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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 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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r- over the use of I new Cmnmuniry T

I Center SB MM to be

11 I about ironed O\It. following a
.. .. --- meeting last night between a FRIDAY DECEMBER 18, 1964 10 PAGES 10 CENTS 41it YEAR NUMBER 104
\ I In oommtRee of the Jaycees;
I Julius Lesser city recreation

tUrv u\ 01 II III. II I directory members.of the City PKY LIBRARY

--- -. Recreation, and the Advisory executive committee boardof Bid Opening Set For Jan. 4 of FLA, HISTORY ,

,,-t the Naples Jaybees, a youth
organization sponsored by the


I 1 Jaycees.The followed Joint. a Advisory meeting meeting Board of last the night held Recreation Judge Says 'Take' land


I'j earlier In the evening after a

j conference during the morning

between Henry Caballero,
I TilE ABOVE MAP, taken from tu) 1961 annual chairman of the Jaycee committee -

report of Central and Southern Florida Flood Con- wlthJ ohn Cowles,chatr.

trol District, shows canal ( within dot pattern) man of the RecreatlonCommlttee. -
which is indicated as "remaining \\oik." Indicatedby For Alligator Alley'tr
an xxxxx line (is the approximate route of "Alligator The hassle had developedover

Alley," which will be cut bv the proposed a request of the Jaybees!

canal. for a dance to be held the

night after Christmas In the
Recreation Center which had ,' r.i.' '. Clrtuit J\kip Lynn Gerald thU
.
'r morning signal an order of tak
been refused because oft policy ,
'
/LA In the Cvtrfladea Parkway
till
Planned ,
Appeal the Teen Club
to permit only
I cundomnalion suit, and title toW
t group sponsored by the Recreation Und Involved in the lltlfi.

Department to hold the thereby was tranar.rr d to
teen age dances In the build j/ the scats(
Flood Control ing. This was followed by aw.rm
discussion at Wednes The\ Stive's action was the lat-
eat In a aerlea tt rapld-flre
day's City Council meeting andagain eMaev iluv l>n>in.iiti which will eulml.
Suit Dismissed Wednesday night at the 1'l l V a Sate In a scheduled January 4

Naples Jaycee meeting. > bid opening for the last 40 miles
Feeling that the policy was of the 'g.mil, twoJjui toll road
discriminatory. the Jaycees ewe. oars MttNt train, Napl n to Fort Laud.rdale.
appointed a committee to look
Odom Littler construction already
Judge
By
into the
matter. are all ;fl! mlUa In Browardi
"uniand," nearly II miles In
Circuit Judge Archie Odom Collier County Is not included "PROPER USE" KEY t a ollitr ounty, ilrvtchlnf wcat*
yesterday afternoon granted a in the 18-county flood dis- In opening the meeting last ward from Stale' Rowel 29 Con
night Chairman Cowtes explained dpiniiatlon, action was r.gtdrelto
motion to dismiss a condemnation trict. Nonetheless district
that the Advisory Com uKaln right,,d.way for the pore
suit brought by the Cen- lawyer Robert Grafton argued Inf" 1
their turn (rom 8H29 to the aaattrn
had been
mittee exploring
tral and Southern Florida Flood the law permitted the district'sgoverning
In the matter of the use !ely line, and. for the a.|.
District land- board do flood way
Control against to control meat east from 8R 931.
and that suing
of the new building .
owners In Collier County's work in Collier County. 898 imor ctlim ((the toll road's
the desire was that
northeastern corner The district's boundaries"are paramount western trmlnuatolhdnll| *
The Judge's ruling delayed' simply taxing boundaries the building be used widely under osniwn now being tiUlt.

for the time being. plans of ," Grafton maintained.The proper sponsorship supervision. The :apart of appraisers John

the flood district to build a attorneys gave varying interpretations R WiKi Naples and James
I' 400-foot canal across that corner to the statute setting "We want"you boys to use C 11 0 aihmton 1 was. Sled *ar.
Judge Odom dismissedthe forth the flood district's the building he told the group tin' tinw:: *. TIle appraisers
suit with prejudice so the powers because tondrys" col- "and have no desire to keep w., < appointed by Jinlg GrIn .
flood district's attorneys can league Norwood Strayhoro you out." He then explainedthat hit month in place values

appeal the ruling to a higher pointed out, "It is an ambiguous the Recreation Advisory rrr w ill Uputd rtCht"III.wa
Board had reviewed Its policy
court. statute.
Judge Odom's ruling carriiIt Complicating the legal discussion and had unanimously agreed to BUY CANDY CANES for th" 11" ii-n" thl'I) .m.\ VALyP7g, DOWN I.
the conclusion of an hour.s was the fact that there recommend to the City Council to jovfr dour >f9.wIY! and hflp equipCnnd)' (>ia l'arkufme1ItN .kuUu; *. w ,I'IPpl rIO. 4U>AH4NMjr Jw... R. Ad. .....

!.... long hearing In the, circuit were ntf previous Florida cases thartr adopt a'policy which lea of Mri Peggy 5)51k)', JU lot Woman's rlul rhnlrmai. of the! perk pro the ants rrtd) this morninf hat.

courtroom at the government in point. Lawyers cited court will permit the use of the building ject. Participating youth groups assisting Sir J *, HaJlev hi raining fund for appuehesrs'veIuathmsgensr'ally .r. lower than the valuation

center. Lawyers, county officials decisions from other states and by those who accept the the project are represented here From l lift. Joe IVIwiiiil, prculdont Inli-r- MM If the county and flat Road
and newsmen swelledthe some Florida cases relating to conditions laid down by the Recreation act Club: Joe Stmitt, Interact committee member<< ; lilrkl Jnlinnon ticpresi Uipartmont when they Mlxl! eon.

number of spectators to the general question of powers department provided dent of Naples Jaybeei ; Richard Woodruff, president of Key Club : Mn. mnallon pror**
20. of special taxing districts. thatt Bailey, and Henry Caballero Naples Jaycee lwar l niMm-r" to the Naples Thla pr<* My wtU result In
of alcoholic
No
1. drinking Jay been. (NKWR photo' ) ot
many owners dlipitfed parcels
be In the
permitted
beverages
THE PRIME ISSUE wxtltec out of eourt at
At Issue was whether die building and that no one be
the elMlfMy ltD prices, Adams
flood control district had the Weather OutlookFair admitted who has been drink Indleil*!. There art stand SO

legal authority to condemn land ing. In Circuit Court parrel Involved but fewer than
outside its boundaries.. Attorney and mild thin afternoonand 2. No smoking be permitted thta number will come to (trial,
Lloyd Hendry representing tonight. Low tonight I. in the building. eourtittMIM (4>.*rvri prdictd.
60ib Saturday partly cloudy\ 3. The usual standards of
the Collier Interests, prin-
Tu'1 value! of d'lIputed' parcels
cipal owners of the land In and not quilt a warm. tilth good conduct be observed. Fails To la $34SH, It waa brought out Ihla
Appear
:. I question argued that statutes In upper 70*. Variable elude 4. All teen age dances be Attorney ; morntflf A check from Talla.haa .
did not allow the district to ft I. IS mils an hour ,bfronvIng between the hours of 7,30 and: .*, covering that amount plus

reach out beyond Its boundaries north .. northeast hy Sat'rdajr Ili30 pjn. 10 pr cent plus ..>praINu'f.
afternoon. 5. Any profits from t dance .*a, I* scheduled to be flown I
be donated either to a civic Mrs. Scott Case PostponedArraignment hr today and placed tilt r.-
organization or to a charitable latrjf nI the rant,

Inquiring Reporter: project DM (arm* andadvrllamnt

6. All teen age dances haveat of Helen Aids- Johnson, 10, and James. C.W1Ilted. aggravated assault, fwd was prepared In advance, for the tollr.Id'a

I least four or more adults costs Scott on two counts of IT, pleaded not guilty set si Jl.OOO. malnUif conairiiciiaa I
What Do You Want From Santa? from the sponsoring organization work will tm milled out or dl. !
and that all manslaughter postponed for to grand larceny. Danny Lee J.muW. Cooper, IT, charged Uvrd within tile .Mil few day, !
to supervise be before st least another month by Circuit I Johnson 17, pleaded not guilty with grand larceny, pleaded to comply" with all legal r*<|ulr*>
chaperones present Judge Lynn Gerald this to .1d1.l1111 concealing stolen nor guilty and U to be represented mesas' II ear lndl" .d.
the dance opens and until It morning. property<< The county' public by the public. defender I

closes. Mrs Scon's lawyer, DavidE. defender/ John Emerson was flood was set at fMO, A January, 4 Wd, .opening will
allow ulcinf 0 Puns Dry.
All for of
7. use
requests
Ward of Tampa was notified appointed to represent them. the. lime as for James Robert '
ant I.> roalit hU ambition ul
the be made in
writ-
building by mail today's arraignment Emerson also was appointed Kays.r,a lao cha rged with f rand having all Cvnla Faraway
Ing by the sponsoring organ- assistant state's attorney to represent i'rudendo C.ma- larceny, and who has faen out rot,elrucurn work tuxtor contract

JR ization. George Vega told the Judge. cho Samlaafc, who entered a tmf"r tI, yard haves office Jan.
o err aRVffitLL 8. The sponsoring groupbe Due Ward ruled to show not-guilty pUa on a ch.raof (f;. tUutd M ,>f. 1) oair "
financially responsible for "1 can,Ive you another month

any damage to the building. to get your lawyer hen" the ,..
9. A fee of $25.00 be charged
Arraignments -
Judge told Mrs Scott.
for cleaning the building ordinarily are held S
.
> EXCEPTION MADE here once a month. ;tI'1"nrrrrt..ES vf
"I want to get this over' with
This Recreation Director -
morning and get out of Jail," Mrs. Scott
Lesser adrUed Caballero
.h responded. Vega said 'I. want
that he had taken the matter -
the record to show the state
of the dance
up Jaycee ls not to blame for this situation -
with City Manager Vila Wood f
(the delay). r
and announced that in view of
Mrs. Scott: was charged: with
the of the opinion
unanimity
manslaughter after" allegedly
on the matter by the Advisory 4 l
1 ran down t vacationing New
Board an exception: win be
VlCWS K1CHOL8SM York couple Mr. and Mrs
MACCE
made from the existing ruling
Gate School Thomas J. Hunter, with her
Sea Cat School
since the Council will DOC be .t
.1 would like for Santa to automobile Vanderbilt Beach ,
'P1.**., Santa, bring m* a and on
until January will
meeting
brine rue a Nancy Mars doll. football sutt.Shadowlaw.- last month.
DOC have opportunity to act on
the new recommendations.. At
OTHER CASE
w' wr a result !tie Jaybees will be
we Harold B. Park s (4-year-
permitted to have ue of the -
for the Post-Christ- old chef entered I gully plea r 14141'rc
+"ehews building to forgery and was .sentenced m1114
mas dutch tf they comply with
three years In heausy Jail.
the regulations. Park was said! to have forged t '
"1 must emphasize that w* C
a check for f. and cashed
want the building used, but weCeetisoed
bat a local I bank.

( page 1) Three Lee County teenagers
were released on their own re-
.. cognbanc ty <** W&: .*U

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1Jon Mart erol c Ih* maim at Tilt : tl, Pole to H'I'
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"A Palladia su ID4 hoUur "A Baby Br1.oU sad s nU IftCTJ 1.a. The MM will Add MM Iwvr f* XaM* ," 41101 Sant{: "but' I I" till'" to uk .. ,. tutu and Jill'i In walt until

sad. a .*. bteyel." _.. box." be tint ajaia tt Ihll ,... 144 MM beer. Na">' Bay BrM*. nut ('hrl4tmu: i \l WS photo)

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples Fl... Fridoy. December II .1964 .a ,,

Folk Singing, :Ji;
:1Ta
Dance Used In .mmokalee

Harbor BY MRS. W. M.
--'a .......
Worship Service eIMIAaR,
of secretary Mri.Bobby Roberts
t The Woman's Society
Bow Line LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) Christian Service of the First treasurer and Mrs. Ruth Kennedy -
R Can ultar.itrummlnc folk 'In(. Methodist Church held Its finance chairman. Others
ers and dancers In black too- Christmas party at the church attending were Mesdames Roland

BY NOMIC ROGERS taros Christ?convey the message of Monday night. The title of the Gettys Kenneth Glldden.
Jack Haley WoH.Sherrod.Mel-
Phone MI2.3G34Gee was "Christmas In
A group at the Louisville program
and Frank
Presbyterlm Theological Serai.mry Sacred Musk", and was eon vln Judd Warmer
-Our picture in the paper area weren't so bad. The bread thinks so. ducted by Mrs W.E. Newsonw. The January meeting will be
and everything. Well, fruit trees were loaded with I Folk singing, modern dance Plans were made for the annual held at the home of Mrs !Ken
here's the rest of the story loves of bread. iiifi individual I and choral read. dinner forcoUepstUdentl Glidden.
on the trip. If you want the The natives were very friendly. ings all art part of an expert an? those In service to be held Mrs. Robert Cooper went to
first Installment go to Collier and even the burros were mental worship service devel. at the church December 29. Sarasota Sunday to attend to
County News and ask for cute. But then the sun came ,)ped at the seminary This dinner Is not Just for those business there. She left
Friday's paper Dec llth. out, the breeee went away and The participants wrote muchof of the Methodist faith but others "Poppa" home to tend their
.. the and most of the
dialogue
that hill got steeper. A\ the also Circle C meat shop.
Tuesday soon after lunch end of the third quarter, we Mc W y nr bone music and, played flute. on organ trom. Mri. George McKav and Mrs.
w. arrived at Ocho Rios Jamaica would NEW WAREHOUSE
were all very sure we At one point a seminary stu. Jim Glidden were hostessesand
When our cruise director feel We Announcement was made this
never 39 again. were dent wearing a lettered sweater the group exchanged gifts.
gave us all the infor- about to call It quits When a j p runes into the center of the Others attending were Mesdames week by Fred Guerndt that an
mation about what to do and nice lady assured us, it waa sanctuary, throws his books on l where to go while ashore he Just around the bend. 1 must the floor and cries, "0, Cod, Henry Grant J.R. Marts Sam opened by his company. Flag
said we were very lucky as admit that fourth and final quart sometimes I wonder how It Is Shaw Cecil Howell.1ohnJump. Suphur! and Chemical Co., of
we would be able to dock at ter was done In slow motion. :LCemr j possible anything of meaning Merle Ashley Richard Howe. Tampa on New Market Roadat

the pier. It seems that many I will also admit that the can happen He goes Into ananguished W.M.Litt lef kid,LJ.Williams. Vernon Roberts' watermel-
on
times there Is another boat In Pineapple Place was well worthit LIVE I DE M 0 N S T R A T I ION Two nuns ttrum gi,itin whilt others join in thevoe.Izlnll God to deliver soliloquy him calling from his Elizabeth Routt and Sam Heath. Ion shed. The location Is on
and there being room for only all. I promise you one The Junior Girl Scouts un- a temporary basis and will be
,
meaningless state.
feature it txhibi
during a hootenanny in Lounvillo Ky Songfest Wit a an
one ship at a time they some thing though next time anyone black skirt derthe Mrs.Joyce managed by Bob Peters. Lateron
A dancer In a overher leadership
lion of rillgleui vocation In order to display some of the vofitd activities of the erdtrt
times had to anchor off shore. tells me It's only a quart black leotards depicts the Sholts and Mrs. Carmen Sin the company plans to builda
When that happened all the ter mile I aim to find out, struggle to take up the Cross, gletary honored Mrs. Holly new building to house the
passengers had to go ashore how many??? followed by the Joy of this Spooner with a farewell party business. Primary products
In small boats. One thing you may be sure Is a huge boxlte mine,for making of trip new week I promise. The bulletin board tells us achievement. Tuesday afternoon at the Lion- distributed by the company will
Frank also told us that Instead of, we took a bus back to the aluminum I believe. That Please don't leave 'cause there there will be another potluck Dr. John Salmon a biblical Den. Mrs. Spooner has been be insecticides fungicides
of being able to stay in ship. The show was great- was why the ore freighters had will be a few funnies in It, dinner this Saturday evening. languages professor explainedthat very active In helping the JunIor herbicides and at a later date
port that evening to see the wonderful Limbo dancers acrobats dibs on docking, so passenger honest. It also tells me I am on the this particular program Troop and this party was fertilizer.
show they had planned for us, and one act 1 am ships had to clear the pier meat committee. Ylpesl was written to be presented to In appreciation for her help. Plans for the first junior
we would have to be back on sure--not many of us had ever U one came in. Also the LOCAL NEWS Everyone in the park onChrlst- young people and of Its emphasisIs He She received lovely gifts. rodeo are shaping up very well.
on problems youth. many
board early as there was seen before. Me was Introduced money there is in English currency New folks in the park are mas will enjoy another turkey added, however that the same Approximately 40 people at Saddle Club President, Johnny
another ship coming In for a as The Crab Man and he sure like one shilling Is 14 Mrs. Llnr.ea Gordon and dinner. The turkeys will againbe general format could be used tended. Jump reported this week.

load of ore and we would leave weal I Ho would sit on the cents and seven shillings are daughter Arllne, from New furnished by the managementof for services for any age group. Mr. and Mrs Joe Townsendand The event which will take
for Kingston. However we still floor pull his knees up to his one dollar. Alright so YOU Hampshire also H. C. Beaver our lovely mobile home hart While a student at Princeton children Cherry. Keith and place January 1-2.1.1 attract
saw the show. They had them chest thendropthemsldeways. knew its Bet there are others from Georgia. The park Is bor. Isn't it nice? One thingI Theological Seminary Salmon Darrel Lancaster of Alachua ing many entries in all events
brought out to the ship just Put his hands down between his like me. that didn't and I want beginning to sparkle with outside have always agreed with Fort worked with developing worship spent the weekend with Mr. and and there is little doubt about
before we sailed (More about feet then actually scuttle backwards they should be In on It too, OK? Christmas decorations It Myerst Tls a pleasure to services based on plays Mrs. Walker Sholts and Mr. the enthusiasm of the young
them later Let's ashore. or forward looks like is after live In Southwest Florida." He said drama and other per.
) go sideways As we sailed for I Kingston, everyone and Mrs. Charles Lancaster of sters. Rodeo tickets will be
Instead of taking a bus or as fast as you would walk If 1 couldn't imagine there being one of the nice prizes the As I leave you for another forming arts may eventually be Felda. $1 for adults and SO cents:

taxi, a few of those agile Presbyterians not faster--sometimes Just on any more fun or excitement management give each year. week, I would like you to know used In an that occasional this would Sunday not Mrs RoUnd Walker and Mrs. for children. The American

Ken and I have brunch his hands, with his feet foldedup than we had already had but Had a nice visit from Rust ill the folks from Naples who be service acceptable, but to most congrega. Joyce Sholts honored Mrs.Hoi Legion will be In charge of

with every Sunday decided a under him. He must have we soon learned that things and Mildred Raybeck. Theyare were on the Cruise. I'll bet tlons now. Audience reaction at ley Spooner with a farewell cof the barbecue dinner which will
brisk walk was what we needed been minus a couple of verte- had Just began to warm up." expecting their children it was some kind of record the seminary he said, ranges fee Thursday morning at the be served from 11 a.m. until
and besides a fellow had braes 'cause I can't even get "Now hear this. I Just for the holidays and are as that many people from o.ieclty. from strong enthusiasm to Rome hi of Mrs. Walker Mr. each day's final event. The
told them it was only a quart my hands on the floor to start looked at the clock. 1 haveto busy as two elves They don't you? shock or distaste and Mrs. Spooner are movingto menu will consist of barbecue
of a mDe the leave after New Years to travel Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson. and the other
ter to Pineapple to commence.We Jump on my bike and round But Salmon Sarasota and will be missed ribs baked beans cole slaw
Place shopping center we had liked Ocho Rios, a very up the news here in Naples through Mexico. We will Walter Bond Jack Bros- members of the group feel It Is much. Attending werei bread and coffee each day.

tw-n told not to miss clean friendly place. Forgotto LanJ Yacht Ha rbor get typed. miss having them In the park east, William Drumheller. entirely appropriate. "ServicesIn very Mrs. W f;. Spooner Mrs. Wllla Charge for the dinners is $1.50for
Now those first two quar- tell you-down by the wharf Also one must eat, soooo rest this winter William DevErmand. Earl the medieval period" he used said dra."It Popejoy. Mrs. W.H. "toman adults and 75 cents for
ma and dance,
Frlisch, Frances Hill Charles wasnt until the Puritan period Mrs. B.C. Roan Mrs. Joe children. Friday night, January -
Holton Alan Halg Rudolph Hog- that it became inappropriate." Brown, Mrs. Charles Andersonand 1, an old-tashloned square
lund. Harold Hulpleu Robert Mrs. Russel Kaiser dance will be held at the Rinky

Pleclty, J. K. Rogers Herbert Mrs. Buck Garrett Mrs. Dink Skating Rink with the Sad-

Roth rock, James Selvert. Man- Christmas Betty House and Mr. and Mrs. dle Club In charge of the event.
CorJia/ 8nvifcJ ley Smith Charles Schubert. Busy Walter Garrett were In Miami The Dillon Thomas Band has
YO" :rre yY Lloyd Uhl, George Van Wyck. Saturday Christmas shopping. been engaged for the dance
L.A. Welch Lester Wise and Schedule Ahead which will be from 8 p.m. to

the following guess Mr. and BETA PARTY 12 midnight. Admission price

Mrs. Charles Wlggens, from For Methodists The Beta Club will host a Is $I each.

