are only caught by Vic national leaders emphasize 192 and a S35, Jack LaCelle, who Blok Busters 21 3 Daley Distributor 26 26

a th.nc.radlua by 01 a eurva M 04 to lot too.n right arc with due fighting hard at 117. Following Ing many boards showed errors when he re-checks everythingthe strongly deflation can cause is hitting 500's regularly regls. The Others 13 11 Firestone 24 28

tanea of 177.70 fat thanea to a point by of a the James Walter 109; In scoring, either In post- next morning. What sad a strong feeling of deflagra tired a S27 on games of 178., Merry Makers 13 11 Moon's Masonry 24 28

curva ravorao to eurvaluro tha ,left :with o radiujl' of Mrs. Dorothy Luellen Mrs. the ness Is experienced by a team tints in the spirits. All required 183 and 166, and Ev Fager tossed The Youngsters 11 13 Stone Builders 231/2 281/2
scores posting
tot 140 14 to faat o an point arc of diatanea ravine of'CU 171,...17.. Adelaldep.lmerl06Mn.j William In Ing the wrong wrong column,or putting which went home that night Is that East-West look games of 166,185 and 161 to pin Bear (KatS 10 14 Cadillac Amoco 19 33

tur.: thonco by scary 0 to the Franklin-Reynold Mullen down the Incorrect num- happy In the thought they had 'em over carefully. a 512 set. Jim Bradley rolleda Guttersnipes 4 20 Pine Ridge Auto. I"1/2 341/2

on rlfht ore with illataneo a radlua of of III 140111 17 foot foot to 104.9| Judge Albert Delmar Well,having"d ood me dooty"In nice 167 184 Evan single, Charles Carra 172 Moorings Texaco 18 36

a point of common' eurvatura: thence those hints let's meet Felghtner a ,
by a curve to t.... rlht with a. gentle Lee Klncald games ot 163 and 167, MEN'S CHURCH
,.dlu, of M fat, .n arc d'atanea' .! p next Friday night at the Wo- Paul Power two 148 games, Methodist n 40 IS MEN'S CHURCH
of in 10 tot to a point of Tangan
cy; thence North. 111 lot to a man's Club at 7:30 p.m.tohave George McCreedy 165, Joe First Christian 36 20 First Christian 391/2201/2

curve point of to tho Curvature laft with; thanca a radius by of a the usual enjoyable duplicate Palmer games of 159 and 163, Assorted Christians 27 29 Baptist *! 321/2271/2

100 feet an arc dialanca. of "'.03 game. Early birds again get John Preston a 190, Ed Berg 161, Methodist 12 27 29 Trinity #2 31 29
foot to o point of common curve" the red treatment as Jeff English 171 and Otto Hart. #2 30 30
tura: thence by a Curve to tha ,loft WANT A DANDY carpet Presbyterians 24 32 Baptist
with, o radiua of 7M let an aro 41.... long as the supply holds out. man 154. Marge Thomas using a Emmanuel Lutheran 19 3"WOMEN'S First Baptist 26 34
tanca of .".11 foil to a point of
taniancy! Wait 17000 fat; r 179 as high game gained a 487set Trinity ill 25 35
thence I ll'M; E 400 feel; thence' to lead the women ot the
Loot 1711 faalj l O : TOO' E CHURCH
pointNof club as Evelyn Roderick hit a
140.01 /.tto I eurvaturo Christian WOMEN'S CHURCHLutherans
thanca by a curva to theright 150. 96, Esther Thomas a 135
i with o radlua of 100 fat on City loner and Colleen Wolf a 138. Plnheads 291/2 121/2 38 24
arc dialanca of III 10 toot to o ,
thaneaa Gutter Dusters 26 16 Holy Bowlers 35 25
curvature
polnl of common : .
a curve to the r,ght with o The last Dlablos 22 20 Trinity 32 28
radius of 010 N fill an arc allatanca Vice-presidents
of IM 1* foot to a point of com in the Friday morning Republican Mixed Christians 181/2231/2 Christian Daffy' 28 34

to men the eurvatura right with; Mona o radfua by a of eurva IMfaat -- Court Women's league won three out of Methodists 17 25 Saintly Sinners 25 35

on .". diatanea of 111 II fiat four points from the Senatorsand Question Marks 13 29 First Baptist 24 36
thane tooth Glvo a subscription to
to 0 point tangancyt;
Its II feel to o point of curvature; Two defendants were convicted moved into fifth place out of

thong by curva to the 'lift with In Municipal Court Mondayon the cellar. The Diplomats, by N1TE ROCK 'N BOWLERS
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
THE t
0 radius of 131 71 fat an ore dlatanca I OWLSWON
of 014 17 f.1tI a point of charges of driving while intoxicated virtue ot a four point win over LOST Caribbean Realty 39 21

ravaraa curvatura: thanca by of a the Dark Horses, took over first Conditioned Air 38 18 Holland Salley 38 22
with radius
curve to tho right a
IM lot on arc dialanca of 437.01 Judge Harold S. Smith found place in the league, and the Little Ron Jim's TV 321/2 231/2 Ilmm1e Gibbs 37 23
loot to o point of common curva Elephants won all four from the
tuna! thanca by a eurva to the Robert Lewis Jones,30,Rlvier. Anchor Lounge 31 25 Modem Masonry 33 2'1
We'll send card shown V, .. P.'s who now the eel.
I a gift ( occupy
right with a ,. .., of 10401 fat an Beach, guilty of reckless drive lar Chesser's Wash- Carousel Drive In 32 28
arc dlt.nco of 173.11 feat le a point spot. Juanita Snyder rollinga

of curva rwa.a to the Cur..turt loft with lhance a radius by of a below) to the recipient In .* 6 Tl>. Costs Only I its oy.SJ j;: ing and PWL tie fined Jones big 204 game and a 539 was o-Mat 31 25 Don' Liggm Rex, 29 31 ,

711' an aro lietanee. of HIM tot YOUR NAME. .. $7.50 'for six months. $175 and ordered him held in high for the morning, followedby Naples Camera Wonder Garden Res.21 334'
ta a paint ol' common eurvaturathanca : or custody until the fine is paid. Nour Turner who tallied a535on Shop 301/2 251/2 Stone Builders 23 31
by a curva to tha left with
a radiua, of ISIS II fat an are due. Jones' license will be suspended games of 176, 167 and 192. Ingrams Chevrolet 29 27 Fuller Industries 21. 39

tons,.v....ol curvatura 14440 feet,! than to o point by of a for three months to a year Marie Weaver rolled a nice 190 5th Ave. Rexall 28 28 Imperial Pharmacy 21 39

curva to the riht, with radluaol by the state.John game good for a 497 set, Angle First Nat'l Bank 26 30Becky's
121 let an ara diatanea of 7M II
Salmon tossed 200 loner
fat to a point of common eurvaturai Lee Hazel. 21, of 466 Lynn 26 30 BIG CYPRESS MIXED

I with thanca a radlua by a of curva IIJIII to foot tharihl <' Q\\\} 10th Avenue South, was found she Myers hit wasrolllngconsistenUyu Bank of Naples 25 31 Panthers 331/2 221/2

an ore distance ol 417 IJ get to. guilty of DW1 and sentenced to games of 133,132 and 132, Panty Pantry 24 32 Pot Holes 311/2 241/2

a"ir4 point.')l" of W taniancy HO fat;: thence thanco N N \ortS 30 days in Jail, to be served pin missing Rot her Cramer triplicate rolled by one Baronl's Res. 15 41 Ospreys 29 27

13'07' W 114 II lot: thanca S 1307t t ti hours. Ha- games Swamp Rats 29 27
non-working
I Ira II lout: thanco S 174131* C doting of 142 and 145, Mae Williams
720 foot to a paint of eurvatura: ub5 zel's license also will be picked rolled a 154 loner Sue Link SUGAR AND SPICE White Herons 29 27
) a
thong by e curva to tho taft with
I radius af IMIII let ,n are due. up by the state and suspended 159, Bunny Nelson151ItuthDodge Nutmegs 33 19 Razor Backs 251/2 301/2

once of eurvatura HIM bet: to thanco* point by ofravaraa \" for a minimum of three 178, Tillle Davis 170, and Norma Paprlkas 32 20 BobCats 231/2 321/2

curva to the right. wllh o radius "QJ months. Queeney 159.Position Sages 32 20 Gators 23 33

of tot III: thanca let an S ara M.01 dialanca' C 101II of Ot featto M James Michael Ci rlffls, 20, + + + Cloves 28 24

a point' of curvature, thance by Fort Myers, was fined $25 for night in the SeasheTl Gingers 28 28 BOWLERETTESWON
with. radlua ol
eurva to tha left e
I 70 fat an are diatanea of 1714) \\ou. careless driving and speeding. Mixed League saw the Panamas Cinnamon 25 2'1Dlx1e LOST

loot lura: to thence o paint by, s of curva ravaraa to tho eurv.I rihl. ... A 60-day suspension of driving move back into drat place aa they Crystals 23 29 Pampered Poodles 41 15 I

