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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31 1964 12 PACES 10 CENTS .ht YEAR_ .-_NUMBER 112 j ._
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Up 35 Per CentBuilding

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Judge Smith f Topple In City

Circuit Judge Lynn Gerald said '
yesterday b* plans to put Harold '
8. Smith of Naples, newly-sp. !
pointed circuit judge, to work -

Immediately ,t4" J
Judge Gerald was at the coun. t

ty government center yesterdayto And The
administer the oath of office CountyDollar
to Judge Smith. The Naples
man was appointed to the elr.
cult bench Tuesday by outgoing
Go,. Farris Bryant who had
Just received a population com ; value of new con also highlighted the local build.
mission report that the 12th Judicial struct Ion In the county rote to Ing boom.
circuit was eligible for 54. new heights In 1944, figures
another circuit judge / compiled by the Naples and Col. THREC IN A ROW
"We are far behind In our as tier County building departments Naples' closed ot* the bonks
public work," Judge Gerald HDe rl'6' reveal. today on Its third successiverecord
lor judge In the eight-county cir Both departments reported building year Building
cult, remarked. Public work year-end totals thai represented official Bert plnkston's office
Includes such matters as tax an approximate 33 per cent gain said $13,040,411 In new const rue.
suits and condemnation proceed from the figures for Isst year lion was undertaken In 1541.
lugs, which have had to take a The combined total value of new This was a 33 per cent pin
back seat while Judges Gerald construction $17,484,091, eitsb.llahed over the IgU total 01'9,68'01
and Archie Odom waded througha 10 a new record. That record figure was surpassed
crowded docket of hearings There were 443 housing start/ In September of this ,.ar. The
and decisions on divorce suits, the year, 133 In the city UU total was a new record
foreclosures, and the like ; and lit In the unincorporated at the time, eclipsing the 1M1
Appointment of Judge Smith area of the county. The 143 mark of $8,81IM, a new
will ease the work load on the new home total was only 307. record at that lime.
two Fort Myers judges in this Big gains In commercial and County building official Carl
end of the circuit It Is antld.pated. apartment-building construction Clemmer said his department
The new judge said It Is Issued $4,843B worth of per.
probable most of his case load mils during the year, a II percent
will consist of Collier County 'D -It-Day' leap over the previous
cases, though he expects to be year's 13,138.111. This year
assigned to cases originating In marked the beginning of WIle.ru'uua
other counties u well Set, By LocalTi'ASSfrCrttrOB si at the planned multl
mints 4MUfil development" on
....... *
WILL oN3t* Msrro Island.' A \.substantial
f Judge Gerald said be, Judge jump U Imm idea construction
Odom, and Judge Smith .wmHt also featured the year's! sc
In Fort Myers next Monday to Vrttay In January i, is "Do. laity. .
work out their schedules. Bls H-Day Naples and Collie/
to the city resllentlal. eon.
County ,
not expected that the two
Fort Myers judges will have to The Collier County T. B and strutlton this year amounted to
14,111,129 and apartment a.d
re-assign any eases to their new Health Association hopes rest ,
colleague. dents will shsre4he-heelth on duplex construction totaled M,
Judge Smith retired senior this day and start the New Year 119.SM, both sew records. The
member of the Naples law firm right by responding to their department listed the eommer.
nisi total U $1,008,318. on the
Christmas: Iea1ll11t'U1l'tllI eon.
of Smith, Carroll, Vega, Browntand
Nichols, has been municipal trlbutlons to fight tuberculosisand face of It s slight, gain from
last year's $87I. 09.'
other respiratory dlsessesChristmas
Judge for Naples' since 1953. B '
Bat several big 1 commercial
w. Seal funds support
is probable that he will resign
this post and that acting municipal t W r the Assoclsllun's '.*...round so.llvitles projects were not Included lathe
f rl designed to combat long tit,'. commercial total.Such
judge Thomas R. Brown will .
... undertakings u the 9389,000
In
be appointed his place. I .. term respiratory disease, *
At the swearlng-ln ceremony << t eluding TB which now affect mil Beach Club Hotel penthouse
,yesterday the courtroom was lions of Americans. These funds wing, f 4.tOO bter.County Tel..

filled with attorneys court of. HANG ON TO YOUR HAT. SANDY only five Clock.watt'her Sandy age Ont la the pride and joy psy for educational programs phone building $$170.000 first

flclals, city and county officials minutes to go and we'll all join you in welcoming of the Ernest: Durllngame household In Naples, Mr.Rurlinl'ame to alert*the public to ways these and diseases Naples Notional Tarn Rank project Club, addition 1103,000,
combating
from here and elsewhere, and associate of the Tom McGrath means
U
health and an
1965 with powerful) wishes for bounding They also finance research $148,000 Port Royal Beech Club
lam Judge We. Smith called upon for a lighthearted future for you and for all of us Studios, and he made the picture projects of vital Impor. addition, and $108,000 Holland

remarks after taking the oath, lance la these and other related (CeallM'4 e* page IS)

accepted the office with spirit Baker's Civil Answer From Pope areas Funds raised last In Col
of "gratitude and humility." H. Survivors Tell Of New year
said that "It Is hard to put Into On NY Fair Visit Her County supported many them In* Good) Fishing
porlstS programs among
words at this time how very Suit Settled
very much this means to me"He Not Expected Soon case Median and the mobile In The Cult,

enough continued to believe: "1 that am I not will naive be Out Of C..ourlWASHINOTON Horrors By Congolese VATICAN CITY (AV) Vati. county Fray unit for which the month will be of In Janu the Hays. And I'a.ssea

to lake free chest .riys..
endowed with Infallible wisdom, (AP) The can sources said today Pope ary
"Do.tJey" .has tee eetab.Ushed Loral anglers are reportedgulng
nor am I salve enough to be Bob. Paul VI probably would lint reopi
the
civil salt that triggered LCOrdLDVILLE, the Congo After UcChesney had died 01int.rnal
that help wild terrlfle catchesof
as s reminder over :
Ueve will be for several months to
that mistakes as
,
no has been
Baker Investigation Rebel warriors
by AP) per. the rebelscontinued .
bleeding
the Im.pnrtant la
Is needed to continue grouper out the Gulf, the
made the bench. Invitation to visit New York and
while serve on settled out of court and maybe formed a war dance of
savage to vent their fury on
wort of the CUllefCoun. heaviest ronrenlratlon of thisspecies
But 1 with God'shelp the World's Fair.
am determined dismissed, the attorney for the death on the stomach of American his the refugees said
corpse Association. !' years. BUb mackereland
to do best." The sources said It was too ly
my very firm that sued the former Sen missionary William Me mutilated
his
and then flung Welkins
"Remember trout are hungrily
Henry
romping
Brown president o I the COUAet said laday. early to speculate whether he
until he
ate majority secretary Chesney died refugeessaid
Into the Wamba River.
body seal chairman
U and
bar association, said the rand might accept. Jr., campaign bays passes, affording
today Isle of horror' war pttctcltorlttl.r ..lei. "your Do--Da' eon.trlbutloa anglers plenty of fast action.
citizens at the This Pope Paul received the Invtta.
are pleased David J Carllner, represent. ..eChe....,, the sixth AmerU tit difference .
from white hostsges at can sale a See Victoria Murphy'sflshlRgcolumn
appointment d a local man to log Capitol Vending Co., said he can missionary to be killed by lion Wednesday from Thomas J.Deegan .
the circuit bench. "I reflectsthe will seek dismissal of the 1300,. Communist backed] rebels lathe the rebels rescued at Wamba chairman of the NewYork In your TB association's Is today's NKWV for de.
They told now the programs for better comwwttybeeit1 tails of angling activity 1s CoU
two days ago
population and economic 000 suit In U*. District Court iwihesstera Congo\ 1s the World's fair Lucidlyfbmminse. : ."
growth of this rebels butchered 2S of their Her County water
area.
today past two months, was trampledto
Julian Clarkson member of There were unconfirmed re death at Wamba during almost prisoners between "0'1. 14 and
the board of governors of the ports the suit had been settled a week of bloodletting last 21, ;
Florida Bar, also delivered con. for around $30,000.NEW November. The toll uf while hostages liIpd
gratulatory remarks. massacred by the+ rebels rose to a +
?
early .00 vtth the latest refit.

gee reports.
rn
beatings were an everyday


( c r, 1 1I occurrence"We lived like animals," one
refugee saidTina



Pens Note


Of Thanks To

,

Dear 01' Santa ,

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give them receive, but .It's
also very ito to know your A YFA
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gilt has been appreciated
I I The NEWS U sappy to pit*

fas wrtttet, this thaiduyos sate
from s welMaannere4KeapiUiae.tot .
as s IItt'JIf' addetidusi to t**

holiday sea**. ,

lfl3r'2 Dear"" :
Thank re* very meek for glvtagsi -*
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all! that 1 wanted 10f'arlit.
.... N'DATION PERMIT for new Collier County Library wan Issued Wed-

J 1 1 bops rat liked the IISM, ,.s at th< >fit,. Viples building offi.ial Jfe'it 1'ink.ttoii (left). Permit
tsvat I J&'! rnr you ud that you board hen I'nrks, rrunds' of
a N i ,n M. '. arv preslrii
CIRCUIT JUDGE Harold S. Smith (left) of N spies takes the oath of ka4saUeCM1ei8.. ... and fund director Fran
building rampnign
,, ,TS, talc Robert F kid
fcy 12th Judlc) ("Ir'ult ", ''d tr nudge Ljim G af1tti /
office administered itself will
as I.ibrsn buililmg out
OOO
go
Myers Lots of love K. rot ran It.rk> v 'r th S = permit
Fed atc
Gerald and Circuit Judge Archie Odon 4 rll'bt.1"aadled tx < said, ( NEWS photo)
until Tins Mane fern 1,.r r, dh lu a upi> ',f : ks. spokesmen
oss
virtually all Collier County circuit: court < a




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has pfctoree will always make
movie moo
co-its will slow but you'll be us. No Gary Grant .... ey, sad that la the kind he
Year Promises More Ing more. Cary Grant Doesn't BelieveIn ever You uifbt ran aftMl espect of fee Urn<<<*to*side to ...*.. AI to the films alma that

And so the percentage of eon vtth the forces, of ....,..... Hedoesn't trattfc ill sex and violence, he
sumer spending going tor ..,.. m afcee no )judgment.
ices will continue to rise, though Tm not so sure that

Jobs--More Money To SpendBy Tax not as cuts fut may as lower in recent some)utility'11I'1. Censorship Of Movies Slims"t ,"make.he said B my;;others"BUna own' wish sort that appeal of to- tore young that person he will seee want a crime to go if pic out a

rates, but the companies are to me. and repeat the crime "
SAM DAWSON $38 bUUon in 1964. Stockowfters dlctable weacner can affect t 1 make a different kind of product saw
AP Business New. Analyst are collecting IS billion more in prices specific crops promoting more of their more fuels' ways for toIN HOLLYWOOD (AP) Those rious suite at Universal City and dare to risk the public's Grant. "On the other hand it'svery
possible
NEW YORK (AP) The new dividends than four years ago, CLOTHING Prices tending: RECREATION: power.You'll seeking a clanpdown on movie plans and follows his films from wrath, then It'. up to them. the that by seeing vio
lenee
on
MW promisee but rental Income stays fairly higher. morals will find to merchandizing. doesn't want screw he will be
more Jobs and spend more of your income for no ally in Can Inception "K the public divested of the
more money to spend for goods stable. The total of personal 1 There Is more pressure for, this, especially travel Grant. He doeant believe in Then there Is Grant the philosopher their product, then they violence that Is
within him.
and services that will be priced come, which was M" billion In moderate price Increases In IMfl!\, telling film makers what they and he was the one I shouldn't go to see It. I make no
Spectators drawing
sports are
only moderatlely higher. mi should rise above $500 ML. than In the recent past. Workers''better crowdsbut can and annot do. engaged In a discussion of the claim to know who, (or what, Is "Kids ere so Inhibited nowadays .
Here' the 1MB lion in 1965.uvTo from the textile mills to the participant morals. lie the that they have to bust out
outlook for gar J sports are growing still faster Grant is a man of many coming crisis In movie right or wrong, or where
sour Job, pay, and taxes, and COSTS Will be un. ment centers have been getting 1 And the sale of equipment guises. The most famous of The news columns have been precise boundaries between decency in some why n'. much better
her i the cost of food, clothing, der greater pressure to rise wage Increases. Consumer de-'whether skis or motorboats, Is, these It the film star, imperca. full of it, especially with the Na. and Indecency), moralltv that violent they movie let themselves go at a
shelter care, appliances andservices. faster. maud Is firmer and price boosts increasing. More people are get. ble, stylized, a master of tech tlonal Legion of Decenct condemnation or immorality. 1 adhere to mown > than to bust out
1960 the costs of with tire chains.
Since goods meet less resistance Stupid"and to
of "Kiss Me trust offense
ting longer vacations and taking nique. without, I ,
JOBS Will increasein and services has grown at an HODGES Another building more expensive trips. There Is also Grant the bus I Inesiman Us blast at the film Indus. my fellow mar" That's why the Beatles ire
number but school average rate of l.i per cent a boom could start before Mil TAXES What Uncle Sam who from his luxu tr\'s failure to censor Itselt. Grant believes that the good so good for teenagers'
will year, and the government's In. ends.
dropout. keep Jobless ranks
giveth, state and local collectors
large. del stands near 109 per cent of But the slower pace that developed 1 taketh
Prosperity assures more jobs the 1937.59 average as 1965 in 1964 seems likely to Federal away.Income tax rates will
.
and a crowing population will starts. A .further rise is takenfor hold through most of the new another Procraoi listings provided
drop notch in IMS. Con.gress
demand more goods and services granted, but the pace may year with a stronger demand Program to mesa pre by stations. The
Retraining programs will quicken because productioncosts still in the future. About $26 bile total that seems citizens likely pay to In various cut the :T :UiOG" : vldrd by stations The I :Tfl) ,'l J J NEWS assumes ao res-I IFRIDAY
help some of the unemployment are going up, and as ei lion is expected to be spent for sales and excise taxes, and U V'_ NEWS assume no res- possibility accuracy
list., just as automation will cess industrial capacity shrinks, new housing in 196S Treasury collections stay heal. poeatblltty for accuracy
displace still others now em. the better the chance of making Building costs should hold' .
thy Congress might even cut
ployed. The labor fore will be price Increases stick. With fairly steady Income taxes some more. But ,
growing faster next year and much of the costs now built into APPLIANCES Improvments e.'expenses of state and local
school dropout will be even the economy, the trick is to may tempt more replace,'eminent are rising fast gov.and r THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 31 r t EVENING JANUARY 1 I
more of a problem. Changes In keep personal Incomes rising ment buyers. many aro searching for more .
defense programs and spending FOOD Abundant supplies The Industry report sales in revenue. The taxpayer rarely WINK.Ft. Myers CBS.CH. 11WCKT '
will add jobs In some communl. should hold prices to seasonal 1964 7 cent the
over
were up per wins. ON CABLE
ties and lop them off In others. pattern of changes. previous year and looks for at ADD IT UP The first half .Mlomi NBC.CH 7 ((6 ) WTVJ.Mioml CBS.CH. 4 WLBW.Mlemi ABC-CH. ]10
PERSONAL INCOMES But Americans will spend'least another 5 per cent gain in of 1065 looks like a shinier ver. (3 ON CABLE) 6:00: News ((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE)
Will on rising U the about $2 billion more in 1063 into 6:30 CrOkiteRepon
even families
go 1965. New coming slon of 1964.
than in the previous The 600 News Farms 6:00 News, Sports 6:00 Movie Six, Wthr.
year. 7100
slackensHigher So Variety Playhouse
pace the market will be a big help. The consumer should be bet. .
wag scales obtained food Industry is counting on will fatter personal Incomes. ter off, and so should business. 6:20 Sports Hirsch 8100 Perry Mason 6:15 News Renick "My Little Chickadee"Mae
this year and In prospect for servicing more customers and AUTOS How long the price Just how much better will de. 6i30 Huntley Brinkley 9:00 Password 6:30 News Cronkite West, Wj. Fields

next will assure more spendablecash many of them with more to line will be held i. the big ques. termine how the second half of 7:00 King Orange Parade 9:30: Baileys of Balboa 7:00 The Monsters
for many Americans. spend for higher quality. Farm tlon. the new year shapes up. U eco. 10:00; The Defenders 7:30 Rawhide 7:30 Fllmitones (Color= )
Higher Interest rates will add to prices have dropped but dUtrtb. Labor costs have Just gone up nomlc growth continues strong, 9:00 Bachelor Father lllOO News 8:30 The Gallant Men 8:00 Farmer's Daughter
Incomes of savers. Pensions and utlon costs keep retail prices sharply, but the Industry cur. its very momentum will prolong 9:30 Hazel (Color) 11:20 Laramie 9:30 Comer Pyle-USMC 8:30 Addams Family
similar transfer payments have high and the total bill may be Is absorbing the rise be. Valentine's
rently good times for many months.stool "The Stringer"WLBW.Mioml 10:00 The Reporter 9:00 Day
risen from |33.8 billion In 1961 to around $84 billion. The unpre. cause Its production efficiency 10:00 Kraft Suspense Th. 11:10 Orange Bowl Special 9:30 Twelve O'clock High
has Increased more than the 11:00 News Sports, Weather In
10:30 Tops Sports
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.ploi, fl.. Tkund. sales continue to boom, profits 'IORIDA' wilt Carson (Color)
"can be maintained. U sales falter > RETURN FOR ANOTHER IBurger ABC.CH. '10 Edwards, Yveite Dugay, 11:15 Wthr., ABC News
the rising costs could bite ((5 ON CABLE) Keith Larsen, Gene Igle- 11:30 Les Crane (To 1)1UO )

hard. Automakers are counting 6:00 Movie Six, Wthr."Go slas.WCKT.Mlomi. Late Movie
million WTVJ.Miomt CBS-CH. 4 "My Little Chickadee"
least
on selling at eight West, Young Lady"
TOMATOES cars In 1965. The sales record T ((4 ON CABLE) Glenn Ford, Ann Miller NBC-CH. 7 May West, Wj;, Fields
should also guarantee is high 01 c RE
6:00 News, Sports 7:30 Jonny Quest (Color) ON CABLE
higher profits. But if costs ol r rr FM 6:15 News Rtnlck ((3 )
materials, such as steels, go up,,, 6:33 News C ro1kl.te; 8:00 Donna Reed 7:15 Huntley-Brlnkley WINK Ft. Myers CBS.CH. U
car price. later In th I 8:30 My Three Sons ON CABLE
so may ((6 )
II 7:00 The Orange Bowl Pa- 1:45 WCKT News
9:00 Bewitched
year.SERVICES The rise li rade. 9:30 Peyton Place 8:00 Friday Comedy Special I 6:00 News

$1.00Bushel ..... 9:00 Naked City 10:00 Dick Powell 9:30 Mike Douglas Special 6:30 Walter Cronklte Report
1000 The Defenders 11:00 News Stewart Sports 11:00 News, Sports, Weather 7:00 Batt Ie line
: 11:00 News Sports, Weather 11:15 Wthr. ABC News 11:30 Johnny Carson (To 1)) 7:30 Rawhide
The Show 8:30 The Entertainers
11:25 Late
11:30 Les Crane ((To 1)) Color
"Rock Around the 100 Late Movie 9:30 Gomer Pyle-USMC

Clock"Bill Haley and "Go West, Young Lady"His 10:00 The Reporter

II Comets star with Glenn Ford, Ann Miller .Jlcuti.( 11:00 News
Bring Container-Pick Your Own Palace Johnny Johnston. allTHE, .ys/ n. 11:20 Movie
Anne"Wendell
j 1:00 News" En Espanol 2:30 Roller Derby (to 3:30)I COLLIER COUNTY NEWS "Laughing
Located at big turn of Airport and ) .htn nuking a pi-rcS i' from Corey, Margaret
N.wl 'v..",... H. it InttrttUd Lockwood.
EAST NAPLESON I In knowing about your rapes,
Goodlete Road. Due east of THE TRAIL

Naples High School

OPEN 24 HOURSWhere I I FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY II | -

Immokalee Tomato Growers
the Coffee U Just THE FINEST

5C BURGER IN TOWN I WCKT.Mloml NBC.CH. 7 WINK-Ft. Myers CBS-CH. 1 11T 1 | SATURDAY JANUARY2 \

((3 ON CABLE) \ tt. ((6;ON CABLEm) ,: ,..1.! #
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5:45 univer.lt '01,*t-lorWa '8:00 Captain Kangaroo v' WTVj-rvliemt'CBSCri.;;: ( 4 WLBW Miami ABC.CH >)1Q 1

6:45 Sunshine Almanac 9:00 Jack Lat acne ((4 ON CABLE) (SON CABLE )
7:00 Today (To 9)) 9:30 Morning Report
Save Up To $15O.OO YearlyIn 9:00 Mike Douglas Show 9:45 Social Security 6:15 Sunrise Semester 6:40 News, Armed Forces On

10:00 Make Room For Daddy 10:00 All Star Theatre 645 7:00 Csnoonvllle News En Espanol Parade

10:30 What's This Song(Color) 10:30 Cotton Bowl Festival 8:00 Supercsr 7:00 Sgt. Preston
Parade 7:30 Lone Ranger
11:00 NBC Bowl Parade 8130 Superman
Maintenance Orange 11:30 Tournament of Roses 8:00 Unc'e Bob
Parade 9:00 Alvin Show 8:15 Banjo Biny
11:30 1965 Tournament of 9:30: Tennessee Tuxedo 9:30 Bullwlnkle
1:45 Cotton Bowl Game
Roses Parade 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw 10:00 Shenanigans
1:45 Sugar Bowl Football 4:30 Lazy Bar Fun Club 1030 Mighty Mouse 10)30 Annie Oakley

asrl Game 5:40 Informacast 11100 Linus The Lionhearted 11100 Canner Show
4:45 Rose Bowl Game 5:45 Golf 11:30 Thejetsons 11:30 Porky Pig

tin 12:00: Sky King 12:00 News Answers Please

12:30 My Friend FllckiI 12:30 Saturday Hop (to 2))
M WTVJ.Mloml CBS-CH. 4 WLBW.Mioml ABC-CH. 1 1C I I 1:00 Safari "Salute to 1964"

:: ((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE) "Bomba, the Jungle 2:00 Gator Bowl
Boy", Johnny Sheffield 5:00 World of Sports
6:35 Eng. &; Span. News 6t45 Pot Pourrl and Peggy Ann Gamer World Invitational Professional

6:45 News En: tspanol: 8130 Romper Room 2:30 Worlds Beyond Figure Skating
7:00 Popeye Playhouse 9:30 Homemakers Movie "The Amazing Colossal Championships, LIke
7:30 News, Sports, Weather 10:30 Maverick Man" Glenn Langan, Placid, N.Y.J World Indoor
8:00 Captain Kangaroo 11:30 Price Is Right Cathy Downs, Wll:lam Midget Auto Racine

9:00 Movie Special 12:00 Mummers Parade 4:00 Rifleman 6:30 Big Movie (to 8:30): )
ahbt "Glory" Walter Bren- 1:30 Playhouse 4:30 Battlefield (to 6)) "Carnival Story"Ann

nan, Margaret O'Brien 2:00 Flame In Wind 6:00 News, Weather Baxter, Steve Cochran.

Charlotte Greenwood, In Court 6:15 Sports, Dooley 9:30 Deb Stars
2:30 Day 6:30 Hawaiian Eye 10)30 Movie Special
10:30 Cotton Bowl Festival
2:55 News With Woman'sTouch .
Ptrade. 7:30 Jackie Gleason "Rancho Notorious"Marlene
8:30 GUll an's Island Dietrich Mel
11:30 Tournament of Roses
Parade 3:00 General Hospital 9:00 The Entertainers Ferrer, Arthur Kennedy
3:30 Young Marrieds 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:30 Nightmare Theatre
1:45 Cotton Bowl Football
Game 4:00 Four O'clock Club 11:00 News, Weather "Horror Island" -Uo\

Y 5:00 Surfslde Six5tS5 5:00 Huckleberry Hound 11:15 The Late Show Carillo, Dick Porn."Malaya"
Weather Weaver 5:30 News Stewart Spencer TraPeggy Moran.cy
Ia I- 5:45 Sports, Weather James Stewart. 2:10 News Weather.


