The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075047
oclc - 34296134
notis - AKR3402
lccn - sn 96027187
System ID: UF00079904:00181
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Preceded by: Collier County news
Succeeded by: Naples daily news

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buildings nod I. 'in ttu, .. ,i.n' the oxiatinic hospital; stiucture t> including; Imniokale, whose <"tintrlbutlon to the r*.
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(AP-6.cr.. of staffwiUdeveloplhede. "(or which there Is a military
Dec. I* 101 1:12 1:57:
i tary of Defense Robert S. Me tailed plans.He requirement, Including combat our
Dec. II 11:41 Naraarl announced plan Satur. gave this summary of the and combat support units logo ikL
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programs ther with base mobilization base -
day to wipe out all Army
Add one hour for Marco unit and merge some with the 1 The new force structurewill units such as training divisionsand THE THIRD ANNt'AL Human Society of Naples nnlmal food drive gent a
Add one hour, Naples Hay bridge National Guard. Ha Mid this consist exclusively of units garrison detachments. blur trom'In" Condon .
wW brine the Reserr. Guard He said this will requires paid holding m '11'llhl'lI'll| inipp tt f< a 'td by the name
aystom "Into balance with- the drill strength of about 550,000 of 'Spud." Kollv f'''''dOl\!\ and 'Spook I omlon 110 lildk< up the family
Weather Review contingency war plans. men. of Mi and Mr- \\altfj- Condon of N ."i>li-i \iNTWS photo)

Ht toil s news cuueronco 2. Five independent brigadeswill
Mix. Min. Rob this "moans there will be no Chamber Ads be added to the 11 now lathe I

I DM. S 84 71 0.02 more units ID the Reserve" sl. structure. Theee could be Humane Society What's Happened
though indlrlduals who are not deployed either ts full brigade Claims School
Dee I. 71 (4 '.00 '
Of Ifl a..4paUmi with \Aberun1td To.iftl 1 Youth
Dee,* "7* *' .74 .- .'41 ....' in 4."t..tra1llltr1'ed to- the Asks Food For ,
Guard will Mill be available for Well
Dec. I 72 5< '.05 callupijHe 3. The entire fore would be I No Santa Lctlen
Dec. I 77 57 '.08 Included in the-/structure for Tests T Invade
Wd he had Instructed Sec. Animal Friends
Whai'i happened to the
Dec. 10 11"0 rotary '01 the Army Stephen which the Army procures equip young
Dec. J II I 81 61 .... AUes to prepare plans for re Pfaff SaysAdvertising men*. As a result, equipment start of Collier Coumy-'oont'
Du wpplitd. ky C:.ri b.an G.,...... aligning the Reserve and Guard for two additional divisions end Give dog and cat food for.. our they believe In Santa Claus anymoraf '
homeless animal frtends make
forces "' five additional brigades would Home
0 Improve significant. Privacy
ly the early deployment capa by the GroalerNa. be needed. their a Merry Christmas, too," In other years, the NEW
bully and combat readlneaf of ples Chamber of Commerce In 4. The Reserve and guard la the plea being Issued by the received dozens of letters aJ-
Burglars Get the United States Reserve northern papers Is getting *>. units will merge under man. Humane Society of Naples, Inc., raised to Santa which we were MAKA8QUAN, NJ. (AP) -
forces." vorablo response, says Dave agement of the National Guard. and rod chlmney-type boxes ire happy to prim before The mother of a high school lit...
He estimated this latest reor.ganlzatlon Pfaff, executive vice president 5. The U*. Army Reserve being placed In local grocery sanding dent Is accusing school officialsof
At hem off to the North Pole.
Nearly $500 stores to help collect the dona
would result la aar. of the Chamber. would consist 'entirely of In using psychological tests to
logs of about $150 million Inquiries at tile Chamber.., dlvlduals rather than units and lions. TTiU year? hardly I letter snap' on her family's private
per The. Humane Society In fact 10 fir-Juit
quarters were up seven per cent would provide Individual grocerylist one. life.
Naples SupplyPolice year."The realignment ," In November over thOM of trainees for the units at sum. for the coming year calls tier It b (II wrtneni) But stale education officialssay
McNamara said, "will program Involve November, 1943, Pfaff said, and mer camp or upon moblllxs.tlon for s modest 4,500 pounds ot Dear Santi Cl.w. no snuoplng>> Is Involved and
yesterday were search ." dry food and milk and 04 eases (that tests better
the transfer of the unit structure December U expected to show Please sea If you eon bringme the help plan a
leg (or clues to the burglary of of the Army Reserve Into the a continued upward climb. .. The Individual trainee pro of canned food to suwly; the a race ear and 1 Jeep ohuul curriculum.
the Naples Supply Co. branch of would be Increased to the needs ol aa exiwrted 1,800 anl. The controversy started when
National Guard and the ellml. Good for what pales you"Is gram I've boon quite a nice boy ill
Fuller Industries, 1085 First nation of all units for which the eyecatching slogan ap.pearlng extent that Improved operatic"al I mal guests, year long. Mrs. John J. Dannlgan wrote lo
Avenue, South, In which nearly there Is no military require In the northern paper readiness )Justified the additional Approximately 1IJIdIt.lrJ loot Jo Gene HeUwiy the governor and the stale can.mLUonor *
abandoned and
$500 was stolen. roent. Ida sent out by the Chamber. cost. stray, of sducallon She
The burglary was discovered "The Army Reeervo will eon. "This year plan to come all the 7. Other actions needed to In. animals have been eared for la omplalned that her son, John,
early Saturday morning by Joe slat- of Individuals rather than way down Florida's West Coast crease the readiness Somogyl, an employee, when he units and will provide Individual to NapIes.on.the.Ouli," the ad wW be reviewed In the study. animal shelter since II opened been asked lo comment on
opened the store. Noticing dobrtson trainees for summer camp: and continues.The a little more than a year ago, Message To He whether he had a happy family
the floor he found that a mobilization. t New York Dally News, TO MINIMIZE IMPACT with aa average of 90 animals lUo and how well his parentsg
easement window on the westside "Under the plan the paid Chicago 8tin.Ttmes, Detroit McNamars said that Allis being fed each day. Given ner.22 < along."I .
of the building bad been and The ls dependent think' .It's. unfair to ask. chll.dren .
drill strength wlU be 550,000 News, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Johnson bad assured him society uimn VATICAN CITY (AP) TU
pried open, he telephoned Pat R. welUoqulppod, welUralned offl. Philadelphia Inquirer, and the they will give special considers voluntary eontriiiutions for swhnecessities Vatican prose office announced lo tell about their private
Castenir, the manager who notu ecu and men" Boston Globe, carried Chamberads lion to several points, Including as shelter con. Saturday that Pope Paul VI will affairs," said Mrs Bannlgan,
fled Naples police.Csatsnlr on December 0. Ads will "minimizing the Impact on lo. struct ton and malntaanceequlp. deliver his annual Christmas ''It'. an Invasion o( privacy."
recalled this morning This, MeNamara said, would appear In these papers, with cal communities and Individualsby went, animal ambulances and message to the world at I pm Mri BannlgtA' a housewife.ilao
that he had gone to the safe after compare with the total of 700,. the exception of the Detroit News, splitting units when feasible upkeep, utilities,. Insurance, dls. (. pm.17lT) Dee M. contend that psycholaglcaitesta I
closing time to get change for 000 now In the two reserve or again on January 10. and necessary." Inf.cladmdb atlnna and,moat The press office alsodiselosodhe are being used as a cover.
the clgaret machine, but had not ganlratlona 400,000 In the Advertising will be found In To the extent feasible, aa op. Important, bid. will begin the holiday at mitt up fur laiy and Inefficienta
opened the safe, getting the Guard and 300,000 In the Re.servo. the Toronto Globe and Man and portunlty for individuals who do TO help Meet the food needs, night celebrating Mass in tie < .eJ>era.
change elsewhere.Det.dlve the Chicago Dally News, on sire to serve In the Reserve the chtmney4ype boxesdesigned! Sistine Chapel for the diplomat "My so Johnny getting Cs
Gary Young is In MCNamara said that Gen. December 12| In the New York components will be provided. A and constructed by Mr. and Mra. Ie corps accredited to (heVulcan. and Do because AS'S ileA getting
charge of the Investigation. Harold K. Johnson Army chief Times, January, and the Chic "reasonable period of time" Clifford r, Wlllltllr., are now Uur he will to to the. eaougfc. "homework," she said.
ago Tribune on January'7. will be allowed for units to at. being filled In four participating parish church of SI. Raphael. the ",..,. are lea many rills lathe
The Detroit News will carryaa tale new sutborliod strength stores Including Xwlk Chsk, Pub. Archangel In a workers' section school curriculum, sad this
SONGS OF CHRISTMAS, ol.,.d and new, will be prv sd on January 1, and the levels. llx, Sunsklne" Supre.and Sunshinefoodaft of Home and say s seosnd Is "no eflhem."
tented by the 80-voice NAp!let Senior High School Chicago Dally News again on Jan. McNamars said that Allis Christmas Miss.By .
Chorus in concert on Thurat day evening at 8:15: in uarylO.R and Johnson .have assured Mmthat CAUJ TBACMEHfl LAZY

the Iliifh School auditoriurt 1. The group nil) be U estimated the advertising the transition can be 1M tsld many teachers today
under the direction of Mist I Polly Jenkins, music Inviting the tourists to Naples made without reducing the dot give homework assign.
instructor at the school MIM Jenkins has been active will be seen la 7Vt million readiness of our Reserve forces meats because they're either
and that the
in tho musical productions i of The Naples Player homes during December and Jan. lion will provide resulting organiu. few lasy or too busy getting
and has sung the leading r ole, in Carmen with the Wlestrn uary. The combined circulationof U the read deployment a great gala iradtiaie degrees la order to
the papers chosen to>> carry caps. quittfy (or higher salaries.
Fort Orch She
Myers Symphony is directorptiet f bully and -ornbat resxftnees dour
of the choir at the First Bat Church In Naples V the ads numbers 17,629,136 Reserve tomes"l The tools, she contended, art
merely aa excuse for putting
THC ASSOCIATED Pit US .... Name for Johnny's grades

o* .Ma family environment.Aad .

IJ.Ufalle\\ Yttgo. .KJHAJOIr.l8t1RO (At) A she suggested if leach.
Com muni: law eutaorlilftc Meld control era west puke Into laedomestiattvec
China for proposing a worldronlerowe Over the movement, homes and of their students, "parents
on binning and do. ,ft* of more than 7 mulls of nay ask for equal time and
'III ( III1IL'IIUUti1 fr t' u, i 1 struct: loo ,4 nuclear armaments, ftouft Afrka'o3 million Afrt.eaiui prepare this own tests.. for
: yet setting off its own nuclear who live la stiles and oe Itactors
explosion farms eulilde the African rural Mats Department of Educa.Uoa .
ji'I Premier Peter flambolte re. reserves vUl become effective' officials and Manssquaa'a
I piled to s letter from Red China Jut. I dtouJ psychologist dispute Mrs.
} Premier thou EaJal, proposing exponents III .the measure, Ba. ....'. claims.
1l the conference SMMwnco4 Friday by the gov.ernroent The tests are eat really psy.tfcefe .
la Ms letter, Stambollc Mid describe. It II Sue moat ..Usl teats but are used as
the armaments race had drastic rate-segregatlM Uvlaposed general surveys lo help plea a
reached tie pout "..., modera yet by IIM fIW.,.... totter curriculum, said Dr. J.
arms cannel bo used wtthoutscc Kirk lesion stale director of
)! :aCh t'ig life on the earth MADRID ( ?)) A/geMlAO, sal se. Bsyeholncy.'
I Uader suds cendliloiM," horontiauod. e..Preel4ent AM ",on'. Ul. ''11 the schools are to do a
"U IS of tremendous fated move aril'' luaus. monin to g.eud M .la leaching the three
Importa/i'e '"> stop the aegatlv retain DOOM brought M ItJtt... ju, they must tue tile beet
devolotimenl but, Ibis cans. be turn tatty from tile patsh otterta si their command and
I achieved with proposals for ao.Cotlatloa government give, ip politics or psfdMitoglcal loots are an Ink
uY which are followed by leev Spe la wghla a rno tlt. portaot .help. ," he said.
i meloar eRkKUALA a' TIM government also expelled Mrs Bannlgaa'a complaint
all of ,.teIa'' poltttaal eoUafco.rstors centered around a tool contain
LVMPt'R (AP) for helping, engineer tile tag a long list of hypotheticalsltuailoaa
Malaysia us turned lows an abortive try lo rotor to SouthAaterka. ranging from weight
J Invitation 10 *iia other AaUaaetioM "CIWeIIII to home life to the site
ui alsmsstag the ".. B wee WHferMood thl Porno of weekly aaowaocea. It was
bio formation of a MltttsM and.COSMJMISI would to nipoetod M "U M given lo an 000 members of the
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: COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Sunday, December II. !le*.4 Ik from one-thirty to four

Mr. Upham will be her again Buddhists Renew Drive

'Y -. ." "....Jaetext Tuesday at 1 p.m.
It WM Christmas turkey and

I sues Bonita all the Club Hall trimming met for their at the u December Community the HoosIer To Topple Viet Regime

from meeting, program and dinner. .
Huong himself They have mace
By RAE. WEAR 'Che hall was all aglow with1MIon' SAIGON, Viet Ham (Nets)) it clear they would settle for
,::;"" .." '''',,, Buddhist
ustaar decorations, when Vietname' a't week cl I I nothing less than veto power
President John Holland called embel'kecl SaturdlY
This week(Tuesday)the Bon- ThemondtlybwW/Msullen. 01 seating and praying and! over the appointment of ant
the together A donation official Viet
meeting Nam
Its Springs An League, with 18 was held alter the work..... r threatened I renewal of suicidal ranking
wu made the Vietnamese and
by American
of their members attending and final arrangements for the group in their drive to topple the bar.
to the Banks Beach Boostersto Premier of
held a get-together In the local an exhibit today December used government Infiltrated the
finance one channel marker, have
Community Hal I,when they welcomed 13, at deComfnllryHaUwsre
which project the Boosters are Tr.Seigdl11Buddhist! headquarters> i groups, seeking to turn national
Mrs.Elsie Dorey Upham completed. b, rule into chaos
sponsoring with the aid of othergroups. multi-pronged ant
told of a
from Naples who Instructed the Members were requested to campaign on the i The Buddhist hierarchy, in a
group In oils and casein. It get their paintings'In by 10 government regime's air, letter to VS Ambassador Max.
Birthdays were recognized heels of the Huong
was Interesting and most Instructive a.m. today for recllt ration.The with greetings extended toMes- t : nouncement that more United I well D. Taylor, called on the

doors will be open to the pub- dames Lena Coble. Mavis Holland t Slates aid would be pouring Into i United States for support in tI
help South Viet Name armed I campaign to oust Huong's re.
Armstrong ,
In the antiCommunist I
forces and economy alitBut
A program was presented the Huong government

Garlands Tree Ornaments Chandeliers by Mr. and Mrs Paul Ever- These developments war marked I Friday Issued a communique

Beatrix Potter Figurines ban and was well received. the end of two weeks of relative( announcing the American
calm In the capital and the beginning agreement for a step.up in as.
Toys Games Stocking Stuffers WOMAN'S CLUBA of the Buddhist cam. slstance. .A proclamation of

24 Hour Imprint Service On heany "welcome back" ,1: : "'t.l;; i1' palgnt joint plans hinted the war soon

Our Wide Selection of was extended by President 1M91ai+liW t67wlrilQMb/NIMia rlwww...... .. .(.n.... __ ..._ ,.... ,4... .'.:...., 1. Buddhist Monk Thick Tlnh will Viet Name be extended frontiers.beyond North South Viet
Christmas Cards Ethel Dennett at the regular JOliet, nominal overall leaderof
meeting of the Bonita Springs GETTING A GOOD START is the new Port au Villa structure oppo- the Buddhists, and several 1 )Nam\ has been dispatching re.
emits and supplies to the Com.
wouldconduct I
Woman's Club site Moorings Beach Gulf Shore Boulevaid it ranking aides said they
rvi.criuia' Tuesday nightto on When completed a 48.hour hunger strike munlst Viet Cong by way of
Crayton C-' t Mesdames Poly PollowsW, will contain 56 cp-opeiati\e! apartments" Developed bth Hexagon 2. Buddhist I headquarters >trails through eastern Laos

Cove Hid,. MI 1-3840 Eros Mahodll,Florence Moore Corporation, the building was designed In Nelson Fneiber and is opened for a continuous roundof I Authoritative American
"at-Ihe-cove" Eleanor Manchester and Rae being built by E. H. Maihoefer, JiVes Downing is the sales agent prayers for the government'f i .. in Washington con.

Eno, Mrs, Eno and Mrs Man A model apartment will be ready for inspection bv December 2(>th. overthrow.S. US commitment to a 10
Chester later joined the club The main Buddhist school I to 15 per cent hike In aid, but
in membership. (NEWS photo) In Saigon Issued a pamphlet to. i said there were conditions at.athed. .

Three of the members celebrating day condemning British Am I Ibassador l These Included a requirement .
Gordon Etherlngton. < for the Saigon rove
The Agency With Personal I Service week were their hostesses birthdays,Mis this s Virginia past- Parks RenamedTo Arrest Smith for his Dec. S speech at
his home, praising Huong who pent of Its armed forces and
I IA Mlddleton and Mesdames Library Board Burglaries was the guest of honor. I police
Mildred Rlggs and Rae Wear. To 4. Monks In Darlac Province, The U.S aid bill, presently
d.p.ed.bl.seey, Their door prize went to Mrs.Mary TALLAHASSEE-Secretary East Naples 160 miles northeast of Saigon, i ii more than $41 million a year,
retponeible i f State Tom Adams has .
for protectini you, your Land, while their game Danced I the aM.I of of three burglaries i said they were awaiting orders family, home end biwinoMafalnit prizes went to Mesdames Mildred ; re-commlsslonlng the East Naples area was; from Saigon to begin protest i million. Thla Includes economicand
Benjamin G. Parks 885
Ins rabi. threat Smith, Dette HruAAe.ErnaMahodU.ElIubethE&1erd, military assistance
every suicides against the government i
LOB Chief
of 1 low through I planned propirn Avenue South, Naples, as mem. Friday by Fighting in Viet Nam claimed
such veil
\ i as the series of fiery
fornla of the
bar Collier Library ) Aubrey Rogers
of Broard.
protection punntood Ens Mundorf, Agnes Wolcott: sacrifices which last year by eompanlee strength' of unquestionedfuiencial Opal Car rell. Helen\ Whltfleld, are County sheriff's office helped bring down the Ngo Dlnh 1 Friday A US. Army officer
Jo Bender Hertha and said that Dempsey Diem regime. killed' in a Viet Cong ambushwas
Mar Member Sailing Clubbers alias Leroy DeLoach,' Originally Buddhist leaders the seventh American com.
] Henley were days
who released from Ral.
was but to 1 bat fatality In four days. Four
supported Huong objected
urged bring In Christmas
to State Prison about six month
To Meet TuesdayThe other Americans wounded.A .
several were
members of his cabinet
guts for the Sunland Training And and who moved to Naples
on grounds that they had been series of Communist at.
Center by next meeting newly organized Naples three weeks ago, has con. three district
I tacks towns
affiliated with the Diem regime. on in
Q'g Imum ACUCJ.IIC.l .Sailing Club will hold a cock.taU ton to the burglary of the
refused to reshuffle the I Chuong Thien prlvlnce, about
1j Huong
I t er's'
party and dinner .. .
meeting office on Novem
cabinet and the Buddhist lead. :100 miles south of Saigon, re.
Choir Tuesday at B p,m. at the Tie warm
Baptist ZS In which $25 In cash,
*S2 Srh Avenue Lath ;hlllan CoveFollowing. 1 1 ers turned their attacks on i suited in heavy Vietnamese
of binoculars and radio
rl''e.e ,.S MlNtBlet a casualties A U.S spokesman
rlwidaLtteAdsteas! Christmas the business meet. I stolen; Fayard's Hardware said 30 Vietnamese were klUed
I leg, a program> will be presented after' off Airport Road In which
Cantata SundayMembers t mphaolzlng "The Basle Facts 'on the typewriter and electric Post Office or alone.wounded at Due Long district

)f Balling for Beginners." I good taken and the East
thee were ;
of the choir of Meanwhile, Peking
Both the dinner and the pro. First Baptist Church will said Saturday "It Is
Business sheer
I rum will be to 'suits. Way
open which television set
anyone a was
: sent their annual Christmas can.,who Is Interested. Reservations absurdity for the U.S. to image
tats at ISIS o'clock next Sunday ine that by a limited expansion
,may be made by calling Corn. ence of the stolen with .
goods Ahead
night December 20, Everyone, 63 of the war it can lessen its dim.cullies .
Jack O. Messmer <
at exception of the
le Invited to attend. typewriter in South Viet Nam"
Following the cantata,Christ MI 14272. I II lent.. the cash, have been recov. Christmas cards and packages

mas tea will be held at which I Rogers said. pouring Into the local Post
." !Corp., Edward Hunter and :> about 10 PUBLIC
Christmas .roodl. will be CG Busy Pulling and Office are running NOTICI
served and carols The tea Weatherholt were In 12 ahead of
sung to per cent last
d'' It you sri the nappy will take the place of the regular Shrimpers Out Of 'firm.And, of the Investigation\ year Postmaster Ken Rogers LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT'

owner of a new apart family night supper.Douglas Gulf Of Mexico said yesterday."we NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AIR CONDITIONING

ment or home, be sure *' j 31, expect a heavy day Monday S..I.d bidi will b. rcivd b, th I
ST. PETERSBURG (AP)-U. mood Corporations ," he said. City ol NOJ\'" Council .t City Hill
to lilt Cattle's MS .
Naples S. Coast Eifhin' Sir.el South Napli"'
Danser : Guard planes and ships :Murphy Four trucks arrive In Naples Florida dne'rt,y mn..n
only I shop offering were kept busy Friday rescuing\ would Charters J.nu.ry a, 196r., .10 00 m Li T

?j a complete selection of Pledged 'Lambda'Douglas lent persons from the .. to.,over Secretary of State Tom each 24-hour and period for bringingmall local for follow' furnithtng. and inttall nm tNt

linens B. tossed: Gulf of Mexico. i"*" 4 taking t has announced the char packages '"..1, ponpl.lc' .lr. cooling ty lrm lot
Danser Maples .
'Moat ot those rescued wire delivery Inn fily Council' muting room lCity
was among the 32 students se- ) of two new Collier Coun Hall
/from shrimp boats which got In. ]last! I Dom. ventilating' fan for the *udtonum ,
lected as new pledges by frt. i to trouble when SO mile an hour I]inger's corporations as follows o( the City of ....pl.'