I with a radius of III 01 fat on are koEti Jt \. privileges was not imposed, won three out of four from the Sesames 21 31 Naples Floor Coy 37 19 :

af diatance tenaency of; 171II thanca foil 70-30 lea t point IM toes provided Grtffls obeys traffic Snails who now occupy the second Allspice 21 31 Faber Hsir 3:11/2: 221/2. ;

tout: thane N *oo. E 110 faatIhanca ; spot. Fred Clark of the Pana. Rosem.rys 19 33 Mr Sod & Land. 281/2 271/2
"
N I'll 01 W III foot, thancaS laws.A
II'IIII" W ItO tot to a point charge of falling to have mas was the big wheel in their Party Pantry 26 30
af curvature: thong by a eurvalo victory when he rolled games
eS
vehicle MERCHANTSBurger Whitaker Nicholas 31
under control was dropped -
the. right, with o radlua of 100 tS ot 201 200 and 184 and 585
loot. an are dlataneo, of l>7 01 Out v against Charles Robert a Palace 28 14 Jim's Sunoco 181/2 39 l/'l
to af thanco N set. George Weaver contributeda :
:
o taniancy
113'06pol W IM fait to point of Holt, 20, of HIS 10th Avenue nice 536 series. Bill Jones Firebirds 26 16 Bob's Esso 161/2 391/2
curvature: thanca by a curve to
Rose Texaco 25 17
the right' wllh a radlut af ISO tot 0it. using a 224 game gained a 881,
.n are dittanea of 117.01 last to \\p\\\ Nonh. Holt appeared In court Bud Mohrbacner 208-532, BIU R & E Recreation 24 18 TRAIL BOWLERS

a 1111 point til!' of C taniancy HO taut;;; than thanco N h) but the arresting officer did Dunn 523, Paul Abrahamson 508, Moorings Texaco 23 19 Hatcher Const 271/2 141/2

"U'06".. W 100 fall thanco I Jim Croak 211 and 202 and 574, Tahl Bros. 22 20 Shannon Supply 28 18
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...n'.. W !110 fat to o point of not.Daniel
curv.lur" Mace bV curv. to the X Judson Noland, 21, of Leon Snyder S72 without a ZOO Lange Bros. 18 24Marvin's Crayton Cove Lndry 24 18

arc right distance with. a radiua af '117 o100 01 taut foot to an o 919 10th Avenue South, was game, Ed Harroun 537, Charlie Lawn Ser. 17 25 Daley Distributors 23 19

point of taniancy thanca N 11) 01' found guilty of assault and bat- .ahueAn:8I Wimp' Johnson Abbot s Seawalls 15 27 Tamtam Tire 22 20
W sot feel To a point I of curvaturathanca ; 503. by Hazel
by a eurve to tho r.|ht witha tery. A 30-diy jail sentence the best Sunshine Suprex 12 30 Furniture Fair 20 22
the
Abrahamson
radius ol 100 fat or are due i was
was suspended on condition No- Pine Lanes 20 22
Santo of III 01 lea point oftaniancy women could do Sunday eight
thanca'IN II'IIII' t land conduct himself accordingly Juanita Snyder turned In a 477 FIRST FLORIDA King Insurance 19 23Reahard
1)1 feet, t. point of curvature; ,
thnco by curv. to Ih0 ,left with Mary Harroun 473, Dot Donalson Food Bank 371/2181/2 Service 151/2261/2

a radiua IJ '71 lot of 10 to foot e an are of diatancoof A 10-
\ cy thanca N 1100 I ,point* Ill laollle James Albert Harper, 38, Into Stacey a 154 loner. J. DWilliams Fuller Industries 34ln 2112ICrei'lng

curve 0 point to of tha curvature riht with; thanee a radius by of o mokalee was withheld providing converted the 3.7 and Sons 31 25 LIQUORS

Ill tot en arc diatanco of >44 II Harper not come to NaplesIn split, Lloyd Wright the lee. Etta Conditioned Air 25 31 WON LOS1

let II to 00 a I paint 14!of II leniency faat to :0 thanceS point the future. Harper pleaded Wright the 4.57, and Bea Mann Team IS 23 33 Hatchets Const. 35 21
::
of lurvatura: thanes by o curve to guilty to drunkenness bather the 2.7.10, Darlna gocko.loskt King Insurance 21 35 First Naz'1 Bank 34 22
the with af M foot
right' e radius
.n ere dittanea of 117 M fiat to the 5-6.10, and Ethel Jones Naples Gas Ser. 18 40 Plttman Fun. H. 33 23
a gent' af laniancy: than S "U'06" the 54.10 and the 3.7 &
E HOI II f.1tI a point of eurva" B' B Builders 32 24
lure: thanca by o curve to the News From + + + REPUBLICAN WOMEN Richard's Roofing 26 30
'iht wth' a radius of Mil foal I The three top teams ol the
an arc ditlance. of 711 N lot to a Rolling Brooks Mixed Leagueall WON LOST Fuller Industries 26 30

pn by nt a .f curva common t. the eurvatura right : with Shasta a'ad. County RecordsCHANCERY took four points from their Diplomats 33 23 Robins Dodge 25 31

:.ui af 1t1141 feat an era die respective opponents to slay. lathe Senators 32 24 Blgle/s TV 24 32
ton.u af 417II fat to a point oftnmman
curvature! thence by >,td J DOCKET lead. One 600 series was Dark Horses 29 27 Jones Radio & TV 23 33
curve to the riht. wllh radius eabtl t rolled Sunday nlght-Francta Lord Lltt le 271/2 281/2 Central Cities Ser. 22
Elephants 34
"f 1 I'S feel. an are diatance of 141 71 i. George E. Kennedy and Viola
!.., m a point of rovers curve 1'Kennedy for adop.Uon .rolling games of 197, 121 and VIce-Presldents 231/2 321/2
petition
".e thane by Curve to the left } j leyto '
199 tallied a nice 617 Paul
*."ir. e rio.Ha of 14144 feet an L VJJVs 23 33 POWDER PUFF
arc ."ita."c. ., 341II feet to o c Sarah Mead CXI va George; A. Abrahamaon rolled the high game Fran's Hair Designs 11
00 n' f eurvatura thenobye
common ;
""vi n tho left with a ,.d,... Ot divorce of the night a 243 and cams TWIN COUNTY Eclurd's Fashions :36 24
of '10 tot 'n are diatanea of IM II L. in with a 57S lit Charlie race
Dorotky SUrkmu vs Joseph Roof 37 IS Plaza Salon :36
feat to o ix, *t of leniency thenceS using a 211 gained a 562 Dewey. Fager Coating Beauty 24
14 00 W toa feet to 0 point of Polialey aorxupport.n Moon's Masonry 36 18 Berry's Inc 34 26Ullt.
curvature t thence by o curve to right with a 210 game regla.lervd .
Jack Cannon and Carole
*
Rises 35 IT .
the "(M ho rediue of lit! feat a $73 fred Hillman a M7 Clippers 33 21
an arc vi, ,. ,. of 11113 boat: thane AM Cannon .petition for adaption. Market 28 24 Wills Hair Fash.
Al Tate $14 Moon Mulllna 312 Bibbees 29 31
S 11 00 r |r4is lot; thanee by ,, ,
e Curve i, the right with the fol. and Leon Snyder 310. Lucille Fire Dept. 27 28BrunkMlller Dorothy's 28 34
town. redlua II* faatdalte .
*
.m."":
anal" us ie' are .,.1'... M) M COMMON LAW Lord was high female tit enlghtes Ins. 25 23 Bon.Sprs. Library 26 34
tail; the.e. tearing S 47M 1II.. General she IIIId a big 21$ game for Brookslde 25 27 Merle Norman
Motors Acceptance
chord diti< III 71 feet, o
ce
point of :.r.tree eurveture; thence TO; Calais, County He-i, Box 1737. Naples, Fie. [j jY e /.1l'; Corp. vs Mrs.Joha Boutvell a-k-a a 330 aertea. Hazel Abraham Naples Floor Coy 24 28 Cosmetics 251/2 341/
bv o cu> i the Ian with a rediueef son came in with a 493 Mriaa
J. default.SAMMY' Stones 23 25 Vogue Dress 25
311 foal ere dialanco e O III 40 Inc Merry 'Rolling Shop 35
feet to o p, .1 of reverae ourv.t ra: ... 101141) e month GIFT ""V and Jerl Jaratwk rolled a 490.Juanlta Sunshine Hardware 22 30 Violas Salon 25 35
thence lIy. urvo to the rujhl with Sayoar scored a 479
o radiue' "I feet en ere dialanceof .' Ben's Standard 16 36 SdI A... Beauty 211/2 38fl
SUBSCRIPTION I Iii neme let 4o' s Wanda Rice 470 and Dot Ranaone
I1III 'i" Mo point of reverte my 12 40
: Gulf Coast Motors
SETS A KECOROlakto
I curvature:; ''en'e by e eurve to '" a 450
f the left, with, radius of 71 Iota foe an btu PORK (tiP) ""!la1. + I Incomplete Standings Games HB 'N HERS MIXED
ore dieter at IM feet to e Name:
point of la 'nancy and the end of \ M" .*" has MI t Now that the Christmas Fun postponed. Valiants 41 ISStsrchlefs

