The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: January 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 )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40th YEAR NUMBER1 132 8 Pages, 10 CENTS FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 1964

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i Naples High Committee Examines Bid pfitailk t HIS pyy

Top Students Funds SoughtTo

j Look Ahead

The seven FirsUHonors stu- a "bit of luck" and much hard e ay.Iw
dents at the end of the first study to gain top academic honors
semester at the Naples Senior in the graduating class and be Build xRec'City
i High School were asked today to offered a scholarship to college
list present day hobbies and to or university. She enjoys swim
review plans after graduatingfrom icing and especially sewing. She
high school. Here's what has made all her own clothing
the NEWS reporter learned: since receiving Home Economics Council will be askedat contractors' bids on the building divert surplus funds from one
Christine Campeau, senior, Instructions as a freshman. ? : ; Wednesday's meeting to take last Wednesday, they found that account to another Is a question
has been a student In Naples Ellen WhItsitt, also a senior % advantage of unused bond Issue the lowest bid, without any al. Council will have to answer,
since the second grade and plans has an ambition to attend Purdue money to help build the recrea. ternates Included, was 72562. Hoffmann pointed out.
to go to college. She hopes with University after graduation She tlon center, a Council committee That bid was made by contrac. Hoffmann said other sourcesof
plans to major In mathematics decided this morning. tor Floyd B. Schreck. funds were not considered
Semester Roll Her hobbles are reading and "We will tell Council how much Council handed the matttr over because "we don't want to pass
tennis. P building they can have for to Its recreation center com. the load along to the taxpayers."
At High School Junior Ann Rogers plans to at. Pd $60,000" chairman Carl Hoff. mlttee for a recommendation for The City currently has a budgeted
tend college, and Is Interestedin 1'. mann told The News after the next Wednesday's meeting Com. reserve and contingency account
Lists 110 NamesThe a field of science but has madeno + meeting, "and we will tell them mlttee members with Hoffmann totaling $541, In addition to
definite decision. Art, playing how much money might be avail. are Joel Kuperberg, Mrs Casey the un-budgeted $100,000 cash
Naples Senior High School the piano, plus outdoor actlvltles able from bond.lssue funds," Miller and alternate Coodloe carryover, which has been In.
Honor List for the first semes including shelling, col. Only $60,000 out of the $2,. McDowell. vested.
ter Is comprised of 100 students lee ting rock specimens and gem 000,000 bond Issue was allocated These four Council members,
Seven students made First hunting, are included among for construction of a recreation along with architect William Zlm.
Honors. her hobbles, building When Council opened merman, Schreck, Recreation f
First Honors: Seniors: Christine Ronald Bender wants to becomean Board chairman John Cowles, Around
Campeau, Ellen Whltsltt electronic engineer and work ,wf, ahte # + td't and City Manager Vince Wood
Juniors: Ann Rogers t Sophomores for a company such as the Radio Sentell Urges attended this morning's meeting
: Ronald Bender, Thomas Corporation of America. He is In Zimmerman's office It lasted
Bernard, Harry Comacho Chris making- clans to attend an des about ll hours. The World
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Hultzen. engineering college. Elec Quick ActionCity
Honors: Seniors: Robert Arlck Ironies is his hobby. He has FIRST HONORS STUDENTS at the Na- senior; Ann Rogers, (junior, and Ellen MORE CUTBACKS? ,
Bob Bende r,Stephanie Blair,Gall owned and operated a General ples Senior High School at the end of Whitsitt, senior Standing (I l-r) era; Councilman B, M. Sen. Hoffmann/ said the committee By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Brack Stanley Boynton, Barbara Class amateur radio station and tell, in a statement this morning, "went over all the figures" with VIENTIANE Laos (AP) -
the first included Comacho Ronald Bender
Collins Diane Barbara semester two seniors, Harry Thomas Council Into bond Echreck attacks
Connolly, in his spare time runs a radio urged that dip who broke down Ms New Communist
Easterly, Sandra Eckoff, Diane and television repair shop. He one junior and four sophomores. From Bernard and Chris Hultzen, all soph Issue contingency funds or the basic bid Into certain areas to against neutralist forces In cen
Faulkner Alleen Goldie, Polly also likes to build and expert! left seated are Christine Campeau, omores. See story. (NEWS photo) $100,000 cash carryover In orderto assist the committee in determln. tral Laos have suspended attempts .
Hathaway, Carolyn Herman,Rick ment with electronic equipment. build the recreation center Ing Just how far $60,000 will go. to get the Laotian roVe
Hlllman, Peggy Kirkland, Karen Chris Hultun picks marine building "at once." "There is a possible cutback eminent coalition working to.
Kirsebom, Bruce Lamartine biology, boating camping and "It Is my opinion that now lathe of a few more alternates/'lloff. gather.
Nancy Mortland Ann Nichols, water skiing as hobbles. He Is Objectors May Appeal RulingNaplesLauderdale time for action," Eontell> mann said. The neutralist premier,
Jo Ann Patton, Diana Rivers, 'looking forward to a college said. "Otherwise, forces that The following bond.lssue funds Prince Souvanna Phouma, In*
Maragret Roth, Katie Scott,Ann career but has no plans at this oppose our giving the citizensa are unexpended as yet, accord. formed Prince Souphanouvongof
Wardell, Linda Lou Williams, time. recreation center will see thatit Ing to the City's latest available the pro-Communist Pathet
Connie Worklnger. Harry Comacho lists coin col. Toll Road la never built." Council will financial report: contingencies Lao Thursday he had postponed
Juniors: David Anderson,Vicki lectlng as a favorite hobby and take up the matter at next Wed- $8,555.60;; baseball field relight. plans for them to meet with
Jo Bates, Susan Ballard Beth hunting, skiing and welghtllfU nesday's meeting. Ing ( It will not be relocated}, rlghUwlng Gen. Phouml Nosa-
Binder, Diane Bowers, Sylvia log as favorite pasUtlme act! By approving the bond Issue $14,807.22; additional Cambler van because of the patliet Lao
Boynton, Steve Clark, Paul Fels. vities. He plans to go to college last March voters expressedtheir > Park parking, $5,000 to $6,000. attacks
ch, Nancy Fisher Elizabeth Gul. and take advanced coursesin Bonds Win Court's ApprovalTALLAHASSEE desire to have a recreation ':based on the $5,360 bid and
nan, Katherine Gulnan, Linda mathematics and Spanish center, Sentell declared. "It Is ;:$12,000 budgeted. DAR CS SALAAM. Tang any U
Henson, Peggy Hood, Wayne Jen. Thomas Bernard lists sailing, up to the Council to figure out There also Is a surplus of ka (-Prealdent< Abeld Ka.
kins Lynn Johnson Richard his hob.bles. CAP) Hopesof the and means" for building bond.lssue rume has declared the Peo.
basketball and tennis as AAA. contended the develop. limits- on Interest and term of ways :$22,607.88 In the account new
Johnson, Missy Lulejlan, Mary He would like to attend Broward and Collier counties meet commission draftedthe bond the bonds. It, "and I for one would headed "city's share In pie's Republic of Zanzibar a
Ellen Meade, Alexa Olson, Mike Holy Cross University to build a highway through the resolution in an Illegal .Jack Rice, attorney for Miami use part of the contingency and .Federal dredging" This projectwas one-party state, according to re.
Repass, John Richardson, Vivian desolate Everglades tying them manner by exceeding statutory argued that the state constitution part of the cash carryover to completed last June, and ports from the Indian Ocean
Rose, Cathy SchryverJudy Smol. t.oe.ther'lOared today after Clr. from build the center at once" I the City has never heard from spice Island* '
prohibits one county
Ian, Bill Stone, Carol Thomas Parking Meters -.cUlt court approval of the plan btu"tdigroads la another. The sum of $60,000 was allo.fcatW .the GL4t: of Engineers ,*,,ard. Kan-ma's Afroflhlrsti patty
Brad Unkeless Jim Willis, Gall' ilo, Issue $17 million In construction 5-Minute Limit Broward and Collier countiespledged In the-bond luue for'tte fog the dredging' contractor's I."now'the DalY legal party,
Wlnchell. Frederic Winter.' bonds. recreation building, but the low 'claim for extra expenses.So .
their secondary road
Richard Woodruff, Joanne Wood On The AgendaThe Circuit court Judge W. May On Speeches At funds, which come from the tax bid Is $72,562 without alter. funds within the bond Issue NSW DELHI; India (AP) _
ward. Walker found the bonds legallyand for the nates. There currently Is $8,. are available to make up the Sixteen pacifists from five na-
Political on gasoline building
Sophomores: Suzanne Bailey, future of Naples'downtown financially sound Wednes. Rally road. 853.60 In bond Issue contingencyfunds. ,deficiency between Schreck's tlon have abandoned a New
Pam Bell, Bonnie Benjamin John parking meters will be decidedat day and validated them for sale Candidates for City office One witness called by the Development Sentell was the earliest I basic bid and the allocated $60,. Delhi to Peking frelndshlp
Berlault, Robert Bianchi, Alll. Wednesday's City Council after a legal challenge was Council proponent of the bond I 000 Whether Council can legally march after a IPOOomUe trek
be Board Rolland
meeting. with a lot to say will out E. 0. ,
son Bowes, Paul Callan, Susan made Issue. across India. Red China refused
Cory, Tim Davis, Vicki Lynn For the last COdays,the meters Additionally, he said objections of luck tomorrow afternoon at termed said the It was proposal"well excellent.He covered. "I have been told that It Is To Break Ground to give them visas.
Duncklee, Ray Ellen, Dennis have been covered In a Council raised by opponents were decided the Jaycee-sponsored political Illegal to use the bond contln. The marchers Included two
Fields, Jill Fries, Anna Fussell, directed experiment determine earlier by the State Bond Review rally at 6 p.m. at the Cam from completely an Investment sound and standpoint fiscally, gency money or to use any of Feb. 28 At Palatka Americans, Edward Lazar of
Rosa Gil, Al Hackney,Pam Hand, whether the Fifth Avenue shop Board and the Board of bier Park ball field. sufficient" the cash carryover for the cen. For Barge Canal New York City and Albert Big.
Janice Hayes, June Johnson Jeff ping district would be better off Administration, which studiedthe Each of the 13 mayor and Rolland is executive director ter," Eentell said "This Is slm. low of Cos Cob Conn.
without metered parking ply not so." He also TALLAHASSEE (AP') The
Mace, Pat Madden Laurie proposal.The council candidates will have of the State Board of Administration pointedout
Price, Harry.Reid,Katy Repass, Presumably, Council will determine proposed> .,twOo1ane only five minutes to state which, with the State Bond that the cash carryover was ground breaking/ ceremonies to ASMARA, Eritrea (AP>-Diplomatic
John Roan, Jerry Rose Larry the results of the expert highway between Naples and why he or she should be elected Review Board, Investigated and Intended for capital Improvement mark the first construction on recognition may result
Ryan, John Salle, Penny Salmon, ment, then make a decision ac.cordlngly. Fort Lauderdale was vigorously uses Florida's cron.st.te barge ca. from talks ending today between
The will be moderated approved the financing.
Wendy Snow, Eric Steele, Mike The meters either will opposed by the Florida division rally "It Is virtually Impossible to sal will be held near Palatka communist Chinese Premier
Weeks, Yvonne Whitaker, Susan be uncovered again to receive of the American Automobile Association by Sheriff E.A. Doug build fa recreation center) for Feb, 28, Gov. Farris Bryant has Chou En-lal and Ethiopian .
Wood, Jill Worklnger. motorists' coin, or else will and the city of Miami, Hendry. John Smith will be $60.000," Eentell declared, "andIt announced. Emperor Halle Selassie in
be taken out, whatever Council which objected because the toll the timer. is my opinion that we areas The first project will be paid this mountain city
decides road might threaten a west The rally will be precededby close now as we can get for from $1 million of federal
One thing Is certain. parking coast throughway I 4 p.m. shrimp dinner at to having a usable center' at money voted by Congress last ACCRA, Ghana CAPUnot.I1clal
RENEW YOUR In the Fifth Avenue area will The hearing took two days.Judg the park served up by Hendry's REUe: with a approximately $12,000 over this year returns showed today that
be free at least until Wednesday barbecue Proceeds after figure Gov. Bryant said that Sen. more than a million Ghanaianshave
-Walker said his court crew.
DRIVER'S LICENSE "We don't Intend to take off the will the Junior low cost 1 "If we attempt to re-design, 'Bpessard Holland and Rep. Bob voted for President Kwa-
DURING YOUR hoods unless Council tells was concerned with legal points, expenses go to 'Bikes the two who
us, we will eat up. great deal of played key me Nkrumah's plan to Increasehis
BIRJHMOHJH City Manager Vince Wood said, not with the wisdom of the bore Deputies Prices will be WANT AD this In additional architectural roles In getting federal approp. power and less than 9,000
"even though the 60 days Is up." rowing plan $1.25 for adults and 75 cents fees" rUtlons, will attend persons have voted against 1U
B. J, Master son, attorney lorI for children.
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Fashions Spice Annual Meeting .e --r w Yt f"'f" ':j'J'', ..r WASHINGTON (AP) TheUnlt.d
hH. .
States informed Britain
I i t. ,1. Greece and Turkey today that
Humane Society Re-elects/ Mrs. Keller troops it Is to prepared a peace-keeping to contribute force

} in Cyprus if they will agree to

Mrs. Walter L. Keller was will seek 1,000 new members Elliot Fisher showed that $18, Elsberg, Mr. Walter Hutchinson r ment terms of for the an basic attempt Cypriot at settle political .

re-elected president of the Humane :In 1964 and 15000. 237.92 was received In donations Mrs. Edwin A.Jones,Mrs. crisis.

Society of Naples, and Other officers elected were and memberships dur- Herbert Kengel, Mrs. S. D. UA officials said the total
given a Certificate of Apprec- Tom Morgan Jr., second vice ing 1963. Shelter receipts Kollopulos, Mrs. La rue Lieb, proposed force, which would be
iation from the City at a luncheon president Mrs. Demon B. came to $2,060.56. Total disbursements Ruby Lind. Mrs J.L. Mallard drawn from several NATO i
and fashion show ..ttend. Woodward, corresponding secretary for the year Mrs. John Marlow. countries, should be about 10,.
ed by more than 300 Persons ; Mrs. Walter Condon, amounted to 33338.36, Fisher Also J. A. Meadors. Dette 000 men of which the U.s
at the Beach Club Hotel yes- recording secretary and Mrs. announced. Price. Mrs. F. M. Simonds, contingent would be between I,-
erday.<< John W. Collins, treasurer. Awards of merit were pre- Mrs. Edward Cope Smith, Mrs. / 000 and 2,000.
"The organization Is extrem- New directors Include Mrs. sented by Mrs. Keller to the Pierre Thelin Mrs.E.W.Tlm-

ely close to my heart," said Frank W. Clayton, John W, following shelter volunteers: berlake Mrs. Lawrence Vlto r
Mayor Francis Ford In makingthe Collins, Mrs. Edwin A. Jones, Betty Carl, Mrs. James L. Mrs. Clifford Wenzell Jr., { MkJMr Neutralize
presentation, "and repre- and Wenzell. Cochrun, Jr., John W. Collins, Mrs.Demon B.Woodward.Mrs. ter .c
sents a step forward to cul- A financial report read by Mrs. J.B. Corning Mrs. C.A. Frank Clayton, Mrs. Richard

ture as we are going to hive -- P'nersonJoan Davis on,lliort!
It In future years." C. Fisher, Mrs F.M.McMahon SE Asia Plea

The fashion show, featuring and Jack Slottag.
Jane Derby's advance Spring Special Awards were also

collection(rom iltajnc.. Third ;+,, yr b given Naples' two veterinarians Of DeGaullePARIS
Street, South, followed the bus- Dr. Robert Dllbone and a
iness meeting and election of Dr. Norman 1.. Reid. Mrs. l
officers. A Harry Bradley of Zlta, Inc. (AP) President
+ ,b Charles do Gaulle today advocated
Seven Naples young women / 4 received a special "Pet"award. the neutralisation of
modeled the fashions for All Southeast Asia and said relations .
occasions. Models were The following chairmen were with Red China are nece*.
Barbara Faulkne rNour Turner rt elected for the coming years shy to achieve 1U
Polly JerJdns,Kay Wilder.Jane Shelter, Mr. Lawrence P,Vlto De caulle was careful, at two
B.ugh.m. Kathy Kerckhoff and t and Mrs. Walter Hutchlnson; or three points to describe the
Pat McCleod. Mabel Gleiby t ci membership, John W. Collins; Chinese Communist regime a*
of New York was fashion coordinator r education Mrs. Clifford F.Wenrell v' "Peking" or "peoples' China,'*
t Speaking of China in
) general
for the show.AWARDS Jr. and ,
/ways means, w
De Gaulle said it Is impossible
Mrs. == .
J, Cochrun Jr. -
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nor Prance or me west to nave
An award for Meritorious and Mrs. Bette M. Price; pet NAPLES GARDEN CLUB joins with the Linda bury, club vice president; Mrs. any policy for Southeast Asiaor

Service was given The Collier show, Mrs. Robert W, Llnd City of Naples in beautification of the Helen Burnham, club president; Mayor even lor the Soviet Union
NEWS. Similar awards and Mrs. E.W. Tlmberlake. that does not take .
County influence
were also presented the Fort J Colonel C, C. Carter wasnamedhonorarychsirmanof island dividing the new parking area Francis Ford (with the shovel), and into account

Myers News-Press, the Miami "V the between Ninth and 10th Streets, ROOert Coe, club secretarytreasurer.The For Southeast Asia, he men.
Herald and Radio Station WNOG. CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIA 1?DON Is given by th, board. Directors (unfinished South, lust off the Tamlaml Trail. The Garden Club has participated in tinned Viet Nam Laos, Cam.

by the Society. City to Mrs. Walter Keller, pi resident of Humane So- terms) Ire Mrs. Ct;. Caner, Garden Club will provide the plantings other beautification projects( including bodia Burma.lie, India, Pakistan and

Clifford F. Wenzell. Jr.. who ciety of Naples, by Mayor fn,incis Ford. "The societye Tim Carted, Mrs. D.R. House. for the ends of the island and those at the fishing pier, the Naples declined to comment on
was elected first vice-pre- is clcse to heart said th in the Jr. Walter 1.. Keller. Mrs. the two-Chinas Issue
my mayor making the City will beautify the length of Community Hospital and at the that U
sident, said in a brief "kick- Walter L. Keller, Fred bLowdermllk /. recognizing both the Chinese
off talkfor the February membership presentation at the Beach CI ub function which drew Tom Morgan Jr. the divider with! palms. Shown beginning schools. (NEWS photo) Communist and Nationalist re

drive that the society 300 persons. (McGrath photo) and Mrs. Edward Cope Smith. the project from left ere: Bob gimes.

