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: February 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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e + Edict On SewersTime '; ',

Is growing very short for on the compan)''s request for two Turner' voted in favor of the
ttaer 15 persons who have not yet con. "wing signs" of 130 square feet ZBA's recommendation, and Joel
e nected to the City's sanitary apiece at Imperial's new service' Kuperberg and Mrs. Casey Miller
ter sewer system. station at 2000Ninth Street North voted against.
"It looks like we'11 have to take Imperial asked for the delayIn "There's no harm In waiting,"
j them to court In order to get order to have representationbefore Kuperberg said. "1 believe In
4, them to hook up," City Manager Council. Despite' such re. courtesy In government" The
Vince Wood told Council at Wed. presentation at Monday's Zoning majority maintained that no discourtesy .
nesday afternoon's recessed Board of appeals meeting, the was being shown, and L1
meeting. 2BA recommended that Council also noted that Council can reconsider
!; Two months ago, Council seta deny Imperial's request for the Its decision at a later
deadline for 67 property big non-conforming signs. date if Imperial can provide suf.
owners, some of whom have had Council affirmed the appeals ficient reasons to warrant recon.
as long as three years to tie Into board's recommendation by a sideratlon.
the sewer' system. That dead. 3.2 vote. Goodloe McDowell,
line has expired, and 52 of the Francis Ford, and Mayor Archie AGREE WITH ZONERS
,f t1. 67 have compiled. AH recommendations' made by
Warrants will be drawn up and the Zoning and Planning Board
served on the 15 persons charge Many YanksRemaining at its meeting Tuesday were affirmed .
ing them with violating City or. by Council.Also approved
dinances requiring citizens to was Mrs. Marguerite Booth's re.
LIBRARY FUND meeting at Everglades included plans hook up to the sewer system quest for a seawall fronting on the THE MAYOR'S GAVEL changed hands city government leadership from retiring

for winning local support for the planned county when It Is made available to Bay and Jamaica Channel yesterday as newly elected Mayor Mayor Francis Ford I
them. Council held fast to Its Wood read a letter received
library, At the meeting were Ben Parks and Paul previous ruling that the namesof from the Army Corps of En. Archie Turner (I) received symbol of

Cooke, standing, and Eugene Turner and Miss Ruth non-compliers will not be pu. glneers' operations division

Neal seated. See blished In advance legal action. On CyprusNICOSIA chief, A. L, McKntght, regarding The Great Unveiling ---
Some of the 15 names on the the Naples Day channel dredg.
list are believed to be among log project, completed last sum.
Naples' better-known residents. Cyprus (AP A
Fund one-day, emergency airlift of mer.Hendry Corp of Tampa, the City Parking Meters
Library Meeting TAKE ACTION" U.S. dependents from Cyprus, dredging contractor, asked for
Council yesterday afternoon Instructed ended Wednesday night after extra funds above its contract
City Attorney David carrying 572 American women price because of "changed con.
Splngler to "take whatever legal and children to nearby Beirut, dltions" Hendry encountered dur Back In Action
Held In Everglades steps are now necessary to cause Lebanon. Ing the work. Me"'.night wrote Again

these 15: persons to hook up." More than half the 1,200 ,that discussions so far betweenthe
This action was taken without dls. Corps and Hendry have centered .
A regional meeting of the Elwood; ex officio member Eugene sent The persons will be tried In American Mediterranean dependents Island decided on the to on whether there were Intact Naples' downtown parking sent. Mayor Turner did observe offering free parking, on the

Friends of the Ubrary Campaign Turner, president of Municipal Court.Yesterday slay The voluntary evacuationwas any changed conditions. meters, under wraps for the that "the more progressive city's outskirts
Fund committee was held in Friends of the Library; Building afternoon's session arranged after the bombIng "No discussions with respect last two months, were unveiled cities In Florida aretakingmeters "It cost $15.000' to install
Everglades City Wednesday Committee Chairman F. C. Flint lasted 50 minutes. Council was of the U5. Embassy and the to costs have been held", the let. at Wednesday afternoon's out." The City might the meters In the first place,"
afternoon at the residence of and member F. C. McIntosh; divided on a request by Imperial burning of two Amerlcan.owned ter stated.' The city will be In. City Council session, which gain additional parking meter Ford maintained, "so the City
Paul Cooke, campaign chair. "Your Library Fund' Campaign Florida Oil Co. to defer action, cars Tuesday night vlted to be present as an In. was conducted by new Mayor revenues, Turner said, but must have thought they were
man for the Everglades area. Director Frank J. Kerrigan; and until the next Council meeting, terested third party when dls. Archie Turner, these funds could be offset bya worthwhile" Mrs. Casey
An American official said oth.
In addition to Cooke, those attending Library Board member from ers who want to leave Cyprus' cusslons Involving money begin" Council members said they decline In tax receipts due to Miller suggested a poll be tak-
"We will
Miss Ruth Neal. keep advised
the meeting were the
committee chairman Benjamin The purpose of the meeting would have to do so on their McKnight said. were interested In finding out the growth of shopping centers in among Fifth Avenue merchants
own. There were about 1,700 If parking meter revenues es- and In the Third Street
Parks William G. Price was! to inform Cooke of general "Your continued Interest in
h ..Uiriwi'W; QjIuCttf b.vwlfcliA pre,k. f....45 /wr':k.- 'campaign *iu" lx Americans OB (he,island befor 1hlt1l'TIT&tffol''lnMI': tIt O d',9""l1\ '"pertalty durtntf'the peak Trf \h%. Little'llopc' 'i,'oum'rBhoppKig area tQ.deter Y
and chairman for the Immokaleearea held during March, so that he Cry) Over Civil i the'airlift began. letter' stated. The City probably season, would be sufficient to For Action On mine sentlmeiir toward meters.
; Treasurer A. A. Russell; could make recommendations as The terrorism Tuesday night will have to pay 37.4 per cent justify having the meters at Goodloe McDowell who made
board members Mrs. Merrill H. to how best to appeal for the sup. capped what a U.S. Embassy of whatever Hendry gets In ex. all. Consumer Bill the successful motion to un-
Boynton, Mrs. Thomas P. port of the residents in the area Rights Action statement called "an organized tra funds. The letter made no Council also authorized City hood the meters,said this wouldhe
which he'represents.Cooke campaign in the Greek Cypriot mention of how much llendry Wood AP There's
Manager Vince to locate WASHINGTON ( )- for a "trial period" of unspecified -
also requested information WASHINGTON (AP) Southerners press against the United has asked for.Naples someone who will be In chargeof a long wait ahead for the ,Amer. J length, "Ar :some future
,Attorney General as to what effect the cam. States."
raised the cry Clf"steameroUer" ican consumer before Congress the merC'hantsshould
collecting revenues. Issuing time
paign would have on the present The underscored
today against a blpar. bombings December approves presldont Johnson'sprogram )
Accused Can parking tickets, and keeping ho notified to their opinionon
Says library services now being ren. tlsan group that has so far Greek Cypriot opposition to a to protect the consum- get
dered to Everglades City by the crushed all attempts to weakenthe British-American proposal for Cigarette Tax Cut meters In good working order. er's Interests. the meters" McDowell said,
See Confessions Collier County Library Book. civil rights bill In the House the North Atlantic Treaty Or. !Hours of enforcement will be Even proponents| of the pro. "The merchants should be able
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Atty. mobile. The coalition of Republicansand ganlzatlon to put a peace-keep To He $13,073,98Cigarette 9 '.m. to 6 p.m six days a gram see little chance: this year to find out if meters help or
Gen. James Kynes has laid down Campaign Chairman Ben Parks Democrats put together by ing force on Cyprus. week. for Congress to enact more thana hinder their:: business Joel
some guidelines to prosecutorsIn replied that Improvements in the the House leaders of each par. Archbishop Makarlos: the tax collections for City Attorney David Splngler couple of the many items pro. Kuperberg noted.
,the requirements of a new bookmobile service wlU result ty scored Its biggest victory Greek Cypriot president t, de. the state of Florida amount said this person would have to posed by Johnson for the aid' of The meter patrolman's
Florida law allowing a person from a successful campaign, and Wednesday night when It approval nounced the terrorism as the ed to $5,269,385 for the monthof be a pollee officer In order to the American housewife! "as salary would not he a parr of
accused of a crime to Inspect that library plans for the county with only minor changesthe work of "heinous criminals," December, 1963, accordingto write overtime parking tickets, she seeks the heat value for the the po Ice department budget.
statements or confessions he has also Included the establishment of key public accommodations While planes ferried the figures released by Richard and I'ollceChlefSJI.Caruthcrs hard.earned dullar she spends." Council decided. It along with
branches in Immokalee and Ever. section of the bill Americans to Beirut! 100 milesto
made. 10-part D. Keating, director of the state announced he Is searching fora The moat optimism centers on other the
The interpretation of the law glades City in the very near future The provision, which, alone the southeast, British troops Of this bills to screen pesticides, to require costs Involving meters
went to Angeline G. Weir, as. if there were sufficient de. with the rest of the bill faces a moved Into the coastal town of beverage department. 'utility officer, a $235 full information about will come out of parking
slstant county solicitor in Brow. mand for branch library service tough time in the Senate, would Paphos in an effort to end two amount $1.892,114.23 will go a month position. over-the-counter: stocks an l to muter revenues,
ard County. from the residents of those com. prevent discrimination against days of fighting between Greek Into the state general revenue Councilman Francis ford Lisped t therapeutic, diagnostic
The law was passed by the munlties, and If the communities Negroes by eating, lodging or and Turkish Cypriots At least fund, while the balance will be suggested that perhaps a retir- and prosthetlt devices.
1963 Legislature and said that a assist in the provision of the entertainment establishments. two Greeks and one Turk have distributed to qualified municipalities. ed person could be engaged at The outlook seems bleak for Red Scientists
prosecutor must permit a de. space required to house the bran. A 153-68 vote against an been killed, officials said. $100 a month to walk the meter the two bills that took up tho
fendant to Inspect written or recorded ches amendment by Rep. George The factions waged a gun bat. Naples' share of the revenue beat, but Splngler's rul- most attention in Johnson's mos. Say Sputniks
statements or confes. Meader, R.Mich., that would lie through the afternoon for the month will amount to ing apparently negated Ford's sag to CongressThe truth.lii- Being HelpfulMOSCOW
slons, even if not signed by the $32,000 Sent To have drastically limited the el. Wednesday. $13,073.98 while Everglades suggestion! packaging<: aii'l the Iruth.Ui.letitL.!
defendant.The feet of the provision, climaxed The trouble In Cyprus prompted will receive $651.53. 'But don'r ur hood the log measures (AP) Soviet sol.
purpose of the law is to Counties As Cut a long day of frustration for U.N. Secretary-General V without In addition, the outlook is tho enlists report that the twin Soviet
give a person accused of a crime Southern opponents and touchedoff Tliant to cut short an African enforcing them same for a host of others, tv.lu'Jing sputniks-Elf klron I and
access to Information that will In Race Income the first real display of bit. tour to return to New York. A Boy With Foot Ford said. Though the meters < bills to inspect: drugs Elcktnm, 2-ere sending "valu.aU .
help him fight the charge, Kynes ter sectional feeling since de- U.N. spokesman said a meetingof Caught In Bus have been In for several years and cosmetics, to require warn ti lentlflr Information"
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Each bate started Friday. the Security Council on Cy. enforcement has been sporadic lug labels, to inspect all meat back t" earth, the" official: news
said.The right of Inspection would of Florida's 67 counties has re. Rep. Paul C. Jones, D-Mo., prus was expected, although Door Is Killed because Caruthers said he could and poultry, and to increase the a gum v Tass said Wednesd ,
apply to material that could be celved $92,000 so far this year shouting, The old steamrolleris none has been requested. not afford to take a policeman authority of the Federal Trade night.
from the state tax on racing, an accused the leader. Makarlos has insisted on Ste NEW YORK (AP)> -IIU foot
used later as evidence. rolling, off active duty and put him on Commission Both were launched by sin.
Recordings of verbatim state. increase of $10,000 over last ship of shutting off attempts to curlty Council control of any I caught in a bus door, 1 o.)'ear-old parking meter patro.Council's ,At the most, all these bills will gle rocket Jan. 30. Their task Is
ments, If admissible into evidence .year. alter the bill by putting up a NATO police force on Cjprus. 'J Douglas Johnien was dragged likely have to wait for another to study] the earth's radiation
Checks for $32,000 were sent ISO feet Wednesday)' before It decision to "un
would have to be pro. united front against any and all Britain and the United Stateshave year. belts
duced for the defendant, Kynes to the counties this week in the amendments refused because such a 'I came free. lie was killed underi decorate" the meters,present
said latest distribution of the Income And Reps. Edward J. patten, condition would give the Soviet> rear wheel of the bus. ly covered with brown paper
from the tracks. D-N.J., and George Andrews, Union an apport unit> to inter The driver said he didn't know bags, was made without dls*
D-Ala., engaged in a shouting fere. 'he: boy was caught in the door. Alert Infantry Units

Apollo Group Want To Send argument remark that sparked Southern by patten's arguments I

he has been listening to
I all week "make me .Icko" In 'Bama Race Crisis :

Andrews grabbed a second

Men To Take Moon PicturesBROOKS microphone and said he hoped TUSKEGEE, Ala. CAP-) entered the school and only
patten would support MI Arm Infantry units have been eight ame out with their books.
to pay the costs of moving placed( on alert at Ft. Denning, White enrollment is estimated
AIR FORCE BASE, moon, orbit it or land on the Negroes from the South to New Ga., for possible use In Ala. at 125.
Tex. (AP)-.Prompted by repeated surface. Jersey, and patten assured him bama's latest !Integration crisis, Six Negro pupils tried to at.
failures of UjS. moon Three more Ranger launchIngs he would. The Associated press learned tend classes at Notasulga High
probes, a group In the APoUo are scheduled this year, all "We're glad to have your as. today, School under federal court or.
manUo-che-moon program has to take photographs. set.," he told Andrews "We .k T'v 1 elements: of the 2nd Infantry der Wednesday, but were turned
requested an extra Apollo flight Present programming calls make use of our citizens in New 't Dl"iftlon and the 11th Air AS. back by Rea who invoked a new
for a lunar reconnaissance mis for a three.man Apollo craft to Jersey We'll take yours We sault Group were alerted city fire prevention ordinance.Rea .
sloe make a circumlunar flight In love our fellow men." Wednesday for movement Into said he suspects arson in
John M. Eggleston, a space 1967 or 1968 and to drop a two. In all, 22 amendments "ere ',,. eat: Alabama within 30 minutes the filter plant fire Wednesday
environment specialist with man Lunar Excursion Module offered to the public ac Project Apollo, told newsmen at called LEM, on the surface In section, 18 of them i i said. The 11th employs neltcop nit)"'. 1,200 residents with onlya
a space medical conference 1968 or 1969.Eggleston. Southerners. Only three ere ten almost exclusively 30-ho supply of water.
beret said the proposed adopted, being accepted t-lth. M Cffl< tally the Army neither State authorities began an 1m.
"There Is a certain amount of Apollo reconnaissance flight out opposition by Reps. Ematu. cor.ilrmed: nor denied the alert mediate investigation
sentiment within the National would be sandwiched betweenthe el Celler, ;}N.\., and \VUlun T 5 alert was the first devel Rea said emergency water
Aeronautics and Space Administration clrcumlunar and landing M, McCulloch: R.Ohlo, < CM">m- opr::.:Jt of this nature under the conservation measures possibly
that a reconnaissance flights. The Apol > .!LIp would mander of the coalition. rF i administration of presld e n t would stretch the water supply
mission should be Gown. ThereIs settle Into ui n i it about tho One, by Rep. Edwin (0'. Wiliti, DFr ., Joh son who Is faced with his until next week when the filter
a, group of us In the rank and moon and ... > uf she astrofiaui D>La., removed a |,ruu-,1, >. rte; first showdown on racial Issues. plant is expected: to be repaired
Ol. who feel especially strong would detach In the LhM Just Glaring that no person fcn,dl "in Mayor James Rea of Nota- lie said these emergency meas.
that ,Apollo should be a sel ..sufOclent as they would In preparation fora rite, aid or abet" anyone te, interfere sulga, a small east Alabama ores Include the closing of the
program, and not rely on landing with the rights grantedby tow, :loa IJ all its schools: today schools.
the Ranger and Surveyor unmanned The LEM would descend to the provision. Opponents because of a fire In the The fire broke out shortly aner .
programs." within eight miles of the surface charged the language might prevent water filter system which left the Justice Department askeda
The disclosure came less than and the pilots would snap pictures newspapers from crltktz .-,.etha : -- the town abort of water. federal Judge at Montgomery
a week after Ranger 6 hit the and drop an Instrument Ing the public accommodationslaw. OATH OF OFFICE to newly elected from left are Joel Kuperberg Dr At nearby Shorter, six Negroes to prohibit Rea and others from
moon but failed to send back package which would radio Information attended classes again at .further Interference In the
pictures of the surface as on the moon's struc The other two, b) Rep. Council members was administered Frarcls: : Ford and Mrs, Casey Miller another school Integrated 'school desegregation.A

planned. The failure was the ture.Then Charles E.: GooWl, KN.and yesterday in Council chambers by City Archie: Turner/ mayor in right background Wednesday. hearing was scheduled for
12th:! In as many United states the LEM would render.vow Willis, tightened the l ncujfe of A boycott predicted tor that .Friday in Opelika on a govern.went ,,
Thomas shown with the oath few minutas
tries to gather data from space. with the mother ship for the ewnctltutlunal underpinning Judge Brown, took a school apparently failed! to ma. i I Iterlall" suit challenging Rea's us
craft intended to pus near the the return to earth of the sect km. back to camera Receiving the oath earlier (NEWS photo) About 75 white pupils


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, February 6, 1964 I ; rifle police found near the mur. People In The NewsBy t

r der
A "fresh" fingerprint from THE ASSOCIATED PRESS f

Reds Ignore French Following Jury his right Index finger was on PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (
-Red Skelton was AP\\
Will the telescopic sight.
British Lead
Evers was state field secretary be taping his television .

Sell Cuba TrucksPARIS for the National Association Hollywood today but he was
New Idea For AP-Attor. for the Advancement of Colored home in Palm Springs and says
AP Cuba is aboutto & sick sick
( > r to People. he's of his time slot

buy $10 million worth of J la Beck. The rifle, a telescopic sight on CBS.
heavy trucks from a French all.whlte and a fingerprint led police to For 13 years, Red's hourJong
BanGENEVA firm, Informed sources reported comedy show began at
Nuclear before Beckwith and he was arrested 8:30
today. Y \ 11 days after the shooting. He p.m., Eastern Stanaard Time;
The sources said Cuba would In the
(AP-The United self-pro refused to answer any questionson 7:30 p.m. Midwest. This
buy heavy-duty trucks, spare the network
States urged the Soviet Union told the the matter. season, moved the
to In an Immediate parts and possibly tractors rifle was start of the program back a
today join
from the Berllet firm of Lyon. .
r Made half hour.
declaration to ban the transfer Negro civ Dognapping
The French government, In
Red's ratings
of nuclear weapons to nations Evers
that do not have them. giving its approval, also agreed Crime In GeorgiaATLANTA he blames the time change
to guarantee 80 per cent of the
Soviet Delegate Semyon K. stint Ca. (AP) The
said. The
sale the
price sources
Tsarapkln Ignored the proposalin climaxed Georgia House of Represent TOKYO (AP-The youngest
first 20 cent will b. paid In
daughter of Emperor Hlrohlto
and launched Into a only ,
a speech tines approved a dognapplng
cash and the balance In two or
bitter new attack on West Ger. the Jury bill Wednesday that would make ex-princess Suga, will go to
three years. j the offense punishable by a prison Washington this spring for a
many. The French deal Is the second *** *N1
His attack drew a sharp rer the fer term of from 2 to S years. two-year slay Her husband,
buke from William C. Foster major break In tile Uspon. i Green is Hisanaga Shlmaeu, has been
The present penalty a yearin
director of the U.S. Arms Control cored embargo against Cuba, abjp iargr Evers by Jail, a fine or both. assigned to the U.S. capital by
resulted oth.
and Disarmament among 1 back with his employer, the Japan Export.
'41 House Speaker George
in / MI'111y1i
er things the crippling 01 the N4 *
who accused the Soviet dele island's Smith, calling for the vote, said Import Bank.princess .
gate of trying to "return the public transportation rIst 4NR his weapon "All in favor say 'woof.' The Suga lost her title

cold war to the conference system.Last month Cuba signed a Y'"Tfal lJi RKMJI Is ir Enfield woofs won 1347. when she was married. Shlma.
-- zu a commoner.
room. $ll.l.mlllion deal with Britain's
Tsarapkin's speech to the 17. IF WINTER COMES can
Leyland Motor Corp. for 400
nation disarmament conference INNSBRUCK, Austria (A.P-
buses and clutch of South American
spare parts
followed Foster's offer to negotlate Prof. Karl Fellinger of Vienna,
The U.S. government com. their shells, are shown In upper In internal
immediately with T'IU'Iip.kin a specialist medicine,
planned about the sale, but Brit. within "Mechanical ( i, t
keep warm has arrived in Innsbruck
for the ban on the transfer r rl and
of nuclear weapons.At ish officials said the busesweren't balm now In use at Caribbean r reliable sources say he's goingto

the end of the two-hour strategic goods. of their life, the ducklings were give the Shah of Iran a medl.

meeting, Tsarapkln told pews. close to 100 deg. F., matching cal checkup.The .
men the negotiations proposedby WELL. IT'S DIFFERENT temperature of Mama Duck. reason for the Shah con.
Foster "are not excluded," COLUMBUS Ind. (APEveryyear suiting Fellinger hasn't been
tiny youngsters have flourished
but he stressed that the West one neighborhood offers a disclosed.
take in the Duck Vaudeville
would first have to scrap its for the house part
prize with the best
planned multinational nuclear will delight Eastertide visitors. VATICAN CITY (AP)-Arch,
force. The West has rejectedthe Christmas decorations. ber of Hay-old Hottentot teals bishop Jose Slipyj of the

idea. When C.L. Carter won, he their mother's wake and Is Ukraine has become the first

The possible spread of nude.ar was cited for originality rather made of the smallest waterfowl Roman catholic to gain the tU ''
weapons and weapon tech than tie cf major archbishop. Pope
beauty. before and that was 30 \'
"constitutes Paul VI bestowed the title
nology a grave
His home was dark, had no teals hatched in captivity.
threat to the security and peaceof Wednesday on Archbishop
all nations, large and small," decorations at all, Just a sign world's second largest collection ; Slipyj, who was released last'

Foster said.Foster's readings "SCROOGE" Hottentot teal. are one.half the year after spending 18 years in
statement today was a Siberian labor camp. The title

an elaboration of one of the was created in 1957 by Pete

five major proposals president Pius XII.
Johnson put before the confer. Home Designed For / a Giy t
ence when it resumtd two t v 1 LOS ANGELES (AP) Vic

weeks ago.Bring. li 1 s Morrow, star of the television
series "Combat," has been sued
for divorce by actress Barbara

Bodies Of Morrow. The suit charged ex.