entlallv this b.lhh.,0 I bv a tie line line: thafiee S tS'.1'Y'w tan Address: I J y Ions*' t ,,, "l Elf ,.-\Cal Tournament for women la thing 34 22
< ,
41704 fll' to 0 concrete menu' 17. state ZIP __ old 4r \ rhUler. of the past the me will bar* PALMETTO Maxwells 28 28
City 'hG.J
men! e" lh north aide of WieimePate TOe ., s.e\f
Martini their chance. Friday night 39 13
and > MI M hut oust ot tho u John's Clothing Ramblers 28 28
I In, af the O-ilf If Maawo it: l... ", Fe*, :'. and ,the with
high' lido Sign __ .IJJ ? night tartjesquads.TtOO, G. Luff Realty 29 23Jerry's Tin Uuies 28 30
>I' A mop. o,> wary of aeM lone I : .R hag g" M ,'., "' i, l:1.porQf1Ito; k)0 and 1ft 00 p.... Tats U 21 29
I may be aee by all Interested pretee .. Cleaners Corvettes 28 30
I prior to said hiring In Mesail. ante mart set tu %, Strirta. a single event. For further
e* tie County Engineer C 1bar Enclosed 1 my check for $__._ Tfc wow i ,?" takfwl altos otter inform at loa come to Brockside Kay Ray Lighting 28 an 2Iln Falrtane 24 32
I Florida
Count* 25 21
eOAPJO OF 10 LCCUPV i tot jh gwef. "On BowL Food Bank Ferrari 23 33

COUNTY COMMItttONEWS the Torn".n fj 10 Mother ______ Corwln Shells 23122812Framirvre ftlngrays 22 34
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OF FLORID COLLIER' rouNTV thfatrr,d.i ., 'Its, un al 44 : Fair 20 32 Olds 21 35

DM. S If UH_ toll ddda dd d a :"etf.r'' ', r. It Paye Te A.fl1iee Tropics Drive bn 11 34 Model rs 21 35f




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J 9 a* Airport Reel. Prompt Free Dllvry LAWN & SHRUB I 14-Holp Wanted Mal. 48-Apta. For Rant 57-Hou For Sale.

ff_ o DON'S CARE 3-Boats-Motori Accet.
.rldee form Carant.n.5 *i..ut1Tui home at nil Maya,
Gift* Jwolry Ai' ...* LIGGETT REXALL tineford Moarlnia SABLE SMOKES APTS. Palm Drive. Near High School

........ SheppI" Center: J-J13t M I 2- "or VERA'S BEAUTY SALON 55141k s.,. andy I9. u Ssr tr.lob.; ONorbor Drive. Ml 3-443J I".H A.MARLOWE.

lirt 'th II lout boat M hp Momelit 4 Kelly Reed. end Area. Av*. AND BECK
BARBER SHOPS EXTERMINATORS Comer ot 11th A.... ejraie ingino. plus water tkitljt .
SERVICE STATIONS Hh IIoot jacket. tide curtain, top REALTORS
M045$?
.,.. t' Cat! 2 MJO b.fo r* I Jl a m. or 16-Help Available t:1"I apanmont vvm 411 Fifth A.... loMl .
(a ROSSI'S Berber bhepe "NAPLES" PEST | L010 m \\ll% tl : ., I block: lrmMH tlHl 143. .MHFor
UNIFORMS Ave 4 block Iron thetunneled
f(f"rt. Th,.. Mu M.r2.4449. .. tlTRtp CONTROLSERVICE BOB'SSCKVICE I) II la lit 91 All *_," Ml.let to' Betel. twin 0 M Wheeler C TIg* .,....",. fj yr*' .Id. b..ch.J sash., .I..lri. sot.twO .Maio' by sons i boa
and large W* have added Cabin Cruiier with fly need part time lob. Willing I ; ta ., V51.blsrem room I ba h Cll bnua. on
Na"'LEI .NOPP/Na CENTER PE Bare aitetLINNICI M Depth tinder Koohtar'df 1110 work Ml I Hi U/IJ tt Is mu 5 101505 MI 140/S. canal. ill.KH. Ml 1 4U4U .

Two Manor Barber. D YO" NIOMT' STATION UNIFORM SHOP toc v"tm. 9 ft dinghy tith lilt_It __ __ ___ bO r J -
Illl Mendry It Fl*. .1Id bail well. I .... II. rt uun "IUT I ,0
0pen ErcS Mechanic.I Rood
|- Sun Service
/'Oll7y.r. I bedroom duplex I lee trila two bedroom hem
.rI; to labs No reaaeneble oiler refueed 23-Miac. For Sale
Men End 6rey REASONABLE RATES '" Ju'y M.IJirq. Till Ml I JeM or Punt apt Na net* or children 11)1? OI COLEM/ANA IOYO.alts
Nelurel way ifcrdi Nf t IIIJ. "/n II I .
Uilna, Heir Tonlt-lnaulr. Cell 0., er NleKt MI.2-7IV3 4060 North Trail Ml, 2 Ml 7 FOR SALE NEW, 'ie. I Bedroom uniWnithed M Tenth ... No MI 05031
Boiti-Motori Accet.
aoarlmentt. Air Conditioned
11..0.4uIy ear Over look* tale 1 oadVoom, f
CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIRJ 5-Buiinau Oppt. ALUMINUMPRESS peted. YaarINN.. Hill'. Crete bath houao. Close le beech. and
o'DAY Manor Aoarfmonto. Ul Ith It poll" tour** Furnlthod" or unfurnlthed
FIbs, .'Iss. ..lIb.... PLATES North I bit, | Ill, end 3 0404. Ml I tW._

ERR Y' S JAEGER INSURANCE V ; loss CHRIS CRAFTS 24W x 36" !..!t.L-! I/I Mill It. North

DRY CLEANING I mm&nenC Utd Seals eon erokaraia V.lu..Tf.t. ?.. 1 INC available' en. t 1. apt completely fit, I, Sts
IAVtMONIYASy Ideal for
"YM."T I awns Smith., Chru.Croft new ultra modern 1 bay lervlce nithed. within welking ditlinc 0 ,b.4r...m,"J b.lh. Geed stir
*. ONE DAY /a ,. .UTO-.OMIO."I. Nolf er Full R" lob M.'n' MI 11W Italian of original architectural 5f .bunch /.4 ...appine IM .... CleelrM .,.".... Utility
SERVICE \. Hunting Ledges Ihru May HIM s, Mill. room oeroened perch. Oaraae.
NAPLEI INOPPINo S ...,.. Huh datian now under centimetien
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I I UHTU corner U. 41 and Collier 1I, Sthorly's heat end Air Cond III9M. I
NORTH TRAIL MI I-Tn. WOHK OVAHANTttD County Courthauaa Naplat Flirt Camps oparl55h1Midway |*M ..._. Illl per month,
842 6th A... So. MI 2.7390 MIMIC NOTICE tunalahd
Ttl Mo .,..1"
This sl.ton, ollart excellentprell I3N1 III' It tail I
&
11$ .11I A** .. Ml t ddOt Roofing Siding
and velum potential lequalifad STREET NORTH
IITH
I LEGAL NOTICEIN individual Experience Excellent Insulation 1'..,",....., Apt ITHt Av.. 4. Till MM Move rifht ,InI
DRIVE INS JEWELERS UPHOLSTERY THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT 0,00 .or....,1 Paidraisln. ,. jt No 11/11 tlCompletely .....om newer homo. Largo
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program and financial .
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IN AND FOR 25cca. aloaod Florida room .ood ttor
COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA anca .availabl T*s*c.. Inc rurnltbed I ,bedroom electrla kitchen, utility, .
IP TROPICAL Fl Myart Pla, DavtEDtlltt apt blocka' lo the ",.r. TV ape NaerLake
I toilet
IN PROaATC: with carport
i BLRGLRs COLLIER COUNTY NEWS room
1i III) loll
NO. ISr- .nI E 1313 II/t cable in Adult only Park School SUM.
t :
r Zt V MEADORS' UPHOLSTERY IN RE ESTATE OF II. I* 11/11 41 Term tor reliable buyer,
5w PETER JOSEPH VALENTINE Ealabllthad. wholatel Burry rt terrlfln the wins ..!!.
/11 ", ,. h rAM r wiv
?Oft Y,.., rI, ,j"" t Ceitom Draptrici Decaaaed. dealrea I* Incorporat Modern Ing Blue Lu." ftp .'..n'1' VINCE CONBOY
:' :' JEWELRY TO ALL CREDITORS' AND ALL production method imployed rue* and vphlrry' Rant ale*. 49-HOUMt Per Kant
I l 1t,,** ... FREE PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR for efficient, operation Reply) trie ............' II. Naplat Fun Rills MI. J.J743