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Photo-Mapping Wing Service Dropout JIll! Scout Notes I

Blow To Might Studylati'

Corrects Mistakes In MapsTURNER By PhOM
Mr. Claude *

AIR FORCE BASE GransBahama usually spend about three Vatican Bid Problems t _', __ w. ..Grimm..__..,._ arrival of a h"hv """ 'h J.
Ga., (AP) Moving the months at a station, living In The annual uint>couivw"' -of '"
Island could be listedas tents. By GEORGE f.\ 'lit A special Shim ale Is now under waylTherewlll ]one their leaders, Mrs. joan !
one accomplishment for the Sometimes there's too much Associated Press Ida study aimed at elinimdt- be three klnds-PeanutButterCre. Vega. Each girl made one and
men of the 1370th. company."A A Roman Catholic: Ing: school<< dropouts may turn up mes, Choclite Mints, and Shor. they were sent to Mrs. Vega and ,
The shift was done on maps whole tribe of natives, Charles de Gaulle more pioblems than it solve. ties. They are still 50 cents a new daughter, Leslie other !
after the Atlantic Missile Range painted and armed with spears, recognized( Red China And those who are working! on box. This cookie sale is only l lmonej. leaders of this troop are Jean
was surveyed by the 1370th bows and arrows, surrounded The import of De .+ had 4 the study apparently air' wellaware '.raising project theta Easterly anJ Sylvia Morris. I
Photo Mapping Wing of the our three- nan station on an clslon was of special of what problems they coast Girl Scout Council has.
Air photographic and Charting Island near New Guinea," Col. the Vatican. The cold stir up. The money from this sale 11 The GulfCoast Girl Scout Coun.
Service. Hugh W. Bull said. latlons with Peking The whole Issue came up two used to purchase 160 acres near ell is planning a special event
This project, born of need to "They were obviously disturbed ably been poorer necks ego doing meeting of Arcadia for an Established Camp i for all Cadette Troops a
meet precise guidance require. about something." other Communist re t4f the LrsliUinp Councils Education for our girls Please lend your j camping weekend for all the girls
ments of missiles, sharpened So were the three Air Force Will China's Committee at which Informa- support to this project. Welcomethe In this program level to "Find
considerably the accuracy of crewmen, France, a nation of lion u. presented on the number girls at your door or watch a New Friend .. Learn a New
the Atlantic range by uncover. "To keep the tribesmen from Catholics, lead to w of school dropouts In Florida. for them at the cookie booths i Skill .. Have Fun I" This weekend
ing mapping errors. exploding the ground crew gave might eventually Even I hid was conflicting I around town. will Include campfire programs
They found Grand Bahama six away nearly all their food," who have been Some experts testified the number flag ceremonies, skill games,
mUes out of position on maps Bell said. Against this of dropouts\ was alarmingly Troon 212 has chosen the In., Scouts Own, a Senior Scout sre.I .
then in use; Cuba misplaced by The men of the 1370th still an aura of high. i ranging In the tens of thousHnds dlan theme for naming patrols clot I i event, and plenty of time
sUtfUenths of a mile and other have plenty of work ahead. to Peking by French a year and is working on the Indian Lore, for the girls to "tenUhop" and ;
points erroneously located on Only about 40 per cent of the Increase the prestige -i Fewer" Dropping badge The four patrols are knownas ,I maps. globe has been mapped. ance of : But the Slate Department of Apaches, Mohawk, Poca..tlclpatlng will gain greatly from
One major survey of the Catholics and thus here.'n Education laid Its continuing hontas, andSemlnolevillage.The t the experience; by way of good

1370th ,was charting of the North State Patrol its spread? study of school attendance IndiiHircl Apaches were in charge olh e t troop program as they prepare;
Atlantic to link accurately the Trying These are but two --Thu i it the hud of King Carnival fewer than 12000( studcn'sdicppod 1 flag ceremony They worked on'|I 'in confidence as they demon.
North American and European Blue Signal tlons raised for during festival teaion all of school each yea r posters for the cookie sale. Pal t, strate their skills; in good com.
continents Covering 2,000 miles, Lights De Gaulle's Riviera before the start of Lent bccHUM entice 98 per cent of the Aunt and June Rund)'are leadersof ; munlty living as they camp to.
it was accurate within 34 fe"U TAu.\ll SSEt Wi Everybody Vatican has not kids rimilmd In school, this troop and Pam Coe, gather
''Xt provides the basic geo.d else Is using: flashing red one of Us foremost Thai study showed *<'hwl Mtendance -' is Senior Scout assisting
tlc link for our missile strata.gy lights as an emergency signal has analyzed the Hospital ReportADMISSIONS rises sharply during 1 Jbc Rev. Will
," said Col. Kendall S. so the Florida Highway; Patrol Is pact of De Gaulle's Inter months and thi n drop at Troop 211 is planning to have
Young, commander of the experimenting with blue lights the! Western camp. the end of school to A lr\rl HsM-: outdoor games at the close of f Hold Revival At
1370th. The patrol has found visibility Federico U22. Michael Henderson, Vto ly hlglter' than lit the! bojlnmns: their and sixth
From polar icecaps to des. of a flashing blue light adequateat ant chief editor of torla Capps, Doris Wood Cande. But Rrp. Russell Jordan of Sat graders are workhig on the Sign i Bonita Springs
olate peaks in South America; night but Is checking It In daylight dally larla Ruiz Rosa Lee Little. asoU County, a member of the of the Star badge", and fourth a
from New Guinea jungles to All kinds of automobiles writes in the ( ) A 1.23. W. Howard Zabroskie,, committee. look the position that graders are working on the Reverend Jimmie Rose, will
barren Pacific atolls the men use Hashing red lights Including Observer that if .r Donald Facemlre, Lucille Vorce,, an>' dropouts were too many foi Slfjn of the Arrow badge. Jean; lead a revival crusade at the
of the 1370th measure the world, not only other rnfortTrrTt vehicles could have abolished con.o Ivan plcklns, Carl Davidsona ,, Florida and urged the committee Ackerman and Irene Belavek are Lee. Memorial Methodist Church
bit by bit.Sometimes. but ambulances, public: Utllity of Red China "no Irene Smith, Milton Blckford,, to try lo eliminate them leaders, and Mary Helen Corwln I in Bonita Springs at 7 o'clock
it's lonely. trucks and wreckers In doubt about the David Weeks, Anna Allen, Joan a "If we could eliminate dropout is Senior Scout assistant. each night from February t
"For' five months I saw only virtue" of Pd I I Vega Benny Bedford, OctavloVallasques. ; *. ," he Mid. Florida" through February 9, with a ape
one bird," said M Sgt. Thomas In the total I meat can Alessandrlnl the would In U )Ours, excluding nil i On January 20 Cadette troop vial youth meeting on Saturday
Fenton telling of his expert sumption (beef, 'veal, pork lamb the Atlantic: powers 124. Sylvia Presnell, Mary: other growth factors, double Its I 1 124 talked about plans for the night February 8.
ences on 'Greenland's Icecap. and mutton) wait about I II) in withholding 'd I Brown Nellie. Ruth Ford. stste economy. Cookie Sale. Mrs. Eura McClll I Reverend Rose, a former
Ground crews of three men puundNforeach American citizen.II Peking, and adds; 1 l 1.25. Quay Willlford Bernice', ,'''I'flal"uld !1 I ITI irnt of the is cookie chairman for this troop pastor in the Florida Conferencen'
move Is a new blow may t MortlmoreHowardSimmonsH. dropout ouiiued bf'lnl't' rumple The girls held discussions o ; of the Methodist Church is now
arlty and underlines the t''L. Welter, Mary Walsh, Pauli tints of the fifth -rude.: 24 percent the Cadette Camporee to be held I a full time evangelist and is a

PROVEN that runs throughout I Pratt. before completion the April 10.12, and on Day Camp j f member of the Kentucky Coh-
ern system." 126. Gary peacock Woody: eighth grade: and 60 per trot,1 to be held this summer at Camp f terence For seven years before
t A Successful Business Man I real. Franklin Douglas Morris, Win!., before hich school graduation; Tlmberford. They alsodiscusseda I entering the ministry he was a

CHATHAM. Mrs,.. fred Miller Bruce Harris, Betty: Uc'. Earning: project for the Neighborhood I successful basketball coach in
EQUALS Americans are "Ion, re. Barber Jordan cited figures show ins Association Meeting in BonitaSprings Kentucky. He started coaching
general and short on cone. 1.27. Patricia Owens, Forrest thai the axciage/ male with less 1 March 23. Pauline Blbee at the age of 20 and guided the

I A Successful Council Man titular" the Rev. flve<. Fuller, James Williams, Edward I than an eighth crude education 1 and Sally Corwin will help withthl' I olive Hill High School team to
Lacour director of Ortel, Sherry Weems, Mary earned SU9000! during his lifetime : Friday afternoon Brownies, the state tournament that year,
Vote For George Reardon Church's >> Ramos., comparedIth (326000 and Geraldlne Ward, RebeccaMc.I becoming the youngest coach In

(Pied Politlol ..d".rtl..m."') ment, told a meeting 1.28. Samuel Lowe, Robert earned by. a malr with two or GUI, Stephanie McGIll, and KathyBoynton the history of a Kentucky State
DIMe, George Rolfs,Helen Klare ihirceai* of college: will help the SaturdayBrownies Tournament team
If Florida eliminated its tdhon)'
I IgINAII511NI51NINNIIIgggglllNpla5ul51NaNIlggSNlaaU8laIIN51 11111111151N11111111eIIIIIIaNIIIII1111111111111UIII111pI11 Doris Wood, William Corbltt,I .
dropout, he said, the slate'Juvenile s
Kent Kelly, Dornla Martinez I On January 27 this troop dis.
Mary Ramos delinquency problem cusved, the Girl Scout Laws and Girl Scouts
would be actually; nil the 1 tlUbit'l"
l woiiM' be hirwder through; I their meaning and decided the

DISCHARGES mme mining:.: p<"vei', and i industry\ "do's" and "don'ts" of each. Offer
Cora/ 1.22. Anna Nash. Recipes
Each Is for
girl responsible two
trc .7nvitcd"Everything would seek t If) locate In Hoi'Ida.
8' C 1.23. Charlie J. Billle, Anna His recommendations lor slim dozen boxes of cookies duringthe
Beach Store Harris, Della Snell, Victoria, Cookie Sale. Location of their
touting dropout! any one of hlch"ot Cookies
for the Beach" Capps Martin Tropf, SybilWhatley. only would cost more money! Cookie Sales will be t Daisies Using

Nut Door to the A but also would create probl.mIn s, Bank of Naples and Rexall store,
Naples Theatre ell 1.24. Irene Foss, Una Ward Kingfishers .. Publix Shopping Local Girl Scouts will be outselling
cithe putting them into effect. His:,
f- :: ftCIJ and baby boy, Rosa Little and 7 recommendations included: Center Diamonds Post Office cookies today as they do
Bob's baby boy, Candelarla Rult andbaby I Trimester operation of. allschools 1 I and Beach Club area. Leaders every year at this lime
Pastry boy Betty Church Doris are LaVerne Blbee and Ruth] To help whet the local appe.
plus longer daytime use
BIO >Ui St., No. MI 23710 Wood Michael Henderson and I rite Girl Scout leaders have
Matthews. Karen Hultzen and I ,
of kchools and night and Satui'dayclasses
Fresh Baked Goods Dally" I baby boy. : Betty Decker are Senior Scout t come up with the following re.

Richards ,, "f Y ONY C/toiclZ 1.25. Helen Howl,David Weeks I Using paperback textbooks assl slants clpes using "Girl Scout Cook.les" .

Roofing Service .. .. Marie Henning, Clara Delk, Lily Standard : _
i .. ,, .. Plwi ,,,.
e J i" t .H'd' 'i"tyT
XI : tSnead Donald Facemlre I
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"Naples ; ) t lal"'f
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: : 'oN"i wI ._."I/C..." Rducingcautrvttlon, \,. 9Ita f4 f Mgra'dib'tdlt/ *' I1' *. .. .
Naples 'fnens Wetzel, Milton BickfordNellte schools by using standard plans I Wiriklrtf( Diy corhlhg ICEBOX ROLL
Rexall) Store Ruth Ford and baby boy. for construction, by sir condition up in February. They workedon 1 cup whipping cream
800 6th Ave, So. These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church 126. Angela Presnell and baby In; buildings to help preservethem badges and made final plans t/ cup sugar

boy. and by multiple use of f for the Cookie Sale. Leadersare dash salt
,Jim's Sunoco and Community by Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. 1.27. David Cloyd Elizabeth a areas for KymnRSlumlIudltol'lum.I Betty Smith and Lorraine /i teaspoon vanilla

Life Time Guaranteed Muffler Goddard, Violet Pettit, Douglas I purposes McKay. 12 Girl Scout butter. flavored

MI 6333 or MI 3472 Morris, Quay Willlford, JoanVega I Emplojlng clerical help for ** shorties.

Naples Florid and baby girl teachers lo grade papers and pe y. The Friday afternoon Browniesmade : Whip cream mixed with sugar,
j 1.28. Charles Dauray, Lucille, form similar duties and more ;in- cards to welcome the salt, and vanilla until thick
Bigley's Inc. Vorce Winifred Miller, Bernice, tensive use of intern studentteachers t Spread some of the mixture on
TV A Radio Sales A Service Mortlmore, Lillian KerrSamuelLowe education television, each cookie and put them togetherin
7M 5th Are. So. MI 2-D1S6 W. Howard Zabroskie I language: labs and other teaching!: Bryant Considers a stack or roll, placing It
Mary Ramos. aids on a platter or refrigerator dish.
Naples Laundry and Improving; health and economic Enforcing Ban On Frost outside with remaining

Cleaners, Inc.loti BIRTHS standards giving more individual l i Cigarette SalesTALLAHASSEE cream store in refrigerator 8
? 1.22 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald r hours or in
attention through: smaller classes, overnight. Then cut
JUt Aft. So. MI :
14(5 Edward Ward, baby boy, Mr.I making school mote Interesting, (AP) Govo diagonal slices about 1 inch thick
"One Day Service nAt and Mrs Jose L. Ruiz, baby encouraging married students t Farris Bryant says he seeking; Serve with sliced peaches orn.
Your Request" ; t'' ( r ; : boy, Mr. and Mrs Booker T.' remain in schools, remedial readIng legal advice on whether to e strawberries or semisweet eho.

Benson Insurance l lehat? aA Little, baby boy. more exceptional child units force a 50.year.old state law 1 colors sauce.
1.23. Mr. and Mrs. Julian W.I vocational education diversified I banning the sale of cigarettes to

Agency, Inc. Henderson, baby boy. cooperative training whereunder minors.He .
Insurance of all Kinds 1.24. Mr. and Mrs. George I students work part time as peeand t told newsmen Thursday he MINTED BROWNIE PIE
I 870 eth Aye., So. h Vega Jr., baby girl Mr. of their education enforcing a t.. had asked the attorney reneral'sornel' t i 14 Girl Scout Mint Cookies
Phone MI 2.8111' Mrs. Edward L. Presnell, baby tendance laws, and many other for an opinion. 3 egg whites
boy. actions The law would be difficult to dash salt

Naples Federal 1025Mr.. and Mrs Horace ______ enforce and might stir up more Vi cup sugar
and Loan Savings Ford baby boy. resentment than prohibition did,, Ills teaspoon vanilla
1.27. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 7 Gubernatorial the governor said V4 cup chopped nuts
toO 5th Ave So.
; ,. ,\ A. Owens, baby boy. He said hi" hoped he would not t sweetened whipped cream (1/4 to
BB Builders SpecialtiesTrail ,,1 >,\< 10280 M r, and M rs.Abel Ramobaby Candidates To Be have to enforce a ban on selling; I cup heavy cream)
girl.Work. cigarettes to a 20.year.old youth i Chill cookies in refrigerator
North MI 2-2350 [ Sheriffs' Guests The governor said there was i for a few minutes. Roll between
Plywood Doors i no way to tell yet the effect on i folds of waxed
Builders Hard are "fill i 1l To Prevent JACKSONVILLE .. Florida the state revenue of the federal: whites and salt paper. until egg
ScUage Russwin Dexter LockeN.plesFurnltureCompany seven announced candidates for report that cigarette smoking Is i soft
!, Strike Tonight On Governor six democrats and> I harmful. peaks form. Gradually beat
one Republican will get tog *, State and in sugar. Fold in cookie crums,
city governments nut
i meats
Phone MI 2-3040 ther on the same platform /or share about $40 and vanilla; Spreadin
Radio TV ChainsSAN a year buttered
9 inch
the first pie plate.
North TsmUml Trail r+ they present from cigarette taxes. Bake in
at Trail Terrace lart DIEGO, Calif. (AP}-Ne.e egotlators short speeches at a "Meet thEcandidates" On another subject the slow oven 325 degrees
gover. 35
minutes. Cool
worked against a mid. Luncheon sponsored I nor forecast that Florida thoroughly.
Trail Builders Supply '' night strike deadline today I to by the Florida Sheriffs Asstike >. become the production would I Top with sweetened whipped
center for cream. Chill 3 to 4 hours and
avert a nationwide str
elation on February 6. big rockets. The
Company against two major radio and tel.1 The luncheon will he held hereIn of satellites boosters sheer weight garnish with curls of shaved
Naples, Florida evision networks. other unsweetened chocolate.
the Hotel
n4Av' Members of the National Association at George 12130 Washingtonauditorium I, components makes It! almost NOTE: I used dessert topping
Marathon p.m., as a certain that rocket in
Dredging place of
M of Broadcast highlight of the Annual will become a FIorlda.bas whipped cream.
Marioe Construction and. .. a es and Technicians have au. ter conference of the Florida dustry he IUd In.
Laad Development '1' g' ;: thorlzed their representatives to Sheriffs Association. Bryant said Florida's
MI t-4423 Naples Florida call a strike if necessary I at Also scheduled on the Confer.I at the New York exhibit APRICOT WHIP
; midnight, EST. The networks ence for the Fair V4 tablespoon plain gelatine
program same date will be brought back
The Bank of the star 3
Naples tablespoons
Involved are the American Is a testimonial banquet honoring r and rebuilt after cold water
"Orowinc with Naples andCollier Broadcasting Co. and the Na. Clay County Sheriff John P.Hall I, No site has been the fair ends. 1 cup hot canned apricot syrup
County Since 194 tional determined, 0cup crumbled Girl Scout But.
Broadcasting Co. of Green Cove Springs who has he said.
Member F.DJC. Rockets have a certain thrust and A union source said Thurs.da earned the title of "Dean of> the main circular Bryant suggested that tered flavored shorties

II lit no more. Nuclear bombs have a certair >i "we are miles apart on Is. Florida Sheriffs" by serving a be a suitable industrial building exhibit would i 1 cup whipping cream(or dessert
MarineCorporation sues of wages and jurlsdlc. record 36 topping)
explosive force and no more. Ever years building for Tallahassee and 1 tablespoon lemon
tlons. The three.lay Conference,with' that the 110 toot Juicer
;. II powerful device on which man depends Spokesmen for ABC and NBC Sheriff Hall as the host, will could be located In citrus 8.8 canned apricot halves
James L Walker, Realtor 1 V J ightiest I t OUT for military} defense or scientific advanc say there are enough trained open February S with a demon area by the state the Citrus Lakeland Soften gelatin in cold water;
a a Com. add to
"A Native Broker" is limited/ in its energy. supervisory emplojes to keep stratlon of "procedures to Be mission. hot syrup and stir until

W tua St., No. OB The Trail But FAITH has no limits. It turns programs on the air as sched. Followed in Nuclear Emerge dissolved. Cool and chill. When
uled If they are struck. cies" by the U.S. Atomic Energy slightly jelled and beginning to
Sunshine Hardware with trusting eyes to the Almighty, whose power Is infinite, whose love Is ever Most of the NBC union memo Commission and Florida Nucleart : C.W.MenningerJr. set, whip until light and fluffy.

