The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Warmly Greeted

Smith Sworn In qrnt 14 0 Nt\tt


As Circuit JudgeCity .,
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Judge and farmer County Smith's appointment tot judge. The Collier County Bar Asso. :.r. ItO
Attorney Harold Smith has been hip follows a census sumy elation bad requested the census I
appointed by Oov. Farris Bryant which showed the Utt JWBctel survey and recommended the appointment
seventb In the Ih of commission Julian o
as the Judge District was qualified popttte
Judicial District The appoint tlon.wlae. for another Judge The Clark son of Port Myers, ;s .1 ,#

ment was made yesterday, and survey was made by two east Gilbert Smith of Bradenion and I If
Attorney Smith was scheduled to coast research firms, under the Richard Coodlette of Naples were
be sworn In this afternoon at sponsorship of a C Mua Com the three members on the com ;
4 o'clock by Senior Circuit Judge lesion Appointed by Cov. mission
Lynn Gerald. RrvantCIIICUT Smith's interim appointmentmust
be confirmed by the state II
senate during the 1989 session )

A native of Arcadia, Smith
moved to Everglades after graduating .
from the University of
Florida Law School In 1948. He Pll I

served as county attorney until

196S .4 ; ,( I It
During the Korean conflict,
Smith served as an artillery

; officer and is presently a lieutenant "
f colonel In the reserves
In 19S3 he moved to Naples and ,"

organized the law firm of Smith (

and Carroll. He however, Is no p
longer t member of the firm now

known. Smith, Carroll Vega,
Brown and Nichols He was appointed

t Judge of the Naples Muni ...c
r clpal Court In 1953 .. .N
Smith holds a Master's Degree ,
In International affairs from .. '
w George Washington University 1
:1.11"r :
and recently finished a 10-month : y

course at the U, S. War College /,
Judge and Mrs Smith and son ,, .. ,, ', : JI

Harold Jr.. 14, live at Coconut ':} (, / j
Creek + ,;., '
The three-man census com .
mission, combining findings of
the Reinhold P. Wolff Economic 'A

Research In<'.. and the Richard
D. Ruth First Researrh Corp, ,
reported to Governor Bryant that / 9
the population count of the 12th .. errs +
Judicial Circuit was 329,960 -. '
e lrmr ..
Collier County, according to a /! '
report from the Bureau of EcOonomtc ,'
and Business Research of ti
the University of Florida, had a

!f population of 22,700 compared to su; f'i.0'y
a population of 20,800 In July

1963 The special census com ,
i n t
mission, did not list the population .
in 1Ic.of/ the eight counties .
of the 12th Judicial Circuit

in the report to Governor Bryant.

1 Of 3 Negroes

Arrested Here Has

The t .k Marijuana RecordJulius ,

Big Boon For Bean, alias Grover

Books, one of the three Negroes
arrested here last Monday after. 3 hW

'Cause Of Justice'The noon in a civilian arrest at the II t .,e ks
Four Corners in Naples, Is now "
on s two-year probationary per w .

appointment of City Judge sidem Judge In Collier Coumy for loci selling out of Dade marijuana County Chief Court of ...... ,"v ,+". rII ...""." ..., .rte

Harold S, Smith M the seventh had been a hardship for mem- .
Police Ben 8 Carulhers
Circuit Judge In the 12th Judicial bers of the 1 local 1 bar association ed today MONDAY IDYLL) ON TIIK UKAt'll Inhilf Naples -
District Is hilled as i great In their efforts to serve Another Big \\' visiting with her |>ar<'nt. at the llcnch Club, Foresee Cures

advancement In the cause of Justice the public. He printed to the Bean In company with Terry Karen \V'rouii of HloominKton, III, 'Iwnds) | a traiuiufl
by manyColllerCountlans. Inconvenience t caused clients Faye Haynes alias Terry Reese, hour amidst the lush of holiday fMtlvitk-o. .'..tcllnaclh. For Cancer In
and Pearl Pauline Walker alsoof Ahead
Gov, FarrU Bryant made the and attorneys having to driveto Holiday gull, both Karen and the noarlnir blida are e
Miami were suspected byMal'
appointment yesterday and Fort Myeri for emergency Luke. meat departmenthead The New Year weekend will Rrftceful complement to M
Smith was to be sworn Into office legal papers, er having to wait and Charles Bishop, man. mark another long holiday with ( photo)

this afternoon in ceremonies for Judge t, appear In Na- ager of the Kwlk Chek Market most business firms and all MONTREAL CAp) Aa

scheduled for 4 o'clockIn plea shortly before closing time Monday banking Institutions closed American cancer specialist ::I

the courthouse. He s.ldi "Justice delayedIs night and the market men Friday, January 1, City and forecasts that final break I
Attorney Den Parks made Justice denied reciting a followed them out of the store county offices close at noon Supplies Airlifted To through toward controlling

the statement that it was "a familiar quote) They chased the trio by car on Thursday and will not re.ooen cancer by vaccines and mlraeu.
advancement In thecauseof to the PuMls Market, north on until Monday, January 4. low curative drugs will be

great Justice" for Collier Coun OTHER COMMENT! {Tie Trail,and when the trio turned The Post Office will be closed achieved "quicker than .well
around and went south on the Flooded Areas In West get to the mam' perhaps
tlans and others queried by "Most happy that a former New' Year's day but will be openfor
continued the out after 1070.
Trail they pur. business on the usual Sutur.
law received the
had partner
the NEWS similar reac ap-
suit, stopping them at the Four day morning sehwiule, Dr. J eob Cersho*-Cohen of
tions. pointment. It U s singular Corners SAN rRANCBCO tAP) villages west of Yra, Calif? Philadelphia said he based that
honor said Chris.Tal Market and the The Par We*'. "flood Parks said the lack of a re* E.G. "Toby" a near the Oregon border. prediction on his confidence that
Carroll who with Smith or- A delay of It hours was oc. Food Bank on the East Trail aand years" entered the recur The Red Crone and the Office by that limit

ganl/ed the original law firm cuioned In searching: the car, will remain open January I. but cry stage today as 11,000 home. of Emergency Planning en I. Final proof will have been
of Smith and Carroll. because of InablllUy of Chief other supermarkets will lie less families and hundreds ut nounced they hare begun fly established that many, if act
Caruthers to get prompt action closed riches farms and businesses overt of the disaster areas to
George VCM, assistant state most, cancera are caused: by
Weather Outlook attorney MM the appointment on search warrants Late Tues. Restaurantand hotels acre. dug out trim nature. |! day morning the warrants were Inn food will be open and pre. blow. 1HIIIf .. opment will have been mad
of the oa
Smith "will assist In
Mir and mild through Th.r.. prepared by arrangement with pared to serve family dinners l day. lau lonliM 1. toL a4m In Ljtrattea of Justice InCol- Assistant State Attorney Yep on New Year's day Most fill. the first '>Aside I,"'I supplies In worked bide civilian works. standing the structure of the

high Th.r.l.) ...a r Ml Wind tier County." Tom Brown,president and issued by County Judge Rio Ing stations will be coned New a week TiMSdik i I' the last f,,i ar, etfonded airlift ,>f rood, beat.' ore of all viruses spe.trie .
of the Collier County hard M. Stanley Armed with Year's day. known isjlated .-ket ?00 DciM
.. p me> livestock feed,
mu tl> nort h..t and earl I I* ': illy, the nurlele acids DMA
Bar Association, concurred these the trunk of the car was persona stiardwi' ijm'ieriig .tuthl..
IS milr hour. Outlook The Collier County News' will gasoUn and mall, and '(
par Mill, Vega. opened and 90 cartons. of cigar.dies be closed New Year's) day (ho
Friday fair and Mild. ""Delghted.: llleI Richard valued at 12 U were d.... edition that day, but will be

Goodlem who was a memberof covered, of which 17 cartons open as usual on Saturday preparing .
TIDESHi the Census Ctmmiltloll were Identified as having been the Sunday run
from the Kwtk Chek Mar.
whose work led to the appointment -
ket Also a pair of trousers
Urn of Smith. "The appoint Hartley label was
bailing #
..m, pet ant p m, mem was Justified and it fits, found believed to have been Alert Officer

l)r<. JO II:II >::13 t:1I 11: a long standing need In Collier taken from Hartl.,'. Variety
Nabs Pair ForLaundromat
lff. II 11)11 ISt: 1:UJan. County More JU.'J
t II2 JM 121Jas : "I've known Harold smith
Break #
said The trio told police they had
I \\tM: for 14 or IS years' M Idea bow the merchandise
larks, "and the governor*! Quick thinking on the part nf
Add oar hour \aplr Nay Bridi.' choice was a v:"d one. Smith eat Into their ear Police officer George Dampierled

AM one .beer fur Man" will make aw," Je"fu Judge to the arrest early thism9r ,
.lg of Gerald Kills Butler
OOOGOOOOOOOOOOOONEWS ZO and Thomas Bernard Darts z r ,

SI, bah of Dealing, Gs. for
Classified breaking Into a ooffee maklnfmachle

in an al..alghdlaudrodmet ,
Brings Results In the Kwtk Chek building !

rJV Dampier had seen the) pair
In A Rig\ Hurry!
U the laundromat earlier In the
evening and they had told him
:. Doot call ,*> this *4-. the
t thai they were hUcMilklnc
ar s been soldito
through '--. Dampier drove
fad. tile iwner sold the car
them down to the bus station
"tit* hour after the arm hU
and Mice that when they r*
the streets last Thursday Th*>
oa the bus they lot their
ad was supposed to have MIll
three coMecuUve times, but the tkkets wltb silver ConskiertncUls ,
lIam owner called and cancell suaptckMis, he returned
U the laundromat SMlitlsr/ ed the final two days The owner JL
reports he .had ".. lese than that the cota auealae ka 10 calls". broke tat*. He this followed w/
tile eeetb.bauM feu.overtotA and jj:
stoHMKl the tea and loot the
EXAMINTS LOOT Drtertit J.>m U ,nbr*>nnrtlu 0 aaa a ea.n caw esa Mir Into ;:-
is ten looking over near..t., \ ,'d at *-'H\ *hkh 'M....,..MS.,)..,ft. t ,e M_CajMIMSt JJ.JJS _

were m\trvd \,>st.>rda\ fro." ,t tar in uhirh three ::.= .. .. r..:= They admitted the tint and IMFFLKfT: ; : ; a I tile\ r untjr Audubon Society. Addiaon Wood left

Miami Nffrxm 'u ..r, airmfx ''at. U,,ti. tat Seven. Tee *.... .TktlRl t,UH also of attempting to break 0| CM IMS a soft drink ntdttoeel
teen cart"", a.-rat i the
from the K" Ik flick nark here. Th. people in ....**.M.M***.*>.*.. tfi MM u/M AwM then and Suds adLMOS was .t harmer member of Ducki Urvat -

the car swirl i f they had no idea bow the cifrts 5etSgt, Baas said 1111 ," 'I I 'dU; "n 'I' o t4k>.a an utivi interest Uthe conservation&

got thert (NEWS photo) ooooooooooeooooo this ......,. of duka o 'flue) '.lIld' ) (NE\\3 photoLAppointment

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COUNTY NEWS, N.plw. Fl.? Wd.. Dc-Ur JO, .W4 new and possibly violent plot .. ... . .. . .
was about to hatch.
Khanh and his general staff
continued conferring at the seaside Highlighting
resort of Cap St. J." qut snot
Viet Forces Retake Town far. from beleaguered mi,hNgnla W1tL

I U.s. Ambassador Maxwell i I'.
Taylor conferred with ( Mini The Local Week
Full Of Catholic Refugees Premier Tran Van Huong. N"
break appeared In the 11 d"i i

old deadlock. ,
SAIGON South Viet Nut Communist North Viet Nam, However, SecreUn of st",u- M k ** *. * * *
(AP) Government forces re. was occupied by the Viet Cong Dean Rusk was reporters I"t T'T.'T"TT'T"T'T'-o"
Dec. 5 but government forces have told President Jo in"is,,i" which
on a
raptured the district capital 01 nestown project has
Tuesday that the next few d,\I., <, d \ report from s special
them out.
Blnh NhU today but the VietCong been stymied by lack of COT.
In Vl.!tam: I', Census rornmltteesvbtnlttedtoci
A powerful Viet Cong unit may see steps '
captured two U.s. enlisted I fends
men and wiped out nearly two, overran Blnh NghU again Mon ward establishing a measure "d f \ tarns Bryant Indicated ruction e e e
companies of government day. Two government Ranger unity In the divided v troop companies tried to reenter the ment.In warranted !the appointment ofa Bonnie Carl Sweat. Immoka.
Two other UA soldiers memo town but were driven out. U.S. Washington, Sen. HI 11 hu, 'I I seventh judge In the 12th lee, wu killed in a tiff Mh
ben of the Special Forces, were helicopters poured in troops B. Russell, D-Ga. tulrnni "f i Judicial Circuit. The Gover- a trailer park neighbor.
killed Tuesday night In another Tuesday for the final assault.In the Senate Armed Servi PS nor is expected to act on me e e e
action SO miles north of Saigon a seething battle around Committee, said he wants t i P. before leaving office.. Area churches held specie
Their deaths brought to 241 the the town Tuesday 175 battl evaluation of the U.S. posit im" m report e e e Christmas services City) ana
number of Americans killed In hardened Vietnamese Rangerswere South Viet Nam.Informed firms County office and most business
combat since December 1961. pinned down by the VietCong sources in Seoul Crayton Cove business firms wereclosed chrwMS
Thirteen Americans now are This unit suffered at least said South Korea has decider) to held a ribbon-cutting ceremony -
misting. 24 killed and an unknown num. send about 1,200 army men and following the paving of Eighth ( Day. The NEWS was no
Six U.S. servicemen also were ber of wounded and missing. marines to South Viet Nam to Street, South whooping it up printed Christmas Day.
wounded In the thrw-day battle Many of the missing were serve a* technical Instructors. because "the wall" Is zone. e e e
for Blnh Nghla 40 miles east of seen being led off as captivesof There was no official coi.flrmatlon. the street is paved and business The LnmokaleJuniorChai
Saigon. Fighting still flickered the Viet Cong. Among them Is returning to the area ber of Commerce was organ/-!
Wednesday evening but the were two American advisers '1F.tIAID.DER: !: LIGHTS -\1\1"\ v ''IHII'" II" t\, 1'\ rig ptll- after wait. ed and chartered.
Viet Cong was believed to have In Saigon a number of offl. <>l FIOJ"lrl",1'1 I I' |II"| It- ,I"" pi,II 11'1'' I, 'I'' '.uh .111.\.\ a long e e e e e e
made Us final onslaught on the dais said they believed another Russell AsksReEvaluation I. .. I I'1', I i I I _I I X11, H "i. t I t II T \1'11",1-' ', The Naples-Fort Myers Kennel It was announced] that the

town.At. coup attempt was afoot. now pii si lit th'll nun ,shuu \\liu\ in \\ at, l'la"d I Itnlt .tt dltsh Club opened December 26 Marco Lodge a landmark said
the peak of the fighting Outwardly things appear ( .*, :1" |p.lIl.i ) undo thi (hiilhaiit, illuminm <,| ,"nt'I lOti, 000 II ,\tt1of at the Bonita oval. The dogs to be about 95 years old, M :
some 1,200 government troops peaceful as negotiations contln light during \\' 'rkl \\'I\'h"1\" i spinal "Sia-on <.f tit, 1.1Itht' 11.1\\ The Saturday be moved next week to GocxJ-
faced about the same number of ued on the dispute between U.S are running again
Communists making It one of authorities and Lt. Gen. Nguyen Of Viet Status through laminrx :list': night opening drew a record land Heights.

the largest engagements In Viet Khanh, the armed forces chief, crowd.
Nam In the past four years over military intervention In WASHINGTON (AP) Sen C e e
Three UJS. helicopters were, South Viet Name civilian gov. Richard B. Russell says he State Says Orange Bowl Queen Linda Garret; !
Ag Department
hot down Tuesday.The ernment. But there was wide wants a re-evaluation of the Egland was a visitor in Naples Funeral services for William
town, Jammed with 6,OOC spread fear, apparently based U.B position In South Viet Ham. the week. She hopes to
during of
Mark Garrett Everglades will
Roman Catholic refugees from I on Inside information that aran. The Senate Armed Services
return as a permanent resi be held at :s o'clock tomoi i 'nr
Committee which he heads will
saes. Outlook Favorable For 65 dent. afternoon In the chapel of than
examine the Viet Nam and Con. .
e e Richard A. Pittman Funeral
go situations early In the newsession
of Congress"I TALLAHASSEE (AP) The "Vegetable production made age and nursery plants will ex. Everglades Mayor Cecil Horns In Naples. Rev. Erie\ Wei.
thought we made a terrible State Department of Agriculture a good showing in 1964," he ceed $100 million by 197S Drake will head committee to donpast of the Everglades Bop.
mistake getting Involved in VietNam predicts a favorable outlook In said. "Favorable weather and "In 1963,"Conner.ald,"Flor. study ways to get the proposed tlst Church will conduct the
i will
Interment be
," the Georgia Democrat the agricultural development of progress in more orderly mar. Ida ranked 13th In cash Income Welcome vMnn built at Car- sevlces. i
said in an interview. Florida in 1&65.Commillionir. ketlng were contributing face from farm marketings. It is Naples Memorial Gardens
"I don't know just how we can Doyle Conner ton." probable that, when all the figures Visiting hours will be from
get out now, but the time la In his year statement on agrl. He said the outlook for cattle are in, we improved that 7 to 9 o'clock tonight at the
culture 1964 Is for not much change, with in 1964." Mental Health Pittman Funeral Home
about at hand when we must re. in and Us prospectsfor position
10 Years' Building Experience in Naples Pallbearers will be Al.
evaluate our position," Russell 1983, predicted the state's prices not expected to Improvenext He said Florida has a chanceto
said farm cash Income for 1064 could year. have the tartest year.to.yearrain Body To HonorE. fred Barnhill,Jim Whldden, m .v
"The past was one of ever recorded for the state Browning, Carlos Robinson Joe
Residential Alterations "We cannot support the total $1 billion or better year
present regime In Saigon unless He laid "the outlook for 1965, general culling and upgrading U the current increase of 23 per George Rogers Pike and Hallls Thompson
Commercial Remodeling they are able to attract popular while mixed, is generally favor In the cattle Industry. The national cent for the first nine months of
cycle of herd expansion E. George Rogers will be
support out in the rice paddles abler 1964 holds
and the villages. For this year, he said the clt. appears to be nearing an end. He cited labor shortages rising honored tomorrow by the Flor Wood I
"This has been very expensive rut crop scored a remarkable Florida's cattle population maybe taxes as some of the con. ida Division of the National As.
Alp In both manpower and recovery from the December somewhat lower In 1963." slant problems the Florida soclation for Mental \Health In a Mrs. Rose Wood,88, a winter
1l equipment It is costing us $1.5 1962 freeze, and that citrus Conner pointed out there would farmer will face next year. ceremony to be held In the of. visitor to Naples for the
million every day. A good many prices reached record highs probably be little Improvement But, he said, offsetting factors fine of Dr. Clyde Brothers, in past 10 years died last nightIn
478.6th St., S. Americans have lost their "It appears the Industry is In poultry, eggs and dairy will Include new scientific and the County Health Building. The Naples Community Hospital.
MI 2.2096 lives." well on the way again to the farms. technological developments, in. ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. She made her home at Vander.
a prefrecre crop of 154 million He said egg production In. creased mechanization Improv. Officers of the Collier\ County bllt Drive and !97th Avenue,
boxes," he said. "It Is expectedto creased so rapidly that Florida ed marketing techniques and Mental Health Association, In Naples Park.
reach a 200 million box level has reached the point of self ample credit. chare of arrangements, report. She is survived by one daugh.
by 197J." sufficiency. ed that Roy Hllberg a memberof ter, Mrs. Laura Appell of Naples,
U.S. 41 at 17tk Ave. Hi. Midway lull Conner said part of the rise In Although the number of dairy the State Beard of Mental three grandchildren and six great

The Naples. Showpl.ceCaribbean total farm cash Income could be farms was expected to declinein Health, will present the plaqueto grandchildren
attributed to an Increased sugar 1969, "the volume of florida. Krown Rogers citing him for outstanding Funeral services and Inter.
Industry. produced milk was due to rise voluntary work in the ment will be In SuccasunnaN.J.
GardensA The commissioner also cited because of Increases In product Tamlaml Trail Masonic fight against mental Illness and Local arrangements are being
vegetable production as a rea. tion per cow," he said. Lodge of Everglades will con the advancement of mental made through the Earl Hodges!
son for 1964 being a good agrl. Conner predicted the farm duct funeral services at 1 p.m. health. Funeral Chapel.

thirty acre tropical paradise where birds roam freely against cultural year cash value of cut flowers, foil tomorrow for Harry David

the magnificent backdrop of rare plants, trees and orchids. -. -- --- -- I Brown. 59. who died yesterday ..L,"'::;' :.A

Largest collection of rare, free.roaming waterfowl In this NAPLES service morning will at Marathon.be conducted TThe In -

country as well as native birds In their natural habitat Open FLY the Earl C. Hodges Funeral i.kc1

9 A.M to 6 P,M. Bring your camera MIAMI Chapel In Naples. Interment
will be In Naples Memorial

(I (:,(" MCHDUCK) (C' (('\ .I,: '( :: (! 1'tii1S(74ik i \ ) Year Round Daily Schedule Friends may call at the funeral N 1 1
Naples To Miami chapel from 7 to t p.m.
7.45AM. 11 :30 AM. 345PM.
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Miami Te Naples Uropsondf Sugar renews their
200,000 iMili tRio,,, till tmtlini heaps it the 903: : A.M. 2.15:1 P.M. 5:00: P.M. A dropsonde ii a small airborne burned-up
New Tirti Wifta'i Fair Mllllm kivt MM It i* TV. weather device used by
( Sae till irlflml M-Mlnuti stew kin ("oll"tlo"l.4 RrwrritloM (o mr roint Is the world the USAF air weather service.
This instrument Is dropped by
r rY Sham 10AM. tel '.M. NAPLES AIRLINES parachute from a plane and 0 0A
automatically takes readingsof
Come and have lunch at the Nss4n Airport Contour S Miaul AiroeetMl temperature air pressure

Pavilion before or after the )"" I 1.J4J4 NE 44111 and humidity. radioing the Information
City Ticket office Naples Travel Aitmtj 4 Carver back to the plane,



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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naples! "... Wee. Dc.",b.- 30 1964 3
Jaycee Wives

WLWa1t Party Golden Set Gate For for toilet ; W NII

; 0 lVIE
ed Invitations for the annual have Jaycee been recelv Wiv*. ::: :

ks2 1r New Year's Eve Party to beheld
this year at the Golden GUI
= Country Club.
"The Jeatera" will l play to
B> dancing beginning at Silo p.Band .
a buffet supper will be aarve .

