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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Don't Like Assessments






Russia Pressing








UN Showdown





By MAX HARREL60N the United States and the Soviet nlst countries are in this posi.tlon .
Union wanted to avoid a con. They contend the assess
UNITED NATIONS N.Y. frontatlon In the assembly and ments for the peacekeeping
(AP) Recent daY.topment.han that a formula would be found. operations In the Congo and the ,
led come U.N. diplomat Then the situation suddenly Middle East are Illegal.
to conclude that the Soviet Un. changed The United States was
Ion has decided to force aU....
Just u the negotiators were prepared to settle the Issue If
Soviet showdown on the contra predicting agreement, the Rus. the delinquent governmentswould

venial Issue. of peacekeeping suns announced they had rt. make voluntary contributions J .
assessmentsThe celved instructions to Inject a Into a fund to stabilize
Russians are still going series of conditions which ob. U.N. finances In sufficient ..
through the motions of meetingwith vlously were unacceptable to amount to put them in good .....
negotiators, but there Is a the United States standing It was spelled out, .. .
widespread belief at V.N. head At the heart of the coot rover. however, that no voting would
quarter that chances for a sy Is Article 19 of the U.N. take place In the assembly until [I. ..
compromise settlement are be. Charter which says that any pledges actually had been .
coming more and more remote. country loses Its assembly vote made.

The current speculation Is when It is two years In arrearsIn The Russians now are Insist.
that the Soviet Union has be.
paying Its assessments The Ing that voting take place 1m. CIIKISTM INi Nil lilt, Hospital t\ .1'i
come convinced that It can win { EVI'. r'ArnLl nt (In' I pl!!"a ( 1111111111111
In a U.N. General Assembly Russians and all other Comma. mediately after the plan for the provided b\ the Shadow lawn l>th acl'adl'l horns, under tin iHieiUon of

confrontation and would like to fund Is approved and that there Mrs Peggy Smith As tlu iftiolem their wn\' through the
be no deadline for contributions.
embarrass the United States by U... officials say this is like halls, Mr. Smith piovided Hrconipaiiuni'nt on nil nutohni|>. A i mtftbl
Trouble Forces
forcing a test strength. "buying a pig In a poke" Christmas tree was brought into enrh cairn whrn Mis A. n. Staler
Those who hold this view rea. Conrad To Land Since the assembly. opened Its president of tin nospitnl' nuvilinn" oirnintid' th' |ititu, son that the Russians have l
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may
session Dec. 1, It has been oper. small hJ'i"tI11R toko (Nl' WS photo
interpreted UJ willingness to
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. sting under a no.vole truce.
bargain u a sign of weakness.
(AP) Max Conrad who was This permitted the assembly to
Until Tuesday night It had to break his long-distance
trying proceed with its general debate,
been taken for granted that both record for light planes, was but it was unable to take any Killed TryingTo By THE ASSOCIATED: PRESS

forced to land here Saturday.A decisions unless they could be
Federal Aviation Agency taken on a no-objection basis. MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet
Bonnie Sweat spokesman said the 61-year-old Many countries are becoming Save Mother Union has decided to extend Its

pilot turned back over the Gulf Impatient with this arrangement experiment with the capitalist.
Killed In Tiff of Mexico and radioed that he and some yearend decl. From AttackerMIAMI style profit motive to heavy In.
was having mechanical difficulty stone now become urgent. One dustry and mining
of these IS the election of non. f4 Th government newspaper
With Neighbor He wu en route from Cape permanent member of the S*. BEACH (AP)-.A preU Imstla. reported Friday/ that
Town, South Africa to New Or. curtly Council to fill seats becoming ty 15.year.old girl was stabbed four enterprise In the UkralnU
Bonnie Carl 68 leans, La., In an effort to break vacant Jan. 1. to death early Saturday when the an city of Lvov will befln suchan
Sweat was the world record of 7,888 mileshe Further talks are scheduledthis fought to save her mother froma experiment on Jan a. Threeare
shot and killed about 7 p.m. set in 1959 on a flight from weekend If no agreement crated man attacking" with a plant producing coal-load.
Friday by Marlin Mitchell, following Casablanca Morocco to Los result, the showdown could carving knife, police reported log machines, television site.

an altercation in an 1m- Angeles come next week Gayle Sterne, high school and tsallies! and one la a coal
mokalee trailer the of-
Dark dead arrivalat mine
sophomore, was on
flee of Sheriff EX Doug Hen a hospital. Patrolman Frank Two textile plant la Moscow

dry reported. A tear ate said he saw a man In and Gorky were given such a
Deputy Sheriff Don McCarry, Predict Continued a black suit running fiom the tryout earlier this year Later'1"

reporting on the incident,statedSweat Growth scene and arrested.hlmAtcarat the system went 4ob"Ihe Into effect Hs "*:,>: .
__ .. and Mitchell lived ]nd! Identified' cNatrlJ'i.tk Urn W "
the
manu
Jacent trailers. Sweat, reportedly 'For Alfonso Robles, S9, who wa v stoner gads plants prutaclng eon
under the Influence of "Early Part Of 1965 charged with first degree mur.

alcohol, had been at the Mitchell der

trailer creating a disturbance Mr. Jean Starve, 38, mother .1. WNr TOItONTO (AP) Whether It
McCarry said, and By JACK LEFLERAP 000 new car sales with 10 day of the girl was tabbed repeat 4 i IN 4r row or whether It tumbled, the
twice: had been taken back to Business News Writer still to go In this yew The first idly In the body and arm by mercury M* records in Canada
his trailer friendj. Mit- igtit-mUllorKar sale year, the attacker who kicked his this Christmas,
own
chell also tried by a number of NEW YORK (AP) It was a Including Imports, seemed as. way Into the family apartment Usually cold Montreal. regls.
merry Christmas for business sured. shortly before 4 a Jn. a ..yqyy bred a warm 87 4 dngree to
times to get Sweat to leave,. Stores' cash registers Jangled Sties In the middle 10 days of Also Injured was Michael Bar. lend four eastern Canadian

k was reported a happy tune right up to the December totaled Z17.on,brine. B.rry.l.rne. II, w h o suffered elite In establishing record
Eventually Sweat reportedly closing hour Christmas Era log the number for calendar deep cuts on the hand and high for Dec 2S,
came out of his trailer bearing Automobile and uteel produCe 1964 to 7,439,000. wrists when h* struggled with e (M ...It. In Medicine Hal,
a butcher knife threatening an tlon was at record levels The holiday cut work cched. the attacker Alberta, II was 33 below, the
attack. Mitchell grabbed a 23 Corporations have Issued alas of moet car assembly Del Bgt Walter Phtlbln\ said .d Coldest In }] year
calibre rifle and fired once to glowing dividend and earnings plants in half As a r..ult. out. Roble led officers to where he
frighten his attacker, but u declarations.And put during the week was eetl. had thrown sway a carving
Sweat continued to approach, prediction by business. mated at 122,800 passengercars knife with an elgnWnch blade EDISON: Jl'NIOH COLLEGK: qUEEN; -- MU* Billie TOKYO (AP) A police
drive crime launched
Mitchell fired a second shot men and economist generallywere off 44 per cent from the Mr. Sterne, In serious condl. Abut SuvNlKe (iMURhtcr wf air wad Mm. Willlnm 1964 has against struck blow la
for continued at previous w... '* tl,83S and tlon at St. Francis Hospital told a severe at
growth
which struck Sweat in the P. Saridire( 769( !) Ninth Strict South, MM crowned
right Japan' gangster organizations
least in the early part of IMS. down 6 per cent from 1)1,119 a Dot Al La Hid I that she had ,
chest. Sweat returned to his Christmas sale reached year earlier known Rubles about three Edison Junior ( 011 IfiOIIM>II Wednesday night DunM Mara, chief of metropoUIt .
years
trailer, dropped on a couch and: record level In many sections John F. Gordon, president of since meeting' him when both at the Mh ol'* holiday dance In the Fort Myers Tokyo police, said today
died, McCarry said. of the nation. An exception wa* General Motor Corp., the worked at a hotel. Kxhlbilion Hall Miss Smld/f, A irnuluaU of N'u- However organised crime
Coroner O.W. Hancock pronounced the Pacific Northwest where world' largest manufacturing She said he had lately teen I plus Senior flight School I U A sophomore At .;'11.0. could nut be petted lo dlsap.
: Sweat died as a resultof widespread floods cut Into bust. company, reported Us sales and forcing his attentions on her pear la one year. h* told a year
the bullet wound. Mitchell ness earnings WlU set records this and that last night, fearful of end news conference.
la being held pending further investigation. Expectation were that De. year and that nos locks like Robles, she had ached a friend lie estimated Japan' gang
of
have
membership 110000.
Sheriff cember retail business had another good year to follow her home from a jaU New Construction a
Deputy control such thing
topped the record total of $23. alai fronton whlct, she had at. They as
James and Parker
Whatley traffic and
dupe' prostitution
billion la December 1961. tended over Roblei' objections
Johnson aided In the extortion racket Chief Hart
McCarty The volume& for 1964 was ....t. She said Rob I Ie I smashed
preliminary Investigation. mated at $260 billion. Son retail RlNEW rOU1l ." through the jalousie door U the Starts This Week aid 10,000 giiiter were art
rested la the Tokyo area alone
Industry source predicted arise DRfVl.t LICENSE'f"L'1 apartment and marked.. with
to $rS billion next year DURING YOUR the knife She was *,*M>ed first this year I
The automobile The children awake and fought
AccidentsIn Industry
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topped the 1>SS record of 7,410. BJ'TN MONTH with Rubles, At Golden Gate MIAMI (APV-Cuban: Minister '.
of Industrie K r n e.l o (Che)
The CountyBobby Guevara leaves Algeria for Mall
I >l Conetrurtion on a new 40 by .t"tlon. will be on a site Im.medlalelyesst today la another tog of U* lour
ref, IS tout building and four new of the clubhouse, of African noun, Hevan. Ma.
Stewart.drtvtngal961 residences: I* expected to start wnlrh. provide a wide view of din reported Friday night
PontUc, failed to male a curve I i !this week at the Clip of Golden the golf course, Jung saw" Guevara IdII./ .. York Dee.
near Copeland last night about Cat, Gen. C. E. Jung, managingdirector A total of five new resMenre 17, after attending the General
Ht30 and lost of the announced rertentiy. session it the
control lrr will be under construction. when Assembly United
car which did a complete flip The new building will be used work start this week In this Nations, for Algeria to visit
State Trooper Ed Crawford reported r '} C Initially to serve picnic lunrhe area. President! Ahmed DM Bella.
; to Golden Gate clients, Jung laid, The MlamUmiNillored broad.
but I* designed for eventual use Jung also announced that eon. cast said Guevara met with Al.
Four passengers were In the t1 .ic as s Golden Cut Teenage Club atrurtkm of the GUdeo Gale Air. gerlan youth and told them
car with Stewart, and aU were Faculties of the Golden Ga port Is practically completed, their country can count on C lie
taken to the Naples Community clubhouse are being wed tem. and two 4,000 font har&eurbe ban support .la difficult Situ*.
Hospital forobse"WaII.1'1Iree c porirtly to serve lunches. for runways are now reedy for .... MId
were released but Stewart was 1 clients Site approval has been received .

treated for a deep laceration la: The new building,nt frame eon. from the Florida Development
on his left band and passenger ... Commission. and a parking apron WIIJTDBtlRO, icy (AP) _
has been prepared. A full meal sum warm elUte.
Lee Llndsey was being treated
rI The Guinea Gate a heW toy pieces of candy-i all
golf
for various facial cuts.: Trooper .h course
Crawford reported had 1 6 Thief (set* $J; bas been wifely l twed during the gUi from slrangers-unade this
Undsey month of Member: Christmas stand out for !..milletI. )
received cots previously to the Cash From Motel taking advantage of the,offer Marers of Appalachian poverty pock.
wreck In a knife fight at the lUwU el*.
4'A complimentary play
Juke In Copeland Room Theft Here This privilege. wW terminated Foul and clothing were Mill

Stewart was charged with as of January J. being distributed today by nU
failure to have vehicle under I 1 Ernest J. Douglas of 34! The weekend of Jaauary'.1 G. 11I1t.." through carter Kea

control. Deputy Sheriff James fray Street Naples, who had promise to be a popular one tlld,.
Scaggs and Bill McRae: lt- been staying for the pen two when !the canmnkytuurnam.Ms Rate pelted lh>,se who worked
ed In the Investigation weeks at sire Tril:'. End Motel are programmed for the benefit Chrlsiieas Day in Utcher Couo.ty .

after reported '<> Naples police .f.... Collier County PuUK U. .
Shortly mldnlght.Cleofas -
that he was awakened In his bran Fund" Jung saber "We were drenched but thoeeehUdre

196S iutjilrre.Dodge truck and control tamed of It a A TWO-WAY CHARITY DEAL "'*a B! .>j'JI'd .;at b H T:-:'*t: ylaple! motel room about 8 o'clock The weekend of will mark he of. happier* U eouldn It and i bees have Santa been
the
ever. The e accident happened Jrba: bought f:iOrth or andy .nn' ". the Ju ..l W'n", ( tubS yesterday morning. lie got flaw ImrMiwHiU awning are golf wthcxlulod course Claus Mmself," said Fire ChiefRenleu

near the Immokalee dry limits .. -, "'a them f. -;tv: 'ift" A D jg H. i 1.1'1, tOo o. K .'" m t.t." partof up loaded ow the window and for and junwri, rounf ease, senior Dr

on Highway 29. State Trooper the nmstmas t..lt at B<>\ %: Hanrh "i)>'.lijnfi u rh i Flonda Sh 'T* As- saw a man funding by the ..., awl mined two.tl&1J IoIar. Toys, food and clothing were
Robert Mails Investigated the lOCution The many from the sale m ill bit' apt">li "! In the Juuiot "OI.n',. door. As .ha opened die door, MOM*. flpeclal event*,i-1ud1nc eollecied Mr' Aabeboro NC.5

accident and said damage to Club for the purchase of playground mijimi ut ton' Cllildy (';11I" P.. heir die stranger ran and dlsap* ,mill(, prating, and cloest4o. college students. Ham and roc.
the track amounted to about From left Sheriff llcitdrr is ***n rrc' 'htnir part of thin candy: cans. from peered around the comer.He trope eoXeets are also lie,* fate from Blooniogton

$800, Mrs. Jack Conro* of the Junior W"man'. Club. uh<> m turn is ri ring a renamed te the room and Getters HI A GardeeUti Yakked 4.gonde Mich.arrived CUda.

lutaiirre. sot serioosty to* cheek from Rick Aunt, "'Rtag-tlt."r .f the Jayt... while Deputy found mat Pits H6 In currency tie grand oeainff plawdjig affair to play are ad... ail from sent 1.000 ae.* toy.

Jured. was charged: wfe) failure Sheriff John Rofrrrs' juvenile officer, stands rash to rarry the reel of the had been removed from his reed to contact Pro Sill TachetMltim. The program I Is coordtotted
w have vehicle' under ccnrol.L randy to the sheriff car. (NB\V' photo) wallet to M* trousers poctel. by the Salvation Army.




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contribution from his
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.i Fl., Sund.y. Ronnie Koeendahi Connect! mother
/ mmrnrnmrnmwsmo has comPleted .d.my In New London, Claims Election UMilse Otttefer of New York
a trimester at the Unl.cut. He is studying to be anwiflneer I iWrleta i Math ,
verstty of Florida. and CMS through a,dall I I of
Lt. Peter Moller MaoOIll Phantom Jet AFB, / \ales !. Brace ydet.ar.5... I. allM.mber.m ry rj'' m fiaft>4 !; Winner! Spent! III The oi'rupt' PractlcM
01 New College's fellow collegians. Bob tike
charter Umlta contributions
class
Act by .
On Temporary Duty normally In Sarasote. the service and the academy ai i iM|
? He likes
the lac vlduala to $1,000 but
Cash permits
the direction
of of regimentation ka whole. "No matter what you'it I Too Much 0IIt
; In college. to p. that
Tour At OkinawaFirst Air Command ( 1 Bruce advisee, "Those students going to be, take slot of math.'" person number of different amount to
Lieutenant Peter Mol provides JfJLiff:5 I IBy planning to go to a liberal arts He had high praise for hlsprepa.;; WASHINGTON CAP) R.. mitteM.any fwuikenberry com.
says Q,.
ler. son of Mr. and Mrs.Charles air support for cOllege should take as many aca. ration in chemistry and said thai public Jtap. Robert R. Barry tlnger** ooeMSttteee were loopholes .
G. Moller HI of 754 17th :.. c::>Jdernlc subjects In high school all the chemistry he has studied'has dttUeec the November ,
The lieutenant c::>1 as they possibly can. at college had already t been> Richard I.
Avenue victory of Democrat;
S. has arrived
Naples, MI Y LVLEJlA -
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Horn oil vacation covered by Mrs. Bremerman al 1
j from Florida New
B.A. degree In suburban
with his Otttafer In >
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unit for a temporary the University of o 5 State University Is Diane Connolly Naples Senior High York congressional race, char{. H.W. Clouser
duty tour at Naha AB, Okinawa, was ?.( who shtys"hllall Juniors Gary Kelley Just finished atrl,: lag that OttJnger violated a
a Pacific Air Forces Installa to take chemistry because bio. matter at di. Petersburg JunIorColleg. $193,000 uetnpoln.e Iniurtnc conwqnlMetropolitan !
completion of state law by spending
tion. NHS students are having a Ricky Arlck la home from the logy In college is actually bio. ., where he Is taking bust. on his campaign.
Lieutenant Moller, an F4C Corps program happy yuletide, hlgh-Ughted by University of Florida in Gaines chemistry" ness administration. New York state law limits as Life
Beach"N reunions with many former vllle, and he will be at Florida Ann Wardell Just completeda A fellow collegian of Gary' I. candidate to spending 8,000 on otwl I
classmates.Here State University in Tallahassee quarter at Jackson Memorial is Sadie Roth, who recommendsa ''hll campaign. Barry' campatgn New vow.fj I
are Just a few of the starting the second trimester. School of Nursing in Miami. Stu. Junior college because "it: manager, James R. will gladly recommend a I
JUST OPENED Class of '64 grads currently Michelle Moreau is back from dent there attend classes all bridges the gap between highschool Frsnkenberry, says a federal program to lit your personal :
holidaying In Naples. Many of Averette, a girls school in year round. "Girls going into and a four.year college" law requires compliance with Life insurance
them have a few words of ad. Virginia She studies hard, and nursing will need biology and Sadie will major In education.' the state law.Frankenberry. needs Call or write:
TRADER ZEKE'S vice from which underclassmen her grades prove It. Michelle chemistry and a good knowledge "Merry after.Christmas" to says Ottinger
may profit. likes having classes of 20 ton of general math." you all and best wishes for a 1 lot 22 different committees Midway 2-3091 I
At Vanderbilt Beach Cdle Harris is home from students, and she prefersa Ellen Whltsltt is home from prosperous and successful '65.' each up of which received $8,000 in P. O. lox 995 Naples
Florida College in Tampa Thisis girls school because there Purdue. University In Lafayette, Keep reading! -' -- -
Motor and Boat Sales, Service and a Junior college of 360 cooed are no males around to distractthe Indiana She enjoys going to :"
im students Says Edle, "I like serious student. a big college (19,500 students
Complete Line of Fishing it a lot because everybody knowsme. David Pease takes hotel rest. attend Purdue) because one is I I
." aurant management at Edison always meeting new people. !
I Boats and or Motors for Hire < Carolyn Herman Is equally en. Junior College In Ft. Myers. Purdue also affords a wealth
Fresh Fish thuslastlc about the University Another Neapolitan at Edison of cultural opportunities thata I'
Wholesale
and i 1
Is Jackie Wine small college cannot offer.
South Florida In Tampa. She who Is captain
CHARTER AND GUIDE advises high school students to of Kline's Rollers, an Intramural "If you are going to college,
Trader concentrate on writing compost basketball team which Includes take all the math and science
Zeke's Marina-Vanderbilt lions 'because that's all you're Roger Withers, Robert Childress that you can. Don't worry about
graded on." (Spider), Mike Rane, and David grades too much, but try to get
Pease These athletes recently U much out of a course as you
. beat the physical education ma. can."
Jon at Edison, and, states Ann Zimmerman studies at
U.1. 41 It 1711I aye, Ns Midway 24093 Jackie, "There is a good chance Florida State University and will r
we'll take first place In the either go into commercial art
Tho Naples Showpl.ceCaribbean tournament within the college" or philosophy Ann also likes k
Jack Longmlre also attends a big college and advises high
Edison and will major in history school students to 'learnto
GardensA He likes college quite a write"
bit more than high school. Bob Bender Is a fourth classman
"It's a big jump from high schoolto at the Coast Guard Aca
thirty-acrt tropical paradise where birds roam freely againstthe college. Don't overload yourself .

magnificent backdrop of rare plants, trees and orchids. during the first semester

Largest collection of rare, free-roaming waterfowl in this grades In college." Establish your I r

country as well as native birds In their natural habitat Open Katie Scott who also studiesat

9 A.M to 6 P.M. Bring ypyr c |'r"tuuklNI Edison advises taking a lot
of tplpnc4uulle, pn/ l him)
THE ORIGINAL discovered
that a good portion of her bio. .
oooqro: ) ('\'( ( / !:><:\fMftoruxiflOfloo: ( logy course Involves chemistry."It I I ,
: Is true that you must do
DUCK VAUDEVILLE > two hour hours preparation" for everyone m It G
of
class
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PLAYS FOOTBALL
200,000 people injiyi till trmllnf taupe at the Attending Gordon Military I'
New Tort World's felt. Mllllcni km MID It in TV College In Georgia, Dirk TuckerIs
f S.. Ml irlflsil JD-eilnuti show kin. a 'tost graduate" there and ,
will be a freshman at either
i chews 10 .,11.ta I '.11.
Georgia Tech or the University METEREDLp.OAS f
of Houston. Dirk currently plays
Come and have lunch at the
Junior college football with the
Pavilion before or after the haws Gordon Bulldogs and hopes to Cn /1"1010"70; ( J nil t ',i if >
play football u a college fresh
man. "


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Naples and Fort Myen. In the heart of one of construction linking Fort Myer Beach and

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Parties I 1p, s r \, .' /:

Still ," \11, I ; Bonita wished to thank all for their Hem Claus, In the person oi
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StymiedOn I ; apOI: cooperation throwh me year' MISS fftuhnnr, presented Pre-
I and extended me season's idem. Bemett! with a monetary
PresidencyROME J f! By RAE WEAR greetings to .It. u she wel- low gift after which she supervtsed -
,; e !I" .... ." \,,,,.v. ".s: ..k .raanan Corned back the foUewto mem- the gift exchange
(AP) bent Mesdemee Mrnpks Hed- Mrs. Carolyn Mezger and
failed Saturday In Us 17th vot. e -:-.,.. !: 4 I Ifi Wednesday from two to five Gladys Samewi. Enid Neville, icy Frances Rose Lydia Wood her committee served refresh-
elect a new president of Italy Mrs. R. A, Lawhon, Sr. played Mary Mid Bobby Alvrus and the Peggy Thomas and Connie Hal- ......
Abstentions by ) hostess to the Lee Memorial Rev carrell Staples.AmowWemem ler, and guests Mesdeime Rwh ,
Democrats kept veteran Soclal.1st ( 'b Methodist .Church WJ.C.S. Is made cl me Peck Florence, Moore and Mar
Metro Nenni from getting Christmas party. There was arrival of young My, Miss vel Kolat. MOVING TO FLORIDA?
maJOrity. <; : II a Christmas tree and greenery Lest C.rolto Mr. and Mrs. Happy birthday"sung to
The Christian Democrats appointments, as members and. Robert E. Works In 1MInIton.Ky" .. Mesdames Armenia Rellly and B* Sure te CeaUrt
held a postmldnlftrt party meet.Ins friends assembled for this an* on Friday,December Ilth. Lydia Wood.
In hopes of closing ranks be.hind TERMINALVAN
nua Refreshments of They have one other child, a Mrs. Wotoott
a single candidate, but IL event. Agnes was reported -
failed punch,cookies and candies were son, one and one half years. ill, and orb Were sug- LINES
Nennl, 73, a deputy '. served to those attending. The and his name Is Stephen. Mrs. .
on the Aldo Moro center .1." i special game prlzew.: .awardedto Works will be remembered M Door prizes were awarded to tU Ilk St. So. 81. Petersburg
coalition government, got Mrs. Monica Hunt the former Sandy Rowan" Miss Ruth Banker, Mesdamee Phone MM 121Simpl.
votes Saturday, three leas than Others present Included, daughter of Mr..8llnon Rowan. Hertha Volght.' Mabel Terry Mif.. I. see. hem NiplMMM
the last round of voting by !! Mesdames Mini Gregg, Ruby Sandy's stint, Miss Marie and Wood tie. 40M I IktChlrife .
deadlocked Parliament. Carpenter. Laura LewisFran Rowan Is presently visiting' The program Included an es'sly teNaplr
Foreign Minister :, ces Gilbreath, Mary Reahard, at their home by bins Mildred Rlggi entitled til 00 40(00

Saragat and Nannl, a are Democrat the strongest Socialist.a'J 1 1j.j.1 Eleanor Easton, Pearl Snyder, The Christmas theme pre "The Year Santa Went New York toNaples .
US 00 40000
malning contenders. Earagat got !1'ZZR Vlorena Obus Jennie Woolsey, vailed M the Woman's Club Modem and Miss Peggy Poeh-
no votes In the latest ballots e 1\\ Ollie Seller, Bertha Rosen held Its weekly meeting Tues ner presented the Legend of Baltimore Naples' te Sl'.OO 39400
1 however, with his followers mund, Edith Houdek. Marie day night In their club house the Christmas Tree.
among the 373 who abstainedfrom Tupper, Charlotte Gulim, Jane Decorations, gift exchange, re* Christmas music and carols Lower Rates and
I voting. r r Attwood and Soma, Dorothy freshments were all In\\leeri"", were sung,with Mrs.poly Pol- Direct Servicei"ti1iiii
An 18th ballot was scheduledlast ( ') Staples, E lien Walker, Virginia President Ethel Bennett lakowskl as accompanist.
night. ----
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Nennl led the 16th ballot Fri.day dorff, Minnie French,Meta Staples
night with 349 votes A '
pie majority of 482 Is needed GA's of the East Naples Baptist Church lu-ld) their Mabel Blankenbaker,
elect a successor to at the home of then counselor. Mis Estclle Barley COMPLETE BOATING
Segnl, who resigned the presl.deny ', Monday mxht They gave their Christmas offering for :
post-midnight because of ill health.A meeting. during the party Games and refreshments were en Bumbling Paris OUTFIT

almost 400 Christian In the pictur", front roes are Wanda Gasperson Barbara
lawmakers was the most Important Tippms Sharon Robinson ; second row Mann Hall Police InspectorWill

party gathering. They Robinson.
to decide whom to 15 Ft. Cobia
trying after their official candidate ---- ---- Ride Again Sprint

former Premier :I Christian By BOB THOMASAP
Ends Year Boat
Leone, withdrew ;: their Auto Industry ..Televialon Writer
Eve i; and HOLLYWOOD (AP) Notes
There were reports the divid..d : Aldo and comments on the Hollywood

turn. Christian to Saragat.Democrats .seriously. With Near Record In SalesDETROIT seen Cloutot*. rides again! The bum Murray Tilt Trailer

