The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00189
 Material Information
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 24, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075047
oclc - 34296134
notis - AKR3402
lccn - sn 96027187
System ID: UF00079904:00189
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Preceded by: Collier County news
Succeeded by: Naples daily news

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A Troubled WorldUneasy .

I LettersThe Santa Peace Mars

NEWS had a very 'l 1'*.
<:ial super jet standing by to
race all last-mlnut letter to I
Santa before he and Rudolph took
off. So all I* well. lie's on
Ms way. AU kids In bed EARLY Of ChristmasI
Tomorrow' THE: DAYI Not Joy
the congenial ending In thltunderthewlre
entry pis( received .

Dear Santa, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS world war not engaged In open Thousands of West Berllners
My brother and I live In Pin warfare. passed through tilt Berlin wall
Ridge, Naples, Fit., Rt. S, Box Christians around the world In South Korea, another dlvld. to spend the holiday with rela.
MERRY CHRISTMAS from feminine employees at City Hall, all dressed out 810. prepared today to celebrate tit .d nation, UA servicemen will lives U the Communist sector of
in Christmas finery. From left In front arc Marge iladley. Dorothy Culbran- Mr name Is Mark and I havea Joy of Christmas but In many light a ZO-fwit cross on a hill the divided city Th Comma
son Marge ChlckerinR. Nelline Mann ; second row Elsie Lehman Dorothy sin, named Penny, Father, areas troubled by controversy overlooking Communist posl. nut permit the crossing by
Alice Llnd Florence Miles Mother, Uncle Frank, Pet, and fighting Joy remained onlya lions across the demilitarised special agreement with the
Gregg Janet Davis; third row Myrtle Hodgoi, ; sons West Berlin government
Missy, Dod and Chico. hope.
and holding Santa high is Bonnie Noe. (NEWS photo) Mark want t fun lake Rlfl. In West Germany, LU Gen. In the holy eltf of Jerusalem
Men and
were dyingIn
man, Big Unseen tool kit, big William W. Quinn of the UA 1th the wall between Jordan and
the Jungle of the Congo and
long Mat, high handle bars Viet. Name! In the Christina of Army urged his men to pans Israel opened today to let Chris.
gun that shoots at rabbit two and "reflect upon the ancient Han Arab from Israel Join their
wheel drive pick up mode, BB 1064. Vet most parts of the Christian message of peace on families In Jordan tot Ch.'tst.
Fear Many Dead As gun with a choop, real power. Christian world were at peace, earth and good will toward our mas. A* dawn broke a small
It be.
however uneasy might "
ful vrooora dump truck, ship man. nun -the first visitor -walked
loader, 101 eruser, electricity "W* must prepare ourselveswell The UA Arm,'* Berlin brl. through the Mandlbaum Oat.
train tread tire. for Christmas, rekindlingIn gads I.I playing host to mor Some 4,500 art expiated to
: Bomb Blasts Billet Penny want bicycle tires, spy our heart the desire I the than 1,000 needy person* In eros In all
r decetor, dress and anything you thirst, the anxiety for the living West Berlin. In return many There was no sign of tensional
would like to brine ua it will God and the' blessed certainly of American soldier have been In. the gale despite a new clash
be all right. finding Christ, the Ood.mad vlted to share traditional Wednesday between Jordanian
Penny and MarkP. man," laid Pole Paul VI In an rout COON In Berlin home. and Israelis Ia
Of U.S. Officers I
S. Brine the animal I treat. audience at Vatican City
I P.PAS. Marry Christina and From Washington, President 10-Ycar-Old
SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) along five block Till lesser a Happy New YearlTIDES I Johnson sent warmest greeting
The most powerful terrorist explosions sounded like explosions to U.S servicemen who are Cashes In On
bomb ever directed against of mall arm am muni. spending the holiday In Viet Nam I *
American In Saigon ripped tlon kept by American officer fighting a war against commu. Amorous Custom
through the main U.S officer In their room. nism. :
billet here this Christmas Ere The wounded were being laid Most of the men there will eat ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Dob.
b and there were scores of casu.allies. outald the building awaiting a sumptuous Christmas dinner by Me Ever U only JO' but he U
ambulances. I j despite tilt war, but for othersIn cashing In on .an amorous
4 Advice dept ,to the Pentagon Thick black smoke' billowed IIltrl1 the flaW Friday will be just Christmas ytom v .j.jr
1 ?aid two Americans Army above 'l1on' the building phu Im P.M another day of war. EW>bby took hl. rifle and shot
officer and a civilian were burned. Dee. 24 flU 1:5510:0710A: 1 Comedian Bob Hop evoked a brtfich* of mistletoe out of
;i killed and 87 Injured Also re. The dead American civilian Dtoc 28 4:80 1:41! 11:02 11:5"I wildly enthusiastic welcome tri at the Me Ever place. ;
ported Injured were an Austral. lived In the building. H* died In DI!'('. 2d 1101 11:88: lH1t: I with t surprise visit to an airbase Then he mad some slgnst"Mlssln
Ian officer and 13 Vietnamese U*. Navy Hospital, an American pea 27 70: TtM: IIt: 111lee. : in'' Viet Nam TIll troop Your Klssin'7 Mlstl. ,
.0)) The blast was probably the spokesman said. I 2" 5020: 11:11: 1:2' 2dllice. : i were told Hope would arrive toe 19 c.nur" "Killin'Llten... aC
work of the Communist Viet Of the Americans wounded, 29 2' IOU ':00 1:2': 1:11: I only a few hour before he en. Sold *, lit also put young
: ;Con(, who had threatened out. were U.S Army officer*, U tertalncd them friends to ringing doorbells
break of terrorism against were with the UJ Air Force Add. one hour Naplea Kay Brtdir More 'ortunat..m.rleln At last report, the ,ounell".'
American during the holiday 11 with the Navy t were UJS. Add ens Incur for Marfe servicemen elsewhere the gales were more than $40. 1)
J Up to five block away win. Marine Two of the wounded
Gown were shattered and last. were American civilians wholive '-! '

"Q thronging minute holiday the downtown choppers part of Vietnamese In the quarter police reported Cray ton Cove Business A rea ( '

) till capital wr pattered with they had rounded up several
blood. suspects In the bombing.' 'I
TIll bomb exploded on the Moat of the officer living at I

building ground floor called of the a Brink seven-story Hotel the net Brink. were major and cola Rejoicing--The 'Wall' Is Gone! I

where several hundred VJt. of. The Brink was one of the
fleer live moat heavily guarded building Wednesday's Eighth Bred 8choenthslr declared. Crayton While Eighth: direst was
The tuning 4 p.m-was such In Saigon. Set back from the rlbbon-cuttlng at Crayton Cove Cove merchant Bill Coddard,who closed, motorists could reach the
J that most of the American Uv. street on all sides about SO feet, may have been a spoof of sorts arranged the Wednesday ribbon. Cove shopping are only In a
Ing In the building wr prob. Its surrounding concrete park. but Cove merchants' Incre.seIbusiness cutting, seconded Schoenthaler'. roundabout way via Third Brent
ably at bom. lug lot was encircled by a con. 1* no spool, sentiments. 'This Is the best The eo..'* biggest business '
A witness said "scores of Crete wall some II feet high. Christmas present we could hevereceived place the Tahltla Core hotl.IIII.ur"1l .
American The building ls In the heart of "W served more meals Tues. "
are killed or In Goddard said. complex, suffered th' *
jured." the city day night, after the street was Eighth Bred I* the Ilfelln moat, those who attended the
fir broke out along the The hug bomb apparently opened, than we did on the pr*. from downtown Naples to Crayton rlbnon. uttlnf event agreed.
w ground floor of the Brink offi.cer was brought right Into the build. vlous Saturday," Tahitian Cove Cov*. Th busy street has been Assistant manager ft:hoen.
*' mess, which Is beside tip big undetected. There were .*. Inn assistant manager Ed closed to traffic much of till thaler sstlroated that tilt Tahlilaa
Contln ntal Umate that up to 500 pounds Schoenthaler Jr. reported Mor. Cove lost
Hotel and opposite Tuesday put five months, while storm several thousand of
the Curavelle Hotel of high explosive must have mally U not u brisk drainage pipe was Installed dollars' worth of business be.
Smaller explosions continued been used. u Saturday at tilt Cove he acres the street and the thor.oughfsr cause of lit Eighth Street. con.
after the hug Initial b I a a t Screaming bloody Vietnam. gala was rebuilt.In .t ruction work.
which caused part of the off!. eat children Mood on sidewalksnear Schoenthaler also reported previous winter seasons, Coddard' only complaint about
cer.' billets to collapse and the building Many of the that room reservation at the Eighth Street was closed off by newly.flnlsh4 Eighth Street U
mashed window In every chop wounded screaming civilian tU. inlt Tahttlan Cove beyfront sanitary sewer constructionwork that It U MM wide enough ..
were leaping Into taxi cab to "You'd better watch
hotel also leaped and the Naples Bay than. what
upward begin
seek treatment sine ,the traffic sing Tuesday night nil dredging project.) "This you say," an observer replied,
Jam slowed movement of am. U the first time In five seasons "or they'll com down here and
balances to a walk. "We are all very grateful Eighth aired has not been ton tear up tit street agate to widen
Weather Outlook Among other thing, the bomb Eighth arced t II open again," ap," Goddard said. U."
demolished the U 4. armed fore.

1 e* radio station which operated .. .... ---
Grurrslly fair *>4 siildthreufk on tilt ground floor of the bvild.Ing ;
Friday. Lew UntfMaiily Th* nation provided enter.
!I. the MB. Illfh Friday Uinment and news for troop
77 I* II. South sad _tks.ti throughout South Viet Nam, 4 rr
.i.... S .. IS nil* per beerIsxrratiai and also served for relaying
general Information to AmerU
a little e* Friday
can troops.

No NEWS Tomorrow
I; ,


Most Stores Closed,

But Restaurants Will


I Serve Christmas Day I

Don't forget-th* NEWS will close tomorrow to five the ,l ,
employees a chance t* enjoy die CfcrUtmas holiday The .
1 sews wilt b* open for bustoesi a* .***! Saturday., making
up the Sunday edition. ,

dry and county offlcei are closed Mil Monday. a* art .' .."'
,iii, \ ,. .
d banking taitfewions. Nearly SU were will be rinsed '
a Ckrtmaas day. Including the super market However ,' ....1'b
Animal market will' be opea mil 3 ,.... Oirbcsjias day. '

I IMUic other jean, several local reaaaram win ta : :
open Cbrljtiiu day lnektnt Tahitian O*.Holiday km, eRA YTON COVE MERCHANTS staged/ nW'". n.rutting ceremony Wedni-a- f
f p Broni'f,Caribbean Restaurant LamfMghter. and Pirate's day afternoon to ,', I- brat the r.'<'p" niiijf of Fwhth: Strict South to traffic
DeL Haven Hammer id rk suit, Naples Heard ..f I:..a I tors executive secretary,
a The post offk win cteee. Ckrtamas day and offer only snipe 1 ribbon pruvi limited service on Sarartfay.Meet Fuller. TahJtun f'ove assistant ninna-fer YA Schtx-nOialer Jr. coin:
scrvic station* will/, cJeM CkrlsHMS day, but alaN / 'laundry ">p raU>r And ("K.kr! rontra<.t.'r C Palmer Harris, and )11'1. William .
expected te open on SanHay. (NEWS photo
toddard; of Cdttare'l Gourmet Shop

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ew Want Old-Fashioned Christmas?

-- Better Not Go Back Too Far

.'v. tot to ret back to '.._ young men." who were
old-fashioned Christmas," found 'VttcMng ye barr, play
tag at ,bole-bell and such like
we'd batter not to back sports" In toe public streets
To put It bluntly, the caught what-tor from Governor
to were against Bradford in person So the
Chrtstmu."W. .., They labeled it a oldest of old-fashioned American
Bacchanalian f.ut"and Chrlstmases will hardly do fora
Nl their first Christmas on precedent to be followed In
shores pointedly rejecting IMS.
doing carpentry. On By 1827, however Christmas
trr' a Christmas several bad evolved to the point that
an Episcopalian bishop was com.
"The devil has stolen
2 COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i' FU Thursday, Dcmb .plaining,
COLLIER 24. 14rogr.m .6rV' of
from us...ChrlMrnas, the day
our. spiritual/ redemption and
J.t. .
converted It Into a day of world

ly festivity" shooting and swear-
s ae pro- Ing.
G' sided by stations. The And by 187S The Youth's Com. 4
; I.1 ,
NEWS assumes MO res- pinion, a popular magazine of the
Qitwt Christmas (jjjkf i \ ponslbllltyfor accuracy time,the was old-fashioned lamenting the passingof English

i Christmas
llopp your Day u uirralhi'd with "We In America have re.

happinvu and your holiday nation n i>m> of I FRIDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 25 ( calved Christmas many customs U not from most, of our SANTA CLAPS will bo! n busy fellow tonlirht tivlntr to fill all ordersfor

joy and food thn, Diary Chrntma1BOBS rent country 'merrle England'our pa. b1l""des b\ Colli 4'r Cuuntiaiu. both \"01111llId dd l Santa placed

but In England Christmas Is no on<, order with Suiwliim Haidnai' for about 200( biks and Jimmy
OUTBOARD SALES AND SERVICE WLBW.Mioml longer the day of games and fine Hairo (1)I and Anil Holland shown with norm <1If' the bikes OI'dered.plNtjCl'd ,
41.1 IYII TaIR N0. .I'LI''. ,100.DA. PHONES, NI' a.lloe WTVJ-Mioml CBS.CH. 4 ABC-CH. 10 old traditional ceremonies once to do then best to holp\ Santa with tonlyht' but lush
((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE) was It is rarely that toe yuie (NEWS photo)

10. DICFENTHALIlt. 6:00 News,Sports 6:00 MovtelxWthr.to7:30)( log is burned nowadays .and.
615 News Renick "Heidi and Peter"((1953) whereas the Christmas game,
.hI! 6j30 News Cronkite Elsbeth Slgmund Heln- in the times of good Queen Bess, New CorporationIn
7:00 The Munsters rich Gretler lasted for more than a month, Bomber
fro trimI Ice nee pro- 7:30 Rawhide 7:30 Fllmstones (Color) a week is all the modern,money. The County Crashing Brings
LOGI|eldest by stations The .making English can devote to It."
I 8:30 The Entertainers 8,00 Farmer's
TV Daughter
(NEWS assumes no res* Could It be then that this peren. TALLAHASSEESecretary
Iponslblllty for accuracy 9:30 Gomer Pyle-USMC 8:30 Addams family i nlal dissatisfaction with present of State Tom Adams has announced
10:00 The Reporter 9:00 Valentine's Day customs and longing for "the the chartering of the Terror To Florida TownDEBARY
11,00 News. Sports Weather 9:30 Twelve O'clock High old-fashioned Christmas"merely following Collier County Corporation
11:25 Late Show 10:30 The Detectives shows the power of this seasonto and hos.
"Henry's Full House" 11:00 News Stewart Sports evoke nostalgic memories of : (AP-A rUCK oy flying oebna
[ THURSDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 241| (1952) .. Fred Allen. 11:15 Wthr.. ABC News happy childhood, bygone plea Antis Paving Inc. B-87993) bomber screeching "A college student (at
1:00 News En Espanol 11:30 Les Crane (To 1)) sures, and the Joys of P.D. Box 798, Naples. Authorized trol after a midair house young where the plane
WINK.Ft. Myers CBS-CH,11 Chrlstmases paat...lM exchangeof stocks 1,200 shares of crashed between out the
1:00 Late Movie was just going
((6 ON CABLE) greetings, the singing of Common Stock at $5 per share Wednesday )
WCKT Mioml NBC-CH.7 "God U My Panner"WCKT.Mlaml fire and a moment )' when be heard the
carols, the tree, mistletoe thefestive filed December 21 in
6tOO News dealing "He
salel"a neighbor.
((3 ON CABLE) Walter Brennan. along a quiet ,
: NBC-CH. meal, and the outdoor
6(30 Cronklte Report road paving materials. Incorporators around and saw it and
6(00 News Fobs 7(00 Variety Playhouse ((3 ON CABLE) lowed tun 7 One last dip Into the yel. BjC. Nichols, T.R. the Only pilot one who person waited in the opposite direction."

6:20 Spons Hirsch 8(00 Perry Mason 6:00 News Farlts WINK.Ft. Myers CBS-CH. 1 11 i I Youth's, crumbling Companion pages gives an of even The Brown and G.E. Wlchern all until the last minute student, whose name was
6(30 Huntley Brinkley 9(00 Password 6:20 Sports ((6 ON CABLE) better reason to wish for a slm. of Naples. Filed by Smith In hopes of sparing learned" escaped without In
7(00 Bachelor Father 9(30 BaUeys of Balboa 6:30 Huntley Brinkley 6:00 News pie celebration of Christmas Carroll, Vega. Brown and Nichols Two persons on the In

7t30 Daniel Boone 10(00 The Defenders 7:00 Comedy Special (to 830) 6:30 Walter Cronkite Report ''It is right for us to deriveall P.O. Box 798 Naples Injured side his, car one by a the man DeBary. central is a Florida small town between
8(30 Dr. Klldare 11(00 News MMa and Pa Kettle atHome" 7:00 Dattlellne the innocent pleasure pos.slble and DeLand.
9(30 Hazel Color) 11(15 Mormon Tabernacle from the happy season, not "I thought the
Marjorie 7:30 Rawhide "
said Mrs.
Choir forgetting the while how solemn dropped
10(00 Kraft Suspense Th. 11(30 Sound of Christmas Percy Kllbrlde 8:30 The Entertainers and glorious is the,event whichwe fin, who lives four
11100 News Sports, Weather 12(00 Church ServicesWLBW.Mlomi 8:30 Bob Hope 9:30 Comer Pyle-USMC thus joyously commemorate, MGOAJ. where the plane dug Traffic Tickets
11:30 Christmas Card (Color) 9:30 Jack Denny 10:00 The Reporter with its beautiful lesson. of "Love crater and
12:00 Midnight Mass from St.. ABC-CH. 10 lOiOO jack Paar (To 11) 11,00 News to our fellow man.' pieces stick. no larger Handed Out For
Patrick's Cathedral 11:00 News, Sports, Weather 11:20 Movie
(5 ON CABLE "I heard a .
11:30 Carson To 1)) "Santa Fe Rear-End CrashesRalph
6(00 Movie Six.Wthr.to 7(30)) Johnny ( Passage" caught It out of the
wTVJ.Mlainl CBS-CH. 4 Christmas Carol" Color (1956)-) John Payne my eye," said Nils Clark Naples building

((4 ON CABLE) 7(30 Jonny Quest {Color) Faith Domergue. cr i tmAs 4T, who had Just left residing at 551
of week and
0(00 News Spons 8(00 Donna Reed a Avenue South was
6tlS News Renick 8(30 My Three Sons May your holiday bit I to was work.surrounded"The next b7 injured In a collision
6(30 News Cronklte 9(00 Bewitched happy and Third Avenue North,and the

7(00 Naked City 9(30 Peyton Place blessings of Another the car neighbor"He shortly before 3 o'clock
8(00 Perry Mason 10(00 Dick Powell your. and his arms were afternoon when the
8:00 Password 11(00 News Stewart,Sports 5 many lay down In the road he was driving was struck
9i30 The Baileys of Balboa 11(15 Services from the Cathedral J ( came," the neighbor the rear end by a truck driven

10(00 The Defenders of St. John the Divine Sen. Everett Fred S. Hall of Fort Myers.
11(00 News, Sports, Weather In New York City. who lives In a Clark was given emergency
11(30 Sound Christmas(to 12) 12:00 Midnight! Mass (to 1) WTVJ-Mloml CBS-CH. 4 WLBW-Mleml ABC.CH,10 Sugar and Spice across town, said at the office of a

12(00 Christmas Service (to 1)) National Shrine of the ((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE) -New open for your Breakfast, Lunch and Evening rattled. He rushed physician and released.

The Christmas Eve Ser Immaculate Conception. 6:15 Sunrise Semester 6:40 News, Armed Forces On Dinner Doreen, Clarence, Nancy Lena, Loulw. fin honest.to(the-goodneas plane) accident occurred after he
vice at St. Luke's Lutheran 1100 Late Movie (to 2:30)"Christmas 6:45 News En Espanol Parade Sugar and Spice, 937 South 4IS Ave near I cornen In the earth a stopped for a long line of
Church. ahead of him In which
Carol" 7:00 Canoonvllle 7:00 Sgt. Preston Cloned all day Chrlitmo right In the middle
1(00 News En Espanol 2:30 Roller Derby (to SMUJ 8:00 Supercar 7:30 Lone Ranger tlal section" DirtIeR car was attempting to

8:30 Superman 8:00 Uncle Bob .* The pilot Cmdr a left turn.
9:00 Alvin Show 9:00 Hopptty Hopper e'offirr OLD-FASHIONED ; sr' Nolta Jr., father of Damage to the rented car
In Mrs. Duf fin's was driving wasestima-
9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo
9:30 Buffalo Bill,Jr. '
10:00 Quick Draw McGraw i we turned him at $2,500 and to the truck
[ FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 25 | 10:30 Mighty Mouse 10:00 10,30 Annie Shenanigans Oakley Y iU /( Christmas : dead The," she bombardier said. $50.
11:00 Linus The Lionhearted Hall was given a ticket by
11(00 Casper Show
11:30 The Jetsos, Wishes Lt Paul Stokes, D.L. Bass who Investigated
11:30 Beany ;* ground a couple of
WCKT.Mloml NBC-CH. 7 WINK.Ft. Myers CBS.CH. 11 12,00 Sky King 12(00 News, Answers Please v ear, away and suffered accident: for falling to have
12,30 My Friend Fllcka 12:30 Saturday Hop (to 2) Jury vehicle under control.
1:00 Safari (to 2:30)) "Salute to 1964""Tartan's "The crew rode
6:15 Sunrise Semester 8tOO Captain Kangaroo Magic Foun 2:00 AFL Football (to 5L last minute to clear ANOTHER CRASH
6(45 Sunshine Almanac 9:00 lack LaLanne tain" (1949))-Lex Darker 6:00 World of Sports (to 6:301 said the senior fleet Both drivers In an accident
7(00 Today ((To 9)) 9:30 Morning Repon Drenda Joyce. Australian FootballChampionship Sanford Naval the comer of Ninth Street
9(00 Mike Douglas Show 9:45 Social Security 2:30 Worlds Beyond (to 4)) Melbourne where the plane took and Fifth Avenue North:
10(00 Make Room For Daddy 10(00 All Star Theatre "Lost Continent" (1951)) ) National Open Polo few minutes before given traffic tickets. The

10:30 What's This Song(Color) 10:30 I Love Lucy Cesar Romero John Championship Oak Park explosion.Two homes occurred at approximate
11(00 Concentration 11:00 Andy of Mayberry Hoyt. UI. others as far were as 2.2249'I 8:47 Wednesday morning.Mrs. .
11(30 Jeopardy (Color) 11:30 The McCoys 4:00 Rifleman 6:30 Big Movie (to 8:30) e a were damaged Mary Elizabeth Ramey
12(00 News Moore 12:00 News 4:30 Battlefield (to 6) "Paris Holiday" (1958)-) the street, and Fifth Avenue North was
wish the happiest; ol
12(30 Christmas Service 12:30 Search For TomorrowA 6:00 News, Weatner Bob Hope. Ferna del, you hohdoyao foliate by the for traffic to clear In
service from Washington 12(45 Guiding Light 6:15 Sports, Dooley 8,30 Lawrence Welk filled with all the i'"lendly! Mrs. H. G. .. to make a left turn from

Cathedral Washington 1(00 Love of. Life 6:30 Hawaiian Eye 9:30 Hollywood Palace warmth ol a good fashioned Chlllirnm'Vi"sll1ia' working in her Trail on to Fifth Avenue

D.C. 1125 News 7:30 Jackie Gleason 10(30 Movie Special (to 12:30) when her car was struck
1(30 Girl Talk 1:30 Password 8:30 Gllllgan'S bland "Holiday Affair" ((1949) e on the rear by a car driven by
2(00 Loretta Young 1(30 As The World Turns 9:00 Mr. Broadway Robert Mltchum. Janet e T, Wood 2163 Jeffer
2(30 The Doctors 2(00 Password 10:00 Gunsmoke Leigh Wendell Corey. rCrayton Ave.
3(00 Another World 2(30 Housepany 11:00 News, Weather 12130 Nightmare Th. Damage was estimated at
3(30 You Don't Say 3(00 Tell The Truth UilS Late Show "Hidden Hand" Craig Cove Hide. "at-the-cove" MI t-3S4Q to the Wood car and at

(Color) 3:25 News "Gideon of ScotlandYard" Stevens EUzabeth Fra- 50 to the Ramey car. Mrs.!
4(00 Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Edge of Night ..Jack Hawkins ear, Julie. Bishop 32e was given a ticket
4:30 Movie Seven (to 6)) Wthr. 4:00 Secret Storm Weather the investigating office r.Sgt.
2:10 News, I
Color. "Has Anybody 4:30 Lazy Bar Fun ClubSeenMyGal"PiperLau WCKT Miami NBC-CH. 7 Bliss, for not having a
5:40 Informacast ((3 ON CABLE) driver's license and Wood
tie, Rock Hudson 6:45 GolfWLBW.Mlomi handed a ticket for not hav
6:65 Inspirational Message r
his car under control.
5(55 Weather Ross 7:00 Cartoons

ABC-CH. 10 7:30 Fun Club WINK.F,. Mytr. CBS-CH 11

((5 ON CABLE) 8:30 Space Lab ((6 ON CABLE) '
WTVJ.Mlaml CBS.CH. 9,30 Mgllla Gorilla
4 6:35 Eng & Span. News 10:00 Underdog (Color) 8:00 Yogi Bear
((4 ON CABLE) 6t45 Give Us This Day 10:30 Fireball XL5lltOO 8)30 Woody Woodpecker i t .
News 7(00 Continental Classroom Review 9:00 Alvin Show ,
6:35 Eng. & Spaa. Jr. College and
645 News En bspanol 7)30 Carousel 11:30 Youth and Issue 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo
7:00 Popeye Playhouse 8:45 Funny Company 12:00 Exploring; (Color) 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw

