The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Collier County news
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I Marco Wildlife

An extensive program to con. Mimics. apartments, schools,
serve the abundant fish and wild rhun hoe, commercial and re.national .
'e life at Marco Uland-Florlda's
SHOPPING DAYS < facilities
'T ; Scenic "Last Frontier" which The community will be open. i
Is now being transformed Into s Till CHRISTMAS e4 to the public early III IMS.
major retort and residential Details of t the Marco bland
com munlty..has. been launched b> onervatton program were

the Marco Island Pevelopmi worked out during months of:
Corporal ton meetings between: MIDC-Dellona I

The natural resource p.c. mpieeeniallves and the U... Fish
line program drew Immedlatii and Wildlife Service, Army
v0 praise from dale, federal and t'orps of Engineers, Florida
private wildlife authorities Cam and Fresh Water Flan
A.D. Aldrich), director or (the l'ommtsili'*, Florida Audubon
Florida Came and Fresh Water Society, Usak Walton League, 1
Fish Commission lauded the I Bureau of Commercial Fisheries

company for Its "noteworthy" and Collier County authorities.
cooperation with wildlife sour.
I cue, and said the Marco Island GOOD REACTION

1 program should be a model for Official reaction to the pro.
other community deveh.n.Th. gram has bees highly tavorabUi
unusual MIDC conserves "Wt bellev that the eiample
I tlon Is designed tot your corporation has set will be
I PROTECT the highly productive noted cad followed by other de. I
I fish breeding rounds In waters Island, such umaervallonbecom.i **iei,.r. ss they realize the bio.toflasl 1
surrounding Manu Island, mnro Important than ever be and aesthetic, values of

one or th* werld's renowned fish. lure" such rooporattv uncfctrtuklngs," ,, I
log spots. Reside heading MDX.M.cilola Slid Alrfrloh, +
GUARD the Island's population preelJetrt, of tie D llona Cm.Matiol W,1 U Towns, acting regional !

vt .,bald eagles, whit pelicans ), MlamUawuL. firm. director of tN U. .. Fish and I
t and other Uhustiat buds, and, wttc, under sJ dftKlrf .. ,b"U"Wt, "ry1 it'di.t thj YuD0appr .
tract with MHXJ, will performsU .
ss devtlopmenf work p*grsa.. < es In the future extend the of the planning, development rerocnlllon of the values of fish I -:
same protection to an u. In. Construction and sales work at and wllcfllfe resources," and sd I ,

habited by the rare roseate Marco ded that the company's voluntary
r+ spoonbill, Initial development wink at. cooperation U "Partlculsry

PREVENT illllng of the fish ready Is well advanced on MIDC's noteworthy In 'lew of the fact
filled Dig Mareo River at the 10,000 acres on Marco Island that It owns the entire area"
Island's north end through UM. adjoining smaller Islands amid C. Russell Mason executive
of s spools! dredging sad flu. the nearby mainland. Long term director of the Florida Audubon

Ing procedure. expenditure are scheduled tops Sill'let,, said his group "eer.
halM>Ult n dollars In trans the eforts"ofMtDC
lately appreciates|
KNOW THEIR DUTY forming Marco laland Into a com. In saving rood natural
"From the have munlty of hotels and motels, vs. :
beginning we sties on Marco bland for the \
been keenly aware of: the tram retirement and suburban beauty of the plant and bird lift

mendoui value and Importance there." i

uf Marco Island's natural re. James K, Venae), the develop.
sources," said Frank C. Marale 0'"' vice prealilenl for archltec.

Jr., MDC) president, "and It Is Weather Review lure and engineering" disclosed !
our Inttiitton to do everything details of (he multlailedconeer.ration t

WHILE THE REST OF THE NATION shivers undera ot Mrs possible to prrtect and preserve Mai. Ml*, 11.1.Dr. programs
Charles W Wriirht Ioklnjt at the wholpanorama those resources for everyone to
| .. II NT II IMl U A conservation are o114acres
blanket of snow and ice Naples luxuriate in 80 Including the exquiiitlitth| biulir risible enjoy
of bottomland !has been
degree temperatures. Thi I'ondprull1V: NYapolU in the baikjrround. the colorful and vanod tropical "W* have been building plan. l>>tot'. II M II coo
established WOO Is Mar.
by Bar
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tans live June through Janunrv and winter to spring shtubs and tr'rl. blossoming hibiscus and th. low- ned communities throughout so River near the mouth of John
Florida (for severs docsdes, and !>.,. IX IN\ St UI
amid lawns and flowering
majestic palms, green hinjr branches of a native seatrrap tree, It is hardto Steven Creek The grass flats
shiubs U strikingly illustrated in the beautiful scene' find a single flaw. (MrGrath photo) have always placed s greet deal lee I II 111"1| In this eau sr*highly productive
shown above The view is from the Fort Royal home of emphasis on the preservationof I>*t I It Ml I) '.01 breeding ground for sport and

: natural beauty and rxmiurtes I the tI It II 0.000.t. '>mmer>'1st fllh. Including jnvs.tseIjesd .
In those/ "jmmunllle* At Marc,, "pp,' ,.,. .. PI I....... Q.Ot.
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I Letters To Santa JaM!! I'i'

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As Christmas gets closer the Naples? Our needs are very enough to become members of -r"
letters to Santa take on a more simple balls of yarn spoolsof the "alumni association." Itr

urgent not. Her ls a rec.nt thread catnip, friendly W* can't think of anything fi
sampling from those received In
abodes with saucers of milk more fun than playing under or
the NEWS office tor forwarding '
and bowls of fresh food, com- the swinging ornaments of our + i'i'I
to the North Pol. (As received). By THE ASSOCIATED PROSDALLAS J
with who Christmas ra
plete loving masters very own trees, so
Dear Lovabl., Santa, Claus like to yell "Come home pleste don't forget u. + I
I hope that I have been good.I Toner' Hopefully tUrollllon J.J'fI'PJr1( : ; br I

got three s's and two act W* have been st the Society The c;lee IOrI1I the early hours yesterday in the I
on my report card. for three weeks,and we're Threesome downtown NelmaiwMarrus
very ape.
And this month I went to church e
clean and tidy. We wash our- daily store and spread out of I
and only missed one time.Dear .
selves constantly: and bury control for hours despite the; 41' AJ
Santa Us rear I asked I
everything. Ws like to amuse/ T*Santa at North Pole effort of: some 400 flremea.
( real little and
you or: a tiger ,
the visitors with such tricks Win wants this...lie wants ssasoon
I didn't VU
He TOKYO AP) The w.11M .- II I
wants helmet ( )
This Is what I want this year. as turning somersaults, climb s and II Ie I
Please five n* a possy cat Ing up the doors of our cages. glasses Bnowmsa, Ironing set Communm party has told I II
for me and John Snowman Moscow U will IKS attend the
a Jewelry boll and a Phonlce rolling over, leaping on each flint atone, building boulders govtet irnpoaed preparatory I
book that I could and ,
study saew ocher from behind snd, if they .
musical poodle big brown bear conference for s world Commit.nisi
: notebook and a new United dare to walk sway, w* limply fer Ailetn. This Is for mother, meeting Much, I I. I
fund and pleas take two
reach out through our wire s pair of: bedroom suppers.N .
toys oU and give them to some
children over seas that wont cages and grab diem by the ( Signal urt) SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) The i

get any toys. shoulder. S e e Roman Catholic .vrll ioe... of
And please wrspe all my pr*. Dot, some of our orphaned Dear Cants Santa F* will become a member I
rents In red sod green my fav.ortte feline friends must have been I want a pair of skates fur of the New Mexlro Council of
colors. man talented for we're still Christmas. LOT*. Churches, sa organisation. of

And pleas* when you come hers while they've been lucky Tort seven Protestant denoniiuk

don the cUmmeoy don't male tlona.
to mach lOiN to wake op my The move was announeoe1 Friday
mommy. And this year 111 bestir /i;) la a X>W statement fy:

to put out a cop of hot I'" Archbishop James Peter Dirts
hershey's coco*and aome Christ. and the: Rev. Harry Summers,
man eokies. r--t eieeutlv secretary of the com.eQ. .
Love, They called K "* .sass of

Lame Rudye great eipecUitons '<" every ,
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e e .as of goodwffl.

Dear Santa ( ;" A IS. ,. w.
tare old and I rn
I sn years > ,
( old lde Ully Mica
man who se<
have been a pretty food girt
himself .. UN IMt Itu had the
this year. I would Uie a tenay. r
b aU
nt removed -from lone.
WHO, tiny tears doll, a trteycto. The ......, wasted tarooglisleedstr
in thI.bm. I have a
tad a pack .
S the '" *, has.edIkronb 'I
float tor.gwtber.
sister so pleas
baby its heart and late I his ai'I
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Terry sad Ksney Johnsc*
Herbert Fowler, asagerofaprlnUe
e eBCAR e dab si Hoax, Cs... M.tferwer .
RAID FA y A s :atiots emblem u a fa' trite tourist attraei
WITh Do think surgery .last week at
yon Emory CelvertKi ', d'i at M t a 1'I' : a: :' :a Mar 'o stilt

you c th' find room to kttwns you two weeks after tee.Hospttalsere .... Pin. .a ..11r'' "' )fur' j Island Dc'nt'nt;: f rpor tton has

twig for roe playful ally shoUlj. .. th' nrsta Th, Laid .aglr nests
himself whe kU :wt up pr..i. n\. butt\ I /,11.i i around
i him dos Hmnane tottery of Krtt'nJil tf>(,111111, f"f Oiriitrna h..mrti pistol (*U Ml of Ms pork. and reap iU young HI, H' r,da belt ..rn NovernUr tIId AprU :JO


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2 COU.H COUNTY NEWS, N.plei, N., Sunder 0.0....... 20, 1 ItM Tahitian : -o .._'rtwin Advanceit tCvnr
City Building

i : i i I I I I Wins News Week $65,548 ss Chapter

Naples Building Official Bert -Js-----
7 Ptnkston signed 16 permits representing Chapter *236 Nldks all happy hilda, season

';frlA Crisp, worship. .548 in new con Cypress Advance the Masonic Member present Included

k-\ A federal district P. O. Brown, struction, in the week Just ended. Night December I- Grace Jenkins. Bruce Jenkins
aunt Friday refused Temple on Thursday. .
George Kennedy
weekat itsdeDeMerAmaE.Con.sty
B WM the second slow wereMrs. c
( advancing
p" finance firm'a BUI Barley, sec. a 17. Brehm.
the building office, following as Worthy Betty Walter
COM Taylor
Tahttlan L. Carpenter, week this month. Virginia ;
good opening Brehm Stella Cheek. Virginia
be wlllUm Tygett
cated In Naples, .. Matron
....\\\ ceivership .. regular meet. $40,16110 December's far.Residential total. has reached Worthy Pit 1"01I. Wrs. Betty Taylor,EuvU Sawyer,Florence

... Jude David Dyer Christmas Mat ran and Walker. Edith Tyeen, William
/ i 40 construction has Brehm as associate
\ \) that the $2,750,000 Helen $Smith Enid Ne-
to postpone the associate
Brehm as
t 'i'Q accounted for most of the large Walter
should not be stile Blanche E. Snedden
pie ,
officers until ,
\ "Jj"v
Issued the last
f permits during Patron.
1" ., af ) \Cf'1- receivership as the 27. Be. two weeks. The following new Mrs. Genrud Gryphan. present Minnie c trtstofforsett. Ray}
-- ter tourist Mason
v enjoyed follow. ChrUtoffersen. Florence Ste-
home construction have Bruce
permits and
.....iI1' American Wormy Matron
; F'' "' *i way. been Issued or processed during Jenkins Wormy Patron wan Nina Yourg. Minnie
v Corp. brought the present
LiC It claimed that the American'v'v that time were Introduced and seated In French, Mary Nell Floyd,
K and R Contractors, at 33 Alice Grelmann, Lucille Otis,
deficient < the
There's not much time left. comein $850,000 was second Riding Eighth Street Northll,300Wll.llam The Eait.hall was decorated! with Sue Ward.DorUNelson.Shelle!

and finish Christmas by the finance firm. B. Stone Inc., 1047 Royal cones Lawhon Ethel Paul,Edna Cole,
soon up your By Car Palm Drive, $8,000,1063 Royal wreaths,poinsenUs.pine
ordered Marvin Cole Naomi
The Judge Logan,
shopping while there's still a good er Edward Palm, $11,000, and 1097 Royal and Christmas roses for the Viola Stewart Mrs. Claude
Injured Palm $9,500; L. V. Shields, holidays. The tables were decorated -
selection. Choose from gifts tree- accounting January 103!S! 26th Avenue North, 14500. with Florida holly and Stoner Cenrud Gryphan,

bound to make everyone happy. If management these accounting, the judge ,emergency a Maples treat post. Michigan Construction Co. for pine cones, horns of plenty and Adele Fisher.
Hazel Visitors present included
he will let the Cove Cladding, 2196 Beacon I Christmas tree. A life sized )
Community boa
tree Lane, $16,500; Michigan tor Mrs. holiday Alex F. Butzke Milwaukee,
j Beautifully gift wrapped operating under d, following an Santa waved a merry
Howard Frantt and
strictione.Schoenthaler. o'clock Friday 416 Third Avenue greeting to 111.I.A Wlsc.1 Mr. Mrs. Herbert

this Four Corners. North, $14,000; Rutenberg Con. courtesy was extended Mrs. Boraa. Hazard. I Ky.i Mr. and

The News that the $ Lee, 1383 Brook. 1980 structlon Cordon Co.Drive for Lewis$16,000.Simpson, Taylor by the Worthy Matron Mrs. George H. Mills Glw

mind mortgage Is west on Fifth Lewis Pools Inc., Is Installinga after which the Christmas Celebration tonbury, Conn.* Emma Oxford

by $100,000 and failed to see $10,000 swimming pool for R. and festivities took Willoughby, Ottloj Thelma Cornell

f if iILa In escrow, a $150,000 riding a bicycle DeVoe at 230 Third Avenue South. place. The program Included Seaside Heights NJ.Roy

by Congress Inns direction across Dale Bremerman plans to repair a reading by the Worthy Matron and Sylvia Cobb Concord,

9 venue and a $100,000 she attempted fire damage for Leo A. Mc. on "Who were the Wise Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. CA

Maxwell Co., a Miami estimated. at Konna's Shady Lane shade shop Men In the Long Ago" and Ranrayj Am EcWioff. Anson,

slating corporation. $20 482 Fifth Avenue South for $6 Canal Zone Eleanor Easton
to Mrs. Lee's car and at $2!! to "Who are the Wise Men Now". ,
. --- -- 000.Tom "There's Wllloughby Ohio Alice True
the bicycle. No arrests were a reading on a Song
Abbott Inc. will constructa
make SgU Jack Bliss made the In the Air" and a candlelight Holllday. Louisiana. Mot S.
seawall for
Ralph Lum Jr. at
investigation for Naples Police. 830 16th Avenue South at a cost ceremony to the music of .'SI- Joyce Smith, Somerville, NJ.

Mrs Ethel Smith of Fort My. of $2,400. Stahlman Property lent Night, Holy Night." Mr. and Mrs.Jim Baxter,Edon,

en was given a traffic tlrket Maintenance filed 10 sprinkling The new board for Rainbowfor Ohio; August Wathen. Cleveland .

for Improper backing by OfficerJ. system applications with a total Girls was appointed for Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs
P. Hayes when she hit a park. JJ5. Palmer walll ford
I estimated Installation cost of 1965. They Include Mrs. Sue ,
ed car belonging to Jack Faul ,
of Hickory Boulevard, Bonlta$10,048. Ward. Mrs. Stella Cheek. Mr. Conn.

Springs, while backing out of a and Mrs. Bruce Jenkins. Mrs.

parking place In the Public park. Euvta Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. DMof) First

I InC lot. The accident occurredat COLOR-CODED WATER Walter Brehm. Mrs. Mary Nell Earliest reference to the

11:10 o'clock Friday morning. HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (AP) Floyd, Mrs. Mary King, Mrs. practice of,divine; ;pccurs in
LOOK AT GIFT I LOOK AT THE THRIFTY VALUES Damage was estimated at 1150 In a plugs variety in Hopkmsvill of colors come Gertrud Gryphan.i thtAJ'Nadi! } iWill:. 'atr0clU3
THE_ 'IDEAS to the Faul car and at $20 to the green and yellow. red, The Worthy Matron thanked compares 1 ( the tall collector's

Smith vehicle. It's substitute officers and announced charioteer to the action of a
the decor
not but rather
GIFTS a code to let firemen know the the next meeting would be diver diving for oysters, ac.

MIAMI (APHavana radio size of the water main servingthe held on January 7, which will cording to the Encyclopaedia

announced today that the coffee hydrant. be Initiation. She then wished Britannica.

Plugs served by large mains
ration In Havana will be bolst. .
f stared by half an ounce for are green the ones on medium PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC Nonci
THAT site
LAST ALL Christmas small lines lines yellow are red.and those on .

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 101 ;cIh", 110 tnc111 the 121
l public it hereby informed,
Ihr: public: heinns will be held el 101 rCII",". 14 Incl? au IArY ill
; 6 '% SAW et the 10 Courthouie. 30 A M 'Tueidey East Neplet jtnuory, Fie SI9S5 : 10' IW fhruW 'Iml.c.E: thru IE
i Inc 41 thru 54
lor the .purpoie o) h. ". any
THE YEAR JUST OPENED complaint, or rtitonl why the lol lot I thru II Incl: 4| thru 44 'nc 1
lowing thould not be ,. tonedc'eicribed e. 110 65 Intl.mta thru. to lncl. 11} thru 121
0 MODEL 534 41 herein at Golden Qete EtUtet III M thru 10 Incl. II) thru 121
TRADER ZEKE'S MARINA LAt Subdivition recorded In Plat lnet
,ij Hook 7 > M 3 to tl IncluilveCollier ; In J. thru II lncl. 4t thru M ,ncl
p (
3 SHOT ,
County Record la be ,. I. i Ihru 12 Incl 15 Ihr
88 toned as follow: 11net... tl thru 24 loci V
$29 Vanderbilt Beach "Y. LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS OP Ihru 40 Incl. 11 :r.rI 44
GOLDEN GATE ESTATES 81 thru II Incl, 12'0 15
Motor end Boat Sales Service and Repairs) Unit Trecl 11)). 124 121* IM a 133
Ittv N o., No'4 142 2. I' 12. "sJ.", !1. 21. 31 M
The 'allo", ,", umti a tracts 17. 111, 13, tO II IS
Complete Line of Fishing Tackle from Agriculture to C I M. 69 thru 74 Incl. II 10 in
$29.95 11 I thru I.CI. U, IJ.t.. 41 JI4 117 thru 124 Incl 127 tI

Boats end or Motors for Hire 17 f"Ih'I ;. 10 17 ,II.lSt. t::1. /. 41. 111 thru"r4 inci. {' :tfiru 72 '.c i
..J1.I 33.11t IH 67 It Incl. OS thrumcl 170
\ /' 45 *0 II ; thru
: .._.. Fresh Fish Wholesale and RetaiPCHARTER ups inciII
., 'W T I thru t1eon 31. /a 14 ,it0 ': Ihlu It ,"cq 113 IMu. its

..... .26". BOYS'DUNELT AND GIRLs'...,." 'r.. f AND GUIDE SERVICE N.I,i 65.eU., 14, I4 I"lItI Mw!. 1 IU t 1: tAw ]n:::! 'as thre< 10 'nIt '

n% .__ : : Trader Zeke's Marina-Vanderbilt Beach\ .Ii. I" IC 15 31. 11. 14. 11. tSr, ,
a 59. 10. 107, 101. 125. 121 a IU II IAru 100 ecl au Ihru III
1 ted
217.. It I'. )1 31. 14 55. 12.IGI 7 "iolt]t .1b"'IJ: a)' I'I St
BICYCLE Ga 10 91. tee 101 12& U7 i 9s. IIII. a /
,, Th. Iollbwe{ unit a lroc"
K 17 II I IC. II J7, M, tS. 72 Iron Ancultur. to R I
\ COASTER BRAKE 73. N, tl, 'I IOI 4 109 It M thru 44 Intl. II thru 12 ,nd'
r 21 I thru 10 mcl 4 IOI thru 121 47 thru 7* font It thru 94 ,,et
nrl 4 95 thru 104 mcl
PROGRESSIS 27 HI thru 172 mcl 11 35 thru 4I Incl. II thru 12 not
y se 21 113 thru lie :met 12 thru 71 Inci. 4 *3 thru MIncl
$32 12 I thru 30 InclM .
I 2, |11, |I1 I), u 13 I' 35 thru 44 ledI Ih
10 19, S'14I'I S0, 5I, N.' N: iCI? |7 thru 71 tota ,r'lhrvIII
79 I thru II Ift.l. 31. 32 M 14 IS I Ih,,, II Inrl. )' thru 14 not
PAINFUL .7 41 44 50 4! M' 15, M 37 thru S2 Incl II thru 70 ,nclIt' /
..0''I' U'fl' 14 17 M M thru a* Incl. II thru lot
,1 SET 111. Jit. 113. fit. 12;,' 121: 129 lncl 101 thru 124 Incl/ 4 121thru
141 Incl
40 1 I. I. n. 10 17. k. J]. lIS Ihru 1& I thru II lncl' 24 thru II not
During the past several 12. feel II thru II Incl, 14 thru 71
:: Mh I ,. Incl net I 74 thru I* lncl." 12 thru
thru II Its Incl 107 mcl III hru ,I2i me'
, months telephone service i to U I thru 1 II lest 111 114 US 12* thru lee ,nclrr5l141
Incl 14.. II). ISO. ISI Z5 I thru II Incl 20 thru 11 mcl
$19 many areas of Naples has been a1 31 thru II lens 54 thru M mcl
/ S {, fl. '! '1 if 71, 74 thru n mcl. et thru l 101
interrupted by accidental cutting 31 4J, 14..I\s. S4 !,. 40. 41. 70. ICCI 110 thru 117 1 Incl
\ 71 71 I)' 14' ,I. 12 IOI 102 1& I thru ins mcl
l lor IOI 113 thru 121 ,ncl 11 I thru 141 mcl 17] thru IMIncl
\ of underground telephone 45 I thru 17 Incl I* thru 32 Incl .
41 44. 45. 41. 51|, 52. it. i|. 11 I thru 132 Incl. 157 thru IM
cables as a result of the many n 777.. 71 |}. 14 15 II Incl
105 11 41 ,.
; lot 107 IOI lie lit ((14HiYncI11 thru "I'
construction under- 14 I thru 14 II thru 10 eel
jobs now 41 I I '"'.. and "J ""U 34 thru II Inct 42 thru 47 :InclM :
thru 55 lncl, tl thru II lnclM
way throughout the area. I1 I 113 thru 14! Inel thru 71 1net 74 thru It mclI
0 '10 *l. "" "i II, C> /1. thru 17 Incl M thru 15 mclM
Despite every precaution pos- II I. 12. II thru J2I Incl: 1)5! thru '101 mcl lot thru III
a ins mcI ,In"4 """ 'i" '"*'.. '" """

STAINLESS STEEL 26" Boys' or Girl*' sible on our part these cables i 102 lf: II:: tAw thw //If III foal'ftcl J9 34 127 thrVlt Incl :: thru II :mcl:
tern Inal 41 thru 17 Incl: Ihru 13 mcl
still get severed and when they i 101 IhrY .0 'ftcl 100 thru lot Incl 111 thru M]
DUNELT RACER I" 1) tAw .1 1"11 mcl

TABLE WARE $5 do, service to many customersis i IIf :: fhru Mru 11I1:1:: .8 4 35 thru thru II 41 '.lncl) :. It II Ihru thru 42 30 :ncl ncl:

AND UP :111 17 Ihu .1 IMI 47 thru 71 tncl, II thru M mclII
Speed interrupted.When 141 ,1. 1' \' 11. \l !0. thrv S I II thru It mil 42 thru 55 mil
n.t :
SERVICE FOR 6 51. N. II, 11 U Ihru 71 mcl: 74 thru I' :mclJ
COO 95 this happens, the IN- It. e3. Ce es 100. 10'. 110: J lhru 101 mcl IM Ihr., 'I 1
dIIUND1EiS Brokes 111I Dl a "' .
TER COUNTY team makes I 141 1. t. n,'.11.'f.. n. 'n. 7b. !S. w.u 17 thru M Incl
OF OTIIKK GIFTS Such 11. .1. M. &2. 11. 12 17 II .1 thru 40 Ine! SI thru M Inel
H. 7e nI Ih"Y 112 '011" liS: I 100 thru 1(1 lncl
A* every possible effort to restore a Ise 44 *. ', 0,' l/ !""" IBCl
I I 111 n Mw IS: foal' 24. 21, II thru ]t lncl 40 41
complete service as quickly as I set IAw Intl 44 thru II Incl M, 17: 42 thru
Sunbeam it'J)
Corning Pyrex IN1 IAw I Ili ,sal. Iend 72. 71 71 Ihru M Inc,
s possible. I III U Ih",, N Mal M. M, M thru N Incl
General Electric Hamilton Beach .' II l$3 III IAw 141 tonIII a 110 U II thru 72 Mot III". IU
I 114 .
I. 11 M. 21. 2f. Nl.. ItCCl 12* thru 121 Incl
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Dominion Toastmaster May we ask a favor If you I'Ili.'41 III. Ill ",. 11' .... ..i tl thru Ihru 7t III mcl. 12 thru tt ncl
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SUNDAY DECEMBER 20, 1964 K.... Newspaper Enterprise A..n.rra. .
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Keep An Eye On The Other PocketA J J that It'.tense Christmas of "again again'! It that ii.

ned to excite our imagmaUon

primary purpose of federal tax re $606.6 million of this amout and the Then. And it something our conscience comfort

duction accomplished and projected Is over $1 billion balance was spent by lag in the recurring seasons

to stimulate the economy by giving government blow that level: county, and in the repeated festivals in life
There li rhythm
people more take-home pay to spend. munklpal and district which causes a certainty because 1,

At the present 'time, young persons withno The Chamber report pointed out that of the routine. But l

dependants or deductions wind up education is the most costly service of there is more to it than this
A few ago Dr Nathan
with very little! out of a good sized check state and local governments, accountingin w Pusey. president years of Harvard

after social security and income taxes are Florida last year for $593,700,000 of University spoke at a commencement 0 1,

withheld, as required by law. So. reduction the total from all sources. In Collier event and told
the graduates: "Faithis
In federal taxes means a great County about 75< of every tax dollar not something one can giveto

deal to them as well as to older persons, goes for schools. another or even win for By Christmas of 1607 & JI'

oneself by trying; it !is given. lain Smith was a prisonc
business firms, etc. After education, and in order, came
But fortunately it is given "among the savages as hi
But there is some concern being highways, hospitals and health, public again and again" It is this wrote but he also chronicle,

voiced over soaring state taxes which welfare, general government, police protection .' which our age has been forcedto the fact that they fed on <0\> s
'' discover If It were just a tern flesh fish fowl and goo
threaten undermine that
to policy to a interest on debts fire protection
matter of praising the past or bread. "We were grateful t

significant extent.A and sewerage systems. All the above ,:: ; oOufl remembering the event, there God for his goodness to u.

recent U. S. News & World Report categories showed considerable increasesover would be some value. But it in this Christmas Day"

would be lost in the ceremonial It was on Christmas in 1620|
article Is revealing and sobering. State 1962, except the amount spent for /( that the Pilgrim Fathers led

taxes totaled $24.2 billion in the last sewers which dropped 4 per cent. The deep truth Is simply by elder Brewster and \Vil.

fiscal year a raise of more than $2 billion Federal social security and incometax that It Is must come again and liam Bradford began to erect
J and each of us must the "first house to receiveus
that again
the So \
over preceding deductions shown
year. are clearly on pay "
discover it again and again.A ( our goods.
rise, says the article, ". siphoned off roll checks, but state' and local taxes, survey of the Christ It was on Christmas in 1776

an amount equal to one third of the $6.5 other than ad valorem, are harder to mases of our fathers in this that Washington crossed the

billion federal' tax reduction for individuals discern. They come in such small "bites" ij hemisphere is enough to humble Delaware
One has to
/ us.The. go on with
on 1964 Income," that the pain of paying them is almost Li : '.,:,ol'o/: ,,,.ftl first Christmas in the the chronicle and make it

And it looks as If the worst is yet unnoticed by the average person. .-" ::' 1 l..A new world was celebrated on personal. What has been hap.

to come. Almost all the state legisla. The .. a wrecked ship in Haiti. pening to each of us as we
explosive population growth now ''' '''% x .' .: >',"... ,.
'' .$, }: '1' .% On Dec. 19. 1606. a band count off one Christmas after
tures will meet in 1965, and it will be being experienced by most Florida communities <1ti;; r'it.Y4} of men left England for Virginia another There ought to be

a rare state In which programs for more naturally will necessitate some to begin a new colony more than just the noting of

and higher taxes of varied kinds are not Increase in spending for and aa and by Christmas day they another Christmas.
WASHINGTON: ANDnSM'AI1BlJSINE.SS.tt: FROM were still in sight of their As Auden has Slid, "each of
urged. capital Improvements as has been the homeland. Yet they came us must add to 'I believe

The moral Is plain. U. S. taxpayers, if case here In Naples and Collier CountyBut ; : : WASHINGTONASSOCIATED across the ocean and began still' his own 'I believe
they are to obtain any real relief must if PRESS' this adventure. again.
newcomers are given their fair
Smith wrote of one It is this re-exploration of
keep close and wary eye on the statehouses share of the tax load, there should be .y 'C. WIISON. ,HAHDIRiiii : of Captain those first Christmas daysIn the fact of Christmas and his

no less than on the national cap-!- no great tax increases for those now WASHINGTON (AP) The this country. "It wan buta renewal of a faith begun at
tol. Or, to put It another when a 10 feels the fact Net nearly certain type or rood rat appear Internal Revenue Service saysthe sorry Christmas for many Christmas that is upon us-
way the ,
bearing brunt of municipal and everybody qualified to run anewspaper to prorld cholesterol to
made the
slcke. But we again. Fortunately, faith
estate of Pennsylvania Gov. were very
federal i* the fact that I diet. Whether
tax reduction begins to mostpeople the or not priptesuffering
put county expenses. consider themselves at from a high cholesterol William W. Scranton's mother the best cheer we could. Not that is incarnate in Christmasis

small amount of money back into one experts on advertising And level U the blood gained owes the government more than ,i a man asked to go back." given again and again!

pocket keep an eye on the other pocketout So, unless elected officials at all levels now it would appear that bu. that condltlou because of their 600000. Scranton claims the -------

of which the states take their taxes.let's of government keep a sharp eye on expenditures should resents slso are be deciding expert that In they the dietary was caused habits.by, some or whether!pb.Ie.1c.adlUoa It $289,000.government owes the estate .;met at the White House Thur WASHINGTON business(AP executives) A
take a look here In our own of tax monies and the pressures field oooRecently of medicine. Is a question. quitsaublecl When Mrs Marion Margery day.But Meany told newsmen aft.Ir held group a long White House confer.
U debate. However, Scranton died June 23 at
state for spending are sometimes overwhelming 1060 I the session "we didn't Hell a ence with President Johnson
I many doctor: and mal) patients the age of 76, she left an estate
Expenditures In Florida by state and the present and proposed IheFesdAfDrug have found that regardless valued at more than $7 million. I(commitment. Friday and afterward a spokes

local governments combined reached tax reductions at the federal level can Admin1blratloiiales-|I + created of ,how a low the cholesterol condition. wa diet. Scranton u co-executor: paid Labor leader ar.pre..lnrfor do man not said regard be and 196S his aa colleagues"prob.

$1,783,700,000 during the fiscal year be more than overcome by local tax In. several .1', J Is beneficial. the Inheritance government $3,331,770 In :;repeal of the labor law section Urn year" for the nation's econ.