Tour Complete lasting It is constantly confident and courageous because its resources can. bers are technicians. ABC memo Space Commission. Fold In crumbled cookies, whip.
Hardware Store not be exhausted. bershlp Includes white coil,tSheriffs will also hear a con. Wins Promotion ped cream and flavoring Place

ni Bth Are. So. In perilous times a great nation always finds its might in spiritual resources. workers switchboard operators, /Identlal report on the crime the apricot halves In the bottomof
And publicists, secretaries, janitors I, situation In Florida elect In Marine Corps mold; pour in gelatin mixtureand
today significantly of the essential elements
one of survival in which
iua yf e's lumber Company our wardrobe and makeup person. ;Sheriffs Association officers for -S chill until firm.
Complete Builders Suppry stockpile dwarfs the Russians is FAITH. Khrushchev has no secret installation to nel.The ;1964); and discuss a number ofhula Marine private First Class -

1003 first Ave. South match the thrust and force generated in the souls of our people by our hundreds strike would start slmul. i technical subjects such as W. Mennlnger, Jr., son
of thousands of churches, taneously in New York Wash :Improvement of their communications of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. overhultz MINT COOKIE ICECREAM
Collier County Motors Think these ington Philadelphia, Chicago, < network and their record of 2861 Shorter Are, Naples was 1 can condensed milk(sweetened)
MO Tamlaml on things as we worship together next Sunday morning San Francisco and Los Angeles.keeping 1 systems recently promoted while serving 1 pint whipping cream
Trail North
MI 2-5154 our mightiest hour! The union said it Is seeking f with Headquarters and Head ar. 12 Girl Scout Mint Cookies

job security provisions and a SARTORIAL THEOLOGY tens Squadron, at the Marine Whip cream and add condensed .
Hard 'aNlath Variety I Store Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday wage Increase to 'irl.,g salaries Corps Air station,Cherry point milk, mixing well,put cookies
ey NEW YORK AP) what kind '
Deuteronomy Isaiah Jeremiah Daniel Kpheslans: Colussians! Revelation 0" in line with IJa,' u. tnvlcoes N. C. between two sheets of
M Sliest South of garb a clergyman wear Ins the heavy wax
811.20 40:25-31: 11)1421) : 4'28-tt: 1:15-21: 1:3.12 66-14: Colun The station provides paper and
at .a Broadcasting Sy air sun. roll to crumbs Stir
t\g.rrhf IHi'! ".." .,. .\" ...,.,;.lisK .'ft..,...., he- \'....hN'/l. I.. tern, which is represented by pulpit goer to sometimes switch denominations causes church!, port for the infantryman of the hese into the cream and pour
.lr union. Fleet Marine Force at into refrigerator
report the Lutheran Church in nearby tray when par.
XmerUaft lomrai \ion on *or> Camp Lejeune, N. c. i-.J'LfS'11'' remove tray and

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Thomas Pace -'....w'u,1.., \+ y aw .Friday January 31, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3 I'I

i Dies In OhioThomas I
L. Pace, 67. former I goodlandJVcws I
I president of Naples Players,cUed \ J
,; yesterday at the University Hos. BY KATHFR1NE IRK
petal In Columbus, Ohio. Funeral NOTICE TO

services with will be held there tomorrow George Rudy "Buster" are acatloning at the Pink
Interment In Dan. Hous, Motel. This is their
Robinson celebrated his first
vlllo va. his '
Memorial service home A birthday Thursday with a party first visit to this area, and
will be held
at 2 o'clock Friday atternoon with his family. Grandma Eva they say they are enjoying their

February 7, at Trlnlty.by.thel: J Arthur served cake and ice stay ery much. The two men
Cove Episcopal Church with the cream at her home at Marco had a very successful day fish-
Rev. Richard T. Lambert offi. Island Marina and young Buster Ing, in spite of bad weather,
elating.A t'r: : received several nice gifts. fishing with Capt. Bob Bianchi BOATMEN 4

brother, William G.pace Jr. Buster is a chubby young man, aboard the Raven. They report -
a winter resident of Naples, llv. with a lovely shy smile, and a catch of several snook
ing on Broad Avenue, South, flew has been walking all over the red 'Ish, and several other
to Columbus yesterday,but faUed place for over two months kinds, Dr. Werner hooked intoa t- -
to reach there before his ...
broth. large on a casting rod.
er's death. Since his birthday, and all the : tarpon
He is also survived cards he received he now expects After playing the fish for abouta
other brothers by two mall day.and shows half hour, and getting several *
Greenville every
Columbus, Ohio, and Ben paceof H. his displeasure when his good )jumps he was happy U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will
when the fish broke the line.
Pace of Columbus Ga., and mommie tells} him "no mall
two sisters, Mrs. Marie King today." (Note to Marge: Keep watching -

of Richmond, Va., and Miss Ann Mr. any Mr George "Pat" this spoil!)
Pace of Oxford, N.C. Pattlson Jr. spent a few daysat AT DROP ANCHOR make free
, Thomas K. pace resided on their cottage here, relaxing\ Drop Anchor Trailer Park safety inspections on

Hibiscus Street, East Naples,and and doing a bit of fishing. The welcomed several Wisconsin
lived here since January Pattisons are staying at Pompano travelers this week Mr. and
He was associated with Beach where Pat is work- Mrs Chet Hasler of Waupaca,
David C. Jones
business during in most the of real that estate time. SPRING I 196 4-Among new hats previewed 'In New ing. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lampmenof boats at

He was a charter member of York I I. this Adolfo creation: a shallow ""yl"I-lIuc.r": padreof Guests at the BUnchi's this Blue Mounds and Mr. and

Naples Players and was servingas green b.libuntl trimmed with jewelled Maltese cross.Immokalee week were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Clarence Verhein of Milwaukee -

a member of Its board of U.II-- -- M. Jacobs, of Hobe Sound and .
directors lit the time of his Mrs. Ed Becker of Chicago.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mert Brandon, BOAT
death as well as on the boardof Jacobs and Mrs. Becker regular winter visitors to Drop
the Community Concert As NewsBY have just returned from Chicago Anchor were delighted when HAVEN
soclatlon of which he had servedas where they spent some their daughter and son-in-law, :-J
president. He has also servedas MRS. W, H. GARRETTThe ,time visiting relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Schofleld MAPLES
state president of the Florida ". ___'III friends. Ann Bianchi and the arrived from Ohio this week. ,
Little o
Theater Association. Girl Scouts of the Gulf. leers for next year Is: Bill New. two ladies, Ann's sisters hada As their stay is quite shone
friends family wishing has to asked that ;oast Branch, In Neighborhood some, chairman; Mrs.Betty Cur. good time catching up on f am- Patsy describes her method of
memorial to him make give contributions a 1.will start their cookie sale ry, Mrs. Blue Strickland, Mrs. Uy news and gossip.Ed getting a Florida tan as the
31 and It will last until Juanita Goodwin, and Mrs. Nora I
January quick and painful"
Walker, of Orlando and way.
Naples .
Players Inc
February 8 There will be chocolate Stone. Goodland, entertained some Many of the Drop Anchor
mint, shorties, and peanut Mr. Thomas's sixth grade won residents had this week J sf
Ministers Hold butter cookies. They freeze well the room count.Refreshmentl. friends here over the weekend. and guests Noll Saturday February
ENJOYING STAY Dr. Mrs.llarry were
and are low in poly.unsaturates.They of donuts and
will sell for 50 cents. coffee were served by the third Dr. and Mrs. W. Werner and visited by Mr. and Mrs.Manuel
Husband, Wife Twenty cents of this goes to the and tenth grade mothers. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Reis from St. Louis. Mo. The
cookie company, 25 cents to Gulf Buckman of Westchester. Ohio. foursome had been enjoying r
Dinner MeetingThe Coast Council and 5 cents goesto SHOWS SLIDES fishing and sightseeing but the
the troop. No money from any Mrs. Hannlore Spires visited Named Reis' particularly favored their Starting at 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Naples Ministerial Asso. source goes into camping equip. Mr. Thomas's sixth grade room Clemmer first dinner of Florida stone
elation met in the Fellowship Hallof ment or to build camps except Monday She showed slides she

the Methodist Church on Thursday from the sale of cookies. had taken on her visit to Italy, President For crab.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Dowler
evening for a husband and The thlr J grade Brownies made France, Austria, Switzerland and entertained friends from their
wife dinner. After the evening flower center pieces for Christ. Riviera Mrs. Spires Is from
meal, there was a general sharing mas and are learning different Germany and she talked to the Mental HealthIn home state of Ohio. Mr. and This inspection will show you if your
of backgrounds and prior mlniste phases of Scouting.Mrs.Virginia children about her country. She Mrs. Raymond Downing and Mr.
rial appointments and ex. Crawford Is leader to this group has many slides of Germany and the annual election night and Mrs. WilliamKarbler. The
periences. and Mrs. Myra Montalvo Is as. the children enjoyed this as they held Monday by the Collier County weather was ideal and the fish boat meets the minimum safety requirements
Those in attendance were: sistant. Girls In this group are had Just finished a chapter in Mental Health Association, CarlA. were biting so both coupleshad
Dr. and Mrs. Harland Fague Mary Ruth Allen.Mary Lou Black Social Studies of these countries.A Clemmer was elected and in. a wonderful time and look "I

and Dr. Fague's sister, Miss Carol Olroyd Sandy Montalvo, district Fellowship Meeting ducted as president for 1964. forward to a return visit to considered essential by the U. S. Coast
Esther Fague, of Emmanuel Lu. Mary Crawford, ChlqultaWhatly, of the Church of God will be held Goodland.
theran Church, Reverend and Linda Newsome, Marjorie Tay. at LaBelle Monday night for all Other officers elected were
Other visitors from the Stateof
Mrs. Richard Lambert of Trinity lor, Valre Plmentor, Geraldine the churches In the Fort Myers Meridith Strong, vice president;
by the Cove Episcopal Whidden, Christine Spooner district. The Rev. Walter Pettlt, and Mrs. Eleanor DeWilde, sec. Ohio were Mrs. Clara Guard. i
Church, Reverend and Mrs. Jo. Terry Jo Dummy,Pamela Brown national director of Evangelism, retary-treasurer. Panstingel and her son, Paul. iI
seph Foster of Triumph Church, Mary Lynn McCarty, Blanche will be guest speaker. The They enjoyed a wonderful visit I
for the '
Reverend and Mrs. Ledles Bargo Barfield, and Ann Ehoults. The ministers and wives are covered program the evenlnj with their friends,Mr.and Mrs.

of East Naples Baptist Church, The second grade Brownies urged to attend an afternoon ses. ism, what It is history and what of Is alcohol| Dave Reese. Both families were
Reverend and Mrs. D. C. Mobleyof made Christmas center pieces slon at 3 o'clock. The ladles of done about it In Florida,being In s,: neighbors in Brendt, Ohio.
Macedonia Baptist Church, They are making sitapons now out the LaBelle church will serve panel discussion. Stith Noe drove his wife
Reverend and Mrs. John Stumpof of oil cloth and are planning quite dinner to the guests. Nancy, and grandaughter, Anne
First Presbyterian Church and a few more things to do. The) Mrs. Edwin Brown, formerly Panel members from the R .', Mcis to Miami Saturday where
Reverend and Mrs.Harry C.Par. will go to Naples Scout Cam of Immokalee,Is In Lee Memorial habllltatlon Center'ln Avon Park took a Cincinnati
they plane to ,
ham of First Methodist Church. for a day of camping when the Hospital She I Is the mother of were Jerry L. Billiard, Allen H.1'Olio The Noe's three-year- The cost to you is nothing 'I
weather permits. Leader of thU Mr. Lloyd Brown. Dana and S. George Clarke.
is Mi's..-' ,. 101d grandaughter has been visiting ,
troop Mrs. Walter Garrett anc Betty JO Brown; Mrs1. I tIt
Xi Beta Nu assistant leader is Mrs. Thomas Bernice Whidden and Mrs. Betty Nancy Bishop,Cathryn Sum mere, with them for two weeks
Lancaster.The girls are List Combs motored to Tampa Tues Ann Dupree, Judy Roberts, Mar. while her parents were in the
Rymes, Beverly Passmore, day to visit Mr. Dewey Brown I garet Salmon,ImaSue HallBandy process of moving Into their could lifef
Gathers At Susan Stone, Janice Wolf, Bonnie who is in the Tampa General Halo Whidden, Nancy Oakes, Theresa new home. save your
Lancaster, Janet May, Suzar 1tal. Mrs. Combs stayed with I Shockley, Evelyn Dupree, Pat Mr. and Mrs,' Harold Ray
Browning, Jeannie Permenter her mother, Mrs. Brown. McHan and Bill Jo Rhodes. returned from Miami this week

Home Karen House, Robin Browning Mrs. Edith Simmons of Fort where they spent a delightful
Boyette Brenda Clifton, Joyce Pickles, Myers is visiting her daughterand JOINT MEETINGThe three days visiting their
Jonl Brown and Mara Gross son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Commission on membership .
Mr. and Mrs. Curt Boyette en. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
The Junior Girl Scouts made Lloyd Brown. and Evangelism met jointly
tertained members and guestsof Christmas centerpieces also with the Methodist men at the taarland of Beloit Wise They You will not be under obligation
XI Beta Nu at their home In They are learning outdoor train. AT THE FAIR Church Fellowship hall Saturday enjoyed sightseeing and particularly any .
North Naples on Saturday night, log now. Mrs Millie Seals It The 4.11 boys and girls of Evening. The program was on their visit to the Seaquarlum -
January 21. After a bountiful din. the leader Mrs. Frank Warriner Immokalee went to Palmetto,Fla. church-wide visitation. and Jsf-AIsi PASSES it will
IF YOUR BOAT receive -
ner consisting of ham, venison, and Mrs. Dorothy Skinner are the to the fair Friday the 24th as After a covered dish supper, Mr. and Mrs. Avelino
green beans, asparagus,macaroni assistant leaders. The girls are:a cattle Judgingteam.Those going a chart on visitation was shownto Tavares of Drop Anchor tooka
and cheese, pineapple salad, Kathy Carter, Mary Ann Carter,were Major Whlsnant,Glenn Cor the members present and ex. break from fishing this week
tossed salad and relish Unties. Nannette Grant, Betty Gross,bitt, Jimmy Wolf, Ronnie Wilson, plalned by Rev Richard Howe.;, to spend the day in Hollywood a Certificate of Safety.IF .
the couples enjoyed music and Latricla Gross, Susan Hall,Kathy Brown. Linda Snyder and Abe Skinner, president ol with Mrs. Tavares'niece I
dancing throughout the evening. laren McDonald,Sharon Miller,Joe Whitesell,Ass't county agent. Methodist Men's Club, presidedat visiting
Those attending were: Mr. and Ir try Margaret Olroyd, Phyllis Mark Whlsnant won grand the meeting. Others presentat and family, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Fred Hartford, Mr. and Olroyd, Diana O'Qulnn, Jeanette champion with his black angus the meeting were Mrs J. D, H. Mclmosh. YOUR BOAT FAILS the corrective
Mrs. George DeBusman, Mr.and Padgett, Sharon Padgett, Ginger bull at the Southwest Florida McNealy Mr. and Mrs. J. R.|: Francis H. Gldley, owner I
Mrs. Herman Korfanta, Mr. and Patterson Patsy Permenter,Fair. Kathy Brown took first Marrls, Mr. and Mrs, of Drop Anchor, recently came
Mrs. Bert Williams,Mrs Gerald Karen Roberts, Bonnie Rimes,place and won a blue ribbon with H. M. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. C....,,, upon an article in the February decision is
McMillen, Mrs Fred. Alander, Kay Seal, Claudia Singletary,hers. Major Whlsnant won a red Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Issue of Ford Times entitled yours. I
Ann Moon' and Bob Hecksher.The Larlcla Skipper, Ann Summers,ribbon with his. Grant, and L.J. Williams Florida's Marco Island" by
next regular meeting of Becky Walker and Pam Warriner.
Peter Barrett. This Las short,
the chapter will be February 3
at the home of Mrs.Fred< *' PTA MEETINGThe Immokalee Future Home.makers LJ3. Burnette, Bob Fowler,
in Pine Ridge. Programs will be Immokalee School P.T.A. met at the High School and Kaiser went on a fishing I touches on subjects of shell-
given by Mrs. Tad Fraser and met Thursday night in the school Friday with President Gwen War. trip to Moorehaven Saturday and Ing, fishing and natural beautyof
Mrs. C. P. Harris.Raymond. cafeteria. The meeting was calledto rlner presiding. A panel discussion they reported a good catch. Marco Island which Mr. ALL BOAT OWNERS ARE URGED TO

order by the president, Gene was held on how to emphasize Mrs. L. B. Burnett. visited In Barrett describes as having
Jones Stone. The devotion was given by the Importance of worthy j Maples' with her sister Mrs. J. all the alluring aspects of Poly
Rev. Carl Cook of Friendship home membership and ways of ]Moore nesia. BRING THEIR BOAT WITH FLORIDA REG-
Baptist Church. encouraging democracy In the
On LightshipRaymond 4.H Club awards of '62.(3 home and community life.F. VotersOn
were presented "jy assistant H. A. mothers, Mrs. Bob ISTRATION CERTIFICATION TO BOAT HAVEN. u
J. Jones, englneman county agent Joe Whitesell.Those Shockley, Mrs. Frank Warriner Feb. 4th
first class, USCG, husband of the awards participated you
receiving were Major an4 and Mrs. Johnny Jump
former Miss Juanita P. Clark of Mark Whisnant, beef cattle rals.ing In the discussions of trials will elect four of

Immokalee, Is serving aboard the ; Glenn Corbitt and Al Curry, and troubles amongteenagers and the several persons .