7:30 News Sports, Weather 9:00 Banjo Billy 1(00 Cloud 7 (to 2(30) 10:30 Mighty Mouse
8(00 Captain Kanfiiroo 10(00 Beat of Groucho "Nary Blue and Gold" lliCO Linus The Uonheaned
9(00 Movie Special (10:30) 10:30 Price Is Right. (1937)-Jsmes Stewart 11:30 Thejetsons utt owe, 4'C M
"Remember the Night" 11(00 Christmas Mass Robert Young, Tom 12:00 Huckleberry Hound
12:30 Friend Flicks
(1940) Barbara Stan Rrown. wish
wyck Fred MacMurray. 12:00 Father Knows Best 2(30 Baptist Hour (to 3:30. 1:00 Lone Ranger
10(30 I Love Lucy 12(30 Hello Pea-Pickers In color) Repeat "Walk 1:30 CBS News

11:00 Andy of Mayberry 1(00 Movie 10 (to 2:30 Beside Me.. 1:30 4:30 BlueKSrayFootbaUGame Picture fr4 crrj trisimas/ to each and
11(30 Love That Bob 'God Is my Partner" 3,30 Sports Special Big every
5(00 CBS Golf Classic
(1957)-Walter Brennan
12iOO News At Noon
12(30 Search For Tomorrow 4tOO Sun Cowl (to 6:30) has been 1964
12(45 Light 2,30 Day In Coun 6:30 News, 3pons.Weather It a pleasure to serve you in and we are looking C IE RyM.y

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.p., Fit Thy.....,. Dw mB r 24, It4 3
Johnsons Have Drive artfully And I Li.i

Stockings Hung

By Fireplace for> and abyMAROARIT

Christmas stockings marked
'Dedd\ ," "Mother," SCHLtRF
and "[ ucl" are hunt.
chlmnt with cur*. "LJndl"I Ph.". MI 2 2107
Colorful decorations
elfht.foot balsam tree sparkle 1
tA the 1 resident's llbran'.office, :
and the Johnson family la ready Ringling Museum ( A1 --,"
tor the excitement of Christmas
at then ranch horn. Has Xmas DisplaySARASOTA ',
There are a hand.made ornamental IN- !
-- and
angel, pine cones and :,. n'h
ChrUtme card, onoe of
boughs of balsam on the mm., the) ootorful world of the cI rOUt ; .pj (/'I ,;JIJ.llnJ,
tie and stairways, a Nativity f b' "
scene will be featured during the1IoI.t "' .
I .ca" si ; :it i Mrs. Johnson says the ornam. *.Rtnf ling Museum 1 ; I
I i t + ntal angel which the received of the Circus ta taruot J : t'ehJWJt"
from a friend In Germany Is ,> According to Museum Curator ,
I ; special favorite of hers. The .Nest MUbr, I olrcua parade 4JJ: ; .lley'your heart /h,
First Ud did mo* of the decorating of 10 w... M and animals has n y y
I of till ranch horn her. beta loaned to the circus by I .V..... iiffrd 'ftlt peen and
.. a E -- I.lf.TIlt CfcteagQ oUeotor, Alexander 10/ Oi ,..ppittlti, e4rut"er ,
President, Kirs John.on.and I
I GATHERED at the festive board above are their daughters, Lynda, to, Irwto.the' late"The IWi toy century were and ..j..i ;
(seated) Mrs. Genevieve Jeiabrk Mrs.( AlfredJ. and Led,17 will open their gift the .toooi.etfen
lIackn(' ., president Mrs, Donald Dell and Mrs. from each other tonight. then comprise moet oompl Iron
Earl G. 1 (standing, I to r) Mr, Robert If they follow their usual CM- of antique ast
lodges ; "
stated Mil
Benson, Mm Joseph Santn Mi"*. Margaret tom morning, thewill to open wait their until Friday other tor.toy in existence, g r'ce/;{ k JJoF mijPEDRO'S

Foehrenbach, Mrs. Eleanor Goddard, Mrs. Clari packages. Irwin has been collecting the
nee Hodtre Mis. Gay Williams, )11'.. Fiancee The Johnsons plan to attend piece from antique dealer
Oilman, Mrs. G. M.( Phillips, Mrs. Kenneth Oehmitf, OUrtetma service at a. Bar. throughout the United State
and Mrs Thomas Prtneniano, n truest At left, Babes IfeUcopal mission, IB for several year. Althoughfire I
Mr( and Mrs. Oehmijr pose for an anniversary miles away In\ Frederlckeburg.For engine and) circus wagon SHOES
the holiday dinner therewill 4
picture were the most popular toys of
be turkey and all till trimmines.
r rI the IMi century, the piece KWIK-CHEK SHOPPING CENTER
are now quite rare. .he

Pilots Honor I --..-,r\... 1..; I

Oehmigs During ."

Christmas PartyMembers

of the Naples Pilots
Club helped celebrate a 19th
wedding anniversary at their
annual Christmas dinner meet.
ing at the Beach Club on Tuesday -

Mr. KennethOehmlg
Joined the group for dinner
on the eve of their anniversaryto j
add a note of additional
gilty to the occasion. Laura
Oehmlg Is a long-time member '
I of the Naples club. iI iI.jr
The local Pilot Club (1s a ti-
chapter of Pilot International, .
a far-flung organization of bus-
iness women dedicated to youth 1
work in their, communities. e
UphamJohn BriggsPrivate Founded in Macon, Georgia
in 1921, the name was chosen
H.Uphmtwo-yer-old funeral service will because it means "leader and

lOll of Mr. and Mr. George be held Saturday in the chaoel guide."
Upham. 261 Aqua Court, died of the Richard A. Pirtman Funeral One of the continuing projects *
last night in Naples Community Home for Mrs. Dorothy of the local group Is an
Hospital Briggs, 77, who died here early annual scholarship to Edison 1 a
yesterday moraine. Junior College, In Fort Myers. t I
Besides! his parents the baby Mrs. Briggs had been a This year's recipient is Kathy i
U survived by his paternal resident of Naples for the past Ryan of Naples. At the moment
crandmother Mrs. Elsie Up- living on Sea Shell they have undertaken to ,raise
ham of Naples Funeral services Arch money for band uniforms for ; 1 1I '
are pending at the Earl Besides! her husband Benjamin Bethune! High School In Immoki 1f I
G. Hodges Funeral Chapel. F, Briggs, she is survived by lee. Mrs. June Haschka ls I f
daughter,Mrs.JeanB.Newton chairman for this project and
of San Francisco three son, anyone interested In helping U / _
ESS&e* Benjamin F. Briggs, Jr., Law urged to call her at Ml 26363.A QlY ; i ke."w:
special gift of a new suit '
rencevtlle. N. J.. Col.John A.
BEST Briggs Patrick Air .Force has been presented by the clubto
Base, William N. Briggs New a Youngster at the Sheriff
WISHES r Canaan, Conn. three sisters, Boys'Ranch.
i Miss Jacqueline Green Clear- The Naples PUot Club which
fog water} Mrs. Clifford Anderson, is open to membership by Invitation
Worcestershire, Mass. Mrs. only, meets on the 2nd ae ,
elrristaras 4 ; ,
; Marjorie Mulock,bunedlnj nine and Thursdays of each month l
for alternate luncheon and din
.. grandchildren: and two great
grandchildren. ner meetings.Barnett
Members of the family have
requested that memorial dona
r3LcI dons can be made to the Naples
Church of Christ Scientist of
Funeral service for William
which Mrs. Briggs was a
H. Barnett, 76, Imnufcalee re.
I e member. sldent who died Tuesday nlgW, ,
r will be held at 10 o'clock Batur.
Peter Hillman day morning in the First Met ho. ;
din Church of Immokalee with
To Receive BA services conducted by Rev. Richard .
Howe, pastor of the churdl.Interm.nt : .
Hillman of 1111 12th
Peter will be In Lee Me.
st., North, NIPr.{ ., 1* among mortal Park, Lehlfh Acre
the IBS student who completed Visitation will be held at the
tor their B.A. de.free
requirement Earl 0. Hodges Funeral Chapel
at the University of South In Maple from 7 to I o'clock
Florida with the closing of the B@ll
\ fall trimester, the school baa tonight. .
Beside big widow, Mr ring -
+ OU
announced.: Christine Barnett, he 1* sur.
will be
The new graduate vlved by a daughter Mr*.
University' an.
honored at the
Romayne Owen of Coca Beach;
D 9S nual Commencement exercisesApra a son, Robert W Banwrtt of Hew
II, along with other stu. York City, two grandchildren,

SHOe-R.PA I .. dents graduate completing work during their the under aca.demle and four peat grandchildren.

year. with tri tmas Jy"

I & I ,/r IJ I Windsor Spends

Days In Reading,

Walking, Resting

Dte HOUSTON of Windsor, Tn.,(A with P) -three The The sound of church bells fills the minds

t tIi exotic Christmas tree of vary

tile Eve else reading I* ,spending walking: Christmas and rest.Ing. and hearts of all with the true spirit "

fr fre .
He also I* checking a number
: of an estimated I,000Cbrlstmu of this joyous season. With that

card and greeting received

from around the friends world.and el ranger* spirit in mind, we wish you and your loved ones

Methodist Hospital spokesman
t, aid the former Brldsti king health, happiness and joy at Christmastime and after.
BOW 10, I* mating an excellent
recovery from a Dee. U opera.
San for removal of an aneurysm
from ae abdominal art.".

a Joyful (Christmas Title Companyof :

Naples /7L'ML
J Joyful wishes and the very best ABJTMCTI E4C10VS

of holiday hoppmeee to our many friend. TITLE 11'fIL'UfCI' !

From the four Itl u* '-.tl< eft' NAPLCA rLAstle *

Barbara, Douglas, Rottmtrj A Bt

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1964 d.t t froomrg

TT HE* if fjC*TT 1C? Tf aw If TSllT 1C* if1C* I .. .. . .SC..e..e

Deck the joint again with holly,
A Few Thoughts On Christmas"For It IS the season to be ChoU,.

Hid) St. Nick ia rounding the bend,

nation shall rise against nation, ministering our abundance we must With gifts galore for a passel of friend

and kingdom against kingdom: and there never forget that it was created by freemen aE \ Happih. the Yuletide each year doth arrive,

shall be famines and pestilences, and and that to a preponderance of the To make men of goodwill right glad they're alit,

earthquakes In divers places. world's people, government under laws It makes us real happy mainly for the reason.,

"And many false prophets shall rise, protecting the individual from oppression We can: extend to friends these regards of the season

and thai) deceive many. And because and allowing him to work, save and Firstly Merry Christmas to you, dear feader.

iniquity shall abound, the love of many build his own life is but a legendary And to Lyndon B. Johnson, the nation's leaderA

shall wax cold. But he that shall endure privilege.In holiday greeting to the City Hall crew,
4T And the many good folks at the Courthouse, tou..
unto the end the same shall be saved. the years |just ahead America will

MATTHEW 24:7, 11-13 hold great responsibility. There will be All kinds of fine wishes for Merry Yule,

the constant threat of atomic oblitera To YrinclPals. teachers, and all the kids in school l lNoel

In these words the Lord spoke to His tion for whole nations, the turmoil of Caruthers and his excellent cops.
Ditto Sheriff Hendry and his deputies, who're tops()
disciples of the doubts and hardships, the newly-formed countries taking their first

persecutions and moral weakness of uncertain steps toward someday becom A rousing Merry Holidays to John Pulling-Bob Benson 1,

many which would try the strength of ing responsible members of the world Gene Turner, Ban-on Collier and Carl A. Swensou.
Good cheer to the Johnstons, Leslie and Al,
the Christian faith. It was left up to community, the constant play for positionand
And to Leonard II. King, who's been a real pal.
the individual to find within himself the advantages by the two great powers .

courage, alertness, faithfulness and determination and their allies and satellites Na And under no condition should we overlook
Old Chiz, Oscar Yanson, or the wily snook.
to face up to his responsibilities tional government. will loom large on the
Not to mention Bill Godley and Don Q. Wynn,
no matter what the confusion and stage Roy Ingram, Walt Wolfe, or the late Errol Flynn I

temptations that might come along.In Amid distractions of such huge im 4
Yuletide Greetings to Postmaster Ken Rogers
that world of over 2000 years ago port there is in our own country a present ,
"Tad" Fraser, "Rip" Frazer & the L. A. DodgusThe
this was a stern order, but the only one danger that we may not look closely best to "Ki" Cox and Judge Harold Smith,

that could be given. It remains with us enough to the sources of our strength ; Wilson Dyches, John Wood and their kin and kith

today as a key part of the Christian mes We must not turn away from the whole 7ltKRIv
The merriest of merries to Margaret G Scott
\ ,
:; <.r". .'.,,, 'j'<,
record of our history and with the '' j jf
sage.As sway _!", '/!'(f'x: : Jim Adams, Maury Lee and Murgntroyd Blott.A .
Christmastide again touches its pressure to accept the old idea that Hall to Sam Colding and Rudolph the Fitzek,

special magic to all the Christian worldlet achievement can best be realized through Candler Brooks, John Meli and the latest statistic'

each of us in our own way consideranew collectivism.If iCD The Best of BoyleBY The happiest of holidays to friend Mamie Tooke.

the essential goodness, the hope, WASHINGTONASSOCIATED Mel Bigley, Bob Combs, and an issue of Look.

and purpose of human life which is the we seek central government responsibility HAL BOYLE PRESS The same to the Brack boys, Yarby and Ted,

eternal message of the Christmas season.In for our domestic welfare and Tom Treadwell, Dick Cox and the old homestead.Let .

this country especially, let us also accept its domination of our lives, we "Will Santa Claus really com holding up a small shiny figure."What's ". joy reign supreme for Luther Hill,
this What's this?
this time belief In the to our house?" That If the most WASHINGTON (AP) Railroads
reassess at our shall cease to exist as a great nation. We anxious question In America grumbled Santa. "You're too, and five operating unions Junkie Fleischmann, Roy Smith and Wm. Gill.

Importance of the individual in the cannot afford to bs preoccupied. To sell today. It U answered In the fol. late, my pack Is already load' have made progress In discuss. A Hail to "Champ" Watkins and Eddie the Joins,

scheme of things that built our nation. the world our newest and most precious lowing column, written for par. ed." Ing Issues that had brought astrike Norm Hen-en, Vince Wood and the local Roans.
"It is to the
nts to read aloud to their chll. only my present threat and the talks will
This alone can give us the material vitality thing individual freedom we must dren. Since its first appearanceIn world," said Cluny. "I made It;, continue Jan.,5. And leave us remember Raymond F. List,

and strength to checkmate on a first keep It for ourselves. 1948, It hat become a scrap at bight In my room all by This word came from the fed Bob Keely, Don Elwood and the game of Whist.

physical basis the oppressive, naked book favorite In many homes.Jff.'jff. myself." eral mediator, Francis A. OII The best to Bob Adams and taster G. Norris
force of Communism throughout the Santa took the little figure I Neill Jr., who said some ad. Doug McGoon, Bill Bailey and Robert Morris.
from her hands. It was a beautl.'
it will From the beginning, the strength of ful angel with butterfly wings I'vances bad been made on job A "
world. Most Importantly, keep security, the major remaining Merry Ho Ho to the Ingram called "Casey,
Christianity has come from its concern NORTH POLE (AP) He's and a robe of purest white. In Charlie
alive the greatest power which America question. The deadline for Bishop, Bill Tucker and Wm. G Tracy.
for the Individual him offl her hand the angel held a small I has again been ex. The to Paul Bell and Don
has possessed throughout her nationallife testing relyingon Santa Claus Is on his way at magic wand. agreement same W. Lander,
his belief and steadfastness and of tended, O'Neill said, and thereis Pitt Orick, Eddie Downs and Jess Alexander.
the Irresistible appeal of standing capacity last.The "It is the angel peace, at present no threat of a

before the people of the world as a for spiritual greatness. In these nous Jolly reindeer old saint are and looming his fa. explained"Why Cluny.Clunyl" said Santa, strike over Job security. Joyeux Noel to Rex Lehman and Bob Deville

living monument to the spiritual and ma- years of danger we cannot base our through the arctic skies right "this Is better than all the other These talks are apart from non. Bill Reynolds, AI Barkau and Buffalo Bill.

terial achievements of which free men political and economic lives, any more now, heading for the American gifts put together. I'll see that wage negotiations unions by which three\ have, Sound J. G. Sample a Christmas peal,
: operating
than border. He'll reach It tonight your angel waves her wand for And ditto for Judge Stanley and Timothy Casteel
our religion, on anything else. posed the threat of a strike after
are capable.In The Northern Lights switched one day at least over every I
our preoccupation with ad- MERRY CHRISTMASI! on to a clear, steady green home In the land." Jan.l. Raise a cheer and roll out the barrel,
the "go-ahead" signal And the And he picked up Cluny endgave I I WASHINGTON (AP) -. The For Rhys Beatty, John Slater and "Toby" Carroll).
1 0'.J'Z Royal. Canadian Mounted Police her a big whisker-tlckly' amounts of certain radioactive Good Wishes Steve Briggs, Dewey Polly, C. C. Carter
!h- 46. !hJlZ. !h. ohYr.4.J.J'. . -.tlr-.tr-t2-, -..;r- -.rI'r- -.rI'r- -.rI'r- -.rI'r- reent Santa this mel.apl"w. kiss on her cheek. Then he i I material found in milk In the Denny Woodward, Nicholas Minarich, Wm. Hartter
are clearing all air lanes picked up his long whip againand i I United States Increased after
in your path, old boy. There Is cracked it sharply in the i I the Oct. 16 nuclear test by Red Yuletide jollies to John "Muscles" Becker,
no speed limit for you tonight. frosty air. China but levels are well Carl Hertzberg, Herb Zipprodt and a triple-decker.
f InHistory The aky Is yours. Go ss fast as within the of acceptable For
Today II. Milton
range Link the
same stuff
{e4 tquu "Ho, ho, hoi Here we got" he !goes,
I I you And like.Santa Good needed luck!I" that wide roared. "Ho, ho, hot' Here we' Service health risk says,, the Public Health Ditto Paul G. Rogers and Norman Bowes

clear road In the sky, for his big got"The Yuletide
red sleigh was piled so high eight reindeer leaped forward .> WASHINGTON (AP) A lights bum nice and bright,
In MAt U a Swta eWa! I with gifts It overflowed. It and the big sleigh began storm has blown up around Un. For "Doc" Dave Palmer and ol Horace Heidt,
V looked like a flying hayrack as sliding through the snow Faster ,> dersecretary of Labor John F. Thad Moss, Hiram Merrell and Lorenzo Walker,
By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS It raced through the cold crisp faster faster and then Kenning. Secretary W. WlllardWlrtx Jack Luse, Ben Parks and some fast talker.
Today U Thursday, Dec. 24, they were off the ground and is known to be seeking
The story of Christmas never grows old... Each year It the 339th day of 1964. There are air."Oh, dear, oh, dear," worried into the air Hennlng's departure, but the Yoicks and Ho Ho to Addison Miller,
bums anew In the hearts of men. Back In 1897 the New seven days left in the year Santa, Just before the takeoff."I Santa was on his way. And undersecretary Is strongly !Hank Watkins Rol Staley and Phyllis Diller.
York Sun carried an editorial which grows more beautiful Today's highlight\ in history do hope none of the presentsfall tonight, If you go to bed, be will backed by AFL-CIO President A Hail to Ed Belavek and Thomas McGrath,
every time It Is reprinted because It expresses the spirit On this date In 1814, the Trea. out and bean some poor innocent come to your house, whereveryou George Meany and Chairman Harmon Turner, Tom Hutchison & Grapes of Wrath.
of generous giving It has a spirit that 1s Immorul. ty of Client was signed by the rabbit down below. I believe are. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. of the
No doubt, you have read this editorial before..the answerof United States and Britain It of. this must be the hea\ <...' House Education and Labor Greetings galore to Adelaide and Zita
an editor to a little girl who wrote him to ask If there tidally ended the War of 1812. load I've had In 20 years." Committee. Red Graber, Gabe Luff and Ted Fiorita,
On this date ," Disparity between the ap. David C. Jones and the
"What is he fretting about Brothers Burton
It 1s
was a Santa Claus During this Christmas season, a ,
In 1809, American frontiers whispered Donder to Vixen. preaches taken by the secre. John Van Arsdale and
our big friend Merton\
privilege to again reprint this editorial man and soldier< Kit Carson was "He's only riding in the sleigh, tary, a lawyer and former pro. ,
We take pleasure In answering at once and thus prominently born. we have to pull It." lessor, and the undersecretary, Kick up a Yuletide Hootenanny,
the communication below, expressing at the same In 1939, Pope Pius xn Vixen laughed so hard the 1 ', SO LhBt a Iong4lme unionist, have led to For IIarv Jordan, Herm Teetor and Farmer
time our great gratification that Its faithful author Is thanked President Franklin D. .v friction. Fanny
bells on her harness tinkled In others Joe Gormican, Bill Loach and El
numbered among the friends of the Sum Roosevelt Or appointing a personal merry music. And all the other rI George Vega,
Bob Miller Dick Lambert
"Dear Editor.-I am eight years old, representative at the Vat. reindeer laughed, too. I ;1I18y -JNaML You and a wee drop of Strega.

"Some of my little friends say there Is no Santa Claus leas As Santa Claus climbed up Say a good word in St. Nick's hearing,
"Papa says 'If you see It In The Sun It's so.' In 1942, UA bombers made a Into the seat of the sleigh puffing 6 for mentioning For Hugh Bremerman and Don "Slim"
attack ... Deering
"please tell me the truth Is there a Santa Claus? surprise on Japan. a little because he has Ar THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Dill Goddard, Bill Morton and Chaz. Alexander!
held Wake Island.
gained this Jvortiiort Hunk tool
O'llanlon some weight winter, Our you
""Virginia In 1943, President Roosevelt three black and white penguins Frank Clayton, Charlie Jung and the Oleander.And .

15 West Ninety-fifth Street"Virginia announced Eisenhower that would Gen lead Dwight the Al.D. front waddled of the across reindeer.the snow In t Sa .. :' .' ?t: q. \... pray forget not good ol' Leon McCormick,
lied Invasion of Western Europe. "Here, here, get out of the t AMiU5 L .OV ,. -- Elmer Fridey, Carl Hoffmann, (n' things atomic,
your little friends are wrong. They have been In 1943, former federal eon. way, pleasI" said: Santa Claus 'EJ"T', .., OO"OIt.ItAvtL. Arnold Haynes, Howard Lesher, the Macklc clan,
affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age They do not vlcts who had been in the armed Importantly. Then he asked In .d, Len Rosen, John Byrum and that sly Peter Pan.
believe except what they see They think that nothing can services one year or more were surprise M1ftUSE I MIGtR

be which is not comprehensible by their little minds. All granted full pardons and their "Why, what are you penguins KRfl'i'f !t..1.r.U, A rit: u t 11 A L U It L There are other friends, tested by time,

minds Virginia, whether they be men's or children's, are rights as eltltens were,.,tored. doing up at the North Pole any. 1 |lu.k.w\ ,, ...IJ"'UH pCO T L L t1 1 0 D Whose names withstood all cffoils at rhyme.
little In this great universe of ours man Is mere Insect, Ten years ago Communist way? You're supposed to be at kllll( II \\ bud .. i A S O to It t T S But 121 we have managed to list-mus,

an ant, in his Intellect, as compared with the boundless Yugoslavia admitted a growing the South Pole." 4 KiiliKM U \rgi1ii.hh ADC P T S .H ? Ii... To Evah-body Else, a sincere MERRY CHRISTMAS
world about him measured the movement tor the Injection of "We're on a vacation," said U Spntcn
as by Intelligence capable K ll.iii n : .R 0 c c: .'f L DAM P
more in the \ I teal
of one of the "We're
the whole truth and penguins.
grasping ,
knowledge Five years ago Christmas looking for Florida. Have you 11 tumm I'nmU""ti lu J6 ('u''"' III. C \JT It A H A TO" BARBSBY QUICK QUIZ
shopping suffered In New Yorkas see it anywhere?" '7 Sort A S t 0 L Eo i 11 G I 11 I.
Yes, Virginia, there Is a Santa Claus He exists as certainly efforts to end the newspaper "Climb aboard! Climb 191un|Indolent:: M Held [ NOt O. TOOTS HAL COCIIRAN

as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you strike reached a stalemate aboard! boomed Santa "171 UIKlollH 41itfueamarn Go A L A t R M rl. S Q-Who it called "penman
know that they abound and give to your life Its highest One year ago Pope Paul VI, drop you off there. But, I must The cost of living Is really of the Rvolution"7AThe
beauty and Joy. Alas) how dreary would be the world If In his first Christmas message, say, this is the first time I ever I: !U r 4t> list.'Inu-. SOLUTION 0' YUIUD.Y'S 'UIlIl high when part of it II due to American patriot.