Fliers Back Who ', ;/, ;: : t treme cruelty.


Died In Germany 3 From Yank


Air Force fliers, newly
fallen in the cold war, return today Olympic Team
Criticism Of
to a tribute reserved for

heroes. r Under Arrest
They are the three officers a'f
who died last week when their INNSBRUCK, Austria (A.P-
defenseless Jet training plane ) Audit-Bryant Three members of the U-Si.
was sent crashlngto Communist team--one skier and two tobog.ganists .

East German earth by a Rus.slan -were arrested at the
fighter. ; (( ) Crltl. showing a profit now. Winter Olympics Thursday fpr
,, Develop The governor said his plan to
In salute, the Air Force mus stealing a car and disturbing
centralize the scheduling of
tered a guard of honor and the an the peace, a police spokesmansaid.
report flights by state planes, thereby .
'topmost Air Force brass to meet .
to the assuring the maximum passenger
the plane bearing their remains i A spokesman said Bill Marolt,
use was not working out
Gov. Far.
a year-old skier of Aspen,
from West Germany. ( '
The aircraft carrying the bod. CARPORT a li6ett loa it iota i, as well as he is hoped. Colo.; George Farmer, 25-year.
"There cooperationthan
his news more
old tObogganist of Seattle and
Sea of Lt. Col. Gerald K. Hanna. would be without ,
ford Lorraine i I results present his teammate Mike Hessel, 21,
Capt. John F,
the tber plan .tut..not- aa tnuch
dave \ Af
C BEDROOM BEDROOM )gone"or,., ,werq arrested
t- ; Cap:t..D .I.'dt 'MUlardtr :
could be done he' akU >
? and was > tr
: :/I' a. IC I- / a chase by two police patrol
if the The plan is voluntary, Bryant
cars in downtown Innsbruck
was due at Andrews Air Force
dotting ev- continued, and is being handledby
Base, Md., Just outside Wash. officer instead :
a highway patrol
Ington, this afternoon. HM 15W' LI T. All three were charged with
) of by an addition to his
Traveling with the bodies LN aggres theft. Marolt, who allegedly
staff which would have been
I would ,
were the widows and children drove the car, was also charged
s Y every "I" necessary U the filing of flight
of the victims with driving without a license,
but plans was mandatory.The .
we the spokesman said.A .
Heading the official delega. ;i'' IOw said plan was to have flight
spokesman for the
tlon due to meet the incoming U.s.
plans published in advance so
C ques Olympic team declined to make
plane was Secretary of the Air Y HC
R that state officials could sche any comment on the incident
Force Eugene M. ZuckerU
ule their travel to coincide.
Also expected to be on hand C CH American Olympic officials
were Gen.curtls E. LeMay, Air :i Johnson said that at worst the entire affair .

Force chief of staff, and other BEDROOM ) I Hoffa Lawyers was only a lark.

senior officers of that service. LIVING.DININC RM LIVING ) Feb. The police spokesman, Chief
The bodies will go to the Into Commissioner Karl Hampl,
home towns of the fliers for fu. 15' Ripping gave this account:
the mat.
town J
neral services Hannaford to this week The three were returning to

Austin, Tex., Lorraine to Jack. Partin StoryCHATTANOOGA the Olympic Village from a par.
sonvUle, Fla., and Mlllard to ISf/O-IS1 66 FRONT requested ty in an Innsbruck night club.
Uklah, calif. They told police questionersthey
Tenn. (AP)
I POR H found an unlocked
to A Teamsters official, who car
FRYING PAN INTO FIRE of agri testified against James R. Hot. parked in a dark street and de.

MIAMI FI a..(AP) Policeman L.-J its Florida fa at his jury.tampering trial, tided" "to take it out for a joyride

Norman T. Evans rescued a BY JAN REINER plans because it Is not symme den a 10 per admitted today a series of .
14-year-old boy from drowning! of ( 1m. youthful law violations, climaxed With Marolt at the wheel,
Many investment minded trical. To the right of the
with they crisscrossed the downtown
then arrested the youth. of Ag a reformatory
Evans said the boy had fallen families find in a duplex a sat party wall. It contains a two- term. section and were spotted by a

out of a stolen boat. Lsfying way to live and at the bedroom "patio apartment", ; But, said Edward Grady par. police prowl car when they en.

same time earn Interest on and to the left a one-bedroom In tin, 39, of Baton Rouge, La., tered a one.way street.
their Investment. An Imaginatively retirement unit. Theapartmenthas In leasing of "since I married and had my The prowl car tried to over.

MAKESTASTY designed duplex Is a far- a front porch and rear gar employ. (five) children, I never nan< another take the Americans and the car

cry from the run-of-the-mill age, while the unit has a smaller charge put against me un. took off at high speed.
duplexes mass-produced by porch and rear carport. Both disclosed til I met Mr. Hoffa." All three had completed their

merchant builders. A modern quarters were designed with ( that the Hoffa is international Team. events in the Olympics.

I II duplex should offer its two ten- cross-Ventilation in mind and were cor. stars president; Partin is busU
ness of .
ants nearly as much privacyand both have high and airy living- ) ( took No.manager 5 at Baton Teamsters Rouge. Local U.S. Backed Viet

Joy of living as two separate dining areas. ..... auditors Partin, who testified that Hot.
homes but cost less. The 8' x 8' garden-patio is and result often fa once offered up $20,000 to fix Forces Struck

SALADSIta.evV There is a saving on land because the ever-changing attraction ved ) the state. his 1962 conspiracy trial jury,

a duplex usually takes centered In the heart of the adver. underwent such a blistering defense .

less frontage than two separate apartment. Its screened roof ) show. assault in his past that It Hard By Reds

homes and some construction allows the sun to reach the interior ( ) when brought a warning from the

savings since one center of the living-dining area to Judge. SAIGON, South Viet Nam

wall (the so-called party wall) ,and gives it an unexpected dramatic sold ad. "The purpose here is not to (AP) Communist guerrillas

replaces two exterior house touch. Two sliding glass ; ( ) of degrade anyone by making un. struck their hardest blows
and supported charges U <; against .
a. walls, with additional savingsIn doors fuse this miniature Dlst. US. backed Vietnamese
Judge Frank Wilson told Harry government forces today sincea
footings and roofing. garden (with Its bush, pool with people talk Berke, Hoffa's Chattanooga law. Saigon coup deposed the old
Duplex No. 1590 -159.design. bubbler, and ground cover with ( ) show. yer. military junta Jan. 30.

d i 14'1. ed for an 85 foot wide level stepping stones) with the rest one ( "I'm Just tasting the witness's Major onslaughts were stagedin

lot. is rather unusual in floor of the house into one
for t.ie; Berke. northwest of the capital.
a being sue. Hoffa and five others are on
S the trial before Judge Wilson on defendants one.by.one with ale

set of the charges of trying to rig the leged attempts to rig the Jury.
: was being jury which heard Hoffa's 19C2 Partin, secretary>treasurer of

IBTAMAkflUNCrKONJ special trial. That trial, in Nashville, the Baton Rouge local, testified
Combn it would ended with a hung jury. Hotta told him midway in the

go to Deal. Partin said when he was IT 1962 trial he "would pay $15,000

JMVtD rVERY DAY FROM 11 AM-5 tM o;;= he served a reformatory term- to $20,000 to get to the jury."
He said he was to blame for which took away his UJS clti. At another time, Partin said
'm- iii} FLY NAPLES the fact that the Ocala facility zenshlp for an unspecified Hoffa boasted he had one juror
lost money when it first began crime. His citizenship has since "in my hip pocket" and added
Ai T U 0 r CeBfertiiU Dl l l l
$ w .. did have been restored
-- MIAMI operations "It the said partln. that a "hung jury is as good as
: direction it should have had," he Partin, who is under indict. an acquittal."
ment on charges of embezzling

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Lake Park P.T.A. -- .. t .:-. .._.. _..... =-: :. 'Chun day. February 6. ItU COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

To Hold ProgramOn k : f World Prayer Name Debby Allen

JVaplcs parI war,.. w:, )R
1. Dental Health Service FridayThe President Of FSU I

Q"J "Dental Health" will be the sixth and last devotional Panhellenic Unit

n subject of tonight's parent and service. In preparation for

teacher meeting at 8 p.m. In the World Day of Prayer Feb

l/ancteroilt J3eac/ the Lake Park School auditorium ruary 14, will be held Fridayat

according toClif ford Wen- ''N I +w r 10 a.m. In Hunkln Chapelof

Hy Mary A. Foster MI 2-5J61 zel, president of the Lake Park f the First PresbyterianChurch.

P.T.A. .
The regular monthly meeting Pine needle classes are being An announcement will also v"' This service, as were othersIn I

of the Naples Park Area Asso. held each Thursday afternoon In be made of the amount of funds the series Is sponsoredby

elation was held last Thursday the buUding on 103rd Ave. Mrs. raised forthepurchase of electric Naples United ChurchWomen I

evening, January 31. Meetlngwas R.P. Boyd Is the Instructor, and fans for the classrooms. All church women are

called at 8 p.m. by President anyone Interested Is welcome to of the project was bya Invited to attend. Mrs. W.R.
Jack Sharer, The Invocation was come. "Bake-less Cake Sale" in Colhnson of the Presbyterian i lya, !

led by Mrs. Helen Henning, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pekarekof which mothers made cash don- Church will lead the service.
the salute to the nag was led by Wlllett Avenue, Vanderbilt '

Raymond G. Foster. Business of Beach, have as guests Mr. and ations rather than having the IINiy L 1. r Rw Aura A.h /MR + p,sv. Revival
the meeting was tabled for time, Mrs. Joseph T. P. Hodous of bother of baking the cakes to Naples t'rn

In order to have the truest Brecksvllle, Ohio. sell. Center Site Sold

speaker, chairman of the Collier Soon to arrive at the home

County Commissioners, Dewey of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Writers ForumOn To Gospel 1 Crusade I

Polly, deliver his talk to Anthony Mlrro, of Oak Avenue, ,. ":,

the people. Vanderbilt Beach, are their Air TonightMembers Property formerly known as

Polly spoke on several items, daughter and son.ln.law, Ensign of the Naples Writ ,ln the Naples Revival Center and
and referred to the recent and Mrs. Arnold Lee Glassfrom ers' Forum will participate In I r4 t .' leased for the past year by the DEBBY ALLEN!

referendum bills, held up by tho their home in Newport R.I I.where a panel discussion at 6:31 o'. Gospel Baptist Church was purchased -
recent suit brought by a resident Ensign Glass is stationed at the Miss Debby Allen, daughter of
this week
clock tonight over radio station by Gospel C ru
of Immokalee.The U. S. Naval Base. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Allen,
first Item was the grass WNOO In the first of a serieson ABOVE i IS shown a colle, lion of 50 Anomie simplex limpet Diodora cay- udelne..ofSarasota.accord- 108th Avenue North Naples,

cutting, and a plan will be for. NOT REALLY STRANGERSMr. different phases of writing. shells beaches calico scallop Aequipectenof ing to Rev. Gerald Derstlne, Installed
mulated On the panel tonight will be very common along the enensis, vice-president of thcSarasota was recently as pre-
and a member from each and 14 rs.Harold R.Hulpleu Florida shell Calliostoma sident of the Florida State Unl.ershy's
of the outlying districts, Little of Wlllett Avenue have as guests E.Z. Fohl, Anne MacDonald, Ro. Naples and neighboring areas. The gibbus top- group. ,
Hickory Shores Naples Park bert Adams, Jackie Hearth, Kap. and of each shell euglyptum buttercup Anodontia alba, \ Panhellenic.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Campbell pie Kirk with Phyllis Luxem as genus species names Under the direction of Evan. Panhellenic Is the coordinating -

North will be Naples named and from East each Naples association ., of weeks.Indianapolis Vanderbilt, Ind.Beach, for Is two not moderator. are written underneath with the name rose petal Tellin Imeata, yellow cockleof gellst Derstlne, the organi.zatlon body for the social sororities

to form a committeeto new to the Campbells, as they Nineteen members attended the author or person who first de- Trachycardium muncatum, nutmeg plans to open as the on the FSU campus and

work out the way the grass had come here from Indianapolis their weekly meeting last night scribed the shell. (As a scale note Cancellaria reticulata, and wormshellthe "Naples Revival Tabernacle" regulates these sororities In
will be Absentee at the Naples Woman's Club when under the "full min with the best
cut. property gospel" accordance inter-
with the Hulpleus to vacationon Vermiculana knorri This chart was
Mrs. Luxem discussed "Chara. U.S. 50 owners will be given every con. the beach on their last tripIn istry. ests of University and sorority -
slderatlon, as to whether they 1958, and helped In the sol terlzatlon. In the top row, left to right are: the used by the Shell Club class on nomen Located at Avalon Estates theREVERE life in general.A .

will have their lots'out or have action of the Hulpleu home site 00-- Ml 2-2107 kittens' paw Plicatula gibbosa, jingle clature. (Cole photo) junior, majoring In Business -
the County cut them. Jack Sher. at the end of Wlllett Avenue. ....... Education. Miss Allen Isa

er and Ed Halllcy of this as. Now the Hulpleus are having the International member of Alpha Phi National -
soclatlon have been named by time of their life showing them
the board of directors to this the growth of this area and Napies. Treat Good Old Hamburger a New Way Social Sorority, a past member and
advisory committee that will be Language Used of Freshmen ,
Council and Is
Sophomore presently
formed soon. Hope to see a good turnout this -

1 Mosquito Control from Lee Saturday night, February 8, for ft, ( a Junior Counselor and
County line south will not go the card party. Play will startat w To Name serves on the Advisory Coun-

Into effect until after the new 8 p.m v international character of cil to the president of the Uni-

budget meeting, and that takes Anything for the auction? It y versity.
shell business and
place In October So, until that will take place on Saturday, the hobby,
In Florida Is de.
so common
good time comes, we shall just February 15 at noon. Realizewe --
monstrated the classification .
by >+
go on fighting the mosquitos. don't have attics or cellars
Orville Freeman
and of shell
naming every species
road plan sounds very good, and here, but If you look around, ,. to rules formulated a
the county is hoping to set up there must be something you have 1 according > I Gives No Hope To
by the International Con.
a revolving payment plan. Start. discarded that we can use. 'iTn
Ing with $20,000 to start the Please call me at MI 2.3361 grass of Zoological Nomencla. Tobacco Growers
g. ture, It was explained yesterdayby
roads, as the payments from or Jack Sherer at MI 2-4501. v
each property owner comes In, Someone will pick up your articles a spokesman of the Naples WASHINGTON ((AP) Florida
Shell Club.
the money will keep on working and thank you. w tobacco growers had little encouragement
for all the roads. It is going Mr. and Mrs. William Halllcy it ) a The names of the groups Into today from federal
which all and animalsare
to take time to set up this plan, of Vanderbilt Drive have vlslU .e plants officials that their tobacco acre.
and the people are asked to have ing them their friends of many divided are either of Latin age allotments for this year

patience. When your road Is pave years, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moyerof .: origin or from some other Ian. -- would be raised.Agriculture .
to Latin form
changed a DERSTINE
ed, you can pay cash, or go on Anniston, Ala. The coupleare guage Secretary Orville
the 5.year plan on the tax roll. staying at the Seaside Motelon This Is necessary because no Freeman told a delegation from
Is known purchase Includes both a church
other language today
As you know the abutting property the Beach, but spending all Florida and Georgia Wednesdaythat
and used scholars around the and
pwners each pay one third and their spare time with the dtor by building parsonage. there was little chance thata
world. Latin Is universal Ian. Plans for
f county pays one third. Hallicys. ? a regular Sunday evening 10 per cent reduction In ac rilelie
About 80 people turned out Mr. and Mrs. James Walkerof h e e e M rua e. The names assigned to services commenced last allowed for type 14 Quo

td hear Polly. We have great 94th Avenue and their guests, ar plant and animal groups, such week under the new leadership cured cigarette tobacco could be

hopes for this area, when all Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morrison, as classes, orders, families, Rev. Derstlne J. Preston Eby, restored.

these Improvements are madein spent several days last weekIn genera and species, are like of missionary to Mexico and Governors of both states, Mr.ris .
the and family names
the future. Key West, Fla. given Amos Kauffman of the Gospel Bryant of Florida and Carl
Would like to report also that people In different countries of Crusade staff conducted the Sanders of Georgia, and senators .
the world. used for
markers made by Buck They are
the street SAD NEWSAt and congressmen from the
Sims, and erected by Buck Sims, this time our very deep business legal, and other for. program. neighboring states, made the
The Crusade has affiliate -
Buck Perry, Ray Foster, Bill sympathy .Is extended to Mrs. ,..:<;., ... .. ,,,...-.... -.---;,.. mal occasions, It was explained. Gospel churches the lelle
Nicknames names
now Halllcy been and accepted Charles by Necas the county, have, em Arthur the very Davis sudden of 109th death Avenue of Mr ,BACON BLENDS WITH BEEF in a new version of tufled rolled meat loaf( and are also widely or common used for people United States and throughout abroad. Its Freeman he didn't told think the there delegationthat was

and they will now keep them in Davis on Monday of this week. rasvtouse canned beef gravy nlaket\ the sauce. plants and shells, such as Dick "Outreach" Includes establish- any legal way to cut the type 14

repair.; had been married a and Marge for people, Boneset emnt of missions and sponsor- acreage allotments' less than the
They only In a 10-inch skillet cook the beef that
stuffing over so and reweed for plants, jingle and
week and her loss is two fold. By CECILY bROWNSTONE Ing of mlsslona ry-evangeU ts cuts given other types of tobac.
bacon until crisp; remove and H is 1 Inch from all\ four idea, tutkey.wlng. for shells. But they
SLATE Editor
OFFICER Associated Press Food
Mr. Davis was a retired steel crumble. In bacon to Latin American countries. CO.
dripping Roll jelly-rail fashion, lifting
do not Identify the plantor
The nominating committee, worker, and came Naples park EVERY ONCE in a while gently cook the celery and garlic paper a* you do *o, Place meat shell outside of person a small, geo. The group reaches many other Spokesmen for the tobacco

under chairman R P. Boyd, seven years ago from Ohio. Besides American cooks who want to vary until wilted. Mix I in crouton roll on a rack in a hallow baking graphical area. They are of local areas through its magazine, farmers told him, however, that

brought in the following slateof his wife, Mae Grainger the appearance and flavor of our parsley walnuts end crumbled pan. Bake in a moderate (350 use only. Harvest Time and other books, splitting typos was not only la.

officers for 1964. President Davis, he leaves two daughters, omnipresent ground beef, are bacon.In degreea) oven for 1 hour. Lift pamphlets and publications gal but required by federal law.