Richards Roofing Service ttc"J C h urc/ Haddonfleld. N.J.j the Richard Christmas party for the High Mrs. Jump said the new
to t music will be provsed .
Pew Mt ISIS) N.rw ) c Shaughnessys and the El rl Bob- Christmas Choirat school students this afternoonat bleacher seats have been Installed
bits, from Fort Myerst Marlon by the Children's the gym. The home economics and two new concession
Serviceof
Sunshine Hardware Buchanan and Helen Whltfleld. the the First 11 a.m.Methodist Sunday Church. girls will bake the cookIes stands have been built with
Your Cotnploto Hardware Horo"Til from Banta Springs. service for the All concrete floors.
At the Sunday evening party. parentsare
Mi Ave. a-
Cl beginning at 730, the Chancel Invited to attend. The Saddle Club Is having a

Naples Rex ll Store f' 4 our 'OICr. ., i11II i\" Choir will present the cantata Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hunter Christmas pa rty Thu rsday night

set A,.. a..' "Born A King" and daughter Cindy of Naples at Michael's Restaurant
The W.S,C.8 will meet In the were the guests of his mother
The B.nk'of Naples PresbyteriansStart sanctuary on Monday evening, Mrs.Mable Hunter Tuesday, SHOWER
"Orowlne with' No,loo oiwlCrillw These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church Second December art, at 8 p.m. The Among those shopping In Fort Miss JudyGreer.bride-elect
aimo IMt"Momkor will be a Christmas
County f.D I CHartley' and Community by the Following! LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. Service SundayA devotional meeting program by Alice A. Myers Saturday were Mrs.Ma- of Ted Roebuck, was honored
Days, Esther Mary Fuller, Char ble Hunter Mrs.Jeannlne Paul with a shower given by the wo-
Variety Store sign of the seasonal growth lotte Wamble, Virginia Moore Mrs. Marge Bunker and Mrs. men of the First Methodist
M Ntortk ..,.... ...... of Naples population comes wit and the Children's choir Betty Anderson.Mrs. Church Saturday night In Fel
v Cathy loves to answer the phone, even the announcement by the Rev The Methodist Men will have Addlne Lancaster Is no lowship hall. The color schemeof
Bob's Pastry Shop though the calls aren't for her. John W. :Stump pastor Of the their meeting at 6:30 p.m. Des longer working at the ByRlte pink and white was carriedout
Sit. Ml .... N.. Ml M7UTrooh You can imagine how thrilling this moment First Presbyterian Church of Naples ember SUM, at Fellowship Hall. grocer. She Is now employedat In the decorations. The
..... Oootfo Daily was. There was really a call for Cathy. that starting Sunday, De On the night of December 23rd Immokalee Fashions. gift table was overlaid with a
camber 20, and continuing dur. the Sunday School Christmas par. Mrs. Mike Shannon Is home lace cloth over pink and blue.
Naples Federal Savings We watched her shining smile and listened
lag the winter season, the Pre ty will be held, taking the form of sandwiches
and Loan Association ,, to her shy awkward replies. byterlan Church will bold Iwo I of a birthday party for Jesus. after a few days In Lee Memorial Refreshments cookies and coffee were,

tM Mfc Am.. ... Ml t-MSk "That was Miss Ferring," she informed us morning worship services. All the children are requestedto Hospital. nuts,
The regular service will be a) bring money gifts wrapped Mr. and Mrs.Charles Anderson served buffet style. Those
Jim Sunoco with a Blight air of sophistication. 9:30 o'clock with a second service In white paper. These will be Mr. and Mrs. Don Lander attending we ret Miss Paula
Lifetime Ouoromoeo' M Nl.n "And who in the world is Miss FerringT" at 11 o 'clock la the morning sent to the Children's Home to and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Long- Odom. Miss Evelyn Newsome,
Ml I4UI or I44rt Noploe, PI. we asked. as has been the custom lot buy a child a special gift for mire attended a dinner and a Miss Elizabeth Roun Mesdames -
Wo Give Sleet ."Oh she's my Sunday School teacher. I a number of yare Rev Stuntf Christmas. A birthday cake and bridge party Saturday night at Charlie O'Quln Vaughn Sin-

Naples Coin Laundry JI thought you knew-" will preach at both services refeshments will be served. the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe glet a ry, W.M.Littlef eld,Richard -
Whltesell In Naples. Mr.Long- Howe Henry Grant Merle
ScoW QIMM w.."..* a A dedicated Christian volunteer was devoting
SIS Soy Wood mire and Mr. Anderson won Ashley. Howard Ray Bill New-
U.I Mwy 41 N, A Wkllmon her time and talents to the religious growth rSh prizes. some, J.R. Marts,Joel Conova
O-M .......... N. of our Cathy-and U'fI didn't even know her LJ Williams Watson Penning-
Willie Beachum Bruce Dees
W. Ho-rr, Owner 11114.C3t n ( L dance! ; and James Beachum of Gaines- ton, Harvel Chandler Roy Miller

Naples Furniture We'll remember that call. It brought us to ,, i"1 ville were the guests of Thomas and George Daniels.

SM .... Tomtom Troll our sense -and to our Church I 'to' ... .. >> Lancaster over the weekend. Those sending gifts but unable
"- fl32. ?..., Thomas took them out hunting to attend weret Miss Der-
BB Builders Specialty F 0 R. 1 'J'' tat 'CM Kii Wl' AifurCuiif Nnxc*, lite, &",obI.re, V., .' : and they reported they got a nadette Black Mesdames J A
TooN North :3jS'32
Ml I-UM .. Adams. Katherine Stanley.
Plywood Door Caddie H.**. v : > deer.Mr. Charles Black
and Mrs. Albert Carpenter.l.H.
k"'.'. Nuoovln Donor Locke ., RJgdon
..-. j ...... were visitors In Umatllli.F la., Warner Moss Abe Skinner,
tC :
Lamplighter Cafeteriaesmas.w. 11'iqrr' Ify I I :1 :1:1 over the weekend Curtis Massey Don McHenry.

U.'. 41 ... 1 11'11'11 ,1:2 :1f1 Pascal Junior Bryant and Gene Rhodes John Jump and
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01 4-C-nwf* No-ioo, ,It. 1 .. 11 11 .... J daughter Linda of Lakeland George McKay.

C A. Anderson as 2 1:11 spent the weekend In ImmoVa-
hearsay t SJntorlorPouitlns ; 11111 212 N! y \ lee with his parents Mr. and

OooorolmsWollooorlns Yx! lid j. t Mrs. Pascal Bryant.
1
!: rU1 T.1't.: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Washington Only A Clerk
Paw Ml I4JM P.O. ... liftMarathon SY 11 u111r ; ; of Sunnlland are the proud ,
".ptee, 1eriII. 11:111111: I !
parents of a 1 pound 3 ounce
Dredging Corp "III 11E: ilea y9 ?; 1111 1 ncj; baby boy. He has been named But Died Worth

.. Jti'A Keith Allen.
u." CofMtrurttofl ant
land o.v.III WoUoT'fKNWo ft = ] 13 kD Rev Sellers of the Churchof Million Dollars
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a ,,, God says the revival will
... t f'4i M <" continue through this week and HARTFORD, Conn. CAP) -
Trail Builders Supply J..t .i" In half he never rose
a century
a' aaa -.J ..:. .. everyone Is invited but
Company above a clerk's position,
IIr.JP: Bernard S. Carleton died a mil.liooalre. .
Nooo*. ,..... aft GIFT FROM STUDENT .

Wear Coast Furniture BIBLE HOUSE Adjacent to the Lincoln Center for the Immokalee high school teacher Carleton who died la June at
c-_. l'a.ria' Performing Arts will' be this new Bible House. to be occupied Bobby Fowler was presented 91, left an estate 01'1,14'7.14'7.
li 11II A... ... ...-..., Plo X11 by the American Bible Society early In 196A A unique beautiful stadium blanket according to the Inventory ad.
u feature will be a 100.000-\olum library of versions of one Imprinted with the"Immo- inttted to probate this week.
Owlet R. LeBuff S' 'V 1 book--the Bible The 12story building will be the first kalee todtins" symbol) by the As one of an army of clerks
Cabinet Shop I major building New York City to be constructed of struc- student body Thursday morning who worked for the Aetna Lib
DoloU c:........ P,, ".,.It J"a tural precast sections. In the hjh( school auditor Insurance C-x, Call-too never
AMI-AM. "....uct_ a turn The blanket was presented made much la salary.
M t. IL a*. MI lieu ear 4 In appreciation of three years "We lived on what we could

Van Der Veer 1i'.Readth Want AdsAn service football by coach.Mr. Fowler as their M afford, "ami," said then his saved widow.what Grace was,

Music' Center .., Howel left o''er."
CwD-Mo iMlractloDotwrlmo4 Mr. and Mrs. Henry In the main the leftover cash
M oar laerem..rl have moved from the trailer went Into Aetna stock and
IMf IT MUSIC OPT h A park to Bunker Hill. after
stayed there decade
tut Mk at. N. MI' 1-em too a.**... .....'.. The Seminole Club held its decade'A :
CoMIMiK* Tk. %***.i C, Ifr M AMA
Mo e-... kbM.s tfc. Christmas party Monday night friend told Urn to put tt
at fhe home of Mrs. R>. Roberts a.ty ,and torn* about R," Mrs
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Tb esday Friday Saturday GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH which was decorated torn* Cin-tMsald.: 1'! t
Naples Laundry & 1 Samuel Isaiah Jeremiah John s Romans Tb saalontans Christmas theme. R fresh- According to the inventory,
66:1736 53:1.5 10:1.1 la' 21 10:11.15 s s-ta "MODERN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS COMPARED
Ckaneri Inc. 5:2.14 : Mrs. mat of CarMoa's eetat con.
114 menu wire served by
.. WITH FUNDAMENTAL: CHRISTIAN DOCTEINES11 listed of 4.000 shares of Aataa
teat M A o. MI 5 Roberts and me group exchanged
stock valued at aadZ .
$777.000, ,
a
Ono Day '- Avoiloklo' The well was
KTtJMEMC 'LIMMom gifts. wishing (M share* of Hartford Fire tvsvaace
I won by Mrs Jos Brown Eire"don Co. stock, valued at
t ,"t Vnft*. II,a* A MM of officers was held and $ O'r.C21.CutIIoa.
G.i tetd Reed e" U.> L 41 Mrs. Fred Worth was elected started oat wick Act.
OM MJ EM ef The Ceealy Ce rtISw president Mrs. O.W.Hancock aa ta the ud.IISOe writing poll

vice president Mrsjoe Bran ties M Ioecfa.II4.s .


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Report Bertolami Takes Peek Ahead Blind 17 Years, COLLIE COUNTY NEWS, N.,,IM, H., ,",,-yo D...-nb, II, ,IH4 3 I


ADMSStONS
Hits Her Head
12-$ Norma Faye Stoner ,


Dew Bogus Lam,, Dente GMIM Plrler.Snyder. At Hospital Auxiliary Meet Regains SightDALLAS

13-lDi Mable S......
Grady. Blaokmao. Edna May (AP) FrlM* bra.
Crou, Louts Mooaer. Edwin closed Thursday that a blM.
EggtenonHormMFayeseener. woman hat regained her vasalter ..I
IT years, apparently fro ale
12-lij Carolyn Howard.Virginia
bumping her head on a clljllboard
Rtohl, Marion Wright door

Fred: Larry, Luther Wofford. The woman, declining to tx +wI .

12-12: Bishop Balky 1. quoted by ..arot, told a HUM .
Frances Slaughter, David Times Herald reporter
Repast, Sanford Phillips ,9 1 feel that It Is a flit Amen
Marion Sorensen Georgina God and I do not want tt Pro. .

Smedberg, James McLees clued R la a rift which mltJM tx.

Byron Scanlln Mabel Brown. taken 12-lSj Friends gave this account
Patty
Donnelly.
In her SOc,
The woman,
Herman
Miller Raymond Du
i
stooped to pick something cC!
laney Eleanore Champion ., .i Ir the floor while doing housework,m
Julie Chesser. John Peek. rOM and bawd her head thar.
William Barnett. ply against the open cupboard I

12-14j Marjorie Davis. w'i ., door. II
Bonnie Conine. Denice Myers. h r / She cried out. A daughter next I

Paul Folsom, Dailey Lynch t door heard the cry via their Intercom ,
James Martin, Uela Brewer, system and ran to laves,
Julia Farabee. tlgate, atUl clutehtnf a can a I
cleanser In one hand.
"What a pretty CM," th I
DISCHARGES sad UMTORt 'no' %' *''IIISTOSfr; .IId \f"" C"orp;
mother remarked and both
12-9t William Kaverman denlv realized she Could e* ""I lam.k -prill"! !,I ,, f, \I ..I..r. rrlll"| m,! a' Ihr "jC.wat.t:

Donald Miller. Maria Morgan. ac tn. Hwnh 'I'Mrhtlrll'| ( II,.irl i.fm. relur.mg: I" the nmion'ii

Faye Stoner Since lain( sight, the woman I \'Arllal! nhiii Mr lurr.k la a runnmi.mrr' I for thr I!.8.
12-lOj Christine Dtlllngham had learned to read Braille anhad d I l-uoil and l Drug A.lnntil' r.t lU.n.
IreneSattedkld,JamesGUlu* adjusted !o. Urine alone and I
pie.Sara Taylor and baby girl. laauiK are at herself. one wiatoiml

William Johnson. Karen Whld- ( to five up teaching mu.
,
den and baby girl. waf aii. Numbers Game Key Factor
An eve specialist said there
12-lls George Snyder,HelenE
w.u no way of determining I
David Lane Flora
Hall.
whether blindness might return
Norma Faye Stoner and baby r "These things do sometimeshapiwn In Guarding Blood 'Push'You've
girl. / f ) ," he said. "I oannot tell
12-12: Dennis Parker. you how long It will last."

Charles raham,Liela Brewer --- --- seen and heard people the likelihood of a heart attack
Mary Dempsey Edwin Eggle- play the number game with their within the llXyear period And
ston, John Mulqueen. Armon ABOVE : Part of the large blond pressure One woman says, vice versa the lower the blood
Morgan Columbus Bobbin group of Naples Commun Windsor Makes "14.1 time I went to the doctor pressure reading at the atari of
Laura Lozano Carolyn Howard ity Hospital auxiliary my blood pressure was 180,"and the study, the lower the heart

and baby girl. members and their guests 1N her friend repUea"Mtne was attack' rlall.
y Good Recovery 170." Like people trying to keep
12-13i Elvln Kirby, James who attended the auxili.ary'
I up with the joneset or surpass POINT B CLEAR
McLees, Hannah Setzer Bishop annual Christmas
.. them One aim of the Florida The meaaag la ciear reducing
Bailey Frances Slaughter and Luncheon at the Beach After Surgery Heart AaaocUllon Is to help per'. blood pressure when It It high

baby girl B'ronScanltn.Mabel Club yesteiday pie understand what high blood should, hopefully lessen the risk

Brown. BELOW : At the speaker's HOUSTON Tex. (AP) The preaiure Is, so that, rather than of heart altac.
12-14j Louise Mooser table (I to r) ; Mrs. Richard '. Duke of Windsor, making anexcellent J Jest about or Ignore the conill. Research has given our phy.

Georgina Smedberg,Julia Pollard Pittman, Mrs, Richard '\ rorinrery from arterial tin, or worry needlessly they slclans new ways to diagnose
t! surgery, was expected to leave will seek help before serious and evaluate hypertension and
Marjorie Davis and baby Pittman, Mrs. II. Milton
his hospital bed today for the damage la done new drugs to treat the condition,
Link Mrs. William Gracely
girl. : first time since his operation In the first place everyone Between IJ50 and IDOl, the death
luncheon chairman ; J "It is expected he will be out should know that the doctor re. rate among mkldle ged men and
BIRTHS Joseph G. Bertolaml, hospital "" ,jf bed for short times," a ho |il.tal cords blood pressure at two num. women due to high blood pr...
12-9t Mr. and Mrs. Earl administrator ; Mrs.A. advisory said bent: 160.100 or I70>93,for exam sure and related heart disease
Lewis Taylor baby girl.1210t R. Staley, auxiliary i- The duchess has spent mont of pie. The larger number Indicate i declined more than SO percent In
Mr, and Mrs. George president ; Mrs E. P. Ever > her time at his bedside and said lie preaaure exerted by the blood this i country But there are Kill
Bembury Stoner baby girl. hard ; Mrs. Henry Watkins she "did not plan to leave the against the artery walls at the i many more people who could be
12-lli, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jr. ; Mrs. George hospital until he Is well along In moment the heart contract to |helped, It only they had regular
Lee Howard Ms convalescent period." force the bead Into the trterlet. ]physical examinations and care.
baby girl.
Weaver
and Mrs. John
; \ She made the comment In a The lower number Indicates the i fully followed their doctor's In.
12-12i, Mr.and Mrs.Wflliam
r Summerlin. i statement released by Method.1st pressure In the arteries between i struct Ions Are you oneolth.m'
Dayton Slaughter baby girl. (Photos by McGrath) Hospital.Th.74yesr. heart beat, Doth figures are .
12-ldi Mr. and Mrs. Willie .(>1d former king of Important; both are conaldered
Lee Davis baby girl Mr. and Looking into the crystal ball England was operated on separately| t and In combination by
Mrs. Donald Leroy Chesser of the future Joseph G. Berto Wednesday for he( removal of the doctor during his evaluation

baby boys Mr. and Mrs. George lamb, Naples Community Hospital /o' I an aneurytm or ballooning Than too, while the height of the"loud

Stephen Corzine baby girl; administrator yester- about the aorta, the major Hood .... pr..ur.l. Import ant,too,
Mr. and Mrs. James Albert day envisioned as possibilitiesfor ana allilh. body according to specialists In the

Day,- baby boy Mr. and the rapidly growing localhospitaf'complex : Dr. Michael DeDakey, a ear.llovaacular Held
Mrs. Alfred Lee Farabee **a school of OMENRoyalty surgeon, removed
baby girl. practical nursing, Involving affiliation MARGARET SCHLERPPhen v blister the site of a "Urge TIME: ACTOR
with Lee Memorial gr efrult" and replaced the One of these other factors Is
Hospital in Fort Myers and Ml 2 2107 damaged (Issue with a synthetic i itulie the length of time the pressure
!has remained elevated. Mont
Edison Junior College by
LBJ Tonight 1968." The operation, similar to i Important of all, perhaps, Is the It t
three others he performed later ability of the blood vessels In
Speaking to the hospital auxiliary Kentucky Club that day, tottk 17 minutes withstand the strain of a blood

Lights Nation's Christmas luncheon at To AttendPresentation The duke remained on Intra. pressure: that remains high over a J
:
the Beach Club he went further Meets( Sunday venous feeding today after hat. |long period of time
to set a possible goal of Ing tipped a "'1111II tea," hit U unchecked, peralatent high
Christmas Tree 1970 for the establishment ofa The Naples Kentucky Club will first oral refreshment since sur. I blood pressure can cause harm

WASHINGTON (AP) A resident staff with a residency Ball hold their regular monthly meet. pry I In several! wa).. The heart murt
log on Sunday December 20
,
A hospital official said the harder to force the blond
presidential nip of a switch will In General Practice, at fan Carlos Park at |pump
set 9,000 red and white lights Closer to the present Beno- Kentuckian hIOtl.m.All welcome most crltdal: period after such i through const rlcted art.rl.und,
are an iperatlon extends through i In the course of years, the added
shining on the national Christ laml stated that facilities for
to attend and
a plrnlr
bring
the I.urth' post-operative day \work may cause: the Mart to enlarge .
mae tree this evening. Marian CenterRoyalty
the practice of Urology, Oph- For lunch There will be efhangeof gurult) II'' the duke's caset I The heart can functlun t
The President and Mrs. John and gifts r
thamoloffv eye ear. nose entertainment
1 well with mild enlargement' Soda
son plan to attend the programat
the tree at 8:40 p.m. EST on and throat medicine can bepro- will attend the Presentatlon to Mrs. George F. Hamlll, of Coral enlargement progresses Ihs.
the park area behind the White vlded after the present expansion Ball at the Indian Creel!k Gables; Myrtle Alyce Verdun, heart works less efficiently and
House grounds.The program Is finished Country Club xi Miami Beach oat daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank. heart failure may result.
tree It the center of the Bids on the first stage of the December 29th when Ureuli:a lyn E Verdon, of Coral Gables; Amher serious mseqtienc

"Pageant of Peace," which In. building program are "due In" Langley, daughter of Dr, are j 1 Stefana Frances Pelaladaughter or 'ompllcatlon of hypertentioi.
eludes 50 white spruces repre. on December 23rd, he announced Mrs. Daniel D. Langley, Is presented of Dr and Mrs Ralph Francisr Is (hat accelerates.hardening of
tenting each state, sU reindeer The now-famous modelof along with eight othei! Pelala, of Fort Lauderdale; and the arteries, or atherosclerosis' I.ITTI.K: RUOKIEfollow
from the National Zoo, a ereche the changes to be made young; women, to the Bish rep! Miss Langley.i the disease process: underlying In his father's footsteps
with We-alte figures and a pit which were 16 months In the of the Miami Diocese for th The young ladles to tie pre. moil heart attacks and strtAet Tommy Harrett, nearly 2,
for yule4og burning. benefit of the Marian Center. sented, all between the ages of 18 Much of what we now know about dons dad'i cap and night
was on In the
The n.toat national tree planning, display Among the notable guests wll 1 and 21, will automatically become Kypertenalon u a risk factor In dick to pound a beat around
of the Beach Club and
comes from the Adirondack lobby be Her Royal Highness Prln.ceas members of the Junior Auxiliary ...natt.r' hat come from long hit (Baldwin, Lone Island,
received much Interested attentIon Immarulala of of the Marian Center, a school term studies In Ilk
Mountains of New York state Hapsbur)f population a home Dad 1 I. I New York-
and I. decorated with 200 gold from auxiliary members. whose father la Don Carlo., for retarded children Entire year( research project being WIle City policeman
balls Ultimately pan of the pretender to the throne CSp aid proceeds of the Ball will alto be Purled! 'In Framinghsm Naas,fur
The executive mansion al. building will be six stories and Her Royal Highness Pith l donated to Marian Center. iiarapte, KlentletsnivebeenfoU
shines with the decora cess Maria Antonia of Braganta Lester Lame and his orchestra lowing 1,000 men and women aged
ready
lions of Christmas and the high.DESCRIBES FEATURES who la the daughter of the 1.... will play for the Presentation Ballto 1 I0 I tt who had no apparent heart cw.> U4 ......