there were no Santa Clausl! It would be as dreary as If said ending hunger was theworld'i picked up three hitchhikers 14Ugnlh 17 br u,,,rl1H mi |irpiriplant | tOWN: 6 ltd "IIII' living too high. e John with Dickinson, who is credited
there There would be no chlUHlk No 1 problem wearing tuxedos." ; writing the Articlesof
were no Virginias I'.ilin lilt
t' KI.IK "in, 1 I lien We wonder, somebody Confederation in 1778.
pan .
faith make tolerable this Just then Mrs Santa Claus "itilM I, I 7.
then no poetry, no romance to 1'1 48 \", Si,i1 iI" g rtulxn really reach the moon,
existence We should have no enjoyment, except In sense . . . piece came of running out waving a long; : ( r.Mhll.l, I-ui, in* .' ILitakMtt load they'llnut out what/ hap Q-What it the meaning of
and sight, The eternal light with which childhood fills the paper. :W: ll.>,>,NJ4 ,1,1111"" J Muuauln 8 Buadall to the cow that/ the word "GUu'mGltd"Aolive
world would be extinguished. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS of"You almost forgot" your list : Nun, ,.l ,llu HI I WlMOt IRK 9 tdllllc: jumped over it. oil press.
good children, she said
Not believe In Santa Claus' You might as well not believeIn MICHAEL CMANCt Eit..Publliiter. "Never mind," replied Santa ... hire watchIn THOMAS HAVEN. Auoclctt, Editor, :J\ ( rlllllll..! M I \rrtlttot: : court 10 A Q-Wow
fairies You might get your papa to men to '1 don't need it. This year I'm IS Harm : 4.H_ many nation t9
all the on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus, MARSHALL WYATT. Ad. Min.|.r ;/M/ t..rU kill S Orlcni date have exploded a nuclear
chimneys ALSERT. OrOUKA. MfcM. au.... going to give a present to every 1 16, .\nckocJO
but even If they did not see Santa Claus coming down, DAVID HERMANSON.. Clr DI,...,... little boy and girl, good or bad. ;-r Uvt forth I. 1 1It' device?
what would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus but that MRS. LOUISE DAUB Olflc MrBIM. The bad ones will feel sorry 1 4 J. 1 t/ lNt A-Five United States,
1 Soviet
Is no sign that there Is no Santa Claus. The most real then, because they know they "( 1I. ./f .J n For ease France and Union Great Britain,
things In the world are those that neither children nor men P.bII.a.d duly:: .Cr..,Monday don't deserve a nice present. h tt Coup Communist China.
can see Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of .M Col.aeurda'.' Cent t".Publ.s.1n, byIM It'll make 'era try harder to be I. IS K cook strange bow many When
,. = t.: good next year." l6 Bc Messed. driven think a four-lane highway Q- did Alfred Lunt
course not, but that's no proof that they ire not there. No. Mad.ddrwshP.
.. O end Lynn Fontonnc
PI* MM "That Isn't according to u 27 Hr.lr+,n was put there for them begin
can conceive or all the wonders there are .. IU1.T..epMne. ; ll
body Imagine 'fa their i
Midway 11107 for .11 Hoyle, said Mrs Claus, who 10 Of theGrarnUm to cut across without a signal. stage careers
and unseeible In the wOI'ld.Tou .
unseen New York
dspanm.nt.. likes to play bridge. "But U I' II 11. lJII"'
tear apart the baby's rattle and see what makes the a a a a does make sense, you old softie. / / :s2 Our ONffi .it that an A-On Oct IX 1924, In
noise Inside but there Is a veil covering the unseen world aulllcrlpe ".,.* ." If ; U r! l1 11 14 tidal ambulance .it "The Guardsman."
: empty out to
Iy carrier or malL MX Ibl.' III
which not the strongest men nor even the united strength advance.On. Santa stood up to crack his amn pJ50 pick up business when itspeeds Q What
of all the strongest men that ever lived could tear span. Y.., Sll! II* Monti V.M, whip In the air the signal to It J' JI 0 J' Rad.l( on the Mghmry. braced- tit the territory Delmara it em
Only faith, fancy poetry love, romance can push aside Tara Month* IMS. be off. But then he beard a pen-
Member of Tn* Aaaoclate Proa*. JJ JfU ,. J.IaI': marls?
that curtain and view and the ,, .., small voice crying]
picture supernal beautyand was N ontltlM Iu..vNy b (0.w. Folks to the kitchen A Most of
..... go and
tar If .U lee.1 "WallIl'lea.. wait! 19 .
glory beyond. It" all real? Ab, Virginia, In all .. Jl JI Jf wtn certain food conunercUis of
newt item rmtof In 50.0 paper k was Cluny, Santa's favorite : '1 Z / f 40 Ns parts Maryland and Virginia.
this world there Is nothing else real and abiding. wall a all AP now diepelc***. are on television, and .
.. .. little elf The other elves go*. .. 41 S award
I"' .* M Mcend (leaa n t1r .t 10 4t 43 o4 4S else.
ttw Past Otfw* St Nipfot. rtorM. slped about Cluny and said she 41: Bvk*+ eat something. .
under Art ol Mere* 1> iM7.rtw SUM Q-What two Democratic
was clumsy at making leys. But ., 4) i
Thank and he lives
No Santa Claus Godl He lives Santa knew it was only because) 0:41: / tool Wives should drew to presidential candidate opposed .

forever A thousand years from now, Virginia, nay. ten NEWStilbility .assess III ........ she was so young He liked her 4t J. Sf 44 ayl it"" please therr ktutendj says Lincoln. n 1IWA
times ten thousand years from now, he will continue to rev tM rvtttr* .. ..ooli. ..ito( because she had a good bean _? // l>cUri writer Heating trecr --Stephen A. Douglas and
make glad the hearts of children, mamiMnpU or prwloercoh .r.." said the tint ell p OP 5on. 4' i I Iccdrl,."1 last year* clothes. John C Breckiandgebt


RMM Malls Edna Cross Vir- COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i. h... Ttelrrf.7 JtoeMIMr 1lass I A

?!!.\. Hospital t R port gM* lOehU Paul Folaom.Julie

' mmokalee News ttif 1M br .." Pansy and MN. Harry Mans .baby eN !..... ttlchlnl baby m

12-16, curt MMfwQy and baby boy, Julia girl. ''ii-uta
Lewis. Laura
.'wlet BY MRS W. h. OAMXrrIt FBMfce and baby gin Enl 12-l8t Nr.andMre.RlchardLeRoy..Grey Mr. and Mrs. lad
__ .,_ Lozano
Mary Roqfaarden,
-'- .R..aq.rIt Eugene Bonacker. CNte.VfVh. baby girl, Mr. Randall shanabarger hat y \

was a Christmas party time Freda Steven, and and Mrs. Frank L. Simians, ,lrL
Ing. The gown featured a scol. 12-lrt Fred ... P '
(or the Girt Scout of Immokalee loped neckline and .ena. baby boy Pwrtcl* Chance and Jr.. baby gtrl Mr. and Mrs 12-20 Mr. and Mrs. MtlamDovglaRoland :-
long sleeveseonc trlcla Chance Earl
this week, On Tuesday the Junior In calla lily point, she rau'll1O Crtlg, bate boy,Bonne Matt and baby GUberto G. Nunez baby girl, -baby girl;

Girl Scout, Troop NO Sit,under wore a three-tiered Moulder. Morrow BonnIe Men, girl, Uela Brewer. Raymond Mr. and Mr*. Cleveland Mllea- Mr. and Mr*. Roberto V.

the leadership. of Mr. Joyce length veil of silk Illusion, and Alex Hanwfg, Howard MlaJMy, Law Loaano. Frieda baby girl, Mr. and Mrs. How- Newton -.., boy.
Shops and Mr Cannon Single. James Je Mary
carried a white orchid sur. TrawieV. Paejlte Morrow ,
tall, held their party at the rounded by whit mum r Bran' ey, Patsy Alfred Mary .....rden Elizabeth a

Lion Den The girl exchangedgifts : Miss Gloria Wagoner wa*maid hne*, Cheater Bryant Walker
and presented their mothers 1. -Hi John Davidson Lon-
of honor, and she wore a street ll-lli MrienSorenaenDe'nle '
with a Christmas wreath they length dress of green brocade nle .T T 'hnson. Lloyd Peantutw.l .
Myera, Patty Robertson
made Refreshment were with -\
matching bead piece and : Janet GryBernteeNe'
served to the group Mother veil { Nti and baby girl, James Dining*
and carried a cascade boo. r '< ) '.uineneSlrmM.Nncy
attending were-Mrs Betty +' ham Mary Brant ley. Clara
Quet of white mum Virgil h nlf! >. Trinidad Puny Otcar
Roney, Mr. Fay Rime, fn. Leeds, Nancy Mite and baby d
Glend Walker, Mrs Rutherford, Marl wa wa best man and Wayne Gec!<', usher
Mr*. Henry Pementer Qress:ir,Judy Btolenkt Bonnie
Mr*. Mr*. Roebuck changed to i pink ll-l t Cuene 8onacher.Mbere 1
(. 'rams Jane Shllll- .
King, Mr* Percy Brown and wool suit with whit aceorle Miry Jetties, EhMnoreChanvtoii. ;
Mrs. Leitha Miller brter; tarranoa Maxwell
for a honeymoon trip through .Janet Gray and baby
The third grade Brownie 1:-Hi
held Florida. will Ucy WrMif.Jamej, girl TrlnMtd Nwtei and !
They reside In baby ,
their party at the Lion Den Met'h 1 Edith MnllMl Wmd I
Tampa where h* will continue girl WlUene Slmtna and baby I
Wednesday This was also Schneider
Riyrtwid Morgan.
his education { II
girl. Lonnle Johmon, Bonnie
mother day for the moth.nof Eu' Devle Miry Skinner.
this troop and each girl served Corttne. I
lOa: 1nf.Buttron .
mother 12-30 Lave
her refreshments and LaoyW right, me
John Martin of Black Trailer Everett Duke. pnKl
presented her with a colored CUwson, Judith Molchbil and
Park wa released from t Forehand Lbi BlcWorJ.Mlchel ;
Naples -
candle they made and set Ina baby boy, Mary Jane Shambtr
hospital Monday. Mr. J.
Miller: Pitrtct
coaster .surrounded by holly Marl drove Mr*. Martin over to Jlmmle Vilktf Gurly.Uurl gr and baby girl CUrrlsaa 1.1 II' I ''I'''' '' .>1 I'h'Io\II'-' \ ,

GUw.r.Mr exchanged TheLeader pick her husband up. Mr.Martinis ItA TRINE CARTWRIOHT Elmer Lytle Smith Michael Nance. II"+ l 1).11 ..I I II,. t "Mil \)1.1"t' 0,1 I br.
Walter Garrett, Smith.
and assistant Mr*. Freda Lan. a fruit Inspector her In 1m. 12-21i John 5t trouse.Walter 12-21 JohnDavldon.Mrv 1,1.1< I f""\ llir >"mln' "I I tin hr-l' 11..1) N,Eh1
m ok alee onTrranee
caster and Mr. Doris Wolf re. Knlpihleld, Anglo Otero, ArtI.mo .-
Joe Worth Is home from Sun. Morgan Daniel Forehand
calved DEWEY
the girl many*. Mothers lovely gifts attending from land Training Center to spend Our Queen Mtttle Louno Robert Virner, James Martin Michael
the Christmas holiday with his Code Denote Burgess.DISCHARGES .
were Betty House, Kathryn Smith James Cimbrell. Helen
parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Ceo. Dewey Polly Realtor
Clifton. Martha Jo Gross, Betty Dressier, Nlnft Dultron and

CombsMarllyn Pickles, Betty Jo Worth., 12-15i George Fitttnturtce baby boy Mildred Roland and and Staff
)fro and frs. Walter Garrett,
Brown, Irma Jean Pendarvl Primping For TampaNaples' baby girl.
Mrs. Betty House and children, Virginia KlJwell Mabel Stephens -
Betty Fassmore, Blue Strick.
Harriet Kenny and Karen, visited with Band Conine)baby BIRTHS
land Mr.
Mr. Garrett' mother Mr ,John Peek. 1216
C.L. girl Mr.tndMrt.Chtrlet
Harold Garrl favorite redhead the evening of November 24th.
The second grade Brownie Garrett, in the WlnterHaven Sunday. Katrine CartwrtgM 1* packing The contest In Tampa, which 12-16i balle1lydch. tier- R. Stevens baby boyi Mr. (STOCK CAR RACES

held their party Thursday at the Among young peopl.spendolnc for a trip to Tampa to compete will be held on Saturday night

Lion Den. They sangChrjstmaa horn the with Christmas their holiday at In the last of a eerie of at the Fort Homer Easterly Ar. set" MERRY CHRISTMAS r4

carol and presented their parent are beauty contests sponsored by mory, will Involve 'OWIewom.
mother with candles they made MlUle Conova, Fay Adams, Southwest Florida Shrtner for en. Including Mill Cartwrlght, fl, m
and decorated In the Christmas Vernon Vandiver, Wayne Marl, the benefit of their work with who have won local contest In the The AICMCX With, I ,.,*.",1 Service the Staff and Management
Mary Miller
them Refreshment were Virgil Salmon crippled children. 13 Shrine Club In the Egypt
served to the group Mother Joyce Glidden, Adrian Straley, Mill Crtwiight wa named Temple district. The winner will I II ..t
attending were: Mri Peggy Westberry Jane Sherrod, queen of the Local fhrlner's Coro. receive a trip to the Crippled ,

Browning, Mr*. R A. Walker, J.leberger W. Burnett and James Shel. nation Ball at the Beach Club on Children' Hospital In Green A dependable| ....,. rat.. Naples Speedway

Mr*. Billy Paul. Mr, Martha vllle South Carolina. ttf
Ible prtrtwtin 'ye
Mr. and Mr j be In the
Carver eQein early
Groos, Mr*. Joyce Sholta, Mr. dren and chll. Following the contest, the pro. Umlly, hams end INettlnrt .r.: openmG
Bill Tyler Mr*. Lesley TayUr, Lake spent the day Sunday In ceeds from the local balls will every LasrM.6a.t I : npl Watlh for our ennouncement,

and Mr. Jack Price. Placid picnicking Janet Gaynor Weds be presented to the Egypt Tern el low through a gleaned pr.' the meantime Nave a Happy
pie I n Tampa, headquarter for cram tt prouctlwi |-. ....
ACCIDENT Gregory Tonight d w Yea,!)
bIIKIII. el Wtejuertttwted
WEDDING the district, to be used In support
Whit Lacy Wright received sever of the Greenville Hospital 6Nntlal In.tII. 1
whitepolnsettla HOLLYWOOD APFrI.ndl.ay
laceration ( cl '
about the face neck .
and palm decorated the First There are 20 Shrine Hospital
Janet the first ac.
right arm and side early Satur.
Methodist Church in North America, 17 orthopedic
day morning u h* was driving tress to win an Academy Ward, S Iill
of Miss and S burn Institutes 140.000patl.nts
Judy Fay Greer and
north on Highway !9. A* the will be married In lag Vegas,
Ted Randel Roebuck, Saturdayat he Nev., to producer Paul Gregory were treated last year.
car was
driving the 4V(
6 p.m Rev. Richard Howe Miss Cartwright will accompanied
Rumsey Tractor driveway, about tonight In her d"U A8ISe..let.,
by mother
officiated at the double ring cere Tampa A
S Miss Gaynor won the 18280.
a. m., an oil tank truck which
mony. Nuptial music was presented had swung Into the driveway to car for her work with Charles Mrs. Delphlne Cartwrlght, lK'UJ
and local Shiners Carl Clem
by Harvel Chandler, or. Sea AVMIIM U rit
turn around Farrell in "Seventh Heaven, "" t r7
ganlst, and Mr. Abe Skinner, pulled out Into the then retired In 1938 after a mer and his wife, Betty, and ,..*.. S-911t1Nepht ,
soloist, path the Wright car. The Earl Hodges and his wife, ,......
decade fol.
car struck the truck betweenthe u a top Mar. The
The bride la the daughter of Thelma.
lowing she married dressd.I1n.r
tractor and trailer hook year
Mr. and Mr*. Walter Greer of up.
Gilbert who
The Wright boy was apparently
Waynesvllle, Mo. She is a 1964 died In 1959 She is 58. Murinate cut cooked green
thrown over the top of the
graduate of WaynesvlU High tanker Gregory, 43, a film stage and beans and use a* a slurring fo
after crashing through
School The groom IS the son television was hollowed with
producer sfriend out tomatoes top
of ),fro and Mr*. Howard Rayof the windshield rushed of the car. Wright of Adrian. H* has been neyonnaise. Serve this aood I
was to Napl..Communlty
Immokalee. He was a ISM Men with Mill Gaynor at Holly salad on peen with diced cold
hospital where be regained con.
graduate of Immokalee
High ciouin**, but could not recall wood event In recent year, meet
school and 1* attending college -
at the University South Florida anything that happened from the

in Tampa ;moment the. truck loomed up ; ,..
Given in marriage by Mr. t R.;; out of the ttarknes, Several

Marls, the bride wn attired In stitch* were required to close 4 9c I
floor>length gown of whit lace a gash over the right eye, and 1

ver, taffeta The bouffant skirt several smaller cars and abrasions. IpTwr* 1

was of net and fashioned In front H* was released from

U reveal foamy nylon net pleat. the hospital Sunday Bight



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Games Hold chtduled three poat-season for this holiday contests week Pass Defense

Top end.

Georgia and Texas Tech clash s Be In
in the Sun Bowl at D Peso, May Key 1
Tea, Saturday while the Blue ,
Billinq This Weekend and the Gray a.star team Shriners GameMIAMI

meet at Montgomery Ala.
., Hardln who recently resigned i (AJ) With four great

Wayne Hardin and Ara Par. Bob Haye and Jerry Rho i%,, a* coach at Navy where he had quarterback firing bullet, pas SPORT
leghlan have their Heisman too.That Staubach for three years, i* one S defense could be the decisive
Trophy winning quarterback added dub tould provide< of the Coach. of the star- factor when the strongest North

i Roger StaUbach and John the difference Friday In th< atttdded South squad. 1f and South coil... football all. . . . . . . . .oo.
Huart. for one more game, North-South all-ttar college ParaegHlan, who helped pull \ tar teams ever aeeembled her
but Hardla and the South have football' game at Miami, one of) humid from the rank of obscurity meet tomorrow In the Orange
to the HeUman Trophy Bowl. 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl... Fl... ThuriJ.y, Doc,mb.r 24 l%4Bonita's
coaches ,the North along with Tulsa's Jerry Rhome and
":oMoM:.&<<:l<<:aaAA :.a d'A'aaAerrt Paul Dletcel of Army, Hardln's Navy' Roger Staubach will be

archrival for three year*. throwing for the South and
Staubach along with Tulsa's Notre Dame's HeUman Trophy
( } Rhome, will have an unusually winer, John Home, and Indl. Dog Track
speedy target In Hayes, the ana's Richie Bader for the
Cbrlstmds Florida AIM flash who 1* recelrlng North.
I i: hip first crack,at major Each team with little time to

competition. work on running patterns, Is ex. This
t The North spent m'hours' cKtt peeled to mount a heavy pass ,Opens Saturday
Wednesday on way of slipping tog attack. .
the double gold medalist. .Pass defense and pass block.
N 1[ from' "They'll complete some pass* Ing will be the most Important The Naples Fort Myers Ken- Henry and "Red" HJ hh0u8e.
.* fan us, but our main concern aspect of this game," said the nel Club located between Naples On the management side.
- I\ II THE.ILLY\: GIRLS U to stop them from getting the South'i co-coach Ray Craves of and Fort Myers on U.S. Kennel Club President John

long bomb" Parseghlan said Florida. "It can determine the 41 In Bonits Springs opens Its Waltman and General ManagerPaul
Dietzel and Parseghlan hope outcome." Wedeles welcomed back
Li Dorie, Jeanne, and to offset Hayes' potential with The game, starting at S p.m. gates for the December eighth season 26. With on Kemper as Associate '
; Herman Johnson of Michigan (EST), will be televised by Saturday. Secretary. Paddock
Barbara t.A4 t.\ State, a defensive specialist who r ABC. both matinee and evening per: Racing Hodson Admissions
ha range, speed and site need Craves and coach Wayne formances scheduled Racing Judge Gregory Wedeles
'd to stop the South end Harflln of Navy said they would Secretary Bill Kemper pre Manager Pete
Georgia will have a problemof start Larry Oupree of Floridaand dicts record breaking handle Mutuel Manager Norman Vlvler
its own In the Sun Bowl The Jimmy Sidle of Auburn at and attendance. and Announcer Harry Barnes.
: Bulldog must top Donnie An. halfbacks and Brian Piccolo of Kemper who has been with The lone newcomer Is chart
derson, third-best rusher In the Wake Forest at fullback in the the track since It first open- writer.Kenneth King who hand
;Jff nation who also caught 32 pats.e offensive lineup. Staubach Is ex. ed for the 19 '18 season has led the same..Job at the Monti-
for 398 yard. He ran for 966 ft.} to at quarterback and
.it. .: ; pected open \ cello pbro greyhoundtracks.
kennels for the90day
lined 12
975 Fifth A..nu. South ft1; yard, an average /lof 4.6 yards ..."'," ;,*. ". 'i. but will split playing time up ;top with 10 .
'J meeting
Per carry. with Rhome.
aaaa.a.a d.ad'a d'a.a Georgia has no one to match COTTON BOWL-Carlotti Lynch. 16. assists In the kick-off The North Ara Par. kennels back from last season A major Improvement at the
: i Anderson but quarterback of practice by the Nebraska Cornhusken at Brownsville seghlan of Notre Dame and the Dock Shockley Kennel and Bonlta oval during the off sea
Preston Rldkehuber likes to run Texas As "Miss Texas Sweet Citrus," she tees up an over. Paul Dietzel of Army, will open the Jibes Black Kennel will son was the grading, resurfacing -
with the ball. In fact, he set a size grapefruit for the toe of Cornhusker Bob Hohn. with Huarte at quarterback M putting In their first appear and lighting of the parking
school record this season for Arkansas will be the opponent for Nebraska at the Cotton Army's Rollle Stlchweh and .ances. Both are expected to lot The area was also enlarged -
may holiday happiness Our best wishes for I yard gained rushing by a T Bowl In Dallas. Arizona State's Gene Foster at jump right into the thick of to provide room for 937

shine brightly in Christmas glowing formation algnal-caller.: ., halfbacks, qnq Tom Urbanik of the fight for the top money. cars-twice as many as last
The Blue and Gray squads, Penn State at fullback.Her .
defend season.
The big bowl weekend Bach to his 1963-64
your heart l with cheer. I workout meanwhile today, finished with Blue up Coach their week with the Rose comesnext Cot. y ahl, York live lined* are the vSoutht starting otfen. kennel ,championship Is John This one Improvement shouldgo

fTTHINSAMAJIGGER math of Minnesotaand ton, Orange add Sugar Bowls i Woods, while. his closest com- a long way toward boostingthe
Murray War
Gray Coach Paul Davis of eel for Friday and the Gator Win TrophiesAs ends, Bob Hayes, Flor. petitor from last season RE:. track to all-time attendanceand
Ida A4M, Ken Hodge, Baylor
Mississippi Slats both optlmls. Bowl and Eut.W..t tame ; "Bob" Thomas also returns. handle records since many
tackles, Charles Hurston, Au.
scheduled for Saturday. greyhound fans stayed at home
tic. burn, Ted Torok, Virginia Others back froutlait season -
Top Racers guards, Bennett Williams, North are the kennels of Julienne last season Instead of fightingfor

Carolina State, Jim McCarthy Cubic Tommy Lee Frank a parking spot
4i ..4 Sincere ra Richie, Yahl and Wally York Duke, center, Bruce Kenton, Schloupe, .WlUUmsChar Other improvements Include
didn't win the big races Saturday Navy. les Todd, Souza Bros., Darby a new track surface and repainting
Good night at Naples Speedway, North ends, Jack Snow, No, of the grandstands.
o L but they had piled up enough ire Dame, Tony CUcobaul, One reason that fans are
point In previous weeks to Iowa; tackles, Jim Snowden, I expected to flock to the trackIn
Wishes emerge a* the top drivers In Notre Dame, Bill Zadel, Army Golden Gate record numbers on opening

r e the late-model and jalopy classes guards, Tom Krzemlenskl, Course Closed day Is the return of last season's -
'wi'n ell respectively. Michigan Bate, Ed Washington,
.plow Yahl and York were presented Illinois center, Norm wlrmlngest greyhound
i win lent trophies Saturday as the quarter Notre Dame.NASCAR. Nicola Christmas Day Laredo Miss Mar, and one of

/ wlihft tor rear mile track closed out Its season. The. Golden Gate Golf course her top twochallengersZoom-
5I f Chrlitmoi aapplnu The speedway will undergo repairs ere
-t: \ will not be open for play to.
and In the Laredo
I reopen near Miss Mar capturedthe
A. morrow Gen. C/E. Jung man.
e I I future, track official* Victory aging dtnctor f announced this fancy of the fans last season
y Big winner Insatutdaynight'sraces morning with her box-to-wire victoriesand
were Bob Dlef nth .ler and observance I' Christmas her battles with J,Ws
O. B. Osceola who:'won 23-lap Dinner To Honor Day tIn and In. order of to let em. Irishman and Zoomer for those
GReetings feature event Dlefenthaler pl.
p.lI ployee spend the day at home hot-box victories.
IeOur loted Mi 1856 Ford to victoryIn I
with families, it was decidedto
the late-model feature. He Hero MembersDAYTONA Miss Mar posted 14 wins
'MVII4..1tuJf'I close the course for the one T seconds and 4 thirds all
"" was ,far back at the start but I
day, Jung said.
'f- threaded through the entire field BEACA (AP) over the 5/16th distance and
to finish in front. Five members of the National was out of the money only I
FOR 1965
Jh Wayne Jone, making tell first Association for Sock Car Auto Beach Club Men twice In 27 outings. Both of
appearance at the track, was Racing will be recognised 1 for her out of the money efforts .I
7" Firm AviNUf I. the leader lor II lap until pas h.rollm.at the NASCAR iory. '
Score Back( Nfhe were the result of first turn-
=.rr led by DlefenthUer and Kenny dinner here In February.. collisions
Vaughn who flushed one-two. Special Twenty four members of the
heroism award will
Beach Club Men's Golf Assocla. The pride of the John Woods
Naples O. B. Osceola in the late go toi
+ model race and LeonardChe.18r Ned Jarrett, driver from tlon played yesterday for low Kennel Laredo Miss Mar is
r a and Richie Yahl won heat events. Camden, SCtt who walked Into net honors on nine hole at the I back for another try at the win
Camera Shop Jim Goff of Punta Gorda rolled flame to pull l the late Glenn club. The back nine was used championship and, despite a ,
\ No. 99 on the north curve be.(Fireball) Robert from his carat lathe scoring poor summer at Wonderland
Yrfur i MmtoiresMs" apuhn.l1715th for the races began and re. Charlotte, N.C. In class A, Oj L Steven was is again the dog to beat at the
1- celved a hand injury. He wa Fred Lorenzen of Elmhurst, the winner with a net 34. T.K. Naples Fort Myers Kennel
( So.
: .i2 not able to compete Saturday ffl.| Larry Frank of Greenville, Montgomery was second with 35 Club. I
Midway 2.2965 Holds Mallory and Wally York S.C., and 0. C. Spencer of In. and Harry Slottag, third with 38. Zoomer running from the
were second and third behind man, S.C., all drivers, who re. Dan Begg ported a 31 to top Tommy Lee Kennel was out
Osceola In the jalopy feature. moved Lee Roy Yarbrough competition In Class B, with
of the three times
+ YoJc won the eml-featur with from his wrecked and burnedcar Will Woodlll and Bill WhIteley money only
Rollle Rice behind him. Guy at Daytona Beach. tied for second at 56. Lyndon last season and ran second to
Osceola and Mallory won heat James D. Etfmor of Fall Brown and Fred WUlard tied Miss Mar four straight times
rM'.1i racea. Church Va., an assistant start. for first and second spot In during one stretch late In the
r Track photographer Hewitt *r at Manassas, Va., who threwto Class C with cores of 38, while season. Zoomer won only 5
e Spaulding donated the door prize the ground Dave Welch, on 37 won third for 1..W. Youker. times but posted 7 secondsand
an oil portrait Harold Miller fire from a gasoline explosion 5 thirds for 17 In the money
was the winner. as he refueled a car, and helped finishes In 20 outings
extinguish the flame
NASCAR' annual sportsman Jap PrincessTo
Joe Lapchick, the pivot man ship award goes to Lloyd Dane
BEST WISHES '9" & for the Original C.ltice. i. In of Buena Park, Calif., and will
his 20th season as basketball be presented at a dinner In Attend GamesIn %
: a. FOR | l t coach at St. John's University. Anaheim, Calif., Jan. 9. '

Orange Bowl WISH 1 r

MIAMI BElCH< (AP) For. ;, ; fORt
4 .;.. mer Princess Bug* of Japan Is (
,1. ..fi4- coming here New Year's day to elrristuias '
l E }f (l' /"l watch Orange Bowl tennis
L i
__ 1- } ;: matche and a football game.
T" very !bent of Bolide ." Former Princes Sup, 22, I. *dteWj aa r
now Mr*. HUanaga Chlmaxu a f
Wish all ; 4.
to friend's. !
our ) and live ]
; Christmas; means in) Washington D. C.She .
From 1 1' : 1* coming with a party of

M y, so many things l 1 ; friend from New York.
HAIELTrallway. ; .; \ The former prince, younger
V spiritual joy, merry ( .1 tl daughter of Emperor Hlrohito
But Station \. ., will be presented tft.the Japan.
r laughter, warm friendships. / see player la quarter final of 7
the Sunshine Cup tennis
May ill these pleasures be yours. ** Jan. 1, according to Edward match-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Humphry Herr tournament director.