Political sources saw such bung police Inspector of Parts, ...
(AP) The UA production came just about the portrayed In the "The Pink Johnson 40 HP C .... ,
auto Industry ran into rough time the Industry was getting Panther" and "A Shot in the -. ....
going In 1964 because of strikes Into full production\ of Its 1985 Dark" by Peter Sellers will be -
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IJ5""i CrltttrifalINDUSTRIAL Service and parts shortages, but still models ,back on the screen with another Motor -
finished the year with near. Chrysler Corp., first of the misadventure So reports Blake
DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL record production and sales automakers to reach agreement
Edwards who produced and
figures. with the United Auto Workerson 'directed both films.'We'll .
i.L I.H. MI 2.3696 1175 Pine St. Naples, Fla I Principal roadblocks In the a three.year contract run. definitely make anoth. REGISTER NOWREGISTER
: .- Industry's unsuccessful drive fling to September 1987, escapedwith 'er film with Cloutut," said Ed.
little labor trouble this'
tor an *l ht-mUlloa-unlt product wards "Naturally we'd like to
I tlod year were strikes at Gener.al year but was plagued by some I ret Peter, who Is one of the
There' Motors and Ford Motor Co. parts shortages, particularly great farceurs. U we do use an. OFTENNO
Nothing Like It In
Naples General Motors was hit by a seal springs, In its early week of 'other actor, he could then star
month long nationwide strike, 19(5 car outgo In the television series, which OBLIGATION
followed by a series of local In general, automotive circles "
we plan after the third movie
plant strikes. Ford had similar described their 1983 line u"the 8 Jan.
The perils of film acting Drawing 13 1965IMPERIAL
p.m.
iI1aeEkeen"WHERE local strikes. The auto Indlll.tr1' year of the stylist. This! was 'Jack Lemmon netted a black ,
1 because In the minds of the mo.
labor unsettled
picture was
I eye from a flung pie in the treat
from Sept. 25, when the CM na. toting I public, engineering I pastry duel for "The Great SERVICE .
tlonal strike was called until changes were subordinated to .
: Race. It' the most physical
THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"A Nov 23 when the national Ford changes In the overall appear. I movie he's ever made, but he :
anc.I of the cars.
contract was signed. STATION
hopes the most revardlnc He
New Community of Cooperative Industry observers figured Buyers were offered a choiceof :has spent alt months on the
; 343 new models by UJS. automakers
that UJB. calendar 1984 car I film, here and abroad.
Adults : production would wind with I II General Motors cangenerally
Garden Apartments for up "We were budgeted between
about ,., million cars when the I featured softer, cunr. ,'13 million and $6 million but 1 2600 9th Street, N. (U.S. 41)) "WE NEVER CLOSE" Naples! Florida
Prices Start at $7,200 final In. That log lines and a racy look; Ford
Only- figure was figure, think Jack Warner expected us
I I If attained, would make tt the I featured sharp, crisp lln.sj :to |t> to $8 million" said lAm. ,
Motors -
and American
I Chrysler
second best In U.S. auto.
year I mon "Well we're going to I
offered a bit more sweep and IJ
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motive history second only to
the spend: 111 million, and 1 think it J
the 7,042,115 cars built In 1059. roundness, augmenting
j will be worth It. Even Warner
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE liE In 1963 the figure was 7,844,399. 'cars' Crisp hiss.Most agrees."
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM The Interruptions In auto models were a bit longer. Gary Grant la still hedging
1984 counterparts.The
I than their
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. wheelbase for 196Sas I about whether he will marry
average
I linger Dyann Cannon. "I
ENUE SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET 121 Inches and the average sup. ,
Hold GeorgianIn 'I pose when we get married Ife
length 111 Inches, In 1984, the
OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. had 0.58 Inches less do we'll let everyone y
Wife Killing average car know "
vhMlbase and 1.0 Inches less about It, says Gary,
Friends are predicting it wUl
DOUGLA8VILLE Ga, AP ,
( ) overall length. happen one of these days
Police said a Douglasvllle Basle car prices remained U
Christmas Day Is not
man, James L. Purcell It, I unchanged for the fifth ..trai&htcal.ndar as
/ld ItUltvt r1444d4ee4 killed his estranged wife in I year, although there ;Joyful rears, In there's Hollywood a reasons as in past The
Florida after she had mailed were adjustments la cost of
{I town has the gloom uf a possiblestrike
Realtor him the skeleton of her dog u a some optional equipment. I hovering over It, The con.
Christmas present. In general, U.s. auto makers
(facts with craft unions and ...
SALES REPRESENTATIVES Mra. Purcell 48, was found rang up healthy profit The big Iran t: expire In late January and
I at the three
30$ 5th Ave., South MI 2.2124 dead In her home al MagnoliaHaven quarter three producers mark before strikes 10, agreement Is In sight
Fla., Wednesday She
had much effect all reportedbleb.at
had been struck In the chest bya nine CALL THE NEWS FOR
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Inl Built in range A oven mahogany paneled living room largo yard

f Christmas with several shade trees, press, end nice landscaping. Matter bedroom i I.
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complete the ttoryl' Call early' on this one, It's a steal at $10,3001

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rl outright for a tremendously small price for to much hound' $16,300 never

Yea, \'"u a, br'. /". thr-.uifh Christmas Shopping mst year wtttout bought to much good living I living room is quite large, with big dining

any tmubl at all Just curt now rourkl> drpout at tIM Beak of loom end family sized fchch n. Bedrooms are large (FOUR of them I Or

Naples and b>' the time Christmas rolls around ant tear you will have yew can use one at a den. 2 Nth 12i36 tcreened perch Large utility

Ce osit Week Rcivl In 50 Weeks enough. tJJn4jo-! to BREEZE through all four sfwppujr without moneyS room. Even a (fireelacel' And note this ... FENCED IN SWIMMING POOL

.50 S 25.1)0) worrfoe. See the convenient chart below and fhooa tog Mrlijcs eatejrory AND ATIOI Matter bedroom (a air conditioned. This' it truly ",h.- home

UO SGJIO and we of the Dank of N'aplea will get you started.BANK fer e family looting." 'for every inch of liv.a ility It can get for ffre money



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2 COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i, Fl... Sunday D.c.mk.r" 27, ION OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOJVQplrzs J Ronnie Roeendahl has completed -limy': in New London, Connect! Claims Election of New York,
> a trimester at the Unl.'cut. He la studying to be antMrineer ftlath
verstty of Florida iBnee and COM tbroviBa.dally Loul.r Ita of
Lt. Peter Moller Phantom Jet pilot name from ; I.anarttoe Is .yember''I Uttery rvSSf ''wiuTTJ.!* BOC Winner! Spent tl Prartlrea
M6CDU1 AFB. FU. His unit of New CoUefe'a charter class I tellow collegians. Mb likes Act limit contributions by indi
On Temporary Duty normally operate there under CJU > in Sarasota. He likes the lack 'I the service and the academy U Cash victuals to $1,000 but permits OT,
Much
the direction of the Tactical of regimentation in college I a whole "Mo mattlrwbatyou'rerotnr Too to gi.e that amount to
Tour At OkinawaFirst Air Command (TAC), wok a Brure advises, "Those students 'I to be, take alot of math." person number of different com
and { Lifrzs T planning to to He had high praise for his preparation any
other Republican
Lieutenant Peter Mol provides firepower q go a liberal arts WASHINGTON (AP) mtttMW. rwBikenberry says 01.ttnpr" .
ler. son of Mr. and Mrs. Char air support for UjS Army for college should take as many aca.demlc In chemistry and said that ,Rap., Robert R. Barry ewMsfttees were 1001'[',
In :all the chemistry he baa studied
subjects
high school hit tlw November
ces. chaUeafd
hole
les G. Moller ni Of 754 17th at had been ,
college already
The lieutenant received his U they possibly can. victory of Democrat Rlclwrd Uottinter .' j
Avenue S., Naples baa arrived By MISSY! LVLEJlA: o Home oft vacation from Florida covered' by Mr*. Bremerman at obuitwi New
la a
B.A. In economies from
with his unit for a temporary degree State University is Diane Con. :Naples Senior High York congressional race, chartln H.W. Clouser
the of and
duty tour at Naha AB Okinawa University Virginia unno) non n II n 0 0 n n 0 nn ooonno,, 0 0 00 00 0 n n n n nnn nolly, who says, "Tell all Juniors Gary Kelley juat finished atrl.ml..r | that Ottlnger violated e
was commissioned there vv.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv : MrtropelHMi Insurance
upon rxjuuouuuoutxxxxxxxxxiMHS to take I at St. Petersburg Junior ContulUm
bto.I
a Pacific Air Forces Installa chemistry because state law by spending: $193,000on
tint completion of the Air Force students Ricky Arlck la home from the logy In college Is actually biochemistry I College, where he Is taking business his campaign
are having a
Lieutenant Moller an F4C Corps program In 1963. happy yuletide, highlighted by University of Florida in OalnesvUle ." i I administration. New York state law limits a lfctropoU.l1tIII.! !
A fellow collegian of Gary's
reunions with former and he will be at Florida AM WardeU Just completed candidate to spending $8,000 on .
.. --ii: __ many a quarter at Jackson I Is Sadie Roth, who recommends YO.K M ,,
State Memorial
... classmates.Here University in Tallahassee his campaign Barry's ram.palgn
starting the second trimester School of Nursing In Miami. Stu. <1 t Junior college because "it James R, will gladly recommend a
are just a few of the manager,
JUST OPENED Class of '64 grads currently Michelle Moreau is back from dents there attend classes all I bridges the gap between high Frankenberry, says a federal program lo nl your personal -
Averette year round. "Girls going into '1 ichool and a four-year college" Life iniuranctMcdi.
holidaying In Naples, Many of a girls school in law requires compliance! with
them have a few words of ad. Virginia She studies hard, and nursing will need biology and ;j Sadie will major in education. the state law.Frankenberry. Call or wilt:
TRADER ZEKE'S her chemistry and a good knowledge "Merry after-Christmas" to
MARINA vice from which underclassmen grades prove It. Michelle says Ottlnger Midway 2-3091
of )IOU all and best wishes for a
may profit. likes having classes of 20 to general math. sot up 22 different committees,
& Ellen Whltsltt from I prosperous and successful '65. ,. O. lox 995 Naplesr'w '
25 is home
At Vanderbilt Beach Edict Harris Is home from students, and she prefersa each of which received $4.000 in
Florida College in Tampa. This girls school because there Purdue University in Lafayette, Keep reading)
are no males around to distract Indiana. She enjoys going to.-
Motor And Boat Sales, Service end Repairs Is a Junior college of 360 coed
Ml students Says Edle, "I like the serious student able college (lfSOO students
David Pease takes hotel rest attend Purdue) because one is
It a lot because everybody knows i
Complete Line of
Fishing Tackle me." aurant management at Edison always meeting new people.

Boats and or Motors for Hire) Carolyn Herman is equally en. Junior College In Ft. Myers. Purdue also affords a wealthof
thustastlc about the University Another Neapolitan at Edison cultural opportunities that I
Fresh Fish Wholesale and Retai South Florida In Tampa, She la Jackie Kline, who Is captain a small college cannot offer.
CHARTER AND GUIDE SERVICE T advises high school students to of Kline's Rollers, Intramural "If you are going to college
take all the math and science
concentrate on writing compost basketball team which Includes
Trader Zeke's Marina -Vanderbilt Beach tlons "because that's all you're Roger Withers, Robert Chlldress that you can. Don't worry about
graded on." (Spider), Mike Bans, and David grades too much, but try to get -
Pease These athletes recently as much out of a course U you TI1
beat the physical education ma. can."
Dora at Edison, and, states Ann Zimmerman studies at
Jackie, "There is a good chancewe'll Florida Stat University and will
24053
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take first place In the either go Into commercial art
The Naples ShowplaceCaribbean tournament within the college" or philosophy Ann also likes
Jack Longmlre also attends a big college and advises high !r
Edison and will major In his. school students to 'learn
GardensA tory. He likes college quite a to write."

bit more than high school. Bob Bender Is a fourth class
"It's a big Jump from high schoolto man at the Coast Guard Aca.
thirty.acre tropical paradise where birds roam freely againstthe college. Don't overload yourself .
of trees and orchids during the first semester .
magnificent backdrop rare plants,
Largest collection of rare, free.roaming waterfowl In this grades In college" Establish your .1 r ,

country as w.1I1S native birds In their natural' habitat Open Katie Scott. who also studiesat

9 A.M to 6 P.M. Brine ypur camera.illNI Edison advises taking a lot
of pctsncs durlin pnO high I
THE OKItlNU' school years' Katie aiscovirid
that a good portion of her bio.
'1 ()(on: ()(.I01. (Ot;))<:'(' )rG! (>C.hpt1()u1 logy course Involves chemistry L ?
"It Is true that you must do
DOGS VAODEVILLE: two hours preparation for everyone G
hour of class" rI
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PLAYS FOOTBALL
200,000 people Mftyid the trading imps it the Attending Cordon Military lIII II
New Tort Worlds Fair MlllliM have HID It u TV. College in Georgia, Dirk Tucker
Sis the entail 30-Mimiti show here 1s a Vt graduate" there and
f will be a freshman at either
$hows le &.11. tli '.11. Tech the .
Georgia or University METEREOLPGflS
of Houston. Dirk currently plays
Come end have lunch et the Junior college football with the

Pavilion before or after the shows Gordon Bulldogs and hopes to Cn S/nntation; c/o; VIM" f
play football u a college fruit
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sod an uncrowded of life. Pine Ridge only 3Vi mile. north of Naples,
wsy in parcels of forty or more acres are being of several paresis on either Estero River or Ostego
offers abundant natural vegetation fine water well-psved streets, and NO

city lass If you feel all Rest Ettst Developments look slide, you'll discover feted for gale! in Lee County, midway between Bay directly across from the new Causeway under

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I tOWEl! COUNTY NEWS N.-IM.. H.., Sunday, Dtcwnb. 27 i loci 3

Parties rir: Bon1a
wished to thank all for their Santa Claus in the person 01 i
Still StymiedOn n'' 7 ? d. cooperation through the year Miss Poehner, presented Pre-
+ :, and extended the season's aldus Bennett with a monetary
sin By RAE WEAR greetings to all. as she welcomed love gtft after which she su-
Presidency j (_ ,, back the following member pervtood the gift exchange

ROME (AP) Parliament e ,. c r 1 Mesdames Dimpfe Hod- Mrs. Carolyn Mezger and
failed Saturday in its 17th vote to y, i rr' r Wednesday from two to five, Gladys Samann, Enid Neville ley Frances Rose,LydU Wood. her eemmtttoe served refresh-
Hot a now president ot Italy Mrs R. A. Lawhon. Sr. played Mary and Bobby Alvrw and the Peggy Thomas and Comfca Hal- mem.
Abstentions by Christian hostess to the Lee Memorial Rev. Car Nil Staple. ler, and(ueeta Mesdames Rwh ,
Democrats kept veteran Social. t Methodist .Church W.1C,$. AnmunDornem U made of the Peck.,F lorenos Moore and Marvel -
tat Pietro Nenni from getting a Christmas party. There was arrival of a young lady Mill Kolat MOVING TO FLORIDA?
majority a Christmas tree and greenery Lesa Carol, to Mr. and Mrs. Happy birthday"was sang eo
The Chrittian Democrats had appointments, as members and Robert E. Works In Urinaton. Mesdames Armema Relirvand Be tore te Contact
held a portmidnlcfat party meet. friends assembled for this an* Ky., on Friday.DecemberUth. Lydia Wood.
tug In hopes of closing ranks be. TERMINALVAN
nua: eVent. Refreshments of They have one other thud a Mrs. Agnes Woioott was reported -
hind a stacU candidate, but they
failed .ea .7 r ( i punch,cookies and candies were ton, one and one half years, ill, and cards were suggested. LINES
served to those tttending The and hU name U Stephen Mr*. .
Meant, 73, a deputy premieron
awarded Works will be remembered at Door awarded 123 tth St So St rtlrnburf
tile Alto Moro center left P441 specialgameprize was prizes: were to
coaltttoa government, get 348 to Mrs Monica Hunt the former Sandy Rowan Miss Ruth Banker, Mesdames Phone 8UII21
vote Saturday: three less than in 1 Others presem included daughter of Mrs.Burton! Rowan. Henna Volght. Mabel I Terry Sam.... N.TM t. "< lr.m N.>!..
the last round< of voting by the i ia Mesdames Mlna Gregg, Ruby Sandy's aunt, Mlle Marie and Wood. ZOOS .IIb MOtlkiCMrae .
deadlocked Parliament v Carpenter, Laura Lewis,Fran Rowan, U presently visiting The program Included an essay to
Foreign Minister Giuseppe r r ees Gllbreath Mary Reahtrd at their home. by Mrs. Mildred Riggs en- Naples Ml.00 40100
Saragai, a Democrat Socialist, e { Eleanor Easton, Pearl Snyder The Christmas theme pre titled "The Year Santa Went Nt..rll to
and Nennl are the strongest remaining Vlorena Obus, Jennie Woolsey, vailed M the Woman's Club Modem" and Miss PeRgyPoeh* Naples 22)90 40000
contenders Saragai got Baltlmor
no votes in the latest ballots, t Ollie Seller, Bertha Rosen held its weekly meeting Tuesday ner presented the Legend of NtpUi to XI*.00 391.00
however, with his followers ar round, Edith Houdek, Marie night In their club house. the Christmas Tree.
among the 372 who abstained Tupper Charlotte Gulnn, Jane Decorations, gift exchange, re* Christmas music and carols Lower Rates and
from voting Attwood and Sonia, Dorothy freshments were all keeping. were sung.wlth Mrs.Poly' Pol Direct Service
,
An 18th ballot was scheduledlast ia421 Staples, Ellen Walker Virginia President Ethel Bennett lakowtU as accompanist _.
night Clark, Dot Her rick, Etta Mun* -
Nennl led the 16th ballot Fri. dorff, Minnie French,Meta Staples \
day night with 349 votes A stro. Mabel Blankenbaker,
pie majority of 482 is needed to INTERMEDIATE GA's of the East Naples Baptist Chinch held 1 the COMPLETE BOATING
elect a successor to Antonio Christmas party at the home of then counselor\ Mrs, Lstille Dailex, II?IEtIdII:
Sognl, who resigned the presidency 26th Avenue, Monday night Thc Kate their Cluistnuis offering for
because of ill health. of foreign missions during\ the party Games and I lefjeslirnents(' enjoyed Bumbling Paris OUTFIT

almost A post 400 olI1Idntrht Christian meeting Democrat by all, In the picture, front row, Are Wanda Gaspeison. Barbara

lawmakers was the most Important Grant, Charlen Tippins Sharon Robinson ; second tow Mi\i\n Hall\ Police InspectorWill

party gathering. They were and Jenlvn Robinson.
trying in decide whom- to beck --.. ----- Ride AgainBy 15 Ft. Cobia Sprint
after th.ln official candidate,
former Premier Giovanni move u a way for the Christian Ends Year BOB TIIOMAS Boat
Leone, withdrew Christmas Democrats to get around their Auto Industry AP Movl..T.Uvlslon Writer
Eve. own Intraparty rivalries and HOLLYWOOD (AP) Notes
There were reports the dlvld. mend cracks in Premier Aldo and comments on the Hollywood Tilt Trailer
r ed Christian Democrats might Moro's coalition, seriouslyturn With Near Record In Sale'sDETROIT scent- Murray

to Saragat. weakened by the presidential n _ Clouzot rides again! The bum ........
Political sources saw such a election. bung police inspector of Paris,
(AP) The UA production came Just about the portrayed in the "The Pink Johnson 40 HP ....
auto Industry ran Into rough time the Industry was getting Panther" and "A Shot In the ----..
i going in 1964 because of strikes Into full production of Its 19(5 Dark" by Peter Sellers, will be Motor -
J/HJI':1 Cfltttrital, and parts shortages, but still models. back on the screen with another
S'I I finished the year with near Chrysler Corp., first of the misadventure So reports Blake
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL I record production and sales automakers to reach agreementwith Edwards, who produced and
figures the United Auto Workerson directed both films
I
1-;hj.L : MI 2-3696 t 1175 t Pine St. Naples, FlaThere's Principal roadblocks in the a tb..year contract run. "Well definitely make anoth. REGISTER NOWREGISTER
Industry's unsuccessful drive ning to September 19(7, escaped er film with Clout.," said Ed.
---- for an etght.mtUlon.unit produc. with little labor trouble this wards, "Naturally we'd like to
r lion year were strikes at Gener.al year but was plagued by some get Peter, who la one of the
Motors and Ford Motor Co. parts shortages, particularly great farceurs. U we do use an. OFTEN
Nothing Like It In Naples seat In Its week o(
General Motors was hit by a springs, early other actor, he could then star
month long nationwide strike, 19(3 car output.In In the television series, whichwe NO OBLIGATION
followed by a eerie of local general, automotive circles plan after the third movie."
plant strike Ford had similar described their un line. aa ''theyear The perils of film acting Drawing 8 p.m. Jan. 13,1965IMPERIAL
iJJaereen local strikes. The auto Indus. of the stylist, This was Jack Lemmon netted a black
because In the minds of the mo.
try's labor picture was unsettled eye from a flung pie In the great
from Sept. 25, when the GM na. torlng public engineering pastry duel for MThe Great SERVICE '
tlonal strike called until changes were subordinated to "
was Race It's the most physical
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN UTTEt Nov 23 when the national l Ford changes In the overall appear movie he's ever made, but he :
.
contract was signed. anceoftheears.Buyers hopes the most rewarding, He STATION
choiceof
New Community of Cooperative Industry observers figured were offered a has spent sit months on the
A that UJ5. calendar 1994 car 34} new models by U.s. auto film, here and abroad.
Garden Apartments for Adults production would wind up with makers. General Motors cars "We were budgeted between
about 7.7 million cars when the generally featured softer, turn $5 million and $5 million, but I 2600 9lh Street, N. (u.s. 41)) "WE NEVER CLOSE" Naples, Florida
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 I I'j final figure was in. That figure, log line and a racy look; Ford think Jack Warner expected us
I If attained, would make it the featured sharp, crisp Motorsoffered llnasiChrysler | lo go to |S million" said lAm-
and American -
second best year In VA auto. and mon "Well, we're going to
'j I motive history second only to a bit more sweep the spend $11 million, and I think It
I the 7.M2.21S cars built In 1991 roundness, augmenting will be worth It, Even Warner
,.
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE WED- In 1961 the figure wu 7,844S5. cars' Crisp lines igrees."
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM The Interruptions in auto Most models were a bit longerthan Cary Grant la Mill hedging

APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. The average their 19(4 wheelbase counterparts for 19(5 about whether lie wW marry
singer Dyann Cannon. "I
sup.
ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET. Hold GeorgianIn was 1S1 Inches and the average pose when we get married II
In 19(4 the
,
Inches
111
DAILY 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. length we do we'll let everyone
OPEN had O.M Inches less
Wife Killing average car know about It," says Cary
less
inches
heelbaee and 1.9
tici
Friends
are predicting It will
DOUGLASVILLE, Ga (AP) overall length. happen one of these days
Police said a Douglasvllle Basic ear prices remained If Christmas Day Is not as __
man, James L. Purcell, 58, unchanged for the fifth straight Joyful In
Hollywood as In past
d4cf&ei /l44 date4 killed his estranged wife In calendar year, although there years, there's a reason The
Florida after she had mailed were adjustments In coat of town has the gloom of a possible
Realtor him the skeleton of her dog u a some optional equipment. strike hovering over It. The contract
I Christmas present In general, UA auto makers with craft: unions and ...

SALES REPRESENTATIVES Mrs Purcell, 48, was found rang up healthy profits.at the The three bigthree tras expire In late January and "

30S 5th Avt, South MI 2-2124 dead In her home at Magnolia quarter producers mark before strikes no agreement Is In sight ,
Haven, Fla, Wednesday SheJ'
had much effect all reported
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTScience + r t1) ,t
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I : Helping Hand To The ArtsThe nounced.The meeting the speaker was had an 1r1 t' tl

been secured and the plans l

had been completed And
alleged erosion of human values films, radio and television and recordingis then two days before

by the growth of science Is such a be- well-nigh immeasurable 5j which was the being office erected building next

labored topic of editorial writers and social Science has fantastically increasec door caused a change of

commentators that sometimes a scientist the opportunities of the average persoi, plans. The blasting for cracksto the

|just has to object. to cultivate the humanities and the arts. ti foundations appear caused in the walls of

It's not technology vs. the arts or More than that '" Orchestra Hall in Chicagoand

scientists vs. the humanists, says Glenn "By multiplying the choices availabli t HEAry so I had to speak in
until I i the
T. Seaborg, chairman of the Atomic Energy to mankind," says Seaborg, 'and b\y) gyp \ another assurances building could be given

Commission. It's science AND the creating choices where none existed be ACED 1 for the safety of the old hall. What to do' You in, 1: ,

humanities.The fore, science has opened up new realm s Everything In the old building vent the blasting for 6u i

long-lost Greek city of SybarU for the assumption of responsibility" tory had until seemed they began to be to tatisfac blast. safest ings and there's J just the henA threat(

(from which we get our adjective denoting And It is the assumption of rtspon But that's the problem of trouble. During the rc<

luxurious living) was recently discovered sibility that marks not only the mature t these days. Everything seemsto atrocities in the Congo I

by using a device that detects individual but the mature civilization .. be all right with many in.of heard men saying. "\\'hwe '\
of
us and with many our
have
our people
the infinitely small disturbances In the be- o
'r. stitutlons until someone there" Yet most of th

earth's walls or magnetic other structures.field cussed by buried Nuts To The Squirrels! !": othertpeople. make The plans the trivet men teachers and women physicians missionar and

atone on our time and sche
have been
thropologists
Before this, historians could only As so many philosophers have re doles the seemingly unrelated ing at peaceful pursuits T(

speculate on the exact location of this marked, it Isn't the big headaches that til ter.rtk4 events suddenly I cause had felt the tremors when

once-important city. get you down. It's the measly little ones :: cracks which one can have resent to one else was aware and I''
but with which we
Other examples of science's contribution Q had responded with their f
for walls of
Squirrels, instanceMaybe ; deal. Sometimes the careers. Now they've
to archaeology and history involve you're not a bird watcher or our old bureaucratic strut. with their I lives. Now pa

radioactive dating. feeder. But millions of people are. And than tures are more vulnerable Will the shock-waves reach our c<
We know that the famous we Imagined. little buildings.It's .
now mon
squirrels are driving them squirrely. structure last for another
uments in in England apparent that we c.,
Stonehenge were ,
Squirrels are nuts over bird feed year avoid or evade the shocks ,

erected about 3,500 years ago. Geologists They will eat it by the hour and do any Truman Douglas once commented we can't run from them

have found where the rocks for thing to to it. : "The disintegrationof can sink some new four
get
has revealed
our society tions for our own faith
them were quarried. And while they are eating It, the the fragility of Just thoie examine the building of .