& Bedspreads sheets blinkers ternltles on the DeLand cam rinds whipped Gulf waters Into I iI Deep Country Development ioulh.a.1 Roc..Ion corner Confer locator of Camber m tht
pillows pus of Stetson University In froth. Is mended (B-87444)PostOf-) Soviets Want Paso
,' and even mattress pads the opening rush of the fall The rescues were the result I I .: Box 8, Everglades Fla, nwd.bls 5"uI'Onl. hem IM dad elf ad'., 0''lI.m the arty a'
oordlnatlon between Cots stocks "" .n..., m, Cly ,H.II Th. COy r,
4i semester t 10,000 shares of Talks
Bath towels shower Regular
curtains, rugs r.rvn the tI.hl 10 r.jlCl any 0'
M Danser the son of Mr. and c Suard eearch aircraft which at $1 per share. Filed all bale
and brass accessories Mrs. Douglas Denser of 172 potted the troubled vessels, and 2. 1964 dealing In Cdy V P"bn..r WOOD Ji

Linen table cloth and luncheon sets First Street South was pled- cutters which made the actual estate. Incorporstorst With AlliesBERLIN -D.. 11.-NW !Nil
Hj as well at unusual plastic mattIt's fraternity Lambda CM Alpha p Ickups Men were rescued from three E.Lees,Everglades,Fla., (AP) Soviet offi. NAPLES MOSQUITO:
H.G racely, Mary Jane 'dais have suggested that regu. CONTROL DISTRICT
_______ b shrimp boats and one mullet < !/, both of Naples, Fla. 'lar meetings between Soviet and SEALED NOTICE BIDS TO will BIDDERS be received by
]look William H. .Western Allies officials In Berlinbe the I Board Committioneri ot the
still time to select unusual Favorite Composition Iflcat by Gracely, re-established. Allied :Naples' Motquilo" Control Didrict in
oat.No sources
Office Box 1796, Naples the O'Uriel Office .1'011 AlPr.
Christmas Gift Not long before his death :Saturday described the move as I h Rd or P 0 eo. 7 r5, Napl.+,
Mail Delivery I the .. County. Floiida to 1lu 90
lleoutlful Gift Wrapping and In 1943 Rachmaninoff said: "highly ambiguous. : std
P l01I (C ST
& C. of ) JanuaryAL 11. ILLS lor
Naples Inc.
Prompt Shipping "Of all my compositions, 'The This Year Dec. 26 I These sources discounted re. I' 0N.emg
Isle of Death' Is dearest to The ( ) Post Office Box I ports that the Soviet suggestionwas USED BrCHCRA'To
WASHINGTON (AP) Post the Naples. Fla. Auth.Stock OR C U" AIRCRAfT
my heart, an attempt to revive the 5prClfiCATlOOolS AHa IIIROPOS
.. 1250 THIRD ST., SOUTH, LETHHli I master General John A. Gro. I quire Sout"f shares of common at $I I(four-power status for all of Ber i bona/ BLANKS may be obtained by
nouakl baa announced susperuslon I dunce l share. Filed December 7 I Inn There have been da., bidden upon applicationat
h ,Jr.Jr. r'Y JP:16n31>r..>>To+ 1rxY : 16x16 1>r.>>r.-r.1 Y.rYr ."1 : of normal mall deliveries decide dealing In real and perI, I meetings between the no regular Soviets I the oil Dittricl ce of the....pl.Naplet.. Florida MotquiloControl
,.... ..
Saturday, Dec 26, so that meet Board the right to
"Js ; ) property Incorporators j and the Western Allies In Berlin I reiect, a.ll bids and w1.vUan .
Office personnel can have T.j j for several years I and all/ formalitietr .
I three-day Christmas weekend The R. Brown June ORDER of the Board of Com
II Irene The Russians have repeatedly noun. ,".. Naples Mnquito Control
s A. Kopp all
I I minimum expense to the gov.i suited indicated that they would wel. I Oittncl Naplet. Florida
FREEc 4 1 i Naples. Fla. Filed by (J. ome: such meetings to talk thOlm.Or Richard" Brathaar

& Employes who normally and Post Office Box 798. I about the status of West Berlin.I'Dec H JO I1M rtol
have worked that Fla. -- -
: day public The Allies have rejected this, .
be entitled to a
IRON : day oft the following jI I status of East Berlin must also CRUISING
& PROCTOR week, on which substitute work. RESIDENT DIES I be: diSCussed
Sa era would have to be hired tol,from The Russians maintain that
& replace them That Is where the they East FRII LISTINO
The News was going Berlin Is the capital of FOLOCKS
TOASTER :lalnU million to$4 million cents ,.... word was recel4 4 Communist East Germany for All 1 TO OAT CRUISII
& PROCTOR *' cornea In, Gronouskl said ed. on.. which All, WINTIt A /eeiNGArwd
of the death In Mont they have no responsl. rtw vrM, torfte, AMI <.
; N J of Charles W. 1 Misty M/.rl/ M.dd.I,. .e. Aarrka
'As WESTINGHOUSE IMMERSIBLE PERCOLATOR am a J,. who has a "If the Soviets were to say eew..l er.P. a C .bb..o
& ., residence" at 181 :the now that they still considered ouwoTNEwoeIlTiurE

Avenue. North four-powtr agreements on uT E.rAtowA.tn
B s. Williams "ho has I Berlin valid for the entire city cow outssr..w.r
ELECTRIC BLANKETYOUR To Give I of friends in the 4 one Allied diplomat said ''this
would be of .testa
& died at 4 o'clock world-shaklng.
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& To Own I t 11J A Leyden of 250 I we Soviet --
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astonish' covered up in theological silks

Glimpse Of Things To ComeThe mg Christmas fact that God Is the breaks Into and satins.who It have is not done his enemies this

dreadful 1 thing; it is his
Administration is determined to aid program will be subject to new appraisals history came to worship friends."

strengthen this country's standing and with the objective being to reduce The and shepherds the Wise Men made Theology is more much

authority In the world and tougher it. And "Those neutral and nonaligned ) Yet, It tbis more-than silks and satins
their long journey. As a matter of fact it is another .
policies, of an all-embracing nature, are nations which invariably vote time it ii each person who kind of "silks and sat

being put Into effect That is the substance with Russia on world issues will be left make the Journey, under ins" that keeps most persons

of "revealing article in a recent to get aid from Russia, not from the U.S." standing what and whom he from coming to BethlehemIt

issue of U. S. News & World Report. And We're going to get tougher with Russia worships the is to our think danger of Christ that we as begin a.
the result, as a subhead put it, is that In the U.N. too. It will be demandedthat It Is not Just faith h it the legend, someone in the past
The new team in Russia, DeGaulle of she pay the $61 million she owes, object of Christ faith mil. but hardly contemporary
heart of
France, a group of new-nation 'neutralists or lose her votes In the Assembly. The much of our telling of It comes to this: are we
Too .
make the
,' are in for surprises. The decisions rules provide for that, but so far have this tremendous story'The may film.1 be willing to we are, we long Jour.hate

were made shortly after election day at not been applied.This I lost in the pageantry. uch a to make the necessary plans

a meeting of the President with his aides. pageant whichghardly reveals think through many desires,
u.s.p1TERM/NAT/ay ask many questions. And
The story, at the 'magazine reports It' a massive program Indeed. To PAY REFUSAL ofetheaperon lty the of Christ come Into conflict with some

in detail, goes like this> quote U. S. News once more, "All around AneS 1'N7$ 5 pYIET the contemporary prevalent Ideas.
The Western Alliance is to be Likewise. This of God is not
the world, in Africa as in latin America, versions of such Old
strengthened. The prime problem here within the Communist empire as In West Qo stories as .dramas only competent.omnipotent God is; it competent.is omni-

is France, and DeGaulle's cooperation is ern Europe, U. S. diplomats are learning Gideon" are moving the note of That is something more than

wanted. But an overhaul will go ahead that the Johnson Administration wants .::: man's which triumph.end on It's excellent Hollywood pageantry or seeing
a forsythia bloom in the
without him if need be. The object is : hardly
U. S. policy to be brought into line with theater. It's life spring. To understand this is
to shore up NATO, which hat been the and of God breaking into the hills
new tougher U. S. approachto Fosdickonce I starlight over angel
showing grave weaknesses. i Harry Emerson songs bursting a long jour.
foreign policy Weeks and months noted that we have the
China the member of the ney searching answers to
newest Christ off
ahead Johnson to push
just as President now temptation questions. To recognize this
nuclear weapons club, is to be made to plans it, are to give the world a pictureof "into those Byzantine heaven frescoes possibility is to come to wor

realize this country will not tit back and a U. S. able end determined to take until, Christ-the into a distant real Christ ship and to go away a new

accept threats to Southeast Asia. Force the lead in Nazareth person.
In wprld affairs. who grew up
will be met with force. who taught beside the lake, For man is here not Just to
:. the bigotryof keep a stiff upper Up. lie It
The stultifying war in Viet Nam is ,, who challenged to understand that man.
"'" 'n nn refused to bend
to be kept under the closest scrutiny and had to overcome In connection before the priests the power of Rome, though frail enough can

frequently reviewed. The magazine says In this, It ls clear, there are risks and with this project. Without this prayed In agony of need in know the power of God. In
To The EDITORWANTS man's assistance, the Christmas and died courageously this Is our despair and our
the President wants to shore up the South difficulties. Some of our allies are less where the garden
lighting would not be Calvary-has been hope.
Vietnamese government so that It can enthusiastic than we would like for the It is today. on

do its own fighting and our forces can hard line that the government now apparently There are many people we
withdraw. (Only yesterday it was announced embarking upon. A delicate PEN PAL KEEP THE ROAD would like to thank for their you may be assured the Naples President
Editor Collier County Newsi Jaycees will continue to support Naples JayceesEDITOR'S
that aid to Viet Nam will be touch will be required we must make Editor, Collier County Newsj lam We ,enjoyed reading the article assistance we can't In thlsprojectbutofcourse name them silt all efforts to promote ( NOTEi We gave
am a Japanese girl.
increased.) our strength felt, and unequivocally, 14 old. I would like about the amazing pro- however, we would like to recognize Christmas lighting and will pro the Jaycees editorial bouquet
Cuba, the stony goes, ". Is to be without fear-creating saber rattling much years to have a friend of my cress being made on Marco Lou Parks and Florida ride whatever assistance can for the Christmas light program -

still further cut off from the rest of the Events in a restless, troubled and own age in your country. I Island. It has Just been reported Power and Light personnel, as In the near future. This project not having been advised
that the holds a special place In the that the club had withdrawn.
world, and turned Into a more expensivedrain swiftly changing world have forced this am writing to you be In the hope Commissioners to are consider Council well as,the and City The Manager Greater,City Naples hearts of all the Jaycees of The city now makes arrangements -
that able
on Russia." Furthermore, attacks on new "tough" policy upon the U. S. The me you in may touch with a to help ing vacating the county road Chamber of Commerce.We Naples, both past and present. for the putting up and

our elements in the area, including observation President seems ready to pursue It diligently get who may wish to youngperson havea from the intersection of State regret droDPlne out but Marvin C.Cecil, taking/ down of th*decorations)

planes, will bring swift re- and with the hope that it will pen friend in Japan. Road 92 on Marco lOUthto Cax-
If this road U
taliation. change the tide that at times has seemedto What I would like to do Is to ambaa Pass.
vacated !it will deprive Cape Historical
That Is not all by any means. The be running so swiftly against us. exchange about school Information life and and dally views life Romano and Klce Island property COLLIER COUNTY

and to swap stamps, ptctunpostcards owners of access to Cax- ta, KURT CRIESSHABCR | AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDAMORE
"\ made mabas Pass. These taxpayers
or even things
deserve to have access: to a
I at school point from which they can reach
.Washington . eee> ee> eete> . . eeetoe Writing and reading In English their property by boat and, ON THE "CARLOS" TREASURE MAP
will 1 b. very helpful to me
In studying the English lang eventually by causeway.We .
WASHINGTON (AP) The gal bid on Dec. S to 28 at times organization opposing nuclear hard be suggest It Is to the best
So 1 will try to
Securities and Exchange Com this week. weapons; and Run Nixon of uage. Interest of Col'ter County that
mission has launched a probe of WASUDJOTON CAP) Houae New York, general manager of of use to my friend In anyway this access road be maintained. .
the National Guardian news that I can to make up fo'this t'1'' ,. -- os..w -
recent wide price fluctuations In Speaker John W. McCormack of a For one thing,the Cape Romano ; q. "
the stock of the District of Massachusetts has cent tsdcontempt paper. extra benefit to me.
Columbia National Dank. of Congress dilations They were queatloned In con. I got the idea of writing to area 1s a great potemlal.ouneof :
The National Association of against two women and a man nectlon with a lecture tour In a newspaper from the Youth tax revenue to the county.
Security Dealers, a self-regula who refused to answer questions IMS by Kaoru Yaaul, a Japanese Council for International Con- However, In order for this potential
tory group of oveMhe-counter at a closed seaslon of the House law school dean and ban. tact at 20, 1-Gnome, Jlmbo- to be realized, the present /i\II )
dealers, said Friday it had bun subcommittee on un-American the-bomb spokesman. They ex. Cho, Chlyoda-kw Tokyo, Japan property owners must be
Informed by brokers that the activities. pressed willingness to t.ltltJln. This organization which helped by continued county
SEC had asked for ditch of all Cited were Mrs. Dagtnar Wll. public but not in secret. has thousandsof maintenance of existing access
1 am a member
trade In the stock Thursday and son and Mrs Donna Allen,both WASHINGTON CAP) UJ. road on Marco to Caxambas j\
Friday of Washington and active In Dirt Judge Spottswood Robin student members all over Pass, and by being given permit _
The bank stock Jumped from Women Strike for Peace, an son plans to announce Tuesday Japan and tries to promote international when desired to construct _
whether he has authority to step friendship and understanding.
a causeway across the pass,
"" > Into the hotly disputed preslden.tlal ,
,- ., > ,' -. election of International I am very much In favor of This county road should also _
Electrical Workers. this aim and I think I can helpto remain open for use of county v _%___ Fc
Insurgent candidate Paul Jen.nlngs make this a peaceful and residents wishing to enjoy the
has accused the union's excellent fishing, swimming,
world by being a good
Red Asian Policy: Kill trustees of changing the rules friend friendly to someone In another shelling and boating In the Cape :
after they feared President Romano area. The large sandbar ,
r Leave the Weak James B. Carey might be losing country. I will be very grate II'and lying southeast! of
,t Strong, the Job he has held since the ful to you U you can help to Cape Romano Is an Ideal spot
r union was founded in 1949. put me In touch with someone
for these activities It seemsto
who wants to do the same i
Correspondent :. II 1 ] 11 1 ) Motoe Wada be growing larger every
Assn.WASHINGTON. 45 3-<:home year. It must be at least one-
Newspaper COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Kameldomachi Koto-kw half mile long and 10 acres In

MICHAEL CHANCE, tdlt.-Iublhh.t area. Why doesn't the county
NEA) Tokyo, Japan
( THOMAS HAVEN. AMMlat EditorPubllinod acquire this Island and developIt
My experiences with Red revolutionaries In Asia lead me (EDITOR'S NOTES Is It possible
and In the Congo dolly: oxcpt Monday that some Collier County as a palm cove red recreation
to believe the killing of Americans Belgians end Siturday In the r .moon by park?
is part of a pattern. ho Collior County /: south CoIno .- youngster of 14 Is studying Ja- Expedition to Cayo de Pino finds "third ant" described on treasure map
., Avonuo, N.pis However with available
71 Twolfth public
and Chinese and would benefit from
As they retreated In Korea, the Red Koreans Flo'. 1140. Mill. addrm K O. panese
would line up the men and women leaders of each village ,.. 1717.Tolopheno. such a contact?) beach area rapidly shrinking -
and town they evacuated, force them to dig trenches, shoot Mldwiy 11107 for alldportmonu. or becoming prohibitively Several skeptical Inquiries of the treasure's hiding place.
and bury them in these open graves. ,, expensive, and the population have. come In from readers death anyone who revealed the His heirs kept the map for
I have Interviewed Korean witnesses to these Incidents. I '" ', 'r '' increasing by leaps and bounds, concerning the article on treasure hiding place which was an In- many generations, but finally
have seen pictures of the mass killings. :."I_I j"wh" ,,, :,:\ '< < \ the county should act on this maps. One reader asks dlan shell mound Just off the it came Into the possession of_

In several villages I know of, these killings averaged more without delay before It Is too if anyone his attempted an expedition beach. Crude maps on parch- In enthusiastic American collector
than 100 adults each. In cities, the greater. .MltLt colrI late. Tbe county could make a to find the buried hoard n emwereprepared and then ,
This practice not only took out the levers. It eliminated _I RCLIVI AMouR profitable thing out of It by from the shlpCsrlosmentioned tom Into small pieces so no Several expeditions were organized -
virtually the whole upper strata of village life-the skilled, AN' MAC T t 51 N t charging a small admission fee in the translated Spanish map? outsider could locate the treasure In the early Twentiesand

the better educated, the managers, the better farmers, the 1 ACROSS Bow S3 'urnh OAD SCRtnADC to cover upkeep and expenses. There also were questions about trove. finally In the Thirties the

teachers. Communists 5, Crania: S.. WIld duck .!. S .R A W N Y Marlll A boat landing at the end of the huge amount "twenty mil But the mutineers now found treasure site was located. One
By thus destroying the local leadership, the n Maltose ant 'T t S T 1i .6 A S the existing county road wouldbe lion"), which does sound like} a themselves In an unenviable of the explorers made mention
for the Red
created chaos In their rear. This made It easier a.l'ublle calico ... V t 'vi. V IV I. A N an Integral pan of any such fantastic sum, and how we know position. The days under the that the keel of the wrecked

underground With to of mote the educated In. the strong and the courageous vehicle sa"l hnprle A c C T. Nt' 1'1' A A r.IS. project. the big Tana tree can still be hot sun passed Into weeks.Food Carlos was still visible on the
many II Dewnnlnrd William H. Morse ? There was some Intimation supplies from the dwindled shoal after all those
dead, the Communists counted on villagers electing weak or S t4 It A A'T 0 N. N t 'vi seen ship years.
could deal with. Slam ruin S9 lI.ndlnaA Ethel M. Morse that there could be a tall, until the starring men began Three of the markers shownon
pliable heads the Red underground agents H t L OT C. LAN tIS
I. Emerged 40 Glori
College Park Md. tall story connected with the eating cactus buds or any- the map were located there
.\unl: Sp U. .\nal t R A St.. A V A T II .R
IN SOUTH VIET NAM the Communist Viet Cong have followed thing else they could find. A fore w. can state with authoritythat
Suon king .R S S I map.First
the same pattern. 17. Iumll 43. hn.aed CHRISTMAS LIGHTS of all, readers will be shortage of fresh water addedto the big Tana tree Is still

I was talking in Saigon a short time back with an able 11. IMrie .1.r..1 SOLUTION 0' YUTlIDAY'S 'UULI Editor Collier County News: Interested In some additional the discomfort of the men visible today. However the rest
young Vietnamese whose brother was a hamlet chief In the furs unit action The Naples Jaycees, In cooperating history on the map. The Spanish who now found themselves prisoners of the area b so thick with
far south. 19. Eternal: U Dink S Slollln T Conch with the City of Naples frigate"Carlos." actually on the desolate barren cactus and thorn bushes that
"My brother," he said, "is no Communist. lie hates the 21. IIrdplenl 46 Spreadro Ind'.11I a. Cooed and Florida PcverAUght, carried the vast sum of twenty Island. Mosquitoes and sand- clearing the land would be a maJor -
Communists. But he's very careful not to do anything they Indignant dry' 4. Cuaquercd 9. lrful been purchasing and providing million pesetas,or about$31/2- teas harrassed them day and operation, according to one
like do much of anything at all. They've told 26 lIl1rr.lo- S l led for 10 Common have
don't or even DOWN for the Installation million, which was to be die annual right. of explorers.The party also
him that If he does nothing, If he idles along he can live. If gist bags ealth the manpower
l payroll for Spanish soldiers The crew managed to endure found the nights unbearable because
he tries to do something to help build up the hamlet and makelife SO Famous I Cllooae 6 Account 12. !I"IIDler'Iobn of the Christmas five
II. h. stationed in Mexico. weeks of ids torture before of mosquitoes and other
ricer for approximately ten
abbe Tran.pI.1 lights
better, they'll get him. \ earn
20 Tbe ship sailed from Spain becoming insects. The hired laborers
I talked to an American who had spent the past several) years.This. desperate It
years In Vietnamese hamlets. "If a hamlet thieI. too ableor I J 7 S T I' ,4 21 Twofold year the Board of Directors but stopped at Havana before was obvious that ao many men became almost! mutinous, so
does too good a Job," be said, "the Reds first warn him to 23.11as'a of the Naples Jaycees continuing on Its El-fared voyage could not subsist on the meagre when the next marker could DOC
slow down. If be doein't. they kill him. Their Ides Is that If II 'I /3 "h.m voted to withdraw from this Apparently the crew was vegetation of the bled be found the expedition decided

the people In the hamlets have good government, they won't I If 'J' 2. To..rd annual project due to the short well aware of the vast treasure The Spanish ManCrwarfrom to move toward another she
want communism, but If the government Is poor, they will" / 25 nuorlllt laI. of qualified climbers and aboard and conspired to Havana now appeared on the about which there were reliable\

"So the Communists over the past several years have killed ,I. / 1 "a chtmitry age equipment, and because of the seize control of me ship As horizon. The mutineers halted clues\ of other wrecks
thousands of able and eager administrators. This frightens 21 AkI tremendous scope of this project they passed nearCa/odePtnos h after consptrlrg to deny any On me third site stained an
other hamlet and village chiefs into not doing too much. It I I 21. c.'plured broke An the knowledge of me
(; z: / ) In the years to Coma The a mutiny cut. missing trea encrusted chest Wed with
means the government of many hamlets getting worse ill J l+ J 29 SUllln, board found that we have for ship's officers were slain and sure. The item captain of "slave money" was found In
i/ 'il .altJ1ab continued to burden the! crew deliberately grounded the rescue ship noting that all qune shallow water. Tbe delighted
CONGO if this means anything, Red Chinese 7 0 step six years
pattern I. if I' If the vessel about s quarter tofu missing crew members,
: active chairman.Mr.Lewis were members of the expedition
agents are telling their retreating African Congo rebel / 0 31 Coaweb our
proteges (before they leave each town or village) to kill, imprison w ? u ) JJ h and lead parks with the Christmas offshore on s shoal. Tbe ship'sbottom b officers u swift of me Carlo, meted returned to their base in
Z thus keeping was ripped open as punishment. A ma* Miami.An .
and native peoples white lighting project
or frighten away foreign
and black, who might be leaders or rallying points for demo I Jf 3a ,. JI 32.14oporSoea 33 froiroiMonr him from his family and personal settled In water so shallow mat Jortry of the crew was shot or account: of the expedition
cratic or religious thinking. 38 DlO.nl business at Christmas the deck was entirety exposed: been on the IpO(. The others 1s recorded In a well-known

If they succeed In this, even though they lose the military ///. dd '"' 37 Rwky lull Urns He was the only qualified st low tide. Now the rebellious chained and tales to Havana American research institute
battles and are forced underground, they will have so weakened person st the time to handle crew took die food IQRlIeIlDtI where they languished In which w. decline to name since
the non-Communist opposition that the Reds will have l ;:: lofl 40 lattmkUtr same being an engineer for treasure and went ashore. a death cell. On ci the con members of the expedition

an easier ,time building a strong Communist organisation 4. / ", / de 41.demon Bira Florida Power&Ught. After selecting a suitable hiding demned prisoners received vtsitors *tt eager to search for the
later in pills of the ConKo. : I wish I could go Into detail place for the treasure theringleaders and succeeded to making still missing treasure of the
Thus even In losing, they would be setting the base for for Mm* 24 mln. v -- about me many problems Lou threatened with std smugging out a erode map Carlos.
r future Bed victories

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COLLIE COUNTY NEWS. N.pl.. Fl... Sunday D...",_ II, |v4 s'A'
Istrodtclig Margaret Stllirl ,School Menus

The mew at Lake Park: School

lee the comutg weektMondayJiarae Wienie *c. VL. l'
The Female Side :
sad tab,.iIk.eteeoUte puaenrt, bct rolls ","

T eeday Hjaburfer, once,
teeeed salad cherry pie sd
Of The NEWS GetsA mitt
w......,. Ham slice, .*.
eeJboed potatoes, cole slaw,
Itap Jeflo raisins, hot rolls J.\NE h1ARY /1 1t
artsilk.TtwredaykRoast. 8)

Helping Hand turkey, dress.
inC, buttered sweet potatoes, tomato
and encumber wedges, Birthdayi, art great occasions be they the 75th or
Christmas oak, ice cream hot the 7th,
Wednesday Mri Arthur Collignon
Mr. Margaret Schlerf rolls and milk. evening gave 11
baa been added to theme 4 Friday Peanut butter sand. a Cocktail party honoring Mr Collignon on hit 75th birth. e'r1sTt
Collier County Mews edit A wich potatoe sticks, baked to. day. Second in line receiving congratulations! was their
oriel staff, with special com matoes, awl.IC' and milk.
million to watch over an ex neighbor, Mn James Lose whose birth date was a few
panded aectloo for women the f + 4- days earlier,
home, family, clubs 'lileom.nt. 1 Y The Senior High School menu
., weddings, social notes for this week] Nancy Keller decided against a party in favor of a
and the many other activities Monday .Chicken and noodle, weekend In Miami Beach So she her brother Michael

which have special appeal for butter.salad hot rolls,cherry\ pie,milk and their parents. Mr. and Mrs Walter Keller spent last
Mrs. Schlerf will concentrateon Tuesday Chill and crackers, weekend at the Holiday Inn Nancy Is still bubbling with

the local scene, but will slaw, hot wheat rolls, fruit, milk enthusiasm for the fun-packed time Including such firstsas
also take advantage of the fea.tures and butter 7
riding an elevator and escalator The family took in
available to the NEWS Wednesday-Roast beef and gravy i
through Associated Press and I 4 whipped potatoes green toyland Santa Claus" and the magnificent Christmas dec. It.
other national services beans, hot rolls, Jib milk, orations at Jordan Marsh Saturday was an excursion to .