'1 hope we will Mill be com.
-4.4.r TAMIAMI TIRE SUPPLY pet Ing then. ," said lS-year.old
hint) Aiada of Kawaaaal,
Japan his country' No. 1 Junior
He and Yoshio Natto comprise t
're the Japeiue team In Sunshine
Cup Junior play, la which 36eountrte
will compete along
Davis Cup lino*.

Herr said Princes Mlchlko 1*
an ardent tennis fan. He added FABRIC
that while football: may be
soaethnng new" to her, she MART
should see a good game be.
tween Alabama and Ten


O atic1etc .f Burger

A/oy your Chrulmeu b* blttttd with the toy

and pear of that Day, when the a 7 PalaceEAST

angels tang the glory of Cod whose Son

C k. lay sleeping in a manger cPlMtO; tttb : THE NAPLESON TRAIL

NAPLES PRESCRIPTIONSHOP We wish each and every one a Merry Chriitma OPEN 24 HOURS
Naplee Florida W will b
and a Happy New Ye.r. *

closed all day Christmas. Ltle. Betty, Wlere the Caftan. Is Jt TOT FJ1fU1'
Harbor Springs Michigan Columbus, OM Dwight and Thomas Norton
5c icton ix townBowl


i I

cow COUNTY NeWS, H."*.. Ho.. Thnn .



Afl creditor of the eeute oVi
r hereby notified and requ.reo: to t 6 .1
Wo any clalma or tfemino'i which
RESULTS THRU WANTS ADS Htty Hv *filnt: said **tt. ,n thtJffflto
of tlioNN County Judge .f To
County. Florida m Th. Cm?i
NoajM" et Naple. Florida wlhin, ," 6 a
Mbmgar month from th* date .f
Wo ftrtt .publication of Tots' notice
too* claim. or dmnd mutt be
to oHting and mutt Hat. She plan
of rotldenct and Pal ad
Moot of tot claimant ,J't k. CHECK THESE
.worn to by th* claimant hit agent
? a his attorney. or II will become
sold according to law
True! Officer
l\l Vivien O Paul Jr
MIDWAY 2-2107- CeEtecutor* 'of the E title SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP P.. PRESCRIPTIONS AIL

of Vivien Gain** Paul. TOM.
11 Pilled I
0caed \k. fin m\y
-AnnouncementsERA'S 23-Miu. For Sib 49-Houtes For Rent 57-HousM For Sal. P O. Boa I4W Prompt Fro Dolln.ryDON'S .
Fort Myer. Florid CARE i rMi

BEAUTY SALON THE: .mUln, Blu Luttr will I bedroom hove' compINN': OPEN HOUSE DAILY I II Dec 10 17. 24 M IM4 #407 Gifts A..tle.*i LIGGETT REXALL \\J.; :"
1071 7th St South Itave your uphoiucry beeutlful furnlihod, cent re I ly locatedteetonel :, .. Soo th I. two bedroom home Jwo.lr ,
Corner of 11th Av. A ly toft and clean Rent electric rente! 13M plus utllljie So. 115tsa Nbpl. Inopolno.' c2.21)6 2JailSERVICE
7th Strt MI t.M 7II hampooor, |1 Naples Furniture *. MI 11771 11/10 tf .tc M, :NA..OV Realtor: IN THE COURT OF THE
North N.p''o. For Sal* or AND FOR STATIONS
UNIFORMSkto(19.91Allpt.w 26 Rant beautiful bedroom, t. ""...m."t Ham on large IM COLLIER' COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
-Personal bath unfurnlahed homo with t IM lot with lott of tree PROBATE No IU ROSSI'S B.rba. 'ho,. NAPLES
1" and large W* have added large playrOom. awlmmlng pool North Nepla' near city ahop- NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn i Pork Si. Ml.....* PEn
irto .lln.! ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS and *.tra lire* utility room, ping Just HOMO, complete. R.. ESTATE OF ''Th,.. Mal.arbors IT RID 0 CONTROL BOB'SSERVICE
UNIFORM SHOP Mn ar women with, drinking. nwarm.w Segt* .chool.IISOOO HARRIETT A FLETCHER. SERVICE .
LINNIE'rB )'.... Fk 1.Bik. problem, Ask for help' by cell per mo. Call 2-1131 *r CARIBBEAN REALTYREALTORS decaed Na"8"' CENTF* p
Hond'1&t.li7r .. ,
2 llll. MCloae '
and MI 2-43M. VlMtor II1 + STATION
cordially All creditor of th* eitate ef HARRIETT U.V Olt NIGHT
welcomed Meeting ,In First I7M No Ttmiaml Tr MI I.S18Si A FLETCHCN, deceaaed: ,
to Gulf I *nd. Golf I ape" > Open 1-5.JO ticeei Sun. Rood. Jorvl.e
Bapt.tt Church Anna. on Sthat Claus, I Bedroom Houaa. See. Bedroom 2 bath. D.n. Oa. are hereby notified and required to i Men End Giy Hole, RATES Oft duly W.,..
It. 7th Ave. every Tuet and tonal *r yearly ,..... 14/2 MufH rata. I Ton Air Conditioner and. file any claim or dmnoa which J ,

.* Frl n,|ht >t I'i* p' M _.prlvo. Coaulno tandt turnlahed Dish waah.r 11100. Furmihed lit 14th Av.un. they in*my office hav of aainat the County said Judieol oatateIn H U.I"I.: .:,.Y-.. vi.. loll Den *t NlaKi Ml. ."" .060 North Tr.iIIII/ 2 Ml?

otorcycl Herley Davidson /to. Phono t-41'0 Collier. County Florid. M the
"" tf
33-Services Brand formatted .
L tport. modd. 1183. Shadowwn Offered new cott.. courthouse at Eaat Naplee Florida. CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR
NaplM 12/22 It for rent In city 2 block from iEE YANKEES LANDINQ i iAn within sac, calends month. from 'h.
beech Living room bedroom ..Cltl", new waterfront con .lot. of tfi* tint, .publication of this
SEA WALLSCONCRETE kitchen and bath Tel 2 79Ml domlmum, | MO to IIS.000 I44Choaapeak _'.*. Each claim' or demand mutt JAEGER INSURANCE
-Boats-Motors Acen.IMS "n it Ave Shown by epBURT'ON bo In writing and mud state the JERRY'S y'SIO '
: WOOD ROCK i bedroom 2 bath unfurniehed : place Or realdenc' and .poet office, ad. DRY CLEANING r Yifir!
Foundation Piles home in th* Mooring. Ml I 2 4422 PROS INC tuosRID&E dross of tli. claimant. and must b* seal M0ey-laly ... .V..NTAIHOHO..IO."I
O'DAVlb.I. to by the claimant his agent OHE DAY
... or 22I7S 12/21 H .VitW''t'Xi Ho"
1.lIbo.t. or hi.* attorney. or It will become ar full '
Docks-Mooring Whips Pretty furmthed college near 2000 pan foot furnished void 1C to "law SERVICE It N."LII SHOPPINS CINTIO S 10'.. Nne/a \
1'n'I ; /
horn ;
CHRIS CRAFTS on doubl lot I block NATIONAL
IAOEN Land Yacht Harbor wator
itxt Boat Boat .roke.... Automatic drydock TV. cable city from beach, In.ooo.MARLOWE BANK OF MIAMI. M2 4tKA.,... s.. Ml. 2-73W NOSY SNAIL' MI 0-1000 OURS OMHANTtlDIII

.ru".lmlth ChrisCraftoh ABBOTTRadio 11711 or Ml .* .I7.I."iiI7MJ Mums FloridaEeoulor lEnA,. Im HO I.HOi I
M.rtln MI 1.3757 AND BECK f the I slots of

,250 buys a dandy 19 C" "ibsr.ant Road Nwly ...or.'ad I bldoorncott. REALTORS Harriett Fletcherdececaed. DRIVE INS
boat. Si hp Homelite 4 f S042 nm 14471 .... aa..n 1750. M' 1311or / 41] Fifth, Av*. SoMl By Morton B Nichola JEWELERSMEADORS' UPHOLSTERYjJl :
l/clt onin. plus water tklt" 15161. II/n If IS221. 21401, ItSSl Vic* Preaident '

I. jackatt. tido curium, top. 36-Wanted To GUilt hDU... now vacant c,,,. Dee .. 10 l>. 14 IM fill RULES t I TROPICAL.
Jill 2 SI30 before 9:30: I m, or Buy to '
147M alter 10 .. offl"\1\1.block N HOMES STONE ww IUR 1ft-
m 12/1 tfChrliCr hooch, k, BY V UPHOLSTERY
Uted tlciua truck. wonted, 12/n NSORooms Wo hav. the folowlng homo OP" TNf: I
?tTwin Englnn' IN THE CIRCUIT WURT wontfy ",u" 'r"l 1"tSm50'tarnIlRn I t '
lead. Depth; Finder. S..rchqM. Ceo! cenJlllen, leKlman \\Krltee. rultl', TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT OFFLORIDA Custom D..,.. ..
Cab l It Preeefty Mlnt.nnc c.. TwO hens. IN AND FORCOLLIkS .awrnj.i" JEWELRY 4 : '=::::: 7.".
IC: r.in:3. 121 $ 3't1 Snoot South f FREE
2111. 12/2Z Uh CHANCERY lamCllpm '-'!' Ml | IOSI71V I 1 ESTIMATES ,9
ole Lrc.IMa Circle513.100, ADOPTION J For fete out erdera ,
I sown custom built bo.t. 38-Autos For Sale Diverss will chary oartmont ROYAL PALM CRIVk\ I Two SBR Chancery No iOW "**fn ruff otifafdo ally fimlfa FIFTH. IOU0. SI 12..hS'.H.. Ml.3-J30J J
o HP .I.ctrie M.rcury mots with .m. Mf 2..15 loom. at (11,000 oil SiO.KS IN PETITION OF
llati' bottom very fait list For WILLIAM .. ITOHI, INC.Bulldds N"O and
Idea bill .
uted In
car buy .
fleneon, Poet: Marco, Ml i.MI4Hu : Room 0nd Board .0". 1o iii
town it* Rod et WOODCHRYSLER
2/11 t' PLYMOUTH 1.1413. 11/1 If JO T.'h I' H.. WI H" DO"0'H:0D8: SUIT

North Trail. Roo", for rent ,In prlv. home TO: JEWEL LEE KNIGHT

FOOT FIBER CLASS I to 3t5S.working mom 0' wonton 12/1. MI t' 58-LoH For SaU You Addree are hereby Unknown notified! that th* Bills Picked Take
[BOAT MOTOR AND TRAIL. 1958 BUICK CENTURY HT above named petitioner las filed to
IER. EdO IESNNEWNSOTTOM Room for rent, kitchen, prlvl TRAIL TERRACE OR NORTH a pet.llon In the ebove atylod Court I'
: (tie*' Cell Mr*. Oituno H41.51Wlnted for th* adoption of th. minor childt.med
PAINT EXCELLENTSHAPE. Good H.." lflen. FuU free.'- 12/24 M I Reeldentltl lot*. M nlll' ....h.Cloo. therein to.wit! VINCENT
( S99j,00 MI 5.?uo. R 4 ty} or will ..in location City water NAY KNIGHT' and you aro rooulredby
for small fa.elan "'. Call available Good Inveatment for to Show cameo If any you av. Title
MI. 2-62.2 To Rant builder, Offered at U,,000 for why the corns should not granl;;;1 Chargers First
5-Buslness Opps. tho Shown by appointAtaoelatet ..rvlne' 5 copy ol your written
I Bedroom unfurnished house. Tan Cckalo .f.....* upon Jama R. Adam. Attetrnay i
los 414
for Petitioner
ads of .prlnc' leaking OK USED CARS year rou nd.52-Real Call MI I.Mil. Ma plea. Florid" end by filing the
ota ef financial c.fh Qua"lineal 12/24 Lucille 011. Virgil M.reum original thereof with tho Clerk ofaoid
fry' Iliad con.tructiM INGRAM CHEVROLET Nobl Wright Court on or before January 11,
end rsmdshog ,,,Id. decree .b*
1MI othafwia ( may
:,..jato Individual wlllin I 'IWO Estate Wanted o..Ioro4 ...'n,' you IrantInl acid kt&m
sat In advisory opacityrpu..tnd. VW. t door sedate I9M M DEWEY POLLY ..doptlon.WITNU'. ijou'n'MDy
Reply ... O Box Will finance low down pay my had. ... Idea ..salof
10M Naplet., Fit-. 1211t I mast lo qualified buyer CallS W.n11S buy In or near Naple* REALTY NM. Court al East Naples' FkrNs .
794 or 1 Mil, 1271t Small houM or i Writ.; INC .Rlbd

TOP GRADE USED CARS o n, Nits:#3. Ligonlor, Os. Oo c..*" Polly. Realtor Clerk MURRAY OLUkRM I.

On. chance .In 100.000.. Going. COLLIER COUNTY 11/17 Corner T.I.let Av.Troll. No, andS By: Harriett C'.rllI E StewartOeputy Sports Editor:
oversoaa. Leading Import bow.nos MOTORS M'' 2-3354 /. JAMES R. ADAMS
for many yarn. roadwins Newspaper Enterprise Ann.
54-Trad Sell P. o a*. 4is
from substantial com For the betl uted car buy In or UNIT APARTMENT SITE Naple. Florid
panlee. t'.l: operate from homoWared : town ... Jack Whtdd.n WOOD I block t* beech. .."., "..Id.mon.I. Attorney for PetitionerDo BUFFALO, N.Y. (N I I' A) O.K. M beeutlful Lake ,
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH.North Trad door lot 17th It. ellopnInS try 11500 *. 4, 11. IS. 2IffO .> !
view ] bedroom houae For d. Trail 1221t cntr facing two afreet. of the world' be cll'l'JiIIIIIIIIIC.' I"'r&
will '
talk contact Otto R..... Pin' Fort Uuderdel. Value M.000. Severe! I.In. Pert .*..1 .t
-ana. Clermont Fla. 194 21JI. I9M File** 2 door ted". la*. Trade for *0 to 100 acraa on loss "I..u"4'.4. ef alt/ IN THE COURT Of THE on the adore of Lake Erie: this \vcckcnd.! Hut it nil do
2/24 Jt12H.lp rlflc. for quick' eel* |42i. Call highway, will pay difference lt* In viy eflte *rckt, COUNTY ,
22Nor I MS3 12/21 4t Mall price': and location to P, iMmck : RANDOLPH FULLER. RaanorPALMER COLLIER JUDGE "ID,.., Mends| on wlilch kliote jou'ic' hitlinSimie \YYrq

100 South Ocean Orlv., HARRIS Aatoclal' IN PROBATEIN \ l2..r! K> IN's'Ile will jam into War Mrmnrlnl
WantedSpERIENCEfi For the beat toad ear buy In Fort Loadodalo '1.. 12/24 7' | j
town tee Leo Newtom, WOOD. Craylon Dy 1.114.Coy* Naplea Ev'*. ,1 Fie IIniIOGIVIIW SAMUEL RC: EkfAlk.D OLAODINQ uf Stadium In Buffalo Saturday to see the mils, after five frustrating
Short Order cook sod dl.hw..h..r. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHNorth Dec aa14
yean, entertain the San Diego Chargers for the
..ron.'.. MI 1.7300. IZiI If Trail 1221 55-Stores Office LAKES Cor. TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER'
! cooks BARGAIN If thr ever was nor of lid St 4th Av*. NrthBooutlful SONS HAVING CLAIMS Olt DEMANDS football League championship. Try to convince
on.. IU7 ,.,rI.". Convertible. Ollca aP.coo for rot Coast ,lot IN altf I AGAINST lAID TATE: them It won't be at Important as the Sunday observances in
dishwashers kit. Thundarblrd Engine. 21.MO hen.oat Colony CoMl >>'". JlI SIN Ave. So. blockt to the beech. I.cllentlocation You oil ash of/au on ganef Cleveland the
porter, mile. Mechanically In good 2.56. 11/1 tf aurroundod by lovoly notified end requliclaim :.r- any Stadium to west the next day
chen help maid Good condition. Including ElectrloTop. hornet. Offered at 11,100 end dmnd you oreither For t gag after crushing the Boston Patriots. Bl.10. In the
AI. Condo o"c. 'No ITONSBLDG. a .'" '
of *
,.. .
Radio Heeler Auto Cath or term you' ;
working condition andwires. Coat now3504.. Tho firet 1200 .. 10 .n'h I' H. Low th* **tt* *l SAMUEL O OLAODING title game last year the Chargers billed themselves as Champions

See Mr. Dudley, Hoi. Gosh will, buy it. See Mr*. Lu monthly rental Include tl.. Luclll OmM..CVirgo: Mar.um detected, lots of LehighCounty of the world."
aniwerlng aarvlca WILLIAM B Stele of Pennaylvanla lo 1
.. Fred Clerk '
till Moscow Sit llth Av Noblo Wright"
Idly Inn 1100 North Trail South. Neplea U/24 It STONE INC Ml 11711 12/1 f ,.. County Judge of Collier County Now the Bills feel the same way, Inflated by their string of J

No Phone Call 12.23 6t3He.lp For the bet uaed car buy In --'Tb"Ir/tSTir-- DEWEY POLLY "Florida..... of. at said hit County office In at 5 East$. purl N*. nine straight victories to start the year, two whippings of the

Owns,I Ralph Foe*. WOODCHRYSLER Large don or office apaca onIth pee. Florida, w"hl" ... calendar Chargers and particularly buoyed by their convincing 24 14
Ave South (main buamoe* month Ism th. lime of the flrtpublication 1 1a
REALTY beating the Patriots for the eastern title In miserable
Trail 12/2 41 district) H block' from Pirtt of this notice Two coote
Want. Female Nail Bank of each claim' or ..m..... ....11 k. weather conditions. ,
.vrnnf' Nomad talon W THE GULF REALTY C*. and droll alal. th. plat
O.. Polly, Realtor In wrHIng
Any you play I game outdoors In Buffalo the let
ron, IM1 In Ilk. new condlt'on SIS Ith Av* South Corn.r'rl Avs No. and of roaidenc end pal offic ed
Young (1.4", plains. tele orlilnal owner. alwev T..llml Trill dross of lha leimant. and. shall botworn weekend In December. the weather becomes the great adju,
For tmall office tor
hen voice hot In ..r.... 11595 MI 2.4174) rent apace M' 141M t. by tho claimant, agentattorney dlcator And
, pad lyalat 17100 per i'i and oceempenied by a IIIIng It took I California boy. Jack Kemp to show

newleoo .office ireceuc .SOO wars commercial Waterfront lota scots to Gulf fee of one dollar and Such claim: how a football can be thrown unerringly In the snow Plus'
I IMoO month will
.. See Mr. Wyatt. Celllar 41-Trucks Tractors ramodal a to auit per Call t "It or or 110 end* gown inland|?waterway t per |lrM Col. or *mnd HAZEL not *o filed,Ol.ADDING' shall b* void' a couple of bunnies (make that hares) named Albert Dubcn

eunly N.... IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 1 MM 12/21 4t tier County Beelly.m""rit If A* Ancillary Eieculria of Ion and Glenn Bass to catch It. ;

QMC Hindi.Van, It. am. II.StQMt 71' a IW! on Oipray Av*. OoW th* Lad Will of andTetlament Exceptor the pair of veteran quarterbacks who will probably

1I."osr.ph.Wanld curb. Phone typist 26521"d/.r. : VI VI Pickup Pickup blue whit, ],024CMC 57-Houses For Sal on Marker Shore, an canal enlranc. (urt,.off Meyal Bay. SAMUEL D GLADDINGdocotd. start-Kemp for Buffalo and Tobin Hot. for the Cnsrg. WAITING GAME Cookie

12111 Stnlr..e poaltlv V4003 (Duty II7S M.000. III Sulk Av*. Louth.S9Acr.Ig. PARKS a EMERSONAttrny era, the Bills can claim justifiably they developed their own Cllchrist of the Buffalo Bills
OMC Heevy M
wanted at Golden I Cab a c"..... I.SOS S7I llth St North 12/ for Idea Ed.te of Earl Falcon and Ernie Ladd the monstrous defenders on was the leading rusher In the
G.,. Club Mouse. MI "21. Mow Right In Samuel 0. Gladding, DecectadMl .
V400S Cb 4
2/21 tfInallanging CMC Lena Chaaal IMO I bedroom 2 bath, Good tterg Ith Av. S*.. their front line are Charger originals' and so art Uneback American League this year

diem See LUFF OMC INS today .. ElKtrtt ecreened. kitchen. Gereie Utility ._ Naplea. FloridaBenjamin O Park era Chuck Allen and Frank Buniom. plus all.league corner and If ban Diego has any
a..r0anal room, porch '
job If you don t want W 421 *th St No add NapleaTemporary ..*. heel and Air Cond: IIS,**: en |it. Hik.sy for the firm bark Dick Westmoreland For the offense Lance Alworthand ilea about the Ar'L championship

work don't 'PPI. MI 11131. MOO down I HI per month. metrel tf* vlih. ll >*.ri Dot 1 I11 24.. IH4 alllTh Keith Uncoln are the glamor boys, fronted by tackles the powerful Gll
51/11 tf ItU Ford $5 'on. .OCMI 10114' Totel. N* al.oing| *tt ,. -- -
don 'MJ Shadowl.wn, H.pl.. STREET NORTH ply. Ron Mix and Ernie Wright while quarterback John Had! christ must be stoppedROADTESTED .