1963 an Increase of 16 cent hundred ess-1 taxes |permitting state to enact law otny.
per over creases.If ee oT Shred-I' Obviously, If many doctors The IRS says $338,741 In gifts I'which forbid the union chop. Frederick Kappel, chairmanof
the previous year compared with a national did Wheat In I and their patients subscribe to of cash and stock from Mrs. 1 Meany tied the question to the the board of American Tele

increase of 9 per cent, the Florida this occurs, It will simply mean Kansas City I some of the belief concerningthis Scranton to her family In the nation'i economic level. phone and Telegraph Co., made
Obviously, matter, It U a service to last three year before her
this remark when told there
State Chamber of Commerce reported In that the burden has been shifted from the National) them to have described on death "all are Includable u "The rlghMo-work states hare been oft
come prediction
Its Weekly Business Review released this one pocket to the other, so to speak. So Biscuit ComC.. W. Harder packaging the cholesterol con transfer made la contempts. 'have the lowest per capita In letdown In the economy: in mid.
pair does not Qualify a* either tent of the 'come and they are a
week. products. tloo of death" and should be drag on busbies
It went to He said some
on It behooves Floridians *
say to "keep a sharp a small or independent business, 000 taxed. I the whole economy," he said.( rear
The Florida state government spent eye dn the othe, 'pocket.u t. but regardles of this fact yet, apparently with .. Both Mean? and White House leader expressed more optt.! {
a principle as involved Hre.I qualm at all and apparently WASHINGTON (AP) AFL. j press secretary George Reedy miira about the year than did

I because somebody U FDA disagree CIO President George Meany i said that when the riCht work others.
,.... -"..,r rrr..r ......, ".. ,.Mr.. Tlu trtitft urn '*,1M ttlttf It ta< The slexur was mad be with medical belief regarding says seven labor leader and Kappel, who Is chairman of
I _........ .. ...,... I. e. dra.llnelw w. ."... .. ,. aesa.w.le w4A MnN.e y cause lait May the FDA mad cholesterol, the hurts President Johnson discussed the j(subject came the up President In general made dls.eusslon the blue.rlbbon business council

an arbitrary ruling prohibiting adopt a regulation makingprohibitions subject of repealing part of the ,clear: that he stands on the said that the business communi.
the use of certain reference as covered ...... labor law that permits state ]Democratic which ty feels Johnson has been '***.
to cholesterol content in I oo platform, tremely wise In his thoughtful
the or of Thillulnlftcant but I1iht work law when they calls for repeal of: the provision. *
InHistory packing promotion by Itself evaluation of business
Today food Items. Th* breakfast foodIn I I. even more so when considered -

"e question had on Its package u what might take place
the Information that too much i It through Medicare or other Historical
cholesterol present s problem programs the government intrude COLLIER COUNTY
NATIONAL OUTLOOK which can be alleviated by a : In the practice of medi

Today Is Sunday Dec. 20;the well balanced diet not containing clue j By KURT CRIESSHABERl AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
355th day of IBM. There are 11 an excess of animal fats.Beeaase I .
1965-Some Questions days left In the year. C. Wblle Independent business -

Today's !highlight In !history this ran contrary lethe proprietors, voting through the
Ocoaoi HAOEDOSJI On this date In 1M1 FDA ruling prohibiting the National Federation of Independent
by a conven. 1
use ., words and phrases such Business consistently HISTORY. Pert I
Uon of the Sat of South Car*. "
a. "unpolyunsaluraled, ow oppose raising payroll taxes
Una, meeting at Charleston ..ot.ed "
In cholesterol. .r "ask your for Medicare as unsound economics
to secede: from the Union. doctor," the FDA confiscated there hi this other con
South Carolina was the first the merchandise sideration. If 4$s
For moat people December: The Employment Act declares government could
state to do so. ooo get Into th. practice of medicine
U the holiday Mason. Economists the government's commitment
On this date This question of chloreiteroli eventually some bureaucrats
are people, too but they to promoting .
are more likely to think of the maximum employment, In 1803, the United States took i th. subject of much researchand with B* mere qualifications *
pro *
'possession of territory acquired discussion In the medical than having had the right *
the season for duction and purchasing
yearend aa
pow- la the Louisiana Purchsse. profession. It i* spparently political connection. to gel appointed
prognostication. er.But it also directs that that too much cholesterol weald be
In 1835. Texas declared Its in. proved telling doctors .f)
all of the forecasters this be done in that .
Practically ways are ,dependence of Mexico. In the blood stream will what they can and cannot s C .rCewJc
anticipate that the consistent with "other essential cause heart trouble do In treating Ulnesa. t lt
In 1122
level of economic activity will considerations of national Russian republics If' "..-, P.M'..I'. / r.a..cw a.l.w ./or Po.n.5o.st
u the 1.5'S'
of Sovl.t
be hither In 1985 than In 1B64, policy,"
but that the rate of rile will be Vital Questions In 1M3, Flying Republics Fortresses, dI/"fllJ. ""/11'11011. --- I j4 """ -
than It hu
somewhat slower Liberator bombed the German THI COLLIER COUNTY NEWS "AJCE CHRIsrMA 1
been in recent years. Since the Certainly everyone would of .
city Bremen.
labor force will continue to agree that preservation of the <<' "" _ii umiiirchi. carte As. raooooE
crow at least aa fast u It has International value of the r r'Y .. ... ., -.I.

been crowing, this Implies U. B. dollar U an essential consideration [I II [ ; .aO"AJ( ITIpAD I ; :

some Increase in the unem of national policy. CROSSIOtLT I PUZZLE !\ [ ARADA .J ,
ployment rate Maintaining reasonable stability 0 eVChtl 1'5" i
Any such rise in unemployment In the domestic price
would certainly provokea level also falls in that class. ACROSS 32 .A'.NA..Ot\. i .
these 1. Ravine .IIT MAS KA6A1o11A 4
political reaction. Congress Reconciling various 5, Dance 34 Skillful ISewtlMAwas2/
Administration would objective will not be in iirp t.. I \
and the easy 8. Vigor 36 Ward off j RLCI T [ JdsaawvCs

want to "do something about 1965, considering the combination 11. LIly llie 37 Slte sal l 1(11 4::' P'T..CA"tO '-Ra+wwsi win WtAwI

the problem."In fact, the Employment of problems now devel plant legend I tLt.t IIAIT... ... twA..4ISP..MiwroaASras

Act ot 1946 declares oping. The British pound Is 12 Seeds 39 Ballot, 'RA.r.MU.GAU t I., ........
that it ia the responsibility of shaky and the dollar which IS Conilrila 4) Dliconlln I
the federal government to be has had Its own troubles is uei S.ATt..IOt.A.ST
concerned with the adequacy committed to support It We 14 Bon, Udo-Chln 47 Object of : t TO 11.0 t. .., 1St -_-' (EDITOR'S NOTEi Kurt Crl.sshaber .

of Job opportunities. also have the threat of substantial region worship _5 t I. M' r. 0 I T ori ,rr use.dMaYr now haw author of this serf**
Increase in labor 48. sewn of article on the history of: Col.
Contaminated Grape : ==
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Difficult Forecast costs within this country. 49 Extinct bird SO LUTtON 0' ymUDAY'S 'UZZLI = _" . Her County and Southwest Flo.
Mirenw /rA'0--l -" rlda has
Shall we make dollars more 50 Bulblikc received requests for
17 Hotels :l Ardor 9 Exl.pera.S .
Just what steps the government plentiful to domestic -- achronological list of historic
support 18 Yale stem Eleh eaung moo oJ ::.. s -r--::
would take, and whether business activity at a higher 19: Worthless 31 Nothing bIrd 10 RAbid :::;:=: <<" f :; **er s in Florida's early his.tory. .
they would be successful, must cost level? Or shall we hold Savings 52 Curve in 4. b.1'I1at 16 Ailing e. e. *> e e e eS -- 1 ::::: This' U the first of: threeJ

be a matter of speculation at down on the supply of dollars 3S Crass plot Umber LrYIM 20 Commu.. articles on the subject.)

this moment It I* a safe bet,, to preserve their acceptability 26 Brought 3) Sea esglei 6.Prayer lie COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Ise'' SPANISH CONQUISTADORS UNDER NARVAEZ LAND IN
however that the measures outside our borders? to bay DOWN bud 21 I IT..ltan MICHACL CNANCK. 1.1t.. >uMlt">er FLORIDA ISM

adopted would have effects on Government officials are certainly JO Boos I Salvador T, D.pradablct Jew. law THOMAS H"'YIIt. AMOSIOIO editor
the course of economic eventa. pondering these prob 31 EalM ..., palntrr Intrepid 2iDdruyo( MARSHALL WYATT. AV. Mti..frALSCKT There I* bare mention la car. Expedition attacked, Cordova treasure
Government actions do have hems We will get an outline of rlne' Fr OrOLKA. Mock... spt. ;rent history books about the ear. dies from wounds. Anton de 1501 .
Great treasure fleet under
their Impact on the economy their thinking In Janual'1.when r 1 I 1 s a eu V.eri a 21.1'rysma4 DAVID HCMMANSON. Clre. Director I|ly history of Florida after Pone Alamlnos, Boreal OUs among Pedro d .
MRS. LOUISC DAUB. OflKo Andes Admir.al
Mgr de Leon's Urn and settlement of Royal
although not always in the direction the President submitshis 25: 51aa'aakkaaRH wounded.

intended Economic Report to Con /n S.blMMO' decor. ....pt Monody :SU! Augustine. Many lntrUrsr 520 iXAUyoa kidnaps Indians Ing, assembles treasure la Havana carry.
Thus forecuU made at this gress. Perhapa at that time we M. II-.n sad s.t..H. ..*. .,,_ e" 'vents took place during thai on slave bunting expedition Is : Mexico
time on a purely economic baIts will be able to make more a nesed Mi.Nr >rt: Co"'** f.nZ; ruaiitftinf. Co.,. era, U painstaking scrutiny of: later killed. of Pen. AS fleet sails up straits
.. Ml T* N* : Florida
can at best be considered sense out of the Admlnlltra.tlon' kiwi ft WS4*. Mad.ddrr.ne ,.. O. 'archives throughout Europe has 520 Pone de Leon die of a storm drives one
rr ::: r: ,:,. : gal with Ueneodet' son
first approximations. They approach which has / Reottox} proven* wounds received on Ill-fated and
Yj.ee.m o Ml,..oy Mil for SU Herewith, a list ot son of: some relatives mroagHKy
have to be modified assumptions been somewhat puzzling, Although 29.CLeer
by 1 r. s *_"""*- expedition trying to settl Sanl.bel *.
u to the political the President ha indicated 33'wllt.nre . tis I the more Interesting events' Estro Wand (Saa That) 1542 Treasure
actions which would be takenIn his desire to avoid an ar Is rfr sane Svoosrtptle Patio |ISO Columbus on his fourth 1 528 Pamphlllo ell HarvMs fleet arrive to

response to the predicted outflow of dollars he has prels ..ev<...oomor*. or ....., ,.,..1. hit voyage, skirts Florida and a. lands at Tamp His cruelty king*ala to and allow Uenendea him petition to

course of event, and by estimate urged banks not to increasethe a ,t 3a.lMwaerore One Voor IIL lie MoMho V.* pieces the .M", or Gulf of lead his expedition to dtsas.tr. search for his to rerun French
of the economic consequence interest rates they charge dutmara Throe **oM">s MJ. Mexico, trying to Cad a west. OsVaea survives and re ,00
Bttgeoot* etSU
of such action on loans. He endorses the productivity 1 1 ads / 40 Redoes Mxnoer of Tk* AMMIOIO r>MO, ward passage to India late account.5J9 under Hbaott land

If the process of forecasting guidepost for wage I u u .1. Laceratrcl I:.tCtI.e.m n**M**Mtioii* onluwvoly ol oil to loul KM '193 Poises de Leon lands oa 1 Hemando de Sbto land 13
la to be realliUc It has to be Increase, but turns his back n Shade tree sari MOM SVIMO M ..... S.- .. upper East coast Sails a. at Tampa Bay and cruelly tile
bears of apuisft
baaed on si combination of when it U violated. de a 1e.a U. Urge ,.'f, "' 1" *oM AP.send MS!-weotcMe.Kntoro mottor otH round Keys, Tortugas. Us- fights his way through north captive held rumor CUef pldaee.Maendes
economic analysis with political The new year may turn out teal rM :.;.:* .! aspen, eland. pulsed by pluses Bxnans, Florida on his famous eats
prognostication. This la to be the year when we will /s/, 44, larld" ..*.VAct ot ....... V 3M,. I IIn. IS17: Cordova slave bestial ex.pedttka prise. Hugwaots massacres Freoc

especially difficult: at preaentwhen have to choose between having anr drtvest from Yttcataa 1 554 Emperor Charles T and execute Prtsas.n
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Child'1- grandchildren relative and friends
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screen ng r-t:: town further brighten this happy holidaysensor mangrove sad las *..*(. .' DEAR OLD SANTA
let, spotted art silver sea bout,

Mr and Mrs Harvey Jordan, Galleon Drive are comsaereial. crabs *. .*.. Look all along the strttt
having a spec al top made for their dining room table .. .TVwe....* to ... s*.. View it up and down;

so 'hat all 14 of their can eat together Enlarging the area will be preserved,........ Ask of everyone you meet,

table capacity was one thing but the wall of the house ed, as bird sanctuaries. The Islands Has Santa cone to town?
and the adjacent grass
ere something else again Mr end Mrs. Charles Merrill Cats, are used u resting and

who have gone north, came up with the perfect solutionby feeding areas fir deceits of vr.ietles Yes, there he is in his red shanty,

offering their house on 16th Avenue, South, for the including of shore tee wintering sod wading white birds pe.llcan. ., He's looking out the door;

Jordan family overflow Arriving this week are their I know that's dear Old Santa,

children and grandchildren Mr. and Mrs Henry B. Fuller 3. To protect America's national I've seen him once before.
bird MIDC established
and Chuck of Cleveland The W. W. Fullers with Bill Jr buffer amiss, around tour bald

and Becky from Pittsburgh and Mr. and Mrs John A eagle nests. Similar sones will I hope he's got some candy

Hubbard with Harvey Amy and Mary from Hudson, be established as other nests are And chewing gun in there;

Ohio. located.Florida Audubon ID cooperation Society with signs the He ought to keep some handy

Mr E N. Potter and the Peter Potters arrive Tuesday have been posted around these And have enough to spare.

from New York to |join Mrs. Potter for Christmas at buffer sones warning that the eagles .
are protected or law and
their home on Galleon Drive. Mr. Potter's sister, Mrs. that no shooting U permitted.. I think I'll rush right in

Robert McKIn, of Aiken, S.C., It' here and will remain with these areas. And give him Christmas greeting:
,HOWARD J.WILLIAMS 4. MIDC also has advised ?
the the Hello Santa, see my grin
family through holidays.
conservation interests that It will
Like the Jordans, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buchanan need. cooperate U a program to protect I'm happy for this meeting.

Haas Williams ed extra room for their 10 guests and they too have been It..t I a very active roseate spoon
bill nesting area In Blue Kill When come to my house,
loaned house, right across the street from their own on ? : Bay, near Gooi and Village at you
whiskers chin
Mr. and MM Lawrence J. Williams, of Iramckalee Ninth Avenue South. The Buchanans' family arrived Fri j the eastern end of the Island, With those on your ,
announce the marriage of their son, Howard J. Williams, their when construction work begins I'll be quiet as a mouse
Mrs. Donald
day including daughter, Keller with
to Rosalia Agnes Haai, of Mannheim, Germany. 10 that ate In the future. But folks will let you in.
The wedding took place on December 11th at the Sullivan Mr. Keller and Kristin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buchanan Jr 5. A special procedure has my

Post Chapel In Mannheim where the groom ti end their two boys, Mr. Keller's mother, Mrs. John Keller .,.. been developed by MUXMJeltona
stationed with the 97th Signal Battalion, U. S. A. The for dieting the deep waterways 1'11happy\ for these times
and the Mrs. Buchanan's Mr. and Mrs. R. F
ol c1ated. junior oarents .Ii which
post chaplain will lace the Marco Is. And all the Christmas cheer,
Tbs bride's sister, Maria Haas, served U maid of Kerbox. All are from Indianapolis and will stay for two 'f. land community, In order to pro.
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honor. Larry A. Children, of Arkansas, was beat man. weeks. mow tect the highly productive fishing I like to hear the

Mrs. Haas was born In Neudenau. Germany, and li MASKED DANaXG-From grounds which surround the Is. Ring out so loud and clear.
at present a nurse In Mannheim. land from the sitting which normally .
India comes a rare form of
The groom 1s a 1982 graduate of Iramokalee HIp accompanies dredge and
Tom and George Baker In town tomorrow. Mr. the dance called: Chauu traditionalty I'll tell now a brief good bye
School where be was a member at the band and par get rill operations. Venael said the you ,
Uclpated In football and basketball. He enlisted la the and Mrs. R. G. Baker moved to Naples In October. Since members of performed the royal only familyin by procedure involves the diking of I hope you're coming soon,

alt army, 4th Immediately Class.Special after graduation and is now a Special. this 'Is the first time here for the boys they will have a lot Sersikella Nata Nijan. an to large be areas built. wbtre..rwl1..re In areas where waterways Sailing out across the sky

_to see including the Bakers' new home on Harbour Drive. American dancer, broughtthe are to be constructed, Underneath the stars and moon.
intricate dance home. In
film, clssses enter the gallerie s Tom is a student Cornell University, and George attends he mask the water table Is first lowered
ProgramAt top photo wears a : and backfilled before Robert E. Adams
the dikeswhich
where painting pertaining to tb I Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa.i below, he's surrounded by! the
separate waterwaysfrom
Christmas season discussed
Ringling For Students participating In tb Lee Robinson, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. Lee Robinson them. open water, are removed

'School GroupsA Christmas program are free n Banyan Blvd., is due today from the University of North 'TO PLEASE A KINDLY GUEST'We

special Christmas Sarasota, Palmetto and Venlcschools. Carolina. He will bring with him Sam Edwards, who is iU

been planned for programhas Florida The special. : tours, which wll medical student at Duke University. John Robinson willet | Visiting N ursesctrterly' who wish and have a flair

school groups who are visiting continue through the com also be home for Christmas. John attends the Darlington I For things that are too big

the U tfarasota Singling during state Art the Museum week, are part 011 yearroaneducational : School in Rome, Ga. Looking here and searching there

According to holidaySeason. Miss school children program to great tolntroduc work. The Robinsons' two daughters won't be in Naples bu HoldQu We find that we must "dig1,1Worthy :

Patricia Pierce heed 01 the Ed. of art. will be together for the holidays. Florence, who lives i ir;

taboo students Department will be viewing, some t short 800 Greensboro, N.C., is going to Millburn, N.J., to be with i The Visiting Nurses Council of Visiting Nurses Council will things are few on earth

mm called "Noah's Ark" end the John Mieles (Martha Robinson.) of Greater Naples held Its regu. be held In the new Recreation That dreaming can attain;

touring the galleries 01 the M u. You might enjoy keeping e Ice 1: Abbe Pope will come by train from New York tot lar quarterly meeting Naples Bldg., Gambler Park, from 4 to What we like that have some worth
seam of Art. of marinated artichoke hearli a Community Hospital Monday,December 6 pjn. Monday, January 11. Re.
"We picked 'NO Ark'sthe hand to UM when unexpecteiauttta visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Pope, 15th 14, with the president reshments will be served and the Take effort to obtain.

film to be shown because U Is come.The ."idtok.1rI.k : Avenue, South. She Is due the 23rd, and wil stay. aboytJO I airs. Thelraa Hodges, presiding public is Invited to attend and
a religious story told In pictures e fine hors 4* oeuvre III ttI) Mrs. Virginia Edwards, one of learn about the wort being done Wtietrwe/dreim! of mighty deeds .
without words and related to the celery hearts, canned pumenu t days. the two visiting nurses now em. by the Visiting Nurses Greater
paintings U the galleries," staU and thin dices\ of aaUmi (i r Jim Cochrun, who went to Akron, Ohio, for Thanks. ployed by the Council spoke Naples. Name of the guest We never did before,
e4 Miss pierce. Following the possible the Italian type). giving with his grandparents, will be home this weekend of the great need of additional speaker and further details of We find a useful book that "reads"
equipment for the Loan Closet, the meeting will be announced What we are striving for.
from West .
Virginia Wesleyan.Mr. which rents out at a nominalfee at a later date.
and Mrs. E. W. Smith of St. Petersburg, celebrate sick room supplies for use
.. !\ Christmas the night of the 24th. Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. in the home, such as hospital As long as we remain on earth
beds, walkers, wheel chairs: and 324,200 SAW PLATS There will
i 12. FOR HER and Mrs. Edward Godfrey will be there to celebrate with the like. AT ONT. be things to dpi!
The Council announced that STRATFORD Some of them will show their worth
them and their three children. Then on Christmas Day the STRATFORD. Oni (AP -
will Mich. be with Mr. and anyone possessing such equip. The Stratford Festival attracted And others nothing new.
Sach.t Acceeeerie.Boxes Bats Jewelry Godfreys fly to Saginaw, to ment not now In use,who wouldbe
Desk Sett R'i, "n ly Mrs. Joseph Godfrey and their five children and stay on willing to donate It to the 324,200:! pcv.t.KH. during. itt
Ensembles Loan Closet, should call Mrs. IJih seams la.t aumsec.The It does not matter what we seek
for week.
to visit a hoi office froee for the
; Edwards or Mrs. June Taylor le-week display of drMM and So long we do our best
"it i Col. and Mrs. Harvey Shelton left Friday to pick up at Mi. MJM.
moan' was 1.170.000.. Of low By trying striving hard each week
FOR HIM their son Jay at Georgia Tech, en route to Helena, Ark. The board passed a motion plays included te the repertory, To
. to spend Christmas week with Mrs. Shelton's parents Mr. authorizing purchase of a tape "kins ....." proved fee biggest please a kindly guest.
!\ recorder for use by the nurses di,... playing lo .T per cent
k Bill Clips Travel J n., Iii."i End. and Mrs. J. B. Lambert. They will be joined by anotherson In making the reports required spa ity. "Rich** IP laC..... By Adolph Kopen
ti. Coiy LJtei Weather Inch ,wnrnhe BUI. Harvey II who Is a senior at the United States Air on each home call. at i tb( Mr lent "The Couetrv -
fold. Force Academy And the Sheltons will reunion with other The Membership Committee, ails," SO per cent and "The
the of
under chairmanship Mrs.
I members of the family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lambert Jr. Lowe Burger, read the names oftt Bow'tOil 0eM.1S. Thompson HaynesAlfred
FOR THEM-Place Mst.I'ewteiSaladSets .
Candles and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Choate, all of whom live in Helena. new applications for member.
MUU Blake
. Glass- Pepper ,I The Jack Faulkners with Diane and Jay leave the 23rd lug ship, which received were since approved the last by meet the Stuart Thompson known as Undqubt Haynes, 76,

and still a beautiful selection of ChristmaiCarrla I for Atlanta. Jay Is especially pleased with the prospectsof board Torcasio "Old Tennessee., died short s Coepland resident, died Friday -
ly after 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at Naples Community Hospital. '
A Wrappings a snowy Christmas at his grandparents summer home presented The Nominating annual report Committee I giving A funeral mass for Frank Tor. apparently of heart A native of Bergen,

I on Lake Lanier in the mountains' of north Georgia. The th* names of officers and dI.I'caslo, 62, who died Friday more attack while cutting posts In Norway, he had moved toCope-

.. I Faulkners will be with Mr and Mrs. J. N. Watson and rectors to serve for the coming 'Ing at his home U BonltaSprtngs the woods three miles west land a few years ago from
o'clock Mon.
" Virginia'"elthtxove", year. The list was unanimously 'will be said at S of State Road 29 along the Georgia.In .
Crayton the junior J. N. Watson and their baby. 'day morning at St. Leo's Cath
approved by the board and will Miles Cloy Grade. 1915 Haynes Joined the
Cove stile MI 14840 ',I Mr. and Mrs Donald Campbell are leaving nothing toI. be presented at the annual I ollc[ Church la Bonlta Beaumont Springs, Thompson had complained United States Coast Guard and
Father Joseph pas.
I.chance.. They are prepared to get to Naples by tram, planeor meeting in January for action 'lor of St. Leo' will conducta earlier In the day of chest later became an ironworker,

.. car from Bronvxille, N.Y. They and Martha Karen and by Mrs.the general Edwards memberlblp.I reported that Rosary service at 7:30 o'clock palm, women who were work- but bad been retired for the
'tonight at the Earl G Hodges Ing with him told Coroner O.W. put few years He was s
Brian are expected this week by Mrs. Campbell's parents, she and her sister nurse Mrs '
funeral Chapel In Naples. Hancock.
member of
the Baptist Church.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Snyder, Bow Line Drive June Taylor, had attended the Friends call at the funeral
Neurological Nursing Institute at may Little U \known of his background He ls survived by two daughters
Mr and Mrs. William Schrade and Virginia of Mid- Gainesville November 4th and chap from t to 4 o'clock this except that he had Mrs, Mary Ramsay ofSIYIIIIAh.
afternoon. Interment will be In
t: (Continued on page 7) 5th. Mrs. Edwards also attended I the Naples' Memorial Garden spoken of baring a mother InTeruasee. Ga., and Mrs. Ada
the TB Orientation meeting at Besides his widow, Mrs. Mel. He had lived In Collins of Copeland;three sons,
Southwest! Florida TB HospitalIn via Torcasio, he is survived bya the bntnokalee area about IS Alfred Haynes of Ckwlstoc.
Tampa November tab, and brother, Louis Torcasio, anda yean and earned his living William F. and Otto E. both of
the South Florida State Hospital sister, Mrs. Anne Cbtrvlllbolo.tb cutting posts. Savannah; grandchildren and
Lovc/IIC6 Nursing Orientation Course in ( of Canton, Ohio. Funeral services are pending five great grandchildren.Rev. .
f.r December
/-1-0 "ci"u Hollywood >th and
Friends so desiring may make at the Richard A. Pittman CX. Martin pastor ol
fJ 10th. memorial donations to$t. Leo's Funeral Home In the
annual Naples. Copeland Baptist Church,
The regular meeting
l:1 l'Ir:1 111.J 'JJt/'t, I Catholic Church. will conduct funeral services

OJt.. Beech Club B..t, 8.. MI s.nu at 2:30 o'clock Monday In the
:!l flG ad:agar dda t t : r: t t :rr2 2c2 2 chapel of the Richard A. Pin
: DE MlKEir DANDRlTttteadraff man Funeral Home In Naples.

I hue had reaoVre b literally tdiMrdrr Interment will be In Naples

a rile te ... te ask If eye ., the Mkra Memorial Gardens
makeup, and rllr.Urlyfalw er oil glands of the .
*+4ttLU&s4O' .,.1..".. ran <.... may I he eHker the ...1|, for MEN ONLY Rhaffe r,Ponce de Leon Gumby
damage te natural ejelathee. > er dry Use. In toe hr.| Randolph Swain. Charles Sin
The e*..er U ,II.. (..laere It le the etrrprw.dtKtWe k Itetary, 'yne.Janes and Bob
It applied sd. reacted .f ell that Henderson.
ff. let with
t with tare there .. .. 01... tents the surface ltrr.. uf us help you your )'I1 Friends may call at the Pitt-

c: gar .kalM>eer. Ike eel.drrmia the .Vie t. peel off .krlIt's \ Christmas selections h: man Funeral Home from 9 Sun

er miter Ujer of read*. llaaM **>rr.| W, will be open Christmas week day morning BAH 9 at night.

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a body but It bar Ike there le net eamif k sot ... Refreshments wit be servedQt'QaA"
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K R'V tlon of an Episcopal priest. II1II (Cosrttnued free j psfs f} III:,!'
MAY LVLlJIAN ". la only In recent yearethet II

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George L. Cadlcan, I Bls<'Ion 11',>'t 1 'own, N.Y,. end Capt and Mrs Dewed DeW,He lIP.
r bishop of Missouri. "I <
Christmas was In the air,from holiday place cards ana I Joy know If a Roman Catholic takIng 'jrrow to visit Mr and Mrs Richard Clemson cf ,I

the dellgbtAiI "Christmas liSong" Hodges created the table derorattens ; 1 part in the ceremony t IN ,< <"rte Club Mrs Schrade and Mr DeW Id., n" ''I..
presented by the chore which Includedthreecot. preC'tclent-but It could he."
to the Christmas tree In the orful centerpieces The Rev. Richard H. Bakei' ins daughters" Capt DeWilde is at tie i)1"\11"" '

office, aDd tile decorated bul. f Ib4I' 17, now an lacooal de' S''I in Montgomery, AlaI
letln boards outside the Quid SUCKER DAY ( was ordained a priest 1)1 }
I holiday gathering' continue to thelar ,'I d
Room. The week Bay I 11m
ance wu Friday was Sucker Day at NHJ Bishop Cadlcan. The Rev. Join/
thoughtfully concluded by Christmas thanks to the Beta Club" Tootste Schultz, of St. Plus X Roman "( The H. Milton Links are giving thret oc kt,, ,I I, "

presents from torn Roll Pops tied with blue andyellow Catholic Parish Moberly. Mo. I, ', pper parties These will take place at i in II I, ,
teachers.4eets on Friday I yarn and stuck through paper b&id read the litany.Clergymen .
from other church '< ','n Road December 1 8th, 23rd and 29th
that read, "Eat 'Em Up,
CHRISTMAS CHORALE !all.." were sold at 10 centsa ea in this northeast Missouri W and Mrs Robert Ayrts of Rum Ro, 1 c hi

"Christmas In Song" an en. piece or three for a quar town of IN' also were United l'f't'll j house from 6 'til9 on December 22nd !Their l gr,i
chanting musical program, wu ter. You couldn't call then to take pert la the service at
presented by the Chorus Thurs.d" all-day suckers since all 600 a. Paul's lecopal _rell. S"I1 Bobby and Johnny .vacationing, t to Idn, Ad"

o evening In the auditorium of them were sold out by noon Southern Baptists, Asaemety" of carragut School and this weekend flew tc Mtxuo (

Ulster the direction of Miss Polly God and nseiple et Christ to b. with their family
Jenkins, this glee club sang sued CHRISTMAS VACATIONS ministers, Methodists, other Mo
favorites as "Angels We Have A number of teachers at NIC man Cathcllea and Preebyterl.: Here for their annual winter stay in N II|, es itFrop "

Heard "on High.Little" "Joy to the will be enjoying the holidays ana accepted. ,ral Apartments, Fourth Avenue South ue Dr a'I"
World "The
,", and "Do You Hear DrummerBoy WhatI out.of.sUte Mr. William and around Florida. Mrs Allen Wmsor, of Brookline, Mass Mr t"" i Mrs I d'
Hear?" Vicki Duncklee and Ing to New Jersey with his family ly. S luedders, of Coldwater, Mich, end Mr d'i I Mrs [4th,

Rusty EUerdlnk narrated. Mary for two weeks;Mrs.Margie Lam. Carver Area 'urran of Sherman, Conn

medley Ellen Meade of Christmas tang a songs solo ,In and a hereon will visit her children rLAt's'I1
she and Sue Ballard were solo and West grandchildren Virginia, and Pennsylvania In Baltimore, room at Shadow) \\ II I 101'1,1.\1, \ old.I f"und i !vim nnvrlu, i tin, hs and\ \ Party Set ForChristmas /stors, here! early this year Thy left Bio 'c"Iteid( H

ists In "The Carol of the Friend.ly Mr. Edmund Lowe will go to girls Hi said h- ? ill lie 1 I I. u" k < 't" ,,i '. N I F\ Vh several weeks ago to moat to Scott",ide| A

of about Beasts.fifteen" girls A select raised group their Roan Laurel will, Mississippi spend the) Mrs holidayswith Glen EveThe Before! arriving at The Plantation lest week!! I,triavi nY

voices In song for"O Holy"Night" her daughter and her dalllb.ter' rSt irJ ITfir Naples Society Club, organized "I f"t'Ilt Port Evt rqlades, for a two-week Ch,, tuc,

and "Birthday chorus of Is a King.large tort husband In Concord, :. .. ,r In November will hold bran cruise
The so ......
Georgia Mrs. Patricia
It Is actually a combination will be )In Macon, Georgia Hauling Mr. 'R. a Christmas Eve Parry December I last night Mr and Mrs C B Nye gave .i (f"II'' I

two sections which meet and Robert Kennedy will go to La 24 In the Carver Reeres'lion "" ""Idult'Dr Elizabeth' and Dr Mane Anders i Hw'J, ,
d .
practice separately. Together Grange, Georgia! Coach Jerry i 1 rlA Center. Dancing musk, 1",1' fdflv 'o lie 111 Cleveland until Januarys 6th 1'.t'" "
they number about seventy. The Morris Is off to Tennessee for and an exchange of gifts will
group of girls singing Thursday one week; Coach Jerry Howell P highlight the party to sun at Drs Anrlersch will be in their hone 01 Han ei laEl '

night was from the accelerated will spend one week In Tsnnes. Bi 130 p.m. I ?heth Andench lives In Athens, Ohio where sh '
section.A Is In see and one week In North Caro. Lucius Layton president ol I'I'" i i I r' i,,"//1-,1\, t at Ohio University" > M"/I' .
note of appreciation line, "10 both sets of the said
order for Miss Jenkins and her grand society, theclubplans "h I \ "' d with thr: University Hosp"Ml "n R .':'
parents can their
see grand and
I frequent panics, picnics
choristers for the fine work they children"
1s entertainment duringthe
have done. The annual Christ special
presentation is thoroughly Says Coach Billy Bryant I'm / coming months.
enjoyed by not only teachers and going to Klngstree, South Other officers of the newly
A eIr
Carolina and eat home made ,v
well. formed Include
students, but the public as organlaatlon
However, the usual program put corn bread and pus, Mr. Ross LM Layton, vice presIdent I
Fred Willis will be going to
on during school hours wu missing Miami and Ohio and will spend t Ellis Gloater treasurer

much to the disappointmentof We'll be Christmas Day In Charlotte Har. Mildred Smith, secretary, and

everyone at NHS. her; Mr. Clinton Smith will go Ruby N. Layton, financial secretary -
for It next year.
hoping to Miami and Jacksonville and rlI "l Ir ,
will do some hunting In Talla. r'r I 1 '
CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS hasseei Mr. Howard Scherman !
The College Club and the Student Is driving to Miami and Sara.
Council gaily decorated the seta; Coach Richard Thomu will
NEW YORK UP Produirttpoct "
two bulletin boards outside Mr.
visit his parents In Cape Coral
dsctfcne In demand i I"
a 1
Lowe's office, and anyone pas Mrs. Inns Olson will go to Cape ,,
sane t'pfllll'l' nlahi ticket Hi ""
sing through the Administration Canaveral to be with her daugh. n ,
Building could enjoy the festive ter and tier daughter's husband; Broidwiy.Thi .
adornments. One board was falloff, espectellynIIr
after Christmas, Mrs. Herma '' /
able among ncnmuiuilnrfarintIs ', rrt
covered with lustrous blue paper, '
Williams is going to Edgewater
framed in blinking colored lights, Beach. blamed. by O <*tr l(.nvhd _",
of the An'rlllo.m. tThMvUat
ornamented with a holiday
Mr. and Mrs Robert Mortland
FretAI"' a.t rind I
tree the
wreath. A paper ire among the Neapolitans enjoy. ,
other board was also outlinedIn log the holidays at home. Mr. A BIT of ball room dancing In Mrs Laura Anderson's second tirade Managers,, on ''',1.1'i ii SANTA'I At< AT f Anl'Fil! Tin ,!m ;iM i iIIIIIH I
i ctntlnt .InI i "I wrun
"blinkers." Wallace Woodruff will stay here at Shadowlawn was a part of the fun at ."Ida,'* Christmas party t t"t it pr ?,, I. '. |init\ 'cr, loll' I I F'udat! itrlii i tl" < n
Also, a welUrlmmed and "keep Mrs Woodruff from lit w," .llnu., I I", urn I. I" SI liutil II It II tli' Ann.rlt an l I.tI"i II'i iI'i" '"
mil tree was thanks bedecked to the Beta put spoiling my granddaughters." U. whe'JI( >U" IIllr. .1 I tt, A U, II' "lIt.lhll\\I'11 up with uixullua (tti Hu' vuuiiic1nnrl Ic I ..
In the office
Bender will spend
stealing the Capt. George ins ..t'11< r trllicI! ,i rh,, .uti, beat umhi/* r"r..11 Tin 1..611(111 hal 1"V'tiaoiIhi <'d' w
Club. C. H. stop build.
( his carport
the vacation ,
Of first I t. .,
1'rttgm.n "i
tinsel 0 boat. Mrs. Beryl Finley -a" i |) it1fui. 111 ,vimn j.i' log a .
mac irliai than dar n'.m' I ,.1 l lI ,
Is entertaining her nieces and rn txprpMiun of nap 'erlatlrln from MiOhi r SII'
30: lime, .* e t '''hle''' e Inreu.wers
INTERACT SPEAKER nephews from Northern Ohio. Huller, mhnol principal ,
of ells a..4Iinci, h.
Bill Folkerts, secretary Is also
Mrs. June Bremerman
a'-cried, causes th ni..r- 1S
many < ,
Interact Club, reports that Mr. spending Christmas In Naples.Bays U + t + ll ,
''fl' 10 defer allendemr.Wofford j ( s jl'
A. H. Hackett was guest speakerat Miss Betty Sando "I'm wu '
last Friday's meeting. Mr. ping to stay In Naples and live ,41 ,
Hackett, who has spent most of like a typical tourists"Perhaps
his life In foreign service, spoke Mr. George K ar.n.y' .
ont "The Value of EmploymentIn vacation will be the most $$|: .1".I
Foreign Countries." unusual. He will trail Us home. ( HiiliiliiSB"

made sailboat alone from Luther B Wofford 71, a < :! .
CHRISTMAS LUNCHEONThe Wrlghtsville, North Carollna.to resident of IQCth! Avenue, Naples \ '

faculty and Student Coun.cU Naples. Park, died at Naples Community }? A.JI: 1111h11/'illIf'
of NHS entertained School Hospital Friday afternoon, He ; I

Board and PTSA members and COMING EVENTS had been employed at the Kee., I I .
representatives from the County The Interact Club has clul. waydln Club for a number of 0 III. utsflf .
: it new haled i ll
School office at lenged Key Club to a SO-mlle years
::0 rum, Ih. hulld., ........ C'
survived bi other
la by a ,
a Christmas luncheon Friday at hike to be taken about the be. to' r
the schooL Those who enjoyed ginning of January The Invitation J, C W if ford HoIlrwund.S,C? i;;:'!) ,n.LJ -:

a delicious turkey dinner with was made In the form of and a salter, Miss Ruth Watford, s.. Phyllis t'pt.a' A'"'' Sapient at, ?;:

all the trimmings Included Mr. a public announcement by Tim of Washington, D. C ( Uui. .. rnrlln .::110',,, ('|WM, f.

and Mrs. Leo Chickening, Mr. Blade this week. The 60-ralle Funeral aervlees will be held /tbi' Rill ,a...., Msnlrqclef ,
and Mrs. E. George Rogers, tramp will start from Naples and at 10 o'clock Tuesday morningIn r Wo takr erne plru'uif In .Hrk-nmlnv A''''..

Mr. and Mrs. John Roan, Mr. pass through Estero. Orglnally, the Earl 0, fledges Funeral 7;;:: OvrduN tu u'lr -Iff l hair stylist form ry| r'
and Mrs. James Lulejian, Mrs. the Journey was to be 15 mllee Chapel with the Rev Oscar Me. :i from F..r| mlereViU. ,and| r.r. Cesl. MarM ..
Emolee Barrett, Henry B. long and to have Bonita Springs folium, pastor of the Central 4
Watkins, Jr., Homer Jones,Prln. u Us destination.\ The athletic Baptist church, in chsrge In. 1:'): }& "Scanty Safo( ,
clpal Wallace Woodruff, Joy Interact Club members Intent termed will be In Naples Me. r r. "
Hodges, Linda Uhlich and Tom an making the trek are EriC mortal Gardens, 5 i* The Complete Woman World"!