Although a relative newcomerto butterThursdayRout the Crandort Park Zoo. plus dinner at a posh restaurant
Maples, Mrs. Schlerf alreadyhas turkey, dress.
become familiar with much Ing English peas hot rolls cran. where the waitresses gathered to sing "Happy Birthday

of the area's social life-and berries, pumpkin pie, milk, and to Nancy All in all, quite a celebration for a seven-year- GALLIC I L 0 0 K- rhirt s nuUml' to spar .>In this
will dip actively Into club activities butter old girl. lust "long gown part ef Jscqui TI"..,,'* string' coilc
to speed the processof Friday-Choice of hamburgersor
"getting to know ,ou." f1 fish squares, pickles tomatoes December 7th being Pearl Harbor Day and his birthday ties shown In New Verk. lid silt I le sn intriguing' touch

The lastest addition to the onions, hot rolls, cake, William P Henderson usually makes something of It
expanding NEWS staff Is the wifeof milk, butter
Donald Schlerf owner of However this year since he and Mrs. Henderson are busy

Skipper's Marina. They have one + + + packing for a trip to California, the day passed rather

child, a 10-year-old daughter The Junior High School menu quietly Anyway, we wish him a belated happy birthday,
Betsy, a sixth grader at Lake ..yt 'I'Ii for the coming weeksMondayChili BOOKS(
Park School. con carne,crack. The Hendersons leave Tuesday for los Angeles where

A native of AUentownJ>a.Mrs. era, cabbage and carrot salad their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Robert A,.
sCil moved to Wilmington: biscuits butter and Jelly, sliced
tone, live With their three children Michael Ton) and
Delaware, after her marriage.She peaches, milk.Tueeday.Oren. ,
has a degree from Duke b i err fried chicken Jenny. Mrs, Henderson also has two sisters living In the ARE GIFTS
University, majoring In English. mashed potatoes, green bean, area so there will be much family visiting back and forth
After working for two years tomato wedge bread and butter
: :
u Junior copywriter for a New ,,; pudding milk. Also, Mr and Mrs. Henderson plan a few days In San

York advertising agency, Mrs. l Wodneday.Hamburgers pot.. Francisco before returning to town around the first of
Schlerf added department store ,' to sticks onion slice*,cauliflower January TO BE OPENED
copywrltlng to her experience McG'h plane with cheese sauce, lrulIJ.UO.
while husband Don was workingfor Mrs. Margaret Schlerf milk Speaking of Christmas decorations, the Cotillion used

his master's degree. Thursday.Roast turkey, dress. those from their first Christmas party last season, and
In 1947.49 Mr. Schlerf was tog, gravy, sweet potatoes, lime
hope the beautiful and all will become THAN
American Association of Univer. peacocks a tra MORE
continuity editor for a Wllm. In the years to follow! Mrs. J.Uo salad cranberry sauce,
Ington radio station and did a Schlerf devoted much of her time,, .It, Women Red Feather cam., bread and butter Ice cream, ditional part of the dancing club. Last night's party at
weekly column on women and when home duties allowed-to,I palm, Wilmington Flower Mar' milk. The Moorings Country Club was a formal dinner dance
local public relations work for such ket (a fund raising activity In hot
children: for a publicationon Frlday.Flsh dogs or dogs
the side organizations as Girl Scouts, Wilmington which aid children'a: on buns buttered potatoes celery Mr and Mrs Norman Herren and Mr. and Mrs Norman ONCE !
agenda throughout .the stale.Through .)1 I strips, beets, cake, candy canes, Bowes greeted the members.
au nor various mails, oranges milk.
SPECIALS : Mrs. Schlerf has maintained a PARTIES All UNDER WAY
PERMANENT close contact with
Guaranteed : writing her own publicity newspapers re 4- 44- The many Christmas parties are well under way with
The menu for Sea Cat School STORY SHOP
From $10 up leases.orr. the preparation ofnews Monday loppy Joel on a bun, Mr. and Mrs Richard Wolfe giving one of the first They

., including S2J ftrmaneat Ware lot A member Is of"old the hat.local" Pan.. buttered corn, potato stick,cake'and entertained Wednesday at a cocktail party The Wolfes 6S9 3th Ave, $.. MI 2-2320

$12.50 hellenlc Association Mr. Sen.lerf milk. will have a family Christmas, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert,
and baked
C.ntl".Ofta'Tn.t. pvrmtntfltt Sha", .'.Include.... end Bony Miir Near Stylin cut. is active In the Girl Scout beans Tutld.oHot tossed salad dogs, chocolate! Adams and Mr. and Mrs Edward Wolfe coming from St

Specisluln'g In the sew carefree "Kenneth" haircut' ties movement elo.eiy follows school actlrl. pudding bread butter and mUk.Wedn.ed.Roaat Petersburg, and they will probably stay on for the Wolfes'large "
runs a household of
Beautifully Soft.WILCS
and hair styling Non-Te.elog" beef and
alo feature S76 14th Avenue, South gravy parsley potatoes bean ... "do" on New Year's Eve
HAIR FAtsIiloNS and works full time for the lad, pineapple slices, br.ad. but. Something I didn't know until a few days ago. All

NEWS. A busy gall tar and milk.Thursday.Rot. Naples' telephone numbers do not start with Midway 2..

tar fifth Are So Phone MI uua turkey sand We now have Midway 9Just another sign of the a. ;
with buttered carrots, whipped : : .
Shell Club's potatoes with gravy, Jello milk. growth of our town. .': .. e '.
Friday.Toasted cheese sand Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Telford, Rum Row, are back from I II
, with English peas celery and their annual fall In New York suggest Christmas 1 lovelies
.. Lovc/ue" Set carrot stick, sliced peaches, sojourn/ City
milk In spite of terrible weather reports Mr. and Mrs 4

liLt" : Rufus R. Jcffrls are off this week for Illinois. Weather or SWEATERS "
(fI'JttV..J JJ.1l" For Thursday 4f + II
no, seven grandchildren around Wlnnetka Is attraction
The menu at Shadowlawn
Cashmere touched with Chanel
Sales MI WTM glitter,
Beach CIa
t Beauty rugs would die The regular monthly meeting"of .: enough, especially at Christmas time. jackets of finest wool, miracle blends In II
Baldness the Naples Shell Club will Monday loppy Joe on bun,tur. We distressed hear from Mr.
rather than admit It. Hew were to James tokens original and unusual designs for dress
be held In the Community Room: nip greens corn, pineapple tidbits
BaUaee Is now sf/eft- tints bare changed] Now of the Naples Federal Savingsand that Mrs. Lukens suffered a broken back In September up or casual occasions.HANDBAGS.

lug women More and more our very smartest women Loan Association building Tuesdsy.Mrs. Whlted's second However, she Is progressing nicely, and will be able
frequently. It may be be. proudly display a whol. on Thursday, December 11, at grades turkey and dressing toss
cause they are punishing ..rdrobe.' wit and 8 p.m. ed l&Iad. green beans pumpkin (Contlantd en pete a)

their hair with e variety nalrplece. its fssKlonable After a brief business moot pi*. A most original" ) and outstanding codec*
of harsh rocmetkk bought and inch a wonderful e... log at which plans will be aim. Wednesday.Baked ham, cole lion of custom-crafted and decorated
Indlstrimlnetely |I.t the ounced for the forthcoming shell slaw, mashed potatoes, Cher
veaient How fortnnatefor
bags with whlslcal and chic mot II.. Also
earest dreg store. In the women wke.. meat how to be held In February ryple.Thursday4tew beaded evening clutches,
Dr. I. A Wood, noted cone ho.loglst beef peas and
It I I. reused by
son cse rear wigs for more per
carrots, later tots
from Punta Corda will
the anrhered ,
tightly sons) reason New they peak.. poaches.Frtdav4ack. BEAUTIFULLY GIT WRAPPED
tall, or other t.rtur..1neM suffer no more em. Dr Wood Is an expert non. lunch sandwich,
let device now on the barramunent than their professional Sheller In the field potato chip, Christmas candy,
market Baldness reused taehlo.. -mi.ded (liters.HsvUc of concbology. Having resided apple and tangerine
I.! this way Is tilled tree a perfectly lOt for eleven years In Hawaii,many The Holiday Season ti e J
ties baldness.' It .U dlffl. wig In the closet .Is a Cod. of hit lnt.reaUllboU.. were
call for the nonprofes.nional end when. yr dream collected by him while the Pearl Blackman See our
to liar to set hair ... calls nneipectedly to Harbor Installations were con. Funeral services and interment *
firmly but without Jan- suggest a night en the strutted and the He harbor will speak proper for Grady Blackman 33, Boutique Line Of Gifts G
was dredged. on
".. pulling town, or to let you bnowtkst the "Anatomy of the Univalves" who died her Friday morn G .
Wits And Hair Piece .be Is brliflng the President Helen Horner will log u t result of an accident Luxurious Items
Remember when.. the boss home. to diner In fifteen offer tips to beginning shellers early Wednesday morning that A
oman .be wore one of mlnete end year for newcomers and visitors. will be held In Moulton. Ala, D any lovely lady

UNDER THE DRYER heir' a fright. The meeting Is open to the according to Earl C, Hodgesof would like to owni
public and further Informationmay the Hodges Funeral Chapel
Sign en a bulletin board In front of a ckarcbs 'Come be obtained by calling theclub' who U making the ar* t 1204 TUf1 Street, SeutS Noelet. Pie.
early and get a hark ...!," secretary. Mrs. LucillerMessmer

at Ml MI7I. rsngemenu.Besides Ms pares, Mr and Df4J4 c'iaae y Sdu

Mrs George Blackman ofCounltM.
Ala* he la survived
ClarkForrest i
by three brothers and Call M126672IN Naples She pin Plaza JllowersJnIlAe
D. Clark, Tarpon Ave. four sisters, ill living In Ala*

flue night, Bonita at the Springs Ochaner, died Clinic Friday at bama. \ j ,

Baton) Rouge, La. Funeral a,. tAe flofJUaJ BIlIttdt
rangement will be announced
next week by the Richard A. I

PUt mill Funeral bom*. WREATHS; and FRESH;



for that special) Drive Friday algM.
very person A native of Clwood lad., he New Spring Sacony dresses have just arrived In a wide variety of styles POINSETTIAS POTTED MUMS
made has bom at CUyton ,
had ,
and colors Beautiful pastels In Sacon/i famous Arnel' ribbon knits, and
luxuries she will treasure Mo., for sit months of the year Large Selection Of Cut Flowers
linen knitsl)
and for the last four years bad
lived here the other sis month. You'll also love the 3 piece linen knit suit we've" ) lust received" /
He U survived by bis Widow r i I '
Exquisitely wrapped for the Mrs. Mary Weoee, of Xaplee;; by Bright W---a
two daughter, Mr*. Virginia Sacoay r'l

big day Craig of Alton m., and Miss Once you wear a Sacony you'll never again. Be without Of\\., y Your Home i CMistmass flowers i
Eunice Weese of St. Louis Mo.; i '
three brothers, Birettel Ve.*e i COATS MAKE IDEAL GIFTS 4 During The Y I ..... "r
of Hartford, 81, Hobart of 1\' HolidaysWith and plants
Toledo, Ohio, sad Paul of Wood J r
River HI., three sisters Mrs. i Beiketweeve wool, end aN weather silk' ,41 Fresh **? ?1

Robert L. Walker of Wood River, j white and colon ijg Flowers r ANYWHRB,
Mrs. ZUUk Ten of Kantaeky, tLLN' If In doubt,. GIFT CERTIFICATE from Dorothy's ts always Ideal I
ad Mrs. Blaocae Tbornburgiof Bouquet
Missouri; four grandctUdTeu Starting Dec '18 'a.

and...one.ral great services grandchild: and Inter Op.n Every Night |. ,|, Corsages
W< bona|
Bent will be bold la Alton IlL .
The Richard A Fiamaa Funeral American 'i aic /orals

Naples Funds Rome al arrangement ts In charge. of local fanor 1k .'. I '1 avenue Credit Cards C racc f

V SIM 114 sS

Barber Springs, MWl!I6u Celn-k-a, Okie The Spaolab-Amerkaa War 1244 Third Street, South Phone MI 26S34I I '
wu concluded by the \V$ J ;. =; : ,:.'1.. : ," : IJ
j'- 'hi ,.. : Treaty of Parti. '" 1< t8: ; t < .w'

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Ncplti. Re., Su..J..,. D c.mbw II, I ItK; Woman's Club taw t .

Ii Naples Girl Scouts At EvergladesSets Xmas Party

Hold 'Investiture' will The hold Everglades its Christmas'Woman's part< lub { Special Sole

Tueadty December 15, at 8 p mIn .
Junior troop 171, Naples Oir'1 Luncheon was lined and i. Everglade City Hall A ion.
Scouts, held their rededlcattaami n mother's meeting followed. One, cert of Christmas muMr will be
Investiture service list Wed U. of the highlights of the meetingn played on the organ by Mrs
neaday at the Scout House li was the presentation by Mrs. Willis Homer of Mansfield,C cum. On Our Parking LotstTODAY
Gambler Park. Wilbur J. Woodlll, :lit troop Mrs. Bill Hllghe"(>ftv.rgUdes
The ceremony was explain d t coJeader, to each of a will demonstrate the wrappingof 1 rRi
by Junior Scout Betsy Schleri', golden coin with the Seoul Christmas packages. The
a member of the troop, who *!t0 promise engraved on U. Tbeee group will sing carols and ex.
welcomed parents and nests were a gift to the troop from chance gifts. New memberswill
Durlnc the service each new gtr Columbus, Ohio, sent by the be recognized
repeated one of the Girl B coot grandmother of one of the girls, Hostesses will be Mrs. Lee
Laws, which was then discuss(1 Kathy Keely Pye and Mrs Ben Gideon
by a former Seoul Scouts who took part In the
.ceremony Included Kathy Dunn, t I

dwbe. &..*/ ......* Judy Darrell, Marjorie Faerber, Presbyterians'Family
Anita Hern, Kathy Keely, Carol
42V. Aire. M Nlekwe7Iillsea Kornbau, Nina Sue Langevln,
Tommy Ludlow, Debbie Mos. ,
grove, Norma Norton, Debby Tuesday Night
1 MARCOSLAND$77S Oats, Judy OUver, Maureen
OHargan, Jennie Pllsen, Lucy Presbyterian will hold their Ap
PER ACRE Pulling, Sandra Regan, Betsy monthly family night dinner It
Schlerf, Kathy Eeaberg,Jonl Cra In
o'clock Tuesday night
OWMT IM 1121 II.,..., ".. bowski, and Tint Reeder. Spencer 6SO Hall. Nf.1 'I'elepp/ / Sunday

Ml. 1-4111 The program will be in charge BIG WI INNER-Janet Pcrrum. \15. is swept b> emotion s* f ,
I of Christian Education Commit. she learns that her half.ton Aberdeen-Angus steer was
tee. Dr Robert Morris, chair picked as the Grand Steer at the Internation.1Live
e NAPLES I man, reports that there will be Stock Exposition Champion in Chicago Janet is from Le Roy, III '
FLY j a special presentation by the I Dec. 13
MIAMI ', of youth George choir Booker.under the direction

Those attending are asked to
Year Round Daily Schedule bring a covered dish sufficientto i THE NAPLES
serve eight It there are two In From 1 P.M.
the family attending the dinner.
Naples To Miami

7.45A.M. 11:30 A.M. 3.45P.M.. v NotebookContinued 'Til 6 P.M.

Miami To Naples Shower Honors
( from page 5))
900; A.M. 2:15. P.M. 500; P.M. Mrs. CarpenterA
At All
Conntrtions and RfHmllon to .., point I* the world shower was held on Friday F E
evening at 8 at the home of
NAPLES AIRLINES Mrs. John W. Vaughn, 12el to make the trip to Naples in a few weeks. Mr. Lukenswas

Miami Twelfth Avenue, North, In honor here for a short time after being at their plantationnear 1
Naples MI" M4J4 Airport Coweyrse NB I 44111 Alrpert of Mrs the forthcoming Stacey Carpenter marriage, of of Monticello, Fla. The Lukens will spend Christmas in Kwik Chek Food Stores

City Ticket office Naples Travel l Agiacy 4 Genera I Naples, to George Covlngton of Wallingford, Pa., coming to Florida soon after.
Mayfield, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hill have returned to their homeon

REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES members Forty guests of the were faculty present or spe.'clal ,aU. Palm Circle after a cruise on the "Ariadne" Amongthe &autiful/Ureik; ijorthr,.
I: teachers at Lake Park Ele..mentary ports they visited In the Caribbean were Haiti, Ocho
Residences :. School,where Mrs.Car. Rios and Kingston. I
Motel Is employed In the school
Rentals Acreage I 10UiCI.penter Jennifer David and her father are here from New SPRUCE & SCOTCH PINE

The wedding will be held< on Briton, Conn., for a short visit with her grandparents,
Cooperative apartment I I January 15th at the First Metho. Vice Adm. and Mrs George R. Cooper of the Mansion
diet Church.
0 Reich front property House. In the spring the Coopers' daughter, Mrs Donald H

Davis and Mr. Davis, will vacation here. CHRISTMASTREES
Yule FellowshipAt John Cooper, who is connected with the Oceano-
I I Baptist ChurchA graph Institution In Woodshole, Mass., will be here for

CHOICE H Christmas. Early in the new year, he will be off on a
I Christmas Fellowship Is 10-month scientific expedition around the world.
planned by the Senior High De.
Roy Smith PRQPERTIEREAL7' I of the First Baptist
Church\ from 5 to 7:15 o'clock
p,NIB IV ;5 I I tonight In the Fellowship Hall Mrs. John Farrington leaves the 18th for Cape Cod

p I of the Church\ and Is hoping to see snow for the first time In 14 years

I She will be with her sister' Mrs. Helen Cowley, and after

i FOR/RENT I I Retired Persons Christmas they will'retC;.toN ptes together, .
I Mr. and Mrs Theodore R. Thompson left their homein
'IOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOO Gather TuesdayAt Kennett Pa. much earlier than usual and
Square, are 4i
W. ROY SMITH Realtor .
Local Church their home ALL SIZES
I now at on Spyglass Lane. For five weeks during
797 Fifth Avenue South' MI I'21TS I The regular monthly: meeting the summer the Thompsons were on a motor trip

"IIWt I of the American Association of going via the Trans-Canada Highway to the west coast. t LargestSelection
> <: Retired Persons will be held
at the Emmanuel Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Levant Hall, who spend several months t

Church, 711 Bow Line, Tuesday. each year in Naples, have arrived from Jamestown, N.Y., I

First Time Offered December meeting will 15 be, at held 7 p.m.In Fellowship The,, and are In their apartment at the Harbour Club. I Lowest Prices

Hall. Here for her 25th season is Mrs. Earl Adams, Seventh

Dessert will be servedprompt.: Avenue, South Her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and
at 1 o'clock, and following Select Your
will be a novie: entitled, "Thi; Mrs Richard Dunning, are aboard their yacht, "Sand I
Oooney Birds." man III," moored at the Naples Yacht Club. The Dunning Favorite
elf you haven't seen this film plan to cruise to the Bahamas for the Christmas :
there are many laughs in slcn
for you, and If you have seer: holidays. : AS LOW AS
it, you\ will enjoy it again," i I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, who arrived In time

spokesman said. for Thanksgiving, leave the 21st for six weeks at their
All prospective members art I
Invited to attend the meeting, home in Litchfield, Conn. They will be back at the Man.
lion House for most of the winter except for a trip to the

Virgin Islands in February.

2 More AddedTo Mr. and Mrs. Alan Loop of Toledo, Ohio, were at the '

Honor Roll Gulf Shore Colony Club for a short time recently, and
At Junior High will be back again in February. In the meantime, Mr

and Mrs E, M. Tasker, also of Toledo, are occupying theLoops'
Nearly nceight( modern units, all tile The A.B honor roll recentl Junto!;:[ apartment. The Taskers' daughter, Mrs. Sally i iI
announced by the Maples
baths two beds, six with kitchen facilities
High School Inadvertently omltt eel I Elwtll and her daughter Elizabeth will join her parents t
Completely furnished, air conditioning and two names. for Christmas.
television. City water and sewer paid. En. Principal James E. Brandon
of Betty An'n Mr. and Mrs William A. Slpp leave this weekend for
reported the names
tire grounds beautifully landscaped sprinkler Eplngler and Kenneth Mauoolrboth I.Itasca, III. They will return to their Canterbury Court :
system. Three blocks from beach, one block cf the 7th grade.lIouldh.v'apartment on January 4th. -sw-
from shopping. Conveniently located and at- been included among those ming
roll. Also going away this weekend is Mrs. Missie Craig, I
the A-B honor &auiiutHALVORSON
tractively priced at only $86,000 An excellent
Her exciting mission Iso be on hand for several parties

investment. Delicious. at holiday unw. leading up to the marriage of her daughter Lantho
softened vanilla* c.a.. *.r\e'i Barnes The ceremony will take place the 19th in Rich TREES
COLLIER COUNTY REALTY II s sauce over steamed pud I. mond, Va. John Barnes will give his sister m marriage

.. ding. :sand Emily Barnes will be a member of the wedding party

V -- Mrs. Helen McCutcheon' end Nancl, of Naples will fly H 2LL CreM Wltte

to Richmond this week for the wedding Mrs Craig will ___ %
return after Christmas, and Emily and John will return to '

I OPEN HOUSE their studies Emily to the University of Wyoming and :

John to"Florida"._ State- University- jt $179| $239b.