Add to the long list of gay, festive parties formal attire will be worn M ..

the holiday social calendar two given by Col cording to Mrs George H. Mar
don president of the group.
Edward Venn. Their first party was Sunday, and 1 Mrs. Charlaa D. Crawford aM I

entertain again on January second Mrs. Richard 0. ItcMnbau art

Last night Mr. and Mrs. John Chickering aff.ui.serving as co-chairmen for MM.

to many of their friends for cocktails The
place at the Chlckerings' home on Fourth Avenue ) _
With their three children home for the Jackie's
Says ::
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Porter decided it was a

time to entertain. Their large party Is tonight 4w Style On Skis P"r

8, at the Elks' Club. The Porters' two "

teaching school, Mary Ann in Jacksonville, Above Average

Priscilla in Annapolis, Md. Bill Jr. is studying r
\SPE, Colo. (AP) Mrs.
ford in S. C.
College, Spartanburg,
i 10'1 i I Kennedy skis down the<
Tomorrow night Mr. and Mrs. Ralph deal powder anew on Buttermilk .
the 30 40 Mountain 111yl.. "a Ute -
having a dinner party. Among or
th.b...". average" for .i b a
be Guenthers' good friends, Mr and Mrs. banner, her instructor said today

Ammon of Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs ;

Purvis, of LaPorte Ind. Also Mr. and Mrs. Carl' ',:nTHFn 01 It l'r ", (t' ii' I ,.III., 1'.1' I, II 1I'i1llam [ ., ,'1'' "She's gut fine balance," --ale
Tim Carter an expert I..rlllnch.r
of Hammond, Ind. They arrived Monday, and h,11,, ,, i'' I, I" "'"."' .,,,1' tl. .' ",lag \I ...'" I 1'1'' I \ ," III' the art of skiing on the gently .

with the Ken Huffines until after New Yean. ( }, I\,\ I i I .I I ,, ,,,' I I" lit'' I,. l h t". 1i I \ I','., '' ., rising peak near hat ''I -llJa;

will also .. "I tho .111111"1 i \\ ".'11.111' I hill. lOMIMIIttOl i"I,I nil. v I 1"1 I \till chalet
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Harrison tee
Shp. 1"'P"11... th.it' SI ,ooii |hoe n'"' I h"" M ius-il l tin that "Mrs. Kennedy falls van sol
Year In at Guenthers'. They and Mr. and Mrs. with 'Intel,".ut t (t'Illh .,-Illug .lt.. "'Ittli'. lut.i. nl,t i.nus' S.ilr of dom, which shows tie) Dxpert}

McClannan went over to the east coast in canos was spoaihondod bv tho Jn.boonli. I nt,'not. ..IIHtI'r l ence u a "water Carter skier said and
plane for a few days this week. HMistintr ( XK\\S; : photo" ) "She war a little tired the first

Christmas Day the Harrisons entertained day, Sunday, but she's be1/II..

Clannans, W. W. McClannan Jr., a student at the tile adjusted to the altitude ,'13!
Gospel Baptists ft. and apars| a little ationgei
sity of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones. < Small Fry Part every da,."

Mrs. McClannan, who stay at the Golfing Plan Service On Mra Kennedy, with het chll.. C.AJL P v SON

to their home in Virginia Beach. dran Carolina, 7, and John Jr..
soon New Year's Eve 4, la slaying here I through Sun.

1964 BOWING OUT Most Oriental Capitals The Gospel 8111'11.t Church olN.l day.nedy,8.n..lect DN.Y, four Robert of hi.P children Ken.. Peterson CarlsonMr.

The last party of the 1964 season at the >l.. will\ hold a (]trlat.Lan and other Kennedys are In
Watch Service New Year'sEve
Faneufs' "Blue Shutters will be a formal DELHI India AP) er Is their patriotism. Nothing the holidaying party.Carpenters.
( Thursday, December 11, and Mrs R. W. reteison aluIaoai"e the engagement
tomorrow night, later shifting festivities to the an orange glow ov.r In Asia Japan's green-clad I to welcome the romlnc year, of their daughter,, Gall!, In. F.nAlCII Eric Carbon, son *
Ruins dead man; mountains, Bangkok's lovely Mr. and Mra. Elmer K Carlsoi irf Marquette, Mich.
Yacht Club. Faneufs' guests will include Vice seemed to temoles or India's ancient rulni
years Th services will start at I Rush Miss Peterami I. a Mil III" at I the Duke University
and Mrs. Herman Teetor Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. .. The great Rajapat ..can match Mllwaukea'a wiener
i.m.. with an hour lone prayer School or Nursing in 0111'11111"I""h Carolina Ensign
Jr., the Stuart Smiths, Mrs. F. M. Simonds Mr. In New Delhi wa schnitzel Hollywood's mov. service, to be followed by M Canaan a gradual 14 HIM Naval! t. "''''II'Y. is at present
with turbaned slkhs, ox las, or the latest American hit hour of special music: and test.Imony. To Finish ChurchAt stationed at the Naval Nuclear I'Maryland ''\ 8<'h.\1 l In tiaiiibrldge.
William G. Mr. and Mrs N. Osborne
Tracy riders tune.
bicycle .
The hour between 10 and The ulIlIl"NII.I. l I. VIM 1I11i1i sub the PvtarsimaNaples
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thompson, Mr. Ben figures movla( Most o( these kids become II pm will be taken up byi at their home on Pinter Pant Plain lair the holiday.
dusk. fluent In one or more foreignlanguagea of Ripley, Miss. The wedding la planned fair July, said will take place
his guests Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gaetz. Itinerant pad even the tough ones program guest speakers' .
an featuring Matts at the lion Evangelical Lutheran Church, In Tstoma: Park
: Wally pastor
The Gaetz and Mr. Merwin arrived hla buffalo horn like Japanese or Chin... But KIPLEY Miss. (AP) The"Chrlstmss Md.
Ontario Canada Mrs. Merwin is waa one of those rare they often refuse to speak them of Rueaell Park Bajitlat Church, Csrpenlers"hu ----_-.
Sudbury, of true mystique In because, aa one 7.year.old said, Fort Myers, Refreshment will Install windows
to lights
early in the week. "They arant American." be served from 11 to 11 Jot 5., today i-onU voting on area change, and a
before their
and a heater new
Others who will be at the Yacht Club for ," said a S.yearold. Dressing up In kimono or earl A chain of prayer will than be church houses Its first civil Welfare tfn im the United Fund Drive.
favors grandmother mall u. may be fun for parties but for offered up tor the coming year, Following the bualnesa meet
and dancing topped off with traditional from MUwau serious business, like going to and a Communion Service wll rights rally. Meet tog, a short film, "Shield Against
makers at midnight include Mr. and Mrs. school, most favored art bobby take place at midnight conclu.h nf The collage"carpenters"student -- are group re Group Want," will t tie presented The

frey, the Holland Salleys and Mr. and Mrs. E. was the spell broker sox, skirt and sweater, or sweatshirt the Watch Servlea. building a rural Negro church film reports on welfare services
Connell. 0"f voice of an irreverent and dungarees. All persons wishing to join which want up In flames last Next Tuesday for (the aged, stating four eaaehliMortee.
In the Orient the Children who attend the In thu aiwcUl. observance an October after a similar civilrights .
More planning to attend the Yacht Club small fry, those Invol. American International schools Invited to attend, and will be session."Tha The Naples Welfare Assorts All repraaentatlvea are urged

are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. .Fitkin, and W.iC, Fitkin < expatriates whose aow In. Tokyo .or New pjy tr \ roll mode Jdreee carbon time during the Be/views, ?>ltfffVi Dl rranql' Ford la'fhalTnllA
their any
baseball bats and cop. JaauwrlIc
is i here from New Orleans. Mr. anti Mrs, S. E. '!, I ly finished" said David Reed, lY.,1II..UPI, 'fMttll1." l Welfare Asso.rial .
of the
, have become part .t lean mate '''''0 ajo to public the4.setor said II, of Littleton, Mau., an Otwr if. p.m. at the Tlorlda 9! its.and
just back from Cleveland will be at the same capitals betweei school In Topeka or. Fort ttuixtay, January S, will\ be ob. Un student Ugtit, Kitchen l m.Thf .

will Mr. and Mrs. Morse B. Dial and Mr. and Mrs. Rawalpindi, Pakl Wayne. served as Family Day at the "The wlnd But they differ In other ways. Qoapal Bailt Church. Special and most of the electrical wi,. report from standing < Kazanjian.Mr. are the children ol School officials In New Delhi iwarda will given. to the olitoel log should be dime by tonight" election' of officer tho i l"I I Yt II1\I'
Wilson Jr. will be at who have In America aa and youngest mothara present
and Mrs. James B. businessman, dlplo taught he added. "There will be light.'' -
the it tilt aarvlca and to the tam. I I ._ m;:: I
foreign correspondents wall aa at foreign ports, say ,
table with their sondn-law and daughter, Mr. we hope there also will be
Tokyo's Glnza, Hon 119 kids In tilt high school gen.erally Ily with tilt moot members pr. "
Barrett Woodsmall. The Woodsmalls and their waterfront or New. hare higher !Q'. than lent In church that day. After heat.Ttte speaker Scheduled for the Thanks

Kathe and Jimmy, are here from Grosse Connaught Circle never their counterparts In America. tha morning worship aervlreIhoes rally la the same who visited thachurch
.. To them the my. More go on to collage and they In attendance are invited to all
And Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Weed will attend < In the pre-flre rallyrannla -
entrance to mart at the picnic ground
the Orient engen score higher on college Ian \lamer of KulavlUa.
with Mr. and Mrs. James lose. In the same older generations bj examinations, although math of Caribbean Oertlena lor a pit.ole A leader In (he Mississippi .u kind

be Mrs Lose's son-in-law and daughter Mr. Kipling and Joseph suffers because continuity of dinner and fellowship, Freedom Democratic party, aliaa

Thomas Hunter Armstrong of Pittsburgh. 1s rather funny. traveling Instruction the la klda broken do. by all the one nf three Negroes who hrjh ',ilnds.
these youngsters the
have filed claim lo seals In
After Mr. and Mrs. George Miller's America, the more all. Jet travel over vast expense El I Salvador Amigo JJ Ilimae of Representatives. It', been .
tomorrow night the group will adjourn for card they become The is a way of Wa with these The Freedom party mainly
live In Asia, the American klda Sends Christmas
at the A. A. Andersons' home. Besides the pur. But when they're alone, per. lion Negro of, Mlaslssippra la challenging while the alec rap: pleasure

Andersons there will be Gen. and Mrs. haps settling down for the night, Card To Reporter esentailvea on the ground that
Col. and Mrs. Frank Crittenden Mr. and Mrs. C. they dont talk about the new hay represent only me faction r to see
Among lilt
eights they've ...... many '
Murry, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Grint and Mr. and Mrs. They talk about how good tile received by NEWS raportr the lilt. cttltens allowed because lorue.
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Mr. and Mrs J. R. Horner are delighted lea cream war In Michigan or Sam England, ona prliedhlgh.1 w
until \ la from Amigo Ruben E. Nav.
how long It la next home
day visit with their son, Cmdr. W. R. Horner leave, that wonderful trek back iratta of B Salrsdur.Englaixl .

Mrs. Horner and their two children. Susan is a to the homeland every two or alt ha should browse OES

New Hampshire University, and Thomas attends clanaowsrlfniAr r.td... three yaara.Tell rough old files to re.'raih Cypress
memoriae. The flies show
in Arlington Va. I I'VP SI.PPI R hat young Navarette"' waa an a. Meets Jan. 7

Last week Mr. and Mrs. Richard Varty 'lien a la King Ua! YourFuuiritt Med ion of the Owan Otalla The regular monthly meeting
his short stay In .pl...
luring 4 the Cypress' Chafer No.
a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Long, withMclba Toast
"It would bebiterestlngtolaarnvat eat Order of the Casters Star
They were on the way from their home in Winter ., Green Artichoke Salad Hearts with ; ICt'dIK' how" much correspondentS will be held on Thursday, ",Uti.. NAPLES LIQUORS

vacation in the Keys. Punc* Pecan Cak, Have you a vary favorite re torn Naples B Salvador during wu the delivereda hoi Mays, iry il Ipm.7. at the Masonic Temple Four Corners

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% Nt\U -'i' :: : How Do We Ditch 'Kooks'?


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1964 \' Washing Cemp&ndent
S---"J Newspaper Enterprise& Assn.WASHINGTON.
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.Liked The Service Downtown" In all the clamor surrounding some the fight influential over Republican party menu
\ in nal (hairman problems-such as what to do
n thinking beyond to other

An editorial from the Key West Citi- pars in Melbourne aimed their major dis ,"'' l'i"s'' 'the kooks'I exclusively a concern of party mod

zen was published last week in the "Others approval) at window displays signs and ]lit.-I I has Manx never conservative been leaders grumbled pnvateh,

Say" column that appears each dayon landscaping Fifty-one per cent disliked 'I i ,I.u'. ,hut 1964 at. the anticsn attitudes themselves of right to "sn Ing 1*

this page. We found it of more than the window displays, 61 per cent objected ] f>lt groups/ and individuals attaching

passing interest because it concernedthe to landscaping, and 65 per cent I: 'II<'in I'11 tuldu of; 'these ater's leldPrs-a cause man closely involved In the Gold

parking problem in downtown Mel- disapproved of merchants' signs 1.11.1 t ,'ampaign-bt'he\es the party must soon act openly to

bourne, Florida, an East Coast resort community Generally speaking, The Citizen ',.I"'',x t the ringers lie considers .It a for vital the step 1966-68 in the cam re,

pointed out, the Melbourne Downtown ',eb, l utiiion. of the Republican image

Even though Melbourne is consider Merchants discovered the overall picturewas r / puent'
OK COURSE, favor meeting the
f .
ably larger than Naples (the Editor and brighter than expected the expert n h kook PVRTPROGRESSIVES.problenwith a head-on disavowal

Publisher Year Book gives Melbourne planners are preparing recommendations j The problem In part Is that the term "conser\atUe has

an estimated 1964 population of 14,978 for improvements in down become badly muddied In the last few years. Respectable,
the label Is theirs. Thtlart' |
and ) the parking problems town Melbourne. long-established Republican
Naples 6,500) little annoyed to find the ringers trying to
probably are very similar Thanks to a hard working volunteer .zi1(4 take more It for their a o"n.

In case you missed the editorial, here parking committee and a farsighted City / : flow then. do you separate respectable Republicans from
the goofy ones without
are some excerpts: Council that went along with the com those ho are not" lion do you attack

"The Downtown Melbourne (Fla) As- mittee's recommendations, plus cooperation ; seeming When Goldwater to strike at and the Burch regulars defending the ,,??'tenure'

sociation was convinced that parking on the part of several local citizens, / as chairman sax' they do not want to see conservatives hum.l. ,

problems tended to keep the majority of the Naples parking problem seems to be atcd it is not clear want ones Burch the removed are talking about Manyconservative
residents from shopping downtown. It solved for the next few years.

hired two planning experts to Investigate However, the Melbourne survey disclosed AT THE ROOT OF THIS DILEMMA: grumblings.a hard. unpleasantfact Goldwater

The result upset preconceivednotions. several points that should be of 1 / forces: Despite and other their conservative frequent private party regulars allowed the line

considerable interest to merchants and / A between themselves and the "kooks" to be badly blurred

"Through interviews and question- owners of commercial edifices in down- from! 1963 on
naires, the master planners discoveredthat town Naples. tt7e,1,1/ For conceivably one thing promising the ringers number represented of Goldwater an votes, There

26.5 per cent of people contactedvisit 1 1. Downtown areas, both here and : : was no disposition to cast these aside with blunt disavowalssuch

the downtown area daily, 32 per in other communities, are not likely to :tu.: ,; as were suggested by the moderates at San Francisco in

cent two or three times a week, 19 per become "ghost towns" as many seem to '::;l," July There. Is something else For all their. WHO gyrations u" me

cent at least once a week, and 22.5 per believe. As long as banks, post offices, fringe groups were performing one service' whose \alue

cent two or three times or more a month. clothing, hardware and drug stores, etc. The Best of BoyleBY peQpr'S might prate considerable They were striking hard Prcsl and.
often. In uninhibited language, at the \('ry targets-
wasn't considered big problemby continue to remain In downtown areas,
Parking a which the regular
In the dent Johnson and hU! Democratic part}-
these customers As a mater of fact, people will continue to go there. HAL BOYLENEW ronsertatlxes wanted to have battered.

a full 35 per cent said parking was no 2. "A majority of 76 per cent of per r news WHEN, AS I"OTALK STIRS about shaking off these
problem." sons interviewed said they liked the ser- YORK (AP) One of Abstain, so far as possible, embarrassing encumbrances the problem is two-fold; getting .
the reasons we don't have a bet. from jeering at women, subur. and stripping the party's
The disclosed that most peoplevisit vice they received downtown. This part rid of the "kooks" themselves
survey ter world Is that many people banites, after-dinner speakersand OLYMPIA Wash (AP) of the nonsense that has crept In during the time
the downtown area to do their bank of the Melbourne survey may well be don't see too much wrong with television comedians. Those Gov, Albert D Roselllnl ol argument permitted within party borders
the irregulars
ing business, Next major reasons were the answer to many problems being ex- the one we have.They form of life are in desperateneed Washington who was defeated For example, professional politicians simply laugh at the
lack the Imagination to of encouragement, not In November when he sought a that Gold."atn's .
to buy hardware, go to the Post Office, perienced by downtown areas In com- see how our present defective criticism third straight term, has been notion supposedly first generated somehow by the a ringers great triumph., But

buy clothing, drugs, receive medical care. munities throughout the country. Shoppers paradise can be Improved. Get at least five more mentioned as a possible presi. established 27 million consenatlxe totes were George Humphrey tried to sell that
of appreciate good service and will Actually, of course, a better hours of sleep at home each dent of the Motion Picture Association sale, )
A majority of 76 per cent persons Idea to his friend, (.en. Dwight Elsenhower (It was no
week and sleep five fewer of America.
world be achieved
can only by
Interviewed said they liked the service Ignore almost any problem, Includingthat making people better This hours on the job. Roselllnl, 54, a Democrat,, Sharpening a blurred line Is a tough political chore

they received downtown. This, we be- of parking, to avail themselves of It. means that each individual Shout any praise I have for said he wasn't seeking the S125,-
must resolve to do better. others, but only whisper anycomplaints 000-a-year job but was "Inter.
lieve Is a compliment Melbourne busi- 3. The landscaping of Fifth AvenueIs "
But many people are stumped I have about my ested in listening.
ness establishments should cherish. It an example Melbourne merchants when the annual season comes own woes. LONDON (AP) Ballerina The World TodayBy

goes far toward explaining why so many might do well to emulate. The land for making good resolutions. Now, paste this list of resolutions Nadia Nerlna's celebrated col.
in hat. If, by the end lection of ballet souvenirs was JAMES MARLOWE
They honestly can't see why, In
Melbourne residents continue to shop scaping should be extended west as Fifth their own cases, any are necessary. of 1965, you have kept even hall damaged by fire that swept Aitclitd.. Press Newt Analyst
downtown.To Avenue builds up in that direction.A of them, you will have done through her house in Mayfair
again quote the Key West Citizens recent survey In Wisconsin disclosed If this happens to be your more than create a better world Tuesday night WASHINGTON (AP) The In 1956 the General Assembly
plight, here Is a checklist of around you. Miss Nerina said her most l 11{-member United Nations 1* voted to send a U.N. peat.e
"The survey Included one Item which that a pattern Is developing there suggested resolutions to guide You will have won personal valued possession, a death mask doing business by pantomime keeping force into the Middle
was particularly pleasing for any newspaper which Is resulting In stores which need you immortality For your amazed of Russian dancer Anna Pavlo. n'. snarled in back dues, voting East to prevent trouble between
end we quote directly from the up to 100 or more parking spaces mov- I, Insert your own name, do friends mast certainly will have va was blackened but other. rights and face-saving. Arabs and Israelis In 1960 it
hereby resolve during 1969 to- erected a statue In your honor.BARBS wise undamaged. Three cos. The basic questions Doe. the sent a peacekeeping force into
Melbourne Times report: 'Newspaper advertising ing to the outskirts of the city. In turn, -Cease bearing false witness tunes worn by Vaslav Nljlnskj Soviet Union have a right to the Congo.

by downtown' merchants got a business offices and stores which require against my neighbor. After all, also were saved.BIRMINGHAM. vote in the General Assembly The Soviet Union opposed
big plug with 80 per cent of the interviews only from 5 to 10 parking spaces are I should be able to fix his little Ala (AP) untu it pays Us share of the both moves France opposed the
red the A Negro real estate executive,, UJI. peacekeeping costs? Congo action.
wagon Just by telling
approving such advertising as opposed finding it worthwhile to move back to truth about him. BY WALTER C. PARKES Wilbur M. Rollins, has been appointed The roots of the trouble go That's a rough sketch of the

to advertising over radio and television downtown buildings Really contribute as muchto Let's hope that Santa is to the Birmingham City back 14 years to 1950 when the background. The story gets a

and advertising of the downtown But the key to the matter seems to charity as I claim I do on my enjoying well-earned rest Planning CommissionThe Council approved North Korean Communists in. little technical now because Article .
City vaded South Korea It of the Charter
Income tax
return from his Christmas chores
facilities In general'Strangely be n they liked the service they Hollins' appointment Tuesday. The 11.member Security
Never tip Into a desirable even as we are enjoying our says: If a members falls behind
downtown received downtown." The vote was 5 for; 4 against. Council went iuto .,..Ion. Five for
enough, shop. parking place while the fellow well-earned rest from Santa. two years In what It owes
ahead of me Is trying' to back of these members are permanent toward U.N. expenses, It shall
Into It. Skiing it now Japan' : the United Sates, the So. have no vote in the assembly
------- Refrain from telling my largest participation sport IJ J47l Aa+tJ / R viet Union, Britain, France, Na. By the time the General As.
teenageshow much tougher life tionallst China. sembly began Us winter session
others say CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS was when I was a kid, since I WASHINGTONASSOCIATED Anyone of the five has the this year on Dee 1, the Soviet
know very well my father had a PRESS veto power to kill any severe Union was behind $52 million -
tougher life than both of us put action by the council. But just altogether 15 nations were be.
then, by a freak, the Soviet Un. hind
together. and so was France

Read at least one good nov. WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Ion The was council boycotting promptly the group.voted to which paid its share of Middle
el during the year that Isn't un. A, S. Mike Monroney of Oklaho. fight the Invasion with U.N East costs but not tho Congo
der attack as being pornogra. You don't often find such ma believes the race for the forces The Soviet Union re. The United States Insisted
phle. soaring success in anything assistant Senate Democratic<< turned, too late to undo this, and with approval by Congress, that
on the downgrade will end with his the Soviet should be
Make at least one human leadership own tried to be a bottleneck. Union
heart happier by carrying the selection as a compromise. Then the United States made to pay Its dues or be pre.
garbage out for my wife at least After all the rich winingand Monroney said in an Interview thought it time to shift some of vented from voting
once a month. dining I I of the holiday Monday the contest Is a close this absolute power away from The Amerlcan.Russlan show
Write a "To whom It may parties, plain pork and beans one among three senators the council. down, already delayed a month,
concern" letter of recommendation Mill seem an exotic delicacy. John 0. Pastore of Rhode Island proposed that the General will almost certainly now be
for eX'Premler (Khru Russell B, Long, of Loulsl. assembly, made up of all the delayed until some time In Jan.
shchev. A guy down on his luck Television commercial ana, and Monroney U.N. members and with no one uarytIn
at his age needs all the help he for 'interstate bus lines WASHINGTON (AP) The holding a veto, should be able to addition to the question of
can get In seeking a new job. urge people (10 take their State Department<< says investigation take action against an aggres. the voting right of a country
Limit my denunciations of "'.c "fe" tours If they'd, Is continuing Into the sor. that doesn't pay Its share of
the government and my con. Just wash the bus windows, reported Illegal export of two The vote was 52 to II, The U.N. costs, there's this unsettledone
sumption of martinis to no it might help too. American fighter planes to Haiti United Nations was a lot small.er toot Should the assemblyor
more than two a day. last September then. The five dissenterswere the council have the say over
? A. "m.N ", ,' A department spokesman de. the Soviet Union and the sending troops anywhere to
tm ,
nied Monday published reportsthat
Soviet bloc. keen the peace?
w it had persuaded author. .eeeeaaeeeeseee CS ee se .. .
ABATt n1 L lUll to drop the Inquiry In orderto
) I'I 'l ALCAAL avoid unveiling techniques of Chance
CnAMOg Remarkse'
the Central Intelligence Agency.
MODE GATT WASHINGTON (AP) The e. ee.ae.e .. *