Harold R. Hulpleu; vice-presl. Mrs. C.W. Glanzer and Mrs. attracted to recipes for making a mixing bowl beat the egg meat on rack out of pan and with ARRANGES CLASS Services wll be conducted Cigarette tobacco productionIs
dent, Lawrence Faller; secretary Shirley Hasseter of Chardon, hamburger meat into a stuffed add beef, salt wide a multUmllllon dollar enter
slightly onion two spatulas, place: meal on This year the vice president of until
Eleanor Sine and Sunday evening only, attendance
Mrs. ; Ohio; one son, Thomas Davis roll. That was exactly our frameof and pepper; mix thoroughly Turn nerving platter. Pour off fat from the Naples Shell Club has arrang. prise In a belt of agricultural
treasurer, Leland Boyd. On the merits full time pas land lying In north Florida and
of Cleveland Ohio. He wasa
mind when we came upon the out on a 'large sheet of wax pan; pour gravy into pan and ed a class for those InterestedIn
board directors for three years member of the Baptist Church, following rule we tried it, oral paper; pat into a rectangle (12 b>' sir over low heat with wooden becoming famllar with the torate. South Georgia. And officials In
are R. P. Boyd and Leo Camp. the Loyal order of the Moose Sunday evening, February 8, neither state said they were
tasters liked it. .
our 8 by 1 2 inch) Sp"un bacon !spoon to get up dripping, serve methods of classification and La.
bell. Election will take placeat and the Elks Club In Cleveland, with meat \iakea 6 services will be under the direction ready to accept the conferencewith
The nerving tin names of shells which are a
the February meeting. Ohio. The Rev. Len Spotts of original recipe specified of Evangelist Derstlne Freeman as the last word.
Mrs. Jack Sherer, the mem. Bonita Springs Baptist Church, small dry bread cubes for the Church Women feature of the Florida coasts. Florida had 0,873! affected
Noie. You stir. tablespoon
chairman has announced stuffing But we happened to Along the west coast of the state
bershlp conducted services at 7:30 growers this year, who grew to.
prayer have of the Hold Rummage of dry red wine into the there are about I ISO common I Ever n"dium-.lu onion*.
membersdurlnlthemonth a package new seasoned -
many new In the bacLO worth $14.6 million.
Tuesday evening Chapel
gravy if you like.Everglades. unpeeled when you are tmkitigpotatoes'
shells collected another
of January. A letter has crouton in our kitchen easily ;
of the Pittman Funeral Home. Sale TomorrowThe
feel the roasted
been sent to each family, not already Further services and burial will and ao we found it convenient to hundred found with difficulty; a. Count on a small rutabaga
a member of the association be In Charckm, Ohio. use these Along with the interesting Women's Auxiliary of OES round fifty that are scarce or hard unions' before Bending to. the yielding. after cooking, about

to join as this association Until next week, may the good combination of bacon the Church of God will holda to find; and perhaps a dozen rare table making a c.rau.uu. over I I 2 cups: mashed ur 2 cup
OfficersThe .
Is for all people In this area. Lord watch over all of you and parsley and walnuts called for, rummage sale for one day Elects species. Thus, the! ordinary col. the"r hutli-r lip and sprinkle inserting with a paprika square, diced enough for 3 tit 4 ftcrving ,
lector needs to know the Latin "
Contributing to the birthday keep you well.'Seven. the croutons produced good texture starting at 9 o'clock tomorrow Everglades Chapter OES ,
of only about a hundred
bank were Mary Foster, Louise and flavor. morning February 7, at held election of officers onjanuary names shells. With a surprisingly small

Juliano and Warren Geary Mem. ROLLED STL'FFEDMEAT LOAF 945 Fourth Avenue N, 20.Officers. amount of practice these can
ber.of-the-month was Harold R. WITH GRAVY for the
InMay' followingyear become easily associated with the
Hulpleu. Days 4 dices bacon are as follows: Worthy specimens In his collection.It Iu
Sorry to relate that due to I'4 Bud Wilkinson
cup finely chopped celery
Matron Alice Kill, Worthy Patron was announced by the, Shell 'Emerson
the lack of Interest, the square Fantastic 1 medium clove garlic, minced
E.S. Deasley, Associate Club president that at this year'sShell
dancing classes will not be held 1 1/2 1 cups packaged ara oned
Candidate For Show February 21.23 In
until further notice. croutons Matron M.G. Iles, Associate ,
the Woman's Club, some of the
RealisticBy Patron L.D. Conductress
But 1 4 minced
cup parsley exhibits will have the common BIG PICTURE LICHT-WEIGHT PORTABLE TVI
Laure Associate Conductress *
BOB THOMASAP 1 4 cup chopped (medium fine) Seat In Senate Simms, McCrea See names along with the formal,
walnuts Gladys ,
Movle-Televlsion Writer Latin names of the shells, This
HOLLYWOOD (AP) In I ell OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) cretary Charlot'e Predmore, will enable the public to com.

CASHFor "Seven Days in May," the latestin 112 pound ground chuck beef Bud Wilkinson, who gained Treasurer Dorothy Janes. pare the shells with those at

a cycle of films about high I small onion finely grated fame as a winning football Chaplain Shirley Bonard, Marshall shows in other parts of the state

politics, we are asktd to swallow (about 1 4 cup pulp Hud juice) coach, is out to win at a new Helen Atkins, OrganistKay and elsewhere In the world, and

Every a whopper that the Joint 1 teaspoon salt game--POIIt Griffiths, Warden Edith to talk with shelters in other

Chiefs of Staff conspire at sme 1 4 teaspoon pepper Clifton, Sentinel Bill Hughes places.A .
1 can ((10 J 4 ounce) beef gravy The former University of
future date to depose a presi Installation of officers will
NEED Oklahoma coach took the long.
be held In the Masonic Temple REGULAR COMMUNITY
dent.Fantastic? In this hlgh-voltage score equal success. It Is time awaited step Wednesday when LAWRINCF' Neb AP)
movie the plot seems chillingly ly, hard-hitting and perfectly he announced he will seek the> in Everglades on February When Jack Lemke started
Republican nomination for the 22, at 8 p.m. The public Is tearing u
realistic. The result Is a film down old farmhouse he
an dl.
that Is absorbing throughout its cast.No American actor can convey U.S. Senate from Oklahoma.His Invited to attend. coveted the place waan't vacant< 1ll 1 1i

twc-hour length and almost unbearably more conviction than Fre cheering section-mostly A dry hilt wine.. arose' win after all. II 9 qck i i ith

Medical and tense during much of rlc March, and he makes an Republicans-Is lined up on one 0' champagne all make eiuellentucompdiiimeril Living beneath the building 9

dental expenses !t. Ideal president-philosophical in side of the field, ready to help. to hiked ham 'for were 21 I rmooni. t two skunks end I ,
"Seven Days In May" Is not his lack of popularity, jealous of at a moment's notice. On the .1 companv dinner a tomcat -.
without Us faults but do his constitutional rights, capableof --- I I
Debt consolidation they other side of tho field Is the Jeer.
not stem from the actors. All of decisive action. ing section-mostly Demo'rats, ;

Household them perform with high skill, March 1. followed closely by but including a few Repul 11- Pei u'
expenses Edmond O'Brien as the senator SOnaI
lending conviction to a tale that cans. c
large and small might easily have dipped Into from Georgia and the presU state's No. 1 RtputM Llstenln "
The try
dent's clone ally. lie combines ,.
the preposterous. Gov. Henry Bellmon, I h a' 1 e dWIlk1l1.oo' Many Thanks a, ? ,
Auto repairs andmaintenance Picture this a Marine colonel, charm with political acumen, decision He said it e .

charges. secretary to the chairman of the and his humanness is ever ap "will strengthen:. Oklat,, ,, t't eEmN10 v L

Joint Chiefs of Staff, begins get parent. Republican part ,Jjd the) w w MNN. I IN
Mortgage and ting hints that something The nominal stars, Burt Lan. II.. ',,''aill. fW
system ,,,
party I would like to take this IMI, I In VU >bliArii'Emerson I
insurance premiums strange Is going or.. Hign com. caster and Kirk Douglas, per. oppor-
manders send about usual skill Leading the other "i., ft
messages a form with their as u AMERICA'S BEST BUY AGAIN SETS
racetrack pool. A secret com. the egomdnical general and the action: were Tom tuir .>-. J tunity to thank all friends and
mando unit has been set up near suspicious Marine. Ava Gardner Forest Beall, two' .eta\I .1.' ed my THE PACE FOR STYLE PERFORMANCE, AND VALUE.

(I El Paso The general has been supplies a welcome note of candid ,tea fur the cop, .'lifte i

playing footsie with right-wing. femininity In three brief scenes nomination, supporters who gave me their We proudly announce This set now avail
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era lying about It. Congresshas able In 7 colors! Black, white, alabaster, turquoise
PAYMENT TERMSTO been kept In the dark aboutan consideration and support in the
SUIT upcoming practice alert. SEE red, russet and

The colonel garners enough PRICED AT $109.95
YOUR POCKETBOOK! suspicions to Impel him to seekan City of Naples General Election.

audience with the President JACK KENNEDYFor
Then the President must deter I NO MONEY DOWNI 1 MONTHS TO

G.A.C.FINANCE(; mine Are the colonel's suspl. Sincerely

.- cons correct? If ac, what can rvic Dept For Color and B & W TV
be done to forestall the sedl. YOt'K NEXT CAR
Uon? George H. Reardon Jr.

The Ingeniously devised yarn CHEVROLETPh. GENERAL ELECTRONICS INC.
COM POMATION of the Fletcher KnebeUCharies INGRAM

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Good Needed Now And Then "',',,, ;:'J" ;' I-1":. f l) '..' prietorotingthrou.htheNi- lion the food"'0.4. to control the
Laugh t fa1yk>>:.MI?:'..: ; 4Si.kc' tional Federation of Indepen world's supply, and
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.:i-iof':': '. ," ; dent Business. favor the mean up prescribe
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"\ r'l" / introduced b>" Rep Bruce n*
It,is an unhappy fact that today most for a column or so of pleasant reading. { :",,: me Algir of Texas which amends tlon are to be taught

of the news seems to be' bad. News Unfortunately, this cannot be said of .,,J" the U,S. Constitution to provide see
International various
}; In these division
J no treat or the
paper headlines tell of riots in Cyprus, Rep. Powell or Malcolm X of the Muslim fVt. ag regiment d people of the United States arc

,trouble In Panama the ,death of fine tribe, neither of which could hold Col.Julian's t; i.I.J i./., ;. hail affect s. nwR represented by functionaries of
; :, the rights of the State Dept. and due to
young Americans in Viet Nam, Sukarno braid-drenched military cape !i!1 I U S. citizen machination behind the

threatening a donneybrook In his neck when he got Into high gear. v,.. :'. time OPPitncct scenes they do have the aulh
a to commit the
i b> the only people to
of the woods, le grande Cholly of Francenot Some fellow was always sitting on > 1J'It'; s<'note R I many course_ without the con
exactly acting like the good and true top of a flagpole for several weeks to '1 U CSS I Itl well to I I I lent of the Congress.* *

friend he's supposed to be and'so on prove absolutely nothing except that consider the 1! Further complicating the titlullon .

and so on. he needed some dough to keep the wolf 1Cq I IJI A backaruundI.adlnr to I* I'N admUnion with
I full voting power of the
Or* can get up in the morning feel away from his door. The Dodgers were ihlpropou I.--CW Harder new" nation In Africa and many eUe

ing fine and happy to be alive, thinking where they ought to be In Brooklyn In the (that' n tltutlon foreign there treaty it a I where with no previous back-
prultlo any ( showing
ground are
clean thoughts about friend and foe and had sense enough not to win any o\rr ride any national stale. lure enough to vole In a world ma-

alike. But this glorious feeling fades pennants. When they started doing that, or local with law the which terms may of In conflict the boh', Thus, many thing could

fast in the face of the barrage of bad they became no better than the filthy. trcati Of course, a* orllnallHIt'.n. )' 'happen themerkan to destroy citizen the right of

news that comes from all sides and rich Yankees. \ had. all to trestles be ratified and by agreement thebenale : eee

slowly forms into a lugubrious cloud of Babe Ruth's annual holdout for more V t ntll' the end of' World I At on the ob\new lously African extreme nation example .
It's for Mar II, thin conntltutlunal pro-
sadness time
despair I could conceivably' get the UN to
money was twice as exciting as Mr. tlnloit did not mean much a*
the noontime whistle to blow. treaties eft' approved i I'.otc tint all traffic police in all
K's whacking of a U. N. desk with his all foreign I the world must speak Swahili
and all
What this needs Is a good by the
country Till would mean that
scuffed-up brogans. entered Into with the belt everyU
( least full-throated were I S;; town would hate tn make
belly laugh or at a InlrrmtN' "t ,\ml'rh'lIn.' upper-
Then there was the citizen who UK defile nfficii
sure *|x>!keIhu
chuckle) at least once a week. Some most
African rMniirt
bale of the a. .
placed a hay on White House
said the needed .
fellow once country But formutioii i'f I the United
most of all a good five cent cigar, but lawn, threw a sewing needle into the Nation, changed: all thl*. While Of course the threat couldhe
middle of it, and then proceeded to determine to the public nt Inrj-e, UN was mimed b l \' dNnnndliiir the
things have certainly changed since his old as n forum for nil Iml'1I1I ('> and Marling a new' world
\(day, how long it takes. a man to find c::: : % to dmcim oxnl\| \ their dilleiuuo organisation with Its mope ('''"-
a needle In a haystack. This was very i _... ? and Meek .1 i (H-accful wilu lined to the aithltlem for which
It seems to us that" life used to be lion the "mil' luiildei*" luilh the majority or .\nlt'rlt'all.
happier a few ago. One reason important information, too. Millions of expanded tin *n'.)>to' "f the 01,:, thought the IN UIIH net up for
people have wondered about it. 1101,nil llliull. AituilU. UN i IK In the first place. Hut This could II
this was so, perhaps, was because of a = Diking. 10\\111'01 ill |It't'|>llK I'"I I result In 1 no organization I pro-
good crop of first class "characters" (some And that was only a *ew of the fine --J J>% ,;3.: i i'' ,,;., 'I'M Hulled, b\ <>n<' big i wild Mmmnt \ I tiding: ; for frccdH .UHSJOII. ||
that make <'1 1! In much better to keep nation
things happened to readingthe
people called them plain nuts) a. (talking together Thus pannage
reading the day's news a joyous pleasure. newspaper a joy There were no Largely due to dUKC-nxUm of the mriiMire proponed ltv
crumby stories about a British call girl LETTERS M within the I'S. the full Impart / Iteplger would protect
There was "Wrong Way" Corriganwho Today In WashingtonBY 1 of this control his not been \erh'un citizens from present
when refused permission to fly and her perverted friends; or about a I manifest Hut there are dhlnloii I. constant .harard of losing lilirrh .
beautiful but stupid actress living with Mltliln the ('S whith are I "n doc .biota cif a ,oallllon of
the Atlantic, swore he started out flyingone THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EDITOR L1i supposed In control all fat.cN ('unto lumen drum boatcTM.
way but wound up going the other another woman's husband while tryingto ..li i I' I 11, I I 'II'', -

so he landed in Ireland, much to his buy a divorce from her own husband.
lions were that this done to CURIOUS WORLD
was THIS
utter surprise and deep chagrin Call it escapism if you please, but WASHINGTON (AP) allow Continental to absorb the. ZONING CHANGES

Col. Hubert Fauntleroy Julian, "The you can't deny the news was a lot more Secretary DEFENSE convinced SAVINGS me for"The the higher costs of shipping on U.S.

Black Eagle of Harlem," was always good enjoyable than it is now. first time that he has saved vessels Editor,' Collier County News:
_A_ ""A.rEMiit.W some $4 billion/' declaredGeor. The government has decreed I am somewhat appalled by .
%::1cr.: :fmm: (la's tough-minded Sen. Rich- that 50 per cent of the wheat the Increasing number of applications MN.-EFUR SfAtS'tUP

: { iF" _.W N _, ,_ -" ard B. Russell after three daysof sold to Russia must be carriedon we are having for exceptions WATC'H0'0IfA.
American ships It they are ., I" THEiA.HAREM
closed door testimony by available to changes In our O WMCrRON
Secretary of Defense Robert S. zoning laws. I realize that \

McNamara."He many of these applications have L J
ARMY CAPS An Army de.clslon r
has from the APfULWITHOUT
V gotten away Issue merit from the standpoint of y "
OPINION . . . . and hectic the days Korean of World War War when II tigue caps to has already baseball-type cost tax.fa. the applicant and those similarly FOOD ORINI<.

than situated, and 1 also rea- '
payers more $1 million .
many contracts were on a cost OR. RE.SZJ
plus basis, or awarded to see Rep. Cornelius E. Gallagher, D- lize that the economy of our
that the pie was shared fairly," JU.t said today.In city Is dependent upon people
they have never been offered an eephant said Russell, chairman of the 1961, Gallagher protestedthe moving Into our city, and they
The Right Path? for $1 down and $1 a week. Senate's Armed Services Com. Army decision and urged re- are doing soln Increasing num-

Doctors advise walking for health, but -THE: LANGFORD (B.D.) BUGLE: mlttee and Defense Appropria- sack"tention of the familiar "sad sol. bers because they like Its dig-
type cap worn by
tions subcommittee and its charm.
we've yet to see a mailman who looked '* diers since World War II. nity
Under Russell, the two groups The minute the
trucKdrtver. opportunistic
U he could whip a .
as Gallagher
an Infantry company
I -THE SOMLKBET (MASS) SfECTATOR Importance of f an Octave have been sitting together to ex. commander In Europe profit dollar becomes' more important -
pedite hearings on the $50.611. {.
-ft When a woman lowers her voice, It'sa Nonplus defense budget for the during World War U, said the than the orderly,St rong, f yr
General Accounting Office re. growth of the city, Its complexion
sign she wants something When she next fiscal year.
raises It, It's a sign she didn't get It. Much of McNamara's "sub.stantlal vealed recently that the switch will change and busin- ;err '- IT W RARTHBR. rOM.EL .
No Sale on Elephants -THE HIALEAH (FLA.) HOME: NEWS savings," Russell told In headgear had cost $1,168,635 ess, generally, will suffer RACdTCXAfi TO BCAUMONt
newsmen Wednesday, are due since 1957 when the Army first Council members, hearing only TVXAC THAN IT W PROM
The only reason a great many American NEW) QAt
began experimenting with the side of the
to awarding more defense contracts one zoning exception -
Is that
families don't own an elephant THE GRUKfT PISH MAKES E,
"to the lowest bidder." new' caps. application, might well be A CRUMTINO SOUHD
And the new headgear Is convinced by the logic of the WHeN CAUGHT
"functionally Inadequate"
WHEAT TO RUSSIA The Individual
applicant's position.
cause It requires special lawn
Maritime Administration hears I write this letter to ask
E 'rs sa Y protests today of American ship Bering, Gallagher added. youto
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS i ,. ..,. do what you can as a news-
operators and labor unions, ',r.? !:W: : paper to develop an interestIn
some of whom contend UJ5.
grain dealers would make a Big Budget our citizens respecting the
Now-.-Compressed HistorySomeone windfall by shipping wheat to Chicago's 1964 city budget zoning hearings so that Council -
members have the viewsof
Russia on foreign ships weighs 3 pounds and 14 may
)Jias compressed the estimated 1 month ago Edison demonstrated Continental Grain Corp has ounces, and calls for expen others than the applicant.It .

50,000 years of the history of Homo sapiens the light bulb, asked for permission to use for ditures of more than $528 Is only in this manner thatIt I
sign flag vessels to ship about Is possible to know the will
Lean than three weeks the million
into 50 and with the Junior Editors
years come up Wrights flew. 10 million bushels of the grain and desire of the people regarding Quiz on --

following chronology: to Soviet ports, contending New Job zoning changes and exceptions -
1 week the atomic bomb and thehunting
ago i.]
For nearly 40 years man lived by first jet appeared, followed closely by able American under ships the are Maritime not avail Administration A Taunton advertises, England chiinney him.. and in this mannerwe SOAPSTONE5OAPSTONE
sweep _
and in can be sure of our individual -
slept a cave commercial television. rate guidelines for self as a flueologist"
12 years ago he built the find city Day before yesterday, Sputnik r. the shipments Judgements as representatives -

7 years ago writing was developed. Last night, the first manned space Continental, In contracting for of the people. 'ems 1
capsule the sale of more than $75 mU. For my part I have been not t5 A
2 years ago Christianity appeared Ever have the feeling that life lion In durum wheat to Russia, Attend Church only active attempting 10 hold COMPACTFORM
was just
I 6 months ago Gutenberg Invented the racing past you faster and faster? obtained a government subsidyhigher Sunday the line on established zoning, 4fS: OPTLC
but have been
than granted for export attempting to
printing press. You're right. It is.
\ It. other countries. The Indica. tighten It wherever possible.