Coast Guard Lightship Ambrose, poultry; and Jimmy Wolf, agri their parents. whose names EVERY BOAT OWNER
positioned oft the entrance to culture. Refreshments were served to
Lower New York Bay, 23 miles Frank Warriner, school prln. the following Bernadette Black, appear on the ballot .

from Manhattan. cipal, accepted a trophy for the Diane Heath, Joyce Glidden, Joe $ to serve as
Ambrose has the world's most girl's cattle Judging team in the and Sue Jump, PrlsclllaWlllalms Ar Rn Councilmen. WELCOME ui
powerful light afloat and is used absence of the team Jane Eher. Gall Kathy Me. IS MOST
to guide mariners into the Port Down'f Iris Worth
rod, Ann May and Connie Car. Carty, Joan These men will
of New York. ter. Charlotte Anderson Carolyn
The lightship also utilizes elec. Nominating committee for of. McCan, Sue and Cecil Magee, spend HUNDREDSof I
tronic aids to navigation and a <- THOUSANDSof
JkwN'MX61Jf"1MAY76f9NYnpG.BY.'A"M 7. "" .4'
sound device for guiding ships
during periods of low visibility _'...."_,..,'w.. "y", N. ,' j YOUR TAX .1

College CreditTo DOLLARS. 9 A. M
I They will rnako ;

Be Given For many decisions ll

that will affect the
Law Course Here HALF PRICE SALEon GROWTH and !

Edison Junior College will
f PROGRESS of the City of Naples for a great many
bring a three credit college 1
course In Business Law com. years. Saturday February 1stNAPLES.in :
mencing at 1 o'clock Monday FELLOW CITIZENS In asking your SUPPORT and ,
at Senior
nights school. Naples High your VOTE I will make but on pfomlsel

The course will be taught by
Attorney Thomas Brown of Napies. "ONE PROMISE"I '
Registration will be at 6 I promise to give to you, the Citizen of Naples, OAT i iNAVIN

o'clock Monday night, February I equal and fair consideration on all matters brought

3. before me as a member of your City Council.
Cook chopped cabbage and in construction work ;;:)
onion in butter until the 1TlQ/l 1Tlidtad My many years heavy machinery
vegetables are (oldenbrowntddpancake ; ore purchasing agent, and my interest In waterfront o raaasaae.vi.
batter and serve with and "sea going" activities qualify me to
poultry or meat. Top I stack of
three pancake with a thin servo you well.VOTE
square of butter. If you use a 1170 3rd St. So. Across from Movie
baiter quarter for cup each of regular cake the pancake pancakes ",..., CAPT. K. G. PENNY

will be about four Inches It".,'"" N-,m <-.>* o"lIul! A.v.rti......nt)
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I II ,+ THEfHANDrROCKTHE. .........-.t(, .. CRADLErAaR --- Today In WashingtonBY
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I *oufy2 } 1 '' : :: ,.: -' THE ASSOCIATED PREJ

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FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 1964 Iv" eta1 harmony in Birmingham

8u .. ,.,. /. '.P'; WASHINGTON (AP)- the Ala.Utence., has quietly( gone out of ixl:
1m Just One More River To Cross / E Et news Johnson DON'T from remarked CALL Washington US:casually President ath1.s tary The of two the men Army, former Kenneth Seer c..

II last Saturdays Royall and former West Point
/ conference
w CHAS news I will! see football coach Earl Black, gave
P ceeding further with their delaying tactics : "incidentally, an oral report to Kennedy \u\

A The validation yesterday of the $17 and it is quite obvious that's all w. you This next is week.more warning than reporter Birmingham.Oct. 10 after returning from

s.' million bond Issue for construction of the they are Is a mystery. 1t seems a ever have jot from him Royall and Blalk said

a Naples-ft. Lauderdale toll road was a shameful waste of money that must be I -he prefers. and spurtthe.mornentsessions since then they planned to submit a written they

R big step toward start of actual work on poured into legal fees. '' ir have been asklnj press aide report later. However, White

u the expressway but apparently theIr Since The News Is the only newspaper Andrew Hatcher when Thursday the House report sources never said was Thursday receivedand
American Automobile Association and in all of Florida that editorially When night they at a did briefing so Hatcher that Royall and Black an.parently .

the City of Miami will attempt to further supported "Alligator Alley," may we Cot his dander up. With emphaU with concluded their mis.slon .
U delay the project by appealing Circuit once again reiterate our honest conviction le vehemence he said he will then not Kennedy's assassin

a: Judge Walker's decision to the Florida that the road will benefit both Collier added discuss"If the we matter do have further one, we tion.Royall and Blalk went to Blr.
:' Supreme Court. This Is regrettable. and Broward Counties, and that its will announce It and you will mine ham on Sept. 24-nlnt days

No one denies that the AAA and Miami construction will not delay or hinder four. t'Of1'OP / have plenty FADEOUT of time to prepare.A two, after tered a one dynamite of the city's explosion churchesand shah

1: most assuredly were entitled to present laning of the Tamlaml Trail. .... man QUIET committee established by killed four Negro children
A their objections to validation of the useless sit John F. Ken- attending Sunday School class.
It..., s to be hoped that the \ the late president
Ct bonds, but it was painfully obvious at delaying tactics of AAA and the City "C fO\\1'\\J'- '" nedy In an effort to promote ra. eSt.. ,,,. .
: 1:::: :: "
It the Tallahassee hearing that both parties of Miami will be abruptly ended by the Its S REP _1. '. {2:1':: :" :: ., :..g ijl! m .i+* '. "

ell were clutching at straws and had no supreme court and at an early data. : C \ I'/ ..

g: really valid grounds for asking the courtto Alligator Alley apparently has lust t S '1 THIS CURIOUS WORLD

refuse validation. river Let's the \ \\1 > "i
one more to cross. get : O ; '
Why the two parties Insist on pro boat ready. ; t : .!.
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I 5 Those Idle Educational Plants :" :. 'i' ..;.::...:..'-:-:;:..--:- ".4.),".?...:!.: r.."tii.;':.:,::..:.: '

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1at of view, the cost of higher educational

The cost of school plants and other facilities is so great that it hardly seems );.:.,,. .
: "t ; .
Ft facilities has become staggering.The justifiable to have them Idle for threeor ,17Z7RRI'l" :

State University of New York four months during the summer." -' N_ 'A'" -. "":: :.,',i :::::!!:.'$ ::::'-m. '-" J iJWI. :<.:.:,.::'.' ..
: has approved experimental plans which And the Citizens Public Expenditure Survey J'. '" m . ,', :;.';,:rIIlBTN.a! __ ./, ''' ,<' .:;; :;.;:< .' i;:::::::

could save the state's taxpayers $203 says: "No private business could . . . 1beGREYNOUNDa'Xt6y60

million In capital construction costs. This operate for long on the part-time plant PET DOCTOR Soon IeMS'A N o. ,
would be realized through the more ef utilization basis now employed in our Today InHistory GEMS OF THOUGHT AI
fty A.W Metier, D.V.M.
ficient use of existing and new college school systems.

facilities. The institutions will be used If we're going to Invest millions of '

throughout the year, instead of being dollars In school plants and this goes By Th. SHtHAVEA2E N'' It 1 1Q SINGI

closed down for vacation 30 per cent of for high schools as well as universities ASSOCIATEDPRESS SECONDS ONTIMOTHY' He who sings scare away his

the time. and colleges let's at least make the woes. Cervantes I ll, yiawww
. . . .
This Is In consonance with an observation best, most efficient, and most economicaluse

New York's governor made a few of them, Instead of letting them Today Is Friday Jan.31.1964. .0. ee' That No faith never can sines.Laseelles last.

I months ago: "From the taxpayer's point stand idle so much of the year There are 335 days left In the ''ape AbercrombieIf n
: year. e 'd
,, : jc&.m; ;: ;, !' \\W:_ @.!. .r:: (. A: >>:: \t Today's highlight In history a man cannot sing as hecarries I
[!M iiil1fID! _' ".;l1H1tjV i ''JWWr $i/ { J t.1t W .F'iW": i On this date In IMS, Congress I it his i cross he had better
authorized erection of a public drop
monument to George Washing -Havelock EllisToday i qLi JELLY IS
ton on public land In the Dls- A GOATS HEAD
trict of Columbia It was com and soar my soul can only sing vwsoesrsNeo BYMSNATbRSCrtAKNoTiy WATeR.

.. 4 . .. 4 .. the pleted In In 1884.1888.and opened to -Mary Baker Eddy tbw.t.vasssce tAeaaataAuasayvsea 8c MRRto
public o 0a ,
On this date Respect all such as sing when
In 1795, Alexander Hamilton all alone!
nladt for Blade resigned as secretary of the Q. What type of hay It considered -Robert BrowningA {{k

PretenxUwt Suburbanite: A man who hires some treasury because the salary belt for feeding riding song will outlive all\ ser I
his lawn he was Inadequate for his needs. I hones? R. F, Trantue, Bloom- mons In the memory. rI
so play
one mow' can Rxp.
In 1917
see Soaking a wedding ring in dishwater Germany announced I MP 11.It1 I Y'N'
bur N.J. ,
cxrrciseT ..I&lepryOjiesio,
r.; three times daily makes it last longer gulf for it would begin unrestricted I"marine .. l' "
White Times. -The Frostburg (Md.) Citizen warfare In World War' AAJ en.tint*hori*own,,.turned 'I'
Few men have ever repentedof
Monticello, Ind. I. up their sour at any hoy which was MO'rHEA.BAr CAN ,
Limited Powers ilence.Patrick
In 1944 the American Inn Henry '
not timothy hay. Dover and alfalfa hay t"lJastY1R )CUN&
Wanli Money may be the husk of many sion of the Marshall Islands began were conildered too rich. I'rolrlgron ABOUTeVEN AFTER! THEM.CtMMUNED I I I
things, but not the kerne) It brings I In World War n with a and mixed hay were thought hove l : < WEIGHT EQU4LV
All the average woman wants Is a (()(KI, but not appetite; medicine, but .landing at Kwajaleln In the Pa. too little nourlthment.When I..peduo ,:';::lZ'I ![bf0} 2'J: \ v MOAB THAN HER OWN.
roof over her head-and the tight to not health; acquaintances but not was Introduced It became quite popu
raise it occasionally. cine. lar. Today moil people who deal with
friends; servants, but not loyalty; days
In 1950 President Harry Truman
feel thai from alfalfa
hones hay timothy
-The Danville Va.
( ) of joy, but not peace or happiness. announced he had orderedthe
letpecbe, and even
Commercial Appeal -The Brooks (A Ita.) Bulletin Atomic Energy Commission clover are all good If fed In,,,,all quontltlet. Special
to produce the hydrogen bomb.
The Important coniideralloni are
Ten years ago-Frank Leahy SALE
of of
the availability certain type hayIn
resigned as Notre Dame's head
others say, football coach due to Illness. a given area and megeneralqualityof DiscountLECO
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSWhy Five years ago -Communist the hay The bed hay U cut' early
from leafy green plonlt. It should be
Hungary said It would limit the
free of dull and mold and li best when
activities of the UJ5.
Learn The Hard Way windshield Had she been wearinga legation feed
In Budapest because It considered well cured. One commercial Incorporate MODEL WS-2
We've read about it and heard safety belt- this probably would those activities detriment. alfalfa and ellmlnatei the

about It what safety belts will not have happened.The al to national security.One need for hay altogether

do but Friday we learned the value of and the protection farm message year ago, President-In a special John. AUTOMATIC WATER

Value of their usage through a tragic afforded by, the use of safety belts F. Kennedy asked voluntary Think

ehmple, has been proven time and time again controls by farmers on their Even the dog catcher is SOFTENER
milk and feed grain production.
In the wreck Friday morning but, being humans, we figure things -, vulnerable to automation.An .
which claimed Drevard's 60th traffic like this cannot happen to usbutIt Good Service electronic computer will
be used this year to track REGULAR PRICE-$349.50
Three million volunteer
fatality, the victim who was a passenger can. 'women down persons who do not
had on no safety belt. The Install and use safety belts for saved sweepers Romania $13 reportedly renew their dog owners'

front seat passengers In the other your own protection and that of your million last. .year. _.,, licenses In Milwaukee,.....Wis.. SALE PRICE289.5O
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car had on safety belts-they were passengers. It Is better to be safe- .Ya0vxumww 'm"r'
injured, but not fatally. than sorry. The life you save may : ":{>>; "-' ..O.iv.. MANW01tlJ0tr Vp..WS wW..i: .n ,

The impact of the head-on collision be your own or that of a loved one. WATTS.KHIFE. $
threw the victim through the Titusville Star-Advocate :ADIEU' NOTtC
i< .TS.ALfGoARfTA.PAVO.A.: :
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. I The Stereo Set ACROSS 30. Method 'INctRE.URt> C
33. Extra pay ... ACT. TROASAvCRT
1. Refusc to In India PEG: ...
Apart from sensation-mongering pended until all the facts are. in. bid 36. Rider Hag. LIRA MORELLO
there are two general approachesto But the political process does not 5.Job gard novel TOR.S.AR.OAFoLASKA.APART LECO WATER FILTER
the case of the stereo set given to work that way. A concern for safeguarding 8.Ripple 37. DIving bird

President Johnson at the instigationof reputations has to be against 38. Clft RITUAL CADGE MODEL WF-MO. Removes
f Bobby Baker. One is in the matched with an equal concern for 11. herring 42. Vegetable, NASTY E SSEf1l2.

judicial spirit, dealing cautiouslywith opening up the secrecy with which aauce. Seeda U..
new information as it emerges public servants seek to defend 13. Herb eve of Appdl.UonSOLUTION Athena 0' YISTUDA ,"UZZLI Sulphur and Iron from

and reserving judgment until the themselves. Otherwise the facts IJ, Bellow 46. Win bird DOWN 7. Inweat
available facts are In. The other is would probably not come out. 15. Right wing 47 Gibbon pima well water
the route of political exposure So the American public has to 17. Outcome 48. Moroccan 1..Imon Young

pressing hard for uncovering the accustom itself to piecemeal disclosures 19. Wrath coin 2. Plant of Wy 10.9. Chum Kava REGULAR PRICE $ 189,50
whole of the Baker story and its to interim or biased po. 20. Retainer 49. Tramiler'l family 16 One 01
ramifications litical reactions; and to keeping its 21. Stove command 3. Swells David'
The latter will be turbulent. head during the running development 24. Adapt 50. Some 4. Nape rulers SALE PRICE
It unavoidably involves a confused of a political "incident" like 28. Hr: Fr 51. Euulyptul 5. Carriers 18. Conatelia'
mixture of charges and countercharge this. There is all the difference between 29. Pother wood 6. Pulpy fruit don

and incomplete facts u an appetite for sensation or 22, Mullln
1 I J" .2 5tt a 1 I f I. 23. Curved
they progressively emerge. crude political advantage, on the letter 169.50
Yet both approaches are neces one hand and the willingness to 1& tT 24. Engineer's
sary.Although they rarely are combined investigate, report and read carefully shelter
we believe that they can be and responsibly, on the other IS It 25. Seraglio
and ought to be as far as reason Without prejudice either to a pub IT--- II t1to : room FREE INSTALLATION
ably possible. Up to the present lic official's reputation or to dili ; 26. Eminent
writing most of those concernedseem gence in getting at the facts, the // 'r'r/. II Alt I 31.27. Naboor Enigma FREE 100 LBS. of SALT

fortunately to have been try latter course can be urgently com- U tc ,IF u 32. Spinning
ing to do just this. mended. webs FREE WATER ANALYSIS
A typical supporter of President There is one conclusion that can I' J' JJJ / itJf 34. Cask

Johnson would want to emphasize be drawn now. J. slr < 33. Haw, shrub Limited Quantity........
restraint. A typical opponent would The astounding fact Is that Baker 39. Charles
want to emphasize full disclosure. M JI .0 45u Lamb
was able to accumulate large sums
At first impulse most any uncommitted of money right under the noses of 4s f.! 41.40. Cattle Story LECO WATER

citizen who is concerned the leaders of the Senate and that 42. Kind of CONDITIONING CO. Inc.
with high standards of conduct in he was not stopped by them. I''" 4. tenon ,

public office might think that political The investigation should follow 4sf SI 4J.Ato,. jh, 214 ANDERSON AVE. Fr. M\'IRS ED .m2
controversy should be sus wherever the facts lead. : mentor 441 TENTH STREET NO. NAPLES
M..de..,.es 44, Roland's MI 1.3351
-Christian Science Monitor ,For hiss 23 min destroyer .