ACROSS NAB R 0 G O FBI has asked police depart + Got the word this morning. The
I. Crave lt Route s A R'r h A N A r t meets to spell out the precise new Road Board member for
this dist
The ChrliUu S.IMIM Uwllor 6. CemurK 28 >*blrSO w l i [ 0 0 M C N nature of morals offenses
10 Medicinal Suid. NON against government employeswhen rict will be Chelsey Senerchia (hope
1 T
mint plant 31 fr Inan.t. submitting fingerprintcards that spelling is right ) of Miami.He
Resolving to Do BetterIt 11, Hue :S2J4 Keep.ui R [ L L Pt T M E L C E to the FBI's central print has a close and
14 For arch Girl n.llI< M Y N C C R R files trusted friend right

it more customary, and probably for the standards of yesterday's 1). Ontm.ilChrlMi 36andri u A M B 0 D C A S A bureau spokesman said here in Naples too.
in 37; Choir "I' C A M A T 0 i. Monday' the request merely nit.
A A + Doc
youth. Dave
saner, for an editorial page'to 16 Luugmg 40 Stl! r''''" erates a policy of long standing Palmer or Dick Cox
A t1 R L L A Mculkp
the future lies
make New Year'a resolution for Never to say milt D and has nothing to do with the either are mind-readers or have very

other ahead. 17 SMUI.II .l "\p|>cna.K, SOLUTION OF YISTKOAY PUZZU recent Walter Jenkins c.... sensitive ears. Monday morning sev-
people. Never to let candidates accept tau <,ft .I lul Jenkins resigned as an assistantto ,
"Let'a you and him resolve to office "with humble pride" or 1Ulathlcl 4.. Dove .7 Sit,IK''"' I HmJ"thclicri President Johnson after two eral Rexall coffee-clubbers were won-
do better." 20 Mat DOWN' womb l arrests on morals charge wire dering if the Gulf Coast TV tower
"proud humility. vatslmt 4) Store- IOn. hot" 4 D.II huiJ made public, HI* resignation could
Such ia our usual task. Never to use a long word whena 22 Wineu"L houMt "> Uy.ip.|>ct was asked by the President. pull in the Orange Bowl foot-

If we were to cast ourselves In short one will do, or a short word IS Sew 40 lane,, 1 Pns due 6 IAlII. bd WASHINGTON (AP) Per. ball game and if GCT would do it if
7 Skill
the seasonal role of two-headed when a long one ii necessary. rrrrrrrrrIO [ > One"u onal Income passed what Pres. they could.
Janus, all four eyes would be look. Never to "view with alarm" 9 U ldent Johnson called ".. hUrtor.le The answer came in yesterday'spaper
"note with pleasure" or "read with !milestone" in November ( and
II III IJ 11 fm u"u today's too ) Gulf Coast
for motes in someone else's.
log when It reached a seasonally
interest" 13 Petit
annual rate of IMS Ml.lion. is going to bring in the game or
Fortunately we have readers noticing Never to take an equivocal position ii liS IS FruA adjusted tear its
the beama in our own. What : )) SfM" "I' shirt trying. Who could
except with vigor. [IT 17 I'. 'T "M" The 3.1 bUlfcm rise put the ask for ?
might they tell ua to resolve for Never to take a definite stand ; FIleI.I.! level over toe 1500 billion mark anything more
1963 except with trepidation. / II ,,.; V .",= 22S: \'ll\&ucII for the first HSM.WASHINGTON + Nobody has nicer holiday edo'e"than

Never to criticize the President's Never to be intentionally self / (AP) A Bill and Emily Barrett. Even
driving without checking our own righteous l' LOSS 25 11 24 Muurd ,' shift from traditional Ust.minute with a stomach ache we enjoyed their
berftUtae Las beenafter
speedometer. Never to be unintentionally old [1' II 25 Setup proposed by a blu.rtbbon Tuesday
tr la ears fries soiree. (Now get this plumb
Never to question Prime Minister fashioned. Count an It-month study of
IJI iJl. JJ / IJ9 straight podnun! We had the stomach
Wilson's deficits until we can Never to be neutral except to // / Cabbage. cause of UborwBuujtmemstrife. ,
make our check stubs balance with both sides. rH at .ye 1>>' SS Gad ai war aohe BEFORE the party started. )

the statement from the bank. As we go over our mail it-ap 11 Iii', pew The MW styled berplatngM + We're sure glad San Colding

Never to cry "extremism" without pears that the list could be length I .1 14& 43 sa seats Nameg punt recommend would urrotve by the continuing tl-rla waited until after Christmas to send

being extremely sure. ened. But just in case we do not 44 i4S 39 Spar tUcvMtons between labor and out those tax forms Incidentally

Never to deplore the standardsof keep all these resolutions, we are 41 I Pattwi management instead of the trafttional he also sent out the Homestead Exemption -

today's youth without equal time holding out a few for next )'ear.Chltle" f of' fh 1/ 43 lute Loac--- often take beetle place bergaJainc when a CCIDottract that forms too. Don't fail to

Science Monitor far wire It A u _wean U about to 'JJIrl. send THAT ONE back -- and PDQ.




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OlllM COUNTY NEWS N.,'IM. Ns., Wed.. Deeembw 30, I9M 5

T.eleVlsJon .
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: Ividrd by station The Introducing
[NEWS assents DO rt>*-i n\ ,'\ srnuU LlWRY
[possibility tor ,
accuracy relwusl l 'lOKK ((AP) A 'Ol.' Your Deputies
league who recently moved to
the small commu.
the i lt\ from

(r[ WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 30 |f "er'r th.orth.t niu in which television'she grew up popular has a

da,tin'l! ils ale the modern
WTVJ.Mtami hous.wiii' -iitistitute for email
WLBW-Miowi ABC-CH. 10 4
hie and families living
town big
((5 ON CABLE) ((4 ON CABLE) ('lornlonlhftr..

6tOO Movk JlxWthr.to1t30)"AlUs ) 6:00 News, Sport She' mac he quit right. Those
the D ooft" 615 News Reakk 'noun 'us television families of
6:30 Nwa grandparents, parents, children,
( )
Bob EutwsDJsokCsriea, TrOO Death Val eylkks In.Uvn and COUSlnS .verylist
one with horrendous problem
7(30 Ota* and Harriet 7t30 mosey may very well serve Msubstitute
8iOO Patty Dok 8tOO My Living Doll 1'wA relatives to worry r
8:30 Shtoklg8i30 over and gossip about In I day
Shindig 130 Beverly HllibltlUj when families often are widely
iOO Mickey Tao Dick Van Dyke9t30 sepal,il.do
Burke's Law SjM Carl Wll lams The soap opera may be the
lOcOO Daney Kaye closet thing a woman has todayto
1030 News Report
11:00 News Weather the bygone back fence and 1
lOiSO Tops Sports k the tall tale that shuttled overIt.
lliOO New.Sports 11 iM Late Show ,

lltlS Wthr.. ABC News "Miss Tatlock's MLl11,30 M t M at K.-. "I II AIl!'I" ,I ''I t1iL' I I"' FII I ",t, I I The list was l lengthened by
Lea Crane (To 1)liOO ) lions"((1948))-Jon Lund tli I \i''ld hits l.I ,.' I 1'1, '" -.I II /., I I ':" ., \ I I'' 1 II another one Monday, and ABC'f l
Late Movie (to 2:30)) Wanda Hendrlx.liOO tlU, \\ ,. .i ," ((1Categories' 1/1'/ ', ''l I ./ I"" 0'' "o"jI "..I.m. In the Kind!" already
"Alias the Deacon" News En Esoano! hold treat promise for vleweri J
who do not nod "Peyton riace" rt '
((1940)) DennU O'Keefe. ,ter'
WINK.Ft. Myeri CBS-CH. 1 11 1 I enough on a twte-a\ .wek bull
WCKT-Mlam! NBC-CH. 7 (6 ON CABLE) Expanded For "The book, "Peyton Place,"
((3 ON CABLE) wa about the lng-on, largely
6:00 News scandalous, In a small town,
6:00 News- Farrts Crolius 6:50 Walter Cronklte Keport written by a woman who happened I
6:15 News Sports--Hlrscb 7:00 Car 54 to live In a smut town.
630 Huraley-Brlnkley News 7(30 Mister Ed 1965 Naples Shell Show The townspeople somehow rot
7rOO the Idea she wrote about them
Honeymooners 8:00 Dol
My Living
M ....
Adapted to television by ADC
7SO Virginian (Color) 8:30 Beverly\ KUlblllies The Naples SheU Show this there is no charge. They will of shell from ana locale this ...101I. It has been a treat
9100 Wed. Nlte Movie (to 11, 9100 Dick Van Dyke PATRICK M RUM'Kllt'RN
season will be expanded order be received at the Woman'sClub 5, World-wide success
in color) "Elephant 9:30 Cara Williams to meet the Interests of students building from 9 '.m, to consisting of all kinds of shell By remarkable coincidence
Walk" (1954)Elizabeth) lOjOO Danny Kaye Show 18 years of age and under 7 p.m. on Thursday February from all pans of the world. ABC's "Flame In the Wind" Is Doput Patrick Blackburn h.n been 111"I11I"r t ulShvriti
Dana Andrews E A Hendr ''. staff fur .nil. his .
ara m MMgnmtmta
Taylor 11100 News Dung > :
about a family living In a small
of fossil collectors and 18. Judging will begin at 8 a.m. 6, Self Collected Group
11:00 News Sports, Weather 11120 Movie of shellcrafters who make miniatures on the 1&th. and the show will consisting of shells collectedby town with a widowed InJaw who radio operator
American"Carson Blackburn, a former student. at limn.ilc. High; <'i''><'l lhai
11:30 (to 1)) Johnny "Vanishing has
Just writing a nov.
of flowers Otherwise open to the public at S pju. the exhibitor, not obtainedby alaotakenspeclaliraliitiiKwithiiii-l-HIUo. Knfmixme, ,,i
Scott Brady
(Color) ((1953) tho categories of exhibits for It win run through Saturday buying or t trading. Collec 1.The series was' only two days Training School Frntl, tu in taking t ,Additional tralnii
..... 1965 will be similar to the and Sunday February 20 and dons to be designated*ROUP old Tuesday but already the from the Institute of Applied Science
1964 list 21. All exhibits must remainon A, Peach Collected, or B, Col novelist's family Is beginning lo Deputy Blackburn live on Wimhinftun Avnu liImmokalee "
Yesterday Jack Messmer view during the show and lected by nan-comuierclaldiv suspect that she has written with his wife Mildred UCUIre Blarki'uin\
chairman of the show announced must be removed immediatelyafter big or dred trw. about them and their tangled

[THURSDAY MORNING DECEMBER 31J f that first, second,and third the show.Messmer 1, Beginners Collection live. Chinese Food ")1udlC'h," Sound
prize ribbons and honorable released the list consisting of self-col tl ted Jerry Van Dyke, Dick's Navigation of the Conga
mention win be awarded in of categories as follows shell by persons who have younger brother who was such a Shop To Open finer Is made by steamboat

WLBW.Mioml ABC-CH. 10 WTV.Mieml CBS-CH. 4 each category which deserves 1. Collection of One Family been collecting\ two years or hit almost three year ago in hi.brthU'1 .pilots by the sound of thomustache"
them. Ribbon rosettes will go consisting of different less comedy show, will The Rickshaw Hous, Inc.,wtll or the cleavage:
(SON CABLE) ((4 ON CABLE) to the "Florida Shell of the genera, species and subspecies I, Novelty Shell Group make another appearance a I open about mloVJanuary at 578 of water it the bow Noise or

6:35 Eng. & Span. News 6:15 Sunrise Semester Show", the "Most Outstanding A. Florida Alblnoi B. Freakst two-part episode starting Jan. I Ninth Street, North. The new tnjs cleavage over deep water
6:45 Give Us This Day 6:45 News En Espanol Florida Beach Shell." the 2. Collection of One Genus C, Miniatures, 3/4 Inch or lea Jerry 10. Alter was the signed other by appearance CBS but I firm will specialize In Chinese I.I different from the Round on

7:00 Potpourri 7:00 Popeye Playhouse "Most Unusual Shellcraft",and consisting of different species D, Educational or Classified. then had a couple of false slarla j foods as take-out orders shallowsTahitian .
7:30 Carousel 7:30 News Sports Weather the "Most Unusual Fossil and sub-species. 8, Land Snail Collection In shows completely unsuited to.
8:45 Funny Company 8:00 CaPt. Kangaroo Shell" Every exhibitor will 3. Collection of One Species 10. Sea Life such as coral his t.l.ntl.
9:00 Banjo Billy 9iOO "Littlest Hobo" (1958)) be Issued a certificate of participation Including subspecies if sand dollars,starfish,sea fans, Recommended tonlfhli "The
10:00 Best Groucho Buddy Han,Wendy Sm- desired may show color variation crabs sea horses, ear weeds, Danny Kaye Show," CDS, 10.11 Cove
10:30 Price Is Right art Everyone whether mem- and/or growth series etc, B8T with Buddy Cbsen as
10:30 Price Is Right ber of the club or not, is invited 4. Collection from One 11. Commercial Collectionany nest star) ""..* Wild World of
11:00 Get The Message 10:30 I Love Lucy to enter exhibits for which Locale consisting of a variety shells collect-1' by a commercial Discotheque the" ABC lOtJO11eiplorlng Invltei you to enjoy a
11:30 Links 11:00 Andy of Mayberry individual r establishment current fad of
Missing -------
dancing to records In
12:00 Father Knows Best 11)30 Love That Bob Including commercial spots, night Tropical Vacation
12:30 Movie 10 (to 2)) 12:00 News shell sables
"Is Everybody Happy?" 12:30 Search For Tomorrow .. 12. Shell Tablet most
(1943)Ted Lewis 12:45 Guiding Light beautiful shell display consist- .t

2:30 2:00 Day Flame In Court in Wind 1:00 1:25: Hennessey News Fleming :!Isles Of Capri :\\ not Ing commercial of collection 1. In tables, U.S. Grand JuryTo Naples'! Finest Most luxurious MotelTahitian

2:55 News With Woman's 1:30 As The World Turns .I '''' 13. Shell Craft A. Flower
Touch. 200 Password By GAIL WINCHCLL Phone MI1.5704Saturday arrangemenui: B. Shell Mont- Probe Rights Cove Congress inn

3:00 General Hospital 2:30 House Party -Llnkletter Now that the excitement of Mr P. H.Wlndiell' ages C. Novehlea, D. Jewelry
3:30 Young Marrieds 3:00 To Tell The Truth Christmas is over, most of the brother Glenn Winkler sitar, Items Judged on basis of design Workers' Deaths /V / / *7v M.Xi\iA\ t VSpeni
4:00 Four O'clock Club 3:25 News-Douglas Edwards resident here are busy prspar Mr*. Clove Wynn; and Martin condition*,originality and >(
5100 Sgt. Preston 3:30: Edge of Night tnj for the parties and gaIety of Douthitt arrived her on the la. c rafttml -'tIl). JACKSON Miss. (AP) A
5130 News Stewart 4100 Secret Storm New Year's Eve andthe calmness land. Glenn and Martin halt 14. Shell Craft Miniature federal grand Jury reconvenesJan
5t45 Sports WeatherWCKTMlo.nl 4:30 Early Show (to 6)) Wthr (T) of watching the parade and from Owenaboro, Ky, and Mrs. lower 6 \Inches or !less over- II to consider Mississippi'scase
"Ruggles of Red Gap" tame on television New Year' Wynn I. a resident of DeBary, III. of the three slain civil Polynesian
Charles Laugh- Fla. The three of them brought right workers Including ,
(1935) Day.Several 18. Shell Fossil A. Collection t
down with them rf tb.alrplan. V1 r
of the residents hereon a piece < "new evidence.
ton, Mary Boland. which recently exploded *! B, Table of fosillihellsi New Year's EveTahitian
the "Isles" left to spend A government source con !
NBC-CH. 7 5:55 Weather-Weaver Christmas with friend or relative about two block from Mra.Wynn's ; C. One Genus| D. Mbi- firmed reports of new evidence

((3 ON CABLE) *. Among these were the home, causing"aterrtflc ilture. In the Justice Department's *,. i'a
WINK.Ft. My., CBS-CH. 1 1 Loach family and Mr. and Mr*. boom." At the time c1th.'raah. It. Sntdeni Collections (18 forts to brine *1 men to trial! lathe .t
0:15 Chemistry ((6 ON CABLE) John SchloU The majority of Mr*. Wynn was In her back yard years of age and under) A. case r
6:45 News En Espanol our resident stayed home picking oranges from her tree. On Genust B. Shell Craft) C. The civil rights worker were N '
6:45 Sunshine Almanac 8tOO Captain Kangaroo The L. L."Doc" LoacblllrlY. She said she looked up and all Mln1arU '1 Educational !Dls- killed near Philadelphia, MI..., ,?yj
':00 Today (To 9)) 9:00 Jack LaLanne Bled to Fort Lauderdale Friday, she saw wa a large cloud n< plays I. Novebteei I F. Solf- last summer after venturingInto {
9:00 Mike Douglas Show 9:30 Morning Report where they spent a tons weekend dust Pieces of the airplane were oollected. Neshoba County to inves.Ugate Island Hut ) : ,
10:00 Make Room For Daddy 9:45 Industry On Parade with their parents and attended a scattered in all directions 17. tadem CollectiON ((10 the burning of a Negro ,
10:30 What's This Color) lOtOO All Star Theatre family reunion All three! of our visitor did A, church
Song( of under
some hating, but since the wOo years age or
Miss Nancy MelUer, of Judge Harold Co of Jackson Reservation limited $10.00 per peon:
10:30 I Love Lucy very
11:00 Concentration Naples, pent Monday and Tua men don't like boat, the man, In One Gene| B. Shell Craft C, Issued the rail Tuesday for the
11:30 Jeopardy (Color) 11:00 Andy of Mayberry day with Mis Rosemary Loach the crowd outflshed th.m.wltb M MlnUtttrcciD.Ioucational{ grand Jury to reconvene Ills Evening Include
12:00 Noon Report 11:30 The McCoys Happy birthday to Mrs L. L the help of his brother-in-law, plsyst I. New It Ie., f. Selfcolteoted. order made no mention of the Dinner
12:30 Truth OrCons q.Color) 12:00 News Loachl Mra Loach celebrated P H. Wlnchell. murder. Complete special Polynesian
12:55 News-Scherer 12130 Search For Tomorrow her birthday Tuesday night with I certainly hop all of you hada The Justice Department Champagne at Midnight/ Souvenirs .
1:00 Highway Patrol 12145 Guiding Light her husband and Mr and Mrs. nice Christmas, and Santa asked for the grand Jury after Noise Makers
1:25 News Fairlie 1:00 Love of Life Cecil C. Cupp They dined at brought you what you waMed-U Catgut<< I'sagc' U.{ Commissioner Esther
9.30 PM
served from 7:30 PM to
Dinner :
the he didn't you probably didn't need :
1:30 Girl Talk 1:25 News Piccadilly pub. Catgut Is a tough con S Carter dismissed charge I
2rOO Loretta Young 1:30 As The World Turns Also having a birthday last tt any way (Santa knows these made from the inlfatlMS 01 f against II of the men at I Me.rMtan .
I 2:30 The Doctors 2:00 Password week was Capt. Paul Wlnchell.HI thlngsf) certain I animals HpHlaU]y hearing.The Dancing 9:00 PM 2:00: AM
Don't forget Th bookmobile
birthday was Saturday, De. commissioner's decision
and used (for aurlf'1Illur. I
. 3:00 Another World Houseparty3iOO sheep,
will be here today, December .
Color Tel\The Truth umber 26th .. and suture, violti\ In the hearing, at which the gov.ernmenl Make RMrvrions' for an evening theta
! 3:30 You Don't Say ( ) Mr. and Mra P. H. Wincnell 10th. Happy New Year I II wont related ,MIrv had only to show now
I 4rOO Mickey Mouse Club 3125 News of Miami spent Christmas and be long before all these tired string and I I' "probable cause' for a charge, different
I rackets
tennis em
i 4:30 Movie Seven (to 6)Wthr.!) 3:30 The Edge Of Night the following weekend with their mother can send their kldsbsck archery menu, boWl according tithe ) rat termed unprecedented 'by Dress Optional, MI 3-4501
"Peggy" Rock Hud4100 Secret Storm Ion and his family, the Paul to the teachers who' I know an Encyclopaedia.. Britannic*I the Justice Department
Diana Lynn. 4(30 Bar Fun Club Wlnchell hardly wall I
son 8t40 wLazu& Island Hut New Year's Day Dinner served from

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Read the Wan-tAd \ 0..,...... tho Bay of Naples MI 2-4501,
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Was An Eventful Year On Local Sports Scene I

Fle W.J, D.e,..nb.v .' I
Bishop Verot, but Naples varslh 6 COUIEH COUNTY NEWS N.pl. It
Is trounced by Orlando Evans.., t
The tolluv MIX t u,'\ !H l',1 Moorings pro Bill McDevltt sinks

sports highlights hits beau, tie shot on No. 9 at Moorings...

compiled! from filt.of'I'he Naples High capers win at Ken ,

\t8 lining 1961. lucky Military 54..Yahl Bm
thers wins team title In men's
AM the NaJlI"1IHI'I| ,t tM
city bowling tournament it
<"* 80 dui interest 111 IIarIClUIIIIIWl'lHluI' ', Brookslde..Naples eager 1111'i'

\ | and! |pal Immokalee, 7258.NHS f'MIII",1I!'"