; ', SUNDAY- 1-5 IT'S TIME $ .. ft*

1389 Dolphin Road Royal Harbor
$189 $241
(Just off Naples Bay) m

6 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Family Room Carpeted Living Improvement I

Room, Screened Porch Huge Boat Dock, Central Air Loan

Conditioning Double Garage. /.D

This delightful waterfront home, built by WILLIAM I DIal C.M.I-C.K flit wrerNer J f ON SALE IN NAPLES AT YOUR

B. STONE, INC., is the most house for $29,500 we


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For banking
your every

COLEMAN BOYD Realtor First National Bank

Associates: Richard Eiu-kson. Jack Rothtus,

I'selma Smith William tit mn, and Richard Teach of Naples ;
Far .'tpo.i< laureate tarp B .
60 Tenth Street No. (Stone Hdfl.) Ml 2-5135 Fed-tl) RtMnre System

eX e

1 .
i I I IBeck's t f 1

say Pm not guilty now," he told around wasn't too good an op. served only half of this sen. COUILR: .UUNIT NtWi. N.pl.t, Ha Sunday. Dacambaf 1 11. *** 7 I
JauntyAs reporters who met .him when portmut to have much of a talk t lens, be will be under federal
the prUoa tmmeh docked. atMUacoom with (he press," KarglanU said parole for ift years He also
Ever After 16 mile earth of .eek made the trip from SteU will te. subject to state paroleregulations
her*. lacoom to Seattle by automobile as be was concurrently I
Beck said he would lire In and vent the night here at an serving a state term for '
Enforced'Rest' Seattle and "take care of mjr und Oloaed place grand larceny for selling a un. and iswwotKDUNBARS CHECK
affairs" Thee. Include r..l... Ito former union leader was ion aetomobUe and allegedly OFFICE
SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) tate holdings which helped him sentenced to five yean for filing ?xnverttng' the $1,900 in pro.
Dave Beck, former preeMeot of amass a fortune be once estimated a faiee income tax return in behalf i ede to his own account '" SUPPLIESwncvrt
the Teamsters Union, was backIn of a union subsidiary As ht,
at $8 million GIfT MUNTiNarQold
home town today I
his Later of his / Ball Point' fan and Pine. Mta By
years old, a paroled convict, but one attorneys Crop, 'hi flnlll you e.n buy II ISM
George Karflanls, announced :: I in (eNe N In Chrome
still as Jaunty as ever.
1 Beck was released Friday Beck would hold a news confer I\.I\M: MACHINES 1U.t.! ''n f'I' ,rei
from McNeil Island Federal once Saturday at a Seattle hotel to \J\tnJry OifcrricarINPUSTRIAl ..Jfly/ff \M RKNTA1S:: -- KRF.E "I'ROMl'T
discuss his plans In more do
Penitentiary In Puget Sound J IlKIHKR: HERMl: r
after having served nearly X'htears tall. DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL 7"th Menus So. \fl) 2.2951
for Income tax fraud "Standing out on that dock I "<1rtrwlnh'.Y.<; { La.lnre I IQI V "
I'm not and I with the cold wind whipping V, 2-3696 1175 Pre,, St Naples Fl..
"I said guilty i
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iGE NO OBSTACLE Urton HlnkU, I, rids.untom.n Throw Away
over i fane it the annual Horn Sana Tourna- ALE BEER 12 $139
jnant In Nashville They mlaaad only ono of the nine jump. or 4k

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[)And Dating Already! / ... And TOP VALUE STAMPS To Bring

/ You The Values In Town
rll, CHARLOTTE DURNO "Do you wanna watch tile.I Biggest
fJC"oo't remember what age I I[ vision, Gregg?" Mary asked,bat. {
Mlwhen I had my first boy, ting her eye lashes. Talk about ,
fiend, but It Mami to me thai i: tricks! *. I
(try 1* Just too young. Mary' Oft they went to the living i\ 4j-
alp I quit four and she hai i room sofa. I felt like t fifth '*' The Smart Place TO CO a a I'oM
lever met a stranger. At a i wheel so I went back to the
latter at tact, she takes alto.. kitchen. FkCELLEt't 1' For Good Thing To Eat! I LAND' 0'LAKES
wr|mother In that she neverStowe Joey came In. "Where's
when to keep her mout i Mary?" -
lint "The last time I saw her she ''rite tftecthe Dec Utk The lem
I 11 Just discovered this new love was sitting on the sofa holding lAve.. THIIPTY MAID AmiOxairtfty Butter:
be other day. The doorbell rang hands with her guest. STORE HOURS
lid ,the other members of the "You mean GrefgT" OPEN ILL 6:30
rood yelled, .Jt'. for yourary4 "Ya,why; ?'
OPEN TIL 9:00 --10'
Its Gregg. "Flip's looking for her. leiervealSauce
1 Mary wasted no time In open. "Send him home. She can OPEN TIL 7:00
og the door U she keeps this only; handle one boyfriend at atlm.
ip 1'Ulhave( to take her aside .." Rlfta I
ad Inform her not to be anxious "She promised to play with him.
iilljremember It, the boy Is alrerw.rar.w.erwA
"She's making promises too, N
Opposed to chase the girl. huh?" IAVI 4c DIXII DARLINO CRISCO ASTOR
(Mary took Gregg by the arm, It wasnt long before Mary or
Ad I must admit he looked very and Gregg found their way to Rye Bread 14 .uw 19 0-1 4E eL Settle 5 Ie
.gaily/ and every bit of four the kitchen Kids are like that, SAVI tOe DIXie OARUNO j lWt 0. Yew lake |
.ara old, standing beside her. you know. \ tM ON Will I)
This Is Gregg," she giggled. "Can Gregg have some tea?" Fruit Squares 'I3pbPkg. 39 IAVI Ice TtMlrTY MAW Ami t> Mere Offer
He goes to nursery too." "Is he old enough for tea?** t
"Really," I said, wondering "Do you want tea or mUk, SAVII DIXII DARLINGBarBQBread2lat.ueree29c
KM I (.long this thing had beenIAN Gregg?" Mary said. "I can
m' get It for you. I wont spill JUice neL'tI. 9cSour
Il ..it._ Really, you Just watch." 0MH STRAINED u.It Twe B .

dMusichausen! as I she'couldn't walked help Gregg eavesdropping to the door. Baby Food 6 I... Jwt 65c Cream 2 ;ceN oge

"Come back later," she said,

Ire as he started down the walk, and ... ...,F s" 4f, 1fiHIfMth h w Q U: 't"" "E ',_........\n *e., T's.'ar st.'MV' "1ue4Umit "
to Flip who was still
,....Ug" on the sidewalk, "You can come 0. WI" U It Mere Order Tes/w Silent luSH MUTT W-0 HAND fr.i. HW PAiTS
In now, but you cotta be quiet." .


Note To ReadersIn

East Naples p Coffee Liver Butts

; : As a boost to weekend events
SLY $9501 DOWN that might be mentioned In the

oar can now (Iva your..family a bough column, the written NEWS by has Alice shifted Redeiw the 10 01. Jar 1ge Per Pound 3 9c P.r :I 9c Whiter Cllltrrfi 4ge

ualMy your plane l.*family lorckidlnc A and the shad wondarfiilM |mused MOaoni day from for Sunday the East to Friday.Naples column East SAYE 400 Pound u. 2ge lh.L .

e( muss. tho new M k yrPmafara' Naples readers are urged to
lor your piano home by. OulbrantvnWaal apartmantf watch for It each Friday.As L ; -
,.... t 4ir ". ""Nan'- .
"1. homa with every column, once 'pg1AE1w'! +.4f'r! holy Ypls. '- + : 4 lies .d rw
Ya..'": alto' racalva' a complete
In a while we'll miss the FrU
It MMk baeinn.r' court* undersew
,' Iriqffplato "' ... '.munna day schedule because of space or Onions
Pinatora'I.. piano led.. .1 your raw mechanical problems which FRESH MEATS, t FRESH PRODUCE
r'aUrt your musical I library, case It will run Sunday, but
IOU'H. racalva a HIM cradityour usually It will be In Friday's IXTIA pANcr CRISP
wards favorite muaia ba SLICED rntHPork 3d1 r
wnneious'' folk. cl'atlcal, edition. /
>OOular or country & wattarnJALL eM
{Mia*! THISTOTALONLY' 1411 OES MeetingOn Steaks 59 Carrots 2 *... 19
own under |30 monthly )

he Musichausen The regular meeting of Cypress Sauerkraut 39c
*f V0n Holihautan. proprietor Chapter 238, OES, will
[Helm 1 bahlntf Naplo) flowers, be held at the Masonic Tern Cabbage Pit P..J 8'SWIIT
Ml Avanua No 4 till Trail) pie Thursday, December 17, atE Nfe&blalI
M) MI i.anMa pm.1 will be"Advance: Night"as
) "ty Service Knowledge well as a Christmas party I I TOP E74CTRAk VALUE STAMPS Cream Cheese CM MtlNTOIH

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10 Yean' Building Experience in Naples/ NESTLES CHICKEN 01 HIP

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Commercial Remodeling JACKS aii: Tb1

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burton controls "Comfort.Fit" Hair I 1 I Iron

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Eagles Go Cold In final Period

Lose To Key West Conchs 52-5


By DAVID LYON IS.foot shot and (mar free throws riurlmt the second half, Clan

KEY WIlT to make tt 4048. Tom Bernard was the game's leading score; . . . . . . . . .
Naples High got two points back forth*Eagles with 17 points
School basketball team saggedin with a driving shot, but Key Wet Also losing the rebounding,
!11 1164
the fourth quarter Friday night scored the next eight point and tie and the filM was NaplesB 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples, He? Sunday, December
and dropped a lough nAil de. played keep-away for the last team. Coach Dick Thomas'
cUlon to Key West' smoothly five minute club dropped a 4440 to the
operating club. Conchs reserves They wen a, 't+ r

It wss the season opener for SUDDENLY IT'S COLD outscored In every period,though Bowl Rivals Had
the concha, and the defeat even. Naples made only two field I the game was fairly close until Gator

ed Naples' record at 2... Coach goals in the last quarter, mls.. I the last quarter. gA aI"
Jerry HoweU'i Eagle were to lug the mark IS times. The t
meet Key West here again But. NAPLES FG FT TP
only flnal-period buckets for
urday night before making the Naples were Bernard' short Harris 4.111.3 9 No Common Opponents
long return trip to Naples Sun. hot and Clark's successful re. Clark 6148 17
day. 1.' 1-5/ 3 -
bound of a missed free throw Morton
!Key West gained control earlyIn near the end Bernard19 0-3 10 JACKSONVILLE (AP>- Com. The loss to Kansas kept the

Friday's contest by sinking Key West guards Art Gardnerand Ritchie 1.' 1-2 3 para'lv. records of Florida Sooners from winning their 15th
seven of Its first 10 field soil Rockford Hall enjoyed great V. Weeks 1-2 0-0 2 State and Oklahoma the two conference championship in the

attempts. The Eagles rallied success with long shots rIVer Hackney 0-0 1.2 1 football turns which will clash last IS years They finished sac.
throughout the second and third Naples' zone defense in the first 17-60 11-23 45 t Jan. 2 in the 20th Gator Bowl ond behind Nebraska.
quarter and pulled ahead,of the quarter A couple of bad Naples TOTALS game -shed little light on the Down the stretch the Sooners
Conchs, 3S44, on a pair of free passes resulted In four more outcome of the game but they'beat Kansas State 44.(; Colors
throws by steve Clark as the Key West points, and the Eagles I KEY WEST FG FT TP t r point up how Interactional the 'do 14.11; Iowa State 3&0; played
fourth period opened. found themselves trailing by nine Pent 4.11 0-1 8 l meeting ii.Schedules. t 14.14 tie with Missouri; upset

But the home team regained points, 18.7. Park 3.8 : : of the two teams did 'previously unbeaten Nebraska
the lead as Naples went cold They rallied smartly in the Shouse 1.3 3-4 ,fr. no contain a common opponent. 17.7, and finished by downing
from the field and lost controlof second quarter, scoring four Gardner 5-15 0-0 : :t:: ;' Playing in the Big Eight Con. 'Oklahoma State 21.16.

the backboards. Key West's straight field goals to tie it up Hall 3-5 2-5 ;t i//; Terence, Oklahoma faced seven Florida State has the better
tall front line of Bob Shouse, at 18.18. Randy Harris scoredon Fibal 3-6 0-0 conference foes plus Maryland, offensive and defensive scoring
Georg Park, and Joe Pent prov. a steal, then followed up witha TOTALS 19-48 an Southern California and tradl. records of the two teams.
ed too much for Clark to handle successful rebound of his mis. > the tlonal rival Texas The Seminoles averaged 22.7
under the Key West basket. They sed shot SCORE BY tourna Florida State played a more points a game this year while

literally muscled Clark out of the Clark meshed a long Jump Naples 9 11 13 12 ( ) ; Boll varied schedule but It Includedno holding opponents to 6.6 points.

way and rarely let him got shot from the side and Bernard Key West 16 8 10 18 \ !! ; and teams from the Big Eight\ Oklahoma scored an average of
away an offensive rebound at the clicked from 20 feet. The Eagles ; Mem area. 1S8 points a came while sur.
other end of the court. played the Conrhs on even terms Naples "B" FG FT U44'I.'m The routes followed by Okla. rendering 13.4.Gators .
The Conchs went ahead for until the fourth quarter cold M. Weeks 0-4 0-2 l photo) horn a (8.3.1)) and FSU (8.1.1) to

good when Park dropped In aHONDA spell. Townsend 4.8 1-2 --the Gator Biwl were opposite.

Neither team showed a desireto Steele 5-U. Florida State started fast, fln.
open up the game with race. Johnson 3-9 Take isled fast but suffered a shock.

horse play. They concentratedon Finger 1-5 0-1 Ing upset loss and a tie In be. Defeat

working for good shots, for Peelo 0.1 tween.
the most part. Oklahoma dropped three of
Goodlette 0-1 Alva In StiffOvertime
\ <1/111119 Key West hit a better per. Its first four games, then closed

II> cent age, both from the field and TOTALS 13-414-11 Ends with a ruch.

free throw line. Naples 9 9 6 : FSU held its first three oppo. BattleThe

N.plfll Despite being hemmed in Key West, 10 12' Indians play- nents scoreless, flattening MI.

at Bonita. Ing at home Friday, took a ami, 14.0 Texas Christlu, 10.0, Everglades Gators
and New Mexico State 36.0.Th.n .
The official opening of the Na. hardcourt double-header from two boosted their basketball recordto
ples-Fort Myers Kennel Club Is Moore Haven, the varsity win. cam triumphs over
Southeastern Conference teams, a .-1 mark In a 60-54
set for Saturday, December 26, ning 60-43 and the B team overtime Alva
Kentucky 4M and o.oreta1'7.14. victory at ,
I with both a matinee and an even copping t 55-23 victory In the
The Seminoles were 5.0 when Friday night. The game was
ing performance scheduled The
preliminary.The Virginia Tech sprang a 20.11 up. die first varsity contest playedIn
track will be through April
-- open
indians wlnless
y 12. set. After FSU defeated South. the new Alva gymnasium

Schooling races, which are to Friday night's game appealed ern Mississippi 34.0, Houston which was officially dedicated
in for another setbackIn put the final blemish on the tea
open to the public free charge, prior to the game.
a slow start which netted ord, a 13.1311e.
are set for December 15 through The teams played on even
take fff IB, and December 21 through 23.KeM.II only seven points In the first downing The Seminoles Atlantic: closed Coast Confer.strong, terms during the first half the

: which have already period. ence Champion North Carolina period ending In a 25-25 dead

set up shop at the Bonita oval But t balanced scoring attack State 284 and arch rival FIorIdalll7. .

Include H. "Red" Hlghhouse, H. finally got rolling and with lock.Alva Jumped Into a 41.36
B. Williams Jerry Rutledge and Larry Williams
closel1001 Oklahoma's troubles came at at the end of the third quarter,
a Henry, R. E. Thomas, and providing a onetwopunch the beginning of the season. At.er but the Gators roared back to
Frank Schloupe.The Coach Frank Pelbum'sfive
,# beating Maryland: 134, the
tie the 47-47 the
count as regulation
Thomas was second
.. lrl racked up their first conference Sooner lost to Southern California .
overall at Bonita last sea victory. Rutledge had I 40.14; Texas 28.7, and period ended.
at the newWest son.A 17 points and Williams 18. Kansas 15.14.Carver. The Gators jumped Into a
Dumber of Improvementshave quick lead In the overtime battle .
*&v Don Daniel added 11, Harley
been made at the Bonita and continued to hold on to
Thomas 8, Larry Day 6, and
oval, Including an enlarged park.
I wlnthe closely fought contest
.; Chuck Carson 2. Boys
Brooksidesue tog lot with space for over 800 60.54.
Couse. who has been -
cars Other Improvements In. averagIng
Goff led the Gators
elude resurfacing of the grey better than 20 points per Carver Girls Charley
In with 17 points. followed
hound track and repainting the game for the Terriers, dropped scoring
....... _. _r.;. grandstands. In 23 points In Friday's by Dave Barton and Dan
Village .". game against the indians Other Beat BethuneCarver Smith with 13 each Ron Addison -

......:..,.,- ORFFNIILLE. (AP) scorers were Felix Deration, with 9. and Wlllard Wooten
CO: High\ School basketball with 7 and John Potter 1.
roc Mr'i--'I Outfielder Raymond (Corky) 6s Charles White, 5); Paul
teams, both boys and girls
v' Alva
w "ft(throw, a Chicago: Cubs farmhand Whldden and Mike Pressley,, copped victories over Bethune Jimmy Murphy topped
with 12 Man
has turned to newspapering 4 each) and Paul Bowers.!, High School the double-header points. Jimmy
in the off season. .. nlng and JohnWalerhad9esch.Everglades .
Immokalee was idle Saturday played on the Carver courts FrU
He has joined the sports and night with no game sche won
dvertising stiff of the Greenville duled. day.The Carver boys' team Jumpedto game taking a 28-24 victory.D. .
h Leader-'enlrll City NewsIn a commanding 21 .6 lead in Mitchell had 9 points for the

his home county Mere Naval I...", ....ro. "TWltl. the first quarter and coasted to Baby Gators.
..."sic t I 4D.|, I t I an easy 46.28 victory, with the The Everglades Gators
Zit *.r* I I t[ 'D.'Willi.' j.1", I I .III IIWhTt. reserve seeing plenty of action. played at Lake Placid last night
OMimon i *Cr Ml I I ICouM The Carver girls won 36 .32 and will meet the NaplesEagleshere
r I J., Thorn.. 4 I in a nlp-and-tuck affair all the
? p .lw t I .<)| I 111 Tuesday night.
Pr t 'T... ; IIII41 ; : HUM way Bethune girls led by three

roe SUN 'UN. FISH points at half time.Charles I..'...... Al,.
1 It'C I: !t:: with 16 points Pup rat pT T
:: :'t s: Anthony
Silver ; with 12, led ..,.... a i U...,.' I 1Imnh
King and Clarence a Ilitre.du I I" rpen"
2: the locals in scoring Bennie t v.', I rwMt.n
AMBIDEXTROUS Immokale five ; I ICaem.e = I 1DMI
FAST SYRACUSE N.Y. (AP) Ric h Perdue 1 IIMani,1 o I I
CRUISER with 14 points. llde..... I /Murphy I alte.mb.l
FISHING King a senior from RansomvilU I
with 17
Jacqueline Sander : f
N.Y. .'* bestpis t WIa. ? iTM.
\ was Syraeu.
Ml tJT or Ml I 3140 points and Blossle Stanley with ''' II 11 Se ToI.,. 21 12 14h.

01 Capt. Ctcill..mb and King best throws punter right this -season hended bt It 11 were top scorers for the Car. ...'... I* IS It II IM
ver girls. Irene Warren hit 16 Al,. 14 li ji a 1-el
? kicks: the balllefl-footed.
t J u1l cc for Bethune.
I X S S 6 7II e Carver: Is coached by Herbert

) \ NOTICEAVAION Cambridge Herst and Bethune by ALphonio Title Companyof

I It II 10 0.


Day Week Month Year stM'ivisit''

Lard Dogs Small! DIB-
$2.00 day $1.50 day $1.00 day w. J.

Special Monthly Rates ThreesomesThe tins, ..;.....

.,... A
3 Mlles So. Just Off L'S. 41 belt ball hr"lOOIe tour.
I'HONF ,.,"", nay staged by members of the
4. Hole- Mhe-Wall Women's Golf
Association Thursday ended Ins
two-way tie between teams
comprised at Ruth Brashear THE
Janet Wakelee. Mona Becker,
t ,,,,'' : I# Chris Ross, Mary Meade and

In the new West Hrookshle Village are sold..Visit the new model homes i".':#- '1\1;: w Molly Honors Clemson for the etae-hole croup BeApkQ&

i you'll find outstanding waterfront in West Drookside today! A 8100 :, were won by the team comprised
of Glen Bend, Agnes Rush and
homcsitcs for 3550. Choose from deposit will hold your lot while you Kit Rush. GoCft-

Next we *'.competition will be ,
eleven different floor plans (ldrh compare. If you choose one of the match play against par AND

ran lie altered to your *|>ccific need.! ) model homes already erected, you CLARKSON TO DEPEND ;.1$I I.or COUNTRY

West lironkside homes begin at could! move In immediately with avery NEW YORK (AP) Defending CLUBwith

88,950, Including many features low down payment. Mams champion In the Clvkaon fourth annual will head ECAC sit the B.ePACnfTILS *

normally considered extras. Don't delay, see the new West holiday%I.:j.Oner. hockey: tournament Dec.

There arc only 26 lots left. Don1 wait Brookside Village on the inland ..:.a Square Gerden teams tourney In the Utdiaon re St In Southwest Florida

until the prime residential locations waterway just minutes from down. dine Lawrence: end,Ncttheastem.H.W.Carnell.a_. Pro i- for Country Club

town Naples by boat or auto! ;, -- LIVINGGOLFING


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.o niei ave M OeSoto Firaiwaa., 4 dr Pow Nyu, Raht ftalerNiii I lotsAccem further Florida
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clout I Bedroom House Saa' .... elect' ", trh'n, REALTY Realtor 11/11 tfFt for fur
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reed part time job Willin towork Phona .JO" Tarms lot : acre or more II lo 31 ftfiavellon P.ORIOA<< .
condition MM 1 For r.nt it sal.. toe bedroOm to hPt bu.r led hecauae af other 'avainooicommittment
0 DAY Ml 2..232 u/u St r"J, Mil nigMi. Joe Claary furnished house so teed. 04414th almoat Iroel, fro Price I'I:BM, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
Pib.rIssi *'Ih drainaleSybo CORN. AND to ell parinni'.4. panties
SaIIboatu .
Ave. tovth S.. altar brxer VINCE CONBOY CtU..1 enllshirets Shawn by' appoint
"Whita lady want work Houaa It/Hi' sue: having or cla.m.ng ..,y nghi
1965 CHRIS.CRAFTS work. laundry companion 57 OLDI ROCKET M sm or Aiiocietel. title. 'lit...". eMaIl mortgage mottter
d 80.t. Bout Srok.r.eSrunh.Smlth kitchen halp Can line In. Write will, trade for ,IMO pickup or r b''roo", lieu... eeSpl.bolnturnished. "" 5.11" "II 1- S7H by tIe. farm land 'with Lucille Otis Maraum lion lo or on thoie certa.n
Chri..Croft Collier County NooK Bo* 1737 motorcycle Can lean at oentrallv boded, 51. 5h A. o.o Pokwa1"Th bf7.Iom Hammock |2>SM Noble Wright Vlrg Fred Clerk parcell of lane) here"..ftc, desCribed

b M.rtln MI S 1157 A.72. K/1J It 29tl Terrace Ava .beE NapleiSIMCA aaaeonal' rontol I HISS MI WH5AFLuiCuatle per cots ind the following, parsons together
IS/S tt lloi Ml 2.5774 POLLY'REALTY with all unknown" p.""" .leimng

pSO buyi-a-dandy '1"6"b., '"fH CHARMING fKaJVoom noun bath homo. buII, ..,Ih' bedroom conditionIng 1ur eire' Snot Ire farm land DEWEY by through Orii"do'Onnnwn par
Igfau boat 55 nlea out and \ M per SoreDANIEL Mm who are dead m *3,' art not
hp Homalite 4 21-Lost & Found vary .t. noar beech end wore* SooaonAlao Flor,da rnnm built initova ..
6451. engine" plul weter" iknDiotel .. sloe, HH Alee a Je.p $ bedroom. Lint lilIes, and oven lirga workihoo WEBSTER. HULL known to be deed or 41
4... Jck.ta, od cur'"nl, top. 170 loiat ....... Na Ml\ 2.3314 good neighborhood, Both com tl : SECTION OlSOi ?60I
Real Estate 8k
OtiS Sabre 9 30 a m or III' it oietely w I l able home i."Vn" lOG It'l"o I fl lot AieocieleeMarvin ,
nM 2 Magnum Rodi Spin Call Tad : r'i1 Sculler COLLIER COUNTYThe
attor 0 Ii" D.w.y Folly
a m Il/S tf MLi3i)4 or 1 12/Htl Anderson Or,ucc lOll to
on Weeks Mba Scene
Wilhamt, 400 and EmbaiaadortOOO Came 1.1 Avi H. and Weal tOO led ol lha W' of
twin" Q M Wheeler raali left pot Friday 1958 BUICK CENTURY HT SEASONAL: RENTALS now Saagate School "IS,001. Merg.o CnetaeuxDavit Yamiawl Trail the NWd of the NW''. of Section
bin' C with fly bridge. avanlng j n..t Collect. Ga MuM b es... 'to b. approciilotl. Blvd 4 U' 4IMIIWI1. 11011 2 033064Waterfront 21, Townahip 41 %outh .".
Depth u'd.': Koehler 1 110 OWl Orlando. Pta REWARD It 36 00 I UP P" ....on. Slv ppai'itmi-nt only Call Call. less tha North Ito 1,1nA.'It
0(. tyetem' 9 ft. dinghy lION I'" 5t Dial 9r./ii! peed' Ml t-MV P/13 IIOne. It* cores located en County of

"d bait, wolli, I CM ft. r*. A H. $' lrd.lot MARLOWE AND BECK -of--tha bia.ii"iittle houiain'v Reed M ml elf Temieml TrailOood Eitimaled Valua 1212 00
''I No reotonable offer rated small. ferolan car. Call 3 rich farm land See Jim Property ANQILO POERIO andCAEHIIIIIOC

Call MI 2 70S or Punta 23-Misc. For Sale Ml. J-J4J REALTORS *" vnrs.ev Florida, Room bedrooms, car m.. Howell, Selea Manaiar 1 POERIO
.rd. NE 9.1101 12/13 ItiSfBusiness 413 Fifth Ave. So MARLOWE AND BECKREALTORS husband and. wife an
pore, util ly' room air CDnd1'0
"l) Coryalr MoniaS3 Ml S 5221. 5 3603. 26111 CBS s/I lloora SorrentoQerdeni Commercial I Jr'it\.cl: in undivided one halt intent

FOR SALE M Chevy Piv Fury Nova Wagon f SlOt Air Cp, PS North-Naplei --.0' beauty Owner Iran tIP? BraadwayManhattan vth'ronl'I'ovar with .....,o.lm.lIl"Read tVi Na leo Harbor FloridaSUOSNI Lane

Opps. Cl Humbler Ambaiaador Air R.nt Beeutiful I bedroom 2 Mired Juil 541.000 00.CARISSrAPI Building: ::11); sOlar trinla.e' apart.i H POERIO' an
ALUMINUMPRESS ,PS Auto Tram bath unlurniehed, homo with, Everglades: City, Florida 25. psr squira loot undivMad one halt intereit