-Si. Augustine Record :, I hope In so doing l am expressing 5OAPSTCNE'C TALC IS A CRAZY

:..:,.< > f::., <. the will of the peo- QUEER ROCIKTOO, I
College Overemphasised; ? ple. 1 believe I am, but I STUFF- GAN SCRATCH IT
CAS CD LAKES have actually no way of know- FeEls wiTi+
,, 'I I I I K F A elL I E EVEt1TA GREASY 'r P1kGEfj NAIL .,

A college education is obviously a -Is in our opinion all wrong. N U B I S v 1 CA R Ing.The next hearing is on Wed-
ACROSS R 0 T 5 I IN. 0 C: t1 I nesday, the 19ih of February,
highly desirable attainment.
But we John Gardner, president of the Car 1. Old cloth 27. Of Moslems M CET r; 0 A N r. p at 10 a.m., at which time the ..k,
sometimes wonder i if too much emphasis negie Corp., the philanthropic foundation measure 29. Oldest ... URN. TIT L E people will be able to express

i is being placed on its American which does much to aid higher 4. Medieval member f' RAM E. LET ... their opinion on the matter of
life today.According shield 30, II able R E. T. A 0 o. 5 A N S buildings on 5th Avenue goingto
education. raised
this issue in one of Cavon 31.lIal.
A GAG. 0 A'K. G I E three stories.
f to a national poll reported his annual reports lie said the "na 11. Thyroid commune E A M E L. 9 E N A C E. CarlO, Hoffmann .//r
on at the annual meeting in tional obsession" llnlenla' 32, Wrap- MAVEN
with college degreesis 13 Bacchana' aroundl A L A T C: Naples, Fla
Chicago of the Association of State having two "unfortunate consequences" lIan cry 36 Name 5 E. N 5 f. E N T f. R.

Universities and Land Grant Colleges U. Glucoside 37. Old Jap. PET
90 cent of the American In dlgltalil coin I'
per "On the other hand, Gardner said, SOAPSTCNE TALC '
e" ,
seeds 38. Death DOWN 6. Acid from By A. W. Mellor, DVM (
believes all should IS
public boys go to "it exerts pressure on the young per. a. Bt fond of camasl lichens \ IUR0ODTD GROUND I

college and 77 per cent believes all son to continue his schooling whether 16. Decade U.Jacob'lIon. 1' tiC! 7. Narrated INjn O/

girls should. or not he has any taste or aptitudefor 11. Homogeny 42, flowing i.I'd for. B, Football pCWpERI

These are high percentages, particularly It. This is often harmful to him; 19.OUi Through 43.forth Herring 'orr 9 field. I Ital QUESTION; Does the rtu",ie "soapstone" mean it's

that 90 per cent. The American It is costly to society; and it leads to 20 Insect t saga 4. TH"'(light, gamblinggame used (in soap making?
1 as t tO tii.LOCtiS
public rarely comes so close to make-believe education."On 21. Spoken 44 Utter poet .

unanimity.We the other hand, if he drops out 23.state lull1ed'43 Thing: law 5.dagger Malay 10 12.2.000lbs Equal mineral ANSWER talc; ,Although and soapstone i 15 l largely composed of the

have serious doubts about the of high school or doesn't go on to college f.... 18 Wire that is not why II rounG.4Jplalc II called Is often used in soap making-

proposition that college is good for ev- he is led to believe that he I t.3' / 4 IS ,/ / r 0 9 id measurement the slippery feel of Ute stone SO"'lolone., which The Ronny name 11 comes noticing from In

erbybody, if by "college" is meant has landed on the scrap heap and /I 11 IJ 19Haw food our picture Soapstone and talc are both "metamorphiC" rocks
> 22. Succinct V. -meanln, they have
the usual four-year course of study that further learning or growth is out ;-T.... 23. Tennis 0 timely They are both unusually altered solt lor by rocks great Pressures at one

capped by a bachelor's degree. of the question This is disastrousfor / game Icratching a bit or laic Ith her fingernail.; ThIs actual'II a

Unquestionably, some form of his morale and in the long run // I' /// 17..d 24I1kea cloud s In scale the or softest hardness group and softness for minerals and laic belongs

training beyond high school has great dangerous to society." "9 25 rifle Because of its
//V / Light softness
i : .' /: -:: /-j Q. I have soapstone II easily carved and
/ on English BullDog
practical value to both the individualand Perhaps our perspective on higher / 26, Last queen soapstone sculpture was made In ancient
&l I. H. lufUrt with What Assyrians and times by Chinese,
III ,' IS of go Eayplians.(
the community, in a time when education is getting distorted into an 01Z' Spain Soapstono resists acids and electricity -
28, Human can be don about this? f, O 10 II often used In
more and more available jobs are "obsession" The question Is Are we 17 "a ; I, race Melon, Victoria. Bntnh Col, Is also a good llnina for making laboratory table top. 11

demanding a higher and higher level approaching the point whether the / rU'1': "f 32 Sponge- Talc in slab form 11 also rjrr, Purposes and laundry and tub.when
A. The bulldog a thorMioicd dog to powder. i TT.
of skills. dignity and worth of the Individualare // : wood b'taHwt moirty ritrggh hit mowHicowling SE.I being valuable, 'lnUSin making crayons and chalk b-

But the Implication that all boys equated with the number of years Jl -', 'of JS ': ,J 33, Cain'sbrother him to i.olo* .. lorg amount however. is in the mixing"J soap of manufacture the } Its greatest value,
and girls should go after higher education he has spent In school? 374t /, S JJ 14" 34. Fume 01... Som of th. iwalloood air w.1I talcum. preparation called
/ pals into tie. ..n'.noIIrClc/cowl .
in the traditional sense of the The aforementioned poll might be 41 41 33 Eo Ind. got, To h.lp your dog lt.d him char FOR 'OC TO DO: Start
// milky vine rock
term that a college education is taken as evidence that! we hav 36 Lair cool txKuiM .r tobltl rgvlorly' red loose stones from af'lWld your home collection by gathering

a prerequisite of the good and full life reached that point already /4 / 4' 39 Bark Ing..oIlts..Iood..y him from ( hit food. and examples where and of when soft you rocks found Trl .?Clud. Mark soapstone each one and talc telling"

-Moline( Daily (lisp < for Mm* 27 ruin. err "'...>....... 40 Slam coins ooIIe.mg Hop forge VoHing omountt o< wr perhaps you could buy thing to get these by swapping or .

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1964 NEWS
I 5
..... ,; }Iiii( .
See ProgressIn
fi'...! ,.t #'

f FEC OperationOf the Bank Holding Company Act.
ClevelandRace In a separate development in

w. Miami, the Federal mediationand
rr" StruggleCLEVELAND Spur Awaits Conciliation Service roes Into -
a second day of talks aimedat
':.. M tl,l1 Debus' obtaining a formal contract
Ohio (AP) R ReturnCAPE between Radio corporation of*
Cleveland's school Integration rrti ,ei+ran
America and cameramen who
1, r KENNEDY (AP)-The
crisis which was marked by .
Photograph Cap Kennedy'rmlssU.s
absence of Dr Kurt H, Debus,
violence at one school a week
in flight.Commissioner.
Kennedy Space Center director,
ago, is over a major hurdle. John R. Mur.
was expected to postpone a da.
The United Freedom Movement said'
:vision today on whether the ray of the mediation service
a confederation of civil strikebound Florida East Coast "w have now moved talks
I rights groups, has accepted the railway will be permitted to operate from Cape Kennedy Into Miami.
Cleveland School Board's latest
Our objective Is to obtain a for.
a track Into the Mar
spur .
proposal. That proposal calls for #
y at rUt Island Moonpcrt mal contract before we leave
immediate integration at three "
However Sen. Wayne Morse,
predominantly whit schools DoOr., told the Senate Wednesday The missile photographers,
whose vacant classrooms were night he had been Informed who number some 350, struck
being used by classes transport. for three weeks last November.
a strike could erupt at the Cape
ed from the predominantly Ne.tro today, closing down constructionon They returned to work under a
e Hazeldell School. true worked out by the mediation
i defense and space, eight fa.tlltles.
The Hateldell pupils In the service.
I .
1 a future will be considered as :
4 Dr. Debus was reported to ISN'T IT AMAZINCI
*: pupils the receiving schools
/I t; and will no longer be segregat. be on the west coast and not ex. MEMPHIS Tenrt. (AP) A
ed, the board said. pected to return until Sunday newcomer to Memphis was asked
The UFM announced after a night. by a cashier the other day where
t The FEC has been operatingwith she
; came from
rally Wednesday night that It is
nonunion workers since Jan. "From Scotland she said
calling an end to picketing and
s r1MrvA demonstrations. Planned boy. 23 19C3, when 11 nonoperallng the pipes skirling in her voice.
cotts of schools and downtown unions called a strike over do. "Wel I,honey," Bald the cashier
stores also are canceled, the mands for an Increase of 10.28 kindly "you sure speak Englishwell

UFM said.The 'CONTAINER FOR THE GOLDFISH' Is what this Chinese cents an hour.Spaceport unions. have threat. for a foreigner."

Association Colllnwood, the predominantlywhite Improvement water jar dating back to the )18th century Ching dyn ened to strike If the FEC moves YOU want the beet
for mobile
X1"3 group Involved, met asty was called. It was usually kept in the house or freight on the 4' to.mUe the covernment.owned Moon.* home on your waterfront

Wednesday night for two hours garden. This one, the property of Mrs. Eugene C. spur BEAUTIFULLAKE
.. but took no action on the school port.A
'" ------ board's plan. Gandees, is on display at the Bank of Naples, loanedin Presidential Commission KELLY

HERBERT A. LEGGETT known as "Mr lust returned from a world tour which "We want to give this matter honor of the bank's 15th anniversary. It is a recommended Oct., 18 that the
National Aeronautics and
Economist of Arizona", and a famed took them to 30 foreign countries. The further consideration," said AU museum piece brought to this country by the lateA. Administration boycott the Space FECto
bert A. Ballew the association's
I banking authority and public speaker, Leggetts are close personal friends of president. D. Whiteside, one of the founders of Dun & Brad. remove the strike threat

is shown with his wife, Martha, at the Senator Barry Goldwater a Republican street. The picture on the outside is of an old legendof However i and ,FEC space representativesbegan agency official 0

Surfside Apartments, where they are candidate for the presidency. BriefsThe China. The jar is not the work of one potter, but negotiations on the con.

vacationing in Naples The couple has (NEWS photo) Style -. rather the result of a fine division of labor. troverslal issue Wednesday In. Lou from
dlcatlons were that the talks
Hocking industry him nets or as minute an men i, ') were created to let dealt largely with contract obll. $995 sp
Arizona Visitor finally overcome the horror of they're diamond-Hhuped or In- tanned kg. gleam through gallons and related subjects. $100 d_.
Helped hole simply by making holes determinate. The rot'.rnll are In truth, the alyle idea was not Morse said the FEC has along $15 per M..at.O.D.LUFF.
I fashionable. rue-planned and spoiled, by any really cooked: up to glorify holes. record of "disregard for the or.
While this revolutionary idea unintentional addillnns, howoVitr. Hut keeping the golden tanned derly processes of collective .
has the entire They are a purl of the lacy 'leg girl in hone who Ret. RM| Estate Breker
Launch Goldwater CareerBY not swept hosiery ordinarily bargaining under the railway labor
Stewart R. E.
A Dew ,
fashion wardrobe it is doing art khupmg up on atl-kized game. abandons them during the warm act," and that he plans to
421 8t.h.
nicely for sportswear and athome.Theholen Frothy white of course, the airy weather could very easily be the Introduce legislation which at. No.
are as large an fish- textures (a euphemism for reason would make the line subject to Phe.. MI 3-tm
VICTORINE MURPHY president of the Valley National our manufacturing skills, but -

Bank of Phoenix, the lar- In observing European and Japanese
Herbert A. Leggett, a retired gest banking institution In the manufacturing tech-

Arizona banker humorist, Rocky Mountain States, was so niques, he Is convinced those
public speaker and author, who delighted to reach the shoresof countries are not producing
Is vacationing In Naples, is the United States, that he quality products such as motorcars Come Out To
one of a small group who first literally kissed theground when and electric appliances .

talked Senator Barry Gold- he disembarked at Port Everglades "Possibly they are operatingon

water, Republican presidential last week. a larger volume but they
hopeful. Into entering politics."I Leggett believes that the have not enough skilled workers .; r
was one of the first people European Common Market has ," Leggett states T.

In Arizona to urge Barry "bogged down due to the pigheadedness Leggett Is a native of Minnesota -
1 : to run for a seat on the Phoenix of General De- who worked his way
City Council,"said Leggett Gaulle" and this has helpedthe through prep school and Princeton "
"That was Barry's entrance U.S. economically. University His whimsical ROYAL HARBOR

In politics and he won hands The most striking observa- essays are said to be among
down. He has never lost an tion he made while on their the most widely reprinted of all

election since." world tour was the fact that U.S. banking publications. }

Leggett and his wife, Martha, the two most "dynamic coun- Almost effortlessly, he has .
have just completed a 40,000 the defeated authored humorous
tries" today are such quipsas
mile world-tour of 30 foreign countries -- Germany and these: "As a result of auto- *, VISIT THESE MODEL IIOMES TODAY.

lands. The Journey took the Japan mation, the employment situation .1''
couple one-and-a-half years Senator; .George Smathers of Is so bad that now com-
transportation was by air. 'f- of the : /" ;;; 'I . .. A.1!. >U ",I'.t.t.ul: .'. ''', ; "
Florida was a shipmate puters are even putting the old n.f: 1. "tMnm :'' "JQ.\\,| ,. ,. .j .
Und, sea and sometimes by Leggetts on the SJS. Presi- ones out of work" and "now I

camel. dent Roosevelt on way to Hong adays, everyone Is so edgy they

LIKE NAPLES Kong. Leggett was much Impressed give tranquilizers to dogs to
with the Orient and them "
help tolerate
people. 11'
The couple Is currently staying -
states that the people there know
at the Surfside apartment
how to cater to the tourist trade NO PREDICTIONSDoes v
of Walter Rasche but they are ;

so Impressed with Naples, they LACK SKILLED WORKERSThe -
Leggett, an Intimate
have rented a house here and
will remain for at least three banker has much respectfor friend of Goldwater, believethe I I
American tech Arizona senator has a '
more months. production .. __ 1
chance the
Known as "Mr. Economist of nlques. He said It has long to grab Republican _
Arizona" the former vice- been fashionable to downgrade presidential nomination?
Leggett is not a politicianand 1.J

..."..., 0 Is making no prophesies. ; -
;. 1 o/ 0 0 '
be known as a "retired econ
omist" and to enjoy Naples' I' "
Portable '
The Reliable ,
balmy weather. [ .

''i; With A Practical Price! : "In corporate America, every ....-......-,....,....,.;;;... .. .. _.-. ;t L. )\
executive ultimately reaches 'j'r., ... .
;:;;:;: .L&
a point where the sign on ..... .. ',,; ..-. -............1 .. '
INCLUDING ,-LJ .. ,... ;'Ioot.-. T d.S"
$148.88 ... ; .
STAND a hia offhie Hivir rnifls. "Ow ., ''.-.... 41'.r: "
: t.
.....-- his office door reads 'Outto "' -- .... ., I : .
> i-; : .
I'l ? Pasture' Instead of 'Out to ;", '. .... .
: Lunch/ he states "This new F r.. .,..... ; oi. I. I... ,, .. 0

t'lio --. status score normally and five occurs numerical at three 'f.f'" 1,:, u:;.._.'OJ. .r.; .....:I : Ygar'n

years though It bears no relation
; .
to one's mental or physical
age. When the timetable -

says you are washed up,
brother, that's It,

not"However be an unmixed retirement calamity.Old need. 5 Homes Now AvailableIn

age Is, as the stock bro-
kers put It, in a bullish trend.

Americans are not only living .,' (." ,
longer but an increasingly large
Harbor ..
number will have real Royal '
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due the
spend to generous
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For Immediate
n.r.nlonl' polyetynne cu. ture. Senior citizens so-<:.U. Occupancy
:rMOTOROLA- ed, will soon be the best heel
ed group In t the nation."
We invite you to come out and see why so

TARTAN DEATHS FASHIONABLE many folks prefer living in Fashionable
LONDON (AP) Dr. Alfred : Royal Harbor.
(.Own*,....MM.. in... Wiener, 78, considered the J''I'' M -4{-
.... .
o'cl." .1' '''.1 world's foremost chronlrUr nt .

with lull year guarantee IUd oppression, died Tuesday.He .
was the founder and until i
retirement director of the Wiener .
Library In London.

7Qr4/7 Every spacious .homei.it. is dimtly'on the water, fully sea-welkd.
Motorola m----: MOSCOW (AP) U, Gen
ModesRADIO Victor Bortsoglebsky, :31, presiding and nerved by city utilities. Within tM Naples city limit, juat 6 minutest
TABLE I officer at the espionage 1 t j' ,
: trials of U2 pilot Francis Gary from center-of town shopping
$14.95"Opn Powers and British bu.inesa-
: man Crevlll Maynard Wynne
lot Harbor will build Undine dock
is dead, the government news For every purchaser, Royal

Friday Nits 'Til 9 ...M." pap.r Wednesday Izvestla announced free of charge. Or, if you prefer contribute the tame amount towardthe

construction of a slip.
TOKYO (AP) -Cen. nan Scu.
chi, 60, deputy director of the

General Red China's Political army Departmentof dUd in t:71F: 'd Drive out and s<,. Royal Harbor today take U,9.1 and turn aouth on

'Pftklnc Thursday, the N.w Chi.
1f01lS GIIddiIf na News Agency reported. Sandpiper Street Telephone Inquiries: Call Alan Foster, Gen. Mir.. or

HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ver. Ernie! Blodg-ett at Midway 2-47aA-f>r your favorite Real Estate Broker.
nU Rohrer Peppard, 74, retired
ipera singer and mother )

of film actor George Peppard WHERE EVERY BACKYARD BAYFRONT
lied Tuesday of a heart attack

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, February 6, 1964 enable
Emperor Hirotuto 10
paigns, twice against Spain and Around travel outside hU country. .(
Emiliio Aguinaldo
No Japanese ruler has ever
once against the United Stales traveled abroad. I(
Agulnaldo's body was to lie Instate
Philippine Hero, at his home on the south The !government bill providesfor

Dies In Hospital shore of Manila Bay, where he The WorldBy of the creation emperor's of a proxy absence in case or
proclaimed Philippine Independ.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) ence and the first Philippine republic slight illness not requiring investment
The Philippine began 15 daysof on June 12, 18118. Later it THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of a regent Crown
national mourning today for may be taken to the presidential Prince Aklhlto, 30, would be firstIn
Gen. Emillo Aculnaldo, hero of Malar ananf Palace. WASHINGTONSoutherners line as proxy.A ;
the Islands' independence struggle Funeral arrangements were raise the cry of palace spokesman said he (ti "
at the turn of the century. "steamroller" knew of no plans for the 62. I 4
Incomplete, but the family said against a bipartisan 'k- a
Agulnaldo, 94, died today at burial would be at the Manila group that so far has year old emperor to !go over. t rr
Veterans Memorial Hospital In Bay home. crushed all attempt to weakenthe seas k
Manila after his third heart at. civil rights bill in the House.
tack in eight days. Nearly blind NEW DRILLING TECHNIQUE? The big tax cut bill moves LONDON ((AP)-Britain has : !,1 1 va
and unable to walk, he had CIERMONT, Fla (AP-Two close to final passage. A vote is agreed to sell 300 guided attack
spent most of the last four years expected tonight or Friday.INTERNATIONAL missiles to Saudi Arabia for an
dentists like to pull bowstringsas
estimated $1.4 million, inform
in the hospital. His 82.year.oldsecond
wife died there last well as teeth. Dr. Tames R. The American airlift of dependents ants said Wednesday night ,, 14 } ..
Davis 3rd and Dr D.C. McCoy from Cyprus ends aft Britain and the United< states y+ke. ? '
May.Philippine and American lead. share dental offices during work. er half of the women and chll. have sought to avert an arms
ers joined in tribute to the old hours and archery targets dren decide to remain. Three race in the Middle East by coordinating .
warrior who led barefooted ing persons are killed as violence their sale of weaponsto
peasants in independence cam during nonofflre hours flares on the island. nations in the area. However, :: '
The Philippines tries to find the British government has taken
an avenue toward peace be. a somewhat more Independ.
tween Malaysia and Indonesiaat ent attitude since the U.S. sale
OPEN HOUSE! the Bangkok conference of antiaircraft missiles to Israel -d"' '
NATIONALA several years ago to ease Israeli A'r't\c-: !
fears about Russlan.built '
Daily Through Feb. 12 water mysterious filter plant fire damagesthe in Nota. jet bombers in Egyptian hands. r-: :

sulga, Ala., as the residents -. --- Y ; -i---iA "'" ,-
await the next move In the
10 A.M. To 5 P.M. school desegregation dispute. Would RequirePrescriptions ---
Mayor James Rea closes thecommunity's In FIELD TRIP yesterday for the third graders from ACL Champion,,: from Naples Cars followed the sto-