Impatient spoils. 101'' roach Jerry Morris looking 'I"

growth is anticipated u n, two more foes to nil 1964 1.,1 i

1965. ball schedule. H k sit' bI
Naples eager win at Vein' <', 1
41.30, and junior high wins two
JANUARY from Englewood..Fort MJMS

Everglades High wins own.i edges Naples, 57.56, In till Ito' .
day basketball tournament will at Naples...Naples High i Sc'I")1 I '

55-48 win over North Fort plans to build 440.yanl t ti 1 ,I'' k It
Myers Naples Recreation around football field..North I "rt w -
Dept. sets up four.team basketball Myers beats Naples cagers, r4.
league for boy 10.18 years 57..Harry Sauchelll leaves 4 10
old Naples High loses split on final ball for 298 gnme c
at Fort Myers'rI.47. Everglades at Pine Lanes ... Han I II'' ,u< o. ,.

win at Immokalee, and Naples winners In men's city bowling f
Junior High win both games tournament are L. V, Shields
from North Fort Myers. in singles,Mike Plke-Blll Keeling h; fk1w Y' '. 'I w.x
Earl Rlskey of Ann Arbor, doubles. Paul Wickham all. I
( >i TH KHiirui i LH, ttIth ill nli
Mich., inventor of paddleball events. 1J In AIph'u.t' ; t gaff ? I

(handball played with a paddle), Two golfers score holes.In "I i -t c i uul l t G ''In.i ill, 'hulItl l.iu n \\ .iN 'I'tch I 1 H! i ,insluduli ti ,,
visits Naples on vacation shows one on No. 4 at Moorings. nrrr.r.ST; PARTII'IP-\T( ( ,P"1," I ,,, ,, llll4 r ? , II I t III )RI..Wumb( III Illyllldlll I ); >.anu'v ajtaui Mi'l <'i ,u N .tpl i | l lv it's 11,1

Recreation Dept. officials how Naples High beats Venice again popul i"it\. nation' M ui. and in tin. \.iil| "''".s 01),1> ) II 1 ''II. : \ \ 'i iI ofIhr **( tin abase is from HIM ot these mcciiinUis lutllavvks a I.. I tca1t

the game Is played. Winter 50..Everglatos) wins seasonal 70ft Swamp Buggy races set for Feb. championship in Everglades Conference lanes
ruary 23.Naples. for second straight

cagers top LaBelle yar..Naples seventh-eighth i MARCH Punta Gorda In first Junior high "

53.44, and Immokalee beats graders win unusual forfeit when| Gene Chamberlin rolls 289, meet at home; Naples varsity lor ,i,'i, r''I I uiilirs! be',11 J'' (
Alva Leo Holland converts Alva team fails to show up for highest sanctioned game yet at second: in quadrangular meet at Gorda ml" bl,adowla

4o .7.10 "double pinochle" split game at Alva..NaplM High beat 1, Brookslde Bowl..Punta Gorda Immokalee Drive launched cats obtaii II dr first

at Brookside Bowl Naples Alva varsity for 13th straighttime : beats Naples capers in tournament for money to support American at Tlce. Junior high 1, ,

edges North Fort Myers 63.60, 64.47. local team ends season Legion baseball team Harry Fort> M>ers, finishing t. ;. 1
and Junior high teams win both Punta Gorda beats Naples, 8S.'with 12.10 record..Immokalee Sauchelll scores 702 series at the season

from Englewood LaBelle 56, and junior high wins two upends Everglades tournament Pine Lan.s. Or. Alton Immokalee footballttjii
defeats Everglades 70.68, in fin. from North Fort Myers...Va. at Immokalee then wins champ. Richardson scores hols.In.one at r, i $ Fort Lauderdale, i
al game of Everglades Confer: ally wins 14th straight from lonshlp next night with victory Moorings No. 18 Naples crest Naples Hawks boil ,
ence mld-season tournament at LaBelle, 7047, and "B" team over AJva..Brookslde Bowl's High signs up to participate In Ptnella Park heats Shad ,- r
LaBelle, but Gators land three wins, 112. 54..Seventh.elglith boys and glrli' teams both win Class A state football playoffs. and Miami Central hUI', ,
places on tourney all-star teams grade t.am. coached by Keith their divisions In BPAF state Nell Hannaford pick up 44-7. pies, 19-0 Harry Bill 11' "

Charlie Goff Junior Ballard, Bright beats Alva for season tournament In which 10,000 10 split at Brookslde Naples I some rat"' lung duties i I
Butch Hughes Punta Gorda record of Il-.Immokalee !High Junior bowlers took part. track team strong third at Edison rookie league at Pomi I

beats Naples Junior High fresh finishes regular season with 5-10 Immokalee varsity basketball Relays sU teams will playIn Chip Johnson Napli
men, but Naples seventh-elghth record with loss to Alva. team gets by Frostproof in regional East Naples minor Little Lea. TKO over Jimmy Cooper n i \. I

graders win, Benny Collins of Miami wins tournament but loses final gue this spring Naples win.nve.way Chester, England.Flshtng ,
Ruth Batcher rolls "perfect exhibition swamp buggy races game to host team Lake Placid; track meet at Fort weather satisfi, < ,

game" ..10eldlls..at Pine Lanes, while 4,000 watctu-.Naples High Immokalee finishes with 8.11 Myers Recreation Dept r mackerel and trout 'aitivi' t
convert twoof them... ends regular season with 12.9 record...Everglades High ky \
manages to opens men's Softball league opens at bring spoils !Naples' I II ,inIng
Everglades tops Naples, 78.89. record by beating KMI, 63.53... track season...Mrs. Roland Gambler Park with two games 3207. Immokalee I U',it' i
and Fort Myers Junior High beats Junior high freshmen finish with Haynes aces No. 13 for Moorings Junior high track team y rw' Pie ce Catholic, Tlceediredowlawn ?

Naples twice... Harvey White of 6.8 record by beating Everglades"B" course's 12th hole one..Harry beats Punta Gorda Elgh .. 21 boys wu/ Ii
Norfolk scores hole.in.one on No. teamM.Everglades High BUlle works out with Pittsburgh teen players picked on Naples high football letters. loin I._ I.
7 at Beach Club, first ace In end 22.8 with loss to Moore Pirates during spring training team that will meet famous four. lee trounces Okeechobee u n nIv

nine years of Seniors invitation. Haven Naples High begins at Fort My.rs.Intrasquad man Softball team at rambler to end finest season in hi-I i '
al Golf Tournament... Next sprint football practice with climaxes "
day, game Park. 8-1-1.. Naples Hawks beat Pit I ICiurda.
J.E. Green aces No. 11 In same plans to Insert "I" formation month.long spring football prac. Naples High stalled in effortto .., Naples varsity end'- I",
tournament. play In slngle.wlng offense.. tics at Naples High Four Join White Sands Conferencethis fl W' pleasing note winning at ok?, I II I
Freshmen lose to Cypress Leading bas etball scorers are teams will compete In Recrea. year but school Is Invitedto ; i r chobee, 27.0, for record lIf f :. .
Lake but seventh-eighth grade Jerry Davis for eeventh-elghth tlon Dept. men's Softball league reapply next spring 1.
team wins... Naples High capers grade team, Jeff Johnson for here this sprlng..Greater Na. 78 Junior high athletes honored at h,

edge Alva, 5M2... Naples High freshmen Steve Clark for var. pies Little League granted state banquet Immokalee first, ATHLETIC PROGRAM at Naples) illicit School bioadcni tn include. tIIt

varsity football lettermen (hon. team city, and Randy Harris for "B" Incorporation charter ... Naples Everglades third In Everglades thischool's first Kolf ti-itn\ I last spniiir. Phil Io'btshu.crir'd| athe -.
ored at awards assemblyn.Dor. High golf team opens first seasonIn conference's first league track DECEMBER
sey Nevergall of Pompano Beach Naples High to field varsity triangular meet at Fort meet, held at Alva Stock tLam's advisn. Golden Gate scores 291 for low gross honors golf team for first time this Myers..Klngflsh run was notice. car races to resume at Naples for play; sixth golf touisNaple
In Seniors Golf Tournament, coming spring...Wlyn. Kurtz ably smaller this year local May 2 after five-year absence out Levi Forte in fifth round., out, more expected at Junior OCTOBER area...Ev.rclade' "I"i .
and Tom Abbott of Naples places latest to score ace at Mooringswhen fishermen port..Napl fin. Naples wins close track Play begins Southwest Florida i high football drill Ron North Fort Myort beat Na. 21 .game basketball schedulr'I'. ''

first in his age group.. Naples hi sinks tee shot on No. ishes close second in four-way meet at North Fort Myers; ju. Inl.r.club golf league, with ZOo, McCune plans to resign as re. pies, 194, Immokalee gainstie victory at home over nVerot..JuuUMr 1
beats 13..Mayor Archie: Turner and man teams representing sevenI i creation assistant September 1 high rair,'"i-. i I."
Everglades, 68-54, at track meet in fin competition nlor high loses to Fort My.,. with Lake Placid in home
Naples gym. City Attorney David Splngler lose of season. Local team battles a I clubs, Including Big Cypress and I 1983 Naples Hawks rated coming game, Naples Hawks de. pair from EeglewttoL..nu: I,,'.
special shuffleboard match to Feigner's famous four.man softball Beach Club... Shelley Stahlman,i, by national Pop Warner organ. feat newly-organized East Na. Hawks grlddars beat SlI"I"i ilawn..Immokalee .
Senior Citizens' doubles champ. APRIL team to S-5 tie before elantcrowd | Irma Lesser win women's dou.bles .1 liatlon as sixth in nation among pies Shadowlawn Wildcats, and opens )iskit
FEBRUARY team of Arthur Brackettand tennis tournament. New'
Junior high freshmen lonslilp Junior High track team beats at Cambler Park all Pop Warner team In echo Junior high loses to Cypress ball schedule with l to ss 'it 1BeU..NapleB l
top .
clnders uid track
Frank Brewer. 440.yard lay
Al Bolton lands 750 pound 14.. lastic and gridiron accomplish Lake... Harry Billie placed on opens 22 K." .
completed workmen
: by county
foot sawfish at pier after 2V4- ment Pittsburgh 40.man winter pro. schedule with defeat "it I' s'Gorda '
I at Naples High School... Schools
hour battle Large crowdat i Chip Johnson knock out Amos tected roster.. Naples varsity .
Little League barbecue and Recreation Department cosponsor Johnson In first round at Louis. loses to Clewiston, 19-7, Im. Freshmen cagers hell N": ,",
;: annual summer recrea. 8.5 .
vllle hike record
to to
Andy Lorentzsuu resigns after mokalee loses to Moore Haven, Fort Myers but seventl ei '
tight years at Naples IUgh var.', tlon program... Harry BUlle Harry Blllle compiles .237 aver. Punta Gorda edges Shadowlawn grade team lo.eb..N.lpo"l s ,
starting to hit well for Gastonla
ilty basketball coach Little I age at Gastonia finishes second Wildcats shy edges Clewiston..I-!.t
League season opens with two In Class A Western Carolinas on team in run batted In, In Naples gains tie at Punta Gor. lost to Fort Myer\ si l'\." .

4 games Eighth: annual >ShrineCOlt |: League. his first full season In organlz.ed da, 64, and Immokalee defeats eighth graders win...N.u.I.Slty I.-
tournament opens at Beach Two pros, two amateurs from ball; moved up to finish sea Cardinal Mooney. Naples Hawks beats Alva..Coa, h .J)f'

7 I 1 I 1tr StM1 Club .17 Naples runners com. Naples compete at Florida Open son with Class AA Ashevllle. beat Tlce and Shadowlawn loses Morris announces 24 varslt f.. ,
e i at Lehlgh Acres.. Florida Am.
in Class A district ball .. :N i
pete meet al' to Pinellas Park. Dale W1I. letter winners "i
Golf Lass holds 36-hole
Fort Lauderdale. SEPTEMBERPaul Barns repeats as county golf Hawks beat Sarasota Soul!. ,
tournament at Beach Club with
Crickenberger throw710 champion, edging Dick Sowers, stare .Naples varsity ,u' '
+ MAY plans to return next year. series at Brookslde Bowl, first I.up, at Beach Club... Top Flor. split In two games at Ke\ *>.si t ..
Butch Hughes of Everglades: 700 at that establishment Ida golfers here for annual Flor. Naples Hawks grldders I I..",
honored as one of top 500 high Fourteen boys named to Little Bill Crum of Plant City wins Ida PGA tournament at Beach season with 81.1 record IM I he ,1

school basketball players in League all-star team Jull. all.round cowboy honors at annual Club.. Junior high football team Ing Pinellas Park.
*> nation in selections by Coach u* Lesser, Wes Downing win Immokalee Rodeo Naples beats Clewiston..,Naples de. Junior high freshmen i b.tk'', I
,. and Athelte magazine) Hughes men's doubles tennis tournament High loses nrst.strlng tailback feats Cardinal Mooney for first ball team beets Cypress I ,.I'

led Gators with 543 point in 31 Ev Baldwin fires 198 trip. Donald Walker with Injured kneeon victory 33.7, and Immokalee but seventh.eighth grade! 1 In.. "
game... Naples Speedway! resume llcate at Brookslde Bowl eve of football opener at Ar. edge Lee; Naples Hawks defeat Everglades takes prize,! 71 '
racing with large crowd Senior Little League all star cadia Eagles lose to Ar. Shadowlawn Wildcat basketball victory at Nai It-"...

.tt&l ei ? attending.. Three Everglades team chosen Holland Salley cadla,13.O);lmmokaiee beat Alva, Jack Isaacs of Jupiter scores Brian London scores TKO ?'
trackmen and three from Immo. wins Little League championshipfor 290, in season opener 280 to win Florida PGA tournament Chip Johnson of Naplesat e

kalee qualify for state meet... third straight year Naples Hawks tie South Miami, here.. Bill Whiteley con. Wolvertumpton, Entl Ll) m t i.
Spring tides bring big runs of Cypress Lodge Dodger win Sen. 7"j; Junior high ties Fort Myers vert split at Brook. Steve Clark and Bur Hit'
snook In Gulf and inshore water 0.0, in other openers four athleti ,
lor Little League crown. side Bowl little League re. sign -year p?
*. Leading Little League batter Redflsh activity In Gulf and elects Jack Winter a* presi. In.ald to University ol M)Il", I
AlI'DDYVEATIiL:11 on H *uim>' flit l \ suss in stuns fur clti\i-r in the Fund drive successful Le. is Joey Gratton with 539 aver. Inshore waters hits peak dent, and names 29 men to board first Naples High ntuteit.,
.uinuiil IUiui.n (Ion baseball team to open season 45 entries in county champion. .. Crickenber. three to null l lgranti..JJaples <
swamp v races, lit inn (Collin ol Mnuni won tin age, and Carlos Alfonso leads nf directors. Judy year receive
ih.unplonslnp ti ,qiliv uhili tl'erflow crowd of 7,000 and network TV June 8... Senior Little..... Senior League with 383 Stone ship golf tournament Ven. ger of Naples win women's cagers tr
rameiasitiifwed the lutmn gue opens with doubleheader... Builders again win city Softball ice edges Naples, 20.14, In first BPAF championship in Miami... Venice. .Freshmen beat'

summerJong Greater Naples championship Tony Alongl home game of season "B" Fort Myers beats Naples, 32.13. Myer Jaycees..Blll. Dliuyearold < '.
Fishing Tout nainentopeni...Chip wlnar>lIt decision over Chip team trounces Lee, Immokalee and Im-nokalee: edge Frost golf course ar hit
Johnson, Naples boxer, decisions beat Cypress Lake Hawks lose celebrates ,
I Johnson of Naples Naples proof. Bill Dlddel !pa
Ollie Wilson. 38 boys partlri.' pitchers throw no hitter at Wau. 74 at Pinellas Park. Big winning low gross honors it' "+ '
pate In Junior high football/ .. chula but legion team loses by Cypress second, Beach: Club fifth NOVEMBER Cypress
h sa Jerr) Howell! named Naples vaislt 5.0 score to end season with In final Southwest Florida Inter. Benny Collins of Miami after Al Tatu rolls 703 series ",

> basketball coach... 18 var '.8 record. Club standings Junior high many unsuccessful tries, finally Brookslde BowU..Naples Son<.
slt12, junior high runners to Two local softball team will ridden beat North Fort Myers win title of Swamp Buggy King way closes season with HiYah "'
receive track letters. cimpete next week In district Chip Johnson bailie John la races at Naples, while 7,500 and Wally York wine lit: ,
Annul tty golf tournament tou-iument al Palmetto Prescott to draw at Birmingham spectator and TV network cam. trophies for being lea,line trvers.
match Ii\ starts at Beach. NIc. Pedro leading batter with England era take in the action.. Jun. .
Club,. stone
1t; Builders unbeat.
average on light-hit ting
en In hrvI half of
men' soft .
bill 1'1.Ilolllllld Naples Legion team Art
Salty also Schulthets named leading soft.
unbeatei I first half of Uttle
ball batter 471
League. i ,, averageJo I
""j l Bank team ,
are.ales .
a bs Anne Russell wins
I !tr, I l. ,ilu in
"t't Last
t i b t Naples 10tand.under ,
q girls' tennis tourn.
Minor I 'tIe i iJI'
C'b amen at Hollywood for second ;
y Tessler ,,arts 7.10 'I
up spilt
win In two week. jwii
t'lr tournament
s s Pine Lar,."s... Boxer Chip John
1 Venice beats Naples, 1-0. in
-M win dtt tsioi.. over Pre tla _
Senior Little League tournament
> t-I lies.'
play it Venice Marty Bowea's '
t JIM team wins summer recreation v : 'VL
basketball title, and the other I
Nipie, legion tiasetttll team ,
three teams finish in second.
\r'1"t openei, III Fort Myers.J. ...
r// ., Place tie Steve Clark high I
k : 5 .1 il II"Hand !*lley first
est scorer In league with tt.e
Little Le.,(u* loss in ISgsmes.Join ...
Sarasota Nation
Rh'h, iKtson wins Naples Ja\ average "
18.,1,,l als eliminate Naples Uttle Lea.
"M : ;inter" tennis toun,"
aiustar team from touraa.
ment at I'.unt-Ie r Park.. John gue
Inert play 140 golfers coin.cite .
t ,ites *\fts Jem F>ke, tu,
!s I II .'n 18th hole! III become row i in Southwest Florida Inter.Ur .
k ttv gilt hampion... Naples ,' play at Big Cypress, with
soil: cM second and Beach Club
o1)fedwl) eplae sportsman
4Ia1 ,tivislon ill I.lte.model .over: third.. Naples AllJtars and
head tart...>,' cimpetttlon. Stone Builders each lose by nine r! i
runs In opening round of soft n
I Snook t hanlnate OreaUi Na.
ball district play at Palmetto.
pies FtStli'k ftounumenl at hall

W&) ptflnt' .. Marie Bernard wins
both girl*. ,1lvl.IlIn Naples At.GUST ,
Jaycee tel1' tournament ana i u Naples 10 ton Mctbell prsc.ue rn ,+ yaY, YwyYytil
named uroey's ooUUn,tin* ,,1 August r Senior Ut.
player. Rus Stahlman hits dra. lie League stay be dropped la
math "h.'me run to end Stone favor at Pony
BASKKTOA'J. F 11 Builders' 12.fame city Softball prtac Two Pop Warner (
league Winning ttrek... Jackie teams to be formed here this tall .
Hlgh/ftr!:' t ,1"I Kline Ores\ n? hitter ay Maple ;revtousu\ ,wilt ,'n* Naples..
In /dlt .:11: = I, \ TITS A.t ACTIVE In t .
a jeKK'o i abili lean MatA.r 19 Letterman i pcn al first I"f atltrt ,, .tl" t! '
field d 'ur "..,' i iwft&i P' 0\ I I Itr alln) n' day 'I Njple* Rigtt i out bell Iii't., I ." ,".I I r1 k 411' : ,
,:.: .R. h: I .
m NJ t' iii $ it L' i3 r, 'tie 14 v Jw'U .\ "

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Packers, Cards PrimingFor Cards' Offer To Namath

Sunday Bowl Game Highest Ever To Rookie : i

MIAMI (AP) The hat.Hi. bold decisions over Ii-. ,- ->,-r,, w r iI MHMl- lAP) The pro took* the baloonlng price being paid\

uii sun and two-hour morning this year making t t'n 'Onh' : 11: .plat[ .n' market hit .in uiw far talent [PORTS

workouts are erasing holidayMI thing of giant killers ] I ,lr| ',! '"'able Inflatlonan high to. "Football teams are prosper
after lying the I with the r.velatl)1Ihat an cue because of sellout gates and
plus fat and staleness from ,. early \ .in F,'. I nit Green Bay Packer and ft. season gain,,, :'" . .
.' ,,1\i to $389,000! from television," RoMlle said
IS The Packets \pat for a
1" 'IIS Cardinals, priming for beat i ,, .
s 'iiav's pro bowl gam be- pIons, 28.21In 1 I'" "I I i'ark u Ill .i l turn lag ". only proves that a club Is

.WE'I! dlUsltmil ruw>prS4 p of drill tins week ,nl i I I'e' jiiarieiUik is I Joe Na ready to pa for a quality man. :OILIER Cl\ NTY NEWS N.plM' N.., WM D..t", h.r 10 'IQb4 7
have ll'' t-ioot.::, 190-vxHind bullet "In our league we are paying
put stress
' I 1,1' :National Football League on st ,
Packers' stout t"C \ I "-sI for tliH National chaa* for quality and getting It. Of the
"It's like the training camper rum i I. ,,I',
.. built around golden r I)1'i ,Alabama l'rlms)1'Mdt.\ It first draft cholc'eswe already ice third and final ,l
wer again, puffed one j i IUbae| '(
pound Cardinal lineman after a Hornung and powerful] : I h hit wit! tin- ""Ir"u.\ bank have signed ten" Hunt Season dove hunting >'loses at wi,,,et
M' .11"u js drill Tuosda\ lor Quarterback Bart r' It!! I is the New V'"rk Jets Bill BIdwell, owner of the Monday Janu u: 4
constant the. lormal slgnll'Ul take NFL's St Louis Cardinals, was The tiirki
"Where am I gin tonight? passing thre u: ;tM'lei ImiiUhR
asked one of the Parkers, "Pm The Cards on the 'i + 1 oj i. this weekend after Ala the most shaken by the fantastic season will 'en siMith ,.1, ".t no
1 i I 11's with Texas in the bidding on Namath, reportedby Ends Sunday
'1\1 i g to bed-I'm completely are essential) a pav game HoIdO!! MM h 13 .0,1 t I I"" c
wiped") with Charlie Johns i ft Bowl and the "vm 01 ark a Cardinal spokesman a* March 28. ll.o. suit.", r, ,

Both Green Bay coach Vince trigger Bill Thornton "i p ,r f t-i 1 Falls, Pa filling station having reached 1400.000. TALLAHASSEE HuntlAf of State Rod r.O will ipm MI,nil

Lombard! and St. Louis coach tea Gautt have beer' tat'. dart will hex 'me the hlfll.e. "It was $400.000 for three dMr. turkey and bear will dOM 17 and 'los 1' \prll II n,mi, ,",-
wally Ltram stressed that toe well in practice 'ml( football molds of all years and 'SOO.* for flv.,"th* In moat action of Florida will be .llp".,.it from m.o''I> '

,une wain't being taken light. Green Bawill I"I I' II i spokesman MId "We .had to at oneWialf hour after sunset". hour heft u riso n MM I :. ', '
e "u'\aih'. contract and ttend- withdraw from the bidding-H
!I.> strength The Cards :& nary 3. Puikn, lOON and coat noon each dotAccording
"We are working for this strengthened with the" \ ,uses will double the fig. got txi rlih hunting will close *tat.. id* at to! A. U Vlilri, ''.,

ante Just as we would any Bob Reynolds, the Ma i I. ,, :. the pr viouslhighest BIdWell declined to talk about sunset Januan 3, H\an11t\C of Director, Came and Fresh Water
fenilve left tackle ,. ollege icraduiues-both the money battle but he admitted Flak Commlisi.w. .
her, said Lwnm. wI '" ',ee:' woodcock and snip will close Florida hum.eri
"This game means a lot to out for six weeks WI'i< ,d !this yea for an estl. "We have abandoned hopesof statewide .n sunset Jaiwary I. have hAd \ good hnv..v

each of us," said Lombard Jury 1! I.00,000 Theare line.CT getting Namath- we know"he Hunting of quAil, and squirrel will Aldrich urges hunters t t.> pi' I.i. .
"Divisional pride U at Make" In recent years, ttr> U i t. i Dick Butkus of 1 minds, wants to play In New York continue mini ?ne4ialf hour after tics courtosv sifetii"t UUal

The Packers, runner-up to the have had little sun- ,, ,r t &wk ,,csj by the Chicago Bears Namath'a ambition was to sunset 8ui, II mil

Baltimore Colts In the Western the Packers in regul ,.,at je viiurterback Craig Morton pia with the New York GUanls The seiMHi' for hunting deer, days of this 1964"!1! hunting! <1>.,.
Utfornla, who went to the when the Giants didn't pick him
touchdown fa. games but they beat G' .'. Ba) bear and turkey will remalaopen son,
Division are one
In their last meeting., ,. tax.hlbitlon 0 ,is owboyso In the draft, he decided to go to Will January ---
vorltes over the Cards who fin. in the Third District *
: ontract offered Namath, the Jets U ,
second to the victory In New O'lja.) 17 except In Okaloosa, Wall \1 I.U It"" 1 xI
taped champion 'limed but not formally an. Weeb Ewbank, the Jets' coach Santa Rosa 1>" I..., ." "''
Ion EaiuinMa: and
Browns. ,
Cleveland k U" ed, stunned football ob wouldn't confirm the actualagreementwhich 1
.. .11'
The Cards are anxious to holdup coiintlii .h<>u the dttrandbar
Florida Meets M, i VIMS, who speculated on how couldnt be i S. I 'I,1( I ,earl, to'IBS.sL .
loses January
of hunting n'as .11
the East
the prestige
ii the closed until Namath finishes his
in' higher spiral could go. 111, Isla. ,
17.0 No seaMHi. on over In Wash
buoyed by the Browns' rout "This is a players' market," college. career-but he laId."Nem.th opal,, ..iCoimtlstnth II f, U ,., ', II",, .
and tt\ |
in last lnitt n
of the Colts Sunday's tl. Texas TonightIn B itkus! said. "It won't last, but will be the highest ," II \.. ,"
Third Dblillt
tie game \,, u ant blame the boys forgetting paid rookie In football, and we The turkey' hunting season In ..1 1\,' I ",I, ,, II