61 Cad. Eldorado. PS. Fact largi playroom swimming pool REALTYREALTORS OX I lOOthighway Lone cape Settee. gb. ",,,,'"'. O.n..1 O.'herN.w )/

TEXACO, INC. PLATES24W' Air. Now paint. a rail steal' and extra large utility room, ano No Tamlaml T,. Ml I $151 Ort..... l.ouisiasa,
Vimabla Irenehlie available on pear new Seagate school, I mil.. 'ro" Napl.i1N acresfor DANIEL WEBSTER ,
454 4 fiadanCO thai
dr a
36" Peugeot .. Cell t.5131 or U50 .n ..,., ,,,"',. Reel Eilalo. BkrAaaaclalai
new ultra modern ) bay ServIce x Corvair 4 d,. Sed. Auto (IWIpo' "' 12/13 If F., '. 'y o..n.. 5 bedteem. : Rag hon of Taking has boon mod so
faction, of original archltecturdoilgn Irene New palnl I hahN CII hoosa ha abava atvhial, cauia by lIe ...
sotaoah. .
Ideal for test acres 00 1.1.. e' C.prl Marvin, Weaki Mike' BowenMargie
.4t godorson.te.encorner .mt.i.to' 0't.
now itionat
lrend new tunl.heel 512514 MI 74304, 11.000 M TermiCARIBBEAN CheleeuaO.vie acquiring authorityhaia
U S. 41 and Cello. WOOD CHRYSLER t block from .. proiaadlngi ol tha Inking 0'
I In
orren city '
County Courthouaa Naplai Hunting Lodges PLYMOUTH beech, L bedroom, ,.; ;;; fit,.. bedr11mliSmi. Blvd 4 U t 41 1 Ml 1112 the aboym __"b.d 'lands len tO.psrpe.a .
Pull section 110 .. .t I"
The station, 011.., excellent nlb.mt. CII$ con.twcI. ,..,
Cot" Lmto
North Trail Ml 2 (MlA kitchen end 0.7950. I" set 'o.lh tIne Palite' '"
proft and volume potential totjMolifled Fish Camps 12/13 ItFumliheii I..... Silt d..n.' per mo lire Trn.s : 510iisew,: As : ahi of saw
Individual Enparlancanet Real Estate ; of htolm, ISyisi S IICeIlipr
I Condition IHI! Volkiwagan REALTYREALTORS 65-Can. a pOrlon
nec is...7. Paid training Roofing & Siding Convartibla, IMS Good buy! cott.d"tt.. no DANIEL WEBSTER HULL Count", Plodo, .,,01 thaI ocr
program' and financial atalitanca 1100 balow markat value 2 t'i note Good Inning Hendereon Rag Reel Islets BkrAiaoclatee. 0' tho led geucflho lnsi.I t Citiit
avallabla. l. Excellent Insulation Creek L E Owenbv If/It M 37M No Tamiaml Tr MI' III .
cate. Ine 2/1 IIJjiaton Island in the Bull 0' tho Twelfth J"d..1 r"cull ".1Plerida
ri My... Fl.. Days EOT 4122evenlngi Marvin Weeks Mike' Bowen mT""VIU'-' YflDAV Sn large boo see t'OlIe. county: nih as' the IlIh d.y 01 Oscernb.r
WE .3UI.. 12/1 tf 25c ea. .ieis I'cvll do";, M..... ChetnouaOavle tl toll at 10 00iv 0 s I". k i' lb.Iitettw. _
4 wheel drlva Hat Warren 50-Rooms For Rent Blvd U' 41 MI t UI2 We think a lot of people will' beleylne Maally 17/1 th.root In 0',frs,5 Cn..,'
Eelabliihed wnoleiale" nuriery also winch "I wish I I'd bought Collier ..
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS hubs and power on Ch.mbo. In Collier r"unl1'" "
....".. to Incorporate Modern tha front Motor and l-ody In Retirement' Home on large ISO County acreage el ItM House al East N.pl" Florida 'o''
iroduction mathoda employedfor reliant condition I960 MlJ Room I oman S 'In prlvata home x IIS' lot with 101eltrs.s. prteei" We hava acreege at suet I" lu'c"n' lhm ,inselti .n
afficlant, oparatlon Reply Used Cuihman golf cart w'lii 367S 12/13 It to working man or woman Ml North Naplae neer ally ahop forest and prices to Millinery, of plaadmgi laid Datlaralion of

Collier, County Nawt. Box 1737 chargar |1M. Call 14474. 2 3165 12/1 tf ping. just 110.100 complete pocielbookIM PUBLIC NOTICIIN Taking, appoint .0P""." and

A.7|. 12/10 StI 12/10 31 maka luch .,".. .. lha Cmirt daamspropor
Room and loord Phone MI CARIBBEAN "f'ALTY.RE..LTORI acre* on State Highway, .
Coins "bought and Sold NaplenManor 41-Trucks o Tractors 23413 11/3 hIRoom III,AW with five y.... la panS THE COUNTY JUDOE COURTIN all .All parti.*! to tha Mill, oil
AND FOR may appa>
Motal Ml. 2dollRRZ silk, heard prlvala bath, ano No Tamleml Tr MI 1 tillInteracted earn e'lreitl. en S.... HIwoy COLLIER FLORIDAIN and ba heard al lha lima, and pladamnalad < >

( t E yourialf for a thrill tIre TRUCKS Now INS CMC l'm hone. w.lk'n' cloaat Ml in a imell pleoe'oleareagi cloie In tiOOO PROBATEIN
ISIs II with comfortablepreotieally RE r.t.I..f You and nails nf you' tiaraluaommandod
lirit lima you usa Sloe Luitra Pickup Truck atari at LOW .
RANDOLPH FULLER to by tilingenbOr .
t ocleansu new, t bedroom RAYMOND WIERNAKI aopaai
( OR FULL TIME go alactnchampooar SI 1 ill W
.h. Pehlms h.
.. 10 r.lnls.r1usd
homer S with t) eeaed
He ra I It a ground' floor oppor. |1 Naples Form, see LUFF" CMC INC today acral nunary REALTOR PETITION in Ihn i'.,'"a ,n lha onlill.,tTourl
lock end I ace, cleared' NOTICE OP FILING
for tars Co 12/1 St lot Ith It. Ho Naples 51-Wanted To Rent
nity to
n man or woman
PltfHAROE OF ANCILLASY on or balora lha 71th day n'
reedy for On oood rood FOR FINAL
... Temporary addraouiMMt
aha Oh 00000ItV log email I ntl\ PALMER HARRIS December Old I
.otlum of Slaupunkt lapaakar radio. w.l -- This will en the morketlong EXECUTORNotice auliossIsolghl
olacat bunneai withbuilt
., damand nut. itationl ovanaai. Glataihowar bYREtSV2RV0MG Sea ue for detaltoAiiecietel ii hereby given thai I have Itlla iSlorasI 0' I 10., ,tivai, soCI .n.
in IFOO for 4 who .can doon for tub Portable Handl,Van. II, urn 11.191 Wantad to rant. or may par Associate Mad my final relurna ai Ancillaryaacuior lou' hays in mod 10 .ny of the
Coast ,malarial. Undarwood typawntar. Elartnc' INC VI Pickup whita I.024CMC c"..., 2 bedroom furniihadhoma ( of the eilele of RAYMONDWIIRHAME above' described landt .n" shsccr.usa
loqulpt.. that 4 inventory...in< bull table sawing machma 27470 VI Pickup, blua with utility, '1. room Phil N .Karat Hildy Olson II yri calling Naplet: -properlieiOffice Ia 00.50 d. that I have who tho totem .h".ld. .ot Ii.Iah.o .
.r can be ara II 12/13 3tAntiqual positive traction I.'7ICMC carport, close to ihopping da Creyton Cove tiled my ,..toto... leo dielribulion' and lee Ih. ,.sesa'. 5 p.",'ases..'
.00 ,arc' able to make It. Con VOW Haavy Duty lirabla naighborhood neat ROBERT H JAEGER epa Tahilian Cove Inn lot final dlwharga and that on Da forth In tha Pat I mo I,tail 'lISten

P act 0 Bolt !8"8 Soraot., Fit Onanlal. I 4 Europaanbraaa Cab 4 Cha.ua' 4000 .beach and watar with TV Realtor Ph Ill4ldaya > Sill eveningiFol .."'iber >l .UM, I will" apply to IhHonorable WITNESS my hund coppar. bronta lacquar QMC VIMt Cab 4 cable, 'or JM monthl b.II".1.I.n rant TiIi. Richard M Stanley 0' said Court nn tha lltti day n'
4 teak cabmatt 4 tablaa; Onantal Love Chassis 3.600 bl rallabla adulla Price Naples Shopolng Ctr Tel HM' idiot tor trailer or "Hava M ft. ofCement County Judge of Colliar County Irdasaetb.r 954
rags ails ants u. firaarmiworda See LUFF GMC INC today 0 montlt' Writ. riot Ida approve! af laid tmiretuma MANQARC 1COIT
|12-Help Wanted china and' 10. m'H :1npe : OPEN HOUSE TODAY to PaIne, Sapnc Tank and .f:4 of distd Club .,..C.. ,
crystal : 421 1 llh It No Naples S. Ryndom I lIfts two bedroom well Phone Ui | FM! lull tfl f e an ordar ""i i.ani'lQoll'ar
won Maaa 'Jn.on. :137 col.i> T.mlOflr.ddfl.! ) .. Won. Nick Il/il It It.me'nr'I: lllh Avo SoIIS '* let final diacharga oaecutor Cnuniy f 'larlda
oed I 3 Ian Dr S.Mta'. III... Ft. Myan r.'r of the will. *,1 Ot: INTMAllll.Irwpuly
immediately men or 3.1136 450DRIVE ., damn end .......... ;
omen to t.ke ov.' ..I.. Iran.his. Baach Fla Ma, BY this neer.new I e e 11001 15.00 RAYMOND witRHAKff: Clarl
.l for Fuller Brush Company Large accumulation of ohm 44-Mobil. Homes 52-Real' Estate WantedWant BR t Bath, air cond home at IJ.OO per ...,mile.h No 'interealUiOOO THE BANK OF NAPL'S Nov> M IS. Dee I. II IH4 ailappicalala
> Collier I County |90 04 o weak mostly: So America and pi alands III' Rudder Reed In The Moor. Qne (r.op G..". By /OFORQE' E AllfNAncillery
o alert Cell Mr Gentillnl in II MM 100 Ft VictorMonO Inai then let ui show In en 0le ell)' Open 'und.,. taeoulor the Adoerthors. H whan ,ou

h. Myera, WE 1.331. after S30: Camara 3 laniai. Army Need .n Insepansine Inter Small to houaa buy In ar or aottago naar Naplaa Wrltabalora side ky appointment, Make"v. ? Collier Cavnly kTaelly. P RAYMOND slale WIESMAKEDecoased

1101 II/2S lOt lypa caaa and Irypod Tel Wy heniat 1164 travel monmIfe, of price terms
) spa.mally Dec. M to David Brack I'' r./lIaMfItPaS
229M. 12/1 It built S. e.ltcen.tamed BRAND NEW I t Beth AITS. FOR KKNT.s.
sl.epa ... "I" O $1. Llgomar. Pa home with 050500 C ,
family lH
WANTED room large }
for ,
w..kS. solid irch not ,otW'ii Vile Proeidat'
rill women end duhweiher Gold upholilarad awival, rocker, ,...,... 23 It. i I It. Hal a 10 yruarantaa porch double gerege, huge ('.s. n I Ollia.rNa THI COUNTY NEWS
ndy' Pit, Bar B.Qua. Apply lika: :.. Ml 241 l/ll ?t ( Iif1'1; ta buy Irom erivalaparty boat dock, centrel heel a eir It'J I. 11. 1044 IsIS COUIER
Itor we, 12/1 If ; Associates. Quit front 'lot north oraoutn send en Dolphin Road. Royal r -ll>r Apln. For UaaFfdflmry ---.-
Phil N. Kayat Hildy, Olson ol Naples Reps ColliarCounty H. r.N..U et UI.WOplal
Personal &
aol .In"h.r.n lady to workInspection 26- Nawa. So lf.7 A fO A..Ita, i A lUdroumWf
eiiemblytopi ISIS M55S.oras $0 TeeNs It N. MI I 7 550516ih J
of I .r ln.po.nc. Drycleenlng: : .LCOHOL.CI ANONYMOUS ROBERT H. JAEGER Il ..fc Mnnlk gegaoa Seasonal Rental
R. preferred but wll Man or woman wi'h drinkingproblami "; .. "' .tl Th I
.' ." apply In paraon ....k for halp" by calling Rag R E Stoker I Bedroom Carper! I TIIKI'll'IIIK: AITH Waterfront Lot
0r" Toe "btNlrcwni two
/ Naples' Shopping Ctr Tot t 7S5I Office Carpeting' Oil Furnace, Built
Ml I V.uteri cordially
'n Rang. n.., shoppIng fuinlnhwl, nsl| willhr !
welcomed Meetinga in Pint Fe, sali by esfi.," ffirl i nHou..iI. 9100,00 sesnplala' :( I 211II. I INN4IH S.awall A Boat Slip sIcily *
laptiil Church Annei an SIN .. wake offer .t.il homa. l.ixtttail nmrlh

|l3-Help Want. Female St Fri at neNtatOSO itO Ava every P M Tao_ and wrlia" P 0 Bon 791 Naples Air SLOG Cond 10 office Tenlh In St the H.STONtmonthly Low CARIBBEAN REALTYREALTORS ; } .sii':., HO' 200' Wide Canal > ('.Mir' ('hurth! .....rh.

12/1 ItPatio rectal) teleemwerlng lie and "hwpplfi, (Vntrr.
t'tLJ.; .. I7M Na Tamlaml T, Ml HIM Aqualane Shores
'" 1 10' FI.otw r. A..lnlll, lerviee B : TV C-AHI.E r
eleiledy and genera Grace I work LakeoriatNoj 33-Services Offered ... at Harmony She'.. STONE. INC Ml 1IMI, 12/1 II I bedroom 2 bath, furniahadI ; $1650.00

lbplr{ ) In peraon-hone cella 12/1 If nnvtimo' Phone Ml 2 4MI aNn' OIl,.. ipoceo for rent Ceait Labi Pork Would gellilder. lily' WATER C $7500THOMAS
I P M. 12/10 ..III Colon Corp. SkI |th Ave renting t. r.liabls ;
ItSdy lot y.- round employ; ; SEA WALLS Ml 2 foil. /3Sj 75404 ten.nttQ" ; All ...Ir.'rl1, reeled 1'luI VIIliU.a
l 01.01 et Prelhen Dry Cleaning Ft, Vallawtlona 'Iraval trail'ar '
1 papt. Muat be capable of ...aInd CONCRETE WOOD ROCK for ..I., Twin beds Parfact -- ,|TOR-RENf------ I Badroom 7 bath, Dan, aaraie :: Klrrlflf: Ural, (julrl ; K McBRIDE U. Howling:

I Ironing Fl.... apply inPotion Foundation Piles condition Ml 2,27M ))2tott /' M Large More er office apece oIth t Ton Air Conditioner and :
0 ." waahar Purmthad, Realtor
J Pre I"'" Loun.itoullkOlper ..)/. Ave South Imam buimaaidietricll vn Ailulu: Nn. |M.(
52 Morl.tUTijfij7nt: furnilhad III 100 Ml lOIN Arm Ml MUft .
It black from FiratNell
I'S 30 'Monday Docki-Mooring Whips Laka II.Uy. Soo g057IlIl Bank So Phona 2 4I7S (/n If 1t Park 8t 80 Mt S 6844

....rDUlh Friday I to S duronl"olld.yl IIt4inrad THE GULF REALTY Ceass OyiE'I6Wr.i. ; .7TVT H m.vn, TO F.M. II

Permen.nl and Call lumm.r. vacation 2,3212JlIU IAOEN Automat ABBOTTRadio I..vol Ira/ar, 54Sf Call 1 tth .Ave Soulh57Houses roam bath with 101st garage '
imgiakaeper I to I Prsda Saturday oranytime a waterwey Lot fully
3t J.1.>r2 lUll 01 For Sale ............ end aaawalled" AllalKlria

White, live out. Radio Road kitchen Reverie cycle
in tronepoitation rat.r.nc.uuk.Heuoowork.rewn .!. ZIM2 143SJ 14471RIPRAP -FOR ....tt-- heal and air cond Large van YOUR
tranaation M ft Mobile homo aImed ..w. dressing room W/W' carpel
reference*, Call Ml Early Amarwan inaulaiad cabana HIGH SCHOOL AREA: Yes ,log alfctom draoei ana other
nu 12/11 31 acraan roam. carport bedrooms two bathe air conn eatrae See blIp allot I II at
SEAWALLSand all alactrtc watarlroM wall. to well carpal. lorgi ISM Bonile Lane, Ml 7 4011Vd5i15oth
Orf order cci k.-h .. a. aalraa Inspect an 8tm lit patiO .- SERVICE
..pe.n.ed. Only Solar Pier. C. Land Yacht Harbor ; Cenel from
'rom I A.... to I P.... ROCK GROINS Call Ml 1 742> 12/11 RIDGE tAOISt FvrOHha orunturnrthad i Btdroom 1 Bath henna Mist
t.I.1 Lanes Bowline : ha old III SIC Maka tIn
Alley Immediate Oecupangy an *
Creeiate laowolla ......
k Bar North Tamlami liar Gall Coune, nn you, larm.n .
12/1 M.n.ral plan and! .,.in, Acre* Neplei Bay Pronlagt
45-Trailers For Rent tin ler ... ,
S'OII It..lt ** .p
I office worker Typing MARATHONDREDGING THE MOORINOIl I Boeree mini Make an after 5PICIAIISTJ IOR ALL
horthand. belie bookkeeping j bath b.waSaaetlaei Cend

lull time employment on MarS CO.Dr.dg. Privately owned el Leke Kelly l,.... lefepilanol Bu,. ... r\ H lull O..n'r lb,,
lalend Call Ml J-7141 1 .ftor Modern 2 I R. II e M house 4/1 ItS Ii H. HaabooWTtThTh
P.... lZIItf1usd. I trailer Air. cool cenirel, heel RIDGE VIEW LAKtSMl

w.nted. Apply ii .. .. Oregllna TV cemoletely' turn Large >. aejuara foot tunMahe4homa .feY HSl1r..A'q"o tRII1I YOUR NEEDS
..per .t Seachcemb.r Club .,,/ Dollar Work.Alrnort yard Avail immed Owner will OH double lot t bloekifrom lane Shorec I bedroome I
2/I tlaird rent let aeeaen seW Ml I 2 aleS beeeh 501.501MARLOWE beme. Air. cand.l...nad I.argaK
Do Aft I 71SS. Ml 21347 12/S Iftrallert beautiful i. i.,>e-.capod -

tosser tor PI..o 800uty C'iiftjl.-fainting Service by' for."rent -raaaonabTe; AND BECK rinetlng lyilem Screened
Ion 11011 Mil 12/11 If ........ ".t'D t korfcecue p.1 l Covered)
Poland. Free aitimataa llpe... ItM a *..k Flock REALTORS
keel 4 wall Dr
Ml 2 2334 Ill AH work III Fifth Ave SoMl ilia: eee ve tf CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS -
n.lIarsgiog .It".ra"ed ..... Apt Creak Trailer Park rear IIf tat I 7115 Ave South (hen pho.Mith. -
guaranteed 12/1 H Airport 17" H I 5221. 1 MM. 1 Mil ..
'sal I" If yea .on't want IIok :: c.Mfm. an eppS'nImanlAoscaita.
.on.t apply M'' 2 IUI.11I11 t Sndre.ndlI Cottage Lake Pn oe:
Ace Radiator Rtptiri Foraat, Slag look Ca .
For Rent
Oat tanka repaired welding 48-Apti. I III JO IMa ...... 114* per DM Luc Ho Otto V...'I Mercum ANTIQUES DRUGS LAWN CAM
Steam cleaning 0.0114 Im M4 fin Anomie "Noble. Wright Pond Clark

)4-Help Wanted Male taft DaviS pick uo Bivd 4 delivery Ml I2MTelephone Month'"Vis: I 0.MOTh< Oa.k L > M*.' So Neil Ml lera.'S'WT1 I.SIM ,ll/l lit DEWEY POLLY SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP J R 'USC.U'TIOHS... 'TOM IIZD '

oniverlng. eerelee 2- ...e .. II. J 4I5S nty eenHty. ;m 2 00 air cone trade, p llloelACCURATILY '" C .
DE'ELOP1fENTCORPORATIOS II., email elllce with. ilenipece tionod home ,n city far >ouregjurty ) LAIN' I. "tIlVI
and receptlonlit Sn,. EBB TIDE APIS rono! ur Ml I IStMTiSor n I t't0 0 f If Airport Dooe Prompt free DeliveryDON'S

:Ice Cell 2-4131 basso mittrrgrb8w.1nst Oeo Oewey Polly' ReenorCorner CAll
will Interview for the Weakly Menlblp the. too le( And Na end LC

*oo e 'epreyed in eaeiwe-v* Kelly ltiid I .5 komia *,., ,"' ,'" beaded ,..,1 : Cilia ,lowolre A..tlaj. .o LIGGETT REXALL
following: .... TI" ')M ,...
StiTE WHITE Beeutifee pro .- Mi Mee 1.. tKapeWnt Cexat: l.j IH lit -
tott'ct >
!HEF Excellent oppor- tecte. and eagle on roofa Free SABLE SHORES APTS. *. |lXtM AL _ _ _
oatimetee Ml' J MM NAP II SO and OWN too I a* "jow.