12/22 n44Mobil. nit I1TM Mov* right in. i otra dlntlian Stele HI.way Publl Pro Informed I* regieler. that tho the developed so fast he had Tobin Rote playing a relief role the

14- .lp WantedMale I Bedroom newer homo. Lrg. the.! In. iJ.OOOMANOOL under./ :j"1F! name under the last half of the year
good (torg : .
Cloaod) Florid" room
*>M FULLER, Realtor Statute
ute Mechanic. mutt know Homes .. oloctrl' kitchen utility. PALMS HARRIS, A eoell. "COLLIER FORD MERCURY On the Bills, Tom Sestak a 17th round draft choice In k

ont end alignment. Prefer room with toilet, **rport 11.101.NeerLeko Cra/ton Cove Naple Ha The type of buinee I* bo engagedIn 1962, could be the best defensive lineman in pro football a

"." with Chryiier eiperience I SI Martett Treller, I lek* front Perk School... Par 0214Eve I mior I* autemekxle eel**, eervlce end combative, 27 tackle Mike Stretton who
-,. Petrle. Wood ChrvelarPIvmoutN Term for reliable .01. buaineo and other reletedhwident t pound came yi
MI I.5SI 12/17 tf lot.. Lk Kelly, Poe *}J7. / rent or tell tai aeree. repair. *! ndvor. to M lot a lad along the same time, is a striking linebacker and George V. eaA
lUll tf VINCE CONBOY Weal for trade, May M ft, ot et Na.let, Fhtrid. Th -..........
"" anted e.Eht ..'ehm... 0" IS' Sperten. ir Cekena attached Cement Polio rJt, Tent and biMinee I* to be vetled in (Butch) Byrd and George Salmes are a brilliant pair of kids i
tlU ...t.20... Un'M 110. ., Ml 7-574J well. Pkw Ul, ll/ll || t'orL COUNTY: MOTOIS.N0 Bats
papa S. nicely turn Besldrs Dubtnlon and catching for the offence, the
-T : : 910 l Sil. An.,. Fe>.... .
sung moll t. bap nor .114 lined. by Bay. apace ** Jack .. a Florid ';.rW"CAl'i Rills hsithfd tackle Slew Barber and fehaw
ad *rn and help hasrakrvgl.r1ymoith .on Oal Way Harbor. N*. NSW HOME "H ate o "'. IJ.OO <* mat guard Billy en 7
con trl. !Wood 11/11 It If.OOter .nenth. H Peons.....,. PreeidenlSMITH their blocking patrol while Daryle UMonies Is the pick.me.
hO.oO. Pno Kilo. Cel .
Ml 2 4SSI IMS llth Avenue North 2 '
'2/17 tf bedroom t both*. Air cond iheeled .n 61* CH,. Oeen 1..4.*. SROWN SANICHOLSVlOA up when Kemp fines flat at ciusrlerback
lull.M oven 4 cook Colllei County bolt. Suite II, Belch BuildingNt4M. Of course, there is also Carlton Chester (Cookie) Gllchrlst
Trailers. For R.ntPrivately .
45- beam PI51140ANen.yn
tng unit Dieeoeel Built m "
Vacuum .,.,_, Situeted onn IDfAC luiOlVIHON I IJTTnutT for Reglotrant 232 pounds of fullback
6-H.lp AvailabU'aturo owned ot Loko Kelly II alir lot hded by ,.,.. TIME. OIIO .ot Doc ISV2I. IIan, 7 *4Jl As teams. the Bills and Charters are remarkably alike In
2 BR. IS M houM Oek troee. Shown by opoeiM' ACRES |' M PIP ACRE
Mod I
\ treined reapontikle per. trailer Air tendcontrol heal.TV went only Prico NLK.Aas501NN H MILE MOM MONTH CITY their physical components Neither Is I gambling team like

on ltcnt tveileble or" child for elderly care Liveft con completely turn Largo LIMITS KIOHWAYPONTAO.It MILK .TATS. AD. IN THE COUNTY JUOOf'B COURT Boston with heavy emphasis on the s. But they r

Have driver Heene. yard) Avail Immod HM.Owner MI 24402 will, LuolHo Ort Virgil Mr..unNbk > JOINING TWO GOLF 110cCNUNE COLLIER C NTVNO FOR., &..OltID"IN u.. It just enough to keep quarterbacks wary Their home u---

1/21 our StaUre day or week: MI 1.7112. t.'r..r--: 12/S HTrilr Wright" Fred Clerk ox*) REQUEST Bf O. ""0'" tIN run threat Is wrapped up in their terrific flankers, Alworthfor

women capable end1 a.. for rent ,.......bI.*. DEWEY POLLY Phil N. .-'*... RE fSTATE OF Ml San Diego Oubenlon for Buffalo The offensive lines area
rionced **cr*.*ry. -pa. Spoee S> 00 a week Rock Knot MiMy Oman JOHN OS2AJACA standoff
>n. ..*..**.*.pa.. Llv In AvaIlSl. Creek. Trailer Park, roar of Doc''M both have the 'M.y.Sept.mbe syndrome at the
.ynu E d. S4IM botwoenm 4 JeeNor FOR FINAL DISCHARGE/ vital quarterback spot though the Bills seem to be getting
ft 7 p m. Ufa St Napa SOeoot C Ooo. Dewey Polly' Ree(tor IS HEREBY OIVSN that more mileage deployment Kemp as a
I For tent Corner lot Avo No ondTamiaml 140: eeree loteteo' on CewMy NOTICE my noel slum .. A4mmwdrNaV and LaMonica as the game-saver Rote'i chips In
Trail Road: mi off 1tmmi TreafOo1 C I.A D I N of OM e. threw
1-Lost 1 W LUIoI rank firm land See Jin*. Ida of Rov John. 006...*. t>*- his passing elbow have benched the paaslng at times.

Month ffflaUne.t.( ISIS D':4 t I.L'oII) 01 buPLEX comoloteiy ...n'kdr..m ..,... a..o MotvoN. ....* Macaw ooted ear the I have filed" my P* Only !Ia their rn..'la( stiles do these team diverge The

allot of loot Chrialal Sunday Either In 1h.return winity 2-.... .. Ml a6111SABLE each a*<.. 1MJ Av*. MARLOWE AND BECK limo O>**na'e*.CHotribvlion ant thot on and Jnvry her Final tmIM Bills are stronger Inside will Gllrhrl, bat Paul Rewe andLUcoln
Police Station or to Collior THOMAS IlltO I. w lent New If found and re- II It Br*** ey R..hrd M ".....,. County Jvdg .
nail p reward will bo given SHORES APT IU Park icjov M1-UM4 Menken B
ca* keep tot money, Ml J-4435 BoCXlfT MINDCOF I'I O00J ,...... of te-d final rtturn* *nd. for Ul. the Chargers to OIL

rule K.lly Rd aid Ar*.* Av*. am, |io ow. with FMAterm I an Order._"of....Oiotribution a* Adml *mr nd .i lerfmal r With the Bills. who" are playing their first championshipgame

et ladie* Bulovo Wriot Welch. bidroom* move| koth yew hevie'Mo a 7 05..bs now mnif "bE'3/1av'iT d CT-SOON of tho not of Rev.. winning was a matter of maturing because the material
Sunohino Feodwty Sot I/SdrNMO11o11N0N. JOHN O1IAJCA .. ').
amity a. Mewtrd Ml I *W1 orUli EBB TIDE APTS /r.m ..... b..cl OIl ov.pkN1otN. -.._ .'- foe has Rovambar' M. IM has been there for several) seasons.There .

after I p m, 12/24 M Week* SoMonf with .slop a.lwadratee ALFRED J MACHNSrvAdn were two games they had to win" this yesr. .againstthe
xMeidr..a P.AMOOIPM FUllfPJ PJeeherPALMCR Sl\f" ar .n
> HMrtor C T A 0 N
MAfiS. Aeei*.. DANIEL RENTER MULL Dot 4. II. IS. 14 IH4 aTMSMOTlCE Chargers .m Sin Thanksgiving Day and against
3-Misc. For Sale eoertmonC 1wnM Cra"",... Cow Napo INDoy NS *el tat<* BarMarvM the final day of the season They won them
the Patriots on
of.eiy rnMaMd. I block IroneMh I ltt, E... 2 MN ..
Ave 4 Mock from tbooc W.A.brN M a* a*.oo OP :I.: OA\ both. I think they can go one more and beat the Chargers,
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twin bod*. Ml 2407S. Moor Nig* School 0....* Bh.. u S. 41 Ml t HUS Tho underfilled do** br*-y ear 2017Canadien r
r NA. tot, that ho to __nf.... reel, coin the All-AFL halfback
PLATES 'Fumy' -,...-.. I bodroom, 4 .*COLLtR. oetoto bueinee M Mae **. Pkendaunder will be one of the main offen-
from keeckiZtonobM MARLOWE AND BECK a.' tho LMOoo nom 0 of BErSRRaALTV
Jon ...,.,.,. More*. REALTY ".....,. LAsa tl ond hot ** firm 10 tornpeeod Stop out atratout erf tile aoucJIS-llld live weapons for the San

24Y5". x 36"Ideal Cab**. Adurtt no pet* 4U REALTOR Fifth Av*. .. d, :-:1 = 55505o IOCcnd acslAM .... York. Diego "'hargers 'in the) American .

for 1J'Bth Ara Sa ti, U/17 14* Ml 1422L IttU. IUU I 65-Oeft. Real Estat .. -ao .. Ifs Rangers, 2 To 0 Tb. lava vhlck stretelMd tile League s fifth champion

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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plk,, Fl.,. ThurwJ.y, December 24, 1964 up Into tee on en omnibus measure If Fulbrlght should relinquish
Sen. deaitag sept. wrapping up foreign aid Into a the floor managership of the
;; >-' aid, lOCo has been the controversial foreign aid bill,
., ; greats, and stag. block. the: neat senators la line wouldbe
Floods Leave Thousands 'f1': The .The committee generally has Sen. Mike Mansfield, D-
with sym. felt that there is more enthnsi.asm Mont., who already has his
I rJ On both In the for military aid than for hands full as majority leader
and In the the economic aspects of the pro. and See Wayne Morse, D.Ore.,
Devel gram, and that arms assistance who has contributed his share of

Homeless Christmas Eve J. W.he .Commit.by the program.has helped carry the rest of the criticism legislation.of recent foreign aid

r tM today has
BY THE ASSOCIATED PIE' sends stranded by high water, son -
Thousands of victim in fire slides and snow fuse to lead t
flood-strlcken Western states Rain and winds slackened elgn aid i
briefly Wednesday but another drastically
were homeless on this Christ
mu Eve, and more Joined in low-pressure system moved in Fulbrlght, MERRY
from the Pacific and the heavy Senate
the exodus to escape new flood M +
The Weath. mlttee. told
afflicted downpour resume
tag as rain pounded
area. for the third consecutive er Bureau forecast rain and notified
day. strong winds from Northern rp Rusk of hU CHRISTMASto
Soiled Christmas trees floated California to Washington 1 e October.
debris. through Friday "11 they
the surfing
The savage Pacific storm sent In California's rugged north January In l1u1S'i
dozens' of mountain rivers spUl. country, entire communitieswere bus form 1t
tog Into scores of cities and cut off by merciless tor. I<"VFA: Radio Telephoto) I will not

towns In California, Washington, rents that tore out at least IS POWER I'LAIN VIET NAl\I- Gen Ngujen Chanh Thi er tor the t
Oregon, Nevada and Idaho bridges, knocked out telephonelines left tells a news conference that Premier Tran Van Huoru ate,
At least 28 persons have died and washed away huge has instructions to form a new legislature within 90 days His ALL. .
and more than 5,000 left home sections of highways. Thi is one of the nine "Young Turks" who staged South Viet long
less. Damage has been so great Hundreds of persons were Name latest coup Gen Nguyen Van Thieu another of the Department t1'L
that officials have stopped astU trapped, without food or medl. group, sits beside him years as to ,
mating cine, clinging to rooftops or ( hind the From
Parts of every state have perched on islands awaiting res. Fulbrlght N r
been declared disaster ar.u.Air urged this t Y R
Force, Navy, National cue.Every town along the Eel Riv. U.S. South Viet Nam Row wen as past .t
Guard, Red Cross, Coast Guard, er in northwestern California All of Us!
and Civil Defense units were was Inundated. In the hamlet of porary
working around the clock with Rio Dell city officials ordered search for an
local officials to rescue thou. phone aid power poles toppled meat In South
to convert the main street Into Seems To Be At Stalemate
r an emergency landing strip. be The pinning United.: CRISrMA6 ,e nsotJne..
About 2,000 refugees waited for
helicopters to rescue them. SAIGON, South Viet Nam qulisce to VA demands that lion by '
Boys 8-12 The entire population of WU. I States(AP) -nor Neither Vietnamese the United the military end Interference In Van generals Huong left, sincere greetings, from all "r'- I I I..illl'n)
low Creek and Hoopa, In the military the civilian government
heart of an Indlai reservation, UaJers I showed signs of yielding VJ3 policy makers In Saigon council an'osiad and most of you, and many thanks, too. 1290 Third St. So.
today In their
took refuge In the high school showdown over reportedly feel that Khanh
Catch Man gymnasium on high ground. !military interference In South should step down because they Sunday, MARKETTHE Member
Pepperwood, population 500, Vlot Nam's government feel renewed cooperation with < American Institute
is nothing visible but 10Cce:1e U.S. him probably Is impossible( '\\ttt
gone J said th \\deb't[ I J RITCHIE FAMILY Interior Designers
few tree tops above the sea i United Khanh was clearly working to
water, air observers reported. States: would probably withhold achieve Taylor's recall. -
FBI Hunted In Garbervllle, three pregnant 'Important new aid expected In Taylor was known to believe .
women were reported In labor'Saigon for the Vietnamese war that while the crisis should be ,- -
and In need of medical care. 'I effort In about t month unless settled as quickly as possible,
PAINESV1LLE, Ohio (AP) Civil defense officials have I the crisis Is settled within few the United: States must make a
One of the FBI's most.wanted I days firm and determined stand
armed written off the flood com muni,
criminals described as ties of South Fork, Myers Flat, Sources on the Vietnameseside against military Interference in
and desperate was in custody said the ;r
Stafford and Weott, whose r..l.I;I officerswere the civilian government.UA
today, chased dJWlby a group .
dents fled Tuesday. considering an officials contend that the generals
of grade school boys.More I' campaign that might In. have been unwilling to
than 100 officers had Since S ".m. Wednesday the 2, 7,4:
BOO Inhabitants of GuernevlUe'':elude street demonstrations assume the responsibilities of
Identified as ,a :
hunted the man The removal of i
U.S. Ambassa.dor but
government Insist on the \
38 fpr 18 have lived on an Island In the
Alfred Oponowlcr midst of the swirling Russian''1 Maxwell D. Taylor was reported right to overturn the govern
he overpowered a
hours after River. In the Little Stork Club !I to be an objective. ment when things do not go as
hospital guard and escaped saloon rescuers and flood via Lt, Gen. Nguyen Khanh, thecomm..dflr they wish. wee
armed with the officer's pistol. of the Vietnamese
I In Washington, sources In
stood In
But it was eight boys, ages 8 isms knee-deep muddy 'armed forces, appeared to hold President Johnson's admlnlstra. /

to That's 12, who the ran counterfeiter him down. ,let's water making toasting Jokes each about other the sign and I undisputed control over his offl. tlon voiced hope that the semi tl E ; a
1 1Furth.r cers. There was no Indication coup by Khanh's young generals
reading "No Dancing Allowed.
get him," one lad shouted whenhe north the coast. I that Khanh planned loan. woul J turn out to be only a tem.
spotted the fugitive on a rail
road overpass less than a mile at city of Eureka, about 1,000 -"......,... .,,,,.,., .. ...,.I4:.,.,..... I* i!
where Opo refugees, Including women and
from the hospital, 't1I
nowlcs was being heated for small children, stood on high '
sections of VS. 101 waving to I
wounds from a gun battle Tuesday }
when he was arrested for helicopters that rushed In with Hi !'
counterfeiting."Why relief supplies. .r
don't you give up?" one For many children It will be a jiJay (.t.rt\t\\
boy asked Oponowlcc. sad Christmas Trees and gifts MERRYCHRISTMAS
"1'11 never give up," he replied became unessential baggage In
Hashing his pistol and the flight from the rushing wat Here wishing you a bright and merry
dashing away. ers Hundreds will spend It In
The boys ran after him, but high school gymnasiums, red Christmas/ and a Yuletide/ season

Oponowlca slipped away. Neigh. Cross shelters or sharing It with tnorKmfl with aood cheer.BIGLEY'S M., 1.", Dnj be M nptrully IJ.", .*, .
bore who heard the chase called strange families /fitted Nit}, boliJuj ttupfmni *"JluJ chtrr.
police and four officers dragged
him from a railroad ditch where
he cowered face down. Wesley G. Downing, Inc. RealtorsAND
lie made no effort to use the
pistol beside him. East Naples 5th Ave. Naples Shopping Center ASSOCIATES
Oponowlc was weak from
loss of blood. Secret Service
agents shot him twice when Worrying About p p .
t they arrested him and a woman .

Cook, ,Identified 25, of Cleveland as Iva, at Marie their Water SupplySome !

Painesvllle house ,in counter. V !
v4i ; (jwItiMb hlylf :oI -
felting charges, East Naples residentsare ehJu{ i '
concerned about the diminishing C/ytl '

and deteriorating fresh
water supply In the area, andre I
1 1I going to appeal to the County JOyt % WORLD

Commission for assistancewith r (V tla
1 I IINFORMADON the problem.
About 40 residents met Tuesday At this mint joyful of holiday seasons,

night In the Gospel Baptist we greet you with rlnccre '0"wl.IIe.\ -..
Church reviewed the many and warm appreciation for your loyal .
causes which may be contributing patronage during 1904. M.iry Christ
to the diminishing freshwater -

man committee supply and to named appear a 7 at- (Jl jte by gaftft .

the January 5 meeting of the ; W .
HERE Commission.

Committeemen named werei 'Hride and Hostess Shoji

Harold Ue1mbach.GordonMar- ,, \ !\
shall George Whltener,Char- 722 Fifth Ave S
les Salmon Mrs.Juanlta Ellis ( \

Frank Amity and Dave Weeks :
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In Tuesday night's discussionIt j k I
was pointed out that three
times ss many people live In ff l\' I
East Naples and are using five
times as much water, as there I

wen five years ago. j- NI
It'i put at s great new wy to Business and farm expansionIn
increase your ucilion pleiiunwithout the area Is demanding more
mc'tising your vacation and more water each year Each .,r"J
budget' Here art lust I f few ol the '
other exiting tier gills and vi. new subdivision Increases the 1
.:allot privileges'' that liP yours demand for more water, It was I
II .1 i olden/ tilt Cues! pointed out.Engineering,.
reports on readIngs -
FREE GASOLINE found In test wells over
the put several months were
FREE FLORIDA ORANGES read at the meeting, The reports _

FREE TRADING STAMPS showed that the salt water t _
proportion In local wells Is not 4! (fe

FREE FISHING nearing the danger point, The I personally want to appreciation to the
JNvlUOING( BAIT AND TACKLCl highest\ reading showed less express my

C FREE i1))' M NAM' r>> ItOHIOAl lion pans of water.
FREE PRIVATE : w4 t.\ past few years that made it possible for me to stay in
want the best t
,?','ve lolA". r s anp.ri for your mobile your beautiful county. I hope there is more to come. .
,, (nfN '.ATI home waterfront
BEAUTIFULLAKE on Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New


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, Christmas season Is upon

" us, accompanied by the peace and

:' foy this happy holiday always

brings. May we wish you, our loyal /

? ? ,,e b patrons, a large measure of all the ra
k ; good things Christmas offers, and ;

? thank you for the many (joys your .,

continued friendship has brought
to us.
The "Merry Christmas" Girls from the
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2B COLLIn COUNTY NbWi, N.pi.i, H I.", Uiurxliy, Dumber 24 11 N> was the right for social actlvl- Stocking Up
ties, dM business was curtailed -
Contributing tomeblrttiday Starts with Santa
bank' were Mary Foster.Ante
Boyd Bill DeyE rroand.Eleanor Santa Claus, envisioned to
par Sine and Graver Ellis, guest, day as a Jolly, cheerfUl man
with an affinity for childrenwas
I and the father of Mrs. Larry
ilfiap/C5 I Palter. to a romanticist legend too, accordIng .

New Members who!have joined The first Santa Claus, si
/ J3eacl the association are Mr. and r Nicholas, started the custom
: Mrs RJ. Smiley, of Sudbury, I of hanging stocking by the
Ontario, Canada. chimney when hit romantic
I By Mary A. rector MI 1-3361 I There were several guests 0 heart was touched, and he
at the party and among them gifted a bankrupt merchant >
Don't the homes look Just! so we depend on friends we wart Mr. and Mrs Robert three marriageable daughter!
lovely, alldresseduplnChrlst- have made over the years, to Adams. Bob, as he Is known w ith gold for their dowries
mas lights SomehaveChrlst- say Merry Christmas! to Ms many friends and admirers Desiring anonymity, he
mas carols playing, and we The Naples Park Area Association Is Naples' poet laureate, e tossed the three bags of gold
know there Is such swarm welcome held its regular and he recited one of his latest through the window, or, as
waiting for your Yuletide monthly meeting Christmas poems, written especially (for y w- some tell It, down the chimneyOne
of the bags in
visit. Do hope you stop by and party last Thursday evening. children, Dear Old Santa" f- stocking which had been hungup a
visit your friends and neighbors The Lord's prayer was led by Mrs. Herman Warner of 103rd -- -- Jill, to dry on the mantelpiece
over the holidays. Don't Mrs. Louise Juliano, and the Avenue made a delightful Santa Hanging up stockings thus
forget many of us have our salute to the nag was led by Claus. Gifts were exchanged Nice to see Mr. and Mrs. GLIDING DESTINIES ,of ImmokaUe, ( \\w\\ Junior Of became part of the holiday
families all over the country, Forrest Armstrong. As this between the members, and refreshments Albert Rodriguez of St. Paul, Chambei of Comment' Chili whichaschaitered Message ritual.
were served by the Minn., back fa their home on Monday night are these of fie">rs who were installed
ladles. 100th Avenue after an absence At the Chatter night hamairt. The arc ChristmasLives
7Itturh The next social night of the of several years. from left James Spins pit'suit-lit : Gary Heath, Your
association will be on January12th Mr. and Mrs. Larry Faller firsticepieaident : Don MeCartx second vice- Anew Wrap Up
and the monthly smorgasbord of 99th Avenue have as house president: Robert LM- McClelland, secretary-Itpaa. YearEndExpenses
will be on January 31st. guests over the holidays Mrs. uier: Lynn Collins, Paul Jackson Robert Green, "And to the Star, which
and avery More will be written about this Fallers father Grover Ellis directors : and Marvin Cecil president of Naples they taw in the tast, uent before -
later. of Rochdale, Ind. Jaycees who assisted in the installation.McCaitv. them, till it came and
A very successful plastics A warm welcome to Mrs. ( photo) stood over where the young
e party was held by the association Mary Larson of 100th Avenue Child was Matthew 2 '>, TM. .
r on December ISthj the demonstration from her home In Rasa 111. dale visiting with their daughter mans will see their fir"grand- "And they came with haste,
was by Mrs. Li Mrs. Helen Henning of 93rd and husband, Mr. and Mrs. son, who has Just arrived with and found Mary, and Joseph, i
Walker of Fon Myers. Avenue has as house guests Ralph Kleckner. his parents from Hawaii for the and the Babe tying in a mannfr -
Luke 16.
Nerrytlvb NEW "DAUGHTER"Mr. her sister and husband,Mr.and Mr and Mrs Ralph Brydon holidays. From two :who became His
4J4 and Mrs Jake Corzlne Mrs. Eugene Kellam, and their of Seabreeze Avenue, Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liner disciples come the words that
of 97th Avenue are the proud daughter Ruth, of Medusa, New Beachhaveashouseguests also of Seabreeze Avenue have tell the story of that Holy h
w ; grandparents of a new grand- York. As this Is their first over Christmas,Mrs.Brydon'ssister over the holidays their son, Night, the first Christmas.
1lll4 daughter born December 15th to visit to Naples, we know they and husband, Mr and Harry Lee Liner m, a senior Matthew the tax collector
their son George and wife Bon- will find Christmas a little Mrs. Merle Speakman, of Indianapolis student at North Carolina State wrote of the Star that shoneIn
Q nie, of Ridge Road,Naples.The warmer and s little different Ind., and their College. Also their daughter, the east, and of wise men with a G. A. C.
to allour baby was named Cynthia Gall, from the cold North--but anyway granddaughter Miss Peggy Mrs. Betty Winter, and their who followed It to find and
and makes the 35th grandchild Merry Christmas! O'Nell a student at Illinois two grandsons Chip and Lee worship Luke the Him physician wrote of CONSOLIDATIONLOAN
for the Corzlnes, with 31 of Mr. and Mrs Warren JJ. University. On Sunday,December of Bradenton. shepherds watching In the
. the 35 still living. Congratulations Geary of 104th Avenue spent 27th, they will all go to Mr and Mrs.EdwardHalllcy fields and herald angels sing-
I last weekend In Ft. Lauder- Coral Gables, where the Speak- of 107th Avenue will spend ing In the heavens.
Christmas with their son, Edward At church services during
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d Taft HalUcy Jr., and his this Christmas season the Pay all your
v h C family In Stuart, Fla. words of the tax collector and
loyalfriends. e M Mr. and Mrs.James Walkerof the physician will be read and bills at once-
1 94th Avenue are spending studied once again, with ever- both old and new
f' the Christmas holiday In Jacksonville deepening meaning
with Mrs. Walker's And as the story Is told anew,
8 brother and wife, Mr and Mrs. it is also reflected in the many One quick loan
merry Charles Furnlval. Last Saturday observances of Christmas bothIn
merrycisJtiJIGas churches and In homes One convenient
Bill Collier, the Walkers'grandson carols
The joyful sound of
and s student at Edison harks back to the first of all monthly paymentOne
College' left to spend the carols, the words of the heav-
holidays with his parents In enly host, "0 lory to Ood in place to pay.SIt .
Ih Rockvllle, Md. the highest, and on earth
And a belated happy anniversary peace, good will toward men"
Merry-Go-Round Shop 1 e 411 1 to Mr and Mrs. James The glow of candles symbolizes all
Walker who celebrated their the birth of Christ as the to
of the World, and It also up
756 5th Ave, So. 46th wedding anniversary on Light
a1e December 4th. mirrors the eternal gleam of I ideal
the Star of BethlehemThe
I t 'ry \, spirit of giving takes solution !
I '., /" t guidance from the gifts of the
'IJ" Another one of our neighbors Wise Men, who brought gold,
( f has passed oils
.'jW) away frankincense and myrrh to
tit time Mr. Luther Wofford of
I: t 105th Avenue. Our deep sympathy Him.Above all, at Christmas, .-
I'I to his family. This makes mankind experiences once
I IBB i 1M the third death on 105th AvenueIn again the reverence, wonder
/ Ir a short time, and I do hope and rejoicing of the wise men,
a i the chain Is broken. of whom Matthew says, CORPORATION I .
8 I received word last Sundayof And when they were come 211 Ninth Street, South
the death of Into the house, they saw the
t e Mrs. Sherrer Naplil, FlirldiTiliphtniMltfwiy2MI7
1 Georgette, in Metz.France,the young Child with Mary His '
mother, and fell down and
1 t sister of Mrs. Paul E. Fltsch. worshipped Him."
Mrs. Fltsch Is presently visit- <

t Ing InGermany,with herdaugh-
ter and family, and we do hope 11j a '
880 6th Ave, S, Naples, Fla she was able to get to France. r
/ Mrs. Georgette passed away on ',
December 8th, and had been in I
I Ill health for some time. Our J
very deep sympathy to Mr. and 4
r i Mrs. Fltsch, who reside onGulf '
ITcTrI- .1. Shore Drive, Vanderbilt Beach ,
I I And now after telling you all
2 1 .m the sad news, your reporter
c # over the years has always wish-
I i I ed the best for all of you..and I
I > from the bottom of my heart JI J
I I may you all enjoy a very Merry >
'% : Christmas, and may the good 'I t I II
; Lord watch over you. } I

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a wonderful, holidoy.;
heartfelt thanks for your valued patronage D r

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"p a Miami grocery store. robbedt he piled cases of beer and loft
,t "f( SI2* and then made certain drink on the clerk'. back and
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LAP) Dreaming of the quaint ERR y
Christmas celebration of ,,,t.r.
t I II I veer far from jostling 4JC RISTMAsl
crowds: traffic Jam and Santas
here, there and everywhere?
S y It to, take a boat to Monhegan /(/arm and sincere grrrlingi, from all
Island where Christmas has the

cddJashloned, sprightly charm ol u\ to all of ion, and many (hanks too.SHEPARD'S .
ot a Grandma Moses painting
Monhegan, wearing a winter
cover ot clean snow', Is a sun.
glint in the sea 15 miles off
'l Maine
f a{ In summer the Island bustles_ 70 5th Ave So at the Mall
,l sK I e + with artists, summer residentsand
tourists. In winter the pop.
ulatlon shrinks to two doien O ,
t .y The Islanders celebrate Christ
mas like a large, close family
Thank for
Christmas Ere adults and you ttttingut
children will set out from their but wishes
... ..,.. the snow' serve you -
-- "' '\a: home across
1"1T"R From 'Nnlit' IJ' toward the church village's a IWVyear-old tlon.denom.1natlonal for a happy,healthy holiday

To ltlornlim".oIl white clapboard structure,

Early Paintings Tell the Christmas Story 1 I Ie SE: PAlS I\GS: tell Ih. aglow sane lamps"Everyone with, gaslight and kero.

story of the ant 'hr.lmu! they who can walk and
aluo relied the world ot the tirlyKcniUunct even the babies .ho.can'l walk
And the of TimesFrom la, advamcd leihnlquri will be there," says Pastor Oer.
- Story Changing I"cla M.lji-llfcllkt mod trude Anderson a former missionary .
of art. All fir. from the tS"llon 11 l to the Belgian Congo
of Art uhlnKlon "
earliest times, artists found, In the story of the Nativity and the events surrounding It, a source of Inspiration ( and Burma.
and a challenge to their talents. The Madonna and Child, the Holy Family, the Magi, the manger scene -these are the sub C e The Islanders come bearing
jects that have engendered some of the world moat famous paintings TIIK NATIVITY I ," shove Ml, baskets of gifts which they e..