We know when Hammurabi, kingof birds can't get at it. This distresses not things in which modern man own values and rethink

Babylon, promulgated his famous laws only the birds, but the people who like e'IreNATIONAL IAJICJ PRO M i has put his trust: material meaning of life. Too man

(about 1750 B.C.) which influenced. succeeding to feed birds. WASHINGTONASSOCIATED I I comfort a relatively stable us have been content to th.
OUTLOOKThe social structure the right to of our safety in terms of
ages. The resulting battle of brains be- PRESS live his own life undisturbed vulnerable building of i

We know approximately when the tween the bird feeders and the squirrelshas by events outside the circumference possessions

first city, Jericho, was built 8000 to Balancing Actby of his own freely Once more the uncle
developed into one of the greatest WASHINGTON (AP) Mill. chosen interests. lie is words of Jesus come wi I
6000 B.C., when northern Europa was Intellectual conflicts of all time. So far, GEORGX MAOEDOHN tar, men and civilian employer 1 vulnerable to the invasions of clarity "[\'ery one who he
still in the Ice Age. assigned to the Guantananu' God who makes himself
the squirrels have won, paws down. my words and does them i
As for man himself, a paleontologistfound naval base In Cuba may brtni 1 known when our human securities be like a wise man who b
feeder
Nobody can convince a bird their families with them ef.'
are shaken"It his house upon a rock: r i
the bones of the oldest manlike
that squirrels can't think. And their tenacity furtive immediately Is the fragility of our dec the rains fell and the no.
For seven the United of past deficits are still there. The Navy said Friday thai
but revealed his yeari
creature, two physicists
is marvelous. So Is their Insertsltlvity Tense that Is so disturbing. came, and the winds bl
States has been concernedover If these were to wind up in "effective immediately, U.f,
I 1.7 million : would like to think that there and beat that house I
age -- years. They know they're not welcome, the continuing deficit In the hands of central banks, military and civilian personnel i upon
aren't cracks and thatwe're It did not fall because It
In other fields but the balance of Its payment and if the central banks were ordered for duty to the naval:| any \
they come safe from of the founded rock!
Neutron bombardment of anyway. to and from other countries. to ask us to redeem them In base, Guantanamo bay, Cuba, any upon a
paintingsIs There just must be some way to keep Some cheer can be taken gold we simply would not may be accompanied by theli;: shocks of existence. Or, as That's an important w,
i revealing new information on the tech squirrels from taking over bird-feeding from the fact that the deficitIn have enough gold to buy dependents." Auden wrote: "The fears"we at the end of a year and

niques used by the old masters and may stations. If there Is, the bird feeders 1964 will be the smallest In them back. It had been disclosed earl know are of not knowing. the beginning
since 1957. But It U at Guanantanamo that the United
any year
also be used to detect forgeries.The would like to know about It. So would Pressure on Costs :
still a deficit and some of the 8tau was reversing Its poll, "SMALL BUSINESS"Witt ;
impact of science and technologyon the birds. things that are happening This Is of course an unlikely cy of gradually wltMr.wtrot

the arts through such taken-for- The squirrels couldn't care less With both hers and abroad, suggest sequence of events, for a American dependents from the IV' :,' ON: HARD 11Uui
that we had better not stop number of reasons But If the base.
granted things as books, newspapers, their brains, who worries? worrying about the problem. conviction began to spread The change followed comple- ng thi recent eic<< ,lIon mind that this was done will
The last year In which our that our balance of payments tim by the Navy of a plant I great deal of oratory wok tx the knowledge and tactic eon
pended '>n what II fdiciirr, and I lent of the American Mat
which
deficit 1.2
International accounts showeda was going to get worse, can convert million
what, I' communism Dept to defend *fan! .t surplus was 1957-the year it would become increasingly gallons of salt water to freshwater see munl
---- -- -- when the closure of the SUe likely that our lost dollars each day, malting the Tel to the m. ese

Canal created an extraordinary would come back in the form base sell-suf ident. Last Febru. on 't'n.rlonIhrre average person
others say demand for products we of a demand for gold. ary Cuban Prime Minister. Fidel hi b*. Now It I I. interesting to corn
with fjcl
pare theory
OTHER PUBLICATIONS'
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM could export. When this subsided The rise In exports In recent Castro shut off Cuantanamo'a ak-ally ne dif see

we found that our payments years has at least partly fresh water supply, forcing the huntee\ Krupp has become tin
of dollars to other been due to the fact that Navy lo bring in water by tank tween the world large supplier of fat
countries exceeded our receipts costs and prices have remained er until a large enough desallnl. two. Both are tory Installations to the rom
from them by a margin relatively stable here cation plant could be completed. baud. on the rnunlut bloc. It baa built puly
of some 3 to 4 billion dollars for the past four years, WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.. HIM ef a enter fiber plant for Bulgaria
annually. The deficit stayed whereas they have continuedto elect Robert F. Kennedy, D. date to control synthetic fiber plant and r
within these limits through climb abroad. N.Y., made a pllgrimmage Fri. the lives steel mill for Ru*.la, a tire far
Whether will day with his wife and of their' pro.pie tory for Romania oil
1963. In 1964 It appears that we be able to childrento an refinery
we have broken out of that preserve stability in our costs the Arlington National Ceme. and heelC neither \ W H..... for Hungary and mis
1 range and the deficit in our and prices is of course the tery grave of his brother, the one I rellaneou Industrial plants for'
late lo
balance of payments will be $64 question at this moment late President John F. Kennedy employ eeeli mesa murder I Poland and Cserhoiilovaklaoo .

1 1 down to about 2 billion dol- The way labor union leaders The family spent three or four I .
iddilion the between
minutes at gulf !S" Krupp which lupportuthe
lars. have been talking, and the Kennedy's crave.people th
nak never been too
great I
NAZI
outrages. and bee
Internecine quarrels within I It Im ''logically', have
Trouble Ahead? they only in mind NAZI I I. merely an abbreviation
their own organizations tug
ached when personalities diaigri'td of what caller
The major factor explaining Best that there will be strong Thus, when Germany the aucialiat In was Germany
party
r 1L this Improvement I Is the pressure for cost Increases in the held down on military is now supporting the aoclalis
gain in our merchandise exports during the coming years IC fi roe before World War It. Ger dates under communism
which rose 13 percent The troubles that the pound in Soldiers were trained clan eel
between 1963 and 1964. Our sterling has been going news dedinely on Runlan '011. Hitler I Basically, to the Knapp mind
imports also Increased but by through will not make things and Stalin agreed to divide there I* nothing wrong with s

only about 7 percent. As a result easier for the dollar. We have NEW YORK (AP) Actor H' Eastern Europe, but even. orlallstlc order, a* long a* t
the U 8 surplus on mer- pledged a billion dollars to Peter Lawford brother-in-law uiilly thieve fell out !monopoly Is permitted to ex
chandise trade rose from 6 support the pound. If we of President John F Kennedy 000After ploll the people
billion dollars In 1963 to almost have to redeem that pledge, has been signed to star In one World War II. the treat eel
7 billion dollars in 1964 this will be another billion of drama of "Profiles Courage," German monopoly of Krupp In a fascist letup, the polltical .
One thing that Is sometimes 'our dollars moving abroad the television series based on was broken up. Alfred Krupp leader know they do n"
was sentenced to 11 In
overlooked Is that even It the and continually threateningto the: late president's Pulitzer Jail for war crime,yean but re. have.the ability to run the ecoi
omy therefore th
control
deficit In our International.' come back and haunt us. Prize-winning book. leased after six people they
payments were eliminated entirely The British have raised their Lawford will appear u Brig 000 monopolies by letting econunm li.
i we would still not be ',bank rate to 7 percent In the Gen. Alexander William Donl. Just recently It was announced communism oppress political them Il'uder'r'll '

absolutely sure of the safetyof hope of attracting money phan, a man who chose the die that Krupp had renamed to recognize their lack o
the dollar. All the dollars I from other countries.arMie32mn tales of his conscience over the control of the Weatpha- ability to run the economy m<
thAt went overseas a* a result orders of his military superiors. Inn Wire industries at Hamm. they oppress the peopleooo .
which he had previously sold
ASA TA I.. SPA HOLLYWOOD (AP) Donna to a utter and a nephew Thu Thus,
M'II i'I I Butterworth 8 moved Into the fascism la more econ
IiCR LASE LOW jdded to the coal mine he had mlrally. efficient while rom
big money with a 10.we.k con
previously acquired. plus
OVLRCSTI "'AT I. the nanism .In economically SortIciest.
tract from Paramount Pictures
engineering firm. and
ACROSS 31 pica It T A. T I .0" A that Impressed s Judge. The other steel plant, resulted some In of both regime Bit the show firing qead efflrlency
I IlrJi..." .pt Thi Ckrlsttui B4MM tlMltor liquidating eppo.llion
11 \Ird".11" t1 I KILLL R 0 .N is picture Is for $250 a week, Krupp monopoly empire This analysis point* up thi
1IIII'Im utourr 1'r S. P I t lit P L AIr1..dlOu plus $3,000 and i series of op. 000 vital Importance of enforclni'
IS l"II'II' dons lo fire It la Important to bear In U.S.
I U \ bud T .V P L I. T. R A S P up years. ""iv". a.n.....I I.em.r.t awl_ antitrust law.
NAM on the Poverty Program 14upuruou LONDON (AP) Dr. Robert
:: Ndtc I Nuwr' I L I K .5 A T.. Arias, 47, paralysed from the eeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

I" lull( m 1 t7; !Slippers CON D t .n. S A T I 0 .NI waist down by a Mot from a
Those who were waiting to IM ,Just ingly showed up a second time en the {Klnll..1 ARA It t Ii t1AE Panamanian political Chance
how the Poverty Program would go limited Washington, D C, Rat in a prel I I Id" Rrehan t i' 1.1''A ..1f adversarysix Remarks}
about obliterating poverty In our timeare act to help train aspiring acton. Yet III 1p.su "I I .11 Ilal\1I1111 P E I. T bed months to spend ago Christmas left his hospital In Lon. .. ... as .. . .e .r... .a .

itlll waiting. Allocations tor the Brit the actor unions loudly complain that hat H 'Regan of SOLUTION 0' YlSTUDAT'S Iufzlil'sIrtrr don with his
1) million dollars In Federal aid to local while the E Taylors and J. Waynei Ihr ..lIn'l: Silksorm Margot wife, prima bailed.na + Christmas cards are still rolling .
group have been unveiled. Much of It make out financially, most professional II: Ssuur 41 l mucks 3. Regulate 8 hon ronleyn in here at The NEWS. Cleverest

will g 0 Into surveys and studies sadInveitlgatloni actors are unemployed moat of the time, ebb, usltt haWer .. \Iollk p. napped . eve . one so far came from Louie
and meeting and boards and manage to live only allghtly more 2J hanohh 4r; Spoliin rot Aa+1ft his Benito 4
and conference,'and plans Th r' ">r luxurious lives than braceroa. 45: Studs oldu U 11Mt1,1 .
art ttlll to be while a good Meanwhile bar
poor many New York newspapersare agency which bears his
.r DOWN 6. Suiwl 11 Cem. MICHAEL CHAliCe: Co-It.-PuMlaKor name. However -
people think over their plightThat's scolding! because the major arm" :l9 .tie t III" 1 CUI..IJ 7 \IagWas's THOMAS MATER Asooeloto ISSue we still have
ad but It makes some *nte of the .... some to and
poverty play In Impoverished pre Indian woad! MARSHALL wyATT A4v. ...*..., look Open
when you ponder that the program a* Harlem, a thing called Haryou-Act bas n Re alias s ALB t HT OK>LKA. Mock fc.pt. over.
s whole will gobble up a hundred billion capitulated to the political machine of a 19. 11.J DAVID HfRMANSON. Or*. DlroctorMM. + Aren't these
4 J s "
r a newly-paved
dollars in a decade, once It really the Rev Rrpreientatlve Adam Clayton a/ 2011s.rS IOUIIK DAUB Ofnco MirPublMli. and avenues -
gets going, si recently forecast by a Powell and chosen one of hit henchmento IJ 22 Ro.ba. streets the nuts? Worth
high Economic Opportunity office official run it Opponents of the Economic / :Hwlf .* nly, tictpt Moa4ay waiting tort eh?
It lake* a prodigious amount ft Opportunity Act had warned that U '4 'S :IS UoualalsgtnrA the.M CoNw Iaara Ease'"'.Puoinftinsi.n.raoo*Co.IM. oy.. + The NEWS staff
planning even to squander that much would lead to the creation ef new political .. Ml TMimi :.1'. _.. South. N.. took Christmas -
money, |let alone use It ...isel,. plums and the politician have f /. r / 'I 26 earlta2T vz t/U'Flo. 1M4 ..... o 4)ros) ... Olubocrlptioft Sar'lv frog work. But bright

This slow start seems even wiser lost no time in proving them right Sa.n ,.'_- Mlday. 1-1117 ... ..ad.p.rletaM and $.t/tti oops Saturday
when you read of some of the few Im- Congress and the voters had better "1 u ? 0 I II r / l.: morning ,
modnt. action program that have been keep an eye on the Federal activity, ..taidhs; . our noses are back to the
given the green light which seems M far to be no more than I. I' 0 4 r I. tl )0. Rats grindstone. ( It sure as heck
.
High en the list is one in Washington an untidy alliance between study fir S4 Csvkeop1.1 "I."...."...". or _I itself which provide for a weekly information group, political: hacks and publicists. IJQ I" u .\M Sesdas Cmo r*< "Month use + ,
and entertatument programon Meanwhile, In this Christmas Maaon, Jl JJ ...... Tfcroo .....inS'uie Hope you good talks had a
UHF television. Now the truly poor the poor itlll need help. On many" cor. 0 ;%; Mwnoor o. Tko Aaoociot FTOM. Jam-up good Christmas
.. .
_. .
-octo oMitlvJ yesterday.
.
w to "'
who owe UHF TV Mil probably are cars the Salvation. Army or the Volun- 4 JJ J. '/ J/ It :: Cry Ice pats mo tor nouoMutio* .> ." loc.l Now start getting
no more numerous than magnolia in teen of America will accept contribution 0 / : Lw. slva now* MOTH p..<.... M tk" oooor o* the rested up for
Nom. Whoever thought up this Idea These organizations may not know 41 U d.t.J 4f n. i...tesrI o* .. AP ease d'gatce.aLM.r.d New Year's festivities. Bet-

may have some rational explanation: of how to abolish poverty, but they have U I yes:ON S>OM Off M*Mcad. .1 ala, sMttor ftuntt.wor of0o ter start practicing writing 1965
how anyone becomes affluent by staying served long and well In relieving manyof H 4 L g Act el Mann.n */. right
now. It
borne and watching TV (If be hat s Ita painful symptoms, and have led] U Newatlwae. le always takes a coup-
act) but eo explanation was given to many on" .paor Individual Into bettor .r /4. .... of weeks to get accustomed to
NCW1 *
To s.snm.0 roaoo
the public which must pay the bill. \lives-VOUOMJ XjjocUtio ./ Lilac.prlxme 41 H..t'f' eNbasy ..r ,... r.tan.1 niHnor <" doing so. Might
Th slow business approach surprise !' A' -+' '.w bad e.auss'q ......,...... as well get a head

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Tooth COUNTY NEWS N.pu.. Fl. Sunday D.c.mc, 27 1764 5


Decay DiseaseOf limit One Yowr ( ( I 12 Pak 12 01.


CivilizationMONTREAL Orange Bowl Queen Aid 'CSBeer; Threw Away $139


American IOvemlDellt CAP) _dental An Visits In Naples-

r..rcber reported today DeW Save 48cPrke.
vlaenc* that tooth decay 'ha' a

UIlIttcI diltue a.t of ,clvlUwton". and other with hlfhly tM Return To cFrvr
May
f. of developed tile lilt.cowtij. near the top Stay

Dr. Albert B. Ru811 of the
\ U.B NaUooal toXitute Dental
Reeerch, Betheada ill told
J an International meeting of Cut 5PMALSPliiJ
eclenttte eei
that a study of tooth
decay showed White .
PlOp! to
Baltimore rank almost At eon Tbe EiU BwHij off
ly as the urbantted Aleuts of
Alaska' National Guard |
The Aleut have a record of o lilUI astiMPI

mualng and filled teeth about 60
tiroes worse than people in
Ethiopia.
I The latter country and na. SAVE Ile IIWS TOMATO
.d done of the Far East -take the 4 32i.limit .
If'0 honors for havlnj the fewest Juice. Tw. 15''
decayed molars and other teeth ,. .
It
reported Dr. Russell. dCELI.ENC
P lie said there Is othtr tvl.o I SAVE 4< ASSORTED COLORS kLEENEX

dence to Indicate that the 8alt1.'r Effecti.e Me*. .114! TMI, Dec 28 TWi 29 300 Cevirt
' more finding "can be taken asreasonably fr7'4LrA Tissue 15COpen
,e representative of the Pk0.UmttTw.
I United States as a whole." He .
; offered no views on where the Mon., Tue & Wed SAVI. LUCkY LEAP APPLE

, Russians stand In the dental ; until 6:30 p.mThurt. 25i.Si.!

\ parade. 'til 6 Sauce Lltnlt Tee With 1ge
(, Russell said these and other p.m
.t findings of the global study Other Purckaui
some of them marked b; seem. f SAVE Sc SANITARY NAPKINS !RIO. OR SUPER
Ing paradoxes tend to QUEEN LINDA AND liEn; M<
t d, the view that there Is no fortify single Etflftnd, of Naples. < Ii 1\1\\ .d I \i-itmir tiK,'thi'r du,'. .... J Kotex 12 (MintOil "ge
explanation for InK Linda's stay in to" ..
tooth-deciy. II -
n .
LWt 0.. Yew CWk with $3 *f Mae Oder

t CALL THE NEWS FOR NOTICE-IMPORTANT SAVE 4c DIXIE DARKBread In
1 RUBBER BT MARGARET SCHLERF
STAMPS
t' __ STORES 1Pkg.119c
,. Linda Egland is definitely tALL be closed

Title Companyof not the girl next door... ai-! SAVE f< DARIINO $r.Wn'N Serve Dinner

Naples though Linda b she's tall every tan and bit as terrifically nice. WESSON If : P.M. JIlt 12 Pak "' e

r ABSTRACTS ESCROWS attractive, She's also ASTOR 19 C I THURS., DEC. 31 Rollsf .c;. PhJ>. I.,
t
this year's Orange Bowl Queen. 2 '
e TITLE INSURANTByt It. And It was Naples' pleasureto : VEII'i(4 NEW YEAR'S EVE I

r MI..IOS. have her company for part 'k- -. J
of the Christmas
season. *
t W. J. In the sunshine j, -
Basking at
f "- .", '8QIi. w/..... the Gulf Towers pool, Linda vn Limit 0.... Yw CVek FIE, 23 litre) TV Stamp "I

I ,.,... \\t. decided that she"loves Naples CIACKIN' GOOD
I It's so unaffected. And CORN CHIPS
i MayonnaiseKRAFT
t Neapolitans who have met her
agree that this remark mteht II *u Pkg.MBM 49c
i well be made of Linda her* A ( ON Pk|.

m self.She s DEEP SOUTH T'n '
I b twenty and a nativeof fIlE : Eatre: ) TV Stomps
; Coral Cables, where she is
I ptK" living at present with an aunt. CHEEINCURLS
Her life is a busy one Including Ia. C J2 II. C ,i
a Job teaching modeling In SAVE 49 SAVE 39 7uPk|. 39c

Byt Vivian' Og* Miami, lots of sailing on BU- I UK lot CMPM Os Pk|. ,
came Bay and a brand new i
Although there I. 1STATUESQUE
a nay hobby cooking.Which FREE SO litre) TV Stamp .
Ing to the effect that "gen cam
all leads around somehow CRACKIN' 0000
tlemen prefer lATH Sill
to the question of roman b
the fart remains that the POTATO CHIPS
attachments and sure 'miff(too
two moot nidely phole bad, fellows) there is ".orne- Safeguard I 2-43' TwUP**
graphed women in tht body." "He's faraway Cevpeii On Pk. 59casmt.ass.ws.awWa
world today are dark In New sighs.
Orleans", she (
beauty,
trrmied Us Taylor and
Linda states,with that
Jackie! finality Linda Ejrland, relaxes by
Kennedy la
she believes that FRESH LEAN
b TENDER
"marriage the Gulf in Naples, Quarter Sliced
cane you art the type she the logical career for women." preparing -
often rum out of am.ft for exciting week
Friday was
change you might be Interested exciting week thebeglnnhngof when she packed an ahead as Orange Bowl

to know that the to leave for Miami to welcomethe Queen in Miami.i Pork LoinsFRESH Per Pound
dollar tan be changed 21 Alabama team which arri I
different way uiing the at Miami Airport on Fridaynight.
cola denomination froma Then a free day or i Nothing Good

cent to a half dollar Saturday while she and the foul' SMOKED
Although armies are mid members of her Court checked I On TV So Boys
to travel on their torn- In to The Towers In Miami,
ache, the I'. S. Army hit headquarters< for the week' c
Criminal
a member.hoae. ahot site festivities. Finally, the Coronation Caught
Jowls
I. 170. Each pair sets thequartrrma.ter Ball at the Americanaon PAWESVTLLE, Ohio CAP) Hog For Pound I
bark $109. December 29th and then the Running down one of the FBI's
There are an equal turn- parade and game Itself. "10 most wanted" criminals
bet of "*y* to add up to Her dress for the Coronation'war as dangerous a game of
dollar caring on the right Ball, designed by Mr. MoustaU 1 cops and robber as has ever
real state deal Hen at of Coral Cables b, according been played by a bunch of boys.
VIVIAN ()(-.G, REALTOR, to Linda,"very queenly, made One of the) dozen boys who
of gold brocade with a fined pursued Alfred Oponowlcs a
821 Fifth Ave. So, Naples.
bodice and full, full skin. fugitive from arrests for coun. FREE 50 EXTRA STAMPS
Kla... we are eiprrti on and bank Aj5orled Flavors CHEK W.D BRAND
terfeltlnf robbery
The members of the
Court will
helping you save three wear similar dresses of ,U".rbrocade. said they did It becsuse, "It was With Coupon And Purchase ofSUPERBRAND
way: convenience, nl.Hand a dead night anyway. We didn't Qi
roo'.. Call MI MTIt Joseph Hall, president hive anything else to do." COTTAGE Drinks I Gr'd
of the
Orange Bowl, will That was Arthur Bryant It.
YOURPHARMACIST crown her Queen Linda using He and other neighborhood ,
a crown and scepter which baa youths had left a dance at
been passed down the line asa a public recreation center
symbol of Orange Bowl Royalty Wednesday night and were
SPEAKS for 31 year. headed home
Linda has tentative plans to One of them, John Peacock TH1TOP ,
BY return to Naples permanently spotted Oponowlcc, who had
f ril GENE after the new year to reside been shot twice the night before
during a gun battle when he
with her
mother Mrs. Ruth
I MrLAIN'b tried to escape from law *m.cars. e
Ejland, and her sister Phonda
.
> lie was captured and e*
at their home at 69310th Ave this time
eaped again from a .
"'., nue, South. would -- -
Naples be
.
_ylilt' hospital. The fugitive had swornhe
Loul Pairir, Frrnck delighted. would never be taken alive EXTRA. FRESH! FRESH PROOO'CE-
Peacock saw part of thestranger's I
whooh.ut.r, Mmt be ,... ,, pistol and ran, yell. JLff VAJLUI,STAMPS COPEIAND'S 7, = r

idered one of the greatet tag to his scattering friend. ., *ij < IRISH Riff
The boys thought It was a Joke, Wieners
figere I. the. .history at first. But, as they explained, j ftCettMtCWe'c* 55

.f medicine. Alt.....,.. not tt was a dull tight, and U Pea. Tomatoes i 19C
V.ad ttwe lea
hM
a medical P..,..,'. cock wanted to play television gwpe L
mss s" w'"" rr ewv tw v
__ .ter ,
? game they "might as won go r $$2.a.
effect e. medicine reached along with a gag.' PltS.Cu _
out I. all direction, opening Then Bryant and part of the MciNTOSH SWttT

great new *.b>,.. .,re gang saw Oponowlcs standing
atop a railroad overpass a tow
wart" and leading to n- blocks from the boys' home. : 4 39c
tablUkment. of the. hlfklyImportant There was a train coning ; Apples u..
lAd I could gar him clear In the C4
field of ..".., ft ;' headlight," Bryant recalled *

lolory.Altkoegk. "We knew who he was We rec. riORlOA ORHN
ognlMd him right off. Somebody
a few probing ,yelled 'Let' get hlmr l

mind* had long ronteaded Oponowtet ran, the boys fbl. L 6
: --- J lowing from afferent angles. Cabbage
that many Illawe*** were _:;.0, ''II was kind of like I think a r r r
due to infectiMM.! it r*. 1L7 'TT Bight combat patrol might be."
malaed for Pa.4eor t. tip- said Arthur fJo4y<< .,. LUe Rooks
l oa television III,..,."
ply definite evidence that FOR POWER TO SPARE OtDIHSCream FROZEN FOODS

of due***
the germ-theory
SEE THIS V-6 M UORMIIMMgOiATf CRUISING
29K1ATS ATTOt. fiOXINMOtTON '"
war accurate.I Cheese $ u "i
DUV1VIMr ISWONDWUt
fighting .1N..., pc*. $2)4' fO
PREt OlMlllTIM
,criptioM 1 are WcMnlnf Ian..l..I Alt Cheese 49lkVAUAtrX Eng. Peas 2 : 2ft

I.,...... For tote TM 04 Tf Y..e/ALL.WI'eTI@. ,sane. eve*\ SMIM4"* Mite Dips eL S

.*.... a.ra sre. .e... L A.rW epn.lSI'JRT
rtorriotlMi
yw MAOYTOOOILUFF ...,.an lw.e. a sash... PROXIES
and medical anppU**. rely IWu1 Tilt weaLa TRlr Canned Biscuits 4lttC39

mm NAPLES PKESCIir. GMC r.r.ao.es avl OH
nilJCMMANN CORN
liON SHOP. HIAfe U.. a coato.wasr AppIePies4I ht $100C

... North. ...... MlHIM. 421 Twwory Nh** St! N.Laeaew r.teea..i.. .area er M s gas e o ewe+.t'f Margarine . *+ 39

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl..,, FU., Sunday, D.ctmb.r 21, 1964i t I ; Santo Was Very Quiet,


I ,

But The Children Knew




He'd Arrived. So
.

DURNOI u they. made excited ,

)\ otcJi o-o-Jt/ .. didn't CHARLOTTE see him In the sky 'over toe fun and after omnetll HUH! ,
bellowed for
or hear the prancing of Ms rein. | everyone to i>e stll i"
B> JANE MARTIN deer on the root, but somehow Timmy said,"Sometimes then .
r he woke the young'ens that war Iota of kids In a house Md, j ,II, '

t R. fiR6h CCi6 (MW6. .\ &fifi&t. snuggled to bed with visions of just a houN-we have in,
- - - - - -
and kids In our house, but we .
Garbles, Penny BrlUi, guns 'a .
Although far from home, Hilary Harttar had a thrilling trucks, dancing In their head. 'love so that makes it a !hems,
"
Doesn't it Joey?
time on Christmas This past week she has been in The four of them stood < '
we've lots ,
around the bed. "Come on Mom. 'Ya. got of iu '"
Rome and Friday attended Christmas services impressiveSt Santa Claus came.already I" :Say, Timmy do you real tin ,
Peter's Cathedral Hilary will trawl to Venice end Flor- "YaT Good for him," 11:Santa Claus was here?"

ence before returning to her teaching position near Lon- seta "1 wanna sleep" "Sure Joey. He was here,
"You better jet up,"nld Joey, :I Don't you see how happ\ even,
don, England. oldest of the four "Tlmmy'a I(one is?"