South Golf DriveDon't The survivors schools.of a dramatic Everglades Included a train ride to Fort Myers, a "first1 dents to Fort Myers and returned them to Evergladesfor
526 shipwreck off the California Legible English most of the students and a first for Mrs Merle in time to catch the school bus home. Mrs Lois Smith

mill seeing this attractive home overlooking & coast tell of the suspense while FRANKFORT, Ky (AP) Brown, one of the chaperones. The students rode the i IS the teacher (NEWS photo)
they were waiting to be res. Rep. H. L, Taylor, R.Barbour. .
the golf court It offers two bedrooms, two --- -
cued. vllle, Introduced a bill in the
baths with vanities, a large living room, dining state legislature Wednesdaywhich Knew How To Beat Many Thanks
area, den, electric kitchen and spacious screened COPENHAGEN, Denmark he says will protect drug
Central and air conditioning and (AP) British Foreign Secretary .purchasers.In Cold, Found Warm Everglades iI}
porch. Richard A. Butler has its entirety, It read: UnconsciousSANTA Aired At City
lovely landscaping are among the house' many skeptically dismissedF r en c h "All medical practitionerswho By Juanita Weldon
assets. hopes for neutralization of write prescriptions for BARBARA Calif. Council MeetIt
Southeast Asia in cooperationwith drugs shall write such prescript fAP-Henry Lopez 4t a kitchen Wednesday morning children what Impressed them most.
Realistically priced, it's one of Naples better buys. Communist" China as "a tions clearly and In plain En.. worker, knew how to beat the was "thank you day" at began to gather at the Ever- "The seats let back \when
distant glisi language and all pharmacists
Utopia. cold when he accidentally was City Council yesterday. button" "The
earlier than usual push a
glades ((7 you
Noting that Britain had rec. who sell drugs shall clear locked Inside a food freezer at Retiring Mayor Francis Ford
/4d Wd1 ognized Red China tor 14 years, ly mark and label, in the Eng. a restaurant.He started the "pat on the back" a.m.) There was something window\ shades go up and down
Butler, in a speech to Danish llsh language, all drugs dispensed move by commending the "80 different about this group with a button" "The
students Wednesday night, and sold." built a fire with vegetable per cent" of the voters who par. though. They were all young sleeping rooms looked very
warned President Charles de crates. tlclpated In Tuesday's election boys and girls, with a few mothers comfortable" "As we
"%144oelate4 ; e41eoa4O Gaulle not to expect any quick BUT NO CIGARETTES The idea backfired. and then hada"thankyou'forthe arriving also. Of course II! went over a trestle It looked
settlement with Peking becauseof Employes opened the freezer voters for expressing confidenceIn Mrs. Loli! S=n1h ami! her tnlrd like piles of mashed
605 5th Ave., South his decision to recognize the PHOJ-NIX Ariz. (AP) Superior door 10 minutes later and found the "old City Council" by potatoes
C grade pupils planned to on
go sand with
Communist regime Court Judge William A, Lopez warm but unconscious. returning members to the board. ( ) a ribbon (creek)
Holohan has found a uu for hn a train ride this morning. This running through it" ,
Phone MI 2-2124 buttsHo Too much smoke,doctors said. Newly elected Mayor Archie would be a FIRST for '
cigar everyone Did notice how the tracks
TOKYO (AP-The Japanese He was reported in satlsfac. Turner took the oath of office and you
government submitted a bill to uses tlx'm at tobacco for tory condition after hospital made a brief speech In which he In the room but Kip lies. looked when we switched tracksto
Parliament today which would his ripe.FORD'S treatment. had "thanks" to the voters who This veteran of train riding go over the bridge" ,
elected him to office. went about giving pointers on and "You could see the engine
Retiring Councilman Dill Sen. how to enjoy the trip. ahead of us as we went around
tell rushed out of Council Cham. At 730 the 19 chUdren. the curve going into Fort My-
bers before he heard the motion Jeanie Robinson Robert Robin- ers"
commending him for two yearsof son, Rosanne Brown Jennifer The pan each one listened
service to the city as a coun. McC rea,Debra Weldon Cynthia for, but did not hear was "All
cil member.
_ RACING PROGRAMBUILDS Architect William Zimmerman Morris, Brenda Daniels, Aboard" as the train pulled oat
got a "thank you" for holdinghis Brenda Brown, Clifton Martin, of Naples. *
fee for designing the Re. Allen Barrs, Keith Singletary,
creation Center to within limits Ricky Hughes, Nancy Morris, Spencer Attends '
permitted under the $60,000 orl. Kim Thompson, Morgan
glnal allotment for the center. Smallwood, Frankie Bratnan, Moose Secretary
The center Is to cost about $82,. Kip lies, Diane McKinney,
School At Orlando
500.Zimmerman Kelvin Townsend, teacher Lois
retaliated with a
Smith chaperones Merle' Robert W, Spencer, secre-
BETTER CARS "thank you" to Council memo
bers and the recreation center Brown, Jimmie Robinson tary of Naples Moose Lodge
''t committee he worked with in Mavis' Hughes, Juanita Weldon will be one of 46 secretaries
': planning the unit, "for splendid Mary 'rranctsSa?AubfeY',' J j Jdrida: Moose lodges.attending -_
u cooperation. Morris piled Into the awaiting the Secretary Administration '
cars and drove to Naples School to be held at
where each child bought his own Orlando on February 15 and
Peggy Lee Will ticket to Fort Myers and boarded 16.

'r How Ford racing Wed Fourth Time the train. Four of the chaperones Carl A. Wets, supreme secretary
drove their auto ; and William G, Stanley
__ I It HOLLYWOOD (AP) Singer mobiles on to Fort Myers where deputy supreme secretary of the
helps bring youa Peggy Lee, 39, announced plans they picked up the children and Loyal Order of Moose, will be
Wednesday for her fourth mar. took them to the Lion's Park In charge of the school whichis
rlage-to Argentine-born bandsman for a picnic lunch. designed to more fully acquaint -
Ir better car Jack Del Rio-In her Beverly Upon their return to school, the secretaries with their
Hills home Feb. 21, the children gave reports on duties and responsibilities

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Thursday February 6, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS J

Seeking Four Missing Johnson Talks of a $5,790 judgment for the
nior College IiTF Wackenhut Corp., Coral Gables,
Politics During Cigarettes BackIn which furnished security guards. .
tor the factory
'ilding Site Students On ] ProductionNotob Puzant Toriglan developer of
New York '
[accordance with action of Stay pro duets, the lettuceUeaf cigarette said
worked out
Not ob agreement'torepay
after a brief
florid* Baptist State Con- LK., ,
Mountain NEW YORK (AP)-President shutdown In production of Its Wackenhut and said all
Ion In November. 1963. re- TopAPFour Johnson eager for New York's lettuce-leaf cigarettes was back creditors could be paid within
ing the possible establish- 43 electoral votes In the November in operation today. two months Toriglan said he-
i of a Baptist junior college ( Syracuse Unlversl. election Is emphasizing The firm was closed earlier held a chattel mortgage on the
[Florida Baptist Education ty students, missing since Mon. meetings and discussions during this week when the Charlotte firm's equipment as security for
mission makes the follow- day in the wilderness near the Ms 29-hour stay In New York County sheriff's office attemptedto consultation and for the us* of
announcement! highest peak In the northeast, city attach Us equipment because his manufacturing proc.... _
he Florida Baptist Educa- were found alive today. L After lunching with editors of
I Commission Is ready to re- They had taken shelter In a the New York Times today
mountain hut. They were spot Johnson had an afternoon ap. FISHERMAN'S PARADISE
offers of
e sites for
ted simultaneously by searchersIn pointment for a closed meeting Everything FOR RENT the Fisherman needs.
it 1st junior college to be the air and through telescopes with the 30.member executive
pted In the state. Such of- by searchers at the foot committee of the President'sClub 1964 Fibreglass Boats 1964 Johnson Motors

should Include the follow of the mountain. AL of New York. This is an Fishing Tackle and Bait (Live Shrimp)

I requirements. A ground rescue party hurried organization of people who have Fishing Guide for Full or Half Day Parties.
J. An adequate campus siteo UD the trail to a rendezvous given at least $1,000 to the
less than 100 acres. It6t with the hikers, and Democratic party. Plus
have a clear title and be radioed back that all four "ap. Johnson also was prepared to Waterfront Efficiency Apartments
Dear in excellent condition." meet with U Thant secretary
L put right It must gift.be accessible to They were found on the fourth general of the United Nations Isles of Capri Fishing Lodge
day of an Intense search which provided Thant got back from I
[ population of the generala had been hampered by heavy an African tour. It seemed 7 Mi. So. of Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2-5704
of Its location and In a snow, freezing cold and winds of ee doubtful U Thant would arriveIn
able environment 100 miles an hour. f time to see Johnson. The t
I. The lendIf The four .. ..
topography must young men were President departs for Washington

to campus development. spotted early on the first clear A PICTURE of William L Clarke, Jr., ner yesterday, lust before Turner was tonight
since last when .
morning Friday addressed
I. It must have adequate Wednesday night, Johnson
titles and drainage. they set out for what was to bea Mayor of Naples for more than 10 sworn into that office Clarke was appointed the annual dinner of the The Agency With Personal Service:,,-

i. Communities which are four-day mountain hike. years, was made available to the city mayor in May 1934 to serve Joseph 0. Kennedy Jr. Foundation

bested In presenting pro- Massapequa They are: park Robert N.Y.Koppe.; Peter 21, by Mrs. Lois Clarke, and will be placedon out an unexpired term and then was Paying, a nonpartisan tribute to organization.the memory I a.

; lals should. In addition to the Capelll 19, Rouses tolnt. N.Y.; the wall of the mayor's office along elected in January 1936 and continuedin of President John F, Kennedy.Johnson 'j
,stipulate any other resour- Craig Fournler 18 Tonawanda "we shall finish A d.p.nd.bU agency, rwpooibU *-
p have served office until February 1946. He was promised
with others who in that
s that could or would be avail- N.Y.. and Peter Bradford 25, his fight"*' against every foe for protecting you, your
Je. Syracuse N.Y. capacity. The picture was presented to succeeded by W. Roy Smith. "of the land he loved and the .family, '"horn Iniurable( and buttimttainit thrust

offers are to be sent no later They had found shelter in a Mayor Francis Ford (I) by Archie Tor- (NEWS photo) people he served." of lose through ry a pUnnd praram .>
in April 1, 1964. to Charles mountain hut owned by the U.S. Kennedy had planned to ad. of protection guaranteed
Forestry Service at about the dress the dinner, originally I. of
+ Walker Chairman Florida by com pan unqdOMCl
I tilt Education Commission 5,500.foot level In a valley In Accra and called U Instlgat.ed was reached Dec 18, 1961, the scheduled for last Dec. 4, and financial itrwifth.
called Edmands Col on Mt. Jet. U.S. RecallsAmbassador inspired or condoned by 370-fout high rork.fllled dam Johnson saidi"numbly
) N.E. 123rd Street Miami his
ferson. President Mcrimuh's govern been half completed. Me I shall carry on for
orlda 33161. work has yet been done on the<<
Searchers saw the four slmul- ment. him here, as I Intend to carryon
taneously from an airplane and The United States has a com. smelter. the great efforts he startedfor
EW YORK (AP) In the
through binoculars from the mltment of $14 million In long. Slips through Panama lasting peace."
die panning
Ages, Bibles were so ex- Si
dive that they were chained base. term loans to help build the Caniil locks sic. towed by eloc After the dinner, Johnson l INStUICE AHKCl .toe.CS1 .
I wall or shelf in churches Newsmen at the base"using a Volta River hydroelectric proJect ], irk "mule," locomotive engirum spent nearly an hour at a party _
and an aluminum smelterto rails. the In his honor at the town house lrc.
running un
d I monasteries telescope could see the figures atop
prevent From GhanaBy be operated by private Amer. Icnk wall. braking, of Lasker philanthropist Srk A..NMh SHttt
JS. Wegener recounts in a new of four men walking around lean companies for the Ghana Towing or Mary ,. ... 2.SMI
>ok, "6.000 Years of the close to the Ice.covered hut. the engines never go more than and widow of advertising mag. N.ed... FUrUa$
ible," published by Harper and The mountain hut Is only four SPENCER DAVIS government 2 mi lea on hour and ere guide nat Albert D. Lasker.
w.'I' miles as the crow flies, from WASHINGTON (AP) The Since the formal agreement by si gnu la from the ahp'a pilot
the base, but rangers said it United States has recalled Its
BlackiHUls'PASSIQh4 was 14 miles by trail.It ambassador from Ghana, otfl.
was about 7 a.m. when the dais said today.
'pLAY'' searchers reported seeing the William P. Mahoney Jr., the .
,'I' student hikers at the hut. U.S. envoy to Ghana, was called
'f R..I1 Y""Af'; :UT'E. Rangers sent a request to back for "consultations" an

.> .. 1 .AM PH THEA"Et for a helicopter.The Mahoney's recall came In the r r'
students had food for only demon
wake of ami-American
t :'''' ,O.'IiIC''C: :"'
'1,.' $'d..Vi : ,$d.'f' Vi I lour days when they started the strations in the Ghana capital. '
i'' ,7:30P.M.: t.Y. I hike. They had tents and sleep- This diplomatic move does not : Club Located On The Inland Waterway V:
., ilndnti.OOr: ; Ing bags and wore heavy cloth. mean suspension of relationswith The Only L luxury Cooperative ;',
i ." -\..-::1104.U..I.. ."' ....."'. ".. II"" Ghana, officials stressed .
.,'" ." ,t.I..' ". ,I ...:... ,....1"" II ing.The
( ,"_fI!' .''W"I.U '....1-1: ; search was organized they acknowledged however WITH.I'IUTE BEACH ON TilE Gl'U'
:.. IIII< ",,!,". f" ": ,..II' \ i Monday, that such a move usually means 'j .
displeasure and that this has j t
been made known to the Ghana

CHECK End DOUBLE CHECK The United States Is keeping

watch on anti-American devel.
Iv UNBAOFFICE opments In Ghana but so far
ESt' has not moved to cut back large

Rebuilt PaYllastery economic development loan
commitments to that African

Check Protector, -- $25.00 up nation.
J 'BUSINESS 'MACHINES SALES REPAIRS Continued tendon could easU '
PROMPT ly cloud the future of U.S. made J On Gulf Shore Boulevard 'w+ .
commitments to Ghana. i In The Mooring ,.
The State Department has '
of Naples
71 J 5th Af. So. Ml 2-25.1 sharply protested a demonstra.
tion at the American EmbassyNOW

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Dave Smith LeadsIn 41 Players

Naples Eagles Facing Y t
Dixie AmateurMIAMI (

(AP) Dave Smith, 7a Defy BreezesAt

Gastonla, N.C., auto dealer, tooka

Tough Foe In VeniceBY round two.stroke of the 33rd lead Dixie Into the Amateur third Beach Club

Coif Tournament today 1 1 Forty.one players braved the
DAVID LYON comes to town, and iples will The 6.foot.3: Carolinian's 36. i'r winds yesterday to participate

Naples High School' basket be seeking to cool off the Green hole total of 141 pushed him in the regular weekly outing of the

ball team can't take anything Wave, which has won six straightThe front of John Laponzlna, 16, of Beach Club Men's Golf Asso.

for granted when It t ravel*to Venice varsity game here Saturday Miami, the first round leader. elation
Friday to face the Indians. will start at 8 p.m., precededby James Jewell of South Bend. Competition was In a blind . . . . . . . . .

Venice has won only three a 6:30'B" game Ind., carded a 72 on the 6,656. bogey arrangement and Don El.
ferdink In numbers for
times in 14 but Coach yard par.71 Palmetto course and a Ji'sr COLLIER 1964
games, 8 COUNTY NEWS Thursday February 6,
SCORING BALANCEThe prizes picked 78 In the first
Lorentzson looks tied Larry Campbell of M :m.
Andy always Eagles got good scoring draw which was held by nine ol
phis Tenn. for third witha
forward ball when
to a tough& game balance In beating Immokalce the players Including golfer El.
total of 145. shot ,
Campbell a
the Eagles make the 87.mlle Skiiers Win
here Tuesday, 72.58. Lorentzsonis 73. ferdlnk. Austrian
the Trail. And the In. ;
trip up
hoping the team can playas Others winning on the first
dlans seem to be as Inhospitableas well or better than It did last draw were H.J. Ankll, Les Gr!.

ever. Saturday In the victory at KMI. Junior High mes, Frank Lawson, Al Hackett,
Punta Gorda's Tarpons Jour. Team Statistics show the E to Venice last Friday and ;
gles now have a 31.5 per cent 'Lemon' son Wilbur Eckard, and T.K.
72.67 setback at the Plays
received a :
mark field aii'l
on goal attempts, L Montogomery.
hands of Venice. Punta GorJa INNSBRUCK Austria AP-. Walton 21.year.old University
( ,
have Improved their accura Y H. L. Prince was the lone
had defeated the Indians Coach from the foul line to a 49 percent Friday NightNaples l3 winner in a second draw A sweep by a trio of skiing of California student from Sacramento .
Dick Brown by 30 points at Punta mark. I Continuing his suggestion\ to wizards from Austria In the Calif., who did 2:01.49.
Gorda earlier In the season.It ladies' downhill foiled Jean Sau. The Soviet Union picked Its
Steve Clark 6.3 basketball high up
the Junior Junior High's handicap golfers on how to
Is also Interesting to note bert's bid for a third skiing ninth gold, medal and its 22nd
center, has 182 points In 13 gamp > teams will meet Lemon !, a z play the various holes on'the
that last year Venice had onlya medal Thursday as Russia won medal over.all of the
for an even 14.polnt average. of here Friday _ Beach Club course Pro Paul Bell games
2.11 record when It played host Three other Eagles have scored Bay Englewood 1 outlined proper procedures on another speed skating title and when Ants Antson, a 25.'ear.old
to Naples, and the Eagler were at 6:30 p.m. at the high hole an American bobsled narrowly Estonian student, won the 1,500.
than 100 this number
more polngs sea 4 4 360
surprised, 68.60. Venice has bea. son, with Marty Bowen and Buzz school gymnasium.Coach ,;y9 yard stretch. escaped disaster at the ninth meter speed skating In 2 min.
ten Cardinal Mooney twice this Kej' 1 Bright's seventh Winter Olympic Games. utes, 10.3 seconds.
Berson both going over the 100 The fairway doglegs slightlyto
year, In addition to the victory marl with good scoring effortsIn and eighth graders who have .11 ifll l li the right but the right side The four-man sled, driven by With the 12>day games two.

over Punta Gorda. the Immokalee game. won seven out of eight game: 1s full of dangers. There is an lumberman Larry McKllllp of thirds over, the women are win.