Bernard Linda Uhlich made the Steele, Joe Deland, Tim Blade, Visitation will be held at the Call MI
Dennis Fields, and Rick PUNCH CAKE AND rnE."iESTSf'rI'; nil II' ''l''I'd in th. C'hl'iltmHIl Hodges Funeral chapel; from t \) 2-4o72 The Naples She ping PlanaFLOWERS '

l Zlemons. These club members party held in !Mrs Louis )1 a..",I'll thud vim!, ,I' "H.I"I\* \ lil\\ n to 4 rlock Monday afternoon W i *JXxrvv; uC i Pi < 5kV'
< :
ire prepared to hike the full and iron 7 to t Monday nighi s { H )}
SO miles, even U the Key Club .
.;.J doss accept the challenge.At First ChristianTo sexes. for aa I loll as they care mea service I o'clock wed .,

Tuesday's Pep Rally, Tom te stay, aocordlm to spokesmen nesday night\ December 23. A

Bernard, student representative Give TableauOn for die ah rgbu special. feature of me evening
of the newlyJOrmed chapter of will be the presentation of "in

lie American Field Service, an. Church Lawn His Father's House",a Christmas -

MNiced that Naples High will have The story of The NatMrjrwill Gospel ItaptintH play with a "different"message. '
of five
: pleasure entertaining
coma: to We in Naples .
ITS students from Miami during and To Hold Christmas The U invited. Admission .
Tuesday Wednesday public I IalJdGREENS
tilt: weekend of January 8th. nights
rheje foreign exchange students when the members of the Service'edncsda will be free, and an

rill be Introduced to WHS ... Christian Church present sllv ) additional treat will te provided 4s

dents and faculty: In an aaeem. Ing portrayal of the manger The Gospel Baptist Churl I each child who U present k I IAI

HOLLAND bly program and they will stay scene on the church lawn at of Naples, locexed one mu,

SALLEYINC In the homes of Individual It 110 the comer of Mandarin and east of the County Counhouaeon tWt B* A Utltrbig eerMAKE

dells Orchid Drive. U.s. 41,will have Its Chris
From T to 9>30 each ev.. I

ing, a cast of IS Including : YOUR 110MB FEEL.: : AND rl_ \ y'J

.9atUlc'1 Social Security Shepherds, wise Men, die :\

ISO ,. AVI S Visit In CountyA Tore Kings the Angel. Mary. LOOK LIKE. ( lIltlST, IAS. .\
NA/115 'LotOAFurniture Joseph and the Want Jesus win BOOKS
representative of the Social, re-enact the ancient tableau
Security Office will be at the"against the background of a The beauty of pomxettias 4.

Justice of Peace Court Building narration of the
la Immotalee tomorrow Dec.... There will even be live ant- The warmth of yellow and 'w
ber 21, from I ajn. to Ions GIFTS
tugs ''
mil In me and plans
Applicants are requested to manger bronze mum. and the large
Accessoriesand bring Social Security card, evt are under way to arrange for
dunce of age, sad a record of tit Sur Bethlehem to aspear variety of cut flowers ,

Objets d'art last year's end this year's earm. and move' toward the scene: at i
logs nee coming for as later the proper moment. TO BE OPENED are all here to add to .

not to be foundelsewhere. new. The public 1s invited to ob- .
st' Christmas
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( -, Clark 1 Leads Naples To 55-41 -Win, 'Over Vce- r--l

preparations at Yen. seven points u the third quart. ,
Br HAYS LYON tee, 'but It loosened up" and er opened, but Naples then reeled ,

\ VEtKJE am Clark's to. gave him 40 trouble Airing the off 14 consecutive points to take "' ..' Gators Win
thersome knee injury rive Mm game, Clark said a commanding 42 Jl edge Hit. --- IP
no trouble FrWajr night, and theRentor On defense, dark held Ugh. chic scored eight of these points
center led Naples rath Scoring Venice forward Jim 81. and set up dark for two more.
School's basketball team to aneasjr kora to seven points. offense, The rugged forward dropped Ina HomecomingGame
55.41 triumph over Venice. the Naples center had his most fall-away shot, a IWootunp
Clark cored IS points In tile front man on a
productive night In three years, shot, and was
first Barter to get Naples out la dropping In IB points He had fast break. He also had two free SPORTS
front from the start. Tbe Eagles 14 earlier In the season against throws during this Hurry. 67-66
bad a nlne-polnt halftime lead and Alva. Clark and Weeks each scored c It4; ;

expanded It to 19 after three Clark domlnlated the first four points as Naples enlarged a esP k a 4 . . . . . . . . .
quarters Coach Jerry Howell quarter play, scoring Naples' 44.27 lead to 92-27 with ISl20 Everglades High School cappea
let his second five play toe last first nine points. He dropped In left In the game. Clark came Ins homecoming celebration Fri.
five mlnutM. and the Indians cut a free throw before the game out at this point, and received a day night with a dramatic 6746 10 COUER COUNTY NEWS, Naples Fie., Suodey, December 20. 19.l

into the margin sllghUT. began, after officials called a round of applause for his work. overtime victory over LaBelle.,
The victory (are Naples a 44 ttchnlcalloul on Venice for wear. Other members of the starting Both teams went at It hot and
record for 1964. The team will lug numbers greater than five on five had departed shortly before. heavy In the overtime period at.
not play again until It travels to their new uniforms. Naples scored three points In ter they finished In a 68.5 dad
LaBelle January 8. Venice has Clark then scored a basket the last five minutes, two by lock In regulation. The victory Grand OpeningOf
three setbacks without a victory.In from the base line after taking King and one by Gary Sharp. was Everglades' sixth In eight\
practice Wednesday and a feed pass. Hi cashed another They were the first points for games, and the loss was La.
Thursday, Howell had the team setup, then stole the ball from either player this season. Belle's first after five victories
concentrate oo running offensive a Venice player In the back Not seeing action for Naples Everglades now beads the
patterns with lots of passingand court and "scored again from Friday night were two playerswho Everglades Conference standings Golden Gate
moving around. This Is In ,close range Then he put In a were suspended by Howell at the holiday schedule break.
contrast to the Eagles' run-and. rebound to make It Clark 9, Ven. after an incident in practice Wed. tiITr C J The Gators will resume play
shoot style of previous years. .Ice 8. nesday night. One of them was January 8 with a home game

The rangy center added two guard Bill Morton, a starter, ; against Immokalee. Everglades Jan. 9-10
BETTER PATTERNS ,1 more field goals before the first and the other was reserve for. league record to date Is Z.O, Course
Friday night the team appeared .period i ended. Naples' second ward Dennis Fields both overtime decisions against ,
to have become better adjusted to \ missed shots and deer Alva and LaBelle.Dona .
quarter scoring was more balan. Errors, on Sunday,
pattern offense. It cut down on I ced. The Eagles saw Venice tensive lapses by the Naples "B" Patrick, a senior, was Plans for the two-day grand will highlight play will
floor mistakes and took very fewI I close to within three points team permitted Venice to take crowned homecoming queen sthalftlnM opening of the Golden Bate Golf January 10. This event

low-percentage shots. When an .22J9., but Van Weeks sank two a 48.42 victory in Friday's preliminary kdt In the varsity contest and Country Club, set for January be sponsored by the Naples
occasional fast-break opportunity ;;tree throws, Clark dropped In a Coach Dick Thomas' 'ltOlAft4 Friday night. 9 and 10.have been announced Rotary Club with Les Grimes

presented Itself, the Eagles tookI I shori-range basket after taking a Eagles found a 12-polnt halftime A large crowd witnessed the by Gen.C.E.Jung managing as chairman. Prizes will be
idvantage.Iark ,I pass from Glenn King, and Tom deficit a hard thing to overcome. game and got more than their director. Plans Include awarded to low gross and low
( had a recurrence of his !.Bernard stole the ball and scoredto They: came within five points money's worth of excitement. Ev.erglades tournaments for Juniors, men net scorers to both winner
on.And.of knee ailment In last I make It 20.19 at half- Im.. during a fourth-quarter riU".but also squeaked by La- and interclub competition and runner-up Jung said.
with "r' EYES ON TilE BALL Naples center Steve Clark women,
Tuesday's game control.John 47-45.
Venice remained In Belle In the "B" game, Special events on Sunday In*
glades. He took It easy In prac. FROM WAY OUT Pitcock of Venice dropped In 17 (dark jersey) battle for possession under the In other action In the area by various civic clubs ctudei most Improved second

tics Wednesday and Thursday. Jerry Hawkes clicked from points, while Naples had three Naples backboard in Friday nixht's !55.41! victoryat Friday, North Fort Myers lost and numerous special contests. nine nearestthe-pln women'i

The Injury bothered him some Id .1 long range to bring Venice within boys In double figures. Venice. Clark tossed In 25 points Gary Whit. to strong Bradenton Southeast Paul Hahn. golf exhibitionist, drive, No. 3 hole women's

f eaker ((10)) and MOlt Chiles ((8)) of Venice also fol. 60.55; Fort Myers stayed tin. will appear at 3:30 p.m. on on putting and
low the ball's flight. (NEWS photo) beaten by topping Sarasota River. January 10, as a special fea putting girl's
'Ydtlr lx'YfrJI J'tfrYfilG+ Yd Yx'1 l fi'3GrYfiY 'YfiYfi1tl Yfi view, 69.44; and Alva rolled over ture. men's longest drive on hole

Moore Haven 8242. Jung urged those who plan No. 6.
s Football Coach Woody Hayes The Scoring to participate contact Golden This program," said Jung,

MOTOROLA started the 1964 season with a Gate pro shop by mall or telephone "Is being conducted as a com
t recorder 60 victories, 19 defeat
affair All
touchy proceedswill
NAPLES FG FT TP ss soon u possible
% and six ties at Ohio State Harris 1-6 0-0 2 Xmas Surprise order to permit the tournament go to the Collier County

I Ritchie 4-9 2.3 10 committee to draw flights and Library Fund. An entrancefee

Clark 11185 25 Planned Gals establish tee-off times.A of $1 Is established for
Iley J Bernard 3-10 3-1 9 By Junior tournament will open the tournament and 50 cents

i I Koch 0-4 0-1 0 the two-day event with four for the special events. Golden

LET Weeks 2-2 2-2 8 Of Beach ClubA flights In competition It 8 a.m. Gate Country Club will contribute *

Color/6! t.1' King 0-1 2-4 2 nine-noie"Cnnstmas Surprise Saturday January B. There all prizes"

Spingler 0-1 0-1 0 Tournament" followed by will be two flights for each All planning to participate
J Sharp 0.2 1-3 1 a Christmas party Is the plan group, 13 to 15, and 16 through are urged to call Golden Gate

"I Hackney 0-00-00 for next Tuesday's outing of 18. Prizes will be awarded to Pro Bill Vach. at Ml 9-9121,

TOTALS 21.5313-28 65 the Beach Club Women's Golf winners and runner-upslllelCb or mall entree request to his

Bvt VI"lat011I Association. Gifts of $1 value flight. This segment of the office at Golden Gate CountryClub

VENICE FG FT TP will be exchanged and refresh affair will be sponsored by the Box 1675. Participants

Sikorl 3.131.2 1 oems will be served st the Naples Interact Club. Phil are urged to state established

the new generation Chiles 1.10 0-2 2 party, a spokesman announced. Derbyshire Is the chairman. handicaps and specify desired:

bid you know that the Joelson 0-2 2-6 2 In the two ball, best ball Tournaments for men under starting time. Electric cans

body you arc carting around Elliott 1-1 0-0 2 tourney played last Tuesday,, 56 and senior men will startat should be reserved In advance

'I of Color TVMure \\1 li one of three general Haw ms 1-14 0-0 14 Mrs. Daniel Beggs and Mrs. 9)30 a.m. on January 9, Jung said

11 lypriT Square, stocky<< Landgrlf 2-4 Q-O 4 Elvln Jones playing ss one events sponsored by the Naples Refreshment tables will be

f \ bodies of average height are Ringo 1-1 1.3 3 team tied for first place honors KIwanis Club.WUf Woodlll acting operated by the Beta Sigma

11 called "neeomorph1! those Suave 0-2 0-1 0 with the team comprisedof as chairman. The two tour Phi Sorority.

\1 which are softly roundedare Morgan 0-2 2.2 2 Mrs. T.K. Montgomery and naments will simultaneous

known as "endontorph" Greene 1-3 3.3 5 Mrs. Edward Anderson. Each ly and competition will be In

jldll.sc ..n THIS \1 and "rttomorphi" are of the! TOTALS 18-589-19 41 team shot a net 68 to tie for medal play. rUJ-LrC NOTICi
C5J: !' dewsllm eats k and tall Plans call for several flightsin
k rnctengular.look... n lean, fragile variety honors. NOTICE 0* PUBLIC HEARING
a/erDMl. ........ CIIet/ I t .' "' ........--.e..... w If you happen to Naples 16121611.5 S Second place, with kiwi 70, the 'younger men'stour- The .public, -I I.. harby wilt'Informed hold,
+ r' h b*
w that *rlnf
... It............M kbM oar ewal......._N \1 and fl. 10 JO A M., Tuesday J.nu
Me e low low 5t
...._ O"MIY........... Wnj. are MM' pad sM.Ttiey NOT Netherlands) you may be Mrs. Fred Haynes.In to gross net .ry 't. leon for th.lurpou of h.er.Ine -
J k robs TVTV Mr.Arun.plru.whrll @ M dOMf aOMlfeto W Ian WN with thH Iwg ever THIS k surprised to note that the Naples "B" FG FT TP the nine-hole group the winners and runners-up in both any complaint or roatont why
followlne thoold not b* re zonada
.MllMMIIIII = and the senior the
awn .. I Nr TY Maw public phone booth are Townsend 4.13 3-5 11 winners were Mrs.Frank Blair the men's tour etcribd hrmTract :

\1 11d r' w.dw segregated by sizes Finger 3.114.6 10 and Mrs Leslie McConneU with nament. Eligibility In the senior ,.corded I I. O.l.r In Plot Oil Book tubdlvltionat r. pals,

Steele 5-14 8.11 18 a net 40.Hawks. segment limits players to t. Colli.r County. Record, from
All these varying type Agriculture/ to C J Commerciel.
55 and
Johnson 1-1 H 2 over.
Ownr J.mw L Ball.
hare one thing IB common Goodlette 1-3 1-2 3 Teams from the Naples Exchange BOARD Of
full yiarI they all want the right Klwanls COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
M. Weeks 0-2 0-0 0 Club Rotary. SEAL)
l1u..nf. llJwind.: home, in the right location Peel 0-0 0-0 0 Sarasota and Lions have been enteredin AI usr.I C. W T Scott., Clark
Sy lastly
\1 "' .............bIl war and at the right price. Theie TOTALS 14-50 1'-28 42N.plel Game Is CancelledNaples the Inter club tourney. The 0..1). Clerk
eaana"e=AM as are requisitions we lake In Exchange Club will sponsorthis Doe 10, 1964 sets
rn r M.m ---
frI pr
p"M"Nun 1ft ........ Ms ArrtntM \1' stride here at VIVIAN 8 1 9 18-2 Hawks youth football tournament with FrankUsinowlcs IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
mufti M,Met. *.*...All Mir town I]. Powerful eh.**. b prMMMmffee'wee. OGG KEALTUK, 824 Fifth Venice team apparently ended Its season and Tom Abbott ** JUDGE. COLLIER COUNTY,
... ..... .. 11 18 8 12-48 acting ,
Maul e*.. U' *:see jb* ed.m had .d M.wNq scheduled FLORIDA IN PRORATE
7 .1174**..I" r*.***vHwsp*>.*. sew...,.... ..............M.IIIN. w hbMhy \ Are. 80. Naples Fla. Call this week when a gamewith co-chairmen. IN RE ESTATE OF
I the Sarasota North all-aUrs HENRY W. ICHRAMM
MI 2.nn and see. DttOtutf.
at Sarasota was canceled.
Sarasota requested the cancel IONS HAVING CLAIMS OR D[
\\1 Carver Rams Win, latlon, according to word from Four special events consisting MANOS AGAINST SAID ESTATEYou
end pock of you are h.r.by
Naples coach John lamurrl, be. of long drive nearest-the- notiliid, end roqulrd to prism mycl.imt
t Junior-Varsity cause of lack enough players pln. most Improved second ant d.m.nrd. which you, or
The IQwants-sponsored Hawks nine, and putting contests will slat\ of of you HENRY W p:tR'MtlM*.
Vs low down payment Loses To WauchulaThe chalked up eight\ victories against be held. Prizes furnished by ,*....... lit* of saId County, to thehout ,
Count Jul' of Coll.r County

0 Carver Rams scored one tie and one loss this season. Golden Gate Estates, will be Pbrda. .1 6r. afllca to Cho court
Vt I many months to pay Their two-year record Is 15-14. of Mid County ot COM NplM.
Vs i/ their second victory as many awarded to winners In each Flood, within' "R celendr month
you've couldn't starts with a 39-36 victory After a tie and a one-potntloss event. from tea time of the first public-/
-1j thought you k In their first two games, the lion of ihrs, notice. Two copra of
Word color TV set think again I over Lillian R. Brown of Wau Mixed two-ball foursomes sock cleim, or ".m."" shall b. Inwritine
Hawks rolled eight straight
while the up ;. and *nll t.l. th. ploc ef
Chances ere your old black-end- k chula, JuniorVarsitywas victories Deluded was a 13.0) ,**,'*..ce and pot office eddr.%* of
white set will be the only down ambushed by the Junior victory over the Ptnallas Park th to*by claimant tk..llr.M, and. Mall ant.be attornaytnd eworn
payment needed I I1 Dragons, 40-34. Tbunderbirds a week ago That Name Pro Bowl accompanied. by f.lngas of
The fought contest saw .... dollir and tuck claim or demand
tightly win avenged the lone set back, Game Coaches not to fild hll b..0,1.
Jack Perry score 18 points a 74 decision, suffered at PI. PAUL E. SCHRAMMA .
\1 = for the victors while Frankie nellas Park early la the season. LOS! ANGELES: (AP) but I end..TdttmontMINRY..ul.. of th'Of* lout Will

11' Anderson scored 16 points for Bbula, pilot of the Baltlmori I W, SCHRAMM
\ selection Footbal dc**'*d
complete. the losers. Colts and the National .PARKS 4 EMERSON
Bowles first string League's Coach of the year, seed MS Kh A"*nu* South.
i of cabinet Hayward ClevelaiK I N.otM FloridaAnornavt
Collier of the
guard of the Rams Is lost for Hole-In-Wall for tho into of
Browns were named Saturda]r HENRY W SCHRAMM.
k Motorola Color/65 sets see Radiosfrom the season because of a broken to coach the Western and East. Dctod.
available ,In fine cabinet arm suffered during the first Women Bnjmln, O Park
many $11.95 en teams In the Pro Bowl gars I for the firm
!\1 discos Including decorator '# half of the game, according to Against Par here Jan. 10. DM I*, It 1H4 Jan J. II. IMSMM

k sets designed by Drexel Tape Recordersfrom Coach Herbert V. Cambridge. Simla's Colts, winner of thii
exclusively' for Motorola. Competition against par la i I Western Division title, ADd Cot.

$14.95Stereo match play highlighted Thursday'tier's Eastern Division champs CRUISING
U.W. ClouserMrfrepollUn O&1nIlor members of the Hole- meet la the NFL champlonshl]
Sets In. tae-Wall Women's Gilt Asia Dec. 17 In Cleveland.B iswoNomuiAH.
ken. 'L .J punt arouse ae sMla
lnurnc CaawN.MMetropolitan clition. will be the first head coachIng
-1 23LK410A from $79.95 Class A honors were won by Job la the Fro Bowl for botl All 1r61s.A>flUl/l/
If- Record Life Miss Justine Wakelee. Mrs. J. / .wmm t tMineM
Playersfrom cuMrn H. Morton won Class B and men.The two squads are due t.<0 A.d Il..p.nd. .. MHpk

'i I() Why wait ? Get the look \1 $t9.9d ... --.R .. Mrs. Roy Bmtth was the win. report" U Los Angeles a wee) .ad.4....I M.5w.+ww......a. C.Ilb.e.T11 a. A. n.a.
9 ..iIIl"1J.neftlf a let la Class C. Top honors after the NFL title game.
\\1 of tomorrow today. \\1 program la At your pep for the) nlneJxJe group were $ WHLDTA
Mrs. O. .. Robert 1915
11 sisal Life ittiurancewed won by members of the ; outAleteAwg
i \* *. Cadet wiled: A spokesmen announced there Big Tea have wen 321 lost 144 eoaAL cranes
will tournament.nest week
be no ,
N MIdway 2-30W and led 20 in non-conference r a e..S row s..nmt.l.pb.r
\\1 tGet Motorola Color/68\'i'I Thursday, December 14. football competition. a Msa&M f
P. O. Inert MS Naples LMaI Tr.a.l arllac 9.e.iaar
you'i\'iic j -- -- -- --- Well be happy to give SiSi

11 *Tess t.dI ear.M ues.aa4 the personal new generation demonstration of color of to tt FLY NAPLES _

TV sets Come In soon. kc
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I PRICES START AT $399.95100K I Records make perfect .
jrifts. Record Racks J Year Round Dally Schedule

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Announcement 15-S .. Help! Wanted 38-Autos For Sal. 51-Wanted To Rent 57-Hout For Sale 59-Acreege PUIUC NOTICI PUBLIC NOTICI

VERA-S: PEAUTY! SALO Ar* you 'looking for o good Si Chevy Impale HT MS CIO Completely turn thed house i'n. One i'fhr b ar5 I"It, I. houv., FIVE VEARS' .FROM TOOAY OlTICr, OF PUBLIC HfARINdTh. NOTICE,
1171 Mi *t. South part time or full 1,me 'scoosa "5 Si .Ford XL HT Pew.r A rRambler good n*.ghtwrhood ) bedroom. you vr .vr 5 \.." 1 bedroom, We th nk a lot et pewple will beteyin public I I. hereby Informed The Dame end ,,..11 Water F:"tCo."O"
.. lit* Av.. 4 olll.r C* er Napletr Many II American 4 drSI a b.th Phone Ml tMI2IJII t bat, Mo.d. Room enBOH "I I wish I I'd .bought Deller thAI > public hear:ng will .be held : of the Slat' of Florida
7th. ItNt. Ml I SM7Canwr 000loilti, deeler, tarot S2 SO Fpre) Angell'l drSI ftS2.kal ,,'lit. : : ',: :', ro-c Countv acreage at 114 Os the. foOU'C'. Eett Ntpte, under end by v.rtu. of th. po....,
u and up per hour Write Raw Ford Falcon doe CBS ,, I, ', S",.rOHLV ., ,1'110O, We tows acreage et rio, el Tueedey Suns end oulhor'Iy' grentod under Sadie
I.iH. Dep FA.L S40 IS, Moos H 04. II...*. W..en I drSO I GasH' I.' I, 0.."., "ass tmt end price to UH every .', S lOot for the purpne 'of heer W ot Article: IV of the Conatltutior:
O..TH. NAplesKNDCNOAAT5N Pt, .. Ten 12/2 St Sivy Impel 4 dr. Pw Air l Estdte Wanted Possot "'.1' $1200007CAiPOA7s ,iiecketbookIK i ol000c complelnt or reeten why of the ...t. of Florida. a* amondet
M Fir* teleil MS Ft.... acre on Mate Highway' tho followin should not bo r* ,os.dOs end. ratified by th Santo.* of .Floridr
IS Ft Tr.vel Trailer Want to buy m or near Nntl* '515.7wtotAl. SlOt acre with five, y.orsI detcnbed herein: on November 1. IM?. and Rule anMe
754 A"n DI". Smell. houaa cottage Writ* TOSS ,, per A ttr.p of 'lend IM feel wide. .uletlont, of the CommIssion ....n.
MI f.7713 I6-Help Available TOP GRADE USED CARS before Dec 30 to Brock. )150 Is" iosiam. Ti M'' 15105 payacret too' a : lection. 1? 4 to atteblith at c Wildlife Refuel

: UNIFORMS' COLLIER COUNTY en II' D #1. Llgonler. P*. -r- ." byu..a' ibodrsSiS : dlrectlt flOM on Stele HI. ?0 Top ,T'.rtIIo ... 27E CelHerCojnty for en :indefinite period ot time tnt

, 13 U to 111 II. All tim' V Mature, women capable" end .. 11/27 lOt I bash. CIS booms.ootsal 0 er clete In the ',Fie''i.rwa.: Seuthweetertyof following: Pinna,deacnbed area in ottebllthed Collier
.'<.. ond "large W* lieva bddsdLINNISI ''Ia'h': : ry' compen MOTORS 111 140 Ml, elll! RANDOLPH FULLER mere per County : pretently
Ion. ; Live I In. Aveil: From. owner. lerT bulldli *nei
I Bare eble J.". I. Call collect Ft I4t3iryirrA1 and rrra.ee tree Near tj* "tnooNeplet corner of Section 17 UNIFORM SHOP wr.... E: d. 14214 between 4 Coad. 5115 firm. Will take nite. Ft Mveit or H. IMy **- Pork? bedroom REALTOR *ert, n ill run S II* M 40" II eomprieing tome 12 ecretmore .
IMS HindiSt.Pt.Mysr', Fit, p.m. H 7 p m I"" It7.ChUd smaller .., Ml "'.d.. Sal Los to Collier County Newt, Sores kIctso4, t I r halts nee worposi. C, ills U feel lIen the Section or lett. plus tho land dateribed .
Petrte Wood Chryaler Plymouth P 0 Bo. lilt AOl ,",Q"hOD or'"! I I to o concrete monument; et 'So : N w
iSopr : :
: Ml 2.Sill Ml 24JM thence N OS 10 E inn lootI corner of Rft
7iid' John. and lemihet tin. er AttociitetPhil Associate the Southweeterly. r ght of wey E. Collier' County. Florida' .
eerely want to thank .11 of our Cars after S p m lIar It N. Keyet H,Idy 01.., line ef said. Temieml. Troll foP ano IS.ncoolua. the North line of
frlendo end cuetomor* who 55-Store Office I. y tislIM N.'I" pnepon5is 'nt ol thence B* N "
o beginning: tent Section M 4117 I IllS 21
earn t. .ha "_,,.1 to at,., For the bett ued car buy In 655.51 p.. 40" feet ..
w III St thenc tM feet: thence I S4 41 II W ISM
boo ... RoOd Red ,, WOOD ROBERT H JAEGER Nat'V'I. .
help an4 encouragement to Middle' aged grandmother will 40 I*" MM leet er 10 t".
OftK for rent CMM -rs. f mere feet to wett line of said
i.'" the Dime Made Donut do baby Itn. For Information CHRYSLf". PLYMOUTH. tp.te Corp* Slit Sth Reg tot aok" ... boss. to the losS line, sU the Weal aection thence elong' the W line
:hop open' Iknowthip.opI. call Ml' ;')M|. u/ii It North Trail.tlr' Ml Colony 11055. A..IIo..f N...... Shop*.' Ctr Tot 1.161 5$ HOrdo otItIs SlI900iO. labs, en htif (WH) et the lost pelf J'thl) of laid section, I' ft to" E W 71
wont (all, ui. Incoroly komodI4a1i... w. paved mreet H>at elf U S' 41 ol tald Section, 20. thence feet to the piece of beginning, con
Jim Oambrall John ran IMI In like new condl iFf ""TOifo;c*' in tho ST6MIBLDO c'T9'Hess, pi"i renter unTlIII ;; tool :Tn nVnul.t. to downtowNeolea :tly 4t4 loot, more or let* atoneferate taming, 10 it ecree more or I let*.
W.llman wt 23-Misc. For S.U tie.. orlelnal,, sonar elweva M Tenth St No Lw Slty Var, re.tonable Lila : Ideal homoeito. Good. id lass lino of trectionellection end being o pert at tho N boll
kept 'In ">re.'. tilt Ml I 4S7I monthlyentwcrlni rentel' include solo 05! term. Tel. 2 TIMPMIrement weIT >*lned lend for nurteryer : to the sold Seulhw.ttorlyr oi the N boll of the N half'. of
terv ce WILLIAM' B '' crop Price' : of 'cop line ef .action )$. T 4* S R tl I Collier
3io.tsMotors FOR SALE Home on'.f' *1SSM A Trail I, thence hi W Flnrlde "
Acc.i.PIb.rslu. STONE INC Ml 21711 12/1 tfF"6V U. Pt..I. etty '
: Bounty
.. lIt 101 w,.th lots of tree IOU: ,,1. 1714 foot more or Iota. I* the la hereby given that theCommieaion
ALUMINUMPRESS 41-Trucks Tractors ----- RENTLerge -' North NapI.ssraac'V shop :neint ot beginning. bonn weed will hold public. hear

: O'DAY itor* or office spats on ping Just HOMO complete RUTH ANDERSON Broker orsinro to, te en etaumed beer Ine on tho da yofjoous,
I .. Sailboat. PLATES IMMEDIATE' : DELIVERY SIP Ave, South (main butlnetad IIM Sa Tamlaml I Tr 2 2IM or ,ins The .to.....d I* .b. rawedfrom AD>> lIst ..It'.I ... .. Floridaot
GMC Hendi.Van. It. ern. |l 141OMC ,Uriel) H block from Pint CARIBBEAN' REALTYRCALTORS > MSIISS Agriculture I t. C I C."'...,. S M o m. 5'ClOth. p510510. IIosllblishing
: INS CHRIS' CRAFTS 24Wx36" V* Pickup white 2.OMOMC Netl SootINC "al ho Oh.,. dascibod5r0505
Ued Boots lost .,... VS Pickup. blue. GULF REALT'r C. IrSS No T.mam. Tr Ml" 2 OtIS t on County AND .WibdIfo Rofuio FI.soss
' .rvnll.'m"" CII".Cnft Ideal for _llIv. traction 1171 MS Ith A,. Sooth *.lt".I otf Temioml, Troll: All th.l parts pi th* E M of th* Intereated may ._., in perton pr
lob M.rtln MI 1-3711 CMC VIsit Meevy Duty optliI HOUSE TODAY I I* Good rich: form lend See Jim WIi l et totlot, tt. Twp til Rangelt fey resolution or pet'tionAB
Hunting lodges Cab a Chaotic 4 S Inrc10.11'1I1to' bedroomrtme > Ivme Seiithtrly ft line 4M ALDRICH
I' II.2M buy a dandy II'i" Ib., GMC bOOtS Cab. 4 MM : So m,. Howell Solo MenegerAAARLOWE ,.., SOut".....,." ol lei mtss'i irector
.1... boat It hp Homalite 4 Fish Camps Lone Chattt. 3.SOO 57-House* For Sale tiltMDRIVE AND BECK red el r'enl antet to) end per erne and Posh W.,..
cycle engine, plut *..., *k,." See LUFF GIld INC BY blot near new 1BR 01101, to the SeulhweWerly right: Fish CommliaionO.e
t lit, Jack.lt, aide curtain top Roofing & Siding .21 0th II. Ho N. .. SEE YANKEE LANDING an A Bath r cool home' at > ;f.'n of the Tem'eml Treil 20. 1M4 mIll
21 f
Cell', 2 11)0 bates I:30 m or T.'y odOrs.. idling new concept In Con Ill ,, .' n The MeerIne M BroedweyuiMlng. I* be re toned frfmAariculture :
2-47SS efter 10 am. IZ/I tfChri Excellent Insulation domin, .uma. overlooklnf, Naple' then I.I ut thow you : ,nhetten I* Rl Re"dentiel.rtwner .
Bay Garden Villas I..n.nc.o' 5 id* by .ppo ntment Mike ,, ..v.r- Cjj'Ji1"old.: Collie County Reel' Eltet NOTICE: OF PUBLIC HEARING
Craft eeml, encloted ... 25cea. 44 Mobile Homes I. SI7,IM. with' nt'y' main ;*'ls"rvf' tc'I\1 term. OX [.ch.n.. The public le hereby. informed
den: twin *crwt. ..ll. Ic* lit t* |H per month toOts Fl, m "' VTrA '" bARD OF that publlr kaenng will be held
box bunk. h..d A good buy homo wiSh, torn ly room. ,lerge COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Ceurthov.o East .
the Neplee.fl
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS MO sins er mar. 21 I. 10 It. ot
N.plet Merino Corp Ml 11751 S2 Morl.lt Trailer 2 ,leke f.nJ DELIGHTFUL: 3 bedroom, 2 porch double garage. huge elevetion almo.t frost "... ISIALI *.. at 10 JO A M.. Tueaday JanuS
.12/iS StWTWI.d Unlkereal lota' Lake racily! 5. i U. path: weterlrsnt, home. fur. beet dock control, heel 4 air with nerlecl natural drainageI'WItM Margaret Tv '" ". Cl I.rlBy .. Spy ill for the .purpot of hoer
.fiiI Iton Whit? fiend: eablM Saving tendition Machine, fl/ll tl l hM!***: f marge.ney require lmmed cond *n Dolphin Road Royal o.r acre ou71 W. liatly, 101 5555 Olmploinls 5, 1105011 why
a, sad Tr.4lo, and 4$ karol hew .f. 4 .ate sob.. $7ttOO. A* little Harbor A rail buy al 571100. DANIEL' WEBSTER HUlL Clerfr Oh. Sobbowmni. should not .be re toneddetanked
ttelnleio .
wall oven vVlntod small tor COLEMAN BOYD ReltrSO Dec 20 .... 8KIt
Irevol traitor. 000 May rent
.. ,. herein
M.cuy .oto All In Al.hlp. Reel Ealato BkrAttoclalea Ii
for J..p Station Wa on.Ml Ml, 173SI IMS It Have c"". See er write Bill :..!:... |l.710. ,."," St No Ml 2 SIMfceklVement ".1. -' Lei 4 4 Lt IA Block I. Marco

1.13.7. Il/lI It Sops It Inch Schwlnn fttonwh. Lot II C. No ion horn"t"t: Marvin' Weeki M,ke ..,.,." NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING H'ghiandt, Add,tin ee recorded
bl.lcl. Perk, 12/11 (t YOUR MOTEL or builnet .. ChatneassDish The public. la hereby 'InformedIhtl In Plot Book I. Pots II. Col,
pool condition, Ml I U.. 41n Me* 7 Bedroom CBS CareertCarpet Merg o heering will, .be held .
U fl ope custom built boot IZIIS..20 .M*. 200 Fronlege on 0,1 I Furnece. Bum Blvd 4 UI. II Ml 2 MI2 public Her County Retordt, from Agr
40 HP electrl' Marcury motor. *>l t* Slukey "Or.ve InnIII 'ng ot the Tounhouae. Sort Neple culture ,. R 2 Retidentiel" end Lot

glaee, bottom: vory feet 1450 Oleta "' .... doora for tub 45-Trsilers For Rent .000. 1100' down 4 1100 per In$0000 Ran 00 romplet.or" ahepplng *4T nre*. etote In. II 10 per PlO *l 10 JO A M Tuetdty. January 141. Block I. Mare ghiandt, '
fceneon. Port Marco, Ml I MI4Itftt : Portable Underwood typewritor month lire COLLIER COUNIV I. lOts ler the purpete. ef heer Subdivision. II recorded in Plel,

tf Electric t aewing. macHint.SI.upuoht .. Privately, owned et Leke Kelly WATERFRONT CONDOMINIUM CllIt'ltL'\-O-ALTY.' \ ,: REALTY Reciter. ll/ll If the boO any foiiewin complelnti ahouid: or not reeien be r**..why..... Seek:,dl. from p.at 72 Agrleultur, .Collier County t* R 1

tpaaker..do. walnut Modern. 2 I It. II 0 to houietrailer 2 .bedroom Villa I s'55s loom Naplos 120 ..... at detcribed hereinAll Ret.dentiel Owner Mar** Nigh
U FOOT FIBER' GLASS StatiOns .v. .... Ml Air cend. control' heat 2 lory LyIng' Room 17MNO Tamiusni Yr Ml 21155. for litO on osro. T.,"' .. loll in Cordon River Home I lend. ,In*
BOAT MOTOR AND TRAIL 2 >470. 12/IS It TV completely buns L.... Bremen *r 1,050.WATCRPRONT 3 bedroom I- b.th lurnkhed ftubrilvition' *. rerded 'In Plotloots BOARD OF