_Both _the Cards and PackersNaples Gator Bowl It while (he getting Is think one of the ("'!." the Fourth DistrIct will remain Ihnuunp, ,,,, ," i iI
u g'""d." Namath has been called b\ 1 ," II' t '',
oi>*n untU "m'.haOfhour; aftr sun.
Pete Rozelle, commissioner of Alabama coach Paul (Bear) 'H '
st Janus i
Golfers JACKSONVILLE ((AP) Tw' lie, National Football League, Bryant "nut only the best alh.
aggressive basketball I <> d in\ s, mused to be concerned over fete I ever coached lot the Isit l

Texas and Florida, meet for the L I ever saw"
Play Sunday At championship of the Gator Bowl A rangy perfectly coordinated, TJie Dogs 'at Bonita

Tournament tonight E\ER\T1IIV.: nOt ('Jsr.
"If we are playing well, it wUl nnnali! HosaN ,'01's up Ilk a \o\o alld I en (happell, 24. Ing quarterback pro .....a"I1O'dream
Palm River CC be a real fine game," said 3 Holes In One about. tie Is quick and
of the 'WYo, k Knuks K<>' > niiht! up with him on this
coach Norm Sloan of Florida sure, able to throw a 30.) al d
'I1t'lall the basketball l'an't with
plaHut ( pros up
regular monthly tourna. "Texas has a lot of depth and !
Tho In Three bullet with flick of the
Days a mere
slick Oscar the lop player' in the league last year. . ..d g,
'nent uf the Greater Naples Golf good detenaei1He wrist. Although injured most ,of
i si.nation will be held Sunday agreed that Florida played Hole-ln-one shots at The Moor the season with a torn cartilageIn

January 3" at Palm River Coun. well in defeating Wake Forest Seminoles Lose Ings Country Club executive golf Ms right knee, he) completed
uy\ Club. 8243 in the first round Tuesday Miami Defeat course are not particularly rare, 84 of 100 passes for 158 yards

The club championship will night. but three ares In as many day and five touchdowns.He ......:::>>
iw at stake In Sunday's play Texas Coach Hal Bradley was To Win Consolation Game qualifies for a "whale of a reinsured his knee here

expected to break down Into four not as satisfied with his team's Mankind OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) story," said Moorings Pro Bill Monday In a warmup for the

nights with special prizes going performance in beating Georgia Crelfhton's alert tone defense McDevttt. Texas game but the Injury
n> (gross and net winners. The 66-60. Championship stymied Florida State's dellber. The shots were mad December pproved not as serious as two
beet gross card will determine "I was satisfied we played ate offense and handed the Sent 24, 25 and 26, and by (three previous ones during the season.
'ihp club champion. good defense," he said, "but our MIAMI BEACH (AP) Kick inoles an S8.77 defeat In their different golfers on three differ Although he was held out of
Breadfast will be served at offense must Improve. Floridais Barry, the nation's leading scor. rough see saw consolation ent holes. There was a slml.practice, he Is expected lo see time. O"de D eau Pint '-II a. 0...... NI II

::30 a.m and tee-off time Is set a real fine team" er, led Miami to an 80.73 vic. game In the Allstate Basketball lardy, however In that It was spot service against Texas Friday Lair Meet slot eel ei, Mi.at.re rawem.. Cseet Dee Iv.111. "tat is w ., : IN 144

tat 8 a.m. The regular $3 en. Bradley was impressed by tory over Maryland last night Tournament! Tuesday nlgM. the first perfect shot for each night. ItN/y.... Puttee. I I.NIPueaw. II hot pane II /N
and the Hurricane Basketball Merae P.ee Marl.1
try fee will apply. Gary Keller, 8 foot 9 sophomore Individual. Meanwhile, the Jots aren't ....... tu --n ,
who dominated the backboardsand Class Championship The first one was scored by worried about their huge Invest ..... D III' man" 1.._ ,', N/ .. ia551.Nn ..
With about seven minutes togo D. G McKay of Toronto.Canada, c..., ".'_A 1 keel ..., 1/ Mtinn air ,ibPaean..h I" III
led Florida scoring with 23 TV I Ix ment. "Our surgeons tell us ace lee, 0 PMew lit i iuse It
LADIESFREE 1)) points Barry put Miami ahead, 61. Helps eale on the It0.yard second hole. II* they can make Namath's kneeas / A Cal'. I.1 I P'em..e l h
So were most oIlh.eUhpec. 60, after Maryland had led h> used a 7-lron to make the per.' food as new,'' Ewbank said. Rhine. 1 .......f ".. S D.ttr D..". 1' a' Mu ii

TONITE tators Keller's size, more than seven point at one time Barry Culprit) Who feet shot tilted ",.' I/1/ TAlyd '-II'" O,1a.
finished the night with M pointsto Complete Information on the 11, :...: '" .. ttt,I) Ce i 1155w'a's : e
any other factor, changed Flor. ..N f.u"Nr I... e'tt...1 1 C cewe rave t'l 555R If
Post tourna.
Time him
i Ida from a slight underdog to a give a two.day IVi/rd) Christmas Day performance U CaMs. ''f Maeere aedl 0...._. Ina HMmae ..
8:15 comparatively easy winner. He mat record of 79. Pipkin larking, but a Pittsburgh Pa., They 'Cried'Their /* It'd 1 PM Nn II /wrest 1.J1,1O.s. I"455revers
lie vas toted tile tourney'smatt visitor by the name of Mador arwi b". A..... .
grabbed 12 rebounds, twice as SYRACUSE N.Y. AP D etil II'' II. C N
., fonlT valuable player. ( ) was the happy golfer accom. "-'" Manner is' r 1"r L''......_ let 155r.r S
many as any other player. The victory boosted Miami's The television coverage of the Way To AN I I Seen W..., M ...." let\ I
Texas faces t b. deetalonwheth.r Cleveland Browne dressingroom pushing the feat on I the ISO-yard Nyte'se'e I '111I.. I''... 1 i
DOG1RACES to 8 foot 8 John season record to eight wins seventh hole Tee '0'.' Na.Py 'U.. PiNt ,-...,. 9AN e NAstea
use against two los** dropping. Sunday after the Browns' Itee I II U" 1 = r II
Paul FulU against Keller orlIaln.t 27.0 victory over the Baltimore The following day, Kenneth Howard Good ScoresMembers 11015 era C all h. 0.. al 1 t NM
Florida's other sopho. Maryland to 4.6. of Whltestone, N. Y .... g.e.l. 1 C'ny ."... / hln. wag' "IIt I NNe'N

more giant, 6 foot 10 Jeff Ram. ID the consolation match 7241, Tul.a Colts has resulted and an In alert the recovery viewer her of a cuted the perfect shot. He used of the Dig Cypree ,.' Pip Saws II e 1st 1 a ArnA ew f $t t. Y-Net, Owls 1455N'e
U S. 41 South coasted to an easy vie. an 8-1 ron to hit the Jack pot on Vlen's Golf Association In Iarlreek's S I Cv.r wav .' P55: ISYN a1 I se a N
N, Tile prised football. ..... I", /ie a"a
tory over
Police said Tuesday they have the 158-yard llth hole outing played what Big ,,.." ..... C .". "........ ".. "art 111
Cypress Pro Phil Derbyshire n.'i.'" I rim Sate'' I
recovered the game ball I tivmlft T-ll M Oetr. IM MN4
described M a "Crier's Tour ( Aimt M. I II lank k.M >
presented to Browns quarter ra. Crier 'II M n* 1 *>imM.r IM. ) IM IM IMIMI
back Frank Ryan The ball was Namath Big nament." Each: contestant was ..'v I,... It Mv ti.l. Hue* 11tn Ht((4) til, .U
take from Ryan's<< locker during permitted to throw out worse *..Hl .,.*. C l/ll
the celebration made on the) three worst hole tam Tr.l* I ..".. Waits IfemiM 'Ialtl"11.11 Q*>*. $454
> post-game Question MarkIn and revert to par. Ciht |i M'.I i Dune MM in IM C M I st
Officers said they retrievedthe Lm'/' lyryelse.*' In.Sa'Iae i.i I4e IMAnWk.r
ball from a llUyearold Syrs. With handicaps also applying Oiv.iinY. j. I Mir Sun.*? W rata tee( IMNIMH

cut youth who was recognized Bowl Game and at least three par score I If Mil *'.*. B l/ll t-line OlO ..... Ilia
In the Browns' dressing room bya on the cards, the two-man team ..... m.ee ,. *.*"* M" '! MM tan II II M IM i M
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COLLtlK COUNTY NEWS Napl" Fle Wed D.e.mb.r 3D t94/ r tx I'lit' Ihth President of the J
I nitcd Stales 1\ndon B.
i AP Newifeaturei.
I ,' Ed i tot g of AP i i.n *ktt "I i lit I ,. velAr for 1964.
ntwipapar and j rad I III I I I"" i I." .ic, President t
TV gut ion i voted 'I '" ,, '" ,>( John F.
and landslide r i I- ,',' MI d'i I this scar
Or Lyon B. Johnbon' as ir I''' ,I Ie I I.. election, .
dint th* top new. nay ol' l -i I ii-, I 1'd'I us of A PI
For' the Republicans I and T\
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campaign stated with ''iI'
Cabot Lodge who wasn't I 1'111"1'11 I set l'ed'' the I railroad
In ths country winning in \1, i I .111\) sent planes
Hampshire primary. The '1 I h 1'1 I I I I", HI t h.I''M in :Noah
j Showed Oov. Nelson \ji il'r, the I boss hada
of New York moving '1niernan,
he won the Oregon primary .".rs rat 1 I'nklll Gulf He
j Oov. William/ I .
Itic I I' ii "ii.iO i IItma1
j Pennsylvania announced K t"slaiion. the tux cut and
t candidacy. But it was 1I < ,,1 1 Righth ill, through n
Ooldwater a conservative < '11 rrs.
wept to a first-billot I hnson, entertained andi m
I tlon at the convention I
i -I i pngned for election Texas
Franolaco. -- ... OJ -I Zile/ dancing with lads guests "
The only suspense .,it the \\hite' House and throwing LONDON lOHH ..N
Democrats before their < 1\1. FLECTION II' 'ir t L ndoi Ban, euid"at't i> i i Jiii I t I"" I dIII" III' i'I "puign blirhrl uel. He pulledthe 7e .. -
lion in Atlantic! City and Sell Hubert Huinim shut rleIlItatapl"! ''I. 11 i rI.1 ,111,1( 1 car of his 'beagles' an-
question of whom Johnson, w.iMnj to DCI.I.IU: :i <' "onntion" leloirates the ,,1IlltlOl1, mined such economies! an tween leaders ot t the t ail i'1 ,
name aa his running .' tai in Atlanta: r It' .li" Aug 27 i 1 loving' certain military bases and Orthodox ihurUas i II
Not too surprisingly. LBJ mil turning otf the lights in the December, the Pope made iiu
Ssn. Hubert H umphr. A While House Hn admmistrstion longest papal journey in historv.
Minnesota. not touched bv two scandals, to attend the 38th International I
Johnson, after ] involving Bobby Baker and Eucharistic Caigres.iii i Bombay. 4 r
rough campaign won by f/a e Mailer Jenkins India.
liesteet plurality and per \hen American went to the He reopened: the Vatican
the total vote In U.S. polls Nov. }. they elected Council begun bIns predecessor -
Ooldwster carried five r i Jara I 1"1.on, by a larger plurality Pope John XXIII for its d
italic and Arliona. it Ihan they had given Roosevelt third session Sept 14. e
The editors voted the < md huenhower, in fact theirgrv Csssius Clay, 22 self-pro 1
of Nikits Khrushchev aa i" ,in U.S. history claimed "the greatest," won the
munlat Party secretary + !Nikits Khru.hch.v.I'ho wssisitd world heavyweight! championshipfrom
U.S.S.R. premier the No. 2 s9s ss Soviet premier end 29-year-old Sonny Listen In
of the year. ( nmunisl first secretary was the seventh round in Miami I
On Oct. IS Tsar it' lee ted by the editors sss Beach Feb. IS- Two days alter
that Khrushchev, 70, i 1\ mkei of the year in foreign the fight Clay announced lie
quested his r.I.... from ''I <>" had become a member of the
joba becsute of Khill,>h,hey visited Hungary Black Muslims. Because III I
and bad h"lth.L.onid i I ured ScanJinsvn. for 18 Clay's hernia operation Ni'v.
57, was named .. I s He gave Egypt a huge 13, a title rematch bej ween C lav I
Alexel Koeygln, 60, wgr i ,arid received' her support and Llaton was postponed until J Jt965.
The stunned Wsst, r RuxHian fi reign policy. In IAN a' .EMlNG.t
viewed Khrushchev's April II i wan rumored!: had died, The l Beetles. p-topped rock
largely aa the result 1 ,in! his 70th birthday April 'n' roll quartet froi! Liverpool I
ideological split with t fir usa made a "hero of theS became the overwhelming dll-,
China, waited to learn a '<.i I Union," the country's of the adolescents in 14. All.i
Mr. K'* brand of KHRUSHCHEV POPE PAUL VI DR. lUCENt CUTHRIE AMES HOlfl'A i highest sward. the second: of two month-lung
existence: would continue Then in October Khrushchev's tours of the United State, John A
replaced by I new, tougher -......,...... "'- i p'ii iirilt disappeared from a Lennon, Ringo Starr, Pan,
I The No. 3 story was th second strongest re- placed some 60 Americana and M">sLOW building and Tass sn- McCartney and George Hari"s
t lining Civil Right *, next to Chile's 800 Belgians under house arrest nounced he was being replaced took back to England more than'
t The story had many 1906. "until U.S. and Belgium halt I bv two of his lieutenants, Leonid II million for s month ot 40 .
Early in the year Ameri'e 114; 4,500 military aid" to Leopoldville Brethnev aa party secretary. and performances. Their record at, rI
\ eitie organized school Ie.. downtown Then on Nov. 24, 250 white Alexci Kosygm aa premier. bums sold more than 2.5 mill,,,,
to protest racial was a shambles and hostsges were lined II pin ', Khrushchev, who had woundup In the first month of release
caused. by housing the 49th state war Lumumba Square, Stanleyville, in an ideological fight with their movie grossed more than
April a 26-year-old aa high aa 17JO mil to b* shot, just aa Belgian 1IiiI' ; Red China and failed\ to drive 11.6 million in its first week I't 'e'er
minister lay down In the paratroopers arrived. Among the / the West out of Berlin had de- America. And Ringo survival!
a bulldozer during an limited war In Viet several score murdered was Dr. ..,,y, i ided to retire, Moscow said having his tonsils out.
lion demonstration, was Aug. I when three Paul Carbon s U.S. missionary Other winners in the news- lan Fleming, whose caret t I.,
to death and rioting .. PT boats fired Dy the end of the diY, 790 lerEDITO 1 t ,Mn maker poll taken by The As- some extent paralleled thai "I'
II through the city. destroyer Maddox, ,.o isted Press are: science, Dr. James Bond, the British teL'i I
Oov. Ooerge Wallace in the Gulf of Tonkin, Pugene Outhriebusiness: Henry agent he invented died Aun
barns emend .. r n Ford H, labor, James HoPs
the North Vietnsmeae S NOTE y ; 12 In'a Canterbury, Englanl
marls aa I .,., raid against the The Tap Stories ef the Yea religion, Pope P.ul1, sports, hospital Sales of the James r 4
batter than even he had In the bay by the end l Newimeksrs<< .( the Year ('ttssius Clay; entertainment, Bond books are in the millions'
t' and American Turner Joy, war leltctloni ire mad In strict the Beatles; literature, Inn Three have been nude mto
phrase "whit bscklash." ,. 4. scesrdence with beliefs re. 4 Fleming, woman newsmaker, movies.. It i i. es ,tmsisd that
Malcolm X left the order of President turned, by news editors efAeseeletea' Lady Bird Johnaon. Fleming made more than 12.8 CASSIUS CLAY
Muslim and founded hi carrier planes then Prsss member j'.I Dr, Eugene Outhrie, veteran million in royalties. Fleming,
f black nationalist ,roup. torpedo boat'a bass newspapers end ,.dl. and Public Health Service medical who was 56, suffered a heart
t Martin Luther King depot. Red TV ..otl...., News edltere Nobel Peach Prize for to retaliate but era asked. annually ta vet. 10-man special thriller about aeciet agent 007.
.: alstcntly asserting the I far the news stories ef ....t. .. advisory committee on smoking Lady Bird Johnson the most
i 01 nonviolence.: .. often-changing govern eel Impact and Impart end and health. The panel, which active American first lady since
After an 13-day South Viet Ntm Maj./ ta name 10 tap news parsen, look 14 months to evaluate more Eleanor Roosevelt as woman
far-reaching Civil Khanh came to elitist. Selection dos natnaceeearlty i than 1,000 studies of the effectof newsmaker of the year, receivedher
paaaed Con'r.... The a bloodless coup Jan 'Indicate support smoking on health, reported first honorary degree March
banned discrimination In the tsrget of s short far pollclas carried aut In Jan 11 that cigarette smokingfar 31, from Texas Woman'a University -
facilities : himself in September claries theses ar support of outweighs all other .asst I made speeches, stood in
Th bodies of three civilian govern th* actions .f perianschoson. of lung cancer: and cancer of the receiving lines and visited
men two white, one over with Trsn Vsr They merely Identify 'larynx. "pockets of poverty." She else>
volunteer in Mississippi of Saigonappointed tKo tap 10 news stories end The Ford Motor Company, campaigned, with the President
registration drlvII.were ,Individuals wh. mode the under Henry Ford II, this year and without him, making the
burled near Philadelphia, Chins on Oct. 16 ex- top news of 1944 In their NEW CIVIL RIGHTS LAW IN: I SE Eugene Young, introduced a spats car, the first whistle-stop train trip
on Aug. 4. The FBI first atom bomb, and ...pelf"" fields. 1), of Jackson Mm. gets hit hair cut in the barber- Mustang, which: has been a big undertaken by a candidate's
and on Dec 4 arrested called for a world aucccss; the company alresdv wife From Oct 6 to 9, aha
moat of them hop of the Hotel Muehlebach. Kin** City on July 3.
; on to diacuss banning rifled hostages were saved by has built 271,332 of the model traveled 1.628 miles through the
spiracy: charge. pon. the paratroopers and flown to The ihop'i refusal to cut the boy's hair July 2, the day Ford, who supported Eisenhower South In a tram which was n'd.
In St. Augustine, nuclear scientists Leopoldville After five day of the Civil Rights bill wss signed into law touched off I end Nixon was one ,'f f the white and blue inside and :ji
persons wen arrested In wee small about U.S. and Belgian rescue opera i.t-in by members of the (Congress RUMS! Equality first from big business it Indorse .
Right demonstrations the first U.S.A-bomb. lion In th* area more than Lyndon Johnson for the
holding a national convention in the LIU Barber is
March 28 and I. of
April Defense Robert Mo- 2,000 white persons had been presidency. Ford wet di\ Need: c
16, in New York' 101 It would be many evacuated.: Ninety-seven were Llcvd Soper Feb, 13, 1964 and la rumored ube
off- uty policeman ahot .... Red China could (known dead and 500 or more engaged to Italian-barn
year-old Negro boy In a attack war missing, Mrs Christiana Austin 15 HENRY FORD II
Rioting atarted and achievement could 9. President Johnson "promised James Hoffa, president :' the
Negro neighborhood In China's prsstlge In less than a week alto the I < million-member Teamsters
The riot ended the Africa and even In assassination of his pred. ne"r.i I n1\1I1. received his tirst M Trying To Find
one dead 141 injured that the tax cut and Cml Rights uion in five federal trials in
."..ted. There was commission under Chief bills b* enacted as men"'mils( seven seers on March\ 4 indtunooga.
rioting In Rochester, that investigated to President "' .med, Thfwere. \ i >, Me was declared:, Out If :Man Can
Peterson end Elizabeth, .Inetion of President On Feb. 26 LBJ signed .into g ,' '''n i of i trying to rig a federal
Chicago suburb and made public Us law the biggest tingle" in* i r n i IlII\ m 1962 aenten in ; Uke Bird
And on Aug. 31 In September found that due:I ton in Amemen. hll. ''I -> i gut seas and fined 110000. Fly
Miss, white slementary Oswald .ctln, 111.S billion cut in Indl".1 1 Hi appealed. In Chicago Aug.Hods .
President SEAFORT, Dl (AP) -
peacefully Kennedy. and corporate let III. And :ai was again sentenced,
first schools in <) evidence that either July 2 he signed, after a Ittei i I Ie wars and lined 110,000 Flying by napping your own
low the university Jack Ruby; who shot fight In Congress, the v.ountr'tmost ,ii fraud ,m obtaining loans from wing ta for the birds, but It
acted of 'the on's million may not be muck longerA
integrst ai part sweeping Civil Rights iii, ar\ 1280 pension
prartlcal-mlndwl scientist
4. The earthquake T.)
10. Legislative respporti n
rocked Alaska at 5l36 Congo, Communist went is what they Celled\ a\ whe: l Pope P.ul1 in January' made named John 8. 8 ny, SO, at
Friday March 27, w. rebels overran the on Feb. f the Supreme < ,uri the first papal plane trip a Beaford, and a college junior,
strongest ever to hit Norlh part of the country ..ndAP's ruled, 6 to that congress) 'Itt ,' igrimage to .the. Holy land. Stephen Moon, 19, of Fairfax,
I Va., have set out to determine
In feruealem'
he met with
district within eachatat ahou:.1'
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Patriarch first
be substantially equal In populs THE BEATLES "i'ectmg, in Atbenagorss.five centuries be- LADY BIRD JOHNSON dream of man flying Ills a bird
Top Ten Stories lion, to end voting inequities CM t* made a reality
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AP Newsmaker Poll Winners for 10 Years that bird electronic- a bussard taeitru named ante,Lao.soda

1. .Psllflcel campslgn end (. Red Chin*'* A.bom. nudew111 teach tkem how.
leetlen 7. W."." Re peftI Leonardo his
2. Khrusnckev'e asa sI Vlslenee ,In C.",* 01' THE YEAR AFFAIRS SCIENCE BUSINESS LABOR RELIGION SPORTS TAINMEHT TORE WOMAN till manyaldwl: gmtu, Loonar.
I 3, Civil' Rights t, .President's l legislative do da V\net. who tried, but

5 4,, Viet AUak.Ness eerlheuei. 10 pre.Legislative rom reepp.rtl.... 1964 J.hsses Khr".hchev Gwthria Peed H.II. Pawl VI Clay Beatles' Flaring J......." filled< ,back to solve the cftaUewg of
flight la
I men6e 196J Kennedy D. Gaulle Peeling Fsestan H.lle Jobs XXIII Keufas' T.IM Praat Kssndy the early letk cen.
1962 K..4 Cessna Kebey Ilia Geldbarg J.h" XXIII Lits's' M_.. S"'Mell' "kesnedy fury.
1961 h".4 KMushchev Gegorle Rasm.y H.II. Blake. Merle Mie.w Hemingwey Kseeedy The odd thine a* Bee sy IMC
It. ta that so little effort
1960 Ke".4 Khrushchev Van Brae Romney HeH. Jehn XXIII Penrsee. Gable Drwy 55 bn Mad la modern
s et 1959 Kkreshchev Kh".hchev Vin Brous Romney MtO14 J.h" XXIII Jeheases V... 0..." .t..10. sane follow ap D* Vlact' Idea.Class to
195$ O. Gaulle O. Gaulle Van Brave Resnsy acne Jeh" XXIII Stn..1 Chbwe Pasternak. sans MSt.r contacted tilt .Laogtsy
1U7 Khrushchev Khrushehev V." Brans 1',4 Meesy G,....... Berdan'e T.44 Cesseea Ouse IUuk'" Field pwpi hits MOM flight
1.56 I..h.wer Nasser Selll Frd Massy Grdstm Lutes ..,..1., ChllO'chill Kelly denlopm-tflt tester tn
"SS Ihs.nhewer 0,11. Salk Feed Rea.r G,....... ...4,.. Kelly Wash P" ...... Margaret/ world, and coMulted their the n.