Johnsons have had two holiday Bertolaml also described King of Portugal, which approximately 100 i t. t t ftaeaae when the project began In thin Aerae .. Mtekiev" .,I1MARCHSLAND
receptions and plan three more Interior features Both Princesses are attendtni r guests have been Invited. .ep I HD.50.11. -
before they leave to spend some of the the Ball as guests of Barnes I .. at the end of 10
Christmas at their Texas ranch. of the new additions which are Peggy de Grlperiberg, who U 1 Find $350,000 r w pearl' showed, that an Individual'srlak (
i Their official greetings alto the result of the latest In thinking welUcnown in Florida as weUas of heart altars varied ar.

are beginning to go out In the In modem hospital con International social circles Cash In Drawers lording to the height if his orber $77! PER: ACRE
; ,
I mall. The greeting cards bear a struction. They "W Include Mrs Maytag MeCahlll, chairman blood pressure at the begin,
; black and while etching of the the Installation of a pneumatictube of the Presentation Ball,, Shelves In houseCIUMDEHSBIIRG ling of the study The higher 0f let illS H.eH. Me.Ul .

White House with the two oaks system to lighten the bur- also announce that since ttw| Pa. (AP) he blood pressure, the greater 14UJ

planted by the Johnsons this den of hospital administrators guest list is extremely' limited When Jennie W. Eden: a 78.mroJd 1_
reservations will close on t ea.. THIS TOPS 'EM: ALL Man' Wood Dyehei has
year In the foreground.The and staff carpeting In some( spinster, was killed laan -
greeting Inside says, the rooms (as a result of recent day, December *(th. automobile accident tls .fh'.d th.- ultlmAtf In hnit.io, fr the Chriatmaaftason.

"With our warm wishes for a studies: which show that The girls who will be honorexl I W"'I0, friends were aware r!>'"pl.n joyous Christmas and a !happy at the Boll Include Mary Iil za. she poaaeaaed a sliatle .state.But '. t AUTOMATIC
In certain: Instances It Is more .p'I.llId a tree on (t he lop i" likely to atop TORO
new year" TIe greeting card beth Sehwari, daughter of Dr, they were surprised when ,.
-free n"rthlnt at the .
), centrally ItOfbUjr part
kept
easily g.nn
will go to officials both here and and Mrs Charles S Schwariof i, officials revealed her estate Is
pivoted windows which: ( Photo by McGrath >>>
Miami Shores
abroad. Mary Carol I I worth 12 mWIoII,'tII flJO.OOOof
Members of the White House can be washed on both sides Madden, daughter of Mr. and Mre. U found in drawers, on shelve ---- SPRINKLER SYSTEM
staff received' Thursday night from the Inside of the building Thomas J. Madden,Jr.,of Miami;I and la aaaorted hiding places "" ".. 1
larger watercolor paintings and, of particular Interest Veronica ABU Grout daughter oi t! throughout tile 10>room house at (mffifftjinc eee
from which the etching was to the women present Venetian Mr and Mr. John Frederick i Mount Alto where she bed lived Muslchausen" ;
made blinds which art sealed Inside Grout of Miami Beadlfanq<, alone since MO. The :

Inside their gifts was a scroll double glass windows buTart" Mackle, daughter nUt.and Mrs. Att,. Juha W Keller, estate
saying thai "one of our hardiest rill able to be adjusted for frank E Mackle, Jr of Miami I administrator, said Thursday .1 Z Ir y j flJLZHAUSP! :'; .'

family times was the planting of the confort of the patient. Beach,; Kathleen Mary Eberle, of F''that federal and stale Inhert. I .' proprietor '
two oaks At this ..... Benolaml was alto Bath Kathleen Mary Iberia,, lance taxes would take a ONIISo.rabl. i .. .0
when friends and families oecu.py of generous daughter nt Mr and Mrs .Julian i bite of the estate The ee eeee .
the auxi
Us .
In praise
J. Iberia, erf C >ril GaUes luaaaE
our thoughts we hope -wtu ; i balance will be divided among

this water tan color to the-passage your thoagidsmay from liary's and work cited In aiding among the other hospital Ham 111-- daughter r of Mr. and I cousin of the deceased, 11 I I BUY QUALITY and SAVE MONEY ,,

James Russell Lowell aca things their recent donation of _.M'._ .....*... O.IM -.t ** M at

year to ancient frtendsalpi adda a master addressoraph which Burger I Ir' s.e u5.. e.M.ry.', Aw"NM..... ... .,...- w ..... Im.ie%aMtnta Ma
needed.Emeru4snent .
ring at to an oak hat been badly
__ ''w' 0'.... n.. .,w. *
I Almost 1,000 members of the at the:hmcheoa 5.m.A W..f Me,
r White Hottte staff sad Exeett.tive was provided by the Late Park Tee -..... ..... a..<. .... tin a*

Office Building fined the Elementary School Choi/ under: Ieev ....- wow is -.. .... SM** .
-. .. M% I -(. jntm llMHIfM
man floor of the White House the direction George Booker.At PalaceS.V. I 5.. 5. ..s.N h..o. ..,.. .... .... Sits y

Thursday sight for the tradition: a very brief business session : I'I'il .-..{....... ....".* PI.,... Pico _.e .".. t4at
al party for the MaL The Jon. members ..-
sons received them la the Blue four new were jAriMOX C""u" I"C'A" a..MN..iarMMWe e |M .
EAST
Room for about half at how. elected to the nominating comminee. ..... n .t mediated tkeee >, r" '. diet knee yes '.<
Jut before the Preside They Includes Mrs THE TRAIL tee lilt Tke .*aNi* JNtWoo toted. ..... ae re4u'
lights tbe stloaal tree, a Benjamin! G. Satan and Mrs. .>si frew Lirr aKa? w. west to ...W eere that
congressional tree will be light. John E. Myers bo* members r..w feeiilv ran ";1 the reM.."e.ua armfli Mat rn. .
ed oa the Captor ground by of die statuary board of directors OPEN 24 HOURS I ''_ kin l abut t. create *...' STAHLHANP

.... Carl Harden, DOrtt, pres. and Mrs Michael "''De... ..",...0r......'LOW'.., :... we A... w. a hoe 'r,
Ideal pro tempore of tt* Senate. Chance aodMrs.JohnMeadori, Where tae Ceffee Is Jest THXBCstGEB i1fEaT'5e h ,. 1091 Neelet ft.Cill .-

elected from the fenera (twin.berstdp. IX TOn The Musichausen Ml 23422Hospital

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New Broom- Is U.S. Campus to Become

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1964 f (\ [ ) fI1III WMhtegt BY RAY Correspondent CROMLEY


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The Inadequacies Of MedicareWhen ,\ir l .' IKEA,
'. '. i // ..;} Two months of University of California student rallies
\
\ '- picketing and sit-ins aimed at expanding campus political

Congress convenes again, all or any nursing home services except activity bring to mind how far I've seen students go pohti-

the stops will be pulled out in an effortto where the patient has come out of a "hospital \\I"U: cally The in California some foreign demonstrations countries and the civil rights actiM

pass Medicare the scheme for pro- and goes into I hoipital-affillated ties organized by students at some schools raise the ques

viding certain medical services to everyone nursing home lion: Will U.S. campuses eventually become the political hut
in other .
have become many countries
beds universities already
drawing social security benefits "Judging by my mail, there are many ?

whether or not he wants or needs them. thousands of elderly persons in this ,

And if the bill does pass, great numbers country who believe that this Kxalled'Medtcare' r I WAS IN MEXICO CITY a number of years ago when the
/ 4tfU authorities were moving the University of Mexico from the
of people in the 65-and-over brackets will take care of all
age
program ( center of the city to the suburbs. Mexicans told me this move
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are going to be grievously disappointed. of their hospital and medical require- \ was in large part aimed at getting the students outside of the

For Medicare is nowhere near as inclusive ments. This simply is not true. Unfortun './ capital so their political effectiveness would be educed

as people seem to believe. ately, 'Medicare under Social Security'has ( could In an bar emergency.the students I was from told entering Mexican the government central city.troops As

The point was recently made by Wil- become an all-embracing slogan .',1 long as the university was in the center of town such control

bur 0. Mills, chairman of the House Ways which In my opinion has not advancedthe was practically Impossible.
The students had been held responsible for a major part
and
Means Committee which considered cause of those who need it. f
in precipitating a series of Mexican political crises
Medicare sometime ago and found it At another time. I was walking down a street in Havana,

wanting He said: "Contrary to widespread The existing Kerr-Mills law provides ik t L t S { Cuba (years before Castro), when a soldier with fixed bayonet

{ assumptions on the part of many medical aid to the needy elderly undera forced me to make a detour. Unknowingly I'd been aboutto
ifi fy 1 y ,, walk on the sidewalk In front of the university. Its students
t elderly people, the bill does not cover federal-state system. It is more comprehensive had been Involved in a series of demonstrations and political

such items as doctors' visits to the home, than Medicare and more liberal 7 II riots in which streetcars and automobiles had been over

visits to the doctors' offices, surgical in its benefits. Medicare would, we t1I turned and destroyed. The Cuban government had isolatedthe

services, drugs which elderly submit, be a disappointing cure-all if (1 campus with a ring of soldiers.In .
many Panama, it was a group of students, infiltrated by Com

people require.. private nursing services passed -bv, the.. .-! uocomlna-r--' 'if Congress.. munlsts, who set ofT the publicized Panama Canal Zone riot
( ing.

I 1 Welcome To The SunThe
I IN SAIGON RECENTLY, students rioting reportedly
played a part in forcing Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh to give up
first Issue of "The Sun," a weekly paper dedicated to the bast Interests of the presidency of South Viet Nam. Some of these students

paper, made Its appearance today. We the area. We shall of course, continue to .J told me they planned to Increase their political activity
In the years lived In Japan before World War II, the universities .
are happy to welcome the and follow this working
newcomer policy by everlastingly and colleges were hotbeds of political opposition

extend best wishes. to produce a better and more Informative despite strong efforts by the police. At one time, many ol

Several members of The Sun staff newspaper that will be of even ,/t';:;;; :} .i "n. ........._...,,:: ..>. ,' ,'. ;;, ': i_ extreme the schools nationalist had Communist student cells.groups.Many schools likewise had

are former employees of The News. Theyare greater service. I In China in World War II, I learned from Mao Tsetung'smen

good men and will do a capable job It Is not the policy of The News to tear LETTEIS that the Red leader's own political activist beginningswere

of producing the weekly. down the community by placing heavy The Best of BoyleBY NAIL' on a school campus. A sizable chunk of early Red Chinese .

Publisher Clifford Anderson Is a long- emphasis on its weaknesses, which every HAL BOYLENEW TOIDITORr"5111 THE 0 activity was among students.

time resident of Naples and, we feel certain community has but, rather, to build up NONE OF THIS IS TO IMPLY: that student political activity

will bend every effort toward makIng its favorable image by emphasizing its I in the countries I've reported from is always either left wing I
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the weekly a influence for assets. YORK (AP) There tl p,." What she m.anlls"U yo ar or right wing. I do mean to suggest that in many foreign
strong many a widespread belief that the: do, stupid, I'll haunt you torso countries, student political activity has been strong enoughto
continued growth and of the It Is an thing to criticize and belittle er."
progress easy moat Important language In the, DON'T CLOSE DOORS help overthrow governments.In .
community.This It Is far more difficult to recognize world today Is English. Wife-talk, of course, require I Editor of Collier County Newu the foreign countries I have been in, the students (right

started as a weekly actions deserving of and thus However, there is In existence I an answering form of com muni. I was very sorry to see some wing, left wing or whatever) usually were prepared to resortto
newspaper praise pro a language that la even more cation. This Is known u hus. unfortunate remarks about the violence in the heat of demonstrations. This was true, how.
41 years ago. It took 30 years for it to vide incentive for their emulation by powerful and expensive it is, bancMaUe. It has been sclentlfIcally ,. teenage activities Naples. The ever moderate their leaders intended to be when the movements
advance to semi-weekly status, and ex- others wile alii. reduced to a single sen,. policy of our Church has been were organized.

actly 40 to reach daily publication. It Is be that To become a real scholar of, tence. to open the doors to all respon.
years to hoped The Sun will this widespread form of com. No matter what a wife says, slble youth or adult organizations
It has been a long, and sometimes rocky find some merit in this latter approach. municatlon, It Is practically nee.'t'th. wise husband Invariable r that want to use our facilities.

road. essary for the student to be two I replies In this day, when often many
"Baby, you said a mouthful I homes some schools andi The World TodayBy I
male ,
things and married.
But it has been a pleasure to providethe Again, a hearty welcome to The Sun. The first thing a man has to, This Is the only thing he car i Churches, and recreation depart.mints .

people of Collier County with a news long may It shine. learn about wife4alk la; It nev. say which Is true. If he says i close their doors to our JAMES MARLOWEAisocleled
er means what It ays. It has to anything else at all, he Is bouncto I youth It Is quite high time that Press News Anelyst
be translated. get himself in trouble someone helps. We will continueour

Wife-talk Is made up of hint best to help. WASHINGTON (AP) Lyn. grams through, like a tax cut
The recent youth dance had at
and Innuendo, gesture as well don B. Johnson's years In the and civil rights Johnson rol
others a* spoken word. peoplsin least eight adult chaperones. The
say presidency may have a pro. them through. Ms first seven
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Another thing a husband youth apparently had a wonderful found effect on how that officeis months.
needs to learn In dealing with the' time and a good dance. There
handled for years to come. Historians may decide Fr H.
his bride is never to take her was damage the highest estl.
He Is different from any man dent Elsenhower's greatest con.
mate would place the damage at
oral expressions literally. Mys. news who has held the office In this trlbutlon to the Job was that of I
$S for an accidentally broken tow
) tery between him and her be. ,century. He is a political man. calming Influence. Througt
t gins at the altar and never ends.The el rack. The group offered to
agar I who reached the top. public confidence In him and Ms
rest of his life he will spend LONDON AP George make Immediate repairs. As President he has
\ ( ) to assert own placidity, he steered the
How unfortunate It Is that often
1L desperately trying to find out Harrison of the Beatles says I leadership, often perhaps In a country back to sanity from the
what the devil she la really rumors that he Is married are people are prone to criticize this ]!,cold way, but his training and neurotic divisions over Me.Carth'tlm *
\ trying to express rubbIsh. particular age group. I pray I his career have been that of a and suspicions about
They are baring a meal together Harrison returned to London that many people will do what I manager, which does s lot to Communism
and she says sweetly, today from a 10-day) vacation at they can to help them become (I explain his performance so far. But his Secretary of State,
"Dear, won't you have some Nassau In the Bahamas. He was finer citizens.Rev As Democratic majority Sen. John Foster Dulles, was his for.

more at.aIIT' accompanied by Miss Pattie ( .) Richard T, Lambert, i ate leader from 1953 until 1961 elm policy guide and if It hadn't
The recent bridegroom natu. Boyd. Rector, Trlnlty.by.the.Cove I II ie had a chamber full of men been for Johnson's mastery and

his rally welfare thinks she and Is Interested In SANTA MONICA Call (AP)I Episcopal Church 1I who, as always to a large de. good will In a Democratic-run
y' 7f pleaaedly re. Lance Reventtow, son of> I tree, were temperamental and Congress, Elsenhower's
n+ piles, "Yes, sweetie-pie, thanks, FAN gotlstical, with their achievements
I think I will." Woolworth heir Barbara Hutton, SWAMP BUGGY ownprejudices through Congress
was reported In satisfactorycondition and special political probably would have locked
What he doesn't realize that after Editor, Collier County Newer I|,interests sick
wife talk Is always couched In undergoing sur. On Sunday, November IIt was He knew them all well be. President had hon.
A gery on his left leg, broken In a Truman a
r the form of Indirect discourseand skiing accident our pleasure to see) the 16th cause: he pays astonishing atten. eymoon with Congress for onlya
1 that what his bride actually annual Swamp Buggy races In Ion to detail. As a result he few months after taking of*
/+ meant was, "I'm starved, stupid DETROIT (AP) Mrs. your fair city. It was necessary knew what had to be done, orleft tics Thereafter it was unceas.
,, pass me the meat." Christina Austin of New York, a for us to leave Naples Monday ) undone, to get a piece of Ing conflict, particularly with
y,14, At a cocktail party she says of frequent companion of Henry morning, Nov. 2nd, before the emulation through His Job, as the Republicans. They never
Aa a blonde the men are clustering Ford n, is reported in good con. Tuesday Issue of your newspaper i te saw it, was to get results. Heat gave him the cooperation John/ ,
t1oed6 around, "1ln't her hair lovely?" dltlon at a Detroit hospital after came out with pictures erf the | them son gave Elsenhower.