EH. 40 HP JOHNSON ALL 4 electric healer Thermedorreceti yard Aveil Immed Owner will, In Like Perk Would' conelder Ten caret on 1.1. af Capri, 2, page OS. Collier I County COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ACCESSORIES. NEW EOT. well type and thermoatat. rent for ....on |uo Ml 24402Ml APT .". incity renting, in r.l able tenant MlISBM Highway. M.00000 Term.. Recordt. from Agriculture to RI t.ULI
TOM PAINT EXCELLENT 170 welt 230 volt SI2' each 2 blOt 12/1 01Trsil.ro fMOOWATERFRONT. I/I SfVarbiI"5ach'itomi Reaidentiel' Owner, vriu Of 0,10o I T 5.511. Clerk
SHAPE WJ.00 Ml 5'7o60, Nan 1110 at hll saction "I bIos It 975OCrl BOARD OF T 1' By R W eeetly
.M'' for rent reasonable LODOE: 21 (reni ,.,..... COUNTY COMMISSIONER" D.puty Clerk,
D..isamidifior, I lampswoapar. Jpece* 1100 we.k Noel, .ere.. Ideal for Trailer Perk or 1 Bedrnom 2 Hath ....... MasH .OIALI 0.0 IS IIM wIt I
Sot J1: tr.,.. Creek Airport Trailer Perk. rear of .", .11 ubdlvilon. Oll.rad al ha "ild III MO Make an oft CARIBBEAN, REALTYREALTORS rrr."fk T Scott Clerk --
Buslneu Opps.TCXACO pair" of Matchettck travle drapea lIlt tf sac rifles. r. "n your term Beetly,
I pair 77 A,sos Noplo. Soy Pcooaa 3755Na Temieml' Tr Ml Hill. D.outy Clerk,
INC atonal, Jt'"h':. ::: 48-Apts. For BentEfficient. ASK FORBURTON 101.000 Wady Oar dsvoloponaoi IN' Dec, 70 .5504 *4I4AITS. NAPLES MOSOUITO:
Valuable' Iranchlaa avail.bla. onnow 'luggage Call Ml 24S5SlTs BROS. % ACREAGE NOTICE TO BIDDERS'
ultra.modern I.bay Service "' H LUFF NOW S 'located: FOR RENT SEALED BIDS will .be .
urifr: the wav weTTeei ... Week See 0 O.ner Broker acre tract received by
Station of anginal' archltactura ln" Blue Luatre lor cl..n. Month IRIS Dft4'd\ .'Mr IMPERIAL PROPERTIES 421 ith JM L. Nn Maple* ,Host en* 55111 from US. 41Drlv the Beerd .. Cemmiteionere ot the
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I doelgn' now undar conMruo .. ....
rv,.. and uoholatery Rent abc t* Ihl" property with i ..gi fr Neplet .ut. Control Dutrict in
ties corner U S. 41 and Colllar trio .II ..._, $1 Naplea Furnlura 2-4496 er Mi J-4155 P.O. Box 1387 I 0id$", Z hoOts. boo O. your own cer end compere it the Dutrlet OHiee. 0510,5 lOis Air
County Ceurthouio. Naplaa Co. l/i| M roll. I 'on II" onditioner a.... .' any etn.rl Only III 'littler Aoto.. F., UgKfkleMr Rd 5, P O Bee 721 Naplee.
Thla station offer ....II.nl Plan' ...It., Furn"ihed Of u" |*uwn full price I/It For '' Fntride up te 1. 00
profit and volume' potent al' to SABLE SHORES APTS. MI\ 2-5208 furnlahod III.SfO tit 14th Ay further Information eentlltD A Be rpomWeek ." frt 'II'r.rr'I January U. I IMI for
qualified. Individual' 36-Ptrsontl Phon. ? 4S7I :. ...
Experience Ml 2- .5S J t/2t Enterprliea. In* Mo.l. & :II '
not Paid' tralnlnfprofram "do.r.O ; ONE USED
nocetaary Rolly Road .n4 Asic. f 0 Bee S7I BEECHCRAPT
0000.v.habit. T.o.eo. 'IneFl .. or women .,*tt drinking .bedroom 8 l PfCIPirATIONt. AND PROPOS
two air end Sal.
My.'.. Flo Days CD 7.4122, proolema. Ass for help .by cell EBB TIDE APTS well t* well 58-lots For Income AL BLANKS may 'be obteined by
cerpet 61
venlnia; WE S.MJI. 12/i If ing Ml lUll Viaitora cord.ally porch; Property ; I'i'I. f bpne tide biddere upon applieellonel

welcomed Meetinga in FirttBaplnt W..kI1 Mpothly Soospo Ow,50r tOO tO ', the office. ot the Naple* Meouilo
Loads of enpartance t..kmg Church Annex on SIts Rally Rood RIDQE LAKES Furnlhel lot So Sossilo, e..cll hooch MI 21177 ont SUNDRY STORE TlUNU AF.'ku,. tf Control Dietrtet. RoSIN, flaride
loOt of financial' becking QualIty ', ... ft 7Ut A... every Tvet. and. unfurnihd. Immediate CntitKncy pr. ,. ''I" Eettibliahed' I"* Venderbilt The ...,d reaervee the right tortlect
"' ...n... allied' witH, eon.otruction F.. .00Ilt.1 LJt ".t11 fadreom apartment com Near OHIO" Cun. Beech I...II.nt ,Income lmmeitlete TV CAULK eny or all .bidt and waive
pIoUsly furniahed. I block OWNER M'U1YIrLT
and remodeling f aid. from pacooslioSMARLOWE any and all fsfo.Olilios.
Appreclete, Individual, willing PIt Ave 4 blocks from the ISO s MS M4ringtekM wish I- BY ORDER of the bird of Commteilotior
to lOt In edvlaory' capoety, ifrequeated Offontd beech TV cable' alectrK heel THE MOORINGJi' 1 ..4,..... nice JMMI Below the market. AND BECK CITY WATER *. Neplea Mt .uite, ControlDielriel
Reply ,.. O lex 33-Servlce. twin bed. Ml f407SFurnlthed 2 both hosssot.ooIoot Cond el I1SW. REALTORS N.el.' .. .Florida.
lost Naple, Fla. 12/11 H Men 1.I'.n.1 Buy Avo S* All eWlrW! Air (Ml**) $ Or Richard) BraehearChairman .
'hort,'. .u""ttlM oparlsnont. FISH AAXgu" """u/"rlt.. 2 ISSt
7.000 IIIv.', ..... fuo'olshodhorn. .IN > 140 Apollo,. SHOrN __,_ _
CONCRETE WOOD ROCK 'vn.ItM Apt. Silts Av.. a 755.It. on Oo..blo 104. 2 ..loch ...." ,ont let (MM Tie SPIll AHull. N. Pots
A lev DEALERSHIP Foundation Piles N. Il/li If tress ....cII. I tt.OOIMARLOWE one ,m with SUM* Miah. gait 63 .Qen. Reel Estate
....... for e reel, .bargain peek t : OF PUBLIC bEARISh
5414 Rt.Vp. t(5( :jj The public. I It hereby. informedIhel
PART OR FULL TIME Docks-Mooring Whips Folly 'u'.od. I .bodroosss. AND BECK age Your boat el your beck 5 public heering. will .be held'
Hero .la t ground floor epportunity bath. I b'och trout .hooch.Avoslabbo REALTORS door and the beech fuel a fee Lerge Itjand, In th* Gulf el the Ceurlhev.e. tosS Naplea.

for a man or woman to IAOEN Automat drpdoctsABBOTT J.n ttsrou5h, Moh 411 Fifth Ave S* block away U.tIICI. See Coiner County ill al 10 M AM., Tueedey, Janu
make monev tervlng email 4medium :'r-It Cobb.I Adull rftlr Ml" 2 5230. 2140. 3SSS3NlW I UNIT APARTMENT SITES Heally "" If ery S. SIt far the porposo of heerIng
plaeaa of buamex with Aol Saulbi. Rental
lot Seasonal why
compleinto or reeeon*
built.In domend 4 who blMki to owner noedimny lo saul u sail Twj ecree, eny :
COn ": ton:: : ; Ike following. should net be re toned
Inveat S2<00 for mit.ri.lt., Radio Road l'"o ..icoiy OuvaishoCoos. HOME try 'd..i 1 si, l Ii .,,i.iHave ft, ef .I d....'_ herein
equlpt a 'Inventory In e bull ., of loon Tsar or soa.50f5. ......1 I.. foci r.,001,i i T.nk end Two bedroom two bells Club,
I SOU 2 4111 | 447f North 3 > I ii. Roy.I o' : "MI ''r.i<: B'g Cyprete Golf 4 Country
3MI IJth Avenue ]
coil< Hi <
WI 13I1Z ii. lIlI
Sass 111.1 con .ha ot t.t I"ar It I t
.tr .boltS, Air-eond 4 13 prlcei, Hidads .1 "I"l nlrely furnlihod soot well Unit / at reeerded In Plel Book I
bedroom 2
... .bI. to m... It. Con. I... I In I fit Collier County "......
| br.cbx
2 .bedroom duple hooted Built in even 4 MOkIng 000sp pce He Ud hontt leaved P..rIN page .

P.ct.O.: eo. IUS "r.tot. '1. RIP-RAP SEAWALLS or opt I No msl.pals or children I 3)17 If Vacuum unit Diapoaal Byttem' Built Stueted.m .beam on RANDOLPH FUllER. Catholic Church' Heo h, I 1*Ihru.b. II re foned 1551 Block e* fellow.A. ell fall LOIs

M e)40) lot eheded by torso ller anti Shopping Center In Block e I .ot. I thru $17 ,n end ROCK GROINS NtW1T'J1T.Oithod ; on .... REALTOR Slot C from Agriculture I* R IA
12-Help Wented eperlmentt Air Conditionod ,. Oek treee only Price by ill.eppomtment M. with. toss I. I A 14 .lee* A end. LoIs
Creeiete .....11.. o'ockiplort heeted fully ca,. Ateocieteelucllle PALMER HARRIS, $1650.00 Is. II 4 I* Bine, C from Agr tul
Vcariv oOso. H,II Croit One Virgl, Marcum lure le R IA eletiifieetionBOARD ,
pno ..In.l Ked UO OtIs Associate wcosfWANT OF
MARCO BEACH HOTEL Aperlmentt St.North Noble. Wright fred Clerk Plus Utilities
I M4. 2 Il't and J 240Stlrectlve COUNTY COMMISSIONIRIlilALl
MARATHON'DRCDGING I yrt telling! Nap)** prepertieiOfftdf
Will Interview gppllcsnUfor f'S R i Saih i lfu,: DEWEY POLLY Crytn Cove AD lie E. Bowling ( M....'* 1 Beett Clerk
CO. niahed CORNER. apt ,In Surfaideneat .. Teamen Cev. 'inn So R w Beettyeuly .
following positions ( to Beech Club Hotel Ph IWI day*. I MIl e.enmg' Ml Z.ItO Clerk,
Oraclae DrejllneonDeiler .vo'lablo' Jill .d/or MarcH REALTY : Doc IS IIM 4ISAT
For 'rT"'fM Gail
Tuesday, December S2 at THE GULF SCALY C. --
Work.Airport 14' tst Api. toutll rountry Club Isoooisitos SosCARISICAN
164 Sth St. south BSD: G... O..y oII1. II..lIorC..nor
Bd Ml 2JJH lot Ava N.. .n4 REALTY
4 m. to Noon 1:30 p.m. to Tamlaml Trail REALTOR

0 p.m. 1:80 p.m. to 0 p.m. Ac* Radiator RepaIrs 49-Houses For Rent _M| 343M_ Jill No TsrnUmi Tr MLI SlOt you

0.. toots ,....',... ..Id,... OUPtlX ts lofap fyrnltnad
S2I Wti-525; month wit
Steam elaenlngpiek I .bedroom oath *ide. Ift-IA.- par
Housekeeper Host II. North. UltM by 7T 0 ulr loll in COCO
4 del'.ryh6 KINTALSHOUSES :
THOMAS I. MoUlD "...... NOT GROVE CHy weterpeved .
Front Desk Clerk Wslt- Pavle. ibId Ml 2.':itTelaahene
S12 Perk. .......,,,. Ml 3H"UOfflT II'...* Aet nw for .beet SERVJCfIN

raison und BellboriThet enioerlng lertrlce., -- "' CtUtH
positions will b* olio ...11 .115. .lth. ilon U tenth ... N*. Ml, 2 III!

sy.lUb! Mjd.Jan.| .,.casdpoo.Cell ?.<35| pOlootsi eerlce YEAR. UNFURNISHED SEASON.a. Jose litot down. willS FHA Wai.rirent Ma Ac.... Is '. I I
loroUs 5.540 sow I .nd inland waterway I" .
12/11/ tf ; .. ..-r.rh.hai r 15005 110 dwwn S2I pt p.o.,,inI i, .
oe t 'aprayed with 050.O'5fSuamOtotO pro. W. DYCHES. REALTOR from the .beech on navigableweler I liar CounNooItp, ( 1BEST I 1/ I ii FOR ALL
Short order cook .n4 d,..... ..ejiTE, .. eeele. ell reoH Free I 1144 >r' Si.... 224J2Cloee --

or. Beronl" MI ,.n... HIS tlISHelp eet'matee Ml 2 MM MAPLES. to Gulf end bolt' epeiu A GOLFER DREAM BUYIn _

POOF CLEANING' 4 PA.NTJNQ I Bedroom Houee Seeaonel : COME TRUE

CO 112110036Wanted or poorly Itete tOll Murg Aq..*'la.n' Htinres m FIELDS YOUR NEEDS
Went. FemsU | JiH. V- ..>. Saima, Brand new I .bedroom top both
-... tuHy airte itMMted
2 bedroom -... completelyfurnithed ever*.ted double. ....... CUveted t I 54Grn wlt.nfroost loS 05
To Buy centrelly localed Os 0 let with the beet. view lbs A.l. 50. Phil to s.fI(405W
Young lady. pleeilnf tele. "._.1 rentel SUM phi. vtilltie *** ,bio .. the Beech Chib. g", tcourto
,h.". voice, oaad trail'bnowle4'e *. Ml 2 .n. ll/U If Lot *Kn b* ,*,"' **. AyMbl.
trucka = Tii Set dupwceted for M*
U..4 plce.o North N.piae or
of o'Oco, p'.... .Coed !'conJi'len StehlnienPre.erty Rent Beeutiful 1 bedroom I dons tJz.tot with term* I* evil j w DrCl"" ... Realto

4..... See 101,. w,.". Collier .kteintenence Co. : = wm> III! M U..I4UKI Ml I24URe
ttreel South poo* RANDOLPH FULLER
New .1211 3'd r.'C. LAWN
County : utility rewm fIi.nDUrr6, r 6J1fN ANTIQUES DRUGS CAM
at. 505005. REALTOR

W.Mo4jIab. Iy.... .n4/1f Antiwrt Fon.tture SIMM per m* Call Hilt *r I Jenlefl I*** STalM. ...*
ote Tel M II 14 *0 l IIM 11/11 tt SMITTY'SPAWHSHOP I PIESCRlPTlOW$
otaoerspisr' Pttoos 2 W. Acceeoriea. Wt U PALMER HARRIS, CIOS5 011,50. CsOp watoro.o510045 I R. "trOM
.before JM-1 IIASO"ItTAU *
alibi It ed Mn/eetmeirt fir
.. Associate w>Mo. 0".,,,, el II..,04 fertlMpMkega ACCUCITILY 0U
H..,.,_' low P1.u itaoty ( ......a .... .... UI. or foregn ?
....... Ml IM2Secreterlel II/II OfChaisogo your Will old. cOIlaCt'OS buy( o. ee..Ml C a 47M ah in IU'.OO I UP Pt' -_. 14 pro Office*e4lmg. Creyton Weplee prppertiee Cv* Shewn by appeml *If Airport Heed1 frompf fro* Oellvejry LASH INCUS

d............ sac'.. UlZIIIAutos M MARLOWE AND BECK( op* Tehiiien Cove los Aososs,4ossat.lbO I OOM'SLICCITT CARE
..,. ... ..... 00.rr" Pn tIMf Mj
... If don't dey*,I_ _eyxMogt, ( DNa V"I Ma'susss
't '''''1. MI 251*. REALTORSin Fifth Are So1MSJ. Opt 111* ... North ....... Wri5tt Gift Jewelry" Awtl*>.* RIXALL

For $.U ..MJ u.w. 1ISS3i pU.o Shao, C.ir 33105
Move *> gni In _ _ _
Jo0..: 054 :r..Mllir.: 0:; bedroom. 2 bath" tmfvrinth.dhome I bedroom t both Good ereg DEWEY POLLY
soot. ... m tho Mooring Ml 2 4411pr *. EleelrM kilcheo, UMMy BARBER SHOPS EXT .MINATO&S IHVICI STATIONS
1455/. OK USED 22t'l lay>. tt ream, otraaned Qeraaehee
50555 end A.r HIM*. REALTY f ROM'I Sssh.s Stiops
Beech, peart-en Motet open typingoherthand lorMerc 1:1:: Mar00'Food Coon! 210011 Brand. new fumehed. _... KM dpwA. Sill per -, Pa.h 55 ui.3.4449 PdAfl

en1 ete-elMg eueVitor : lout Chow Impala 1m. tr rent .. city I Mecke from let.I No ale.lo <**t Oe* Oewey PuR3s. fI...... ( ,00 Mooso' SorbollRu Ol't
tend reeume end. pictureto lot Pal roo c........ iron NJaA.aaciaat beai Itirmg ream btdnae,. toll I7TH STREET ROSIN Ooner ... Ave hve aol. sivia IHVICISTATIOM .
.. .., .. kitchen and hilts Tel 3 loisiiaa 'lit IMOPPIKO re'Mft
stood DevelopmentM4 C-'" .... Mov r..M ... Toocoa.t too'SMt
nt Sul Thi eaaithM t\MI C......, 11M .. it I Bedroom newer H.... LrgeehMd P4050 IweMei'et B*>W>i I* On NI MflASONAtLI

win .b. ."........ mid J.n. 1111. Preety Pamiehad cortege e>eerLand ,...... rim gawd. NI' Open S10 t > WlAtf VacM RoUse *soy wetor a**. oletlrui kitchen uedatr ...TN". 11i_,i "isof 0 M.. f-< r",, Halt MATH *. M, Weleln
INGRAM CHEVROLET TV caoie *.ten MlnS racos 050* 50IiO. harpOfO N.. Iresa I4ffiAva PJon fri ,
Attrective youn; lady therougCty a1. S ala Port tehMl. 511.00 So.oSMot .la*. ......... Na'o..t lop
ikMtke .
or Ml f "'" MflSi4f 4)044) .. Tr4l Ml, } :MITCUANItS
familier with ....... ao.. Obai. TooLs -5aoOs. Cell Oe Nl" ltl MI.MIM
y.- 50 ......... .topic te III .bee." laaeMaiMi talo5 er .
Good typ..t end. ..perlencedwrt 1958 BUICK CENTURY HI'z'1r1It' nSUsI iToKi ta4- ie;r4ad by hevefy '
nim. needed tar rupaa FROM BEACH Seeeenet rowial VINCE CONBOY cMere al SINS -.
...... ,acpoOwac _,,_ Sib for *t M S .50005 :.soc Or 00500 INJUtANCI SHOI If PAIR
I law woe*. meet ettreclive eur : 1H't'.4:' II..,... II' 2.1

round .. CoM Ml 2 SI4I ; I WI DYC"$ ...- Os' $00 A....... Pub.., AN0MooLouilo + J.4lCflIM5UW4CI
So' osaib tosalla so'. Call 5114 1,0 11. sa2h. "I 00552 0tIIt v..pd Moroacs JERRYS V _rtlIZlIl_ ,.
MI. 1..10. CuMem b *l I Mrm. f pteh hobo WI......

htme. Fhe.n e rowm large otiletor OUT CLEANING' SlPSMOlalP.S050FOneoiNp I _ "..

14-Help W.nted MjUI _n".. Lao POam000.aM 55C540YSO.CPO 50-Rooms For lent .., -. eyetem DEWEY POLLY ONE OAI r .V'IO....._.... C Mo.,e. Pirflf
PLYMOUTN. M".Ml::.c.1:: a.t 1! (
tint N...u. *HCPPiM4 CSMff. gefee Meefe $'
f'5Ol aaoor 50000 55' root 'a pelsoW *0004Os I 4i!
I M.'I" .....-. *w* taco StartS '.0915 pool 09 55. Ml'" ROME v eram' REALTY .... i O5sHAAVIIO
= : 140ac.. .:ProtoPP'wwlacffi. == .. ."4... tRows. MS ioo roW :ol*>.4* I hoacro 142 ... A..., Ie. .I" I"At",: | 1Ma J ; I '
ttt 2
: i now futtf (2ll*> 4e* ** l *
UI r.r:: C ratoruni tte ... .. J." Ar.. A... .. Oood. g5'i TERRACfi coxarruftien Tw. I BR lwm<* Cejrnwr Dewey lei Avo Pofty He Raenr and I
... ..U12Jtyo OMiP II If
e'A\'tr-SO.m' AVO Teooemt Tr*. DRIVE INS JlWIUtSatl UPHOtSTUT

......... 0000 ......._.. Cad. ,.. .... ..... .... # i' SI WBrrte Is lens ; Bareeione Cir e>emw M"S9Ac"'age 14J30 .
I-Itolt 000.15.00 tZSt U' 00 It.' ,_ W SUM*
.... to ,_ ..... ,..ltYII I" ult.U5.POorSPO ... 0ooot.sd t. csnt. Oc 1.0 00 BR ..*... *t III M* end f a te*

=. c;: ala.5.0 P.ort.CM'rolac 'sd .tatp.= IMT.-!wi..... C4ite... _t baeveewturpert ot..lF. ,..aac.tadtom. room. WIIUAM B-0 STONC. IMCM r450ILIGISS V UIADORV UPHOLSTERY

,..,-. M' a"'l .. a ... 11M ..... ->*ee lo =-. *- r***> St. ..e. Ml t S'M) .1\ UPHOLSTERY
bull 50U. _:0,00550 CU M. 1 nee .f OMOOM n*,*.**. Mar Os 0 o*<. II." <*>o exI t
I.. 'J1'-_ 11/1' WM. tot .-. .... TV iieeei lerpw- iwme WWjrai.Va 90 '* .oiMSi S ba.eac. JEWELRY "If
wab Slact 101_ bconac.I. ,.. .... ...... ...... ca.-.W;; .0c.'nlll .Jam okM*tar I SIMpI I* me-? .4OSs.Sts Meooa.g Pro. _Sly oe My**OT m m I BR crty etr lev c row mi .P. '.O'..'.e.J,.ne,. .|J 2iLo.: : fSIP. '.r ....J ioU.I4MAt 1,0.90 Ml ( SHI j ESTIMATES

rs t* et. .e. Pwbh ReM- I. 'Tt r Me ** ,0000000 tn I BR xr Cew f FIFTH
eMI* home ** AVI SC
I to--_ -... -lw" WIt Oor '.tf 05000 rd tint" .If. *SIMS M.,M H*Mom Sac-&- U/U.:=.21. f+JMr Ml I tin p9w m m. \ y -, ore* rMI/ew.*<*-e erry Hallo _'ill fit_' Si. N_.. MI.2-S101_' _

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d-H Green Stomp
Redemption Store Will ffoteii PU9uX cfciiri/ specials 0
$CX2 produce : Vlait ., .Iry ........"'.lIt 1M S L.a.
Remain Open Until \ CRISP FLORIDA PASCALCILiRY ..""till' ".,1." .f c ...... ",,. .N
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.dl IlKld'' | lmp f* "
9 P.M. .......
(lew., Impend. SwMtf Pfich Rit. ,
Monday-Tuesday- S F domestic miU*n4 UN"Iriek.*4 w.q
N.' York Jt
December stalk Cheddar r 79
21-22-23 I .: l* ui riAve* Sharp S
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For yourShopping Wl.-Prii.. Sk.rp Ch.dd.r

Convenience ; Krtfl'i At....... Whlp<
Cream Cheeses ,';.:;. 29

o4. 2' ......._'. T.."
\ each
Sour Cream :;. 39'

i Crisp Red York iriMitjKMitwitMOVRCMAmai .ardm'l. Cn.mvApples .
M *M MiW _.
I . . . 4 bog lb. 39'*: Cream Cheese 1,... 29'
Sweet Juicy D'Anjou
BiscuitsIM 4 7.!,.39

Pears . 10 for 59 filllbyry CrtK
n Rolls ';.:' 29
Pepperidge FormsSTUFFING _
.' ya r,

regular cornbreod
29' 3Vin '
-" fIl1JJ
3P Ci SS& timcttuSAIAKS
rti't a KRAFT'S..


''! j 16 lb. 10.16 Under
fo m :, And Over Pounds 10 Ibs.
Jm W

5% 39C 43C 45Cc
cPlum I ..
lb. Ib. lb.r Pudding ;: 59'

SSf' + c,... fr Bl.cbw.ll

: ., #*+ & '* 5 Hard Sauce 6;::. 69'

Libby's Flavorful Tomato I

ALL STORES WILL: CLOSE AT 6 P.M. Juice 4 46-ox. $1 I
JL . cons .

Premium.. l,M Si..h-h.Id l a Pear Halves 303 19 C 1

100 FrEXTfsafs1o'o 0 Swift's Franks .. ....."7. 49 Green Giant Golden Niblets can
Jw/ Green T.ra_'. Frisk., FUvvrful' Illlllft

I wi.I till*M..M..*Stamps 4...........Wi. Sliced Bologna .SS 1:II5;: 39- /CRANBERRY Corn . 2 12-oz.cons 39c I
Ti....', T.." e...',..... SAUCE
14'o: bot 98c Green Giant GardenGreen
.. ) .. Beef f Or Ham 3'\,- $l'
8000000000000000000 C..IOII.. ..'. Stick fry, Peas 2 cans 303 39Cka

) Braunschwcigcr 39' For Your Holiday Parties! Borden'i
50mlp lIAm5()/ S.ndo,4 G.o"I..r C.elh..
Fresh Oysters ,lilt 99' )M1| J-WiCAHl- *IT| HUKMAUVSWIFT'S EggNogWelchada't qt. 79c
Jw Groon Stamps . con ,
I wrkwe.w.'" ..............oIJ csn .

,.."...36-ct.TKur*.bot;'69c:. ,,,,, SHIPPED QUICK I FROZEN EVISC. Drink 3 qt. $1.
MAGI w> . cansDucklings i

OrXIXTRA')(")((" Capons.. GeeseWNtU Grape Drink: 3.:,:; $1 /..,.S.u.:
...O UUU PRB. UUU 50 Ar|. Spie.d C.IECTIVI
p 1\1 OR* MON. TUES WID..
Jw Green Stamps 49db I69db l59c Peaches CO" AW TMOdS, PIC II,
I Wbtn4.wwrw, u..b I lb ff Y,.. H"ii.r Foil. ..... ... 21, 24, .1964

TI" S QUICK FROZEN EVISC. ((8-14 LB. AVG.i Potatoes '*. 294k
?OJtOO1Q.O QQ Q00 1 : CO"
_,_ '
Stuffed Turkey 49 R .
'1AA1EIO1)' )( Am Alumitvjm7roo: I. 65'I' ,

t 1 I IE

Con ManMisplaces ; _PF. .F.P- .* Vote Likely By


,r T{TV.N rt > Xmas Program At Sea Gate :.,| Legislators On. bt i E tits r

Annual Session _

k l.. I'm JACKBON V I L I S (AP) .- SECTION B N..'". fl., S-d.y December 2A IfMrRAURANSWFRH '
Chances are, the I INS Florida -
A Cobras Legislature will vote on the
l question of annual Minions, the
chairman of: aa Interim study
committee report
CONRAD FINK Lawmaker, Chamber of Com
Aiteclete. Press Wntr merge offlrlal! and the general

NEW DELHI (AP) Like public lean heavily toward a
Chang from the current biennial .
many cities, New Delhi has sessions, leD; Merrill Bar

its share of slippery citizens -- ber of Vero Beach said Friday

ot to make a fast Barber head a committee of

buck. Some must tank among the Legislative Council which 1*
t holding public hearings on the
the balloon men in th* bumr
proposal.,Florida's rat a j e r
I todejuQe'
*"rf the most successful title
He says sentiment In favor of
was a wind littl guy whowwtedjfeoth
aide of th. attest annual Msslons and higher pay'
x for members of the legislature
In fM# lI'I.rlceft colony with a
c 4; flub ,tend btktful of cobra has been virtually unanimous
H. scold secretly deposit the except for opposition from Associated ri'm'

vlcU>ua4eoklng snakes In the Industries of Florida.,,a

shrubbery" of. prosperous nous*. lobbying group.
time .March up to the door to The vice chairman of the com.
mitt. Richard O, Mitchell
make tie pitch. It went Uk* this: .
of Leon he knowsno
oCiatl l. snakes very dangerousfor .. : County, says
chiT3ren. I catch for five member of the study group
planning to vote against the r
rup**. (about $1)) *ch.

The Americana all having -- plan.The
study committee will re.
w rd Rudyard Kipling's UUa
port to the full council at Us
about cobras, generelly egreedlhn -
k Jan. IS meeting In Sarasots.
gasped In astonishment aa
Favorable action: by the council
MATTER OF BALANCE the shrubbery yielded five-foot- .; w-f (1
will mean that a bill setting up
Surfboarding is a matter of long cobras, which obedientlyalith.rsd
balance, aa Brenda Read Into the old nun'a STUDENTS at Set Gate Elementary School stKlCln Chihtmaa! program annual sessions will be drafted
for the 1063 MMlon
demonstrates at Cypress basket a a h.tootled on the flute and included
Friday morning, among those w Ins( the event Actually the bill will have to
Gardens, Fla.White The snake charmers downfall, was old Santa Claus who paid the school A suiptis* ; alt. be In the /form of a constitutiona

his cam five on.pet day cobra when ahowed only four up a of. "Twelve Days Before Chi'Wnus! w'ns sung by the fi! [traders (above) amendment and must face a

led ... Judy Hough, statewide vote for ratification.:
scheduled. Thinking the ahrub- from Mrs. Georjr" Hortln'a room Tho> were by
House bery was now aafe, the American at left. Twttaihlrd of the House and ). Kitty White of Dallas. Tex? Is praying
tried to dltpenie with the old Senate will have to approve. (for the hipplncu of all the children In her city at Christmas

man' arvlc*.. But he wouldn't Mitchell said among details There will be ?700 lucky little girl who will etch

Brimming With |0. t d question still to be of when worked to out hold Is.the.. receive one of the dolls In the background The employee
"Sahip," h* acid, "I know of the Public National\ Life Insurance Company spent a great
lions election
Yule th...'. another snake around 1 Y [ I during years, deal of their own time making dresses for the dolls that are
Spirit when the lawmakers will be
bare otnewhere., destined to be gifts for underprivileged glrlt
i yv campaigning for the spring pii.marlaa.

WASHINGTON (AP) The U..f f Child Thieves _
White Rouse brimming over Currently, lawmakers an, Drive Aad Lire
On. of the oldest dodge ? Cartfally
with the Christmas spirit But paid fl.IOO a year plus ezpenMi I
soon the gaiety will be trans among New' Delhi con IIIW 1 I. the for sessions or legislative. work $24 MillionIn
ferred to President Johnson'sTutu use of children aa thieves.Police when not In sesslota. Sesaloni;
the other day arrested .
Ranch, where the first are held over a 60>day period
family: will spend moot of the what a newspaper described aa. a Marling In April of odd year State Road EXCLUSIVE AT RAR
"well-dresaed pickpocket" who'
holiday: season Mitchell said one 'plan cell
Friday: night, Johnson and his operated la New Delhi railway, b for an annual 90>day session devoted Bids Received Our Special
tetlon. H identified himself F7 ,t.af
aaCaurl '
doMSt kinfolk gathered In the 1 to finances to relieve the
circular park south of the White Shanker 10 yon. old. regular session of: this usually. Individualityin.

House u he pressed a button to There. also are occasional thorny problem. TALLXHAB8II (AP)- More .
light\ the 7Woot national com. case of professional I beggars He_said the slate. Is finding It than |M million la bid were re.
munlty Christmas tree la windy kidnaping children and maiming Increasingly difficult to make up calved by the State Road Department
XS-degree weather. them for use a* come-on. Florida's $1 billion budget two Friday for It Inter GIFTS
Even u Johnson closed the Foreigner are considered easy years In advance tale' primary and secondary
electric circuit to Illuminate the marks for this racket. f I IiIj Al Friday's hearing In Jar*. road projects. Accessories
tree, the White House walls, The variations em. endless- sonvllle, Ben. John II. Mathewssaid Road Board Chairman John Antiques
gleaming In a fresh coat of: fortune tellers and astrologerswho tighter budget control re. Phillip said contract would be
for a coin promise heaven within two week.
paint, were bathed by Hood suiting from annual MMlons warded
light, This was the first time and earth, bogus relief agenciesthat could MV the added cost of The Interstate construction In. I INTERIORSFurniture
since his economy4n: peddle charity ticket that once>e-rear meetings.Sen. elude contract on\ routes 10,

ment campaign wa* launched a are equally bogus, druggists who .... I Barber said the INS 1 .... 15, 91 and MS.Th .
sell pillaaud* of chalk j
year ago that the executive sins worked 44 days and la that
According to government. officials -- HO )jail Involving test UpholsteringDraperies
mansion wa so bright. .
;: .. Ji il time had an average of: M bill for la.cainbU .
Just before ,the treeJlghtlng not all the con men are entht pile a bridge across "
the Johnsons were hosts to the,, .treet.-._ are. in the red a lay before It.Engineering. Bay In anta ROM .
sandstone government buildingsof County received' a low Ud .,tt ..","" ,rpttlp.
children of Whit House staffembers grade
And White New Delhi. RHYTHM group from Mrs. Lei Marshall's fifth: room. You can 01,4'0 "bjr Brown and RadtThe ,
Sunday see Santa in the middle oC the picture Firm '
Raw correspondents and their Plenty. .f( CemvluntsHome ." )>ub Involving a en_
families will drop by for a ape. mile segment In tumtar County
Holds Yule Party
Minister. O. L, Hands
clal holiday tour. that will complete the freeway t tSotJItC.JJ1
Then the President his wll pledging to cleans the capitalof Trt-Counry Engineering from WUdwood to Bear Are., .

Lady Bird and daughters Lynda corruption, announced a few f i(*' le tiM Company 1.. 1.. Hunpt00 Tampa, received a low bid of:
and Luel! will be free to fly to weeks beck. that h* personally president law night held blamual UI"IU by Oregg and CMhsun !! (b "
would hear complaints If anyone
their ranch. dlmsr and Christmas Co., Leesburg,
In the national had any and cared to com to his
Christmas lighting tree chopped big from residence. party In t die main dining room The M85. Job Involving test .280! Third .st. S.

grove at Chtrtown N.T. They eame-an average of 100 of the TshliUn Cove Congress piles for a bridge acroaa the It. MemberAmerica. .