Leading the game In field goal will try to duplicate an earlier ouUof.bounds line, plus traps, Saranac Lake, N.Y., almost left nlng the gold medals for Russia
COMPARISONThe the track when It hit a rut at but the men are having trouble.
Is their and Tamtaml
percentage Bowen, with a 40.6 victory over counterpartsfrom trees even the Trail
Indians who play In the i the notorlouj Witch's Cauldron
The women have won seven
If too far
mark. The'! junior forward ope. Englewood. a golfer strays to
rugged White Sands Conference, curve on a training run and flrst-place medals but the men
rates of the
out the pivot on of. Then Coach BIU MarshaU'sfreshmen : right
have lost twice to Kentucky Mill. snapped Its steering wheel. Only only two.
tense, and most of his shots are will take the floor 't A shot down the left side of
tary, 38-32 and 63.47. Naples taken from short range.Berson __ ___ the fairway eliminates these dan. the quick thinking and steel Closest Soviet competitors so

beat KMI Saturday. Venice has Is the team leader In In an attempt to win their fourth Ci ,\niM) 'l'Lo' tI\ VII' I 15 Ol\ 'I'l' ski gers and makes the approach to nerves of the pilot prevented a far are Austria, France and
lost twice to Fort Myers, 56.53at game of the season against seven serious accident. Finland each with three gold
free throw 65.4 with the easier and safer. He ,
accuracy sinking Ids d.uK green
Bob 13.IIrIC. right 1 "> listings
and 73.57 at Fort My. losses. Last monrh the toach : Chrlstl Ka tall
Venice ..s, a 20-jear. medals.Six .
per cent of his 52 foul shots further advised that under club
eVs. Other losses have come at Junior forward Walter Ritchie freshmen chalked up an easy his lean: /IU-n I 11..1111 talk- itch slalom star Chuck.: bing the second shot Is frequent old Austrian girl who Is recog. of the Soviet gold medalsare

the hands of Braden ton Southeast, who has missed most of the last 39-12 victory overtheSeagrape r\-rrii. as hi. rh..k u pal "I no kit, the second shot is a frequent nlzed queen of the downhill In women's events Lldla

Palmetto, Rlvervlew, and Sara. five games with an ankle Injury, freshmen. mistake made by handicapped slopes, won this specialty by Skobllkova alone collected four
sota. Bupers and nine others in theseven.furlong shooting down the precipitous In the
speed skating Claudia '
is expected to see a good bit of Marshall was encouraged by golfers
Boosters Think
Leading Venice this year are sprint and Justl. 1.6-mlle Mount Hoadl course In Boyarsklkh harvested two more .
action this weekend. Ritchie appeared his team's spirited comeback "If you miss the green on the
two good senior guards, Bruce fled his role as favorite with the 1 minute, 55.39 seconds. in the Nordic cross country ,
briefly In the fourth quarter effort last Friday in a 49- Roman Brother second shot, an accurate chip
Byrd and Bob Harrison.Byrd has crowd of 18,214 at 1I1ali.>ah. The Edith Zimmermann was sec. races
a lS-point scoring average, and on the Immokalee game 45 triumph over Bishop Verotof Could Win time was 1:23: 15. and one putt will give you a par, ond in 1:56.42 and Traudl A seventh gold medal went to
DerbyMIAMI should be
two putts a sure
Harrison Is a consistent scorer SCORINGTHE Fort Myers. It was the five." Hecher third in 1:56.66, giving the Soviet pairs figure skaters,

with a 13-point average. Sopho. team's best game of the season Fla. (AP) Florida Finley Back In In tips for golfers he advisedto Austria a 1.2.3 medal slam. Ludmilla Belousova and her

more forward Jim Sikora has an as well as their highest boosters think they may have always keep In line or a little Miss Saubert, spunky 21.year.old husband Oleg Protopopov.

ll.polnt average Other starters EAGLES scoring contest. another Kentucky Derby winnerin KC For Meeting behind the tee markers. Oregon State coed from The only Soviet victor so far

for the Indians are sophomore Expected to start for the Pan a strapping young 3.year.old Lakeview, Ore., who previouslyhad In a completely men's event was
center Sam Morgan, averagingseven Clark 68.1R3 4/1. 77 182! ther freshmen against Lemon named Roman Brother.On With OfficialsKANSAS VictorIn won a silver medal in the Vladimir Melanin In the blath.
points, and Junior forward Pease 41f.17/1 32. 84 130 the basis of his record to Jones giant slalom and a bronze in the Ion.
Bay are Steve Steele, Jerry CITY (AP)-CharlesO.
1I0wen 41.101 32. 70 114 djfte Roman Brother could take slalom had
into trouble
Tom Landgraf. special a very Russia has run in
of Kansas
and Dahltn the
John Finley owner
Sikora and Byrd had 23 points Benon 35.131 34. 52 104 from Morgan with Jeff Johnson and up his place alongside Needles and City. Athletics, was in town today Big CypressMen's disappointing race, clocking! the men's speed skating, a So.
Venice knocked off Carry Back only other Florida. 20379. viet in the
apiece as Ritchie 29 97 7. 22 65 for another tilt with the : stronghold past.
Punta Gorda last week. Mark Finger at guards. Mike breds to run in the Kentucky She was slowest of the 15 On Tuesday, Terry McDer.
Koch 18. IIi] 14. 23 50 City Council over a lease on
Naples has won six of Its Sharp, Carlos Alfonso Fer- Derby and win it. TourneyRay seeded competitors in the field molt won the first gold medal

last eight games to climb over Morton 11. 37 13. 34 35 nando Rlvero John Abbott and Roman Brother, gelded son of Municipal Stadium.refused to discuss of 44 from 16 nations, even fall. for the United States by takingthe
the .500 mark for the season, Splnlclt'r 4.23 2. 3 10 Jerry Davis are the probable Third Brother out of Roman Finley that he would offer a Jones was the winner of ing behind her teammate, Starr 500.meter sprint..

with seven victories against six W..h-h 4, 18 O. 2 8 starters for the 7-8 grade team. Zephyr by Roman, has never reports calling for a three. Wednesday's Big Cypress Men's
losses. Now that they are above Repan O. I O. 2 0 been out of the money in his compromise Golf Association tournament.
.500 for the first time In two M/Sgt. Alfred O'Neill in his eight! races and Wednesday won year lease.In Pro Phil Darbyshire reportedthat
TOTALS 2/W-823/ 180-367 6\18\ with
sessions Fatten
years, the Eagles would like to first season as Army's rifle the Bahamas Stakes by 3V five previous Jones compiled a total of Everglades May
Opponents 21/0.828 1611.320 749 the council Finley has said he
solidify their hopes for winning coach, came to West Point from lengths 40 points, on the basis of three
season with a victory Friday Naples team percentages; Fort Benning Oa, where he was In doing so, Roman Brother would be risking bankruptcy un. points for a birdie, two for a I

night. Field goals, 31.5; free throws, assigned to the I ,S. Army Marks defeated Journalist, Mr. Brick, der a lease longer than two par, and one for a bogey. Jones' This Weekend

On Saturday, Fort Myers 490. manship Training Unit years. round of 38.40.78 was low gross Averages
-- -
for the day as well. ,
Finishing second was Gen. --
CHEVELLE Charles Jung with 39 points.The Everglades High School's son, scoring only 185 points to
MALIBU SUPER SPORTS by CHEVROLET tournament's highlight came basketball team gets a chance to their opponents' 800 while losing

when Jung scored a net double. fatten Its scoring average this all 10.

eagle on the fourth hole, follow. weekend when it faces Fort My.
ed by a net eagle on the fifth. ers Jayvees and Lee Junior. Everglades set a school re.
Carl McDaniel finished third Senior High. cord in defeating Jayvees,131.
II The Jayvees travel to 13, In December. The 131-polnt
i ifu with 37 points, and H.B. Ruhl
total Is the highest in the state
Everglades for
had 39 points for fourth, place. an engagement
Jack Calhoun won the guests Friday "night at 8:00', and the by any team this season, accprd.,
ing to word out of the office of
division of the tournament with Gator's expected victory will
37 points during! a round of 40. boost them farther In front of the state high school activities

43.83. Jim Diamond shot an the rest of the Everglades Conference as&ociatlon.
teams. The Jayvees have Lee wUl host the Gators at
ill IIt..rwi. 88 and finished second behind
+ I I'r y (, Calhoun with 33 points. taken the court 10 times this sea. 4 p.m. Saturday, and another
victory by Coach Phil Larson's

__ I Following The Dogs At ita- team er opponent Is expected.than Lee the is Jayvees a strong.,

though. LaBelle beat Lee recentlyby

Nrlth's Metal, a winner by 8 out, ran a powerful race and a narrow 83.73 margin.
length going away in her lad wax closing on the winner and The Gators have topped the 80.

t out moves up In Grade tonight; I ix the morning! line favorite to point mark in their last two
-- in the featured Grade A 10th win this feature Choir third In games and now have a season

I race at the Bonita Spring's Dog her last Ntart. Is expected to record of 156. Butch Hughescoiu

J1T L Track finish the name tnl :;bl.tNT"IU tlnues to be Everglades leading

Tonight: howexer. this young scorer with 360 points for a 17.
stet of the Charles :Mullen Kennel point average. Charlie Goff has

1 1fti k will not have the advantageof Everest Flrl Arado) D "" 249 points, Jack Davis 218, JUt

running\ from the outside box. Dote Nova M Molly Pillow, Sunny I| nlor Ballard 177, and David Bar.
Grande's Bat second In her last Weinlck' 11 J W. D.bbK ( ton 125.
Room R'b,..., | TV't H'neat 10
Danny Smith, a Junior,has help.
RESULTS f.cond G.d. D 5/,, ed out well in recent games, and
Rock." elI,/ I M -
< )> Faun2
rant T-It2 Quin, 1".20 Ro.. Revenue Repetec I he now has 111 points for the
Waihata. Chief ; >llie D ((61' 100 700 Water, MM.n S Mir Butterfly *
Immokalee travels to LaBelleto
carol Carrol, (I) 4 10
'tn ,a A : Third Grit, M 5/,, face the Cowboys in what
Second-11-41: Quin, 51010 "Ae.net Abby 7 Mick Smll .m t
should be
Id Shop (5)) t io 140 111) Smoky Jon.* I My Vale ] a rousing Everglades
: Bioedway Smoky II( ) 140 110 Swift, Cob t Wilbtrt Hill, 4 Conference tussle Friday night.
Top Shopper (71< | 40 Caro' K MIC II Merry Dancer 10 Coach Frank Pelham's Indians

Dally Double 14 II) (104 It urth Orade E Sal will seek to strengthen their

ThIr1 T-91:12: Qu.... (3050d Volume Snot' Do 52 I .Oolfl.n.,..I' Rambler Mutrett" t first division standing with a
a 17i( I 1100 540 500Andf Ke. Ca,.. I N.ney Gin..r 10 victory.
',f. 141 .110 00 frit Line I Snappy. Prior 12 Immokalee has a 4.3 \league
M.I.m Su. iii 200Feurth
Fifth Or.d. D l/ll record and a 4.7 overall mark.
T-31:5 Qui. 151 40Rdey O"pty Lund I Xi, Till 01 1220 .20 520 Ozark Sadie, 10 c.,' K. Rocker I con.
S".r Lit' .1. 1e 4 00 Stray Tim I Grande. Neoml 1 ference midseason tournamentlast
8,a Phony .11, 215 Tiny Satin, I M.chi.l. t D'ca r 10 month, is 8.11 for the se..

Fifth -lt:36 Quin.1300 Sluth Qr.d. E I/I son. The Cowboys have beaten the
Des,,. 13)l ) U 0 140 5S5Ootina Rocking R.d 12 Roll Ittue I Indians twice, 40.36 and 5SM4.
Uncl. ''I'' 720 0T.IO Siebrecht' J N.pC! Chi.f 71
(5)) 510I create Com I 10 J Vi a..,., I
Jenny Lyn 4 Stirling I priM I
,.'1'1 T-55:55: Qui. $55,40 Clay Plans MarchOn
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;" q"r 171 110 401 M... Roll I Amp! Dill, 4
Ricky, Do (,, 2 40 P..c'. Jack 10 kt c.r. J Liston's CampMIAMI
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Seventh T-II: 17 Quin. S4IOOPawliutka Denton I hy ZO"'bl. I BEACH (AP> Heavy.
Chief .1.'. Shop 151) 220 110Wu' Eighth' Grade C I/,, weight challenger cassius Clay
Mery (4)) 210 Puih.n |.I gpeaker V.t I announced via Ms press agent
Little" Locke I Frisky Krogl 10
that he would march
J Eighth T-II:tJ Culn. 155.20 L.r.do M'' Mar 1 "Artie J today on
W d Tie, >1\ 1110 .I0'00 I 41Ou $.'my D...."' 1 2 Nancy Nooon I champion Sonny Listen's box.
bla( On ($1, MO 410
in what the
tog Saturday
-.U Jun.. Dae (I) 4 to Ninth Grade S "" camp
Sea Nat 11 N.btune't E.' I publicity men say Is the latest
Rocker Rock 'St.,.
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Ninth T 31.43 Quin. 132. war.
00Magnua DUD Nile 10 Five T Five I
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al Proi'eei (4i 1010,110 fare.Clay was quoted as saying

tw .11. M.ht : HI Sr ;Ie ''''.1'' .. Ce..II. "'.lIb, Sups' Sport .7nv.rlibl., Anna Litt J .120 Qrande t Cat l Grade I Alate A 1/14 I that he, members of his camp

Tenth T-II:M Quin 111 40 ,"",.,. | lucky Leal 1Neitn and 30 high school students
Sue Tie, 'K) I 40 I 40 2 M i Metal I ? choir .3
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Thursday February 6. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9



There will b* a special meeting of
1I0 khold.,. of the First National
m 6nON 'GgSJ I r Bank of Naples for the purpose of Olympic Team Manager
considering a proposed plan of rcapitahtation *-
to b* held at the
Of ollce, of said' bank on Mo..d.y.
_.:.4 .. 1 !-'.!.,,! .....,_.... It> ... CU.SII Passing February II. 1164. .t 7:30: o'clock
M. By JIM BECKER whether we should even be com.

Louise Clmt, Cashier Associated press Sports Writer petlng."
WASHINGTON AP) The Feb It, 1964
( jjjj
DAILY DEADLINE 10 A.M. Day Prior Publicetlon Midway idmlnlstratlon's $11.6 billion INNSBRUCK, Austria, CAP> Paul Johnson one of the three

THE CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY DEADLINE 10 AJA. Friday ax cut bill moved today to the PUBLIC NOTICE "About the only way you can players left from the I960 Olympic .
21 IU4
Jan play on an American Olympic champion team, sat in the
2-2107 )rink of final pa*sag* In the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNI. :-
_ 1 ieuate. Thorn Francis O'srien ... team U to be a millionaire, or a corner, angrily slamming his I
Staff Sit U.S. Air Force Serial bum. pads into a tattered canvas car
j Democratic leaders aid U Number when in the U S. Air Force
l-Announcemtnts J6-Help Av.il.bU 49-Houses For Rent .he bill wasn't passed by to. AFJIISI14 Social Security Number Walter Bush of Minneapolis, rylng case.Johnson .

would In the U S. of America. 0IS..7'JJ. manager of the Vjs. Olympic had left the ice early
iljht It almost certainly
Cemetery Lot in Ntple Will Car for Convalescent hereby state that effective January by after he
r.o Gardens. Reason.bis: : good reference furnithed Call Furnished t bedroom t beth M approved Friday. It has ale First Nineteen, Hundred and Suty hockey team, sat in the gloomy request tangled with

Call after I PM Midway 2.2012. Midway 2 '770.COMPANION Horn with, central heat T.V, ready cleared the House.At Four, and for all time thereafter, I dressing room Wednesday night a Czech in the closing minutes
cable, located at Aqualane of S.
forbid the Government the U of Wednesday night's
SECRETARY. Shore For Season or monthly, least 10 to 12 amendmentssome of America and/or any of the do- after the defending champion game.
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS rail Midway 1272 Americana had lost "Nah, it wasn't a rough
For Studio Girl Cosmetics call Former secretary to prominent dealing with such con. pariments oll'cl. egants or em.ployees their last
MI 2.205Ordi nowPLAZA Palm Beach family Florida 2"" bedroom furnished Mouse of the Government of the ,'hance for even a bronze Olym. game," he said. "We had a bad
...''d.nt with d river'* (IIc.n. troversUl Issues as reductions Unlled Staten of America. to have
varied including with carport and screened financial property OWNED by the pic medal and analyted the night. That makes four out of
BEAUTY experience In the depletion allowances for
SALON porch. Quiet neighborhood ISZS IIThe
household end United States of America andorthe Bye
men.xement defeat.
1121 E. Tntiml Treil property supervision, : went for tee sen. CARIBBEAN oil and gas-remained to be Government of the United State

Midway 266723oahMotos liv*.in position In Nplet' area. w.LJ REALTY'I l$5 3750 No. Trail Mid. acted on before a final vote. of America Including also ttockls) "We just have to revise our Americans were rippedby
modest alary P. O. Box #22 clearedIts end/or .yth''In my name end/or a strong, smooth.workingCtechoslovakla
The Bush said "we
Little River Station Miami SEASONAL my account foregoing informa- system't are team 7.1. The
,; Acc*>s. 11$ Lovely 2 bedroom 2 bath Homeon final big hurdle Wednesdaywith lion I II not meant to prevent the playing one system against an.
: pond side of North Lake Government of the United State of UA record now is M, with two
; 4M3 defeat of RepubeI1clln
a a other.
30 ft. Chris Craft Sea Skiff. Retired well .dwcaled Gentle'' Drive, In most secluded spot America from paying the foregoing: games left. A fifth or sixth
man desires Part time Clerical I 1 block from beach 2 block effort to repeal the 10 per designated Thomas Francis O Bnen
twin Chrysler 1711. radio depth "The Russians are pros. One finish is In
Work. store.In
Call Midway 2.3560. from Beech Club. and furnished retail excise tax four financial property owed and/or due .
finder tnlfter. auto pilot. cent on
weter tyttem monet prettur Fireplace end carport Call LOOKING FOR A JOB ? him by the Government of the United of the Swedes makes $4 ,000 other championship games
Midway 2 8360 2.433*. categories. State. of America.
tenk .h.lt. and *trut* or a year. He drives a big black Wednesday Canada beat Fin.
electric winch. full carves 21 -lost & FoundLOST Hom. JUST TURN TO THE The COP proposal would have Signed: ,
Two b"oom. I bath Thomas Francis O'Brien American car he bought; last land W. Russia trounced Cer.
all foam rubber bunk 1 sIts with Florida room carportCompletely wiped out World war II levieson Feb. I.964\ .2.
pf wheel*-tudbury tilt water furnished within, CLASSIFIED ADS IN THIS year and every kid in Sweden many 10.0, and Sweden crushed:
**ltem finest, see skiff In STRAYED or Stolen, walking' distance to Beach 4 furs, cosmetics Jewelry uses a hockey stick with his Switzerland
Maple Call Midway 21111. gray antwert Shopping Available for Seeaon NEWSPAPER watches and Including
to name of "Pierre" or VeerTy. Contact Leah Brown luggage TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF name on it. Russia and Canada lead with
For Sale2* ft. Daniel built REWARD If returned to K. R. at DEWEY handbags and would have cost. FLORIDA IN AND FOR
Boat. 145, H.P. straight' .. Smith' 190 13th St. No.,, Naplat. let Ave., N. 4 POLLY Tamieml Realty Trill., WHETHER JOB HUNTINGOR the Treasury about $450 million COLLIER COUNTYIN "We either do something 5.0 records. Sweden and Czechoslovakia ,
Teak Chrysler deck,. Loaded water with cooled extras. Fla.22Musical_. Midway!! 2435. ,_ ________ HIRING. YOU'LL FIND a year. ADOPTION CHANCERY about it, or we might consider: are close behind with

E. Turner 4 Sont Inc.. 2 unfurnished waterfront 4.1 each.
bedroom Ch
Midway 2.2255YACHT Instruments Home T V. cable |M THESE ADS A REAL HELP To line up votes against It, IN RE niiroooJIOI Today is a day off for the con.

per month Call. WY 2.3951 daytime Democratic leaders pledged a EDWARD R. POND PUBLIC NOTICE tenders with the vital
BROKERAGE PIANO or Ml 2 5023 evenings review of all federal excises UU TOROBERT eam.sFriday
DONALD ELLSWORTH and Saturday. On Fri
Complete Naplet Llttlngs Sale
er this starting in the NOTICE
season, Address UnknownYou
Inboard Boat From 20'
Fin FICTITIOUS NAME day Russia meets Sweden and
MI2-3757 50-Rooms For Rent and Com.mlttee. are hereby notified that the REGISTER
Martin House Means
Bob Ways .
Beautiful filed, The undersigned doe hereby certifv Canada takes on the Czechs
lunk.Smth, Chris Craft Sales spinet GULF FRONTAGE ON ISLAND above named petitioner has a
JUST NORTH OF MAR petition in the above styled Court that I am conducting a Whole the Czechs and
I I 14 ft. 4 10" fiberglat, Boat Piano in Sleeping Room In Privet CO. LOT 100 X ISO. EXTENDS After the vote on the retail for the adoption' of the minor child tale Pump Supply, business atChokolotkee Saturday
with windshield at top 25 HP new condition Horn; Call Midway 2770Detlrabl FROM GULF TO WATERWAY, named therein to.wit: Wayne Neil Florida' under the tic Swedes clash with Canada fac.
Gal outboard motor. Only $5000 E J. STAN, ST excise taxes, the Senate bogged Ellsworth and you are required to titlout, / name of DIXIE PUMP .. ing Russia in the probable .
MOO, Phone Midway 2.4042I Greatly reduced Twin Beds: prlv.t. Beth SEntrance. GEORGE HOTEL, BROOK. down in six hours of heated debate show C'UII. if any you hv. why SUPPLY CO. and that. aid firm I I. pay.oft
.- 242 7th Av.. So. LYN N. YException.My. knock the same should not b* granted by competed of the following persons match.
I SPECIAL in price over an attempt to serving a cop 01 your w"tt.n d.. whose name and place of ""
u out of the bill a section of public feme* upon James R. Adams. At dances are a* follow:
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby"run terms can be Room In I.private call Royal Harbor Lot 23,uIDoP9 hin utility regulation. torney for Petitioner, P. O Sos A. C, ADAMS. Report Kubek Is
arranged. week, after Florida
Horn by Chokolotkee
Ct. Water 2 aide*, sea walled. 411. Naples. Florida, and by filing
about, twin 40 HP Midway 22032.51Wanted. $. OO. P. O Box 172 Bloom. Until that snag developed the original th..lOf with h. CI.rk Ownership of Dixie Pump 4. Sup. Getting $38,000In

Johnson motor with only Write to field, HIM. Mich. managers of the bill had been of said Court on or before February ply AC Co. I II ADAMS a* follows- 100' .
,. b
1964. otherwise a may *
Box 1737- N Choice Waterfront Lot for Sale, confident could the It I It inlention to apply to the
15 hra. since new. 2 18iral. Na- To Rent they bring entered against. you granting said. my New ContractNEW
Theron PhoneMldwey
by owner Ridge Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
I. gas tanks, all control ples. 2121ATTENTION. tax measure to a final vote by adoption.Witness: my hand and the Sill 01 for Collier County.. Florida te rtgi*. YORK (AP-Tony Ku.