1 What she actually means Is, surgery. Sunday races He didn't do It by browbeat. But Truman was a tremens
"Stay away from that dyed bus. I wish you would send me a I If he could
daze
ng It for
Ford, chairman of the Ford help his aggressive leader, partlyularly
Buster.
sy, Motor Co., and Mrs. Austin copy of the Issue which has the policy was to avoid conflict If he In foreign affairs It is DP
She says wistfully on a rainy pictures, write-ups, etc. I am
have been en. could: He knew an enemy he wonder historians rate him
"/ iau) A/ar/cj/'i/ ghost" day, ''U anything should ever since Ford seen and his together often closing 25 cents, which I hope Bade today on a particular billnight among the top presidents It
wife Anne
happen to me, dearest, I want Is sufficient. Send two copies, ii come back
in
were divorced last tomorrow to remains to be seen whether
year.
you to again and be
marry hap.
aunt him. this Vital .
.1-h. "._.1 0II0anefI "" .,. '".".." ,.M',.,,,,,aAtA... .. .._ U B J.fivieTuscon ;;. What be did most of the time Johnson can role approach nf leadership him.:
I '< jK:;;, ? Arizona was to appeal, soothe and com. Managing, without Inspiring

MemorialThe promise, This meant he often leadership, may not be enough
Living .o..r, st.Av UNITED FUND had to settle for less than all he and probably wont be. Presi.

good that men do may be oft Much of Felix Cohen'i life-he died _l l sLVCRA PI 11'111. Editor, Collier County News turning wanted. But he kept the wheels dents Franklin D. Roosevelt and
so well and in
smoothly he Wilson were leaders but
truly
interred with their bones; but sometimes In 1983- was a free and generous and] KdIPE ACVATLACROSS \ May I say thank you to botl i, has been called the best Senate dealing with they were
Congress
It Is remembered, end gratefully, at loving gift to the Oglala Tribe- and. LST TLRn t you and the Collier County Newi; leader In this century. often Wilson
least by Its. beneflclarlei. At rate 31 poor managers
any 1. Tarorooti Drubbed
It Is heartening to And an Instance of Indeed, to Indians generally An at. 7 Tlnral S2 Eel raid R R 0 S 'T t R N I. .. the for the really wonderful 1964 coverage Ins whole performance Is disastrously 10,
such remsmbrsnce-and s richly de torney devoted to their interests In 12 Diatribe Log. R A H V. It I. 3 1 1'1 Fund paper gave. our United based on tireless dedication to

served one, too. At the Pine Ridge, private practice and during his 13-year IS Cultivated 31. Dlgnlf A I. A T L R 1 D 1'1 0 know campaign.I that and the Job. He works at it long
you your stain hours It
South Dakota, Indian Reservation, the tenure In the Interior Department, he land 35. Name \L t.A V L S R A W bent over backwards to do a Jot dlnary dally.if his would be extraor. BARBSBY
Felix S Cohen Home for the drafted Act personality and his
Memorial the Indian Reorganisation
14 Summoned
messing R R to. 1'1.
S PI\ 0 t for us, and I am sure that your methods changed now.
Elderly was dedicated A Joint undertaking and worked with tribal councils on con 11 Compass watchful: They are HAL COCK RAN
LAM t ; T M AI 1 publicity: was a big help In putting not likely to, as he revealed to
Sioux Tribe of stltutions that
by the Oilala by-laws and regulations 16. Vital Juke SL RaUle bird
South Dakota which contributed the gave them self-government for the first IT Arml sa.Cnm.n A I N'C It t. MAT !. the drive over the top. newsmen this week. Secret Service warnsChristmas
land, the United Stales Public Housing time in American history The naming Diamond trtb.lngloa" IAM ...IOIT.I..IVII. Again, my own personal thanks. He let It be known he will shoppers to ex
Administration which financed the construction of the Memorial Home In his honor Is a Slate abbr. U Blackboard wort for results while trying to amine their money for coca
and the Pine Ridge Settlement tribute not alone to him personally but 20, Spirit U.ltodcbof SOLUTION Of TISTIIOAT'S PUZZllDOWN [ C. J Copley avoid heady conflicts, here or terfeits. Most of us don't hat tit
House which will furnish and lubsldlie also In a way to all those unsung Government saves perferdos n I loud car Campaign Chairman abroad. long enough to give it a
the Home through public subscriptions workers who labor selfleetly 22. lltbr, drynwauire U Wyoming 1 Parisian ; 'ull Naples United Fund His dream boat may capsize, second glance.
this U the first housing for elderly residents for the minority rights which are In. mountain lummeri a Iowardthe( due to circumstances he cant .
on an Indian Reservation and the dispensable to a true democracy-IMWashington 24. Cr. market range Operatic mouth .o.ee.e..o.e control, and In the end he may College football season u

first to b. built by all-Indian labor. Post lace U. Conroct: soloist It Bakingdith COLLIER COUNTY NEWS find himself a sorely embattled over, but there'll Itlll bI
2/ Rwaplts47.. Appear, 3. Let tall 10 FtallrJ president, like many before
11 Totem pole MICHAEL CMANCt E" ... ..... him.
De Gaulle and the Allies late 10 be 4 Sturdy tree
I 29 Pee .-... U. Dlaskruul 3 Toothlflt 111 l Legal profaatert THOMAS MATER A esU.te .CtitwMARSHALL H he Is highly successful the
,_ __..__... ._ WYATT. Ado M ntfAtetRT
h ls .,u.. .... 1 N her "TV11 coning after
ants .t .. "1. w well ye prrparmg 10 r.asaert bench in- Csdtl OPOLKA. Mwk. ....... him
European allies\ as much as with Britain dependence A decision to stand alone U I I. J 1.1' It .1 a 10 =: DAVID HCKMANSON. Clr*. Director/ probably would be Inclined to

and the United\ States, President de one that he could present to his countrymen ,,I l3 Foulldadolll. MRS. LOUISE DAUB. OffICe Mir.PuMuHW making 8M some the of Us Job methods less Individ, thus

Gaulle may be only practising brink. |B dramatic yet sympathetic S--- 4 Expert 4.ly, e.e.e. M_. nallstic and more managerial enough games manshlp. He may be threatening to terms. It could be in keeping with his I. is phetogtapker. ... *.tvr...*, Mi IK. tncnwOT kr It his methods fail, his succes. to bowl you overOptimistic .
liW .
leave the Common Market simply In tense of French history and French des H P.laeser 1 h.:..c-r.tr..eb A.= .t. C hMM *.. will ignore Johnson's tar.themselves .
tiny 11 r i ro.mse< Pie MM*. MM M4ru ... Ow ties and u
order to Jolt the Germans into agre Under de Gaulle the French regard ?2 : 0 t6 M.eo int.Tlpi go on trying to adapt Philadelphia

bent en agriculture.: He may be hinting an alliance not as a partnership but asa Ia a It lI! Akhor $ > M Midway! HIM tor elldspsrtmeMs their to the presidency la considering a World Fair
at a breach with NATO simply In orderto tug-of-war. Consequently they haveto / / / tickler . own way, which Is what for 1978. Who knows whether

jolt the Americans into accepting atriumvirate be treated partly on their own terms. .,,,. I. 711 It to pplsgt4 .......1,tMM Melee ors Johnson's have most dune.recent A glance predeces.back: there will still be a worldthen'
at NATO's head. We need not be frightened by their IIr urrxr er _a. srt M
11 JJ .", ."... bows !bow.President. .
1, If brinkmanship Is sll be Intends, then threats, whether bluff or not. If they CketoSal On Year Sit Si! Mwrtk V M, Kennedy brought to ..
fce can be persuaded to ray both in the leave the Common Market a larger .. TftrM MonJw Sirs.Mmkr the White After marriage trI4"
Common Market and In NATO. But be European or Atlantic free trade area u:0, acme at Th. Amftlttt Press whiek Johnson House a great gin drt tboat titrnt into a

may be too disappointed or disillusioned can take its place. It they leave NATO. >> J. J1 JI JI 4J" la 31.eaevat aSiA_. ter s _.MN.1__.. ..tiwi Mtwwvoy If .ft I.toc.l to' can aatcni Grace perhaps and charm never wiphtlndve stew.
to stay In either body disappointedthat It can be rebuilt without them But ot_ p.o.I r Ma Naw .. tad -
Lie Germans, like the British before Europe and the Atlantic Alliance woula .a .., ff'4 III lafcsIt' : w.n M eM AP ... tttveness an Intellectual Interest and '
them have given first place to the be sadder, weaker and poorer without Ba.pkyaI tlw Enter Past.*Offte.a uc.at n. else w .| presidency long lacking La the d/wJ. ariewti.'e. .
:
Atlantic Alliance rather than European France, AU the Western\ Governments, I". .1 Tkeresgh.israable Ad .0 Ms.:n'Mi'suMM But la
partnership, and disillusioned by not least the British, will want to do Handling Congress hens THE COWER COUNTY HEWS ,
France's failure! to achieve equal status what they can to k..p France among 47- U u EalsNnceN .. 1ilmaoa.an amateur compared with ..... ... ; e funtil* *'** *
; Tie Nw1 asses.- en .ee.ww He never learned how in'1**
He b
them cheetev Gwrdte. r/.s.d..s.w.
with the Americans In NATO. fht M. SUdIensw
etee M. .M..nMiKrtN to manage Cor\(rs* well M t.sts. ebsu. yeas e5" '
I U this is&U frame of mind he may Weekly Pot time 27 mkt" 11# --- tug p. -
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plq, Fli.,, Friday, D.e..... II. I IU4 S
Direction-De Sica George Segal
1. bee ffOvldtd StyleSome
t\t by ttaUott. The
l.Q'G:' II
NEWS names so r* -
pottlbllltyfet tcortcy sty that when Vittorio De Sica rides herd on a group of motion picture performersthe Hailed As New U.S. Trying To Protect
director is the best actor on the set In these unusual photo. Italy's great director i is
seen working on his latest Rim "Marriage-Italian Style" In winch he Is once more I
teamed up with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni a trio '1'1 i Italian unema star

I I FRIDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 18]{ which has won world Ovule( acclaim Star Of 1965 UN Envoys From Con Men


HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Man.

WTV J.Mlallll CBS-CH. 4 WLBW-Mlomi ABC.CH. 10 a ey buys happiness," Geoff*'".. UNITED NATIONS N.Y.o1111rr to iron out rough spots for Afn.i .
((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE) t. gel aayt with refreshing (AP) The U*. mlaaton to the i I can anal Asian delegates.
aa he surveys the moat Impotent h United! Nations has teamed up> Moatero and the New York
6(00 News Sport StOO Movie. MX.Wr.w7:30)( ) year of hit life. with! i New York'i City Hail to try, City Mayor1 Commission to the
BilS News Renfck "...., of SeaWsoult" After years of listening to I to protect unwary envoy from U.N. have charted a campaign
6t30News Cronkite7tOO ((194&)-3Mrley Temple. deadly serious actors proclaim con men. ami color-consclou. aimed al New Yorkers In dally
The Ministers Barry Fitzgerald "money lan't tverythlnf," I landlords. contact with foreign deltgattt
7:30 Rawhide 7t30 Jonny Quest (Color) was dtllghted to hear Setal confirm "The mission Intends Jo do all and their families
8,30 The Entertainers 8(00 Farmer's Daughter what moat of us common i I In Its power to tee mat dUeio.mala U4. Ambaaaador Adlal E.
9i30 Gomer Pyle-USMC 8:30 Bob Hope (Color) ss folks belltvt are given every courtety Steveeeen will 'beam a aertta of
"Of course money makes a to make five-Ainu talks
10:00 The their May enjoyable, to the police
Reporter 8(30 Addams ,
Family difference," said the actor who 1 says rank Montero an Amerl force over closed circuit televl.
lltOO News Sports Weather 9:00 Valentine's Day spent years ta off-Brcedway can Negro staffer whose Jab te Nom, retting protection for
1125 Late Snow 9:30 Twelve O'clock High plays at $45 a week. "Now my foreign vlaltort.
"Blue Dahlia" (1946)-) 10t30 The Detectives wUe and 1 can afford a girl to The mayor's commitloo has
Alan Ladd. 11:00 News Stewart Sports watch the baby. We can go out a ttrltt of apot announcements
ItOO News En Espanol 11:15 Wthr.. ABC News every night of the week if we Auditions For on New York radio Nations
11:30 Lei Crane (To 1)) want to and sometimes we hammering at the them of fait
1:00 Late Movie do."And play for dtlegttts and U.N. em.
when we're In New Amateur Hour .
ploy<< **
WCKT.M lallli NBC-CH. 7 "Story of Seabiscult" L \ ;I, 1 I I"Emote' York it's not a matter of 8tvnaon's staff la trying 'lu
--
((3 ON CABLE) (1949) Shirley Temple, De Sirs Inspires Sophia to tfglstt'fhar' Like this whether wt can afford to go toSardl' Resume Jan. 4 set up meetings with officials ,if
., but whether we want tort' union and trade associations
6iOO News Farlss6t20 WINK-Ft. My.,. CBS.CH. 11 "
representing taxi drlvera
Auditions for Ted Mack's Or. tea
Sports Hirsch ((6 ON CABLE) r V'. George 8gal la a happy tc. igtnal Amateur Hour will resume tturant owners, doormen and
6t30 Huntley Brinkley 6:00 News ,, tor, and no wondtr. His JOth Monda January 4, inSt. Peters other who rub elbows with the
7:00 Comedy Special (to 8:30)) 6:30 Walter Cronkite Report .Yaw gear hat brought him the kind burg Five weak of auditions S.OOO member of New York's
"Abbott and Costello 7:00 Battleline fr ,)f success an actor's dreams were held earlier for the na. diplomatic colony.
Meet the Keystone Cops" 7:30 Rawhide are made of. He hat appeared tonally known show which will Contact also are being'' sought
in "Invitation to a Gunftgbt.r" with real
tour estate Interests In
tape telecasts
In
Abbott. Costello. The the Sun.
custard 8,30 The Entertainers ,} and "The New Int ern.." lie shine City's new auditorium on hop of opening more door In
boys meet pies 9130 Gomer Pyle-USMC ? lrir'4Rr joined the International cast of Januar> 25 and 86. African and Allan diplomat
lovely ladies and mad 10:00 The of Fools" and Is fin
Reporter 'Chip now The tryouts will be held at the who have had trouble finding
chase scenes. 11(00 I r the title role in "King
8:30 Bob News 1N run Ishtng Huntington Hotel a T p.m. each aultabl living qutrttrs
Hope 11(30 Movie Rat" as the only American evening" through January >>. The mayor's commlatlon has
9:30 Jack Parry "Fighting Wildcats"(1957)Keefe amid a flock of Britishers. Interested partita are asked to had printed a book of information
lOiOO Jack (To 11)) ( ) Brisselle ) \ How did It all happen writ Ted Mack, Channel 13, The book tells how much to tip In
11:00 News Sports Weather "I'm not sure," said George. Tampa. Applicants ahould In. rtttauranta IS per cent of the"
11:30 Johnny Carson (To 1)) "I guess 1 had to wait for ctr elude their name, age, addreaa check: for waiters and S3 cents
Color lain things to happen." and Information about their act for the hatcheck girl
What happened was a aeries or talent It urges envoy to complain to
\ of events, anyone of which Talent representative have the City Rent Administration If
- - - - might have broken the chain U they for
been combing the Day Area In are being overcharged
It hadn't occurred. If George recent weak searching for local an apartment and to Inform the
.ia hadn't had an olJ-rtylt, hard acts They are Interfiled In New York Human Right Com
I |I SATURDAY-DECEMBER!? .. til'T tell agent, who fall to his knees virtually every cat.roryol.nter* million if a landlord bar them
i, to plead for a role for hie boy on racial or religious ,
"11 m m-m, what to do her?'" De Sirs coaxes Marllu Toro Into a coquettish smile In "Invitation to a Ounfthter""U let talnmtnt skating with swimming the escelon and| talk of The commlttlon also ground clrcu.

- -- -- - George hadn't been at a latet a monthly news Ittttr
lets other than comtxttana.
: WTVJ.Mioml CBS.CH. 4 WLBW.Miami ABC.CH. 10 where he met Robert
f'- .1Ur iWT 11III_. .,... party (Ed. Note.-U there la someone warning of new racket,
I ((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE) Cohn, producer of "Tht New In.tern. from Collier County Interested Moat African missions refuse
6dS Sunrise Semester *t 111 Tel \1.ision' ."". Jf "Ship of Fouls" pro pltttt get In touch with the to let their delegates live In New

6(45<< News En Espanol 6(40 Parade News Armed Forces On Naples Bridge:1\\ hadn't ductr-dlrtctor alto Stanley Kramtr NEWS We'd like to do a story York Harlem because they
"invita
produced
f B) CYNTHIA LOWRY on the entrant.) consider segregation degrading
7:00 Cirtoonvllle 7(00 Sgt. Preston ,J' AP Ttltvislon-Hadlo Writer tion to a Gunflghtar" rem, etc.

8:00 Supercar 7(30 Lone Ranger By FRANK OTTE 1 NEW YORK LAP) At ]Jut Anyway It did happen, and'
8:30 Superman 8:00 Uncle Bob _.-.....-.-.. M about everybody is aware, the George Stgal it being hailed aa =
9:00 Alvin Show 9(00 Hopplty Hopper new program that reams to the new dramatic star for ue,. I Christmas Trees '
9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 9(30 Buffalo Bill.Jr. This .U Board 28 playedthe al t Spade or SIX No Trump! have mad the biggest hit with About Georges he la reddlih. ,
10:00 Quick Draw MoGraw 10(00 NDBC (Pink Section) on No, television audiences this sawn haired, blutyed with a mtdl. 'I s
10:30 Mighty Mouse Shenanigans vember 10:30 Annie Oakley Here then I think Is a good lit Is an amiable fellow In :
NORTH dy series about
11(00 Linus The Llonhearted a pretty young nyg &
11:00 Saturday Hop (to 12:30)) '-I( 7 g
IHI
11:30 The Jetsons ( example of Schtnkan'a blddlr< witch married to an average conversation but before the j
12:00 12(30 Llbeny Bowl (to 3130)) cu-K \\1. superiority aa compared IGoren. I to tort of young man who damage camera he comas on wrong The Exchange: Club &
Sky King ,.
West Virginia vs. University If we had been at N Sprovtt of magic !

12130 1:00 Safari My Friend(to 2:30)Fllcka) of Utah. TI t I-//, our have Schenken clarified procedure the mutual cow hole 1-Id It dtatrvts Us popularity. The art work was pretty uninspired i L? Scotch Pines. Balsams '&
3130 Blue Bon't Bowl : principal performer, ElUtbeth
to
( 6(30) N I 71 it
"Ramar and the BurnIng Como's shows had more pace, J
Barrier" John Hall. University of Tulsa vs. c-JI 4 CIall inca would more have communicated advantageously u Fare We' Montgomtry attractive and and Die adroit.York The, spirit and lively dialogue in the I? Located Behind Nick's Swamp &
University of Mississippi. old days when he was turningout J
2130 Holiday Movie (to 4)) S SOUTH lows scripts are witty and full of one.a.week In a rehearsal J Buggy Lounge & Florida Power *

"Miracle on 34th St." 6(30 Big Movie (to 8:30)) --10 A 10 L 4M | 1C N 01. ., ,..C.. ?NT .W.,1 I. unexpected ..Id... halt s block from Broadway.Recommended &
p LIRhtk .
D-A I | Samantha
'' Thursday night, .
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(1946)) Maureen O'Hara Duchln e w 11 k and ;4K
"Eddy \
John P'yne. Natalie ( Story". N D..iv -A 1: 1.1.1 w ir'All's:: : P.::2: kick the young the sorcery witch who habit It trying, meet to viewing: J Daily & KveninR8ilVHelp = s
Wood Edmund Gwenn. NovakpmesWhit.4t00 Sunday "L'enfance: du
Rifleman Kim is l: p::: tNT :::?: Note the clearer eommunlcatlonst her mortal In-laws for the firsttame. Christ.," CM 10.11 a.m. EST !* Exchange: Support Youth
more, Victoria Shaw U All p.n j The tltvatlon I* compile .
the ONE CLshows
4(30 Battlefield (to 6) opening special production of the Perllo &
minimum 17 count baa ed by the unexpected arrival of Activities
a
workj "Amahl and the Night i
6:00 News Weather At this Board, Margaret and 1 I fealty all In high cards Thi; her Aunt Clara who, In her des Visitors" NDC4: .
6:15 Sports Dooley 8:30 Lawrence Welk I were playing E.W when the 1 I Schenken ONE NO TRUMP re_ dining years, la m< t* romp p.m :aaa.aaaaaaadad'a'TURKEY
6:30 Hawaiian Eye 9(30 Hollywood Palace bidding followed the above a*. sponae tolls a 12 to 13 In hlgl? ant at witchcraft a* she uied to
7(30 Jackie Gleason 10:30 Movie Special (to 12:30) quenc. Obviously, there la a card count and a balanced hand be.
*
8(30 Cllllgan's Island "Man Who Came to Din- NJ cold SIX No Trump or SIX Now opener at North has merely Marian Lore make a per
9100 Mr. Broadway ner" (1941)--Bette) Davis Spades. Our opponents were to add 20 to 13 and Is with, feet Aunt Clara particularly
10:00 Gunsmoke Monty Woolley experienced Duplicate playersand the required of SS for a amal j when recalling sadly how she m
consequently concerned at used to be .
able to enter horn
11100 News Weather Bllle Burke Ann Sheridan slam To Insure bow the han j
not luring arrived at the small erf
by way the chimney "cleanI
should be
North continue
11:15 Late Show played )C
,Jimmy Durante. alam. North explained that del whittle "
M a and depart
to show la the
Spades I
and the City". high cowsuit.
"Night 12:30 Nightmare Th. pea the 20 count !In high cards, Since the SchenkM onnIng through the walls, "juit like
((1950)WCKTMiomi) "Black Room" ((1935)) he appreciated the void In Aces of ONE CLUB II artificialand butltr"
Boris Karloff, Marian- required a one-suUractlon lea.. can be made with limited Clul' It war a warm Unit tplsodt.
NBC.CH. 7 Marsh. Ing an actual count of only 19. holdings or NO Clubs at all, lita Perry Como had on* of his
((3 ON CABLE) 2:10 News Weather. How.er. Standard American permissible to use the FOOT occaalonal special on NDC
(Goren) permits an addition of CLUB Gerber asking partner t<: Thursday night. The slops and
6:55 Inspirational Message ONE because of the Club double show Aces South'a FOUR NC. hit crew traveled to Rome for
7:00 Cartoons loo... so the overall count goes TRUMP la the Gerber to shot', Christmas ahuw 'r'
7:30 Fun Club WINK-Ft My." CBS-CH. 11 beck to ZOoNorth three Aces There are many vlrtuts .' High point <* the show war
8:30 Space Lab ((6 ON CABLE) war tempted to open a to the Schtnktn System same singing by the latin* veal / r.Wr
Gorilla Short Club but wisely concludedthe ;| Chapel Choir coma also related II 4 AND
9:30
Magllla and in general U la NOT dlfflcul! ; .
8100 Bear Spade opening waa better.Partner the Christmas _
Yogi to story against a r.I-
Color learn. In fact U hava
10,00 Underdog ( ) you e I
10(30 FlrebaU XL-5 8(30 Woody Woodpecker South (despite the three reliable knowledge of Gore I background 9(00 Alvin Show ONE NO panlomtn war In progress. In
11(00 Jr. College Review Aces) responded (which la Internationally known I
11(30 Youth and Issue 9(30 Tennessee Tuxedo TRUMP Reviewing the bidding u Standard American) the bulr truth the production and cam .j' CHAMPAGNEHAVE
10(00 Quick Draw McGraw It can be concluded that something change over can be made with
Color
12(00 Exploring ( )
1(00 Sea Hunt 10(30 Mighty Mouse was lacking In commune a minimum of study Try It.: 1
11(00 LIma The Lionhearted cations. Personally, I am In. : YOUR ('HKISTMAS( DINNER:
1130 Cloud 7 (to 4)) 11(30 The Jetons dined to blame the Standard Most eolOittt' bclievr 'ihr
"Marie Antoinette" American (Gores) System rather etnti'n interior n i misrtrv tur
12(00 Huckleberry Hound ANn CHAMPAC.NK: AT QUIZ( EXPANSE: :
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(1938)-Norma Shearer than our NJ opponents ea.peclaUy nice producing prod>|iou. ,hnitfuoush ,
12(30 Friend Flicks
Tyrone: Power Robert My since NONE of the nine the breakeown of I.JM.-
Morley. 1(00 Lone Ranger N-S Teams arrived at a small Icl,.,. element such as ut.n. ,"i Anyone purchasing a car from WOOD CHRYS-
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Of Pompano Park TrackPOMPANO j j I 4 ,/ -. -:I Meaning