Here in Naples, Hilary's parents, Mr, and Mrs William in by the tree now. He's goingto With that Timmy went to ins

Hartter, and son Bill, were joined by Mr. and Mrs. open all the presents..and" :i'room to try out his new recur m\\e",'
If you know what that means "Hello Dolly" and Joel ,
George Graham for Christmas dinner. The Grahams, I staggered out Holding one 1 t back to his guitar Very shone

formerly of Springfield, III., now live on Fourth Street, eye open I peered at the clock. I I the house was jumping again: ,' oil',
South. GOOD GOLFERS GET TOGETHER at the annual Such Rood time \\ HS had nt th" party that It was Three a.m.II I stumbled over i we were all caught up with Ih,
Christmas of tinBc.icli, ('11111 ieitll\, gist' the after the furniture to turn on the tree ,Joy< and happiness of Christina!! ,
In from In fact the last party \\'on1l'11"\ K(") axifid not in> 'P' game
places
Naples, far-away on lights I'I went into the kitchen &Jol i puton
Golf Association held at the Clul allGAY /
,
lap of a world tour, are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huffman. "m Tlt'sdy; Hubby appeared from out orthe j< a pot of coffee. So *tat
darkness. "Put on a pot I I If it was three o'clock in rye t
They are spending a week with the Bob Lindaburys
\\"II I It of coffee," he mumbled. I i morning? This was Christ,
Mrs. Lindabury Is their daughter. r : r 't tr ( qr "Not me I'm going back I]I didn't hear the reindeer pr' ,'

Mr. Huffman is president of the Ontario Confederation t j j't I .I.... Upham to bed after this Is over." zing j< on the roof, but I WL
.!. ?" kinds 1' glad Santa remeinhuiHto '
"Why
n aft
of Agricultural Growers, vice president of the Ca- I .. Funeral services for John "You better look at the clock." ( bring me a dictionary.

nadian Confederation of Agricultural Growers, and a dele- : H. Upham two-year-old son Soon our living room became .
gate to the recent international convention of Agricul- i: 'fJI l. of Mr. and Mrs George Uphamof a wonderland. There were ohs,
Columbus Ga., who died and sits, and squeals of delight
tural Growers held in New Zealand. The Huffmans toured
.I
presentedfrom
: Wednesday night In Naples over each gift that was
several countries en route to the convention, and follow- Community hospital will be the pile at the bottom of

ing it went to the Holy Land. Wednesday, they flew into held at 2 o'clock Monday after- the tree. The stockings that were
to bed were
1. before going
Miami from London. Next week the Huffmans will return noon in Trinity by the Cove hung stuffed with goodies to be examined

their home in Harrow Ontario Canada. Episcopal Church with the Rev. the owner.
to .. '. carefully by
Ifl G GI Richard T. Lambert rectorof

EXCHANGE STUDENTS the church.ornc:1atlng. In* SWEET MUSIC
terment will be in Naples Me- Mary sat on the footstool hold.
Also from the five Iti
far-away places are foreign I/
morial Gardens. The Earl G. Ing her doll singing "Silent ,
exchange students in town under the sponsorship of the Hodges Funeral Chapel is In Night" while Joey accompaniedher

Rotary Club. This is a regular Rotary project designed to 'Ij charge of the arrangements. on his new guitar It didn't I

give these students a chance to know a bit of American : Besides his parents the baby seem to matter that they were
is survived by a sister, Marie both off key.
family life. Tuesday evening Tony Ridgway invited these of "Do you suppose It was dark
A. Upham Columbus Ga.j
students and several other college girls and boys to the his paternal grandmother,Mrs. like this when Jesus was born?"
Kimberly wanted to know.
Ridgway apartment for a typical college bull session. John H.Upham,261 Aqua Court "
I said.
Others bit of American life his maternalgrandparentsMr. suppose so, 1
enjoying a family plus a "Was there snow?"'
good dose of Naples' charm are three guests of Kate ___ //k k and Mrs. James W. Martin "No but It was probably cool:
Columbus Ga.i two paternal
Wilson. Kate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson Bethlehem has weather like
uncles William D. Upham and Naples," I said
is home from The American University and has with her Richard N.Upham. both of Naples I watched Joey move from his

Ediana Harahap, of Indonesia, Kahlid Turkl, of Saudi 1 ; five maternal aunts, Mrs. guitar to join Timmy and their A FlRST--Norma Lou

Arabia, and Ziad Idilby, of Syria. The young people return j Charles E. Hall Mrs. Thomas new gun that had come marked Ballou 22 is the first wo)I I
J. Lingo Mrs.Ronnie Renburg for them to share There was hired by the Federal Dep,
to their studies in D. C. the end of
Washington, and the Misses Mary and Theresa no mention of the things that Insurance Corporation "*
the week. Martin all of Columbus, Santa didn't bring. I listened bank examiner

Mrs. Mamie Tooke travelled to Lakeland Fla, to GROUP of Bear) Club women golfers gather round the Yuletide Ga., and a maternal great

spend this holiday weekend with relatives. tifc with icifts in In- "xohanwd l latei. l.i-ft to ,right, they are : grandfather. Cull Martin of

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Brashear will be back today Mrs. F." V. Adams, Mrs. Wilbur Eckard, Mm. T. K. Montgomery Mrs. Abbeville Ala.Writers' FLY -- NAPLES
''from Virginia Edwards, and! Mrs. Ira Capclle at tlt' iiHsocmtion's Christmas
St Petersburg where they spent Christmas with party at the Beach Club on Tuesday (Photo by McGrath ) MIAMI
Mr and Mrs Robert Grundman and their three children Forum

Mrs. Grundman is their daughter. Last week Mrs. Brashear
i Cancels Meeting Year Round Daily Schedule
gave a luncheon at the Port Royal Beach Club for the eight

members of the Woman's Club Christmas Bazaar Committee Tomorrow Night Naples T* Miami

These ladies 'labored faithfully all summer to pro- I Members of the Naples 7>45 A.M. ,11130, A.M. 3.45 P.M.

duce beautiful hand-made articles for the bazaar, and Writer's Forum will not meet
tomorrow night according to Miami To Napks
the party particularly honored their chairman, Mrs. Lowe Mrs. Charlotte twrno, who has 9:00 A.M. 2:15 P.M. 5:00: P.M.
been leading the group in the

Berger.Mrs.. Berger and her sister, Mrs. Pauline Ford, are r yr absence of Mrs Phyllis Luxem. CoimertioM a4. RfMrvatiraa to say J point IB the world
The next regular meeting will
in Indianapolis for the holidays, this being their first visitto be at 7130 o'clock Monday night NAPLES AIRLINESNaples

their former home town in four years. January 4, In the Naple. Woman's Airport Cofteevrie > Miami AirportMI
Club building Instead of the Rec.
GRAND REUNION a yyto reatlon Center. Mrs Luxem 1-J4J4 NE 4.6111at

Tuesday will climax a grand reunion at the Dan will that return time to, lead Mrs.the Durno sessionsat an. Tkket effWt Naples Travel Agency I Canwra

Langleys Dr. and Mrs. Langley, Beth, Louise and Dan Jr., nounced.

will be In Miami Beach at the Indian Creek Country Club '

for the presentation to society of nine Roman Catholic 2 rats

girls, including Ursula Langley. The presentation ball J Christmas DayTwo Poinsettia Bar and Grill

will benefit the Marian Center school for retarded children .
slight auto accidents
And all the girls will become members of the cen marred Naples' Christmas Day

ter's junior auxiliary to do charitable work. driving record, but no Injuries TURNER RIVER ROAD

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bostick are here visiting Mrs were reported. Rout 840A
IS
As Myron A. Spencer, residing
W H, Franklin. Mrs. Franklin recently moved from First TABLE FOR SEVEN, discussing the pros and l cons of the \jrnmo include : on Fern Street, East

Avenue, North, to Second Avenue, South, The Bosticks (I to r) Mrs. Itviu, lander.. Mrs. Dan I'i'tfjfs. Mrs. Erin Stevenson Naples, was pulling into theStan. DANCESaturday
live In Spring filed, III. Mrs. T. K MontiMincij. Mrs A. K. Marsh. Mrs. William \Vlutele, and dard Oil Station operated by
Ronald Rimes at Crayton Cove,
Mr. and Mrs. David List of Winnetka, III., are at the Mrs Mamie U. Tooke ( Photo bv McGrath ) an unknown vehicle made a "\Ie

Beach Club and the turn" in the gas station, forcing Dec. 26
children John, Victoria, and David --- ------
Jr., are with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A reenactment of the Dull'i. Spencer into one of the gas
RaymondList Sam Dulls Mark wedding was held with background Airman Griffin pumps. Damage was estimated
and aunt. John and Victoria visited here last summer music by Mrs Joai at $150 to the gas pump and at Music of Tennessee Red Erwin Rows*
and the 50th Anniversary Peterson at the } Graduated From $50 to the Spencer car.
were frequently on golf course with their organ. A re OPEN TILL 2 A.M.
caption followed. School Sgt. D. U Bass made the In.
Slxtr-two friends of Mr. and 1 I Present for the occasion wen Traininsr vestigatlon fdr the police The
(Continued on page 7)Grand Mrs Sam Dull gathered In the 1''the Dull'a son and daughter-in.. MONTGOMERY Ala.-Alr- accident occurred at 1:53 Friday

recreation hall at Jackson's 1, law, Mr. and Mrs, Cleatys Dull,Airman Third Class Thomas D. afternoon. ,
Gateway Harbor Wednesday eve.' AS Thomas a Griffin 11, of
of
Weston
Ohio rlftln J r., son of Mr.and M rs.
'.4i'_ King to celebrate the tk111'. 50th ills Eighth Avenue, North, driv.
Thomas D. Griffin Jr. of 1115
wedding anniversary. You cm use my of the follewi Ing north on Third Street, South,
The hall was decorated witha i, ins far crumb pie shells: eho o- PlghthAve.N.,Naples.has gra- started to make a left turn on
Chrlstmaa motif, including i late cookie, irNinapi; arching,I duatedfrom the technical train to Seventh A..nueSouth, FrankA. i.
polnaetttaa evergreens red can.> crackers, iwiebick; vanilla ing course for new membersof Clayton, IOU Galleon Drive,
dies and gold ribbon. wit.,.. the Air Force medical ser- tried to pass. In the collision
SJ vice at Gunter AID Ala. which followed damage was as. PERFECT
Airman Griffin a graduate tlmated at I1SO to the Griffin
of Naples Senior High will car and $25 to Clayton's.The .
l be assigned to one of the more accident was reported at FOR
1:50 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Entrance I CMe.1.. Lovc/iUC8 than 260 Installations world
.
Officer C E. Jones made the
wide where Air Force combat
I
No arrests
investigation were
Cocktail striking clothesand lJ1111.\ ry 'IUeo t/ ZJy'tI and support units are based. made in either case. NEW


floor length DythM. Pack CJ-,. Busty Sale MI StTttIV = YEAR'S
ahr t. ( (l4.It'h\ (C Wr.i ), tt:1I :
dresses from IV '
IV \ !>).* I ll jonriH-lf folio the III'
Zita, Inc are the EVEI
I runrrrnedshout rrctioM on the package TO + v
am really
most dashing and "IVt It lourwirhair THE LETTER: AM '

chic at any II,,in,. Some' people 110)11'.UII apes the 1.d" lIt Sf Holiday
holiday event.t204 are qvitr allergic' (t. sums I. until )... HE.VI) EV. I ; J tit
1
of the rhemiraU" and !Isdyes. EKY WORM OF THE.
FortiiitaUly 1h. per.reftlact ENCIOSKn: INSTRKTIONS ,, Hair Beauty ,
I. net high but It It _onldb such ,.

In such a painful and safer I* runt. jrantlf 10 i1 I ,
a qualified ( ....,.. .'tiut. aa ,
rlgMmlHf esperirsreabr. tr. yourself a new hiirdofor
ll dues happen that H. man U till Ii., If ha omen should b* _ared.Wamen tie.Week. .. :::::0' <<
or mew a ho lint
aye their eas hair are much Sk |...T.r.!lim/ Edith CaM4 Agnes Railton +'

lews apt !. take. the ...,*.. wine a ',*/....11I1| ralike Louise Fortin Ailine Gordon (l

sari "patch twl" ,'H.- ** IftMrnmtM/ u b.. !J1; RitA C....... Manwurut
lion. Only a proft..io>al. r*iliiK more and mere .(

._Ilk a deep Nil" of theImportant Imporlaal I. busty i.. 1
-. of Ikli. ..... luau. fr.l jHn| t..k. Meil. 'Pta4
: 'e4aly Sa/u
rare. sad her profnafosaletat.a h.wat>!nllC.)

at Makr U. acre I* temp In or call w ai>- "Thu Complete Woman World"
rrtluil that seep with. the lim. tie firlhtr. Want; { !

proper ...,........... It ,... '.0"" Call Ml' J-4A72 The N."... S Ptasa

sot b* rmphaniira1 too _" lcz4,.d4ic,

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Local Realtors InvitedTo
I to Overcome Objections In Sell-
THE NAPLES Realtor officers In Itoani"I'( r.
III" On the same day Roberta at loos sad public re!atiua,.
"a, memberot Florida The Florida Association\ of

Notebook Statewide Meeting Ida Legislature, will talk on Realtors founded in lAltl, now
professliiai' ,, I associations and .has 15 local Boards ol I Uealtorsthroiaibow -
Stan government. the state. These
F (Ceadn.sd "teat pees 9)auM ) Special tucatlonal sessionsare Boards will be repre..11 icd al
At Orlando Jan. 8.9 planned by real estate the Inaugural banquet I'ld' hal

1 traders, appraisers property Saturday i night when harry J.
managers, farm brokers, and Vordermeswr.Port Lasidrrdaie.
? Mr*. Virginia Edwards Unfortunately John is nursIng W.A. Burton president of theN&pIN M real estate upon nis ,rI III-
a broken knee acquired in football so there won't be on the Gulf Beard of don from OIlerhorpe University the Women's Council of the outgoing president of thr Association -
Realtors, announced yesterday to 1939 He Is a Realtor In Realtors. A workshop on multiple presents i plaques
much for him this
golf visit listing hill be held, and and certificates to his sane ol(1.
AM focal realtors salesmen Orlando and was treasurer of .
Tom, Paul, and Connie Belk spent Christmas in a dinner and I II i jlnlng confrVence Boers and commtttn hair-
and their wives are Inched to the Florida Association: Realtors -
Charlotte, N. C., with their parents, and then came hereto die Inaugural meeting of theFlerMa for seven terms. this Friday wi" instruct local men.

"""'; spend the rest of the holidays with their, grandparents. Association of Rsalters Nearly 60 business, educational p

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Everett Galleon Drive The Belk In Orlando January 8-9. and social events have
Members of the local board been scheduled for the two-daiy Happy j I
than if and
youngsters will be more happy the fishing
named to 1965 state Realtor meeting In Orlando, the local
'r weather are good for the daily excursions planned on the committees to meet this weekIn Board' president reported Dr. \

Everett boat Orlando Include David C. Frank Goodwin University of New Year '
The) Jim Smiths and Samara are spending Christmas Jones, Jr., legislative com Florida, will speak to a sale**

vacation from the University of Florida with the W. Roy mines and Earl C. Frye.professional men's group Friday on "Now r I

:} Smiths. On Christmas Mr and Mrs. Smith drove to Wau- Wood, also standardsgroup.JohnR. a member of the To You All

\ chute to be with Mrs. Smith's mother for the day local board will be 1966 chair* Weather Review I

Mr and Mrs. John Smith are up in snow country. Mr man of the state stands forms Ma>' 15) lie Your j

and Mr. W. C. Maple of Knoxville Tenn, who at onetime committee :\tn. :Mm It.ln
ran a furniture business here, loaned the Smiths their Ted L. Staton will be installed itO'f. |l "1'1 000DM Best Vein''E't
as the 40th president of the
cabin in Gatlinburg, Ttnn So all this week young De. 9,700-member Florida Realtor 20 HI 311 0.00I
"t JT OW>
nice and Walter Roy have been finding out about snowmen group when It meets at Or- I 11ee.25 Sf OMIVf RXOII if con sit onlygoing
hew.22 IT
to hft\ dinner alnno N.uYrnr'A '
( on
lando's downtown Plaza
Cherry
sledding etc, 1* IS 0.00
S3
i Far: for
Hotel this week. Staton enter n Comujfo
Mr William C Anderson is spending two weeks. aka II M II 000 M'ljulx will !Itiiichteiiour*

PREDMORE with Mrs. Anderson In their Ocean Terrace apartment. He Itec.23 M M 000 as wi'll MS her outlook for

will go back to New Rochelle.. N. Y returning to Naplesin Christnias Twister Data tupplnd by e.rbban tt.r*. IW; Of 'nlll'IU' if you'rhr'guink I

the spring Kills Valuable "itt"I i 'III'l'lItlt' Is aimwt r
PredmoreHoover
Main kind nil minis.. I
Next week, Mrs. Anderson's parents Mr and Mrs.E. Herd Of 5Q Cows \
tiful At ,. "" I
Mr and Mrs, Lewis B. Predmore SabalCourt, Naples, W, Glass, will arrive for a two-month visit The Glasses COVTNOTON, Ca. (AP) .
announce/ the engagement of their daughter Kathlene to live in Paris, Ky. "There were 6> cows In that i
Charles B. Hoover, ensign, United States barn. I anew each one by name ( lc
Navy. send flower d
The family is at their home 15th FOR SUN PPN i real/ We si plant ANYWHERE ,
Harry Fitzgerald
on
Miss Predmore la
gradual of Everglades Schools and and wouldn't have I akin a thou.
ii a senior at the Sacred Heart School of Nursing Avenue, South Mrs. Fitzgerald will be here for the sand dollars apiece for them" Silver
Pensacola, Fla in Mr Cleveland Tearful farmer J. T Pope Jr. King
season. Early January, Fitzgerald goes to
Mr. Hoover, son of Mrs Dorothy Hoover of Bethesda, made thla observation Christ ,,par H.- D..a. Lnlc
Md.. Is at present stationed In Norfolk, Virginia. Ohio, but hopes to make a few trips to Naples dur mil Day a* he surveyed the ) MODERN, SAFE. FAST l race 4 f0ri51Since
The wedding scheduled for late June, ing the winter. About the tame time Shannon will returnto wreckage of his lornadode.atroyed I FISHING CRUISER .

New York City where she is enrolled at Tobe-Coburn barn In which SO of the MI Mill er Ml I.340Cspt. IMP
cows had died A Christmas Eve
First National 4 new per First cent National will be Bank paid on any Terry will return to his studies at Stetson University, and twister had slashed a 400.yardpath Cecil I I Iamb 1244 THird Street, South Phone MI 34S3& I

saving Mike will be going back to Kent State University where across Pope's farm. p ,, .// .
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Cps Interest On certificate of deposit with a 12. -- -
month maturity. he is in graduate t schoolMr I.---

12-Month SavingsGene "Recently, the comptroller of and Mrs. Alan Ortlip and their three childrenof
the allowed the national
Turner, president o f:r banks currency to Increase the amount Columbus, Ohio, are at the Beach: Club Mrs Ortlip's

irst National Bank of Naples,,, of Interest which they may pay mother, Mrs. Kraft, 'Is also here for this annual holidayvisit
,
nnounced that effective
an Interest rate Imaedtately a f; la on the savings policy certificates of our bank to and pass it to Naples
::
on sucn Increases to our cus.tomers "REGULARS" RETURN
who have made the fine ,
growth of our bank possible," Mr and Mn George J. Auer of Bronksville, N. Y,
EXCLUSIVE AT RAR Turner said who were among the first guests when the White Sands a

opened a few years back, arrived on Christmas Day for
Don't A
Be Litterbug
Our Special their regular winter visit. Mr, Auer is retired having bsen / t'"trt

Individuality PUBliC NOTICIIN connected with the New York Herald Tribune for a num e

in. ber of years. Their son, Bernhard M. Auer, Is the publisher
THE: COURT Of THE: COUNTY of Time Magazine
JUDGE, COllier COUNTY"'
GIFTS IN ME FLORIDA ESTATE IN..Of PROBATE. Mr and Mrs. John Ambrose of Nashville, Tenn,

HENRY W,. SCMRAMMDtCaaaMi. .who have been at the White Sands most of the fall were
Accessories
I Antiques TO ALL HAVING CREDITORS CLAIMS' AND OR PERSONS DC. joined this week by their son-m.law and daughter, Mr.
MANOS.. AGAINST"' SAID ESTATEYou
and itch of you a'. fiaraby and Mrs. David Denton, and their children

INTERIORSFurniture clalma not it,*d and and tfamanda raqulrad' la which pratwit you,any of Mrs Brownie Witt, has her son, Hugh E. Witt, and

16 J .' ." Mil1.that, of of yid.MEMRV'T.yhale W' SCHRAMM,l.(nt INS, 4Ars.. Witt,. of Alexandria, Va., visiting her.. And Harry ,

County d.n....).Jiidi 1.,.*of of Mid,Cal County,." County" INS, B Sipple Jr is here from Winchester Ky., to loin Mrs

Upholstering hoe Florid,. of. sod it ha County office at in tail.NaplM court.,Sipple and their son, who preceded him by several weeks

Draperies Pseudo, tha. wthin Urn': I of tin tho calandar tint, public monthtjfrom Others at the White Sands for the holiday season include -it .
lion of thi notic' Two copra of Mrs. l. E, Porter of Toronto Canada and .
Carpeting loch claim or "", .nd ahall b* In : Ontario ,
writing re.denc..nd' .nd shall post.!oil.<.,..th ddrm. plic of olIn her son, L. E. Porter Jr and family Dr. and Mrs. W J.

lolly* clim INS.claimant nl. .nd. shall ant b.attorney tworn Bittman and children of Rockford, 'III, the Raymond E.

And ccompani4' by filinf f.. of. Thirolf of St Louis Mr. and Mrs S. Fowler
4 on. doll. and ouch claim' or d. family ; J.
\S01ItC. mood nt >o f,lad shall b. VOid.
PAUL I E SCHRAMMAt and children of West Hartford, Conn and Mr and Mrs. ,
aiacutor of th* Lot Will'
and Tntamtnt ef Murray L. Brown.Mr. .
HENRY W, SCHRAMMdMaud and Mrs. C. W. Briggs are also at the White *

PARK a EMERSON Sands and the future will much of the 1
III Mn Avanuo South in near spend .a TTY 11r
1290 Third St. So. NaplM Attornoyt' Florida tar tha Petals of year here The Briggs, who live in Pittsburgh, have a lot

Member HENRY w SCHRAMM0caaaad. on 17th Avenue, South, and plan to build soon. .
American InitltuU B.nam, 'n 0 Park
Tor Imo Iran
Interior Designers Doc: 70. 11. 1964 Jan 1. It IMSIMANENT
.41. "P1' CtCh WM .mployed U a
Kills)) Man lie
,taxicab waahar and, police aald,
"--- _u_ nn- ; had DO driver' ttem.. rru
Tried To
: PElneludin SPECIALS Help neau got a summons We've eliminated the middleman
fMc laid Perrlneau later
NEW
YORK (AP) What
Guaranteed started out as an attempt to returned to where Grtch and his
d From 110 up lend a helping hand on Chrlat. car were still stalled, and
:f) 1221 fcraiaacai Wste lot mil Day ended In a man killed stabbed the motorist In the
$1250 and another held In the slaying cheat Oaten died In Brons hoe.Police .
the West Brookside
at
Th... p.rCondrUOn ..*n*.t. Includa toof Half Cal said John Parrtneau, pUal new Village
.'r. Shampoa and Hair Mylin, driving a tartcab, offered to Perrlneau was booked on
"K."n.th"' hl.t.t stalled driven ba charcea of homicide and rlola.
'p*( lausinc in the new carefree push a car
ind hair styling Non-Te sing. BtautlfuU SWU Mitchell Ootch, 17 He did, and ton of the Sullivan sntf weapons
'V'. .Uo rui l t lore Gotch claimed the push dam. Uw
aged his auto t '
WILLS HAI fAifMn. CALL THE NEWS FOR
The ended in
argument '
4$ rift A... *.. Ml I.>&M police station where It devel. RUBBER STAMPS ) ou ,''on', eared I H guile! Iw lake you toFlorida's
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.... R'de saws rlliiiinalr l the rosily r.lruiiortiiully

Prc-Sctison Crufavs! ,'-4; It>:;J 11t11ll.1. hate In |pay such
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/ se '.ne'II4'.IIII' ilrltrway Marktoppingml

3 AND 4 DAY CRUISES ... like llial.Anil .
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..... .t ? you iloti'l' 'li/tv In wail! for popnLi-'
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NASSAU FREEPORT p' :
FROM MIAMI TO AND :--j-"" ; lion growlli; In iip'ly| city uii-r, alilrMfllks -

end l rxlm-liirgf' .lrr .l.. 11a..1t! are

ABOARD THE FUN SHIPS v vats swJtrr I jual a few of lie prince ''nl1'.II.'nl. \\''.
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.per. IlreH'.I.. planning' pxprrl onlilrrr l

%YARMOUTH & YARMOUTH Itj ;' :"P front when' roiniiiiiniijr.they r'.I..1 l lliU lutrl walrr.


CASTLEALL Him rick' was I urn ing out qullllty( and :

Till I.NCLl'DEO 'holding. the prlrr down .l tlir( .IHIK llnir.

Chartered .lr infitijd k>* **rvprt freav law city 7-DAY CRUISE/ ..: -- Voti'll fun I fjnalily r,t-rywlsa'r"' silts liHik
l* MI..., sad ream! 'OAY CRUISE ,
,,- -I II sell. everything you see Mill i>. "Idlul..e'I. '
Sii lwjr ...... (toe at FrHport! $59 $
I taste! low prlrr. Strop round Him
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ity-frw .hpppieg aboard skipl I .
AR *..... "'" .......".... etatrew COMPLETE b9i J s visit' tile tlf'W.1 lirookoidr... villagr -

VtlIiT steals sad seeks ret.rtal..... a4. l _.. ) yonfll wonder. lierr the n"M"'An"

*tai> iif Ca4ala'a wkull party I'.* * : ,
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sad (. M yew ,lraM'!
.....Lt is Mb ports: ttlOUt/i 1111. rlNti.r l-Mt IN .
ne year r ( 'Wea

THE WILT: RECl'UItLT-ICHIDl"LF.D ratlJE J KHZmzr f / / brookside village
AND
SHIPS nOM MIAMI TO NASSAU! ,
FBEEPORT WITH swl iM1'G POOLS!