/llp5 ,., ::..2;,!':: .,. MI | 1011MT ii. .., ESTIMAIEI TATE DEMANDS: AGAINST' SAID El: Collier AM'. County New, lea It/ll in tt nilur* C* ___ Ityil atBliupunkt Clota dun and Ol, fit 3rr A...... Porkwoy.

If."" Trail ou..,_. *l>r llmlle PIFTM AVI II.0I. 512 tth Si. No. MI.2-J303 You and each of you' ore herebynotified t kpeeker radl*. .walnut Hsu. Je l.dr..m Moult tpoaonel S..: neme North Ne

: end r4ur.d5, proaent any IMMEDIATE INCOMEFOOD .,....... ......... Olat. or poorly ,..... la'l Mo.v. plea. I aodroom t.5. CerporlCarpellna ..
cl.,.... and demenda. which you, or ."0." door for tub Portable Ceojuina lend. Oil Furnace .Y.h
either of acelntttha 11r5liDr17 ,n Mania. neeiIMMM Mapping
Und. Electri
you '''' typewriter
Ettete of 'plt.v.J iEPH i. BEV DEALERSHIP table tawing machine' IM7I *.", ,1.1..

: VALENTINE 0......... t* the Hen ./ H 0 b.4rsm 'hose' Iomp..ff1furnl.NOd
I. : oreblo Richard' M Stanley" County PART OR FULL TIME INsl.4, CAMiaaCAN P.IALTV
2-1 Judgo of Collier County Florida. Hors It a ground floor oppor Largo accumulation of alamo. ........, ,."550/r.0l0 plus .till REALTORS
) and Ma the tame :I In duplicate; /In ',,",ty for a men or woman lo motlly lo America and I* lie. Ml I Ills 11/11 IITMAkMlNJT DM Na Tamiaml' 1r Ml Mill
'; hit office 'in the County CourthouteIn make money earvlng small amedium landa. 14 MM 10* Fl VKller .
, ., rieTreem; >au.. I badraom I bath furnlthedIn
1,. I I East NapCelfi.: ., County, FlorIda : 5 built 'In placet demand. butmatt a who "with canInvetl / Movie/ Camera. I lanaa* Armytypo near hooch and ....'. ........ Leka Park. would <....._.,
within, aia '") calendar monthafrom tat. and t" ....... Tel rkadroom. let H. ..., ,. reliable, lenantt MlMatlremenl
IHM for ....,..../.. itW Alto .Mina
,.' the dote of the first publlealion tttot it ............ Both NI4 11/0 t/
equip a 'Inventory In a bun .nod M'. earnnletaly
,.... ., .... .
hereof laid CI. cI. "
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fu,....... TV rabbis. '
,. Ito.. the cen bo a* large aa anderbirl. aaaah Canal Iron!
.' : '' client contain and to the.be legal sworn. addrae to and* el pre the you aro able. la make II. Can.. 26-Personal Ml I I ISIS or. Ml ttM. ..1MLL'Furnihtad Bedroom. I Pith home. Mist.

I tact lID told. III.WO. Mobs in *l.
( x eanted e* aforeeald. along with II' M
PO lei till laratola. Fla North 0.,1. r5 ,. N ., ,..
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for Ming of cleim, will bo ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 'w1 on your "
..".. or tame Mao ".",. l.elll/h/l I"........ 0 AarN Ns/N/ Ly Frs......
or women wih drinkingproblem
5.15 mlu ,1shd b.m. '''.000 f.. .dav./ .
EDITH :: 0sdy p
D. VALENTINE :
12-Halp Wanted Atk for hoop by aalling 1., p/.r/ .,/mm/ns ,. Msb. Nful
E.ocutrlrSO00KOTY m" 0.
Ml I4ltl Visitors eerdielly .
SMr. 5111119 r..m.N.
,, li TAYLOR ........ FlratBaptiet .. I.'t:. :
W.I. M.N..510 so. school.
_, .. ...
.,. 515 0. H. luff. 0
for ,.
An. the 11: of
Head Immediately. I man orwoman Churah Anna *n IthII 00 ..... Gall 15115 .,
p.
i Peter Jeaapfi Valentine, Defeated tiN .lli._111 51 !...!!!!!!.O!. .
lo lake over calea' Ironchita olth A... every T.... pndFrl __ 'tJ1 If
141
Central' .
.l 1" '1 I.1 | O. D.. tMNaple Av.nu.I" for Fuller truth.Company week night at I II PM. sp-11. .. Adulla nopall I aedroom I kath. Dan a*.
M Collier County fM M o $ I Ton Air CMJlli.n5 end
II I *. Florid ....,. Oeod flthing Handerton nee
ta Call Mr Oentilint/ 'In .
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F ,, Dee *. II. 92. I{. ItM *<0) Fl .'*. WE 0.3314 after ': MPM 33-Servlcai Off..d Creek, L t 0......', It/11 M r.rr.' w./,III.t.Of'A::

LEGAL NOTICE n/tt !in le Phono t aa" gas 15l ,

IN THE COUNTY JUDQC: COURT Wool flnlther, and l.dye wort Need landecepini before Chrta 50-Hoomi For Rent
IN AND FOR In mtpection end ettemblydipt meal Call. II 004 INN Nur..rytor -Ut For SaUI
: w.b with I pN55.IOa,0
COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN u Prelher Drycloening
PROBATE Experience preferred .but will I\r;eO.p I 0-04/3 .f1.. I. Rrn for rent M prlvele ".....
NO IM ..555 eppyn po".... ,. warfcing man or woman Ml UNIT APARTMENT SITES
IN RE ESTATE OF tr11/1.n 0r !.1ill.- __J//'__" kletkt, to beach. owner. need
RALPH w CA"'ONL I .. try IMol,
Room and'Board. ... Ml i" ny
Of CIA{aiD. : >6-Wantwd To Ivy Mil. ll/l tf teverol lot* I* Fart Rayel* otIf
TO ALL CREDITORS AND All 13-Help Want. Female
PERSON HAVING' CLAIMS OR }* '.I..H.....'.(. .. niceUl
I I.* *..ry prlc *.*shir
TAT(NDS AGAINST lAID EL ytad allkua tusks wealed 51-WantedToRent
: Oead cendltlan. ttahUanFtaperly RANDOLPH FULLER .).*"..
You: and each of you' Sri herebynotified Y.unp 'lady. p1...lap lelo Melnlenaoie Co. PALMII* ..Alllltil Aaaoeiatorrayton
and required to pro...t any I ])! I'de.... toot** Cove Naple*. Fl
clieill, ,.... .od d.wanda ",clt yw, If .5... voice. feed lyelel' 'wanted ). rent or may Mar "M' I".. I IU;
Day
furnlthed
; you, may h.w 'Nn.t Ohs hi...I.... el. olllte ahate, I bedroom .
tilceeted:: RALPH W ;' DaM pretedurp. home. with utility, Fie room,
,I to the Honoreblo. NichcrdON See Mr W,.tt. Collier l8-Aut4M For Sale c.,...., tloae .. chopping. dotinkle AW"lr."ellnr.UitT..ft1: /