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Castro Visited Friday January 31, 1964 .
Ranger 6
Mill Radio budgets,
Let's Ban All and bring

Gardeningin / 4; J : Normal CourseTo Havana ReportsMIAMI he
(AP) Cuban Prime Military re
Minister Fidel Castro, whose Delegate

Floridat $ Hit TargetPASADENA death has In been the exile persistently colony, hasvislt.d rumored U.S. Suggests would

a Cuban sugar cane mill, By MICHAEL air
Havana Radio reported today.
GENEVA AP) The missiles
Calif. (AP) A broadcast heard here said
By HERVEY SIIARPE Space scientists reaimed the Castro and President Osvaldo ed states called on the develop.
Union today to Join in vehicles
Agricultural Extension Service off course camera carrying Oortlcos witnessed first tests of
all development of and they
Ranger 6 by remote control Soviet-made cane cutting and
rockets and other means of constant
early today and later said "we machines In
lifting a Havana
Superstitious gardeners be. Covering the seeded livening nuclear arm.
area with
probably will hit U-e moon"Dr. province mill The visit
lIeve that plant names are omensof burlap will aid In holding In soil director sugar U.s. Delegate William agree to
Pickering apparently made
was Thursdaybut
the future. As examples moisture Foster explained the
plant. until the seedlings -
of Jet propulsion Laboratory the broadcast did not
Ing a Date Palm lead proposal at the 17-natlon to ensure
may to push through the soil. Be sure the
which Is controlling Rumors about Castro's health
setting a Bridal Wreath. This to remove the burlap at this time. armament conference. It Is the sys
said "the mldcourse correction
would force marriage upon the flight were fanned by an apparent of several suggestions out of
gardener.Soon LAWNSHomeowners seemed normal chain telephone campaign Johnson made when the would
the gardener would find with established "Everthing continues to look Some exiles said relatives tele ence resumed Jan. 21. by a
that Ms Mourning Bride very good," said Pickering "On phoned from Havana saying"Brother" Foster said freeze of
would lawns can aid their grass to be. radioed a same
the basis of Information
code name forCastro
lovelier if there were a clear weapons carrier i
Baby'sBreath come sprlng.green again withan '
back by the spacecraft I can
sun died In Marlaneo hospital near
planted nearby. The next application of about Impounds be an accomplishment far
will hit that a
that probably
say ha .
ornamental on the planting sche. of 6.6.6 fertilizer per 1,000 the moon." van a.Such yond any generally
dule would look, of course to bea square feet of turf. Signals pointing the spacecraftdead reports have circulated measure In significance of the
Bottlebrush. Remember that too much plant center at the moon and frequently one that could be achieved southern
Continuing this progressive food Is as bad as plant star. igniting Its small booster rocket reasonable period of time" week of
6 would coast through
line of superstition could produce vatlon. So, don't add extra fertilizer Ranger It would also permit a
.. were 10lOOOmUeucroSlspace space until early Sunday. ,
unique landscape
a program. ButIt especially nitrogen
at 12t30 a.m., almost 17 About 8S hours after launch,
may limit the number flowers "Just for good measure". r
hours after the launching at
the spacecraft will be ordered
In your garden this spring. It's Important to fertilize rye Cape Fla. ton
Kennedy train Its television cameras
A number of annuals can be grass now for a continued green At I a.m., officials announcedthat the moon's surface. In the final
planted now. These Include aster, carpet. To eradicate the winter the signals had been re 10 minutes before Impact, th I
balsam, blue lace.nowers.celo. lawn cover, mow the sod very ROBERT J. WINE aviation structural mechanic first ceived by the spacecraft and six cameras will begin snappini (
sla, chrysanthemum, cosmos, close, but If you want to pro that the So.pound.thrust booster 3X(
of about
at the rate
flossflower, marigold, morning long the use of ryegrass set the class USN, son of Mrs Marjorie N Tasetano of Marco, rocket had Ignited.

glory, nasturtium moss, mower cutters higher Fla., was selected as "Petty Officer of the Month" at Plans called for this to Increase a Laboratory minute. officials said the r)r

strawflower, sunflower wish. the Naval Air Station, Corpus Christl, Tex The selection the spacecraft's 4343. hope to release some of th rI
flower and
bone zinnia. GLADE
made the basis of technical an.hourspeed by 92 m.p.h. photographs within 14 hours. ......,
bulb was on knowledge,
To get a quicker display of Begin a gladiolus plant. and thus pull the trajectory toward .
outdoor flowers, start annual Ing schedule now for a supplyof leadership, and outstanding performance of duty. the center of the moon. -- ---- ---

seedlings early In a flat made the tall stemmed flowers Prior to the maneuver, Rang
from a shallow box filled with the summer. For a
6 that would
er was on a course
rich humus soil. Place the flat continuous supply, make plant. Increaset have missed the moon by 600 Special
In a window that gets plenty of Ings about every three weeks. Cost Of livingUnpredicted miles

light. A southern exposure away About five weeks after the Ranger 6 carried sixtelevision
from chilly winds Is a good loca flower spikes bloom, the bulbs cameras designed to snap up to
tion. are ready to dig. Loosen them 3,000 closeup pictures of the
A t This Time
with a spade and pull up by the moon In the final 10 minutes of This Friday & !
PEAT POTS top. Next, clip off the top closeto Its flight
Buying seedlings growing In the bulb, dust with DDT and By SAM DAWSONAP prices varying with the seasons These would be the closest pictures .
peat pots Is a popular way to store in a well ventilated, warm Business News Analyst and with the violence or bane yet taken of the moon's
get an early burst of flowers. place until the old bulbs can be NEW YORK (AP-The cost volence of the weather. They surface. The Soviet Lunik 3 pho OF
These organic pots are ideal for broken off easily. of living isn't following the rules also have become used to services tographed the back side of the
the amateur.No Clean the bulbs about two weeks this winter. It has risen to a rising steadily in recent moon In 1659, but from an altitude
planting skill is required.You after digging. Press the base of new high\ at a time when It years. of 4,000 miles.
merely place the pot con. the new bulbs In Spergon or wasn't supposed to, on the basis What's worrying them now is Renaments And I
taming the In Arasan dust and sprinkle with Earthbound telescopes have
plant the flower of past average behavior. rites of basic goods
bed. Presto, the annual Is alive 3 to 5 percent DDT dust. This And rising prices In some will star rising again after a been unable to see even objects
and growing without the shock of will control thrlps University basic materials pose a further period of near stability. Most as large as aircraft carriers on
transplanting.Plant of Florida horticulturists say. worry along the same line. A such goods are in adequate the moon pictures taken byRaneer's At And Below !
In th.laaUew
annuals that have large For additional information on chance of any drop in the Indexis supply, and most producershave cameras
seed and those that are hard to gladiolus secure Agricultural even more unlikely than, plenty of capacity-some seconds before Impact should
transplant directly In the bed Extension Service Circular 188 usual. of it Idle-to turn out morei distinguish objects as small as a

where they are to bloom. Sow the from your county or home Consumers haven't i goods if demand requires. All card table. .Naples Moor .
seed thinly In shallow trenches. demonstration agent. Ask for happy about any of this. And> this helps hold prices down on Such fine detail would give ,
Cover the seeds lightly and sprinkle "Gladiolus For The Home Gar. now the statisticians are a bit a competitive basis scientists a better Idea of the
with a damplng-off control. dener". perturbed, although putting 1 But If economic growth takesi lunar surface where American 17 Yean of .

_._ most of the blame on th i off at the rate some predict thei astronauts may land by the end 880 Sixth Avenue $o.
weather. They still hold to th i excess capacity can disappear. of this decade.Laboratory ,
belief that the rise In the cost; Demand then could rise faster officials said -
JSonita of living will continue to be| than supply. It has happened -- .
I. Jt/ewsfrom gradual rather than picking up, before In periods of increasing
much steam and causing i prosperity.
By RAE WEAR marked flurry of inflation Right now many people are
In some lines, workers bavebeen I helped by higher incomes.
helped in meeting higher These come from longer work
The Annual Member Birthday route to Sarasota to establish living costs by a rise in their weeks and higher hourly earn GENERAL I$ 25161'Y
Dinner of the Bonita SpringsWomen's their home and his business. take-home pay. And Congress la ings, from increased interest jjt

Club Inc. with Mrs. GOP CLUB MEETS talking about increasing the I paid on savings, from larger ,

Edythe .>; JcLaughlln, Miss The Women's Republican take home pay for countless dividend payments, from. ,tI.high." I' rnl
others x
by passing federal tax
a : scales.
CIuJf wage
VlrglniMMdle ton' and Miss BonttKSprltgstreacc
cut bill Jy? the end of next But for most folk the long
Hazel Drew as the committeeIn Ivated and now called The Re- month.
battle between the pay check
charge, announce arrange. publican Club of Bonita Springs, What pushed the cost of llv. and the cost of living hasn't WHITE !
ments have been made to con from now on will Include men ing to a new high in Decemberof been licked yet.Thomas .
vene at the local SPA at 6 as well as women. Mrs. 107.6 per cent of the 1957.59

p.m., Tuesday February 11. AU Avonelle Is acting president. base period was largely the M. Owens
reservations must be In the Their next meeting Is at the damage to winter crops by unusual .

hands of the committee by next Community Hall on Monday, freezes In the South the Ends Information .
24. Bureau of Labor Statistics re. = ,
Tuesday, February 4. February "
But also from
ports. rising the
Guests at the meeting this The local group last Tuesday
November figures were housing Counseling: Course
week were Mesdames A. played host to their mem- and 0
personal care reading
<\ Shoemaker, B. Barber, Irma bership and. guests at a covered and recreation. Thomas M. Owens aviation
Cox, C. Dangler and D. Daegy dish supper In the Com- Only twice before In the last structural of mechanic first class, _-: -. _
who Introduced and welcomed munity Hall, which Included 10 years had the December Index USN, son Mr. and Mrs. JohnP.
Owens of Immokalee recently
; as well as Pauline Pallokowskl more than one hundred Prin- topped the November completed a course in career
who returned after an absence. cipal speaker was the Hon. figure. And the January Index Information counseling at the Naval slssseusi II.Ik.
who Paul Meyers, mayor of Fort Is expected to stay around the e
were Introduced and welcomed Air Station, Quonset Point, .,
record high.Biggest ?
Myers, who spoke on 'Better
as well as Pauline Pallo R. L .
kowskl who returned after 'an Government". Other guests Increases Novemberand year He was trained to be a Career ,".
absence. who spoke briefly were Harry came in June, July Information Counselor. The cur .. rMmM
December. The yearend
riculum included studies in the .
Lee -
Schooley County tax assessor Ii
made"up with
The budget committee figure of 107.6 compared enlisted rotation system enlisted
and Commissioner
in 1962. Every .
of Mrs. Armenia Reilly GeracC 105.9 December education and advancement, officer .
P.A. of the index had '
and component
l Mrs. CarolineMetzger and enlisted school progress, : '
Miss Peggy Poehner reportedon Mallory Home risen during the the year biggest, with survivors' benefits, and retire.
services showing
the 1964 budget.Announcement ment benefits.It .

: was made by Is Not RunningFor gains.Consumers are used to food Pays To Advert! .
the treasurer that checking
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funds and safe deposit box had Re-Election q'

been transferred to the local TALLAHASSEE (AP8touse MR. & MRS. VOTERAre j .

depository. Speaker Mallory Home an. If \
"Happy Birthday" was sungto nounced today that he would not (
Mrs. Jo Bender.Announcement seek re-election as Leon County
one of the hundreds of
you many persons
was made that representative, saying he was
the first of a series of des "leaving the arena of politics that mutt cross the Tamtam) Trail several time.

sert card parties would be heldIn and government." etch ? ? ? If for and
the One of the county's two House day you art, vote elect:
club house at 1:30 p.m.
seats was abolished In the leg. DAfMY
Wednesday, February 12, when islative apportionment plan. / (Similar Te nio.trt.lloo)
table and door prizes and refreshments Horne announced on the floor a i /

will be available fora year ago that he would supportthe Copt. K. G. Penny Model J299
donation of 60( plan although It would cost GENERAL E LEe I
e fig ovrn merry
The evening's hostesses were him the post he has held 10 3 i.rgefamlyme.le prrparee

Mesdames Kastendlck, Lena years."Rather. Ii e Fa u.ld .brit brollq gives VOLUMATIC I
Vining and Helen JezlorsW,and than sit Idly by and To help YOU make the crossing:, 3 rhe.oel'f)1'II brulling
their door prize was awarded watch a three.Judge federal trl. e Puifibutlom give exact 'brat
to Mrs. Esther while bunal! decide how our state Leg. QUICKER SAFER and I dPalndaC.h.
f ... .
stature should be apportioned, r t flimrlM* rarfaee mil FI LYE R -
their game prizes went to Mesdames to a formula which cook quirk cool
I agreed I
f Frances Rose, Mabel held More CONVENIENT
abolished the seat now by
: Blankenbaker, Metzger, Fred- me," he said. WASHER
: erick. Lula LaunGertrudeDe- $13888
f, Spelder Lavlna Bell and
Barber. Arthritis Medical Supervision Only

VISITS GRANDPARENTS Bursitis Shert.... Diathermy

Richard C. Graham Jr. son Neuritis Ultra Sound WITH TRADE Extra large clotiH capacity 11t( Ida.)

V of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Overweight Hot Packs niter.11o .y.lMi* for all waterI
Graham Sr. of Whitejboro. Nudge ,i ee iaaat.
ScIatica Traction I"'>r4,, ,...... Miter cater, we whcycbw
N.Y., and a senior at Utica
College, N.Y., where he Is majoring j Mrdco Scuil.for Immediate Delivery caolce of wash, rliiM temperfart. -
in Science and Chemis-
., 0 E: whtti-n warranty..
:; try, has been spending several
days wlthhisgrandparerasMr. Free Parking

and Mrs. Charles Murray on $
: Michigan Street. This Is his D 199With

fifth season here and is thor- I s Convenient Terms
oughly attracted to the fishIng at

and is Just insisting that Trade

Grandpa go, even though' the
weather has been on the cool 10 mile

aide. He leaves Page Field Your Health Resort North on 41) YOUR GENERAL .; ELECTRIC DE

for home Tuesday, the 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blbbee

and family on the Trail have Complete -
had as their guests her youngest INGRAM'S

sister and family, Mr. and Vibra Mineral Springs Bath
Mrs. Ronald Grimes and daughter

Gay line, from London Ky. Sauna Steam Room $7.50 734 5th AVE. SO. MI
This is their first visit to Scientific Massage ,

Bonita Springs. They are en
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All County Teams in Action .Hole-In-wall
Another Medal
.. ...' .,' Reds Win

Naples Orlando Clash For Ladies'PR'To Vie At Winter Olvmoic Games

TrophyThursday . . .
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February 6, the lady INNSBRUCK, Austria CAP) ground on Holland's SJoukJe
Hoop Slate golfers at the Hole.ln.the.Wall The Soviet Union's fantastic:: Dljkstra in the women's figure

Tops Tonight course, will play the first round PORTS Lidia Skoblikova completed i L skating

.I of a 36-hole\ tourney for the gold medal double by winning; The only encouraging develop.

except the Gators tor Port Royal trophy Winners,first the women's 1,500.meter speed I ment tor Uncle Sam; saw Peggy

All three county basketball son Is willing to have his squad do opponent a 94 mark. place and a runner-up, will be . . . . . . . . skating event in record time t today >, Fleming, the 15.year.old U.S.

teams swing Into action tonight, It again. Butch Hughes has scored 303 declared on a low net score while a pair of darkhorse, women's figure skating champl.

with the Naples-Orlando Evans Everglades basis. Britons stole the thunder from i on from Pasadena, Calif., rise
plays at home
for 17 average
a point game
points -
clash here the most Important Saturday, meeting Fort Myers to lead the Gators.Guard Charlie The final round In the tourney 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, January 31. 1964 Italy's favored bobsledders In, from eighth to sixth on the third

contest Junior High's Ripples. The Ga Goff has 22J for a U.polnt aver. will be played Friday, February the ninth Winter Olympic i: of five compulsory figures

Evans has lost only one game to tors defeated the Ripples earlyIn age. Hughes, Jack Davis and 7 a spokesman announced. Com' ** *** * *,* ** Games. U she can hold her own In Uuft

15, and has chalked up 12 straight the season, 57.29. Everglades David Barton lead the team In petition for the Port Royal Trophy Anthony Nash and Robin Don *, final two figures, she becomes

"Ictories. Needless to say, a victory currently has 13.3 record,while rebounds.On will be for the 18.hole group.A I. daredevils from the British i a definite medal threat

by the Improving Eagles of the Ripples have beaten every Saturday night Naples playsat new trophy, call the "Jane GAMED Isles, shot their sled down the i The U.S. bobsled teams were

Coach Andy Lorenttson would be Kentucky Military In Venice, Grant Trophy" has been pre. Icy Igls chute In two record I fifth and sixth at the halfway

of statewide significance. Evans and Immokalee is idle. sented and will go to the winner runs and bolted ahead of Italy's i point of the bobsled races, but
is ranked fifth In the stateVTheEa.gles competing In the nlne.hole group. By favored Sergio zardlnl and I there appeared little hope of

have won four out of their Golfers 'Hot'At awF k A low net IB-hole score, playedon vldL1on TIME world champion Eugenio Mon tia. [I their overtaking the leaders.

last five starts for a 5.5 re two consecutive Ladles' Day L after the first two of four tw ., The sled driven by Charles

cord. Beach ClubTwo outing, will determine the winnerfor ...... man bobsled runs. McDonald, Malone, N.Y., elec
Tipoff time tonight at the Naples this new trophy. There will Sports Illustrated- in Us last tsa.. and beams hide the view of the The final two runs are sched., trlcal contractor, and braked by

gym Is 8 p.m. Early.comers persons turned In except. be a prize also for the runner''ue featured UieUnlversltyofMlohlgan court from many spectators tiled Saturday, with the cham., Charles pandolph, Saranac Lake
can watch a good show at 6:30 Tonal golfing feats at the Beach In the nine-hole the N.Y.. restauranteur was fifth.
up group.In basketball team with Itsl 1 14.1 Some fans freeze while watchingt plonshlp to be decided on i ,
between Naples Junior High'sfreshmen Club course yesterday, Pro Paul yesterday's play winners 1 In sixth place cam the sled of
record and Its home court, Yos games from upper rows becauset total times of the four
and the Bishop Verot Bell reported. were chosen on a low net basis/. Field House. "Comical Old Yos of cold drafts seeping through It was another bleak day for> lumberman Larry McKUlip and

Vikings of Fort Myers. This Tom Abbott of Naples ex. and low putts. In Class A, 1 low', Field House, the article said. the big field house windows. the inedalless Americans. salesman James Lamy, both of
should be an evenly.matched con. perlenced a golfing thrill when net honors went to Mrs. George 1 I Saranac Lake.
"Rickety old Yost Fiel<1 The press box is literally Just The Yanks failed to make s L
test.Immokalee's he holed out his second shot Nm Snyder, and second to Mrs. W,, House" or "Drafty old Yost Flel<1 a shelf, a crow's nest far ups serious challenge in the bobsled I: There was a moment of alarm

Indians return to on the ninth hole, a 360-yard 'nFR : :i W. Corkran. Mrs. Richard Clem House," other writers haY! in the rafters. It has just about competition, couldn't pick up i. In the American camp when

the court after a two-week layoff par four, for an eagle. (y son was low In putts and Mrs.described It. From my ex. enough space for reporters to Janice Smith, 18.year.old Rochester
because of three open dates fall. Abbott's drive carried 220 Frank Ross and Mrs. W.F. Kre schoolgirl dived
perlences of seeing dozens o:f ease into seats and exhale with. Yankee RookiesTo
ing In succession. The Indiansof yards, and Ms seven.ron! second bill finished In a tie for second. games In that building, I wouli i out falling over the edge and down Into a snow bank after finish

Coach Frank Pelham are at. shot headed right into the cup. Class B, low net winners were' say Yost is less comical thai i into the crowd. School Camp At log her race In 1, oo.meter
home, playing an Important Everglades Dr. Frank Blgsby of Lake Forest Mrs. Ralph Carlson, first; and'lit Is depressing. It Is structurally speed skating.She .