Johnson said the ky of the age a day, to squat on Nanda'a lawn kin. Johns River In Jacksonville ,.. Institute
I II being brightened\ by a new and complain about bribea, kickback Approximately M employees coined a low bid of $111,080 by
star-th* star of peace.ThM *, misappropriation and with their wlvei attended the B.F. Diamond,favaanah, Oa. InUrtor Designer

," be said, "are the government official on the take. affair Table were decorated
moat hopeful time In all the Nanda said half his dally mail In the traditional Christmas

year since Christ was born In contained other complaint manner\ and gift were.
Nanda ordered chief
Bethlehem Impressed r
As never before, said the ministers (governors) of all Indian exchanged.

President, "man has In his states to set up similar .
possession the capacities to end hearings.
war and preserve peace, to Among the most Jovial' con 'INlW rouRDRYR' _
eradicate poverty and char men .are the sidewalk peddler* ( LlClNSE ,1.
abundance to overcome the who have authentic goods to sell SIXTH GRADERS from Wallace Abernathlc's room also presented DURING YOUR 'r p
diseases that have afflicted the -at a 200 per cent markup. They tunes as a rhythm band.
human race and permit all seem to love fast and furious \\BMJHHOKJH

mankind to enjoy: their promise bargaining aa much aa a healthy ..
-- ----- ----- -- -
U life on tbl* earth." profit. ,
There 1 ia much walling and WNI'J] iJ[ ILIlfjtf.JtGI; -I(' ; ,

gashing of teeth when these

Make MoviesOf fellow meet a tourist determined Cl fhlYtlTe ye ResIfence
to bargain for a better price. But cpera /
often there I* a glint of admiration -

Suspected In the peddlers'. eyes a* they rii.
are forced t* give a little.
And the tourist who Is willing
Drunk Drivers to spend lots of time waving his
arms and shouting In hard bargaining .
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) ca walk away satisfied
Drunken driving suspects In with his prU-reon bly certain
gases County may: find them. .
h* hasn't paid mss; than a
selves the pears of: short motion 100 per cent markup
pictures, bat the only review the
film will pt will be In court,
Prosecutor Brendan T. Byrne sure the) film would be Idm......
announced the start of a pilot big In New Jersey: court and
program Thursday la which his that he felt the deterrent value p.rf.ct gift
office will send sound camerato of the program would be as 1m.portant ,
police headquarters to film u Its evidence
the acts and speech of drunken producing atsne.A 2 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS t

driving aspeds.Byrne MW sign will appear on
said aa assistant. ProMo reads la the county: : U coanee.UOB $25,000.00 14

...+'.r rr\4. Bi-hartra will raaa with the program Byrne ,. .

I; \ I ,

12 COLLER COUNTY NEWS N.pln, R.? Smj.y. Dec.mI.w 20, I9M

4 '

CliiiShiias + 1"


All d'>I Green Stomp
Redemption Stores Will dorell produce tame :PIJlUX j flcitrif specials o
i' IM eers Vhif H' dolrf eoportmont for ro
Remain Open Until t
.f tbtssa. 41" .114
) FLORIDA PASCAL "tl"l miAty
.pr.adt IMldl"l Imp.r1 d De......
9 P.M. C E L E R Y Blow' Imoorttd Swill, francb RoouofWt,
MondoyTuetdayWedneidoy dem.itk mild.nd c.r d Irkk oiid"..,
....... .
Htw York ShhSharp
21-22-23 December stalk 9c Cheddar r T 79

For your Wit-','. Sk.rp Oitdd.f
ShoppingConvcniei SWEET FLORIDA ZIPPERSKINNEDTANGERINES Cheese Spread .,i I.".' 43
: t Kraft1 Aiiort.d Wkipp.d

Cream Cheeses .4,". 29

C .
2 Bro.krtono'l T >r

each Sour Cream . ::39'

Red York Bordo. *'* Cn.mpApples
Crisp .
ii! Cream Cheese '.:. 29
. 4 39t ,
. . ;
Pillikurr S or BMBiscuits
i Sweet Juicy D'Anjou *
ws r 4 rei..39

Pears . . . .10 for S9 Pillikurir C"ss.etDinner c."
FormiSTUFFING '< --. "r--&',. '. T '
J '''SH''Q"U"I ::" .;
C'\K F'nR'Z"-E"N
8-a., pkg.
regular cornbread

29 3T



: ; p .

_ _
rL 1 111
PunCHAif*W > M !
16 Ib. 10.16 Under
And Over Pounds 10 Ibs.

39C 43C 45cM" j

'll (
.. f
lb. lb. lb. Pudding : 59'I I

., >.. .., ..' .,.- .. .. c,.... fir Block...ll '
; ( : t- r:
A ____ __ _____ i./.,..\..... _. ._ .. .,, '._",. __i.. .. '.-'II. ', T' Hard Sauce 6V 69

....l....' -:. ... Arl Libby't Flavorful Tomato

ALL STORES WILL CLOSE AT 6 P.M. Juice 446.oz. $1


UM Sliik-S. U4Swift's P Pear Halves 19C
Prtmlum" <
".W:: c ... can
IOO 100 Franks .. .. .. III. 49* Green Giant Golden Niblett
T..._'. Fraik, FI...rful
I LISTERINE Green......._ANTISEPTIC,...Stamps.11............. I Sliced i Bologna .. 11........ 39 Corn 2 'Et cans". 39C

.. ,
Ttriww'i Cklpp 1
Tcity Green Giant GardenGreen
14.aa. bat 98c ...
rwnI IdM/Mrar DM. 14 IM4)Jftl ) ; Beef Or Ham 31W- %-t
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOO B, Co,tUJ'i Slick Style. : : Peas 2 cans 303 39C

39* _ _
BraunschwcigcrSl 'I.
nrXeXTRA' (" l For Your Holiday Parties! den'sRBE
.....O uuu ,. : uuu....() .n4.r4 C..r.l. *r C.rollii. J
Green Stamps Fresh Oysters tendlblb'M.pMwdpwd.r..lr Int QOtf EggNog . ,1 79C
Wclckade'i Delicious

ntUA_;., (n",36-cr.n. TKurh bat DM 69c 14 IM4I rt SHIPPED QUICK FROZEN EVISC 3 consomIXTRAm qt. $1 .

OOOOOQOOOOOOooooooO Ducklings Capons Geese crapo'olrink; 3 $1
(CXIArf. ,'....S ; u
-. ", o fpc.d e,i CCTIVI

jg I,1; Green vIeIA4tw, .Stamps........ lb 4 9 C ">. 69e''ib 59 Ow Peaches T... N..li/.p, 'H". R.N4 air cell 2S' THUitS.MON., 21,TUES.24 DEC, 'K'21.II WED.
VAUIY HOST WHOll 1 29'1lb
r. o
r ,
r511 :;:
FROZEN EVISC. ((8-14 LB. AVG. 1-
MQMQ1Q 40..o..oO QUICK Sweet Potatoes: :": 29'50m".w"A ,

; fX 50 Stuffed Turkey lb. 49* Aluminum"' Wrap W: 65'I ,

Kol Off'l Nab her...d ere.....
Jw Green.. .Stamps.. CroutcttcsIX' ;;'. 35* '
I .i till OMt* ><>><*M.oil
Treasure Isle PfrD Shrimp froren foods lle Ripe

10..-os...pkg 98c <=y $.ii.$.. fro"es $krlmCocktail Select Olives MI c.ii 29' i
SQ.OQO V ee 1M/1 :;; 3 ,; I' 99 ,
.O e CM"' N..Uepip+lilbpl
04QQ.QQJ QQQl ......
__ M. "-u. or PumpkinCrabapplcs 2 ;.. 29
E, Mince Pies 3 =..;7: $1 a..tlc Sic.4
50 lEAm50 Slo.Htr'i ,,.... Soin.cK .. I? 39
J,,1( Green Stamps! Souffle IX'...: 49' ,
I ...." __........_.. D.I M..t. I.b 1 U'WlfT" 25'
IO-.I ,
'.n..'. lb. /ird' Ire hest. Irish
SOO' 'ojiiQiQQQ.Q8 1 Broccoli Spears ''J7:: 29<: SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT INSPECTED

i,,.', Ere r,.. at o TOEPXRTEREGreen 5i 0 Green Beans 4 ph tees,..' $1 I .t Mon. Thurs.
(bont-.n. ) 8:30.6:30
,.,/ Koth ra 8 1
I rlJlC ..Ilk All_r*..Stamps>d rwchoi..., I Perch Steaks V..*.... 49 Pot Roast ib, 59 'e 8:30 Friday 9:00Saturday
per Ib. 69c 'V59'w; ; ;
:: 8:30: 7:00:
OOO'O OQ.QO Mr.Deviled Peel' t Crab ,,11..,... 49 Gr'und Beef Ib 49c

. __ ____"'_ r .. .-v roll'! T __ T 1 ... r --L- r J .... .. __ __ _

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Con ManMisplaces .. ...P.-._ $ Vote Likely By

Xmas Program At Sea Gate .'* Legislators Annual Session OH & Nt\U_ $

JACK8ON V I L L I: (AP) -- SECTION B N.elas Fl. s..c1.y Oscenker 10 .Irk/
Chances are the 1MB FlorWLetiBletur !la -

A Cobra will rate on th*

t... question of Mutual sessions, the
chairman of M Interim study
i committee report
Br CONRAD FINK Lawmakers, Chamber at Corn
Aiaecletee1 Pl... Writer merry" official and MM general

NEW DELHI (AP) I ik* public lean heavily toward a ,
change from the current Man.nial .
many citi.., New Delhi has sessions, Sen Merrill Bar

4 its thai of slippers citizens bit of Tern Beech MM Friday .

oet to make a fast Barber head t committee of

buck. Some must rank amongthe 1y the Legislative Council which I*
holding pnu Mlc hearing m MM
., ,
b.ecen men m th* bu met>s
1e proposal Florida's m a. j r
I od4IIo>
the moil sui< essfu!
H. says sentiment 1* favor' of
wan s witened Unle gut whwerkedjfcoth \ r
annual session and higher pay
aides of the street
+ for member of the legislatureha
la ftSMieiicsa colony with sfluti
been virtually nnanlmou
.. .lid basketful of cobrasH t
a for from As
would secretly deposit the xcept opposition WW1r
ociated Industrie of
vicious Uoking snakes In the
F shrubbery or prosperous house, lobbying group
The rice chairman of the com
the. (starch up to the door to
make. feie pitch. It went like this: mutes Rep. Richard O. Mitchell
"..UK snakes very dangerous of Leon County, says he know
no member of the
for children. I catch far five group *
planning to vote against the
rupees(about $1) esch.
The Americens, .U having -
The study committee will re.
reed Rudysrd Kipling's Islesbout
h- port to the full council at Its
cobras, generally sgreed- Jfi.
laf t&llftWe.* Jan. IS meeting In Saraeou. lr,
then gasped in astonishment ss
.1 Favorable action by the council r rPRt
the shrubbery yielded five-foot- v .1
... "
will mean that a bill vetting up
Surfboarding is a matter of long cobras, which obediently
balance, as Brenda Read slithered into the old men's STUDENTS at Sea Gate IIml'lItl1l'honl utMuW n Christmas program annual session will be drafted

demonstrates at Cypress basket IS he tootled on the flute. Friday morning alld
Gardens, FlaWhite The snake charmer's downfall wa* old Santa Claus who pail th< athm l a aiupn.i.* tja'1' be In the corm of t constitution.

came one day when showed only four of "Twelve Days Befor.' 'hrilltnllS": \\ ,us sung by the flf rridfra. (above) al amendment and muM faces
his five cobra ss
scheduled.pet Thinking the shrubbery up from Mrs. Georg' Jltll'tm's11')(\ Tli v 11 < 1 i. l< d liv' Tiss.: Judv Iloujr.lt. statewide vote for ratification.Two4hlrd .

House was now safe, the American at left of the House and \'ER ANS\\FRH! : Kitty' White of Dallas\ Tn.. Is praying
tried to dispense with the old Senate will hare to approve.Mitchell for the hipplnfu of all the' children in her city it Christ

men's services. But he wouldn't laid among detail mil There will be TOO lucky little girls who will each
Brimming With still to be worked out I* the receive cf the doll the The
(<>. one in background employe
1. question of when to hold MS.
"Sahib," he said "I know of the Public National Life Insurance Company pent a treat
Yule there's another snake around e r. tot .slows d u r t ft. f election year, deal of their own time making, dresses for the dolli that are
Spirit when the lawmaker will be
here somewhere." destined to b* glfti for underprivileged girls,
campaigning for he spring prl.

WASHINGTON .(AP) The Uissf Child ThievesOne marie _
White Rouse brimming over Currently, lawmaker. an
eldest rift. Carefally And Ure
of the
with the Christmas spirit. But : 6h paid ".100. year plus expense
soon the gaiety will be trans among New Delhi con men Is the w fur ....1011. or legislative work $24 MillionIn --
ferred to President Johnecn'iT.ru use of children ss thieves.Police when not In session. Bessioniare |

Ranch where the first the other day arrested held over a today period
family will spend most of the whet newspaper described ss s 1h Marling In April of odd ,.ar.. State Road EXCLUSIVE AT RAR
"w.U-dressed pickpocket': who
holiday season. Mitchell said one plan call
Friday night Johnson and his operated in New Delhi railway for an annual l&day MMlon ds> Bids Received Our Sptcial'
station. He identified himself ssGsurl
slossst kinfolk voted
gathered in the to finance to relieve the
circular park couth of the Whit Shanks 10 years old. regular session of this usually Individuality
House he button to There also are occsilonsl TALLAHAMIt (AP- More
as pressed a t It thorny problem In .
light the 72Joot aational com cases of professional beggars 'r He Mid the stale U finding It than f M million In bids war received .

munlty Christmas tree in windy kidnaping children and maiming Increasingly difficult la make up by the Wale Road De.pertraeni .
IWesrse weather. them for use .. come-ons. Florida's ft bUlton budget t two. fridiy for It Intsr." GIFTS;

Even a* Johnson closed the Foreigners are considered easy years in advance. stale, primary and secondary
electric circuit to illuminate the marks for this racket. t I Ik At Friday's hearing In Jack. rood projects, Accessories
tree the Whit House walls, The variations seem ."cl1.... sonvtlle, Ben. John E. Msthewasaid Road Board Chairman John
gleaming In a fresh coat of fortune tellers and ..trolo..,. tighter budget control te. Phillip said contracts would be Antiques

paint were bathed by flood who for a coin promise heaven suiting from annual sestlonscould warded. within two weeks

lights This was the first time end earth, bogus relief agencies save the added cost ofonceayeer The InlsrstsU construction In. 4 INTERIORS
since his conomy4n
merit campaign was launched a are equally bogus, druggists who _, Barber said the un ... 78, II and lays Furniture
that the ecuUy.man.1OD sell pills made of chalk ..
year ago :
Ion worked 44 day and In that
According to government officials The MO jab Involving test Upholstering
was .,
so bright
lime had an itf M Mils
Just before ,tb. treeJlghtlng, ,,0.U the con men are eathi 1 II .r1 &L I lay average pile, for a bridge across Es.umbla Draperies
before M,
the Johnsons were hosts to thechildren street'-'0". are in the red t Bay In 0antt Rosa

of White House Matt sandstone government buildingsof MrtC You County received ft low U4 44 : ilrpetlnrRtR'
rftHYTIIM group from Lei ManKall'a) flhlnerroom.) / ran ..
embers, And Sunday White New Delhi. .4U kf Brown and It dlThe '
nee Santa In the middle of the picture Engineering Firm
House correspondents and their
171 kto involving t MYeftemil.
families will drop by for a spyp ,Plenty ComplaintsHorn Hold Yule Party segment In Smut County
Minister O. L. Nsnds
clal holiday tour *
thai will complete the freeway tSJUC.
Then the President his wUe pledging to cleanse the capital + r r Xr Til-County Engineering from Wlldwood Co Bears A'..,

Lady Bird and) dasghter Lynda of corruption announced s few r i wl ) rl Company U U 11.1",011oP Tampa, received a low bid 01U.IU.U

and Lucl will be free to fly to weeks back that he personally last rifltit held h lift by Gregg and Gil)..* JlSJlitO

their ranch. would hear complaints If anyone annul dlnmr and ChrlsimM Co., Leesburg,
In lighting the big national had any and cored to come tl' his
In the main dining room test Third) $ 5.
Christmas tree, chopped from agrog. residence. party The "ItS Job Involving e. .
at Chestertown N.T, They eame-an avenge of 100 of the TshliUa Cove Congress pile for a bridge across the m. MemberAmerlean

Johnson said the sky of the age s day, to squat on Nanda's lawn t km. Johns fiver In JackwmvtU re
II being brightened by ft new and complain about bribes, kickbacks I ApproxJmltel,24I1Jt1Io,... celved a low bid erf ftll.OtOby

star-the star of peace. misappropriation and with their wives Branded the DT Diamond Savannah, 0*, Designer

..n...," be said, "are th. government officials on the tske. tG affair Tables wen decoratedIn ..t
aiM hopeful time In all the Hindi said half his dally mail\ 1 ht the traditional Christmas

yaws since Christ was born In contained other complaints manner and gifts were
Bethlehem." Impressed Nsnda ordered chief .
A* never before, said the ministers (governors) of all Indian exchanged.WHINS

President, "man has In his states to set up similar

possession th. capacities to end hearings. t
war and preserve peace, to Among the mast ,Jovial coa IClll" YOUORirR'S _

Vadleat poverty and share men .are the sidewalk peddlers LlfiSC .
Abundance, to overcome the who have authentic goods to sells SIXTH GRADERS from Wallace Abernathh-'s room alAI presentedtunes rout

diseases that have afflicted: the | s 200 per cent markup. They as a rhythm band
human race and permit all seem to love fast and furious BIRTH MONTH

mankind to enjoy their promiseIn bargaining ss much ss s healthy "
life on this earth." profit.
There Is much wslllng and I f rgI
gashing of teeth when theae

Make MoviesOf fellows meet tourist determined I' a fJAinde &OpPrave'eslcfeNCex
to bargain for s better price. But
often there Is s glint of admiration

Suspected In peddlers''eyes sa they x I
are forced to give a little. Pfh.
And the tourist who Is wllUiig
Drunk Drivers to spend lots of time waving his

arms end shouting In hard bargaining .
MWARX, N.J. (AP) caa walk sway satisfied
Drunken driving suspect la with his prUe-wsoiisbly certain

Uses County may find them. he hssn't paid mo/e then s
selves tb* plan. of short motion 100 per cent markup.
picture., bat the only review' the
films will gM will be In court

Prosecutor Brendan T, Byrne cure the film .would be admUsU
announced the start of ft pilot tile In Hew Jersey court and

program Thursday which his that be hit the deterrent valued p.rlec gift
office will send a sound camerato the program would be a* im.

police headquarters to film portant as Its evidence.' r
the acts and speech of drunken producing feetwea. 2 BEDROOMS a

driving 1UIpt '. A sew lip will appear on
Byrne said an assistant pro*, reads la the county la eonnee $25,000.00

tutor, David Icnaplra, will ma* tram with the program, Byrne
the camera and will be on call said.
la certain selected town*. -- "1 win rest "Dnnkea drlv.

peeN will be filmed either dor.in ers win be t11 IacI."
Interrogation by police or Overlooking the Gulf of Mexicoin

while taking
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2ft COUH COUNTY NEWS N.,.... Fl., Sw<4.,. DMMM M I If*I American .'* Closed Wttt Ml
outburst of oratory prtMac. For Building
President Johnson's announce. Way
menC In Throes of

Panama Hails New Canal I Robles has accepted Mid "President UM proposal John.MO to. I

I negotiate M entirely new treaty Map shows Weather Bureau's
which would replace UM IMS age temperatures, precipitation Atlantic-Pacific Canal
accord wttti IU amendments.

Plans With Great This will integrally abrogate
JoyPANAMA this accursed treaty. ) A hi*. or tour countries which have 2. "An entirely new treaty on
"Abrogation of the 1903 trwty order has potential canal site Panama, the existing Panama Canal
explicit recognition of our a new Allan. Colombia Nicaragua and per. will be proposed to Panama to
(AP) President les made so far by United Rates sovereignty over UM Canal Zone replace the haps Costa Rica looking to. replace the half.century
Johnson's announcement: of a and local technicians. and abolition of UM perpetuity 10 to 15 ward agreements with any In.tereefed pact that gives the United)
...Inet canal to replace Location of the canal In
planned clause are UM three fundamentil In obtaining the new States Canal Zone rights "in
the Panama Canal was Colombia would provide that demands for which the la to flow at route. Then on. he. pot englneeiing perpetuity."
welcomed here M the answer toPaJIaIDa' country with millions of dollars Panamanian nation and Its MM Panama or a surveys will be made In The new treaty would retain
longstanding com. in annual revenue, as the have ought for five generatlODS. and will those countries slcnlof agree. UA rights needed to run and
canal does for Pan.
plaints against the canal treaty present now old paseage- moots to decide which site 1s protect the present canal, but it
and In Colombia as creating ama. b a radio-TV address reo locks out beet. would recognize Panama's sov.relgnty. .
hope the new canal would be CastrUlon said the Colombian .
plying to President Johnson's
built there. route would pass largely announcement Robles did not treaty with U.$. control of the 10 by so.
through a region of uninhabited
President Marco A. Roblesreceived
mention that alternate routes soon mile Canal Zone strip as exer.
an official commu.tilque Jungle and nuclear blasting for the new canal through three <"<;..'-EXPECTED: which the Britons cued under the 1903 accord
and said would pose DO major problem. Trying
from Washington other countries were under con. TtMWUTUIlEi will heal old would end when the new canal!
It was ''III historic day" for He said use of atomic power In
Panama that would "create a the other countries with possible deration.( Until mid canal Ads Instead Of opens.Friday's announcement ell.
The morning newspaper Pan. -Jsnuary, temperatures bygone days.
favorable atmosphere for negotiations. routes Panama Nicaraguaand ama Star said In an editorial over most of the nation except went be. mated lengthy talks betweenthe \
." possibly Costa Rica todayi Obrtously It will be Friday United States and Panama
to Bogota, Colombian Public would bring the need to evacuate necessary to study with utmost announce Christmas CardsLONDON begun after the bloody antl.!
Works Minister Tomas Castrll. the construction area. care the consequence that States will American riots there last Janu.
Ion said the most favorable In Washington an Inter. would be derived for Panama In earnest" (AP) Some Brit. ary. Panama's president Marco
route for a new sea l.vel1nter. American conference from the building of a sea level discussed ores have begun placing news A. Robles hailed It as "a hlstor.
ocean canal was through his wring admission of new mem.of canal even If It were built in paper advertisements Instead of Ic day" for his country
country ace"rcl1nl to the stud. bers to the Organization Christmas cards with
gout territory -so the new trea. State Dean The announcement also
with three the money saved going to chart marked turning point in the
ty may Include adequate protec.: a
of deliberations
tloo for our ec llomy. years overbuilding
Di Managua, Nicaraguan A popular spot for the mass a second transoceanic
The Musichausen President Rene Shuck declined circulation yuletide wishes Is waterway for security and for
: Immediate comment on the ca. / 4/ the personal column of that the growing ship traffic already

\ DON HOLZHAUSEN .' nap possibilities Shlck said he /, staid newspaper, the Times. starting to clog the present ca.
had not received an official text II'f Some companies even are ex. nal. Johnson noted that 300
I S. proprietor .ee of President Johnson's declara. pressing their yule wishes on modern vessel which have been
tlon. IXKCTIOmClPITATlON the printed pages or are being built are too big to
Says Here's a typical advertise.ment pass through the canal when,
In the Times' front page loaded.

BUY QUALITY and SAVE MONEY Auditor Rates Precipitation In the form of I ) The at. personal Road Federation column Is"The not British The broad aim of the U.S
.. ... petted to be in east boss Jo. move Is thus to solve In a com.
OulkranM. ". ,.1. 0 It.. pr 7M NM heavy areas Christmas cards this year. In.
( says blned both the
M.al. America % State Beverage recur.
Imall: I..Illy erf a* tor .,artnian< w haOvlkramafl ", til. Price (M.M .. dur. stead it Is making a donation to rent political troubles with Pan
"N" 0,.." Na( ,''c. I Hi.MM Department Good ; on the Royal Society for the Pre. ama and the physical need fora
'* "
Walnut "dlll..1 ventlon of Accidents.
Tk h1. prlc 1115.11Cary months ago, new canal.
TALLAHASSEE (APBoth appear Mon. Another reads: "Cable and What the canal woulH l
Plana Model Me R.. ,rlt Ml N
Says Daughter Wireless
wish friends
Amarlcin Walnut tI'Io' the State Beverage Departmentand grand a cost is a matter of guesswork,
IM the "..It Practice Bar" Ile pri.e 711.10 the Probation and Parole Merry Christmas and announce with estimates ranging from
KeMer-Cimakall" llactrle Player. .Plane. Flag ,.... UM.00M Commission received good rat. P. Malo. that they do not intend to send 3750 million to about double that
Walnut % Ings from the State Auditor FrU Fri. out company Christmas cards
CHMItTMAI IPICIAL tale pit 520,0We amount depending on the site
Stupid Or a telephone Instead they are making a dona. and excavation methods. The
hive not Inflated these pikes to offer huge per pen.tarea dayAuditor Ernest Ellison said noon from tlon to the Missions to Seamen"
old canal cost $380 million and
off The quality discount I Hated here are reduction
\ the Beverage Department spent Each few
day a more persons went into operation 11 years
front LIST PRICE! We want to make lure that
you family tan enjoy the tremendous warmth that comm $ 3.1Il5! to gather evidence on WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -"Dad I told: ;: said, Join in what has come to beknown after the treaty was signed.
from bring able to create muilc bootlegging and other Illegal operations said I was either stupid( or very arm good health, as the Times Christmas Johnson said there seem to be
during the fiscal year brave." ]I> .." card game. The majority ap. four possible routes two In
HIDDEN IININD NAI'UI: nowI"' Ith Av. No A '''" Tnll
Mld..w 77343 ending June 30. Judy Jershin, 18, Wichita out. was present pear to be peers and peeresses, Panama, one In Colombia and
State University freshman was last Oct. retired generals, admirals and one In Nicaragua which may go
The Musichausen Don't Be A Litterbug telling how she snatched a Jail i I Sown forced the judges. through Costa Rica too.
breaker's gun away from him I Mart [ a car. He Why do they do It? The 95-mlle Colombia route
and helped capture him Friday."I a single "I may be old fashioned and would parallel the Atrato River.
had never touched a gun i[ the auto sped square," said retired Judge Colombia's public works minis
before my life," Miss Jershin I dont Noel Hlndley, "but the spirit ter Friday night said that
OWNER WILL TRADEFOR said, "and I don't know why I ,lid hours has gone out of Christmas If It,sparsely populated route would
did It." |II front before was a real Christmas we are be best because atomic explo.
The fugitive, Richard Lee Mo. I run. I or. having I would have gone on elves could be used to excavate
Arthur, 22, charged with armed I at sending cards" inexpensively
robbery, slid down a bedsheet I get Hearst col. The surprise of this season, The Nicaragua route of some
HOUSE LOT OR CAR rope and escaped from the seventhfloor report. however, was the Christmas 140 miles would veer across the
Oedgwlck County Jail I the by under. card of Mr. and Mrs Frank Costa Rican border south of
Dec. S. Police had describedhim Bonanno Muir. Lake Nicaragua to avoid drain.
as "extremely dangerouswith A scrlpt.wrlter and author, lag the large lake at heavy eco.
homicidal tendencies." and Bonanno Mulr's card said "Mr. and nomic loss to Nicaragua.The .
McArthur told police he "I the un. Mrs Frank Muir are not taking 59-mlle Sasardl.Morl Pan.
picked the university campus as Bonanno an advertisement in the Times ama route would traverse com.
a place to hide occasionally, seen jury, ad. this year. Instead they are send. paratlvely flat and undevelopedland.
k thinking no one would recognize faced death hug Christmas cards to their Also in the running 1s the
? him In student crowds. his captivity friends." present Panama Canal. VA of.
fie Police got a tip, however, and only be. Asked why, Muir replied: flclals said the main chore In
patrolmen Jerry Ekelton and I 'higher up' "My wife and I grew tired of converting It to sea level wouldbe
ran, 1aM w 7f Harry Holts entered the fine seeing those stuffy announce digging out the Galllard Cut
arts looking for merits. The people who put In
building Friday i condition of which U now a high point.
Bonanno's release was "that these advertisements. need send.
him.They spotted McArthur, who RENEW YOURDRIVER'S he's through In the rackets, and Ing up a bit."
bolted. The officers asked stu. LICENSE/ that his territory will be cut up Sending up la a British The debating society orga
dents in the crowded hall to help URIHSYOUR among other Cosa Nostra chief. expression for taking down a nized by:-Benjamin Franklinwas
stop him. BWH MOHJH tains." peg or two. known as the Junta.
i "That guy's got a gun," one
student .Ild. backing off

r Now Judy Jershin takes up I
the story
"I had Just finished my last

class before Christmas vacationand I BU CqphmG InviteYou
was walking out of the fine }.
.. .
... arts building when a policemanentered
-- -- ,.. hurriedly," she said. "]1thought I To
II!.. .. j
--"" It was strange, but I I tutd. Cau CfuI.
11,, Write Drlre I* The Mooring Weal of Trill went on out to my car In the 1 tle
parking lot and had the motor
Fine new home in the loveliest residential urea In Naples, facing running when I saw this young
the Moorings Golf Course, House is unlocked. Go by and lookit man running down the sidewalk."I .

over. lt', built and owned by Naples' Quality Home 'Juildr' thought he was Just anoth.er .
A. Vernon Allen, and he's anxious to sell. It has 3 large bedrooms, student Lots of kids run on Drive Out To Big Cypress

2 beautiful baths, giant sized livinjt-dininR room Central air conditioning cold days
and heating and many more outstanding feature "Then he Jerked my car door
open and told me to get out I JI
to make this a deliichtful family home.

3rd Annual Bill Diddle Day


One of the niont unusual MONDAY DEC. 21st
features of this home is :

run the outdoor area provided llvinir. for A : /

I charming door opens white from dutch the [:1]

onto Early beautifully the American)outdoor f<\kitchen"nrped'living ) I .

area seen here. Notice
the fence and privacy1'
Est -


The yards of this homeare HEATING

beautifully landscaped .

and quite large. .e+ :'
(What a wonderful spot &

for the addition of a pa.

tio-pool area loading AIR CONDITIONINGIN

off the covered outdoor ,, v
living room1)! ) THE SAME UNIT

1ROPICAS now. .If"sue window
o' veil ktai no end coolm w
"",. which combinet the hazel
'featurti at both 901 o4 elK(
Open listing to all brokersSee
I.c.ty Oltvnno, you 0* eMKW
low tea epoohon No vent
favorite broker owner-builder needed. and ee your or contact e ,live sew mvantyCall Arrange your own foursome and call for starting timeor

TROFIGAS ol/..e tau da talk to Phil Darbyshire at the Pro Shop. Phone
nth" el Ihn n*. .... lot .k... f ." !II
end ell.. c1ettEOPIG MI 2-6692 for a fill in foursome. j f fI


w I No Green Fees Entry $2,00 All of Which

)a I Goes For Prizes Low Gross Low Net

418 6th St So MJ 2.09:! II I Longest Drive Closest To Pin.



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COUM COUNTY NfWJ ...*-*... .... !..*.*. DM inw JO." .IH4 t&:

offbeat travel topfee HOMES FOR AMERICANS Reviewing Aid
which is at loggerhead wtM I come to Invert the mark mere
Ghana and has closed Ho borders economically.I Ha saysi "Re. t,
to that state.Tbeee I(-I for developments aM wffil
For African Countries misuse of German I Be more carefully scrutMaed ill
;Jk ?tapla ?tIJ1M.d mark In Africa New Wet the I tahure. we will send eiperts t o
government .has had poor ad. I the scene and cheek whether the
BONN Germany (AP) mile highway that will be flood vice on how to Incest It* -.. ,African nation's proposal torlavestlAg
With miIuooa ot marks wasted, ed during the rainy season and IICIItIIt aid, said 8f** el.Stheel I our money I* eoeoom.ically .
West German taking hard Urns rendered unumaWe for now feat* tile time .has I II SOMMI."
By Anne L. BowesA I look at VLt .: for wac month!. About ttM.OOO la Reed I. t
tries to Africa, U plan to con. ed each year to repair U.
f central oo major development German engineers are bulM. Light and lithe leather. .
remembered **>:>ectI. lag a harbor for Togo at Lome
week In New York City lAd dimly fragrances
Walter Behest, Had ot the coating $13 million to repd.ceancient
I an ctey- tekl As my bus of ferns damp earth Ministry for Economic Develop. port facilities. Spiegel fluffy-warm lining
growls Us way about Manhattan. and warm woods belehisigsmohe'uicks total of
last a
neat, says the government will found that year
each of ray senses is bombarded now tower skywards emphasize economic aspects of only 377 cargo ships called at
by the signs of"civilization." In place of oleeo.-Wabed development plan and de..mphaslM Lome where some 164.000 tons cc !'
My nose and lungs, choked pines. ., political aspect For. of cargo were handled That ((
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by noxious odors rebel at die My mouth fouled by the tastesof sign Ministry official privately amounted to Just about all of
life necessity of breathing. modern living Is revulslng. 'ORCH GASACIIIDROOM admit that West Germany tree Togo's foreign trade.
Acrid smoke from burning coke The hawking vendors of pop, spicily baa approved financial West Germany ha* promised I -SORORITV.
smog from trucks and cars, gum. candy and cake have sold v M aid for African state In rear Ghana a bridge over the Volta
fetid fumes of refuse piles decay along/with deltctousness. Gf Ri DINING that Communist-ruled East Germany River. This would lead to Togo Comfy' SiipperaI
stenches of raw sewage and la- The harping advertisers of cigarettes 12 13 12 q Jr night come up with
similar aid, tempting the re.
dustrlal wastes floating down cigars ana tobaccos tf
to the
calving country recognize
the Passage Hudson East and have mixed poison with East Berlin government
other rivers drench out pleasure. The hammering .. Since 1940, when the West
salesmen for whisky T. V. ,.- Germans started to tackle the
dinners and beer are doling -r-r1 / development aid problem on a
CALLING ALLHOMEMAKERS out nausea with nelghborll ( big scale, the government has rfI
Unchlortnated wa- I I earmarked shelled
ness. spring L LIVING DOOM i'i] or actually
tcrwood-smoked bacon,fresh 1 175-t2 I I II out a total of $3 billion.
caught trout wild strawberries I A tenth of this went to Africa .
By -these are foods of the ---fONT SaT or Is about to be handed to the
Thought past or foods for country African In the form of outright
At n>rUtnnTlme "yokels.' .I'H ?.f1",1'. fat dmeruuaa'ion/ //I I TIN ntlm r.tmlilaltun ""A. money gifts or Iong4erm loans
(lit the three mil/or room if tAe tour. nA< It rlu, mot at low Interest.
Every lucctai- My eyes Itching from the flinunolf/ llti oil uf us-osNitnusng. I. UK,. 1.'s,; rimm in German money has been teat 1 I
ul business U gritty air, see steel rails stab- ,ru inr-fcri/ruom n"litrmtnl tome Ant u until Innerwrrlu...i.. tered among 383 project in 30
Med upon pubic bing towards the city where once turn: 'larr kit Arts kin timing pair at iHi I arittt uiHiliitt TAr African Itat...
n) confidence soft trails led dappled deer to \l reentil pan h ""M "br r"'hosed IMn a nut nnm or .muU, { "//" r. Too little for too many
and good will. drink Cold cement bridges ,the onr-uay' ptl k,." nmf all u', for ktgntr irilntg in (Aiinn*, projects critic: of West Germsny's
,. Rrinrt, /1000 1"t... VI'rlrtibuff .
room 4 hurl I n.n
li1 These thing arch their way over railroad Ha. 'U'iythe development aid to Africa The term bootlegging
a: Reannot be yards and highway clovers in _.. are saying. A spokesman for rime into general use In the
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hUM UN DS bought. They place of rainbows above rain- Scheel's ministry said a recent Midwest in the 1880s Instates
must be 'earned." fresh meadows. By night the feel of life. But where can Human progress. with seldom roundup by the mag*tine DerSpiegel where whisky was 11
And whet I II the secret glare from a thousand neon they find the prick of pine e thought for the welfare of correctly. reflected the. legal many people carried
of this Important thing sgns and the greedy glow of needles under bare feet, the our spirits (and those who come situation.aid This to said Africa German fre.quently financial flasks concealed In boot tops,
which every store want burning dumps replace the flashof warmth of a baby bird In the after us), has seized a land misappropriated was and It became common in the House's
a good reputation\? It I I. fireflies and the elrie phosphorescence palm the softness of milkweed of loveliness and wilderness often Invested In nonsense US vocabulary during<< the
many thing It I I. reflected of "swampfire"in fluff Now, hard highways take and transmuted it Into a mechanistic projects. en of national prohibition In
In everything the owner and the adjacent Jersey meadows. the place of meandering paths. world of ugliness. In Cameroon, $9J5 millionwas \ the 1920s Downtown 5th Avenue
his employee do In their My ears, ringing from the Mow cabled guard-rails bar While we have our push-burton earmarked to build a 120. 0I.erle.dN, .'1.......
business dealing and even strident sounds of traffic and passage to the pitiful remainsof comforts our physical satis -- -
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in their civic and social activities Jets long for a duck's quack country-side which flank the factions at our fingertip, we
a fish's jump but neither can road. Now vicious gangs keep have been softened and stupi
It 1* the way the phone survive In oil-coated contaminated city parks as "wilderness fled out of context with the
waters which surround areas" where even fools fear natural world. Humans have -
la ahiwered. It I.I
this concrete Island. The to tread been wheedled Into walking the T.a T
the type of adve1'tI.lnra
clear coo of the dove and sharp treadle of conformity and wear- -
firm dad! by the service
soprano of the sandpiper have NATURE KILLED ant the chains of conventionali e .
to customers; by the 11F'
given been stilled by screams of Perhaps It Is my sixth sense
manner complaint are bandied steam and honks of horns. The which suffers most from the tyLook at their faces-!these
; by the courteous and strange lullaby of the owl has city. With growing disillusion- sophisticated dry folk. Where '
helpful attention given to been silenced.by throbbing of mere, I see that Nature, the do you see a happy one? The rrA ,
customers by everyone from trucks. Mother of Beauty and the tus women are cold and calculating, ,
the sales people to the delivery My hands and feet drumming talner of human soulshas been the men driven and determined.Even ;'t '';
man; by those little and tapping Idly, crave destroyed by civilisation. children seem stilted In '1. .
things "above and beyond their play. How have
many ,
the call of duty" which never seen a cow? a deer? 1)) t
every customer remember CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK a big tree? These people have
and every good businessman lost touch with theft natural ll
tries to do. DUNBARS OFFICE origins and with freedom. They t,1
And, of course it i I. the. I\ nl\\, SUPPLIES. have been sold one-way ticket
big thing good merchandUe Girt Heating Typewriters, are to oblivion.
,. fair price, and perfect tftfu! Standard Portable } /
integrity. You just can't Electric Manual.
beat this combination.by v HISINKtS:' MAUUNfcJ:- {ULES: It .1 M
\ KiMW1WDftmmiciHsr c; tLLT'
fi"/Nf.,. ; I i AND RENTALS,I.IVf..fWtrJCE-- FREE PROMPT \ L" I

FURNITURE FAIR I t ',,*! 8th Avenue MI J b61, \ DURING YOUR
6296 No. Tamlaml Trail I t T.rr-vlna. with Ni lr..rare i. "" \\ianntirnir\\ I
Mi 1-8837 Naples. Fla.