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product Into tb* affluent __ TIle Air Conditioning and a. a record 60,000 unit, according find aaytbong' oo ttt* art uaI dy
comet market frtgeratloa Institute add that to FerklM Enemas, be. and the seeks of hard OigM-
1964 Claims Record For Tb America Horn LaiMdryManufacttsrer shipments of unitary air eondl American Trucking iasoda.Uona Thrt'a wher Lsxmardo u*
Association says Monica waa up SO per cent to Inc. says that gales of all busied meets.lent' .
t hlpnenta of weeh Ness u 680,000 unas and Installation of track tOWed the 1.13 million who .he.4* the .tectr.
wasltr and dryer crane to *> large central station systems eetlalNl.Railroad. n.* su.lcJ raswarrt Iabona"n
.- Production Of Gadgets 007,000 unite, up 1.7 per cent coat a billion dollar compared rid t record ,... of UM OUPOM CoaspMTpUna bare
J I from 1M, and topping the vttkfltl million in 1M1 UlUoa for new equipment U to Mart Uourdowhll flying
KHRL&ilCIIEV NO i Nv.FR> LEADS LeonidBteihnev I r.cord at eigttt years ago Mobil tames tad railroad U64. Tae. Association of Amert. 4ectranle lDarllUl..s
who repis, c-a N I k "a Khluh..hehud of NEW YORK (AP) to highs\ wr mlad. by only ai I,I Doing something shoed the ear used SO per cent more Oars can Railroad says this .U a 99 and hlghape.1 eajMnu r <::0r,
production of the gadget and arm. weather apparently bad a ban.Mr mtnuza ta H4. And tile Aluml. per cent lacrosse over 1663. bow h. dew h and .how hard' boo
the Communist Party' n Civtv'her speaka.. Nov 6 It a enricea that Americana crave year A II per cent Increase alllll Association adds that chip. Hauling the materUla and good work at ..
Whether WI oil
gathering marking the ", InnIVC'ldf"t" the Bolihevik. for the good life, 1X4 la claim. auto air conditioner, the ado or la sales of auto air condttioaa meets for us* la containers that satisfy conumr vast Than tilt experts. mwtic j u.
revolution. In front row 'u ,'' lilt t I tie ion Gheorge lug this title of champ TBCS in production ,and ala' brought tile total to 1.4 million, packaging, and eoosumsr durable IDuMMcI rail hauling by 7 per ackaaleal.. wiu be ailed: .
Maurer, Rumanian premie 6> ,igaridn Premier Todor Output figure now arallable this par underscore tile ama according to Warner Electric was ap SO per cent. This cent to MS bUUoa tOIl mlloa.Alrersa tnalfM tfc* anw om> ,< a h.,
show' that la moo categories, Brake 4 Clulcn And Admiral brought production to a record production: also ta. thy J'CUIIC mar v China Premier r hill I-n.I'I. outflow.
Zhivkov. Red I new Soviet front washing machine to dUeeei inC Corp. apse room air modltionr a.. mlUloei ton, compared with croasod The Aeroepace Indu k..O figures v j: .. ft,
Premier Aides Koiygin and \\dIl'1,\ < ih-uht delln trucks, record were eet In Here are some Cgvree and I gates set a rec.'rr) at 2 5 minion last rear' U m11UoL trU Aaaoostloa put*It it h MOO tiCWiiar- 'J' o .'i (rut
o/ the Communist Party ,'I i Fat ( ,er' d" other, each U auto, the old stlmate on tile Rood *r unit*. The output of dl.*.! track hit ta 1M4 agaiaat 11,000. tartl' 4. 4


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J\aplcs\ part Tp Before Judge

On Traffic Raps
stead Fear People May Expect
J Four teenaged boys appeared I
before Juvenile Court Judge Richard .
: VanJerbllt Jjeaclt M. Stanley Monday nn traf I
fir charges and one hold nil j
Too Much From New Year
; I driving I'rlvll.plI suspended for I
Mu A. fosterChristmas MI 2.JJ6J 60 days.
kIz'L The ir.>'esr.old youth was NSW YORK (AP) This trained for the Jobs mechanized
i* behind us,, derM. And Hanks to l 11111 a clocked at 86 miles an hour along year has been so good that ears tndoatry offers. The treat hope
the hustle and bustle 01 little girl, lI'OIIItI all net u. i the east Tamtaml Trail are felt In many quarters that now being expressed that the
:, wrapping, and matllni; ness, bad a wonderful Christmas near Monroe Station. A Florida next year mss" seem like a let. economy will grow fast enoughto
then the tearing open: A very special bouquet t" i,\ n" Hlghwav Patrol plane made the down becaii.itint !public Is Inclined absorb all the newcomers
autlfully wrapped pack,, Bailey for her humane i'lea f't, ibMHitiixi, and trooper Robert to erlw| t too much of It. seeking Jobs, may be dashed.
gone for another year help for a little girl Weliii lutltixt' the drtvi r. The fetlt-i l il administration And the public is notorious for
Santa was good to at. Mr. and Mrs. Earl c rug of rime judge made "deals" with reportedly Is getting plans changing quickly from too much
108th Avenue had as guests last ti It two 16,\ear.olds who drove too ready for M\ such slump In confidence to too much caution
time last week It looked I; week Mr. and Mrs. G E, WlcklnsI l P' fast, hut got their license back. confldem o plans to stimulatethe Inflation lant a problem now
try small Ill girl would lof I Port Charlotte and Mr and lie told i one boy that If he ViI)- ecORlI11with more tax cutsor and seems unlikely to be in the
often, but thanks to Lynn I, Mrs. Delmar Beauchamp of \tales a ti ifllr law before his greit Mending If the pace months Just ahead. But beyond
who told us on the radii,i Punta Gorda. Guests also were 17th t little 8-year-old colored I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Storms 'Mors lit'ense tor six months. year's fit growth far from reassured. They cite
;c Davis, ill In our local:.of Fort Myers. A week ago It had been suspended earlier In Almost all economists In and the recent scattered rise in
_$l, the response was won, Mrs. Craig received word that the vear. out of government agree how. some basic materials. They note
w her niece Ellen Corley, had ar. The second It.year-old was ever, that the first few monthsof that the auto labor contract and
rived safely In Turkey She is arrested till going too last foiondltion INS will hi even more bountiful the one the steelworkers are
PointJgh In the Peace Corps, and will be 4f < after h* tailed to ne. than the final ones of 1M4. expected to seek could push
gffidab stationed at Kartkhale, Turkey gotlate a curve In rainy weather. They cite the special Incidents production costs up faster than
where U a peace corpsman she life license had been returned that held bark the economy In factory efficiency l is increasing
Pride ToM Is will teach sewing" Her title there to aim lUst one day before, at the autumn particularly the All this could lay the seeds for
"Bayan. the end of JL 30-day suspension auto strike And they cite special future Inflation.
Yule Record Mrs. Charles Foster of Und Imposed in the fall by Judge reasons the first few
Avenue had as guests over r Stanley. The boy promised the months of 1965 will be more active
WASHINGTON (AP) Post. Christmas her son Malcalm A. judge he will drive safety from than thus normally would
%(Oclal. are proud torn Foster and grandchildren Bob, now on such as u nt.up demand for RENEW YOURDRIVERS "'
JwXtlated: at how smoothly Sandra and Pete of Cape Ken. A lreai old boy was stopped| autos due lo the short supply in 1CENSE! TDuRIXC
wtfythlnc went during the nedy. Mr. Foster is a government for driving a truck without a the closing weeks of 1M4 and rouR -
,hMmas null rush and theope4ay employee at the Cape driver llcense The luikre suspended tear that labor trouble: In steel BIRiH MOXTN \
hiatus on deliveries, Nice to see Mr and Mrs. his license for 30 days, could cut off metal shipments In
I > the first time anybody Inipartment Dave Kephart of Dushore, Pa., beginning the day the boy peases May.
' i' could remem. back In their home on 103rd the driver's' test and gate a After that there's the rub.
carriers were given a1.da1 Avenue.Mr. license And that's one reason econo. ,
Christmas holiday and Mrs. Oscar Bolleau mists are varying so widely just
delivered last Fri. of 94th Avenue had as guests now In their III'OOll'l1011a for 19fir.as .
Day -Satur over Christmas Mr. and Mrs. a whole. ENJOY
| Edward Landry, afSeattleWash. IRI Any letdown after these special
1d Historic
stacked up In some Ington. Ed and Alice Landryare stimulants are withdrawn
.*, a departmentman former residents of Naples, __ Church Damaged might make both businessmen
; said In an 1IIt.nl.w. and are presently staying In Port and consumers nervous If the
jre were no report of any Charlotte for the winter. PROMINENT N A TI 'nALIFTS 1m.II nut ""f'-'IllIl Itllth 'I i Hi I I n, II i ntni Hy Small Fires fast growth rate of the economyin CLEANDEPENDABLE
leupa. And It all went out Dr Mar i>rMilni pi) .-rum cl h. i. at i ('anbb<'an <1..a'd'II') ha.lust, 1964 now pit at around 7
y. ANNUAL AUCTION complct) .t wnrkiiiK at',itnm in Naples :Much of thi mut.Mial gut li- MIAMI (AP) Duwntuwn per cent slows down perceptl.bly .
three-day accumulation Please remember the annual prvd during thin two week stay will find its a ainto their next Miami's historic First Christian in late spring business
o unprecedented problem auction of the Naples Park As. book on scnu-tropual Florida. Church was damaged Tuesday could pull In Its horns, consumers
e total amount of mall soclatlon will be held on Febru. night by six small fires report might worry and postpone
red on Monday was the any 20th. If you have any artl.cles edly set by men who mail some pureh.....
aa the total amount on you wish to dispose of, Visitors At The GardensTeacherWriting themselves at home and toukedt There are other tuurds that
I 22 and 40 million place call President Harold Hulpleu meal In the kitchen. economists see ahead, without GAS
,than the biggest day In the at Ml 2.2224. Arrangementswill Inspector said four of the being sure that real cures are insight
mu rush," the spokes be made to pick them up. fires were set in the office of .
said. The dedication of the asso. the minister. Damage was saidto The labor forte will crow rapidly .
[ Friday Dec. 18, the peak elation building will take place Duo Rate be In the thousand of dollar next year. Much of the
aiverles, an estimated to. the latter part of January. Cochairman *. growth will be from youths un,

274 million piece of mall Larry Faller and Ray. .
delivered across the coun. mood Foster will have more
|The department estimates to report as soon u the def. Wafer Supply Vital ConcernBY
year's Christmas mall, finite date is made.
tog Dec. 1, at more than 7n Mr. and Mrs William Hallicy,
i piece of Vanderbilt Drive, have as JOHN BYRAMDr. table solution to the vital problem Trust at Sllmbrldge in Glauces.tershlre TOMATOES
11 estimated that 60 million guests over the holidays their Lorus and Dr. Margery of the world's water sup. although the two places
that would have been niece Miss Marjorie Schlotter. Millie, who have written 15 pub. ply which I* u serious in Is. are on different continents and COSTS LESS
er.d last Saturday were beck, of Boise Idaho. Miss listed books on nature and natural rael and Kenya u It i*In Oall. several thousand miles apart.
Bred Monday. Schlotterbeck is executive director history, have been on I fornla or South Florida," Dr. Each collection contains many
Ve knew early In the game of Idaho State Board of Nur working visit in Naples. They Locus Milne, professor of too. birds of the same species. TOO !
I. were mailing earlier sing. She will leave Naples could be described if authors. logy at the University of New The British Wild Fowl Trust, $1.00Bushel
probably had the most sue. about January 4th for New York inr* ldenct at Caribbean Car. Hampshire, said. "Agricultureand at which Peter scat, son of
early mailing campaign City to attend a special meeting dens, where they have been but.ily Industry demand fantastic the famed antarctic explorer,
scent history" the spokes.Sala of the State Board of Nurses. photographing and taking noteson amount of water and many of Robert F Scott I* director
Mr and Mrs. Ed. Harroun the collection of birds and it* natural source are being has. been active In saving the FOR FASTCOURTEOUS
eople were using their ZIPs of 103rd Avenue have with them fauna and flora of that showplace. polluted. Industries eventuallymay Hawaiian goose, which was aLmost
and that helped a lot." over the holidays her daughterand Besides the beauty of its sxo. have to be relocated on the extinct. It has bred these
other boon was the wtath. husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ben tic birds, plants and flowers for seaboards where they can use birds at its shelter In England,
which held good In most of Williamson, and grandson JBflof the visitor, Caribbean Gardens desalinized" water from the markedly Increasing their num. tiring Container, -Tick Your Own PERSONAL SERVICE
country except tor the Dunwoody, Ga. according to the Milnes offersa oceans. her and has recently sent4
w.st. where floods raged. Mr and Mrs. Norval Nelson valuable ecological picture of The process of converting saltwater pairs to various wild life sheUters Located at big turn of Airport and CALL :
dais also figured they of lard Avenue had visiting the EvergladBlg Cyprus Into fresh water 1* still a around the world. Carlo
d ave $3 million or $4 nil. them over Christmas their chil.dren Swamp region of aemUroplcal tremendously expensive one, he bean Garden has received a Goodlcto Hond.) Due cast! of
extra from Kentucky and Gainer Florida. said. The present aim I* to pair of these rare water bird.
by not having to pay
iliday work or giving com. villa Fla. The latest of their books, obtain 1,000 gallon per dollar On their way back to the Unl.verslty Naples High i School)
atory time off for weekends News is on the slow side this "Water and Ufe," published by cost, but even that price wouldbe of New Hampshire at TROPIGAS
week, but do get your articlesto Atheneum, discusses many of(he prohibitive for agricultural Durham the Dr*. Wine will
department said it had me for the next edition. world's problems In connectionwith Irrigation The attitude of Euro. stop off at Pompano Beach
Ived no complaints. And now that 1964 is almost its water supply endthepop. pean and some of the African where they will lecture beforethe Immokalee Tomato Growers
behind hope you will also nations toward their water pro. Hlllsburo Club December .
ils weekend Friday Jan. I, us, ulation explosion. The Boston on
other The, Post leave your cares and woes behind 'Herald called it "one of the Hem I* more realistic than 10. I t
will be back too, and that the New Year most Important and readable ours, Dr. Milne added. ,
re department --
will bring you all health, Margery Milne an attractively ,
1963 books natural and
of the world
I standard operating proce.but It wealth and happiness. From youroT its relation on to man vivacious, dark haired wo. ............................ . .
}. No mall on Friday
usual Satur. reporter to all of you, avery Naturally, the husband-and. man, works with her husbandon
through a*
go happy New Yearl) wife team is Interested In the the research and preparation .
water situation of Southwest of their books Along with
"II I Florida where dry weather,the "Water and Life," another of
Impounding of water by a a,.. th.m. "The Valley", which deal
tern of dams, built by the U.s. with the natural history of New
THE NAPLES Army Corps of Engineers, and England was selected for the
the intrusion of salt water from International White House Li.
the bays and arms of the Gulf brary. The two book are part
NotebookGuests of Mexico create problems for of a collection which Is tent to
such places u Caribbean Gar. United States Embassies allover GET THESE r PICK YOUR
den, the Audubon Society's the world. I I I a
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and YEAR-END SIZE, YOUR
the Everglades National Park. OTHER WORKS
Other volumes by these ".... TIRE BUYSTODAYHURRYI PRICE FROM
soned nature writer The
of Mr. and MM. Arthur Neumann are Dr. "There is no easy and pala. New York Time described THESE GREAT BUYSICLOSEOUTS
them, include "The Sense of
rman Paris and his two children. Dr. Paris is head of Animal and Men," "The Bat.

consulting department at the University of Cincinnati Let Contract For ance of Nature", "Path Across

s. Paris busy studying for a degree was unable to the larth..The Blotto World
Training School and Man," and "The World of
ompany her family to Florida. Night", the last of which I* DOW !
For State Cops In a paperback edition. They
HEADING BACK SOON have also written several child:
erend and Mrs. Tracy Day Spencer are winding TALLAHASSEE (AF) A ren't bout, one of which "The
training school for state highway
Crab That Crawled CM of the
a busy year and will be back in Naples any day now. patrolmen will be built ouUide Pasts to be published la the
Spencer served as interim pastor of the Palm Springs of Tallahassee at a soil of$582,. Spring by Atheneum rt ei.. srm.n.rar sorer

sbyterian Church in Hialeah Fla, starting in mid- 824. The Milnes found a similar 8.00x14 SIZE t.50x13 SIZEBlacKwalls 7.50x14 SIZEBlackwillft
The state cabinet awarded the ity between Caribbean Gardens,
uary for three months. The end of April the Spencersre contract Tuesday to low bidder with Its extensive display of a..

off to their summer home In Chautauqua N. Y., Jack Culpepper of Tallahassee.The tine and Imported bird, tnclud. Blackwalls

ere they always look forward to July and August building to be erected log the world' second largest
near the present state dead. collection of free roaming water litr . ertaining their children and grandchildren, Mr ends quarters of the patrol, will be fowl, and the sanctuary mala* bMeaet 'QOO ..fr.... 800 eve terse ire us,Rglas wwJJ30
Ed Klopp and four children and Mr. and Mrs. Jack used to teach fledgling trooper tamed by the British Wild Fowl touts ore tatusge III sew d ire ceu'gf

ylor and their three girls. r---r -- .

Besides this family activity, Mr Spencer suppliedpits WKMBHW- A".tW'Z" '-

: In Jamestown and Buffalo during the summer ffT.iWW05 :b'wtfuwdat::. X 14'5 C ite) UH,CtiaJr Nee ehs" tpetN
tf the 1800
then for three months preached at Presbyterianrch 'M see tM ire

\ et Silver Creek N. Y. In the fall Mrs. Spencer Ittcl/lt1lltlH YwM

s busy as the only resident member of the committee # hrseieu limes. M eenaer >'1690

ointed to supervise the redecorating of the Presby- \ Catty laser gabee eaeaosrr 9".
yes V< 64 sew CtlIf" 2 300 All eeeuw
an Chapel in Chautauqua.On qt s MeestnwN st,,. '17 00
December 20th the Naylors held open house in n ybe siN'1 tsetse 2m'tsObee

/eland to celebrate Mr Spencer's 70th birthday Mr 'MM* ,lit "eNKestawe dais 2100

Mrs. Spencer say "It has been Interesting to exper-

ce winter weather after 13 years, but we will not stay Where the o e
rth in the fall if we don't have to" \\\
so long again
The Bill Roberts are back in Naples after being absent st "I e fci
m the local! scene for five years This weekend they () e i-

I open "William. Warren Roberts, Interior Designs" 1 J

iBted on Broad Avenue South and Fourth Street. Open ( 4' 'i ede3e843 HUTCHISON TIRE & BATTERY

Both Mr. and Mrs. Roberts tame to Naples originaU 24 Hours w.e
House South.y
Greenwich .
rom Cincinnati and were wrm a i Dy xfcBwrger
then went with Jane Tibbett Associates here and ....

e five, Mr years Roberts'n WayneiviHe served on the N.board C While of governor in Waynes-of Pilice I 1053 5th' A......, So 4' MI 2-5626

Carolinas Chapter of the American Institute of In- %fl< ..
FISTter1.M 0!1 TIIP. TRAil.
!or Designers.

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now. .

: Whose names ( besides John Hancock's )

/ appear at the end of

.The Declaration of Independence ?



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The PENNSYLVANIA EVENING POST. perfidy ((cartel* paralleled lo the mod barbarous ajri, tad Hogsheads and Barrels of JAMAICA
I totally unworthy the head of t civilued nation. of the beft be
He quality, to fold by
hucondrained! our fellow ciiizeni taken captive. on the
high feat to "bear armi againll their country, to become Ih.'xrltion'ra DAVID SPROAT.
Price CofferPubliflied Tutjday tyurfday
llWI every Saturday Evening., of their friends and brethren or to fall then'

fclveiby their hand.. TAYLOR, UrHOtiritit, in Second.I me
Vol. II.J SATURDAY JULY 6, 1776. [Num.u8.. He kai excited domeltic infurreAIoai tmenglt HI, and bra HYNS" Maiktt tad Arch Crew (late from; Suit
endeavoured to bring on the inhabiianti of our frontieri the Jam,11' London) bet leave, by this method to isfrmhisrienda
mereile6ladian Sang whole It noun rule of warfare 11 an aid the public in general that he makei up all
In CONGRESS July 1776.A He hti didolved Rfprrfentitive M..fei repeatedly' for ep.pofing undiAinguiQied deftruAion of atl ijn, feneiand condiiioni. kind of furniture ia the newcft, falbion, ,il. dome, itifltrj
4, with manly firmncfi hit Inrafioni on (he righu of the In of there / have .
Rage for
,. every oppreflloai we petitioned cc draperyVcnetian, Gothic canopy, four-port aid couch bed
thc'Reprtfentatives' pee b drefi in the mod bumble terms : Our repeated have ( of
Ice oetuioni silo field and camp bed, all orta matireflei, Veaetita
Unite bar tefafed for a long time, after fuch diffblgiioni! to been nnfwered only by repeated injury. A Prince, whole and cRoon window curtails, and every other article of
of the States of America ciufe others to 'be eltfltd t whereby the Jegiflaiive ,
powers cbaraAer ia the marked by every act which may define t ly. houfehold furniture, on the moA reafeaable ",ml.
Incapible of annihilation, hit returned to the peon.! at rant, i. untt to be the ruler of a fret people. AMELIA TAYLOR Muautt and MANTUA M
in General Congrcfs afTcmblcd. large for their exercife | tLeltiie remaining in the meirtimtnpoftd Nor have we been wanting in attenuoni to our Biicift bare.thee makes all forla of milanery goods, vii, childbed linea m,
II I the eourfe of human event, ti be- Mail the dangers la.aion( from without, and con.vuVioni ,. We have warned them from lime to time of attempts childreni up rebel, jams, frock wells and tunica, gentlemen,