L k ; ''' Judaa of Collier I neighborhood' Peer lot_ on fonrte.! .. aaacb Ml t.1!'.!:
Prlpo.; C.unty Newacook beech and water. with T Y
Count file
and
the tameIn ..obae{ IM- month beginning Waterfront M*. ........ Id Oull
duplicate In his .f1cs' tne I reliehie .."It.. Prieerenge and inland w...,... |./''.
County Court....... 'In let! Naplet./ Nouaaworker-own .,... OK USED CARS Jan by
1.295 month WriteIIMl SIM" down, 171 per month /
per
Colliar County Florida. within emI .,. 2/f-
I port. raferencee Call MlMtf
Reaaom liar If
N M00 Baa County Plealiy
( ) calendar, ", onl... from the data e
I" the lira publication hereof. laid/ | Hit INGRAM CHEVROLETTOP men, MISS, "'II It

alalma, or damanda to contain ,,,. Lady for )I..' round employ.merit .
.Meal addreaa ol the claimant' and at Prather Dry Cleaning GRADE uito CAM 59-ACo
3 + 6 to .bo ._," to end ...._.. .. Dept Maul bo eepeble of nee) Si-Real Estate Wanted
I .,.....,... .
along wilh 11 00 for filinglOftOKOTV h.ndr10n5; Pl... apply In COLLIER COUNTY

of t1.I MEIEN[ L/IICARSON. Prather LaundyHauaekaaper MOTORS SMALL FIVE ACNE Iraala wOTlleada
Ills. I, Went I* buy M or near Neplet
and aieatrMHy. low downpeymont
I r55v/r Small hauao or aottage Wrrit
4 TAYLOR bolero J>e* M I* Oevid Brecken *. **ty term
All.,,. for Whrta. Itvo out, RPO, tt. iigonier, P* HIGH 'C"OOAll lEA, Two
o the eeteto of CENTURY HT
visible behind the mountain of Christmas awn transportation. '.'''_'', 1958 BUICK .... lend.
POSTAL WORKERS Are hardly R.1p11 W Car..,. Ooceeeod il/t I tot _.. ."' lwe bath* eir
Ml Central Avenue Wile Collier County Na.a wall le wM carpet, I.'.*
mail and packages which represents only one load arriving at the local Post P. O ... 10 a.. ij7 A74, Seed aondltlo' Full fewer Would like lo buy Irom privateperly ,......
about 210 lacks In the load. with 550 to BOO Naplaa.' Florid M 1400 P; "III .. Oult front lot north or
Office yesterday There were b. I.J AND BECKREALTOR
P.C I. U. tl. tl 0414 N.w 'r..y': Mondaythrouin lei ellteralin. aai Cell/ aouICou" of H.. Rap.ly Collier MARLOWE
sacks handled daily. Postmaster Ken Rogers estimated that upwards of 1.500 I I* I dunnf /tI1. 2-6UJ. : ...., New.. Boa I/I' A >l. IIM
Molt_.,. and aummar eteiion. ll/t NSSStore
sacks have out from the local office More than 165,000 machine can IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THE "'.,....".... Call a.....,..|. I Hit 417 0.0311 A... I.
gone TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIR UIT OF H_." ", ... till' Ill I 1111. I M', I 5050
ChwrsI.l
.I.IIL-.__
_
recorded December 10. .
ccllations of letter mail have been since FLORIDA IN AND FORCOLLlkn ...... INa 1,51 .. .-. OffUe T 1 Ill par
(NEWS photo) COUNTYIN tit" ...... a...b. ...".. h"IL 1150. ...15104MI sow.Ww .ere 'c"o L.I lit l LINTYOIALTY
CHANCERY .._,_. Only 5.15,. I .rET :.M5o It....." 1"10 If
ADOPTION days from I AM'. 4 P M Offn* .p.*.* for rent CHoC J
( ,1v.o00I Pine L.ft.. ..owlln .Allay. (I rorvair" Mania Colony Corp. III Ith atraa "hwated on tsUMy'Rood
IN It r 4) Thevy Nove, I M Cppty Ml t MM A1.'t.. W ml erf Temiaml Trail.
I r.<'tl'ed orders from Std GEORGE e KENNEDYo1 Tam15m1!! Fur' Wa on, Air' PPlamolor Geed rOll form lend ... Jim.mie .
Would Army headquarters to call VIOLA KtNNtDV' hutkand r.. Ambettador Air Air Cond office In th. TONE Meweil. la lea ........,.
Says Bastogne's Capture on i and wife H.rdrN55, Plash PI Au' Tn.M LOO. II Tent It No Low
BECK
MARLOWE AND
iilut{
the American hinders to aur. NOTICE OF SUIT 1.150 Ml 54410 I II red iMovedo. P. Foal monthly rental rnanidea teleantwarlng
I TO KATHLEEN MALONTby A.,. New. M>M. t real soul aaryi** WIILIAMBITONC. REALTORS
n'''Bayerleln handplcked Addr.N USae.IYoe c..I1,",,", divertified tee rela II Poufeot 504. 4 drr fader) INC Ml t I'M. li/l ll tl 17M.5.1.0 aroedway
a ore hu5y oh/1d 15.0 Ohs.5.v. >'al lob If you don t want towo'k M Cor"a>r 4 led, Aul* autMlngyerleda
Not Have Won Battle Of team of four men headed by a ,.m5 p.fl1.a.r h.. 1.150 don I apply. Ml HIM Irene. Near point | / City FtarM
Bulge IN.. eb v Nyled Cwntb 1/,11 II I OX IIMI
.. : : ;
captain emlaearlee. They de. : dap1M N 055 minW .h,5 WOOD CMPIVUIKPLYMOUTM 37-H.mm for Sato. ._

parted for the town equipped ........ thorsia. .. w... KbICILYGRACELLA FINE ORANGE GROVE LAND

NEUBERG, Germany (AP) Intircaptad American radio ale with a makeshift white flag '. ,_.r.4 t..SENNEOY Nas s.1,55.004. 11 50yyw pwa I4-Help Wanted Mal.a. ,NortH _Troll...__. Ml I Ml I ladreom CBI c..,.... liltFarMt Ml aree or more II to M ft

Mia ordarinc the lOlat UJ Air. After ....... .... .... Near Mwik ChekIII ./ey.1NNA Imss.951 free,
The German cenrilho aa hour they returned, why Ohs .14 sal A I Condition 141 VMkawaionConvertible. .Tit 10 down. |,ltd per m. with oerfeat natural drainage,

was ordered to ea fur. Baa. born Division from ReS Into minus till white flag but carry.lag N pr.M.d by.serving..:-.r:, NyMar .> or young maw waM.ds., I.H G..d buvl }eap.0N 04 lilt Avenue |I dM nor airs
between wr'OOM 4 f10s s eanerel Wethinf Irucka.pu 1114* beio marsh value I4'7IiJi MI tii M, 1 1/1 1 it O HULL.
It became a net IP.
said BtMopta. a white of R Adams Ator..y b5 PN010W.P -U. Real Ii.lo
iocna 20 yaara KO today place cardboard >tir( up ... bend/N..4 I ; If Rag BrAaadtlola ,
ind the Americana of D I.. 414, N.pl.s. Floods, sod Ul NOW bout the two
that had his million succeeded ua 10 by 10 Inches I 5551 alaanpp dutiee Apply M jib *

It atlll would not haw von the, who would be la Baatofno '"'J'ht sign read To the Cer. 0.I br C/5.S:: :.5d or'f::' Moreswith M or ,b5ra p.550 only PratHar lapgdry .}lords nome* A.under.. eonelruationn SUN 70R. Marvin..Waeke...'* Ch.'M...k..** Bwen

Battle erf the Bulge for HUlar. IIr"" man general ")'fllt." Or..,..may' 12 55 INI.50/as.4 M50r.155 a51ioN 5 :: May IS why 05 II 1t..1'/?foal u."540055.e5 851..- 41-Ttlch o Tractor MACS..,. le about Mil Ike el IIIMd i .*) home ALSO OwN. Bhrd. U' 41 Mil U.l

On Dec. 16, 1544 Flald Mar. A panzer commander Lt. from the American general.' ......... 00,4 51050N0 1 e O work CaH MM tar ap"frt on irealena Clrat* M NAPLIIIOUIM I" ear** en lute Highway
On. frill BararUln tola WITNESS my ".004 .004 .... NNN .." H/l If el 11 l I.MlWIL II.I .*** with fiv* yaara lo pay,
ihU Card von Rundatadt threw Lil.ttwatg'troope, after fallli* sad Court .t II...... I'IM p. TRUCK{ N1. ,1000 QA Cj A", 5 STONE,