4 I ANNAPOUB ( )
BEACH (AP) The track already has stalls I ----f
"' Navy answered ]
"We expect to make this the for 1,200, but had more than ..4, I : with
Thursday
'Hlaleah of harness racing; 5,000 applications and Van Leo. ,.' I (Ii.- Wayne Hardln
said Frederick L. Van Lennep nep said he expects it to attract t t coach but left
after his plush Pompano Park the best horses In the country. .
of his
name
opened Thursday night before Van Lennep and his wife, who II. '96.
8 104 spectators own the famous Castleton Farmin ',' Doug Scovtl I j '
assistant to
"1 am very pleased with the Lexington, Ky. have considerable ... 'rlltrr.IJ" the Navy
opening and I look for a success acreage in this area and -
"t believed to have
ful meeting It may take four have of their stable .
kept part ,
: track for the job
-f-
or five years for us to become here for several season 't .
I
,' J have
..
established, but I think we are Pompano Park operated for 1
\ But the : I
..
on our way. I think everythingwent 46 nights last season but this ....... shaken by the
off very well for an open. time will run through April 6, Hardin's At
log night" a total of 92 nights. in
nation a
Van Lennep pointed out that 1 '
Jack Smith drove Quick UghU with superior,
many tourists do not arrive In nlng to the front turning Into the ; :
hurry to
Florida until January, and es.peclally home stretch and 8-year-old ,
: not during the Christ. brown gelding held on to win tor ; !

mas holidays.He the $1,400 Inaugural Pace In the ) director Capt. of
was particularly pleasedthat good time of 2:03 1.5 for the I date would be
first ntghters Included Gov.. mile. Dlddel
Elect Haydon Burns and two \ log the next Golf and
Rockette Forbes got up for would Include
which has
former governors of KentuckyBert second money and Tarport Doug the academy as
affair to
Combs and Lawrence Wea. the even money favorite, was
the present
therby. Many racing officials third, followed by Good Point ment will be course
were In the crowd, along with Irish Senator, Miss Lustytown first of the t nearing
year
political, business and social and Swift Water his age
It Is believed
leaders from southeast Florida. Quick Lightning was 5$ In the FREE SCHOOLING! RACES open this week at HomtH loll track. Other have the edge If
Van Lennep, who already has betting and paid |11.60, $6.00 schooling run are net' for tonight and tomorrow iiiirht, and ajfiiin next reason than the designed.
Invested some $15 million in the and 400. Rockette Forbes paid :Morula)'. Tuesday, and Wednesday nights In the picture, little Alexandra a collateral states and
plant halfway between Miami $4.20 and $3 00 while show priceon Bremner gets the "schoolinK" lowdown from Doodea Value (the In the Navy ..
and West Palm
Beach said he $2.60.
will build additional stables to The Tarport crowd Doug wagered was $205,232 black pup) and Golden Tab (the faun), both runners from R. E. "Bob" system, which he was

take care of the trotters and on the nine-event program Thomas Kennel! Extensive refutations have improved customer service Is familiar with. ,
pacers whose owners want to third biggest In the history of lIt the popular Bonitu (1\81.] A big wa'on i lit predicted job was written to enter

com to Florida lor the Winter. Pompano Park. The dally double .. a new five-year 18.Hardin' was
last Feb.
.. In In.
the first and second
on
races, paid $21 and the twin Matt Snell Wins Kentucky Host With Bowl TeamsBy question as. case to .

double Warren returned Cameron$11,069.scored a At Cage Tourney THE ASSOCIATED PRESS contract means would

Willie Mays double with Varlo Hanover ($5.. Rookie Of Year The first major bowl game Buslk said all there
LEXINGTON Ky. AP -
( ) tracts are open
ever staged indoors and the and
In the second and New Star
Again Wins NL $6.00)80) ) In the third. Newport Kentucky's nationally eighth passing arm of Jerry Rhone each year filed
Award In AFLNEW ranked little kids play host to The re
chosen the outstanding back of .
Amigo paid a whopping $66.20 Is to be
three big bad wolves tonight led to his ouster.
Slugging Crown In winning the sixth YORK (AP) Matt and Saturday In the Universityof the year in theAssoclatedPress'poll Hardln con.
highlight Saturday's post
Snell the fine fullback of the score of
Kentucky Invitational the season college football actionDefense.mlnded found he did not
New York Jets, collected one nation's richest holiday basket. Utah and West tract he thought course.
CINCINNATI (AP) Willie title today-Rookie of the Yearend ball tournament. believed that fee
meet In the
Mays, San Francisco's hard-hit Naples Speedway aimed for another. and Virginia Liberty the
Unranked Illinois, Dayton Bowl which will be played In ment worked out
ting outfielder captured the "I'd like to get that ground West Day
Virginia carry winning Atlantic City's Convention Hall. paid him not
National League slugging Cham Finale SaturdayNaples gaining title," Snell said. "I'm records Into the 12th annual 17 year's salary will be
Rhome who set collegiate of.
plonshlp for the fourth time last behind right now, but you never tourney. Illinois meets Daytonat fenslve records, leads Tulsa maiming at | ', will be
season, the official averages Speedway will closeout know-one good run. and I'll be 7:30 p.m. EST and Kentucky against Mississippi In the Blue his contract. drive and
disclosed today. Its first full season of racing right In the rue. plays West Virginia In the sea bonnet Bowl at Houston Both the .
Mays finished with a .607 Saturday night, beginning at 8100. Snell, a 6.foot.2 215-pounder and game Utah co-champion of the and Buslk, pe I partlcl.
mark on 311 total bases In S88 The from Ohio State who was the The championship and con. academy's I I time
season-endlng program Western Athletic Conference
times at bat The Giants' star object of some spirited bidding; solatlon are Saturday. referred Big Cy.
will feature two 25-lap feature game had the sixth best defense I Control
also won the title In 1954, 1055 between the Jets of the Amerl.can also
In the late.model and rate prepared
races, one against scoring In the country
and 1957.Mays Football J ( the
and the
League "
one in the Jalopy class Other "Just" and
this season, permitting Just 6.2
21 doubles
collected long-establlshed New York
special events are scheduled.The Boston Bruins tying" e
nine triples and a league-lead Giants of the National League, points per game. The Utesplckedoff known Hardln : ,1
quarter-mlle asphalt track 23
ing 47 homers among 179 hits in said being named AFL Rookieof passes, seven by safety .
DetroitBy eatisfied.Hardin
Is located next to the swamp Beat C. D. Lowery. pletely
1964. He also extended two NL the Year "proved I made the
buggy grounds on Radio Road, That aerial defense figures to
records, highest career slugging a short distance east of the air. best choice with the Jets" THE ASSOCIATED PRESS get a stern test from West Vtr.rlnla' er 10 years at : i
average .889, and most consecutive port. With one game to go, Snell The way that red light kept Allen McCune, who pilot. an assistant
years 300 or more total has 842 yards on 199 curies going on In Detroit's Olympia with the : -
ed the Mountaineers to a 73
bases 11 That's second to Buffalo's Cook.le Stadium, the fans who had come speculation
mark and the Southern Confer
Ron Santo of the Chicago Gilchrist for the league rush. to see a National Hockey The best
once title, after they had split cue.
Cubs was second In slugging Stetson Wins Ing title Cookie has 929 yards League game between the RedWings their first tour the coach and
average with .564 He was followed Jets and the Boston Bruins games.McCune PRESS
The his
meet Kansas
City: In completing
who took over In the
by Richie Allen of Phlla.delphlt Hatter TourneyDELAND their season windup Sunday might have thought th. goal athletic director i Celtics
fifth completed 60 of 99 Af'I
game,
.857, Rico Carty: of Mil. while Buffalo battles Boston for Judges were (rigger happy for 10 touchdowns.When It off personally 1 1llcly Has.
waukee .554, Frank Robinson : (AP- tetson Unl. the Eastern Division title But those three goals Inside of passes It their a
Cincinnati ."8. Orlando Cepda, verslty: won Its own Hatter Das.ketbull SneU made a runaway of the 59 seconds of the second period it comes will be to passingthough Johnny cordial. : a day of
San Francisco 539, Billy W1L. Tournament Thursday voting for AFL rookie He got were all legitimate and the two Vaught's Mississippi. Rebels who Hardln's : : :
Hams, Chicago .532 and Hank night, beating Georgetown 86.75 16 of the 24 votes cast by sportswriter scored by the Bruins helped figure to have their hinds full of 3.e.l. got that
Aaron Milwaukee .814. for Its third crown In the seven. and sportscasters from Boston to a 5-3 victory In Saturday. They will be against to Army: In his I moving
are com. year history of the tournament.The Thursday night's
Slugging averages the eight league cities. other NHL the collegiate passing coach, also Saturday
puled by dividing the total bases consolation' game went to game, Montreal rallied with two champion
Runner-up was Sid Blanks, the Rhome of Tulsa, In the Bluebon.net position any I Hawks,
accumulated on all hits by the Wilmington (N.C.), which de. Houston back from Texas A I third period goals and tied To. classic. around to < : week.
number of: official times at bat. Seated Mercer 8J-7J with six votes. ronto 2.2. .
Rhome, with Howard Twlllev
doing most of the catching I Thurs
sparks one of the most p.... .
minded offenses In the country.: Rick Is..
Mississippi allowed 10 opponents
.
an average of 115 yards 113-
per game through the air and Way To over
December is You nine of the 14 touchdowns In five

can Even scored passes against the Rebels cameon Top NEW Cage YORK


Barry, the New

Grand Opening month play 18 if f youdon't Kiwanis Hawks from University south to Roselle play of


Wind Up Slate ward canes,his is off goal to of



at Golden Gate holes of With SarasotaNaples Kiwanis Hawks youth this lege ami's Barry season.basketball's: opening scored .


football team is scheduled to fin. Tampa then
tsh a prosperous 084 ....onSat. against Duquesne
)join.Play urday with a 3 p.m. game against Niagara and St. :
:
.
free. Sarasota North All-Stars at Dirig York for 226
Country Club. golf Field In Sarasota game. world
The Hawks started out the.... This gave
son with a loss and a tie but of 3'1.1 and the
since have won eight straight first weekly:
games. Coach John lamurrl's Thursday by the Airport
team would like to make it nine glare Athletic
l In a row against the Sarasota through Dec. 12. )
.
93-pounders. Fred Hetzel -
1r The Hawks took care of Plnel. played In only

.: las Park's Thunderbirds last close behind
week, 13.0. The T.Birdshadb.at. 37.3. Hettel
: I"I en the North AU. tirs the week Including 53

'Mf'': before victory.But ,. so Naples is hopeful of ST )

; "I the Hawks will have to get Florida ..
along without their leading scorer cent of Us floor

and ground-galner tailback night and .
Joey: Gntton. The speedy young.
ketball v l c I a r
star broke a bone in his right State
hand In last week's game. Full. Bruce Meade

back Bruce Griffin, bothered by: tc lead
a leg Injury, played last week and State's ecnrers' .
dav.probably will see action Satur. Cool wh hit tot





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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Ne,'". MarM, .y, D.c.mb. II ito 7

FL Stars Chose Their Own NATO Nations To Talk _




Over Reuniting GermanyWASHINGTON

.K .(dw. OFFENSE MKdF aThr.4, .
'lOhiErxi A (AP) Foieign ,. auk said of the meettac on i.n .
.. .
MUG DITKA. Bears y ministers of the Ulll1ed German reunification that the

put End... AWL WAIlFtSJ?,Browns a '' Sr.T END State, Britain France and four foreign ministers bad
tanker E" F.:),,'2H. West Germany meet here next agreed in Paris they should..
..JOWV/VY MOffRIS, Bears --.t $ month to try to work out a nepproarh .<. tore the poeaibUttlee of "some
ankle SOS VOGEL, Ca.t s to Russia on the oak further Initiative" with the Bus.slans .
ankle cation of Germany. on thy Issue
flOM5T sREiG,14sc srrs r The meeting was announce AI the Iam. time, he said
uarct .JM PARKER, Colts by Secretary of State Da, there baa been no indication of
tiara Rusk at the Whit House Thuri. aa active Soviet interest in
.. ...
jcwv COffDYf Lions day night after lit and ftrrtary '' trYKUt 10 aetlle the problem ofiM

ter. .. BOB 04 MARCO,Cards ot Defense Robert S MeNamara ttvltlo of Germany.
bad reported( Prtsl_ Presumably the West German
r4erback..JOHV UNITAZ, Colts .d I| dent Johnson/ on this week. government of Chancellor Lud
back Lvw AfOOft Cotes t talks among Allied foreign and wit it-hard, which faces .1.('.
defense tnlnlstof In Parts. bums sae year, ia urgently con.
uilback .JIM GROWN Browns Administrate e< hopeful the AsCvMlc*!' aa Issue of paramount
S V ew will lead to an easing of Afler. flitMn U West Germany
iCHAuNTA$ ences between fraM antf CI6"'r" ,t principal topic In
\ C3EARS A f North Atlantic Treaty Orftnlta. tilt Ifaris ''discussions was the
W i NNhICsIt r tlon alUes prou&a of organldng a nuclear
ATTACK Rusk bad two conference!. weafMl, rare*) among a* many dvt
with French President Chart.de AltM counlrlM a* are wlllingtoputldpMs j ha
Gaulle about which he reported TIle NATO mlnla.
to Johnson McNamari ten agreed to continue .'...
i I \ conferred with French Detests changing views" on this problem .
.. Minister PI.rrelde.sm.r. ".... which baa sharply dividedthe
mer and he agreed on a coordl_ alliance
nation of French nuclear woos Officials said U was tentative ., e
\ one lartetlng with NATO plans ly agreed among some of the
r a +w The McNamara-Mesmner understandlng Interested countries to hold high
51 l Is the bails for hop level toils, probably among
that relations with France mar] deputy foreign ministers, on the
be Improved. The accord Indl nuclear weapons issue In Eu.
cafes a po ss/ble new trend III rap early next year. Thai will
uSraV French policy, which has bee allow time for continuing direct
: ell. sT1, s marked In recent years by dcllnlng .. talk between Britain and West
French cooperation wit Germany.
'- ; EffN6r: NATO. The West German govern /NI.'l'j'pi"I": / / ,,

'w# \\q y ,ment has strongly supported a ( KlJSII-'lyln': feline Amelia Earhart Mill not take to
for surface fleet
UJ proposal
a
the air again for at leant Uo weeks On her favorite hop
'Teen'Front. armed with polaris mlasiles.The
A recent. off a I Moot balcony In Portland Ore the two-month-old

(Continued from page 1)) ty advanced British government proposals for a kitten made a rough landing and broke her shoulder It was
a cat-cant trophy.
want It used right" Chairman broad rsorganltailon of NATOto
.a.r Cowles said last night. allow both for the mtied.,

: i; J J/ \M' hearodly/"We agree' Caballero to that rvplied whole manned would national contribute unit surface to most fleet which of and Britain Its for V. "Read the''''Want Ads J I Ijit.

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expressing himself as feeling bomber nuclear force. --1111111 nr i -.-,, .-
i8Y 'irf that the new policy as express

( ) Vh A A L.p" ed by sane the commute and represents. was entirely the H*Jj*Jt!(*W-VXPX*XTV JpP X*yryrVV&&&:&:&:

THE best Interests of the community. -

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Besides Cowlas and Lesser,
WANt A DANDY GIFT
Bill Bryan Rust Stahlman and _
f/iENSE Rudolph J. Fltzek attended rJ

K J End WILLIE DAVIS, Packers presenting mlttee. From the Advisory the Jaycees Com In i

addition to Caballero, wereFred ''D A
Erut GINO MAkt / "/ Cells Schmuckar,George Hit

Tackle BOB LILLY Cowboys .' man, Robert DaVogt Bryant
I Tackle < Hampton and Don rum FelJe. ,
c MERLIN OLSEN, Rams iMutdfeB I
From the Jaylwe group present .
cCcer.D4LEMFINERTC& SBa.cker..JoE were Gilbert Sorenson,
Give lIurlplllll te
Line FOQTIIA'Ar ,Bears j' Rlckl Johnson and Rick Aurlt. e
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Line Backer.. j//vf/ HOUSTON,Brown r-THE COLLIER -CO-UHTY NEWS 'l

Corner Back .PAT FISCHER Canals

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SECOND TEAM Girl Scouts ) .
[ Club
Sailing OFFENSE DEFENSE

TE-Pit* letiloff [ogl.. E-DOM Jonas, Komi Dress Tree At : The \ ,. \
[Of Naples Holds SE-Frank Clark, Ce.boyi E-Douj Alkmi Inn Florida Senate asked federal JCJ
-lobbr Mitchill (tidtkliu -hg. l..., LloM district court In Miami today la ,
T-Oarlr Irodihow, Stt.ltn T-Al.. terror, Llo-i Scout House delay court-enforced tecUlaUf. 1 \\ct"O"1
Dinner Meeting T-Dick kkahatkroe.., Ml-llll 'tHlnglvii, Coif apportionment until the Lefts 'o.v .
Naples pirl Scout Troop IIJ: i lature could mat 1s possibly
Cl-Wott Hoi.lhM 49n
Cards ,
G-K. Cray, S
daeorated the offica I
yesterday session In June to tackle
-JThe Naples Sailing Club held .- "-. H ltrto., Irewni Cl-Warm Walkir, LioniC Scout House Christmas tree .1: special
Iks first cocktail party and din Mwk Ti''9.ll.oH, Vikwgi H-Hwb Add..I.". PotionQSonny their Und, the problem. \
regular meeting Is accepted
If the proposal ,,
[per meeting Tuesday evening Jurgtmtn, tidikini H-.Ii" h....., twin the direction of Mr*.Robert Mat, said Senate PrMldent-Joslcnal is
[at the Tahlrlan Cove. H-Tommy Mat**, Vikmgi S-(aoM.*lt Taylor lo nF tin and ...... Alan FosUr., th.I James (Nick) Connor of Brooks. .
Visitors Included Mr. and -.Jim Taylor Pckrt S-Mil ".Ir., C..bay< Junior Troop has been making .I rills In a new conference, .v... \\ou. '