WCKT Miami NBC CH 7

((3 ON CABLE)

: : ... 6i&: Inspirational Message


:i:: an I & :! i 6:30 7:00 Cartoons Fun Club WINK Ft Myers CBS.CH 11

sro 9:30 Movie Magtlls Club Gorilla ((6 ON CABLE)

10:00 Underdog (Color) 8:00 Yogi Bear
We've taken the worry and work out of boating witha k' 10:30 Fireball XL-5 8:30 Woody Woodpecker

new concept in boat storage tremendous advan- 11:00 li:30 Jr.Youth College and Issue Review 9:00 9:30 Tennessee Alvin Show Tuxedo

tages to the boat owners! 12:00 Exploring (Color) 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw
i:00 Orange Bowl Parade 10,30 Mighty Mouse

High and Dry Storage eliminates expensive' When you return you merely tie up to the dock I&r and Game (Rerun) 11:00 Linus The Lionhearted
11)30 The Jettons
un
bottom painting. No fouling by Marine Growth. and go home. We do the work take your
Your boat doesn't stay in the waterb where it boat out of the water wash off the hull wIth L vA 12:00 Huckleberry Friend Hound
12:30
can fill up with rain. No I.uk. No fresh water, and store it high and dn until 1:00 My Lone Flicks
Ranger
worry on your part about your boat sinking. you ore ready for your next boating excursion: e 1)30 CBS News

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.yJOVMULIRAP Rlckerd Barton who had been r ; ;
Women's l.ltM f.m 1 :
i going steady for sometime; SenMawtM he

ubtrgtr and Pr
It was a year to do a woman' tout food.Novejr Phil* SOlomon Boston psvchla- n :: '

I .had she DMA so asreeiite4, appoint*!, sjtaNjjd and 1 trtat

elected.Th Alone with leap Year even
e PrtstdMt boosted to many women Into Uffc. office-- Idea I months comes the

kept till talent starch folnt full .team-that at MM Mint. he Mt Presidential Flection 'tear And

+I It necessary. to reassure men. U.S. women In '84, politicked :
TIlt would alwa\ president at a major part conventlon. -
have
I a place more and morp.

I In government he said, "as long Prom the Mrvt 1 adto I the

I as than art no women to nil MORE BACHELORS precinct worker who rang doorbells .

i tilt Johe." And although the Census thousands of women ll/td,

i Important professional organisations Bureau said that women were breathed and talked politics until

tltcted women presidents more plentiful than men bv 11. the last vote wa< counted It' wt
I for tilt first time million-that for even' too 'November. !

A PulHatr Price and Medal of women there were N.4 men- 0e

Freedom Awards fell like plums there was a liver tfatog. Single r SHF SETS P\CF {

Into their .laps. wen still OMtavmlwred single Mrs I vndon B" lohnson set }

Per the first time the name of women, and It made Leap \rtr the part1. Whn she became the

a woman, Republican. Sin. hunting mon of a sporting event. ....'s 1nd First I adjjie

Margaret Chase Smith of Malnt Two kip pairings of the veer- said that her role must emerge )

was placed In nomination for actors Elizabeth Taylor and1t In deeds not words" he ttt t.

work underlining her hll ha nd', ,

i .t . ; : : r r-r'! program In travel around the ;
,ountrv she railed aftertlon t, 5. l

the tver>expndlng role of women 1

u citizens by giving White House a :

; turn heona for tht women {

;$ : el "doers." !
f. After the Democratic National:: I0'M

Convention: nominated her husband ,.
\' I < iI, \ '
.JJ she hit the campaign trailon '"
( her own, the first President's ;
,
.
." wife towMstltstop Independently. director of the Fxport-lmpwrt merttnl 1 rrrr, .f i it 10'1 i i 'a orkerli KtilenM to"o >

Politically adept Lady Bird Bank. the !IPXIV i i i it.t .tad Hr. from 'h\ die\ ,

'< \ \ .Johnson was voted Woman of the Meantime, women weren't Helen.. It I*. I tiii-li pinfeavorrmerltiK hones In a

\\ Year In the Associated Press sluggard ii retting laurels for <>f pprtl.lrt it ,'bison against, voting 1 :

Poll, even as last year's top thtmielve (Xitspoken yet lady Hopkins l'nl\II\' she thinks

woman newsmaker, Mrs. John F, like Haul' Hrannon !Smith publiSher l Dr. Taumlf! later 'In the war prlvt'y. Ih,'

JI1' Kennedy, sought privacy. of four Mississippi weekllta was again honored In being remember,
; In New York the gallant widowof won a Pulitzer PrlM for named presMent-elert of the a tax rolle

the assassinated President "steadfast adherence to her \'1'Ierlr.nI/ ," art Association from her .

II'HOl'f.R lived quietly with two chief editorial I dutv 'In the fact Of <.1 he, will r* the first woman to nears ago.

\1' atmsi to bring up her children, treat pressure. and opposition'* hold the off I' .. Then ., ,
\ \ One of the mot glamorousand
Caroline and John-John 7 and 3 Over the nears she hat battled atheist Mad

In November and to perpetuate bootlegger, racist and eta hardnl.wnrkllll-wom.n with her

H/"n\// tlr./ V.l/, .'.m' 1"11//\/ (/left), rule trrhre the mlmOrof her husband. Shl.J trtmlsts, hut she aaytt "I dOll'tcall .n bite failed Nation Mrs "in fear of
.I I aid ,h. lIanaacA.aetfv I Marrtta Tree has bt a
fr"I" 10a"I'' nn' r "I( .t tonsil a crusader at all. Honolulu she
/./i 4 All I've triad to do Is meet the fight
'IW USUII', Ha became the first
\ov.m'>ftr she
.J.7st Issues as then arise..and to report In the ".
women to serve lit permanent
Marble
the truth. got 1 I
l'"S, ambassador to the UnitedNations. Nulkwal

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Personals TO'SSW TWICE Fame.

t Four women won Medals of Her mother, Mary Parkman And In !
Peabody, made news too In IM4. Games tht
Kelly Ann Is the name chosenby Freedom, the highest civil honor ,
New York, has been a CU' She went to (all. That's Iwratmethe '
the Norman Robertsons of during the holidays. On Satur frMUaItp' the President can bestow team won t ) :
1112 I Uth Avtnut North for their AR. peppy Mrs. Peahndy, 71, wire .
day, Mrs. Owens' twin sister, actress I vnn Pontannt, opera It. t'.S
new daughter born on December Eleanor will arrive from her singer I ont\re Price Dr. Lena of an Episcopal blahiip and lured 1 nut :
16th. home in Coral Gables, along with Edwards who three Jura ago mother of five. Including the nut of IS .
+ + + her huaband Dr. George Moore governor of Massai'husetta, n>. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Ches. and the girls' mother Mrs CIVil up private practice In Newtent KWyear-old! ;
air of 1S53 Bonlta Lane, have F. F. Nann to devote herself ta, lied to fly to rinrl'ta' to help ltnud.r from ; '
named their new son Roland + + + the Integration movement. When won three

Scott. Roand was born on December Lieut. and Mrs.Russell Tweed, !r the attempted to desegregate a missed a ;
Uth. and baby daughter (Mrs. Tweed lauttl at It. Augustine, she wit American :

+ -r + was the former Carleoo WWI r Carpenters For i|'in fled off t. the poktrfir seem, not '
Mr. and Mrs Ray C" Miller, sane) have returned to their borne i
.
couple of davit. younger Ih.
of Kalamazoo Mich., havt are
la Bossier City, La., where hela
rived to spend the season with stationed with the Air Force, Christmas Going winning gold
longtime friends Mr. and Mrs. after spending Christmas with SPOIlT: f IUMPS( 4ft*. Sport :l|

Arthur H. Schneider at the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Back To CollegeRIPLEY contro"nlal women ktpta.tlvt I obe! | <"ling, hut
Schneider home on 537tll Williams
of
Naples They also Mir ..amp II.'hl.I1 i hai-lwen si'
Avenue, North. Also visiting visited his family In a. peters ._
AP ( ode! ------ --- -
Miss --- --- -
the Schneiders over the holidays burg. lfIRhtTlI11tH ( )
has been Alfred J. Mitchell, ofJollette hunt+ anrnchr. (lur lege students who raised a new
+ + +
111 Mr. Mitchell Is adivision directorof Negro church on the ashes ,if
N. E.I'DIU Miller one that burned aftei a ivll:
for the Illinois
engineer
the Board of Sate Parks and I had left Washington and Its
Bell Telphont+Company.+ + Historic Memorials, visited In 1 memories when crowds of' home rights today.rally began packing for SAVE DURING SEARS'
Collier .
County on Wednesday.He .
Tht C. Russell Welmers Jr. met with Rep Lorenxo Walker .I curious tourists parked the The new Antioch Baptist t
have Invited a small party of chairman of the Collltr.Se.| street In front of herG.orptownhome Church stood unfinished hut
friends to help welcome In the mlnole, State Park Advisory day and nlcht.WOMEN most of the major work tc dune' 1965 WINTER SALE
A modest steeple adorned ne
New Year It Is to be an "old.< Board and later Inspected the front. _
fashioned" celebration at the
facilities. Miller noted
park I
Wtlmer home at 2297 Carlton "I just wish we could hart
considerable In
progress the i WON left "
completed It before wt
Avenue, Including candlelight '
of Blackwater
dredging River U8S the home still student
In loomed I said Marshall Aronoff, a
and IUyourstlf+ + popcorn.+ to from provide Colller-Semtnole ufe passage for Park boats to| as the No. 1 place to be for a, at Oberlin College In Ohio Both-Save 55
still
Buy
The Z8 white students n
Miss Dotty Godfrey, former r.. the Gulf at Goodland. majority of womtn but PresidentJohnson _
hand all left several day ago
sldent of Naples Is here visit.
,
made It plain he thought 1
Ihr..t"urclvtl
joined a festive,
her
log mother, Mrs. Douglas
their place also was In government lights rally in the church
Btebntr, on Astrada Lane, for
the holidays Other visitors at Michel Mrvlc Wednesday night. .n
the Beehners include Master Sergeant Hedwig His appointments-and they Sheriff Wayne Mauney stud' All PORCELAIN
Billy Mobley and John Mob. numbered In the hundreds-Included outside during the meeting He
ley, Mrs. Btehner's brother and Guest SpeakerFor womtn ambaatadort said he wanted to make certain Lady Kenmore Washer
everything was peaceful
father Her mother, Mrs. Ver.
tvct Brooks of Coral Gables, (Margaret Joy Tlbtttts 'to i The new .1"1111..11 hoisted andMatching 'i i
and Master Sergeant Robert Garden Club Norway Katharine Ihs Whiteto just a few hour before the nU

Smith and children from Home. Denmark) Dr. MarY 8untlnc.pnlld..nt ly The benches were planks Dryer
MIss Hedwig Michel of Korea supported by concrete blocka.
stead Air Force Base have also
of "ad The bare
spent some of their vacation shan State Park and the Nature light glared from
will be woman member of tht Atomic bulbs hastily strung along the
here Conservancy put rafters /fno nn '.. the ,air" --
Energy Commission Mr.
+ + + at the monthly --- .
speaker meeting -
The 200 who attended PtUTeVU Irllrene/|| Is.tsl lle<1
Negroes .
and Elizabeth s. May the first
Mr. Mrs William P. of the Naples Garden Club, woman .ire/1
Owens, Jr., of lOGe Royal Palm 4, at 8 .roared "freedom IOIIC' and l1lbl -
Monday January p.m. '
heard high praise for the stu. C./O
NO
w.leomedillalrnrlt MONEY DOWN
Drive child :
r'Jlh.
at the Woman's Club Dulld- dents. who turned their h Uday ,
a daughter, on December 27th,at FR
Into a "Carpenters for Christ. OM -"etllat
the Naples has Community been Hospital. Ing.The exhibition of the Flora 4 Students From mas" project. Inquire about our low monthly payments ti IJOcI( e dearjlc
The baby named Anna.
fp
Louise Mr. Ow.oa'sister,Miss ida Audubon Society "Flor Here To Attend Some students planned to < Kathleen Owens, of Woodhsven ida Wilderness Photo Contest wort here until Jan 2 before .12UN-Hanker enly
." will also be on view lax Choir Clinic heading\ back to class The 1171.to-.Dryer sly
for members and (nests. "carpenters" have had all the
Two Naples senior high help they needed from Ntgr'iti'
students and two Junior high la the area.
Presbyterian students will accompany their Dr. David Jewell, a member

Women To Meet teachers next week to a Choir of the ObtrUa faculty said tie,. Cut 15
.:- yb Clink Jacksonville. NatalieKing trial wiring was not completedand
plumbing and brickleyuamust i
and Susan Ballard win
Next Wednesday be done, la addition fIr..
represent Naples Senior High lining touches Inside.

The Women's Association of with their teacher, Miss Polly Obtrllci was the moving for vla 12.3 (net) cu. ft. ALL FKQSTLESS

the First Presbyterian Church I Jenkins. the pro Jed. The work ere
From Naples Junior High included students from TulaYankton /'*,
hold its
will first of
meeting tons Bostlck and Susan I OeUnd College, Northwester', REFRIGERATOR
the oe r on 6,
year January
will accompany Fred Selph, to- Massachusetts and Washing'*>
.i 130 p.m. at Spencer Hatt
Junior High music teacher. Uatvtrslty at St. Louis,
There wW be s social half
'
hour with members of the Faith
$239.88AtaiUbb
Circle serving as bos t.u.
Mrs. Howard Coffroan will

review The Ernest Valley Geraon.of dieJwar' NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE .., w e nMe...esr. I... a. Ina"e...... wAve
by .
are hik /J1.dH ntnm sew -
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has pactonl will always make
movie Dlon.
coats will slow but you'll be us. No Gary Grant ey, and that is the kind he
Year Promises More tog more. Cary Grant Doesn't Believe vr You mis ran*abut upset 01 the him censors.to side to make. As to the films alms that

And so the percentage of oaromen wh the. force of re trMt. Hedoesn't. traffic In set and violent, (he,
spending going for ssrv. I make no Judgment.
ices will continue to rise, though Tm not so sure that

Jobs--More Money To SpendBy not a cuts* rut may aa lower In recent some years.Tax utility.. In Censorship Of MoviesHOLLYWOOD films". ,to"male he said B my other"fllms own sort wish that appeal to of. lure younf that person he will sees want a crime to jo If"in>out 1', .

rates, but the companies art'promoting me. and repeat the "
SAM DAWSON $38 billion In 194. ftoekowners dicteble weatner can affect' make a different kind of product crime, !<.lId
AJ Business News Analyst are collecting $B billion more In prices of specific crops more at their more fuels ways for to power.use (AP) Those riots suite at Universal City and dare to risk the public's Grant.possible"On! the that other hand It s
NEW YORK (AP) The new dividends than four years ago, CLOTHING Price tending) RECREATION YOU'D seeking a clampdown on movie plans and follows his films Tom wrath, then It'. up to them. very by seeing V0|
leoce the
year promise more Job and but rental Income stays fairly higher. spend more of your Income for morals will find no ally in Gary Inception to Merchandising "V the public doesnt want divested on of the screen he will D*
more money to spend for stable. The total at personal There 1* more pressure for, this, especially travel. Grant He doejsnt believe in Then there 1s Grant the philosopher their product, then they violence that I is
within him.
and service that will be priced come, which was $417 billion In moderate price increase In IMS', Spedatort sports are drawing telling film makers what the)' and he was the one I shouldn't go to see it. I make no "
only moderatleljr higher. 1991 should rise above $500 oil. than In the recent past. Workers'better crowds.but participant can and cannot do. engaged In a discussion of the claim to know who, or what, I* "Kids are so Inhibited now d.,
Here's the INS outlook for lion In 196S. from the textile mill to the pro| sports are growing still faster. Grant is a man of many coming crisis In movie m, rals. right or wrong, or where lie the days that they have to bust out>
our Job, pay, and taxes, and LIVING COSTS Will be un. meat centers have been getting And the salt of equipment, guises. The most famous of The news column have been precise boundaries between de. In some way. It's much beta i
((01< the cost of food, clothing, der greater pressure to rise wage Increase Consumer demand .'whether skis or motorboats, Is these is the film star, Impeccable full of it, especially with the Natlonal cency and Indecency, moralityor that they let themselves (go n t jvlol.nt
shelter, cars, appliance, and faster. is firmer and price boosts increasing. More people are get stylized, a muter of tech Legion of DeeentVs condemnation immorality. I adhere to my movie than to bust (nut
services. Since 1960 the costs of goods meet lei resistance. ting longer vacations and taking nlque. of Kiss 1 Me, Stupid"and own without, I trust, offense to with tire chains."That's .
JOBS Will increase and service ha* grown at an HOUSES Another building 1 more expensive trip*. There Is also Grant the bust its blast at the film Indus- my fellow man" why the Beatles an I
in number but school average rate of 1.2 per cent a boom could start before 1MB TAXES What Uncle Sam nessman, who from his luxu try's failure to censor Itself. Grant believes that the good so good for teen-agers-
dropout will keep Jobless ranks year, and the government's Index ends. glveth, state and local collectors
large. stand near 109 per cent of But the slower pace that developed ''taketh away.
the 1957.59 average a* 1968starts. In 1964 seems likely to
Prosperity assure more Jobs Federal Income tax rates will
and a rowing population will A .further rise 1* taken hold through most of the new drop another notch In 196S. Con. rognm a ngs pro.
demand more goods and .. for granted, but the pace may year with a stronger demand Program listing* provldrd ; : vlded by station The
gret seam likely to cut the Gi'
ices Retraining program will quicken because production still In the future. About $26 bile total that citizens pay In various T.\t\ 'IJiQ) : by stations. The I .tX Ll NESS assumes no rearponalblllly I
help some of the unemploymentlists coat are going up, and as ex lion Is expected to be spent for sales and excise taxes, and if 'L.. hENS aaaume no rev -:' '.' ,,, ,. possibility for accuracy
,
Just as automation will tees Industrial capacity shrinks, new housing In I960 Treasury collections stay heal. .: ,; for arcuracv
displace still others now em the better the chance of making Building costs should hole''thy, Congress might even cut
ployed. The labor force will be price Increases stick. With fairly steady Income taxes some more. But
growing faster next year and much of the cost now built Into APPLIANCES Improve> expenses of state and local
rOVe
school dropout will be even the economy, the trick Is to menus may tempt more replace' ernments are rising fast and f THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 31 I l FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY 1 1WTVJMiami I
,
Income rising .
personal
keep
more of a problem. Change In ment buyer many are searching for more
defense programs and spendingwill FOOD Abundant supplies The Industry reports sale in revenue. The taxpayer rarely WINK-Ft. Myer. CBS-CH. 11
add Job In some com muni. should hold prices to seasonal 1964 were up 7 per cent over the wins. ((6 ON CABLE)
of WCKT-Miami NBC.CH. 7 CBS CH. 4 WLBW-Mi.mi ABC.CH, 10
tie and lop them off In others pattern changes.But previous year and looks for at ADD IT UP The first half -
PERSONAL INCOMES Americans will spend'least another 8 per cent gain in of 196S look like a shinier ver. (3 ON CABLE) 6:00: News ((4 ON CABLE) ((5 ON CABLE)
Will go on rising, even If the about $2 billion more In 196S 1965. New families coming Into slots of 1964. 0(30 C kite Report
News -
6100 Farts 6:00 Movie Six, Wthr
than In the previous The 7:00 6(00 News, Sports
pace slackens year. the market will be a big help. So The consumer should be better ', Variety Playhouse
food Industry Is on 620 Sports Hirsch 6il5 News Renick "My Little Chickadee"Mae
counting 8:00 Mason
Incomes. Perry
Higher wage scales obtained will fatter personal off, and so should business.
this year and In prospect for servicing more customers and AUTOS How long the price Just how much better will determine 6t30 Huntley Brinkley 9:00 Password 6:30 News Cronkite West, W/:, Fields
next will assure more spendable many of them with more to line will be held 1* the big ques. how the second half of 7:00 King Orange Parade 9:30 Baileys of Balboa 1:00 The Monsters
cash for many Americans. spend for higher quality. Farm the new year shapes up. If eco. 10:00 The Defenders 7(30 Rawhide 7:30 Fllntstones (Color)
Higher Interest rates will add to prices have dropped but dlstrlb.tlon.Labor cost have Just gone up ionic growth continues strong, 9:00 Bachelor Father 11100 News 8:30 The Gallant Men 8:00 Farmer's Daughter
Incomes of avers Pensions and utlon cost keep retail prices sharply, but the Industry cur. Us very momentum will prolong 9130 Hazel (Color) 11:20 [ramie 9:30 Comer Pyle-USMC 8:30 Addams Family
similar transfer payments have high and the total bill may be rently Is absorbing the rise bee good times for many months. "The Stranger" 10:00 The Reporter 9:00 Valentine's Day
risen from $33.6 billion 1961 to around $84 billion. The unpre cause Us production efficiency 10100 Kraft Suspense Th 11:10 Orange Bowl Special 9(30 Twelve O'clock High
UtOO News Sports. Weather
has Increased more than the In
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl* Fl., Thursday, D.c.",!>., II, IfM average for all Industrie If Mop THAN HAL: OfFLORIDA 11:30 Tonight (To 1)) Johnny 11:40 "Hiawatha"The Late' Show Vincent 11(00 1030 Tops News Stewart Spans Spons
ales continue to boom, profits MILL Carson (Color)
can be maintained. If sales falter RETURN FOtiTOANOTNER VISIT I It WLBW.Mioml ABC-CH. 10 Edwards, Yvette Dugay, 11(15 Wthr., ABC News
the rising costs could bite ((5 ON CABLE) Keith Larsen Gene Igle- 11(30 Les Crane (To 1))
hard. Automakers are counting 6:00 Movie Six, Wthr. lUs.WCKTMloml, 1UO Late Movie
on selling at least eight million WTVJ-Mloml CBS-CH. 4 "Go West. Young Lady" "My Little Chickadee"

TOMATOES cars in 196J. The sales record GgE1rn ((4 ON CABLE) Glenn Ford Ann Miller, NBC-CH.7 May West, W/:. Fields

higher should also profits.guarantee But U as costs high 01 ol t 6:00 6tlS News News,-Sports:nlck 7:30 Jay (Quest (Color)) ((3 ON CABLE)

materials, such as steels, go up,, 6:33 News Cro.iUte! 8:00 Donna Reed 7:15 WINK.Ft. Mrer CBS-CH. 11
car prices later In tru I 8:30 My Three Sons Huntley-Brlnkley ON CABLE
so may & 7:00 The Orange Bowl Pa- 7:45 WCKT News ((6 )
9:00 Bewitched
year.SERVICES The rise I li rade. 9(30 Peyton Place 8:00 Friday Comedy Special 6(00 News
$1.00Bushel 9100 Naked City 10(00 Dick Powell 9:30 Mike Douglas Special 6(30 Walter Cronkite Report

10:00 The Defenders 11100 News Stewart Sport 11:00 News, Spons, Weather 7(00 Ban Ie line
: : 11100 News, Sports, Weather lld& Wthr. ABC News 11:30 Johnny Carson (To 1)) 7:30 Rawhide
11:25 The Late Show Color 8:30 The Entertainers
11(30 Lei Crane (To 1)
"Rock Around the 1100 Late Movie 9130 Gomer Pyle-USMC

Clock" Bill Haley and "Go West, Young Udy" 10(00 The Reporter
frBurger His Comets stir with Ann Miller 71 11:00 News
Glenn Ford
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Bring Container-Pick Your Own Palace Johnny Johnston dl,/N'Ay1 /1t/1f/.,,,. 11(20: Movie
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Charlotte Greenwood, In Court 6:15 Sports Dooley 9(30 Deb Stars
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Just give us a call on your way to the Marina. What's the cost ? $1.00 per foot, per month 2:00 Pageant
We can have your boat out of the storage racks and we're equipped to handle boats up to Jft:! 4:30 Esst-West Shrine Football 2:30 The Big Picture

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If JOY Mf"LIR Rllllrl ls.trtoe. who had been r t
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was a rear to do a worn ** taut load Philip !Solomon Roston psrhli'trot .

Meter !tad she. been to ..*MetoM, appointed, wardedThe t"soil' Oat'I IU4 3

Aleaf with I tap tear even /SJ a 1'h

President boosted ee pall women into Me* officeandkept I I I. Matt t he comes t I'I' '
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the talent search goto Ml eetem-that at .. paint he Ml t: PMMttMtttl !I". tic 'I'u. \ d l : :

It necessary to reasim men. U.S. women ,n 'r4. polltl"' k<> ( : .
They would alwavs have I place president. at a major part onvention. more and more ,

In government he saId, "a* lone From the Hrst adt" I inn' _

a* there are no women to nil MORE BACHELORSAnd precinct worker who rang door- a+

the' obe.." although th* Census bells thousands of .women the! I I.