WHEN. necelTary for one people to diflolvt the whhin.He by their letiflature to extend an warrantable junfjiflioa Oxiru, Cocks, gloves, sod all kind of ,,needlework it the
band. which hive connected them with bn endeavonred to prevent the population of itiefeftairii over Ia. We have reminded them'of the circumflancei of our very netted manner.-For Pale, fome fine Holland (him fait
another and ta aflame, among the powcri<< of for that purpofe obdruAing the laws, for ntiertliiatioit emigration sad fettlcment here. We have appealed to their ta trimmed
the) e.nk, the frparatt and total flation lo which the laws of of foreigners I refufing to pafi others to encourage their. live juflice and magnanimity, and we have conjured; them by N. B. Part of t hosfe to be let, with good cellars, lie.T .
nature tad of aat.,*'. God inilil them> s decent rtiWl to mi." and railing the conditioni of new appro.priietlons the net of Our common kindred to difavow their ufurpationi,
the opinion or mankind require that they Ihould declare of landi. which would inevitably interrupt o.b connexioni and correfpondente. .
He haiobltruAed the adminiftration of juflice, by 0 'be LET a Lot of good Graf Ground in Spriir.
rtfufinj .
the caufei which impel them to tht fepiratioo.W They too have been deaf to ike voice of jufticenndofcoHifanguinity !
bold theft truth to be felf-evidenl, Thit all mm I" liii mike to laws for cflablilhing,/ judiciary.powen.He We muft therefore tcquie/ce in the garden, containing near four acre, with t count
crowd 'equal I'halt they are.dowed.. by their Creator with hu made Judges dependant on hit will alone, for the necelCty, which denounce our reparation, and hold them dioua Brick.Houle two ftoriei high four room on t floor,
druii Bntlicniblerighui! that among theft ere lib. liberty, tenure of their" officei and the amount. and payment of theirfilariei. it we hold the reft of mankind, enemiei in war, in peace, Barns, Sublet, Smotlc lioufe, Garden, and. two' Pulps of
aid the pnrfuit oll kapplnefi. That to fecure IIJI rights' friendi. good Water, lately occupied by William ahipley. For (It.
government ate Intituled among a.a, deriving tkelr juA Ite kai ereAed n multitude of new officei and Tent .kiiherfwirmi We, thereforr, ire Rrprefentativn of the UNITED tier particulars inquire of David Pancoart. in f'olrlh.ftmr.:
power from the confent of eke governed that whenever\ any of offictn to )karrafi Oil people, and eat out theirfabftance. STATES OF AMERICA, in GinitAt Cexoaiutflembled between Rice and Viat-ftreeti.
form of government become deftraftive of thcfe endi, It ftike tppetliag to the Supreme judge of the world for
right' of the people 16 slur or to atohfli it, and to'lifli. He kai kept among,, in limn of peace, Handing armlet, the reftitode of our intention, do, in the name and by tu ISAAC HAZLEHURST has for fate, at hit ftoit.it
'Ion new government, laying foundation; on futk prlnti- without the( confent of our kiflaturei.. thorily 01 the good people of theft coloniea, folemnly publifh the fifth door above Market-Ami, COFFEE .
pIn, and organising lit power III fuck form ti to them" He bar alleged to render the miltter7 indrpendint of tt>tftfperior and declare, that there: United Coloniei are, and vf right of the "bell quality Mufcovado SUGARS it hcglheadi.(
/Jhall feem mot &likely to eflea their afeiy( aid kappincfa.Frudrnct to the civil! power ought to be. Fan AND JKOIMKO KT STAIIIJ that tierces and ba'rrLt.\ MOLASSES: CINNAMON FOVY.
(Indeed' will diflate that govern menu long eftabhlhtd : fU hat combined with others to fubjeQ ni to t jerifdiAion they are abfc-lved from .11 allegiance/ to the Britilb Crown DER BLUE and' a few gftitadi of ocecding Jamaica. .
feoold tot be changed for light aid tranfitnt wake lad foreign to oar conRuntion, and nnnchnowledged by Our laws| aid that all political connexion between them aid the Aate SPIRITS five yeara old. June IS, 1776. I I
accordingly all etperwnce huh (hewn, that mankind are giving hit .R'r1ll10 their tAiof!relcndedl |.flationt of Great-Jiritain; la and ought to be totally didulvcd sad I
more difpofed to fuHer, white ,,,lli tie fulerable! than to For ejunriering large bodice 0 armed troops among n: that, ti Fttt AND l..iriKDAMT STATH, they hateful! ASILVER FACED WATCH largeukan o o&, 1.. r. '
fight themfeJvei by aboliOiing/ the forma I* which thep oracruAomed. For proiecling them by t mock trial from paniftimenl for power to levy war, conclude peace,contraA alliancei,e rtiblith / ,,', name James Gerrard London No. s",rg.
Bill whed I long train of abufti tad u/iupa* any murders ..haclllh.lIIould commit on the inhabitant of commerce, and to do all other .allOei thing which lupfranpAKT was LOST out of the fubfcnber/a bout on the ninth int. It
lion, purfuing invariably; the lime object, evincei a drfign thefe Aaiei : STATJI may of right do. Aidor the fupportof ia fuppofid" to 'be Aolen by perforv in company with tan
to rednce them under abfoletadefpoiifu, it it thtir right, it For cutting off err trade with til l pint of the world i this declaration with a firm reliance oa the proieAion of others, who were known to pal6 by raly thai lIIorn"I' Ar
it thiir duty, to throw off itch government, and 19 provide Fur impobng" taxes on HI without oar confent : Divine Pnvidence, we mutually pledge to each other our who (Ihall hue it offered lu him for fate, ii delved r
new geardi for their future frailty. Sack bar been the pa.titnlTeffernnce For depriving in many ales, of the "benefu of trial live, our furlunei and. our facred honor. hop it, anti 09 delivering it lo Jolrph Steward in Hanover
of ....f. culonici, and f"clll"ow ike ,.ct(. by jury : Signed by 01.011 tad in niM Air of Cotcatu, townlhip/ Burlington county New.Jerfry. or to the priaier
Cijr which conftraini then to aIm their forma fyAemi of g wyernmeat. rot, uiafportiBg I' "beyond fell to be tried for pretended JOHN HANCOCK Frcfidenr. Mall have FOUR DOLLARS reward.
The hiltorv of the prcCrnt King of Great Brliain offencei: Atteft. CHARLES I THOMSON. Sec.
hi(lory of repeated Inieriet. tnd vfurpationa all having For nbotiftiiag the free fyAem of Ergliflt, laws In 1 etetgh.bouring .. T 0 b. SOLD. Ly AUllln and Uellinll, at their gut
I. direft ohjeA the eftabllOimtBt of an tbluluit lytanny over province,, eflablifhifig therein an arbitrary government npO be SOLD, the brigantiseTWO FRIE\DS. She Oil the wharf a rw doors below Chenut.freet Bar
thee Itaua. To pro. this, let fafli be fubmitud to a candid and '11.,111' Hi bonadarie, fo ni to render it at nice 1 it. prime failor, but' three years and curie. Iron American blill". and fqua,. SlIcI. //hut..4
world, an example" and It inArnmeai( for introducing fame abfo- niae hundred and fifty or a ihoufaad barrels of /floor, rod Jon. Bike Plates fpriog. tea Kettles Dutch O'CI'
H. hai refuted .Ale. aflenl to .laws, the not whelefomi aril lute rule Into iKefe colonies i The ehoosse MARY ANN.\'; She ii a prime f-ulor: but Pots Kettle and SUlleti. Tea at the price I limitld) 'by"
aeccOary for the public | od. For,.kl'l.wI,oar chtrten abollwing our mol valuable four yean c.leS. lad curie: four hundred and fifty barrel of Coitgrefi, loaf and brown Sujari MolalTei./ French Brandy,
H, hai forbidden bit Governor to pafi Ins Immediate( .. I.",., and altering fundamentally the forms of our govern- /bar Fyal Wine, Nutmrgt, bpermaceu and \VhaleOil, Muk
lad prcffiag importance, ales fufpended I. thtir opc/aio menu The fchooner Ii loaded lid re tJy' to go, and will he fold .,,1.) lit. Ac. ..C.MWiCOVADO. _
till hit sliest IhouU.. be obtained | tend when h fufpcndcd, For fufpending our own leiflatnrei and declaring alt them with her, cargo or alone. She hu an inventory fuiuble and
kt hn inert!* neglected to attend to them.Hi elves invcfled with power to legiflaie for ui I I. taCtiwhaifoever. complete. The brig may be fined for Tea with a very mail SUGAR and COFFEE in b"glhn d"
has refuted to paft uthtr laws for the. accommodation; of .. cipencr and the fchooner requires none. Both vefteli are &UN TC\ in quarter chclb, PlMEN10 -
large diAriAl of people, .aUr. thofe people would rtlinqulfhIke He baa abdicated government here, by declaring n of very good, but any gentleman inclining in parchafe may have CHOCOlAfE: and PErYtK Madeua W'I'o.1'!'
iatlli- kit protection tnd waging. "".,.1.. ni.He them viewed; by and and of cholet>
right of reprtff nation In the !Icgillainre I right roper perfoni. Inquire for Mr. JOHN quarter talk a few quarter cia
mable to them, nnd formidable. to lyrttti only. hu plundered our seas ravaged our coati, bent oar pARRY, on Laid; the brig, it Vine.ftrcet wharf Eipei h BRANDY. to be fo'd by Samuel Oarri&ae,, j JUI.
He has called together letidaiUe bodiei at pieces ..,%.!, town, and detioyed the lives of our peopb. ud Co. in M"k.t.lrcet.! near the London CoaTce-konfe.
comfortable., anddiflant from the depot1 lory If their p.bIK He it, nt this time?tranfpnrting Urge trmiee of forcigimerteaarlei r1 0 be SOLD a Quantity of very fine TIMOTHY
of .III.O( to complete the worki of death dtfolmon and of INDIGO to he fold b, Jamei Ca-!
"eonh. for the ole piftpof fatigning corn and J. HAY of this yur'i gioih. inquire cfke\ AQJANTITY
plitntt with bit 11III1'...*. tyranny, already "beg' with cinumJUncM of citdty printer. :.rarest, the CoraCl of I piu

I Answer advertisersDid

you think the Declaration of Independencewas wait for the little old man ringing the little bell. ) But in that case, we could hardly expect mem-

carried around on parchment scrolls and readin What you paid for this newspaper today just bers of the government to use these media to

town squares by little old men wearing funny about covers the cost of the paper it's printed on. publicize I their own shortcomings or mistakes.It .

hats, white pony tails and ringing little bells? Everything else-the entire cost of worldwideand is apparent, then, that advertising is intimately

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like The, Pennsylvania Evening Post (above). And actual engravings, typesetting and printing has the press.

these papers were supported by advertisers like to be borne by local and national advertising. Because there are advertisers who want to tell

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only sunestlons on how to

make administration jrtlotu ANTIQUES DRUGS LAWN CARE

-Announcements 21-lost & Found 49-Houses For Rent SB-Lots For Sale more eftertive In the Ml right

VERA'S BEAUTY SALON LOll ""d-,.. Buiov. wr n Wttcnv"Jn' 2 kedroom cottage. completely I UNIT APARTMENT SITES field. SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP f k 1 TOM Ea '
South Sun.h,n. Foodway Sat furnithod 2 block' from MIN block lo .both ownar naodtmoney The vue pretldent.Sl't l who PRESCRIPTIONS I '

Corner 107. 7th of 11th St Ava A J 5311 .J?.'.*"5 Ml ? M>s or .ch and par Soatonai 12/M Ml2MBI St try |SMOSavorai resigned 'TUMds as a isnitor xxff ; r l

7th Straat MI I.*W7jll pnt /M H Ian 'In Part Royal' a' from Minnesota, said in u\ in.Wrvltw [ vQf fit AI" .,. R.... Prompt '>.. 0.110(very LAWN & SHRUB
tf I0$6 >'lca. H."..... of "I..
.... fuofted .ott... n10rLIN .
)1 .
that he has held
UNIFORMS, 23-Misc. For Sale Yacht 14..or. City 55I. lau In ava'v p'lta arockat t n... 3 o DON'S CARE J1 l'
I) U All alto H .,. T 1c..I.. Mateo M3.11 / bit of conference on what LIGGETT REXALL .- .g.:
P"" PULLER RNller A-.tle.oe
indl.ru. W h.v. added lOll 3.5251 III" If Gift Jowolry
.Birco.... HIMLINNIEt. FOR SALE PALM[ HARRIS ANocill.CrayY,1 Pl.. Johnson calls the antlpovertyprocram. Noplo Shopping- Cow*. 22116/ M "r "
Cs.' pli .
. NI
16)1 Hendrypt r. Fla. 50-Rooms For Rent HP Indicated he Is moving BARBER SHOPS EXTERMINATORS SERVICE STATIONS

PLATES24Va" Watorlrrrt 'let% tin 111 oncanal eautlousl in this Held until .
Roam Nr rent m pr..0 Mme INdnp:, to N.,... Bay Johnson outline. whit he wants ROS B..h, Snaps NAPLES PEST
: x 36"Ideal .a _rklag, man 0' moms, Ml and Quit 11500 aach P.. St. "'I.,..... N B 0 IS
2-Bikes 23213. Il'S In niesssf to Congress. The f Th... ", ..,., th' ," ( f1 CONTROLRY.CE .
for lard Miali Hih around, pivad President has asked him to Cpi SEKVICE
041051 .nd ::0.11.t 2S .. ...l f\ M...,, ,..11 CF"" "
Honda N I, monthold Quit Hotal. aftar$125.IckmNunt.r Hunting LodgesFish 7. U 11/3 If dn | 00 mo serve .a a
I UI'O 619BoetsMotora Room fo r .nt ..It.h.n "Iv' 1 SO.US lolt ItSOM oaLaria programs 0 ..>< 0-2.30 C..eet Sun Mac home, Rood Sary40tO ...
Camps lain Call Mrs Ollunn r 376151Wlnted 23141 () '1"u',
:12/24 3t watarlrnnt lot naar Gulf As a prospective fulUlme op. Man fnd Cray Hair REASONABLE .RATES WoldbyN

Roofing & Siding $500 00 erator for Johnson In several 1 N.tu-el I.I.I. North YOWl Ml :} 9817
Accts. U.i"l Halt, .uli. C.II Do> MM, Ml. '.""
Excellent Insulation To Rent TYj7ta fields Humphrey's biggest
FlbsrIallbeat6 25c ear No Tomnm., Tr 1041 11111 .
1 M 4 badroom I bath tinfur space In the Capitol buildIng

INS CHRIS Bait CRAFTS Broking COLLIER COUNTY NEWS b.nlahad. ....homo.".bl.. with J option w.."...Mutt III :mriVnd".tt".V t.I.ifs*11. from which to carry on hisforthcoming JERRY'S JACCER INSURANCE v y
Boat -
Ucad duties as presiding t
Silos Avo Ft Punt, Fl. 1100 dawn l! .
Smith eh".Cralt
Bob Brunk Martin' Ml I I.J757iT and SAVE ell', Do your own rut /" 't liar County .wy menIti II off tier of the Senate. DM CLCANINC 1av5MONI'-IOsnPAnU5Nt I r I.
upholitary claanlna with
see Luttra Kant alactrlchampooar 1 lake Front let*. with or win Johnson has assigned him a ONE DAY I: AUTO-.O", .... C Neu"Yuen r

alata.,.250 both a 15 dandy hp IS'S"0', : tn $I Naplai 1110 Furnlnra y 54-Trade or Sell out 111\1\ Tr.ll.r tf I Lake Kelly I aw four.room suite In the Executive SERVICE! /A I 'U'"LU tN.N" Le'I ::: J S..,.. Me..... \ 'V'

Cycle angina, plus *51.k0." Office Building next door to the I NOaN trail' MI, 0-rill WORK (HAR4rmrSII ,
lit* jackal. aida curtain, top Trado claar, lot 17th St Mop 71' k'55'' 0" 0")1 Av. Gold. 1 42 6th Ave. Se Ml. 27390ft : ;:
Oil I MiO baforo I. JO .m. ort 26-Pertonal Plop ....t., faclne two .*...11. I0 Shun ...tr.".. II 1t".1 White lluuae, Humphrey has a leSAv. lo NT ; 4 .
47SS attar 10 a.m 12/1 tl Fort Laudardala' Value t*,OM H.bo 0" ..".1. ,loot off See mall suite In the Senate Office
ALCOMOUCS ANONYMOUS Trade for0 to MO ..,.. on '.000 141 I..th An. South
ff eh'II Craft Twin ne.n.a Man or xaman woe 1r1051n5, hitiway will pay dilfarancaMul 11113 NS9Acreage Building as yet DRIVE INS JEWELERS
Ned. Dapth Flndar. torchLilht problamt Am for h.lp kr call prIes and /location to P J unable to wrangle any conference
firm Call Cockpit: Ml 11340 Covar and|),000 Ml in| Ml J41SI v.t.,. cordiill.., M,nek. IXX South Ocoan Driva. room apace In the Capitol. BtKOtHIllfm I.t! I TROPICAl
Fen Laudardala, Fla 1224I
aicom d Maatinft n f r leaplitt f1 '
72171. UIf Johnson had several conference .E '
Churck Anne on llhSt 'tl UPHOLSTERY
"It open custom bult bo.t. at >ih Ana avary Tub ."d OIL SLACK GOLD rooms there when he wu vice i V MEADORS'JEWELRY \\t

.0 law HI"bottom.1.40,10 vary M.cu'fact motor I4SO.. fri nfhl, 1JO f> M.38Autos 55-5tores OfficeAir TEXAS TEA r re.ldent. ,tee to JYJ'u": ,:bRj ;% I1 h\ rI __ C." ,,, IslP'

"anton' Port Marco Ml t.M14. Cad offica In the STONE Where oil flow money irowtAnnthar Although Humphrey Is expert- I, {Il"" .L.......... f If f
12/11 tl For Sale BLDC1 SO Tonth St No Low naw IM bolrtf.' pponad all '':: /*> .-14te MI KIITl 1 ..,, 'I"'A't\' S
monthly rontal Include talaantwarlni In Handry a Cellior' Cot. Waoftar ed to be keyed In on major !": r -( ordar i ,
WILLIAM B. Ins following for your he Is wiuds > nr TM SOS0 .
aarvlco administration programs, H.Ht> Troll lily llaili MJ I "ih Ji N. Iot'.1 M01EGLER'S
14 FOOT FIBER GLASS TOP GRADE USED CARS STONE. INC Ml 117)1 12/1 tf rnn..d.rationIM cautIously as
BOAT MOTOR AND TRAIL likely to proceed
ER 4h HP JOHN SOH ALL COLLIER COUNTY thro, IPltbor rsnl C..t a 0 ml' from Now Goldon the President's spokesman inConfreas. -
ACCESSORIES!. NEW BOTTOM ''' .11 6111 M.MI data City I ml M now ..\ 1
AVI and House
MOTORS 'lmor Senate
PAINT. EXCELLENT 2 / If ...w.y INN mlnaralright.
SHAPE $ ?J.00 Ml 2'760 IIISSS par acra leaders have a way of preferring .
USI Cad 4 dr radio. "..t.,. r
pw ataarlna, pw brakaft, naw 57-Houtes For Sale "0. 2 ml to of ParkwayII to Interpret White House ,
outboard motorand
sea Wiiard raa. I emus. I'M ar Trade par aIt requests for themselves. llumphriy jft'CORNER >\.
t sal tank Vary good Call.. Bill Portar Ml 2413
condition Prlca |40 00 for quick probably will work lose- K
1"21 H TRAIL FRONTAGE:: I.... a 1ST on Slat Road

oils 120031 205 4th Avo South For tha_bits stud car buy In tract LchonO with. road ',ont.... full nor met _104.|.MOO.. 00 Island davafop. ly. with them, but give advice 0) HA/EL ABIUHAkWJN ', 1e.eeeeeee ?

town taa WOOD CHRYSLER only when It Is asked.
RIDGE LAKES: Furnished orunlurnithad I* 0 A f4l jAVlIk eee
PLYMOUTH North Trail Immadiata occu '70 a. 17 ml front New .11 Dy law, Humphrey will be. .eeeeeeeeeeeeeee ,1 l

5-Business Opps.IMMEDIATE anCK. N... Golf Courao tiald IMOO 00II come a member of the National

1958 BUICK CENTURY HT a *Mon pavad al.t.ra Security Council As such lie
INCOMEFOOD ,d )V4 mfrm Qoldan Oat --- -
will be continuously Informed on
BCV DEALERSHIPPART Geed. $393.r; ill Ir.d. REALTORS foreign policy mitttera. Sec re. FWtt ru>*10* CUM I
for .....11 fa,.I." car Call 4IJ Fifth Ava SoMl a. 5r.ct5 00 dn. IHOOCARIBBEAN tarp of Mate Dean Rusk la is.pelted PINE LANCSDj.Salmootook and LufCi GNC In the Monday Food tank rot <.>t

OR FULL TIME Ml 2-6242 2S22I. 2140) ItM p.0 ..... to assign a high-ranking Icortng honors night Commercial League wlihLuffs _.... Soot || 5thll.5la5.M1
Hara It a ground floor OPPO"tunltv .. 394 lob
for a man or woman to T55J Corvair Mania Spydar DUPLEX complataly I fumlthad Mnv olh.: 1sod REALTY buys department official to fill inHumphrey Monday night In the Contr.ctor's coming out on top when (railing k So* M OH.
rnaha to oo.v ...vi". mill A Conv. amkar rad. shill I aadroom such aida 10th Ava
Sport he while 000515155.4 tl" MMTaao
he rolled 21/2
periodically as won
marilum place of bUll"'" with top black .tor'o', Full loot,,. North $11000THOMAS REALTORI7M League as they Wimp'swere II MI

built'In ...", .for"d A maun.lt who raninvamt man! panal ,Includaa tachoma. S32 Park St E. iSouth MCIRIDE Ml Raallor 2 tM4 No. Tamiaml Tf MI 24IHIfO did Johnson.Humrey. limes of 173. 395 and 194, taking 11/2. The first. ling It Inanraaao !.. sub

aquipt A 1200'inventory' In a boot tar dar. riaad manifold praawra praauira, ipaadoma cylln --'- sub an Stoto Hl*>woy | has been dUl,. good for 1 big !log series but game was i tier the second *>al.a ka* |er.. 'I'l 44 4

nar- that can bas 'arfa aa 1.ed'o.'' 4 ptadt an thaChavroiat Hi1! $100 par acra with flvo yes,. Dated to heed the President'a won Wimp's by 12 pins
you art able to Ink it Contact floor. WW Y.rI Only 1),000 A FEW OF OUR. ta pay. Committee on Equal Employ. despite this, Moon's Masonry by ''''IIIIIIID!
Poka Cora. AmsticoP.O. miles C.II lOll .un 11111 tit MANY LISTINGS could win only one point while the third going to Luffs by cola Ire 41 r'N'
men! unit lee. Its ls to ,,
Box 924-1)74 ISM Sarawta f... Nomad Station Wa.. lId,,,, fu'''. 11.110O S ,cr.r'.:.'In.Hy'hoRANDOLPH Stu. H1., eliminate Owort rash discrimination Job Moorings Texaco wis winning i margin of IS pins, and onBta tv 00.pOao.tea .
1961. In like naw condl Dorm I lath N N.pl.- 5.7
iron t h Luffs tataipLea4y19 .
I lion oriflnal ownar. alwav H4M FULLER Rottter Intlne government three Sill CunnlmhamwuhL; > taking ,