IMP CO /W lat Kally Mood otid Aeea A>a. _
Ihn can u.. real l ahowman- WILLIAM a Trofte if c'R"ACC "
Need-le;...*.;;.... belore Chfia- ? Bidf4MM oaTor1a aair *a>waHMaiv Tarn St NoJatM 111751$ OWNER MUST SELl.l rs: oSSi'S Smihos 3k.ps 'NIs.P4AI, LI PUT
|,ip in food preparation and Call leeoo laWs Nun..y Mock rrwaiNk 8/ Po'k St Mi 2.dddl j CONTROL- $ OB'SIIHVICI
was IvrMalwd I l lof la* MaoringieiM. ...to ? BIO
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Xmas Seal WeekTo .; !I : .. ;' <... ,I Week's News Briefs I. t. Ntnt f;,:

Start TodayThe : By THE ASSOCIATED PRESi! I reset 'by an FBI avert.AmMM .
For months and months the t the federal actor.The r rI
week at Deeeajber 13th rumor had been abroad i Nye refused to proceed. Msstee SECTION 8 N.pl.. Ft. Sun", Doclow II, 'IH4
was fortaally proclaimed ,...r. : 4 HJ'No United States would soon ay > Carter the freed all 19 of the I --- -- ----_ .
day "Cfcrletmas Seal Week" by to expand the anturuerrUla war Mn bro* M before her Ini
Mayor AroMa Turner,whowgedUw \ ,," j Into Communist.ruled North Wasblaftoo, tile Justice Depart.teat berg said he would "stay UInlcht.
ecrorawntty to throw Its fall .. : Viet Nam. said Midi action was 'to. ." until be reached a support behind the Christmas m.r" As soon a* the rumors had I teary tit precedent." Thehad ion.
Seal Campaign of the Collier ::J-;; ; come up, the United States pe....**** said it would takei News notes from all over
County Tubere ).oels Aseocla r t knocked them down "'nil 1"4 the case to a federal grand Jury. Three top R.pubUcan.-aen.
ion. 1 would be no march north," ors la Oslo Norway, where he Barry Ooldwater Dwight D,
In a statement emphaeUtofthe alms ul gradual rate at which TB le be. :"fk. $ On Frldjthe South Vii t Peace Prise, the Rev. Martin Nixon met Wednesday in e
leg pushed back, Ute Mayor said ," ) Nan government stated In Salon .. Utter King Jr., termed Mtnpast New York hotel room. Aero+:S ,
"Federal health authorities a. r" that the United' Slat** I Carter's action a "tragic mis- the hall waited Dean Bun h

have called attention during the ......... .., egr. M! to Increase its military, carnage of )*Mtic V' He said he whom Qotdweier had picked .t'
put year to a slowlng-down of .- -. I aid I In the war against the Com. w wM appeal directly to '....,. Republican national chulrm:0
the rate of decrease new active :-::- ..-.. munist \'tet Cong, with the hint!t dent Johnson, and could see "no last summer at the San Fran< I h
eases This means a need for 01 can \ i Inll the war into the(. aJterMtive but to launch an economic ro convention. When the rondo:
redoubling efforts te cope with North. boycott" against everv.I nee ended the three \\.uwrl:s
this situation. Other serious The Unite.! States confirmedit I I thing produced In Mississippi had agreed that, In view of thOoldwaier
respiratory diseases such as *is In > ompiete accord with i''lie asked the support of "all debacle In Novem
chronic bronchitis and emphy. the statement made in Saigon. m*a of .nod will" her, Burch mwt win more support
same present an Increasing pro n A sute Department spokesman 1 Peace of a kind finally was In the party, or go. till fat e
blem The Tuberculosis Asso r r de I lined: to RO into details, but i achieved on the University of will be decided Jan. IS when UN
elation deserves our utmost sup* thK lecture emerfedi California campus In Berkeley Republican National Committee t tonY
port." V united Sates wUl not: but not before a Maarre Incident! meet
The Mayor's proclamation aY mik,, am major Increases I In i I U the Hearst Greek Amphl. The new regime In Moss
reads: mai lower 12,000 Americans> theater President Clark Kerr reached/ agreement on eronomU
WHEREAS, Tuberculosis and ar" u.w in Viet Nam but: had finished outlining a peace and budget plans that wllli N
other Respiratory Diseases con m",11' American planes and oth. program when Mario barb a duce military expenditure gab p{ n s
tine to present a major health er nniiury equipment are on i I leader of the student demon. million a year, provide mot
problem In Collier County, Flor. the W.'o. The help Is designed to 1. stratlons on free speech, started money for light Industry and 2x
Ida, and Ida| i I.or ondltlon within Southviol i for the microphone Campus construction, and plac. more
WHEREAS, with adequate help Nam and "to restrain then i policemen aired him and wres.i emphasis on consumer IO dI.
from the community, TB can be 'mntinc Infiltration of men i tied him offstage In the amazed The military rut, saM PremierAlexel \\H\r 'is 'if For yean
wiped out and other Respiratory ai', I .juuxnent of the Hanoie- view o| 11,000 students Despite N. Kosygln, followednews i the ( itt7:'n< of Wulflingen,
diseases brought under control glut" .m support of the Viet: the Incident, university life returned that the United Slates mil Suit/i'rlamt. have been unable -
\ and Coi''. / almost to normal, with llary budget will be reduced. I I to explain: this statue In
:, WHEREAS wearedetermlned In'! this mean North Viet the question of future canu us next year front of I the town school.!
to protect our home from Inva Ham supply places will be' political activities still unset. The space scientists at Cape 1 That is until some aoldiert
sloe by these disease scourges bombed> ? Both Saigon and' tied Kennedy Fla., had three suereasful of the Swiss offered
NOW THEREFORE I, PROCLAMATION officially naming the w'.'k of Dcci-mhoi 1:1:> aa Washington were silent on this i There was no commotion on launches In tour clays I 1I"'lr i army The
ARCHIE TURNER, By virtue of "Christmas Seal Week" was Issued Friday by Naples Mayor Archie point, but It was Indloated that: the Notre Dame campus, but in The most Important one, on Friday sculpture interjarttallon tMy Insist
'the authority vested In me as May Turner. Looking on at the signing is Henry R. W litk illS, Jr., who will mutts might be seen In a mat.t a New York courtroom learned was the placing of a two.' a general( reading represputa asup -
r of the City of Naples, Flor. lead the seal drive for the Collier County Tuberculosis Association.See of week. counsel argued the question ton Centaur In a precise orbit
da, do hereby proclaim the per. Story. (NEWS; photo) FNervously, Esther Carter Does the movie "John GolOfarb 130 miles above earth. U sue.
od of December 13 through De UtS. commissioner In Meridian > Please Come Home" Injure cess continues with the Atl...
\fe.mber 19, 1964, CHRISTMAS -Ulss., listened as the federalcerement ;; Notre Dame's good name? The Centaur project, the scientistsmay ths area. It seemed to come
SEAL WEEK, and do herebyfiurge presented Us case Kev. Theodore M. llesburgh, be able to put a spacecraft from the Best River, running by
every citizen to contribute March 1 meeting, two Comm oa Thursday. She listened as president of Notre Dame, contends on the moon by late IMS. the U.N. buildings
generously to the ChristmasSealm Soviets Call World Red nit countries, Romania and I attorneys said one of the men that It does, and seeks to Bearded, tleleas and dressed Later police found the blast
of the Collier Tu Cuba, are doubtful. Romania in i In the slaying of three
appeal County
urged stop the movie from opening In Army fatigues, Ernesto One. was a naaooka projectile, fired
.. berculosls Association to help particular has Indicated It workers In Missis SOth Century.Fos contends the vara appeared In the great hall from the yard of aa Induatrlal
support and expand Its program might not attend.In slept on June II had signed a movie Is a complete spoof and of the U.N. General Aasembly. plant across the river In Long
of spreading public education, Meet Sans Chinese OKMOSCOW addition In China the Al. Confession Then Miss Carter would fool no one Into thinking Fidel Castro's minister of Industry Island CIty. ft had exploded
the sick and them banlan, North Korean and Japan. ruled Since the team
finding helping ... alleged confes. the Notre Dame football was aoeuslng the United about 100 feet from the Manhat.
,to get better and supporting parties have said they will ail i was not In court he was could' be tricked by harem girls Slates of Imperialism, neoeolo.nlallsm tan Khor, sending a geyser of
research to aid the protectionof not attend North Viet Nam and free .n ball la Louisiana, run. and wild parties, Into losing a
(AP) The Soviet gathering of Communist leaders ]Indonesia also warmongering: dally water 18 feot high
all from TB and other Resplr Communist party announced here for the Nov. 7 anniversary are expected to ni::g us truck delivery route game to an Arab team. racial assassinations, and 1299"provocations" No one was hurl, and Inside
Cory Diseases. Saturday that preparations for a of the Bolshevik Revolution ..stay away she would not admit the state. Justice Ihmry Clay Green. this year alone;; ; the hall the noise was not even
't ARCHIE TURNERMAYOR world Communist conferencewill Chinese Premier Chou En-lal on the border of the U.S. naval heard.
". ATTESTS begin March 1. But the new came but his talks with the So. base at Ouantansmo, Cube, Quotes of the we.ki
Elsie Lehman, City Clerk Kremlin leaders apparently viet leaders seemed from public As he spoke, antl.Cutro Cu. "I return" Dave Beck, on
failed again to win Red China's Indications to have left the die. bans demonstrated outside the> leaving prison
" approval puts as harsh u ever. building, and one woman at. "lie's going to wear what thfi
LCent I L-J The party newspaper Pravda According to Western dlplo. tempted to tear down the Cuban i president wears, of course" _
,"' ............. published the new date for a matte reports reaching here flag Hubert Humphrey's office, on
preparatory meeting which from Peking, Soviet letter was Suddenly, a heavy blast shook his inaugural plans
tl.ctrk hs.s... .H former Premier Nlklta 8. Khrushchev written to China proposing post J
I had originally scheduled ponement until March and em -F -
; T.1rIooO Sell' w for next Tuesday phaalzlng that the meetings ,
IOIru.belllhad called for M would seek to achieve unity r \e
sides. 1/S Communist parties to prepare The reports said the Chinese Forget Something Today?

for a full conference of more spurned the letter, saying their r
Twrt.ro SOS than 80 parties rald-1983. stand was well known the call
The Chinese and their allies lathe for the meeting was Illegal, and frwIaW \ Groceries? --
* v.._ tUs.w"4.yw 10% bitter Ideological dispute the meeting was Intended to
between Moscow and Peking wreck the Communist
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aid not attend
" kStra we.Mn f IO% they ", .nt. \
Some Soviet allies were reluctant The Soviet party maintainsthat (Beer?
to come for fear the confer the last world Communist -
[(talk Oiytn 21%
nee would bring a permanent conference In 1(60 left the RUle
:: split In the world Communist tans with the right to call another "If you forgot it -:-- wo have it"
: oot ran as
( movement. meeting on their own au
According to Communist thority. The Chinese have chat
0 2} SO 71 100
sources, the Soviet leaders who 1enpcl this Open from 7 a.m. .11 p.m.
CONSUMERS' CHOICE took over from Khrushchev Oct. The Kremlin apparently com
The average American home 14 delayed action while trying to municated the Chinese reactionto
,,t I boasts a fairly complete ar win Chinese approval. Such Its allies as proof of Soviet SPECIALS ALL THE TIME;
ray of timesaving appll- countries u Poland applied charges that the Chinese are I.
1 ancei, according to a Labor pressure for another Soviet unreasonable, and then went
Open Early and Late to Serve You
Department survey The survey unity bid.Pravda. ahead with the public announce
shows that 98 of every said the March 1 date ment of the March 1 meeting.
.j 100 homes Include a refrig was set "on the basis of mutual Among the 28 parties for theState's I AM THE:
orator and iron and 94 of consultations conducted among
every 100 have one or more fraternal parties with the aim of 1t 'i MINIT
radios and television sets. better preparation" for the ElectorsTo t t tI"fTERS 1
I Lowest on the list' Clothes meetings.The .
dryers and food freezers are consultations are believedto Meet MondayTo 1 SAVER
in 23 per cent of all homes. have taken place during the Cast VotesTALLAHASSEE I
------- directly from Santa Claus (Ind,) will tc if '.i"ed by these A&B
: : (AP)- Flort. young believers, and many others. like them, thank to a direct: mailing
Ida's 14 pre.identlal.lectou will system made available by The Hank of Naples l"u"I', jpprd' in the

I OPENING Cabinet meet Monday room to In cast the the Capitol.tat.'. box are tent to the f.imnus,: IndJann town, stamp and mulled from MINIT MARKETON

GRAND 14 votes for president, prssum. there, making them 'official" from Santa Claus MM Joe Hayes .is
ably tor Democrat Lyndon John. shown mailing a letter in the special bank mail box, an Eddie; Ithnden (I) THE NORTH TRAIL
son. and Joey Hayci look on ( NEWS; photo)
At the saw Urns, they will wwwwFOR
X vote, presumably, for Hubert
I Humphrey for vice presided
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Influence la growing In neighboring ( lL Florid ibrery A Historical Oosscsissioit
Sudan Western diplomats ;a Civil Vat Centennial Coemsid tru
fear that the tendency will
Increase in the months to come, *'l sk* A V \ * * A" * * ** *
w+u1'z making Sudan another problem M
country as far as the West la December 7- Federal Rear Admiral Job A. Dahl-

!. .. r concerned gren, commanding the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron
Ir l s The country has a major stra.teglc 9 hat today officially notified hu commanders "to respect
It borders the
Congo Importance., Ethiopia and ex-British and comply with the order recently i issued by President
East Africa. It controls part of Lincoln lifting the blockade at Fentandini." Henceforth
A3p the Red Set coastline "whenever a trading vessel ii encountered, boundto
% C+ An October revolution toppledthe r.'I the port of Fernandina, the it to be suffered to continueher
military regime of Ibrahim 41"" A'" voyage provided the condition of the proclamationare
Abboud. Since then the Sudanese complied with. In the case of vessels tailing from a
press hu been hurling port in the United States there can be no difficulty in
charges of imperialism againstthe M'k\ ascertaining that the intent of voyage ii legal, but vessels

mlddle West.-road Although policy, Prime pledging Milletater a r from abroad, professing to be bound to Fernandina, even
Sir El Khatlm El Khalifa with regular papers, will always be to suspicion
promised Increased cooperation aewlar if found in the vicinity of other blockaded porti of this
with the Soviet Union. I 4t .. command, and in that cue they will be subject to seizure
Four minister out of the 15. \ and adjudication by the proper courts. This provision ii in
man cabinet are Communists. pursuance of that part of the proclamation which makes
Communists control 49 out of 75 M" the commercial intercourse of Fernandina subject among
labor unions, although the Industrial +w1 rN; titi other conditions, to, such naval regulation it may hereafter .
population constitutes "
be found
10 per cent d the total labor >, i.y.a aa.rP necessary
arms ship Union Brigadier-General Scimmon commanding the
monks to Congo rebels from Algeria Federal District of Florida, it directed to send TOO troops
and the United Arab Republic by way of Jacksonville and Fernandina at once to Hilton
have been going through Head, South Carolina "for duty at the front. The base
Sudan. of operations hat been changed to Tullifinny Point where
LAUNCH PLATFORM. The U S.NS, Croatan may not become toum Western diplomats these In devel.Khar fir e a landing hat been established, ind it it necessary to have
as famous is Cape Kennedy but it will do some of the are with Increasing con. every man that can possibly be spared"
same things, The ship Is the National Aeronautics and Space opments
cern, especially since the )
Administration's seagoing, launch platform for sounding beset by s racial feud be. Governor Milton today approves a legislative resolution
rockets During a three month in 1965
period more than 40 tween the Arab north and the s asking that the Florida Brigade commanded by General
sounding rockets with Instrument payloads will be launched
to measure upper atmosphere characteristics, This Informa black African south bt p'fra Joseph finegan, now fighting in Virginia, be transferredto
lion will be compared with data gathered during the 1964% was The an strong apparent pro-left reaction tendency to the the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida,
International Quiet Sun Year, a period of minimum solar former military regime. if not "incompatible with the public service." Accordingto
actlvlty.TRd. Communists moved swiftly the resolution, the Florida troops "are weak and debilitated
when the regime toppled, although from bad health, from sickness and fatigues of in
: : :;r: :':: : Communist party ; arduous campaign, and in poor condition to stand the
': : '::'?4heWantAdsjThe; :::::::::::: : strength does not exceed some freezing weather of a Virginia winter) and, the strong
: : : :'::: : [10,000 members In a nation of 14 / f' probability of the invasion of the Southern coast of the

million. Confederacy, that of Georgia ind Florida; and whereat,
. ... Young Sudanese trained in S the Florida troops would be better able to endure the winter
Soviet bloc
.. obtaining a number countries of are posts now in LIGHTS ON NAPLES: community Christmas tree placed at the Four in a milder climate, ind would also greatly recuperate
Musichausen the administration Comers by Naples Federal Savings and Loan Association were turnedon wasted health." At the same time the legislature it also

: Chinese Communists art becoming by Mayor Archie Turner Friday night with appropriate ceremonies, asking that the Florida Brigade, commanded by Brigadier
\ DON HOLZHAUSEN ,.' more and more active. The 62-voice choir from Lake Park School directed by George Booker General J. J. Finley, which is part of the Army of Tennessee
*. Soviet aid so tar has consisted opened the program singing Christmas music. D. O. McGoon, presidentof be transferred back to Florida. These troops, according
L: ( .. proprietor .t. of over $20 million in ruble credit Naples Federal, welcomed the crowd of several hundred and Naples to the legislature, have also "suffered greatly on account

. . projects, mainly This for agricultural with Poet Laureate Bob Adams read one of his Christmas poems. Above, of the severe winters in Tennessee and upper Georgia the

over $80 million compares spent by the enshrouded In the emi-darknew, is seen part of 'the crowd and the regiment having become decimated; and whereat, said
BUY QUALITY and SAVE MONEY United States over the past tree silhouetted against the building./ Below is shown the Lake Park brigade would be more efficient in s milder climate.

OulkrsnMH "Plii.,.,." eight years Choir. (NEWS photos)
M.d.: Ctrly Am.rle.nIm.ll Organ | frlct M%711 N Offsetting this is the growing The Florida Legislature completed ill business ind adjourned .
< ., .rin l.r .p.rlm.nl .r Mme III Price SJ|.M anti-Communist propaganda of tonight.
Oulbrtnun "M" Organ R.( VrlM U..... traditional Islamic circles
Walnut Traalllvncl fS% Priests are reported Rare Birds Find
Th* omplttt rs.n 1.1.! price 1271.NEil.y the faithful in mosques of warning"God. Sanctuary in NewfoundlandBy December 9 -The Florida Brigade, consisting of the
Amcrlccn PI..Walnut.. MW.I III *)., price Ml M less Communism" 2nd, 5th, nth, 9th 10th ind 11th Florida Infantry regiments

!. Ih. "..ft Prscllc I.," lilt (Ace 711NK ED WALTERSST. The netting ground are forbidden are aomewhat conical in shape, today struck the Federals at Bellfield, Virginia,
hl.t-C.mpb.ll Kltclrls' Pia,., Plin Nig s>rlc. ..51.. JOHN'S. Nfld. (AP) territory to humans, rate, which keeps them from rolling after marching fifty miles the past two days The Federals,
W.lnut CMMIITMAS irECIAL {(% cats, dogs and other predatory off. numbering approximately 20,000 "refused to become involved .
II'l crlcc sssaw Had Other Inventions 1 then John Cabotcame upon Ntwtoundland -
hi\'< not inflated these piiir lu offer huge per fen.UK. First patent taken put by I[ June 24, 1497, he wit creaturea. This suits the birds Puffins and petrel burrow into and the brigade returned to camp footsore, having
: -, iff The quality! iliwonnts listed here are reduclionK Thomi Alva Edison was for truck by two things the vast who prefer the loneliest and turf to lay their eggs. Petrel marched over frozen roads and through sleet and mow
firm: I.HT \ moat precarious crag they can parents stand 24-hour shifts, one than 100 miles"
'KICK! Ws want to make sure, that tn electrical vote recorder quantities of flub end clouds ofseebirds. more
youi family can enjoy the tremendous warmth that comes lie also devised stock tickers, ***,{md.i spending s day, at .u hunting .
from brink able to create music quadruples and auto- It wnn't long before destruf1 For. .centum men had climbed while tjs mite Sits on the *gg. ,
duplex December 10-The U.S.S. O. //. Let, captured the
NIOOrN' BEHIND NAPLtl FLOWERS. lih Ave No A Th. Tr.H matic {telegraph systems and nun of The birds begin .id it of islands to lake eggs then they change places. blockade British schooner
Sort and her of
Mldw.y ? SJ11 from netting birds or to kill\ the running cargo
S an electric pen, according tot continued along the Newfoundland
birds Some ornithologist believe cotton off Anclote Keys today.
the t Britin-
Musiciiausen Encyclopaedia coast until conservationneasuree
To pica in the mid-19th! Ceniury the species survived only
--- ---- I Ii gave the first, hint of respite. because many netting areas Kenya Marks December 12 -The Confederate Bureau of Conscription
One species the great auk were tnacceaaible.: today hat issued General Circular No. X, authorizingthe
became extinct at the beginning Today hunting 11 permitted in Birthday OfIndependence impressment of free Negroes and slaves into the Con
>f the 19th Century. The treat icaaon at other parts of the federate army, at provided by legislation enacted last
luk war a favorite of huntrri be- coast, usually in fall and early February 17, by the Confederate Congress. Florida's quota,
,auae it wan unable l to n y. After winter. as fixed by the Confederate War Department, it 500.
he auk'a disappearance greater Favorite quarry among seabird
hunters 'is the mum. The fifth NAIROBI Kenya (AP) -
turning pressure fell on othersleds. is dark In color and has a distinctive Kenya celfobraled the first annl. According to i report from Acting Volunteer Lieutenant
taste of fish since fish versary of its Independence Sat. R. B. Smith of the U.S.S. Nit*, Francis Lupke, a
Today the murrei puffIns ta the diet of all aeibirda. urday.! by becoming a republic. Union tailor recently wounded and captured by the Confederates .
azor-btlls, petrels, klttewsltcsindiannets Jomo
Kenyatta, who ss pre. had been "stationed in bunch of
The more is white with a it a picket a
they have can five nest esnctusrieswhets and breedn black head Ill eggs are laid on mler country steered through the its East first African year bushel on. the right of the place of landing, and having

aafety. iny convenient rocky: ledge and out of colonial status, becameIts exceeded his order and advance into an open plain beyond

h..--....,_'-vv.....rte i::''"'' _T1 first president. hit post, he was captured by the enemy" He is presently
+i Y Thousands cf Africans being held at Brooktville where he "hat the liberty of the
cheered as Kenyatta's preslden. camp."
tlal standard was hoisted above
Ir Jamhurl Stadium, signifying his Lieutenant I. B. Baxter of the U.S.S. For/ Henry, on
With il n,mil ilow olifuj'i elevation from
e 0 power premier to presl.
blockade duty at Vest Pass, St. George's Sound, (Apalachicola -
t I i or i ,i laid special : dent.Kenya will stay within: the Bay), reports that an ironclad gunboat ii being constructed

o. t o ,jar'sties emerge on the Jor v British Commonwealth of Na at Columbus Georgia. It is nearly complete and
: EVERY EVENING iI tions. It got its Independence as almost ready for launching. There is also a torpedo boat
ol ii i ,n ,, eras ready to dazle a dominion last year after 68 under construction and the gunboat Chaltthoochft n it

r \j i o I i i1,out the soaton's lentiv JholidaI ; (| I years of British colonial rule.Asa Columbus, "undergoing repairs on hull machinery, and
: republic It no longer sill\ be balers"
os Choc I' i on oni Idbulons( M constitutionally tied to the Brit.

I Iklion if ,iu-sst idncm l6V6S 'TIL CHRISTMAS tsh monarchy.
to I December 1J Admiral David arrived
s ia | Kenyatta, believed to be 74 Rear Farrigut
',''l inq lust looking great : '. r i I years old, is its undisputed mas. in New York aboard his flagship, the U.S.S. HirtforJ,
f I ,.r'+ ,: I C.Ckard i'aaiifon Shoe ter. A British colonial governoronce today. During the thirteen-day voyage from Pensacola he
/ ?' ."' ,. .. called him a "leader to encountered heavy gales. He wires U. S. Secretary of the
** "*.. I j darkness and death" but during "
1 > % Navy Velles: 1 await further instructions.
"." 458 srr9't St. So. I the past few years lie has won
e : sparkle : : ;.M ) respect as a leading African"
kiss ... ... 0 (.J 41'' politician. seven years in jail for alleged and took a graduate course In
..... #' ) In 1932 he was sentenced t lo Mau Mau terrorist activities. It anthropology while la London
'* *. clIlCls" ", "I as nine yarn before lie was i Before returning to Kenya in
;* ,f :; freed. IMS, he studied for a time at
He says he follows a policy of Moscow University.His .
: splendors;: nonaJlninenf. African National Union
He lived to London for 15 Party swept to victory In the
'i \ i years, starting In 1M1, and ass elections and he was sworn
., LAC I'U roomed with American stager in u the country's first prime
J r WCXt Wftfol rPiJ: Paul Robenon during some of minister
.,. \ ..: l t- that time.
; '. He married an English girl Everye Reads The NEWS
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COUIU, COMITY NEWS, LWgtls H.., Sunder, Docbe, 13 I l"*4 38

Adventure and Fantasy Reign in Toyland

Mia Farrow to once have Met been\longest spelled engagement more than

FuroreAs was six years at a convent

-. ...-,.,.'' '" W\i') '''''" ,, Causing school in Surrey, England A
An Actress taint English accent sod a
hatred of mathematics are rem.
.,aw Ii' HOLLYWOOD (AP) laid nests of that experience
Mm F ruiw: ""** *..s.tln. After graduating, MIa was
I I 1'heard" all my life Mla sent to finishing achool in New
"II""'' I l'ir w. daughter of Mtureenbulitvui York.
'' .' See how easily It Mia de<'lded she wanted to
rty ''lip.>! ">ff the tongue 1'",. never set She had no background for
e i">'ti\ able to escape It." acting beyond what heredity
w She *pte not In anger, but may have provided, yet she ap.
win i the quiet Impatience of an plied among scores at others to
M-M-ai-old I who Is snxiou to replace a 27.year.old: actres In I I
t'st.ii'lish her own Identity She an .Broadway production at I
at wa intrigued that the noted "Tbe Importance of Being
Higitxh: actor, John Mills, la now Barneet" Mia admit that It
refer ed to by some writer* a* was absurd for her it 17 to try
the 1 father o( Hayter Mills. for a position with an all.Eng.
Jb It in I iHillreb possible that llih rast She was selected
1'0111111"11 OVulllvan may sate Her performance attractedthe
t t U identified a* "the mother ofMu Interest of 2Qh renlury.Fo,
e arrow" despite theluctre which tested and signed her
<>( her own acting career In the She was a hurried replacement
5' S .,. short space ot a yr, blonde for Mrs. Peter Sellers In "The
Billowy Mia bee become an .c. 01al Batasi," which was
} ? urns of great promise and a made In England. Then she re.
r personality who can cause" an turned to her home town to be.
international flurry. come one of the Mar. In the sue.
She u the third of seven chll.lrt cessful ABC television. series,
CkgNC# < >n born to the late film "Peyton Plain"
director John Farrow and Mtu.ren .