Important professional organi. Bureau MM that women were breathed and talker) polltli until t i

roots aleetedwomenpratdsnts nor plentiful than m.n b11 I I.U"ontlllt the last vote Vi., counted l t

for the first time. for even 100 \ovemberMrs. sw

I A Pulttwr Prize and Medal of women there were $,1 men-

I Freedom Awards fell like plum there was a silver lining. Single f SHF"'WP.PA'F

I Into their laps. men still outnumbered -singlewetnea tndor H Johns' eel' .

Vor tM first time the name of and It mad Leap tear the pace. When she became ">. 1v
H'z
a woman, Republican S. n. (bunting more of a sport ing event, netten's lied: I irtt T Ains

tarp*net Close Smith of Main, Two top pairings of the rear said that her r"11; must "*mri'p

was .placed in nomination for actors Elizabeth Taylor and In deeds not wonls." she set f. .

work underlining her hust,.t, \', ,
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r 1 program In travels! around "i*
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"ountfshe railed Jttentu i t c., 4
rr the ever-expanding roleofwomeia )
:
ItUenj by giving White Hous
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t lur' hearts for the womei

"doers After "the Democratic National !

1n"t
Convention nominated her husband

she hit the campaign trailon

her fwn. the first President'swife ;

whlstlestop Independently. dlrencr of the t xport-Import medical, 'm r inUri'i worker Rd learn. !

Politically adept Lady Birdfohnson Bank In the Ii-xiv I i n'i'I''''i c. md r'r. from M\' tlr '

was voted Woman of the Meantime, women weren't Helen h. I uissls I pr"r''Ior hoiiri In a

Year In the Associated Press sluggard in getting laurels for ctnerltui nf pedtatrtrs .it loom against, voting :

Poll, even as last year's top themselves. Outspoken yet lady. Hopkins ""I1I\.nltl. she think th !

woman newsmaker, Mrs. John. r. like Harel Brannon Smith publisher nr.l Tlul'llr later In the vest prlvarShe'

Kennedy sought privacy of four MUsUtippl eek- was again honored in being remember
In New York the gallant widowof named ten med
lies won a Pulitzer Prize far preaWenl-elert o* the a
the assassinated President "steadfast adherence to her American He a r t Association from her .

lived quietly, with two chief editorial duty In the face of she will be the first t woman to ears ago.Then .

alms to bring up her children, great pressure and opposition.." hold the ortl" '. .

Caroline and John-John, 7 and S Over the vears she has battled the of the mom glamorous atheist Mld

In November: and to perpetuatethe bootlegger, racists and e*> -and hardeMworklmwomen with her
it the t nlteri Nation,. Mrs.
l'Hi'1'tH 1/0'10\1> | Mr if i 1'1'/ / lIf l "I m.morof her husband. She tremlst, hut she aiyei "1 don't "In fear of
aural, 11'I'c"/// / 'I. ,10"1/ ,oil,, ...iJ'.? &//0"" /| >f't/' r.( "II call myself a crusader at all. Marett 'Tree has been a Honolulu she
t.nflro" /'. ife.rfi M *, ,''u"'I", r"/I" I/111101 "i "ifPersonals delegate alnre IM|. In '
All I've tried to do I II meet the tight total
lu liSNlf. AI'II "ov.mtl.'r she became the first
Issues as then arUe.?and to report In th* ".
woman te serve *a permanent
the truth" Marble got t I
r.!S. intheeeador to the United Ma ltuHl I

Nitlone.
tame
TAt SSIG TWICE
Her mother, Mary Parkman
of And In
y Vrtlr Four women won Medals <<
made In 1904.h. gone
Peabody new too
Ann Is the chosenby Freedom, the highest civil honor Oames the l'' *
Kelly name New York, has been a guest went to 1111. That's .heraun |
the Norman Robertson of during the holiday On Satur the President ran bestow. ; team won I
111Z 12th Avenue,North,for their the peppy Mr*. Peabody 71,wife !
day, Mr* Owen twin sister, actress i inn Fonlanne, opera 12. U.S. '
new daughter born on December16th. of an F'plscopal bishop and
Eleanor will arrive from her singer I eont\n Price, Dr. Lena tured T out
home in Coral Gables, along with klrr Edwards who three years ago mother of five, Including thygovernor mil of It '
+ + + her husband Dr. George Moore or Massachusetts, rte- ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Ches. and the girls' mother, Mr. cave up private practice In New Ii.yesr I"" -old '
of 1S51: Bonita Lane have tided to fly to riorl, to help Steuder from
ser F. F. NannLieut ".rs,' to devote herself te /
named their new eon Roland + + + the Integration movement When won three

Scott. Roand was born on De. and Mr.Russell Tweed, she attempted to desegregate 4 missed a I ;

cumber 13th. and baby daughter (Mrs. Tweed motel I at St. Augustine, sot was American : ...

f + + was the former Carleon Wlllt.am Carpenters For 1.i|**nH off ta the poker" f r arouple teem hot .
Mr. and lira Ray C Miller, *) have returned to their home / "
lit Kalamazoo Mich. of day. the*
have ar. In Bossier City, La., where he younger
rived to spend the season with winning' fold
1* stationed with the Air Force, Christmas Going *
longtime friends Mr and Mrs. after spending Christmas with M'oitT1; ; ('IIA MP age. Sport : I I

Arthur H. Schneider at the her parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Back To CollegeRIPLEY ( 01 troverslai! women kept objecting but
Schneider home on E27 7th William of
Naples
They also
Avenue North. Also t' live E 'ir example. Vivien 4 haa-been :al
visiting visited his In M
family Peters. ..
the Schneiders over the holidayshas burg V \11<11//1 I fRff Miss (AP) C.I. --- - --- -- -
been Alfred J. Mitchell, of /i/"..,\ Aruncfcrt/ Out lege students who raised a new
+ + +
111 Negro church: on the ashes ,it
Jollett, Mr. Mitchell 1* a
"Bill" Miller director
N. E. ,
division engineer for the Illinois one that burned after a civil<
of the Board of State Parka and had left Washington and Its
right rally began packing rot
BU Telphon Company.The
+ + + Historic County Memorials on ,Wednesday.He visited 111Colll.r memories when crowd of home today. SAVE DURING SEARS'

C. Russell Welmers Jr. met with Rep. Lorenzo Walk.er curious tourists parked the The new Antioch Baptist
have Invited a small party of street In front of Church Mood unfinished but
chairman of the Collier J*. Georgetown
friends to help welcome In the most of the major work is doneA
minis Sate Park AdvisoryBoard home day and night
1965 WINTER SALE
New Year. It la to be an "old.laabloned" and later inspected the front.mode steeple adorned >ins _

celebration at the park facilities Miller noted
Wetmer horn at 2297 Carlton considerable In the Ml Kit wish w* could have
progress WOMEN "
WON
completed It before w* left
Avenue, Including: candlelight dredging of Btarkwater Riverto
In 1968! the home still loomedas laid Marshall Aronoff, I student
and
do-it-yourself popcorn. provide safe for boat
+ + + from Colller-Semlnole passage Park to the No. I place to be for a at Oberlln College In Ohio Both-Save '55
The 28 whit student still 'n Buy
Miss Dotty Godfrey, former roe the Gulf at Goodland. majority of womenbut President .
hand eli left several days apt
aldent of Naples la her visit
Johnson mid It plain h* thought ,,,,,
Joined a festive, three*! r
log her mother, Mrs Douglas
Beehner on Astrada Lane, for their place also was In government civil right rally In the <-hm<'h '

the holidays Other visitors at Michel ".nll' Wednesday night. /n I
the Beehnenlnc1UdeJdaaterSer. Hedwig His Ippolntm.nta-anet they Sheriff Wayne Mauna stunt t< ALL PORCELAIN _

gent Billy Motley and John Mob. numbered In the hundreds-Included outside during the meeting Me
ley Mrs. Beehner'a brother and Guest SpeakerFor women ambassadors aid b* wanted to make certain Lady Kenmore Washer
everything was peaceful
father Her mother, Mr*. Ver. ,
tvc Brooks of Coral Cables, (Margaret JOY Tlbbett -to Th* new steeple was hi..iMed ..ndMatching '"
and Master Sergeant Robert Garden Club Norway, Katharine Flkua White Just a few hour before the i ,I.I .

Smith and children: from Homestead to Denmark) Dr. Mary L Buntnr.pr.ll""nt / ;. The benches were plank Dryer
Air Force Base have also Miss Hedwig Michel of(Core supported by concrete block
of
the
spent tome of their vacation than State Park and the Nature RaoVlirfe.as first TIle light glared from ur
here Conservancy: will be guest woman member of the Atomic bulbs hastily strung along the'" L k-.I

+ + + speaker at the monthly meetingof Energy Commission, Mr. ritr $409>.oo for the pall" __
Mr and Mr*. William P.Ow.n. the Naples Garden Club), Elizabeth S. May.the first woman The ZOO Negro who attended delivered A UMsllee' s t
., Jr, of 1054 Royal Palm 4, at 8 roared "freedom songs" and 111.1bl
Monday, January p.m.
Drive, welcomed their first child, at the Woman's Club Dulld- beard dent who high turned praise their for the holiday itu NO MONEY DOWN e./o .Jht..
a daughter, on December 27th,at -

the Naples Community Hospital. Ing.The exhibition of the FlorIda 4 Students From ma Into*"a project."Carpenter for Christ. Inquire about our low monthly) payment ieOM JOCK lell1l1t e del/vel-b
The baby has been named Anna (
Louise. Mr. Ovens'sister,Miss Audubon Society "Flor Here To Attend Some students planned t I.. 's*. IN 'TO", ."
Kathleen Owens, of Woodhaven, ida Wilderness Photo Contest tlnue work here until Jan 2 "before IJISM-Hatker. eel,
," will also be on view lax Choir Clinic heading back to clasa: Th."earp.ntsrs" IITIM-Drier eely'
for members and guess have. had aU tot
Two Naples. senior high kelp they needed from Negroes
students and two Junior high In the area.
Presbyterian students will accompany their Dr. David Jewell, a memberof

Women To Meet Clinic teachers Jacksonville.nca week to.a Natalie Choir tried the wiring CfcerlU Wit faeulry lid completed said el*,- Cut $15

and plumbing and bricklaying'
Next WednesdayThe King and Susan BalUrd win: nut be done, la addition to f"UUng ..
represent Naples. Senior High touches Inside

Women Association of with their teacher Mill Polly Otwrlle was the moving ror<* 12.3 (net) cu. ft. ALL FROSTLESS
Jenklni. In the project. The work rrelkscludsd
the First Pret>yr rUn Church J
will) hold Its first meeting of # From Naples Junior High Mwdenl from Tulai. ,
'taru Boitlck and Swan DeLand Tankton College, )Northwestern REFRIGERATOR
the new on 6
year January ,
will acromptny Fred Selph.! the MuaachuMtt and Weshlrgl-"
at 1(30 pjn. at Spencer Hall. Junior High musk teacher. University atS(. Lout*.
Then will be a octal half- /

hour with members oldie Faith
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Mrs. Howard Coftman will

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OKAY, SONTAKE OVER---IT'S ALL YOURS! (llPmIPr44 U.S. Foreign Aid Program

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Ntw I" '' '. Critics
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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1964 Correspondent
Newspaper Enterprise Aegis.MONTREAL.
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/ American research scientists are coming up privately wash
Good One Better One
Going, ComingAnother r.1k i / { highly critical personal evaluations of how the US foreign

alfY aid program is being rlln.
year (comes to a close today consider successful fund drives for construction These technical men, talking more frankly and bluntly! at,

so we extend to you good people who of a new library building and a a meeting 15 away yeses from and home the expenditure, say'"After ef SlOO billion In fnr.

read this newspaper our very best wishesfor major| addition to Naples Community sign aid, HC have learned little and have little to teach"

a Happy New Year. Hospital Both these projects will be fY We're experts In the agriculture of temperate climates 3\
the new The in the United States, these men agree. But they add were
accomplished during year.
of the wet
not experts in the agriculture tropics and and
1964 has been a good year for Collier city also completed a beautiful new community regions where much of the underdeveloped world livess ,

County and its communities. Not center in Cambier Park. therefore don't know how to teach these people the agni! ji

even the mot pessimistic soul can deny Several permanent streets, as well lure they need.
Instead we tend to export our methods which often an
that the area has enjoyed unparalleled/ as sanitary and drainage sewers, have not appropriate to the climate, technology or political-sne>ai

prosperity during the past 12 months. been completed lo. Naples. The project organization of the underdeveloped countries.WE .

Growth and progress have gone handin will be finished f next summer after the MAKE THE SAME MISTAKES in exporting our system

hand. Here are but a few examples "winter season," which now looks like of medicine and public health In the United States puhl,,

Both the county and Naples have enjoyed the biggest and best ever, is over and health is dependent on a great body of highly trained skilled

a record building year. The Cityof our grand crop of visitors has departed.It men and women. But most of the countries we're helping
don't have more than a dribble of that kind of manpowerWe.
Naples today reported building per. Is also' worthy of mention that the .nerd to develop a kind of public health-medical system

mits totaling $12,940,461 which will 1964 hurricane season was rather mildas for export that could utilize the type of manpower now available !.
be the final the has In underdeveloped countries. That Is, we need to develop
figure unless someone takes compared to some area experienced
medical and publle health techniques which could be used In
out a permit between this morning and during the past few years. uneducated men with little training.

closing of the building department this The area has had problems in 1964, We tend to export our sophisticated technologies and SI,i

afternoon. The county building figure of course, but none that have not already 6y ence. often not suitable for practical application in the underdeveloped
r"f n countries. The quick insertion of this very ad
totals' $3,338,885 for the year. So the been, or soon will be, solved. \anced technology In such nations often creates unecononn,

grand total of both comes to over $16 One problem was solved this week cal types of agriculture Industry and communications.

million dollars, which Isn't bad for an with the appointment of Harold Smith to Meanwhile we lead them Into a far-out science 'from

area with an estimated population of the Circuit Court litigation can now be I1 which they can never get back to reality."

around 23,000. adjudicated quicker and easier than ever .: rfF '' WE FALL INTO THE SAME ERROR in our export of edu

Some firms may not admit it, but before. Long, tedious and expensive delays tiY ,Yu cation. We tend to export pale "cookie cutter" imitations of

1964 has been a good business year. In court cases may now become a MI't. -1 t wtttiwr K'riY U.S. schools and colleges. They're not geared to local con

The building bonanza mentioned above thing of the past. .:: .,,''. 4I ditions.Some of the scientists interviewed seem to be advocatingthat

provided excellent payrolls and, from all Another problem that should be Defense Secretary Robert McNamara's system of cost

indications handled In the Is the matter of effectiveness be applied to U.S. foreign aid.
will continue to do .so new year > e
The Best of peop They say the obvious common sense technique would be to
throughout 1965.Agriculture an official duly authorized to prepare Boyle first find out all the ways foreign aid could be designed to

In the county has enjoyed search warrants and other documents BY HAL BOYLENEW in' the accomplish the ends we have In mind. Then we should pick

a good year, too. The weather has needed by law enforcement agencies the most effectiie-for-the-dollar systems out of that basketof

been favorable, the markets fair to excellent without delay, Chief Caruthers says It YORK (AP) The beet disease you already know you 1 iPHILADELPHIA news The possibilities.systems should, of course be those most likely to be

and income from farming activities took his department 18 hours to securea way to start the New Year right have, but says nothing about effective In the countries in which they are to be used.

has played a larger than usual roleIn search warrant the other day. If a com ii not to end the old year wrong. how to get rid of it. (AP) -
But, humanity being what It Let us turn to folklore Lynda Bird Johnson, oldest
the area's economy. Increased planting mitting magistrate Is needed here, then U, a certain number of peopleare AU veteran survivors of a daughter of the President

of citrus, gladioli and, perhaps, sugarcane steps should be immediately taken to bound to make too much hangover agree that the only slipped In through ft side en)* WAJHINOION; AND"SMALL ;
during the coming should make provide one. whoopee tonight My, I ha. sure cure is to lie down in a trance of the Academy of Music
year ven't heard that phrase since quiet place with closed eyes and Wednesday night to attend a
agriculture an even bigger influence on There are other small problems, too. 1827 -and they wUl awake witha let time go by. dinner-dance reception of the BUSINESS':

the local economy. Put an area growing as rapidly as this splitting headache and a feel. There are, however certain Debutante Association_.___ of n _Penn.__n_ '
*
lyCWUJONHAHOt
tog that their mouths are full of alleviative measures One egre. sylvanla. ,
Discovery of new oil deposits in the one Is bound to have them. Solutionswill
fur-covered Chinese fortune gious error Is try some more of ABERDEEN, 8.O. (AP) -
area this past year seems very definitelyto be found very soon, just as they cookies the hair of the dog that bit you. Two laughed, one cried, one Recently the nation's independent the last day then dispose of

indicate that activity in this field will have in the past by the excellent officials They will have, my friends, This gets rid of one hangover took a thoughtful pose and one business the proprietors National,Federation voting these affects.o *
what Is known as a hangover only to fasten a worse one upon chewed on the tassel of a cap. through
be greatly increased during 1965. the county and city are blessed with. Their whole being will feel like Those were the moods exhibited of Independent Business So the Arm as It found buyers

The year ending saw several four. We will not delve Into the 1964 na one big raw nerve If a fly you.Other stratagems are to downa for a cameraman as the Fischer the supported recent a session bill Introduced of Congressby in started, and selling with oft machinery the machinery

laning projects on the Tamiaml Trail get tional-picture. The paper has presented bums past them it will sound quart of buttermilk a can of quintuplets posed for holiday Rep William Dorn. South going out the back door It limited -

underway. They will be completed earlyin them in depth, both pictorially and news- full like power.a Jet plane taking oft under ice cold cream.tomatoes, or two quarts of portraits The five, born to Mrs. Andrew Carolina, by see a majority of 96 taken the by orders the front that office could with be

1965 and it seems probable that other wise, In the past few Issues. They will have the cables and A friend of mine, recently returned Fischer of Aberdeen, 8.D., Sept What was the result that the Arm also

sections of the Trail will be four-laned And space does not permit going the quakes, the shivers and the from the Congo reports U, 1963, are Mary Ann.Jlmmle, he purpose "e'. started laying off workers, as
quivers And they will cry out In a native remedy developed by Cathy, Mary Magdalene and ef this bill there was ne work for them to
during the coming year U. S. 41 Is still deeper Into the local picture. their lonely misery for help of witch doctor that Is even mdre Margaret. thai received perform
the area's lifeline and every effort shouldbe But it seems safe to say that 1964 has any kind. effective NEW YORK (AP) James alrriotl onaal- see

made to four-lane been a banner for Collier County Its Naturally they will first turn You get a long bun and around Farmer Negro civil rights lead mesa sop- At the end of three months
or Improve year ,
every to science. Well, which bun. Then catch a er, left New York Wednesday ont pert It Is the company had been able to
you
mile possible.The communities, Its residents end Its economy has done so much: cn:1:: : the crocodile and hippopotamus.. tour In which he Intends to perhaps anbelievable dispose of the machinery, and

now famous "Alligator Alley"was problem of space, has been Then you peel the hippopotamus visit nine African nations In five at 10 It forthwith closed Us doors
any place and went out of business.
started this year, and should be wellon However, as AI Jolson used to say, somewhat less successful In 1 and skin the crocodile and weeks. this side ef t see
solving the problem of the han. I put them both on the stove You OTTAWA Canada AP) -
the way to completion by the end of "you ain't seen nothin' yeti" gover. ,cook the crocodile until It is :For the second straight year, the ,Iron but Curtain the *. w. H.d., Bat Died the a metal pollohero'union with

1965. We still believe, and sincerely so, Just wait until 1965 when both Marco I have at hand a 526-page au. I medium rare, and the hlppopo. Prime Minister Lester Canada's"Man B. Pear.non purpose of the bill was to prohibit I'the NLRB charging complaint the company .
chosen
that this much maligned road will be a Island and Golden Gate developmentsget thorltatlve"tome entitled, "The I tamus well done. You have to has been :. the National Labor Rela. had refused to bargain
In the News
Hangover written by Dr, Ben. 1 turn hens Board from
up the back burner pretty forging a company oa the question of selling and
real boon to the county. Much of the into full swing plus everythingelse Jamln Karpman, chief psychoth. I high to cook the hippopotamus. MOSCOW (AP) Cellist to lay In business closing the plant

land it will open up can be used for agriculture the area already has going for it. eraplst of St. Elizabeths Hospl. Then you put the crocodile fnthe Mstlslar Rostropovlch and got see seeOverlooking
tal In Washington, D.C., the j long bun and cover it with prano Gallna Vlshnevskaya There have been many examples the fact entirely!
homes or, and again perhaps, oil Things couldn't look better even throughrose world capital of this malady. I mustard Then you put the hip. have called off plan for a divorce of the NLRB taking position that the company had been
activities colored glasses. After revealing that the han. I popotamus on the round bun their maid said toda,. that nobody can close Uf given no choice by another got
1964 saw the completion of what we HAPPY NEW YEAR! gover is caused by Imbibing too I and anoint it with catsup, salt The Soviet Union's top musl. shop and quit business unless ernmental authority but to
cal at home butwouldn't the unions to this action
couple was agree give its
much of the cup that cheers, a I and pepper according to taste up plant the NLRB
to the phonl."Th.y've But perhaps the most ridiculous ruled In favor
finding that will amaze few, Dr. Now, alternately, you take abite come of the union
of this bureaucratic
reconciled the maid example ordering the
company to \
'Karpman concludes his long I of the crocodile sandwichand paformer
I volume with this paragraph I a nibble of the hippopotamus said. Newark.Insanity New, Jersey took, piece recently.A in. would workers have the received full wage'they a
"No two hangovers are alike I sandwich. the
Jthers -. .- -. .- -. -. .- -. .- .- -. -. -. -. -. company had operated the
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS In their emotional and physical By the time you finish both metal working plant plant right up to the last day
pain. No one will ever be able I sandwiches you will be sur. ed there was notified 10..1 000
adequately to put Into words the I prised to discover not only that Today InHistory Newark Housing Author" The NLRB held thtt If the
mental and physical anguish 3 your hangover Is gone but that the plant was In an area company bad bargained with
the terror and despair, of any 3 you also no longer are hungry re-developed. The company the union on this matter, the
hangover" ass given the choice of havingthe I union might have been able to
E) Unfortunately in the lengthy 'JHt /eeeeeeeeeeeee plant site taken. by condemnation arrive at a way to keep plant
index there is no reference to a You THE proceedings, er sell- operating although In same
By ASSOCIATED PRESS I
Inf. Faced with this Hobaon'achoice breath saying this .
cure. for m.ntiofiin9THE ; Today Is Dec. 31 possibility
Thursday, the company elected 'does seem elite
( try ,, tT Well, that's science for you. It COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. I the 366th day of 1904. There are sell, neiollatlng aa a part of eeo remote.
1r takes 526 pages to describe a Our cI '* "." th.nl tool 1 I no day left In the the ..
deal
But
-. ._. ,'. ... ",:,.:.!:: you. year. permission operate one shouldn't be hasty
..
v ; "" .' ;' Today's highlight In history al the site to of In .
",. "".. 1"', ;t : up a period Judging NLRB on this statement
<" *:. ,. ':::" : .
'
?{ > ,:' On this date In 1'775. Brig. six additional months.
Gen: Richard Montgomery led ooo 1 See
'T A I D.. Eo It. .
Now when there is As
l daring assault on Quebec heavymachinery things go these
IIiIlImJII: I days, per
r4I 'j 4e. ..fir"nvv" I H't'S'O !"ISTIAfItCt.UI'iIAT From one side, and Benedict Ar. and equipment ti haps the union could have
R rt { lold on the other. Montgomery I be disposed of. It Is not soundbusiness abolished the bureau forcing

ACROSS JI I SIIIIIIII{ t" 't t 1'4 U R I D A T 0 rat killed In the first blast from ?1 .,......, r to_operate,_.., ,_right up_to the business to close .0....
I Lau"h '1:1111011,11.: .. A 1'\ I Co t- T V N l defending blockhouse: ; Arnold
Ioudl ,"ulI"" m severely wounded at another
g D A G tilt II Co I T a:
8 t 3 .
Aprllu I:: ArWI barricade and the attack . . . . .
I2 I Disr+ III ,,,,,d L. r. G t H D p A Co t s 'ailed.' . . .. .

tr ivy 31 Boil u" II"1, I TO K E. N ... On this date Chance
U: Wuud .m' I'did R.IT"" GAD DAM In 1882, President Abraham Remarks
i eel .111 81uIII.\I Lincoln: signed an act admitting eee.e..e.e.e.ee.e..e. ..
I lOA R A L. I G U L. A
t .
t } ( :: JlSrbi Ndl.tuuu:: : 1 Enid do: Co OT t S t T A P t S Vest 1890 Virginia, Ellis as Island a state.la in. New + Dr. James Craig, who signed

IT 81111110h H ('ULtfll 01 D r. S K\ .. R t Co T fork harbor was opened as animmtgratto'I himself as 01' Doc sent us a

III ScUIb"J 111111\ depot. Christmas< card bearing one of
SOLUTION 0' YUTERDAY" 'Unll the
a ,
;N ptu.l 4b !Iou,ctmn In 1921, diplomatic relations funniest short notes we've
ll'Irrm.i. U Spolnd, :2 Churth 'l \tw'IIN wen resumed between the ever re-
lurlllll'0' K lie iUhtao lu! ("f..h P" t Mted States and Germany.In ceived. Some of the note had best

., s .23: Feud, 52 .\I'ul'' t 3 idlblt "'.n wlluq 1941, Bermuda voted to 1 not be quoted but here's one part
Ie sab klllil haIIgul I II Cu"'I"' t and Its ban on the use of autos. ,\we must on.
pass
::16 Kwrlun H IlIIelhllflll 4. 1'\aUd". .putotWNINI Ten years ago-A Ubertan
& I h S. hct U Err: tI anker rammed a SIMS Canal "Thank you for being the instrument -
2?. W IMlnI H H N 6. CoIIIptIII\ busty<< I wNleee Dodge, tubs up the waterway of the avalanche of birthday
"There! See yourself as ethert tee you/" .dk OoWglebe.. III Edge fir three de,.. < cards. I was overwhelmed. -
JU. 8Mulg I PSptr Inca F. Arnpef :II \'ior Five years ago-Atty. Gee Hell ,
srWe sure S. R..1IIo1l. .l4 Grapples VUUam IlJ Rogers submitted a re. there were so many that I couldn't

-TM NNNe.1' 0-....... : COftjer post to President Dwight D. El. think of answering each one. "
I I J d J :lIS OrIent' l .
o r s ," wnhower recommending: breed We're
o glad so many
site people here
c.qatn urbs: on radio and television
I /1'/ ') ::11 Nnol1" irotdcastUig.: 'sent 01' Doc greetings. Makes the

Freshman Flavors I' :l9 sp.trt, One year ago President
nerves men have claiilfled ", .m- studying her main occupation observes 0 n date Humus C:: h If Ie. *e Gaulle pledgedFtapc.'s j host of friends in this neck of
ben ef the freshman class at Radcllfle- the Crimson. I' ra sunxtrt of European
the adjoining women'a college by The third category the lime..- are % /', :1\: CrrtantI.hetwSu catty leadlAx: to DO Ucal. eco. the woods. Later, we'll somehow manage -

flavors Fr.atunal"Clun"." the Harvard the "arty" r..hm'lIlIa1l1 the daugh- .. IF I' II U zs If S.: Chlo "' ... OlDie and military cooperation to quote further from his note.