[Mrs. Ray Clark from the Kan- In their craft' periods, r pUca t cry member of the Senate baa \.0 "J
[*as City. Mo.. Sailing Club. of fancy Christmas M Commodore Jack Manner In a flour and salt doug I formula to meet the
over the meeting of and baked at a high heal, minimum requirements thi
[presided
I the group which voted Into mem- City Gains PointIn The cookie were then decorated U*. Supreme Court. )
and Mrs. Edward with frosting and bung ai I Connor said neither he nor
Mr.
[bership
ornaments on the Ira the other members of the Seer
[O*Ccc ell. The Scout louse tree will sei. ale bad any specific plans for
The club Is making a survey good service at troop partloiduring mutated ,at.
[of the many different classes Suit this next W'.II. Includlni.
[of sailboats In the local area Panipinto a party for the Fun.Time Nut
[with an eye to determWng their aery to be given by CadetU
[sultablllry for these waters. It Troop 1-49. Just before Christmas Hub Capo Worth
I was also announced that a sailboat The City of Naples won t point Panlplntu. recently was found pill Day tt will be donate $78 Stolen Here
[ Is now available for train In the James Panipinto used ty of not having a city license to I to Naples, Welfare Associate I
[leg. instruction will be under car-sales lawsuit la a hearing sell used cars. He was found for a needy family. Ernest McCormick of Naples
v"0
I to direction of Art Neumann before Circuit Judre Lynn Cer. not guilty by Judge Harold Imltb reported to Police that two bub
I and take. aid this mom",(. violating the aonlnordinance cap*. valued at 178.00, were
George hours The Judge ruled that In hi* The City had denied Panipinto Mrs. Scott. lulen his new Cbevell
were
Official sailing the club. opinion Panlplnto'S wooden rail a used-car sales license because. (Continued from. po- 1) around I o'clock Thursday Blffot,
peso adopted by fence did not meet the require. In the City's opinion toning did The car Jas parked on Fifth A...
I Weather permitting these times nents of the city ordinance which not permit useoVar: sass ln"J" on bond. Arraignment of I Kay* sue Parkway at the time of the
Iwdl. be 1 to 4 fjm every Sat* prohibits display of used cars on'any &M1n(. After being found not ser was postponed. MS.
I rday- and Sunday.An unenclosed portion of the guilty of violating the ordinance, The ).Idg.0 rde red .P...- en-
official: design for the club property" Vega related Panipinto again tenon Investigation for Lee Roy
[burgee was adopted. This flag. Panipinto' attorney Gear,. asked the City for a license. but Loach who pleaded guilty to North Naples I.
[which ls to be flown by mem Vega contended that putting ups was again turned daw two counts of breaking and entering -
[hers boats, features s sail.best fence around the used cars City Attorney David Splngler A third count was dismissed. Firemen Begin
Panipinto displayed at bis Jin' told the court thai lonjng Is a
a sun .
[ silhouette against
SJHOCO; service station compiled "relatively new field," and ton.
ISM next to a large"rr.Color with the "enclosed portion" re* Ing law perhaps are not as Special l Course
I awe royal blue yellow and qulrement. clear: as they should be. But POSTPONED I
IwWe.Dr.. The ordinance allows,as one of be Said court have made rid. Arraignment of Clement 1
Frank U>vn was the permitted uses In "J" IwsU Inca based on the Intent of lODe Rodriguez charged with hit and On Tuesday M this. week, the
to serve u mem .ness district, "public garage and InC ordinances run.was postponed The Judge Norhh Naples Volunteer Fire Da.ertmenl .
E chairman. Persons automobile salesroom, but DO The ll.yoar-old Naples lODe Issued a bench warrant (orMark MId the first of s series
In affiliating may onwiclosed portion of the pro. Luc taw now undergoing re. Moore Jrdurgedwithgrard of classes to a course covering treMrl
snail be used for the Us. vision, II. "conprenenslve slain( lor rural fire defense.Diploma .
him at Ml 2-668J. or the petty larceny, who failed to Gel lir
Mrs. Louis play of used car*." The service toning plan" drawn up with show In court.Arraignment. will be presented at the
E secretary. *atkn, at the corner of U. .. professional aid. SptogUr said ronciusion of the course
d Chandler
re. at Ml 2-4281. Tuesday night* clue *...l01I
41 and Central Avenue, I* U U his opinion te Intent of the
IThe next meeting will bet "J" sonlnf.V City Council which passed the Jones charged with breaking as under the direction e4Charles
>o January 6th at roe o attacked the "racae and toning law "It to prrtitbtt used and entering, was held up because K. RobiMtte, renal nre
: d Commodore Mess amtlfuous" wording of the ordU car isles te ...*.s ear d the absence of one d tokmse training pocUlitothe
r. 67216th Avenue South. sate, but the Judge ruled that tnr the nvsNvedInS a rue Florida Board of Forestry.
Ill Several sailing the ordinance Is valid. He In.terpreted He pointed out that MM, sales Amsnberooa.eswndrapspd Other classes wlU be .held.,
pjru
Mite movies will be shown the publl garage and are allowed t* the net lower en motions by Vega. They .Ala King could ranger, M.
automobile salesroom phrase U aonlng, but la the Milt MgersoJeg were a* feflowstJadoon listed. by Ranger Tommy Carter
et Mfcls meeting.: struct***, wlewd The Iralnlng rerttceleot. will e
meaalRf permanent public garages are L. Kirk theft
and anything outside these ba1ldIJICI but no sale. of cars, sew Robert ante lncludet as Infrorfurfary setsionHptaiAMg TO; CeJHe Cfy H..., Sea 1737 Neeles, Fie. J..lr.
Torcasio would fan Into the ttnencloe.d or used, II allowed.If weeks metals charge the purpose) o* theroorse
died tail I portion of the property fajuciafo bad a .... Frank: Torcssia, 12. U expected to bare Md.. auto sates. : Muriel( Pickles' grand of a flrej map read.
at hla Mme la Uttli I The Judge tools weather ,. SUBSCRIFTIOH le, .. *... let .
f .one more nliac to stake ta roes: he waeld be allowed u lareenyj&lcs: Mandrell worthless ing } bd r
.y Snores, Bantta fpringsIA chIck cell osj fury cknring tech.ikfjesi .
the ease as points are broufj eOsod cars Setefler 1&14. : Oeorge Hawkins
the are*
winter resident made In Bontti op by attorney This monIg'1 The real lames to they Soul NICIO 4ode&ree ornery Winston radio proredwref and aMmmary Haue! : _
IBM bad .
c be las belting was cut abort becaose cf want service staitane to sell Carlcte. morals charge .Ioft.
(I e
si-cs Address
borne :
ound Jofcs Sbuff are
ear tnt.. INS ," remarked According to ,
Coo. CTtaln-1 anal cars Vets A* Wtnta-a RocheO. wonhlea
movtne then Rao from The case is op OB apfieal from a mater of lad. he added."aware Slit. and George Geister, City..- State_ ZIP
retired ducks and James Thomas
Ohio. He was MonlctpeJ Court wbere the ordtasiMe I* asilsUM Ore chief, ttU cosec
radios work JI_ _y client praMbtted from .. Cares mega possession... of via be fallowed: by other lee. Si-n I it: /f'f
U survived by hi* widow, lad at regular M.aaltJy ;
drug
Inc cart; 1 N4 just. u;Hal via Toreasio dliositlW2 Item lar' Mnrloee4 area" _-IACI.A Enclosed I is ny check (of $_

dG La'sstpe tirrourpXYTf Tega I&Id'"JIt Pantplnto's state A4'.p..b, n ...... +. |WUIt "apm IXMSO" U levtattvely .
s matWr LW ( c'liLcr license ,,, sell eeed car* wWW plsnned el the fire Ma.
Church funeral arrane. be mewed silos the *"U) /1f'"Ii Ice reel Oplonaa.: are present.H .
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edlae st the K liars urn nave a lousy at toe. end of Ow soiree infanesry. .d. d 4...._.
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Eastp l By ALICE REDENBAUW 1f' -' Burch Making Barry Mad


Well, guess whetl We're get. dry but :someone answered our WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Burch: was hand-picked for hie-
tine tile Christine splrltl And cries of help and pretty soon st fii Barry Qoldwater was describedby post by Goldwater.
no wonder! Christmas lights are now we can again call it ".... r close associates today assaying Although congressional lead.
coming on ill over town. Our tiful Lake Kelly," ;r ? angrily that the drive ers had discounted the controversy .
two and a halt year old grand Mrs Dan Carnes WeetPalm / against Dean Burch is really over the chairmanship,
son, Kirby, helped ue trim a Beach called on Mrs BUI Grant i aimed at hm: and critics are Ooldwater was depicted as feeling .
tree. We broke a few bulbs and last Friday evening and the two reI "1I0t going to push me out of the It is a test of whether "these
had tinsel aU over the floor but friends of long standing had a Republican part)." people are going to push me out
good visit The defeated GOP preslden. of the party."
what matter!! It was fun A'
and that boy's eyes were lit up teal nominee told influential Re. And MUUr said the only
Ilk* the tree lights I HI Y'ALL i 4' r ri publicans who talked to him at grounds for removing Burch
We want to correct a mistakewe Wellll! How about this? I i r1 his Phoenix home recently he is now "is not his performance but
made In last week's column We've found some more....Hoo.. r solidly behind Dean Burch because he Is a symbol of Gold.
We said that Grange Memorial lers They are Don and Betty \ / uirman of the Republican natnr witter. This party is not going to
Hospital was In Saint Pet and It Green and daughters, five-year ) ,ii committee Bui'en's oust. become a strong party by kick.
lent sol Patricia Qraber Is receiving old Beverly and month-old .. n rs II > as been sought by some elements log Sen. Goldwater out."
: her nurses training at Barbara. The Green family come : t1I of the party; Including a The view that the drive
Orange Memorial at Orlando.Mr. to us from Indianapolis, Ind., J ( rcaorltof the IS COP gover. against Burch Is really directed
and Mri. M. J. Benfleld and are living at 1313 Barblcon l L ; nors and governors.elect. at Goldwater was challenged by
of Rainbow Cove are having out. I Court In Brookside They are Burch returned to Washington Gov. Robert E, Smylle of Idaho,
of-town guests for several days. I the new owners of the Suds and Thursday night alter a conference chairman of the Republican
They are Mrs and Mrs. Earnest :Duds Coin laundry, so stop by in Phoenix with Goldwaterand Governors Association.
Church and family from Rhod. and make their acquaintance. S Rep. William E. Miller of "Nobody's trying to kick Sen.
hiss, N C. ( also Mr. and Mrs I Quest all Indiana la migrating 4 New York, who ran for vice ator Goldwater out," said! Smy.
W.O. Benfleld from Hudson I down here! i iA president. The national chair. lie Thursday in Boise, "but
N. C. The outof4own Denflelds Mr. and Mrs Val Ripley of t man said after the conferencehe there are some people trying to
will also be visiting with Mr. and :Hawthorne Court are leaving to. has no intention of resigning get In."
Mrs. M W. Benfleld who live Jay for Jacksonville where they before a showdown vote of con. Smylle, who advocates
on Christopher Court at Rain will spend the holidays Their fldence benore the National Burch's dismissal, said "Whatwe
bow Cove I lon.lnJaw, F. G. Grubb, came CnmmlHaa .Jan.-- -92-9l--.!. .In'4 Phl-"'-"tt.Co. -.- need U a party that excludes
U you wonder, as I did, where down I to drive them back and they nobody and Includes everyone.
Rainbow Cove Is located, it is irlll spend Christmas day with Induct Today he turns his attentionto This Is what Mr. Burch's lead.
that very nice area back of Brook 1 their daughter, son-in-law and Jaycees a meeting with the party's ershlp cant give us. This Is why
side t tI two: grandchildren, Gage and Sue finance committee to take up he should (to."
I Grubb. 14 New MembersNaples the 196 budget.
RIGHT AT HOME Happy birthday to Mary Kline I Leaders who have talked to
We stopped In Naples new Cot.Ve THINK her birthday wa Jaycees had a busy Goldwater describe the Republl. Lafajette'i Remains
ton Shop Wednesday night and 'rhursday We spoke with her meeting Wednesday night when can nominee as an angry man The Marquis de Lafayetteis
made the acquaintance of owners ion I Jackie and he told us that they Inducted 14 new membersInto who believes that he rallied all buried in Picpus cemeteryat
Janice and Ronald Hlrshberg. I ihe drove her husband, Jack, to the organization at their of the party conservatives in Paris. France. At the time
The Hlrshbergi live at Palm I Miami to board a plane for Chica.go. regular dinner meeting at the getting more than 28 million of his death the state of
Lake Trailer Park and say that I From there, he will go to Naples Elks Club. votes Goldwater was said to be Virginia shipped the earth
already they feel right at home :I its parents home at Walkerton, TOP PHOTO shows the new determined that Burch should with which he was covered to
in our area. They formerly II,. I iid, and plans to drive them members with George Reardon, not be ousted because he feels It France so that he might lie
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ed at Bradenton and own a dress I I back! to Naples. Jack's parents left, state vice-president for the would be repudiation of him eternally under American
shop there. Working for the ire I Mr and Mrs Delbert Kline Mrf 15th District, who Inducted them personally. soil
Hershbergs their Fifth Avenue ind will be spending the winter Into the organization. They are .
store Is a Naples girl, Mrs. Ivy :here in Naples 4 from left, Tom Depenbrock, Don
Jean Nebus, formerly Ivy Jean Mrs Ladles Bargo's mother turn Felde, Gary Hauchen, Bob iIa '
Cadenhead. Mrs. J N Watson arrived last "r DeVogt, Paul Harrlgan Wade
Mr. and Mrs Bud Dunham and reek from Spartanburg.lth8firdau&t&ter Boehner, Dr. Robert Dllbone, : c :
daughter Wendy of Lake Kelly, to spend some time rl Charles Blschel, David Lang, .r1 *
spent several days at Fort Lau. & and family. Terry Hansen, George Booker, r
derdale. While there, Mrs. Dun. Ernest Burlingame, Phil Darby.
ham entered the hospital for sur JUST DUST shire, and Richard Minnick.
gery and is reported "do. That "white Christmas)" look MIDDLE PHOTO Fred
log nicely". all along the Tamlaml Trail is Schmucker, left, receives ., r. I \ rr'a.r
Mr. and Mrs C. E. Furr are DUST on the trees and bushes "Sound Citizen"award from Pre.
new residents In Lake Kelly. and NOT snowl Guess the trail.er sldent Marvin CecU for the interest .
They have been coming to Palm parks, motels and all business he has shown in civic
Lake Trailer Park for several places will give a great, big affairs, by attending meetings of
winters but recently bought anew hooray when they finally have the City Council, School Board,
mobile home and moved Into It nice: black pavement in front of County Commission and by par.
Thursday Welcomeloournelgh. their places. tlclpatlng in "get-ouUhe-vote"
borhoodl Several members of theSentor campaigns

Citizens organization have come LOWER PHOTOS-Left, Bob
BIRTHDAY PARTY out to the Brookside Billiards and Ellett, Fort Myers branch manager .
Miss Barbara Grant of First are finding It as relaxing and of the Peninsula Motor Club
Street was the guest of honor at pleasant as bowling. $ was guest speaker at the meeting
a party for her 13th birthday This weuk I saw a Santa Claus flrYfflG and showed a "safety" movie
Friday night It was Just the sitting In a seagrape tree. Bet + At his right is Ken Schryver
right kind of night for a wiener he doesn't do that anyplace else who Introduced him. In the lower %
roast, lots of Pepsi-Colts and but In Florida. right picture, precedent was 1
the special treat was large cake I realize that I've been gonea 1)) L LIrp broken when Mrs. Mary Craw.
decorated with pink and white lot this weak so U you have ]D ford, chairman of the New Year's
roses and Barbara's name! The called me with news Items, .Eve dance committee of the Jay.
following friends attended: M au. please call me again and we will L1Aa I cee Wives organization: was' al.
reen Woodson, Jack Dysert Jim. put It in next week Also, 1 will lowed to attend the meeting and
my Jones, Billy Clark Tony try to stay home more and writea .' explain plans her group have
Whldden Tony Hunter Anita better column .fird made for New Year's Eve.NEWS
Boquist, Tommy Gene Ludlow, Have you read Dale Evans _::ae photos)
Johney Frey, Judy Oliver, Bar. Rogers "Christmas Is Always"? _
bara Motes, Patricia Johnson, In it she says, and I quote: Symbol
Karla and Kena Minnick, Eric "Christmas is always God is mee Pawnbroker's
Relnertsen Tony Rosbaugh.Orln always, God Is giving. Nut Juston The three golden balls
Combs Jackie Oliver Esther one day does God's gift arrive, symbolizing a pawnbrokers
Curry, Pamela Culda, Billy Ed. but always constantly day by shop originated I with the
wards, Paulette Bryan and Char. day hour by hour lie causes Lombardy family England
lotto and Barbara Grant Christmas to happen with the first great money lenders. DOWN FROM CANADA Mr. anal! Mrs. I. II
Billy Clark was host to a spectacle of little snow covered ( The balls also were the coat. Campbell). of Toronto fishing in tin- Gulf
.Jt.1 tijov
party of friends when he celebrated trees mountainsides, in August is a of arms of the Medici family
Graters In front of the Hdircnnter Bench .
his 13th birth-lay Guests and July, Hetrlmsthemwlth the richest I merchants and Apartment
were Barbara Motes, Mickey and a color and a glory that makes lk greatest money lenders of Hotel!. Mr Campbell .is n p.irtnor in the
Tommy Turner and Charlotteand our hearts leap up as we behold Florence Italy investment film of Bill, Goumlock & Company,
Barbara Grant. them He gives unstintingly and Limited
Residents of Lake Kelly are constantly vt Christmas beauty to
happy to see their lake filling us all, U we have but eyes to see."
upl I t had almost been pumped See you next week.

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Chance To Earn Livina t\ -':-=-::; 'l1! t r;:r, weer, Jt'"j>1J
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BOSTON (AP) At the age teach Signore to wear shoes \ ,.... I J. .... !
of 51, Joseph del Signore finally As years went by he steadilyprogressed .':..1 : .
has struggled to a place In so.clety and developed a !r-='.L'II _" __ _':. _I..t. .L ,
PINCH PENNIES with the help of adedl. high degree of manual dexteri.
fated woman. ty. He wove rugs and earned l\;
Signore Is a blind deaf-mute money to purchase a Braille
WHEN IT COMES TO who spent 30 years In menial watch. I rI7:: 7i I .
Institutions because no one Five years of work by Mrs.

Could communicate with him Eagannov with the aid of the ... .."r.
He begins work today at a State Division of the Blind rnt.w.ade..rrri2tr "4 :r t_m s.esarf: a _t LfJJ
YOUR PRINTING
workshop for the blind in Cam. brought Signore to the point
bridge where now he can communicate
Signore, born In Boston of im. by using his fingers can countto
migrant parents, had no way of 10 and can write !
indicating to people that he was And the man once considered y'Irv..es
; of above-average Intelligencewith "assaultive and dangerous' is
an KJ of 115 now described as having a ttreae., r.r.:
bt ; t Nt\U Because he could neither see, "wonderful sense of humor an
... f '" nor hear, nor speak, Slgnore eager learner very cooper
.. C was treated as mentally retard tlve." And he has a Job.

ed,
At the age of SI he was com.
t PRINTING DIVISIONMttJ milted to Wrentham Stale Ho*, Which size Savings Bond you should buy..and why
: petal and 10 yean later was Liberty County
transferred to Boston State Hos.

\\\ petal Registers 62 1. Starter sue for steady savers 3. Perfect for bonuses tax refunds
One official at Boston State Small enough to be habit.forming; big and other windfalls. Grows into a tidy
/ \ Hospital said Signore spent enough to count up fast Ideal gift sent egg of $200 st maturity; costs
years In Isolation because be Negro Voters Worth $29 at maturity, sells I for only only $ISO.
was considered "....ulU" and $IS.7S.
6. For big.tune savers and amen
TALLAHASSEE (AP- lxty. 2.
Increasingly
dangerous.In popular SIM and very
SQUEEZES THEM usa, Rachel Sagannov two Negroes became the first big with Payroll Savers Only $9 investors.excellent You get guaranteed interest .
went to work at Boston State Negro registered voters ia Lib weekly buys one month comfort. security! And yourmoney's
FOR YOU BY BUYING Hospital as head nurse in SiC erty County la eight years ably Worth ISO at maturity; sells for Worth $500 available at maturity when you seBs need for it
; onto
nor.'. ward. Wednesday. only $J7.50.
J7$.
$
PAPER IN VOLUME MHe was quite a sight, romp Thin leaves only Lafayette 3. BnnJ-ntw size For people who '
leg down the halls," she' re. 'County without Negroes oo the want te buy more than a WO Bond 7. 'f his one s fine for pert of an h*
AND WATCHING PRODUCTION called. roter list. but not quite a $100 one. It's worth surance settlement> Worth $1,! X) at
",Ie hadnt had a !hair cutter County registrar Mrs. Bessie $?6 when it matures in 7>, yean maturity; sells for only $750.
COSTSTELEPHONE several years and people Reese helped the Negroes reels. Sells for just "..21. .. Good place for reserve funds* /
eouldnt get near him to shave'I ter. She said the last time they 4. If you're in a hurry to build up buMfMMMS pennon fwnd< *. oedhs
him "He was very primitive, very t to so much harassment they one a month for t years and you'll commercial banks. Oood for
M I. 2.2107 afraid. He kept away from other isked'I her to unreglster them. have $...&56. Each Ia i worth $100 at you too when you happen t* have
people and ran away from This time, registration went maturity sells for only $75. $7S 00.
TO BUDGET YOURPRINTING some H iff smoothly and with no more
i .. Saganitov kept trying to1 ihaa a couple of comments from
get through Slgnore. rittte bystanders Help yourself while you help your country
Eventually Signors learned to Congress of Racial Equality
recognise her by the feel of herring leld' secretary splver Gordon BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
4 and watch "One day," she''ind field workers SU echsler:
4I I said, "I forgot my ring and Joe!adney Daniels and hvtdDuks .

dfcfct know who I wan" I Itt led the Negroes to the .J n. I A f.......... .r ... 'r.' rte, .._,...... ,.. ,....... MnN.r.r \
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Maple Leaf Flag



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OTTAWA (A*) A maple

test flag should be flying <"\ erCatMtfo.
THRU WANTS ADSMIDWAY

"s 10 M provincel promised l lChrtStmat i\l\ mm


Prime Minister Lester B. Pear.