And, as students of both art and history know, such paintings not only portray a scene, they also something of the wu painted by Hmh.li rllnlrtlrui change,
will be
(hrbliii ibmil 1440.50e'rom At church, there
times In which they were painted.As
the Mellon tollrclkm."ADORATION of the Scriptures, carol
the Middle Ages drew to a close and the Renaissance dawned, new light was spreading over the world. S e singing and an appearance by
Mid-15th-century artists were turning from theories of painting which depicted more stylized poses and ornate detail Santa Claus, not to mention the
liberally touched with gilt, to an approach which emphasized more realistic, lifelike figure and landscapes, as seen In paint- OF the Mill. decorating of the community
ings of humble peasants adorIng _________ ________ upper right..If the wok Ulh of Gin.vsnni Christmas tree "
dl f olo, e centuryMane.
the Christ Child, true-to- tondo (circular) painting waa --.,......... -----.-- -..ssealaestsranaulsAirport ... Mellon ('olltrlkm.tf How' do you go about Christ ,. tt.L
life stable animals and even begun by one artist, Fra An- mas shopping when you're IB
blacksmiths working in thebackground gellco and finished by another e s e miles at seaT
of the manger Fra FUlppo Lippl The prin- JOBNiuTB >O AK1WI3 painted\ IhU"fAtoraCkM Some folk go to the mainland
"Adoration n Of the Wagl"a cipal part of the painting, attributed _f> of the bail" (.tows r on the boat which runs to the
painting by Giovanni dl to Fra Angelico, has right) be..a., Ire AngtlUe HM. Island three days a week from
Paolo which U now In the Na- an idealized, otherworldly at Notes completed by tra Illlppo I Ippl Port Clyde, 'mln Items may be i a '
tional Gallery of Art In Wash mosphere. haul 144!. Sumiwl' II. krew picked up In the village- Mostly
ington. D C., the Three Kingsare Realism appear. In the solid, -..--- rollrclkin. shu ping Is dime through mail{ Naples Laundry & Dry Cleaners
In elaborate, substantial of the foreground order catalogs
depicted an figures to accommodate the I.w. with
A total of 142 passengers wen i
decorative atyle The background typical Renaissance carried last week between Naples i the .passenger Lockheed In 1091 Fifth Ave., So. Ph. Ml 2445S
of the painting, however forms, the work of Fra Flllppo.
and Miami, and set another red service on many of the flights .
shows a more lifelike interpretation Both of these "Adorations"
ord for this period over previous ., The larger ships will be seeing
The landscape of were painted In tempera on years. B was also the i, more and more action In the com
fields dotted with crops, crisscrossed wood. Tempera, a mixture of best week trafflc.wlse since last: log weeks, with many flights si. nw'a
with roads and bathedIn pigments and dyes with egg April. Twenty-three round tripe; ready booked with SO or more
sunlight Is refreshing-and yolk to produce a dull finish were flown between two points passengers during the early part
a treatment new to the times. on a surface prepared with of January. rr
Another "The Adoration of egg white for adhesion, was a One noticeable and very wet. ac e o' w 4
the Magi" at the National Gallery common medium for medieval come change so far this winter r
U even more Indicative of Italian artists : rn1tiij has been the flying weather.4iot .' I
In "The Nativity," also In a single Naples Airlines night has .
transition. Thiseveryone .
world y.
the National Oallery, the been cancelled or delayed far ,
Flemish artist Petrus Chrlstus this season because of adverse ;
used oil paints on wood, thus flying conditions NormUlr.thls
marking another advance of time of year brings several mornings .
the early Renaissance, Flemish of ground tog or fast mov. -f t
artists were the first to use Ing cold fronts to raise havoc ./
extensively in painting with the tort laid plank We :: -
formerly, -11 had been used only hope for more of the idealweather .
only in glazes for tempera tor the remainder of the "" .. ......
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paintings season
\ A study of "The Nativity Those riding Naples Miami
e' shows that the figures of Pet- last week Includedi Mr. and Mrs A MERRY: CHRISTMAS
rus' painting are very natural D. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Benja.
I :. and realistic Joseph Is an ordinary man lOopp J. Glmberutt Mr. The touml" and cents of Christmas fill tile air with )0111\1''
Flemish peasant, the H. 1.. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. (.ATOR QUEEN...-Cathy Hag-
John A. Love merriment May your Day be Iii ItdIth these plesiurr
Christ Child a lifelike newborn Hertsberr Icr of the University of Jacksonville
Baby. Space perspective Mount Etna, an active vol Mrs. Alexander Brown, Mrs. B. will reign ai Gator from the staff of .
too begins to show a more Benjlmen. Carl Hoffman.Mr.andMra.
cano on the east coast of C. ;;. Kllng. Howl Queen at the Oklahoma
realistic To achieve treatment.greater realism, Sicily:, derives its name from Merry Christmas to all and to and Florida State game In CARIBBEAN REALTY
theireelt and means, literally Jacksonville Fla,
1 these the 15th technicians century artists and scientists became "I burn, It It the _

of their age They and highest the highest volcano peak in Europe r. Yfis t rxYxl Y Y :1 r y ;1rxY 't W xrt ;xlzr l JrxY F.Y Y .. f
and mixed their
ground south of the Alps, rising: '
pigments to achieve the rotors above 10. OO feet Of its approximately -
they wanted! And they carefully 135 eruptions, .
observed nature, even taken ,
all but 21 have placein
anatomical stud-
undertaking the Christian era.

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YuUtide holiday happlneaa. and expreat our fincere ;

A. w. greet the Crvt tm ...SOt'. gratitude for their patronage.
Betty Hams it is with deepest gratitude tNt we "1 th
A hank our friends for their hmo
support during the peat year

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41 COLLIM COUNTY NEWS Ntpltt, H*.. TWW.y, December. .IH4
--------- Cor'2cr'Meditation'

Another explanation link c/C poetro Harbor ,

Why a Tree? today's Christmas tree to ancient -
feasts of the winter
Why a tree at Christmas? equinox, when tree were Bow LineBY

One early legend says that all adorned with trinket Bells
the trees burst Into bloom (on St. Boniface an BnglUh Jingle

the night Christ was born missionary to Germany, U Silently, outside the filling snow NOUIX ROGERS
Folk tales of ancient times said to have told convert. that
tell of a huge tree In a forest the fir should be their holy Brings its story of Christmas near; Phone 1C2.WM

lighted with many candles, tree, replacing the oak, sacred Besides a cherry fire I know
some of which were straightand In Druid tree worship and Once again God is here. In place of a card, I'll tell you a Christmas steep,
some bent. At the top wit thus beginning the custom ofa a* told to me by my mother, many years go. Hope , an Infant with a halo. decorated flr 1 haven't forgotten any of its

The tree was meant to represent Many are the legend, but Walking along roads that lead

humanity, :the candles, one thing Is certain Nowadays To sorrows, persecutions, seeing again "ANNIE AND WILLIE'S CHRETMAS"Twas
people good and bad and the" Christmas wouldn't be Christmas Man He died to save .. his greed the night before Christmas, not a word had been
Infant the Bain ji"sus ( without the tree. aid: Annie and Willie bad crept Into bed. There were
= His grasping, petty alms tear on their pillow and tear In their eye* and each
.---- I little bosom was heaving with sighs For tonight, their

tern father' command had been glvem That they should
He must be
and often
retire, precisely at seven, instead of at eight, for they Jrlk"pthes
It seems He died in vain bothered him more with question of Santa than ever y,

Man's brutal soul destroying cry before.He s
To Him must bring eternal pain had said that he thought such delusion a aim No
such being a* Santa Claus ever had been. He hoped after rxrlpwp"

this, he would never more hear how he scrambled down
When we complain if we but knew chlmlney' with present each year.

How small our troubles really are: Eight..nine .and the clock In the steeple truck ten.
Not a word had been spoken by either till then Now
How insignificant fading out of sight.
Annie's fair head from the blanket did peep and she
Compared to the cross He bore so Far. aid-Brother Willie, 1* you fast asleep? Why no Ulster

Annie, a sweet voice replies, I've tried all In vain, butI d14f.WI
By Alberta I Duncan Stier can't doss my eye, for somehow 1t make me feel IJ tf h
sorry because Dear papa has said: There 1. no Santa
Claus But we know that there Is, little Annie replied,
for he came every year before Dear Mama died. But
then, I remember, that she used to pray, and God would
hear everything, Mama would say.
'Nothing To Do' That' right, Sister Annie, and without a word more,
four little bar feet were out on the floor.
Four little hand folded, they knelt by their bed. Now,
Nothing to do?
Willie said, Annie, you bow down your head, and be very
Nothing to do? still, till I say the amen. By that you will know that Bells"

Put some mustard in your shoe your turn ha* began Jingle, Sings
Dear Jesus-Let Santa Claus come here tonight and
'N d I Fill your pockets full of soot bring me some present, before It Is light I want anew

Drive a nail I into your foot dolly, a bird that will sing, a real sewing basket, Of Snow and Sleigh

Put some sugar in your hair and a shiny gold ring
Dices Papa, dear Jesus, and cause him to see that
1pt Throw your toys upon the stair Santa must love us much better than he. Help him to "Dcahlng thro' the snow In a ont-horu open sleigh;

Smear some jelly on the latch smile and be happy again. Bless Mama, and Willie, O'er the field toe go, laughing all the way;

Eat some dirt and strike a match and Annie, amen Bells on bobtail ring making spirit bright:
Dear Jesus: Let Santa Claus come here tonight and What fun It it to ride and ling a sleighing long tonight
Draw a picture on the wall bring me some presents before It Is Ul lt. I want a a
Spread some marbles along the hall real tooUbox, also a sled, with bright shiny runner "A day or two ago t thought I'd take a ride;
Now curl in and all painted red, a gun and a knife and some kind And soon Mist Fannie Bright was seated by my .Id,.
up Mommy's lap, of toy Amen And then Jesus, I'll be a good boy.Their The hone was lean and lank, misfortune ",m'et hit lot;
Close your eyes, and take a nap He got Into a drifted bank, and we, we got vpiot.
prayers being ended they crept Into bed and

By Sheila McMillen soon In sound slumber, was each little head. "Now the ground it white; go It while you're young;
Eight..nine and the clock in the steeple struck ten
Take the girls tonight, and ting this sleighing' song
l 14 and dedicatedto father had of his children I was
d4 he age ere the thought again. Just get a bobtailed bay, two-forty for hit speed;
sister Shelley, 8. cross with the children, he mentally said, gave vent Then hitch him to an open sleigh ant crack you'll take
to my feeling and cent them to bed. I'm sure they'veforgotten "
the trait
It all before this, and that I refused them their a a .
twice asked for kiss But ]Just to make sure, I'll steal REFRAIN:

u up to their door, for I never was harsh to my darling "Jingle" bells Jingle" bells! Jingle" all the war!

before.So O! What fun it it to ride in a one-hone open sleigh
NAPLES saying, he softly ascended the stairs, and arrived
FLY just In time to hear both of their prayer. His Annie' Although it says not a word bells to go Into action.
()eer MIAMI "Bles Papa" brought forth some big tears, and Willie' about Christmas, the song, Both the melody and lyrics
brave promise fell sweet on his ear. "Jingle, Belle," la now a familIar were written by James Pier-
Their prayer being ended, he turned and went down, part of the holiday season pont, who was the son of a
O Year Round Daily Schedule threw off velvet slipper and warm dressing gown, donned The spirited description of minister and who ran away to
hat, coat and boots and went out In the street, a million "Dashing thro' the snow, In a sea at the age of 14
NspUt To Miami alre facing the bitter cold sleet. Nor stopped he until one-horse open sleigh" con Plerpont wrote the song In
we're he had bought everything from the bright shiny sled, jures up visions of the old- the late 1850'*, according to
dresming of a bright 7i45 AM. 11,30, A.M. 3.45 P.M. to the tiny gold ring. And when he had finished, the fashioned Yuletide nearly everyone Encyclopedia Americana, He

Christmas for our many friends and first thing they would see-as they came down the stairs- remembers or likesto was then living In the Boston
Thank for Miami To Naples were the present and tree. think he remember suburb of Medford where, at
patrons. you your generous support. 9.00A.M. 2,15 P.M. 500P.M. Then he wrote on a card, a* he turned out the light, Usually It 1* thought of at the time,the only piano In the
"To Annie and Willie, from Santa, goodnight." (By Nana.) "Jingle Bells," but early copiesof entire village was located In
West Coast Furniture CeimwtUms a4 RtMrrttloM te say past I. Ike werM. Would like to ask a favor of you. Read this to some the song show that the title the parlor of Simpson's Tav
child during tht* Xmas season, u I well rememberhow
NAPLES AIRLINES was really meant to be "Jingle, ern. It was there Plerpont
Co. we looked forward to hearing each year. Bell*" with a comma addedto picked out the "Jingle, Bella"melody.

& Equipment Naples Airport COMOWM I MUml Alrpert LOCAL NEWSIn make It a command to the .

INC. MJ M4S4 MB 44111 listing the names of the Naples folk who went on

860 6th Ave. So. Nsplei, Fl.. City Tkkel efflee Naples TriT.I Ageacy 4 Center the cruise with us the names of Mary Scalfe and the they will have plenty. Please remember the column

Charles Slmondlnger were omitted. The Slmondlnger will be a day early again next week so anyone havinerue.t.
were listed a* from New York, but they have lived In .
parties, bit fish, or even big fish *tnrleturn
Naples for 11 years, are Cruise Club member and
them In to me or the office by Tuesday noon. Will also
were the first to sign up for the trip. I also happento
ask that you write your item a* it eliminate misspelling
know that although they celebrated their golden anniversary .
of names, etc.
they can both do a real cool Cha Cha. I mailed Xmas dinner
n We will be sorry to miss the day party
the paper to Rev Wooley In Haiti. Hope we hear from and have all
play here at the recreation hall but hope to
him; will let you know. the fact next week. I think I shall tell my "relates"that
Well the BIO day Is almost here. all
Hope you get
next year they will have to come here.
everything you wished for. One thing I am certain of Land
The pretty outdoor decorations here In Naples
Is The Postmaster did NOT wish for
any more Yacht Harbor remind me to drive around and see the
special Xmas ) tee hee We Thursday .
stamps ( ) are leaving other before we leave.
TOV'I.AtF to spend Xmu Eve with my sister and her familyin John and France Seewald are back from Cutchogue,
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West Palm Beach. Then we will all go to Coral
N. Y., for the winter.
Gables to have our Xmas dinner with my niece and her There are a couple of new coaches In the park but Ihaven't
family. Aren't we lucky We had not planned on going
with the
caught up owner a* yet.
away until the last day or so, and then we felt we would
I O r Mr. Paul Hanlon left on the 19th for Louisville, Ky.
call Kan's Mom and tell her that would her. I
we ee
She out meet Mr. Hanlon there and they will spend the
know I have told you she Is 82, and so we just knew holiday with their son and his family, then drive back
she would be glad not to be alone. After all, at her age, to the Harbor as permanent residents. Hope they do
what can one do? HAH-I don't know what I will be doing not freeze before then.

rrA1h at that age but here 1* what Mom Roger I* doing She Right here and now I want to wish a very special, Merry
sox t Informed us she was all packed and leaving this a.m Xmas to the C. C. News and all the staff for being so
via Jet, for Atlanta, where she would change to a plane for nice.I .
Louisville to spend the holiday with her folks In New
feel I should warn you, If you ire driving around
Albany, Ind. She also Informed us that, u long as we the Park after dark and see what looks like a bunchof
wouldn't be together for New Years either she would
glow worms, It ain't. It's only our blke-rldlng younf
have a party and we could come over and help her cele. stirs all lit up

brate her 83rd birthday In February. When we men. Ken join me In wishing each and everyone of you a
aced we had tried to call earlier and asked had she
happy, happy Christmas and a healthy, bountiful new
been resins, she laughed and said "Why honey I just y.arlFrees I
lot In, one of the girls took me to an Xmas party at the

Now, please don't put me In the dog house yet; my Conscience burning of his Model-T Ford.
Xmas story took the space alloted for me to finish about The company paid him $US
our trip. I still have a week to finish it, before the year About Accident damages'The
I* up. So look for It next Thursday, friends?
Things here In the Harbor are really humming Folks After 35 Years man walked Into the. of.
are busy with holiday plan and so have not turned In flee of Aetna agent James L.
R much news They assure me that after the New Year Busby Wednesday announcedthe
Aa unidentified senior citizen
fire was no accident
ha* faced up to the challenge of and offered to return the moo.y .
Christmas and fare 1903 car .
science tree.Thirtyfive.
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wfit ,. year ago the "He paid us $229 cask and
/ man, hard hit by the depression, seemed greatly relieved that we
/fit 1 filed a claim with Aetna Insur. 'would accept the money," Busty
r a ,, sate Co. for the accidental said.
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. / it's Christmas / 1

,; and we'd like

I c.l a b: to extend our sincere wishes

to one and all for an old fashioned -, ; "'e1r y
Y f r1W
holiday filled with joy and ;; !

Is \ t and cheer. May the

special happiness of the holiday e 4 _

season be reflected

throughout the days to come N nE t :

Jpe OVMMMU kettt p.oIloud end ;

1 clear At yew ,keof the* meseoge' ,

way you hood be /fitted S
We of
Staff of '

824 Fifth Av*.. So.
CORNERS You Every Joy of the !
Naples, FloridaDAN Holiday Season

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COLLIE COUNTY NEWS N.pl. Fit.. Thurtd.y. bc.mb.". %4. I'M 55SANTA
Johnson To Ask *?..

ABRAHAMSON 1r Higher Postal

RcORNE.R." Rates This Year i

y President Johnson has "u.1 d ti
decided to ask Congress for
higher rates on Meond Hid third. : +eM Y QJ.e ee e s e
BROOKE: BOWL coring honors for the night with class mall and U now reported
May we take this opportunity a 118 fame and a SM .series living serlmis consMeratlon l<>
to say Merry Christmas to each and Haael Abrahamson turned asking pay raises for Civil Mrv.
and every bowfor and to wish in a 508 set lller_'. Chevro. Ice and postal workers
aU of you "good bowling" In let made U three over First Tit* derision on pay increasesfor
the year to com. Also our National Bank, and Becky's won Uncle Sam's I..' mUllon rt.TlUan .
thanks to the Collier County 2 Vi while Naples Camera Shop workers I* GIlt of the poll.
News for making it possible for was winning lye poi.... Ruby t cy questions Mill facing Johnson'
Keglers Korner to appear In its Und tossed a 177 loner, Jaclnta In the final stage of Ma work on'
dally paper so that all bowlers Wright games of U8 and 160 the federal budget.
may keep up on what la taking and a 468, Ruth Campbell 168 Budget Director Kermit
place at the bowline lanes at Katie StuD 167 and 169 and a Cordon said Wednesday that
Naples. 462, Kaye Ran 159, Fran Ham. W447i work on the budget was "ovai M
+ + + Uton a nice 185 single, Jeanne the hump" H. steered clear The Presbyterians took three Veenschoten 158, Shirley das. specific figures, but aald the
points from the Assorted Chris. ser 164, Patti Dottle 15M57, i budget would be 'very, very .
tlans Tuesday night In the Men'i Helen Henson 189-474, Mary substantially below" the $106 : ; IN SAIGONh.roei \.m-iu.I-.n, r ..n hnst 1
Church League as Bob Boyd Bliss 119, Barbara Hare gamesof billion originally liked by de. mss then i bound in l ht' a irlohratuuimili \ utain t : IS
rolled a 201 game and 1566 124 and two 122's, Bea Mohr. partmentt and agencies for the no exception .boarded soldier visidul! t v iKuii( orphanage
aeries and Huble Hart turned bacher 160, Rose Morrison 179 fiscal year which starts nut to distribute jiiftn! to I the children
In a nice 5SO without a 200. 481, Georgia Pearman 167, Marl July 1.Asked.' __
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The league Leaders, MethodistNo. tha Vaughn 182-479, Barb Hayes U the total would be
1, had "Mac" McKlrahan 171, Nancy Keen 153.441, Anne Plan Bi-Racial kept under $100 billion Cordon 7htJAh
rolling a 206JZ4 and Scott Wolfe Brown 17&459, and Marcie Wine aid he couldn't jive precise ,
also a 524 u they won three brenner 143 figures. Spending this fiscal
from First Christian Church who p Church ServiceAt year U estimated at $87.1 bll.
had Charlie Rice turning in I PINE LANESA line ; ((1j a
545, Ken McConkey shootlnia 527 using a 223 game rol. r ( The President has been die.
527' and AI Fayard scoring led by Carter Benfleld was high Ripley Miss. cussing the budget with various
a 518. Harry Harer was high In the Men's Tuesday Night Cabinet official here this week
for Emmanuel Lutherans u he Church League as the Naples RIPLI-Y, Miss. (AP) Then He had no official appointmentstoday
rolled a 481 to lead the teamto Baptists< won three out of four will be biracial Christmas serv. and planned to spend a veryg
a four point victory over from Trinity no. L Ken Arnold Ices F rldatn( the raw shell of anew relaxing day.brf ore-Christ mas
Methodist No. 2 as Norwood contributed a 199-503, while Nor. 1Ju. church rising on the ashes with his family at their ranch
Boles' 488 was the best they man Herren was shooting a 191 of one burned In racial anger. hum e.One.
game and a 522 for the losing "We of Johnson's decisions '
could com up with. The Chris won't have II finishedsod /
tain Pinheads of the Women' team .. Bonita Baptists No. 1 had we might not have a roof," Wednesday Wit to ask for the
Church League took all thru Richard Bohrer toss a nice 223 said Prof. Paul F. Schmidt, higher rales on second andthlrd.cl.
games from the Dlablos with game and come In with! a 503 "but we're going to have two ... mall Becond-claas ;
Mary Armbrust the star u she series to lead the team to a four services Christmas Day, no mall Includes newspaper and I
point win over Christian No. 2 third-class consists
shot a big 223 game and an matter what. magatlnes,
even 500 set. The Question as Robert Zwlcker shot a 190 ti'4 The professor headed the mainly of advertlatngmatier.Oronouskl .
Marks made It two out of three single( game. Trinity No. 2 and group of 31 Oberlln (Ohio) Col. said the Post Office to ell
over the Methodists, and the Bonita Baptists No. 2 were all leg students who formed the Department plans to hire more
Mixed Christians won two from even at the end of the evening's "Carpenters for Christmas" employes to cut down excessive
the Gutter Dusters. Some of match with Glenn tiles high witha church rebuilding project. overtime and Increase efflcUn. \ .
the lower average bowlers cams 509 for the Baptists and Wal. The Antloch Baptist Church cy. lie did not say how big the
through with some nice games- lace Abernathie shooting a 501 went up In flames shortly afterU Increase would be.
Cells Boles shot 1115 game, to take honors for Trinity No. 2. r. was used for a rally of the The postmaster general also
Brenda Shanahan a 170 and 157, + + + \ / Mississippi Freedom D nx>. said the closing down of the my
Hilda Tatu a 1S3,Margaret Stock. Margaret Simpson took honorsIn .. I cratlc party. B Is one of at least smallest post offices fourth
Ing 146, Merell Golden 162, the Women's Church Leagueas f' 80 destroyed by fire or explosionin class would be stepped up. In '
:Naomi Rogers 18S, Jane Russell she rolled games of 172 and Mississippi summer The recent years these offices have
158, end Judy Rimes a 158. 170 for a 494 series, but her SANTA PAID A VISIT to the Carver Playtime site Is about sU miles east of been closed at the rate of 400 to :
+ + 4- team, the Holy Bowlers went Rtplejr. (00 a year.Oronouski. friends
Nursery children Mondlwhell they were entertained -
Ron and Jim's TV made a, down to a four point defeat at the Two walls are standing and said offices would S ,
clean sweep of Baronl's Res. hands of the Christian Daffy's by members of Girl Scout Cadet Troop 121 others are taking rapid shape. be closed only In cases where
taurant as Linda Sauchelll roll who had Gert Appleby rolling a in the Scout House Tho guests and their hostesses But Schmidt does not expect to equal or better services couldbe
ed a nice 217 game and i 532 459 set. Trinity No. 1 took three are shown above. Relow is a close-up of complete the work before the provided by rural\ or star
set to lead the team. Ches. points from First Baptist with Santa himself with a model 1 of his home at the group must return to Oberlln routes
sera Wash-o.Mat also won four Carol Shepard's 153 game high North Pole made by Mrs. Allen Bibee. rijrht. Tha Jan. 2. They travel by car,
points from the Anchor Lounge for the winners, and Jean King house was built of loaf sugar while the parapets "We cant hope to have the In Japan aid ry
u Mary Armbrust rolled games rolling a 140 for the losers. were of frosted ice cream cones act on graham roof on until sometime next December 25 li not a national -
of 189 and 188 and tallied a Fay Hatcher with a 179 and Tina week but we've got the back. holiday In Japan but
crackers, truly a sweet morsel for anv little mousethat "
bane of the built he add.
531 set. Conditioned Air won Klbbe a 151 led the Emmanuel thing you'd never know it from the
(NEWS photos)
might happen along
three out of four from the Bankof Lutherans to a three one win .d. colorful store decorations and
Naples u Juanita Snyder took over the Saintly Sinners who had The Christmas Day service the happy squeals of youngsters 2
.Rose Ingram shooting a 467 will be open to all races, said fitted by "Santa Claus
series. Don't Drive after dinner, before driving your Schmidt. San
+ + 4- car." the motor club said. "A '9 don't expect any trouble stores MAMIE B >tOOlCf'irtitfJf
Shepherd Maiden Maria Hatcher took honors In short nap would be a good ides,,, because of this," he said. Department may naveat
Shepherds are familiar fig the Rock n'Bowlers League Tues. After Heavy especially if alcohol has beer I r many as 100 Bantu
urea Christmas stories and a part of the meet* '
irk day night when she rolled gamesof
carob/ill1ctt M "While Shep- 188, 177 and 178 and a nice You rn&1I'call off your dirt "Jf! <<
herds Watched Their Docks 843 serf... Terry Murnan wu Holiday Meal for that one day without doln|
by Night not far behind with a 533 usinga great damage to your ht<h., PT
More novel, but equally established 202 game Elaine Sheldon Planning to forget your waist. the club said, but letting y our aw
In tradition, Is the tossed a 194 game to score a line during the forthcoming guard down for one second when
story of the shepherdess who 494 set, Mary Jo Glbbs regls. Christmas holiday you are behind the wheel can, I
visited the stable on the first lend a 488 with a 171 game and Eat all you want, but the Pen. be disastrous.In F
Christmas night. Ethel Jones shot a 487 series. Insula Motor Club (AAA) warns I ITo
"D'ou vlens-tu, bergere" Kay Heir shot a 180 single game I that the drowsiness that often' Russia
(or"Whence Come You,Shep- Janet Reahard a 172, Ethel DIna. accompanies I a heavy holiday Russian children hang up Our Friends
herd Maiden'') was broughtto burg 174 Katy Hani 188, Marge I meal does not make for alert their stockings on New Year's .
Canada In the 17th century, Seaberg' 168, Bett Miller 156, 'driving, Eve, In anticipation of Grandfather -
by early French settlers, In the Marty Little 164, Eva Hogue 166, tlie A U club urged motor. Frost's 'visit Though FF
carol, a questioner asks the and Shirley Johnson 181. B, J, Isis: against driving too soon Communists eliminated the :
shepherdess where she has Broughton converted the SJO after the festive Christmas dla.ner. religious celebration of Christ
been and what sne has seen, split and Bessie Combs the 1.740 I mas. they allowed the chil No We Didn't !
and she In turn describes the split to take sharpshootlng honors "H Is advisable to watt for dren's festivities of the season Forget
manger scene. for the night at least an hour, even longer, to remain. e


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Q foyous holiday ever!