"Crimson" says, come In three flavors ten of protestors artist or wrttert II I' I' ,.. C. . . . + The NEWS will be closed tomorrow -
peach chocolate and lime. (not editorial writers, we hope). They ;;: to S-tou... take
The peaches are socially conscious most likely! attended progressive private l ,. JI JJ herd COLLIER COUNTY NEWS so may we this opportunity -
girl* from UPl>er-cII.1 families who schools or rent" educated abroad. Their ::0 J. Jf d2 aasetwuf1 .iUCNACL to wish everybody who finds
CHANCE. [/N.-PYhluAer
drew who date conservatively and tastefully and uniform arcoirtmg, to the OmlOlIn J7 / J, / If '; ItemU FHOMAS NAVCN. A *MlOlO C4HOT j'time to read this stuff ( from 01'
Harvard men likely to be theveitandpipe cludes such itrnu as' Creek shoulder ,/ 'L n \IuiguiaSd MARSHALL WYATT. Ads "........ oc's
note
type, prone to wearing bag, black tiMi. pierced e.r$, long MB- t le ., 1 U.SIRT CrOLKA, .adI. ....... we gather there must be
a woolen acarf" polished flngfi nails, rain p nchoa, primitive in'w4a DAVID MCftMANMN. CM.- pMet- a few) a HAPPY NEW YEAR by
Chocolates usually come from mid. Jewelslong hair and lomeUmei e7 4a a, M ,lndat 'ftl. LOUIS DAUB Office Yp golly.
dle-cleat families, have atttnded public dungarees and polo shirU. PltMltlM dilly. oiM** M..* AND, for Pete's sake drive &
high schools and arrive In Cambridge We don't know about the peaches and IJI SJ hl *I eau N. M ... "* :: VK
and
ij'4 :>Ie careful
{' It, ,1001" ; criTso1 f\.t"l .** C.. fc tonight over the coning -
already outfitted 1 a uniform which include chocolates, but those Harvard men have
bead carves, plaids, sneakers, the wrong flavor for the lilt category. IJT r./.;:, jf 44 1\ ..ag pINN weekend. Now that we find that'e
eyeglasiti a>a thick boots "Achieve Th. times mird: more like lemon toD&Uu %us / T10e NIWS OMMMO M r..aet V' have a few readers ws
.... irt, Hr tM tours ***" SURE AS
t M mans Ii /I tKi choooUu'i, males goal, and Morning" laws per..... 2) ee. 0 1 i "I:h.I :: ."ripO or Mss. ?. *"- C-'CI j : DON'T WANT TO LOS YOC.&bt ( .



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COLLIER COUNTS NEWS N.pl.! .. IM., n.w.4.y, D.c.rrh J'' I oo. S

.- "' ---.,. Hospital Report '
: "i
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= I" v ," ,1>,11" 1 I .I''ll, JUa
Naples Bridge ft1r.j ADMWONS t Fire Prevention | : a1.s' ,', a 5.i advtaer
Asee Tech' :
1toe bean I the \ ,la ,I aIIItprhll' \'e board
,1. thus Alfred Estes,J.nw .' Prime Object Of ,1 i the burning
By PRANK OTTE
Men*), PwDetM Pterrat. Ethel oer.tnlen, I .> 1"1 'rvidmi i>v'

Hayes. Hetoa Mixer LMII the Brhn I .1] i h I.KI 1, arid r*.

TU IM Board U played at nwUcftte for another taking Reese, NMc1 Kelly FWlfp Burning Of Green fttshmvulceordtng II I I. svrYod.

die Mr. MM Mction oa No.Y8Mbef trick. It makes no difference, Mann Mm Drown MtattaelWotffem. i I" "' la' rot,! Ix, puiillrI

ft. East with a singleton Diamond Catherine Bke eel. a ,Neapolitans today were urged., telethons' 1'I. 'Ile I intun .
tree ,
their Chrletmaa
bring suranr "'""
ends up with a &CtUB paw Sells HewHns Eugene Bena w
t+t" when. they are through with them
"
for tOO which is lees than the Ramie
; ter John Upham r*
t II> the site on 10th Street, North,
potMtial W*.T.... make FOUR
Stoke '", near 14th Avenue, North, In back RNW TOURDRIYR'S
sr.TI I lor to matob NO and points.hence a better score U..M> M ryGuU n ,CsrrtoLatahsw "" of Water treatment Plant No. I. LIUtc i ''3

George Snyder For- Henry Caballero fire-pre DURING YOUR
0 AOS $ C&TH. rest Armstrong, Mary Mason. vention chairman for the Collier

f.. tt:7. \' BUT WAITI MArjorie Leadlflgham, Anne f County Association of Insurance MSHJH /

& C-A K Q J 14JflfV Some of you are going to say, Daniel. s6uI Agents, again noted that the h.11'
,, ,
oouldnt Standard American YOU MnT I n''t"' '
"Whj It'Mt Lorna Carroll, Don- Naples Jaybeee are planning a
(Goren) Just as easily have jame gigantic bonfire al 7 o'clock Tues. f.lt N r I P
_A 10. arrived at 13.N.T. contract nle Stokes,AlexMandet. day night, January 5, an event homy's." i, 1,1, ,I

fcA KI5. Good question; U'. possible, of Martin Michael Jennings known ....Burnincolth.Or..n." BEAUTIFULLAKE

course, with the bidding like 12-28: Lee Llndsey John The event Is sponsored as a KELLY

East Is dealer and E.W vul.nerable. this: Forrest Bobble Stewart Rena community service by the Col.

This Board Is a good Robinson. Edward Carlson d Her County Association of Insurance
example of the Schenken Sys. IC CdMltr Put S W INT Peas N Mary Ross, Donald Moneysmith Agents together with the

tent vs Standard American INT (All pit*) Peter Wetzel Irene Ja>l>oe organisation as a fire

(Goren). I was in the dealer's Zlpprodt. prevention measure. The group
Note that in this bidding N-S
seat playing with Roy Fullerat did not Interrupt comm unlca. 12-27 Louise Owens Pat- Is working closely with Fire

West. Prior to the game, lions with a Diamond overcall. rids lollner, Oscar Gedstad rnitii p. T. Rlner In planning t'
we met for about 45 minutes to the vent. Members of the City
If there had been such an over Florence Casey, John Peek,
'
swap Ideas about Schenken and ( \'u?u'U and other city and county
call It is most likely that the Stephens Ruby Ann I
Virgil $CIII!
had agreed to try It. In the jffl ,lals will be on hand to son
would have ended in 15. ...
game Harjo. slue it o
above, my high card count cam. Major Archie Turner llfht the
to 18 which permitted the Schtn. CLUB contract. West's rest 12-28 Mary Morris Wanda firs .
$21 "p. "s''hC.JI.LUFF
of 1-N.T, U Standard to
ken artificial ONE CLUB open. pones SnelU Louise Callan, Paul Cal- Phil Brunk is president of the
Ing. show a high card count 9-11 and Ian. Florence O.DrU.lnez Rig- NINGoi Ib G I'iVA >.,ount), Insurance Agents As.
a balanced band; the actual count Anna R.|C. Krai, .:.111' Hrekee
don Barbara Simmons Sedation/ and Gilbert SorensonIs
rd..I.f I W N U 10. North Is now in the lead Stewart R. K, A Otf, C.
William Sell.Alida Ben president 01 the Jaybee group,
>.. Doris.
10
IC Double r t
and comes up with the Heart. 421 >th St. N.ri .
"
30 Pius INT (All pitt) edict.Caroline Raymonds Matthew will, Henry Caballero fire pre.
5 as fourth highest of longest .... MI 1-2171
strongest suit (Rule of 11). The Ayola Barbara Allen.DISCHARGES M +
The Schenken double by Royat k '
end result is the same with a r
West is an artificial rts.
finish of No Trump game plus kAPUt IAY9U I
pones to communicate, "Part.
HUJYNlJ1V
one extra for 410. 12-22 RobertVirner.JamesMartin
net I have the required HIGH
CARD count to have made aposl.tlvo However in reviewing the tra.vtllng Walter Knlpshield\ Oscar ,

response if South had pats score we find that seven Gedstad Dennis Burgess
E-W Teams stayed put with a
ed. Let's see what we should Sanford Phillips Elmer Smith
Club-game and all made It.
play at. There appears to be a John Strouse Jtrnmle Walker,
There were six ties In the E.W
sure game with your minimum No Trump contract. But the Lloyd Perailngton, Mary Skin-
of IT and mine of 10." ner. Year
Blssell-Coffman/ E.W team
This artificial response does 13-23 Be mice Nelson Josephine
made top because their & LUB8 Ql
not necessarily mean stoppers
was doubled by South. Certainly Howard Anglo Otero,
In the South' Diamond over.
you can't blame South (with S Laura Lytet Lisa Blckford,
call. East now makes a (Goren) .
Jump shift to show a count of Aces and King) for doubling. Michael Miller Alex Hartwlg. ::_ Coffee Shop Open
21 in the Club suit Clubs count South could not know that East 12-24 Philip Mann, Agnes SITE OF BURNING OF TUB GREEN,, act for 7 o'clock Tuesday night,

10, Diamond singleton; Is I, had a singleton Diamond. The Ross Edith Martin, James January :.1. back: of tin. unter treatment plant at 10th Street, North From fc.lO: aim to

Hearts K-Q adds up to 5 and double made 7SO for Blssell. Martin, Edward Duke, Irwin and 1 Ith Avenue, North is inspected biuinmitto I from the Collier 10:00
:
Cotfman..which to p.m.
the Spade K-doubleton goes for Goren's admonition seems which prove I Ross May Hurst Helen Mixer, Count\ Assuclation of Insurance Ai "'iiti-, \I ''iu .r.' winnorinn thin e'enttOICI'tlll'l'

4. With the lead from Northto again quotet "Partner's doubles Anne Tiff. i u ith the Nnplos: Ja>'b 'cs HS a inililu lU'n u" -. to aid familiesin

West and, obviously, West's count a losing tens of thousands 12-25: Lorna Carroll Paulette disposing of their Christmas, trei-s Shown from left, are Henry

Diamonds well-guarded Roy of points every year." Pier ret, Carrie Latshtw, Cllbllll I'o. chairman of the fie prevention committev and Jaycee .d. DINING ROOM OPEN)I

correctly goes to THREE NO Laura Ree se and babv boy,Nan deer to the Jaybvca ; Rae lletidrix public relations presenUtl\e for 11:30 'lu 9:00

TRUMP.North leads to South's King. cy Kelly and baby boy Mary the insurance'' agents, and 1'lul Urunk, president of the insurance group. ant : p.m.

Ace of Diamonds and South follows Gullane and baby boy Kathy -- -
with the Heart-Ace. II'. BUchel and baby girl Anne

now obvious that Roy takes all Dr. Larkum Will Daniel and baby boy, Forrest ParentsSet lure have set off a Senate loves height, and (telephone number, Complete selection) of
remaining tricks for 4NT., Armstrong. Enraged tlgallon. the Information obtained

game plus one extra; score 630. Attend MeetingIn 12-26 Patricia Gurley Eugene Off ProbeOf A Senate subcommittee de. through "trickery," are being dinners to choose from

Jan.9 Backer, Mary Mason scribed the operation today as bought and sold In what IB be
TRY GOREN Tampa Mildred Schneider, Bobble Pornography international, as well as Inter mining a lucrative nj' +.ntlon.

Let's see what happened with Stewart James Martin Sells stats, and announced plans for The spokesman\ told a report
the American Standard (Goren) Dr. N. W Larkum of Naples Division Hawkins Ronnie Stokes, Don- hearings on legislation designedto or the operation came to light
traveling a member of the Florida WASHINGTON (AP) En. .
players The score curb the traffic when ymmgMere began recelv.
nie Eula Davis.
shows that the majority remain. of the American: Cancer Stokes raged parents of teenage girls A spokesman said the subcommittee Ing telephone, calls Inviting On (the Trail North
12-27 Michael Wolfxorn.
Ing E.W Teams concluded to Society, Is expected to be among whose names were on mailing has discovered that them tn accompany men onti

FIVE CLUBS with bidding like officers and committee members So. Edward Carts, Lee Linda lists that were sold buyers and lists of teenage girls, Phone MI 2.7146 d'Ult \.

this attending a meeting of the y. sellers of pornographic liters with name, address, age, graph
clety on Saturday, January 9,
f,dtl.r S w N at 9 ajn in Tampa. .. BIRTHS -- --

1C PasC/ PM PutJC Dr. Larkum and others attend. 12-23i Mr. and Mrs Austin
ec Society's cancer control plans Jacob Reese baby boyi Mr.
This time South Is In the lead recommendationsfor and Mrs Charles Edward

and obviously comes up with the and allocation prepare of Crusade funds Kelly baby boys Mr. and Mrs
Diamond-Ktng followed with the Year Act Now!
Dlomond-Ace or possibly with spokesman said. IMS Florida Charles Edward BlJchel baby Start The New Right w .
Plans for the girl.
and then third
the Heart-Ace a State
round of the Diamond-Ace... always Cancer Crusade under 12-24t Mr.andMrs.Claren- _
Dick Pope Jr.,will also I
looking for partner's sag. Chairman c* Morgan Gullatte baby boy

cal If there is anything to com. be outlined and discussed. 12-25, Mr. and Mrs. Roben

Keith Daniel baby boy.

12-28: Mr. and Mrs Tom at

Robinson baby boy. f

12-27, Mr. andMri.Edward _*

flUCBHGREETINGS Louis Zollner baby girl Mr.

l and Mrs William Patrick -

Owens -baby girl)Mr.and Mrs. jFrw_

Johnny Harjo baby boy.

1 May the Now tar __ 1


king tvtryKoppiMti Hoover Blasts

I f / Is those Setting Up Civil _

p priviltg N h tut te urn greet Review Boards _


r f WASHINGTON (AP) FBI

Director J. Edgar Hoover said Ihluli
&ms today civilian review boards on

+ police actions "represent a
backward step for law enforce

t 4'f men mediocrity.toward" Ineptness and

He expressed his view la his

Yt't customary message to all law -. .
enforcement officials la the '0.' .. .
,
-r: p, 'I' ,
i
FBI law enforcement .. ***
monthly ? ,
bulletin for January, .... .... ,

"A questionable move cur. 1 I
f' ,
rently being championed insane ., ... :. ,, "! 0(9r, ,. 10
localities Is the establish .'" .w:, ":' ,
s! ",,'.. ,f .: r 1 : ,
ment of civilian review boardsto :'i.... !'ff' _, < i..", '

s heir complaints against lawwore.mlnt ....,, t ,:, If' ": '
A J. "
officers he said. .
_
He called this drive an lll-ed. -'> > ?.; &*-. -, -I--. .. .' ._, -. -, (
.
". S "
vised maneuver ,' .. 'f'ft' ..... .. TL ,
\0 _
"It Is a practice which could .
Shop
Merry-Go-Round damage effective law enforce
ment and reduce the orderly :5s) ew < m ".lCldcr A .n j: u,: :'crepe New bo4t).:sHI are

756 5th Ave Se. processes of community! Wes


I FOUR SOLD IN PAST THREE E WEEKS TWO [LEFT[ !


A tree growl in line Ridge by

In a matter of days you will have to pay $1,000 or $1,500 moreif -
the aid. of a lake .

lit r V you can get one at any price. The land alone cannot be

and a how's I U built .

bought for what we are asking for these boathouses.

and more houses are built .
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*, art w.kK. .We elf,' w .'ff I* ....'wl. IIN Nel...m II (lumber. The lied aril .bates*. boitkww *... ,.>...**.*. >* t *.".
{Iktfiw C.r UiH. The rr.aMa .I ....1 1v..,. are sIIered M !Ie easel .y the evrdiaMf r..tIrit. i4 ...*, le IwutM, well
j .0 fffM .... Ant **rtf4 hew. T.riB.: .III <..* III aafenrth ....,11_.... All ,lie ....f bee <. .. I.' here It, k..anM < I"
..... kaiser, ,.".... t. Ih'H meal purl It ,.,....... 1 Ulk..M* sire M well bent' Ikil. ..., look the fullm<,
eI k.rrl..sM (,.,...'. clad sad .tUr eaheet! "<.'(*. (Tk*
TWr eNl ..<" he (......, braliMi U >.i. .. fw klk ..,..... coral" k."It... t rr kMe I t. ,...11I.,)
*( rtre nmr.m .Hk the beetle *f C.il,... .*. Paint e
.. foe k.a<.,.4 >.'*. 'inlaid brew G.f<.. tit. .M prrt,4 f..e.alerwe .. sr. e'vllttri .. the ewMre ./ lk.... b.elbces.e a -
Tk' 'U..ilv. k n .11I. M* rosy fish. few hilt er ...*.4 beedrd fM .survey. tidy.l fret eV*, .*J e .fc......d teal
'Nrrwspe .iik..i r..*i.s .i Uw .i...i tkrvefk MUee w .Mss ..... ,.._t. .Ilk ...*rf,_ !..... rtMl 51$01 U tr I fl',
h"(sep ar... 1 IHIJ WILL BE MORE Hf \ VAl TOK KVM\ see feet e..f, s4 e W X W b4 er.s.AH .
HUHSBIs h'
of tEAR.n. kMikmu** M the Mlk .U. are M cod eely> lee .( Ike
more and more f."H>-. 'PP'. U* the edvsntspee* line Mw ...11...._ .r. e anal Iwpr....... H. .be .... w1 raw MM M the ertk .14e ese ..". pulls U sad I*. Ye.

lidg. bte"l oft. Ask any Piro Ridge resident bvt the spsclvvtcr befit e. the Mik ..u. w ik. .t.e. Iag,' .._ cad lrrlilee/. (.eawt key t.. Mad aWaw ff Ike "fW. we are fftrlef.. Hates
end the benefits .! Pine Ridge Hvlrgl" are e.r.eb. ,. eb ,.d .esrs. with a .1.1M fuser Ureetlw. Ml .**! The ebsr..iR sear seal aial.
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R\tA GAME It J. Game Will Be Out 80-78 Win 4 f


ByDovld liME On Channel 2 Over Princeton

"
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Lyon new iORK AP Bill
Naples football fans will be ( )
able to watch the Orange Bowl I i'r,Idle>' sat hunched over (on the RTS I
nervously
same between Texas and Ala Princeton bench :I
This week I tAiMing I a towel, and witched
conducted the annual year-end clearance bama tomorrow, January 1, at v

of the accumulated debris in and upon my desk Among 8 pjn. over Channel 2 of Gulf Hi f lead he had so spectacularly nation's top. . . . . . . . . I
some of the '" Bed against the
Items I across the
came were following
Coast Television's cable it has ,
I a inked basketball team
Four college
ball-polnt pen refills (empty)
Four 1964 Little League schedules been announced by Dick Cox, i ,llade away 6 COLLIE COUNTY NEWS Ntploi. He, TWid.y Doe.mb.r 31 ,,9b4 I

Four 1984 Senior Little League schedules. GOT manager. War, Michigan's awls Rus.M .
One 190S Senior Uttle League schedule Special arrangements had II! t"&sed in a SGWoot Jump shot -

Three IMS Christ ma* cards to be made at the giant tower I''th three seconds to winning I

Florida POA tournament ticket. east of the city In order to! 11 t jot..i the Wolverines JO.T8 -

One used hurricane tracking chart. bring In a station located OUt- 1 j\ .diehurried to the dressing Bama-Texas Bowl Game

Southwest Florida Transit Lines bus schedule side the 150 mile "blackout" i inu'
Campalfn card, H. Milton Link for AI i our later the door was
mayor. limit which U customary with
City voter registration lists back to IWO. 'tin! lked.1 ,,:
dating played in the
Orange
tar and Recreation schedule' Dept.I96t-63"adult men's basketball league" roa. games Bowl, Cox said. Since pickingup i". "". doesn't Princeton want Coach to see Butch any. Plans Closely GuardedMIAMI

Naples High 1968 and 1963 football roster. this came is "out of the \ u, Breda Kolff explained. "He
ordinary* for the cable firm .I i .esi 't want to talk to any one. (AP) The Orange gin at 8 P.m. (EST) and *.111be

+ + + Cox advises that reception may "What can I say? I really Bowl game plans for Alabamaand witnessed by a sellout Crowd

Naples IJieh's basketball team will have Its work out not be up to the standards to dt I'''f know t asked the kid."J1at Texas are among the best. of about 73,000. The game will

out when vacation ends and the schedule picks up again which subscribers have become ..cs 1 should say but they guarded secrets since the atom. be carried on national televi&i,n

The team hasn't been able to get In much practice at the accustomed.The 'ildn't tell me. Maybe should Ic bomb, but regardless of this before what may be the biggestTV

gym because the floor Is being refinished during the holIday Rose Bowl Cotton Bowl I we taken Bill out when he was the contest Is shaping up as a audience In history fur a
period tired and saved him. Maybe It's battle between blue ribbon run. sporting event.
and Bowl
The first weekend after school resumes, the EariM Sugar games all by j my fault" nine and passing attacks. This will be the first nit'

will play their first game In three seeks, an away con. three of which will be televised Bradley, Princeton's 8Joot.5 Alabama, which will put its game In the 31-year hlston a i

test with LaBelle. The Cowboys have not beaten NaplesIn New Year's Day, will All America,, Olympian and national championship reputat. the event ,

eight years, but are fielding one of their strongest come in over the cable system Rhodes Scholar, put on one of ton and a 10.0 record on the

clubs In history this season through "normal" chan ;!:E1 the m >st spectacular Individual line against the Longhorns In
The following night the Eagles visit North Fort Myers nels and will afford normal performances ever staged In the annual football classic Friday .