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HOWl :. JLJLiW. MODU HOM5 OHM DAILY IKOM f 4JM. AND ON WHOM MOM I '.1*. 10 S *. (J

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6 P.M. ; PRICES EFFECTIVE Beer 12.pack $i59
NEW YEAR'S MON.TUES..WED.-THURS., 9 e, e ctn
EVEr! I DEC. 18, 29, 30, 31, 1964
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FRIDAY plus tax t iltMtlt ,
JANUARY lit CANADA DRY
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For your New Year's party
p GINCERALEI enjoyment, we invite you to
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Nuts k. ...:. :. 79 I department featuring the
0 lnclitt J.r Pick, M.r*..kl.J '<0-os. ': \ most popular imported andO
b Cherries ,. L. ,.. ... Itr 29 domestic cheeses and party dips!
The DMmM t.f., TmII .,....... ,
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Click With
Any Party Gala Towels ,. . ref' 37 per
roll I MM IT 4 PLEASE WITH \ Medium Eggs 39c
Roliton r Party Mix WfcM. .!.. am4 .* ...."fN OMM" TiU PURCHASES OF$100 OR MORE dos.
Wheat CIIIX 12-oL pkg.27c F.F.V. Crackers I 3*... B7 KrH'i T..., e...... Spa/ '. '
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Rice Ch
IX.01. pkg.31c 16 I .. r'pti.
M'ThdHs.0. 41 a'"l Cree.Delle'- D.M a
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Tender GroonSweet
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2-Ply Whit or Colored Kleenex I I o

Tissue e e e 3 3r$1.. .

Party Time Serro Kob.y'sPotato

Sticks 3 r.29C

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White House Zesty Flavored
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Pork Ribs. >lb. 49cy

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Matchup Favors Colts Looking Moorings AheadTo Womer.




, Over Browns for Title 1 'Surprise'


A number of returning wlntei,

By MURRAY OLDERMAN can contain Paul War .ld resident, without tablls ei
Browns( split .SPORTSJ
handicap, played in last week'*
BACK ON TOP- II+ Sports Editor end) II i to put the rush on quarterback Frank outlof of The Moorings Women'-

Lenny Moore of Newspaper Enterprise Asia Ryan Warfield is fast and has great moves Goat AMOcUUon. The Callowaj
the Baltimore Colts If I want to make a first down I want Syetem of coring .IUCPated.b
is free of injuries CLEVELAND OHIO (NBA) II* Berry. If I want to win a game, I want Pro BtU Mceevilt, was use<\
this year and till veteran pro played al(ain.l bolli the WarfWld. 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.., Fit. Sund.y. D.c......, 27 .IW4 in determining scone

regained the pol' ,, Clfveluml Uro\MiN and Baltimore Colt "When John Mackey is well, there's no In a blind partner draw, Mrs

he once heW 1_, this season and has ,strong opinion. Ill'didn't have CG tororatet John Brewers a 12th E. Reve and Mrs. M.Luadders
(Browns) were paired and declared win.
the elite back a'i i } still unot to use his name, but lie among the 14 tight ends in the league nere of the weekly tournament.
has to John
Of
live with these guys (and play Huarle Wins Battle
In the NationalFootball 'tit against them), so let a skip it (find get to the "At offensive tackle, the Colts with Bob Mr. M. Schneider took low putt
Leigikei" meat of the conversation Vogel and George Preas, have It all over honor
'Walter Beach;" he began, "la a bum-he the Browns Dick Schafrath Is very much PUo tor competition In next
Wednesday' outing have been
i tyH 1 ; t couldn't make any other team in the Na overrated for Cleveland, even if he makes Quarterbacks In Shrine Game completed by Pro McDevIM who
tlonal Football League." the all-star lists He's just mediocre.
1* wltiihoidlog an announcement
"At guard, Jim Parker (Colts) Is in a class
Since Beach is the regular; right corner by himself He has no a blocker. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) John permit the trailing team to of the type of "blind pm." to
back of the Browns and peer as pass Huarte won the battle erf the have the option receiving or be played ''It will be a surprise .
who
John the
Wooten plays left side for
must defend against Raymond kUklng after a touchdown. ," a spokesman eald.
quarterbacks handily, but hU
Cleveland Is good when he wants to be. On
Berry the most pro North team had to through a Huarte, who emerged from
go
the right, Gene Hickerson Browns<(< ) Is better
lific pass catcher of all obscurity to lead Notre Dame
halr.ralslng light before It nnal.
than Alex Sandusky (Colts) He's a lot faster
times, in the championship' ly conquered the South In the back to the football heights/ this
O game at Cleveland Stadium The Browns have better speed for wide most exciting game at the season, completed IS of 28 pass.es Beach Club Gals
stuff, the Colts have the blockers
Dec. 27, the point was unmlstakeable. pass Shrine for 208 yard and two touch.
'Center is a bust-out between John Christmas football se
rice downs, topping the combined In Poker TourneyThe
Morrow (Browns) and Dick SzymanskiMorrow .
"Johnny Unltas, said the Only five seconds were left throwing yardage of Staubachand nine-hole
is bigger and better at the cutoff surprise
.. old pro "should beat hell
when
.e.wrTr..rlYr Huarte, Notre Dame' Rhoome
.+..u...,. out of 'em." Then he hedged, block Sizmo is good at dogging line. Heisman Trophy.wlnning quar. On the South aide,Bob Hayes, Christmas Tournament of the
I /4 "But I if Cleveland gets the backers terback whipped a five-yard Florida ('M" Olympic sprint. Naples Beach Club Woman's
G ball you got to respect 'em. 'There's only one Unitas to play quarterback clutch pass to his teammate er, stole the chow from the._Golf Association was a poker
Oldennan A bad field will favor the Ryan is not a Unitas. but he's a helluva Jack Snow, to break a 30.30 quarterbacsk to be voted the hand with Mrs. Edward Ander-
J- Browns. They can five.yard you to death." student and sticks to his game plan. You deadlock the South had forged outstanding player on team. son first with four sixes. Mrs.L. .
I The vet preferred the ball carrying of can rush Ryan lie has an unorthodox. way with a gallant comeback just Hayes operated as a split end. W. Youker was second with
Jimmy Brown and Ernie Green to anything of setting up for passes, tie back pedals and two minute earlier. After a mild first halt that four fives Mrs. Mary Virginia
cutcQuE the Colts could muster from Lenny Moore or can't take inside pressure." But bee a better This and a magnificent game ended with the North In front 7. Kennedy third with s full house,
the fullback duo of Jerry Hill and Tony runner than Unitas long performance won Huarte 6, the Yankees exploded for 23 and Mrs. E.Robertson.iguest,
I Lorick, Such Intense exporting does lead to a pre the vote a* the outstanding points In the third period on a with three sixes.
diction. Mine Is Colts 31. Browns 20. North player. And he clearly: 25.yard sprint by Penn State'
"Cleveland he said, "will to the The association will playa
,try! keep
outshone the two South quarter Tom Urbanlk, a 20>yard pass
ball because its defense. is mediocre to poor. backs, Navy's Roger Staubachand from Huarte to Army's Carl blind bogie on Tuesday December
The Browns' bread and-butter plays are the Tulsa'a aerial record-break Stlchweh and a ".yard runbackby 29, after which a board
'r DAILY quick turnout pass to pica the Collins er, Jerry Rhome. Rudy Kuechenberg of Indl. meeting will be held. New
post pattern and Brown on -hole plays." In the winning drive, the ana with a pass stolen from starting time will be 11 a.m.
Because
he's the expethat a (defensive star Huarte. now combination so Rhome. on Tuesday,January 5.
super- : area. "The type 01 effective for Notre Dame all It looked utterly hopeless
GREEN FEES defense the Browns play overshadows their when the South trailed but r
season, clicked: three times. The 30.S.
lack of John Henry Johnson of thPitt.burah
ability, he diagnosed.
"They don't! the Rebel picked themselves
North had the ball on the South Steelen became
'dog' and they play ton* on basa efeniC! off the field and
up rain-swept
five when Snow grabbed the lastone
Dec.: 14 Jan. 15th They depend on their front four linemen for the TD. launched a 24.point bombard. the ninth player in the NationalFootball
i\\ for a pass rush and don't League to gain 200
get much. Bill ment of their
Glass and Paul The South had rallied from a own to even the yard in one jame He did it in
Wlggin are very capable count.
304 deficit to tie the at 30-
score
of the
a 23-7 Cleveland
ends but so are Gino Marchetti It upset
$4.00 and Or ell was the North's first rlcto.
30. They were helped by the
Braase (Colts), even If Glno'a reputation car. pedal rule for the which ry since 1(60. The South leads Brown. who were favored by a.s
o clan him. At the tackles game 10-6( much as 14 point.
young Jim Kan ckl and one tie._ .
(Browns) played the best against ua and had
A' 1
Electric Cart
? ; a good game against the Giants. But the t s'r
Colts get a better rush. I
pass
r tt) lit "At middle linebacker, BUI' P
flt) I If'i1w Iii (Colts) .is much better,than Vjnce Costello:
$6.b because he'i smart But the Brown corner SEASONOPENS

linebackers Galen Fiss. and ''' glop rt I are damn good. Flu never has a bad day
la ,and Houston Is a 110 per cent player, For the r ei
Our Coura Inc
Colts, Steve Stonebreaker is, tough but
,\ 'I'Boai'itlful': ) ) ConditionANNUAL ( makes mistakes, and Don Shinnlck can )Joolc
great one play, terrible the next.

"In the secondary, give it to the Colts.
MEMBERSHIPSIndivJduW Lenny Lyles at the right corner is a good
hard-nosed kid and will beat hell out of
Warfield Berry will eat Beach alive. We

\ 'v JM: U>...i..... $276,00 didn't think too much of Bobby Boyd (Colts) '
,I Jr.. or Bernie Parrish (the other corner backs)." IMY
Family ,<." !{,...I, ..'....... '" ,3" .00 With little he 1
!r. urging into
dipped a pene T MATINEE AT 2:30 P.M.
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unit starting with the ends: TODAY!
EVENING AT 8:15 P.M.
Our duteous* la A...lUbU For. Collin
"Gary (Browns) and Jimmy Orr
,"I !'fctMtMtUaPlcnso (Colts) are equal In ability, but different JIGGING PLAYER-Gary Sorry No Minors '
types. Collins Is more capable of the
Call Pliti tiarbyBhlre, Golf fro & Mgr, big play because he's a bigger guy.making Orr has Player goes Into a jig as a

speed and good hands. The only way you long putt drops for him.

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VERA'S BEAUTY SALON FOR SALE ., Co. .... SEE YANKEE & LANDING a" 1 led ".' n.th Oe" Grege $ 81., "o"" I 1GM" NOTlrr TO n f\rorn
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$ill to Camps: 'i". I I. '0' ,0"" REALTORS opvude'd raP ".d
i'itt .nd .lorse. W. fbi odded Wsikly HR hum* ,0 t uPhOnt 05.07 1 Iroedwevilding Coins, ."I 'Ill. Proposal' InnneclDocumeitv Coo,., ol th. 1'1.1 i I r"wl'" ,,i'
tlinLINNIES. Roofing & K.II" Wool YOUR MOTEL. or buhiols.sits. Ootumovlu O.'M' d s('., I Irall000
Berco Siding U' II MI 0.19 tttr 5 p T.jttfJWrbilt Mattlsaltan Dl aaigualr.d Spec"I .
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UNIFORM SHOP 2 Bedroom epertmoM Ht onl....Orlve on. Inn r-W '..'... Catl0150 m., he nbtA,ned h, .1 l,B h''trwel mIt ho ill' f'.I':: }> -i iMcBNVDl' :I.
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me iMVOI AND WILLIAM rftl?
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beech TV ceble electric. heel Is,. on pour tlrms TIME OFEED 411 "iIVd..C' ,,>iE Mm..mJ.J. ,d.dteneit > ..gOT Blvd FoA U." FIiI.0 ,
twin bed. MI 24S7IFully CONDOMIN 13 Moos ... .. ACRES 0 510 PEN ACRE of '.qu",,' ,,"
COLLIER Say FronttgeVIS.St)0 ol IMI w rnt tor Oath de
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2-Bik ) Reedy far dsv.lpep50400 I, MILl' P5000.0 drel let ol Drew,nB. und Sp.cfctlotll .. .t of I"
njrnnhcd I bedroom"heth 0 51007 LIving Rosmfor M... on 0'." LIMiTS 'S MtLI STATE ,Mur>1 to loch Oenexl fan ".1 .ho' ...uedrretki S,.1" h liry' II I
I bhetki from beechAvetloWe Sole 5. Lois.WATINFRONT HII5IIWAV' FRONTAGE: .. .. c""oc'o.' Ad.on ,1 ,,'1. "'" I',.
Motorcycle Hurley DtviaionXL 26-Personbl trector A<11 i'onjl >et> .oo.y bt nb
model. 1163 Shedow Jn through Murals S.* 0 H LUFF 0."., Blotter JOINING TWO GOLF AND 1e,nod bv piv u.. rvpioduct' .nn cotto .,hlul,0IP, b. pau".l. ''I'. ''''''' I."
"port T V ClM. Adult, .n pots APT s.tt of' COuNTRY CLVII PRO ...., h "n' ""II" I I I
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|1..10. Neplet. 12/22 31 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS' _._ SPhitNnNprn h,ch coil II oIl' be retunileO' .
J77 Sth Av*. South Il/Il It city $1500 CHURl OPt PIOUSlY shell be .'I h", p.'h"" I.
Chocks shall b. papaS1. to
Men or women ..'" m. ,,,,,,,.., ,
drinking Ill llth It NorthMova AitMlttet ,... "C ,tec" T". full omout 01 the Arch'..... Ih. I"" a
problem Atk for help by cell NEW Fund t bedroom tinTur WATERFRONT LODOE N Rght I.I In Phil I" K,y** HIlly OlMn ,I Drow tht d.pl''Pw ill h. I 01"Ill ri ,
mg Ml 14351 Victor Cera.ell ... ... Air CondiHoned ecru, .Meet for Toailoo Perk or lIt, dopost 0.11 h. 11111,054 ,.
3-BoBts-Motors Acc (pertinent bodroom i both, 0d ttor .5.1.oysu.rolIIloidI. Dr.w,n|< .nd Sir I." .1 Ilos SI 'I'
.. welcomed N.".... ,n Pout heeled fully Sir. .", .11 tutjdlv't.an Ottered et ..*. Electric kitchen. Utility ROBERT H. JAEGER .00 the sont.lo ArchtucK< ,n goad olldon h mod to the "h h..1.., .'I. '"i1 5 l11'i I

O'DAYflbor.I. Beptiet Church Ann. on llh' ...t.d. Yeerly I..... Hut CrtttFurnKvhed sacrifice, rejoRi tcroanod Perth II..... within' 10 days ol the d.tt eel foroooninB .dt'M w 11011" I 10 d... ,,' '".
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C"i.C..ft IMPERIAL PROPERTIES Of the P1.osul I tper' cet ont way .
No. 1121 If Move right inkotod .
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OH ? SI30 before 9: 30 a m. or Foundation Piles nithed CORNER ept In Surftidone for reliable' buyer MARLOWE AND BECK 1.515155. >n Plo rIdolnos i.m equnt' ,,' '""... 1'" I" 10 no ..,'
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HIGH SCHOOL AREA Twobedroomt CONBOY REALTORS ,, ,,,. ., ,
Docks-Mooring Whips eveileble Jen .nd/.' M...". : VINCE the r.I. Bid The Bond is reauirod ,, "" .on' f """"
'I Cr.fl' twin Enn.s, THE GULP REALTY CoMS two baths, olr costs 41) fifth A.V* Si. usaauurarppo. the "It .lh. ""I ,,,, ,,,' ,' h,,' 'to lip"" ,, ..
55.110' Ml 2 Mil 24J0163Ctin. 00081
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'in. urn tfIf Radio Road 49 Houses For RentR.fNTAJ.8 RIDGE LAKES Purnlthed or. Real Estate hal B,..... will be required to us.cuato "I ,II ..,.,.,1. ....."." r". sorsssPl
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(t open CuStom built boat S041 2.41S1 14471 "Hour' Qall Courte. 58-Lots For SaleI including e ell labor. end 1yl1I'5ond meteri lull a Pertormentin 0id,, 1.000110_

, 10 HP electric Mercury motorER 1 locIullIns' all labll 'POd "nuio,'

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.II fOOT 'IHR GLASS and ROCK GROINS APARTMENTSFURNISHED RIDGE: VIEW LAKES ISst50 lat Hlh .....10.. pavidSI. filled owl No euelifyino. letten "r r:1::r'*::5 nut b. prnprrUI : :
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4b HP JOHNSON Croteto .....11., dec It on double lot t blocke PUBLIC NOTICI BIDOP MAY" WITHDRAW A t. w ill h,' rle "l
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ACCESSORIES NEW BOTTOM pit.. end groin* I 101 dIps .ft.. the per dele >*t I lo.ihe ISIS Slloo.lPrl, ,,,. "". ,,01 ,,Ill, .
PAINT EXCELLENT J. W. DYCHES. REALTOR AND BECK rio oatarlonl 1.1 nsa' Gulf FTNCINQ .. of tuch kidetMI to ..' ."., "" I Ir nut, <,,
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SHAPE $995.00 Ml 2.7660 MARATHON 1144 3'" tt.te. ?-24>2I 5. IiCARISIEAN NtaOLUTlON OF JUNK YARDS PURSUANTTO OwNtP MOiRvn lout '''' 0'.... .. ,,' '''' to 10 ",
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5-Builneis Opps. Dredge, Or.glto.s rentel IIISO plus utlllt No Temieml Tr Ml ?*'M WHEREAS the bard ot Cou,"iyLommittionon The,IMMII Boerd ..1P II .. I to ..."n.I .
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Dotlr Wrk.Airport "WtrOrfToVit'; Accote -t Loads of mperlonct tetklnglott Rd .M( 171SSM "North Neplee "For Sole Ol MuSs your wile HAPPY enrt intend wetorwey |I7MItBO tl 1744 Lewi ol .Florida. to require ATTEST I "II,., .. rod..
of finenclel becking Qua Rent Beeutitul bedroom.. I. Buy thie I bedroom I .beth down. SIS per' month ColIlor by retolullon thel ell automobile W 0 RrVNOLDSbocrMery ...TII St

ill butmett allied with con Ace Radiator Repairs beth unfurnithed name wIthl.rs homo In NAPLES ..*tit Sub County Roelty It/S II lunk yerOlO of eny ino.t prom lo W D IlyllIllIl'So

ttructlon end remodeling fieldApprecieto pleyrom twlmming pool divltion, City voter ft T VCeble I(tee, or prtmitet mod g* The bard ., Public 1..Iuclo.. 1.1,0hr1 .,.
Individual willing Gus I.".. reptlred i welding end sit,. 'lerie utility room, Immedieto occupency OWNER MUST SELL- -- end UK. of ports ol old motor vo roller: fount *.ter.do 0,1.0,1, ,,l l'I, 10'' I sllyl,,,,,

to sat In advisory cepecity ifrequeued II..", cleenlng neer new Seegete tchoolIIMOO 111.000. 12.000 C..". belenco 100' 10 Moormgteiot with ".d... or premltot upon which Dec 1I .IH4 Jan 1 10 till rM :I '. I I u "l> I I .1 4,
Reply P O Sol Dick u* ft delivery per mo Cell ISI3I or 190 00 nor month nice Below Ihe merkett wrecked er d..m.nt..... motor vo .. 500oll 10JuIlG, iwrMOAf a., '
loll Neplet' Fie. 12/11 M .1ro Oevlo Blvd MI tiltS. _tllil_ Ufn IfU..O..L AttoeiotetLucille IliOO pinei ".*... ero tiered Mhidtng premitetedcnl

RENTALS"' Otte Virgil, Mcrcum | I* eutemnblle gore*** . . .
RETIREMENT INCOME Telephone ontwerlng. tervlc' Noble Wright Fred Clerk. FISH PROM YOUR uted ISO Morege et wrecked or dit PUBLIC HEARING

.It. small office with" tljnteoce ft Uf par ...on. BACK YARD mantled motor vehicle which ol Collier ereaeted BULKHEAD IINEESTABLISHMENT THAN M Al. 0*

One chance In 100000 doing end ,,,.,'1.10' ter.vice 1936.00 DEWEY POLLY 100' a 140 Aouelene Shore within the limn munltipelitiettherein : 'UI110A. TOtNlSTI WHL
....... Cell }..41ilTtooft wetorfront lot tttoo Tie thIs tMHidin A public ",,'1". will bo held by
Leading Import but .
"' MARLOWE AND BECK tnetl be fenced from view ho Board of County .. lit TU1N FOR ANOTMfK IIISITIr4trI I IAITS.
.
nett for many "...*. repeet onoUn "h. 112.'00 Mich'gen with adoqualsa Ct.n.
.'d... from tubttentiel com 'tpreyed Mtretclutiv** REALTORS REALTY homo for reel bergein peck by enclotlng the tomo fence en Ihe It .1":1: GourthouM o'clock' at.
tuktlentiel ruetlev
from homeOllerod tRITE WHITE Ss.ut.fiS. pro 411 Fifth ...v.. ... ego Your boot ot your beck si 'I. tIll A
runlet to
opereto
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: cherecler end lye of .. February. S. sos. lo tent derMteblithmcnt
: oats Free MI 11401 2 511L. door end tOo beech Just few
end saI.uII inn.
with beeutiful Leke- toots. .. ..- Oea Dewey Polly "..lto, b* utod being prescribed in the reeo of a bulkhoid line ,nwmplieneo
block
3 bedroom houte. For de MI' sass NAPLES swayS
vow .t""""
Corner Awl No end
let
i bedroom I beth unfurnlthed with Chepler' 17 M7 lot
lull contect Otto Noah Pins ROOF CLEANING ft PAINT home I In the Moorlngt MI I 4421or Towlimi Trill UNIT APARTMENT SITES "NOW. THEREFORE Br IT RESOLVED tie, 211 III Floride. ..,I..,.. The
Lene. Clerment, Flu. JI4 2t3l INQ CO I/ZI.\OI\
M' lUll th Surd County
line Mvt Lot 1
by iropeeed lying in
3112Help It9l 11/20 etCleeo block' t* bee owner need. I.f
I7./J4
HOld fl--- try | # rommit inoert, ol County boOby II Twp Ill. Ring 7 Eeilur :
money
I. Gulf end Golf, tpe. A FEW 0" OUR Floolds 11111 sOld AOl 5 h.r.hn51v0fl Tounly Fie
Claus I Bedroom H...... See MANY LISTINGS so soil 1 lots I In Perl 'Royal ..1I full force end eflect end ell A map or plot ol the ,--, l"nvnoy
Wanted 38-Autos For Sale eonol or yeerly I..... lIlt Mitre I tM pilot Hundredi 05toil nice Ihu ubouo dossolhod poomisos sisall. ke teen ft eeamiMd et IhaWIll.

Drive. Ceoume lands.ti1uro.h.dcolla4onsa. I Odors Porn 000t I. e.ory prlc ereckei' be fenced end encloted. completely ol, th* County Engineer, orit
: J.I' end e woodon tone ,, Ihe ollice nf Tn Couitly InS,"
(telling rIt''Srsnt. require OK USED CARS ,. ,. 11400 Bdrm I Beth Neplet RANDOLPH FULLER el I.t"1'-; ( T feet in he |Nebnvo .irt..g, In* N>*let. Fl* during

t.eeri.ncod Ihort order cook Wl c".". 4 dr HT All pow.r.Ar Lund 1.0 Yacht b.rbor. city we Ml I Bdrm I Beth Pus, .I..,.. i REALTOR .. ground level'. .laid.._ fence shall to ,..u.., wwkuig II...,.. Petitioner n .
tod counter help ever 21 your Cend -. .- ._- 41J i1r.ID 104-511001 .. eteu<*> ._ to oe ttplee. Hornet': IsO -. -. R55 ouIuIO

I t' *'! # '>' *''"* fRelei'n IMt Ford Oeleiio. C""VI, : 1 Bdrm 1 Beth, en voter iPALAAER HARRIS completely, abttrwit landowner end block* end the SOARO: OFCOUNIY __ WW1I'
: view ot neghboring COMMISSIONERS
Snack the Tem- 1M4 C.rv.IV. '....n. Stick' shift ...nd how furnithed coinage 177100 lf ell rule
end shall meet |tAi
lInt T.III. North NiplIs.Iioi HM Jeguer Coon for rent In city I bloch from 2 Ibm t Sash now, 4 beeuti 4 Associate Slid patter regulellont* by tencemtng toning ) T Soil. Cta"Deputy .
IMI Pontiec Cetelln Sal lit HO ::
beech Living room. bedroom, slid conttruction. in Cortter County W'V't., .. FOKKKNT!
order cook enj- dlthwtther I IM2 Corveir Manie cpeIM2 kitchen end belh. Tel 0 7055 1 Bdrm I Beth on weter Wlk II r''f _.ii:n g Nuplol: p000Irtlos and murnolplllllot, touted theren Clerk" .
S :
1 4 dr Cyl SoS 170000S
Bitceyn to
12/20 .IIhlewly ** Cosylon Cove .. It further ....Iv.. thai e copy Dot 77 A. Jen I I*, 'SI lOIS|
Beronl'1',. Ml 1.700. ISIS tt l tWO Cedillec .....10 Sdort I lath I a ''ot-'I'' 100I p. Tehitien Cove tout L..N II

EXPERIENCED 'cooks list Cedillec ....., decoreted I bedroom Stir, I ..'h Let Ph T-H4I days, I Mil evening: of thIs resolution' be,Ill oublithed osasorullylookl oncoe : .
week for two
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holler \pl. lot I..
cot..... tee ton I7SO! Ml I.ItMr .WOdrm Hi the Collier County New*.
di.hwssber porters, kitchen INGRAM CHEVROLET 1 4257 12/21 If I _2 Beth Sorrent Gao ii DOWN |M' per month wiflbuy a ntwepeper' et |enerel t circuletionpuMlkhed I lfrirlrnr.> t ,lUdroumHrrk
den IIS.7M 71 e 1$ 'tofu In COCONUT Floride I
help maids. Good duett haute. ...., I Bdrm I SaIls Fl. Rm117 GROVE: in Collur aunty I
ToVW. } doer teden Sm M. no. vocent cia. City .t. All percent ere hereby given no Seasonal Hentnl Month Kr*. m ::
to bh.ek t. .MO ,.v04 tlreett. Act now for boot
Will finence. low down
peymen nleny
working! ronditioni I and to outlined buyer Cell "ffl"\I.Ih"1".. 1.. 1 Odor t Beth Dbl G....* on ..I..".... lice Ihet tuch hr.os.s 0 who or eaoueenl rofutee orneileot i 1 tit: tll't'IUr.1'TiOt: i

asFes.( Se. Mr. Dudley, Hoi. 2 2X* or i >tS3. 12/23 4t U/2J It Suit::: rouree rUM COLEMAN BOYD. RecttorSO lo premitee fence the urn. et reoulred Two bed room (wo bath
3 ": t Beth Tenth Bt "N' .
Trail. carport Ml I MISH1 bovo slOb a periOd of tieHI nlrcly 1111111.".... and l wtllhenteil 2"' ;
North I4 tot
1100 |
May Inn atc -
TOP GRADE USED CARS 50-Rooms For Rent 2 Bdrm I Beth I'M IW on 4>tproy Yvo Hodon ) moMh from th* date 'of odaption hum I ,*'ast.rI| lISP _

No Phone Culls. 12.23 tt COLLIER COUNTY I Immedieto pottoulon en moil Shore. l45tr.0(. to Rey of of mredemeener this retolullon end ihell upon.. guilty convWIMw th. ('th.lir "hvrl'h. lleirh = Ilt%( Ill .\Vr,, Ml '
Herbor on .' off Soy I
of thete |
MOTORS Room foo rsroI In poloIst hsrnlt. Cell 2 SIM or clop in et Our t. .M,4, ...th'Av. ..uthSOMETHINO shall be punitiby ".. .. p050450' I'ler and HhitppInK (enlor .
0 workIng, m.n or wfO". Mla "n lew TV (ABLE
13-Help Want. Female IZII. II/I SI off c* on north hI-wip II Demo Inn Pall dey of December $1650.00rtus )()

(95,1 Cad 4 dr ..d.o. heeler ii '. p-i; CARIBBEAN REALTY l4 i ( ITV WATER '::

loon "lid I.pw,...tteerlng I ..../.I:.:"t,new.. 1-3413 nr0" III t' 37M No Temiemt REALTORS Tr Ml 2111(1 59-Acr.ag. THE bOAPJO COMMIt4IOPM OPCOUPITY tnititiesK. f Ml .......I'1tt1, ,*..lrd
tele
", pleating C.II Bll Porter Ml 2 2413. 'Room for rent trtthen. prtvl of CHIier Cosogt Ffcirtde

,h... volco. good. toplut. 12/2 It I...... Cell Mrs Ottuno. I IMISlWsntedToRent Cuttom' built. I bdrm, I both, DIFFERENT IN By DS'WEY WUrthe.rmen E. Howling -; rk-rlrk:" Ural julrl '"

!..i.il.Dlvorc..! homo. Florida room. lerge utilIty ACREAGE .
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ee<>ledo. ol office
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prece room eprmkler eyttemmeny NOW I eere trecl loceled.lyet ATTfSTMergeret ",Iult. Nu (VI.TO .
duo, S.. Mr. w.tt.. Collier 1958 BUICK CENTURY HT .. wiN ."... .pertm.nt o'trot CIa to Setietelitsgl. ono mile from US. II T ... Clerk MI Mlt
wIlt, .."' .. 'I a.1 North Neplet t 2.ilJJ DrIvi sIt .. title p0095117 wIlts DM n.I IH4 ten I ISIS al <"\ trrir o siI.vI.\ I'N. It'I

Cuur7 New., Good condition Fall I: power pas, owls ii, urld .."' ..." it .