Help Golden ,Gate Play 18 You don't .

Country Club have to

celebrateGrand holes h I of

becomemonth. We've eliminated [Hie middleman, ]


Opening, golf tea a member. at the new West Brookside VillageYou

ilon't nrn\\ n gulilr. to lake) you to

nor III.'s finrat Ilahing-It's your own
"'"f'f',1 1 -- harkysnl In Writ Ur.") .IIIf'f

I.s'-.z- UVv also| rllinlnntril tI'f rosily extras

I ., #' liomr-huyrr* normally have to pay curls

.- f'::"--- -#- vd1rifv II lsjn|'lnff, driveway (dark-topping' .

-.../ and like that.And .

u.. T you ilon'l hate to wall for l popiila-

_'-::---.J... .p-Sc-. re=1.- lion growth to mipply city water aldr

.e ;:;_z:__ "its ..-_ walks and I ralra-largr; streets. case are

( _. Just a few of for prime I ingredients Wretllrookaldr
breSo "
r-r.s'; planning rtprrls consideredwhen

.rr j they treated this lovely water

"a._ front roriiriinnlly.Hie .
.. trick wa turning out quality and

1.,1.lh..IIf' price down at the same lime.ar .

You'll find quality everywhere you look.

and everything you eee will he Included'

-, -. r'' In one low Ilrlf'''. Shop around. ThenvUit

,-,-,-' r,., 9 the new Wet IJrc", .IIIr. ,Village-

you'll wonder where the. middleman

Play a round of free golf once during December any : went .
you like. You'll DC impressed with Golden Gate I I J

great new 9-hole championship golf course. (There are Jfltime tk

alternate tees for 18-hole play> Try the driving range. L1 tful :.t.\

Then look over the magnificent clubhouse with pro shop, !

locker rooms social and party rooms, lounge and snack j.: a brookside
shop Inspect the big swimming pool and patio. Talk to V DATE y / / village

pro William Vach about his junior and adult golf clinics. aWe \

bet youTl want to join Golden Gate. Single membership i8

is only $125, families 1155. To reserve your free a J'
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$ l"64 white rule on their continent
The West's spokesmen vtslbl} East Meets West
weary of black: African diplomacy

Rescue MissionNo aort, t.merit I all a I else lat desperate failed, to rl're''.. e

Congo cue from unspeakable. ( lion'",r In Vienna School
I thousands ol white sod lonwMta)
hostages held hv rebels In the

Issue In Cold War Congo Thus, the greatest ,cold wai', Or HAYS COREY JR.Aisecletee1 .
clash yet witnessed in black Al> Press Writer

!II detailed la rice, a long, ,tense drama I tile, vwr
HOT Waa it veloped artl. come out beet t when
half a dozen i 4pltals on VIENNA (AP) "We Ilw eye we
Operation Reeeue'" as the West cle baaed upon Interview and If
three continents, draws, battle Communist face t tl o f.face, Says the new prmrnational -
contends, or Operation Imperl. eyewitness account from AP ,r rr meet the
allsm M Moscow and much of bureau\ In Africa, London, lines for more f lashes( 10( come( cipal of the American Into. School here, only
Africa argue. ? Was it neceaaarjr Brussels. Washington and the The drama 01>f the hostages I -- 40 mite from tile Iron Curtain
and how did It come about? The United Natlona. and It is not! over> r i parachutist drop on Stan Its climax lad ill 'Vovemijei/ die other take Eaf lleh.
leyvllle has become a cold war By WILLIAM L RYAN The story) ls spatt"r lid with the The principal Gordon Persons, Among tboee In the non.
issue and a symptom of the treeroll AP Special Correspondent blood of thousands\ of Innocents, English .peeking group are 25
African of white and nonwhite It ta panda< addedWhat 30 children f from Communist
underlying U.S effort to diplomat full better way U there thanin
help Africa and yet protect emotion, call it a plot by evil tuated by chilling: accounts/ of y y a school where people can countries around Austria, children .
American citizen .HO'!' U de Imperialist force*to reestablishFOR cannibalism and primitive lor meet and say what they want?" whose fathers are in the
lures tt 1 II laden with mystery) /0 ( The American InternationalSchool western diplomatic corps m

confusion and contradictions! a hat been a great.. success Eastern ctpiUlt.
weird episode In modern dlplo. demonstrating to European how But there are also a f few
mac)'. i American education work children from Communist parents
e Much of what occurred In IU"penselul The success made a large- at the school One student n
weeks of Impending Ilei scale expansion neeessery, anda the ton of the Polish Ambassador .
G 1 Gi1B 1] horror and secret diplomacy new $1.500,000 school plant to Austria. There are also
can be patched together now opened In October. It It said to several Yugoslav ttudentt.
from a dispassionate study of be the moat modern In Europe. Arsons' said, "Vienna is s
accounts from all available Toronto-bom Persons came tremendously rich area cultural.
sources Most of these sources here from Palo Alto. Ctlif., ly. If we need speakers for our
GUYS FOR GALS choose to remain anonymous, where ha was principal of an course in comparative government .
tor much still 1 II at Make, not elementary tchool.There we can have American and
only in Africa but In cold war he used to spend several Communist diplomats give etch
repercussion and In the domes days each year arranging a tide of the question.
I tic politic of nation Involved. tort of international meeting for "Things are the tame, yet
Last August a Congo rebel hit pupils with the foreign students different( than l In Palo Alto It'
lion, foggy) and aimless in ideol of Stanford University.In play) touch football but also
Jgy but charged up by the slo. Vienna he taid. "We live soccer."
lUll[ encouragement and even like thai all year long." The American International
weapon supplied by Commu Trill' school smalls, look School was begun after World
lists, swept Into Stanleyville) and ,..1. like any school: ," War II at a community school by
and seized that provincial capl. Parsons ttid. "What makes It the Urger-than-average. American
al from the flabby) control of different it the student population diplomatic corps her.. It is a
Premier Molse Tshombe' Leo. ," nonprofit organization, "held up
toldvlU* government. The American: International by the boot straps by the American
Foreigner were rounded up School hat 414 students from government," Parsons .. .
ind Jailed. In the strident antl. I It!' white tone of rebel pronounce i A regular American curriculum limited. "We have only tapped
merits the United State sensed I It given to each of the ttudentt. the surface" This school will
GIFTS FOR ALL he danger to all foreign nationals k eV Language ::1..... are begun be an entity in the European
and especially member in the first grade English- system for a longtime. '
1' the UJ. consulate who were ,
BOWLERSBilliard put> under house arrest. The Belgians -
who once ruled the Congo .
appeared far from con.
& Inced of Immediate danger V was
Soon after Stanleyville fell,
fJS.. Undersecretary of State W
Players .verell Harriman flew to Bru*.
.el.. He and Belgian Foreign
Minister Paul-Henri Speak dime
BOWLING BALLS from $1.95 BILLIARD CUES from $I7JJ cussed: contingency) poaslblll.,

BOWLING SHOES (from OS BAGS from $393 :lest negotiation for the prison 4... .... .,...4 ., i

(IF" HOOKS for Came of Bowling |".15 ere, talk to end the mercenaries rebellion, LAST DAY OF SCHOOL before the long holiday vacation brought a v""J. "" JTVr ,'j _
use of Tshombe' ,,:l.... ":" ;:'<0. ...+,::t. .. j. '
to: retake Stanleyville) even these Christmas party to the special class at Shadowlawn School. Members ..:r ....,u..IS .y'. 3 N)..Yi/ a.'tf"fj
: '
Items available in fashionable( matched ....t.:.. ... \\1 I a oJ .
are '
of parachute troop to save of the Delta Nu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi airanged this )party) :t: t '". Y :t: 'r.
seta or priced separately ";,.r-G-:! : "';; ;! i i!
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foreign national and also one for the Junior High School special' class. In additionto "'c { .. ""I--; .:- .-1
Spaak opposed allowing Bel. fancy Christmas cookies and punch the presented a View- ; '. i.ii'i ,",
group :
'P \
"L'iti: : f .
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glans to serve In Congo military :
master projector to the class plus $10 for use as the teacher sees fit. ;c.. '. ,. '.-Go' >, .-t.
BROOKSIDEBowl The Belgian even
Derations.ere considering a law forbid. Shown above are a group of partyers with their teacher, Mrs. U. M\ =: !i ..... .. '" l i \ tiG j.i
... .. _
Harris left and Mrs. James Mallorv\ light member of Beta "--l ""' .
), top a W
ding It. The few Belgian mer. top '' "'I. ,
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onarlet: In the Congo seemed to Sigma Phi. Below other members of the group have big smiles for( '?' f,;;'::;t:>. ..'l---f. J! .....>".;.z-f. e..:"" ...... 'f1: ?. ....;,
& Billiards is) engaged In downgrading the camera. (NEWS photos) f 'Zr "",, ,.t; ...1'., _o.: .:'fIr ='P 'd.fl.4< '
South African mercenaries with,
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'ahombe'' forces, to the extent chael Hoar*'* men. People' Republic, visited Br and withdrawal of all mercena.
2025 Davis Blvd. Ent Naples Ml 2-6400 I of f provoking near-mutiny Chriatophe (;ben)'., who calls i, sel* late In August. The Bel...>. rle. THE VERY BEST PARTIES HAVEA
II I among South African Mal.) Ml.himself president of the Congo i I flans still seemed \unalarmed. Early) in November, after Dr.
-- Several Belgian business firm Paul Carlson, the American BIGELOW CARPET UNDERFOOT

contributed to the rebel, a safe.. missionary, was sentenced by 1t .
ty play to protect business Inter... the rebel to die, Belgium evl. ;:'
tst*. One firm used It* light dently decided a paratroop op. ., .. .:' For festive beauty) ..cozy win'mth...
plan to ferry) rebel In and out oration was necessary to save '. .L\ I deep), sink-in luxul')' ...nothing compares|)
of the Congo hundreds of Belgian and other to a Bigelow. This year, why not plan
In September, a note of 1m.. non.C ongole.e. The Belgians your holiday)
; pending horror was undeniable.. may have suggested that U.s. entertaining around a handsome new Bigtlow carpel
In Stanleyville) the Jeunesse,, Marine go in at the same time It adds< so much to any gathei'ing...and what a beautifulway
youth) movement of the rebellion -there 1 tl conflict about this. to say wekome, friend."
was howling for Belgian "We wanted to involve them
To Our Friends and American blood. Nicholas deeper In the affair, but Wash. The perfect I Starting at
Olenga, "general" of the rebel Ington refused," say one Bel. gift for the I I $4.95
forces, was calling for merciless Stan government source. Another home for Christmas |
treatment of white prisoner, say Belgium did not want per iq ,d.
among them the U.s. consu. American troop, unskilled in
late' start. French and unfamiliar with the BIGELOW RUGS & CARPETS
I The Belgian were becoming
No We Didn't Forget Congo. who
"People know
convinced the situation was des. The Belgian Idea seemed to buy Bigelow"Sawyers
perate. The International Red be that if paratroop were
Cross found It Impossible todeal dropped Stanleyville\ where Carpet & Tile
with the rebels. The price they the largest' number of white 1949 Davit Blvd.
demanded was a guarantee of were hostage, the rebellion
; no attack on rebel-held/ territoryus. would crumble. ..4 East t Naples MI 2.2583

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have more complaints on the COUEK COUNTY NEWS, N.plx. N.., Sunday Dmmfcw M ,IW4 50;
IRS Wages Campaign Against ultra-conservatives.."
IB most case, the orients
toots are accused.. of pwtttae out small compared to the potential examinations from 1,000 a year i ito
.poUttcel. propaganda Mule rev**** that could cone frees 10000.
weerta* a philanthropic. reU. another contemplated treasury tame groups under Ore from I
Tax-Exempt Conservatives gloss. or educational. lave). move: a revision in the law to 1KB have said that If their tax
Only a tow of these. orgealsa. .restrict the moneymaking operations exemption is .removed than the
Doss have. any Income& which of some foundation. government should tab.. similar
slw WA1HWQTON (AP) The cussing Individual cases also> followers outside their areas could be taxed, but their& specialtax This move would be up to action: against the National
hwMW yiaiF\.4M wxaw r Internal Revenue. Service hM applies to organisation geWhy' the stare Is highly ,rlaecl. A* Congress and Is not related to Council at Churches and all
wAu, new rot, mounted a major drive again.. ever the Identity of a few 01..MM Me. of the emphasis political spectrum on the right\? lone M they are classified as the drive on the political interacted group that ever took! a aUld on
tu. empt. their donor can A .recommendation Issue
politically minted organizations organization under I ln>eOii group any
,SM14i... and most of the firs Is being sour,es done a good: job J of weeding out their personal Income tax. the early months of IMS One of the better known right.
concentrated on outspoken They rang from the tradU (be Icitwmu ..it Kalil loollolib".' an The several million dollar 11lbl campaign against the wing organization the John
Mxa \ right-wing croup tlon.steePf'd' Daughter of the IRS spokesman said "The left. that would be collected In tans use of i tax-exempt nrganlra Birch Society t.1 not an IRS tar-
An MS spokesman said yeater. Amt'II"1I.11? Hev"lull w.awnrr. the agency's rule against dla. org JIl..II"I\, \' "whI', I I'', have few TetlUi i' f for, vests Also, we status would be IRS has stepped up the rate of exempt"" status
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PLAYING THE TOURISTItalian movie star Sophia Loren
pauses to read a sign In the ancient city of Magdala. which
according to the Bible is the birthplace of Mary Magdalene Y
Sophia toured Israel after shooting location scenes for her Will

film.EGLER'S La k

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.e.e..ee.e.i Meet\ the Carl Collniks

Now hnppily residing( ; on Klniffmh Rond, in, Uollnibor.\ | ) .
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BROOKSIDE BOWL ing 167. DJ.. Salmon tossed overlooking ) ) ''< '
games of 203 and 200 and a ,fi beyond\ the orange tieea at the edge, of the |>Utuie. Thin
Moon's Masonry took over nice 590 set, Duane Lyon 207- "' I la one of the WIIII"'I'uIIIIII'IA( tlr life in, Royal! 1181'1101'.t., .\,
first place In the Thursday 559. John Shuff a 231 loner. home la on the water offerIng the full night Twin County League when Gene Mann consistent gimes tropical Florida living and bunting for N >IKOMI! llnibor
they won all four points from of 188, 189 and 181 and a 558, n resident.
the former league leaders Fagers -
Charlie Salmon a 206 loner,
Roof Coating,who are now
Paul Abrahamson 19 -556,
In the third position in the Marvin LeMasters 216-560,

league. Rice's Clippers by Clint Smith 214-577))Rollle Rice:
virtue of a three point win over 216-543 Charlie Rice 211-572.

Brunk-Miller Insurance now Bud Hogue 500, Arvtl Holland t
occupy the second position and 555, Hub Rans 213-502. and
who took all
Blbbees Market
Rae Hendrix 241-537. Rice'sClippers
four from the Rolling Stones
team rolled a 2752 ODAn -
are In the fourth spot. Fred scratch series and 3118 with
Decker after rolling games of handicap to take over the lead
and found his line
177 187. In these categories
and came in with a great big e ,
267 third game, good for the Louise Lockrtdge was pro- r 1
only 600 of the league a 631. bably the happiest bowler of t
for himself the
Fred won cen-
the Thursday night Palmetto
tury award for rolling 100 pins League when she rolled a 168
over average his average be- game the highest of her short

bowling career and reached a
446", also her highest series.
Loretta Easterly felt a bit bet-
Immokalee'sJaycees ter about her bowling too when
she shot a 209 game which Is
the first 200 she has rolled In

two years. Shirley jonnsoti t" Resilience: of ( ul nnd Mrs ( .;" ,'illnfk,
To took honors when she
scoring KltiKfuih( Road ,
rolled nice games of 177,179and
171 for a 627. Marge
Thomas using al83gcmecame
Get Charter in with a 505 series and Lucille

Lord shot a 500. Jo Wlckham
rolled a 183 loner Helen Henson
170. Chris Hatcher 167 Nancy
Bennett 165, Charlene Graham
179, Hazel Abrahamson 1'15.
Nena Ellis 168, Nelline Mann
180 Dale Sills 173 Cheta Salmon
182,and Wanda Jones three
z nice games of 157. 153 and 154.
Brand New (to the Naples Sceneare
Shannon Supply of the Thursday Col and Mr*. Jim Parhain. I'HICI'rh' \tailing chile( workmen t
night Trail Bowlers movedto and construction machinery nn ImilillnK for them one
within one-half game of the of Royal Ilarboi'a loneliest. new lu.nica Seen below i I. i E
league leading Hatcher Construction the building site where the boat slip hat already! been tonitructed. '
when they won two The Paiham'a are plnnniiiK to ,dock their 35 ft
out: of three from the league ThrU Craft right in their back yard and r'nloy Florida living
leaders. Tamlaml Tire took to lu absolute fullest and te, of Koxal Jl rlJflr. w.lconwthem
Furniture Fair for two. Crayton to our family of fine home\ 0111'1'14.
Cove Laundry made It two
over Reahard Service, King Insurance -
won two from Pine
Lanes, and Daley Distributortook
alt three from
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61 COUEft COUNTY NEWS H."... H.? 10M.,. D......., JO 194I M Henry Ford H, chairmanthe
No. I automektag concert I r R. Hodges, 08, Who II teaiga Ink r I James L Vaughn
foresaw 8.7 mIllbnmill ea r Ian. 15.tat .

Auto Sales Reported At truck sales In units.1991 Tbe, gain la car 1 GM Heada, UA of Reel snob Corp.companies, Genen. Wins Promotion

I over this jrear would exceed 'Foods, General Electric an ti
I per cent. American Telephone Tell James L. Vaughn. 28, son of

In: optimism, Ford's projection ;* graph p0*, Praised Connor hlgt. Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Vaughn.J35 ,
All-Time Record High was close to those of Frederic I- q, tad pledged support, Som Fifth Street Naples, waspromoted
0. Donner, General Motor IIoPN were expressed of I I1 to specialist four.
board chairman, and Lynn H. hleb 111 bo'In''CO..rnm.a
t Dee 3, at Fort Hood Tex.,
Townsend, president of Chrys i harmon,.
where he with the
AP Business News Writer Steel production, beaded toward >. I.r. All three companies sail I In Pittsburgh It large stee 1 Is serving
NEW YORK a mark about 10 mill Ian they were letting out a notch 01 i companies, seeking 1st Armored Division.
( ) optlmli. r
tic words and unprecedented .tons beyond the already exceeded ambitious capital expaol tea> Its, and the united Beef Work pro Specialist Vaugta, a heavy
1958 record of 117 mill for next truck driver In Company E
deeds In the auto industry ion programs year ers Union, bidding for a d. v
.P rtod the natloo'i mss, pushed past the 120 mill Meantime, dealer sales talc 4 rstanUal wage Increase suprt of the divltlon"I8d1lngtneer
this week. economy j eluded la the early part of Det .. down to thresh out eonHlctlni{ Battalion enu, .red the Army in
Top officers of the big three Ranking spokesmen for steel t cember. Statistics for the firpail d t aims October 1963 and received basic
:and I half doom other 10 days showed deliveries olI r The USW
automaklng companies predict i demands, said till training at Fort Jackson
ed brighter 1965 even u facto. 1 Industries appearing on a I UA built new cars soared U> npanies., would divert ai
In I Chicago echoed the view ol r 239.185, nearly 40.000 from 'uifair
rue throbbed at a near record up i I share" of the proc meals S.C.Vaughn from
production clip Show I auto executives forecasting ro.>, the comparaow span in IMS. of the business to employee and was graduated
room I boat business next Naples High School In 1959 and
sales were year, espe.slally The llckety split Chrysler sell unduly restrict
reported at .
....--... ............ aa ill.Favorsble ,: in the first halL- log pace ran S3 per cent ahead I I.Prerogatives. was employed by Tropics Inc.
development from Austin T. CuahDWIchairman of a year ago. GM dally dell r. fipeJung fur the of Florida before entering the
other quarter buoyed the out. of Gears Roebuck and Co., fore.law vies were 10 per cent higher. iiW.vJ' McDonald Army. His wife Constance,
look. gains of 4 to 8 per cellt Ford slipped 10 per cent, In. companies abused sta., lives in Kllleen, Tex.
Pre-Chrlstmas retail buying .spring sales by fluenced by the strike in No. tlstics to reach unwarrantet

hit a fast pace, up I per cent mistio expressions also came vember that slowed productionto conclusions.
from beads of large oil, farm a creeD for several .
from a year ago. The threat of. do.'ey to finance a question arow
dock strike at East Coast and machinery, construction any More than XOO.OOO units were whether' civil rights strife in tlM ChildrenDie
appliance firms and from Six
Gulf ports dissolved. The stock scheduled la assembly plants South was having an adverM t "
market C. Murphy, president of the for a third week running. To effect
shook off a sinking on the marketing of mIL alp,
spell, at least temporarily. Burlington Railroad.On meet quotas, Saturday work nlcipal bond u ues from Dixie, 4 In Fire In
the darker .
Government figures put! In. side, apprehen.Ions was planned in 31 of the auto A Mississippi. kiunlclpallty
dustrlal production at an hlstor.le a possible steel Industry's 47 assembly plants. the Pearl River Valley Water r
peak In November, and I strike mite. next spring quickened a The business world responded Supply District, failed to get aa 1 afl Detroit Home
showed nonfarm employment at postponed again, with a rare outburst of applause acceptable bid on a.Y14. 5 m .
I the
an all-time high threat of a railroad strike when President Johnson ap. lion issue of bonds. DETROIT (AP)) A raging

Nonfarm Jobs climbed to 69,. I starts,I after Jan. 1 remained. Housing pointed John Connor, 50, preen I. HoWlYlr, the next day $8,'JT5,. house fire broke out In the
349,000for eofl9B,000rom slumped, extending a dent of Merck A Co., New Je t. 000 of Mississippi school bonds HOWARD JOHNSON'S, world's northeast Detroit suburb of
',trend of relative largest restaurant .hain: celebrates
weakness. firm Warren early Saturda/, dlllng six
October. icy drug as successor to were successfully marketed 50 years of service. A banquet
was held December 15 at Smitty Beef
although at ciioiiM .i..<,t. tl Room in Fort children and critically burning
Interest rates despite- Myers to honor employers from Naples mid Fort Myers their mother. Three other children .
civil right organltations for a restaurants. Shown above receiving her Service Award from Mr R V. escaped.
The Club boycott by Investment banker Bonfoey Training Director from Miami is Margie Bryan of Naples. The dead were the sons and
Moorings Country
Here and there around the _daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
business and finance Elbert Turner Cox Martha
Consolidated Edison Ann, 10; Mary Jo, 8) Charles,
i directors proposed a S for 1 Soviet Rejects Compromise For |Italians| Fail| 11; Diane, 9; John, 14, and
Jimmy 3.
stock split. American Telephone | ,
and Telegraph Co. elected H. L To Elect On Their mother, Mrs. Marie
Izod shirts Romnes president effective Cox, 3S, was listed In serious
r Jan. 1, to succeed Eugene J. Me. Settling UN Financial I Crisis condition at Holy Cross Hospl.

Neely, who will retire about a Fifth Ballot tal. The three surviving Cox
Touring Pro sweaters
youngsters all boys taken
year ahead of the usual date UNITED were
Y Frederick R. Kappel, chairman, (AP) The Soviet Union N,Y settlement of the financial ROME (AP) Italy's pan ilea l to the hospital for observation.
Haymaker complete line remains AT&T chief executive. portedly has rejected n i." squabble. merit deadlocked today for i L Cox, 40, a worker at the pent.eleot .
11 ladies Radio Corp. of America and mlse proposal by General a compro Assembly .state Quaison-Sackey's plan would sixth time In Its attempt to t by Jones & Laughlln steel plant,
wear Siemens 4 Halske of West Ger. President Alex only vaguely that money a new president. was returning home from a
Qualsoo paid Into the voluntary fund Before the Part- lm. Job as a cab driver
many Joined hands in the com. Sackey of Ghana vote was com. as
,. ;t Ben Hogan shoes puter business with a lO.year U.N. financial crls...settling th e t would be spent the for general U.N.ptIJ'pOI's plated it was apparent no candi., the blaze broke out

V0L 3Y/I
agreement. Friday night, on tai closer
I to
eve of another saying the money The official Christian Demo,, cause of the fire, which gutted
Z hat- 1te CAVE CITY,(,) -j Mr.. the subject between round UA of talks Secre.01.i deficit would go resulting to wipe from out the U.N. crat candidate, former premier the interior of a two-story ceo
refusal of Giovanni Leone, again led the merit block and frame home.
W. Scott leaky of State Dean
Ray hen
Jack Winter slacks & some special and I the Soviet Union and others to balloting but Firemen
u.l problems In her dining room. Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei I 1, Pay their in perhaps I the quoted one of the
IQtIn 94 u shorts Among them are dampness, A. Gromyko. meats assess. most significant development surviving youngsters as saying
crickets, bite and a constant They scheduled a working The Russians had of this sixth attempt be dropped he had stayed awake to watch
Indicated a 16 votes. a lunar eclipse when be beard
34-dearee temperature, at Rusk's New York
complete line clubs willingness to contribute to a Former ''a big boom"
MU ttHte.. bags, She operates the Snowball hotel suite.The voluntary fund provided premier Amlritore saw flames
was Fanfanl, another Christian engulf the lower story of the
Dining( Room in United States
Mammoth "could not
balls Caw Identified
gloves, caps & hats 267/feet below the earth's aurI- I swallow" Qualson-Sackey's pro. keeping with the peace Democrat whose candidacy has house, trapping a number of
costs. Their objection to been backed by party file el. the children upstairs
I posal, the diplomats said, but Qualaon-Sackey's
Gift Certificates available plan was not dents, gained seven votes
r I the
"National park rule don'tallow Soviets were against It. detailed by the dtolomats.
ua to harm the crickets I Some African Asian and South Communist Sen Umber'
Gt1 f Looking forward to your bits," she explained. "Once or 'American delegates also op. The UA has Insisted that the Terraclnl ran second on the Current

a they migrate in, they like It *o I posed the proposal, they added Soviets and any other members sixth ballot, with Foreign Minis
Visit. well they stay They all seem to a called for setting up a vol.intary delinquent two years or more in ter Giuseppe Saragat, a Social Best Sellers
know it." fund to overcome tbUN. e paying their dues be stripped oftheir Democrat, third, Just ahead of ComplUd by Publiahor' Wkly)

Bill McD vitt, Host Professional Mrs, Scott cm keep only two 1 Involvency caused by the General Assembly vote FanfanlSaragat.
f days I Soviet Union's unless they pay tip The Soviet also lost seven voteson FICTION
*\" -' supply of food In her underground refusal to pay Us
l kitchen.Telephone I hare of peacekeeping opera. Union Is more than $52 million the rtxtbDelld.
cilia from guides 1 ions: In the Congo and the Mid. in arrears. Sixth ballot totals were: HERZOG, Bllo
bringing parties into the caw lie East. Rusk, who attended a party at Leone 278, Terraclnl 249, Sara. THE MAN, Wallet
help alert the staff in preparing A libation Aslan.African the Soviet U.N. mission last rat 183, Fanfanl 129 RECTOR OF! JUSTIN,

the meals. The dining room has c tommlttee: representing the 59. night, had three earlier meet Leone, Fanfanl and Saragat Avchlncloii
served more than 1,400 in a I latlon Afro.Aslaa group has logs wttlr Gromyko. They are considered the only serious THIS ROUGH MAGIC,
single day. b wen promoting its own plan for touched on disarmament and contenders, with Terraclnl not Stewort
South Viet Nam as well as U.N. I given a chance. CANDY, Southern end
finances. HoH.nb.rg
At the end of six
U.S. balloting,
sources said Rank told
Gromyko then that negotiations none was close to the number NONFICTION!
on UA-Sortet needed to succeed ChristianDemocrat .
trade and other REMINISCENCES, MaeArthur
economic questions would have Antonio Begin, who
to wait until the resigned u president Dec, 6
U.N. financial MARKINGS Hamntonklold,
t 1 question is settled. The Rus. 1 because of poor health MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY,

y n LOOK WHAT'SUNDER slans have shown Interek tn The required majority is 4S2, Chaplin

Increasing- trade with the U? i ind with Communists control THE ITALIANS, Ion In''
I and in setting up a New York. 1 ling a bloc of 253 votes, their THE KENNEDY WIT,Adler
Moscow commercial air link. i lupport could be decisive
: THE TREE A UA spokesman said Rusk

,. probably will return to Wash.
ington tonight Gromyko is ex.

peeled today to go back to Moscow CHRISTMAS

The Security Council by a
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Introducing By TEE ASSOCIATED PWC86 tier H. Hodges, neart* "Tc-COLLEK COUNTY NEWS Neelet.. PI.*.. Sunday Dmmkw 20, .194 78
At lest. He. CJvlI Rights Act of Week's News Briefs signed as secretary of com.the
1M4, .parsed. by ConcrM in con.troverey mere and In his phase BAKE TREE PULL PRYING -AN I
named Me T. -
sad heat, reached tile aUlaitt .feM saver bees M safe Illation.I Meantime, the Vatl President, 50. president of Merck ..IICKSONVII.LP1"la.. AP) homemade plug 'fashioned out of
Bejnate u\\ .hiihfrmcn that
tour occasionallya druoaR
] firm. i v a spoon with a tail of
Deputies CeeJwttcee I estimated that MO Co. a New Jersey drag
Tk* .. had before or so proapel'Ola missionary' Unwell h... will atnke at just about metal foil 11 1 hll tnJU tree icicles
them a ky section tile hart Secretary: of Defense Robert I Catholic and Protestant were Connor, who describe .
Is nvthws But the bas near here Oldtimem *aiJ they'd never seen I
the minis i till in rebel as "a liberal kualaNssuai"
McNamara hands.
of HM leg lMkIB ooUawtngsat'si" rave Hopes o( seem to have gone beyond the anything like it for slaying the
tore MI awesome plctvr 011 i iAeMrtcan saving them were wry thin," a Democrat and on* of the
**"" MId ral of *rv. limn. They hit viciously at a b....
'laid I the Independent
Vatican Nattos*
of the
lot ta keteU, motels rest**. atomic might dee- radio. founders
retie. ......... stetless aM aid to tilt defense of Mft With professlmnal calm and Committee for Jthftson-
plao** of MMSsinent. Nuclear weapon in Germany i.klll. Ur. Michael DBake\ re. Humphrey. :4'l<< << ltT.a-iK.e<< << -.t<<
Bs nOsaft tile provision IseonststutloMl. alone h* Mid, had 5,000>> lakes I novetl about four Inches of the After due aasUfttoft, Jus. :l : :.e = : <<:J1.!
tile vote ..0. tile power of the Hiroshima I>atlel\l'<> main abdonunil .irt.r tic. Henry day Oriiatert Civil rtftat leaders halted tilt bomb. "At the service oil' >', I uil-owl It with ixn ron New York Mate apr.e.* Court NOs''
V ..rdkIt. saying tt vindicated the NATO he said, were more I tubing: ml iiimpleted the oIwr- ruled that tile move "John f. X FROktHNA
effort of thousands of Negroes than 800 intercontinental boats sad wholes who supported tileptiblie Uc missiles, more than MO Po- not unusual; the |p.lIenl was an affront to Notre Dame I / ti
accommodations struggle lane missiles and hundred- of'.as the Duke of WIhiM'"n, <,1 University as the university *
.. tarougkout the South. bombers with nuclear c.....,. I IB King Kilwanl vni nl Britain, had charged He forbade release NTEN
to Atlanta Moreton RollestonJr. wu disclosed that atomic low 70 and suffering from an of the $4 million movie & NAVIDAD
., one of three men who start. charge had ben plaited arterial blister the at 74'O f t and enjoined further sates of the FELIZ
.4 the Heart of Atlanta Motel, acmes Western Europe to .... small ('diiteliMuw. The scene novel on which It was based.
} said ..t...* is a sad day for the trot roads, bridge and motet was Methodist Hospital In Huus. Twentieth Century-Fox, readyto NATAIEBUGH0
cause of Individual freedom." tabs 11&I.... tat, Tex. and the day was open the merle MttonaUy lahundreds
The motel and Ollie's Barbecue, There also was tallMsUJkll i Wednesday By Friday the duke of theaters, announced
a ontary cafe in a Negro area at the United Nation. Debat* 'talked from his bed tn ,i chair. an Immediate appeal What had
of Birmingham were the principals droned on all week about th* I A!* asked fur a In the cases on which the Congo rescue of hundred .f MS refused. At his side was the scene showing Its famous foot
Supreme Court ruled. Ollie Me. whites from rebel tribe****, Duchess. of Windsor for love of ball teem bemused by haremaris
k + lIA I II Clung the barbecue owner said Some African leaders rated Yhoro he had abdl<'at"d thekrone and drunk on the eve of a
i he would comply with the law. against the West and again in 1939. game. | MERRY CHRISTMAS |
In an accompanying decision MoUe Tshombe president of the True to his promise, ben. Kd. Quotes of the( weed
i i"yJtr the court ruled 5 to 4 that the Congo who had approved the 'nard M. Kennedy walked out ofNsw "Yes, our souls have been
:(plr act had wiped out pending state rescue mission. The Russians England Baptist Hospital tried In the cold and bitter Val.
prosecutions against those who Joined the verbal attack before Christmas On Wednes. lay Forges of the Deep South And That's What
had tried peacefully to Integral against the United Metes A lay a* boarded a plane and flewo and, black and while together,
ro .establishments covered by few African countries supported t Palm Beach to spend the we have met the lest." _
the law. This was Interpreted to the rescue effort. KJlldays with his family. Kenite. Martin Luther King. rid 1I; tteAJl444date4
mean that nearly allot the United Mates Ambassador sly 1 youngest son of the famous "Peace Is indivisible, and nu.
some 3,000 persons so charged Adlal E. Stevensoo declared f amity suffered back Injures clear war Is even still more so."
w U now go free "We have no apologies to make 'une L it in a plane creed In Prime Minister Harold Wib"There
In Paris, the NATO ministers we ire proud of our part In 'htea' one of his aides and the ""-. 'ieeaU
talked all week of bombs and saving human lives Imperiled P Out were killed. Until recently wines rebellion and
peace, Little decision was apparent by the rlvU war in the Congo." *Kennedy had been trussed in a afterward new Cuba will .
EDWARD F, HUNTER but on his return to The debate seemed likely to peelal frame bed while a badly emerge." Ernesto (Che) Cue. Wishes You And Yours
Washington Secretary of Stat continue into next week, probt. ruhed vertebra mended. fI'" ti
Deputy Edward Hunter a one year man on the staff Dean Rusk reported that "there bly to end In a mild resolution President Johnson made his .
of Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry brings with him four years was a general feeling that the calling for an on.the.apot I.", .. t!set cabinet apoointment. Luc It rays To AtUertU* '
experience as a merchant police In Fort Myers and Irnmo- t.\r.. ?= .tr. = : .tr.. .
.. ..
kalee. --
He Is assigned routine patrol duty checking business
firms and enforcing laws pertaining to motor vehicles and
pedestrians. He also assists stranded motorists and
assists In directing strangers in the area. -- --, --
Deputy Hunter has taken special training In the Florida .
Law Enforcement Academy and the Florida Police Officer ; "
Training School the latter In both 1963 and 1964. He attended -
high school tn Immokalee ,
He lives with wife Joy Jenett and daughter Synthla
Diane age three In East Naples.