From your 16 Naples Carriers of the VJS. Postal

> Department the friendliest of Holiday Greetings! ; j5Jlla",1

i Dear Friends 8

;z w,'. like I* Uk tk4s eppel1.iifey I. esfreM I. jroe.svrvs die ,e1e we SlI/J J"c.Q F
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61 COUItft COUNTY rows, feel* Iqe? rkee+.,. Otnmktr K IH4 Bias Rivera said a survey he The eattad president of the
sad otter etbee mede owedease Cuban laitsstrlallsis tssnc laiiimAeecrtbed E4stp4J
numrfaoHrers are U*. tokeoeo grew u> the __
laf' the contest of Imported Domtalcaa Republic as most
Not Even Havana SameIn leaf la clears to conserve the similar to Havana bat The I By ALICE REDEM"Rad1 f
Cigars .....,. price of such Imports has doub
I .* one Urge. factory I visit led or tripled' te added. Merry Christmas to every- Graber stuhie, I
ed," he said, '\Ny.cI only Growing. in the Qulncy area of boydl To Mte Chinos, Tom tot Saturday night and n i ,
Castro Regime Expert Says one Haves leaflet per cigar. northern Florida are some 500 Hayer and tU my otter bosses by Inches: winning a goat ..
Soaae other factories used 10 acre of Cuba.ype tobacco for down tt the "New."; Merry our local speedway
per cent real Cuban tobacco." processing into light green cigar Christmas to moss nice Naples' he didn't really' stub la' ..
AP Havana clears kale to fight diseases, and lack Some cigar makers use tobac.co wrapper leaf .
MIAMI ( )- folks who Mm us greetings. he Just got himself bun
like you used to puff n_, are of care IB general." grown from seed Imported "They are better than navuw the Swan- Florida sand Though"Rod"
from Cuba aill others Ute leaf wrappers" said Bradley Mun .r Merry Christmas to
till a revolution plus two or But la Tampa the Cigar Man.atacturera had lived here
three years away says a Cuban Association said the similar to the Havana product. roe, one of the region's top tobaccomen. sons of Royal Harbor, to my ,;
tiles from Cuba's "There friends at the Mansion House long enough to know ahoy
exile tobacco expert. aroma of Havana Us not dts. principal is a big demand + rrti
Even In Cuba, the Havana appeared In this country. Some tobacco province, Plnar del Rio, for them. Cuban exiles to husband Fred at BrooksldeBll Florida sand traps othere
art not the same under the Fidel cigar makers still have a two or have been successfully planting help grow" the tobacco." lards. Bless his !heart. I pltchtn anyway He
Castro regime added TultoDUx three years' supply of Cuban Cub 4mport d seed in Hoodur. Cuba's current production of hardly ever get to seehim any
Rivera former Cuban to tobacco It reported. as, Diu Rivera aid The oper. tobacco traditionally the cOU more. I'll say tt again. Merry NEWCOMERMrs.
bacco manufacturer. Three shiploads of Cuban leaf atlon Is being extended to Costa try's third Industry after sugar Christmas to everybody I BUndtna Hyndm ,
"If Castro la. overthrown it arrived In Tampa before the Rica, Nicaragua and elsewhere. and tourism, remains a well Mrs. Elvis Ruffln of Lake a newcomer to Lake f ,
will still take two or three years. IX UA embargo on Cuban Us' report added. guarded secret, Diaz Rivera Kel'' is spending' the holidays having bought a lot hen
'It still Isnt the Ha. said. y
genuine .
plantations. and were stockpiled.
Cuba's Imports
to rebuild with relatives In Georgia.Congratulations moved her mobile home
Dlai Rivera continued. "They In IM1, 35 manufacturers In wens, DIal Rivera Insisted.
Rev and Palm Lake Trailer Park
"Difference In soil CALL THE NEWS FOR to
have degenerated because ol Tampa produced 750 million cl. and oth.rt.cto ,
,. Ledles They are Hyndman is the mother of
lack of fertilizer lack of chem gars. make a difference RUBBER STAMPS Mrs. Bargo.
-- proud parents of a new baby Fred Redenbaugh and Mrs. '
daughter named Mary Susan. set Duncan.

''' The Bargos have two other To my readers my Chn "
daughters. Ellen and Sally. mas wish to you is;

That you may hold forev, .
t OFF FOR VIET NAM your heart the golden men 'I:
Staff Sgt. Wilson Whitehead of each happy Christmasyou
4 left Saturday morning for San have ever known...
\\ % Francisco where he Is scheduled every gift God has giver .

to leave for a year of active may grow with the years ,
duty at Viet Nam. Sgt. White- fill the hearts of those you

head has been enjoying a leave with its fragrance... And It"
here with his family on Lin- every hour of joy or of sor ,
\e/ I wood Avenue. Family is Mrs. the peace-givtng smile of 'l
Mary (Peggy) Whitehead and Christ-child may abide I'

.. children. Susan eight years you... And keep you near t to .
old, Ricky four years old and
M... c. is 1 \ :i ..wsd'MJ1
; two-year-old Dawn. Sgt.White-
Woman Celebrate
-. head Is the son of Mr. and

.: __ Mrs.Naples.Ben Whitehead of East 106th Birthday

Miss Ruth Ann McKlrahan With Open House

b spending the holidays at the BATTLE CREEK MI'h.1
: the home of her parents Mr and Maggie Rozler will celel, '.
Sp irltn Mrs. Ralph McKlrahan of Van her 106th birthday on Christ

C! Burerj Street. Ruth Ann attends Day with an open house.
Ohio Northern University Mra. Rozler, who lives
J at Ada. Ohio. with her daughter, Anna &
Mr. and Mrs.Russell Duncan 72, said her recipe for a ions"
0 was, "You must have low
of Lake Kelly have as holiday heart for everybody."
guests, their son and daughter- Mrs. Sears is the only (1"
in-law Mr. and Mrs.John Dun her eight children still sea
: ChHstmas : / can of Fon Wayne. Ind. Mrs.
FLYING CHRISTMAS TREES are the peacocks. Richard Redenbaugh Is a sisterof Ing.Born In Dublin Ga., in I l' ",
Darwin is reported to have admired th' peacock's John Duncan and the two Mrs. Rozler and her huv
families are the visits moved north in 1920. Her
marvelous enjoying
development from an cjor aa the most
died In 1923.
accomplishment of Nature. Just coming into full togethe band
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.. "bloom" at this time of year, the cocks or malesof w I
Cet the peafowl species! will disport from now until PERRY
us turn thoughts to the
our late sprint, using their fabulous feathering to woo "
U first Christmas and capture In I f and bedazzle the female of the species, n drab CHRISTMAS

short-talled version of the male At Caribbean
hearts all love
.. our the peace, .. Gardens here in Naples the three varieties of To All Out v

and understanding of that Day. peacocks to be seen offer keen competition to the Friends Policy Hclclci- u
U renowned Duck Vaudeville performers, vying with
them for the visitors' attention. With five duck from

vn the true spirit of Christmas, +- ". .. show performances daily and a dozen or more JOY W.
peacocks displaying. Gardens' visitors arc hard fl
with and .
we you a happy holy Day ', '" .r.
U r put to get everything on film. JOHN W. GRAYTQRQ. "
and pray that the blessing ofthe ...,.. ( Tal ;.. i/fI ".Iot+ ,tt i ,.. Y Jr' .

season will truly IKS yours. r % .. -

,1 .'........ ....t".i' Christmas Marriage Season

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... tub .wI For Peace Corps In NigeriaLAGOS : SPRINKLER AUTOMATIC SYSTEM

Nigeria (AP) for at least a month of yuletide
I .
"- Christmas Is the marriage sea vacation. Since more than 500 of
son for the Peace Corps In NI. the (00 volunteers In the country

.r3Y1" 1 MI" 1i1U geria.B are secondary school teachers
.Is also a time for travel and they have ample opportunity for
such special projects U inspect. sightseeing and parties.
log shrimp. Wearing white safety helmets,
Five marriages were ached the young Americans are a
uled within a week of Christmas common sight this week butting
The BANKNAPLES Day Four united Peace Corps over bush roads on their motor
volunteers The fifth Joined a scooters.
former corps member Gather. In the corps' Lagos headquarters > TORO AUTOMATICALLY:
toe Zastrow of Fort Thomas Is a Christmas tree com. i uwwn jeurwater eiNt'; .: '
Ky., and a Nigerian Clement plete with dabs of Imitation increases ytfurareperiy 1n
.. temple
Onyemeukwe. snow The temperature Is In the value ; : .
Moat Nigerian schools close 80s and the tree Is an evergreen saves the work ef iwtertnf:' .......... a' .
bush from the front yard of the Helps. g i Beautiful ...
'i office. town ': : '" .
| "We call d African pine. ftI Kn.KMHs.jhHy. freight
has a proper name but nobodycan teyem -.,.... ,f" ",....\ ,
remember it," said Dr tfes you meialeiture time .
I William C. SaltonsUll the corps tRU ISTIMAm. W M .
fee ftetf'te tiwk v
P director for Nigeria.
$$7 Greetings Beds are scarce In the nearby
l: Peace Corps hostel as members
> pour Into Lagos from posts In
'b the bush. Volunteers are in
I( more than 300 Nigerian .ommu.

laities. 0 to0t
Volunteers are expected to
> undertake a "project"' either
f during the Christmas vacations
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h e : COUIM COUNTY NfWS N.I... IMe.. Tlwnder. December 24 IU4 71

..A'9 OM. U/lhl f. ", Nasser ---
them We do not need their additional $35 million worth for
Money." the coming year to ease a set 1ou .
Relations between the United shortage
GAL I Tells U.S. States and the U.A.R worsened
NATURE when a mob sacked the UJ. Nasser said Ambassador Bat.
4 Information agency library In tie, In a call on the U.A R min.
Cairo last month In later of
t protest supplies Tueeov
By An LaBaMHIt Bewes 'To Go To'CAIRO against the Anerlcan. elglafl "stayed only two IDlnut.." 1&)11> t
mission in the Congo Last week aid he could not poasll l>
an American oil company's peak about (supplies) becausethe
There are over 400 specie Another curious thing about (AP) Relations be. plane was shot down by the conduct of the Egyptian
of bird of prey In the world hawks is the larger site ot the tween the United matt. and the Egyptian air force u It was was not good"
and most of them an consldtred female. In United Arab Republic deteriorated flying from Jordan to Libya,
some species she "u the Americans want II'
"110 good varmints." A Is several inches bigger than further today in the wake of and the two crewmen were
dead hawk II better than a live the male Both sexes help build I speech by President Oamal killed'. give us aid at the price of dominating .
one, cay many Ignorant people the n.st. Incubate the birds Abdel Nasser telling America in The United States has been our policy," Nasser told
Yet, tntst specialized predators and bring food. B Is young believed effect to take its aid and "go to supplying I the U.A.R, about }UO the cheering crowd, "I say "'tare >
art to valuable that without them that some, like the eagles may hell," million a year In food under a sorry We are reedy to cut
w. might b. knee-deep in mice, matt for life. Little birds of Speaking in Port Said three.yetr agreement that ex. our rations and minimize our
carcass., rabbits or all three prey are quite helpless when Wednesday, Nasser accused plies next June SO Nasser' dally consumption to keep oir
and more. Like every other hatched and require much cart US Ambassador Lucius Battle government had asked for an Independence"
species, birds of prey have a until fledged. At such times, 01 trying to put economic pr... .
natural position In the schemeof the amount of food necessaryto sure on Egypt and declared!
things, and they "Anyone who doe not like our
art pn.ral.ly sate the babies' appetites is
useful and beneficial attitude can drink from the aea OPEN
to man. prodigious. For some, It takes
Our flying raptors keen wild 5 mice, or half a dozen spar And U the Mediterranean is not
life populations clean and rows or a large rabbit to feed THEY( tDN'T GET CLOSE enough When Santa stopped for big enough, we will give" him the
htalthy. They pick off the sick, one youngster each day I At a visit to the MiunjtstiM at the Chinch of God kind ll rgart'n( and nursery Red Sea to drink too.
"drink from the sea"Is the CHRISTMASDAY
crippled and weak. They tidy such times, it becomes apparent school on loth Street, North %Wednesday nft. nioon, lit vas besieged To -
of to
up other animals' kills and ae.,,why Dr. A. K. Fisher wrote, with wide-c\ed moppets who poured into his mi the gifts they "go Egyptian to the slang devil or equivalent"10 to hell> "
eldest victims. What's more, "AU hawks, with one or two want him to bring them tonight Two even climbfl up on his knee No official UJt comment was

they Included are beautiful.In this huge orderof beneficial exceptions,to are the to farmer some extent" In where they sat contentedly while he listened patiently to the tequests available Immediately in Wash.
NEWS ) Ington. U.S. officials indicated
( photo
Owls of
birds are the klt s, acclpl.his book "Hawks and
however, that a request by Nat.
ttrs, buttos, falcons, vultures, the United States. ser for $1J million worth of surplus ".::.t Coffee Shop Open
eagles and o.prey. These crta. For those who have never de. .
food would be shelved be.cause
tures hunt vertebrate animalsby veloped a liking for birds of Money Flowing In And Out Of of his aid to the Congoleserebels From 6:30 a.m. to
day using their hooked bills prey, the place to go Is Hawk .
and strong talons to good ad. Mountain Sanctuary In Pen. Nasser's outburst apparent 1) 10:00 p.m.
vantage. When they have finisheda nsylvanla. Spend an autumn day was touched off by UA accusa.
meal be It rats, fish or a dead high atop the Klttatiny Ridge Banks Faster Than A Year AgoBy tlons that he Is aiding the Con.
antelope, birds of prey cough up i with a northwest wind racing golese rebels and Intimationsthat
pellets which contain all the In.through the trees. You'll.. U.8 aid would be curtailed DINING ROOM OPEN;
digestible part of their meal.hawks at their finest. Waves SAM DAWSONAP of lendable funds for the flnanc.tng tra Interest because of the
of this
Pellets can Indicate where a and bands of migrating birds Business News Analyst of the business transactionsthat : moves the United States has because Speaking to a rally celebrat. 11:30 ant to !):(OO)() p.m.
hawk or taglt Is roosting and 1 bottleneck at this narrow, highpoint NEW YORK (AP) Money Is precede the holiday ..pend.in been taking to bolster the Brit. log the end of the 1938 Israeli.
can also show what foods he of the mountain ranges. flowing In and out of the na. rush. The Fed can Increase Ish pound and at the same time Britlsh.French Invasion of the
prefers. Bones, fur and featherscan They sail and soar past at speeds tlon's banks at a taster clip thana these reserves by buying up keep the dollar sound. One Sues, Nasser declared: Complete selection of Christmas
be found and examined by up to 80 m.p.h.> In a glorious year ago and probably UA government securities. The move was to rates the short. "We have Mitt arms to the I dinners to choose with all the
wildlife biologists and an display of flying freedom. In through your fingers, too. This cash It pays Is deposited In the term Interest rates here to keep Congolese rebels and we will
accurate menu listed for whatever .one day 11,392 Broadwing Hawks rapid: turnover Is one of the rea. banks and becomes the basis for dollars at home and out of European continue to send arms becausethe trimmings
species regurgitated the have been counted plus a dozenother sons the available money supplyIs loans.In money center. rebel. need them and need
pellet. species Golden Eagles still Increasing.This January, the Fed normally At the same time, UA mone. the support of the honest nationsof
too. To. dries up some of the surplus authorities have succeededIn
make their appearance, is helping make possible tary the world. The U.A.R. cannot
SHARP EYES tale of about 25,000 birds of prey the stabilising of long-term In. return flow of money to the holding long-term rate watch aggression against the
One of the best features of are not uncommon at Hawk Moun. ttrtst rites and holding short banks u loans and bill are steady so a* not to discourage Congo and stand handcuffed \
raptor. Is their excellent eyes.lain between August and late term rates at a level designed to paid. tt can do this by selling further economic growth B'* a "We do not accept any words On (the Trail North
Normally, a hawk can see as November. B Is one of the most protect the dollar In Internatlon. securities, and stashing away neat trick and the Increased against us and we will cut off
well u a man with 8-power blno. exciting blrd.watchlng treats In al dealings. the cash it receives. turnover In checking account 1* the tongue of anyone who uses Phone MI 2-7146 cTVJI.at \.
cularsl Not only are objectsat the entire USA. This is the period of the year This year the process has ex. helping
long distances easily seen, The birds of pre can be when the most strain Is placedon .-..-- .. -
but moving creatures at night divided up Into groups, all of the money supply when it Is
can be distinguished quickly by which art easy to spot. Kites, most In demand both as checks ::J.._. .., ::J.._ ''.'''. ) ,," '- -) .:..tftE -.......
these birds. They have two (and there are four species In and as paper currency and "' H'__ ...;o" H' IH" ,, .;.j ,, .J... ......, "' \,
focusing points within their eyes this country) are weak.bllled coins. B Is the season for high t1 }
Instead of one U In humans. shortJegged, lleht1y-buUt rap. credit demands, too, as business
tors who live In the South and finances its holiday trade. Ap. '1
prefer open terrain. They feed parent/! the money supply Is
on lizards, snakes, frogs still fairly easy. .
r and such with the rare Ever. After Christmas the money
glades Rdte subsisting whollyon will flow back Into the banks. at t
snails. a fast rate as business and con. I
sumer bills are paid. Money
should ease still further. It "
should be a month or more be.
fore any further strain could JJ
dtvtlop. And this Is all to the I
good as far as the monetary 1 J;
authorities are concerned while f. .
they strive to hold long-term rA
rates down and short-term rates
: fairly high
The Federal Reserve Bank of I
New York reports today that In
November thedemand deposit
turnover, or checking account
usage, In 837 UA localities out.
side the major money centers
was 8V4 per cent greater than a
year ago
The gain Is Impressive In W
term of dollars changing
hand. Check transaction in *
November were $15.. billion
higher la the 337 localities In
November than a year ago.
jIfrcaholiday( The speed with which money
changes hands is only one of the J
ways that the effective money ..er s
The season it here supply has been Increasing.The ; ::
Federal Reserve itself
and in the midst of all the merrymaking helps at this season of the year *

we'd like to extend bed by seeing that the member ._ N"j
banks have Increased amounts
wishes and greeting to our frirndu II j p1npQ "T j.ft

PENfORiVERT rOUR ...:. ( t l
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Wilh f tnoine appreciation for your many (avers

r and* friendly feed will, wt take this ipportini'ly le island ft

t itaieo's greetings and sincere feed wishes far year it

V holiday pUaiarr. May every festive hear be bright with joys tt fresh

as the smiling wend,, en the fact el eager, happy. children.ASSOCIATIfi .


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A: Christmas/ Prayer x (m I ( t A.gbtered Aesl gaaee s.bn Jifi

Msgnvt Iftokman. Mr, Peggy IW, Arthur M. Caldwell),
May the spirit of ChrUtmae remain In sill men'* Mr*. Owdte Hoffman, end Nick Wslllngferd

heart eo that hope and peace and love shall prevailover

our land and all other lande on earth. TC-C"1'40HC MIDWAY 2-3146 603 rTH| "AVKMUC COUTH


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r e : Knowledge Lights Up Christmas ,

ale EDITOR'S NOTE "And "The datfcnatt ia pissing dartmeaa," ODd d* rd vm
a will knew the truth "
you .w.y. proclaim; St. John. 'I1te Brat the earth WM swd*. M Wit
fh. truth wijllmok* you free,' true light already it ahinin*." did.

Nytgrr sR II A. tcriptur relates, il woo Such an atmosphere Identifies And in tourist II"
I ,. now
"a fr man from tanofonc the real local of Chri....**. eeei of St.
thank, Miln the $
raaail and dor lino tt that Chriit He and
came cone beyond
II zS Luke. "the d*, pclng free on
.n'o..d hi. life This
the tense of time, in de-kneas,
S l!!...".*"'.l'..-"aa.MaP1....;....;J..:& '. quality of know i n, enlighten to reveal. Iv.J. what high to them has*vitd M alt u in*,daritn to glee***light and
NF:; loci, It the tubjoct of the "ntettt.once does He St.
f pvr"lii'iM"i" convey the ahadow of death, and to
+. fIU...lng fourth ol (he, in
Paul defines
s a'rhNaaMlieae.....ewiae; ....; ;....,...In artleUtar. AP r.hqon'n'' 'The light of the knowledge guide "our feet into the **. of

a"a"#.sass.w...daassierigael,1:."E alt Georg W. Cornell 'I I the glory of God in the face of peace. Me," Mid
"He that sees
1 [.'. .'''.'.'.'......... .lf.., ,...'" t.isr lesus Chntt." Jetut, "..*. Him that enl hie."
d :d .: 4 wl ,.,,, By GEORGE W CORNELL From eon peat, the forlorn In eternal bingi
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'.II .,......I .....*,..-!.*,.;!;'...,...... iphett had beseeched a cloaerview with the mind of God Ih*

h.R.r44sr/. .. ..11....'.............rwr...il..;.. A BLLh-GRAY; l11"P\ Almighty! a deeper Ood. undemanding He teemed to of "logo," "_d" or r**-i"g
'".t."g1 Ifrraredr4 rolls across the lowland mentality .}* bodied forth ore'.lively
I .t .. overwhelming,distant, great, His in1 in
action and speech
'; :. I;. ..;.: .'J..t..s.; and up the side of the "ays put finding out. His birth man.
'. upon u
:a,.t.h.err' .r.m !: ; .e plateau, covering the tan "Why dot thou hid thyface" "He was inth beginning with
\ of David the troubled Job implored. God "All thing
jl gag4.ghe igsgq.gs..nge.rsaeUsigiiigtltlg in shadows wiping write John.
iii Il Go forward, backward, left or went mad Him, and
< the taut purple shimmer fro"r through
1 : h l :!si1.. .aR........1..1.:1.kiii: the eastern iky Th. tombet right, and cod could not be without Him w** not anything
"I 1 hemmed in dark-
found am by
silhouette of the hill" mid made In Him was
HARBOR FLIGHT-This soaring seagull is backed by one net* Oh, that I knew where I
life, and the life fin the light of
of the modern buildings built among the Gothic structuresof t r .a might find Him." man. W. have behM Hi*
lower Manhattan. Far from the open sea, the gull is one $t Arid Isaiah cried, "0 that thou glory "

of many which inhabit New York harbor A : wouldit down.rend" the heavens and Through the pall of murky

com aims, confusion, feirt and artificial -
So the age' ,
went plea through "goda" and glitteringa,
r M'y a yearning prayer and ever\ ,in the
the strange phenomenon, th.I._
spreading eaatem cult and fren-
7 singular disclosure i I. projected
i zie. meant to conjure up a tent
,,. of supernatural pretence. or\ the stage of hit lory.
It gleam on every age, and
"Enth oi," they called the
the calendar
: metturet time acrott -
dizzy climax "OocIlndwelt.
from Anno Domini until
I The day was overcast: and today. "Th Son of God ha*
dark, and ao it ia In changing
come and ha* given u* under-
l- I way on every Christmas eve, landing to know Him who I*

i though pageantry and ballads true. ."write the apostle John
depict It a* blithe. '
Yet, even in the lesson linger
Into "preeent darkneta"rear
the every How could it be'
pearl t In night. mystery
the beacon.
Now It i'I possible to lie the How could God, the infinite, pr-
aura. 1 #.; Into wintry yesterdays, into tiding over untold world, condescend -
"Th light ,hln. In the dark- gilt-veneered uncerttintiet, di- to be a tiny waif, a
n..., and the darkn*** n.. not 1 lemntt and alarms of now and peattnt'a child, a homeless man
4' overcome it." unforeseen tomorrowt./'thetwty, who trudged the hill of Gallic?
the truth,the life"break
> ClokJ In I midnight v.l1l1.. through "For now w* lee in a mirror
shutters of the world.
.;4I wise the countryside and inky black the"Thebright and morning star," dimly," Paul writes, "but then
the atony reeds where Jesus face to face: Now 1 know in part,
the book of Revelation
Mn followed was born, but In the deepest detlgnatea then 1 shell understand fully

a Star to'***k, | 1. hade the sight expand to rec- 1Ii I And Him.He said,"I and the Father even aa I am fully underatood."
ognlz" the subtler ray, the ." The darknett hover till. Il
find are on*
to and
diamond flash and rare Illumination v im't gon*. The record constantly
worshipHim The Christmas vl.IOIfind.. confirm the circling gloom. It
"I hate com a* light Into the Him deed the longed-for knowledge form mtnkind't proscenium forth
so may you "world" nil word announce. of Him In the coming forth tfr, a tttr which shines
find th.p.ac. A whittle call In the black of Chriit. unendingly in Chrittmtt.

and joy cia net of the valley, and crouched rh* true light already it. shining- ". .the revelation of the my. "Th people who walked in
there In 'ahrouded watch, the which secret for darkness have lien a greatlight
was kept
holy Christmas Staff MV birs'"e? hepherd spied the spark which long tgt..') write St. Ptul. ," the prophet Ittith fore-
beckoned from the) cavern. year or more through dusky gorge tlMi 1 haunting room. Yet darkling Storm and dark surrounded Him the Imtgfl of the InvititfVe saw "FoS to u* a child i I. born,
"Behold. I"! and desert plain they came 'li I" ids cncomptssed I I 11 t, and danger and atalked Him from that day to God .in whom<< 'targ hid all the to u* a a01 I* liven. k and His
.a J And learned eastern Magi, in searching wonderment At IBM, iillrd Ills/ brutal time and this, wailing Him with death wTdom and knowledge. name will be called Wonderful
their dim far-off obtervttorlet, they found the Child and i 1"\ ( .I usar's iron empire the king's ittelf, though It could not contain ) Counselor, Mighty God, Ever-
r saw the signal in the able tky outly "they fell down and w-< nouns, struck slaying Children Him Yet His resurrection, In the curtained night arrive letting Father, Prince of Peace: .
CCIWTCIt "And lo, the tttr shipped Him." ,,,i,,I In 2, but Jenu"' family fled too, wit In the middle of the the gift ofChrittm*. "Arite, shine, for thy light
Across the vacant mite., a Gem and Incente wreathed I rah: II lit, to hide in paean exile night to pledge enduring dawn. "Let me light shine our of has come."