The Red Knights have a tall, sound team and kept In shape clarity, Cox said.Campbell : Madison Square Garden night, la expected to keep 11 Fives WinsIn

during the holidays by playing In the Sarasota holiday NOSE GUARD-Wilt Chamberlain
tournament. Further, NFM won the affair by beating Warriors wears a guard to protect a broken nose Fouling The celebrated duel between On the other hand, Texas has
Sarasota end Punta Gorda on successive nights. Bradley and Michigan's C.ul.Rus..l1 no outstanding passer and will Moorings'Mystery
Breaks Wilt the Stilt as he attempts a basket is Willis Reed 19, of .
the New York Knickerbockers In the semifinals of the most likely test Alabama's ques.tlonable
f -f + Holiday Festival Tourney dldn'tr.ally defense with the bruls. Game
The dying football season reaches Its holiday climax World's Water develop It was more leg ground game that carried It

Friday with the tour major college bowl games. With Bradley vs Michigan to a 0-1 record. The promised
mystery game
the Orange Bowl converted Into a night game, It now is Speed Record Peterson Calls Oklahoma When he left the game with Both teams have worked be. members of The Mooring"Women's
possible for the TV watcher to view three complete five personal fouls Bradley had hind closed doors all week and
PERTH Australia AP Golf Association forWednesday's
games In succession from early afternoon to late at night. ( ) these statistic 13 Held goals In how well each team adjusts to

If you can't find a TV set, Bill Ryan advises that the Donald Campbell broke the 25 attempts, 15 of 20 from the the unknown may spell the dif outing proved to

local radio station will broadcast the Sugar Bowl, Rose world 876.33 water speed record with Toughest Opponent Of Year foul line, 41 points, nine re. Terence N e i t h e r Alabama be one where the most fives on
miles hour and
Bowl, and Orange Bowl games Friday. per today Minds and four assists. And the Coach Paul Bryant nor Texas' a score card determined the
became the first man In
history man to man defense, Oliver Darrell Royal would give a hint winner. The mystery wasn"
f 4 + to establish both land and water JACKSONVILLE (AP) -"The to us with their running" he Darden, scored one point for at what they had cooked up. revealed however, until ah
.
Florida sports writers, through their association, chose peed records In the same calendar key to It will be defense," said said. Michigan And he also brought The big question In the game players had completed their

Byrd Whlgham of Wildwood the high school football coach year coach Bill Peterson of Florida FSU' quarterback, ..toot.5 the ball down against the Michl. is Joe Namath, a young Hun. rounds.
of 1964. Ills Class B team won the state championship On the first run on Lake Dum. State u he sized up his team's Steve Tensl, and his favorite receiver San press. garlan from Beaver Falls, Pa., Wilson li
playoff for schools of Class A site and bleyung he reached 283.60m Mrs. K. sporting
smaller. chances
against Oklahoma In Fred Blletnlkoff paced "He's tremendous, Michigan who can throw the football with
To qualify for a berth In the playoff, Whlgham's team .p.h and on the second run the Gator Bowl football game the FSU attack to its 8.1.1 rec Coach Dave Strack said. "I IIWhim such power and accuracy that fives on her card was declared -
had to win the 269 m.p b.Campbell. the winner, Mrs. E. Reeves
regional championship, a point system Saturday. ord this season after two medl. 20 minutes the other night he will become the highest paid
affair based on regular.season victories The system already held the '4f we do present a problemto ocre years. and 40 minutes tonight, and h.'s rookie in history when the. game was low putt winner for the

Is set up so a victory over a Class A team is worth more existing water speed record of Oklahoma with our passing; "It's difficult to build a pass Just tremendous." is over. day, needing only 33 stroke:

than a triumph over a Class B or C leam.Whleham' 200.33 m.p.h., which he set up at the present a heckuva problem leg attack In college because of Strack, however, saw him less Namath, who had seen limited on the greens.
team played a somewhat weaker schedule Lake Conlston, England, In May19S9 than 40 minutes. Bradley fouled
., the timing Peterson call "We action this year because of a "Members will play in another
than Lake Wales Late In the season Whlgham observed Just got It together this year." out with 4:37 to go and Prince knee injury, came to Miami In mystery game next Wed
that Lake Wales, If it won Us final game, would be the Last July he broke the land Oklahoma, he pointed out, re* ton holding a shocking 75.63 peak form and relnJured his nesday," a spokesman said! ,
regional champ. It would have more points than Wild. speed record for conventional Palm River'sWomen lies on power running. The soon lead. The Garden crowd of 18,. knee. He will see only spot duty -
"one left from
direct drive with 403.1m.p.h. over a venrainy
wood could hope to gain with victories Its final two games. cars 499 gave him standing ovation against Texas. .
ers use passes only as surprise
One of Wlldwood's two season>endlng games was witha at Lake Eyre, South Au.. Golfers weapons. that lasted more than two The game is scheduled to be. day" I

Class B opponent, Lake Weir, the Friday before Thanks tralia. "This will be the toughest opponent minutes

giving Whigham canceled that game and lined up Class we've faced this season," Michigan shifted from a lone
A Eustls for the Friday after Thanksgiving. Play Calloway press to man.io.man press, and
Peterson Bald of Oklahoma.
FSU Ends 7th
Wlldwood defeated Longwood Lyman in the regularly 'They have great Individuals. Princeton's Gary Walters broke The DOg's'l at :1 .ilffI: \

scheduled Thanksgiving eve contest. The team took on. In Mrs. Maggie Weaver and Mrs Jim Grisham Is big and strong through for a layup that gave I
day off, then beat Euitls the next night to end up with one All-College Stepheny Bluemel won first and Lance Eentrel Is feel Cirl Me. the Tigers a 7743 lead. But that

more point than Lake Wales. Cage Tournament second honors In Tuesday's out. Adams Is probably the best linebacker was their last look-in.
Such late.season schedule manipulation strains at the Ing of the Palm River Women' we've faced With Bradley gone, Michigan

bounds of ethics In the coaching profession. It Illustrates OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Golf Association. The winners "All you need is three or four started stealing the ball, forcing

the effect of the playoff erne on wtn-happy coaches Florida Btate finished In seven.th were determined by using the great players to have a great Princeton mistakes, dominatingthe

Even as Whigham was busy manipulating, there were place at the All College Baa. Calloway handicap system of team," he said "We will have reboundung and slowly,

printed suggestions that the FIE A A forbid late.aeason ketball Tournament yesterday scoring, jta be real hot and play a greatfcame. steadily whittling away at the
schedule juggling In future years. But if It was prohl. ,by defeating Rice 81-56. Plans for next Tuesday will ." lead. They outscored the Tigers
blted, how would the sport writers' association be able to Ron Malmen led FSU with SIpoints. be revealed In a "surprise pacJ Both coaches called for the 17.1 the rill of the way.

pick It. so-called"coach of the year"? It was Rlc.'. ninth cone kage" Mrs. Marty Best, l pub.llclty kind of work this afternoon twill

secutlve loss and FSlf never chairman announced. taper off from the heavy Keep Going Nine r

{RacJlfh wmtm I:: ;: 1 trailed. members Mrs. Best of the also women's announced association practice Jones pace scheduled of recent a 4.rolnute days Hours Straight

tl CALL THE NEWS FOR were lending a helping drill In shorts for Oklahoma.
., .. .. "' _j RUBBER STAMPS hand In preparing the clubhouse "We will review the kicking ASHEVILLE, NC (AP) MISULTSrinl revel as
The thundered and
players
up
for the New Year's
party plan. game and rehearse offensive down the basketball court fore T-III 71 Quln. tH Pint On, D 1/10
ned for members and guests this and defensive assignments,. h Hon. look i IN IM 110 Jo4l' II.... 71 Cik* Olrt 1 In
evening She expected nine straight hours and when Lady lot I 4 M I M .1
many said.
"talking rounds" of successful the final whistle blew the Cal h. JomMon 1 4 24locoml Mot"Orol) 0 l"tiYMX [ 101,7&
Films of a half-speed scrim 0.'. Ann
ollc Youth had II Ar.Ylwky' 1
golf to be heard at the party, Organization 0"'" $11 M
mage Wednesday were rushed edged a YMCA squad 690.673.The Limb law I 4 20 Ml 1 41O.nnock
with all the "Us" left out. fecMOnN D
through the developer to be Soy f I/It
game was arranged by trend..? sun S .10aU: Proof 10 I Llir I 9
shown to the squad this morn Asheville Catholic High School Cenwwura' | KMr Cvt11',
InC and point out mistakes. Dolly, DouMo (II) t* M Mint Mof ic I I nor", Modol' 4
I Coach Charlie Munday with the : .
Free CoursesIn If the team takes the field to. Idea of setting a marathon YIN T-lliTl 0".... sail fronting Jot It. awn!! aprlng i

morrow It will be for at most record for basketball. Conch 0. Irlndy| I It M U.J.10 t t MRotdlly M Third] Ores M 1/11|

20 minutes to keep the playersactive. Tlpoff was at noon Wednesday I I n Rimy Tgekr | Broodw,? Ed ',

Boating I and all 10 starters stuck It out eaAA T-ult Qul .45 at',,.,, p4 ItiSKJF .'r
Both Peterson and Jones said I until 9 p.m. A five-minute half I Nyluen I $1 N i, .re.I 10 N'p.Y, cutltf | lure ;:.'t 10rourth
they would like 7.d Sleek 7 /. N 1 N
to
take their :
Open Jan. 4 I time was held at 4:30 pro for Tidy N..1 171 Ordo D l/ll
players on the Gator
Bowl turf ,I the players to change shoes, '""". "'Cl'lll,
'
briefly to get the feel of Fifth T-lliM QuUtu.N Glory Button I IsS e
it but
Naples Flotilla 93 of the U.S. couldn't ,I drink orange Juice and eat a SMn* ...., t II 44 10 M IN \
Coast Guard Auxiliary will co get permission ,I chocolate bar IudRan/: 17NN "w .'iEiF"iriflh ; I
nJones z
expressedd concern that t Iy Arkl. | 4 N
Otherwise the continued
duct free classes for the public game
at their station In Crayton Cove the footing may be looser than i uninterrupted sum' T-I1,il Quin. III.. 8ro. D tall
his Oklahoma players are used Mutual' H.port | I 10 100 I N has It'I' '0"...
Broad Munday was satisfied with his !! Mend e
Avenue South and the T.m Smiley | I 01 IMT fc .
to but
he U
prepared with cleats : ,. ,. : MnokM
Bay beginning at 7iJOp.ro. Mon. i I production. 7 1N They .. Demlmtd :
,. of ,,.
varying lengths! s
des..
day January 4. "We "The boys finished strong and ...._... -111 40 ...... mOl 1, ion/' I
One practiced In loose sand I i played good defense," he said. MMH 0 r N tMH.IK
course covers eight pra a '" seeN Ian G.. ,
all week, Peterson sold '1 Wllll, I 4N < C |/1( .
he wasnt leu. .
However part T
teed lessons In basic seaman, don't think the turf Kipper Sntek 7 4 M ylo lutton. l fI.. Soyor 1:*
ship. Anothercouneofl7weekla ,our running" would hurt lady 1 impressed with the offeru air M .1ft UTMOXd :S5r: ;: lilt Ion} ee IuNN =$

more advanced and is for boat -- II live, display Munday recalled S I T""I1I\.o.\ IN' 4 M rVotty h..., | Lee pout'I.I I
owners who wish to further their hat;: he played in an eight-hour I-IMrlarl5 I M IMln
boating knowledge Eppa Ruty load Cincinnati' i contest In Canton 22 years ago Nev., I I MNIMH SovonHiSioy .r.4. C lll.Minn

For further Information callEd all-ttme pitching parade In vie. |i in which the final score was T-4I.4I. Ota. MM (J:,.. 1t pc. :
islet with 161. Boh Purkey t._ MlH' Mtr 0 II.H I'M II NMM 1 led ,
Cope Smith, MI M876, or ;I 1300.768, with high-scoring boo. lNN OI"*_ ../ 11 A.",. reran t
tits rock' I ,
George Chapman MI 2.2921. leads the prostm Red in winswith ore going to a teammate who AM S. I 1 MT CiDttln Tommy | H.,,'...,' I
103. t allied 800 point.
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1It'\1 I k., 'WI 1IIein
cone eo cln..H i i iAaflera ,"hl"l ,
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them" i II'' 'I i h oe.i.m" r
mile from .
lq:1I paea t"II1'IN '
The youth of the Peoples Chapel by way of Altoona and visited
so lall((' till a I uiglerft c ,i I"tIinux
Sunday School and dub wilt Mrs. Maude ShocUey and lit Ikem 1'1'1.1.k, Well

iresemed their annul pro then on toOcala where the fai. from Fort M", "i ,,,., ,,,,l"l ,, l '
grim Wednesday evening at the try met at the Peter Pan >. ale two bit OIlP' I :, ho..ll' I II I "
High School Auditorium. Spe- which U owned and operate act the pass i It II i ihut/ utrn ,
cUl proaomatlons were givenby Mrs. Shockley'sister and hr. heavy that t 11 I'* .d II I 1111" ''

Pat Smith. Calvin Lltea ther-ln-Iaw, Mr. and r, li, \u HIRIM" Mi Rl'HY Kappaiif :, l 111 I I.il KI"' ''I P
johnny Clark Elena Bamhart James Sellers Jr. others r- Md trout II isi' s s, g.1. : ,
ill t win in Collier i t..I i i nuinner 01 mackerel end twcI taeHor-ei.Mk. call err all
9 and 10 year' old club members tending were Mr.and Mrs. .'.. Fishing u.g.
11 and 12 year' old club Dasher of Mrs.Shock- + County waters !hll' Jumped from olllSPaul her, Vermin P.I Ii ."'" n,\o" iron At.
parents low rear to taw overdrive In thet Menaen and George Van i laata Ga. vhl"i intarly his amp> I..-
members ley a brother and his far i ? *< 48 t h.r" Wu k of Naples reported a catch OVBIdown > <" ks .inllr' ,11
Other members made up s Mr. and Mrs. rUL. Young ..I 25! .
Ann i \I ixMitrtJperlodnft' Spanish mld.erelloToweU appnOl .H" iro i p.''111.1'i i
choir which told the Christmas merly of Saudi Arabia and raw ft sin a,' .. (..Khi'r. illilerllu"jt.otn at the i cove marina. Towed, Rill whet i i I. 1'1", h, u
story In song and choral readIng of Sanford) Miss Sarah Youngof slid, ,'\t'l i fine trouper hauls who paded Harold Louvlc, Wan,, to his h"lIIe.Trout. .
s while me Nativity Seen Chattanooga, Term., and Mr. In the Gull "ith ratchet weighing ter Penney and his daughter oi Psi'II i 'I'. 1"1| "its, I f'prob&bl
was portrayed by the following and Mrs. R,A. Young of Tava- up to IS pounda and tome ban Claire, WU., on a Gull' ) its,' .1 1,1."llIul L, "
members who were in full cos- N tilIng I ikon only a quarter of a fishing expedition, returned with the camcHtni' I n.,," male sort
utnet Joseph. Lonnle Clark} rtea.Marie Ellen Shockley spent mile off shore a catch of 64 red grouper.Ben creek arouni.' III i, IIIIt 11"-
Miry Cynthia Carson; Shepherds the Christmas holidays with Schools of mackerel and blue Gardner, Carl March and ever blues ,u. aoo'.I'" Ii II
and Felix have >broken out In both the Gull Ray Wolfe, all of Naples, had a same area ant' ]In u OlItt f JK I '?.'
Roy Reynosa her and
Mr.
parents Mrs.RJ. .y and iu\s limit and reds are recent red grouper catch weljhtng season Eddy Erren Joe Walker; Wise Shockley. Teresa Shockley returned I bung) i tit i o.un ing the passes and 247 pounda. A doctor from After a fpw i tot ,( fisimv
Men, Jesse Salughter Dldde with Marie Ellen to Miami tarpon are i oiling in CaxambM Detroit, Mich, also fishing out!of Kappauf said II u.\ S Kul.t.of '.
Errett Steve Patterson) Angels Sunday to spend a few days. Bay for the angler with adventure the BportSpot with his wife and Imllaiupolis, M .tight,, :'I.-
Mary Roberts Mary lurking at the end of his tod. daughter likewise reported heavy trout and foul. l I'' ws WI\IP! I in.UUnj.
Walker and Linda Reynosa.The REUNION LIBRARIAN! ;Mrs Juno H.r,hka h, tlds n d\e''k fm 8100 donated! Naples Pier, h""VI'laa grouper action including one A IIIh,1 I ni t"1" i ,r Ii I '"i
narrator was Glen Wrisley. Mrs. BlUle Ed Harris and by th*' Duplh ,a- 13t lldg. Club tn iII l:< ip' huilil tho tuu itinn )lilnap' ''xnlding, been the one ..ct tkln. A few weighing 10 pound and inints w.'I.. 'ukcn i bi i I. i
Tree and stage decorations children Blake and Natalie of Gene TuriH'i i pi indent of the Fiii'ndv of the Librnrv. larks( on at left ns Vie mackerel and pomptno are being Forty red grouper were talen Sealey III r t.i '1'; uimi', N \'
were done by the club mem- Louisville Ky., are spendingthe Pennywitt. pusidvnt of the Bndjfi1 Club makes the pre cntntion. "Tlu1 Naples landed but waters are till mud. by Mr. and hire Howard Punchesof fishing from ne., (Alit" I IM

bers. They also bagged the holidays with Mrs. Katherine Duplicate Bridirr Club has closed its 196.1 season, and at the final died from last wwk's disastrous Naples fishing with Harry dorks .
W,4In. Yarleh I is d mi..' ,11;II"i
wind romJUkwe ( On another occasion a.
fruit candy and nuts which of the board of directors voted to donate 8100 to the Friend of the making highly .
meeting
Stanley. Mrs. Harris unfavorable. 8, S. Caldwell of Naples and Is fast u' win nil ,.....t',, nt
were given to all those attending and Mrs. Stanley went to high Library," said Pennywitt. "The club w n non-profit organization with a Robert' J. Norvlne, fishing on Jennie Whllll.11 IIr 1'1''i.t.' M ,
the program school together and they hadn't strong belief in supporting local projects It felt the Friends of the CAN'R CARRY THEM Calrfwell'i yacht the"Caldmar" reports f'II.r.. ,, i o' \Lu.Ii

seen each other since 1960 probably most deserving at this time," Pennywitt said (NEWS photo Anglers who like grouper fish- ran into a school of Spanish showing up am i".( limo, ,..I i Gssl.:

BIRTHDAY PARTY so they are really having fun -- -- lug never had It so food, report matkerel boating 15 good-alied Ivan Day spat:, and 4I.i, new" to
Mrs. Buck Garrett honoredher being together again from Germany where they have Ed Towell of the BportSpot Marina flghtera red. have beau., ., bn.thml, I u 1"" t.

son David on Ms llth birth Mrs. Edith Renfroe was the been staying with their mother One Woman's Junk Many in the IO.I5 pound Fletcher Dtltner of the Marco she aayarishhig.
day Tuesday with a hamburger guest of Mr and Mrs. Orville and class are being released by ang Uland Marina report that Stuart _ui, ."old think K<'"i
and father Mr. Mrs.
step Blt-kford of Qoodland whileen out of Ship Ah W. C ..
cookout at her home. Hamburgers Best in Wauchula Christmas lets because catches have been V. s.I'in
baked James Worley for two years. .o "stupendous" that am all boat Ilren't route to Mi tone crab nets Jr., of Naples M rung UP'I't ,I .t-
: beans pickles day. While there she visited They left New York by bus equipped to carry the extra in the- Gulf, hit a school of tour fat trout, 'nil big am.k) atilt, '
potato chips and birthday cake with relatives Mr. and Mrs. and arrived In Miami at 8:30 Another's Treasure heavy load back to doc'k mackerel and took in excess of several noundirs ai ,1 i I..I. i I"".
were served. Those attendingwere Sidney Thomas. Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. L. S. Peck of '100 pounds while trolling. Jaik. head
Rob Queen. Dale crown Mr. and Mrs. Roland Walker Wallace Passmore and Mrs. By CHARLOTTE DURNO "Hubby dear, you are not going !Naples' fishing with Towell had a I. Thompson, a guide boat cap Aboard Capt. George r< > "', '
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Clifton,. and Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Roan Earl Dampier drove down to With the new year Just a few to discourage me." catch of 52 red grouper and a lain, returned to Dinner's docks guide boat out (4 UXKII i.,,.'I i Ott i
and children Tommy. Brenda were the Christmas dinner pick them up and bring themto hours away we give a lot of "You don't need to threaten large octupua. Harry Kubellneof with 1,000 pounds of red grouper Emma Ford and daugto s'
and Donnle Mrs. Betty House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Immokalee where they will serious thought to such thing ma." Chicago, III., with his son In an afternoon of fishing about Thelma Dwllmann u< ( I I.. I ,
and children Kenny and l Karen", Eldred of Fort Myers. be with their father u resolutions. We resolve to "I'm not." fishing with Mr and Mr*. Byron 10 mile off shore. Ohio, took In IM r.Mi .
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Spires Mrs. Horace Sherrod The Lions met at
and children Donna and Jimmy. weight (or gaining u the case "I'm not looking at yovu.J'mnot "Mae Bell" boated U black gry In the vicinity of Wiggins miles southolCaxann I ., i I'
children Bill and Jane, spent Lions Den Monday. There was may be), remodeling the old even speaking to yon" grouper and one large cobia. Past and the Vanderbilt Beach By the calendar asst) 'nmom.ter
Mr. and Mrs Walter Garrett
with
Christmas In Madison Mr. no business brought up at this homestead being a better Twenty black trouper were area and blues are beginning to It la time 1 i
Buck and Mike Carrett.MM.R.E.Shockley Sherrod and son Phillip. They there no officers "All right. Show me where activity and although
meeting as were person nicer to our neighbors also caught by the Dowerman'awhile how up In quantity there, also.T 'n'
and children returned home Saturday. present. Those attendingwere and living the house a thorough the trash 1s. Some way to start fishing with Mr. and Mra m Kappauf of the Gulf Coaef been sIghted off Cs.", '

Marie Ellen and Pam Judy and Earl Passmore Franklin Driver. Murray cleaning Instead of the once over the new that,11'1"So wasn't! a coon that you Stewart Cunningham of St. Clair, Fish Camp on Horse Creek says have been reported tak .".
attended a family reunion in children of Wallace Passmore Mich. all winter visitor to Na.
Conova Sam Heath, Lorna lightly that we've been doing all heard out there after all... ,
Ocala last week. They went arrived In New York Sunday Curry Roland Walker and year. I dldnt say that we act pie*. The party also accounted COLLIER I COUNTY NEWS. N.eln, 'I t. Th""J.y, D........ II ""t

Charles Markham.A ually do all these thuig.just
watch night service will that we give a lot of serious
be held at the First Methodist thought to themll\

Tahitian CoveInvites Church beginning at 11 p.m. While driving through town the
with Rev. Howe preaching and other day I noticed that several

there will be special served music. how ambitious I spelled(you should ambitious have sees the SEE 'Litecno"riI19 o TODA
Communion will be at
you to enjoy first time) housewives have agea .
12 Is Invited to
p.m Everyone
patently had the same thoughtson
Tropical Vacation attend. cleaning house. There were
Mr. and Mrs. Carmene Dal- several places along the streets .
tlllo and Mr. and Mrs Lou that were piled high with dls.
at Pease enjoyed Christmas din- carded wastebaskets, lamp I /
ner with Mr. and Mrs Stan shades, trays and other Items

Naples' Finest .. Mott luxurious Motel: ; WrUlcy and son Glenn. Also that you're sure to aLes If you e 1 't, 4t
visiting at the Wrisley home drive by too quickly Of course,
and Mr. these thing have no appeal to
Monday Tuesday were
Tahitian Cove Congress Inn men other than being Just plain
and Belle of Decani -
Mrs. Harry Junk. But to a woman..U.tht. ,
r, 111.Vbltlng. Is a horse of another color.
Mrs. Annie McClel One woman's Junk Is another
land for eight days was her son woman's treasure I've been
Spen and wife Staff Sergeant Clyde telling Hubby that for days now..
McClelland.: They also visited ever since I spotted that beau R'i
Polynesian ; relatives at Wauchula and Brad- tlful tray Just lying there amid
i the other trach."I 'i It' 1
ley, Fla. I
Ile.
refuse to ,
through some
go
Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Paul of
New Year's Eve one's Junk Just to get you an
Panama visited her
City nieces.
old tray that's no good to any, 1V
Mary Alice Gross, Louise one," laid Hubby.

at (k I\:\h ; Spoootr and Junltsa Hudson "But this U good I eald. ,

._.. over the holidays. This was "With a little polish It'll be } v
Tahitian their first trip to Imrnokalee. Just what I've been looking tor"
k I Mr and Mrs Carmene Dal "If you ever get around to ,
tlllo spent last Thursday in cleaning our house you'll prob.
Island Hut Englewood visiting friends. ably find one Just like It here," .h
Mr. and Mrs. WJS. Sholts said Hubby
e hrrw
After a remark like that I
the Christmas
were guests ot
could see no reason to continueour
Reservations very limited $10.00 per person Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sholts. t
conversation A* a matter
Evening Includes Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and Ot.tlct. If I hadn't wanted that ,,,,

daughter Velma were the tray *o badly I wouldn't be speak
Complete) special( ) Polynesian Dinner Christmas Eve supper guestsof ing to him yet! 0 1,

Champagne) at Midnight Souvenirs Mr. and Mrs Walter Sholts. I waited a day or eo and the et' dot
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. approached aim again. "1 drove
Noise Maker Roland Walker are sorry to by that pile of traab today. 1 s ,., R Ithbfi a '
Dinner served from 7.30: PM to 9:30: PM learn they wlU be moving tohabella "Did you nowf r
IAd
In the near future. Mr. "And that tray U MUl("ere. '

Dancing 9:00 PM 2:00 AM Walker will be working In the "It can stay there.
"There wont be any moon !
citrus Industry. tonight."