I a H e3 J.r will 6,54. BUDGET MTN1bT' 05.000 0,5' 505.01 Doll $15lowi

Wtnted clerk typitt tnd/or for .,.11 ,...1'10! cet Cell flit 0005 5lt5. For.
"enogrephor. Ptiono I S 2Ilullenging Ml 2-6J4J Jutt (IMS dawn with FHA Isinho? ,..,.."'.to_ 5001.01
llill IIWilt' term move* you Into new I D T Jone* Enttrprltet. cI"It'W'
For the belt ..*.. cTTu J Bedroom unfurniehid hou** bedroom I both haute t block MldwtytSM*. P O 5.. ;*J
round Cell MI 2 Mil
... w.nssd .1 Gold.n town tee WOOD CHRYSLER yeer from Ih* beech on n*.,igebl* rani- ;-;; : [
/ 2t For ..
G.,. ..,.. .
Club .. MI .121
Hou. S North Troll
I2IU tf PLYMOUTH. j-1- bedroom 2 beth unfurnitrted 'dtel' r Ircilor Mayo M ft ofC.moM !17/
Pitio Seot Took end
1MO ,.icon 2 door tedin Sec. home. with option. Mutt A c '
( G2 :.rl".l.8lAtooI w>"i Pftone Ml 7 foil .11/11 if
lenel\ divertI. tecre ,.'.ce for autck Ills M2I Cult bo ....on.bl. J W...... IIS I
loo If you don went toT 1 2545 2 MJ IJltJ 4t Solet Aye Ft Pierce Fl*.
,: ? ont W'y. MI e13*. or 12/24 It54Trade ...... sew I ...,...... ,.. 5.515 if"'K'Il l15
IAR2AlHl4tharI ever .15 t.0oi. full" ........._..., TEXAS TIP

onent\ Feirlene Convertible ot.rS.tld daublo IiOlii,
T"und.b"d" Eng'''.. n.MM hon od on I lot with tto. boot = Wh r* oil flow. money grow*

ott mIss Mechenicolly in toot: or Sell _,". of the Beech. Cfob gotfoourto CoWSlip now twhf Owns opened
-Hslp Wanted Male cond it,on ,InCludIng Electric .Hendry ft ranter Coo WrM. SPECIALISTS fOR AIL
., .
Top RadIo Heeler Auto Trent the follow ng for ,0'"
trod* el... lot I7ih It chopPino
Auto loIec"...... must know Coot n." I3M4 The trot 120 center teeing elreettFort RANDOLPH FULLER, '.'derel.on1C
".... *nd tignmnt Prefer cash will buy it See SIrs Lu leuderdele y'-r:. II.*M .
"en with Chryelor experience cillo M...",'.. Ill IWO AvoSouth REALTOR a e 1m, from New OhIo
T".. tor M te SOS ecree sib.lo.uy
I" Petrlo. Wood ChrytlerP1 Neplet 12/24 It will pey flerenco '.... City I mi to new IN ALL FIELDS YOUR HEEDS

mouth Ml t-ISM 12/17 tf Slat price sd NKelian: to P J PALMER HARRIS, .P.rhOaO iOOS m "lto' ,
\M Cerveir Memo ipyder ants Slit K per 4're
ii..,.itruht ..'chm... Cult ember red. white Moth IM South Flu Oceen: .uv'i55Stor'l Associate
"tiZl .ots.swe .2tI. U/II M o':1.lv'nt *' Full metrvmint Frt Leuderdeie I : as. 10 of ''''''''-'

pe""" "Wrude. lechomoter 14)) ,.. telling .......* prooertio 'm.S ..

..g men t* keep new ended menifold preteur*. cylmder O'fico. Creyton Cove CHECKANTIQUES : THESE ADVERTISERS
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= cor* cletn end, help I* heed "..oura. tpoedomolor Offi; eQrtic op* TahIti Cove Inn 1ft )M' ..' Stele Rood

<* See Leo Petrl wood ridS 4 ........ oni the Ph_I,241 deyt. | UM eveotnit neer M.... ,.t.... developIS
CK'tl.r: "' ,mNth. Ml J- 5HjMitlp WW torn ) ...... 50451 SI
floor: MlIJ2l> .lyuJIO HChevfni tpoco* t.. OtOt Cosot HOMES BY; STONE
rnilm. Call Sth Aol W heve thoT.i LAWN CARE
Colanr Corp Mt MMl ng homoe t It m' tram New lit DRUGS
;"P'S6m.o Stetlon Wernn I MM IllS IfAv now under tonttruetlo* SUN feU I40NMIIS
IMI I In like new cond I TERRAcr Two 1 BP> homoeet
Available lion or fflnel owner. *lweveepl Cond "o cT in tie'ltoNlBLDO HIM* oe Rordon Avo a OlE e" eeved tfet* SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP J R PRESCRIPTIONS '
In ,..... II5M Ml I 4J7I M TaoiSt S4 No Low NAPLES SOUTH. S BR bom, reed SH OM from Glob*) Oeler I .. OM:

boa.. women copeblo end on, monthly rental includee tetoinewerlng I on Bercelono Cir... |ILM* tr I IS*** P111.4ACCURATILY U. I

P.''enced _,....,. coripen"Jnoutckeoper ecrvtte ':Jt'f: ROYAL PALM stvt': Two S 1..1

hlvo In Aveil -.Trucks Tractors ITONC. INC Ml 2 BR homoe et III.to* end |IJ.? ., e troM t.tt dn IMS I fit Airport Ho.04Gi' ) Prompt ,... Delivery LA"I'.UI'
** WILLIAM B nON: ,IN
J Jen I. Fl -- --' lt-IIt--- : per m*
? *. um between 4 BurMer* DOH'iLICCTT CU.SIIVICI.
.7Ti: f OELIVERTCMC L.... ttere or ornco epoc* onrih
l0t.nsl..Ra
P >.m 12/21 M IMMEDIATE Ml I17M Meny' ojtber good buy*
buewote
H rn IIOMC A.. South 15040 BBirlN Atl. .. REXALL
Ven ,
Hand CAR REALTYI7M Jewelry .
,.
";';.r* ireine* rotpont,ble per VI Pickuo, whit* 2:H4QMC ....,.... H btotk from FtreteM 17*>* cetH will pv4 y M .ino* ALTOS M .h. *W I"t Coxof J.1HS

oar *...t.l I. for elderly eonMleKem V* Picku*. I bluepotitivo 5.05THE GULF REALTY C. 0 coerming home locoied MlNAPkES I7M ,... ...._ Tr MI I till *
child Live Iroclw l..'lQMC MANOR ThIS I

8" Move or driver"cere! Mce eHU vlOOJ Heevy Duly HI Mn Ave South bedroom I oeth home fy45. ,ivl_,riar"614; fllSnw. lAPSER SHOPS EXTIRMINATORSr'n STATIONS

Ml "" ft Chettr* BOOMC .sal elltee eroded, *..* Ih* ii... tot *> _
i" ""1 Ceo Ps rant spaci fer t..k e got of e eoie wilt oeeeywg '
I V40.S Ceb ft '1711. p.r ...s.0bhf beevt ufly lendtceoed Th Showooy nrfOmv __**f wktn ,I'd ouh| tee "ROtU'S 5rhl. 111.05 'I hts,. PU r
I Lon: Chete"* ISO. s45'rt foal of bssAs.'Slat oommmont i.., i awoege et pals i>. Ml.}.444* 10l'S

lee OMC INC Nepto.todeyI'Jth .0 00 50000 _.. 0. .01 |140 S r""P'W"* ***e otreeg. .. aT' "I '>>'e* ....... ...*... c.n ... CCHTROl .

.,1 St No .. to 0104 C.e 1015 AttMieleeL end prwo k* soil everypocteiboo URVIC! 11* VIC I .
-Child eddreoe ; = ; ..
Care i Tmnpo's'YltlfPi' Ill?, i" Ow v"4iii Morton lOtS tMO"r iN( rllants
r., ........ Berber. ITATlONlII.aI.
.. geod ee..d. Nob4o Wr.gN4 r'n* "-. ..,*H,

**'*die, ego Orondmothor will inn I IMJ Shedowiewn ....... 1 It' eeret *n .,.'. H....., O".- 5-Jill f eiepr Iv ..... .....1..

:"?' titling ovenwet CeH .\i/n It 57-Hovto For Sale DEWEY POLLY lid1., Mr w.rk fl.' yeer* o ., r.d Crey Me.. fAJONAILt RAIlS 00 h" ......
'Ml' 12/27 St '. eyJ "
ri' ...'.',1 .*,
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Ml.
at''
4040 Nor 2I7
THE LAP.OE FAMILY H.I' I .... Il.ol.. r en Oey
tMebil. HOlM. FOR REALTY .ori diree'ly en $'.,. Ml. u. "t *r Nlehr 11I'.1.5'NSUIANCI
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I-Ust t Found TIM I kedroexei Dos on. IOeW .r oiosio 13.000 CUANIISJERRY'S SHOi REPAIR

T..,let 2 ..'. .."" Homo n) Mueled on 41ifeelje Qo Oowoy PoHy P0.550Cot.
so M..u.ti .a. .tI1 tot Loree ttooby room let Awl Del 04TnMnH RANDOLPH FUllER.
: tosf MM inur to,. Lao. Ruily fli'ioieei
dey 4 u4ilt room McotyIpnoeceoed Trod
J" !J sf Chrtetel Either returnS mil tf week PWKO Ml I4M REALTOR JAICtR 'IHSUBAXt *
*.,I... StetMM or to Corner It--C"ebono ot. City wewr ft I V ceble Orrveby r il1 fi!:

*TV "= It td5v: S.y-.r fIrno 7M4 Moss?.. Avo loomed fir It'. \ oo.-.' ls.d PALMfR HARRIS DO T CLIAMIN6M Sal.. 04000 I "555 P00Mb' I !
erd ;. ?. Joe 1rv_ tf>e. pndne for oe room I buth CS hove oncel

12 ..M '- .... -, _'. Go.. ..,H-M._ ": IPII'4tOtIIIIt foul. .1..... I"" tfEM 112.M* Ml I tut Aitoci.te OMI$nvici OAf ;. A "j MOW* (..... OS-Ill C fi.l.FoH.... /fo." "-..:!' .
unJ P1111.15
0I It A.ussaaa.i II o'IStoiW.o00. roportro S140IPIt' '' c;q.N.I S

Lu., .**.ee Buiovo Wriel Weic* 1.it. One Vv.>4 Mert mDEWEY HOUSE TOOA1T ; I 10oryl 4JfW; Creyton Cove ..0. '."I"..,in ''lt IVAN ...UAIU..D"H
n- ...... SotS h..W 500 6- .'.. 'po .a5dSlI4.lOirI ..s. 142
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...' ; :iTja.n.eaI.50.; .4 I 0" .,..,.."...... ..' PIt, ISSOOjeo, J3Uoo.uli* il I Mi' 0' .__ 531 ; .
hItH$4.qIFfrlal.!: ; "'. m
POLLYREALTY ; "Of'-'MI
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_'tet, ., L.o. Bern.I .... hOl at MS 0foo *r neovo. 7* .. J* 50 DRIVE INS JEWELERS UPHOLSTERYItI
;... I. .. -. 7 f O'I 0 .
1 in etetJl et froei .
... cento IroojSeTtor
"' Tko
.. 555550 too* M MoorOMio
Few Sale ,.., ad c s.t'& .1 !
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t.-TV.Nt'" ... L... I :: 1.0 .O.C" .5. ,:r -. $LI5.II C. TROPICAL
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''''I' .... ... ...d OAMiEi. WtBSTf HULL :;; iypI .
emo BhM Untronr Mt 44l1. Gee Oowoy PoMy ReeHorCorner oww oHor
V
> "pholMery boo ti :- 'r.r'- Id Avo Ito. or d BRAND Aooooote MEADORS' -

.ft end c..... Rent oioctrMSI _..- Tr4 .40 fonuly rownt I.,.. ...,"* *.... M.ee Bown j : 001105110J
r.--- "..... Fjrrndwr: f;. ; ':'" ::- Ml 14\ln pert*. double :" '. kugoWDMMI" ..* CbeMeeieCe. JEWELRY t
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T.._ r.... 't" ftHli :fiiiff Vntfolto* I- Rwod. .5 .... A US 4| Ml I HM <3..SOPO **OM400er ? ( 'sitESYINATIS
I Ittk
-- ei e>4o AMMomt Mt f SSStl ft ; ;
A roof Soy ot STt M* 1.' fP5 :-r,,
$a
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\ 111 MtTMOMAS MAN BOYD. *..... _.. .0 is 160aol. _
CAU THE NEWS FOE B MtlRlOC It...... I **COlf Te o 'Ia eto MI f**Mf COLLIER COwtsrv rm fovleM* iffy 01004 FiPTte AVE S* 111" lI 0114.3333
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a* your SUNSHINE FOOD WAY


I i: Best Of Meats For Miles Around! Choice

s ( u. s. CHOICE CHUCK FRESH


4 GROUND BEEF


:I STEAK Lb. 49 3 Lb$1.39


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CUT FULL ROUND SIRLOIN TREND

U.S. CHOICE or TREND STEAK PINBONE CLUB STEAKS 88H q lBi



HOG smoa.a JOWLS 234 pOT ROAST
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Campfire SlicedBACON U.S. Choice Boneleu English Cut
I lb. 49c BEEF ROAST lb. 88c r \

!I 69.CARPE c.\

FRESH IOWAPORK 9 If- LB. .
; j LOINS QUARTER PORK LOIN SLICED 5 't Lb.P ,<

P j I CRISCOShortening Folger'sCOFFEE A 4aI4Ua 4r/ J ri't


t GOLDEN SWEETCORN
Pound Can

3Lb. n594 S9cLimit s o ,

limit On. With $4.95 or More Ord.r

STOKELY'S -:. 10 1 494
2 On. With $4.95 to. i.M+d '"M <44" ..ati
I I Tomato Juice 'a:: 49c Or Over Purchase ." '
'" LOCAL FANCY I i
I BIRDSEYE FARM HOUSE 3194NO.
CUCUMBERS
CUT CORN eaw-to-serve APPLE PIES \" > '
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1 2-394 fRKHFMRKIK( 294 iA c., Bag 94FLORIDA


SOUTHLAND MUSTARD TURNIP COLLARD EXTRA LARGEFREE
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BANQUET .
I GREENS - --- Head ---- --
LETTUCE 194GREEN
FRIED CHICKEN or HAM

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Of Hurricanes Top Story In Florida For 1964By


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BEN FUNK 7. The Jacksonville school I than the others, but 11 tornadoes nonviolent army to dramatis had entered a while school! were fired successfully three
In At
February. while PresidentJohnson rear's end, despite
News made a big noise in crisis. born In her circulation the Negro's struggle for equal \s tensions grew. Mayor Hay. times After months of delay the
VM.
In Court
SUpreme
was the decree
Florida In 19 4-the howl at tile 8. Launching of the cross.Flor. struck at Florida, Injuring 50 tty and the result was the don Burns told the Negroes h* tilt Gemini two nan space project ). train was dynamited state off ,Uw a tile Florida Legislature must that be
hurricane, the drumbeat of palaical Ida Bane Canal persons year's third biggest story would tolerate no more. His recorded Its first good unmanned track. Johnson reapportioned on the "on
oratory the snarl at po. I. The ClayUston title fight President Johnson's victory In All through the lone hot sum.mer tough talk raised already boll orbital night, but more dared J. Edgar Immediately Hoover to make or one vote" principle, till man.
lice dogs leaping into racial 10. Florida flute's rise to foot Florida and the fierce fight for the Nogrots marched by lag temperatures Fire bomb technical and weather trouble rural
the strike
the No I of pork chop still
fang was
mote, tile roar of the rocket. ball power. the governorship between Democrat day and by nlfbt. As angry smashing Into a Burns ram. shoved the first astronaut flight the FBI and alter four concern convlc. tntreadled la Tallahassee.A .firmly
And tile most dafning of all Runnere-up were the Jackson. Haydon Burns and Republican whites RIM the challenge with palm office signaled the start back Into IMS lion. tilt violence
was the scream of hurricanes vile police scandal the big unl.versity Charles Holley highlighted violence, the snarl of Uw dogs, ot a race riot. For tilt first time In Its 14.yr But Ball, ended. thrtt-Judg federal court
head of the FIX:
Cleo, Don and laball, whirling construction program, an eicltlng political year the smtsMnj of windows Ml Nobody rode a rocket Into history the Cape suffered and directed to see that Florida
in off tropic seas to convert and a plane crash that killed 10 Johnson, beating the racial tile crack of gunfire became space from Cp Kennedy In rocket.causd fatalities The ex duPont strongman Estate In of Florida the Alfred, I. complied with tilt order, took
large parts of the state into near Gainesville Issue, outpolled Sen Barry tam Illar sound In the narrow 1964 But numerous test launch. haunt fire of a rocket stag tinned to battle In the courts con. no action.
disaster areas Since 1951 only one hurricane Goldwater to haul Florida back streetsHelping. Inn brought closer the da)' which Ignited loVntally In atilt against efforts to fore him to Jacksonvlllewugolng
The return of the "Florida ha* hit Florida Donna in 1MO. Into nation Democratic ranks to throw the glare of when American astronauts wUl building killed three men end the strike and rest through a school crisis more
hurricanes" after a I4.yar period But the charm broke when Cleo, for the first time In IS years. publicity on the city was Mrs. explore other planets and seriously binned eight **ng r service or* pa* damaging than Us racial wart
marred by only one trap. racing all the way across the Miami Mayor Robert King Malcolm Peabody whtt J> Nd, Ranger 7 sailed to the moon other. .
teal twister was the top story Atlantic from Africa, ripped the High pulled a stunning upset by 'loyearoUld mother of Mass and transmitted 4 000 iloseup The strike against the Florida -- -- -
of the year, In the opinion of 1.nrtIof the Florida east coast, storml'ig Into a Democratic run ehusetts Gov EndlcoH Pesbody. pictures of the lunar surface. Cast Coast Railway-the longestIn I14
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Florida Associated Press mem wreaking damage estimated at off with Burns But Burns used She stood with the Negroes aid Manner 4 blasted iff on a slm. American railroad history :
ber newspaper editors and $111 million to property and the race Issse against him with wtnt to JailRacial liar mission to Mars, a Journey went on and on through 1964
broadcast news directors. crops devastating effect to win the strife also ripped Jack that will not tnd until mid. People wondered if the power bt NtUSECTION
Here art the stories voted the Dora following a track no nomination, then beat Holley Ina sonvlllt. It started with small summer of 1965 struggle between financier Ed
ten best: other hurricane ever took In re. bare-knuckle battle in which seal sit.lne! and picketing but Saturn i super boosters, for*. Ball on one side and the govern
1. The hurricanes corded history, hit northeast Halley accused him of hiding it crew whtn dynamite blasted runners of rockets that will ment, the courts and the unions
2. State and national elections. Florida head-on. She lashed at $1.2 million In a Nassau bank. the home of a Negro boy who launch astronauts to the m'n. on the other, would ever end. B N.pUt Fit? tund.y. D.._".r 271N4 I
3. St. Augustine and Jackson Jacksonville and St Augustine For the first time, Negro voters
vllle racial strife then moved westward Into the emerged as a potent political
4. Space shots from Cape Ken state to deluge a lO.OOO-squar force
nedy. mile area with destructive As the oldest city on the con.
5. The Florida East Coast Rail- rains Damage was estimated at tinent, the St Augustine date.
way strike $200 million line is known around the world.
6. The reapportionment it rug.lie. Isbell, racing fast across the To this l historic place, Dr. Mar.
Everglades, did less damage tu' Luther King Jr brought his


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J 'f 2B COlLIN COUNTY NEWS, NgLA He.. Sunday, l Dcmlwr 17, IH4 To make !holiday time a peaceful .. free for other need*. "

one at home: Keep your room (In order

: Give Your Parents Jaundiced view of all this. ex- Always telephone home If yare ce Wheti Nit obvious your parent). :ITEMS OF ,INTEREST', 'TO WM&: .,PEOPLE,
art tired leave the
ettemlnt. delayed for meals. living coon I
A little extra thoughtfulness on Always consult vour mother.r to them and withdraw to another
Happy Holiday Too
the part of the te.n-age ontla.nt before )you Invite friends for r part of the house. "What
.. may very well be the best meals.Selfsen. H you've been away to college, Young People Think'
Gilbert Youth Service Christmas .preoeitt tor Mother your own breakfast the holidays are a good time to

For teen-agora free from the end 1Ad. Bad after ell. .lest on If you Bet up late, and take, fort out till possession you left

demands and restraints school holldty. He still has to it up care of cleaning up. behind.If DPNITScfmuM Dad nr Law Decide ?
work holidays can be a daEzlIng early and to to work. Mother.. has Offer to do the grocery shipping vou can ret rout lands on

time of lets dates, off-schedule to do the usual housework, plus ;, prepare a special I ras meals, and a constant flow of preparing for extra dinner role or ferry the younger -htl. parents out for a meal, even U ByE gea.Cibermldeiciberi saying that on special) occasions t>\
friends pouring In and out of the guests. And both might .like to dren to their appointments It's only' a ptrrj plate or a of liquor :
aenrtng to
Youth Racaich Inc. the tenagers
house. enjoy a few holiday festivitiestoo. Keep chattv telephone rails) t to, Chinese retuiinnt.Be / might be made
But parents may take a more a minimum, v> the phone can he thoughtful dlioiii ila\lng titTV What do the )young peoplethemselves dn
think exception. Some others said the\
about
loudh the much-
or
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thought parentsto
Tiiltar discussed question of whether
late In the evening.
serve liquor to their own r-nii.;
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A few inch efforts at connlrler- verve liquor at
home to dren but not to teenage guests.
ate ro-exUtenre. end the hllllda\II teen-ager
Boxing May I will be brighter fur all We have lust asked them. How Among those who thought
they answered depended on parents might advantageous!1I
exactly what was meant by the serve such beverages was Lance
question. !Edwards 19, of Boston who gavi

Yesterday W.. Boxing Day In Britain A Day, Ai On Madwag Observed, When we asked 11ta boys and NO! this reason for his opinion:

When You Throw Away Thoic Boxes That Held Christmas Gift. The Thing girls whether they thought It "K Is necessary to Introduce

You Buy At AD MILLER ASSOCIATES Don't Com In Boxes, So There's No WISE for parents to serve them teenagers. to liquor and set an

Problem. But You Won't Find A Finer Assortment Of Hornet, Hom*.itei, liquor at home, 82 per c.nlsald example of" responsibility in

Apartment, Appreciating Acreage, Business And Investment Opportunities "no." But when w* asked that r handling It. .
62 Marilyn Scuri" :k, 17,
And Other Real Estate Values same per cent whetherparents
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Anywhere Naples And Collier
County should be BARRED B"i Oklahoma City said: "ff chli.
Thai Come To The Corner Of Fifth Avenue And Third Street, South, And Discover toil unini rtcoroioTheCiihBoi snk H en LAW from doing so, two thirds j dren can not drink at home the\,
Among Naples Realty Firms, There I. A Difference! MIIMIII ,
nitioneifc swv of them also replied "no." J will drink elsewhere. Parents

." COME SEE ABOUT ME, tn other words, the teenagers j I should not serve It to other
HANDSOME, FULLY FURNISHED HOME on Itanyan Boulevard hlch ton- Supreme* believe parental wisdom rather j children, though.
talm 'just about everything you could auk for Including a lovely location on a I PEEL FINE Beoilea than the law should be the factor Some of the youngsters brought
like overlooking a golf course There MR. LONELY VintonSHE'S
are three tillable bedroom ,
three
baths.
In the decision not to serve the up the matter of the proper age
a large living and dining room combination NOT THERE,
den
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equipped elwtrle kitchen
Zombi. liquor. As 18-year-old DaveScholl Including Gal Wangerln. 16, of
a king rived Florida
room and two tar carport The
has Invented
owner about
14,000 li extra Improvements 'U,500 buyer to COIN' OUT OFMY HEAD, of Decatur Ill...xplalned Everett Wash., who thought "It
; bin financing
... arrange own Anthony & I"'p..lol.RINCO It: considered It a matter of bur Va.. who sail, "The, should be unlawful to drink
.STUNNING MOORINGS RESIDENCE on Cr.ylon Road In It you'll find Greene "It should be a personal thing, ,"parents reserving the right to parents should be responsible for liquor at any age." Others gavet
THE
equipped three bedrooms kitchen, two tile baths. a large living room separate dining room, a well AMEN JERK, Impreiileni, Larks' and I feel If there was a law, j rule their children." Nicholas bringing up their children. Bu1f 21 as the age at witch the young

heating and air with built-in.electric. stove, an ununually parlous porch and central ANY WAY YOU WANT IT, there would be an Increase instead DeFrancesco: 18, Brooklyn N.Y., there was a law, more often sters should make their own
conditioning
pool Drapes and A pedal attraction I Is the 1C by 40 lmmlng Dave Clark FiveMOUNTAIN of a decrease drinking." t believed such a law "would be than not the parents would continue choice Statistically.' 39 per cent
carpets are Included !I.
the $15,000: price. Rlvtr OF LOVE Another who thought parents |Ineffective I because there Is no to serve the alchollcbeverages. 'of those questioned thought the

COMPLETELY FURNISHED APARTMENT In the cooperative Lago-Mar Club unwise to serve drinks to teen p practical way to enforce It." ." Roxann Wallace, It, mlnlnum age law on drinking
on Gulf Shore Boulevard Facing a waterway, the apartment has one bedroom .cer., but objected to a law Beaver Falls, Pa., thought that t should be 21, as against 33 per
and one and one half baths It Is luxuriously carpeted and offers reverse cycle CALL THE NEWS FOR against It, was 18-year-old Paul Of much the lama mind was "If you can't cpunt on partis$ cent who selected 18 as the right

heating and air conditioning, Venetian blinds In the lltlng room, a screened porch RUBBER STAMPS Rleger, of Paclflca Calif. He 'find* Andrews 18. of Lynch. to play down drinking, who can'you ';age. Only four per cent felt the
jaloualed on the south side, and a kitchen with Westinghouse dlahwaaher, refrigerator count on'" 'law should permit drinking under
and washer dryer 117,500, and monthly maintenance I. $1800 payable semi. There wr many youngster i U.