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1-- On Flotilla Naples, I w

( USCGAA t tumt'Icwwv..eew

portion of Rules of the Road I TAIONQ on his left (port) side,
(Pilot Rules) concerns the sub.. your signal should be TWO blasts M
]ect of widely abused whistle slgnala <. for YOUR boat's STARBOARD
Remembering that the:i side is to overtake and pass.
proper speed of a motor boatshould ): Conversely, ONE blast from
always be reasonable i YOUR boat will Indicate that
speed with reference to place i you wish to overtake and pass
and time the us* of whistle i to the right of the boat ahead
signals should be ONLY when i for It Is YOUR PORT side which
there Is Imminent danger of col.. Is to pass to the right
Uslon. When approaching another '
Whistle signals should never, boat, or boats, and uncertainty I
be given to a sailing vessel. exists as to procedure slowdown :
and they should not be given i and swing the bow of your I
when there Is NO danger olcollision. vessel to port or starboard, as
Whistle signals mustbe the case may be, to Indicate
answered for there Is createca : I your course. In nearly every
situation of doubt when they' Instance this maneuver on the
are not answered part of all alert boatmen dispenses .
A very simple rule shouldhelp with the need tor whls.
every skipper to remember .> tie signals, and the chances are
whether he Is to pass to i that this action will be readily
port or to starboard. KeepIn i understood and recognized
mind the two sides of YOUR In close quarters the smaller
boat-port and starboardthe vessel should keep clear of
word "port" with one syllabi, larger ones for the maneuver.
and the word "starboard" with ability of the small boat renders
two syllables The one-syllabi It more capable of avoiding an
"port" is always assoclatedwlth accident: when properly handled.
ONE blast of the whistle, and Always remember that whistle I
the word of two syllables, "star signals in Inland waterways
board with TWO blasts; ther. should be given only when there
tore an oncoming boat giving Is danger of collision
one blast requires an answerof
one blast provided all Is well.If I
two whistles are given and
I answerext-two syUables-th
boats will pass starboard star

board. ,

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preorrspattoe with dences. This long and successful history of the finest.
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takea wily .t,..,* rente

4... Ikreugh the eateries. .
$33,500 to $82,500
I. aarleal Babyhm, far e.- -.,:
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t. eihiktt sick prop). I I. the SAGE AGE-There U a reason ,
Shir sly Miulimov 1s t
street I I. the ..*. that rated a national hero of th* t,
MMra-ky might recegais Soviet Union. He ls reputedto .'

.. IIIBM and thea effer be 159 years old and still
active. In this photo from a
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Soviet source h* U shown in

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tuiity reel estate sales values $13,800i 0.0. U IMS.. to Mar lots Off Smaller Sales Mica., parcel in Sec 23, Twp Bt, Rfs 34, $*,000 Emma Brae.mente .
U, SS Troelcace Carl sad
reached $397,636 durtngthethlrd garet W Chase, WaaMneMf), 1* Rge $18,000; HL MeffreteRei
December processing period,re.presenting C., parcel In Lot U. Out B, Betates, toe to Yvonne lh'oWIIud BsMMfWt Bodtord HMCBW*
DarreU Elmwood Ohio, parcel tn lee $1 Twp
Notra ,
a steep drop from the oyster Bay $1S,800 Chief Pontiac
$1 010,088 reported the last pro. Motor toe., to Luther C. Park, Bl., parcel See M.. Twp 82, Rge 34, $.,.. .... Brae.
reusing period The total for Smith, Bt Pad, fed. Lot 24, Mild Week In County Realty M, Rge $t. $1. *> men to leas Oolberg, Miami,
December thus far Is $1,796,262, Bik 10, Unit I, Royal Barber, Tropic Sun Mete*, tee., to parcel in Sec I*, Twp W, .
a slight Increase over the$1,749,. $7,400 Richard Duraote Chicago,parcel' 34, $1,200.Fla. .
000 reported at mid.Derember First rts Real Estate Mart in See 38, Twp 88, Rge 3t, Sun Acres toe. to Van
last year. Inc, to Richard W. and Anna 48, R|* 26, $I.,000; Samco Hold. The Miles Collier Trusts to 'Twp 50, Rge 33,$1,60q Fla.Land Fla tMMhlne Acreage Inc, $1,000) Tropic Sun Estate, Inc., B. Metcalf PetereiurgVa.per.cal .
Sixty-rive sales were reportedIn A. Kaverman, Naples, Lot 9, leg Corp,, to Richard A. Puya John R. Wood, Tr., Naples, par. .at Sun Inc, to Albert E. and to Clifford CrabtreeMacon. Ga., to John Durante.Chlcaffo. parcel In See 6, Twp S3, lie 34,
the current processing period BUt O, Unit3Brookstde$16,30f Monroe N. Y., parcels In Sec eel In See 17, Twp 80, Rge 26, I Margaret VavrakHobartInd... parcel in Sec 20, Twp SI, Rge in Sec SS, Twp 8C, Rg 3*, $1,300) Esther H. Meets to
with values of less than 11,000. Richard H. Miller to Norman and 28, Twp 48, nee 26, $8,000; $84,000 William H. Mackey, It I parcel In See 34, Twp Acreage 33, $2,600 The Webb Properties, $1.000 Arlsona.na. Land and Thome E. and Gertrude L. Cas.
Sales of tl,000 or over with Margaret M Reichenberg, Ml. Banco Holding Corp, to Philip si, to Mildred M. Grtffltt, et :S3, $1,300;; Calve Inc, to George E:. Vernon Title Co., to John E. and Eileen ..U. Merritt bland, Ha., parcelin
values taken from tax stamps on ami, Lot 41, Blk B, Unit I, Con. Cuomo, Monroe, N. Y., parcelIn .1, Ft. Lauderdale, parcel In Sec. Ia i Corp, to Emil P, Shostak, et al, Miami, parcel In Sec 7, Twp 51, M. Stelnhelpsr Pontiac, Mich., Sec 8, Twp 83, Rge 38,
recorded deeds Included the fol ners Vanderbilt Beach Est: Sec 28, Twp 48, Rge 26, Twp 80, Rge 31, $1,800%; Howard Uncolnwood. Ill, parcel in Sec Rge 34, $1,100;; The Webb Pro. parcel In Sec 21, Twp 52, Rae $1,200)) Sidney Hodor, et al, to
lowing $6,500;; Mary M. Moore to Ho. $2,500 Elvin Townsend to Paul Shields to Charles Gaspard, :30, Twp SO, Roe 34, $1.300. peruse Inc., to M.L. Hawken, S3, $1,3UO Bernard Klassen Esther H, Keels, Los Angeles,
The Naples Co., Inc, to Wll. well H. Jordan Cocoa Beach E. and CarolTaylorNaplespar. Ft. Lauderdale, parcel In Sec Melaleuca Corp., to John R. N. Seattle, Wash, parcel In Sec to John V. and Elva L. Corslglla Calif., parcel in Sac 20, Twp
bur J. and Katie M. Woodlll, Lot 2, Blk 19, Evergiades$13. eel In Sec 12, Twp SO, Rge 25, M, Twp 80, Rae 31, $1,900 Iris.Investment J,Wood, Tr., Naples, parcel in 18, Twp 81, Rge 34, $2,400)) Evan Detroit Mich., parcel In 53, Rge 33, $1,000;; Miami Gull
Naples, Lots 17 to 26, Blk SO, 000; Fish and Game Imp Corp., $9,600: Gabriel H. Luff to JamesD. ; I See 6, Twp 81, Roe 26, $12,000;; Olster, et al, to Mary Ann Scott, Sec 31, Twp 52, Fee 33, $1,400 Land Investors, inc., to Oliver
Tier 8, Seaboard Replat,$20,000 i el al, to Deep County Dev.Corp., and Genevieve M. Spots, Naples Futures Co., to Rex I Ralph N. Wlltsl to Ralph and Buffalo, N.Y., parcel In Sec 25, Golden Age Investment Co., to and Barbara Sokolowskl Opa
Povla-Ballaiitine Corp., to Ho ;Everglades, all Pleasure Island parcel In Sec 1,Twp 50 Rge W. and Virginia. Rodgers, Ra. 1 Mae Murphey, Lake City parcel Twp 51, Rge 34.$1,300;W.K.F.T. Ernest B. and Gladys L Jones, Locka, parcel In See 35, Twp
bert L and Menus starter, $16,000! ; D, Richard Birnhart to 28, $1,237 Leigh, N.C., parcel In Sec 27,1 i la Sec 17, Twp 51,Rge 32$2,000; Corp to Sam Sabat, Detroit, Tampa, parcel_ In Sec 17, Twp 53, Rge 33, $1,200._

Naples, Lot 3, Bit 0, Lake Park James T. and Isabel L. Buck, __ .. -- -

Port$3100Starling Lantern Royal; Lake, Inc.Sec, Naples H., Port Waters, Lot Royal 44,1 tot(1 S,900,(Unit;no address 1,. Golden shown Gate) Tract Estates 107,1, I! 8)) ,: : I'tJ' ; ,''') ;,''.E ; :NJGFJT: ''':TI.Il.:. : I, ,J\:\ \ $::(t -ctP; '$ N ir I

$6,000-; Moorings Dev. Co., to Chester Reiber to Llllle Belle
Michigan Const Co., Inc., Na.(Simmons, Charloltesvllle, Va.,
pies, Lot 99, BIb J, Unit 2, Lots 81 and 32, Blk 47, Unit
The Moortngs,$U.OOO; Moorings 4 I I, Naples Park $1,200; W. Her. 769 5th Ave. So. ph. MI 2-5IM BIG [ Naples' Shopping Center MI 24523jpw :
Dev. Co., to Michigan Const.Co.r Spooner to Thomas J. and LEY'S
!pc., Naples, Lot 40; Blk J,ella Hawkins, Brandon Lots land
Unit 2, The Moorings, $12,000. 2, Blk 6, Newmarket Sub'd.,
19,2005: Terese L. Pope to John
THE MOOWNGS '*. and Cortne B. Rimes,Savan. ( t. h .' 'L 'k
Moorings Dev Co., to Mlchl. lab, Ga., Lot 18, Bik H, PineRidge / &!r. gas Const Co., Inc., Naples, ; Extension $12,000; Dom DtMiV : :
Lot 41, Blk J, Unit 2, The Moor. let Devlto, et al., to Jerry and
togs, $12,000;; The Brent Corp., Brands A. Vlnclguerra Naples, \
to t Jane E. Grunwell Naples, Lots IS and 18, Blk C, Trail
parcel In Lots 5 and 6, Bik g, Terrace' $4,500.
Unit 2, The Moorings, $36BOq; COUNTY Rct\MQQt!: televisioai for a Christmas to
The Brent Corp, to Helen R.I Collier Dev Corp., to T. H. reinsmiserI
Grunwell, parcel In Lots 5 tnd 6 md Ruby E, Rivers and Esther
Bik S, Unit 2, The Moorings, Locke, Immokalee parcel In Sec I
$34,900; Moorings Der Co., to 1:I I. Twp 47, Rge 29, $3,800; In.
Frederic H, and Sybil S. White, l;and Naples Corp., to James L.
Jr Grosse Point Mich., Lot 18, and Katharine R. Thomas Jack. ,
Bin 14. Unit 8, The Moorings, lomrllle, parcel In See 28, Twp ,c.

Nasser j 1963 all channel j

Leans NearerTo .

I color television I 0 .1

Moscow Every Day

CAIRO (AP) President I,colonized ward of the United j with I VIIF-UIIF tuning OC "

Carnal Abdel Nasser once had ,i States Although Nasser U prl. :
almost 1,000 Communists In Jail .,vately disillusioned with Cuban
and frequently told Western dip.lomate ;Prime Minister Fidel Castro, f
this was proof his left. ,you would never find that out
leaning regime was no Moscow ]reading a Cairo newspaper
satellite. ;Puerto Rico U considered an 0 :
The Communists are how';,oppressed colony. 399
free. Many have been given re Nasser displays neutrality on.
sponslble Jobs, particularly In |Issues Involving Peking and
press, radio and television. Oth. ;Moscow but seems privately to
ers are being welcomed at least .|lean toward Moscow In most of
outwardly, Into the Arab Social. ,(these c..... I
lit Union the political arm of In domestic politics, Nasser II
Nasser's ooe-party state. always has emphasized his

criticize The controlled Moscow,press but It does accuses not Moscow Ideological Marxism differences He has with kept kl| 31.Inch reran, 24$.iquaro.Inch ctlr picture ,

the United States of black politl. ,land ownership In private bands Improved Now Vlitt II,000.veil theitli, with tower trenifermtrmh ,
crimes: and expressed the belief some
Calc: I C .. .kuMoii circuit' I, hen volume controlfullrouge
such questions as the Con. small business and light Industry itoy itt
go, .Laos, Cambodia and VietNam should be private e control control without Fktw.lid.rtl.n,
Nasser's position 1s about Such differences might be by. for deyllglit! ,,1.wl"'IIIht.1I) tuning,' ,Indleeterioouolly
the same as Moscow's. His ei. passed however, In any turn tc I
pressed views on Latin America the left brought on by rpres.nt onoyoklo| for viewing' Moci/whito toleeeire
are within the Moscow pattern' economic difficulties.His .
treating the whole area as a I hastily socialized regime H e 'Intlad.t.hvery, I I'YII, picture hike one* perti werronty. FFII7

'In' financial troubles, and Has.sir I
may tee the need for Com.
munlet4ype domestic discipline
to keep his restive 28 million I
people In line.
One bit of evidence along this
line is Khaled Moheylddlne. an RCA CTOR
early Nasser lieutenant long i
placed on the shelf because of ij
his Red views. Now he has
made the newspaper Akhbar j
Into a Moscow mouthpiece as -fl-

much as Nasser will let him i :I "-.V. ALL CIIAXSELPORTABLE j
and dally propagandizes thatEgypt .r
must be more Socialist: I
piled with model.the Soviet Union the 1m. /r'I


Scranton Wages
4 fr '"

'\ \tj Battle On Tax .K ,

i. Claim WASHINGTON In Estate(AP) Oov r w 1 e hd..t priced gxt.Iwl. with J

t William W, Scranton of Tenn. 'diuppeerlfig" corrylnf kondleo
; sylvanla Is battling a govern } i
ment claim of more than $600. klg ..".. footvroi, 17114)). ;( I
000 against his mother's estate. Inch picture, VHF and UHF u
Scranton contends the govern r
mint owes the estate more than e IIOOO.eltckoti.i.iliickhigh =
I ;, .(. .''". a quarter of a million dollars efficiency ipoolior
f -
!\ / Scranton along with the price incluo'oi Joltoory tOe'yI ;

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tlonal Bank 4 Trust of Scranton, I
'" .J'a l.4 |I.,..f plcturo, tuke
-- Is a coxecutor of Ms mother'sestate.
r ''t' She died June 23, U80,at w..ty. *AFOII

JUNGLE PALS-Actrew: Vir the age of 78.
ginla McKenna and Elsa. The IRS Informed Scranton In
three.monthi-old lion cub, became close friends soon paid In federal estate taxes In more powerful color theater21in.
after they met. They are fellow members of the cast of I and that he still owed $663,191. 19-Inch tv .
'Born Free," new film being 'TwasR tv', stereo, jmfam radio
made on location In Kenya. Everyone Reads The NEWS
with ro11 about stand
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To Salvage All Holds Annual

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Spanish Wrecks The eO-voice chorus of Naples Senior High School presented Mrs. Mamie D. Tool bad

i JJALtAHASSEE (AP) If its annual l Christmas concert "Christmas In Song," be II as her guests office, directors -
Florida bad taken the advice of fore a jam-packed audience Thursday evening in the and employe of the Bank
Us sslvsge advisory commlttM, school auditorium. of Naples arid their husbands
It could have found and the
the valuable y wives at Naples Yacht
Under the direction of Miss Polly Jenkins school music
' remains of a Spanish treasure Club tor their annualChrtstmss
I ship that sank on Fort Pierce instructor, the youthful choral group sang lolly Yuletide pam Saturday night.A .
I In a 1715 hurricane. carols well Christmas
r8y as as contemporary songs
buffet dinner was
As tt happened a private saL styie
yap company located: the ship served Music was furnished
MISS shown the
top singers in
and brought up enough Spanish during the dinner hour and later
treasure to make It rich. one of the musical numbers. Girls wore semi.formal for dancing by the .Jesters.
Under law, the state received ,(I ;J gowns and male students were attired in whit. dinner Several of the employees
25 per cent of the find.
, Dr. Charles Fairbanks of the jackets presented comedy Christmasskit
University of Florida which was enjoyed by all.
, merit of Anthropology bemoaned Depart. A GENERAL VIEW top right, of the audience. Both young
| the tact that much of the art!. and adult were out In full force for the event including
facts were being removed from a babe-in-arms seen center foreground. ReaGolden
i the state and sold. Losing them

I to research. TWO STUDENTS left chosen to sing in the All-State Gate
As a result, he said, the ad. > ";' ii
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\1 'rtsory committee began urlng : : Chorus in Jacksonville on January 10 are all smiles lust
Ii" the state to take over the job of prior to the concert. They art Susan Ballard left and Guest
salvaging such Spanish wrecks ? '
It and other treasure trove. "' .. :T;

'would Asked recommend whether the the committee sale of ,.. ......... right, are Vicki Duncklee and "Rusty tlfer. i

treasure to help pay for salvage dink.
operations the committee mem. FREEGAS
4 I Mrs objected unanimously.They LOOKING VERY GLAMOROUS In .a pink evening gown
did not comment when lower left is Glinda Ludlow, one of the two accompanists
It was pointed out that they
were losing 75 per cent now,the LOWER RIGHT The cameraman caught Miss Jenkins,
hare of the salvors.
Among the committee's rec. standing, and Esther Truitt at the piano shortly before the
ommendatlons was one asking opening number
that qualified experts sit In on
the 15.25 division of the salvage .
to ensure that the state gets Us .
fair share. Unknown Origin -
Others already made Included. Origination of the term I __
Tighter security: around Indian summer Is unknown. ,
wreckage 'There li a story that Indians ri
-More state salvage officers. I told first settlers to expect wd I_ _
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Assistance from the High i such a season and gave res i
way Patrol and Board of Con. i ions for It, but this probably j I
servatlon. j II Is a legend since the term I
I -A severe threat of cancelling leases of unscrupulous salvors. 1794. .oIC.Ioft iltiwri
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COUH COUNTY NEWS, N.pUi, Hi.,. Sunday. D.e.mb 20, ,IH4. beet. Time is growing. short It Birth Of Christ
you have paper losses on stocks
or other Investments, you i ran
.take the loss and use It to offset Film Planned
any capital gains up to 1000. As
This Is Time Of Year And under the new law, losses
above $1,000, taken now (ran be t Seen By JosephHOLLYWOOD
I carried forward to future years.
'You may want to take profits 1 AP>
( ) The,
One Saves SpendingBy now If you're among the really birth of Christ as seen through
lucky ones sure of much higher the eyes of St. Joseph?
Income /next year roar will be "It's a story' that has never
pushing\ you Into a higher brack. been told before "
hAM DAWSONAP and taking your loss now, not says Danny
sometime next year. et than you're In now. Thomas, the comedlaiuycoon
Buslnes* News Analyst
Pay all the bills now that are
Thomas and
arise' be.
These possibilities Oscar.wlnmne
NEW YORK (AP) A lot of deductible doctors and den.
the federal Income tax director Frank Capra
cause are busily
people! can MM money by
fists taxes and Interest due this
at work on the
The rates, which were cut on 1664 project. They
pending more right now.
It off till
year. Don't put next had hoped to have it
money will be saved In taxes. Incomes, go down another notch as Danny's
because creditorIs
In 1963 the tax brackets year just your television special for
The money spent must be for In 1965. lenient. t Christmas,
the right things, in the right ran from 80 per cent to 91 per >r 1 but now it will come up fur
Remember under the
wayi: charitable contributions, cent. This year you pay from 18 new C ..II Dix Easter.
law contributions to all
doctor bills, Interest due, state to 77 per cent depending on how. public ... ... "Frank wants me to play St.
charities allowed
and local tax bills due. much Income Is subject to tax. are now as ,. ... Joseph," says Danny. "I don't
deductible to 30 cent.
The drop next year Isn't that up per know. But what a fascinating
If you're In love, you couldave This actually cuts the cost to the J .- dramal)
but It's still to
tax steep, something "
money by getting mar. giver the amount of tax
consider. The 1965 rates will "Can you imagine how this
rled before New Year's Day, Ifyou'r. --
saved and the be
moving to a new Job in range from 14 to 70 per cent saving man must have felt when his
more under this year's tax rate
another town and the costs are and Congress could always get than next. DINNER AT the Beach young\ wife told him she was to
up to you, you might save by still more generous. become the mother of the babe
Some people may be working Club. Ina spirit of congenial -
transferring now rather than So you'll pay less on the same who was to become the Savior?
at just now. coworkers -
cross purposes infoimalitjt
amount of Income next year. "We've checked and checkedand
waiting to celebrate the New
Some will be anxious to
pay National
Year with Therefore, any deduction this ) of the First can find that no dramatistever
your present neigh
bills 31 while others
by Dec. ,
bors. year will mean more money leftover Bank of Naples before told the story of the
Or you might save In the long\ after taxes. And any In. may want to delay sending such celebrated the holiday Nativity through the eyes of St.
bills till so receipts
run by the money you don't take come that can legally be put will be subject to the new rates season Wednesday evening Joseph. He is, in many ways,
In over till next year will be sub. the forgotten man of the Christ.
right now by delaying to Weddings may cost the fatherof ) with a dinner party
mall bills, or to dun people for Ject to a smaller bite from the the bride plenty. But the t in the Beach Club mas story."

Interest due, or to cash In those VA Treasury. bridegroom will get another ex.emptlon dining room Shrimp cocktail Thomas would be good
paper profit to get money for Many people can't do much plus a lower assess. produced a predictable casting for St. Joseph. Although
about It. But
the holidays. You many can. And
might save by ment schedule. entrenched as a comedian he
t.a is
lull the conversation
admitting you picked some sour here are some of the posslblli. fine dramatic actor.In .
ones this year In the stock ties i during which the
market and selling the stock Study your profit and loss "Stop" Sign Mean STOP camera caught these 1947 he co. tarred with
guests (Above ) I to r., young Margaret O'Brien in

.. Bruce Mumm assistant "The Unfinished Dance" and
vice president ; ?Mrs. gave a warm, touching: per.

Mumm ; John W. Collins ; :lormance.

1 and Terry Pope. (Left) I In 1951, he played songwriter

5 ACRE TRACTS WEST OF TRAIL % to r., Roy Hilbertr', bank Gus Kahn In "111 See You In My
0 A director ; and\ Eugene Turner Dreams," a boxofflce hit That

president of First Na was followed by"The Jazz Sing.
.. If." Then he got too successfulin
Wants farm? Want good investment? Then investigate this ..t: tional.\ television to continue with a
(Photos by McGrath) movie career.

excellent acreage buy of cleared farm 'land with graded rondi. .. ) :to. '

Isis property It priced at only $695$ per acre with only 10% "' rl i, .. ... "J

down and the balance over 5 years, etIitP i There's Nothing Like It In Naples. .


an Important role In the fight long period of testing on ani-
REALTOR Yucca Plant against cancer? mals," Dr Sokoloff said. ymageGreell"WHERI

JOHN WOOD To help answer the question,
Coming Under the Dayrnon Runyon Memorial PUBLIC HELPS

Fund for Cancer Research Last spring In response to THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN UTTER"
Research New York, has awarded a $$7. public appeals many Lakeland

Chuck" Grimm Walter jessup Neil White John Vaughn Eye 500 grant to Florida Southern area residents supplied the A New Community of Cooperative
College.The college research group with
Sales Mgr. LAKELAND< Will Florida' gift Is earmarked fora Yucca blossoms while they were Garden Apartments for Adults

630 Fifth Ave., So. Ph. MI 2-5359 :iplne-tlpped Yucca plant, also special research project beIng In bloom. After processing
tailed Spanish Bayonet, play conducted by Dr. Boris the crude fluid extract is keptIn Only-Prices Start at $$7,200,

.> Sokoloff, director of the col- cold storage until needed In
lege's AJ>. Cooke Memorial the laboratory.The .
Cancer Laboratory.The latest Runyon Fund
project concerns an an- grant makes a total of $$89,035 INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED.

titumor antibiotic! discoveredIn the foundation given Florida ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM

"u'LL' 9t 9n the flower of the Yucca by Southern for cancer research.The APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE >

LI4d the laboratory staff. $$7,500 check was pre- SOUTH AND FIFTH STREET.
From a stalk of the Yucca'swhite sented to the college by J.
.a' bloom they Isolate a few Carlisle Rogers, Leesburg WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. -

. ,, y'' JJ, milligrams of precious: powderfor banker who represented the SUNDAY I TO 5 P.M.
the ongoing experiments( foundation. The Runyon Fund

cm""rin The Daymon Runyon Fund grant Is one of the agencies supported -
t will help speed the promising by Leesburg s United Appeal
y research project.Dr. The national fund Is named /ld ?Htfte"ld4 date4

Sokoloff said that more! for Daymen Runyon, New York
than 15,000 plants have been newspaperman and author who RealtorsSALES

checked by cancer laboratories died of cancer. Coincidentally -
but the Yucca was overlooked the AJ, Cooke Memorial REPRESENTATIVES
In the search for anti- Cancer Laboratory at Florida f 305 5th Ave., South MI 2.2124
tumor properties. Southern Is named for a Plant

"The practical application of City newspaper publisher who OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER
.r'w' this discovery may require a also died of the killer disease.

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COLLED COUNTY NEWS Naples, Urn, Dcwmbw M. 'IH4 3C(
Youth Work

lTcMS'' QF INTEREST OlMTeenAgers P'SQPLE Program I
W f
Swamped by Teen motivated; Way wanted MM, And staff to prepare the kid for the!

they sought agency help.. .. *.'"

Job ApplicationsGilbert "."lit many were. Illpreparedfor Th' center. now titled the

'Wlrtlt Young People lhink"" pigtails work. They were. not vocal.or Youth Opportunity. Center, hall

f to Youth! Service" 1 ( they wr. moody or othor1 now been Incorporated' Into the

.- Pessimist" wto view srhoodropout 1 1 wise poorly adjusted. They

as a htftle..** lot who<(1 needed psychological. butt,..... nation-wide antl' overtv pro-
Favor Free Religious Choice ponytailsLovely gram. The original. Center win
couldn't care lea about doing i 1 1day' a 1 Inc, because they .had really
set up In Newark" says Moss,
(111.-... Ikrorstlenee'en .. work for a ..,'* pay maybe 'I' dropped GIlt of school( \ low. be- because. that .city

99 IVOBME GILBERT Yen T... Make surprised.. to hear.. a labor fore they left." represents ill

Preetdent, Gilbert Youth fut your Mnti' ", 'talents. to ...rt'loplnICIII.. Frank to state' that the Center the problems that might be present

Research.., toe. FREEDOM To work this h..UII\\.. \ .va..."n 1 b\ Simeon Moss, who directed.. ,' at best offered onlv a "diluted" In one\ municipality: Migrant

making. original i'I,M.MIIIHH drail.ma :. theoutl h famine moving", In., a 60 per rent
Initial activities of 1 "
.. Theo). program, Mo..mp".I, for
\all \.k i nice ,In,,
Every so often, a survey of CHOOSE OR your room, i>.n I th'" tree< ..u, anyplace Career. Development. ... Center li 1 the benefit of similar effort Negro population, students in

what .It on people' mind uncovers C AN6eel.'e'ON else. \ in' mother i' would Newark, N.J., sound the office. 1 elsewhere, that sufficient conn- school. where the standards art
like you\ to.. \pii, i then" ) bevond them' because, of previous
a curious set t of nearly swamped.. with teenagersIn s I wiling' personnel la the key to
Start off In ,
gi\I"ng'!: pint tonean Intermittent education. suspicionon
statistic This situation developed r npnrkllii, << h 'ii |Hlook. with search of jobs preparing dropouts for work.

recently when we que*> .1< cent of i g"W,:,,I i ''I i vIlvel,! "paint "We. anticipated Interviewing: "We had very little trouble Int ... th* part ol the parent an to
They Mink, p.iu'" I I \ ,>mHmontiin Md school'< meaning" ("Middle-
ttoned 1190 between 5,000 ,000 un.""' t Indwrtrv,", In
teenager on the tertlltlnc "" hiring the.
111.1M'\ m' .1 i \\ r ''ath' or ,'\' -n class teacher" don't
care about
matter of religion and Its value ", .01<1 I to,, the i Ihleal, i ."n i |Mttkge'u employed youth Instead, more:' klda The Jobs were there," he

to them. 1'" mn make", "
t t..l..i iour "m' .''I-U I","i rater''' and of the "t
Eighty-five per cent of those /riumU,, to w.. n "HI their ioatnp.ls tome phase program

questioned belonged to a specific : Just, tlt. '"\iijri. ') .>en with reports! Moss, who Is asalstanlatate td t

religious group. Nothing unusual 7 i ribbon and itttmh with a commissioner of labor and I

.;jifttv pin II .cast\ and the. Industry In New Jersey.
or unexpected there. And when
,nt, will be iHteil
p |'pi <
w* asked whether teenagers Auk Your, in.".ihn." tot, a wire Moan admit wryly that the have a

should be left to choose their own 'al hanger" nut IMP II to make deluge partially helped" to defeatthe

m nito.ii,. (hiiHtniHH" wreath' of the Center. Hi
religion rather than follow theirparent' 1'"rRY'\<< nIerglee, .,,, usinggreen purpose

*, 58 per cent thought the .. .,i string '" it wont,, 1 dhow say, "We could have placed HiONDA

decision should be their own. By TtfaIndividuality t t" tin,. hanjrei" Finish \\ith a bin' many more youths' In Job if w*

Ibbon. bo.11..1> "\ti" the hook. development
had had
rood Job
Itself this had little real a
part .if the. hang", i iI
But then we asked: I t'nuausl tree< .Miiain.Mitii., ian program. These kids were work-

When you have children of your be! made out. if aulboarU, ,, pieces, Holiday
and tube Auk ,y...ur mother. to..
own, do you plan to raise themIn savi" ,i""r pteiis and tubes turn yon! can' hang; .on the< tree.

a specific, faith?" More than i from I'), ml"uIIf..1\ .. and. plant UuTupplngl nr* little poem' you have com. .