Make Reservations now for an evening thafa Mr. and Mrs. Buck Garrett "Now you're studying astrology -
different and sons Mike and David spent ." --
the Christmas holidays San.
Dress Optional MI 2-4501 ford with her brother and family :

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pic Bates
Island Dinner served from
Hut New Year's Day Ides.

2 PM Lounge will open at 11 AM. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dampier Claude r. BstesNaplsewinter
had as their guests Sunday her resident for the put several

parents. Mr. and Mrs Paul ,years died last night at his Discover the many charm of' The Mo.rlng' by taking a drive through this
of SU James. borne U Kewanee, HI. In Naplesbe
Sapp
Mr. and Mrs. Earl DampIer lived at 744 Slat Ave, I, thoughtfully' planned community arVactive hornet on h meaite, eve,.

f j T f y spent Cbrbtmu day In NewPort He U survived by his widow, looking lush fairways end greens of the golf court or on winding waterway .

RItchey with Mr.ana Mrs. Creel Mrs. Cora Bates, 1C* I. Urn only minutes' from ,the Gulf of Me.l kew..... He was a
Tahitian Cove J.. Coffman put master of the Kewtnee Ma.onle beautiful, 500 ft, beech owned by 'M property owners
r Mr and Mrs.OtsrlesAMer Lodge.

+ y 1 son and children Kathryn and funeral service will be held The Moorings' Country Club 'Include en 11-holo Par 43 ose utlvo golf
Restaurant & Lounger John spent he Christmas boll tomorrow afternoon at Die
days with Mr. Anderson's pa- Cavaoaugh and Bdiuanemaa funeral course, a club house with complete facilities Including locker teens, sandwich .

I r rene Mr. and Mrs. CX. Anderson Home In Kevtnee. and luncheon facilities, and e well stocked pro shop. operated by

New Year's Eve In Largo. They returned host profeuional Bill McDevlli. Call Midway 2-5700,
home Monday.Mr. .
were the dinner ruesu of Mr.
Mrs. EX. Davis
and
Party 9 and daughters. Jimmy Louise and Mrs.day. 1C. Carver ChrUtmas In the city" limit of Naplei! with all city conveniences 'Including unitary.

Jackolrn and Sheri of McboOs: Mrs.Loran Sheely I and daugh *.w.ia. For full Information call af ,
.
Gs. the Christmas boll.days i'i
$5.95 'I b % spent tar Lorarns and her childrenand
with Mr. and Mrs CJt
Velma Jenkins of Miami
and Mr. and Mrs. Philip ,
Special Dinner, Including Cum spent the day Saturday with
and Mrs.IttUp"
and Mr.
Champagne noise makers, hats, ..c. Cesar Crews. Mri. Berry Taylor.

J Lola Carver Nancy Codas -

To assure you better sorvke) wo invite y" to and Mary Skinner o* Fort Luther Burbank\ buried e

make .erv..ioftt Mvtrt. Otis Ford ot Melrose In his Santa ROM, Calif jar

Dinner served 7:30 fW 10:30 PM and Mr. A> Sal and children dens

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CHICK and DOUaLi CHICK
Starting .t 1:00 AM Till?

S3,00 pus ise
W. will bo open New,., Year's Day tA. u tine fa nsrl eetwe sep17

Both dining room and hung.. weed Tb xseee rasa a des.rsmueag ,,*"
pore, '

MI'ItrNIAA MA Ls ,

Tahitian Cove AND RLatAf.tREt PROHR "rW'creC sunsets arc Jatuous"mmokalee

el tKo end al lush Street SovtK CVeyton Gee fag su Averse >Is Ml gfHlY'r
.tn wNA !t. Le t ,
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2. PARENTS MUST BE RESIDENTS OF COLLIER COUNTY. \. I 1/ .

3. EXACT TIME OF BIRTH MUST BE CERTIFIED BY PHYSICIAN. gr jj/ r

4. AWARDS WILL BE MADE AT THE STORES LISTED BELOW. ,

5. THE NEWS WILL DECIDE THE LUCKY WINNER. THE DECISION SHALL J / ( If I

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1 Baby's Best Wishes and Good Healthl
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WITH ALL BEST WISHES ) Mom of 1964 .
IN YOUR NAMEat
from ,, 5.00 GIFT CERTIFICATEfrom 1
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ok Florida Leads In COLLIE COUNTY NEWS, N.plw, N... ""'"" .", 0....... 31 I, If44 fBX
HAPPY NEW
i YEAR
Interstate Road

Building Program

Echoing TAUUUUaCK Al'') nor.
( I
Ida !. leading the nation In
pendtag Hs Interetete Mtbway
; money the UA B reau ol Vvb.Uc .

T Re 4s reported. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Through the Years DlvUkm Engineer JJB. Call, In THE

a letter to Road Board Chair SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) BAWOKOK Thailand (AJ) -
man John Phillips, said that The Chilean government says The Economic: Commission for

n; u Mcf; /' t been"the accelerated Interstate program ao that Florida .he*. secession la brewing among the Asia and the Far East predicted
.r that
1,100 primitive Eastern Is. today economic gain In
v now leads all the state lethe landers, and. 40 Chilean marines Asia over the nea 15 years will
obligation" of i heretatefunds are sailing there to help atop It. be more than eaten up by populatien
.
Officials In Santiago privately ,rum. It said Asian
Phillips said that Florida al. accuse French scientists and trade deficits will continue to
ay : rkwk ready baa committed about 48 sailors of encouraging the Is.land's mount.
per rent of Its 1966 allotment of
break
natives to away
v. 11 MI.c federal interstate money, while from Chile and become part at IPolYIan
t I nearly all states are still pro. NEW DELHI, India (AP) -
un construe, federation composedof Striking with unprecedentedspeed
their
grammlng
tlon. Tahiti and other French terrt.torles Prime Minister Lai Ba.

The Florida Interstate system hadur Shastrt has decimated In
will Include 1,150 miles of super dia's pro Chinese Communist
when complete In MOSCOW (AP) Another party with mass srrssts.
highways UJ musical -"We* Side Eta More than
500 Reds were
jrge Crulkshankt New Year's En" depicts the old year 1837 departing on the right 197*.to There traffic are now.9S2 miles of it ry" -has opened In the Soviet Jailed In nationwide raid
the vouthful 1838 entering on the left.i14. open Union The Russians say they Wednesday that the governmentsaid
wont pay royalties. on It either. beaded off nationwide sab.
Skin Divers Find Tam, the Soviet news agency, otage and a violent revolutionby
said It was staged because of men whose loyalty la to
1 Spanish Treasure the Fair"great Lady. success" of "My neighboring Communist China.

Off Grand Bahama "My Fair Lady" -opened In MONTREAL (AP) Deal
Moscow Monday after playing opment of a longjastlng Iran.qulltaer .
WEST PALM BEACH AP) -
(
to packed houses In Leningrad. drug that helps mental
The Palm Beach Post Timessaid
patients for up to two weeks on
i Come wars, come political today a Spanish galleon estimated SEOUL South Korea (AP) a single Injection comparedwith
1Uw
to contain cold and
Kim rhong-pll, controversial one or two days for older
revolutions come changesin coins worth $11 million has
,
former chairman of South Ko.rea' > drugs was reported Wednes
b+ 4? t been discovered near Grand returned
ruling party,
customs, one thing that Bahama Island 10 miles off the day.The
home to political
today resume orug la a new multiple

seems to be stable is the Florida The find east, the coast.newspaper said, activity the United after States I sliwnonth, Marin er dose called form of fluphnnatlne an older tranqullls,

beginning of the New war made about three months
110 by lour akin divers-Gary
Year. It has been music, Simmons, Dick Tlndall, Jack
Black and Bissell Schaefer, all
the din of good wishes and Miami.
Since the dlicovery, It add< '
the raising of the glass approximately 10,000 coma be. : rr
Bend to have been minted In
these many years. This Mexico and Bolivia haw been
Fancy hats and toast were the thing In London In the Gay brought up. Dates rang bark to
portfolio of pictures from Mnetlei. 1610. I ,ealfal

the follows the Bryan rills, publisher of the
past Freeport News' said the akin
thread. divers, who operate a concession .
at a Freeport hotel declined
to discuss the flnd. They '
!3' THANK YOU
have laid claim to the treasure. AND

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was usually a picture in the pipers featuring a poorly
hIt 19 m''' you ntxl yon, fee!
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:Awl otcr and otcr again. -as It was here In 1939-there are the funny hits, noisemakers

..Ml ,the flowing bowl. So again. HAPPY NEW YEAR! .
r. '" Someone was always being swept up by a publicity stunt,
like this one on aquaplanes at Venice Calif., In 1937 1'a
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continental breakfast coffee
world Greets New Yearn and rolls to help sober up I empty wine flasks, chipped china serve a concoction called s
the revelers before they start I rust stained sinks and "French 75" to Its members
the drive home cracked toilets Friday at a midtown Manhattan
If you're In Rome, you can does The old Roman custom sym. rsstsurant. The drink Is made i
Many Bizarre Ways the Romans do -throw Junk tallies 1 the removal of things old of three ounces of French chain
out of windows, although It's I and disliked to make room for pagne and one ounce of cognac .
against the law There are reasons .. t the bright and hopeful things of Dr. Herbert Gould of White .
IBy BERNIE GOULD N.Y., Frederick Wild, 33, and of life and limb behind the t the new year. Plains, M.T", the society pret p. .. eihee eFstM -- ,w -
associated Press Writer Frank Gunman, 38, plan to fallout police concern, as any pedestrt For the morning after there'sthe dent, said "champagne and cognac 66. >'*4|. Drive I. Tke Meorlac West .f Trail
U out of ar' airplane, climb of an airplane at the struke sn caught under the joyful born. t: "hangover clinic" ol the when mixed together, help
'1 Peak, dance your feet of midnight and pass s bottle of bardment can testify. I Physician's Wine Appreciation restore energy and rigor Is Fine new home In the loveliest/ residential area in Naples! facing
]throw Junk out of windows champagne between them u When the tolls toll W5, from Ian betel; of New York. combatting i Indication of met the Mooring Golf Course House ia unlocked. Go by and look
Just stand around Times they drop from 12,000 feet to 2,. abundance cf Italian balco. The society composed of ancholy and depression Just the it over It's built and owned l bs Naples' Quality Home 7ulld\ !r.
with a million other rev. 000 feet, Then, hopefully, they'll des will rain forth a cascade of more than 200 doctors, will thing for New Tear's Day," A. Vernon Allen and he' anxious to aell It has :3 I Urge bedrooms,

that's how some of the open their parachutes -- --- -- 2 beautiful baths, !giant sited Iivlnll-dlnlnJlI'oom, Central. air conditioning
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The two sky divers have a
will Wtl' 'me In the New
tonight combined total of more than 600 and heating and many more outstanding feature

.' Long Island, at Eastport, Jumps to their creditIn to make this a delightful family home
Colorado Springs Colo., 4t
members cf the MAmAs Club
have figured out a way to get
high and still stay saber They
One of the most unusual
will make their annual climb to
M1'b the top of PUe'a Peak and shoot 1 a'1'k features of this horn lathe
off Artworks. area provided for
yrt In various nightspots around r., outdoor living A
the world, music makers will .:' charming! white dutch
play until the wee hours for door open from the
those people who want to dance
out the old year and dance lathe beautifully eat/toped
war new, tizei M Early American kitchen
One Los Angeles club, the onto the outdoor living
Whisky A Go Co, advertises It see area seen here. Notice
+l t tt'akC' will provide "all the Watusl and .+ thy fence and privacy!

Frog The you lands can stand In Milwaukee" la Time to say goodbye to 1964, and we do so J|tL r*

throwing la free babysitting

evening service along of entertainment with a complete, for ;, with some regret ft was a good yeor.a year in which )t Lrwe .

$35 a rouple r
Many clubs are offering a mode many new friendships and cemented many Mold

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>.. 2 '" and quit Urge
abt u IS the'a ::1. extend our best wishes for a year of health and plenty (What wonderful spot
U t: aluern for the addition <'f a patlo.pool -

.. for and families. Thank for the .r.... leading
% fcs I you your you giving us off the covered outdoor

Y aNAPLES Vs* ( ''pleasure of serving youl j living room' ) '

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10 COLUH COUNTY NEWS N.yla Mw ;nwttd.,. o..Nt 11, IU4 .rinses, or so It ald on tt., stick be made and decant retired early and finding Ibe gal s"T+
himself couldn't unttp her dress, lay I II 4
We were all bushed but aftt I down to wilt.t.r the boHmank
lunch nearly all of as ID&IIIpdto ) com IB. Meat thing Ibl >l
walk down the gangway for: I took 5 hid appeared u knew it wa morning. He e:.x.plaUltd ,
Harbor another go at It. This Urn a fallen women who should haft she was *o sound ..l..p
the men seemed to nave town danced all ..-. Due to the he did not have the heart !I 10
T" the right shopping place* u they applause from all my good buddies wake her up. Then, smart meI -
Bow Line all returned with heavy, brow I came away with firs got everything packed and read
cue that gurgled whew they prize In that category a balls for the room steward in the
.I / walked. of bubble water All of oui morning so I could be out on>
When coming back to the shl cruise gang who were In costume deck when we came in to Ml mi l.
BY NOM1E: ROGERS Jim aevert yelled "Nonle dull. received nice coneolatloiprise I packed everything all righi,
Phone\ MQ.MM way to the pier A* I turned *. It wa iota of fun bv even my dress I was f IIHI" t
I beard, "Hey Nomte, come back I gotta admit that my bunk tell wear! I made it, though, And! ,\ "
U ten-and I will toll you determined to Mil /.roe tome. and meet, Sadie." like a king deed bed, with a on deck in time to see the fir rt ,
niore..of the cruise wo took thin,. When I told her I dk A tall, handsome woman cams. feather mattrea that night. sea gulls com out to meet
in sixty.four... not .ee the thine I wanted up shook hand Hid asked hat The next morning I though) then the sparkling white sfc I 1.0, ; ,: :
most, which was something\ furry,, I enjoyed my visit In Klngetoi It would be nice to share mi of Miami. The ship is /,,, Ie 1 ? ,
1 believe,"when I ended the she. patted me on the thouldei and to hurry back. Natural: price with the one who helped home, and we are all In 11" _
preceding chapter; we bad left and Informed me It wu toe I bought another airing Of bead) me win. When( I took It in to tri waiting to go through cust,,i,,s. __
Ocho Rio and were 90 our way warm In Jamaica for fur. When from my friend Sadlej u well lounge and asked the bartender That Is where I wish t a\ (\
to Kingston Jamaica. We U. 1 told her that what I had. In a* an afternoon paper from i I to please chin it, then at 5i3C movies of the gang with allt) 111
rived early on a ThurtJay mind wa a burro she laughed cute kid named Charlie endln, send the waiter up to the balcony l. loot. Three and four straw i I it.
moraine and loon after break. until tears came In her eyes. another lovely day on a lovel) (where we would be play piled on their headslarge'.nlaat< .

fact were ready to go eiplprlng.I When she had called severalof Island. Ing, crazy eights, or something;) Ml, tote bag bulging with bags,
am cure you have already her friends over to tell them, Back in our cabin, Ken'nd guested we did not ask bow one young fellow came to me I collapsed on our bunks for a glasses, he gave me a raised course kush kush perfume, **vera .
far It war to anywhere. we and assured me he would de. short rest before the big night eyebrow look and said, "Say with carved wooden masks
Just cot In a cab and told him liver a burro to me at the ship First the captain's farewell dinner ,. lady that bottle 1* glass and u tall as they were, and last,
to take u* to the Victoria, Straw before we sailed' and what color very formal yet very tea you Just cant squeeze it." Bill Drumheller with a hand
Market which la a ahoppen\ did I want? t told hint 1 warn*t tlve. Then dancing and com I then explained my plan and carved coffee-table on his head .i F \ '
too choosey about the color but munlty singing in the outdoor he wu Oh me, my finis to this ton .
p&tadll.-I1W1dred8 of small very nice. When the i lien 'd I mull left' Ixhin/ t 1 bs lilt 1\1.1111.1111 HI" I II""
baby blue eyes the weather deck. \\ILLITST\KT \i am' mi u < i 111 i
have all vlsl
'hops. all under one roof, about he must theatre on walter came he had 12 small Is i Wish people could
He grinned would be the Grand out of Its tuna.s .u 1\.111111111 ( all!
came
two city -blocks *quare,wltb a and long eyelashes. At ten o'clock sized stem glasses and by golly ALL countries so they too could
lovely courtyard In the center. and said he would\ try but couldI March and Costume Ball. It Just did make It. A toast find out how much alike we are
While bar. gave hm an advance, on the excellent and all around with In so many ways. Why not''? A number of young: i .e
we gin had a ball, The dinner was many regrets yard alone is worth the trip. skier,
raining and hopping1'the men rice. when It was time for dessert that it would soon be over, but We are all Cod's chUdren.aren't 'Ski Capade'Film pie from Naples who ace unit,
could kit 1 In the putoatening After I bad explained that I all the lights went out, and the you know something? Not one we? NEW HOME in this difficult aquatic SIMI +
to a very good Calypso band, and thought I would be doing theme waiter cam In with flaming of u* said we had missed T. V.,. Gladys and Freeman Tlbbett. Features also will be seen in the pl>
'watching all toe girls to by," favor to take one homebut fast baked Alaska on tray held on radii .or the telephone. We did UP TO DATE NOW have sold their travel trailer ture.The
All the Jamaican people ,ere I would break down and trade their shoulders.The admit It would be nice to be Ken and I had ,a wonderfu and moved Into a beautiful new film was made fur Evil,
wonderful to u*, ao friendly and him one o( Kan's pipes and a decorated home. I Xmas; hope you did too. Wcame ,; 20.wide mobile home on C Pier Naples AreaA rude by Orlstano-Pearsjll Ac.
helpful. They ere trying a new slightly bent No. 4 golf club, beautifully Here are some of the r"lOIIllMary back ., Welcome aboard folks. oclate of New York and will
hatind tint
Idea all had a big laugh shook dining rooro.theornate and U6yd Uhl to sit In Friday night In be distributed by Modern, TV
over there that w. all we dinner to see the Xmas play at threcreat'on ., Another new family, the W. 0. motion picture emphasizing ,
hand and parted friend the passenger In our garden and watch the birds... also of New York n it ex
thought excellent. B'. called a picture. hall here in th,,I Bills from Panea City Oils. 'the fun of water skiing and other
Courtesy Patrol. The men are clothe made quite and show Alan Halg, taking off my..lloe. Harbor. B war a real treat, have moved into a 20-wide on aspects of recreational boating; ported to chalk up 200 television
In natty uniforms and act u a WHAT A SIGHT! A* for the costumes and reading my paper they must have worked like bei.: our newly opened E Pier has Just been completed In Na. showings within the first e.11
combination emcee and Worma.UOQ I only wish 1 could describethe the passenger put on, Napleican Jim Slevert not having to change Vera to do such a bang-up JoIn Charles and Ruth Hill enl"nalneda pies and will be released na. of release.
bureau to any and, all I rial- sight that met my eyes well be proud of its showing shirts every hour or so... and so short a time They calthemselves houseful of guests Mondaevening tlonally on television In May. William Pearsall Is the "nr"
ton to the city. I think If that noon. In the ship's dining The talent that lies hidden around Chuck Molten being able to walk,,, "TheLand Yact in their nice home 011 Entitled "Ski Capade" the filmis ducer and Edwin Hanson tile a'
would be a goaded* for any! room. The boys In native shirts town la amazing especially when with both feet on an even keel: Players." After the Xmu dIM') Palm Circle Drive. Those homemade In color and features several soclate producer.
and straw hat of all colors It comes to the four hula I Just remembered three more .
city. was
they gave four skits. Their very; meatballs were )yummy, water skiing champions. $?
I! and descriptions: ) the girlwellthey maidens Charles, Jack Bill: prize winners in our crowd...able director Is.. jess Thomas, must get the recipe from Ruth photographed in Naples and on
"AUNT MOLLY" (/wore wlld. olored shift, and Chuck. Not only wa* ida : Ken and Alice Wise at Binge I The stag and sound effects wen. We Were at the Lea Wises to. Marco and Little Marco Islandsof
Mud tell you abut Aunt Molly, downs of string of bead, more thing of grace and beauty but: and Edith Schubert at the Musical i done by Sam Mason and Lei.: night\ to meet Alice Wi..'* brother tile nearby 10,000 Island chain. BISHOP DOWNFALLS
or at least that U what I called straw hat* and straw bags, while they had everything went with I Quiz. water skiers I M II\\S. I n.l'1."i,"I I \l I'I
AI the expert
Thomas The cut players were.I and his wife,Mr.and Mrs. Among
over all was the smell of KUSH U and all In'the right places. Wl i H''' 1 K \Ih"rt" I II I
She bad wonderful "
bar laugh\
a Gladys and Freeman Tlbbetts,, Floyd from Illinois, and to secom < who will appear In "Ski Capate"are ,
a attractive' shop and was KX1SH-/ I perfume made of native They took a prize too. Then I HAVE THEIR POINTS of Sara. I hallo. 4-* Vk.1'> .", h"I" I
very
Hazel and Carol Laubach, Heleiand1 '. slides and movies of tile Nancy Schnerlng .
there was the 111'.1 I 1'1.--,1 I Ih I "''d \
fearfuUopps. At breakfast the next i
.- I mean fearless Alpine Guide, one of our bunch had morning to admll,,. Gaylord Case, Peg and Walter cruise taken by Gaylord Case,. ota, former national prll'champlonl II> .,.h.11", ,. I I" ,, ,: 1 \, ,
Bond Wynona and Lee Brown, Earl hobbit, Walter Bond and Patricia Derby .. .
our own Bill DeyErmand; IVGIIMal.skln I that hubbies are pretty nice to I I I ,, 1',,,, I
Thanks s Jim Volpe Edith and Clau, Lee Wise.They former trick champion; Tom ,,,,, .'
and a walking. h"
glove have around She had I
after all.
Skeldon. Vivian and Charles Hal were very Interesting Dorwin of Austin, Texas former ,
all -lock, Thelma and AI Crura,, I found out that It give one national mixed double',* cham.plon I"" I"
to Hazel Holmes, Peg Bremer and I quit a }Jolt to see oneself soothers and Allen Ramsey of Sara.
France Mason. Ole, kids see you especially In sota, a well known tournament
kind
our The With Personal Service The committee for the Xmas I costume. -
Agency dinner Wall Lillian Janda,chairman Other having guests for tile
;""nds. with Grace Harm, Elli.I holidays are The Les Thomases,.
I I Kemp Hazel Laubach Marl.I their grandson Harry Colestock,
It'. been a Volpe Frieda Roll and Mild I from South Lyon Mich., 1* hen
A dependable .(racy, re pon>- I ValentinDecorations by Melee I for a few days.
ible for protecting you, your and Gaylord Case, Peg ani I Peg and We Bremer are en
pleasure family, home end biwlMMftlntt '" Walter Bond and Charle., tertalning John and Eva Rochi
r every liwureble' Meet Hallock. from Oconto Wls. Le* tell:
w i t to serve of loss of through plumed program After the play there wa i I L me his grandson was born In
protecdOft.nt..t gift exchange and carol an<1 Tic. and they took him by to<
by companies of unquttor
you) financial ttrongtb. I late snacks were served, wit)!a see the old homestead. Harry;;
Edith Scholl u chairman. admits to being dura proud ot
The first prize for the out. being from these parts and wi
door decoration went to Harr:r don't blame him, do we7
and Edna Smith, the second prlz e
.- & to Ed and Florence Schaible. HAPPY NEW YEAR

V4flt in i u !IXUIMtt UUCl lie.lrc Hope aU of you take Um,. Realizing that this will be my, -ti is
::? : : to go to see Juanlta and Leo n I i last column this year would Ilk I
Snyder's home on Delmar Lan e I to thank all those who have sal :
151 yak Avenue SetIttI In Brookslde. The whole sera t.o many kind word about I I IIk
NAPES LIQUORS Phone 1-5. MlNceK 1* decorated beautlfullly. Par and only hope you continue toe
Fieri$ *. your car and walk around, th I 1 enjoy reading it, a* much a* I II' .
Four Corners 4 perfect Star Pine In the Snyder. enjoy writing It. Wishing yo ,
,
tile best new year ever. WU
see you In 1965. Ok?
Ge..I almost forgot How\
are you doing with your New
Year's resolutions? Yea-
thought so-Me too. Be good
p.S..just read Inca Robb'. i\
idea of a better and more peaceful .
1969. Wonder what would
Stop at this sign come of it If we all signed; i a 1
1 copy and sent It to our con
gressman. The article Is In Vcr
the December JOth paper. 1 It !!
would make a wonderful teen.
lutlon for those of u* who agree

and save on with nee. .