Conference contest a- Ill., managed a par five Mrs. Orvllle Forte,second Mrs. sound, but It looks ticket y] BATS, NO LESS Hollywood Feb. 17 was carried to the dress.
gainst favored Moore Haven. 1m. on the eighth hole despite take Paul Williams won the putting'because It Is old. More than Michigan basket. log room on a stretcher where
mokalee has a W record. ing a penalty stroke for an un. honors. It one NEW YORK (AP) -The New later It was found she was notInjured.
-"Ir, was built In 1923 as th> ball game has been Interrupted
Everglades' Gators hope to rebound playable lie. His second shot York Yankees' rookie instructional
Class C, winners were Mrs .
first college field house in the s by bats drifting out of the rafters
from their Tuesday loss landed In tree 50 'FLYING FINH'- camp will open Monday,
a shortof
yards Harold Bend, first, and Mrs.>nation. Then other colleges bull t and fluttering about the court. Janice finished 24th In the'
to Naples by defeating the tough the green, and lodged In the PIIYO Nurmi,thlllr..t distance C. R. Pearson, second, In low''theirs' benefiting from tie mistakes / .. Very unnerving to visiting Feb. 11 at their new Hollywood, field of 30 with a time of 2 min

Miami High Jayvees In Miami branches.The runner of the 1920s, la shown In net scoring, with Mrs. O. ROt' Michigan made when It bull t players. Sparrows also have Fla., minor league farm base, utes, 37.8 seconds Judith Mor-

tonight. The Gators won two high- Illinois golfer salvaged New York after arrival In tha berts first in putting."Stop" Yost. nests on the underside of thee the club announced Thursday. stein of Butte, Mont., made the
scoring affairs last year from his by getting down In two Veteran pitchers Bud Daley
par U,S. to aceeplsportawards. He The walls are dingy and th high-pitched roof, but they pretty best showing, finishing 15th In
this team, and Coach Phil Lar. after taking his penalty stroke. Signs Mean STOP and BUI Stafford are among the 2:33.3. Marie Lawler of Minneapolis .
won seven Olympic gold madala. 8,000 seats are urn comfort able,, well keep to themselves, as far 49 players invited Most of the
--- -- 19th In 2j34.9.
I tell. They entertain was
-as can players are minor league farmhands
daytime visitors to the big build. Mrs. Skoblikova, blonde, 24..

Ing with their chirping. year-old Siberian schoolteacher,

Yost Field House has been Phil skated the metric mile 120
yl Mt 'Beat Day'Set less than mile in 2
ak 931 tolerated all these years becausenot yards a -
r' very many people saw occa. minutes, 22.6 seconds, taking almost

lion to visit It and observe Michi By LadiesOf three seconds off the old

gan's year in, year out losing mark set In the Games at Squaw

basketball teams. Now that the Valley, Calif., four years ago.

I school has a winner on the court, Big CypressThe She previously had won the

there Is pressure to build a new 500 In 45 flat, also an Olympic
lady golfers at Big Cypress <, record.
arena. Golf and Country ClutwW > The gold medal was the third
the building
But whenever new .'
stage a "Beat Phil Day" picked up In three days by the
is it will not match
put up,
next Thursday February .s Ir'
the peculiar charm and tradition powerful Russian squad, which
their regular weekly golf out.,
ivy-draped old also has one silver and three
of musty, fading,
Yost Field House If you ever are bronze medals. No other coun.
n Club Pro Phil Darbyshlre will'
try has more than two medals
in Ann Arbor, stop by and see
: this relic. tee off with Mrs Coleman Boyd,i The British sledders, Nash
.Ai Mrs. Ted Reeves andMraFran' and Dixon, plummetted down

Unkeless and establish a score> the l,640.yard bobsled run in 1
I 4 Some Big games to beat for the day. The lads e!I minute 5.53 seconds on their
flh.frqLLAI ) Zoned to the highest residential'. are being played on Tuesday ,
S this season as an expertment. competing In the tourney will 1 first try and followed this witha

Biq. / &G't'/ code of Collier County nights scheduled. That conference Its roundball alwayshas con. play Thursday with full, handicaps.February 13, lh 2:10.63.dazzling 1:05.10 clocking fore

w I ladles at BCGC will stage a This left the highly rated
Is Just Right For Florida Living test on Saturdays and Monday
"guest day, a spokesman an.
.a (1. ... IM..I In obvious effort to Italians gaping.
...., .. night, an nounced. Each member will be I
unu. u.I"'t\.JLU.r and near to everything you desire. disrupt classroom life as little Italy's No. 2 sled of Zardlnl
entitled to and'
possible during the week. bring a guest, and Romano Bonagura was sec.
as no green fees will be chargedthe I
Coaches defend the Tuesday land with runs of 1:05.15 and

experiment claiming their visitor. 1:05.13 for 2:10.76: and then
I ; : night Members asked to
are signup
\ will be "better prepared"than !I came the fabulous mountain
at the clubhouse or .call MI2.' man Eugenio Monti winner of
they would be for Monday ,
i\ 6692 for luncheon reservations 1 eight world championships with
\ !games As a rule, the better the ,
1 I' '> r. .J ..: ; college athletes are prepared and pairings for the tournament 1:05.94 and 1:04.90 tor 10.S4..'

If C ." ,. "61u, '''''" tiv J, ,,' >j ".,. '11 ok ,inrhlJ' ,lua'i' ,; 1 ti, 'of" vn1UAAn, 0: vlgga" 'lunJ:'i' bha' ,,;' 9161 I Va A.mb. .i. .bras. k .. art for they their are"athletic prepared'tasks,for the class.poorer ment Yesterday's was won"ladles by Mrs.'uWarrenSackman day.tonrn-a.1. 'by McDonald,:',registered V. a t W:1:05.87 ftlcted I II

In Class A.Mrs.WDUamDUkes 1 I and 1:05.85 for 2:11.82 and fifth
room duties The Tuesday expert ,
ment should be abandoned. copped honors In Class Band 6, place. The No. 2 sled, with Me

r Distinctively New Concept of Modern Country Club Living -' In Class Mrs.C.A.H.Schneider was first; Killip at the controls, did 1:06.17

Whither the recreation center and 1:06.34 tor 2:12.51,

project? Every time one dilemmaIs

overcome, another one arises. Following The Dogs At Bonitanight

As a result, the foundation block ,
has yet to be laid for a recreation
Tonight, at the BonlU Spring'sDog It will be Neptune's Raider

building. Trick, nnothrr one of Jullirni (dying to join his kennel mate'
Voters approved the$2,000,000bond
'' 'ei r" '' r. 'dc.N Issue last March 28, 10 Ciobk! /pun trio to complete In the magic circle with a win
e r t lhi 1'1'1.' of wins !'Itlid..n In the featured Jnulo( A tenth
e0e months ago. Included was$60,000
through: Gruel A His young bl:ukfilit 1'mi*.
(three per cent of $2,000,000)
I, to build a recreation center. ; Rocky) Mink, "ompldid the ENTRIES
Tuesday night shr outrun
.vtlc ) its
The building was designed,and such old 11Ilar! How rift G,._* D i/ti
City Council suggested alterations ones .u.*y Rrvonua' I Pamln I.2i
)Helen Choir( mdShlilece <>.....
/yea, 1 r K 4 in the floor plan, so it was Bitty Fiery ( s."atnr Undy I I Bis. Arkla 72
despite Interference To- run' 10
designed. Council advertisedfor gn,ty V.H 1 Ino',nt Bud I

bids on the plans It approved .2 l. ond Grade D l/ll
f b M b N N 11 N M N et and the bids came In substantially RESULTS Swift' E.II.d" Volume I
3?d I Maryt Trio 7
Y higher than $60,000. Firm' T Ill4t Cehotd 10
Qulr. IU M Soma Clued I6antaa
d/ g N e ., U b U tl N N N N ,/ Council is hestitant to put upa Margo, Gut. (4) 7,to JM Lao N'ml U Dent Quit I

I t1 ,. e '."'6 'r building that will cost more Ca N p..Havoc y M.rtouit(6) III 370 J 1 40 40 : Third' G,.,. M l/ll
N N w u n ccw lianas f than that, so it appears that die" Track I M>{,. Flare 10
r N n t.cond. T-11:41 Quln, '"..20H..t. 5BC Hud I
the building will have to go backto .. Mttal (I) 7 20 I M 2 60 eocZr Jo. I Milam Sue I
the drawing board again. Sandy Bar (n 4 40 1 20 Foam Ring I Ed Munt.rd
Laredo Mrs, Mar (J) 2.40
Possible sources are availableto mirth G,... I l/ll
provide the $12,000 to $15,000 Dally Double (41)( lit 00 Moor MOIl 1 JOlln"y'. l.bY'' II

difference between $60,000 'and Third" ; T-Jl:N Quln'; $1100 Nept'RunyonaB Fury...y'l Lucky R.cov.rd to Live 1 I
the low construction bid. There Nocatchia (3)) I 40 4 20 2 60 OWly 'p...,. I Tiny Ruby' 4
Loot '"VO'C. (I) 10 20 4 60
Is a legal question whether Coun. J. W'. All 151) 1.40Fourth rifts Orada D l/ll
cil should use any of these other 8..dml Lee 4 Wnnick. I
funds which add to T-12:00 Quln' Ml.M .",''hl. 12 110"". Son I
up $191,000, Mostly Sunny (5)) II 20 120 I 40 Never Ever 1 Wallviaw, II
to help cover the recreation build. Bitty, Ma beautiful Country Club b already built, and in pU Ing's estimated cost. And there Mob.I. Jet ((1)) ; 40 Grade T

especially designed for the area of pines and cypress Is where we stand as of now. Fifth T-11:77 Quln $24.00 Cool. like 1 Naarlaa I/I II
N.pt' Honay Baa ((4i 22 00 100 IOC Laa4..Uho I Jenny lyn 72
A Individual lockers, showers and a Pro Shop which can TREE FOP DEER .old Vintn (11 120 140 B yl.Hyde | 'Ky John I
"R Kanaai Jarry ((6)) 360 -. I Kit Away II
.t supply you with electric or pull cam, await your ROSFNDALE, Mo. (AP) wnth
hunters bows tilth T-It:tZ Quin $14.M Grad C 1/11
.,- a. pleasure. The championship golf course: is 6,690 yards Three deer using Broadway Junior, (1/i J10 160 210 Ke6 K,, II Call... D.
and arrows went out on a limb to Myttary V.t ((3.. I 40 410 O'ryetac Cat.wba M. a
i" long. A small restaurant in the Club House serves light get their bucks. Thrilling Gal, (I) (40 F"' ''''a Red 6 C".n Angl 10
DaD. 10 .
meals and snacks. There is also a delightful bar overlooking James Puggan, William Sampler S.v.nth T-11:U 0"'". $12.20 Eello' S
I and Larry Pittman. all of Mar Stntdict (4) 11/0 4 ?0 t M J'l: Grid. C '/'/
,,, : the lushly landscaped tees and fairways of the 8'1' Klu' (II 100 1 10 ", 1 Granda". Hatvy I
.,' ; Rosendale, hit the woods at IIa.m. a,., Way ((1) 7 40Ellhth Mir HOW Ban I W'pn, | T..,. '.2
course. A country: club type swimming pool is being Duggan saw a tree he liked, Damta 7 2 Sallied II
'T-11:17 0..'', $52.00 Earl' Stona I Alwaya R'l.n.. |
added to this ultra modem recreation center. shinnied up it and an hour later Bowl 1u( II tO 720 10
one of his arrows dropped a Molly Dolly (41) 7.20 4 40 Ninlh G,.... B |/MDl"
Alata (ell| 140 M.y I N'I." 12 Rudy Ann ,
Designed for the golfer Big Cypress Coif and Country Club buck. 1 Ilack" Ro.Y'' 4
e Sampler cllmhed the tree, Ninth T-11:47 Quln $44.MNyey A "" y* "v' Portman II
Estates will offer over 300 homesites and a limited amountis perched on a limb and three (5)) 110 I 40 I 00 Sound! Sr.k.r I Cant Tank .J
Rubicon (tit ICO 420
being placed on the market this season. Roads are paved hours later twanged an arrow Ca.y't Army M"r 16)( 010 Tanlh Grade A l/ll
excellent water has been piped to your lot line homes are into another buck. Inowit Gambia' Bay' I Ma.alia. IJ
Tanth T-II:U Quln 15140AI -.Son' Mar |.
about to be built homesites are available. Secure your Pittman trusting! to luck and ,', Chi*' 161 7 40 I 00 110 Choir '.i .... J.anl. D..
homesite NOW, to the tree followed suit. tie C"1, lioo 440 'hat' Raider I Smrt.ca ,.|
Cotton Witch.r (1) 300
/ too nailed his deer. il."nifc Grade T 1M //

Golf and Club Estates They have carefully marked Broadway Elavanlti Tiny T-1(1.*. 71 2740 Qua 1240. 14410* 40 A;..bJnr" J 1"c Gaylord.::. 'S'
Big Cypress Country the tree and aren't telling where MI Lau i3) 100 3 60art. J Onn Nock I Count On 4
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Friday, January 31, 164 'I 'slff

Johnson Asks

Doubled Pay )

For Overtime ff

DAilY DEADLINE 10 A.M. DayPiorPubCOtOI Midway WASHINGTON ifi President

\USE j THE CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY DEADLINE 10 A.M. Friday Johnson asked COli;' ,, yesterdayto .

permit the government to requite -

n nitwL double for overtime In
-II. J.V' pity
1 1i
seleited industries at a weapson

to cwntmt unemployment '
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Announcements 21-Lost & FoundLOST 49-Housos For Befit l 57-Houses For SaW' ilia Idea II that higher overtime I 9 5''r

pIty niliht\ enoouraje employer' to

STUDIO GIRL COSMETIC SELL or RENT 1 boroom I I bedroom CBS Horn on L.u. l hire more workers lather than
For Studio Girl cosmetics cill STRAYED or Stolen: bath Ml 10th St, No.. Cart completely furnished, A.I con
MI I MM Ord. now one fray French Poodle answer Andersen ot Midway 21011 d,tlon all for SI 451 Will aulcn their present force to work
to h4me of "Pierre'. take in Trailer on Trade 1324 overtime. Under, the current time-
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON REWARD If returned to K. R. 2 bedroom House. furnished/ Sperling Court la back Trail ,, '
1121 E. Tmlml TrIll Smith NO 13th St.. No.. N*. Call Midway I.3191 oftr 1Jf:; Tarrac. to Stonecrcft then And-* half floor employers often ,
Midway Z.15723Bo.tsMotors pie*. Fla PM. turn right. second house on left find it cheaper to pay overtime '

Furnished 2 bedroom I both Owner, than to p'y the fringe benefit ; __ v. %' ,, ,
22-Mu.lcal! Instruments living room 4 kitchen; locatedon ,
Accet. waterway. for Rental, monthly such as pensions and InsuranceInvolved 3
or by yr: adults only Call 58-lots For Sale.AIIQAI In adding workmen -w \

30 ft. Chris Craft I.. PIANO Midway I.H85
HWo..t A letter to Johnson by Secretaryof
Chrysler ill .. radio' depth ) bedroom Home For Rent
..,,,..*,. snifur, auto pilot" prttura In Broobside. Villas Illl Pr Labor W UillardMrU nude tE
Lots Gall Her.bor
wattr systm Beautiful month on !I..... Call Midway .t '
monal spinet yar the White Howe said '
leid. to the Gulf. public by : ,
tank. shift end struts I 6230 er 2 4029 iiv r
'over 13 million, people regularly :. (
alactrle winch full canvat Piano in SEASONALLovely II,000 Each all Cash ,,
all foam rubtaar bunk 3 (alt con- 2 bedroom 2 bath Homo work more than 40 hours s weekat
of whls' -*udbury tilt w.,,, of 2 Phone 2.37.14Choic ;i '
on pond side North Lake only Midway .
finest dition. Greatly the same time 4 million work p. ku
vrttam taa skIff In reduced ,
Drive. In most secluded spot Commercial Lot For ,, .
,!Naplat Call Midway 2 till I block from beech 2 blocks ers are Jot>ll'as. g6
in Sate on the T.I. Must sell I. I
For ..Ie: 21 ft. D.....,. bu,It price, from. Beach Club. and furnish.ed. 551115 E..t. Pricsd far below OterUma Hours
'o.t. 145 H p. "'.''.ht I. Fireplace and carpot. Call going prlC" Edna Foster. .0' .i
&T'r..k."Yh..d'rwr' : ,... terms can be ar Midway 1.1360 0' .4136.. ..,I. Beach, Phone WY 24121. Some 3 million hours of overtime
.,: Two bedroom I bath Horn,
worked but in
Kd'w.'y2T2,7rfc SO"*. Inc ranged. Write to with Florid room. carport PORT ROYAL Lot S 122 Qal. were year ii
Completely furnished within, leon Drlv. For 1.1. 0' Trad. manufacturing Industries theequlvllf'nt
Box 1737 distance to Beech 4 Write a. J. H"b,,'. ZSZO Post _
N walking 019 wl.Ume
YACHT BROKERAGE Na- Road Darien. C."n of .000 Jobs, _
Shopping for Season ,
Compute Naplat Lilt,ngs ples. or YeerTy. ...i.L: : Brownat GULF FRONTAGE ON ISLAND It was pointed out iiCONFRONTED: :

Fin. Inboard Boat From II DEWEY POLLY Really JUST NORTH OF MARCO AH. CIO President George
Bob Martin MI2.3757Brunk -3 1st Ava. N. 4 Tamiaml, Trail., LOT 100 X 140, EXTENDS -
.Sm"th Chris Craft Sales' 23-Mlsc. For Sale Midway' 2 435S {|.II, M FROM GULF TO WATERWAY Meany commented that Johnson
2 bedroom unfurnished watar S5000 E J. STAN, ST 'has/ quill correctly assessed the
U ft. ft 10" fibrglaa Boat GEORGE BROOK. of Hornet teammates took a 34-9 victory
front Horn. T.V. cable. 110 BY CLOSE guarding
with windshield problem overtime as a major
at top IS HP Kitchen Cupboards double Sink, LYN, N Y.Ecp'lOn.lly.
month Call WY 2 3151
Qal, outboard motor Only' Norga Apt sue Gas Stoveenhaust ; per er MI 2 5023 .v.nlngsI6JI daytime contributing factor to unemploy.ment. Ron Rose, John Johnson (with ball) Basketball games for boys 10.13 years
Midway 4042
able Midway Fan. all 2.3172 very. Reaion \ Snook Drive lovely new Royal Harbor Lot beautiful 23 Dolphin snoo ." lie said It "goes a long looks for a teammate he can pass off old are held each Wednesday after.