250,000 of Otrmlll)' crack phoned Ludttwltt around 11 to conquer Baatocne preaaed Ida. Ihh... OAR i1.51............. MARCO ISLAND Si;p T....50 ...,. ./ LOW 'f1tlN.? : .... A// 1117/. t..oerea.y1p.dlreatly 5w ()000ANOOiPM o* lie. to HI.
that 11..0111' I kllomat T T KO, .. <
troopi into a maaaiva onalaughlon DJB. the attack weetwird. They CI.., DEVCLOPMrNT ':e ry Fr OMC INC today pUPhx FULLER ReeHorpALMlR

In the Ar. Sri S muss aortbaaat of made the deepeet /*/ Harrlatta C "' .... all tilt 14 No H..... tomptetely ...." HARRIS. AaaooloU
thin U.S. dafanaaa penetration Deputy Clerk 5 CORPORATION Tamporery ...,_ tUP\IE.. ..... aide Ink Av*. Cra/ton C.... ........, f la
donn.i ror... The Crarmaa ob.Jactiv Butocna.Bararlaln the went In the Bets /"/ JAMES ADAMS 1. ..* pay I t M' E".. IUHPer
bad MIlt a racon.ntUainca .lH interview l for the 11.01.451: MaaitlOC' Hailtor
was to croaa the Mauaa P O aea IIINapiee.
party toward the FMrtdaAttorney following. : tit Park H riouin Ml f 111)MOOir ) rent or. belt I* ear..
River and drive to Bniaaala and fUiUCNOTXI for Petitioner. 44-AAobiU Home 'Meet tar lra>MH> Mava M ". *)
Antwerp American Unaa. It reported ev. Dot It. tt M. Jan .. ItMIN bOl! ( lit, Cirfllpnl *ppcrtun > MOOED FHA term Cement Polio, .. T.Ob. 104
Jew San down vMJ ,
clear and BayarleU ....'/ Pbono ..1' >. 1"11
Can. Halarlea: TOO Ludtrwlli, erythlnc NOTICC OF PuaLic MCAniNO THE My far ..,.rbr*.t poses U Pi Y.... .. IreHer movea you loll a new I bedroom tt
opclood to advanoa on the re. Howe 10 hereby ...en that t*>ounderaiened CiftCWiT COURT OF Tool tar eel 9.10NSNAv Per'oelondKion -.. I .bteake from the h *..* $.41. If.CO "... and
the J7th Carnu TWILFTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF _h- reol .h wman.hip .......
commanding remmiea eppeimed San HM M1 tMd lt MU ....." MM a proieat and 1 1.9 pe jnenik. No .Inferoat
a .
ccnnoltered path country FLORIDAN AND PONCOUNTY ( ,
Armored Corp, WU ordered bySe Honorable Perrio tryentOovamar In f....4 prep.ratlo- sod .on-..od5 overythwujAMDOIPM S)4.00. Qno .lie f>om 1iI,1 t1.I .
line rather this the IBm ton. of the ...,. of FlorMjeWIN ',. lak In G... City.
Morlvrl Open
take until BaUHa COLUfl"NCf PJYPTION Ivndoy.
a ..
BaatofM, hold e publw 05.,. at II. M "IO"t.tlo". : 1 !r PUlltrJ PnNerPAiMIM
Lass rxelly 4 al Collier County
; ieetty,
road. lo*
frontier Iowa at an Important crate I m M Tu...., 0....._ U. IM MAMCill Aaaaa>al*
",rom whet BararUla told Las CN.WOrNNI CYC.fO..H 1003N MfJHT AUDITOR Mottr X11 NN.m.4 e..,... Cow ........ Fie
road Junction: ft had to tw ... :.. .f't. C ,::= OF Oey | I4I Ivs I 1441 :r;=: ::: av114lae531
at he could have takea Baa.torna .Mt ION GORDON anal ..rjr kn.wMr.abt Inni 1n.vh ",.I6eI. 0454 c.. _-- .,
cured the attack. Pert Mve... florid. to ?NNIa.4.d ... .
.
to aafapiard I 5 FINIS ... Ft "... .
al that hour practically M e 00"0':0"IOllgf".UIT .114 cad. ,S. J.1.t1i"'I iri I ONLY *tMNeolo orcNON. 0.
.ra' further adnoea, lAiattwUslaid. Luattwtu id. c mM>ing t iSs --_:: N .:..:.::. h"' sge.Rting .... tmv. N Pir.. | ....,_ alaol ;y 0--: 51l.ls7f. i 11 N...,
without a ahot, a TO JtwlL LRE HNiONTAddrea f food sod kManen, .
of the twelfth Jvd< .l Ctrc.M off \ .f 155051. FOO IALI rre triepnr4 5.05. !!:
"But tall d. after aranctnc herne cempetid N Cbertatte. Col Unknown .._. .,...... wwrkanejk o*'l (..;.. d
fl 5
effort ri fwt4 M 10. now
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waa a daaparata her. Delete. Qieeo. Mendry. Von *r* hereby notified l el th* ) .n.... Only /ip I
hundred fad hairy Am451w.05.1.1.4 AiiaeioieeP
doomed from the outatit," said tasks a few sank axle lIMp Into mud Manatee OAT[]and M.ta tareeefe day pf s vnti Doc_.**_. above named in ....ptlnienar above ...,...*...filedCrtien Court s 10 It refi*'",.. wilt to eon4 ban larry* eereon 'room tarpon, *.l N. ..ya NiMy OHXM 61-"" ..... PrapwtyMOTEL

LuottwUa now 61. "Tha tarnlawu taipt on of tho awnor ebidnamed both f the M .4a/.s. man/ I
., *
:
tad cat atack. Ta read the 114 me..:.*. to wit: VINCENTRAV ..Ir.s.pse/ on LK ItfcPier ROBERT H. JAEGERanptea
for ClerkaenR
wholly naaaliabla say Julian D KhlOHf. ,. > ..... PtdtM C ia d Ya*t Kerb**
d Baatocna tt to Bay herd M _... Sad M, ?, > '. .. '
major attack Tha ArdaJtv trtnrt uwed .. anew .. ti CaM Mt IW lUUM4S.T >. MONEY MA North
A amith pny yee .> y'rpCtr Tel I MWAff No.
antll 1 pja. Dee It.MB g- ..11' spttatiwl I. .ttd. o. ;
rolUec foraatad erleta DocI ItM .4J have why the ..- ohawld not bogrented 04 If twit* rtrrn
Mountains that time the Amartceaahad kr **rm o of yourAdama r '!.. fern plating 4)Mtlfi > *> FRONT NOMI-A ..50s.aaw10. Completely .
cut try ataap and writ.. .1ea.. -r. ,. I nrehod a oMaendrliwrwe'-rv
country deeply pp' I >oiUf; For Rant 1.M SIr t bedroom
of BoontaJnatraanta moved the lOlat Alrboraejinto IN TMIE COURT OF Toot Anr..ay for. PM._ .. .tkm cod salary lap*<(UM balk. "AH>..onMi* ied large w eM awrle. Ownor slag .*
twlMinc valleys Baatocne, and BajrerlaU COUll' JuooeN POI.. 41*? H.5... F lor Ma. and .... beeutrtawy lendaaapedIprMklHif l" 5015,.0 N and.
had taw roida on A"O FOR b* Mine: *e or.. thereof WM*> Ie MARCO BEACH HOTEI PNN, owned. al Lake Kelly *vi.nt larienodF aomnHttmonta Prioor tltjSHfwrih
coald orWhan .. told ma that ha could not take tt COLLIERfCOpMNTv.' FLORIDA.. rfce Clerk *f **. 4 Ifrooeuo) pnl Covered term* *h.- by mmiStDEWEY .
which our armor without heavy fl btlnc and Meloaaee. (T1f..l' OUTI January II' 1.... oahorwieo decree .wr A r tend aooarel h 5. .. _......Maw... h 10504_
wa attackad, lot .r.. MARR/ITl mer be entered *.._ you ISLAND DEVELOP. r r tempi a e A. FLETCHER: sod .... ......_. Aa INN
air oparatlow. .rewlrnd aaWITMIII ., Avail ,w1m.4 0.w.' ..It nwo M ,
Bled AUlad d :s/1.:
the couuUed Sth Amy _y Sews end) th teal Mr VT CORPORATION. fr>a ue'lIO O50. Measw
Uottrlt. INTIRSVED r.MMl ... 55_ ..... MI so s.. w yM
ot ..
com.o TO .
lilt say military Uadar *h ** ALL PERtONf 0< .*Ml Court M tea* ....... FujrM vi Ninth 1t.1 SwtAw I.,,' "It If'r.
hara k own tMidquartere. The Army IN TMCEITAK OF SAID DICE, tbia >nd Par of December INC Ti Ao.isa1.
a Mnaa ahould ectamander Oan. Haaao vas DENTr MAP AAT t SCOTT ::0. ...... n.n.I. Apptkselsw >*r. **wek.. 1.* that the Alllaa' air auporlortty ardared hlaa to You pro horaana if>ed last ewrrtton lase. ...... .IsasMr.asr55b.. AM* *Mo4> Wr..M Prod Clerk
battla. linlatfrel, Sy. mot runnel purporting to be / Mernotw f |fa.ar. U f.o UU4 vltbt Creek Trar Perk, rear adtlt
would fiaally wU the .... Loot W>M and ,.. of .... 6i- Clor
Baatacad If ona bat '. .asst A.rr ""l U DEWEY POLLY REALTY
"tfadarcacitviac tbtM dremeaweaa' pose deaadanl ass been odmmed to ... JAMES 'I ADAMS tw vt.kd f.r U<.rvUr
laC Q15atak. leapt Wild to lake the tow*. bet. lt.a court ,. .ro hereby P ... Oil 1 12 1l
Ba lo na Or tile Mtu' 1I., *d raaxernruum <*..anded .,1a.. ... letend.rmanlhje ...- 01.sArrro.y "-Apt.. ._ ..... REALTY I.t. Dewey PMIy R.....p
diCaraaca U from the date Na.* *.ref Aw,.Ste, ...
aKa : had made rapid ad..pace ........._ M Map __ to .p.5., 055 11 I': 7a :-r Iwo ..OILRfNM (alee Ma...e,er onoxid koowP. .worm.'..... .,.... -
.r..u ,.dar.. north of BaatofM.Btferww'a .. Ner1 504 ._ of ,.. Irt, :: -.. Ml flMIdtr tVeax Oowoy Pw:'. R = 000 54314
"Uer ..1117 oYtr.J/IC tilt tttrwaoa you and -/ th* wtujn or fah ...... Il/pf o tilt EBB TIDE AnS Crv lair A No.