82 per cent said they did! bv forrlru\ a pint Folk Nun I for you Cut' the. posed for each member\ of your..
Singing THE TOP TEN \iftrdboard\ plccw" Into.. star.. <'tide '. fumllv Write )your "poem, Only by a close examination of thi e! cular religion on them.
and diamond shape"" .. You of paper.. about the sac"
Individual replies did this seem From Harvey) Aronowltoh, 1\! Uses Music as Tool I PEEL FINE, Beetles may wish, to ,rut the cardboard< of a greeting card Glut. thlpl -
MR. LONELY Vinten'
ing contradiction explain Itself. of Winnipeg, Manitoba, came the tubes In half It they are extra "' 'r of f paper, lo a larger;:; I piev:.: '
COME SEE ABOUT ME, king Then glue shiny foil.. on i"if wrapping paper" FoUl. t1once.
What the boys and girls meant statement that "a person can For Bible TeachingGilbert Supreme all surfaces. that, show, punch' punch a hole at the. 1"1'" ,'

was that bringing up children In never truly be forced Into reli RINCO. Greene a hole at the top for a. string and hai.rf' un the lre Wait. '
Youth Servlc.MILWAUKEEFor. e
a specific faith Is fine, but that gion. R must come from within." SHE'S NOT THERE, or hook and hang on the tree. the umllM of lur.'rl"'h..n. \11', \ '
Sister i t UM pieces of Ml fret ornaments. mother I t father alutci' and
after the age of 12, the youngster James Rauff, 17, of Detroit used Zombies brother discover< have wn,
Just Into you
Tannlne Schmld graduate student TIME IS ON MY SIDE, too "cut' the
should be free to change his reply to cover oilier things Universityhere Relllng Stoner shape" desired' new sequins .on. \ten Individual. "' poems. fur then,
at Marquette
without undue pressure from the besides religion. Said he: "Teens I'M INTO SOMETHING both. sides, punch a hole at the Of course, the bent holiday)
folk singing and theology top and you have an attractive. dororatlon.'''' of all In ft should be forced Into GOOD Herman's Hermits. .'.
parents. A 17-year-old Philadelphia never any combine naturally. quite
boy, William Gordon, explained thing. student GOING( OUT OP MY HEAD, Some of the nicest dm... .oas-i all whom you mertftooo .
The vivacious young Anthony & 'Imperials _
It this Scott Money a 14- 'ear-old -
who I II a member of the THE JERK Luke REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES COO(
"As teens mature, certain beliefs from Wllmette, HI., summed it up Olenmary order of nuns, learnedto DANCE DANCE, DANCE,

emerge from their minds. with: "I would like them to BlOch BoysRussian
play the wither while on a 1
R Is unfair for parents to follow my faith until they were Motels 6 Residences
teaching< mission In the south,
straight-jacket their children' old enough to see all points of j AcreageCooperative
and now finds herself performing Air Lines Rental
view and decide for themselves
at folk singing demonstration .'
I would encourage them to follow .
here at communion breakfasts, AmericansTo apartmentsBeach
In the faith that they were Expect '
Santa's Choice
student gatherings and lad I.. front property
raised tn. but not force them."
teas. Folk follows the
Among the girls, Carolyn Be Resourceful PARTICULAR l".n"It"TY.. FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE.
Brats rilndcer too. Hondas
hi-weekly theology discussions feeding eight ,
Ben U, of Stanford, Calif., ''PtCIALiriMa' IN NAPLES ""D'L IOUNOINU AREAS'
thought that "often It is difficult that graduate students tike Sister I Gilbert Youth Service fret t up to 200 miles per gallon, are lU'an4

Jeannlne have on Friday night, (Behind the Iron Curtain) '"
to believe sincerely In what you c &O.CEW. fun to rid. And, rots can start your own
But the young student maintains ,Airline stewardesses who fly the
are told to believe In. The benefits "Y
her music II I 1 side In :North Atlantic run with major rrpaEariE: t tRoy prirtU "OhrUtmu Club" right now with
of religion can only be derived Smite' ',.,
from voluntary participa terest. Enrolled In the master' American and European airline the BMXM7' jroull MM by riding a Hond!

theology I have been trained to t'i
In Marquette'
program pamper EA
tion." Carol Taurlanen! 17, aftifflS't Give yoaritlf-ind the whole funil/
department, she Is primarily I their passenger with cocktail ,

Kenal, Alaska, said, "Forced concerned< with the teaching of i I ind three-course dinner ytirt of f on. Oft A Honda
religion too often leads to
theology to deprived children, \Not *o the young stewardesses
l01 RENT
N phypocrlsy, which Is almost as
using Montessori teaching methods \ .tin Russian-operated planes,
o- bad as none. Every one should Van Dcr Veer
I an educational school of The once-pampered American
choose (for htnvp',Jfb *Ult every
IIf thought which seas. alMhe child's i I loon learn' to take the differencein ROY SMITH Realtor
one U dlfteren'tt'(; )!!) a similar .
senses for learning skills. I I his stride, and to be prepared Sports Center
view wu the comment of 17-year It tlTrlfth Avenue 6oeth Ml !SI1TII
t 10 fight hunger pang by carryIng -
e old Donna Jack of Starkvllle, In her practice work Sister
Miss., who said: "Because teen Jeannlne uses concrete Images, >
'cheese: black bread, and choco-
may have different beliefs than such a* water plants and rocks,
I ate ban.
his parents and therefore not and from them, draws Biblical
But still he'* always In for aurprll.
f get a true meaning from his connections.
i I, *.
If he I.1 forced Into
worship going
Beside her studies here, On a flight from Warsaw to

Into his parents' religion." Sister Jeannlne I I. directing
j I!Budapest, the hostess served
On the other side of the question .
Montessori theology program ,map of tone-cold: coffee, and

FRIENDSHIP BRACELET 1 Is a Steve Ryan, 15, Glenview, In schools In St. Paul, Minn., i iSt. ,when that chore was over, re-

do-it-yourself protect j The Dl., thought a teenager should Lout, Mo., and Oklahoma; (Ired: to a galley, drew (the cur- a
wearer has glued school photographs follow Ms parents' religion because .
City, Okla. |twins: and read a magazine dur-
to flat one-and-a-half- "If the least he can do
she hopesto 'trig the rest of the flight.
inch buttons, and strung themon for them." (Of the same mind wu Through television There' no sense of timing

spaghetti cord. Buttons are St.t Ross 11. of Stanford, present her Idea and methods
v e 'Ia about. the light lunch ft maybe

,Iged with velvet ribbon, and the Calif, who said, The whole Idea >In> the public Already she's beep I served. at 11 a.m., or at 1 p.m. and STAFF
\ With two other |
bracelet may be decorated with of religion teaches( u* that It performer. a'rOIl' accept with gratitude, and
sister! aha appeared on
rhinestones from discarded must be passed an If It Is If remain I tape) your American stomach:

earrings. alive" Singing Tonight" program
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Codas COUNTY NEWS N.ple, Flu, Sund.y, OMWRBM' 20, IM4 me Up (MI 2-3650)) and I J'U tn
to arrange something 100 Years AgoHood's

And now as this Is the last
sponsored by the Rotary Club article I will write beloreChrist.
i will be invited to be special guest* mass 1 wish everybody a vets CrushedIn
ecreation + + + happy holiday with plenty >f Army
]t'. not hard to tell that the RECREATION in "I!
basketball season is he.... The
\DepartmentBy school is out, and Randy's Boys

Club Wednesday.Is meeting there Randy oa claims Mondayand RecreationCalendar Battle Of Nashville

JULIUS LHBER transition from football to baa.ketball .
The first thing on my mind today seems to take a while, By LON K SAVAGEThe length Even In retreat,however,
u the basketball players still SUNDAY the Southerners fought stubbornly
is the use of the new build. last major
It 00 -Naples Tennit Confederacy's and when nightfall came, Hood
want to use football rules at p.m
Seems to unmerdetull
Inc. ma I lot more crushed
Club Cambl.r ParkMONDAY. offensive was and his men still were ready to
times. By the .
way, poor Floyd In
organizations would bold their 100 this week
years ago line
some more from anew
has a sore back from fight ,
meeting here if they knew we repainting 0P a battle that wiped out a Southern
the lines two miles farther to the South.
on the basketball
are open and arranging ache court. tOO p -Senior Citizens army and left the Confeder.a .
doles, so this Is an Invitationto + + Club meeting Woman ClutItOO itself, on the verge d col.
truck uat backed to the SECOND DAY
A ]
come In and look the place pm.-Senior C ItI1.or.ablillleboa.rd lapse
door and unloaded 300 boxes of The troops slept on the field
over to see tt tt will fit your > Gambler Park December 15
It occurred on
candy canes. These will be sold that night, and nest morning Tho.
needs. The only restriction is 4:00 p.-Boys Athletic Club. rc and 18 when the Federals of Gen.
that It's limited to civic and to raise money for the new child Community Center building 6 George H. Thomas, the "Rock mu swung his troops forward
ren's playground, and I certain again, with more of the laIII.tJpt
nonprofit organizations 7(30 p. m...Writers group of Chickamauga" attacked and
+ -f + ly hope every body will buy some Community Center building. of result The Federal IV Corps
routed battered Confederates
The Teen Club is busier than to hang on his Christmas tree. the charged straight at Hood's new
ever this week getting ready for Let's all forget the calories Just TUESDAY of Oem John B. Hood lust] southof position while Gen.James H.wu.

the Christmas Holidays. I still once, and buy a box. 9.30 a. -Ladies Tennis Nashville. In central Tennee'see son, the Union cavalry chief,

marvel at the way the hoard of + 4 + class Gambler Park. Hood's swung far down to the South and
directors operates this time The youth tennis activity has .senior Citizens 1 When it was over then sent his men storming IntoHood'
1:00 p. of it was capotured
was wreck
planning the big"Winter Wonder. slackened u it usually does at bowling Brookslde Bowl. ; snd rear on foot with repeat.
or shot down,
land" dance on December 33. this time of the year so all the 4:00 p. m.-Junior Recreation of the rest of his men desertedand er rifles
The auditorium Is going to be groups are melted into one classon Center The Confederates, with their
Board meeting Community In the
went home the war
decorated, and believe me I kept Thursday after school The building ; enemy swarming In on them from
West for frag
my mouth shut when I heard how adults, however are still hard at was over except theConfed.eracy all sides, fought hard, but col.
much these kids know about these it, and Sunday afternoon and Mon. WEDNESDAY mentary fighting, and lapse was Inevitable ft came all
than a
to Issue :day night remain the most popu. was little more at once, u the Rebel line
things. They are going 1:00 p. -Senior Citizens >w, pocket of resistance In the Caro
an invitation to aU visiting teen. 'lar !hours. I am expecting the shuffleboard Gambler Park hose and crumbled altogether and Fed.

alters by distributing circulars I usual large number of visitorson 4:00 p. -Junior Girl Scout BICYCLE BUILT FOR FIVE Five beauties create a novel display of motion at an exhibit Hood Virginia had come looking< for stale began rounding up prison
listing the holiday parties to all the courts during the holidays, C.nterbu11d. era by the hundreds
Troop Community of the International the when helnvadedTenneaesee
and Motorcycle Show in London. The girls helped demonstrate fight
and I always Hood led the remnants of his
to In
motels and hotels In the area, manage get
;I Ing. the Dunlop Quint a bicycle built for five, which was made at the turn of the that tall, but by the time he
few century In total defeat but
On December 13 the five visit. a good games with them. Athletic Club. army away
InC foreign exchange students If any visitor wants a game call (Community 4:00: p.m.-Boy.Center building and used for racing. On a /flat run a quint can reach speeds up to 50 miles an hour. arrived to defeat at Nashville Thomaahad hewasdoom.ed gather. after them came Wilson's caval.

ry, still picking up prisoners
ed far than Hood's
larger army
Forrest returned In time to hold
during the Invasion, while Hood'sarmy
off Wilson in savage, nieht.timecombat
had been battered and shot
Finally, Hood arrived
THE NAPLES COMPANYINC. at constantly To make It still
back In Alabama, his army d
worse for him, Hoods ablestgeneral
40,000 now reduced to slightly
Nathan Bedford Forrest, more than 20,000. Of those 20,.

AnnouncesA war assault away came.THOMAS on. a raid when the 000 only about 9,000 were to fight

some more


Limited Number of F.H.A. Homes West of the the An fields early morning and woods fog hung south over of PET DOCTOR

Trail Nashville mu' battalions that morning moved when Tho.Into By A. W Moller, D.V.MQ .

... ,' attack the advance went like
...,. __ -- ._ u. ." "' clockwork, Two brigades of Ne. "' HAsNwHo


.\1'ql.r: ( : :' .;; .lJ mass around of Hood's Infantry left swung and cavalry a solid

The Confederates fought vall.
aptly but their cause was hope.

=. .; less The Federals swarmed
forward In such numbers that
14'I. : .! I
." ., ,. the sheer weight of their force c
,II- sent the Confederate line back
... Hood '. line cracked first one

l \ -t I 44 4 place, then another then Its full uui,

I .kt.4 ...?.i.... '11. t i $ I ,
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agenda for Monday's

1W. 1:30 School Board meeting

I 1-Minutes. Our 9.year.old canary

2-Flnanclalltatement. Pedro, vied to scream whenever

orrespondence.. a jolt program came on TV or
of schools'
rodio. We would cover him until
he was quiet Now he does it
Receive bids on Venetian
: blinds for Junior High School. whenever a cowboy movie icon,
6Receive preliminary when a noisy programTl on and

H C&BW-LLJ5' "' plans for heating at Naples when il it near hit bed lime.
junior High School. Does he do this because thenoise

"* Kii.iF> 7-Budget amendment. hurt hit earl or |just because he

.-, ..r 8 -Adopt evidence of quillflcatlon wants to be cov.r.d'Linda?

e'e l 2 '.",,, .1 for county matching Carol, Wet Hemptteod, NY
l i t. 41YA. Y s state funds on school construe
/ A There ore o 'lot' oi humans who
hi dc xi.
would loon your canary in icrtom ngH
Progress report on facilities -
': \ they were txpottd to |OJl. cowboy
needed for 1965-66 as
h program or any ol the other noses'
\ approved at the last meeting. which human .. /
I ., .m to enjoy| In/Iocling
10-Pupil assignment. nSmilvi w,Ih "il ha, way ol pro
ll-Appo1ntmems. resignations ttil. I I'm nallOyng Idol your bird 10
..c-"t and transfers.
: mute' or TV Critic,bulrotherindicohngIhol
I g .,'a' Ot 12-Dlscusslon of compre- the ,
/ ta' wI sounds ore unplcaiant'to h m
tt'' hensive school survey report. The long ol a canary it used lo oi.*rl

I ,\ Committee's report on him' .Htnct and to communicate wIth

t ...j. btu Junior High School findings. ether conar.*i 01 well 01 to woo Ih.
1'I--la'' ,.... ,y UI 14-Approve Collier Coun- I.msl.( ol the IplCl.l The canary n.

.,' ty'. participation in the FlorIda -' |joys 0 certain' rang o) sound, "*,Ion,
l ,.'. II" Educational Research and! rciononc and a certain melody The

.. Development Council rhylhmi and discords' ol the program
:: 15-Teacher salary progress may b* causing acute d,itrtit. Spar

report by committee chairman. your canary "from this' rates and let
': IS-Approve and pay bills him 11..p away tram the yodtllngl

; 1 : :. J \ 17-Adjoum and yowlingi of the Idiot' ban.BLii. .

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i fit : c Convenient Walking Distance To Banks, Schools, Shopping Dec. 14. Jan. 15th

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From $16,730 To $11,000, With Centr.l Heat 1

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dining room, bar, two car Stove, I Disposal, Automatic rock. Drive, fur Illustrated folder\ with
home at our exact colt no AIA Naples garage with Genie automatic Dishwasher; IS 8 cubic T. Each home Is landscaped with all details, prices, ..... of th.
profit or real estate commission. SPECIAL FEATURES COM door closer, and abundant toot Fruitvuard Refrigerator* Urge palm and tree. Lawn residences. Du not delay, because .
Custom built to highest specllcation MON TO ALL EIGHT RESIDENCES storage space Five of the Freeier which never requires I..od ied with finest 8t all eight\ homes will b.
by Wlggs Mule Con. eight homes have fireplaces defrosting. Augustine Idtl.r-hlu. graLawn ... computed and landwaped by
tractors. (including member I. Each home has white oak 6. These home are built two I Inkling systems hvKnark the first part of January Thin
It would cost you $10,000 more ship in Pall Royal Beach Club) parquet floors throughout, feet above the crown of the Plumbing Company. truly an opportunity that will
than our price to duplicate anyone 1. Each prospective owner mutt except In bathrooms kitchen road. Driveway are stone I. Fur. term If desired. never come again PORT
of the eight icsidences be accepted by the member. where tile and vinyl are base, asphalt sealed and year ROYAL I INC. P O Boi Ill
The architects who designed and ship committee of the Port used. Each home I.I centrally topped, then gravelled. Three typical fWr plan and 1M.' '
acv supervising the completion Royal Beach Club. alr-eonditloned and heated by 6. The shoreline of each property rent .le.W.n l *f the eight. residence Nt' Florid 1 Telephone'
of the homes are Henry K. 2. Each home contains foyer, .n over-sise 6 ton unit which faces on wide and are shewn t.Uw.. Midway t-Rllfl.\

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..- I There's a Book for 92, Now

A..e..... Press Food EditorIS n

nil HI '"nlicrun' "n vi in 1
( I tiiisli".is I I""-I I I I", "Italrt'1 l,,,," \"'' Race
M.I' '""".1 I 7,I 1r nirkprtsuil '
MONEYFOR I II hrn I ,,,i sir "I I Ml?I is,r
/h".>ks. publish..I Hi" ,'.11 rain. \ put few years to work solely on
loll! tin hill I ) all nuclear peace and kindred ...
BUFFS "lhe I \m'I..lIl. Bell. bid Heesays staaply"I couldn't do
la,c ("IN.."""k" ( tnerrnn, Urnlage bath. "
) IH "irpa<.suifl\ hinlsiH' the He would like best to be re
packed with/ rtsi.nth m "dl''up numbered there lent a nu.
and Jrmk, !! .mil l npliu, willpraclaal ,'' clear war In being concerned
u, i"pi s Hall Ihc unrk '.1 In trying to prevent It.
IK devoted' 'I" sutveMiig aspiils re. He has this advice to give the
(.1 (our .uItI. ",,irv hr.t"rt It"nnanvi ., .
world "I should
say stop hating
biMim to rrgionul) inrijeruch \ me
each other. Learn to cooperate.
and ustes Herr some like Learn to have International
I w lIknochronclc" takeover ? the dilutions that really work and

lions, the(in mipanving both color and illustru black age take what steps you can to
world government.
end white) are Lulled from an "That's what I would like to
Hounding number of lour(, s see. It's not what I expected.
CHRISTMAS Md ire superbly chosen and .UiiixiAVANELLE af
prtienlcd the second pan of
Ih* work kiOTNial of JO "hiolofical" DAY AM) I by
menu plus I full quota CALL THE NEWS FOR
gether to produce The
of welNetttd recipe for thou the RUBBER STAMPS
diihcs that hIVe been dear to well letted compilation
Amariiina through the years
FOR SPICE FANCIERS OUR attention to detailfur wi' iu ,
"The Spice Cookbook" by cook should be devoutly I thankful YOU NEED
Avanelle Day and Lillie Stuckey: FOR COOKBOOK COL.LF.CTORS ( )
(David White) II i a big book both "The Delectable
in cite and scope with a wealth Paat" bv Either aAresty (Simon ,
of material. It has delectable and Schu"terI t I rare contribu I
lore, practical ,information and lion I The author i* juatifiably
thoroughly tested rectpea. All proud of her fabulous collection .
the cooking cabs! "lea art rep- of cook book and she has drawn On Us .
resented and the recipe have on aomeof them from antiquity
been ao well thus n from both to the 19th Century in writing '
American Furopean aoucea- this book. But Mrs. Areaty is
that they make a cornprehenuve not only a aanoua and determined *
collection for everyday and collector: ; the i is also s good
THIS YEAR company cooking The author cook. She has tried recipes from TAGS
hive had many yurt of experience the cook book the report on
in the food field; their and brought thorn up-to-date for (
dnthunmm for spice n infectious prnt-day ue. Reproduction ) .
but JUdICIOUS. from some of the cook book i "
FOR PARTYGIVtRS "The drawn from make fllutratlona
charming *-
Vogue (Hook of Menu and Reci-/ for "The Delectable .
p.." by Jessica Davis with P *l."
& NEXT Titian McKenna and the editor FOR JIM DEARD FANS / .
of Vogue Harper & Row), has "D liahr. and prejudice by
menu for small and large partite James Beard (Atheneum) U Jill_
buffet and seated, lunches and the book that the luthor'i ad-
dinner There ire also tugge- mh era and I am one of them ?
lions for cocktail parties and hive been hoping he would write.
ten; and a chapter on feeding Devotee of the Beard cookbooks
weekend gueata it Included. The who have followed the
advice oncarr>'ing out the parties author' sage and informed advice -
with 'taste and efficiency should will relish this culinary
be of help 'to both young and experienced autobiography. Sprinkled throughthe
parlygiveri.. The deli- book are some of the recipes
cious and elegant recipes ire all Jim has enjoyed moat over the
any sophisticated hostess could year.
a ,Ilk.They are written with gener- FOR f-RANCOPHILES "La
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I 6C COLLER COUNTY NEWS, Naples, Fl., Sunday, Decambw 20, 164



''l BRIEFS .

Ours U Full To Overflowing With A Varied ..

lite., Apartments, Bu.ineit Opportunities And HEADS

Goodies Claus Sec AD MILLER ASSOCIATES And You'll : CARDS

Road. Set on an attractively landscaped lot, It
living and dining room combination, two tile baths, FORMS
FcilLNK electrically equipped kitchen. The rooms are HEADS
Priced at $29,500, and $8,000 cash will swing the BLANKS

M.m HANDSOME HOME on Seventh Street, North ,
e tile baths Florida colorful
two a room containing CARDS
built-In stove and electric refrigeration, and central
presently rented, but normal delivery can be made. LABELS
For Christmas money, this mortgage of 13000. CARDS

Christmas come In now and PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED to $16,000 on the
stairs apartment in Surfside one of Naples' OF FORMS
discuss your requirements. A ings located on the Gulf of Mexico. Carpets, drapes Touch With

personal loan is easy to ar are Included, COUNTY NEWS

range and you can repay your A MERRY CHRISTMAS DIVISION

loan In easy monthly Install. KINGSTON CLUB GOES CO-OP Here's good news !
ton apartments on Gulf Shore Boulevard are now MI 2.2107;
ments on terms that suit your Prices range from $13,900 to 16900. Broker

family budget. LIKE TO EAT OUT? Then how about owning or
Especially when it's a fine establishment like the
For Christmas money, next Trail. This restaurant Is fully equipped with seats
Christmas Christ. liqucr license, is air conditioned and car. ted d : ; "SIA
open your facilities. See us for sale terms.

mas Club Savings I Accountnow THERE'S NO BETTER PLACE to get away from it at

and select the amount what do we mean, a little-than the Sunset Lodge
the western gateway to the National Park. The
you want to receive as Christ. buildings, includes three cottages two of which
bedrooms and sitting room. The main building
mas money next year. It's easy two kitchens dining room lounge and card room

to save a small amount each ager's quarters downstairs. Three piers and i
wine on water are among the other facilities.
week, and you'll be amazed are included. Check with us for price complete
and color brochure --
how It adds up In 50 weeks.

:.a.azW: .aa tJf agta: a7f zWzW: : s
SOc p.r week pays in 50 weeds $25 US ABOUT SEASONAL

$1.00 p.r week pays in 50 weeks $50

$2.00 per week pays in 50 weeks $100 /let r/44

$5.00 per week pays in 50 weeks $250

$ $1000 per week pays in 50 weeks $500 1965
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COLIE COUNTY NEWS Neplet, He, Sunder. D.ss iW M, ,IH4 7C

orrors Of Auschwitz Still CAME R I -

'" sturmf it the I'ameral.> a ram may enhance the beauty of
.1 55Th hllml/d flash
I alI the pictures. A snail flashlightis
I I : "i I 10 I semnd, I. I Lrna
a handy tool I !
10 ace canters
'?in .I Irpi'iuK, uri JIMUIKC from
nfolding In German CourtA By IRVING DCSFOR settings. Use' loves' to keep
AP NewsfectmesWHAT / 'n-, iml h elude number, of flaah- warm and a cable releaae for
ii MMMK used (Guide, number ,,jah-les
fan ti < ,,I!, .1 in "list anse equala lens
1 A N K F U R T. Germany girls after camera .In Exposures run from three to
sexually molesting or Innocence of the defendants. overlook ''l'I "mi I \aniple, guide number-
Tde horror of Christmas with us 10 seconds on ouatoor
Icbwlttb.Si lighting
them ,
He will be Joined la his dettbera. I I 1,1 i liiM.imr, 10 feet. Lena
unfolding before a "Doctor" festive lights its unous shoes, with the 1 lena 1f, 11 J.
Josef )Hear, a day lions by two assistant Judges II> "111g. | L H 1.1I I
an court for a year DOW. laborer before and four spirit and its Shoot at dusk to get the outline
becoming Jury members photoyonuactivities
an en. I 'i a pl. lure nl 1 the tree with- of the house the
shocking testimony is listed S8 medical Coverage of sky
aide, forced the trial by ,.
il i-d
'" I a time exposure la while there
ly weartnc on the is still a touch of
Judges young boys to hold their strug. Fraiuuurt has. been Even if Jr.. ,, ,
newspapers you idr in adI UK o I k i nth intuited) Again the color there. Rut then
must listen
to It. come in
ling fathers while the defend. highly detailed. The appearance you're going to rel,u thiv, ,
\ rx 'I'i "'I h i tan, hided firmly.I closer for doae of the
bin at least dour
another ant stabbed their elder heart of trial stories In the rest of the and just he sn onlooker, hen ,-* I <" ,ill ihr -ups
"ii lights ,
room on
to with way or special lighting
go, no verdict with a German thai arrange
ed before March hypodermic needle con.talning press depend largely are the Colorful. eiu ling I I I' Mioiul exposure but i iu mams.
lethal carbolic add. on their dramatic content. scenes and e\ents will prove ', 'ii iluhnsims. nee lights
the SI defendants on trial, Judge Hofmeyer, whose face But even this seems too much tOO much when the tune comes. i"I ii live snoods. The lena
ere free on ball when the and bearing clearly show the for many Germans. Letter to Then when 1tw ,
vou grab
your camera 'I "' IK nds he in st f II with
ons began Dec. 20, IMS. Of emotional strain he is under, the editors frequently' contain to take some pictures, will \ou \s \ .4 ,'Iasi I\ film

of 9 have been Jailed on the has girded himself for at least reader demands that the past be be able to follow through1 1 -.!I"" ,.. 1\\|'"r films (AlA

Incriminating evidence another month of similar teeth. forgotten Many also writ that Have you got enough film of i 'I 1:1) open up the lena one o. ___
In the know courtroom. The utile moray before adjourning the the defendants were soldiers the right type1 Is your flash II i MOP | ,,i taste, films (AlA FOR SUN FUN 4 FISH
never when testimony court session to ponder the guilt who carried out order unit in working order' To he ,'mi) V.HI mi in the expoaure t
Jail them too. Aware of this, sue, get e fresh act of batteries Silver
brings to every trial .... or at least a replacement set ,i,, i ill 01 kloie down one atop.IK .
I picture of Chriatmaalighting ... H'D..o'
an overnight bag with pair f.
to for .
soap, a toothbrush and ana r prepare the flashbulbs any emergency.And do iniidoora, wait. for a eMOOERN, SAFE FAST
you elm night., \ windy FISHING CRUISERMI
white shirt. j I I have blue ones for daylight A night can
more) than 120 court t : tspe i Uir the lights, shake the'npod
sea. color
a filmOr do have aconversion Y 5 I-3M
I you -*157 er Ml
01 lie uncomfortable for
over 250 witnesses have filter -
to enable
you Cecil Lamb
tiled about i lie phoiogianher. Colored lightsrftectrd I. Capt.
deliberate lavl(. to use the aruhcul-hgho-sype r .
at the German extermina. By EARL ARONSONAP film in daylight also'* on mow CM water after t'Jl LLLa --" co < J
center In Poland. Newtfeoture If you're I
going to be shooting -- --
tlIRIlI\I\ \ l \ III" Ik il 1I1\IIIIduIII I
urnemary evidence shows WHEN "" has .
you are selecting your Christmas tree check movies indoors, do you have along
during Its five years of first for frethneii. Run your hand through the needle extension cord so that you turfs 111'1 ,"?" [.' "<' its I' pluted. Ih.111\\, Wednesday Evening( Dee. 23 t.1 t-

ration, untold millions per. or shake the tree. If the needles can move around freely without cart bt son'blu"h I ,? I "I 'p; tr II' "H-retling tents in StOO P.M ,'
ed In Auschwitz .Nazi Cer. .. :. drop out easily your being anchored .' y
dyh rr see win oe lire nazara to one area'1 Of sell II1tIIh"" 'I .1 I ;'I" I IC ,' i III homo mm if. ,
biggest and smoothest. even before you get it home. mousse your movie lights will ;, The Gospel Baptist Church
ctlonlng death factory. They Part of the holiday fun can be branch ends and Immerse them be moving along with your prevent hlossne, .i iu',' i>4.,1, ,M him, ,", have the imiim
ire victims of mass gasings, electing and cutting a tree, for severs! days In a quart of camera. And if you do move SO mans pr'pU 1"01'I '," I h ,, .1 "ii ivnl| inimoteanly, steady. mile rant of the fWtkouse e. l'S II ::'

I, hangings, shootings, which many farmers will permit water mixed with a tablespoonof around, are you prepared to effort into lighnn, aiul Jr. "I, <'l.n.a Make ure, starvation, disease and you to do But If you buy one at brown sugar The Society of i avoid two danger* First and Christmas tree that it de.eiteila with the lens at fIll. During the e

rwork as slave laborers. a sand, here are some suggestions American Florists says this i moat important, that you keep own picture during "us exposure, fire a flash from the I"Un.
'The majority were civilian*- ; will permit the branches to absorb your camera steady and 01.n 1 moments of peak splendor Don camera or from a dlatance abut "In Ills Father' House" : ,
Psi Slavs and Gypsies could. enough moisture to soy Both short-needled junipers, apart your viewer, lighting capers turn I 10 feel from the lighted tree.
undeserving of life In the spruces and fin and long fresh through the holidaya. rd Reich. But they also In. needled pines are common and e e |piclurea. Secondly that you advice for better tree pl'U"a, shown admiring or trimming the # AdmU.1. Free I'sMIe Wtl,",-. "'

dad American, British, astisfsctory. A good tree will To spruce your garden plants i avoid an overloaded circuit to For still pictures' with ASA tree (beset lust standing along. I (Special tuft for ChltsltenThe ) }
ench, Canadian and Soviet hold ita needles, have an attractive for the holidays, wipe dual
goners of war, forced at pis. colorbushy gently from the leaves with a
point to shed their uniforms conical symmetrical shape, damp cloth and snip yellowing
notes before the or drying leavea. philodendron
entering gas |pleasing fragrance and strong
lamber*. t branches to support ornament cords turn vlnei are too spindly,
The description by survivors pinch off the vine end,
i and .Ir /. Make aura It was cut
en revolt courtroom visitors recently. sees

adding Judge Hans Hofm.,. Avoid hemlock because the If you have a poet lamp near
weeps unashamedly on hear needles won't stay long. your front door, decorate ll with
t witnesses tell such detail as Your tree will be more fire greens and cones. Don't skip

at reaiatant If you keep it moist. the mailbox either. Dress it up looh. incomparable French elegance
Defendant WUhelm Boger !Stand It In s bucket of water outdoors with green or holly to greet
named "the Devil of Aus. or in a cool place Inside, the postman and gueata.
wltg" by former inmates j jre protected from the sun and drying S see

babies from their mothers' winds and heat When you bringit Your Christmas gift packages
ma and tossed them alive onto i ijollnaaprayed indoor., make a fresh dating will have a holiday touch with

piles of burn. cut acroaa the trunk at least an addition of clusters of greens
bodies "where they rolled I inch above the old cut. This opine cones,sprigs" of mistletoe
mmd like little fire balls." t will permit the tree to ..b.orbmort or holly or a fresh flower or two
Defendant Perry Broad shot water. Place the tree In a
iven-halred, teenage Jewish ,container of water or' in a tree e..0
stand that has a water reservoir.A Just for fun, member of the
tree in a warm room will absorb Syracuse, N.Y., Garden Club
up to a quart of water a day. decorated aix homes in one area
NEVER TOO LATE Keep the tree away from the lilt season and invited R)
TO COME HOME |fireplace, radiators, air ducts or' friends to inspect the holiday
OMAHA (AP) It was more TV seta that would dry theneedl. splendor they had fashioned.
than a homecoming, actually i ... "The arrangements were ao v rv tsrr? '
omething of a premiere when . fabulous, we Just wanted to

ctor Lyle Talbot returned to hia TO let extra mileage from your share them," said the program
>Id home town in the road show I mistletoe, spray it with clear chairman.At .
eralon of "Never Too Late." I|plastic or dip the sterna in one home the half-glaaa

Talbot, who left Omaha with a 1 1ypnotl.t's i melted was This will delay door was topped with greena.
act when he was ITi i ahriveWnf of the leaves and TWO while feathered birds flew w
' ad been in show business ever '
mote some 40 years but . mae tree ball .... Cornhuska

lever pl.yed Omaha.His parenta, Make your Christmas evergreens sprayed' gold and mahogany
Ir. and Mrs J.E. Henderson, 1 i particularly holly last' formed e backdrop for rams In
till live here longer. Crush the tough woody the entry.

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Shop&Save With TheseMerchants In Their Businesses!

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Above is Mrs, Man Rvl', cosmetic department of DON'S LIGGETTKEXALL ( .X""r riu
DRUG STORE in the Moorings Shopping Center. Mrs. Kyle I
feanirnil) the+ leading Cosmetics, Dorothy Gray, DuDarry. Cara I fI I ;t
Nome. Helenn Rubin,tehl, Revlon, Lnnvin, Coty, Guerlain and many +
oth, I i.s +HK'ImlinK the famous Chanel. All those make wonderful gifts IY'
fo ('h'll1tmal'11) for the men \\ho'lIlo\,(' Chanel for them specificallyor : f R I s X13'I, 4
miybc: your hubby would prefer Black Stag of which Liggett's has '
a full !lnl'. See them all at DON'S LIGGETT REXALL in th" Moorings ? _
Shopping Center.

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Yes slree, Boat Haven Naples is loaded with Gifts for Christmas The
Everywhere are the sights! and sounds of Christmas complete stock of a North Florida Marina Gift Shop I is on display now

here in Naples these days. When our NEWS with everything for the marine minded individual. Lamps, ash trays,
Ice buckets, bar accessories, it's all here and more too And while you
photographer dropped into Dunbares Office Sup are shopping for that discriminate individual you might take a look
in our Petticoat Admiral Shop for the lady. Some of the most beautiful
his trouble
plies biggest was getting his camera
items are on display. To really get going don't forget the famous
\ past busy shoppers in order to get a shot of Mr :Mercury Outboard motors, water skis, binoculars, boat cushions, boardIng -
ladders, etc. Whatever you need for Gifts drop out to BOAT HAVEN .
Frank Lopata, Service Manager, and Dell and NAPLES and browse around to your heart's content

t J"y Tom Walker, owners. This is truly a wonderful yl" ... '\.
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You'll find beautiful marble and onyx base desk ,r 'p.. ...1..JJO.
.ffE" :: ,.' : M sets ball point and fountain pen sets, as wellas .'"''I .'" .

pen and pencil sets of all types and price

... J'" ranges. If your man has un office you'll love the

line of accessories which Dunbar's carries, including
such elegant suggestions as business machines *

Ready for Christum sire the> Alexanders of Alexanders Dept. Store. which would really be "the gift" in the
In the photo above is the Alexander family ready to serve your
practical line. They all carry a full year's war. s
Christmas m cda. Last minute shoppers can still find a complete selec
tion of lifts for the entire family in the fine !5th Avenue store Alex ranty by J>unbar's own service department If
ander's features n complete department store for the entire family so
if you arc still looking for Gifts, drop in and see the Alexanders. The you're shopping for someone special take a

I store is open every night until !9 'til Christmas Free Jt'lftnapplng., look at the portable typewriters at Dunbar's.

Prices start at $49.50. Dunbar's is truly the "Bus. uk ,

tt lGrt tfiY Y. trYfirtrr'34r'Yfi1 1 3r .16 '.P JGr1p Yr mess Man's Department Store" growing with

Naples since 1952 and they wish one and alla

very Merry Christmas and a prosperous 1965'

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Charles and Lucy Willis at CHARLES' TV wish to take this opportunity
to thank all of their many friends for their patronage during the
I past year and to wish all a MERRY CHRISTMAS and 1\ HAPPY
NL\\ YEAR : Charles' TV Merry Christmas Gift Headquarters is
located in the heart" nf downtown Naples on fashionable Fifth

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Bright with the spirit 'uf Christmas was Barker Drugs In the East
Naples Shopping PIunh.n our NEWS photographer snapped this Hoover's+ Appliance and Service Center located ,
family get-together." The store is loaded with last minute gift sug at 6119 8th St. So. is the dealer for the famous
and the all' tht'Ir Maytag Washers and Dryers. What could be abettor wFloyd
ti friends and customeis.familylvnm Douglas BarbarapRosemary and Bob gift for the entire family than a brand
Merry Christmas from the Barkers new MA.talC'ash r and dryer. HOOVER'S not
and Mix '
only sells the famous Maytag but has one of the '" S 'hols of Corbin LIndabury Nar ert' The.
finest service departments in the area to be henamong tintrees II ""..al and beautiful Norfolk IsIHnd; Pinea
, sure your Maytag( continues to give good service.So exotic as tin \ III,t are ,lIatJ\'l' to Norfolk bland off the coast
Africa. Truly h. the Iarg' a
1 I2.d for Christmas make it a Merry Maytag Christ selection of trees a t 11"1'1.III'. hlliinlf al t'\'erlcnen Corbin Lindabur7 N.tid, Araha, Hib ,
mas. Podourpus, F1acUIl
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