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By JOHN E. ZATE

Th. holiday traffic durlni
Christmas week provided Na Y Ycnrto
VsT plea Airlines with another banner

expenses period through last Sunday;
night A total of 1'71 passengers
were flown during this time >r '

on the scheduled flight betweei
Naples and Miami. A* in the f fII\ !
past wtfeks, this figure i* wet
over those established durlni
the previous season's opera. r
e tions. Last year 120 passenger yr'f
were bandied during the same

That' right you can save on vacation expenses week. This years figure repre.
8 e aGate ants a 67 per cent Increa
r when you stop at the yellow and blue GGG Ilan.G '
traffic for this period.
In
i It Identifies the service stations motels, restaurants and other several month erf n.ar.perf.ct .
After ,
businesses participating, in the Golden Gate Guest program weather. local .
\ .n exciting new lay to increase your vacation pleasure flying were delayed on Iwo S
without increasing, your vacation budget Golden Cite Estates occasion operations last week due to early

Golden G I d G Guest many pays part opportunities magnificent of your vacation for Gulf vacationing expenses Coast for,and yourself so you year-round can and discoverFlorida's learn hVlnl.l' of.its ditlon morning of the prevented day ground from fog the operating first This flights con or se- y I I '


schedule but passenger hold J6We
log on these night were protect
ed on later connecting (flight
out of Miami, and all arrived at
their destination with a minimum -
l' : a't: of delay The** problemi
W/d seem rather alight when com.
pared with the weather woe ol
{ .sir. several of the. northern statlona;
siA1 s New York, Boetoo Baltimore,.
Washington and many ot..ra1I'"e .
fRE GASOLINE Stop 'hny..rv\Ce\ FREE TRADING STAMPS All Co.den. Gate Guest FREE fLORIDAORANCESlorldlln". That' why we practically shut down for
1.000 trading stamps absolutely free oranges go together three days last week due to fog
itttlotf displaying, the yellow and you'll receive I Best are pleased to provide I large lick of want to go on record es' .
will .there' nothing'to buy. no Itrlnalltl.chedl i and low ceilings, stranding thousands to Ah' J
blue ceo sign and we pick up select from several nationally ell,. fresh t pened oranges, with' our of would-be traveler over Happy New Year and tc .
of for
the tab for gasoline (up to all you can ? thor
your compliments' to each GGG family the busy period. There le little
stamp
$J.00 per family). tnbuted bend-fly" doubt that this area enjoy the ing us with your patronage ,,P. tg you rf?fmg

finest weather in the entire the past months ha$ to, .., a J'p' .Ieqe.,
country thi* lime at year and We extend best
a pleasure
STOP AT THf YELLOW AND OWN WiSheS for a
BUT THAT NOT ALL You'* In for the most exciting ,,, ftflZ!. Those week riding Included NaplesMiamilat Mr and happy and prosperous year

veal >f bonus under the Florid sun as a Golden Gate Guest, f OOO MOM FOB DETAILS .> 1' Mrs BUM Barron JF. Hudson

I Includ ig:: Free fishing, with belt and tackle at the 1,000 ft ..-.... Mr and Mrs C T Brtgg, Mr.
long Naples' fishing pier a guided auto tour of modern, pie'M .-' Golden Gala sf *$; and Mr*. Arthur Mclntoea. Mrs The Bank Of NaplesMember

turesque Naples' and a fascinating airplane ride over Naples, t". ... ', BE A 0 TUnken Mr. and Mr*. Her.
.fa Gulf of Mexico and Golden Gate Estates. There are many Il.;:+ ". .. ma Teeter, John filter Mr*.
'mom surprises waiting tor you at the CGQ Hospitality t,. ys ( GULF AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION r w Magtn. Robert Pew. and FDIC
'
i'' Center, U S 41 and State Road 931 |lust east ol Nlpl."I 0YglOraas J/ CAM tea awl Olean. MTI IST TIS operated Mr E. Porter to Fort Pierce Charter, Venice were Crowing County with Naples Sincer and Collier
1949
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W Petertbwrg
Winter Have,
f tUU.fi. l4 6QIMI1 MMOIIt' ear
stud Miami

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r I I I ANTIQUES DRUGS LAWN CAR I

[ 23-Miu. For Sil* 49-Houses For Rent Ii i 57-Houses For Sale 59 Acreage SMITTY'S
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PAWN SHOPS R PRESCRIPTIONS CAr
BEAUTY SALON
VERA'S FOR SALE CtOM pert, eon FIM' ORANGE G OVI LAND :. Fill / TOM
lOll 7th SI South clone tS.dlesml NouN Boo: I HOMES BY STONE 'lP5 .
Corns of llth Av.. 47th W. MW the 140 ., ,,t 0> ", ar. 'I to 30 nw ACCURATELY I
ALUMINUMPRESS tone er pearty INN 1471 Mu loicming. horneteojitruMiSB '
Street Ml 11117lltf "on almostro.l frOl. Ej Airport Roe LAWN
Sand.North
reaJktt o Coojuine M. (UN" 'i' ..f.,1 natural l Prompt Pro Delivery d SHRUB
dra.na51
!/ PLATES 1 i TERN r Two J III home ndl AClft
Naplet "For Seir i er $:M 'M(> n. icre DON'S wSERVICE
UNIFORMS Rent Seoutlful bedroom 2 SR IAp5 DANIEL WEBSTER HULL CARE
t) II to 11.11,. All SUM .raddd 24V4" x 36" both unfurnithed home withlerge I NOOSEr55ISOesUTH: I1I.1MI Reg Real Ettate Iwo Jewelry Ast11p.S LIGGETT REXALL Iy-I : .
u'm and Urge W* 5.Br1ANNIE'S A.toc HIM
..... Ideal for nf altos.Bteyrtom tare0' twimming utility room poet MWILLAuiA DRIVC: Te I0f M..,,n Woekt M,ke Bowen NIp es Stw ptno Center J.J1J6: M -CAA.
> ltlS
UNIFORM SHOP1I3 I near new Seagate echoolIIM : I MO and Sl INC M rg'l81'rUMI' BARBER

> rl.ndrv.St tIoti7"y.r$, "1.. Hunting Lodges J .SS per me Cult21tu er Bu,ld.it STONE D. .Sid 1 1SuNO SHOPS EXTERMINATORSNAPLES STATIONS
If
Fish Camps I M Towlh St No MI 2 I'llBy .e'..,-tles-m II II per Q RO RNbor Shops

r bidroem eon***. complete, s 6wner -) bMroom1SH 1 au... COLLIER t COUNTY Peel SI. M1.5.414Tkr. / PEST

2-Bikes Roofing & Siding bW.oro I ...... I Wecbt from tho I neer beach Pr,CM r ghi soW RfcAi tY Reelter TINS tt'd' .. Meets I.rb..s 1R Ro I BOB'S

Excellent Insulation 2101. ant pier Soatonol 12/30 Ml Itpretty I I., $ MI 2 M35 before I P m IM >ro mi* I l'iftr.-rr. l lUnrd ( N..l.. sHOpplNo CllNTf. SERVICE SERVICE .

".AUtj'"I-h "" ,N1151NeelPolm '\ Two III....' a.. .'.
rich firm
Hand M, 3 month old tilt land Set Jim STATION
t.-o uAr Oft NIOHT'
25c ea. lurnnned c : Drov. hear Nah School Howell '
Rck Hunter. Gulf Hotel trierI Land Yechl Merbor city. I "MA. 0.o Selot Manor O.,1-S.So En.'t Sun. M.cho"c

II'" 12/20 it COLLIER COUNTY NEWS t., T V c.... Mash MI __ MARLOWE AND BECK Men End cup Mats REASONABLE in duly Ray S.ru
7 JIM or MI I4ZI7 12/17 tf USM cath; ...1pul/ you ;mtoa REALTORS NNur1 Sp RATES MNpM.

etwrmmg horn located inf4APi.CS U.ln 14.1. Tal .I.s ult., (0n! 060 N.th T
3-Boats-Motors Acces. 26-Prsonl MANOR This I Manhattan l27 Broodway D.r .. Nlgdi ML2.7HSINSURANCE r.l i MI 231.7
BulWIng
_rum I ham home i* fur.
O'DDAr- 50 Rooms For Rent Ir..r5/ides City Florida CLEANERSJERRY'S
n..... and the 'lane lot I.
FIb.r5155 Sailboats ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 'fu11y landtceped lhaOnnlm.nt Ox $.2$51 1 SHOE REPAIR

Men or women wi'h drinking R Psi n01 in plvah 55150to :: ,... The price 7
INS CHRIS.CRAFTS problem A.. for help by call w.5M5 :m5 or woman MIt 514 000 JAEGER INSURANCE
Uted Seeti Boat Brokerage in. Ml } 43SI Victor cordially 3205. It11 65-Gen. Real Estate *
Brush Smith Chrit.Cr.lt wolco"ed Msotm.n ,,..t "" Attocialot DRY CLEANING fw \ r lf:t"i
Bob Martin, MI I 37J7 Baptist Church Annei on Itn end Bear I'Sono i Ml Luellle Oltt Virgil Marcttm L... 1.la"d .n 001 11,11J T eil U I MO"'T-.n "T..T.uToroo..O..II..I" p. !:

..- It. el 7th Ave every tan ond i 7 :Mil I'/l If Noble Wright 000 See C"II.' County .
c
(1.2iO buy* e dandy II k fiber; Fr tjjldUjUJLtliVCJkr.B, -- oi !,e,f1 I 11,1 II $ERVICiul! ". HlIr 0' LII
glass boat U hp Homelit* 4 B 00'1 hittIt prior.Ip55 DEWEY / NAPLI.HOPPINO' CINTIS S '0'". Hu. \. _
POLLY 7J
Call Mil OItuno, 2 JI.I '
.
plus weter skis 'C
cycle hie jacket engine, tide cuI.,".. top? 33-5ervicei Offered I/M M51Wanted 142
colt 2.MJO before .. JO a m ort REALTY NOTICE
415$ alter II ..m 12/1 If PUBLIC tit Jill Are <" HI 1110.UPHOLSTERY .
SEA WALLSCONCRETE To Rent

''' ChritCreft Tom ymaHood Gee. Dowty Polly Realtor the "Public' ore informed that Ih* DRIVE INS JEWELERSMEADORS'
Oeoth Finder S.erch.iht WOOD POCK Cerner lit Ave No slid yM.'.'. to r.1ist"r th
i or I bedroom 2 bath unfurmthod :
, t. Cockpit Covert 13000 Foundation Piles HIM, with option Mutt Tam.um, Trod 1511owu.. hsCeus "''''' undn IAp 3051145111.w
ham. Cell Ml 2 5140 end Ml22I7S '
, MI 'U,. rtn.nl Florida ".tut.
' be reeoowM i IISBolei TRUPR AL
Wagner
tilt tlop.n MERCURY1A. .
Docks-Mooring Whips Ave Ft "Pierte PI* NNnY-.....t TM COLLIER FORD a IN'YCI
I Y rOOm I Ivpe of butinett to be engagedHi
ft V
1C Custom built but 12/24 It52R..1 uPNOLsvgllrPRIi
40 HP" electric Mercury molar: AGIN Aulomalie ABBOTTRadio liemo on choicely' lendetapo. ..r lutomoblle eolet ..,vor. end T as
ower.iie lot overlooking" Bee** lepeir other rtletedimidental rt* / 1Yl'.t.
lilt bottom, fist '450.Bassos I
/ Port MVlo. Ml 't 1414: l Estate Wanted Club' Lake on Itnyeit et NautlIn : .ouivnd to be located 1 /lm.JJpml, =.jeir JEWELRY r
II Air Conditioned with 0 E. et Neptet. Hindi The ownerthig
12111 Radio Road baR m kitchen PrOOd1.. of the ./ be vetted I In"COll ipm-ripm" 7111.1110 Ml 4'
o loin tele For ,.., N Mt 1t"Ht MOTOR INC '*. flee owl ordore | 1011Imperial FSIIMA
1101, 1135$ f d17f Two Bedroom modern home dot IfR "erln t
IPOOT FIBER GLASSBOAT Coth on delivery Mutt be N' g f h..,tf. corporetlon IIMI *. I ruff ovteftfe Nor frn.ll. 117 PIPTN. 610 .0 10315 % N, M .
MOTOR AND priced right Send deteilt to / / TIM CASTEEI.Pr.tld.nl
Eft 4t> HP JOHNSON 38-Autos For Sal'* Jet. Huggint Sr Stele Rood 3 I OPEN" HOUSE DAILY I le
S04- S bee IAN two ...
rARROll VILA -
ACCESSORIES I NEW North Hertford City Indiana byra515,400. SMITH ,
TOM PAINT EXCELLENT 12111 NS4Trade ot 720 IIin Ave I00WN NICHOLS --1.-

SHAPE S99J.00 Ml 2'7660H TOP' GRADE USED CARS 44 COLEMAN Tenth It No BOYD. Ml Retter MM burl.Napirs II Fiortoo\.lch BuildingNOTirr EGLER'SORNER I

HP WireH outboard motor COLLIER COUNTY 9 bedroom l belh-"luVnlthed Allurn.y' 4'0"1 Rastnenlp. '
end 1 ill tank Very door MOTORS or Sell In L... Perk Would cenoMorrenting ., 1,, Jan 7 roll K ,
condition Price 140 00 for quick to rst,aSh. tenonte Ml _- --;

solo JOS
15/3011 cantor faun. Iwo dtr..tt. By IIAEELABRAIIAMON
Ires, ..leering I pw. brekot. new Fort Lwderdele Volvo II Ml Need loVgor ho'i.'WIift;: **. BY (LtRK OF CIRCUIT rOURlNotice : IA.ee..1e.e.ee.e..e.e.'t.
Cell Bill owner Porter.$700 or toads Trede for M to MO .c,.. on my equity in 2 *R plr .*ndli 1 ie hereby" given 'Ih.t thiundertigiied .
5-Business Opps.IMMEDIATE 12/1 It MI 11413r"or highwey will, pap difference flied home in city far yewr.QUIty MAROAlTcf T SCOT C1 .. Ab
Marl price end locttion to "P J. in ) SR homo In eity Clerk of Circuit Court of Colt re' .
the betl uted car buy In Mmck ItoO South Oceen Drive. Phone: MI 2121) shIer I em. iounlr! Floride will on the I 1111
INCOME town tee WOOD CHRYSLER Fort LSud.rdal. Fie tIns II SEE'vANKiBSeomKllu tn"iSiNQ"A. ol January IMI' el ? o rlocl" i ,
Phi
'P L Y M O U T H. North Trail el front door et th. roust ..1'J
MCllnp MP .
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FOOD ft BEV DEALERSHIPPART t r 01100 h..lortZ'. tft- ho; N"J: : Collier. I''r.: .u
55-Storts Office : Earl .. offer : PINK LANES Pharmacy, Cirouoel over the holiday rush turned I
e Shown
OR round FULL floor TIME 1958 BUICK CENTURY HT Ollice lor BURTON u,5pr..ke by ep- sod High.tt roll.$et poet public I'=:1orIO..thi, I. A BYOB I>*rty K planned for DrlreOn thr. over Don' LJ(. few klfti (core*. However, > 'n',
Here le oppor rent pout .
( tpeeet
Unity bra manor woman to Colany Corp 3M Hh A,.. SoMl BROS INC t StOIft the I I".III"t"!' ::: pops rh New YDST'B Eve at Pine LarwawUh ("tt RuaU, while the II.rt.una lone Graham wa booting well
,
make meneu serving .....11 Amerilum i.:4J and if4n will TrY!*' I ll/l If )DOE VltW tzUI-- til>,.t.d in Florule I. actlvUlM aplll two and two Stun the
with $J 5er rN ; to wit, Martini at 10(00 C >> ; a* toad (am.* if 14ii' ,
of butmr rurnfcried
fend
punt for ....11 feiein, cor. CellMi square loll W4 end U% of ILL[. 0), at which Builders two and Wonder Oariienr 16t
i built' in riitmend who ten Xrf office 7iTTfie" iT6Nt homo on double, lot 2 Meek pm. time the doors and 153 for a 471 b r' ica.!

tnvett 1200 for ....1." .,.,. 2-6212. BLOC M Tenth SI No Low from beaUl 511.55MARLOWE. CAPRI thereof NO recorded 1 eccording In Plel to Bool thi;: wtU bo locked. Th* prlCB r Reoliurint twos Holland taller the Mlied ChrUtlan to i 11
A inventory m bun monthly '."1.1 Includes tola NI.1
equip -
net: the Can b. .11 largo otvou T EJ; Corveir; Mania'pyderSpan anew.rIn s.rvn WILLIAM 5 AND BECK : pa0 M of the Public Hecordi $3.OOwllitncluebowlingbreak,, two and Fuller Induptrlo two, One victory over Ute UI 11)10' .
ere to meke it Can Conv ember red. whilelop STONE. INC MI t 0111 12/1 10 i oilier ( nunty blondepi and Modern Masonry two and
.,
Puke / fill tic.h a* Roffl UUoJUn'a 16S.. (nwi
Ito. Corp, Amenco Slack interior Full stirs REALTORS '' u.nt lo th> heal decree o" ,
'21- 171 men! patrol, includet tochometer FOR RENTLurge 413 Fifth Aye SoMl fine: Io.ur..nlerd in e eeto pond I. Caribbean Natty two. A (07 high for the Diablo and JanaRuuell
menilold pretture. cylmdor tlore office 2 Mil, 2NN.: i MSI Ins .'n said Court the style of wills Beared
P.O. Bon JUS Sarawta. fie heed or tpece en I. Trinity No. I rot Ills TuelldaJ, by Terry Murnam wa* turned In a Ina 1l1C1i
tpoedomeler tin Ave South (mom
preteuro outmeetd.tlricl
rod.. 4 tpeed* on the ) N block from Finl 1130 Uth STREET NORTH I I IACH INC > FN.>rldeRICHARD Night Mon'i Church Utfti mad,, high lot the nlcht and lea Bunt.Inf (am*. TIle Meihcxllrtw took n'urn

12-Hlp Wanted floor ww U,T.tr.-tt"UIO .NagNI E.cu5.P Mort HI,Hi In (01 po.hon a clean swap or th.lr 1XKNmsnlaTHMty'No abut 1174 pm. and a 491 the UueatUm Marks tut ItttciKcierk
trnlet Can Ml It f* REALOV ... Bede. MF.'Sflff ,....._
.
H i,
051 .
yy. wdr *e *.rl. Elms Shelduti turned
1
Bins Nh A... South I. a* Abe I Abernathy Matted with a 187 (a<>*
Station I
thivrnT.f"Nem
(ountcr lend l kitchen d We room. A PUPA mnd
help ron. 1961( ) 'in I like new tend! .0:1..I."L. lilKhei MARY PUYA, rolled t | .$ big M4 f am* and I U a 173"". Eva H
help anti-cl Apply Mrs. hon ,".,". owner. elwevtkrat '.llf' husband end w10. tallied a B99 ..rl.. to lad !h* and Beb' Mix* and Kaly 55551eilh Wearers rnnvortlnf the i./.in/

Kmir. I.amplii/htcr Cafettrlii ,in gerage IIMI Ml' 14H 57-Homes For Sol cerefi. Neer Leke PrllSch..l. Difunidont. 1.11I\I". D. J. Salmon at tile rolled 451 aMa. ClndyBrta.son split I turned In > 154 5a
game
Terete 555 5101510 of want'n
tor
1 docket L
-- -- -- $11.00
8 a.m. to 4 p,m. FOR THI LARGE' FAMILY ..II.bi., : buyer, :11 = .., f1N loilnf churchmen wu right b*. shut a 103 *lnl* pmt, the Quootlon Mark*. Th* nutrn
OK USED CARS ITNESS my hand end the oil,1, hind th. Uox1r h rolled Mary ArmbruM 102
12.:23!! If elgwel I ,' cud Court tItle Wlh d.ofDecen .' u a Virginia between th* MlMdChriatlans 1fii1 i iUi
Thit I bedroom Don end 31,1h VINCECONBOYHeelter bei ,ISIS cam** of lit, 184 and 197 and a Moran 186, Wtnnl Miller 179, "* Chrlatlan Plnheada out i Irsposd

Short order cook end dnhwetfl' INGRAM CHEVROLET I lit..l 20 home' lot ie L.ree titueted boy on room oI Ml 2-1741 I MARGARET T SCOTT. 597 rirrt Chrlvtlan had Boo Ethel Dlnabur 174, Beaol due to 'tiroken tOM '
,
er O.rom't PeleceMl the Clroult f
ci.fk I ol
Burger Court a'
I.7300' 1711 If lendeceped* utility room- Ground welnj 4 pump help 919 5th Avenue' Peik.ot r ner/ Courtly, FlorideBy Zwlrker turning in t ItlXBOB to Comb In and Inn C1U 187.BRCX5K3DB sort arm, etc.Juonlta .

I /./ ette Slewerl lad the tam to a lour point
41-Trucks Tractors City woter 4 V ceble Drive
... ..
Stilling retteurenl require eperienced .
short order cook end by (14, Monroe Ave. Inomeh 58-Lots For Sale (" NICHOLS UG4, victor/ over Donlia 8.-1111I M : BOWL Syiukr continue to
Subdiviton then for
counter. help over II y.... of '...""EOIATIOELlVUtY < Pnto phone. 114.MlAteociotoe onpoeinlm.nl BROWN *. Glenn UlM wa htm with a Tom Thomas led tl* tailor like honor with her bowline
It $t IMOMC UNIT A"AItTMINT liTe .
rtMC Nand v am
'u' 'IItI"
ege Apply in el Relei n 1151's.
Such en the perton Temiomi Tad ;In VI Pickup while 2U.po..llv. I $block to beech. ew.... n.... Salle "?f S.Nhul"" 555 481.... A lOWM bf Richard Bowler Tuesday Ifterlll)1I1I wlumh and Tueailay night rolled r itre.