SPECIAL 2 bedroom 2 built wtrfrnt. Ct Watr 2 sides. sac walled. \\ay" toward the AflrdOs position
Ladies, Nw Wilson Irons 11 Home. new drprlt throughout tISOO P 0 Box 172 Bloom' It does not meet to. Other players move into position. noon under supervision of Ron Me-
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" Plus I w.df.s Call Midway central, heat 4 air condltionlng I. f,.Id Hills, M eh although
22141 oetension 225 Unfurnished |150 for Choic7"wtrfront organized labors demand that Johnson's team the Blues didn't have Cune of the Recreation Department
run about, twin 40 HP annual I lease Watkins; 4 Bar Lot for 1.1.l ,
Ceramic Gifts and SU by owner. Theron Ridge. Phone oveitlme start after 35 hours In NEWS )
Johnson motor with only Everything Reduced! Closing plies ka i, M3 5th Aye $o Midway 2.1121.59Acreage. week the ball often, and Rose and his Green ( photo
Furnished House For any
15 hr. since new 2 18 Business Hwy S 41 North Nepies 2 bedroom. reasonable. yearly
*t Palm River Johnson has opposed the :35-hour

raL gal tanks all control- available rent., city; Call water Midway T.V. 24009.cable week. contending' It would ''thaiply Marco Boosted

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail 26 Personal Viet Nam Korea Germany
2 bedoom- furnished House Naples High' Acres Ilk< mile \increase costs, Invite Inflation

er complete package with carport and screened from city. only' I five acre Impair our ability to compete and ,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS porch Quiet neighborhood S52S parcsl! r.m.inmg 10* % Down i
$1895. See at 1650 Murex Men Women with drinking for season CARIBBEAN 150 per month Philip N. Keyes. merely share Instead of creating By Story In

Drive, or call Bill Tucker problem Call MI 2 2770 M tings REALTY. 3750 No. Trail. Midway POT.. 1301 Naples' Midway employment"Drop
Tuesdays and Fridays I *0 2IIH* 2-2710 CauQht In Power Struggle
Midway 2-4295\ Excellent p m. Cottage First Baptist Exemptions 'Ford Times'

Buyt Church 50-Rooms For Rent 65-Gen. Real Estate The Presidents message to
Congress also called for removing Ever dream of swimming and UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. glmes were established. War

Business Opps. 33-S.rvlcei Offered Sleeping Room In Private APT FOR SALE as exemptions to the overtimeand fishing vacation on a beach sc (AP)-War, the threat of war broke out when North Korea In.

Home; Call Midway 2 5770 Co Op Apt overlooking' Gulf or to tile $1..an.hour minimum wild and lovely that It has the and acute political tensions have vaded South Korea on June 23,
Bay I or t bedroom lit baths,
COIN LAUNDRIESYour For an estimate of your Twin Bd; Privet Bath. 4 reasonabla. furnished 0' U'". wage! some 2 million workers A feel of the South Seas? plagued the divided nations of 1950

best profit oportunity I I. Painting-- needs phone Ml .Entrance. 242 7th Avo. '0. furnished; Shoreline Apts.from 1171 total of 28 million are now cover. Then you might try Florlda'i Viet Nam, Korea and Germany. Unification of Korea has been
Gulf Shore Blvd' .
with Philco' .Bandix comm.rci.lEquipm.nt. 2.4580, No job too Iatgc or ManoionHr .> cd. Marco Island, according to the All are powder kegs in the under debate at the United Nations
Full .
Ito''s replace.in.nt
,machn. 0' .ddtoon.1 too imall Clean! efficient 54-Trade or Sell II' Mentioned in the long, detailed February Issue of Ford Times world struggle between Communist for years. Western insist
m.chl... Get the Facts GetTh m.adll..Th.I&8Itlon Is made and non-Communist forces. ence upon free elections as a
Proc. Contact W. T. Sny.d.r service, Will Trade 24 In late model, message were 234000 restaurantand of condition for unification
war met
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S in an article authored by Petal They are heritages ,
write 5965 : So. table T.V. for small used CarIn food service workers, 190000
St. Pete; Phone :7.m1. cv.: good condition Fred Reiher. Barrett of New York, outdoor mirroring the division between with solid Communist opposi
GEORGE: VEIL, Painting LICENSE I: hotel employes SO.000 laundry.
,,,..... t
1261 Trail, Tarrace55SteretOffice. tion. Chances of
DURING YOUR "" workers 87,000 loggers, 1.2 million', editor for True magatlne. East and West. agreement re

1 Instruction SchoolsRapid Commercial and Bee BIRJHMOHJHr\\ transportation workers, 584.lEO Wanderer's luck brought me political unrest, Including main dim.Cermany.

Licensed and Insured employed In agricultural products to such a beach last summer on bloody coups, have flared In was divided Into

Reading Court begun' seasonal Industries Florida's Gulf Coast"he writes. South Korea and South VietNam tour occupation tones afterWorld
Fab 10th qualified, Instructor.enrottment 2761 Storter Ave., Urt,... space 12 X It ft. For PUBLIC NOTICE processing and "I'd turned off the busy Tamiaml where forces backed by War U governed by the
Rent servlct
limited Students Naples. Fit. 33940 at 145 per mo.. Coast and 86,000 gasoline station
call MI 2.1341 slIer I PM; Colony Bldg, _. 365 Sth Ave. So NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE ALE employes. Trail at Royal palm Hammock the West have been strugglingto United States, Britain France

Adutts sail 2."". RUBBER STAMPS that BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT fish the roadside canals and fob establish themselves. Corn. and the Soviet Union. Berlinwas

make s good Impresiion. 57-Houses For Sale Nolle I is h.reby liven that the Johnson proposed machinery lowed the black-top highway for munlst rule prevails in North similarly divided, within

12-Help WantedH.lp Any siti Quick scrvici. under Clerk of.ned Circuit MARGARET Court of T.COLLIIR SCOTT for .Imposing the double pay" for 11 miles until suddenly it haltedat Korea and North Viet Nam. the Soviet none
Collier County NEWS. bedroom 2 bath Homo custom. large I County Florida, will, on the 13th d.y overtime Indicated that such p!n- sand Beyond lay shining On the other side of the world The four powers couldn't
Wanted: for general Office scre.ned porch and of February 1M4 .t I clock P.Mat .. ally pay" would not necessarilystart achieved r
crescent of deserted beach palm West Germany has agree on a peace treaty for all
.I't.on: front door of lbs Courthous. ,
work Apply In person at corner lot, Phone Ml 2 when/ the 4O-hour..week .
Gulf Glass' 4 Aluminum 113 36-Wanted To Collier County In Et Naples FlorIda trees rustlln." unprecedented prosperity and of Germany. The West German

lath St, So.LifeGuard BuyI 3 bedroom 2 both Home .In offer for sale and all *t pub. mark was passed He said: Because there Is a coral reel emerged as a powerful force In Republic was born In May 1949,
Royal Harbor. lie outcry to th* highest and bett
Wanted: for year. want th* best 21 to 32 ft. and dock master. air co.dock...,. bidder for cash tho following d*. Tlmtl-UldHaU offshore, Mr. Barrett notes, the the Western Alliance under a and granted almost complete In

round NapI work. Recreation city benefits DoL.Apply .. ALL ALUMINUM TRAILER I honed and htd' all appllanc crlbd property situated. In Collier "The time-wxl-one-hall overtime island offers some of the finest! democratic system. East Car. dependence. The Soviet ,Union
can buy for 1100: lot 17 Sea **. CHERRY County Florida' to wit:
Help W.*id: .1 hour* ...horo'Trilf. Ct i 1 BOmt ..Mb' ..':P CENTRAL, .FIREPLACE Lots I. 2, J. 4 end I. i Block' M. rate would continuo: to apply to shelling in the United States. IK many is relatively poor and kept declared East Germany ,a fcdv.
,1P0m5tbo daily or' ] iimes" wkly l ; must r Rd., Bonita. Springs- LIVING ROOM wn. to wn, and Lot II and 12 Block II work In excess of 40 hours In a adds that the shells He in tldo. under tight Communist control erelgn state In 1933-but it has

b* *bl* to cook end cl..... Call Want 2 or i bedroom furnished occu an.cy. NAPLES PARK SUBDIVISIONUNIT loss than the maximum never
Midway 14104 after I PM Horn. west of Trail 12000 ;fLOtE: BECK REAL.5th ; NO. I. according to th* Plt work week but rows waiting to be picked in an -with the help of Soviet might. won recognition as such

down 100 per month Call MIdway TORS. 41J Av., '0.. Mid. thereof recorded ,In Plat Book 1. hours prescribed through almost endless: variety. How did Viet Nam, Korea and from the West.
SEAMSTRESS WANTED: full 2 5413 after five W'v 2.1271. It pg* 14 of th* Public Records committee divided
or part tim. Call Midway of Coll *r County Florida; : the Industry proce. For flrsUtlme visitors, he sug Germany become ?
I.5303. 4 BR, 2 BATH CBS HOME pursuant to the final decree of fore, dure." goats Viet Nam was divided at the
With IS X 30 ft. Florid
N.ed four Mn or Women for 38-Autos For Sale large screened patio, masterbedroom Room closure in saId Court.ntrd the In style a, cat of which pending.It Johnson proposal tails for double 'Take s walk down the firm nth parallel under an agree I

part tim C.1. ,'** 4 Delivery and bath. olr condltioned CLINTON E. WIENER' and time In Industries where this white sand Look at the treasure ment reached at s 10-natlon con. DANCINGEvery
Work, In County Age lilO Kombl Volk Wagon glass : utility room 2 car carport .
EVELYN W. WIENER trove of starfish and shells the ference In Geneva In 1934! after
35 to 10 Must have car and paneled Truck like new $975 city sewerage. well and husband and wife "might be necessary and appropriate
be Bondable: Write Mr Buck cash Scott Fraley Bonita, pump for sprinkling, a.E. love Plaintiffs to reduce work hours and clear water and lining the beach. the French defeat In Indochina.

ner. P O. Poe 1754 Naples Springs Fla some and r.lrlg furnitur; All .rug TV,and cable drapes., ga* DALE EVFYKE Increase employment taking Listen to the soft wind. Can the Unlike the situation In South Sat.

FOR SALE RENT or TRADE h..t ONLY SIS.500. Located at Defendant Into account both Die costs and the South Seas be more alluring than Korea a strong Communist Night
Female Down or '
Want. Up '
.13-Help *ItfiO 4 dr, I cyl' 'lJ:'. Tucker 1151 7th, MIdway Ava. No.2.5051 Call. Bill and th* docket Chancery number$192$.of which isnumber benefits Involved. this?" guerrilla force controlled muchof 9:30 Til?
Also one office intercom with The article 1s illustrated with the countryside.One
Waitresses. Wanted: for days dictating, m.chi. Will, trade 1 Bedroom 2 tile, beth home WITNESS my hand and the off The auto Industry Is one major .
md nights; apply' in parson atHoward or sell either for ,land or what located In The Mooring Carpeting del ...! of said Court this 2'th day Industry In which overtime opera. color reproductions of original of the decisions reachedat Modern A Old Fsihloiieol
Johnson Restaurant, heve rOIl' Call Midway 7 5HI, throughout living roomdining of ..._.'y. '"14. the 1043 Potsdam conference
room. halls and one bedroom MARGARET T. SCOTT lions have been prevalent for paintings by Irene Kantor of Sar. All Moose Members and

H.lp, Want.d for Laundry Work WORK AND Completely, drconditionod Clerk of th* Circuit Courtof more than a year. There wsa no asota. by the United States, Britain Their Friends Weleome!

-Prather Apply Laundry in person at Naples FISHING CARS and heated disposal'. dish Bys Collier/ INEZ County MAGILLDeputy Florida Immediate comment from Industry Another feature In the February and the Soviet Union was to

Good credit, and you may par.chase wshr port Paved storage drlvwy room to Nice cor Clerk spokesmen IssueofthepockeUsleetravelmagazine make the 38th Parallel the dlv. "COME OUT ANI
Secretary Wanted: for Real E Silt* one with, NO down p.y.m..I. crnd.41i.In porch Lawn *odddnd SMITH CARROLL VEGA. is a look at what the Wine line between U.S. and So
tat Office at 443
apply .
; 24 to
Up to mo. p.y. BROWN 4 NICHOLS
St.. ...So. to M,. Donovan 0'Pho. 54 FORD 5 41', 245 Ml 2 4104 p.rtlally ftr lndscpd I pm. No brokrs Ph.. Attorney for Plelntiff' Will Revamp 12 Ford of the future may be like. viet occupation forces in Korea. SWING WITH us-

Midway 2 7111 55 CHEV I dr. 215 pl..s*. Suit II, B.lch BuildIngNaples. In "Dr.am. That Could Come Efforts to reach agreement on

Waitress for lunch and Dinner 51 MERC 2 dr. 593 2 bedroom House on Frnk Florida ll True three of the company'sstyling unification of Korea collapsedand Naples
Jan II. 114 # ,
apply Rainbow Restaurant on 51 FORD I pass 450 Whitman Blvd' '''00. Trm Units Of State
North Tamiaml Trail. 51 PLY. 2 dl'. us ,ito good credit risk. CARIBBEAN -- modols-Mustang n, Cougar In May 1948, the rival re.

MoorIngs :: FORD wagon m REALTY, 1750 No Trailfvlldway O.n.rel City, Election wilt b* held, U and Allegro are In. Moose Lodge
needed at his .
Waitress PEUGOT 4 dr
.1155.A In the City of on Tuesday
Club also National Guard spected. will be dls The of Union Station In
Golf" Country ; 55 FORD Wagon 5" February 4. $1144 to elect 0 Mayor They on : owners North Trail
need short order Cook. Apply 51 FORD HT 4" nice/ 2 bedroom CBS furmshd .nd tnre* Councilman; a Special' ST. AUGUSTINE (AP-A r.orianbation play in the Ford pavilion at tho Washington' offered to sell It to -
to Anne Kennedy Horn In the Bonit
Election shall b. h.ld on the ..m.
Experienced Waitress wantvd: CALL Ml 25154For ''i'd'n.I.Make m* an of del* to fill the vacancy created of 12 units of the New York World's Fair. hoe federal government for II

also Cashier with typewritingenperlence : Tom Peel, ; Elton Dvion f.r Bonita Beach: by the ,."...."0" of Councilman Florida Army National Guard Ford Times U published
Baronl Lauren Blue' Phone WY 24121 Archie Turner, Polls will be open
A..I.urant. Apply *t COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS bedroom Homo in Brookslde. .t 7 A.M. .nd close et 7 P M. Listsof will be made March 1, Maj. Gen. monthly by Ford Motor Com Junior CollegeNAPLES
Ml N Trail Ilk baths screened patio car qualified' voter are open for Inspeclion Henry W. McMillan, state adju. pany and distributed to 1,300 Edison

14-tielp Wanted Male' 1954 Cadillac sedan DaVille.good port good I location, low equity officeElection*t the. County P.gistrationClerk's tint general, announced today. 000 families by Ford dealers BXTENIIONOffer
I Condition' 1500 Call Mid Midway 2 2463. officers appointed to wit: He said a pentagon approved throughout the country. A Full Semester, I Credit Hour Court 'U

R.tir*. Interested In part time w.y 28727I9S4 House consists of Iwo bedrooms Precinct No I Fire Station' BUSINESS LAW
light work contact Frank Davis Ford 2 dr good I rubber.clean. IVfc' baths Living, room. Dining. Dnll Burglunoj Clerk
Imperial Florid Oil Co.. Will make a good I work room kitchen, plenty of cabinet Elate Abbott units In the state will Increase Rams Car Ahead Mondays T: M lo I: Naples Senior High School
?&00 North T.m.m, TreI.I Ily ........ car The first sao takes it Florida) Family room.room storage(air cond closetw Elsie Klavahn, guard strength by 223 and add Registration and First I f''M-: :" February 3 100 pm
Alice Brumfi!
Can be at Riv.rPark
Paving Wok: es pari.nce d 0' away Apt.. D I I.sn Phon MIdway ,th washer 4 elec, water heater Elsi Klevehen more equipment. Several units When Brakes Fail
'. Call for Appointment carport with storage closet Wetherill 'Inspectors
2 546244Mobil. will be In and
Mlljwiy 1:4132.16H.lp .nd T.rrac House I* of Precinct Ho. I changed strength When the brakes failed to holdon
CBS construction, T.rr.uo First Methodist Church designation! the car driven by Mrs. Sarah Elect
Hornet floor. electric wall htrs Spencer Allendorf 1 Clerk
Available Electric range end refrug.' In Mildred Wright.: day .mAlice Some companUs will be con. F. Hyder 1006 Ridge Road, Na

clud.d The Lot I* 70 X 150 Tlmberlak, Vt day p.m. verted Into combat elements of pies about 4>42 o'clock yester.
Will Car for Convalscnt For Sale: 23 ft .I.CI foe complete with sprinkler ly'*. Adolph Weiss an armored brigade.No she crashed Into Smith Beck
good I reference furnished Call IMS Jackson GaIaway4arkor. terns trees and shrubs Mustbe Thom. S. Camp.n day afternoon, Shirley
..Midway' 0.1770Esperienced seen t* b* apreciatedLocation El.*..or Leslie Gates community will lose a rutlonal the rear end of a car ahead
21 ft. madam Trailer For few block from Inspeclors unit McMUlan said.
Secretary Bookkeeper Sale: 1100 Cathl' for immediate bch *t 450 3rd Ave No. Precinct: 'Hl'il' Church, of Christ guard driven by John A. Kroell, 892 TO
available: new residentencellent SaId: i Let I Palm, Lake Trail under III.OOP Phone MI 24134 Francia Martin CI" Details of the changes have W. Lake Park Dr., Naples. Both
references furnished .r Ct. E. Ptopleo Lucille KernellMarIori been given to local command.
Call 2.III" These Homes cars were proceeding In a
Midway / !* Campaiu Council 4
FOR SALE Clayton B<' ers, McMillan said. southerly direction on Ninth City February
COMPANION to SECRETARY. SPARTAN TRAILER. Imperial Open Daily 3-5 Clair _: \erty South at the intersection ,
Former secretary to prominent Mansion. !lalousy Cabana par. Arthur Neumann "..tII..* p.m.. Cooled within a few dfirctiofsbtoluti Street
Palm Beech family Florida feel codision, ; lot r 1} north $U72 JEWEL BOX AVE.. Royal I Inspector helium becomes with Fifth Avenue Court.Damage .
resident, with driver I'cense. 'Naples Trailer Perk. xero,
seCtiOn Harbor 'mm.c,1" new we.Irfront By Order of th* City CouncilElsie to the Kroell car was
varied eiperlence Includinghousehold North Naoies. Home offered for less Lehman, City Cl.rk..: l sup.rfluid thai flows without
menagement, and than replacement cost Avoid Jan ,.. II. 1114 .1ft friction and conducts heat 1.000 estimated at 175 and to the Hydor
property supervision: wants For Rent the delay and problem of car at $50. No one was InjuredIn
liv*.In position In Nipl.s *r**. 48-Apts. building MOVE RIGHT IN f limes better than copper at room
modest salary' P. O. Box aU. bedroom 2 baths. living room IN CIRCUIT' the accident and no arrests
Little River Station. Miami i bedroom Apt For Rent furmhd and dining' rooms have sliding TWELFTH 1 'lUC'Ttc U IT. temperature were made.
13131 er unfurmshd S** on doer to screened porch with COLLIER COUNTY
month or year round On Gulf southern *pour,*. El.ctne STATE OF FLORIDA' PUBLIC NOTICi A car driven: by Walter II.
Shore Blvd, nice view. of Say IN CHANCERY
kitchen central heel end air Wright of Morrlstown, N.Y., in
17-Child Care or Gulf. Call Midway t 2351 or cond'tionmg. I car garage N* III!
a westerly direction on rUth