Aatrtc dafMPN. .l trGrJPIllllictl1 panzer In .doHttine tf-4 wtl to pss.5Na5 ... .... ... .... Map.1w rvnHonM Trod ttdalL
to ttM sash howl of Ota next .h ,1a.l ..r.raaa YOUR r W..MbrK Monekly le..wg.IIN Ml I4,MBead" 65-00ft. .....
8u. : _
to.ardb5. M :. MuM N 5005 two Hoad) '
adv.a atANLITCe i
sd aouth of Baa. .... |a* Witl Iredor
day .tranced -.l'i pad 01 r 'r:1t
to raid rM-y y'low.Cr..DO DI1Yln DIU t'LIwimc : :
wen oajway M pur *ondalimed
wtic5 we Id w ..5.04.1 l'554
5a. -..
till IOwa froaas Ceakor teuntr. Fiend* / ea Prt *. p5
..155 eea131e d UIt SItS."T tons eatttac road Unaa too.Oi T 0.Dee ..-. rfJlJJ...-.. m*R' Apply Be* =.0W-4. MI 1441 5554M M.ro>. I Ills, MOtEL !. Ml. ...y In pom I* .M*) next s/1y*Par M. any you1ew \'r:. I"$:5 C.Rlsp.. ;
Mother .
efeeOS4.4 < Ml. } ,lf){ ., : ti) '
.e1 -s.c !I>tdu6 .TIIIIWI r r.- list M 3.1106 pfco M. t jp* p*e. =pm. .
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it'll lie tha tOth, la tha ..".,., L a. ll.PtiCMAPJO. U I" x)54
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.plw, fl.", Tu d.,, Pnm.fc II, I 194Around : Street Settle eat Houee play.
r"f'l'.. .",. ..t William Bendix, ere, wasn't ......
Bendix knew all wandering

yNr I k t Movie Star Dies nose and beer keg physique
Labor would never qualify him a* a
Winning matinee idol.

Of PneumoniaHOLLYWOOD "I'm about a* handsome as a

Hours Battle mud fence," he once remarked.
N CA?) Actor But the strength and sincerity
Wlllaim BMMttic 1* toed. Ando, underneath the craggy exterior

Th By Bargaining in a way, Is Cheater A.Riley, transformed him from charac.
orBy the pug4cd, MftJmrted tec. ter actor to ..r.He .
WASHINGTON/ (AP) or. tory worker he made famous .toteleviM wu fidfhtenlag In Eugene
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ganlzed labor, *o far unsure. ese. z fill In iiersuadlng Congress In> Benilix succumbed Monday it touch a* the brutal first mate In
Miami LANSING resident(AP Charles) Onetime P. Eng. cut the 40.hour work week, ti n.- w w Ui w, Loa Angles Good Samaritan "Two Yefi Been the Mast."
Ugh quietly winning the battle for Hosi>lt.iJ) to lobar pneumonia, Bendix underwent surgery for
hospitalized In Michigan _ stomach Blcers in 1135.Bendte .
last shorter hour at the bargaminr/ 4 'omplii< ated by a stomach ailment
spring after forcing his way table. i I lie was 58. and his wife had been
Into
the
office of Gov. George Contracts covering eight ml> At his bedside were his wife of living in Palm Desert until he
briefcase Romney with a pistol in his lion worker -IS per centoralt 37 year, Therece, Ills daughter wa* brought to Good Samaritan

sanity 'rlal.lneUlb, ha. asked a second wage and salary employesprovide Stephanie, 80, and Lorraine, JO, HoqgUl Dec. 8.
for less than 40 how', and Mrs. Alan Ladd, with whose Pine ran service are tenta.
wa an UIIIucces.tulcan41date the AFL-C1O report tale actor husband Bendix one tlvtely scheduled for Thursday In
for the Florida Senatein
1963 and What' more, said an trait 1* starred. suburban Van Nuy*.
unsuccessful a bid
for the Dade County School in the labor organization'. publication During his career, Bendix
the American Federa. Played character ranging from
Board this year. Ha 1* a RepubUcan. .
tlonlst "with rare exceptions brutal villain to everybody' Kynes Rules)
the shorter work week was pal.To
James Michigan Kail Probate Judge achieved without resort to millions of fan of "lite On Youth Corps
man ordered English
strikes." Life of Rlley" television show,
committed Kalamazoo to a state hospital In While not so dramatic as the MEMBERS of the Home Gardener's Client which .Cendlx' death wu a double loss. Project Funds
after he
found
wu
mentally iii. Go?. Romney-testl. proposed blanket cut by federal week to 37V4 hour by July 1, meets each Monday at 10 a.in in tht Agriculture Commons harried It removed father.Chester Riley the TALLAHASSEE (AP) If
fled at English's trial law, the contract-by.coniract 1958." Department at the courthouse held n pro-ChrIst. Approve Bendix' wife the county school boards set up
once admitted to
progress In reducing hour adds While noting considerable sue- mas party yesterday. Perfect attendance plants Maple Leaf Flag an interviewers "Chester Riley neighborhood youth corps proj.
CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP,up to some surprising totals.For case at the bargaining table, the were presented to Mr. and Mrs AI Weiss Mr. and Bill Bendix are alike In a eels and] received funds from
Space agency officials will Instance office, the employe article said one<< AFL.CIO Is not giving up It* at. and Mrs. Alan Haitf, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Uhl, and For CanadiansOTTAWA lot: of way. the federal government, the
try again Jan. 8 to launch an "among tempt to write a 35-hour week money would' have to be con.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Parka The clinic "BUI' bluff manner doesntlet
started two
schedules shorter
unmanned Gemini third are on Into the Fair Labor standardsAct AP Canada' trolled by the board
Project cap. ( ) Atty. Gen.
than 40 hour." In the printing years ago is conducted by Assistant County Agent outsiders know what he Is
sole Into suborbllal test flight. new maple leal flag cleared Its James Kynes advised State
which 29 mil.
cover some like at all He ha all the kind.
The final unmanned flight of trade, 98 per cent of all work. lion American Joe Whitesell. Mrs. Ruth Kinney, secretary to the first major legislative hurdle ness and desire to* help other School Supt, Thomas Bailey.In .