Shenanigans an Ingenious 3-D recreation of carnival adtrntures typifies the trend to faitpaced oVulllvan, who won earlyfame Named For Him
New Inspiration for the young coiffure artist Is provided by a series of Continental as June to Johnny Wats.mulier's .
action games. Players compete in any races and contests (left I ). For the preschooler Coquettes whose rooted hair ran be contrived Into I wide range of st>les. Costumes are Tarun Despite the The Plain of Abraham, site
Lego plastic blocks In essyto-grasp size (right) snap together to build skyscrapers, planes keyed to couture elegance ( ) Popplns, one of the most beloved nannies In chi!. large family, MU developed her of a notable battle tUecnBritish
and trains. They are washable durable and safe as a holiday riCt.I dren\i literature, has been reproduce as a doll (right) This foot tall Jointed vinyl doll, own individuality by drifting and French near
Inspired by the new Walt Disney movie, was sculptured to resemble Julie Andrews as she into a world of her own. Quebec City. Canada. were
I by Helen Hrnnessy, Newspaper Eni t pm r' .4ssn portrays the title role In the Aim. A dreamer such as Mil might named for Abraham Martina
hive difficulty with school, and pilot for boats operating on
NEW YORK (N E A 1-) own modern monorail Mary's Then there Is the fantastic *tie did She admits hating the the SI LlaWrt'm't'RI\'r who
Remember those Christmas doll will be a career girl, set group of Wishnik trolls fun and nonsense category 1 1a II I Prlve Carefully And I.h.aaa cll i'ipiine of class** and claim onto owned part of I lie urns
mornings of yesteryear up in her own fiberboard efficiency with wildly streaming hair contingent of brain game. Mariner Rocket
apartment and that u ho bow in this yule as Mavcrnik Alumni Fun. the most chat,
Ten-year-old Johnny sat en. In :a :.aa:l :aa.aaaexex.a.aa.a :aa.l
cowboys, Ughnik
big rubber ball ma bea In
> lenging poses questions
raptured at the transformerof Through Meteor
dians and Sluggernik ballplayers \
time bomb that's
train set. clicking the areas of art science and

Young his Mary electric wheeled her doll tossed"boom1"There back!and forth until it But .there's some comfortfor literature. Stream Unharmed \ HOME FOR CHRISTMAS? j jat
to sleep in its buggy. And the goes the nostalgic this year, Toyland has grown wit! I
younger kids played with a are toy computersand the 50th anniversary of Raggedy the times and Christina I PASADENA Cent (AP) I
rubber ball. rocket ships that really Ann and Andy The morning will bring an arrayof ; U.S spacecraft Mariner 4 his
work and miniature refinements the raced unscathed through the fireplace i chimney for Santa) 3 bedrooms, CBS jjjjl
delights new crop \
Today, a jaunt through Is back bigger and better I I $12,500 1
Toyland '64 will convince you of millionaire Kale pair than ever. of potential engineers, career thick** pert of the nut of three : i Central Ave. S blocks from beach. $2200 cash K:
living, sure to fascinate arch- and meteor stream It must cross on
girls spacemen will handle
that Victor Herbert's "dear eologists of the futureIn A significant new trend in its 7i/.month Journey to take
little boy and girl land" has games is emphasis on lighthearted television pictures of Mars.
the world of dolls Con | $39,950 "Waterfront CBS. 4 bedroom 3 bath Swimming Pool. *
changed considerably. For action, keyed to The meteor stream art greet ,
tinental Coquettes, sophisti-!
toy designers have kept pace cates of the doll world strollIn laughs, planned to release Council Agenda bands of dust-like mlcrometeor I I i Royal Harbor (Owner will iwap.) jj
ales hundreds of million of
breathtaking advances from the tensionsof
with the youngsters
formal ball gowns. Their homework. The agenda for Wednesday's miles long. When earth passes Kq
in science. hairdos sleek $5,900 51 mall coiy. 2 bedroom. Close In. A little cleaning
towering or 9 of Councils through one of the streams the I
This Christmas, 10-year-old Parisian coiffures can be set But contrasting with thee ajn. meeting City mole of cosmic matter burn In & paint, would mad It an eicellent winter home
Johnny will be building his by their young owners the atmosphere as shouting I
l-Call to order and Invoca
tion. stars 'S I $24,000 1 jqyln, Sands beauty. CBS, 3 bedroom 2 bath with
Scientist at ru. llnl' Jet I
2-Readlng of minutes of previous Propulsion Laboratory, who are vimmlng", pool. t<

meeting. guiding the unmanned probe'a I
SHReportsi Interplanetary voyage, said 'Sj | $14,500 | North of High School. 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS. 1SOO 1 K

n aaa f' a. Zoning Board of Appealsi Mariner pasted through the I IC'|uare feel living area
'..tf w'' Appeal No. 119 from Mn.EIIIe densest part of the Oem Intd

Upham. 261 Aqua Court Na- Stream Friday afternoon with I $24,500 DI owntown on a lake 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS. i7sar
plea Florida, re addition of no dunes reported.

atelier to main residence. None speck wa sometimes expected lurk But In larg.the I I.r N Catholic Church Beach fc Pi.,. 2 bedroom ULam .

t Board b. Zoning and Planning meteor streams, and If Mariner I $9,500BILL f *. Pine floors -7
Collides with anything chancesare
I 1. Review of final plat of it would be In crossing the
Dawnwood Heights Subdivision! strums, *
owners B.?. Adams II will be through the Orolnld LCM)) ACH REALTOR\
2. Review application from stream entirely by Sunday Dec.
g Y .. LUlls I.Williams,d/b/a.Green It-Zt It will cross the Ursld
1' It y l : Top Restaurant for dry license Ilr.am. and March 5.25 U pat*. k Ave So. Phone) MI 24151 K
(Beverage) at 115 12th Street' II through the stream astro
nomer know as TWtl..GlscdI.M WATEI IFRONT! SPECIALIST"irora
Iet North Type Beer & Wine. .Krask.Mar1Mr.
Pkg.Sale & C.D.P.J Zones, "K- mile I...
a" Light Industrial District auk was.a..m..a.uu.1,411,164 '. t:- __V't'1Gr1GrYfi1a Y:t:.v-l- -Pit- Jr.-- t x Jr..rr.;- -i .rr.;- 12t-irJ- -r..r; l\
C. Sign Commute
d. City manager-progress
on city construction project.
e. Recreation Board.

clan ft (Chamber Advertising of Commerce and promo-). Golden Gate You don't

r wWINTER 4-Old 5-New buslnessi business None. Help Play 18holes

a. Seawall permits.
b. Sign permits
e. Lease agreement for off Country Club
street pecking Lots 22 thru have to
29. Block IS. Tier 9,

IN RUSSIANews from the Russian fashion world tan be summarized In one d.AdJoum.Correspondence.. celebrateGrand ofgolffrea

word: sophistication. This group of wintry sports costumes was presented by the Lvov _
Planning and Designing Institute in Lvov a utin the western Ukraine Photo is froman CALL NEWS becomemonth.

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48 COUIEft COUNTY NEWS,, Naples, H... SmJ.y, D* *mk.r 1 II, II I Ifj

''' '< { '- A New Crop of Gifts for Gals of Any Ageby

!>,,;i; {: "
< "i f':.,f" Helen Hennessy
),' i, J:. ,..If('i<'/<', Newspaper Enterprise Assn b

New York-(NBAI--Poets
speak lyrically of roasting

:'t'' chestnuts and gaily' decked a
halls as harbingers of Christ
w J"'
mas. The rest of us have other
f / ways of telling thai \nletide +' Ale

i approaches
Feet ache, confusion becomes
a way of. life and the Nw. Jt y
merry sound of Jingle Bells" w,
t S
sends us running for the as x
pirin bottle
''r1..MIt" Shopping for the fair sex

\ ; '../ '\ for is an there especially is a baffling taxing: ihon-mini ) I::1

ber of items to choose I innii r / _
:1t in every price range :So l fir< s % W '
: puzzled husbands, bus\ mothers T m 'a xM

ardent swains and the y
!'M 1 gals who must fill the Ilff>((]> f'
grab bag, here are song >rt
vance pointers about what
you'll find in the store r"
J 1 rr,
'"' f, wf For any gal on > i 1,1' a J A
)/! gift of beauty is always ttCl>!!. T !
come. Perfume, in the large r ( d VV'm '
size for her dressing table or I ,( 'I'
in a pretty purse atomizer is
a good choice *
The Ingenious man will k
find out her brand and v( ''nt
preference. But if this un't
be done, ask the salesgirl/: to
let you have a whiff of a few
different kinds. When she iii.dL4frWhether '
yPANTALOONACY hits on one YOU like buy it
for your lady fair. Tell her
you would be pleased If she
would wear it Just for you.It's she's II or 60, shell appreciate a gift for the bath
Crystal mist brown mink
and shoulder wrap (lower left). The gal who loves fine Jewelry
bound to be
dinting la
a success
powder i gay holiday package ( left Is
upper ) lore to make will enjoy something different and elegant. Swiss watches take
with that approach.For .a hit at Christmas. The return of the on a new
stocking for large leather bag (upper center) high style this year This one (lower center) Is a mesh plume, edged with
( )' For spring and summer 65 it will be or afternoon dates opens up a wide of gifts for that special diamonds.
the saucy look Ruth Dumer, left, wears dress with match other small gifts there are lady on your list If this Is the year In which mom finally gets her French A fragrant Idea to please girls of all ages Is a gift of real
ing pantaloons, both of brown, pink and coffee. Lyn Rimmer pretty nylon net caps for coy desired little far, she may delight In this Autumn Hue Embi, natural long holiday perfume parties. In a pretty atomizer (right). It will give I gala lift to ill
models a daisy print cocktail dress In sage and pink with ering hair rollers, bath brushes .
white pantaloons and bath toiletries. And fora fruit shades, but taste like Is a tip for the gentlemen- I + ? ; y
grab bag, you can stir up the fruit they're named for. shoulder bags are big fashionItem.
some fun with the new lip A good leather purse is another this season. '
I loooopoooooooooooooooooooooeooGreen sticks that not only come In sure-fire hit And here The newest designs in both g'a Ar't :
costume and fine Jewelry take ,
the form of reptile pins and wr
A Holiday bracelets,, copies of antique

ae hs' Hootenanny jewelry earrings and for swinging discotheque drop '

dancing.A :
word to the man who decides L .e
this is the year to fulfill a., f_
And Red Are, Of Course, The PrevailingHues mom's desire for a small a
These Days, But We Have Other Colorful fur. Either let her choose her

Arrangements In The Form Of Modern, Well own reliable or make furrier sure we're you go near.to a i +el t 1' ,

Designed Homes And Apartments That Will Add 4 ly all neophytes In the animal

To The Joys Of Your Holiday Season, For Ex be kingdom bilked.and it's so easy to

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Miller And His Jolly Associates, Who Bring Holi- :* War weary, but they'll cope. A ..... ,
1 day Cheer In Helping You Solve Your Real Estate 1K man turned loose among feminine
Problems + ,t frippery is, indeed, '
wildered. He would be a .:,
to attack the problem by "
COMPLETELY FURNISHED APARTMENT In lounging in a comfortable .X h :f' I
the rocprrallvc Lno-Mir Club on Gulf Short Boule chair equipped with pad and l
yard Firing a waterway, the apartment hu ont bedroom pencil and a copy of the local 1 r
and one and one half bathe. It I I. luxuriously newspaper to ahow him what all I
carpeted' and cffrn reverse cycle hating; and air con. the stores offer
ditlonln..n.lI.n blind In the living room, a screened I Thus armed, he may preserve
porch Jaloualed on lh. south aide, and a YYeillnfliouM enough of the Christmas .
dishwasher, refrigerator and washer dryer, (17,500, L4iWhat's spirit to add a strong ks A
baritone to the
and monthly maintenance I.1 158.00, payable eeml. II of "Silent family's Night." rendition t .
annually. Shown by appointment only
Christmas without a Hootenanny If there's a teenager For the little lady who lItil a place
HANDSOME, FULLY FURNISHED HOME on In the house? Consider giving your young folkslnger There is a conjunction of do the trlet. Pak'nit cotton sleepers on(left everyone'l) lD Christmas list, nighttime fashions will
llanyan Boulevard which contains just about everything a gutter for Christmas. Guitars now rank first among all the planets Jupiter and Saturn cent, a boon to mother, &00. Pullover sleeper In candy the cane design shrink less thin 1 per
musical Instruments In every 20 years, and solids and Is same fabric (right) interplays stripes
you could ark for. It haa a lovely altuitlon on popularity edged with ruffles.
a lake overlooking a golf court. There are thrftrlieable
bedrooms, thru baths, a large living and dinIng .
room ('cmbln.Uold.n, fully equipped electric Church CollegeAid tax support of religious functions
klt'hC'Ikin! lard Florida room and a two car car and violate both the federal .
port Tht owner has invested about "'.000 In extra and Maryland constitutions.
Improvement. (12,300; buyer to arrange his own Case Goes During the 10 days of the
financing. trial, lawyers for the plaintiffs
Over To Dec. 22 Introduced masses of evidence
9 YOU'LL FIND PLENTY': FOIL THE MONEY In i attempting to demonstrate that
the three bedroom, two bath CBS house on Sandpiper .ndn ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) the colleges are related to religious .
Street In The landmark case in which the interests
popular Oyster Hay. It offers a paneled living
constitutionality of state Defense to
aid to lawyers tried
roam, paneling on on. wall of the Florida room
church-ainilated colleges la prove that the education provided
around a wood burning flreplac, an all-electric kitchen, being
challenged has
r been ad. by the Institutions is much
built-in grill In Ih. Florida room and other atlractlv Journed until Dec. 22 after two the earns u that given by public
feat urn. Twenty feet on a canal are reservedfor weeks of hearings. liberal arts college
your boat $18,500, and ran be bought for a cash iREFr.ms Defense lawyers completed Attorneys for both sides are
outlay of teas than IS.500. presentation Friday of evidence scheduled to give their final ar.
about the four colleges for vments on the evidence at the
which the Maryland Legislature Dec. 22 session. Arguments on
IT'S AD MILLER FOR THE BEST BUYS approved matching construction: the constitutional question will
funds of $2.5 million In 1962 not be
and held until after the first
TWO BEDROOM HOME on Marro Lake Drive In FULL-BRANCHED "83. of the year.
Marco Highland on Marco Irland, notch Completely The suit being heard by Judge The decision undoubtedly will
furnished, the CHS residence with I built-up marble a Bowl Duckett In Anne Arun. be appealed to the Maryland
roof also contain a living and dining room combination ARRIVING SUNDAY A.M.l1lUJ7 I8J. del County Circuit Court con. Court of Appeals and eventually
a large porch, generous clone apace, an electrically tends that the grants amount to to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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17.78 month, and the monthly
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maintenance change la 12(1.00.( Priced at 111.500. and
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I I.iER I COUNTY NEWS, N.pl., Fl. Sunday D.comber IJ, '.64 51

College Chances For Youth

Jap Housewives Worry

Without Money Vary Widely I

j. About Prices Going Up
hool Twenty of the original SB
chance dOM a high grad. nave These figures tell the storIn \: Q .

cafe have tor colle.1I hia I It adopted>' la the some past degree five of setectlv. 1961, there were 71,1 n students miao (AP) Mot loot -*. Whatever the reason, the pay

grades are only average and IM I The two ........veers.are foundon from New Jersey attendIng I'r Lisaku Sat n was Installed. asI envelope doesnt stretch quite
dossal have much money? ends college In other states. Call I I"i UUP minister last month a as far as before.
opposite of
Excellent -If he lava in Call,, the contl.nenti fornla, with a total population !RI nip of( hiuaewives called on During October, the latest

foraia, Kansas or South Dakota.> California otters free or low 2.5". times that of New Jl'fW.xpoWd" \ bun' .nd I *.,|UH| an embarrassing month with complete figures,
Fair if he live* In Mary cost higher education to only 33,022 college cjlli-Ml 1 an i\: raw fish prices went up 1.7 per
land, Iowa or Ohio. am students. im It that you can think cent, dried seaweed 44 per
graduate of California
Virtually nonexistent$ U he) school. The state high The 22 institutions which sand t 'r f alsliig salaries of Diet cent, green tea and bean paste
live in New Jersey or !>eM.yl. they still admit all graduates of PI lunient members when
the state
Tin la. university system are high schools within the state are "'I' hvn yet slopped prices t.a per cent AU are Important
highly but
selective anyone the Universities of Arkansas, I II "m ?"
Around the rest of the coun. riling items on the Japanese dinner
ailing to gain admission there
try the situation varies from.late > Kansas, Kentucky Minnesota, sat,' later confessed he found table.
can start at one of the state's 73i
to state. Public Institutions i tultlon.free Nebraska North DakotA, IK lit\c al nppooents easier to The consumer price index at
Junior colleges and
hays long fought to keep higher work toward eventual transfer Wyoming and South Dakota, deal with than the housewives the end of November was 4.!5
education available to all. For'to plus Arkansas AM&N Kansas Citing I' from growing con per cent higher. than at the end
a public four-year institution.
some it's a losing battle. Tuition and fees In the unlversl. Slate, Kent State (Ohio), i ou ii. plaint he was right. of list year.
The opportunity for lowest ana State, Miami (Ohio), Ohio Indignant over price in.L Unleee an answer is found
: ty from to
system range $171
higher education has become>, $224 a year. University, Ohio State Unlversl.ty reams, housewives have taken Sato may espeot more visits
very much a matter of Montana State College, Mon. ti> the streets to stage protest from housewives' groups and
geogra.phy. New Jersey's public colleges,
tana State University New ,
This Is .1..monatraUon. They say the more embarrassing questions.
particularly true for 1 on the other hand, turn away
Mexico State North
high school graduates with Dakota 1'1 olden is simply that the hue.
only thousands of qualified applicants
Sate South Dakota State Ten.
average or below band's pay check Is nut keeping
average each year Including some nessee Air, and Texas Tech panwith roetaTM .
grades. honor studnnts. Rutgers, the.tat.'s County AgendaThe
v "
k time last ,
year saysMrs
Atthougn some public collegesand only public university, Is ulnq
There are other public Institu. Lhleko Tanaka wife of a
universities still admit all agenda for Tuesday'smeetiaf
u selective u most private ,
applicants from within the prestige institutions. Tuition and teas, in thin category which el. government clerk, "I paid I yen of the County Oommls.
ther do not belong to the uso. : 2 centston a kilogram oftiakusal
state, regardless of their scho. fees are $!lOG a year second lout
elation or did not respond to the
lastlc records, the number is only in state untversltes to Chinese cabbage 8 80 a.m...Approval of board
survey. Now the grocer charges me al. minutes.MS .
shrinking steadily.As Pennsylvania State's $525 a
a matter of record few stu. year. The University of Nebraskasaid most four times thai amount." e.ra.-Report of county
dents with really poor high that although it maintainsan As housekeeper la a family of engineer.
school grades even try to go to open-door policy It tries to four with an Income of a little riO a.m...Publfa hearing, relocation .
college. And, If they are admit. dissuade the obvious poor risks. over $100 a month Mrs Tanaka of drainage canal....
ted they must hold their ownwith Christine Finds Ohio University Ohio State, Mi. must watch her budget careful mat, Oolton Gate.
students much better ami (Ohio) and Kent State do Iv Inexpensive Hakisai Is a 10(00 ..ID... Report of county
prepared. Almost half th. enter. Missing PetDeadPORT the same, and ask the risky stu. popular Item In the average health and welfare

lag freshmen In state unlversl. dent to enter in spring or sum. household 10iW a.m...puolc ....rlnl,n.
ties graduated In the upper one. HURON, Mich. (AP) mer Instead of fall. Minnesota Her grocer argues "What eating certain side yard ease.
quarter of their high school Christine Amluxen reports sadly noted that Us take-'em-all policy can 1 do, with wholesale pricesthe ments. Brookslde Subdivision.
class. that she's found her missing boa applies only to its general col. way they are?" Public 'Hearing, vacating por
However those Institutions constrictor.The legal; other colleges on the cam. .l '4J The wholesaler blames the lion of Trafford Ave,Newmarket
maintaining an open-door policy 18.year.cld student at pus are quite selective. farmer, who blames wifavora Subdivision.lllOO .
Port Huron Junior College re tile weather, a labor shortageand ..
believe the opportunity for high.er Institutions which said they a.m. Opening of ,
education should be availableto ported her pet 4-foot boa con. have to raise the admls. Increased fertiliser costs. 1500 ,.,. bituminous asphalt dls.
all. stricter missing two weeks ago. slon barriers since 19B9! are the Y M Bom economists trace the ,tributor.
A of member Institutions She had been keeping It In her upward price spiral to I960 UiJO a.m, -Public hearing
survey ,
Universities of Alabama, Alas. SHOWINGOLCANO'S RESTILSSNESU.-n a volcano U restless, It produce hat when former Prime Minister
of the National Association apartment ka Arizona Idaho Maryland detection the of Interiors Geological Sur change in coning. FFIn.I.AlJpmve Whldden
of the Using an aerial Infrared s\stem! Department! Hiyato Ikeda Introduced a pro. Park,
of State Universities The manager apart. and Miller Subdivisions,
and Land Mississippi N.vada. New Mexl.co able to these hot Infrared at top were obtainedfor
ment asked Miss Am. vey has been study \0 'amc spots images !Tram to double the national In.
Grant Colleges showed this deft. luxen to move.She Oklahoma, Tennessee and an aerial survey of Kllauei \I kano in Hawaii It shows the intricate pattern of nite trend moved out and althoughshe Wisconsin plus Arizona State, heat.. Photo below shows name scene taken by normal amcra: Kalauea'i caldera or an unprecedented spending
Of 86 ,
the Institutions
re. didn't realize It her snake Auburn, Clemson, Colorado mouth, approximately two and one halt miles arrow. contain llalemaumau pit (IA),, spree to expand production fa.
spending originally admittedall went with her. She found It dead State, Florida Mate, Fort Valley legendary!' home of the goddess lit t tire and Kilnura Iki or little Kil.iui: 't'I< U10) .. That led ti> labor ah or.lagee i
comers from within the t"1
Thursday coiled around th. (Ca., ) State College, Iowa State, active eruption of 1960 la shown at loft of Kilaim lk> d"l > Kesldcnial ana' and th' which helped push up LICENSE
22 still ,
statebut only do and
Oklahoma State and Alcorn also shown (18'< and prices, the ecino.' DURING YOUR
0 of those 22 have reservations. tubes of her record player. A4M in Mississippi national park headquarters are wages '
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A Visit In RomeROME I a
By HA/EL ABRAHAMSON ?n ,,161ip4 hll ,Iltl'' .