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cycle heater-air conditioner and TV table has been Initialled. $18,000, with purchaser I "("11II\\ __ ,; '
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."ONE OF NAI'LES' TOP APARTMENT BUILDINC.M In the Anchorage which

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4 efficiencies, t one.bedroom apartments and I l"o.fNodrM11II In first clans (con ceL
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.. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.b4t, F).M Sunday. Deewnbtr 27, 191.38
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\ don swld earlier in the wash
1 Lend Helping .r, 1 + ,s Johnson Back IbM ax series of onferem, ,ittbe I
UU Ranch here had put tibw4ft ,'

Hand To 'Army'A \ To Work On '65 Ally 1 "over tor the the year hump."startiu Join r ,

Jet) hM said he Is Irving to keN
bowler \ "tow MeraJ spending belo $lo,ibillion.
A total of 114 Naples "? .. Federal BudgetJOHNSON
contributed to the annual M j .
vat Ion Army bowl which w.*ron. ; : ejew' CITY, Tea, (APPresident ) Like millions of other ana.
admired then!
lulled last nHW at Brookslde o IIM, the Johnsons
'\ Johnson went Met<<
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went to chur I h
Bowl. I., to work on the federal! budget gifts Friday
Object of the lame was to ruU Saturday after a festive Christ,services, visited with oldfrtendsand
;) relatives mil teaateii\ "n i"
a ball between the big tour splita ; mae with his family.
number of times (depending : turkey
certain The decision aWl to be made .
at the wheel "r
without With Johnson
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on average Include how much money will
touching any uf the pins or guttering be asked for new progniM a station wagon the presuten
the ball. Successful completion field such u education ': tlal ternlb drove the IS miles to
the contestant a Stonewall for service at Via)>
gave what the President has termed .
choice of a merchandise prise a "war on poverty." brand new a. Barnabas Epuv o
contributed by the local mere Johnson wtU also have to pal Church.
HELP FOR: THE ARMY Jim Croak left liar harts i. I rne7t: deride whether to seek a peraise > The family was iccompimed
toi ot the \l\ation Arm Chl'istmliBIII.I. I is The Salvation Army was ri<'her ; for government civil service by the rrwtiteat's Mrs. Johnson dog Him., iddaughters.
by $89.10 and the Christmas besides
and workers
postal
shown |presenting: a check for; the proceeds to Don .
baskets were Just a little more Budget Director Kermit Gor.
Page) iijrht! local) representative of the Salvation plentiful due to the (.neroalt>
Ainiv, chile! Paul Abrnhnmson. Brooksidein.ni.iKii. of the bowlers and merchants
looks on.KEGLER'S. of Naples.

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Social Security ASPH.\I) \ttMV' 1 I-T! }I' i i I" i I' i I"?" ..1, rent' lItt1'i will allow
I'hl"' \ i ,i .11",tix., : I I'hth, i .... ''I"i i i ',il\' II .ill e itli"uit itstulttnip lou've rein-ted your land toil n. (tot your plan, and
ee The appointment district of Thomas ( : tl : TIIl'II'I-: |'.l\ ?I -111))' ii I ,ill, "tlll'l Mil; e'I( till IItl'l'l'\I.tuu. I. new. you art dues to the bu.I".... of building It'.
B. Camps of as the Fort Myers 1II'"II\ .tl'll\'t'h.d i ati'fi i > i i l 1i i t'lu" Itlsi t I'llitiiav aughtNEWS I big lareitnieM, au rh_. your builder with .re. W*
Office nasager of the Social Security Ad. ( photo are ery proud of our reputation for quality and ,Integ,
announced tiny at our office. W,'" ipent over ten years In
"today ministration In Atlanta was, by Richard H. Counties Beginning in-Januan tlUfl ,;l-;lie>:- 194',, J.-II\.: :\ .-;sasrl-;;,l i egardtng the program should du .Naplea building It. \\ guard It rarefully. Won't you
BROOKSIDE BOWLD. bowling with Burger Palace of LyU, regional director of the the office in Fort Myers will In 1).I"ma, lea> h, Ml.inn t, .II"! so through the Fort Myers Dls. ,alvp In and dlwu" I Ivlting ua construct 101'R new
J. Salmon celebrated the the Merchants League. Lea Department of Health, Bduca. also serve Glades and Itendry Pan.llll.CUI A''Otllp.lllllnItMr.1| trim Office. The office is lo- rommrrrlal' building!
day beforeChrlstmubyrollinggame shot games of 193, 194 and Jon and Welfare Mr. Camps Counties, formerly served by Camps un his uiihtl t \ In K>rtMyeri rated at 2159 McGregor Boulevard
a at Brookside Bowl 219 to reach a nice 606 and: will assume his new duties on the West Palm Beach District will be his wife, son age and will be open Monday, Alp
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Denrle rolled 11 straight lead the league leaders to l a January 4. om .. 11, and daughter, age 5. through Friday from num. JtYl
strikes before leaving one pin three point win over Sunshine The Fort Myers office opened Camps has been In the Sara- Pomona who wish to file to 500 P.M. The. telephone
on the 12th try. This Is the Suprex. Nell Van Vyk contributed a year ago as a branch of the Iota District Office for the past claims for benefits, .ippllui i t lal t Mi 'la EDIson 4..2164. MI 2-2096 418 6rh Si. S.BEAUTY .
highest game yet rolled atBfookalde. a 563 rolling consistent Sarasota District Office to serve three yeara. Ito has been with original or ,1111'11"1' So sea "Slnp" Signs Mean STOP
As this was open games of 193,183 and 189, ;harlotte. Collier and Lee the Social Security Admlnlstra. curtly numbeia, or questIOIIK--.
play no awards are forthcoming and Harold Daniels came In with
but a personal satisfaction to a 529. Norman "Chubbs,,"
the bowler Is the reward Ellers found things right and
tossed games of 202, 193 and .
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see 192 to turn In a 587 set while
Cindy BrU son of the Wednes- brother Bing shot a 202 loner
day morning Sugar and Spice and the R and E Recreation y
League celebrated her birthday went on to win two from the
Wednesday by bowling a Fire Birds Briscoe Parker. p
great big 933 game and 688 225 game and 572 series waj
series Cindy tried hard for enough to lead Marvin's Lawn
a 600 but after a 198 for her Service to a two point win
second game could come up over Mooring Texaco who
only with a 155. Her team, had Jim Croak( scoring a 565!
the Sage, went on to win three series and Gene Fox registering i '
points from the Paprikas and a 531 using a 195!
take over second place In the game. 0, B. Osceola with
league. The leading Nutmegs a 201-537 and Mike Yahl a i !
kept pace and won three from 644 starred for Yahl Ben I
die Gingers as Margaret Simpson as they won three from Lange M u
rolled a 194-536, and Bel- Bros. In spite of a 492 set f by; gal"1lr'11F,8r11'f"'hir' "
via Allen registered a 486 Glen Lange, and Abbotts Seawalls .zi
using 1196 game. Marge took two out of three
Thomas led the Cloves to a from Rose's Texaco as Russell
four point win over the Cinnamon Rimes was high with a 453. ''f w-
when she shot a 213 while Dee Wolford hit a 2'i-
game and scored a 547 set, 630 for the Texaco men. t a
and TlUle Davis starred for
the Dixie Crystajs wlthji 460 a
M"they won fourMjwa"the Food BaT flft
Sesames, despite a 468 place again In the 1st Florida
series with al90gamebyCathy Classic League Wednesday
Croak. Rosemarys an Allspice night when they won three out
kept things on a friendly of four from the former leaders,
basis and split two and two. Brookslde. Ralph Leigh with a
Some other nice scores turnedIn 213-533 was high for the
werer Julie Yanson 162- winners and Moon Mulllns con i
440; Rhett Ingram 126 Mary trlbuted; a 200-523. Huble
Hooper a 93 average bowler, Han's 546 using a 208 game wai
two IM's and a 127; Mae the best the Brookside foursome
Davis 158; Mary Lanza 167- could show Harry SaucheUI
460j Alice Wise 172)Janet Williams rolled the only 600 of the night
( 138; Irene Bell 129s Judy 1620 on nice games of 211,
Russell 110-<<41 Betty Gaits lOT and 202 as King Insurance*
162s Wanda Jones 192-470; and won 2 1/2 points from Naples
Doris Gregory 158-422. Marie Gas Service. BUI Jones was
Weaver was the sharpshooterof high man for the Gas men ube
the morning when she converted shot a 205-576 and Ken
the 4-10 split MoConkey scored a 219-562,
Al Hajek rolled five strikes Ina
I row to rum In a 223 jama
Leon Snyder finally hit his and reach a 598 series, and
first SCO series at Brookside Harold Cheffer hit a 215-
Bowl Wednesday night while 568 as Krelllng and Son splli
two and two with Fuller Industries
as Tex Kavermai
ALLHOMEMAKERS tallied a 560 set. Team No. I S DEEP
CALLING won three from Conditioned Air IS 80 FEET

with Fred Clark's 503 high for
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By
FORECAST PINE LANES Haste has had no part in our planning and development is also your guarantee that the la I
Porter's 567 with
ftR Most mi fui niturtbuyen games George of 200 and 214 was big construction. Founded on 350 concrete col- Tour Rivage concept is founded on tried and

or more attend of In League the Wednesday Big Cypress Night Mire an 'umns nearly 80 feet in depth, la Tour Rivagenow true principles. You can expect depth in every !

one Jack Finer scored a 542 with world of la Tour Rlvoge
I the FurnitureShown which 1201 game Other score rises to majestic eminence. detail in the private

reported were Harley Stone-

: eral take time place sev-a burner 1 192 Betty I89j Wallace Graham Abernathfa 138; Bil The developers of la Tour Rivage have createdover Definitely not for everyone, la Tour Rivoge

EDMUNDS year We attend Henry 192|John Deal 189-627, $20,000,000 worth of co-operative resi- is for those who demand, and con afford
to
then market in ordel Gene Parker 1S2| Perry Can
sw all the new' .tylei ,and two 133i|Chuck Carr 155 and dences. This long and successful history of the finest.
\alu" which arc offered by 163 Jane Herren 140 Nora
furniture manufacturers. Herren 173j An White 189;,
and .li<> tu plan ahead and Andy Rogers 171;Carol Roger.
keep up with the dwr trl.g 154 and 164)Paul Wlckhara 203,, 88,500 to $82,500
trends and,1,,,*. And Dick Erlckson two 168 ,ames
here'. the latest l report:; and 474| Edith Stone 175-504;.
Color-win :1.. ia. .pert and Charlie Howell 160 and
rd to continue to be DIM of 167. ,

the dominant colon Just too much going on during
hut ".tfb out for tile Christmas; holidays, apparently -
FRl'IT" colon lime u two teams of the I
lemon :and orMsreTh BowJeiwes\ Wednesday nigh
.e fruit colon various league forfeited. Whitaker and J
shads of peen yellow NraoUs woo four as a result /EsuQiQ
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and oraw. or tangerine.are of a forfeit by Parry Pantry)
all rood miters with and Bob's Lisa took fourby tf*
blue and you will see a lot same route from Jim's Sunoco
?.f three colon and rotn- Mr. Sod and Landscaping mada
h.natK.n.. ,in the new up k three to one over Faber Kali:,
h.l.terrd i furniture of I***. Reaker, and Napki Floor Covering
.\, for furniture Mytoa.ruurwl : taok three from !
the cowitry. whU. PMnpered Poodles M wotvkkla I
three, ia a r*viral of modern twO poke of the ktaguileaders. I II
and ........porary. there t tan i. ) Margaret Slmpeoa
strong trend to was. high U she rolled a 1'IS / FURNISHED BY HOLLAND SALLEY
pally DAILY
e rVovmr.al Hpm.r sow and a fat series. Odor OCCUPANCY: EARLY 1965 / MODEL OPEN

Hahan, ?, M."n"h owt.nrti Scores reported UarpThontas I
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Ana Sharp 114j in Hop*
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b, : FAlK lift:I ie7s Jeanne Veenacttoteil George R Guy Sales Representative \
M.S N*. Tawiawi. Trap'Ml l :; and Shirley CUsser 153 ,
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: c::. U/lnn, /'Geallur I II <,\Wcrjf; Quit Dentistry


I PresentsIn Bridge Club's Reporter Because Of Snow


Ridge Lakes"COTTAGE OKLAHOMA CITY (AP> _
Agrees With Demosthenes Lt. Col James R. mjn, 4J
gave up a successful dental
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BY C J. McMURRY among the tries g. We surely Mi widow says, became career h,,
Demosthenes one remarked do miss them because they are tired of shoveling MOW from the
"the readiest and surest way among the most faithful help sidewalk of their northern Wit
to get rid of censure Is to .leg in the various chores especially consln home

correct ourselves." AttheNa- traveling scores. Par- Hagen, an Army dental adyt..
pies Duplicate Bridge game ticularly under these circumstances 4 Jt'. er wa one of two persons

last Wednesday I proved he : we wish more of our killed Christmas Eve when t

knew his onions (or whatever locals might tend to that. Without .. .. bomb shattered a Saigon hotel
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used In his the efforts of 'J .' Tre bomb, believed the work
idiom they day) a half dozen ,:: ':'. .. terrorist, wounded 107 at
when I responded to a one no or so always faithful Neapolitans persons
His wife, Joy, len Viet
trump opener by my partner the chores would not two weeks Nam
rj, which was followed by a doubleto have been accomplished In reasonable home of ago and was at the
an aunt here when
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.o. my right with what seemeda time. was notified early Chrlstma
smart 2 club bid. The Idea The Early Birders played Day that her husband was dead
being to close out, if possible Mitchell movement for an average M It was her 42nd birthday"He
BY THE SEA"Inii a bid on my left. Stayman had of 84 and the NorthSouthteam .... was very easy going

pretty, sell| built. comfortable home hi* three not stayed In my gray matter ,/ Mra..Jo'fC4 Tenney e .... Mrs. Hageri said as the sat in
bedroom plui a den and U offered with central heating and I passed her two heart L. McBurney did nice Job of '., '. -r' the darkened living room of heraunt's

and air conditioning. It U a perfect vacation retreat bid.I. leading t the field at 99. outpace home watching televl.
lion films of the bombed
with children must say my partner accepted ing Stuan JCosters Bruce Brink
for family and in houite
a only one
away the five down vulnerable Sr: TAMIAMI TRAIL REBUILDING in I... ? Count from Fort M\cis airport Hotel where her husband died.
from the beautiful hit beach and Gulf of Boynton with their 951/2. '
mndy
j ! Old 1 substandard t'o.lane -
Mexico $31,000.00. very gracefully and sweetly. The Earl Lanes, 94j the J.E. to Esteio, is repotted 46 per cent complete. In the world. enemy
Fifteen tables showed for the Loses 801/2; and Mr.and Mrs. road is being rebuilt and two nt'tI.aefic l Ian':'e Are b lnir constructed "He was selected to be the

-S m.- game which put eight In the Coatcher of Plymouth. Ind., 85, alongside (NEWS photo) first dental adviser to Viet
Early Bird category. Vic had were In there pitching. The 'Nam.

set up for that--and nearly hada latter couple were our first of a diamond with their 114 hide," confesses sadly. that he "His job didn't Involve poll.
Beiutiful high Port Royal lot at a competitive re- hemorrhage between 7:15 p.m. time guests. points for a percentage gameof Clint Eastwood 1 haan't got a piece of the action. tics. He was there to further
ale price. Thli hlh lot Is located at the cul-de-nac when the Early Blrdlers took East-West also had a team 721. Carter Harrall "In fact," says Clint," "I did dental health for the Vietnam.

of Spy Clan Lane and offer a choice view of the flight and 7:32 p.m. when we icing the cake at 99 In the Judge Delmar were no slouches Top Box-Office U for peanuts, less than I get for ese and heaven knows they
unset Priced below current msrket. finally had 7 tables In the Pink persons of the James Walkers. at 971/2 and the game of Mrs. '''Rawhide'' I just liked the need dental health.

Section. The later arrivals Miss Lillian Bissell Mrs.H. R.W.WestMrs.MamieTooke I script. Mrs Hagen and her husbandmet

SAKO'S RESTAURANT flocked between 7:25 p.m. and Coffman 891A the !Keith at 96 gave the McMurrys cause Star In ItalyHOLLYWOOD "It's so far out that I guess Oklahoma' when during he was World stationed War in
the closing out time; at 725 Parks 881A and Mrs. C. for envy. The Vic Pennywitts you could call it a James Bond n.
Saro'i ReftUuiant, a cold mine for only $10,000 for iin AP Who
experienced! restaurateur who wants an immaculate p.m., it looked like a two table Luedders Frank Otte 84 got had 881/2, the A.A. Andersons at the moment is( ) ,
Italy's biggest
beautifully: equipped, air conditioned: : reittauiartt with Howell for the Pinkies which in the act. 81. Incidentally Vic broke his box office star?
a fine clientele. Thin I le a laciiflo hale by owneiopeiator be all in social
may right a A 7-table MltcheU being vow not to play when two sections It'. Clint Eastwood, the Row. I
Thin li excellent $5,000 tash
oppoitunlty
down payment. an game athome buthardlyclasst- among the undesirable movements were on hand but he had dy Yates In CBS-TV's long run. The Agency With Personal Service -
fles for a club tournament.One ,the Pinkies devoted their more than a reasonable excuse nine "Rawhide" ihow.

'e" C. Uiarr treel1f0iI reason for the light attendance efforts to a 3-quaner Howell. when a partner failed to show. Amazingly, the lanky East. I IA
0 (actually pretty good. With 28 boards the objective And, as might be expected wood who la reminiscent of the

I considering the change In day the average worked out at 78. there were an unusual number late Gary Cooper, has never .
dependable ,
EI.lltia street S-tia \WINI and the season) was that our In this section, the Louts of calls for director in been seen on television In Italy. ibis for protecting apacy you nopoll, your
J.1I71 sod. IItI 1.4571THIS friends from the Bird section His Until he made an Itallan-Ger.
Fort Myers were rahams Imitated the brilliance Early family, home and buniMM
called
movie
man pan1sh
burden was not lightened against every InturtbU thrMt
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"Fistful of Dollars, he was
thereby. Wonder if they did it of low 1 through a planned pro-
unknown in that
completely trim of protection guaranteed
deliberately. Just to have fun of
country.But by eomptniM unqimtianad
with him? Anwiy, he says one Italian writer recently financial\ itrmith.
NAPLES'sTi
IS ONE OF
"Neverneverneveragain.." commented: "If Clint East
We still will be celebratingthe wood came back to Italy, he
holidays next week and who could be elected president."

wants to play bridge on New The picture Is an American
[LMOPROMINEN Year's day with a hangover Western shot In Spain with
from the previous eve? So Eastwood as the only AmericanIn INSUIMCf tCEICI, '".
the cast Its coil wa*J250.000.
again be with us at the Wo lK.
Trade estimate its
T ESTATES man's Club on Wednesday December take from papers Italy alone may be 10 (52 Sri A..... l *th
30, by 7:30 p.m. That times its coat.Eastwood rh..e 2-5 Ml
happens also to be a Master back in town shoot. Naples. duds

w Point night. C-yuhl Ing his seventh year of "Raw

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grounds abundant with Coconut and Sabal I Palms, Ficus and Banyan


Trees, a lovely fresh water lake and a finely built single-level 3-bedroom house,

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THE MAIN HOUSE 1625 sq. feet with three SERVANT QUARTERS: 400 sq. ft. efficiency apart- .i

large bedrooms, two full baths, oversize living ment style with living-bedroom combination,

room with a handsome stone fireplace comfortable bath screened porch.
For a delicious breakfast, lunch, er sandwich try The Moorings Country

Florida room utility room, a 376 sq. ft Club restaurant. Under the management of Eddie Durno, youll enjoy the

open terrace overlooking grounds and lake fail service, pleasant surroundings and atmosphere. It's open from 8 '.m.
and the beach beyond Complete kitchen
GROUNDS ft. 400 ft. to S p.m.
equipped with built-in GE stove oven dishwasher 340 frontage extending
from First Street to the Gulf of Mexico. Com
disposal unit, automatic laundry, etc for dinner and other occasions be
Arrangements parties special
with lush natural trees may
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The frame with natural Tank
house Is Cypress,
made Mr. Durno MI 25296.
fresh lake by calling ,
lawn
Interior is treated with vertical Antique Cypress shrubs and lovely water two
separate deep wells and sprinkler systems (north
paneling and has Oak flooring throughout. As.
seawall The golf course is in excellent condition, greens fees and electric or
half and south half of property), and
bestos shingle roof, wood awning-type windows, pull cart rentals moil reasonable. Pro Bill McDevitt invites you to 1 look over

central heating and air conditioning his stock of fine golf equipment, clothing and accessories. I:


STUDIO COTTAGE: 802 sq ft, Large double TERMS: This pro-
bedroom, bath living room with stone fireplace be purchased AS a complete parcel or will be enjoy this sporty layout so much youll want to return again and againl

kitchen and dinette combination screened front sold as two cparate estates: (m I) 170 ft frontage .

porch and a 259 sq. ft. open terrace overlookingthe 400' depth with Main House and Studio I

lake, grounds and beach Same durable construction Cottage ((2)) 170 ft frontage, 400 depth with

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greatest earthquake Fishing fleets, industry, rails and thousands private homes- -60 per cent of the slate's
developed worth-were left In wreckage Toll was 111I Tremors rocked West coast cities southward as far I
IAfl as northern California and huge 'quake-spawned tidal' woes pounded across the Pacific to damage Hawaii.'

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after finishing out the term of the assassinated John F Kennedy Johnson defeated Sen. Barry
I needed to win)) and reaping 81 per cent of the votes cast. Yw
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not retire but he was tossed out of office unceremoniously and replaced
I by two "pals, Leonid Brezhnev, here besto.-Inlilero Medal upon Mr.. K, 111RANGFK
as the Communist party's chief, and Aleksel Kosygln as the new premier I,,> h.J;

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from (
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THIS MUSHROOM CLOUD, the result of Red remarkable reconnaissance mission, Ranger's cameras sent bark to
of her first atom bomb, made Impact on the moon. la hlstory'i most
China's explosion surface. right the greatest breakthrough In lunar atron
of the crater pocked moon
earth 4,311 I
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club," strengthened ber voice In world affaln. omy since the days, more than :300 years ago

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with civil strife and shaky Saigon( governments led to a steady ,
of the war In South Viet Nam Here, the Reds destroyed or damaged
27 U. S. planes In a mortar attack on a supposedly secret Viet air base YEAH, YEAH, the land of fads came up with a beaut Ileatlcmanla
_.__ -_ _" 11 -a. four mop-haired English l lads 'invaded' the United States with their r e
"; version of rock 'n' roll a beat which converted the nation's teenagers late q +
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, efluiTTooling ta spite of a civil nhls:
Pope Pal \1, right confers ea his WsUrk boar of the Holy ....d. the atrocity slaying of hundreds white hostages by leftist rebels holding City. Tfcree hlU freedom workers were slain.. In MUslislppL Picket eves I
I of Constantinople during e.Ji-g Ule 00earld of the the !itIDle DIe area before they could be rescued by Belgian sky troops., before lalsphere at the opealnf of New torkt gllltertnjt Worlds Fair,
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6B COUIM COUNTY NEWS FU, Sunday, December* V, IV64
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I : refused to 'lava a 6t Augustine 'HI tr 000 in Juno, this man jumped In and later told of fore of Hurricane Dora which struck Jackson, who had supplied the government troop with false information about movement of the VietCong
I cleared them out, All were arrested The cvl, ,I rights movement continued during the year villa Beach, Fla. In September with punch of a heavyweight guerrlllai In the area The farmer was hit repeatedly with the handle of the knife


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Leonid I I. Brezhnev &7. I.I the
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SCAMPER TO SAFETY Men ran clear of Communiit. Party, the top poet A CONGO CAPTIVE I A lone rebel army leader la tarried off after hi* captureby RID I I N HIGH I President, Lyndon B. Johnson
falling\ eectlone of wall of flveatory building In Anchorage, ,In Russian hierarchy following government troop during a November roundup In Klndu, The Congo Whit hostages whoops it up on his Texas ranch as hs chases < heifer the
Alaska! In March where earthquake ,left city In rubble. October ouster of Khruehchev, war massacred by rebel' force a* the Internecine warfare continued In the African nation day after he won a andslld victory ,n the national election.

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civil rightists from aubway train neat WIld' Fair site William II and Susan_ II break down In lean at their father loeea the "Nehru" who had led the na Paul VI and Creek Orthodox Patr arch 'Athenagu meet ,nJerusalem r
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wht in the Congo annul survive crease their Invni i'rnp/il i h" I''
Tie ,," ',mi .'k I\\I' II I lie regardless of who runs It, Congo the Unlt<>,) Lutes ls ?,,,
<. .ill*' I "lilt' inei I' w.1 in h"s I' I to Increase 'its
ixed The i evolution bet'a me heavy pected 1"11I11111
With Inconaruous tie ('tt s ,tt>.ime,I. lIP tltal with uiubnrsome Communist meat The" "hoe1r'e.. n
r,1' ono.'" red the Hnl'uau.lnlelI I<'' 1
i slogans: specially ts Chineseweapons name of the game\ is Viol N 'II .
.... i .in al ,ift U HVP tl.,' ", "t" ,',,, and showed Meanwhile, n ,,>i,,>fll'( ,,'
By SAUL pm mane) up.
kp Special Correspondent space Last August the arm)' the deserters simply put on of BelgUns and I it her Euro ol SI ,1 IiI tile, .1'1 i' i 111\ i a Usi I' But few iwople think anv i,.,allileoloffv black man asks latinii, ,ill
pOLDVILLE The commandeered the home of the their national uniforms again peans. 'real' ,'d.i to tlf total< .1 l r Is Involved. In IU k aboUt "tntellujen I'' pills ono\,
Conco Foreign woiks In uproar and the I ii h<1"1 the will this ,I ,, ,
Overhaul Ministry For several and demanded and received The Congolese who Africa, i Ivll warn m fought "when mdepeuis a'
)_p* by toward ,places a Jetliner more days while no one could find or retroactive pay for their desertion the city as i 111.11111.11.I'I <'J'er, a. Mneri,'an S.hosstes, tin ''I I ISt i ( between those 01, u". i ,vein ..nd," and the bU' k .alt' I" II .

unttt In tint and (pace. contact It, the Foreign Mlnistn time. houseboen IK iumt 4,000( "'m'eh to be lost tint e.' I lira meat pa\roll and 1 I h,,.a'i,, i t. I It. mud hut seeks t 11" 1 lieyl 1 aI 1 1 'In

9109. a bUck woman the Republic of the Congo The fighting qualities of the hams a moi tl', uhlt I h it HIP Ills ir, Ksm :mi 1'\111.1. \ tie is said about 'trio it's ''l i 1..1''ti.cal worlds with het i '""aJid.I\ I "
from consisted of three truckloads of Congolese army says the official ate nl i ,\rtunse i* tiiui" II' vnoiig t then' s, I a.' II'' prottrims. her witch ,alasfu'a 11'1" "
a mud
hut
rhea a
wrapped around her back, furniture searching for a placeto American officer range from about $26 but u, tu in?, rt' teills. illS, ,kt\i nu u1,' tea?' Earth this year Chu,In)"lie finds neither.