MB In his campaign againstyraejchCanadian '

separatism" YOUR NEEDS

rte Senate voted 38.23 Ti III i '.

4' 8 fey Bight for the red ami "Ii i lit'i

mafia leaf banner The II<" israt
-. CHECK THESE ADVERTISERSANTIQUES
Commons approved tin lit'"

-. fl.f Tuesday Only I routuuproeeamatlon .

by Queen Elu.a. I

Announcements 17-Child Care 48-AptsI' For Rent 57-Houtes For SaleM beth 11 Is needed to make the DRUGS LAWN CARE


VEHA'S: BEAUTY SALoN Middl, f4 rn4tnotHr? will I bedroom. lit* tt North flac official CALL
Fully foroeahod SMITTY'S PAWN SHOPY PRESCRIPTIONS
It will have a single red int. R ,. E'ZZI .
1071 7th St South 00 tby *mini for limit; bath I Mka from beachAvailable Move R ght InI TOM _
Corner of 11th Av. t7th tlon call Ml I 7MI Jen tfcreugh March badroem. ? .: ., Qoed ..erage. pie leaf on a while background, 'in I** "-

Street. MI JIM7 T V 'able. Adult* no pt Electric kitchen Utility flanked by two rid panels$ King l ACCURATELY.J
.l/ll tf 271 $105 Ave Southbedroomnicely It/if let room eareenod porch. Oaracaheat .., Alr* rl R..J LAWN. & SHRUBCARE
tit: V Queen Elisabeth' PiomjK Fro Dollvor*
UNIFORKISS3 $ 23-Misc. For Sal. end Air Cond IlL George ,
II to M M All ana Itinea I f i I "n""ed' tXM down lit per month grandfather, proclaimed thru, 0 DON'S.
Cntr of town Too r or Total. No doting coat ,
..re.*nd ana Iars.*. W. hava added FOR SALE Mn Ml ,. TI. I /ll'MFuran IIM 1JTH STREET NORTH maple leaves the emblem of GUn J.-..lr, A..Hej. .ee LIGGETT REXALL

LINNIES UNIFORM SHOP ALUMINUMPRESS >hd I bedroom dslpl.o Move rght In Canada In 1911 ja ,lo. Snopolnt Center ?.}1:3t 11I'0'-' a."

IS3tl.ndrSt.Ft.My.rs. '10. or chlldros'' ,. Bedroom' newer homo Largo Since that time Canadian
70ITI PLATES :r02.rt closed Florida room, good atorago. BARBER SHOPS EXTERMINATORSNAPLES
electric kitchen. utIIKy! servicemen have worn the .m., SERVICE STATIONS
NEW I cod I .bedroom ....''v,. room wttn toilet carport Near blem shoulder
24V. 36" as a patch on
x "..h'" "",,,*' *. Air Conditionod Lake Park School 111 MOTerm ROSSI e.rb. Skips PEST
Boats-Motors, Acc... Ideal for Ousted fully co,. for rllbl buyer their uniforms However Mrv.Icemen's ., fQT.d5 Puck it. Ml.J.4449 CONTROL BOB'S
Vrly I..si. Mill CfMt organisations Joined a Thr** N.Slac Porb.50PduLIS5n0001745
- t'oi: ADrfmnt. UO UN M .
ODAYFIb.rit.s. VINCE CONBOY SERVICE SERVICE
1.lIbo. Hunting lodges North. I U48.( t.II7J. and i 140*. members 01 the Conservattvt
Fish Ra.los, 'I. a.S74S party In a vigorous campaign Two Meater Berber .. '''" '< T STATIONliI.c
Camp
DOS CHRIS CRAfTS tit 5'h Ac5.,45 .P.rbwuy against abandonment of the flat Open S-SilO e.tei SuMn hen,< RoW Sorvico40tO
Uaad Boata Boat Brokerage & 49 Houset For Rent Pl'aIsJ e" duly
Roofing Siding Fnd Cry REASONABLE RATES
trunk Smith Chrla.Craft. I bedroom ) .beth: furnl hed. Wider which they had gone Into uI Woidan, ,
Hu'u'ih WO.4
Martin MIIJTJJII In "*... Park Would conHIr .NortH T.oll Ml I
Rob Excellent Insulation J 2 Xtf
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SEASONAL MENTAL renting to rolnbl. tonont Ml battle in two world wars the -'. Uslc1 Hal, vi'. 1..11 Pa, or Nlhl 51.2.7690INSURANCE
t W4 11/. tf red ensign which has the Unlim
.2tt buya a dandy IiI1b.r- 25cea. 1936 end up p*. .**in
.1.u .boot. M hp Homilit, 4 1 Bedroom. t bath. Don. Oa Jack In the upper left quadrant CLEANERS SHOE REPAIR
l *ngin plus I wtr 'ki*. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS BECK ,.... t Ton Air Conditioner and
f.f:17. MARLOWE AND Although proclaimed:
never
ckst$' o'd. Curt..n I. 'op: Din w.."., FurnuhMl or un
Coil .1130 .b.tori '. 30 0 "'. 0' Un'v.s.I Stwing Machine, REALTORS Iurnhhd III. 100. 135 14th Av. the national flag, It has been JERRY'S JAECER INSURANCE *
2 *751 ."., 10 in IZtf blond cabinet good condition 41} Fifth' Av*. So to ,000no I 0471 "PO If accepted Internationally as such r t l1vtf:
New teinlea atael well oven Ml I I.Hit, 1401.. I SMIClo DRY CLtANINCM IAVI 0"BU... P4y55tAuu. :
1ii-Cr.ft; I .ncloted ... since a Liberal government in,
ae m Ml' I Mtl U/ll It '"
.
dan twin brows, e."wr. Ice *. t* Gulf and Golf. >p*. 1944 ordered It flown all ONE DAY /o' I'j SOUP 0015155.0,51 CM11 .r ." '"
boa: .. .. .. head A good: buyNaplea Boy tt Inch Idol,, b,cycl*. Claus I Bedroom House >... 58-lots For Sale over SERVICE 154015 SolWOHK.. ,:;." .
tM"ln. Corp. Ml I S7U- rood condition MI 1J17S .on.1 0' y..rtp I..... 1411 M... government buildings /11'A' It 0"0' LINtUR S

| It/It ..ttGla coo 0'1". Coqalco Iond. IIv 000, ItO 0*. booth front In a move to appeaue' those 150.0 'A'l' Ml I-'n. AHANTKtD'
442 6th Ave.So. MI. 2.7370
I wfl.or, iViiheI thewtr door for tub. t bedroom hou**' tomplel.lvfurnithed : lot. .n lonlt. back 'oU' ..". still faithful to the Union Jack III tin 4*. 5,. Ml I HOI
er end Trailer and 41 lion.M.cvy Prtbl Und"rwood typewriter eentrcllv tocotwT: I UNIT APARTMENT SITES
the House of Commons by i
motor. All In A Iihepe Klectri tewing mchm. .
s.a.oool! rent HIM plus utill block to baach ....
for J..p Staten Wagon. Blcupunkt' I *"*..., r.d,e, W... l..l. Ml t77'. II/I8 tf money. try HUM owner n. vote of 182.33, approved Thursday ., DRIVE INS JEWELERSMEADORS' UPHOLSTERYPIIOLSTERY
I S 5357. 12/ti St nut atationa ovartaaa Ml
J.747*. It/It It North Nple -'F.rlal. or Severe! Iota In Pert Royal etIt3t a proposal to fly the Union 8"U.1Vll
II It. open euitom built beet : Root. Beautiful, I ....'oom. i. eric*..Hvndraee .1 old. Jack also as a symbol of all.. kfl I.t. I TROPICAL
41 HP electric Mercury motor. ITS terrifir the wv w. ,. nil bath unfurniihid homo with lots In price brocket w" :; ""
every
lop Blue Lv",. for cleaning glance to the crown and mtmbershlp \ .
lea bottom, vary feat tM. lerae playroom' awlmming pool V It" U'HIjLlTUYt.
(enwn Port Marco Ml '."14. rua end upholatery Pont electrie and *>tr* '' utility room RANDOLPH. FULLER Reeltor In the commonwealth "" '.
'I: "'V" 1L' \
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04'1
U/ll tf ahnmpooer $1 Naplea Fur t10arolo w .|050 achool PALMER HARRIS Aaeociata '
nltura Co. U/ll at 01 par me Call till or Crayton Covo Napl*. Fl*. At one time, Pearson said the '=t; "" t=:.t; :: JEWELRY .:::

IuD... It/11 tf Day I.IMS Iv.. I Mil fate of Ml Liberal party' eon. Sa.c.2p.. .....4ipslopo .. (1 -' 'JIllf

Business Oppt.TEXACO. 26-Personal Protty Oaaroash.d. cotl... ...., For 'CIU\' Ualfl and trol rode with the maple leaf Fop tea/II, I.U'O out *rwr MI i tots f bIh fSTlllllATUS"

L.n' V.ch' H.Ito oily w. Country honoslt.t. too Behind Pearson's drive for North Trell o.'tfd: lOop 110.10.Everyons m FlfTN AVI IOCOILIIR .,t. Si. N.. M, .2- U03
INC. 00.. T.V. 0.51. boson. MI
Valuable, franchlae available on ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS '.'73' ., MI WI7. "/17 II CARIBBEAN REALTY the new nag was his desire to
new ultra.modern I Sep ..", Ice Men er women ItS drinkingprealemat REALTORS placate French-speaking Quo.
.,.tlon of ..1.ln.1! archltectur I A.k fr hlp kycollna 17M No. Tamiaml Tr. Ml t till COUNTY NtWS Napla Fli I., Pride DOl. .", IS I I"
"' .
; H.-d. The NEWS *
.., bee A move to break aWl) 9
.1 I .n now under conatruc "Ml 7-4151 Viltr 50-Rooms For Rent
tion corner U S. 41 end Collier rdllly I wolc..o.dU..IIaI.in .. Waterfront 'lots Acc... to Gulf from Engllshupeaklng Canada
County Courthouea NepleaThia Flret' Boptlat Church Ann and Inland walerwey |I7Mnonth -
110"
Room for root 'n '
.t.tl000H.r..c.llet I"vll. .100 "own. sn per Col also has developed in Quebei r x. .,
oa on |th St et 7lh Ave. I. workIng soon 0, W000A. UII .
profit, med volume "", .nt"l! to every Tuea. und P',. night 375$. 1111 II lair. County "..ltv It/. tf and there were demonstration

qualified nOC..II.Individual.Pld l.pol.nconot training 5, H30 P.M.36Want.d. Room end ao.rd. P50.1 MIHUI. f i TERRACE t>R. NORTH In Quebec City last October duro, EGLER'SORNER

program and financial aitiltance 11/ tl tug the visit of Queen Ell tabs!h,
available. Teieco IneFt .. I Re.ldentlel loIs. M allS* ***hCloee .
Myera. fl.. DayaCD'4122. To Buy .In locatien City water Conservatives In Commons K
avanlnga Wg I323t. 12/2 tf 51-Wanted To RentS available, Good Investment for led the singing of "Rule Brltan.
builder. Offered at Si.OOt for :
Ud pickup truck wanted : Dy HAZEL ADRAIUMilONI I; J
nla" when the Jack .
Union
L.... of anper once .....',,. Good condit,on. ttahlmon Prop the package Shown by appoint motlon "
of financul, backing. Qua! or S bedroom MUM fur ", .nt. was approved Thursday'
lots artiea Mmtnnc Itll 3rd
Ity business allied with con at_ So. Co. /M tf nithed outald I city lImIts. AssoclotciLudllll night. There was no emotional !! . e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e .e es
fl.ld. to IIM' per month
.
fraction end remodeling rllloxvIl4 : ,." Stardom .
VI
Ott. -
Cell jm c.llct0or. .
Appreciate Individual willing outburst In the Liberation .
: W""t
Nobl.
: 38-Autot For Sale noon* 17/U M :
to Ret In etfviaory capacity Itraqueated trolled Senate when the maple
.
Reply P O Box I furnlhed houo Inood
lOW Naple' Fla. H/it M TOP GRADE USED CANS Completely no : t bedroom DEWEY POLLY leaf was approved. .i
Hone::
a bath Ml S ISM PINE LANES Pines Franc Hair and I
IMMEDIATE INCOMEFOOD COLLIER COUNTY ll/lt it52.R.al REALTY Dealfns Mtrle Weaver. Wanda Jones
MOTORS 81i 100 series In the DIg Cypress aaittas Helpers) Cltta (I.Chrl.t.>. was the sharpshooter of the

4 BEV DEALERSHIPPART Mixed League Wednesday mas Dells, Cloves and Oorwln morning when she converted the
R ealtarCorner
r452'52cu1, ui, tiT: Air Oeo Oewey Polly with
OR FULL TIME CooS |79S firm Will t... Estate WantedWant 11 Aol No andTamiaml a night, all rolled by m.n. the Shell. difficult 4.7.10 split.Rose'e .

Mr I ouproun 4 floor oppor tmllr eir In ,.*.. ... LMPtn Trail I highest by Paul Wlrtham using A rake baked b' a memher of

belly I erimen or woman tomk *. Wood Chrylr Plymouth to buy In or near Naplet Ml 24354hibVilWtX'R Iowcost s SIS fame to reach a BM.Cloee the NWBA brought In 121.80 to Texaco moved Into a
mll 4 Ml Hill or Ml 241M Small 'hou** or cotttie' Writebefer
medium monv place rvlng of bc.in.cs' with ,".. torn \tl\1 M Dec 10 to D.vTd Brick El Corner behind to lake second honors was the ...aO'IIIIIoIand arttod. tu the lie for the fIrst place lId in the
of Ird tt a 4 h Ave Sort
R F D *>. Llgonicr. P..
, built, in dowsed who n AD fun of '
4 tin lltOI Beautiful lot 100'alto* ) WANT Harley Etoneburner who shut a the day. Wednesday night Merchants
Invent 12600 for materiel*. BUICK CENTURY HT blocka to the .beech Ki.*llentlocxien I19.5S2. followed Bill Stone
1958 by 4CunfratuUtiona+ + .
cqulpt 4 Inventory In a bual Prom ownr. lane .buildln( lot urrunded .k/ lovely League when they won three gam.et .
neo that can be na 'arge aa .. with a 101.848 Georce Porter are In order
andrt tract Nr Bo- home Offered at It tMCh from the fire birds who werepushed
YOU are able to make It. Contact d.5 .odltl.0PeI( *' .' alto. Ft Moors or NiplM R er trm ,
187.933 Dick Crliktott 207.529 .
Robert<<
S LII. $400soIlI Scud. nly to Collier County New. for Mr. and Mrs. Norman down Into fourth Burger
PO. Bon MM ......,.. Pie 0 ooo."ll leralgn, cor. CollMl .P 0 10. 1717 A.71. Ataoclat PUBLIC NOTICE and Art While 18 -B1'. Borne son Palsy secrettry of the I "It't"t the other first place

J-t242. ,,".111. On Noble-Wright Virgil, Mtrtum nice single fames rolled by the Sugar and Spire League) on tin I Ittm, lost two to R and K Re.

12-Help Wanted 55-Stores Office Th. Publl are 'Informed that thi' women were Edith Stone e 161, birth of a belay daughter Wed., creation who now occupy the

OK USED CARS DEWEY POLLY sodorsonod prnpoae II regleler Ih*Dorothy ttoneburner. 161, Mmday sIgN at IQOO p.m. Mo.i third SIM*. Otherwise the stand.
H.ed mm.dIoI.Iy, I nice orWOtOOi following ticlit. ,out nem under Ihlpertinent Mtrlya Boyd 168 lo 167
FOR RENT llonry
to take .v.r tales, Iron.Chs. Pier.d* tlaluUcoiLitf thor and baby are doing tine, Ings remain the same II when
Lr aloro or olfic onIth
.. for Pull., Brush Compan INGRAM CHEVROLET |Av* *, South (min spaci bumudittrict REALTY 'OliO a MINCUMVTli Gladys Porter ISO, perry Carr the evening started. Sunshine

In Collier County $9000 a week ) H block' from Flrtt type .( buuneet to bt .ng.adMl 148 and Jane Herren 1S7 The w.lI. we make the heuilltnei i 8uirt| look two from Mooring
to ...rt. Call. M,. Qentlllnl In Fl Rambler, Claaale. Super 4 NaIl' BankTHE 00 I II automobile MIM' lerviro endrapoir
Ft Mil.... WE 3314. .flr I: 30PM. dr ....n. R 1 H. .td '..n. GULf REALTY C.. Iro.Dwy, let Av Polly* No.Ri.ltorC and buameee. and other riletedIncidental Eliot Darks took lout point again as Wednesday morning wt' Teiaco, Yahl Bros two from
1I1Z' Ut priced right. Oil Ml I >MM .f. HI Ith Av. SouthO'fco Tamiaml' Trail endevor, to IM loaded from the Put Holes, The Swamp rolled a 218 game In the Sucar'Abbott Seawalls and Marvin's
TOe
I.r.s., II/IT it2ot4tmcd at Niple* florid nrihlp
MARCO BEACH HOTEL ipece* for rent Coed MilUM59Acreage ., the bualnei i* to h* veiled I'n Rats won three from Dob Cats, and Spire League to become t, Lawn liar,"' two from Lange

von. 'INI In Iko Itttion nw cndl W*. Jvtl Colony 1 IM Corp Ml Ith Aol ll/)So i iAiT' COlLltft Florid oorperetion COUNTY MOTOR- 10*. INC.I Colors three over Panthers, and member of DrooksUle I\OWl'alill> Pros Ro..'. Tsitco Ivtaome

Will Interview sppllcants .,on. ....In.' owner. .I..va 7', TIM CAITIfLealdent the While llerrons won three club. Also I pin will be forth. rolled the high loam score of
.k.<* In ..'.... ')1'". Ml (4171 Cond ode In th. STONE ", from the
for following potltlont BLDQ. M Tenth *t. No ".. Ill acre*. IOH in' SMITH, CARROLL VEGA Oipreys. coming from the NWBA for this i the night as lour of the five

Tuesday December 22 ftt Trn.7s--: tdio. Notr: 5)04. monthly rental .Include tl,* sOn* COLLIER l tN'T'; SHOWN i NICHOLS '1m.. WI fell flat on our tart> men turned In 800 ..... Bob
Ave toft antwerlni ttrvlc. WILLIAM B REALTY. ftHer "/,. tfIM Suite II. Belch Building ,
A.ca i
IIM the..rl..
last Otrtier
5. t the and thus with 206
a roll.
STONE. INC Ml I SHI. In of 836 Int Bunt game game
684 9th St. south, 0:30 .r S 0 m W\1 It Il/S to N.plM. Pier id* spIte a by
crn.I.tr.'lcr.r: Attorney* for fteglelrantII was only a 812 but high enough ied a SIlO, nip Rtnsone 117.
In the Oowlerettes Let ...
am. to Noon, 1:30 p.m. to A I Condition ISIS VoUtwxm Rood tt D.c It, II 1 lea t .421| bag 834
take Ehusbels 204.949
to honors the
Good rich firm lend See Jim for day Cindy Henry and
!It We S p.m. 7.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. fffivI't I'I'.m: ::: 57-Houte For Sale mio ".w.... tale, Mnger PUBLIC NEARING Nicholas could ,only spill Iwo Unison shot a nice 200, and tal. IXe Woltord$ e. The high.