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"To then, I can only offer COlLIER COUNTY NEWS N.ptw Fl. TV. ,J.V Dttoixbor 24 |Iv M 9*;
Christmas Spirit ComesTo heartfelt thanks and the prayers

of myself, ,because ay wife we and win.have, tourchildren a A tree grows in Pine Rids by

merry Christmas due to their
People In ,, unselfishness," Bolek wrote to the Mo of a 'lake .
Many WaysBy .1 the mayor
Christmas comes la the words r as
of alary Anne Murray, 11, leavIng mr and a house Is both NIf_ _
- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS shoppers) and with the Joy an- a Philadelphia hospital
Christmas 1M4 comes toAm.rlca old man found late in life- "I dont care about gettingany end
In many ways more houses are built .
B cornea In he appeal of a James A. Fltton, 82, a pen. presents because being ILIA.esetnlleik
stoner In New Orleans, was or. home 1s the greatest gift any. -
Child- phaned In England and said he body could receive"
Bobby Panlcbelle, 5-yw-old was so poor he never rot a She was badly burned Sept SO .
Philadelphia boy, heeded the present u a yc1a Mer. when she re-entered her Mating +t t r v t
plea of bU brother, Stephen, 7, "I never was happy>> In my home In the mistaken belief that -
to give up his favorite stuffed whole life," he Said. "Then one her uncle was still inside
poodle for a collection for the day I hit oa the Santa Claus Doctors told. her she could leave
poor. Bobby screed, but cot lathe Idea. I became the happiestman the hospital Thursday and spend
list word, u shown la this In the world." the. holidays with him sJI
letter Stephen placed with their That's why ntton, who has a Christmas comes with the <
toy at real beard, walks around town pleasure Marie Plant Roth of
"These art my toys and they In a ragged Santa Clans suit, to Utica, N.T., will get from set.
t.rI1d but they are In rood con. share his joy with children. ting the oven controls for the r as mow cad nor tarries appreciate the advantages of Pin
dlshln to I would like you to Christmas comes In the rrat. Christmas dinner. She can seethe Ridge Extension Ask any Pine Ridge resident about the spaciousacre
hare thee toys and I bop you Itude of Frank Bolek of Ham. numerals, tor the first time. and larger homesites, and the) benefits of Pine Ridge living)
Injoy them and I hope you ban tramck, Mich. Her sight so poor as to be off!,
u much fun with them a* I did Botch saved for weeks to ac. daily classed u blind, Mrs. COLLIER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
'1 know your not u forchantt cumulate ,3SO tor Christmas for Roth was given vision by a new.
u I am because I will be |et. his family. He hid the money In ly developed type of glasses. 110 Tamtonv Trail Naples Floridaor
tine new toys for Christmas I the toe of an old shoe. Us wife She viewed her gain u an op. ,
hope*. threw It out with rubbish portunlty to serve "When I can e I local I realtor
"PA My little brother said Seven Hamtramck garbage help myself I have more time ,1 f I your
that when you are done with tilt collectors sifted through 40,000 to help someone else." ,
poodle doc Please give It back to Pounds of trash before they
him because he loves It." found the shoe and the mon.
Christmas comes with happy eve PET DOCTOR .j

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Q. How often should' I feed .
the Day of His birth. May we ever be e tix-year ell dog V.,. Bo- in her chemise and clutching her corset, emerges, froman i i "

blessed by the wonder of the lint Holy Night dare, leading, ,.. icy lake at Warner Bros. In (Hollywood She had Just ,.0..; .t' '

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to(feed e doer So.....nibble, oil day long she costars with Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon. I 2.
and Mm gt only on* moot. o day \,1 1'i:r : f r
Cnorally, does sum to Ihrlvo oilong' .
Rudolph of the ned Nuke Adds "
01 hey get the proper amount and I !
the proper quality load He'O'vtr. the I \
To Fame o( Santa's Reindeer{
llmo and Iroquonty loodlng does In. Your faithful (...
During this busy holiday season we're taking Nuonco e dog' hobt! t I ho It led la)* "Now,Dasher I now,Dancer I Rudolph made his first pub
at night, ho cannot loop cloon Htrowgh now, Prancer and Vixen I lic appearance In 1939, In the has made
time out to wish you and your family the the night If e hunting doe It led e On, Cornet! on, Cupid I on, song Rudolph the Red-Nosed patronage
molt joyous Christmas season ever I hoavy mod botfoto hunting, ho will net Donder and BllUenl"' Reindeer" with words and our ChrUlma,1.! brighter. ,.
do a vary goad job Th. popular hobit Here, lust as Banta said music by Johnny Marks
them, are the name of the The story of Rudolph whose
of hoi
The DeCoUs leading a dog onto a day a ton*
reindeer"who drew red made him first
deny la shrink hit iromach Many peerpie "eight tiny nose a joke (
his "miniature ale II h." accordIng and then a hero seems to have ifiJ
now uio e loH-ioodor similar to
Reida, Joe, Janie & Skippy that wtod by larn anlmali This onablot to Clement C. Moore In his the Indefinable appeal that
poem, "A Visit from Bt. Nich makes a Yuletide tradition. As
the dog la oat vhonovor h. ll hungry
olas. the other reindeer In the
-DeCOH. COMPANY At "long M beach" load .ri not p'. But, since Moore wrote his predicted when Rudolph's;song red M. .w rr w
vied, this It e toliilactary, way to Uod poem In 1823,Santa must have nose led the. team through a INSURANCE AGENCY. Inc.
I dog Romombor trial the quantity of added some new reindeer. It's dark, overcast Christmas Eve, &
load given should bo cdoquato to loop certain that he has at least It seems likely h"UIO down in
933 4th Avenue North him well but not 10 much at to loophim one famous sleigh-puller not Yuletide history, a permanentpart
I lot Outdoor dogi obvlovity, will mentioned In the poem the of the legend and lore of 4.> THIRD .T.. S0 NAPLES, FLORIDA
".ed moro load than Indoor dogi red-nosed Rudolph. Santa Claus .





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December 28th.

r bellt ring out, the air

fiJI uilb the fragrance
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Be Sure and Hear Naples Federal Hour Program

"THE SOUNDS OF CHRISTMAS" and poin"lIJllllnd everybody dream about an old-faibioiud

white Cbriitmat. At trim the and
Christmas Da.3:0$ p.m. WNCC WNFM Cable TV (Ch. 2) you tree Huffilotkingt

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1 OB COU.il COUNTY NEWS, Nipl.t. Fl TKutUay, O.e.erl.r 24, I IH4 i, fatten lato a routine,"' ,Mrt. bye," Mrs Hope said "They Convict CohenIn Income In 1 MO. The tax would
Hope explained wanted us to',come up to their .have DMA..I....
Tfce routine"a thlst Before his horn. at BurUnfame this year, The sate ... heard eM

Dolores Used To Bob departure a bait., overeeas selecting,lifts Bob of spends fruit but Bob it was often too calls far for home us"during :" ..- .. ..;::;:.%., A' ,, $.,0_ Income Tax court acquitted wttNjut Cohen a jury.of"Jw a*second a Fulton .

Hope to send to Mends all over the Us trip, but seldom on Christ chart In the ...........
I nailed States About 10 days mu Oa,. "That's his busiestdy ; before Christmas he departs ; he does three or four 'tt"-' ? ,>>>'frl.. ." Judge Fulton. said be would
with his troupe, Mrs Hop com. howfs' in widely separated .. c '.. MIAMI (AP-oI Ia Collen. a. sentence Cohen liter and di
Being Gone Christmas Day plet s the shopping;, has Christ places," his WIle attained ,;' .M' na "'1t 1', l 62'year.old Miami Beach lawyer reeled the probation officer to
mil eve dinner with the children "The time difference also .' ; who nude a fortwte as a. make so .iBvesttg**'... Cohen
HOLLYWOOD (AP) "It's Dolores Hop as she faced an.other In recent years eldest son makes it difficult" ,.. defense attorney. .h4 been eon.Yloted faces a maximum sentence of
our Hit, and I'm used to it. I Christmas without her Tony also has town en the trip He returns a few days after ''v on an Income tex evasion five years imprisonment and a
think a lot of people try to fight husband the ubiquitous Bob. with Bob Christmas and then the cetebra. A charge. $t0ooo fine.
against the kind of life they While ht It entertaining Amerl The stay-at'home Hopes at. lion really begins Assorted a U. 8. District Judge Charles .
have and they end up making can oldl.r In South Viet Nam tend midnight Mass and In the Hopes com out (rom Cleveland Fulton found Cohen guilty Cohen was Indicted In July
themselves miserable B'. sh. will be spmdlnc Christmas momtaff open a few of their to Join the festivtOM Last year Wednesday 01a count In an In. INS following an Investigation
much after to accept the life Day at their horn In North Hoi.lywood gifts Then they have Christmas the crowd for dinner numbered .. dtctment which accused him of of his tax airs whlchbegan
." dinner with close 31 fsJUnf to report $34,000 of his in I960.
you have, and en ty it mends only two of them non HopeS ,\
This was the philosophy of "OItr holiday has pretty much Last year it was the Cros. The family celebration contln.ues .
-o until Epiphany Jan. B. 4
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first didn't asked ret not having her I J f
courtesy husband home for Christmas ,
some years. I.... '
"Not any more,'* she replied '-_ .
"I used to until I went along .. tY TO
Thin holiday wuon, nteaeu yew driving on one of the tours "Since then 1 .
habit by the golden rule. Ill tulles, I've had no reservations as / THE
r long as Bob Is up to the trip, a-4:: ;
O courUiy li the nut-tut read" Hfrty. And when "Regrets? Not a has :' :
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.. other drivers aren't M courteous, been awfully good to us. We've J ";: y .,
\ ': glue them ill the room they seem to iwrtIt had a wonderful 1U.." ff" "W &
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y L '* better to b* a little late t) .ft: .,' .' ,!lo..v- .,., ., eL
Mr MotorK than to be the UU Mr Motorlit'! What's Christmas 1.' ,m.!J'>.
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Of Christ's Btfth? HARD LANDING-The dazed drake Herbert Johnson is 'i, w t peon on

Americans who dream of a holding made a hard landing on the side of a garage dooron farth and
which the Minneapolis man had painted! a water scene.
whit Christmas with Santa Claus
popping down the chimney to the The mallard, had lost one eye which probably helped it gj good will toN
tune of "Jingle Bells" can thank mistake the painted scene for the real thing. oil men

assorted writers and poets and of social amenities between per.
the northern climate. Christmas Relaxes sonal friends and relatives when
In the land of Christ's. birth, Navy motivated by such relationshipand Mtfr
however .1s
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e 1Y What is Christmas like In Beth. Standards On ...."

\ ) ::J i-s i) ) t9 lehem There's? generally .no.for Also.excluded Items were of "speciallyadvertising trivial In

one:: Judea winters are mild Yule GivingWASRTNGTON trlnslc value."
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tens to children's pleas, for hs''lonnel to accept gifts from peo.
.Is an American invention'based I IWls gels doing business with the Defense .
European saint And there's :I Department provided
probably no decorated Christmas It Is a "custqmary exchange of
tree in the village square, that'I social amenities between ger.
custom originated in Germany. 'tonal friends and relatives."
Instead the focal point of This ruling Issued earlier in
Christmas in Bethlehem .is the 'I the month, came in time to cov.er .
Church of St. Mary of the Na. I Christmas giving How v.r, Merry
tlvlty, supposedly built over the :It Is ,Intended to apply much
spot where Jesus was born. Here more widely than that.
pilgrims from all over the worldgather n effect,'the Navy relaxed a Christmas
on Christmas Eve. First 1 bit a stern "standards con. I Ito
there Is carol singing In the 'duct" directive put out by the
square facing the church. Then Defense Department In late Sep. ell
all enter for the solemn mid. 'tember. .
night .m.... After the servicean The Defense Department or. Thank you for'
Image of Christ. .U carried der took away virtually aU Indl. Making this such
/ in a procession down Into the virtual discretion lit the matter a
grotto, and .Is placed In a manger and Just about banned all gift wonderful
where it lies until January (, accepting by military and civil for Christmas'I .
the Feast of the Epiphany. Ian personnel from persons pr / ,
After this ceremony,come may firms doing business with the -" v ..
wander into the Held outside Pentagon .
Questions were raised at the U .
the town, where perhaps shepherds
long ago heard the news of time as to whether the Pentagon ., :,
the birth of Christ order dldnt deal rather harshly
And be lUll to pick up your"tree "Do unto otrm*' e ., '
All this takes place, of course, In cases where people on the .
bumptritnp at' my Frat of lie*I on the eve of December 25. But defense payroll happened to '
j thevs not the end of ChristmasinethleMm have old friends or relatives 1r\rdenhat our employees may entoy the holiday weelTend'""' "' ;'
For the Eastern working for defense contractors. ..
the fullest will be closed
After this officials to we ..
Orthodox churches celebrate the pondering ,
holiday on January t, and the told newsmen then that a mill
FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY Armenians observe It on I January tary man or civilian employe Dec. 25 and Dec. 26
18, which 1* January according would have to decide for himself
to the old style, or Julian calen.dar. whether the donor of a gift or
entertainment was "a person of SEE YOU ON MONDAY!

The Navy allowed Its people
some leeway when it formulated
its own Instructions to carry out
the ,
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COUIER COUNTY NIW, N.pl.i. FU, Thund.y. December 24, Ie4' 118I
Americans Enjoy ( 1, ? O I

Record Economic GainsNEW w I [[Read :Wan' ?' Ads". | I

YORK (AP) Santa package their union and em. ti >
lelgh! will be more Jamop.eked ployers have ever put together. . . . . . . .
t with goodies than ever Steel workers will be dream. .
tor: *. There will be one or Inc of an equally bountiful pact S
ore, economic gains for almos! before spring. And their employers .
very American workers, are enjoying record .
ivestors, merchants consum. production and sales, rising N .f
manufacturer. taxpayer profits higher prices on soonest .
Ufo( mark a rear that has beer their products and smiles In. J 'w'k .
tore than usually kind to moot. stead of frowns from the White ,; 1R .
Wall Streeters art happy with House. .
s biggest volume of stock Many railroads are celebrat. \ .
adlng "v.r. For many broker. log their return to higher .
house workers then inIslons ground of volume of businessand : I .
of big yearend bonuses. profits after years of being 0 .
Main Streeters arc rejoicing stalled In the lowlands. r
record retail sales -with no Airlines, with most of their I' .
tdown: yet In sight -and with Jets now paid Jr.: are receivingthe .
ustomers upgrading their pur. fruits of traffic growth and
hates this year.Consumers revenues In the form of profits i .
are counting in. Instead of loses.Manufacturers. .
Teased Incomes from larger as a whole, __ -- .
.hom. pay or fees or Invest. are doing more business and .
&ents. And they can be relieved hiring more workers and plan. NAPLES ROTARIANS were Introduced(: to the fh, <,," ijni students. .
'*> know that the coat of living ning larger and faster expan. they "hosted" for throe days this week rn Hi-nnk Turn' 01> sdtn o
hUe still rising slowly Unt Ion than they w.relut Christ (shown above ) whom fllloatudt'nts dt'*c ribort ns th.hanniin" of J 0 .
'ylng to Jump higher than San. mae time. And many are taking. the jtioup The youngsters, all from International bus, ..if Jacksonville .
i reindeer, as some had advantage of relaxed deprecla.tlon
ared earlier In the year. rules that can sweeten ( Ala, ) State Teachers Collogi( Stockholders are rejoicing earnings now, Instead of sometime with stones of their countries and musital selections Tin student .
at dividends are running 10 In the future. were introduced b\ Julius Lesser (meal ) n member of the committeein .
per\ cent above 1X3, that year.id Millions of taxpayers are hap. charge of arranging the visit. (NEWS photo) o
extras have been generous, py right now that the federal : You meet the nicest
fid that the year has produced Income tax rates have been low.
spurt of stock splits, as well red. And Santa will be re. Adams Adams also said that some i castor the State Armory Board
generally higher stock prices minding them tonight that the Points To public officials drove cars far purchased a ",000 car for the e people on a Honda :
than and adJutant( general's office
4n a year ago. rates will be lowered a bit more more expensive others while
Savers are all set to get high. In the New Year There are also Waste By StateIn that many employes seem to, the Development Commission
Interest on their savings ac. promises of cuts in other federal have a state car mostly to driveto bought a $2,900 car for Its dlrec. .
unts. levies, such aa the excise ones work. tor Maybe It'. the incredibly low price. Or the .
(Borrowers are content after that resemble sales taxes. Buying Cars "We need to establish uniform "In too many instances too I fantastic milcaire. It could bo the precision
These criteria and uniform proceduresfor many stale employes are given .
[their fashion that there II plenty are the season's gifts
that buying cars and also we state vehicles and use them for 'engineering. Or the safety and con\cn
lot money to finance their most Americans will be TALLAHASSEE (AP) The .
I projects and purchases and that sharing, at least In part. state ia wasting the taxpayers' need to decide what constitutes little more than transportationto fence features But most Iik.-h it's the fun. HONDA t :
1 charges haven't gone up as they But Santa will be skipping money by allowing employes to suitable transportation"the see. the office," Adams said "We Evidently nothing catcher on like the fun
[threatened to for a time. some the chronically unem. uae official cars for their own rotary of stale aaid. should decide which Is cheaperfor S of owning Honda. Join In The first w."W' w.-t anent r 0
a tepit
He said that on one occasiontwo the state, furnishing a car
Auto workers will be celebrai. Ployed those in the pockets of personal convenience and by disregarding
lag the most generous financial poverty, some pensioners, many uniform purchasing agencies bought Identical or paying necessary mileage" a demonstration ride. Why not today ? .
who are ailing. Even for these, procedures Secretary of State 1964 models yet one paid $130 Ht said the State Purchasing .
he more than the other. Commission was given ample
will be leaving pledges that Tom Adams said today
efforts will be made to relieve The difference In price for two "This, of course. Is a gross authority several years ago to VAN DER VEER SPORTS CENTER .
waste of the handle transportation matters
their plight. stale agencies buying Identical taxpayers money, .
For the others, for the majort. cars often "runs over $200 unit especially when you consider the and that what was needed now e
ty, It will be at on sizable numbers of automobiles great number of cars that are was for the cabinet to Implement 1949 9th Si North Ph. MI 24332 5

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Yank Writes Home About t mu I almost prcMDt;opened but then my I Christ am a Palm Beach Life

tit. crown man. I .... I can wait
Devotes 6 PagesTo
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\ The music on the armed Naples Area
Christmas In Viet Nam forces radio station told of
chestnuts roasting over an open Naples will receive six pages
} fire and "yet in the dark street of publicity la one of the com.
EDITOR'S NOTE This tf S shineth the everlasting light." try's oldest society journals
those Little
Christmas letter from one of the brown eyes lay a I picked up the Christmas Palm Beach life. Doris Key.
20,000 UJ servicemen on duty brain whether schooled in Christianity, cards I had received. nolds of Naples, will have a
or tile beam in their
In Viet Nam. It was written There was a card from Mr. regular column complete on so.
i eyes saw the figurine at the
from the warworn Mekong delta Yen, a Vietnamese combat pho. clal news as well as features a.
by Army Capt. Don Matter to Christ packages child or. the gaily decorated tographer 'Merry Christmas bout individuals, charities, boat.
. his wife Ann In Austin, Tei, But If and a Happy New Year' written tog and other Information about
my God U the Ood I
" and made available In Vietnamese, English and Naples
to The Associated know, he won't mind.
Press French. Wen, you cant go The January Issue which con.
When the
presents were handed wrong there And engraved was talons her first article Is do.
out, the American children a picture showing Yen with his r voted mostly to the historical
of CAN THO.South Viet Nam-AP helped the timid little hands earners over his shoulder wad. background of this communityand
I My dear.lIt.It' carefully open their gifts. It lug waist deep across a stream to holiday parties There
4'l. the Slat of December and seemed the smaller the child alongside a Vietnamese rifle are a number of pictures see.
you can tell Christmas Is draw. the bigger the present. squad nic photographs and pictures of
Ills near But some of the traditional Some American children r.. And a card from each one of a number of Naples' residents,
...... atmosphere U missing celved the small less< xpenslve our four little ones And then TAILORED WARMTII-The which were taken by Tom MoCrath
-I' ... D'. hot and muggy in Viet presents I asked one little 10. there was the one card from you youthful lines of a visor cap local photographer
tS N ame Mekong delta. year-old girl how she liked her the gal who made It all possl. are blended with a scarf for Copies of this latest Issue
Tonight grown men stood present. ble. The same hair, the same added warmth during icy are now In the mall to sub.
LRK around a wilting Christmas tree "That la rat dep," she said. eyes the same mouth. winter months. The cap. scribers and will be availableon
In shirt sleeves and short trou. frowned. I got to feeling pretty low. So fashioned by a New York the newsstands In Naples late
eta eo f. Nfl singing carols The tree "That means it is beautiful," I decided to turn In for the milliner, Is in a gold-colored this week.
stood 01I mound of sandbags an American child said. night. pile fabric. Palm Beach Life hu been
Its base was covered by a white "Oh," I said I started getting dressed for published since 1905! and is a Per.
--- - --- bed sheet. The little American girl bed when I noticed an un. ry publication Thtyear the cir.culatlon .
[ There were a handful of asked mommy to save the big marked envelope on my pillow. health to your family and that has been greatly eipand.
American children mission ones for home. Theirs she The houseboy must have put It our combat obtains victory" ed throughout the state with the
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of the American civilian doctors should be the big ones" Scrawled in a halting hand Gla Long secondary school. Lauderdale, Sarasota and sever.
who spend two or more years She left me to go over and writing were the words "You I felt better. I turned out the al other Florida communities
working with the Vietnamese in admire their presents. have left your country and your :lights and opened the curtain. I
their hospitals The American When the party was over I family to come here and to :looked up into the moonlit sky. II'
w w children stood side by side with went back to my room, I wantedto stand with us in the fight for I In the distance the artillery RMWWIR
the little brown Vietnamese be alone with the pictures of freedom We are very grateful 1 boomed In the damp, still air
Ea! children whose parents work you and the children. I sat downat to you. On the occasion of Yes, I can wait until Christ. amirs LICENSE t'l
puatP Inside the compound.I my desk and gazed at you for Christmas and the New Year we i I mu to open my present mm YOUR
, f NBAt; couldn't swear that behind a long while, just dreaming wish you a good year, good Love, Don. BIRTH MONTH

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PLAN BIG BLAZE Henry L. Caballero. left fire prevention chaIr-
man of th Collier County Association of Insuiance Agents, and Jaycee
adviser to the Naples Javbees. and Gil Sorcnson, right, Jaybec presi
dent this week conferred with Fire Chief P. T Riner. center about
the "Burning of the Greens" ceremony planned for 7 o'clock Tuesday
night, January 5. The Jayboes will burn Christmas trees under supervision
of the Fire Department Disposal of ticcg often poses a prob.
lem to householders after Christmas. The committee requests that
people wish I nit the trees disposed of takd them to the area south of r u +
the water treatment plant east of Tenth Street. Mayor Archie Turner
will light the torch for the bile bonfire. The Echos, a local band, will
provide entertainment and refreshments will be served. A diagram is
shown above locating/ the area for the big blaze. (NEWS photo)

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Santa and holiday laughter for joyful song, express our sincere good wishes for all

hurry and scurry and toys warm and furry friends and You
our patrons. have made our year a happy one
for spirits as bright as the lights on the tree ,
and it is our hope that we've enriched
for wishes as warm as wishes can be. Merry Christmas! yours.




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