WANTED: Room board bath tonight.On said Court at Cast Naples, Florida, ter the said. name of Dule PumpS
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. belt sounds like a league presi.
for elderly lady 'In private 4 Supply Co. under the provision
S Uuitar J20 00Phone two close votes the Sen. this 21th day of January I9f>
new string ,
home Total care not required. SCOTT Laws of Florid dent predicting a lo.team tie.
complete package MARGARET T. ,
er -
Ml 2-4S41 after 3PM :
Will pay $160 I per month. WriteP. ate decided to retain In the bill CI..kCLERK''Ef' |
$1895. See at 1650 Murex O. Box 123, Naples. 2/(3t IF you are looking for a House provision barring fei ( ) A. C. ADAMS Everybody in the American
} z MAGILL Jan II 30. Feb t. 13. 164 01 League is going to be tough.
Drive, or call Bill\ Tucker 23-Mlx. For Sala a wise Investment in real eral regulatory agencies from *
Deputy Clerk The Yankees are good but thereisn't
Midway 2-4295 Excellent 54-Trade or Sell estate, check these feature requiring utilities to pass along JAMES R. ADAMS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
a pushover
Kitchen double Sink P. O Box 411
Immediately to their customerstax
Buy! Norge Apt side Oat Stove, *: Naples, flold.Atton.y The undersigned doe hereby certify Kubck was In Wausau Wls.
Will Trade 24 In. late model savings achieved under the for .Petitioner that we are conducting pub
exhaust Fin, all very Reasonable table T.V for CORNER LOT 100'x150'. : ; Florida.under when the Yankees
2 3972 small used Cer Jan 30. Feb t. 53. 20. 19M Midway 1902 investment credit provU
For Sal IS ft. cabin BOAT In coed condition. Fred Roihor ZONED FOR 12 UNIT the fictitlou' name of NA announced he had signed hIs
with 40 HP Mercury engine' : In Ladies New Wilson Irons 1.1, 1211 Trail Terrace. alOft PLES TV WEEKLY and that laid
fine condition/ Reasonably 2 wedges Call Midway APARTMENT which can IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE firm I is competed of the followingperton contract for an estimated $38,.
Priced. See at Crayton CoveStandard rut *xt nsion 225 This credit permits compSonies TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT whot* namet and place ofretldencet 000. Ills amplified commentswere
face either street for I IN AND FOR
Oil Station 55StoreOffice on to subtract from their tax. are at follow:
Ceramic' Gift and Supplies: COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN MRS RUTH B. LeBRON made available to
IS Ft. Fib Glass Thunderbird Everything' Reduced! ClosingButm.ts. greatest u.e.LOCATED. I es up to 7 per cent of the out.lays CHANCERY NO. 717 Seventh Avenue, North
through a telephone
IS HP Mercury all electric Mwy # 41 North tu Office Space 12 X K ft. Par just one block for new machinery and IN REPetition: P. O. Bon 134 newsmen
tingle lever control. S.. at Bud plea *t Palm River, Rent at MS per "' 0., Coast for Adoption, by MRS REGGIE LULEJIAN. hookup from his home.
Hogue Fish Camp or Call Ml Colony Bldg 31 Ith Ave,_ So from Naples Community equipment. PURLEY THOMA! EGGLESTON 7J |7lh Avenue, South "1Iow cold is It out there"
2200, HbTf.d Riding; L' Wi-"M Mower: and medical The Senate defeated 48.42 the IIOT I C ITO MR FRED C HARTFORD
4 month old. 160. 319 Conn.v. 57-Houses For Sale hospital new amendment to eliminate the JAMES PAUL MADDUX 1011 Breed Avenue, North a fellow asked, thinking In
,(I' Flberglase boat 1560 40HPEvlnrude *. So._ buildings, even block from c/o The Federal Narcotlct Ownership of Naples TV Weekly terms of 20 below and four.foot
electric with ..n.r. House language applying to Hospital
It et follows:
otor and remote control Everything "COQUINA SANDS' eutom"3 the beach and three block Lexington, Snow drifts
Elec refrigerator Excellent regulation of natural pipe Hlluei'NOTI'IED Mr*. Ruth B. LeBron 174% i
A.1 condition Excellent condition., Reasonable Midway bedroom 2 bath Home, large from Kwik-Chek. gas YOU ARE Mrs Rtggi Luleilen. 37tt% "It's about 40 and feels like
S95. Call screened porch and on lines railroads trucks ship Ih.t the ebova named .Petllloner :
boat. :
fishing $ 2-324 2/4t garage Mr Fred C Hartford 2>* "
Ml M380. corner lot, Phone Ml 2.5751. ELEVATION of this lot PURLEY THOMAS EGQLESTON'het spring, was Kubek image.
_ ping lines and bus operators. It I I. our Intention t* apply to
filed a Petition, 'In the Circuit: "We did have
4 BR.TUBA'rH CBS HOME Clerk of the Circuit Court In and stuttering reply.
SPORTS FISHERMAN 26-Personal With 16 X 30 ft. Florida Room I I. greater than any other These are eligible for the full 1 Court In end for Collier County Flor for Collier County. Florid' to regieter one stretch about 20 below fora
21 Ft. Ulrlckson' flying bridge Ida, In Chancery, es above entitled/
large screened petio. master apartment site in the area. per cent credit.It the said nam of Naples TV
I 225 Gray Marine. sleep three : for the adoption of the minor child of few d3y5e"Taking
bedroom and bath, air conditioned I Weekly under the provisions

.. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS turned back 4MS an at.
complete with fishing chair utility room 2 ear carport SEWER t fa in and fully named therein, and Ch.pt.r 20953. Law of Florid, Actt another approach a
and other eutras Topcondition Men Women with drinking YOU ARE REQUIRED to show ,
many to strike out similar
city well and *tempt Of lIltWillIesu
problem Call Ml 2.2770. Meeting paid for.PRICED. asked Yankee
1495000. Call Burton pump for sprinkling G.E. stove Cause why the same should not be our hand, this 20th dy reporter the
Bro*. 2.2525.ThAEF16.ft.. Tuesdays and Friday I. 30 and refrig All rugs end drapes at 19,000.00.D provision dealing with electric granted by serving a copy of yourwritten of January, |5964MRS. shortstop what he thought about
p.m. Cottage First' Baptist I and tel.. defenses If P*'
torn furniture TV. cable, gas, water, telephone any upon RUTH B, LeBRON
FOR painted. mehogany Church. heat. ONLY 115,500 Located gas et T. JONES Enterprlie titioner's Attorney, the Law Firm MRS REGGIE LULEJIAN the race. ,. ._ a "
boat 40 hp mi. electrie 1151 9th Ave.No. Call Bill ...J> ..!.' _"' !..tll '... graph!}* companies. These....!gel!..-.,,.f SMITH. CAR ROLL.-VEOA tullell ,' > "MR f..CirA"'to''r.' M'1I\J1 Ofi'S ,:;\ 1
Mew 17 ft 44urrk credll. :
Mercury. > TurkeK Midway 2505 'inly".a S'per'cent: BROWN 4 NICHOLS. Belch Jan, 21. 30
can brake front trailer Dockmttter 33-Servlces OfferedFor 1 Building I Naples, Florida, end file boon erratic but now their defense .
Marco Island. Inn, 3 bedroom, 2 beth Homeli'Royal 59-Acreage ( ____ the original thereof In the office of ought to be a little better
2/ tf of Circuit
=:kbO-"I: the Clerk the Court of
an estimate of your and air I Condi. Collier County, Florid, on or before REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and their pitching Is better.
honed and heated, all)! I Acre IWo mile The undersigned does certify .
appliance Naples High hereby
Hold 36 CastroMilitiamen the I9lh dey of February, 'It44 strictly
Painting needs, phone MI *. CHERRY PANELING from city only I five acre This Notice shell. b* published for that I em conducting' a Berber Clilcago has to figure
Butlfnm Oppt. AND CENTRAL FIREPLACEIN parcel remaining. 10% Down four Song business at. Immokal, Florida pitching. You can't forget Balti
2.4580 No job too large or (Cit) consecutive week in Th.Colh.r
Wall wall N. Keyea, the fictitieu of
LIVING ROOM. to 150 per month. Philip News, under name
County Naples, Florida Hank Bauer will get
too small. Clean, efficient carpeting' Immediate occupancy P 0 Box 130 Nepl.s. Midway. For 0 newtpapor in general circulation JIM'S BARBER SHOP and that said more.
COIN LAUNDRIESYour MARLOWE,: 4 BECK REAL.TORS 2-2710 In Collier FloridaWHEREIN firm it competed of the followinpersons those guys jelled. Detroit al.
_ County
best profit oportunity I I. gervlce. 413 6th Av., So.. Mid. whose names end places ofretldencet
It-acre: $5 fall not or d.cr.e us more trouble)
with Ptiilco Bendlx commercial Tract* per may ways gives
Equipment Full store replacement wey 1221 month, no .! .OS3&0. Two b. entered against you granting ..eidDiNE HARRY HARLOW ere *t follow: than anybody. Kansas City has
machine, additional, GEORGE DHL. Painting miles from Golden Gate City Illegal FishingKEY .doptlon.
or 1 Bedroom 2 tile beth horn 294 Miramar Rd
machine Get the Fct Get located In The Mooring Carpeting Collier County Real Estate AND ORDERED at th*. ft. Mytra, Florida good hitting It they can get the
The Price Contact W. T. Sny.der Each, South Of Courthouse. Collier County Courthouse. East Naples out."
Commercial: and Res. throughout living room Ownership of JIM I BARBERSHOP pitching: straightened
write 696S 22nd Way So,, dining room hall and one bed 2/Mfw. ---- WEST, Fla. (AP) Florida:1164. this the 14th day ofJanuary I I. a* follow:
at. Pete Phone W7.*7jf. ev Licensed and Insured condition/ described 7i0)
; room. Completely Thirty-fix Cubans as CLERK OF THE HARRY HARLOW 100" LOS ANGELES ( ) Don
nine 2761 Stcrter Ave. ed end heated disposal dish-. Fidel Castro militiamen by two CIRCUIT COURT OF It I* my Intention to apply to the with
Lee 29-yeif-old pitcher
wither Paved driveway" to carport Clark of the Circuit Court In and
COIN For Sale.Call Naples, Fla. 33940 ::"dln' room. Nice defecting companions were in FLORIDA for Collier County, Florida to reg' the Los Angeles Angel Is tryIng .
Lwn eoddedand
porch. liter the said name, of JIM'S BAR
jail today charged with Illegal Sri INEZ MAQILL tote ahouldeti,
Owner at CARIBBEAN partially landscaped. Ph. APT FOR IAL" SIR SHOP under the provisions of to strengthen

REALTY. 37M .No. Tamtam 36-Wanted To Buy Ml 2 4104 after I p.m. No broker Co'Op ri nr"G'h'ar ly fishing In Florida waters. SMITH CARROLL Deputy Clerk. VEGA. Chapter 20153, Laws of Florid. Act back and legs this winter I
Trail Midway t IISS.I2w4 -* pleeaeJ Bay, I bedroom, *.. Florida authorities arrested BROWN 4 NICHOLS of I 1941 lie I. u.lna weights several
I want the best Z. to U BedVoorti House on Frenk''' reasonable furnithed' of unfurnished Suite II. Belch Building Wilnaso my hand this 14th day of I
ALL ALUMINUM TRAILER ft I Whitman Blvd, $6500, Ternii Shoreline Apt., 1176 the men Wednesday night after Naples. 'lold.Attorn.y. January, IK4. times a week at Itioenlu, Aril.,
< Wanted to nod credit risk. CARItVtlflw Gulf Shore Blvd, (across from federal officials had HARRY HARLOW teacher
.., can buy for : lot questioned for where he Is a substitute I
horse Rd.. Bonita Trailer Sorinea t't.. :8 tol1."c''; SE 'N.y REALTY 2.1155. 3750 No Trail, Mansion House__ them for three days. J.n. IC 23 10.: Veb.T 11(4 *,.1 Jan II II 10, Feb 6, KM .95 7 in the off-ae.aon. .

Domestic Help Wanted-: hour frame house, unfurnished The United States turned --- I
dally or I time weekly mutt A nice 2 bedroom CBS furnished Bedroom
be able to cook end cloan Calf? For Salt Home In the Bonn I on 2 H acre In SUNSET for them over to Florida, explaining

Midway 24104 after I PM 38-Autos Spring. Edna': *re Foster*. Make Bonit mo Beach an offer. a DO.IT.YOUR.1L' buy family.l federal laws provide no penaltyfor I I- Tax Pointers From Your Uncle Sam

SEAMSTRESS WANTED full IWO Kombl Yolks. Wagon glass Phone WY l4lh. SS400 with excellent illegally fishing in AmerU

:.',30 rt time Cell MIdway paneled Truck, like new. S 975 I bedroom Home In Brooktide, MOTEL-APT I apt.. I can waters

Need four Men or Women 'for e.sh.Spring.Scott Fla Frel.y, Bonlta It* bathe, screened petlo. ear overnight unfinished motel Owner room \living. I Asst. State Atty. Can. Joe Jacobs tr..1 1040 I U.s. !NDIYIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURN-1963 _ _

Sale 4 Delivery port. good location low equity., apt. said the men faced a possible .to T,...., .......IIIt __ ,'
part time Call All completely fur y ttr
iiCadillac, sedan DeVllle. Midway 2 245 quarters .. .. ,. .. ...... ..
ish 10.
'Nf'eue .cq
Work; In Collier County. Age condition 1500 Call Mid- niehed' All *pt>. and motel one-year sentence or $500 '.!'!. !_ '!!- -- --- ---- .- ---:--: ".!. :=.:. LLILI1i.L, I I
31 to M. Must have car and good Mouse consul of two bedroom room Ir-condltloned .
b* Bondable: Write M'.p Buck- way r.6727. I IIt beth. Living room Dining/ Room for pennon North fine or both under a Floridalaw PSa.a .5. sida r s ..

ncr f o. Box I7M. .*. 1954 Ford 2 dr., good rubber room kitchen (plenty>> of caol- Naples location Good Income barring alien vessels from 261.54-7732 264-48-4924 DO 59 \ .
clean. Will make a good work net) Family room air cond). Price: 170.000 with Urm taking fish from state waters. :::= _ _
car The first $*0 take it Florida ,room storage closet 1-r JaIN L HAlt LOU JONES \ -. ..........
13-Help Want. Female Can be teen at River with washer 4 alec water heater COMMERCIAL LOT EXCELLENT After Cuban exiles and Cuban
awey. 21051II1IYST! I I I
Park Apt... D.1. Phone MIdway carport with storage closet loc.tlon on corner of a Americans demonstrated =:=:, 1,1
Waitresses. wanted: for day 2.5462.44MobI.. end Terrace House I is of CENTRAL and THE TRAIL eswb.ne WIUISTOIf ru o.ao
nd nie.hu, epply In pron at CBS construction Torratio Near the canter of ill bu.- against the fishermen, a heavy -,.
How.rd Johnton ReataurantHelp floor*, electrlo well heaters. Inane activity Mk. *n eppolntment guard was thrown around Monroe
Home.. Electric .enge end refrig. Included te see this dtlrbl* .
Wanted for Laundry Work The Lot ta" 70 X ISO tody' Price County Jail, where the 36 --- --- -
property V and married In 196J .
"*' '" P r <" .t Naples complete with aprlnklar sys'tams 52.00 with good term were held there in lieu of $1,000 joint return you entor w" previous name
Prather: For Sale: 23 ft. Place fan "
tree and "' ubs. Mutt
LaundryWaltre |7H. Jackson Gateway Harbor b* teen to b* prodded Lucille Otis Leeh Brown bail each. =:'l KO AI : '!!! .... "" ''''- 4 H. :J _.rs
Bob Jaeger _
** for lunch and Dinner Location few block' from Virgil Mcrcum The demonstrators hanged .....llJ:1; : (Ml-; "' intwly I ," I '.' '
poly Rainbow Restaurant, onNorth 21 ft. modern Treil.r For beech, et 4H Ird Av*.. No. "" G. !Lw'/.h .!.nlrllel" T" .___
Tamleml I Trail, Sal:*. 100 Cash) for immediate: : under $1000 Phone Ml 241.14. DEWEY POLLY Castro in effigy and threw him C .pp,a. IWda il wan I am edbwd ma-a"COMl-sew pa e pu-mihd I..aso Suolee_.iw_I d' __

Waitress needed at She Moor er SaId Ct.Lot E.* S Neplt Palm Lake Treil-.. These Homes REALTY into the sea from Mallory Dock, 1. W".,. lolarwi, lips, ele, and excl ol allowonc over business ..pn m I tot ,-.--.. Is) -...
Ins Golf Country Club; also w- adjacent to the Coast Guard IacW'e ma elm meWil III.e'daahl

need rt" order Cook Apply FOR SALE Open 3-5 '..4151h. dock, where the Cubans had _. .. .................-. ..-..-..._-_....-..-.. S ................. ... .. s ............... i .
SPARTAN TRAILER. ImperialManeion. Daily N S T.ml.,1 Trail
to Ann* K.nnedy.HELP (a lousy Cibana per. Ave lived aboard their trawlers. The .._ _"_...- ................ ..."..-.-... ....
WANTED feet condition, .lot ..# IS north 1(72 Harbor JEWEL Immaculate lOX AVE.new. Royal waterfront Beachfront 1 lOOitOO' deep on boats were herded there by the ; =::=:::::=--_::::::::= ::::[. ;

Waitress ro" c n help, Ap. sect "" Ns11 T.. Home offered for less south Naples' Shore (between Coast Guard from Florida's Dry t. Tota" . :
ply' P M. al Andy* 'hail replacement coat. Avoid Gordon 4 Little M.rce Pass)
Pit, Bar.B.Q N. Trail 48-Apts. For RentT the delay end of Gulf to Bay, Including a driedIn Tortugu Islands, where they 3. "S i poy" rf Included kst!f' ...'......_........ f....

Wtr.ss. for bu.y dining room building MOVE Q TmN 2 cottage 2*>x20<, 11200000 were boarded Sunday. 2 4.Suloctline 3foiel I' ..._......... ....1....
2 BR Helderman
bedroom. 2 beth, cottage on
meal*, mutt be experienced bedroomApt. For Rent fur 4 The two who received political ScU .
and .dining room have sliding Creek with' utility I So.Dividend, ( ,
and neat Room and nithed or unfurnished Beeton .
appearing door to screened with room. lot asylum in the United states said

gratuities.....1. furnished. Immedi plus*!*salary employ and Shore month Blvd or yr.. nice round view, On of Gulf Bey southern kitchen central expotur heat and Electric airConditioning f with"."'" boat 00. deck. Furnished after reaching Miami that .. ,,."-::z'i-( : 'We Se .... u. .. S..dlvldvet Seceese : : : .--.f.-:::

ment. Will consider men end or Gulf Call Midway 23SS or Yes I 'N I 553
I car garage scarcity of fish off Cuba brought N 60.0.- Income lefvrtI, OeelR 'MO .
wi'e Rod: and teem Gun Apply Club to Lodge Manager Ev-: '__ .Zo.soo. 1 able BR In house I we-jkt on for lOUt yearly St. Avail-rent-. them toward U.S. waters.In isoh whisk lose MM .&led. .. ..torl4e ".-... ... ...... ...

.!.I.d... OX (2101 2I 1 wltlt bedroom stove refrig unfurnished. s block Apl.to.. list GALLEON DR.. PORT 01 $11000_ per month unfurnlehed Havana, Cuban Foreign II crmo: : :c" ...,.,... Hot. .... ,.,.... ..... : : r.

beech. 170 month on annual front ROLAV, beautiful new weter- lion Air cond. Purchase op Minister Raul Roa sent a note 7. Tc4aI ( label, ....... anes, .....-. and ...-........ .