,lit erf laundry balanced light "px to Impossible" Early In tlce black mukfi. is only> about Bittls, uilitin 1.1"I"' t '111 i Obelise, the roller leader
on
head, a facial cut coveredan At a recent Cabinet meeting, the rebellion, the rebels were :16. At 4,000 Ir.l1\f I \ s .i month, he down nu imitinitis, .ant n\"' showed UI'1 t the American Emboss >f
antiseptic bandage and a a minister was telling about his fighting only with spears, ma. is earning twit t' what he did one pi 'i>'stt>1 then I ) In Leopoldvlllp. He drew M1fli: (

h doctor's dirty charm trip to New York He told of a rhetes and arrows Against such before Indepen,lei,", e. Out In the All "lit In the Ct IIKO, their f tIlIT ,ut a letter asking till financial
heavy rain one morning in Man.opposition one army column bush, the small i '''it" lese (ami. were t unw'' seeds "f lebelh i, .
n i the road, a black man in support Glancing at It an eminssy
a hattan, when cabs were scarce armed with rifles turned and er now gets six li! i l.', s, instead siawnt I I I..,\ the pollltial "I i 11111., I ofHilal told him; there
burg roar by in a Mer. traffic was heavy and a journey for kilo shop' I''' ,listlluMon of ,>,nlence A
let. He it a Cabinet member ran ao fast It left its commander of three, i 'I't x'jmits.; iiuloi Glani 'ing at II, .in em. _
of
se sole prior administrative, 700 yards required 40 1 to be killed while trying to catch But the bust '.II mel and the t I'a. .lnd.11 grift and I tilsoider. basofflt lal told him there _
|'
minutes. "Really, due to the the last truck. city worker non l .t\oto i pay 500 11Ie i recalls began as
be
arience was a brief tenure roust some mistake; this let
i postal clerk mud? asked another minister When Stanleyville, the second francs for the same shirt that small s, altered movementswith ter was addressed to the Soviet
When Klndu was recaptured city of the Congo with a papula. used to cost 50. H' i utts armed onh with
he car roll toward the tall, from the rebels in November SK.IIT .. !.:tot'''Pt' ambassador Obenye quickly
mathetes
of Uon of $00,000 fell to the rebels Boulevard Albert in Leopold. spears, and arrow. replaced It with a note for the
SlY building LeopoldviUein the minister of the interior vllle ls But tin, I on this soldier ntU ciulik's
last August, the total attacking now i named! the Boulevard were hopped up on American ambassador.The .
| Incongruously from the decided to Inspect that war hemp md emboldened him to see' in the dark It
of
force was 100 men in six trucks. the 30th of June, the Independence by t United Stales supportsthe
tala muddy river packedh zone. He took an entourage of IS Other towns have fallen as the date But where "magi their 1 leaders, told them pick up faint Hunt pmiliu Tshombe central
crocodiles. This is the capl.al with their wives and the whole would hs' stars moon or aka glow government
result of a single telephone call. there used to he flower and ""Ithelll immune to an the beet available with
a country torn by civil group set off in a chartered bullets. The and intensifies' it thousand
The rebel simply phoned ahead grass, there are now veeds. The nation army about $!W million in aid a year,
r plane land: with champagne and said they were coming. The few outdoor cafes that remain'caved in and 1 the lebelllonsireait of times to proiiiue a vi iblo most of It in agricultural sun
Mtslde the city there is '
sup. At Klndu, the government officials hill It the first of a fain B
to be an armed roadblock defending government troops are populated with more blacks II the rapture! IIf goveinme image s plus. The United Nations still
out watched eight captured fled or got out of their uniforms now but the attests reek with t rifles and t .uitomallrwcapoi fly of such night Mtuing: has here u technical assistance
infiltrator
keep it is now enemy after five o'cock rebel leaders beaten up. Then, and pined the welcomers the stench ot un< ollei ted gai .. dances developed hI' s tone o( 2.000 hurrying to teach \Vith careful pn'pai .,ill I'"'

there Is no roadblock. The thoroughly trussed and bleed- On a few occasions, the army bags and worse. Filial peels off bl the Hf' )ress, burole| And \rm>' Engineer at Kt 1 Bil\ the Congoieee government me a man tan '111\ IH' on Mar
have home log, the prisoner were packedoff has stood and fought weU, but many of the modem building Amerlt were sho<'kett to learn xoir Va chanlcal skills. More Congolese Ho woulil null, a prtssut '
dries asjr
gone to the plane, left writhing on these were the exceptions. Gen Those who can afford 1 It line up about 100 whites won, killed are receiving a university ed- null with 11'n Cqulpnlcn'and i"
and Sun.
Saturdays
do
on
day it rains the floor while the official party rally their appetite for battle for beer or soft drinks carrying Little irtentloti was Riven Ihe'' oration here and abroad. Army a 111'11111'1 to presa'na ,
I or any returned In triumph to the capl. Whole their own bottles because the fact thit thousand of t ft' I I" ,
hovers near aero. companies Congolese and muddy river. Many wen officers are being trained in adequate| rt' 1.11
thin the city at the bar of a
staurant a handsome blond tal sipping champagne from still are known to mutiny shortage is great. Kids roam the had |t-rUhed. Tie minimum tortured, disemboweled, ('annahilied Belgium and Israel The one brvathiiiK I 11111 he u n u I ,f

from South Africa paper cups when they don't like an order streets begging for money or I estlMat one hears is 20,000. their stomachs silt open t hope of the Congo, In the minds find it a imonotoMiiiisI<> inertil 1\1',1 a ,
iung man Like primitive art, craft in the When Tshombe took over the selling stolen cigarettes. theunemployed 'Others think the rebuM hive I gasoline |H>ur ,d In and Ignited. of Western diplomats, is that It l I\ I n i f.1 r III I
with the fat Belgian '
cusses the of : Congo avoids subtle abstrac.tlons government la July, he toured stand idle and sullen slaufhteioti more 11.11I: 100,000 Fill ""h"'u..o it'. IIth", rebetls .' can learn to govern Itself before aspect Hal dry soil\ a' 1,1
-ward possibility re.
fresh Last spring, the 12 ministers the provinces trying to rally on street coo tiers while I I fellow\"K(1It1! moat, IK>"lies |'>, lilh n'lului,I kit htlIg' Con. revolt splits It Into Irreparable the el',' ran set and 1 .
wing some oysters casually voted fur them support for national unity At black members of the Salvu yet to b.. found In rim ill< k Imsl" \ i:,0))It.sd inti'llt'-mils,". tluisi I parts. arty blue; ,ski ahou
down from Paris
flown
ins selves two years advance "..v. Stanleyville, the army planned tlon Army sing: stout songs ofhone.
II young man has a whole erance pay" of 19 million francs a big reception with Its equlva. There ls little hope In the -- -

,me look of Innocence, much (about $126,000). Before they lent of a 11-gun salute Not hav. Congo. Ati... ate tp..i.l Master I
e a student. But after a few were finally fired, the ministers Ing the artillery, they countedon Congolese haven known to CHiCK and DOUBLE CHiCK CIeM'.I" tai ........, ., less' AM
n., he will tell about the also had pocketed 56 million hand grenades to make the approach white leather and OFFICE 'in Hi* S'bit Iclicel *f III*
ache he has killed and the francs (about $360,000)) Intended
noise. But the sol. ask for their "Intelligence
necessary DUNBARSliifl
el he has blown. He li a 20th for police and teachers who SUPPLIES GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH
dler got so Interested In the pills. With these, they are con. f\J\
ntlll'1 mercenary In a world went unpaid for months.
winced they too could own a '
tossed lilt. me
festivities they grenadestoo lIuntln Tl'I"\\\ < "
foot in the forest prl. MODkKN HniIOLiS BELIEFS COMPAKE1)
th one From May to October, there casually and too close III ear and house. Others have ifi i gift.' ,11I1..1 I I I"hll'LI ;
eval and the other on the was a nationwide strike of Euro. PI WITH Fl'NII.HU''TAI.' CHRISTIAN DiXTTRlNES"
confusion been reported asking .I l
the exploding : ,'" "n M"""
amp of a Jetliner. teachers. Many had not been "When will this Inde :: !
didn't know whether
Tahombe peanst : l KM1 NKi it 1\uI lit. if Ire
1 F
is Ntd IITi| I VI
American the Congo |
To an paid for two years The central he was being welcomed or at. pendence end?" "' |1''
inplausible farce gone ber. government had sent the money tacked The bewilderment ,it l JlH te. VMi HI S I AI I s .1'HFN:I TKOMI'I I Mormni Wor.hi" I' II M A M

ark with blood and tears, a but it never reached the teach Student of the Congo agree pendence Is endless. On'e l till' HI t'l! l\ I MM I( .,tH: \ U t "' *.:059: .ullford Head and I't. 8 41OH
iragedy played by the Marx era Estimates of this embezzlement Congolese were told I that wl en, '.,-, iih \\tn\i "I' OH
mothers, an overwhelming tan. range from $40 million to that have four meant years only of grim Independence Irony to the white man .us driven Mil ..,.,. .. ,n"", ..IIh ... ,I. .''nr.. |I"' Mile East of Th teunly teurtlie M

ke of compressed time, internal $50 million the average Congolese Patrice they would have a black heaven ---------..-----.. .. _
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Uiaos, riotous Ineptitude and The police In Leopoldville, Lumumba and other politicians on earth. Now they are being: ...
Shocking genocide. And all of Its who wear fancy combat helmets had told them they would Inher. told they cannot get along without ".

twisted into further shape. and seem to drop whistles from It the white man's world his the white man to teach them

assness by the push and pull of every pocket, salute and shake car, his home, his shop They the mysteries of .eU-rovern.
world politics.The hands first before they shake haven't. Only the 50,000 Congo ment and the technical skills
spectre of another VietNam you down. This was the greeting lese who have replaced the Bel. demanded of 20th century life. oCoriiaII.Fvifcd

hovers over the Congo given a recent English visitor glans on the government pay. In. the beginning, there were y.
rith the Red Chinese aiding the who happened to park his car rolls are doing better In the the army mutinies and a wave ,

ebels and the United States near a noparklng sign. Congo, as elsewhere in black of looting, murder and rape.

lupporting the central govern The cop suggested very courteously Africa, they form: the new African Some of the victims were white
ratnt that they drive off to the aristocracy. They moved but most were black The whites
But basically the tragedy of visitor's hotel Th.r.,the police. into the big colonial houses on fled by the thousand, leaving Richards Roofing Service /o oiIllc"II/'c C Isurcfgo

the Congo remains the tragedy man flipped through his book the river They drive the big the doors of their home open, PIMM Ml' !.... "'I*.**
| >f a people who became inde. and calculated: the Briton was cars They eat In the few good their tars at the airports. Bel- --

cadent without any prepara. guilty of three violations. One, remaining restaurants glen troops came flying back to Son hlne Hardware .
ion In a world that gave It no he parked in a no-parking area. For the rest, independencehas protect Belgians etUI here, and "Veut C** I.M Mr..or* *!.*.
[time to learn to govern itself. Two, he failed to observe the non meant fewer Jobs, fewer the United Nations erupted U: Ml ttk Are .* [ Chocc

Independence came four years parking sign. Three, he dlso. goods, fewer medical facilities, an uproar over the spectre of oiir.
:ago, suddenly. It was like leav.ng bayed the KH>arklng sign That, galloping Inflation, a declining tenarning'eolonililfm. The U.N. ',Naples Rexell Store 4
a big house to untamed chll- said the cop flipping through his Congolese franc that Is worth.les sent In a peace-keeping force *M MM *".. **

ken without a baby-sitter, with book, totals 2,000 francs in fine*. outside the country, public and the Belgian troop left and

ill the burners going In the The visitor paid The cop apolo. services and raods ruined by for more then two years the The Bank of Naples These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church
oven, and the meat knives on glzed that h* was unable to fur. neglect Ineptitude and revolu UJN. fought the secession move. Orewl wluM N::1-l I INr'end

the table and the car keys with. nlsh a receipt and backed out of tion. menled by Molse Tshombe In CeMiw M.cew5p mb.r P D I < aid Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES.
in easy reach. Chaos was Inevi the room saluting all the way. In four years, the non-Congo the rich province of Katanga

table No one, nut even its com. lese population has dropped| Thousands were killed and mostof Hartley Variety Store

The problems of I960 remainthe mander in chief, can tell the from about 200,000 to 4,000. them were beck Finally.Tshombe laid *4 each Slyest l..saBober
problems of 1964. A country actual size of the national Con. Those who remain still control waS: defeated

more than one4hird the site of golese army within 10 per cent, the economy. The shops and driven Into luxurious exile In Paltry Shop

the United States, with a pop. says an American military es. small businesses are still owned Spain. But suddenly last July III ttft M. N*. Ml ItMl
illation of IS million, still has no pert. Why? Because a local gar. by the Portuguese, the Creeks he was back, at the request of ..Press Sik.4 OoWf Div ,
sense of being a nation no urge rlson force may exist only on and IndUns. The richest i part of the central government he once

toward unity, no central; govern paper while its commander the economy, the giant <'!JI)'>lr. opposed and whir h now seemed Naples Federal' Saving /e

went or army that can function pockets the payroll. Also, many mining omblnes like Union coming apart Hi ivll war. and Loan Association

without foreign help It Is still soldiers have deserted at var. Mlnlere, the big palm nil, rubber Tshombe was nu* l ininler 1M 11II A..... te.ssisu'
[plagued by ancient tribalism, lous times to the rebels When and )tree plantations, are because It wan UIIuKlit 'Iw was

with dozens of different Ian. the government troops returned, still profitable, still in the hand the only man win, u1 kill and Jim'i Sunoco

[wages, dialects and feuds LNM.oe irHlM4 M.'''...
lus, on one SO&mlle stretch of Ml" 1411* erf MlWt ......- rte
railroad, the train crew must be eve lump rt

hanged seven times. Crews of I
len tribes would be butchered.The Naples Coin Laundry

Congo became Independ. sees QUCMI W" .."... a a.ti
lent *,( *>T ""<..*
after 80 frequently
years t Map II" 4 W"...... Slv/ ,
harsh and always profitablerule w f 0_. 54N.01 N ........
by the Belgians, It became
W M..rr 0..... !
independent at a time when it At

had not a single Congolese col. Naples' Furniture CoM v

legs graduate, not one Conga .* *.. T...).ml T..H J
I.l *e doctor or lawyer engineeror r

military officer or single Individual 86 Builder* Spe< ialtiei I..!
trained for govern free Mm Ml' I.iNS
mint Now, four years later it w I" tmH Owr. Su.Hfl H.<..
has a handful of these, still onlya '' id.f. MUMVM O.,'., i' Kit ,I) .selCx

handful, and the results are
frequently Incredible slapstick,, lamplighter Cafeteria > S 1

Thus, Mots Tshombe, a rela. ,-.ewe U .. .l S.. I 1.0

lively educated Congolese whole /U,

now prime minister of a court
C A. Anderson
try 80 times the size Belgium,
IM/.., 4 ....l,Mel
telephone
frequently Is Interrupted by ..
O .l '*
call. It may be a wrong :.:...:: I

number LeopoldvUle'S phone Paw MI urn p.e. *.. imMarathon
ytni Is chaotic Or it may be -N.Nw ,_. J '
his driver reporting a flat tire 1r -- trr

and what should he do about It? Dredging Corp

Or a telegram has Just reachedthe ..."... c-e...._ e.e..5 ./
foreign office and while It wf 0......_ I
MI last N..lse. ,_.
CIII be read no one seems to
know what to do with it The
Trail,
Builders SupplyCompany
Belgians gave many Congolese .
the equivalent of a lfth.gradI
J J
education but nothing more. \ ._ _!:._. ,1wtM '
Because of bureaucratic cone
fusion and red tape Tshombe West Coaft Furniture IlL THe TVAl cIASoNG

and his whole government were CeNMe la leeserew
in office four months before sea Ae, le ......... PM.

they got paid. And they were Charles R. l.BufICabinet :: :.M re6MV.1 IM e ..i. .. l.. ..." II.. JJ .t.r ..J. ./M ,,4. ... lLu (4w Ott
paid then only after the prime
minister himself lost Us pa. Shop ..ro.:4., : ,..,..., J.., ...Ll,.. ffNr ft....... ..__l..J

tlence, complained of the 0-... e.--ame f wrMlMre 11I_" ;:.. .. ': .. :: w't:: L I/.4./ _. .."- tA.JIJ, fJAI .N d. .-. '. -..,/ 4.J- ...J..
"clowns" around him, and Aoot.. a..e.dseme't'L1 .
tilled la the finance minister N- .. Ml P MM : .,::;' : :',;;.: (' _.. .4 "-. IN"..., ., 4 ..J ...J"U .f ,II .J .4S... tIu ,I.

with aa ultimatum to Issue paychecks Van Per Veer ,..., ." '... 0t4.. I..J... ". ....

During by noon or be fired reorganUuttonal Mutlc Center :.. :: ',, ::. ; ::.. 1j.IJ! ./ 14. I..r+, t ....-. ..w .. ...1 __.. I, .. '-'po .. ..,J....
a provincial
plan in 1M2. Equttenr arr -...m. --'s...., eN1VvmMeet 0--........ ....,.":'j':" ., ;'.:' ..' 11... -i -I '. 1. eM 8.J II II rL.J... pd "(. .-.

Tie Province leaders was of divided the three Into three.new i Mh St.MUWC M DIPSIM Ml' l Ut ,. .. :::... :': :':.:::. A.. ., ..I .....I, we aft ... "l "". 1.4 ./ ( ,.... .. _L -< '

Mates argued for days about a'1:3':: <_-.. _I ...., aJ. le d II t .A.lr le t d. l lmi
he division of public: records. : .... W
,. ..... ....... .
Ho es one suggested Baking' cop.atealral ..Irs.r ... .- ......., t. ,--....---........ pl.1w
or aeeptnc tbe ::
Welais & ..
place for all .. Naples Laundry r.aNr w.awr ?lea Pnd.. ta dr
Their ultimate eolations ODeprO'ftllc Cleaners. Inc Nesta. Leu. .....

:. would get the birtk ROSEATE SPOONBILL. one of Florida's rarest ...nlinkm* bird 55** IS ..... f M' r.. ,- I It'lloarago I If M

record*; a second, the marriage ran be area .in number union thi mmnirrox" <>" M Island and I .... i.. /.rvrs .......... t0 1B t tom'

records a third, the teeth files of T*" ',' newlopirent .
That lit only one Item le one of a single am u1aace. Corporation has set asides l a Imirr conservation area to )proUitnumemous

The stlaljten divided It, part shore and wading >birds in their natural habitat Mid will

*' part f"nd) This prntc,.tioti to th. *j'....tnhabitat\\ \\ a' 'I-\ lopntrnt work

LecpoloMUe suffers from a I hr'Krataea
tertage of govermeal office:



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F I r.' ftft COLLIER CCt( ,,I' NEWS ".pl.', FU, Sund.y, Dtc.mb.r Z7, 1964 .. ..t. it..' most common causes 01 t acci-
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i1i ; "" '.' dtnter.powerlllg and overloading .

i :< : \"Yi' : ., ':'itir! 't'I! ] 1:,' Tips OnBoating Naples From! your favorite reliable
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i: r;!1 : 1 HOW ACCIDENTS', ARE MADE g 80' USCGALong particular typo of boJ.you purpose wish. whether fur lour Hal.

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tx;: 'ilf.t'WJ..! CIRCUMSTANCES FATALITIES INJURIES { upon UK New boats and many horsepower remember that H important sue MId type of motoror
rf'a t I1I"proptr 85.2 a of us new to boating will be boat which makes 15 m p.h witha mot irs.
l'' ; \ \\I,, Driving 89.2 making an appearanceIt ?rte hp motor won't necessarily When >'">1'1''<' made your holie.
'I.t' fast 36.8 21,0Yd is i difficult problem for make 30 with a lr. bet. lake her for a trial spin, avid be
too
; tY Speed (the new boatman to choose from ter boats are designed I,n i certain sure she implies with Iwloral
; Drove left' of center 14.0 6.1 main brightly colored brochure speeds with certain power state ,out<1 l in, al boating laver
t tRiG advertisements will The Naples Fl.411la :IVPS' c inviting and the and to exceed that plan you
\ it failed to yield wide variety of boats and motors burn extra fuel and danger. busy Motprboat FxAJimati! ,-
right.o.way 12.7 18.9 displayed at marina and ever. ously overload the transom and they're free
increasing boat shows marinas dealers,
f Competent
Poised stop sign 3.6 3.1 :Ji" First of all. will you use your and others with experience are
overtaking 2.9 3.1 new boat for fishing family worth consulting, and reliable RENEW POURDRVYER'S _
Improper StOOl*-- Phis MHchaiHcal Ixast tan ( hew and load 1< i lIt at a tale of 4.500 culmai' skliu a .
beach obtained from
''Vt t cruising, picnics advice may be LICENSE "I'XIJN6 .
Disregarded signal 2.7 4.6 an hour Secret to the machine speed is a 00 foot diaiwtir spinning wheel, The machim divine, photography, or jus plain the Outboard Boating Club of
t LOURd1FN
lilt Mod Improper turn 1.7 3.7 towers 84 feet high and is mounted on crawler pads It is at work excavating for tit speed? Will it be used in Man America (ODC), Following their MlNTHThe'
San Lull Dim project in California water or salt water-In bays and limitations will help a\'old the two
Followed too closely 1.6 12,8a

% Other improper driving 9.2 12.9


Hod Been Drinking 13.1 8,6l

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Brakes and Lights 1.6 2.%

Inadequate brakes 1.1 1.1
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Inadequate lights 0.4 0.4

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What causes the mOlt traffic accidents? Speed? Drinking
This chart lists the driving tint. It shows conclusively that the
driver not the cards the chief culprit.

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Many Find Chrismas Joy




By Helping Other PeopleBy miracicj


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS would never see her again"
A rabbi doing the Job tor the "For the moment I am very
police chief. A couple married happy," laid Mr*. Ruka before
70 yean. Louie (Satchmo) Arm. she headed for Hartford, Conn.,
strong's Christmas tree in Tok. her new home. "But I am also
yo. A baby named Noel. Two very tired. I have been on the
colonels with bit hearts In way here for 20 days," j
South Viet Nam-ell of them Two Air Force colonel In
played a part In spreading the South Viet Nam who subbed for
joy and happiness of Christmas. two junior officer are Allison
The rabbi Philip H. Weln. Brooks, deputy commander of
berg tilled in as police chief of the Air Force's 2nd Division,
Reno, Nev., permitting the reg. and David T. Fleming com.
ular chief Elmer Brlacoe to mandlng officer of the 315th
spend Christmas with his faml. Troop Carrier Croup known a*
ly.Rabbi the "Air Commandos."
Weinberg enjoyed the They volunteered for a cap. .
work, saying it seemed fitting to tale and a lieutenant who nor. )e
do It "because of the new ecu. mall, would have been pilot
menlcal spirit" He hoped his and copilot on a combat ml*.
goodwill gesture would serve a* lion running through ChristmasEve
an example to other rabbis. and Christmas Day.
In Hartford Conn., 80 Jewish The two flew a C123 assault a # f,
volunteers took over menial cargo plane nicknamed "Linda"and
task at five hospitals, giving ran Into hot action when the A c
the day oft to Christian em. Viet Cong attacked an outpost r txe
ployes. 75 miles southwest of Saigon In tc,4 "
t The couple celebrating their the Mekong delta. For 45
I 70th wedding anniversary on the minutes the airmen launched
day after Christmas) are James flares as Vietnamese air force
I W. Thompson, (1, and Ms wife, fighter planes roared over to
Delis 83, of Louisville Ky. The bomb and strafe the attackers.
children brought present for a
party. yaw't elf kl e #, I
The Thompson are f a.m. It
risers usually retiring by 7 Went For ApplesFor ,
p.m., fUt not tonight .
"Our daughter Is coming by Dinner But \
to help us eat our wedding ,
cake said Mr. Thompson.
e .,
"Maybe our grandchild and Never Returned

greatgrandchild will be there, AP The
CUMMINQ Ca. ( ) N w
too. Rodgers and the Brown familiesleft
At the other end of the scale ,
hen stove
a cooking on a w
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Noel's
and set out for an orchard to get
first child was born Christmas ,
h
some apples to complete their i
Day In Long Beach, Calif. They Christmas dinner
named the baby girl weighing 9 The hen war never eaten.
pounds, 10 ounces, Christy Car.
Seven member of the two ,
ole. families died Christmas Day, .
Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong,
Their station wagon with John .
the American
Negro trumpeterwho E. Brown, 24, at the wheel, .
always seem to be smll. smashed through a guard rail, '. ,
Ing got an extra Christmas lilt
crashed down a 30-foot embank
from his wife, Luc lie, In Tokyo. ment and plunged Into Lake
K happen every yule season. Lanier."I r
Returning to nil hotel suite knew we were going too .
alter a week playing in outlying fast," said Billy Rodgers,20."If
Japanese cities Armstrong said I recall, I asked him to slowdown
to his wtfet ''I see you got the A tire gave way and went
Christmas going." spinning around. We hit the
His eyes lit up at a Christmastree guard rail and went over
In the front room. No mat. "That's the last I rememberuntil
ter where he Is. his wife brings I came to the top of the
i
the tree, a custom she started water. My wife was struggling, ,
22 year ago. That wa four and I started pulling her out;
month after they were mar. she can't swim"

rled. Mr*. Rodgers, 21, aid her
Christmas brought happiness daughter, Amanda Lee, 3, was
to Stefanlja Rukas, who also playing with a doll she had been
celebrated her !58th birthday. given tor Christmas just before
The Lithuanian woman was re. she died.
united In New York with her State Trooper H. O Pope said
husband and daughter after 2S Brown had been drinking. He
years. She had been Imprisoned and his wife, 24, were drowned.
by the Soviet secret police and Also killed were three of their A
spent IB years In Siberian labor children, Thomas, t; Brenda
camps. Sue, 4; and Joyce Ann, 1)) and
he look wonderful" said Billy Bradford Rodgers, 2. ,
the daughter, Nljole, 26. "There Coroner Craft on Brook said ,
were time when I thought I all the victim had drowned.


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