Wilt,,, care for Children I" my Beautiful, 2 bedroom APTStor .. Plaintiff REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Avenue, South, was struck late
Horn*. No lnfnt good care two or three month: adults I1M GALLEON OR. PORT. LILLIAN Th. undersigned. ds "".lIy .*r. Wednesday afternoon by a car
weal)* If dlrd Call Midwayi etl. THE DUPREE APTSMO.Fr.nc ROLAY. beautiful new waterfront OUKUHI"E t"r" tnt they are conducting a Real
no ,. Av.. So. btwn; Home. AVAILABLE: AT Defendant' Estate kusmass' at 211 *1h St M. driven by Theodore B. Griffith
Shadowlawn. Airport Rd. E. ONCE Planned for Florida leisure THE STATE NOTICE OF SUIT Naples Florid' ndr the fictitious' of Indianapolis, Ind. According
N.P''let I Ibadroom dining room kitchen open to LILLIAN DUICESHIREVILLAGE' and same that sad firm I I. composed *4 to police, Griffith had stoppedat
-mm ,- unlsrnisisid Api.. :large screened porch. equipped l' the following po,..... whose "...... the intersection of Tenth Street
with stove. refrlg S block to with. electric built. In Bar.B. TOLEDO OHIO and place of residences ire *. lolF
h.ach. I/O month on annual' Q".. I pedreoms. I ..th.. u... Yea are hereby notified that suit "CLIFFORD WINZEL: South and then pulled Into the lift
Ii WANT ADV ILIaC. ,.,...... Midway. 1 271"[ tral heat and air condition 2 hat bn filed' against you In the Jill' Qr..n Dolphin Lan' Napln lane of traffic on Fifth

Modern I bedroom unfurni**- car garage with electric door. above entitled cause and yu are BERT R. HI DM AN,. hitting the
APARTMENT with complete S47S40. CONSIDER TRADE hereby, required t* serve upon plain 121 trd Av*. N*.. Naples South Avenu'l
CtASSOTB DISMAY kltchtn d Nr beach and shop. t iff a attorney whote rum and .... 1 E. V. BURTON Damage to the latter

.. BY SEASON. So MI OR t 13H YEAR VINCE CONBOY till d.fesees re** appear. if any hron. to the_ your kill .f writtn complaint IM4. A.hue BURTON Point Av*.. NaplesW tlmated at $100 and to

jet Silt Av in said. suit. copy of which 111* Blue' Point Av*. Na *. auto at $25. No one was injuredin
GARAGE APT. with garage 515 Ith Av. Parkway delivered I* you hertwtth *n or lw' *, the accident.
FOR SALE close t* town T.V. cable. Suit ,. ..... M' 1.1141 before February 24 A O I... Ownrhi tf Imperial. Preor1i
able tar one person Ml. weekly Herein fail not or decree pro con Is as follow:
phone Midway I 2M2 after BUILDER OFFERS Jesse will b* entered iaint. you for F. Clifford, Wonid 41% Income "A Business Woman for a Business Job"I
CO-or APARTMENT I PM f end. I bedroom homo M Itth ::?;:i::,.li.f' prayed '" the bill, *f cmOiVoRcEuf Bart M. Hdman 41* ACL Net
Ave So between Ith 4 Sth St*. E. V Burton )%
OeeaB Terrace N E I P other completed or under construction *' .111' lull being' for W A: Burton = I* Per Cent I am Interested in Good City Government, the
priced from SI4 Ml to It t* their lntnti*.t t* apply to Up 7.8
New by Owner t bedroom SI7.500 with good I terms WITNESS my hand and th* eeal! the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and autification of Naples good lOftIng -
>>3I Guff Shore Blvd. 2nd WILLIAM B. STONE 'INC y **of td Court at Naples this Ibm and for Colllar County Florid. to JACKSONVILLE (AP)Auan- ,
feoq In 4.Apt. BM|, with RESU# lenders day Jnury MARGARET A D T IM4. SCOTT register the said same of Imperi.PropertIes .., tic Coast Line railroad's net In. beaches adequate recreation fscilit .
Gulf .f! open ,
view acre** Lowd.r tow costWANTM IS Tents St North Ml 11731t under th* provision
-lli P.m. || X 12 screened fCU IIK.'i1Af'CIiIt::' : Court Chaffer 20MJ Laws of Florida, Acts come Increased 7.8 per cent last
Porch with view bedroom CBS on Kth Av*.. 04 $941. year. t.s and cooperating with our business merchants.
end boot dock.rwr"I *' et lOt N. Needs decorating Will y: LORETTA SHAW WIt_ our hands. this 2Jnd. day
BE tu..w.*...,. dlopo. **!. Sacrifice a* t. for S4MO. CashlPhono MURPHY Deputy Clerk of Jonoory. IM4f Thomas Rice TONlGHTf
r/'.-. drpo end) crpt.MnfurnMt Owner collect WYandofl CLIFFORD WENZEL..
**; f u.to*. Will discount _Sj533. Ft Myr Ait.ciiel..for st."t." BERT R. HEDMAN ported 196) net Income was $13,. FOR INTERVIEWS WITH YOUR CANADATES.
without *Htr**. ." tUsds The NEWS R. V. BURTON
Ereryone and operating revenue
5"'r* Lag Mar Wl IJ3' CUsolfWs 1 :r.'ti. Florid* W. A. BURTON 427,000 PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)
( (
Shor Blvd It Psys Te AdfertU Rs4 TBS 24, 31. Fb 7. IM4 aftl J,K. 24. ||, ,*_. 7. I'. $144 at was $177,726,000up 3.1 per cent, .-


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--- 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, January 3l,1984

Harbor Bow LineBY : and a parade of attractive

1r Cabaret Boss women witnesses, the govern
NOM IE ROGERS went tried Thursday to link
More lovely weather and tin( While sitting at the desk In Hall with two of Hoffa's code
kids here at Naples Land.YachlH&rbor t the hospital last Thursday and fondants Nicholas J. Tweel

are truly making the mos t t looking over the list of patients,, Witness of Huntington, W.Va., and Allen
of It.more and more fish being f I realized the addition was built Key Dorfman of Chicago.
caught several folks in the pool,,, just In time as there were 60 The government claims Hoffa
VI Cornish and Beth Rice bring'. patients in the hospital that day and Dorfman Induced Tweet to
Ing in some nice shells am I which means a full house. offer "money and things ot val.
even a cookout at Beulah Han,. Got a big laugh when AngellneCalltri In Hoffa Case ue" to Hall If he would con

Ion's Friday night. So as I men,. superintendent of nuri CHATTANOOGA Tenn. (AP) tact or get others to contact
(tloned before, even when it turn)i ses, came to tell me of a class The government plans to Jurors In the Nashville trial
chilly fora day or so.wear a grey t 1 of some SO folks she and some call a nightclub operator billedas Two employes of a Nashville
big grin 'cause on February 13th1, others were trying to get tor a major witness to the stand supper club testified of a tour
1899 It was two degrees bet o\\ dance last Monday evening at today In the trial of James R. of nightspots with Tweel during
zero In Tallahassee. Of course, St. Ann's School, the boys In Hoffa on jury tampering which he talked for half an
the Chamber of Commerce hen i one bunch and the girls in ano. r"t charges. hour or so with Hall. They said
would never let anything like thatinto t t ther Miss Calltri would take -I .c Chief prosecutor James Neal this occurred In October 1962,
Naples, so don't worry. jus t: a boy out of the group and gently said the witness, Dallas Hall of the month Hoffa's trial began.
enjoy living here. push him towards the girls, all Nashville, would be called aft It ended nine weeks later in a
Mrs. Grace Haun was noticing); the while telling him to "go er the jury hears a red-haired hung Jury.Another.
all the bike riders in the Harboi> on and ask one of the girls to West witness red-haired
Virginia secretary, whose ,
and she remarked that she dance". One of the told
now i boys appearance Thursday was cut Haze) Fulton of Huntington, W.
wished they had had training: Angle, when she pointed out a _' short by defense protests. Va., told of placing a telephonecall
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wheels when she learned to ride, girl and told him she was a nice for Tweel then her boss
Hoffa, president of the Inter. ,
She and a friend borrowed an old I I dancer, "Gee Miss Calltri, I to Hall. But when she said that
LONG LOW LINES of public works and facilities. In this disposalmaintenance national Teamsters Union, and
cycle with wooden wheels and I can't dance with her she's City's new view looking east, sewage five call followed one to Tweel from
other men being tried
the tires would not held air buta my sister Gosh!" Finally they building dominate this aerial view. Build. plant and Gordon River are in upper right before U.S. Dlst. Judge Frank Dorfman, the defense objectedthat

few minutes. So they put a told the boys they couldn't< have ing was dedicated last week, replacing outmoded (Photo by Caplei Blueprinting) Wilson on charges of attempt Miss Fulton could not possibly .
tire pump at the foot of a hill,., any refreshments until they had log to fix the jury in Hoffa's identify the voice on the
pumped the tires took the bike, danced awhile. But Angle said it
Annual 1962 trial at Nashville, Tenn., phone as that of Dorfman,
up the hill, coasted down and then was loads of fun except she was Sorry They Didn'tTake Jaycee on a conspiracy charge. whom she had never met.
had to pump up the tires again more bushed than the kids from LBJ Asks C( ForSubsidies Through telephone records Judge Wilson agreed.
Now those kids really wanted to having to push so to get 'em Offer For ingress Minstrel Show -
learn to ride! started. It Is a grand Idea,though,
WELCOME! and they hope to get someone to Box Found
New folks welcomed aboard are teach them square-dancing, per. Set For MarchIt's

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wood of Ohio haps more young groups could be NASHVILLE Tenn. (APA1. Bigger Farm i that time of year agaln. ,,Y.
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rystrand. found who would enjoy this good bert Holland and Frank Osbar the Jaycees are making plans r
Guests at the Fred Valentin's fun and exercise If found a small package marked
his Ideas for their annual Minstrel Show
By OVID A. ARTIN are already pendlni\ g
the past few days were Mr. and the parents would offer to cha* "Top Secret Cape Kennedy"in In Congress. and they have extended an in.
a Nashville street (
Mrs. Paul Small and Mr.and
Mrs. vltatlon to Interested ineI
perone.ATTEND Johnson told Congress to. Johnson would use what ii I anyone
"Rocket fuel-keep off hands
Robert Stubblefield of Marlon 111.I RALLIES
participating "to and
the should agriculture Is commonly call come Join
day government ex.
-wUl burn read
Several of our travel trailer a warning on
was asked to to Marco with "
go the fun
tend a bigger helping hand to compensatory payments out oj f[ whether young or old.
folks the side of the 12.1nch.squarebox.
them to look for shells.no shells have left us for a few daysto Chuck Grimm will be director
the nation's farmers He called the treasury to augment th<,
but lots of fun, a nice lunch and a attend rallies at Lehlgh Acres for the affair. A does
for broader federal to market Income of cotton person
and Miami. Should be Prying open the box, the men payments Ja
lovely warm day.Called their att. back this
not need to be Jaycee to
them and urged efforts for re. wheat, milk and potato produc, a par.
week found sand. A smaller box was
entlon to the breeze through the except the ones who are
rural ers. tlclpate, he stated today, as he a
banana trees-only to be told It wasa going on the Mexican tour. burled In it. They gingerly during poverty. urged Interested In : ''.
fe'a.ture anyone try.
opened that box and found The President sent his viewsto Such payments were a ..
water fountain behind Oh Everyone here at Naples Land
us. of controversial Ing out for a part to attend the
sand. Capitol Hill In a special a farn;
well I trledl Yacht Harbor Is still talking of more
first practice at 8 o'clock Sun.
plan advanced In
farm message. 1949 b
Walter Bond left Monday to fly the nice time they had at the "A guy offered me two dollars y e
day night In the Junior Band
to Syracuse, N.Y., for several luau and hope Alice will have for my share of It," Osbar said In taking a firm stand In sup. Charles F. Brannan, secretary Y Room. High
port of federal intervention in of agriculture\ under PresldenlHarry t
"I wish I'd taken it.
days on business. Mr. and Mrs. one again next year. She sure .
The ninth annual Sunshine Minstrel
S. Truman. This .
he plai
agriculture have laid
Ray Games of Des Moines Iowa did a grand job on this one and may
will be March
USCG AuxiliaryTo down the line for his party's was never accepted by Con. presented on + A
are spending some time with her the "Hula Dancers" better keepin election-year battle on the farm gross, it has run Into bitter op... !5,6 and 7 In the Junior High School
sister and brother-in-law Mr. practice because we hope to
issue. He asked for revival of position from most Republl. Auditorium, Grimm said. Re.
and Mrs. Gaylord Case. While have them entertain us again Conduct FreeExaminations
tans herasals will be held on Sunday
part of the controversial Bran. some Democrats and i I L
here they are taking a trip around soon. please don't tell them, as nan plan. number of farm groups notabl, and Thursday nights at 8 p.m.
South Florida to be gone about I want It to be a surprise ok? and the Farm Bureau. each week In the band room.
Many Republicans
ten days. OUT OF THE MOUTH OF BA. Grimm especially invited people
Qualified examiners of Naples farm want the
groups (overliement
housemothers from BIES Art Linkletter was tellingof
Fraternity Flotilla 93 of the U.S. CoastGuard to make a gradual withdrawal Bull who have participated In other
the University of Illinois were some answers the teacher Auxiliary will conduct free from Gators Carry local talent shows,but have never
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester read from test papers on "The government price,
boat and radio examinations production and been In a minstrel to join the
marketing con Torch
Wise. The "mothers" and the Space Programt"One Super-Sonic
Saturday, February from 9 a.m. trol programs for agriculture group.
houses they manage are Mrs. kid said, "We were doing to 1 p.m. at Boat Haven marina. Johnson's proposals for com. MIAMI UP Bull alligators; in! "You ain't see nothln yet.
Edith Raith, TKEi Mrs. Helen just fine and only had( two more The Courtesy Motorboat Ex. rnodlty contained Evcrgl.dfi National Park don For a good time and a lot of
programs no
Cryder, Delta Sigma Phi; Mrs. problems to lick how to get up amlnatlon (CME) is one of the surprises for farm leaders. know It hut they) lire flirting with fun, powder your face with sun.
Marion Hines, SAE; Mrs. Beat. there and how to bring us back." services performed for fellow They were in line with those ad super-Honk aircraftKmest {\' shine and be in the Jaycee minstrel .
rice Harlan, Alpha Sigma Phi; But the best ones "Our space JIM MAYFIELDCouncilman
boatmen by members of the Coast vanced last year by the late Chilstensen, the park's he urged.
and Mrs. Velma Harlow, Beta program will be a big success
Guard Auxiliary, a non-mili. President John F. Kennedy and thief naturalist, laid when (the
Sigma Psi. Mrs. Harlow cele. when we get enough power to ONE WAY TO FIND OUT
tary organization dedicated to by Secretary of bulls hear jet tighten from
Agriculture or.
brated her 78th birthday while In take the missiles through the boating safety.A'decal vllle L. Freeman. homestead Air Force base break) LEBANON. Ky. (AP) A 2-Year TermIf

Naples.Did "Gravy". Naturally he meant"Iravlty" awarded boats meet Key recommendations Include the sound barrier over the park, motorist driving past the Bank of elected
anyone read the article but I suppose he could tog minimum Federal and other ed: they answer, lie Mid the alliga Loretto noticed the vault door I my only obligation

Negro OpportunltY",1n the News, too have thick said for'Soup' but it's gotten safety requirements is acceptedby Changes in the commodity ton' mating boom Is Identical to was standing open and immediately would be to the Citizens of
Press last Saturday by Harry 0 that so "Gravy"is the coast Guard and most programs for cotton, wheat the noise generated by the plane called State Police.
Smith of Cape Coral? I wist about right. But ain't it won. state authorities, making further milk and potatoes The revl. During the mating season the They surrounded the building Naples.
It could have been on the fron derful how we can laugh at our inspection normally unnecessary lions are aimed at improving bull piers roar In a chain reaction and learned the truth the bank
page of every paper, as It was sc mistakes and still have faith in for the balance of the year. the Income of the product of one boom producing' a had moved down the street two I (Paid Political Adv.)
unbiased, yet so truthful I, tool the whole blooming setup? This free safety check for these products and at strengthening .. chorus of anawers day earlier.
believe the opportunities are P.S. Ok, kiddies you asked boats and radios is made only the family farm. .
around It want them for It. How do kill blue '
us we as you a upon request by boat owners. -A five-year extension of he
Mr. Smith said. The poor 1m mi. elephant? With ft blue elephant Further information may be ob Food for peace program Man
grants of all races, not just the killer) Now, how do you kill tamed by contacting Robert Pie expansion of the domestic
ones from Africa, have proven a red elephant? put him In the city MI 2-5072 or G.F. Prideaux food stamp program. More
that If they really want to better freezer until he turns blue MI 2.3131. than $12 billion in farm surplus.
themselves this country furnish. THEN use your blue elephant
es has moved to needy countries &u81jwr 8J
es everything they need. killer) RUBBER STAMPS-Ml 2.2107Don't under the Food for Peace ro a Q

plan. The stamp plan enables
needy persons to buy increased
quantities of food at regular I the most exciting( coopciatffeicslcfcncc/< / (
Be A Slave grocery stores

-Greater use of human and ocaflol1.) (111 JIapQe| dlhcclQy(( (!yonthe t Qu
material resources in rural
To a Large House and Yard! America under programs aimed In The Moorings

at combatting poverty, largely

The leisure life of an apartment plus the privacy and convenience the through Agriculture greater emphasis Department'srural on

of a house can be yours In a modern spacious mobile home. Sea areas development pro.

4 gorgeous furnished modals now at NAPLES LAND-YACHT HAR. gram. He said he would be So Excitingly Beautiful So Temptingly Designed
more specific in a later mes.sage .
BOR, southwest Florida's newest and most beautiful waterfront but
on poverty, as a
mobile homo community. er recommended enlarged watershed
and flood prevention
programs under federal aid

How much would his farm
{." .\;; : ;' .. .'. 'h.!' .'
; .. cost
lb.: program
.. tt > c. _.". ......
..pj: < '. Johnson had given the figures
t- 10 days ago in his budget mes.saga. .
He asked $5.8 billion for
overall farm program spend 4

: ing in the year starting next July k
t, 1-91.1 billion below this year's

A'4' total
,..-- Of the new total, about $1.7
billion would be spent for farm

aid programs-compared with ; ;
J $1.9 billion this year. The rest
would be spent on research,

II'g-: ': .:. Food grams meats for to not farmers.Peace providing and direct other pay.pro. t I J (i P I rY

An administration spokesmansaid !
r :. .--'\ 111I .. 4

,. t..., t". broadened the recommendations payments to increase for .. t 1 ?

.. tti".u m.i1ii.. .III' 1 tJI "'" :::: farm Income would not add to
s l.Jl- the cost of farm programs. The
payments would come, he said,
from savings that would result
through a planned reduction in
City Water Y Paved Street Central Sewerage System surpluses

The president said some of
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