12-Help Wlntedr.Xl'lRIENU.l beN In .Raraia |.ISOS.. .MI| t 457, .*,.. .,' 2 Bdrm. 'i*."iieio t Bath"> Fur!' Laraoi ..PA5.MINHARRIS.. ., Aataatal* contracts lfUSlln\.ot\ governmentemployment. for the winners with I lOlgime Trop a won 411. four from 'p g'0.11. aii S M"
:. Naplaa i to
) cooks: f" I Bdrm 2 Balll7500 en walarBath Day OalonD 22 4S Eva. 2..*. and a 812 MI. Tex I rUvermin p.lm.alte Mobile Homes, the Moo rt.. II "

diihwsihi kit. OK USED CARS t Bdrm t naw 4 .baautlt 10 eereadlMnlng C oconut All of this looks exciting toHumphr. rolling glmel of 216, 190 and Mlied Grocers took three from Ofalara IICaoaM at t.41
<. port r<.
i tit,no Orove city water and MreettSit .,, who Is regarded as 192 and a 698 led Firestone Brehm's At Unite, Paul's Texaco ,...liti.o* N aMUM
chen maids. Good INGRAM CHEVROLET 1 Bdrm 2 Bath on watar Wlkto ,
help MO. term
Bch S20 000 particularly ad.|4 at pullingnew a three-point win over Fuller and Plttman Funeral llonw mortlrwwkla

working condition and 1 Bdrm I Bath I. lot-IM.MO A.i.t" l ltIe...e out of the air and re. Industries who had lUrold Mil'* split two and two, DrookiUJe '"f 40 I*
J Bdrm 2 Bath Lot 110 IIItir >> Phil N. lI'y" Hil"7 Olen
Set Mr. Dudley, Hoi.Idiy fining them Into 554/010 56N5 41 If
wairra programs
41-Trucks Tractors Anchor
MO Icr shooting 1 870, using I won three from Lounge: ,
Inn. 1100 North Trill 1 Bdrm 2 Bath Sorrento Oar. ROBERT H. JAEGER aut there la one drawback NAMING te* 41 I*
MeiilcrifthadCkMinUles and Swede's Auto Trim won ..._. M M
219 (
... IM1 CMC dan Sit.740 jime. aaia
The vice volu.
No Phone Call. 12.23 RtShort Pickup.749 ta Truck turt al LOWS Laraa-$1.100 1 Bdrm 2 Bath Fla. Rm No111 $I"-i"R..lto C1,. Tel, 1110$ mlnous speaker presidentelect In the Senate a rolling I :20T-5M is they four by forfeit from Marco l.u.. ore oftaorl 55 lt N 5.4N

ord.r cook and dithw.th S.a LUFF CMC 'INC today 1 Sdrm 2 Bath Obi G...|*-.n ha* lost Ms forum. lie will hive made It three over wood Ch rys- bland Development) Corporation laearlal .,..* 0.51
ar B.ronl'a' Burcar P.I... 421 tth St No Napla coIf reuraa |M-720 h .c,. tilts |l.00 dawn and Solar who could not field I team h. 115, I50!
M40.i I .1216tr Tampararv addraat ) Sdrm 2 Bath CBS. carport .. .ianit'> Na ,Ins-0.51. to await Johnson's signal tobreak ler ss Red MiilSOslngla 1170. N11NS P$ It>
.to 114' .MO 131,00. Q.. inlla{ ..aGala.. this newly enforced Il|. game and H. Reed turned In due to the overload of work. -...... Ia11No 01 11ow910.557N
;ounUr help,inTi1trhen 2 Nom I Bath I. lot-114 7MImmaolato Cllr. >Oaan lu" arCalllar the
44-Mobile Homes ; poataaaion on moat C.v"'y salty. lence. 178. GreeneElton'a676with.out Joe Salmon only

help wanted. Apply Mn. of Call th.2tlH.. or Mop ,In at our mC 6IIAN tiTTZIRbGt l Nb I 300 gime was not enough 600 of the league is he shot<< raanaaM' ,....... 05 II

Sing Lamplighter Cafa ti Mortal Trailar t lobs. front all.Co on north hi.way 41. a4. acraf ar mora. II ta 10 ftalavattam IS Stone Itullders look Diley' games of 179. 210 and 211 to l..a wit 41 II
tarla 8 am to 4 .m12iW lota lab Kally. So *2" almami froal f... e Everett ..,... 1,550455 ..
p Ih20e- 0iflb hit the
for It nose.
1 on
lUll ll45Trailers CARIBBEAN REALTY with oarfacl natural I dralnaiatJMM I DUtrlbutors kiataa ,.u.. ..,.. II 00
tfIt.ffn. REALTORS nar ears loss. SOfTIe other nice scons [ tallied I Sri using 1".1 $0a510.
)7M No' Tamiaml Ml 2.516
DANIEL, WESTER HULL .. 1111"1 1 IS 11 01
,..'.u..nt. raquirap.riancad ..: For RentPrlv.l.ty BUDGET MINBtDf Rag $. I.t... Sky shot wcret Ctrl Armbrust a 222 game and Rex Polly 5550, 0510/ ....., 55 11I

short ordar cook and Ju.l 11400 down. with FMAlarma AttaalaiMMarvin Mika lawanM.rg I 208 loner,Leo Wood 174.JwlMet' came In with I 220 and a Ml. ..,... (aratt N 11
count.r hap ovar 21 yaar .f ownad at Lana Kelly movoa you Into a naw Ibadroom Web,. CfcrnaunDavH lob 3 21 1. his new _.....'. 500001 8'
Steal r. using
Ral.K 1 178. ( *, Wimp Johnson
010 Apply in r.r.t: ; Modarn I BR. 10. M houu 2 bath houao 7 block Shod 4 U S1 Ml 11m 9.o>*a ...1... lar*. II N
North Snack on tha Trail 12/21 tf trailar' Air cond. contra! h..t. f,.",' 111 b.ICh 0i5 My:50HsMe. 1\35. W. Spleei games of 133,, bowling ball rolled consistent tlllad rating II N NNI
Napla compMtayurn, Largo ,.,. Mt acraa If.,. in lilt a*> 198 Nits II u
TV and to
yard Avail immad Ownar will FULLER Psalm a'.. COLLIER I COUNT 1:IS and 130, Dili llultwrt 171, limes of 190 196

13-Help Want. Female rentN ....... IUO 1041' /551 PALMER RANDOLPH' HARRIS, AaaoeiataTriyton REALTY, R....., 11/11 l/ John oirvln 169, Gene Maw register, a 684 and Ed Harroun '_IIIL

Ml I 2 .JSf 12/S tfTrailar Covo N.plw. Fla 141 sir. INataS ::Count r 180 Moon Mulllns'4. Alton turned In I 202 Ind 641. Hob ...,'. **M0fau 44tn fl'
WArnt w.nted .t 001500Gal. lor rant ........bl.". Div 2 24 1 Eva: UlS3 Road tt 5,0 104 T Or, lake *.*ll* ...* M Pt00Ma'O
Club Hou... MI 1121.UIU Spocaa.lt 00 a waak Rock Cuttom .built I t bdrrn, 2 balk Good rich farm land I.. J''n. Matcher 182, Paul Comes 173,, Moorhead rolled i big 231 gameofd ulwuM n
IfCh.II. Crab TtaN' .Pork. our eAsort homo Florida room. lar.. utitny Inn. Newel Sale Manager >. red tell 199-633 and lUy for a 6S1 set, David Lyon ".....'. Fweral BUM 41 If
I"S If avatammany MARLOWE AND BECK Uff eoc 6,4 004AMINI
.".,01 ..... ,.d out's room oatraa Cloao te Sanatattliaol I ong 172.' Dill Stone wis the hit I 202-643 George Lowe 014 N

tarIatoO.ork. don't. 1y.0.ppl"on't. 1041 wool 2.m.'0il For Rent. North Naplaa. 7.5 REALTORSH n Broadway sharpihoour of the evening 614, 'llerb Ue 691. Arvll Holland ..... ....... II Ie.

1 n 48-Apts. WYTR17t ,n ."'... p.scaOf Mouhalt.u Sulldne. when he convened the 6-7-10 681 Carroll Arnold 69fl 05.1'. 6655 14.
wth 0 cmortabt.1regM.ly Everglade* City Florida .11" 0055.51 II 41
Vouni eain I artorehna.a;u.r: Eft/ c ... Dar .1 ecr.o0l new 2 kadroomham.T OX 1201KJN I ipllt. Deb ftoyd 6M, George PUwnan _.t.. II 41
Out Rattaurarrl ) to 10 tl'lk ....
'rls w.th 50455'1 1610 00 15
> S acroa ntiraary.lock -
"lay .... tady Rafaranci'aciulrad .. Month I MC I Mi It6Rt 200-660 Ron MoCuna 8R
w. and i acraa cI.. ... ..,.. ilia"I M
0p.rmoc004 ru. : 2-4496 ar M. 2-4155 body for vaa on food roadThi AND RCSTAURANTFataetlanad IUOOIUIVE OWL! Uvell Meadors 208. 'IvanHamilton
I2/)0 .
rad Ml 2 4200 a lha markat in Va d rb i I'
will not on
EBB TIDE APTS lay* Saa ua for ....n. eaMh IitaOafft ....."'. rhe league .leading TownaeiMi 633. Dick; Cele 647, uaiean

Male. ....... Aaaooiatoa i roduca >ontlnued 10 win Monday and Ed Lynn 111. .
14-Help Wanted Weekly Mso.tltl' Phil N. Kayoa MiMy. Olaon MARLOWE AND BECK i -,. .tPtral
K.lly Rood REALTORS night In the Const net loo- mvmtlnt mm.krlatla 10 Vol

Auto Maehanle' moot bMw ROBERT H. JAEGER in 'HlII Av. I* Mrs League is Red Lord shot "OkrltllaaIMHM :: :;t
.. 1",.'" SABLE SHORES APTS. 55tM5 '$
>'0 t and alifnmant Ml SOUL a utl 1MM of 182 191 ind 180 uses ar
eporrasI Rry R t er.kN games OMIM 5.001055 N 05
w.lh tee 155
'n rhry.l.r Ml" 2-"
I I.. .IrI. Wand Chrv$41rRI Naples .....,.... CIr hi. 2141 --- and fti lead the team 10i It II 1555150 ,
I2IOf Kelly Roil .... A-... A... 3 a 10 .IotI ....... 11 041.07 05
mouth 101' "UI -By 0..".. 1 kao'rooro 2 bath 6S-Gen. Real Estate three-point win over Tom's Ianp 555Ma 15 14 55041100
Wanted\ n.ght watchman. Call Fully forenhd I b05r05m. Mar kaach. Pricad r.(M. ..., I ......... 11 M 754/17 1\ M II
S WUI oitonaion .20I. 12/11 MPortM40 ...t". 2 IMCM Prim b..cll t.....* Ml 2 MIS kafor* 9 P m Laraa itiand, .n t". C.,,." American Service. Tom Egf 66.05154 u 10tw .
Av..b'' J... th..u.h .March. Ill I** Saa Can,.. '-u'", i tit lesion's 601 was high for the _. 34 .e De51'5.1101 ...
hour waak. pal" iii Mo MOMti IV ST6NCWa 1 I.LNM .1
T CabAdult" !"Hi/ $5 /1w1'1rnc1
holiday, vacation. all company 7r Stu Av South 12/17 mHFfT havo thaf.lia- ho no$ kMcrs. A big 220 game and a 5.4Mm ..., MI5'/ 05 05,

.-.t'G"r"l.: Mr fri i now undaf t40NC1ii SUN CALL THE NEWS! FOR u' series rolled by Everett 665.117 se 15
W 2 .......'" ..... cemNN/h fw' J BR homa* 4'. 0. Nor". N NN101IP
dov s.Md. 5,0110 woihm/ lnleplwry at 511110is Rordo* Avo RUBBER STAMPS was high for Standard 550504151 5/00.0 NS
I'cycla carrlar ...ed.. lor I base "," .u.. 500 FIIMl 00 ,.
.". NMtorso. .1.. carrlar. ; May'3341 m P32111naI2S NAPLES......SOUTH_ Circlo .U.... 'HI i* they won ill four points PrN.y00NO. el M 11,01 N,u. Se Nem.
M amiHarald on
for Kw. ,.. Chak oral I2/2S M Ni ROYAL PALM .DRIVE' Twol PUBLIC NOTICE f from noel Haven is Everett ...... 5165.5040 N N55w1il M 5' 6155555
Truck went CNI Paiii i I k-draom vnturr SRWllil 011.51111lsod$31N5C Oaldwin wit high for IN Mirlni aw.N/10555.0. 1M 055455. Nllp II 5.IIrs.
Pre '"UWMr 21251 12/31 n ...od opartmarrta. Air Condinonod BuiMartM ".'eI n 00050, 1"nn tCsI The 11154 II 10.
kaatad A.Uy' oar Tort S4 N. Ml" 2 I7MSO r..OI" w,..... .M. Nt.o j W'w0. with 6/4. MooN Lodge eal', IMM/ larrta .. W tta /1 M
Tolorad koy- 9t nOn for wart mtf4, ValM.M..J1"II Croatba ..Nm5. In rnsSs n IM b.. stayed In the second spot in ae4e 555 1.5 540005 ..._, N 05
.. ru*>
and. Ao-rfmonta M HOUle: DAILY ..l '"d .001.05 5p .. to N 00w'
rem work Moot ka pray aor M 01.0onl .._ wlfo
lad pdraical canditw Aa- North. 2 Cil. I !l71. and. 1 24M. frN /h0. two 005,0151 :0.... 40.M./'vIto.>< nr0,. the league when they won dirt -... tkatar 55 55 HK.II ...11 N I-

P'', .n ...-. Frm!**?* Lav "/ll tf I N :rta"A"OY, So. Pel.o ot P.lm PJivar Apartmontt at H'a'k BIO JOB( O..r1'.d by hug from A lied Cs.lng 12. and the ....... II 5056 54. aiatir loraan HM|, II lv

!'I r,+\I 1M Ir Mh A,. South ,..rN.MdMsew Apt Pith ,51071 .. (Tanth St NaF.t 101' '.'ft' war1.-r MNKO axd lubd R.vr.''''Court'I. C.t.1r Pa105 Cout> anchors and a portion of the thlr puce Kapks r nllooltrtlree tw4.._enrlatlaMsrr.... a. M roilor looawtaabwtal N 4
If Floriolo MMond ,501 .5 ( It, Queen Lluttwth shipyard 50 15.t -'.* 14'
t> 15004
ii... Ti.wis.man w....'. i .-" 2 kaalroom ., .. ta points f from$hcr.ckCon kaltdarara N N
,wno"" '" r .....rem ......... 'i' katk CBS iMwao an % .ant awnaf rages lilt an extra,long HMM
011m65b ..... A_ nOt Den .. f.th0501.. w'"' Is5Cl..h
IM M Allied H .
Ch/Mrs I handled struction. Paving 404
.. 24M4It11
S1' -12/11 1 =:' PNe: J' M l2H 511.611 *t .... C.,<..04 Co1 .4 r- brash to touch up ...110r///, /1 ,1e0 .. wrae nnr "
I moved I from seventh 10 1 tie .. ,..
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the .r anchor at lit 544
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I COLLIER COUNTY :WS N.pU., Ft.., Wtd, Dc.mbr 10, IMSANDRA ; Predicts SenateConfirmation ant had "political aspiration NewIn Probe Injuries MOSS THAN U.ut Of
Has and Is taking care of personal FLORIDA* TOIRISTS WILL
friends," but h* said Bums' reported RETURN KM ANOTHER ViSITI' I
Of statement that all board Florida To 6-Month Old
should resign "i* going a little
Abscess Cut Regent Board Fort Pierce Sen. John McCar. 23.year.old U. S. sailor from St. Pete Baby

l ty told the paper, "We pissed Crystal River, Leslie Perkins,
" PENSACOLA (CAP) ben., the constitutional amendment was among six arrested by the fT PETERSBURG: (AP) A T7/
Verge Pope of SI. Augustine said lfor I the Board of Regents) to Federal Bureau Investigation fcmaatlMld baby remained In
! From he believed the Stoat would ap take the regent out of politic and charged with stealing 2t revolver critical condition today aa po
LungHOLLYWOOD Prove the Board of Regents QOV.and I think Qov. Bryant has from a mothball cruiser ttce sought to *>pUln injuries
to Furls Bryant named over Hay tried to do that." at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, caused apparently by torture.

, (AP) Movie,I don Burn objections, Sen. John Mathews of Jack. the FBI said Tuesda Th Infant, Stephen Money, eala.e. RO.na 'I'O..tIt"' ?
hero John Wayne, conqueror of, "I think Oov. Bryant haa <'on. sonvlU said "I don't think a suffered multiple bruise, a wiW seneun.a
I Iwo Jlma, thousand of movie,I suited with the incorotg governor senator should cast his vote four ST. PETERSBURG (APA broken arm, burn on both feet
F Indiana and Western bad men, to a greater extent than I[ months ahead of time but all of Negro doctor has bean elected and one hand, a brain concus.
e ......- says he now has conquered the, have known any governor to i the appointee I know-and I chief of general practice at the ton and blood clot causing EXCLUSIVE AT
k treat killercancer.. ever do," Pope told The Pensa. know most of them..re high two city operated hospital her. blindness, police aaid R&R
\ e "Big Duke," 57, once a five cola Journal by telephone last class honorable men and I knowof Dr. 0. T. Ayer, 51, i nativeof The parents are unable to ex.
pack-a-day smoker of unfiltered! night ''I think the Senate, in no reason why I should vote OdD vUIe and resident of St. plain the injuries, said Pbiellas Our Speciallndivtdu4lity
,, e cigarettes, said a recent hospital senatorial courtesy is going to against them." Petersburg since It4t,wllchol. Park Police Sgt. Terrene Kal. J
# a stay was for removal of a go' along with 1C' en by general practitioners He toy "Th baby sitter can shedno
1S lung malignancy The president designate of the assumes responsibility at Mound light on the m yet try." in .

The official statement at the 1MB Senate, James Connor of Premier Paints Park and Mercy Hospitals, the Kelley Mid the parents, Bar.
time was that an abscess had BrooksvUle, laid there' feeling first Negro to hold such a poet ban sad George Money, both
been removed from his lung among legislator that Bryant Glowing PictureOf here. 24, and their Mtftiborhood. babysitter GIFTS
"I licked the Big C," the all. and Burns should have collabo. Mrs. GtorWa Drtppe, 34,
time movie boxofflce king rated. China EconomyTOKYO WASHLVaf5Jr (AP) The agreed to take lie detector teats. Accessories
grinned Tuesday. 'It's mighty unusual to see a Navy said It baa suspended Antiques
(AP) Premier training flights In KA5C Vlgllan. five this version of
"That's what my doctor tell man with five more day in of what the
me." flee appoint regents who will be Chou En.lal has painted a glow. te Jets at the Sanford base parents said hap.
Wayne entered GoM Sara art. around for the next nine years." ing economic picture of Com. pending results of an investlga.tlon pened: C INTERIORSFurniture
tan Hospital in Los Angeles Connor told the Journ&U munist China, declaring that into a crash last Wednes Mr. and Mrs Money left
Sept 18 for what was then de. ''I think there is some reeling "the task of readjusting the national day. home early Monday, putting
scribed as an old ankle Injury that they ought to have gotten economy his been bast "Flights of operational neces. Stephen in the care of Mrs.
A few days later it was dls. together and appointed friendsof cally accomplished," Radio lit)' are not affected by the local Drtpp They returned home Upholstering
closed that he was being treated both," he said. Peking said today. suspension of t r a I n I n g about 5 p.m. briefly then left DrapemsCarpeting"
for an abscess in one lung. The Bryant appointed new regents "There has been an all-round flights," a spokesman said. again separately until about 8
surgery was performed and this week, and they war unar. upsurge In agricultural and In. Rear Adm. Robert Goldth. p.m. When George Money returned
Wayne recuperated aboard his imously confirmed Tuesday by dustrial production and the en. waste, senior operational com. the babysitter rushed
tire has taken a turn mander at from the house "the
\ the Cabinet. Burn becomes economy Jacksonville, ordered screaming
governor for the better and ia entering a the investigation.The baby has stopped breathing,"
Jan 5 and Burns
said he
new period of development," Kelley said the Infant's father I ot
1. may go to court to stop Bryant' was killed and two JHC.r
Chou said, revived the child's
yacht.RR appointees from holding persons on the ground were in. breathing .
: : Chou'a report on the work of jured when the plane crashed be. and rushed him to a hospital.
permanent office. The Senate
,, t StrikeEnds must approve the selections the government was deliveredlast tween houses at DeBary, Baby Stephen was later takento -: (1'o!
",:t. week before the current another hospital in St.
.... Sen. Clayton Mapoles of Mil
II. \ session of the JACK.ONVi'L'L AP Ger-
National People's ( ) Petersburg
> ton told the Journal "I don'tsee
'i"', .r"M ,. why Bryant should have Congress, which opened in Pek. aid Freeman Everton, 22, of Tallahassee Kelley said the babysitter told 1290 Third St. So.
AfterInjunction ing Dec. 20. was killed Tuesday him she did not notice thechlld'i Member
J : i gone ahead t don't think It was
when the automobile he
,1'-. ;.,,'; that important.! was injuries. Mrs. Dripps Is American Initiiutt
driving collided with a truck the mother of
an 11-year-old
/> :!'. Mapoles said he thought Bry.I RUBBER STAMPS Ml 2.2107 just south of the city. girl Interior Designers

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FLORIO, youngest mil cadet to solo

out of Naples Airport, now living in the north,
has been chosen as the first Kill in New York WASHINGTON (AP) The

state to lead a predominantly male cadet jrroup Southern Railway system got
rolling again today as pickets
Sot- story. pulled out under a court order The CARRIAGE' CLUE) invites you

calling off Tuesday's quickie
strike of firemen.
Unusual Honor Typical was the activity at
Washington's Union Station and
in the sprawling Potomac yards
Just across the river In Virginia

For Sandra FlorioSandra where some 1,700 freight cars
u .Jammed up for lack of crews.
A spokesman at the passenger

Florio, former Naples i'in group competition and four terminal said everything was
back to normal when the South.
CAP cadet, has been chosenas th in Florida state competition.
em's Tennessee moved out on
the first girl of New York When Sandra's family returnedto
time for Memphis, Tenn., at 8am
state to lead jM
a cadet group that Alpine, New Jersey, early .e
Th first
has a predominantly male mem. last year (this being her horn passenger run
from the south was due at t
bershtp The group which has through 6th grade), Sgt Florio Afd
from Atlanta Ga
elected the 19. year old Miss immediately transferred her p.m. ,
Florio is the: The Potomac yard had been a
Orangeburg Cadet membership from Naples to
Squardron of New York City Orangeburg Cadet Squadron and beehive sine shortly after mid. ,4
Sandra Joined the Civil Air Pat. night when the regular crew
In the late fall wu appointed :
rol in AugustlB61 A month later cadet commander. cam on duty.
The picture wa much the '
received her radio operator'sproficiency
Orangeburg Squadron present 4
same over the rest of the 8,100.
card, ly has 47 boys and six girls
mile system serving the District _
Four weeks later she attendeda and has at least six prospect.Ive of Columbia and 13 states.The I :
trl-county SARCAP bivouac and new members.
was chosen to serve u cadet "Sandy was not named a* cadet principal injunction
commander for the occasion commander because of sent against the walkout was Issued

iment or u a novelty," stress.ed in Columbus, Ga., by U.S. DIM :
In February of 1862,6gt.Florio Major 8, Clifford Pruett, Jr. Judge J. Robert Elliott, but the ;L'
started taking flying lessons at "She was appointed because she big Potomac yard, a main gat. w, r
Naples Airport and the following was the most qualified] cadet way of north-south freight traf. ..wd' -
month made her first solo flight, and fully deserved the recognition. fie, wa a special case,
the first and youngest cadet to ." The yard la owned by the .
solo out of Naples Airport. Sandra la the daughter of Mr. Richmond, Fredericksburg 4
In April, 1902, she was a and Mr*. Louis Florio. Potomac line and used by four i
member of Naples Squadrondrlll railroads Including Southern. i
team, a unit which finished first
Firemen pickets marched at
U.S. May Appeal the' gale Tuesday and only +-
about 18 men were reported on
$300 Month hand out of a normal day crew
Court RulingIn of about 7. Little was reported
accomplished after 10 a.m
For Rent Penn CaseMACON Judge Oren R. Lewis in Alex.

andria, Va., ordered the pickets '
in time for the hetvy run q
Charming ( ural UIIUH at Ga. (AP) Th fed. away
of traffic which come at night
the edge, of Beautiful Na eral government, stymied in Aa
plea Hay. T.ln Urdu TV efforts to try sli alleged Ku when citrus rolls in from FlorU
on Cable I'atio I King Klux Klansmen charged with da.

Room Kltrhrnrll conspiring to oppress Negroes,

|Ihwln your boat at your o.s may appeal the ruling of a dls. Lemuel Penn, Washington, D.C
1'111TH MOAT IMKK trlct judge to the VS. Supreme Negro educator.
Court. Beetle's ruling said enforcement I This is our point of view.

U.8 Diet. Judge W, A. Doolie of general criminal law 1*
contact dismissed federal conspiracy a local matter. He referred to BALCONY
Indictments against the) six the state acquittal of murder
Dr. W. H. Shipton Tuesday. The federal charges charges for two of the sis and

1 1875 8th St., So. were brought after two of the said it Is Important that the fed.

Naples, Fl*. iiI were acquitted in a state oral court "not usurp jurladlc. Solitude Contemplation Peace
court In the ehotgun alaylnr of tlon where U bal none." ,

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