the project was scrubbed last en are on standard work week If anything, the labor organization agriculture department Acts as hostess. early today, winning approval that Riley Is noted for. Some. an opinion sent to Bailey
week when defect developedIn under 40 hour. So are 97 per (NEWS from the House of Commons Monday laid
a cent of the ladles' garment will step up Its efforts in photo) time, when I Watch a Riley Kyne Florida'
the rocket engine the new Congress in January. 163.78. how, I say to myself, 'You'dthink Constitution required the county
workers and 65 cent of '
The Instrumented per The the Sen. school board to control
fully cap measure toe to the writer lived with all of It*
sole will be tired over suborbl.tal brewery workers. ate. If approved there It will be IILike funds.

tal course which wlU general "Unions are winning shorter Bryant To Drive Jubilant OverRuling proclaimed by Queen Elizabeth us. Riley Bendix was a bit Such fund, he laid, "could
searing heat to test both the work weeks In construction, Negroes n as Canada' new national of a failure In the beginning not be turned over as a subsidyto
spacecraft and Titan 2 boosterfor manufacturing, retail and banner. other the
a agencies such as
Born In New York City Jan.
manned flight.Astronauts wholesale trade, finance, Inane Dozer To Start Canada's flag Is the Red En.14 1906, he flopped as a bat boy YMCA, church groups or city
Virgil L Grlssom ance and real estate, the service sign with the British Union Jackin commission.
for the New York Giant hi*
-
and John will ride the industrial and In state and local Civil He
Young Building Canal On Rights the upper left quarter .ym.boUz.tnr mother wouldn't let him go out suggested that the board
Gemini capsule into earth orbit, governments. It said the country's long asso.for spring training. He didn't do contract with other government
perhaps In April. The report was based largely PALATKA (AP) Gov. Far. elation with Britain. French much better u a seml.pro base. al agencies or with Individuals
on Labor Department figures ATLANTA Go. (AP) N.. the Supreme Court "didn't see It .,
rte Bryant will drive a bulldozer Canadians object to It as a symbol ball player singing waiter and Under the neighborhood youth
Some contracts go even lower Thursday signaling the start of Ifs leaders, while JubUant over ,our way. B seems to me that of the domination which ,
Plan Hearing On than 39 hours. New York elec. the Supreme Court' ruling up. the ownership and use of prl. they contend English-speaking I grocer. corps project, the county school
construction in the first of five His debut on the boards at 16, board would hire the youths and
triclans, who have had a 25-hour/ navigational locks on the Cross holding the controversial public. vat* property Is basic to the Canadians wield over the coun. member of the them
Suwanee River As as a Henry assign Jobs.
week since 1962, are the classic Florida Barge Canal. accommodations section of the American way of life" try.
Recreation Area example. Civil Right Act, were taking a The court also ruled that
Rather than slashing several A bulldozer hath by the gov. walt.and.see altitude today over states must dismiss sit-in
TALLAHASSEE (AP') The hour from the work week In ernor will climax a brief cere. whether full compliance with charges now that the Civil
guwannee River Basin would be one chop, the typical contract mony at the site where a $5.5 the ruling would follow. Right Act is law.Imltlokalee. r
turned Into a recreational and nick off a few minute at a million 8U John lock will be President Johnson, noting
tourist area, the Florida Devel. time. like this one between the constructed.The there already has been "encour.
opment Commission announcedIn Chemical Worker and Bur. aging widespread compliancewith RCA VICTOR
lock site 1 about
eight
cooperation with the U. 8. roughs Welcome Co. In Tuck. the act In the five month Was '
mile southwest of Palatka
Just "Y
Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, ahoe, N.Y.I it his been law," expressed
oft State Road 19
the commission would providethe "Each workday I* reduced, hope the court ruling Monday Warmest
area with boating, camping effective at once, by ten MaJ. Gen A.C. Welling of At. would result In Increased ac. SpotIn THE GIFT THAT

swimming, and other recrea minute. A year hence, another lanta, division engineer of the ceptance. Other leaders, Negro
Uonal facilities. ten.mlnute reduction become U. 8. Army Corps of Engineer and white, called for com. U.S. MondayA KEEPS ON GIVING!
The proposed program will be effective IIId, In 196, a third and Robert Webb of the Putnam pllance.
dUcussed at a public meeting ten.mlnute segment U cut off, County Cahmber of Commerce Segregationist restaurant frigid mass of polar air
tomorrow morning In Live Oak, reducing the present 404iour/ will participate. owner Lester Maddox of Atlanta dropped temperatures well be.
awaited a decision by the courton low zero in the Plains and Great
his own appeal to a lower Lakes regions today while i
court order that he admit N*. more now clogged the North
gross. Maddox said he felt a west
DON'Sl1T'TTA'1 similar ruling would not be Moving slowly eastward aGlyrcppAg0rlwfi
made In his cue because he across the Great Lakes,the Icy N/AA"fi4.yy,
doe not engage In Interstate front dumped several Inches of
commerce. now on the western section of +.twuu
BRINGSTO John Lewis, chairman pt the Michigan and New York.In .
Student Non.Vlolent Coordlnat. the northwest, new snow w
ing Committee which has been made highway treacherous
Instrumental In many sit-in Communities In Minnesota
NAPLESNAPLES throughout tho South, hailed the and North Dakota reported tem. '
court' ruling on the Civil perature as low as -20, as an. n"new.sear
Right Act and lt-ln demon other gigantic polar front over etM.a..W, ) e.uos..aron tM Marano'e
strator u a landmark. northwestern Canada moved 625.00
.,.
w r a. .
SHOPPING CENTER MI 2.2136 "Th decision vindicated the slowly southward.Bemldjl .

I thousand of demonstrators who Minn., reported a
f I made the civil right bill not high fl-I Monday.
-Happ fotconchj< only possible but Imperative" Section of northern Wlscon.
l I Lewis ald. "B must be held a* sin had low of -5 to -IS, and RCA VICTOR .
I the landmark in the struggle for southern portion of the stat
I complete social, economic and ranged from -8 to 3 above. SOLID STATE '
political equality for all Amerl. Heavy snow '&u.ln the Cleve.
.t can." land area added to last week' New fsla nl"m
Lewis laid his organizationhad I accumulation, f5,
no plan for further action Fresh snow in the western
@ E m E 0
.d at the moment but would wait to Wyoming mountain area and LJ L.J
'M what happen part of the Southwest added to TM. Or0..[Teee
There wa a distinct posslblll. the traffic hazards. Southern mlNLNI.Ip
ty that further demonstrations Idaho and northern Utah were 409.95

would occur at a Birmingham, truck with unexpectedly heavy .....oc.. _...<.l, Sold StoW ...... .* "1h" ".Ii..n t 120 _"' _. .. .... 160 ..M II"
1R ; ta. Ala., restaurant which was Involved snowfall. ........... 0,1.. ,...b. M.AfM Sfrr.. ....., v....."... ,mwd __.. i. ....,..... by .,..., "
In the court ruling The A cloud cover over most of ch...... ....*.., A. l.. T.... An.. .,..ipM her ....d. .. -
ruling involved the Heart of Nebraska kept temperature In
Atlanta Motel and OUle'i Barb. the 30 in the west and toe Inth .

cue In Birmingham. east
Moreton Rolleston, presidentof West Yellowstone Mont., near A
P the motel corporation, said the Continental Divide reported nCA VICTOR -
rF'T the decision was "a sad Individual freedom" and alter a fresh snowfall. Snow In
Aew :
"make possible a socialistic other section of the state fsta.ALL-CHANNEL :
ranged from alx to eight Inches.
stat and eventual dictator.
His motel his accepted New Mexico had its coldest .
ship. @@[1@Q TV .
C Negroes since ordered to by a night of the year with temper w'e' +wwur r
from 20
lower court. He had appealedthe at urea ranging below W
ruling.A zero at Red River to 22 above at Rig" Color TV at lit itsy to-buy price! j
lower court ruled that 01. Hobbs. feature glare-proof RCA High Fidelity' '
It*'* Barbecue did not com tin. Immokalee Fla., was the Color' Tube, alkhinntl VHF and UHF
der the law because it doe not warmest place In the nation tuning improved 2S,000-volt (factory -r
with 88.Nmtly. adjusted) Color Chasm with Auto.Instic -
engage In Interstate commerce. Color Purifier, powerful New
The Supreme Court overturned Vista Tuners, stiticlrt "Golden a: r Sf!
this decision. per vent: ..I( Hondur.i' Throat'" riot SOUnd. '
The restaurant owner, Ollle population! i* meintoi, of mined S 2 9.9 S
McClung, said he was sorry that Spanish and Indian hlt>nd.
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