MARLOWE AND BECK BULNHtAO LIPS lied a 809. Margaret Simpson eat Sfore of the algtil WILl roll.
and Jim's\
two with Vunoco who
Housekeeper II e s 11 s s, NEW HOME Kf
ItTABLIlMMf Dot(
Front Desk Clerk Wait- tl C.,.."' "' .nu Aui. Tr.ni II MCALTOfttt tl Broadway A public haenng will be held by had Sue Tlllman rolllnj a 161. rolled a using a 164 game, ad by John Plerry a M6 using
3 Chv N... 2 Spt, C** tMI Dth Avenu North. I Manhattan Building IK* bard of Count* CemmiMMmertI 461. Unite Lord's 207.SI7 and M. rge<< Thomas with a IM games of lob and 207, and Jack
Tosses and Bellboys. Ol Ply Kry W.j.n Al Pi .bedroom. > bath Air 4..nd cook. Aheeled Ivor,"ade* Cit PI.cIda" th* Cowrthoueo tail Neple, Plo scored a 503 ..,.... The three Raxlenuaugti. tossed s 219 good
BulH in oven and LJI Miller's all set led
61 I Ankli, e".k...o4r OX 11001 dl It 10 AM Taoday, Jnvry
Tteoe potitlont will be Air PS. Auto Tton lop unit. Disposal PolItIc .beam I It IHI !. conldr tblllininl. tOpics floor ConrlnIo.lhr... top loams lit the league the Nul. fur a S2fJ. Wes Hanson shot a
C1 f'4.,4.' PS F Vacuum Sytlem Situated onan I I1i c -V-m D of a bwJkhMd lint in comdlleM and all 211.S17 Carroll Arnold 201.
tvsilable Mid-Jan. 41 t AirN.wP.lnl Sages Paprikas a
,
.
hdd
.110' lot by
SI illPterMo win Dub's
Ills acre. or more. }l I. M ftelevation. with Chapter i; Ml tecllon nt one over Party 1IIIrr.
Ok trees. Shown by cppomtmnt Statute Th. won four points from their 638 Leon Bhyler an even 100
12/1S tf olmol frot fr**, pfopend bulkengineer Esso made It three rsber opponents .
Dr. over
tO tl) C'vlr fvihiOd 4 0,4. Sx'on h4.n Au only Prw PI.MiAnoclet with. oorfct natural drainage ..... lItsi .e I'. on sacit.ns I. 5. 7. to remain the same In and a 643, Roil Van Wyk s 10'7.lI09t .
? flair Really as Maria Hatcher
ttt S I IllS. Macsa lIE,
Short order took end I.hw..h. Trn. N. Piles' *. P 0rOrroDANIEL .c''r: ; Clyde floyd 201 .Ma Mike
w Collaor ;. A the standing of the ".CU". The ,
WIBSTrit orilal
Mar. HULL tn.o she* of 169 and 161 Cer
I umNoblo
or. Iorono' MI S 7300. nil tO I.ucMI* ON V"'I' fames ,
Prod Clerk R.. Pool (Hit. Ik, 04 I". "pcoposed 100 tod t .5. Cinnamons ".IIt while the Gin. Yahl a lit without a 200, and
.0 eyc".Hotv u Wrifht Aolte. ............ SO I'". 04hc. 04 SIte Casoll tie Dunn hit a lee and Marie ,
Mirvln Wek M,k* CownMrgi or et me .IIet or rriCounty Thomas 114-477. while Ruby gen were lotlngtll (lour,to move Pete W"ks ell loner.
13-Help Want. Female N."h T>oll Ml. IMS DEWEY POLLY Ch.,..,. Engineering. Inc Neole. up a notch In the at.ndtnll.llofM bond were a bit higher lathe
Davit Blvd 4 V.B. 41 Ml f ItUTO '1. during ...v.... working. hour limo was high for the losers
BOARD OF with a la& u. The leacue other olre soores rolled ..,., first Florida Cubic t...
(. 0.1.. REALTY acres en Stale H..h.., COUNTY COMMIttlONgRtMergeret 162 rolled
Yoao0 tf 1I1..ln| with by LUIlM Mawby, Its and cue with two SCO's Harry
4l-Trucl TradonTIIUCK. lit. tot with five peer to payS CeI"or Casanfy 0150141 leading Pampered Pondles
eheno ..lt*. t**' 'r>'h'. oar*. dlrt.
"..1.4.. *l film tint. N.w ,tI' O'. G.Corner.. Oewey let Sos.Polly N Roe*. and Nor .ln** In JJOMflANCtVLPH N W CeetfyDM T Stt, Clerkgy 176 and Ill and a 408 .... by Pelvis Aflena lit by Jo Pow. I IS and 212 gained a eau In

eve. See AI,. .,.tt. CollUr "Ich".'.. 14so Trials start ItIt. Tamiaml Trail MAKItlt rULLIf Aoolt MMrAlMtM CIlr0 three points from Mr Sin and ell, IM.461 by Major Turner, 187 takt honora for the night, and

Cunty N.... LU'f QMC INC td*> Ml I43MJ ... NplM. f I* I. II, l tOil 50$ Landscspiftf who had Jeanne by Reva Carr, 176.481 by Dewey W right came in with gam.as .
421 1 RIO SI N. N...... Bedroom-CBS Cett|.. Lk Day'r.C. LVI. IMtlh Moulae: WUlUms 110-492 by of 229 and 216 and a 611
Wntd. cl..... ty.it ind,/.. Tmporry. *.d.Mobile .r..* *re.t: ...*, Kwik Cool :fJf'I': : INYINTION TO Veensctioten rolllnf 163 fame.
*tnogrphar. ,.,..,.... I tMI 51571.| SMI down |IM per moIn P; r.ss or aol1 1S.roo. FICTITIOUS NAMlTO Anne Sharp was the stiarpafiu/t. Mary Kline, 172 by Louise Wol. serial Ike Wolford provided
flits ItI4.cdr.n.r **(* *. IM Mh Avenw 11I..1 fw traIl.,. Had' SI 0*. 00C.504 MM.**'intt dee t>*rby eert ford, 148 by Rhett bigrtm lie the thrills of the night when he
<<- Homes S*.. Ml tllli.. IIlot P.0.0. ,fy iht *. ** ftonewetmg oil er of the night Converting buSh
rro.t. T'i' lr"l1 ,_.. by Anne Wynn 186 by MM UivU rolled eight straight It rill.. lathe
lot .... 50000)Salon. DUPLEX furmthefI call 000.oo UI / Mll *MMM *l NplMm the 4.5.7 pltt and 00 e 2.6.7 ,
MI S 5072. *2/Il 01 ,.., completely ,.010r 500 Ol5lI45.o 000 04 II YIN Ill by Lynn Myert Ill by Betty third of the league
W 1II.,0It I. t Ilk* front kedroem ech .>d*. tOlls A.. ocre ...... |(00 down ont ItIALT .nd ".., load 0ut .0 OIdP.pesad game
Challenging diversified _... KM* Lk* Hdly I.. *IUUll North' 1)5340THOMAS) *5.00 ,ei eiontli. No Iot.ist$3o.oo. sO Ohs Iil'e.' pes oOaoi Celts, 157.45J by Ida! poyer, 167 The ninth frame saw the tenpin

I.,,,I .... If you don.t went to tf Hi Park "E South McSRIOE. Ml II.I.M4BUOOET ".<. On. .11. Ir.. 0W.nCf 0100 0.4 plans. ;t rsiIsiso44 BROOfCBIDE DOWLAnother by Winds Jones, and I7M*4 by stand and Ike made his spare,
work dent apply. MI ttlM w.,... _.11 Stiod SIor.H000 :lIv. ,0/h' ndy. l5 0,050.5:
? NWBA ChrWmts Fun only to in the letith and
U/ll toJwr ch SM *r wrrl B.Hyoyb MINDED .III*' C.nf S oplltt A Sapa'I spare
.. c. ;, Solos. Aoo OSIrlO.Noplos Tournament has ariose 266
IS J;ye Just lo down with F HA forma come | come In with a big game
0
orator and. ", :"':'''Mla..ir.: :; move* you nvto o new I bedroom PloradIOocevnltlp of said OwItseco. to IS0.0I and ISIS one as Ifl the pest wasa be bottom a member 01rouhl4e'

54041 11/. It hu 00 7 Mock hem from. 5abSOclI 61-'lrxom* Property .. big aurcets. UJof2Tleams 260 Hub Because

Secretarial _,..... ooen for 4S TfsiUn for Kent convenient Net *to protect everythingRANDOLPH and SUNDRY STORE II loophos as ddai A IOSoa4po 5.yor Ie 1047 45% II Illo were entered I* this event which of a tlow ttart and bed first

Mono Bech Met el. tyelnganorthand. : FULLER Reader flbli..>e.. M VuedorbaN CI..k of SIlo Cirs.t C0crt ,a asd was a classified lovrntmomt.Prltet game, his series would add up

Send .r*and im.aeeieting*nd pxturo ovditor M"Pr.ootoIy' I v"d.... II*t o Lao.M holly Kou*. PALMER NASPIS A_.*'. modieto Sooth icIoSl.aW Inaomo. l,> :: Oaa.ooadooposfblyR CoIl., Cowt.0p 0109100 50.'tATV 0 ) for the moot spllti, moot to no more lit 370 Walt
.ieSOns.0.
. Itlcnd Oevetoomentt4 trilr Air .*nd.. <*ntrl b.*.. ?' COOS Np<** Ft* .. utter bells and for
221 202
Marco ; I "nd" .p.0054004 sO ( no reason at Hrehm abut a : and lora
,". M tooth T.... petition TV c.y fwn Lr, Day too. toss MARLOWE AND BECK > ,. Lou > ,-.. A.. WiWWitneee
... -
mid.JanUll yotd Sooll ... O..r wlIi'W" all, were riven assvrlnf ever/ U4 and AI) 1la.| a 214.161U
will be available .
hand thi letkj
i.r-o, iiWill t,... my geyaf
'- $1.50. REALTORS .
tf MI.L": Novemkor JMa oneofsomeklsidofapra. and KralUng and gone tptlt with
toy 55000! ,n t Bit ..r *ondin 4tl f>l tn Av*. So
Attractive young led'y. thoroughly ,_ 000w arty for your MI jim. UMSJ. JMSJ }TfPHfN A agVfR si the same lime, the hlk bowlers Ttam "0. B who had the afore
... .,.. root .._.bI. Doc 4. II. I 14 IH4 m4IN
temilior with N** Trilr or r ewrnr m IS homo MPfnWie Oaty recognIzed alto. mentioned Mr.
.I. were Ancle WuUord aa well
Oeed tyottt *nd *> erincedwtthj ftpK* |> M I w 051. Pooh I MM afior t emONLV
flltng; needed for reeon.XM Creed TriM* h rk. ,..' .. 65-C... Real Estate THC CIRCUIT COURT of THErwflF Sal mo*) carried hUne the majority aa Nell Van Wyk with a 20*.

receplionial _It_. S. A.rprt li/S If lefot TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of prlies as she rolled the s.. 635 rood Bank lost drat place
NaIl4 Perk t
bedreoma. nice
AND
meet .ci.vo our FLORIDA IN 'Oil"ll""A
day week
roundmga. Can MI 1 4141 yi/-o.. red lit 010. lore. kitchen. Me kern. carport Lare, >...' MI mo Gulf COVNTV cond high psli the high series, when they were able to take

11/11 *414H.Ip boy. I eettt Adult Confer only C.M ttneeTtne wexeenep. well I.asd.cop.4A.oos10OaS .mt.f/pilot! too CoMier C U/t* t tfNOTKI IN ADOPTION moot strikes meet otwUee and tidy '*e point from roller In.

Ml f MM. ll/l( tf Phd N Keyea Mrtdy Ola** Cheneerv No NtIN > trond hlch came 1tIIIdIe1 RoeeSiorrlsoej duet nek. Moot MuUina" rolled

Wanted Male RE Pi TlflON O* look home several games '* 201 and 214 and a 870
ROBERT H JAEGER OORDON and
diAPS.:: far Kent .. PUBLIC SON DOROThY OOROOH prtMS one for the high fame of PaW the rood Bank, and Tea

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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plw, fl.., frill.". 0.-, II. 'IH4 U scheduled for completion to
4 GuardsmenDie Start BuildingFirst about sine years if Congress

f keeps the money coming. About
Of Locks 96 million worth of work U com.
pleted or under contract and an.
Subzero Weather Brings In Tanker s other $11 million la available for
! For Barge CanalPALATKA the next sU months.
Gov. Bryant praised the 0. S.
(AP) The first Army Corps of Bigtneeri for its

I. Suffering To Northwest Plane CrashFORT of barge five locks canal In is tecross under construe.Florida work started In early getting this the year project after

more Ulan two decades of frnr.tration'for .
WORTH, Tex (AP) tlon, with a lift from Go,. Far.
EDITOR'S Temperatures began a stow Air rue those who advocated
NOTE Deep Snow A huge National Guard Bryant.
and 30.helow.zero temperatures rise In Washington State, which tanker plan crashed explodedand The governor bearing the end 1U"The
confront authorities trying to ha* experienced one of its worst burned on an attempted of his administration, helped Corp has been a right
l": eve range cattle In Montana. prewlnter cold spell in history landing at Greater Southwest drive a bulldozer to move the arm of the governor of Florida
F f Bobbins, general manager of The restaurant atop the 000. International Airport Thursdaynight first earth In the $5.5 million St. on this project," he said. "The
Glendive station KXGN TV, foot Space Needle used during killing 4 of the 11 men Johns Lock project.Contractors Corps of Engineers helped con.
used a tour.wheel-drlve vehicle the World' Fair In 1962 was aboard. will have two and vine Congress of the need.
and a lot of shoveling to reach closed because fire escape The seven guardsmen who a half years to complete this Their assessments were generous .
some cattle mired in four.toot were covered with Ice after survived the fiery crash in sub lock: about eight miles south of but professional. Opponents
drifts. Here's Ms story. water pipes burst from the cold. freezing weather were taken to Palatka just oft state road 19. of the canal were never able
By JERRY BOBBINS The Weather Bureau predict. Parkland Hospital In Dallas. B is close to the St. Johns River successfully to challenge them"
(Written for Associated Press) ed a 44nch snowfall for the Authorities said none was be which will serves u the canal W. A. McCree Jr., of Orlando,
GLENDIVE, Mont. (AP) western part of the state and laved seriously Injured. route from the Atlantic Oceanat who la resigning from the Florida
The cattle stand sever freezing rain in other KC97 the Canal Authority after a term
k, unmoving, Their a projwlrlven f"j mouth of tie St. Johns
unseeing, literally frozen still. sections. craft cracked up at the south River to a point south of Pa. u chairman, was presented a
The nose and mouth seem hay Extreme cold struck Nebraa. end of the airport, which Is mid. ,. latka. plaque.
ten shut by Ice but steam from ka, Southern Idaho, Utah, Mich. way between Dallas and Fort ../" ;, ''' ,. I ,. ,,,' tf, ," ,; Along a path to-be dredged McCree and Maj. Gen. A. C.
r warm breath terl. you they still Igan, nilnola and Wisconsin. Worth. Fire units battled 24 across north central Florida and Welling of Atlanta, Army dlvl.
live, If only .hortl,. You wonder Cold weather, rain and snow hours to douse the flames SANTA CLAUS was there (look closely nt J left) for the grand opening five locks later, the canal will lion engineer, aiiared honors
4 I can they lut another night of hit the Northeast Flames shot out 300 yards. of the Moorings! Texaco Auto Service! Center at 1SI5.1,; Ninth Street. meet the Gulf of Mexico at the with Bryant In riding the bull
below. tero weather without food Sleet and freezing rain struck Pieces of the plane Including its North at the Naples Shopping Center Santa left 1 prizes galore and! mouth of the Withlaooochee Rlv.r dozer.
and some shelter Northwestern Pennsylvania anda four engines, were scattered has ordered distribution of choice gifts on December\ 19! at (> p.m.NEWS at Yanlceetown. z ,
The hair la caked with Ice and cold front dumped the temper across a wide section, ( photo) The entire $158I1lUlon\ canal It Pays To Advertise!
store Into the teens.Temperatures ,
snow Many cannot are. Somelook
were at the
with one eye. They must
mark In northern New
/
have 100 pounds of ice on their tero

backs J'' a pitiful sight. There' no England

way to help them. '
There Is no way to know how
extensive the loss of livestock 13 KilledIn @
. may be. The road and prairiesare t
GRANDOPENING
clogged with snow. From
. the air, the cattle, whitened byblizzard >a
I Ice and snow, blend
into the landscape and are lost. Nursing

Government agencies are 4. iii:;
ending heavy equipment to :
clear path through the snow,
but this may be 72 hour away, Home FireFOUNTAINTOWN
and It would be too late DECEMBER 17-18-19
In one place perhaps SO head
of cattle were stretched along a Ind. (AP) MOORINGS TEXACO MOORINGS SHOPPING CENTER
Fire took a heavy toll of Uf*
fence, now broken by the weight
early today u It roared through
of the pressing animal*. Twen.
a two-story nursing home In this
ty-three head were dead.
Those living looked pretty mall Thirteen town.elderly Inmate were MI 2-7653 .. .. 1863 9th ST., N. NAPLES, FLORIDA 24 HOUR SERVICEGO
weak. They probably haven'teaten
known dead and at least all:
anything since the bill
I tard Tuesday. There' very lit. were missing. .i TEXACO AUTHORIZED MOTOR TUNE-UP SERVICE
Two attendants and 15 GO ___
I pa.
tie feed out then Some ridge
tops are blown free of snow, but liens escaped Into naar.zero
temperature at the McGraw .
these are crusted by Ice. GOODYEAR ...
Nursing Home a 00.year.oldconverted
.'* little forage on ridges
I anyway, a concrete wooden block addition.residencewith COMPLETE LINE OF GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES DELCO PARTS
The cattle seem to fight the
The cause of the fire was not
I t drifts, tire out and die. known Immediately. <" ;::1If ... tiil U&MillI: illlli llilUl m _l_ _.._nn..m.n.nn_. ._.mn..mm".mm''"1 1. __10'Mt
Nurse's aide Myrtle Donahue,
A severe cold spell gripped taken with 13 patients to Major 87c CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 87c
much of the nation today, plung. Hospital In nearby ShelbyvlUe, ARE '
, tog temperatures to below tero refused treatment for smoke
In a down state and adding inhalation until she had told 4a"t.t. \eflfI'rti BEAUTIFUL POTTED CHRYSANTHEMUM PLANTS v<*
I now and freezing rain to strict nurses which were diabetics or Lad \. o IN FULL LOVELY BLOOM, ALL COLORS YOURS "eoeo ell

, en Temperatures areas. were below needed"None special of them treatment.wanted to 'to.e 1 L tpt 1 t-\)'{, tads. AT OUR GRAND OPENING WITH THE PURCHASE tft.F'OI'1 COIl./

: tero from Washington State to come out," said Paul Whlttlng. .'t\\ 0 Gvt OP 8 GALLONS TEXACO SKY CHIEF OR FIRE b811o(/ 'f CO}' C1l'eo
Wisconsin and south to Nebraska. ton, a volunteer fireman. "It 1)0.\\\.1 CHIEF GASOLINE GET YOURS TODAY I 11 f:4"'lls'lJ
Cold-wave warnings were In was Just too cold." \ ageJ
effect for a IB-state area from He said one elderly woman t
Texas to Ohio to Delaware. escaped from a front door In b 11 1 L J 1 ill1] j Iii If HW
Rain tell along a band from her night clothes, walked
the Texas coast to New Eng. around the building and re-en. ..
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land. Freezing rain and< snow tered through a back door. Fire 500 TOP VALUE STAMPS On "
extended from central Texas men found her In the kitchen. FALL SPECIAL
through Kentucky to the eastern She was among the survivors.Dr SUPER With TEXACO AUTHORIZED MOTOR TUNE UP SPECIAL1.29

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In Montana, rancher estl. County coroner, said 11 bodies
mated livestock losses In the had been recovered from the for home use. Removes with up to six months to pay. String of 15 beautifuloil

thousands of dollar and the ruin and one man died en route & grease spots Christmas tree lights
National Guard helped clear to a hospital after he was found PAST 1m.:! n J 1JI! r mmnnTITI mTIill I Kll] I I
snow.clogged roads.A lying unconscious Inside the
herd of 1.000 sheep wan.derlng ''c. front door. Dig Bag 98c FREE GRAND OPENING DOOR PRIZES FREE
eimiessly In a blizzard The coroner said five of the
crashed through the Ice of a dead, all women, were found In
lake couth of Mile City, Mont. the concrete block addition.
Mxitana official said 260,000 Other died In their beds. Drawing 6 PM Dec. 19th no purchase required
calves and 320,000 sheep *uf. Little was left of the structurebut you do not have to be present to win.
fered through the snow and cold the walls. A Christmas
In eight! dlsaatermrea counties. wreath still hung on the front
December cold records top. door.One h 1st ,PRIZE Set of 4 Goodyear All Weather I ,
Pled Thursday with 38-below. survivor was taken Into a l'b'r rrrf! whitewall tires to fit your car.
cero marks in butt and Helena. private home and another to (
It was 81 below In West Yellow Greenfield Ind. The latter was
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