North Niplet. 12/21 If OMC VPgbu.: .: blue ucillc Otto Virgil Meroum 1 1'Nebls money, try |H0 8.h 'I'lUi- Bohror and a BM torloo by rolled a bag SOU (am. and of 172. 184 and BOO goad fta
1.7'I i
traction Sever I... In Poll lanai ., SOS'
Prod .
Wright Clerk Frank IJlM turned In a 480 aet. Ceor *
GMC V4003 Heavy Duty 19,. prltu Hundt.dt of nl.s' wu gaud noufh ( bl( 661 aerie a* Conditioned

13-H.lp Want. Female GMC Cab V400I a Cab Chattit aLone I 004 DEWEY POLLY left I" ....r ,'h. ...ck.' to load the Bcxilta BiptlMS No. Ilo Meter wing a 181 (am acored Air went on lo win four uiixit

Cheitil I MO RAN045PH" FULLER. RNN.r I Ihr* point win ", .rlII.pap.net. 481, Prod Wolf cam In with from party raniry.uirill: Lora

. Oete.,trios Club wented Houte et Ml Golden 11121 See 421 LUFF Oth SI OMC No INC Naples lod., REALTY Compiles: .Close RRfNaptefla.. Hope Praises 01 (11I1. who had Malcolm 1111, and Jack LaCello hit a alao on the ball, bit a dOa err

12/23 tlChallengingdtvertified Temporery tddrett D.,. ,.,..t Eve IMAl King ahoutlnc a ettrU*. AU 484 with a 101 (am*. Evelyn ram In wills B eat u R.tl.1IDrull :

tecre I Coo Dewey Polly ReoMorCorner Ion BlMw. and Charge Petty Roderick waa the high lady a* ah* woo threo out ol Riot
In
I....' lot If you don went towok let Ave No end fi.IIiJJtr.--w tr..t;; U.S. Forces each talk a 174 game, WllburnBulUrd hot conalatent games of 188. from Cheaper Wul\.o.""" ,
44-Mobile Homes T.mrl15t ToailMI le W5gIM PIN Would'
Il/II ItEp.n.ncd 0M't apply MI til.*. I 'UII ==* Irofe for lot m pine rims In with two 179'o, 184 and 158 (uod for 140 t rrsncM PUak led th* losing

muds or .01.1 a Murl.lt' Tr.ile I lake ',ont DUPLEX completely furnMM* ,".,..........M.. I!;5 wlllt U177 pmdt 12/down II M South Viet Ham'IOLL'WOCD Jew Hailup rolled 181, Howard aorle 14 lull rolled a 187am fcHirtom with a 161 (am* ard

work Apply m person HowardJohnson loll lass Kelly Iii #n7 Nero '" eech tid* till Av* Shirpo let, Carter Bnflld 117, ( and Mori Koback a $56 ,a 457 eerie and Aratha t teat/
Mold' 11/11 If 12/11 t4STrailers+ I1SJWOTHOMAS r waterfront let* ...me;;
I E Reatior s1 1. Napl/d Ray (AP) ''1; Ilirrl Klbb**) lt, and Did HllUf Evan rltilnr bawd a eke shot a 1MM54. Bon and JSm'r

Yotme.euh. ,., for mes. T... I tit Park SI t lRfD\' y44I14M Sod"o.r: 11511 .aeb think w* had th* meet securityof IIZ. I4.TIM 177 Snout Ira Hall lot, John TV took Ihre out of four from
Out R IJur.nl. ]
to 10 "PM 0 _
day murk., study Meferencee For Rnt 61x1sat all time," Bald comedian Bob' Blok 188, Pal Palton 170. Henry Naples Camera Chop aa timuflaurhelll

required ........ne. not re I jIo 'IW 00 OUR 511g06"01.I Hot* wet returned from a lotu Uadtnc Lutheran lludoon 176, Hv Wllhelm 178, rolled B MO .... Pat.
curd Ml I 400 12/10 tf MANY 10.1'1'1'01 of the Wornm' Church Uaru and Art Twardiirk 192 lAd 179.
Pnvelely owned at Lake Kelly SSalM IM00 >a dirtma tour erf UJ. tnUitirybe II Wall wu high with 1 r.:3.
I BR 10 M homo
Modern t
trailer, Air curd c.nl.1 heat I Sores Pans SLIM *** In th* far E.... "I'** found (otn( hard TUft"' .' nlgtit 450 for th* being cam,

14-Help' Wtnttd MU TV completely furn Long 2 Sdrm I 15.15 II Napl55 15500 Largo 11......honl M near GolfCAIIAN neror had mjr back M-nibbcd by and loK all four pfiit to In* No00'7 In the Men' Church Shop. Left, Nancy Keen ..

I' Auto MecfienK mutt knew yard rent lot Aveil....on,immed|IM Owner Ml I 2"Of.wIN I f B.rm I Both Furn L.,.. a bayonet beflwe.n$05e TIn t OM1*. listen Arnold te*.iM Tueadvy nIght but a big ,two ntct pm06, 173 and
I' front end alignment "Prelerm Ml 7 IJI7 lilt tfTTeilert I iw Bdrm- HOMO 2 Beth on weter j RIALTO REALTY and Ma troupe (new Into ptirrod forM winners with a (83 by Mae McKlrahan on games and rnlatered an wen 600 ILl

.r. wok Chrvaler ..,.....nc.I for '*; I 127 500S.dmm iw No Tamiomi Tr Ml 7tmw.terfroM L0 Ancl* International Air. M49 and Lauretti 'ral.,eon.Irlbtlttel of 191,191 and 199 M bta Metho. bicrttn Chevrolet pllt two

I rr Prlnr. Ml I Wood ISI12117 ChrvelerPIvmoiitR tf Spices tt 00 -"I-w.1: : I Slott.I I Beth now 4 oeoutitui Iw. Access to 9.11.lid port Wednesday to end a I Martcmr ; a 107 (am*. fir Halecher dIN No. 1 team continued to win I two ritA ,..,'* who had 3ley

Airport Creek Treiler Pert 52/4'i edrm;; 7 Belfi on weter Will > intend waterway |i'S3, that Included Guam, KoatlM. of the bunt l4hprsiscoeou and Inereaa their laU INdo I l Clar rolling a n...(,..

Mu or bey /o' kllch.n ti..nup I to Bch 15.M71J ... tlOO down. 171 per month rut flrtkth. 1.7.10 'P11t.and A n** Thi tint the victim wa* Mot ho. Mori
1 llarrla'B
and 173
,... i i..r rise Thailand and Dir
I I a lot-UI MO County Realty Ut' II 1
cl.. ..1.! Cell MD.'n. .
ln5 > : DMnt 141 .
h(4 174
A
i I'.Vll a game diet 1 who had
rm : Both lot No. Clifford Knock ,
otth Viet N... Cerll' 163 enabled the r it
f'ront ,
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Mr. 2-52'6. Leke Ieb"o7itli th
4 8- For R.nt
Apt.. or w
117 Bo-rm MOI 7 Both Sorrento Oar i mil"Treiler L... Kelly ..UI59Acr..ge Hot.*'* He ware chapped,1 (am. and 490 Mile b* Era hwjtlnf a 169 pmt and a tao I National Bank (uuroom* tt, c. xwub
Sorter. 4i5 hour ... .4kdideye H H< ue and 184..78 Mare
w. pe
wus dont III.7Mer from tile confide outdoor a oy .or)**. Th second plac Cbra.lmb Baronl'B M Dee SMme:
C
veeelion oil EH.c .n IrMOntb.
e et
compenyoeneftt ;MC"EL ar' .. 1 drm I lII'MO .'11 PI* Mm (sret llmpaoo wmri1M onini Apply Mr frih' { IRIS I M l I .... lie performed. AdSre.* I turned In a 143 (ame, Rum

W T .Grant Co. J-U" .. II'Ut. 1 ':f"r.U'r..'- : Jult.. John "** nurolnj a the Holy Bowlers went dawn to a point wb1J. helr v poalmlb,the I loaM rolled, a 170MS !In Part)
l...',. -.4i--M-t;: thr4 on* dfal at the bands of '
yL PreabyterUM wer\nn1flC t ". '
ouine Sand .,... oleo cerner I Bdrm !"jlh ell carpal Hfupl BOMOM dropped a pall* I pantr, Losing effort and AlLtml e
for Ie... Cb.6 oroe M..emlNereid SABLE SHORES APTS. r-I 114000I silo 100 .e M elth Steil".Nr... ;;' | croaabow on her ankl. Ho on* Trinity who had Nancy Dun ahoote Km McCoo.*,'. 491 was bl(1l for j turned in (am** of 14!
Ml, 2-4455 I Bettl I e 1.1-114.1. oar olio rit InC a 197..69 and Edith Abor.
It/tl M i Ih* ChrU4l n. and Bob Boyd 1S6
M9rd any aertotj mlahapa I and and 1 434. Th* Bankof
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Kill, I.." Md ', ,... Lmed 505511.45' Oft IMN ply natki
.e. rolllnf a IMfimo liUnt.
Troth bnv.r w s..104 C.II of mole I Military ISIlb.rkllweran', ritA I9S.S41 led the loeen. Maple moved up from MrIh
Frd Hull MI I I1h 111M If Cell 2 IIM or MOP "i et our \ ur.ei diroctl. ,n SS.". I ly Sinner wow three nut erf four Emmanuel LUneran and A .
tajLUbf cfeaac Ih : Plat to ninth la the it. acInf
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any *
off re on none h way 41 .1. < >..* In 000 I v from .
Colored boy.' men for ..ok EBB TIDE APTS be at the Christian Dt/rya a* aortd ChrlMiaita keys thin(* I took .
troupe<< Migtt till larNRed i a* thdiy all tout n =:
room work Mutt .be stray endm WNk/y MM/Np Mash CARilBIAM RIALTYREALTORS RANDOLPH MORRIS: /. H..HO. : Carolya IportMrt loeood a 111 on i a friendly .baaU. and spilt
good phvt.cei cond'tien. Apply M c .t. torrorlet .from Anchor ta.w.Pg. lurHare '
.. 'n oereon Prether t lana Kitty RN4 17M N. T.md15. Tr MI I4IHFNA o.,..._two ..gla.2aY1 I I tope .... "Our dAtnattr I ia $11U1 and Tina Klbto turned i their O\nt.t. two and two. Martin J with a 164 pose vA4M
0 ,
rf* IM4, Kfc Ayr South furnnnJ I berfreW In a III In th "'ort.
loainf Netow
wit II
5/ SUCK two (smaj* In theno' wa* for it
, 12/H tfIYunj antsy 2 bloctt. from bead ""''PI.IIIOU"NMe. Roc, (' aecret we reallydMe.1 kink bank
edio-ning" I
,' -_. and Available J.. through Mrpj ply wotor end .oconuOrmrp .._. kBo where we wens >".,. recUUred a 4U for the Hell hlflC apaclal t* planner aBrookald
' man lo keep I T V Cabo Adults .. your ..,. MARRY II* M*. terM.AttoH.lo. IN.a. It's all lied up |* the Rock n' i:Lutheran. A! fayard rolled
u c: loan end help m rtlrar: ReeilyfI I Bowl for New VMI
I55.0 I POdroOIK 2Mom.
. = ;: I' 277 Ptfi Avo *ou h Cur t.IN Rostra
tAlI(1Mt 184
Lee Potri WoodChrT Tuutay DIeM i a
n NAPICI newoel.v N M K< ;> 'ler Plymouth" MI IMI f': PNI i Key** Miwjy OttoI I I carrylag will) b*
-r-w1000 as "' City wjler 4 Vcast. | with Holland ally and Jlmmq Plant; a 198 Sam Morris a
171 17 If = cd111C Jerry Cc.WM' and vallabt for rxl.
/ immod etc open bowline
Oc c
1 aNRdd$ Ma551*Nhm w.r45g Mq It1e fllot* 17000 tee* upon"'.ne.y I ROBERT H. JAEGCR 1 i iRe | bMBe4er tAN 8.... div..b Glfab the *"". TAres |ame* 1 16S, and Henry Earnhaw a 169. Nor Year Cv. and Hew roc

hS-SlsHepWnted! Ir tknriTy 'r-\JI |N 00 gor AmnetoeDEWEY mgnt "a: ..... I I <*e< Myles .irMM to B aar. bark U Carlbtwa ReoJly, 11.... Th* bowler of the ..0_'* eat Th* BUUrd Room wOO

j lilt MfctW L.wc.... Otto Vryfned._ tJtllet Sheep** CIr Tl t US* i etonB amt bad I*) Mas* a for red III te Glue la. tAr06 pAMBrna5 'I Church Uurue pprntly M *1<> MI: open.
I e"d"7 bodnevened ...,. .., CNN -
Nabh .
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r =: It
Real 1I.t. toleemen .....04. | opertmeore {fb lNSdMgN1d.. ,,011I.I .

.......boc. ane Aeee nil 0.... =:. Ma-d =' POLLY TeX / TEA MBM tk* MfMMM wa* Viet

I Blvd 12/M If17Child M.w A1-'N.N. 1111th W NN.rtS A- ... n.J riftwt ma..r *roa .' w.**." seW A e. "W* t'HtiAoel

f. 2554.: i7i. ... 23565 REALTY rrrs.4mN f;<.* ,Mil| oo." .- I 1550 of "'*(*. I aerrOoteaeel
: CareIf" 1111' NW r 4i e Tot *
... 151. 50rnw0g for ... .. tt* nee Conf warn TELTYCOURSE

i ,....__ onN .. sad A ps ",.. A.. I ,. Ooe DOM* PMfy Roe Her I ..ar11 trt .- Pa5tfdJ all oaf th* place w*

' ovomnge CaN It N. s,0000rimebN Cornor T.0w0a.St 7rad oe M a 1 Irom New ftai .... I ... B 1 I' ell oeetrusJtea from
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c.n Mot M ( !t': :zlua9.lC:
7171. If/11 It Jose .I .... I ..
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49-HowsiH For R nf 50,5. -.* r*.. 10 e 1 5a .
> 1 sots >,.t.i f ISM5. 1 r.. a are .. (,.. .

1 Investments tap:MM ... on <..* LUXURY AFLOAT eoe.K o 'It OnIu', 5 ,.
0* l 17 ft New boas on .Mao W I.1106 0. .. -ret flffet. 1 tksftk ..'r. M4.io < .
Lrr semul 82111 0. 511.115. I.$ ....... Say w.u M mmtorpolie ... llf. .- .. aejrow*."
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11..15 awl /AV. in e M i 7 fi l..
.., pi' 1.0.000, 11040 ...m room one -.... o*. a"nr' Y-t IO M .i rrem New .*..., who ka* 0te. 13CbrMdjiaa
, e..wy N..., P.0 .es era ComptetO ..tc_ Mlooeeonoi I**** .* at kern this' way
41/31 A 011lelt 5515 c Iaoat and 55.06. es.50.. i5/EtR11'fE'i,
p5 .ro by Pow e/1 e. -*> "TKCTli 00- pe ee M. eiejeMd IM k14y in a
pond t' 3..eud 7 =. 00 _'>oet: ei 1 f no 7 keaVoamome' .. It .a .,:, hod.Slut.:: uNi VM Nam .ea kali wMkhi ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
t ktRtld m5 .... 1aah.la. t eeroo .... -545 *
0- aes.m.Matr55M r .. tK. 4 i --. troupo and a's. Also with WEONKOAY, JANUARY 6, 7:30 ,.M.

'L_ tdw ..,.v. WrtN _..tea. ., .01140 araes eo '"' *+ "uses: etoero) ro, lre t SMOn *" Iii him tht* HT were Anaa Marta
,_....', owMluoo ,_.., Set 501, ri- U'r; ; '51i -50 .. .s...NM r.' .... AJberatMiH Jani AaWaBrrawl NAPLES WOMAN'S CLUI
Pale
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:lull o-I 5.1Ml II/J4 M ad/Mt 15m/IMnp I and ABU Btdney, winner MEW & 'UUf.! retr4Wo* *f prrtkM. ..",..... ,e. .bore tile real relate ketoiMoe
...-. c-.... ... 6esesw/es
I route HIM eeo *. I"IW" II.... hwYy.MOr A- tile Ml** World beauty PHas. Uer .**,.. .. Voie.4 !. tooth fee) sew .. pod you, *.a.I.! alUe sod atari la km...Mwaeo

|111- Misc. For $*.U l eo. Ml I im.. ll/H B 6'" ) ,_, .e .. fMk r fall HT pool llate. Tee) <..'. .**. I* gale a* poor ,roe,| tnk.ll .

a..1'L w5aIv --M'. idi.e: ROBERT H. JAICERRoom" I TINT departw fro BieirplaMi M. Tor eooel. Ik. rttft &,,.'..ill..* I. Ike real e-lalo ,........ .'..it..

SAW f>* De yaw owt f..gaMeipieir thepomo00 ktork to ..111 1 ..ni". $300'. ,.. ,. ., was doiayed 30 av ate* ..W,... "lie-eel a ttt.K Wlere, .vo1..*.*,. Ja.oary ., 7.M *.., yapsWeiaas
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''I:. .gseseSr 5.1011. Warr,, -w5,.S bale III, SrMk 110_ Sox I tA.p*.C1TM- _!-'!!! !I' 0 .. Our rejMiMie UMPpenio I' UAn (-UU. !'(. .*....._' H..H K.l..,.' lkk...4 W Keel tA..,. U. "lie*Me'* $..ar5gftar

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12 COLLIER COUNTY WV, r"I' ,., FIA fhuI.y, D.cember JI, 1164I Climb was ooen! to both professional ExMMrtoa hours on TuudaYej!
Prize-Winning Photos Of Florida and amateur photographer January at the ,'
*. Sector and junior JM- will be from 10 sjn. to 630,.
I stem were provided and prizes pjn. and on Wednesday, January -
given tebothoctortransparen- 6, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.j I
ey and bUck-and-wbite classes. Members of the Garden I
Wildlife Going On Display HereFifty sod guests will also have a j(
1 Thirteen of the prime-Aiming chance to view dM photographsat
photos arc In the black-and- their regular moodily mooting ;
p prise-winning' photographs In scope. the scenes extended of Rockkdge. Florldai Dr. white class. Inswsrdlngprlzes at the Woman's Club on i,
of Florida Wt&Ufe andwlldernes from Pentaeola to Key Wet. James Oliver, director of the the Florida Audubon Society Monday, January 4, at 8 p.m. 1
cLhi scenes, including Honorable mention and a Amertoan Museum of Natural noted that the "photographsmost They may likewise be viewed ,
TWO of Marco Island and three prize of $60 went to Grant History<< New York! Kenneth successfully embodied at the ColllerCountyAudubon's i
of Corkscrew Swamp, will be Haut of Rochester, N.Y. for Morrison, president of the Intangible value of Florida wild- meeting Tuesday night at eight I''
on exhibition and open to the his black-and-white photo Florid* Audubon Society BIb- erness." o'clock at the same location. '
public at the Woman' Club graph of Corkscrew Swamp In son Park George Silk, Life
building next Tuesday and Wed- CoUler County. magazine photographer and
nesday. Entries were Judged by S Dr. Herbert Urn, editor of t 1 "
The Naples Garden Club Is panel of five the Golden Book series of Ta-
sponsoring the exhibition of the nized authorities in thus vernier.

Florida Audubon Society's of wildlife and photography.They The contest, organized by
"Florida Wilderness Photo were, HelenGoreCruick- the Alachua Audubon Society
Contest" for which prizes of shank author and naturalist and the Gainesville GardenA
$3,000 were awarded by the Hear fc
society.The ,
contest the first of Its
kind of over-ill Florida wild-

than erness 600 scenes entries, attracted representing more t Hear VelWe't !

participants in 64 Florida communities a
# announcing
and 11 other RAYER e
CITATION for outstandingolunteer service in the fight against states tt the bi'irlnmn of our 1t
2nd In business,
., ttojrcis In ceremonies Held this morn year
mental illn/'ss \\111 tn" ( em'J(1 ewi,h to thankRotemary
ing in the founts ll.alth Depaitmcnt The certificate the citation and and loyal friend,
Platforms -
n small bronze pln tqur< liononnit ROIl( I'S was issued by Florida Di- BuntingGo Cu our 4yr .'
vision of the National Association for Mental Health. Participating in Up Today For end eesteme \
the ceremony, from left me : Carl Clemmer, president of the Collier
County Mental Health Association ; Dr. Clyde mothers,'' county health Burns Inaugural for the
director Rogers and Roy Hilbert, member of the State Board of
; ;
TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Flags, ,e
to Kogers. (NEWS photo) e
Health, who presented the citation bunting and platform were 1atPtJt
going up today a* Tallahassee IEVI/YEAR/ b e
prepared to send off a governorand Let a t
Sales Director a chair and) died. welcome in a new one. u* all pray for yen .s!
Bad Luck Hits On Christmas Day, their 90. Haydon Burn of Jacksonvillewill this New Year to br
year-old (mother, Mary Jo Bell take over from Farris Bryant .
Appointed By
This Family Hard Ross, wa* preparing to go to a of Ocala as the state' chief peaceful and prosperous'!
Marco Developers AP On funeral horn* to view the bodies. executive, at noon next Tuesday. Thank for letting Barker
LOUISVILLE, Ky ( ) you ; us crf you and Bob
Christmas Eve, Alban J. Ross, She fell and suffered a fractured The main platform, upon
65! suffered a heart attack at hi* hip.! which Burns and other cabinet DEWEY POLLY REALTYGeo.
apartment and died. Mr. Ross died Wednesday In officer will take their oaths of BARKER DRUGS
HIS sister, Gertrude Bauer, a LoultvUle hospital office, is being built halfway be.
60, was called.: Arriving at her tweeD the main capitol buildingand Dewey Polly Realtor East Naples Shopping Max
brother' home, she collapsed In RUBBER STAMPS-MI 1-2107 the supreme court building. and Staff
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CARLO CAMBRA

The Marco Island Development
Corporation hal appointed Carlo
Cambra, veteran Mackle sales I
executive director of sales at
Its new major resort and real
land.Cambra denttal community at Marco I*. WATCH CHANNEL 2TEXAS

has been sale dlrec
tor at Uk Maitland Terrace
Apartments, big Maltland.Fla.,

condominium The Mackle Bro complex., a subdivisionof built by
The Deltona Corporation. Pre. AT 8 PM FRI.

vlously. he had been a salesman ,
at Mac e.buUt Deltona,156,000
i acre community midway between
Orlando and Daytona Beach
I A resident I of the Orlando area
1 for 30 year, Cambra ha* been
:, engaged In real estate and real AND SEE
dentlal building activities in Win. ,
ter Park and Maltland since le48.t .
t The Deltona Corporation
! which own MIDC with the Coll.
, ler famUy and a group of pro.
mlnent Investor, has launched a
$500 million development and
construction program which will
transform norl<2a'* "last fron
tier" Into a complete waterfront VS. ALABAMA
community of hotel, motel, a.
partment, home, schools, .
church and recreational faclll.
tie. /
Cambra' appointment was an.
pounced by Nell E. Bahr, sales ;r f.t
vice president of both The Del. f.t
ton Corporation and MIDC.
Initial construction and devel.

opment MIDC'i work 10,000 I II well acre advancedat on Mar. Also watch for the Rose Bowl,

co Island, adjoining smaller U. t

land The new and MacU.bullt the nearby community mainland. Cotton Bowl, and Sugar Bowl

wUl be opened to the public ear.
ly in 1965. games to be televised on New


Year's Day.

Building .
.
(Due to the distance required
(Continued from page 1)) w,

under Salley the building beading all of were"alteration Included .* S' :; ; in receiving the Orange Bowl

and additions."

In the county, residential con. ef' 1 game, we cannot guarantee
tructton: rose to$2,087,111 from

the Commercial previous activity year' $1,616,946.more than : : : perfect reception.)

doubled, from $443,116 to $061,.

438.Marco
Island' total multiplied
from $42,032 to $8M,1M, re. ? .
:z1AkWH
fleeting the construction of *.. '
veral cornmen'lal structuresand
model home by Marco Island
/
Development Corp. Immokalee
celebrated Its first mllllon-dol.
lar year, Jumping from $711,314
to $1.261,422. _
North Naples construction dip. t S, LLF
ped by about 'OOOOto'IOst.SU, BROUGHT TO YOU BY d COAST
but East Naples slid from .
$887,147 to $704,537. Construe.
lion activity In the BonlU Shore
area dropped to half the lOGS : @
total, and Golden Gate, la its ... : )!
coneS ,year also went down, from 1
'$319,250 to $241,821. Isle of
Capri stayed on the same level
and eastern county building ac.
tlvlty Increased slightly over the
previous year
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