T4-Help: Wanted MU. I.... Phone MIdway 2299 ONCE.Home.Planned' AVAILABLE for Florida leisure AT. of protest to the United Nations, J I. Po seole, _wit, -....... .lasfsossl e _

Modern APARTMENT- I bedroom ainfurnleh- living Master bedroom Industrial of lots on Radio Zoned Rd.C1 1oloior.fo saying the Incident risked "11\. 9. Total 1- e.lia the ,.w.. be eee ,,.... .. .
ed with complete dining kitchen airport. e
room open t*
Retire Interested In part time Devie. kitchen Near beech end shopPing :large screened l : r S2.MOOO wit* term: ternational peace and security." 10. 104e ,......_4 r.-. .. ..s.. e.
light work contact Frank .- BY SEASON OR YEAR. with electric built Chjn" Bar'B. Trail. Acre iota eo'I ISO' $.7' 00. Roa asked the U.N. to "do. '
Imperial Florida Oil Co. fa .. 00 On. 4 .*00 IBi.eO 0es.dIla.Kyeerm.maareddre.e
Mn A. So. Ml 23393 Qu. 1 pedrooma. 2 baths. central 115 ft par mo
200 North Taml.mt Trail_ fleet and air condition 2 For mtpetcion see ar cell mand the immediate release of de set lee iSesa.4 ,- ........, is 4

Paving. Call Work for, Appointment experienced only -' clot GARAGE to town.APT.T.V with. ceble...r.Suit-.*. car M7.550.garage CONSIDER with' electric' TRADE door, DICK HILL REALTOR the fishermen kidnaped" and the ..... flue ..*. .ry exi'Mllooe' tm ....-..--........ .. I

Mtdwey 1.432UAnrwANTED"t. able for one perton. $40 week.lphon return of the ship. capa IOhe ....... .- '
Midway 1202 after I..d ,,,.
VINCE The Hilhouse Co.
i. manege and I PM. CONBOY

Operate a retell Watkins Rout Stole PocketbookEach It d. Selet. Smurley' _kr.1/ ) alosteld. be _ ,
In this are. (Would consider I bedroom furnished, KItchen MI 2-4303 :
lit Stn Av*. Parkway seeisp.r.d mIlk. yew? andeS emorltyIt '
lady 40 veers old> EernIng living Week
room dining room
: of tiu':00 per week. from ly. monthly or yeer.round. Ph. Pn. Ml 2I74S Day, Except Too Of- sseeans .sesbor card and 0IIt0re4 Ie _ ..-

the v.ry beginning. For horn per. Ml 1301 or 23041 __ 1 Jo DMdende the. eprepMOs l.a /I..) Ie 103.e I
tonal Interview your Saturday Sunday
writ Mr. McGanty P. O Box .f-urnisne bedroom apartnent. 58-lots For Sale R.e-.e 1M eppe, rt.itf-heN .- ef .... r.-

77. Willieton.- Florida.v.T.1" and .bath huge TV living outlet.room, Pt kitchen,. MI DENVER Colo. (AP)-Everyday I.8 c.Inte........ (Ipp _...) ThOu wIll bare -' I

man for s.a.onal lifeguard 2.36n. Front on Bay of Naples end since i960, according to po. d,04'-.eiaed'f. eedni... ef posei tItI4 peeole. of

Apply Port duty Royal and extra Beach hour Club" Beech Club Golf Court Feb.. Own.r frflutek lice, Johnny E. Walker has J ..T c4aI (odd 1_ ,.,.,.. ,. .... ,...,... ........ ;

between 'U AM. only I 49-Houtex: For Bent In tale.Naples 50557374.every Naples. stolen somebody's pocketbook. 14. 6okmcewUecff ..__ .: :

2/-Ud H. took Saturdays and Sun. IS.Teakiececoeepot -

SELL er RENT I _r....... i BARGAIN days off because "they're not i IcV. Total (odd 1 IM* 14k ...

bath. *4* 10th St. No.. Carl. Waterfront Lot al Gull H.r.Mr. good working days Walker 17. MUfJoyiaonf Ice e _
Anderexm MIdway 2 Milt ,
lOW PAT BfANT SOU-Flt : toad to the Gulf. .
bedcoom House, furn.thed told Connie Wykstra, a city ILToidto.oddtiwel6 .

Cell Midway 2.3MS after IM 11,000 Etch. elI u.... detective. I 19o.To, wMkUJ Oine t. column ((0)) above) . . . .

KttlTS *:$0* AX A9 1 IH TillS 2 _Iy. Phone MIdway 2324. Walker, 28, was arrested witha 4 b.1 961 CttMNtod ta, payment* and cndtocTotol ..........-.-..........--.......-... .

$mPAKRll/lfrUT/ PEKWAIVAYTOIOf living Fsr.sisdiad room; 2 S bedroom kitchse.; 1 located.tll. Ow.ce Commercial Lot For woman's purse following a J (add I bw* 19a and b) . .c"---'t.: . !

on .t.I''. for Rental mauls.ly &... on th. Trail. Mu l tell t. chase in a federal building last TAI cut Dm .BTUNO"jTsJflT

or by year; ..dult.'Yo ColiMIII..y settle Ettat Priced far below. Saturday. lie has been charged to. f pcmeitfs Oine 19c) me teuiaelos 0..11)....... SaloMe 0- ::=.- -. _
SttlOIMMT .J7.5.. going price: Edna """' Bemte .... .. .. C
. .. _
Beech. Phono WY 24171PORT with crime on a government 11. IpoYNeetCii.el9cmo1s,0wdiesloClueleWOmWaymeid.. ) .
3 bedroom Fey J
Hema. Rent
MOWS, In Broaktido Village, per ROYAL Lot M I"?. Gat- "Wsuh cut for school kOdil! reservation n. Awi.qeweflit.tl. pewtksSeoej964Euesce.4Te. . . .._ _

-CALL month 1. on 2M year or 'lease'':'21. C'I MIdway lees Write Drive O. J.. For Herbert.Sato a'22 Trade Peel they've all bought used carl 'n.' Mood' late ItIt.. Apply..e C U.s.Sereligs Bcosda.auld,esess'JwwW- ,w C IJwsJ__evJv.nme.t ..

Read Derl_ Com: In the Want ACU too'" "$top* Signs Mesa STOP =;- UUENPiOItflOPliNOleOTH("Bioj"

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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday 6 1964
February ,
It meant the nation put its entire started out. In the
u beginning, at
LBJ Doesn't Have Time attention on him.
least the two presidents'!
100 Years AgoSouth This by Itself would force him speeches had a very similar and*
or anyone to extra effort sinceit obvious
very literary nourish/

Starts Draft To Make UD For MistakesBy how pared meant he with did everything it Kennedy, was he being In did,some com.and men They As helping had time pretty went them.much on, Johnson's the saraej(

JAMES MARLOW and a definite social and ways Johnson had an advantage talks seemed less literary,more
po over Kennedy in not.
Associated Press News Analyst litical viewpoint- be some homely perhaps not as sharply
may con. This ,
country's most troublesome
WASHINGTON (AP) This sldered essentials of organized.
Of Men From 17 To 50 the prtsU opponent, Premier Khrushchev .
week President Johnson passedhis dency. But there is another vi. was both friendly and In the long run this may be
75th in the White more effective
day House tal one, judgment. than the self.
BY LON SAVAGE fit for the army were to workas without any known calamities. cantankerous with Kennedy conscious literary quality of the
Kennedy's starting out. He
Heated debates were goingon clerks or In such militarily That was the way it was with judgment wasn't has been mild Kennedy talks and for one good
always good but he had time and even almost
In Thomas Jefferson's old necessary fields as food President Kennedy in his first make up for his mistakes. lie to with Johnson. self-effacing literary reason: Kennedy's

capitol building at Richmond, production and railroad trans- 75 days, too. had almost three years in which He had become more agreeable speeches were so deliberately
But then the roof fell In literary
Va., 100 years ago this week portation. on to be weighed and measured In almost three years of were sometimes
Kennedy. On his 85th he
day corny.
The Confederate Congress, The draft act was never to headed Into a major through trial and error. At his dealing with Kennedy, panic
which had passed the first national be a huge success. Southern and it was self.made. That mistake was death the country seemed to larly after Kennedy forced him
draft law ever adoptedIn governors considered it an Infringement the day the disastrous Cuban Invasion think he had balanced well. to take his missiles out of Cuba. Auto Thief Kills

America in 1862, was In upon states' rights got under way. And he Johnson hasn't goofed badly Besides, Russian economic trou
the process of adopting a new and some of them used their had backed it. yet, at least so far as can be bles forced him to fuss more at Driver Of Second

draft law that went far beyondIts personal powers to exempt Nothing like it is In sight for seen, He'll probably make mis home. Car In Collision
Kennedy had
Johnson critical takes, maybe beauts, being hu- foreign probe
predecessor. The law would thousands of potential draftees. although trou. lems
make all) white men from 17 In areas of the South there ble hit him earlier than Kennedy man. But, with less than nine they weren't in his first 75 days, but PENSACOLA (AP-A driver
months before election explosive for this of a stolen
w ; The Panama riots which he car being pursued by
to 50 subject to the draft. was defiance of the ,
open act. were none of his doing. doesn't have the time I Kennedy country like the Congo and Algeria. police escaped Wednesday night
And although It met stiff resistance But the act may have stimu- This is a picture of the two did to make up for them. A couple But Algeria was mainly after crashing into another car
In the Southern Con- lated a far more important development men in their first 75 days and of bad ones before Novem. a French concern; the United and killing a 35.year.old Brent
gress, the bill was enacted, in the Southern armies their problems: ber could ruin him. Nations had to tackle the Congo. man.

to become effective February during the early springof Both got wide public approvalfor Since there were more than Johnson's foreign troubles Police identified the victim aa
17. The law later drew the 1864. In the Confederate the energy they put into two months between Kennedy's were more numerous fiery and Emmett W. Whltfield. officers

comment from General Grant armies soldiers -- realizingthat their Job. They had this and per. election and the day he took of. the widespread, Some of them, like said the driver of the stolen car

that the South was drafting men their war was far from 1 I haps only two other things in flee, Kennedy had one big ad. fected Panama this crisis, directly af crawled out of the wreckageand

'from the cradle to the grave." won -- accepted the fact that common. vantage over Johnson. He had South Viet country Nam :and A coup French in escaped on foot after the
would Where President Eisenhowerhad more time to get ready to pick crash.
they fight until the mat- President Charles
THE LAW ter had been decided. Des- operated through his staff, his own people and prepare his of Red China.de Gaulle'srecognition Capt. George Tourt, the officer
like a chairman of the board programs chasing the stolen car said
Under the new law,white men pite desertions and desperate These were in addition to the the unidentified driver
Kennedy and Johnson tackled had
from 17 to 50 were declaredto shortages In the military the their multiple problems directlyand Johnson.The presidency just fell on mutinies in Africa, the revolt In turned off his lights to evade
be In the for the Confederate But this had its mer Zanzibar, civil war in
army rest armies kept their both backed liberal programs its. He inherited Cyprus, capture when the accident hap.
of the war. Youngsters 17 and strength during that winter. 3 NwA cern. But, just because a going the men con. and Malajsla.the old threat of war In pened.

18 and men from 45 to 50 were and as events were to show Those three elements hard around him were already well Johnson still lacks the CALL THE NEWS FOR

to register within 30 days to later those armies still had work,. direct attention to details, known and had been appraised, and ease with which Kennedy grace RUBBER STAMPS
form reserves that would fight plenty of fight In them. .
only within their home states. . . .Jf l. . . . . . .14 4 4A .. .. .Ig- a.1L. JJI.. aL. Y. Y.. .
1 1Y
The rest -- those between .

18 and 45 -- were to remainIn CouncilBusiness I

the army(most already were
In) for the duration.

Negroes too, were affected. L

Both freed Negroes and slaves Confirming previous action, .aa.ata rr liYl
with certain exemptions, could {the City Council in yesterday's.
be called for service in hospitals session approved absolution e.__

war factories or In fortifications. which permitted re.toning of Lots

However no slave 13, 14,15 and 16, Block 2, Unit! 3, 4
owner could lose his only slave, The Moorings,from single familyto
and none could lose more than multWamlly district. --

one In five. TYPICAL of the visitors
many now jamming Naplesis
bill A redraft of a city ordinance
men provided in exemptionsfor work. was approved which will require the charming Sharon Lee Hardin, daughter of Mr.

These Included necessary top elected officials Council mat !U issued approval to build before seawalls a per. and Mrs. A. Wood Hardin, of Louisville, Ky., shown .4,

and government administrators groins or other beach erosion strolling the Beach Club grounds. Prominent in 5r

ministers superin- control structures The council Louisville social! circles, Sharon will make her debut in
tendents and physicians of Insane will require an advance report
asylums one editor on from the city manager and city the spring. Her 5-gaited gelding was an entry in

each newspaper, one apothecary engineer the Miami Horse Show. (McGrath photo)

for each shop existing Oct -
ober 1, 1862 physicians who Council tabled an application r
had practiced seven years and Peter Zornlk for rezoning of New Mexico Calls National
an area in Block 11, Tier 6,
had attained age college
Naples. The request was for a
professors some teachers change from single family dls.
public primers and men personally tract to multUfamlly district. Guard To Aid In Storm AreaBy
exempted by the president :This request has been discussed

or state governors.THE by CouncU numerous times previously -; THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Guardsmen carried

UNFIT and Council recommen. New Mexico Gov. Jack Camp. feed to Isolated ranches in Quay
Men who were physically un- dations had been made to the pe. tltloner. -Guard and declared two counties ico. And despite inconveniencesand
\ Extra Payments The request was tabled again emergency areas 'Wediies. loss of some livestock,
yesterday to permit the petitioner day as portions of five south ranchers and farmers called the
On GI Loans May to reply to the council recommendation western states struggled to storm a "million-dollar snow."
*. Councilman Joel Ku. crawl out from under
a near The area has been suffering
Be Made Any Time perberg made the motion to table blizzard that began Monday. from a lack of sufficient mots

Veterans with GI loans the request stating "it appears But while snow plows soughtto ture for crops and many ranch.
may the Council being tested to see open streets and highways, era have been forced to haul
make extra payments to their how far it will stretch, and I'm high winds from another storm water to livestock.Economist.
mortgage holders at any time, tired of being stretched" whipping out of Montana Wyoming

or they may pay off their entire and Colorado, blew the Claims
loans without any penalty snow back almost as soon as it
charge.The Taking Steps was cleared in an area between 32-Hour Week Only -?

minimum extra payment Santa Rosa and Vaughn, N.M.
a veteran may make on For Cease-Fire State police said the plows Ten Years AwayMIAMI 4A-1

his GI home loan Is the amountof had to break through 20-foot (AP) A nationally rtqn _
one monthly payment or drifts to reach between 60 and known economist says the 32- 'I'
$100 which ever Is less,Tommy In Indonesia 70 motorists stranded ouUS ts4. hour week Is only 10 years off
All were reported In good condi. and "four jumps" in the work
Kehoe County Veteran Service BANGKOK Thailand (AP)- lion
ing man's future
Malaysia Indonesia and the
Officer pointed out. Philippines announced The Weather Bureau said the And before the century ends,
Should the veteran later become they had reached "some measures new storm contained snow, the work week may be cut down
hard pressed for money of agreement" to make winds of up to 60 miles per hour, to 20 hours, said Dr. Ralph Glnz.
he added the extra payments the cease-fire effective In the and colder temperatures. Up to berg Columbia University economies .
I already made may .. If the guerrilla fighting along the 800. two Inches of snow had fallen professor and chairman
I lender agrees -- be re-applied mile Indonesia-Malaysia fron. southwest of Denver Wednesday of the National Manpower Advis-

I to regular payments In order tier on Borneo. night. ory Committee.
C 'to prevent the loan from going The three principals In the Eight deaths were blamed on lie said the shortened week Is
the storm In the
southwestern one way to maintain the vital
into default. Malaysia dispute also formally
asked U.N. states, four In New Mexico and balance between men and ma.
SecretaryGeneralU ..
four in Texas The storm was chines. "We have always kept *t -
Thant to designate Thailand
Sales Tax Take In as supervisor of the shaky centered in the Panhandles of that balance by reducing our ---

I January Exceeds truce, won by UjS. Atty. Gen Texas and Oklahoma, eastern hours of work." Residence of Everett R Brewer,", 1014 Nelson's ".Ik. facing on the water of Harbour head
Robert F. Kennedy on his re. New Mexico southeastern Colorado His remarks were contained ina
Previous RecordsJ. cent Asian tour.Representatives. and extreme southwestern speech entitled "The Manpow.er .
Kansas. "
Revolution before Colum.
of the three
Ed Straughn director of countries met in closed sessionsfor It produced a record snowfallof bia University and Barnard Col.

the Florida Revenue Commission the 3 hours and 40 minutes on with 26 amounts Inches elsewhere at Borger of Tex.from, lege Wednesday alumni 1 night. organzations One of the 143 attractive homes in Port Royal !

announced today January second day of their confer.
8 to 20 Inches. Glnzberg said the 32.hour
once seeking a solution of the
sales and- use tax collections crisis. Schools stores and offices week will come "not by a radi. Drive through the area and you will see some of the finest residential architecture in Florida; lush

tOtaled in the-123.541,306 of the the highest They emerged with a commu. have remained closed except for cal adjustment but with a creep. tropical landscaping, with oceangoing boots plying the waterways and docked at (the foot of lawns
history tax. nlque signed by Philippine For. emergencies. Abandoned auto. Ing reduction.
I Straughn said the Increase mobiles and trucks still clog the He forecast an hourly decline t
elm Salvador
Secretary P. Lopez We do e
not think that the facts
we overstate
which topped the previous record Malaysian Deputy Prime roads while stranded motorists In "four jumps"r stages -
: high of last January by Minister Tun Abdul Razak and wait for snow plows to open within the next decade: from 40 when we say, "Port Royal is one of the finest

$4,405,173, wiped out the approximately Indonesian First Deputy Prime blocked routes. hours to 37 to 35 to 32. places to live in the United States". We are ;

$150,000 deficit of Minister and Foreign Minister
confident will if fine homes luxurious
i! the sales and Subandrlo you agree ii Ili s
use tax collection which said .
estimate for the first six "We have had exploratory TV'' RADIO) surroundings congenial neighbors, superb'

months of the current fiscal talk and we have wtied! climate and deep salt water at the foot of a t

period. some measures of agreementon of Fame" specials, the produc. your lawn, appeal to you Also one of the ? .
guiding principles making By CYNTHIA LOWRY
The increase over last Jan- the cease-fire: effective in Bor. AP Television Radlo Writer tlon was magnificent in the rich: finest Beach Clubs in Florida the exclusive
uary was 23.02 per cent, and neo-Kallmantan." ness and authenticity of its d*. of
total NEW YORK (AP) Robert E. property Royal owners
brought collections for the
Kalimantan Is the Sherwood's .
Malay "Abe Lincoln in II.llnois tall.The
year to $127,027.467 an increase name for Borneo, which Indonesia ," first produced almost 30 one glaring weakness of t J ,
of 19631978. or 18.28 share with the Malaysian years ago, has lost none of its the adaptation was the inadequate .
per cent over the same period states of Sabah and Sarawak impact timeliness and polgnan. motivation that drew Lincoln ,

last year. and the British protectorate of cy over the years back to Mary Todd after he .... ..
"We had anticipated a substantial Brunei. The 1933 play adapted to 90 had literally run away from her 0" ,. .
on their wedding eve. "''''''
upsurge but not tblssreat" The communique said the minutes of television was pre. Ever since the three ,'" ..: 'i -
talks would resume Friday. seated by NBC Wednesday night major 'tl
Straughn said. "This Ratak told newsmen the three with reverence for the original networks permitted details of l PORT ROYAL REAr.1I CLUB on the Gulf of
1 most favorable revenue total had their proposed 1964.65 schedules y e.-,' -a ,,,, a 'e Meiico, with white powder sand beach in the
paid particular attention to Jason Robards Jr. played the
provides the state with a cush the question of Indonesian brooding character of Lincoln to leak out last week, all of them \ e foreground.

ion to help offset any weaknes- backed guerrillas on Malaysian with great sensitivity and au.thorlty. have been frantically busy rear. a i M
lei that conceivably could develop soil In North Borneo. Kate Reid's develop. ranging eliminating and adding tp
j! In the sales tax or other Ratak said the Issue of Brit. ment of Mary Todd from viva. new shows
sources during the remainder of ish troops, who are helping de. clous and high spirited girl to a Most recent switch involvesNBC's As an experiment, we have lust completed two

), the current fiscal:: year." fond Malaysia under a defense nagging explosive shrew was reported dumping of its attractive homes at 3163 Gin Lane and 3800

Straughn said that January agreement was not brought up. done so well that she kept the was expensive to be"project a weekly 120 tWo.hour," which Rum Row which we are selling at our exact
collections for the sympathy of the viewer from the
if per cent feature film on wVlnesdiy Both residences
t wholesale Prison Inmate disturbed woman. t21! were designed and
\ sporting goods tax The necessity of adjusting the nights. Each program was to be supervised by K.
I\ Henry Harding of Palm
k totaled $128,563 an Increase Makes Auto Tag Sherwood made expressly for television.
play to television'srigid
$51,972 December. show ? Beach; who in our opinion one of the
over Fiscal time One "Johnny North, ,,,. outstanding
requirements resultedin
'r year collections total $418, Reading 'U- umt a more shallow portrait of had been made as a pilot for -- ._::-T:: .,. architects in the United States. Build-

( 112.The RALEIGH N.C. (AP) Lincoln during those formative the aeries, and almost a million Harbour Houn PO" Royal! office ing specifications were of the highest
I sales and use tax revenue There's an rnmate with a tense years in illinois There Just dollars was tied up In the en Ont block can of Gordon Drl... standards.
estimate for fiscal 1963-64 Is of humor at North Carolina's wasn't time to cover the eventsof deavor. That means the network
approximately 228000000. Central Prison. At least, prison the 30 years up to 1860 and filled.has a two-hour spot to be PORT ROYALINCORPORATED Call at the Port Royal office-Harbour House-

An offhand analysis and field officials who supervise the mak. Mill really plumb the mind arid located one block east of Gordon Drive at
log of auto tags hope he meantIt soul of the unhappy tortured
the increase
show was Town and
reports Kings' Fort Charles Drive and
Christmas humorously.The man who was so reluctant to accept Recommended tonlghtt Winter I id' -
due to I booming prisoner's handiwork his destiny.But Olympics, ABC, 9.10 Eastern we will be delighted to show these houses

I business andearlytnfluxofwlnter turned up at an auto store where it was altogether an lin. Standard Time "My Enemy On the Gull .t Naples, Florida to you. No obligation, of course.
t visitors the Revenue Commission state tags are sold. The tag presslve and enlightening! th .. This Town" NBC, 10.11-"Sus.
Director said. read: U-BUM.." rlcal experience: AS tn all "111&11 penH Theatre" tale of revonge. * * * * * * * * * * * *


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