(AP) Congo Premier I
ORNER I Molse Tsbombe Saturday ?
Ifi wound up a Rome visit marked t
by wild Communist deuonetra.tions. '
i'G I N I, it I II
) He thanked Italian police I f'' Lbl'I
for protecting him "at the risk ''I,
of their U ve." and said he would I I a III V
BROOHUDB: BOWL for a high 564 to lead the scoring fly home via Munich I i 4 it r .w
Moon MulUns bowling with for the night, and sister Cheta T shorn be held a farewell news I
Moon's Masonry U the Thursday Salmon came In with a 200.514. 'I conference at his hotel as Italy's I
night Twin County League has Luffs Realty moved Into second police, tested by three days oi f I ,Y III" Y ,
been hitting high 500 sets place behind John's as they took Red rallies and rightist eowter.
but missing his 600. Thurs.reCUoJarl four from Furniture Fair' Hate ttfQ demonstrations, put the Rome I nmuurui tll
day night proved to be ''the'' Abrahamson was high for Luff's airport under extremely heavyguard. I
night and Moon cam in with with a 482, and Edna Simpson hit .
games of 199, 203 and JOS for a a 483 for the losers. Food Bank Scores of polio were sta
nice 608. His team went on to made It three over Jerry's Clean tioned inside and outside the
win four from Bert's Standard ers as Eva Hague leored a UO lit airport terminal building and
I I ad Bud Mohrbacher rolled a nice and Rose Morrison rolled a 182 along Its runways It was the
,I 220 game and a MO series and 459, and Ginny Pantpinto with a biggest concentration of police ui I
Gene Mann 177 tallied a 484 for the losers. at the seaside airport since It
scored 809
a usinga i I. I Ii
Chris Hatcher with 20&462 li I
a In 1960
191 game. Bert's had Al Iver. opened even bigger
I son high with a 497 The league starred for Tropics Drive-In as than the security guard are
leading Fager Roof Coating team they split with CorWIn Shells as ranged for such travelers as IIp1
Nena Ellis with of 152 Paul VI and the late Prts. i IIIJ I '
took all four from the Fire Dept. games Pope Pj li I
and 150 was high Ident John F. I ? p Y III? I Plui1
to stay on top as Bob Manley "_:;.;';...:.. Kennedy. m moll !
PINE: LANES Tshombe was booked on a
rolled a 197 game and a 529 .
series, and John Shutt hit a 523 Everett Baldwin rolled the high -..... .... German airliner to Munich. II
with a high 211 game Ralph series of the Thursday night He told his news conference i q / IIuI ''d i iI I Ii'
McKlrlhan started bowling his Trail Bowlers but his team went W ........ "We are going now to Munich, t(
last game and tossed a nice 230 down to a two point loss to .. .. '" and from there we shall returnto i'
good for a 552 as Naples Floor King Insurance. Everett rolled our country."
Covering made It four over Bl games of 201, 208: and 180 for a ,..... ,. There was no mention of his d
bee's Market as Earl Campbellwas 589 set, and Charlie Celts witha going to Bonn although the Ger. [
high with a BOO on the nose. 191.504 and Burt Walworth a A ;.." man Foreign Ministry said Fri. ,'" ,W I I I,, n .".
Lanes 5 and Shad six five hun. 215.535 led the winning team. .. day night he would visit the
dred series rolled as Rice's Pine Lanes led by Gene Tessler West German capital Tuesday FARM IN THE CITThe snap of winter Is in the air and, down on the farm It Is
Clippers took three from Sun who shot a 210 and a 559 won all HAVING A BALL-Norma Lake, a former fashion model Tshombe arrived here Thurs. serene But this particular farm U in Chicago The Lincoln Park Zoo recently unveiled
shine Hardware. Buck Perry" hit three from Shannon Supply. As. from Dallas, Tex looks. though she is doing an old.fash. day to see Pope Paul VI and several authentic barns filled with farm animals-just to give city children a glimpseof
i a 215-559, Charlie Rice 226.551, listing In the winning cause were toned ballroom dance as she applies body. and hand.English said he was on his way to the farm life The farm area Is so real that this photo could have been taken anywherein
i : RoWe Rice a 531 without a 200. Joe Haslup who hit a 215 and to her delivery in a bowling tournament. United Nations in New York. the Midwest
509, and Dick Busceml who turn. Friday he canceled the trip to
; and Bud Hogue a 127 for the win ------
nets, and Arvil Holland turned ed In a 513 series Pete Whld. turning in a 587 with a 215 game, New York.
4 In a 218.565 and Carroll Arnolda den scored a 194532 In the los Red Lord scoring a 588 with Recreation At his news conference he At 12:10 p.m. the four.foot-
212.554 for the losing Sunshine Ing effort. TamlamI Tire had 208: and 202 games, Al Hajek said he had decided "the Congo Push Search For Exile long bazooka which fires an
boys The Brookslde tiresome Jim LuleJlan tossing a 184 u using a 224 game for a 562, lese government could make 18. Inch.long rocket containing
made It three over the last place they won two from Schmidt Real. P. Swotford wothout a 200 came CalendarSUNDAY known Its views effectively high explosives sent Its mis.
Gulf Coast Motors with Paul tor with Paul Schmidt high witha In with a 553 set, Glenn Lilts through Its representatives site whistling across the river.
Wickham starring as he turned in 513. Red Lord rolled a 183 a 574 with games of 211 and there." He said he therefore felt Police said It had a range of 900
a 204 game good tor a S36 set, single and Monty King a 186 as 202, D. J. Salmon games of 205 2:00 p.m..Naples Tennis Club. he was not needed In New York. Who Tried To Bomb UNNEW yards about the distance to
while the best the losers could do Crayton Cove Laundry made It to reach a 573, Stu Cunningham Gambler Park. Angry Communist demon. the building.
was a 200.516: by Wayne Graham. tow to one over Furniture Fair, a 203.560, Bud Hall a 578 usinga strators protested his presencein YORK (AP) Police the Russian flagpole, sending R was the second time an ex.
+ + + and Hatcher Construction and 239 game, Nell Van Wyk a MONDAY Italy, where he had come for pushed a massive hunt among the Soviet emblem falling to the plosive device had been directed
Lanes 7 and 8 proved to be the Reahard Service split !'/& to l'/i 200 and S74, Ev Baldwin 204, I jOO p.m.-Senlor Citizens Club economic aid, and an audience the city's many Cuban exile ground. The two were arrested. at the United Nations On July
hot ones In the Palmetto League as Jack Hatcher rolled a 529 554, Gus Seaberg 201.537, Bob Meetlng.Woman'a Club. with Pope Paul VL groups Saturday in hopes of turn. The bazooka was found on a 22, 1948, a light plane dropped a
Thursday night when five 1100"1''. for the Hatcher flvesome. Steele Jr. 200 and 502, Don 2:00 p.m.-Senlor Citizens Shuf. Leftist students burned him In log up the persons responsiblefor Queens pier, a paper Cuban flag homemade bomb on U.N. head
lea were rolled by thetwoteams, + + + Elgie 205.512, and Ted Land fleboard.Cambler Park. effigy on the outskirts of Rome firing a bazooka shell at the pasted on It. The shell was quarters, then at Lake Success,
Kay Ray Lighting who lost all four Jack Hatcher really blasted 225522. Hatcher Construction 4:00 p.m..Boys Athletic Club. and antl.Tshombe demonstra. United Nations Building lobbed about 850 yards before It Long Island, but It exploded
to John's Clothing John's had the maples in the Nick's Lie took all four from Richard's Community Center building tions were also staged In Bologna The shot fell short of Its mark fell Into the water about 100 harmlessly about 100 feet above
Mary Armbrust with games of quor Classic League as he shot Rooflng.Central Cities Service 7:30 p.m..Writers Group-Com. Leghorn, Pisa, and Regglo and exploded harmlessly In the yards from the Manhattan shore the structure. The pilot, when
185, 171 and 198 and a 554, Jo games of 247, 237 and 197 for made it four over Fuller Indus. munlty Center building Emilia. East River Friday and the U.N. Building arrested, termed the bombing a
i Wickham rolling two 189 games a great big 681 series, and Carl tries, First National Bank won Leftist and rightist\ members The FBI assigned a sizable The blast sent up a IS.foot peace demonstration.
and a 538, and Shirley Johnson Armbrust turned in the other 600 I three and lost one to Blgley's TUESDAY of the Italian Chamber of Deputies force to the case. The Central geyser witnessed by some UJ.
registering a 511 using games of set, a 626 using games of 193, 'T.V", Pitt man's took three from 9:30 a.m..Ladlesrennl.Class. nearly came to blows Fri. Intelligence Agency and the In. observers In the building and by Nickel constitutes about 10
179 and 182. Dale Sills of the 218 and 213. In addition to the two Robin's Dodge, and Jones Radio Gambler Park. day night In a dispute over telllgence services of the Army, boatmen on the river. per cent of the metals con.
losing flvesome hit two nice 190 6008 rolled 22 nice 500 ser ;and T V. and B and B Builders 1:00 p.m..Senior CItizen.bowl. Tshombe's visit and only the Navy and Air Force also re. The General Assembly ses.slon sumed annually in the mint.
games and a third game of 184 lei were rolled, Harold Chaffer !I split two and two Ing.Brcokslde Bowl. Intervention of ushers headed portedly were in on the hunt. which Guevara had been ing of coins,
4:00 p.m..Junior Recreation off a free-swinging brawl. Police Commissioner MichaelJ. addressing at the time, went on ,
Board meetlng-Community Cen. A Neapolitan girl' student Murphy assured Mayor Rob. undisturbed by the muffled roar
t*r building hurled rotten eggs at the Congo ert F. Wagner of an "Intense outside.
lese premier as he visited the police department Investigationto In Miami, a Cuban exile
WEDNESDAY italian industry ministry on the seek out and apprehend the source who declined use of Ms
ItOO p.m.-fienlor Citizens shuf. Via Veneto. Police reinforce perpetrators." The mayor re. name said the bazooka firing
fleboard'Cambler Park. meets were on riot alert layed the promise to Adlai Ste. was the work of an antl.Castro ?
4:00 p.m.Junlor Girl Scout throughout the city.A venson, V.S ambassador at the group called "the Black Front."
Troop-Communlty Center build. member of his party said He said he was a member of the
SEASONAL RENTALS in,. Tshombe canceled the U.N. visitors U.N.The bazooka firing, which group, that the shot was dl.
4:00 p.m.-Boys Athletic Club. the advice of Congolese dip. may have been the work of rected at Guevara and was "a
Community Center building lomats in major capitals who antl-Castroltes, came as a Cu. Christmas present to the en.
Cambler Park. feared his presence might hurt ban minister was addressing slaved Cuban people"
the cause of the Congo by an. delegates Inside the U.N. Build. Guevara, minister of Industryand
THURSDAY gerlng other African delegates Ing. No. 2 man on the Commu. gr
8:30 am.-Senlor Citizens golf. An Instant later, from a crowdof slat Island ruled by Fidel Cas.
Palm River Golf Course. Relax 'N Snack some 50 antl-Castro pickets In tro, strolled later through the
4:00 P.m..youth Tennis class. front of the U.N., a woman delegates' lounge wearing his (. =
REALTOR Cambler Park. Ready To Open brandishing a hunting knife green fatigue uniform with polished -- :: j
JOHN WOOD 7:00 p.nWaybees meeting. Charles Frechette, new owner sprang toward the building, !boots. :J---OOJ: ,
1/1 Community Center' building. of Relax 'N Snack Restauranton bent on assassinating the Cuban Police and U.N. guards had '
7:30 p.m..Tired Business Mess the Trail at North Naples, minister, Ernesto Guevara. She begun searching the midtown ,
Tennis Assoc.-Cambler Park. announces that he will be was subdued by police world organisation headquarters .
before dawn after a 6t43
Chuck Walter John for business on Monday, Decem. Guevara reacted coolly when
Grimm Jessup Neil White Vaughn FRIDAY bet' 14th. he learned he had been her tar.' a.m. FBI tip of some planned FOR POWER TO SPARE
9:30 s.m..Ladles tennis class. get. He said he her "bomb activity"
Solet Mgr The Relax 'N Snack, formerlythe forgave SEE THIS V-6 PERFORMI
At 10:37 a man with a !
Cambler Park Smoke House Restauranthas adding! "It Is better to be am.,
630 Fjfth Ave., So Ph. MI 2-5359 accent phoned police
: I reopened the smokehouse and killed by a woman with a knife Spanish 'IMMIDIATK DILIVfftVI
Building ot Mormon local fishermen are welcomeonce I than by a man with a gun" "1 have put a bomb In front of $2,048
Temple In Salt Lake City, again to bring their catchto Four hours after the bazooka the U.N. Building Keep people
Utah, required 40 years, from be custom smoked, Frechetteaid. 'shot, two men broke from the away between 11:30 am. and Hut, Ides! tea tut Tag
1853 to 1893. I picket line and cut the rope on 12:30 p.m. tong live Cubal"I



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ant way rill II.. (nnlrolM their xcheilule Jamie Reek ..h. wa. ese

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not take advantage of It! see disease s4 all trial.
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and enclosed single garage ...T fMkb ,kyiMMeraiUkb.

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Naples Is Bustling With Christmas .

Shop&Save With These Merchants In Their Businesses!

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If you've got some "dificult to buy for" man on your list. take a

tip from old Santa and see the selections of gift suggestions at Shepards -r

You'll find handsome gifts for the office ns well an stunning Rift foitho !

t homo unusual gifts that you'll be proud to say you selected

Seen above arc Mr. Fred M. Shepard and Mr. Stephen A. Shepard '

720 Fifth Avenue, South, Shepard's Office Suppliers and Stationer t. ::
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The staff of Naples' newest 'ashmn shop greet
'w im uith hnlldu 8111ilr'* ufl thi" 1 Id .1 rciniiulri, ot)
lw their unique in1" i edit yard i I 11)(' .+lount plan
The Cotton Shop, at 7oj Fifth A\enm-. South has
just held its opening/ and is "I'ady for ('hrtstmasshoppers.
If you hold A credit card from any nationally -
''i recognized company., you Automatically here left to right are Lea Whltaker Sr Realtor and two of his

have a charge account at the Cotton Shop. They associates. t lift Turko, md I Lea Whltaker Jr Not shown are Rica" !
honor 180 credit cards, and Mill be delighted to
open an account for your personal use. Just bring SchrimshiM und lo Henrv ) All comprise( the staff of Caribbean

in your credit card. Realty, one of Naples' oldest and finest. Caribbean has just moved to

new and expanded quarters 300 feet north of their original location
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Caribbean Realty dealt In Ilpn."II't.1 estate and has n fine reputation

for fair dealing Among the other types of real estate Caribbean Isninnftttlnj
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_r'itA are the sales of Sorrento Gardens and Big Cypress Golf
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',II, to Nn ph\ 'i acne. is the\: Don-Stuart Studio for the hums +in the, Pit "t Pnl I it1 ;#
badilly Arcade, under the direction of Mr Don Ennis and MI+ Stuart ,
"li""Id/'l'> / + i "i, "I Il) known in the Southwest Florida nr, a all 1rigners" ?
,'11 Iv "" ,rDon< and Stu. looking over ample ,ni I fabin i u inch will) p'' .IY I
b< used in' oni, ,of) the model apartments they're dl.'lrahnlVht'thl'l: 4 rr
.'()lI't'I in the market) for a single piece of furniture or entire home full
!you're invited to oomc: in and let them help vou with your decorating:
,, Don-Stuart. Im located in the Piccadilly Arcade at 615! Fifth A\ ,. SoChriatmaJ d

The look of II' "'ivns an one waicitthrough
bucv itor, t T1 NFW Ih.t, graph<> 1n
snapped thw plrtur< "I"t ,,'Ward) '., tmct: and
Mrs. Nancy Firm hnlrti Mm Men's; \ little
twin sons at the Merrvten. tRound <*;h.ip for -'hlld-
Completing thf pirti''II' of shopping ph'alureI. Thiq pidiii. Mho 1%s one of the rompleteil model npnrtmenU at the Carr
sort I 5 year old Vlckl PIer I looking with interest .,v ( lull Naplei' newest liearh front apartment condominium on
at the great nrray of. ltem+ for little! folks which NoiDi Fh.t Street erected l>> First Florida Resource Corporation In
I Mrs. Sue Freeland is shutting the group The r. Hv it.-n designed by Mr. E. L. Edmunds of Furniture Fashion
.. ii- huh located at Tamisml Trail and Seagate Road. Phone
Merry Go Round carries, < lathes foi boys and girls t < u
through high\ school Atc II- a'ell :aN infnnU' wear. Ml 2-:,a.7 f"i >our Interior decorator headquarters The interior shown
_and Lt located downtown_at 75ft 6th .Avenue, So. aliovr is or outempormy design anti tends Itself to achieve
"..".,'-- In pntel! rolor srhi-mcs and +, acm hospitable tones having been
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t-! ap.,tr. .l'i t harming 'uttl (t." all' (;

mad. B hit with it -ken, shf showed Vicki how to make ikV- rr and ILL

thistle/ jut a t t h. ra g'J fir I I'1'' folks '' 't'l Mt eh Looking t> ho pe.-fc-t g fl> ti.r airy: )f 11Il'f n, I
rif'h A'. onus r..uJl Drugs F,", "P'' "rl,., ,1r11, ..r, -IM, ii, ;J ,.If" ?' I' 'I. T-.r r,. --!> ,p L. r w.P r au
:}null find at yoa isaTM V i "?(1 ar I'-n IT I >n nitpnies. U .e ,I. Ta A: on th s '* c A-* Downing of r orbln Undabury
ship the cotmtU department Tb rifU are just lavuhlv hf-.at.fol. tMiw <'(.i<,n i I'.I'f,, i 1 \ I.a/ /DiU, partKulHr. ahtpnentwhkh f.ar'f" ''ft'fi ii'' South i''! h'-i.t, + Naples. Both of these men are

,' and thetr stork u wy e...,pht.. F r Uw mew '.f.. the family, Dorw Ori< k and Ma-- Davit are impeding checking over the hags stock of beautiful Scotch pine ChrlstrnM Trees

yr, !!: find! l atlH'r f+*k aid ...*.11..< *it,.*, Hd .tlJ'. ...***. contained, a, beautiful collfrtton of balky knits in and fresh poinsettia plants. Corbin Llndsbury has a Urge selection of
"" i' '* 'i 4ej $10, SMI av.u.;a\h
few. Try r .r drag stove tint with your gift Htour HI CnrWmai plant and decorations for the season Munu, potter gore
Lust mention a a very wide range of rites from 81 to ill A hsrmmg .
r- Avenue Reiall t>nftMO gift for the Itrgft" sized! woman u often hard arrlun., cat glads and greens. plus other holiday decoration. Com In
; I.. find The-ae "" ,-at",rs are truly lovely You',. and take your pick while there to a good selection.
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... COUItft COUNTY NEWS. N.plw. '1.., Sgd.. ,. Dcmbr I 13, IW4 ward At r :Juniors
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"' II' q l Jpoetry Come
awaited class ring to which a e
great amount of senttmem is

attached. 'Caroline's Reply'Dear

cashedIn ;, :
Thirty-four Juniors Your Special Delivery arrived ....,.
on thalr magazine sale l la Heaven fur '
this week. Because they \ L
LitesBJ Lk Who deliver the letter and Mess
In subscriptions
sold $30 or more The beautiful anjtla with their M* white wings
these hard workers received
little "campus pups" 1 1 D: Can you really ... God and Hi. _h., bet
MBY LULEJIAN and certificates! Anna Fussel, When you rot up to heaven dM they ,..,.. yea,
Chris HultzenDontUH5IICOn Thanki Daddy for being proud of mI aI
Die Kelly, Dodl Gurtler Larry I was crying inside ao :you couMitt let

-- -- ----- ---- Ryan, John Berlault, Terri I looked up at Mommy and aha looked ao aW,
Stacy, Tom Bernard, Handy V I knew that my tears would jut make her feel bad.
The week went by with s hop, it will be that of a Kay Club Harris, Susie Wood, Bonnie
skip and a jump for teachersand member. The Interact Club Benjamin Sue Cory, Wendy How nice for Patrick to have you there,
students at the old home- will operate the concession Snow, Randy Rlner, Laurie tt n his turn now and wi mu.t .ha,..
stead. stand for the first five "home" Price, Bill Kurke, Kathy Re- Now he can hold your warm, strong hand
basketball games, and Key Club pass, Cathy Hoffman, Rosa Gil, And play under your desk In that heavenly land.
RETAKESA will manage it for die last five and John-John
Bill Folkerts. Jo Ann Ray Mommy art feeling okay
number of students posed games. The parking of ears burn Silly Helmick, Robert And aend you their love with mine today.
for re-tikes Wednesday, after will also be under the direc- Blanch Pat Madden, Susie t
they had come to Mrs. Men- don of Interact Club for aUSame.t Best, Larry Ledbetter, Joyce atM !M Daddy our house seems very till,
land, Neapolitan staff advisor, here, and Key Club will Fortes, Rick Clemons, Andy But mommy laid your leaving was Coda holy will
with comments such ss these manage the traffic situation at McNaughton, Frank Stevenson That His will must be done tho well always mill you
each of the four Community But we'll all ashen llfe'i work I la
"Can't I have myplcturetaken Randy Peele, David Sterrttt, meet again our through
again? My eyes were h.lf clos- Concerts and Harriette MUler.BASKETBALL. Please Ilk God to help ui to remember It', true
1131" "But Mrs. Mortised, apiece That He'i Kill our Father tho He has called you.
of hair is sticking out r' JUNIOR CLASS RINGS ZOOLOGICAL PORTRAIT Kush, a Bengal tlgreu, end her cube, I love you Daddy,
Regarding the fact that all Senior Members of the Junior Class The student body never miss Margaret and Julia, pea prtttlly at Whipinada Zoo, Btdfordahlrt, England The tuba, born .. CAROLINE
pictures were touched up, are now in possession of their es a chance to show the Eagles at the see In Itpttmbar, alrtady are ewer* of the comfort of anuggllng clot to warm fur.
one Senlorgtrlexclatmed"But: class rings (as if everybodydidn't that they are behind them all The ?
they took away my beauty know it). A favorite remark even If the game is Indispensable
mark!" And by some strange made in the classroom "away', Friday morning the Europe and will go to the Orient clpite in All-State Chorus In ted STAR Teacher. The STAR Sometime, when you're feeling important,
coincidence, veteran football is, "Boy, it sure Is hot Inhere students assembled at the frontof after finishing In the United Jacksonville January 6th. The Student and STAR Teacher of Sometime, when your ego's in bloom,
players annually! Initiate new 1 think HI take off my the school to cheer the boysto States. The Iranian was the girls attended preliminary try- Naples will receive recognitionfrom Sometime, when you take it for granted
recruits just prior to picture- rlngl"/ victory just prior tothelyde- guest of the head of the Depan- outs Monday In Sebrlng and the local Chamber of Com You're the last qualified man in the room ;
taking day st NIB, SO inevitably Custom dictates that Juniors parture for Key West. Win ment of Agriculture for Col- were chosen Hong' with other merce and will be eligible to Sometime, when feel that going
there was this remonstra- must wear the ring with the or lose our hearts are with lier County Don Lander, high school students from represent the County. From Would leave you unfillable hole your
an ,
tiont "Can't I have s retake eagle facing them; however, you boys I II The enterprising Key Clubis southwest Florida. Sue and Natalie that level the two can go on Just follow this simple instructionAnd
? My head was shaved this year the Seniors seem to signing a contract with pra- had been diligently practicing to represent the congressional how it humbles the soul.
have different conceptions of I KEY CLUB'S GUEST ther's Dry The club see
Cleaning. music that was previously district and can compete for
SERVICE CLUBS how they themselves should Wednesday, Key Club was will be paid $50 for cleaningup sent to them, and they tried Florida STAR Student and Flor- Take a bucket and fill it with water,
it. Some declare that fortunate have a for from the Put your hand in it, up to the wrist ;
Whenever you purchase s wear enough to new constructiondone out in a group of eight students ida STAR Teacher.
Coke and/or candy at s"home" the eagle faces "in" until gra- eign guest speaker from Iran on the front of the buildIng who war each carrying his Pull it out ; and the hole that's remaining
basketball game, youaregreeted duation, when at such time Abbas A Manll, who is studyIng part without the aid of a piano. CAMPUS CHARACTERS Is a measure of how you'll be missed. '
with s smile and served with turning it out symbolizes"look world agriculture, and is NHS chorus director Miss Polly Watch for our "Kerna Sabl" You may splash all you please when you enter,
efficiency. That friendly face ing out, into the world." Others currently studying agricultureof PRIZE CANARIESSue > Jenkins will make the trip to In the ImmokaleeRodbO In Jan You can stir up the water galore,
belongs to an Interact Club claim that Seniors automatically Florida, among other ststes. Ballard and Natalie King Jacksonville also uary. AAO might just be do- But stop, and you'll find in a minute
member, and after January 16 get to turn the eagle out- He has just been studying in were selected Monday to pant- Ing some wild cow milking, but That it loks quite the same as before.
S.T oA.R. most probably she'll enter the The moral in this quaint exampleIs
Some lucky Senior will receive girls' clover leaf race. do just the best you can,
for his the Be proud of yourself, but remember,
recognition or R J, apparently thinks upheaval
THIS IS ONE OF NAPLES' her performance in the Scho- in world affairs may There's no indispensable man!
lastic Aptitude Test of the College have even more far-reaching Submitted by Bob Snypp
Entrance Examination consequences. During a heat-

Board taken Saturday, December ed discussion In governmentclass 'How Ya Feeling I'm Fine!
lMOSTjPROMINENT ] 5th. The Florida State he suddenly inquired
Chamber of Commerce Is sponsoring "Is it OK to use a split Infinitive There's nothing whatever the matter with me, '
a Student Teacher these ?"
days I'm just as healthy as I can be ;
Achievement: Recognition Program Remember, only five more I have arthritis in both my knees
ESTATES based on student scores school days 'til Christmassycatlonl *-
And when I talk, I talk with a wheeze.
In this most recent SAT. The I
student In each high school receiving Keep reading! My pulse is weak, and my blood is thin,
the highest score on the But I am awfully well for the shape I'm in ;
----i-:iLr SAT will become the school Arch supports I have for my feet,
9 _ STAR Student. County, con FLORIDA'S MOftl" THAN TCXRISTS MALE.. of WILL Or I wouldn't be able to stand on the street.
gressional district winners,and RETURN FOR
the state-wide STAR Student fNOTIVIITI I Sleep is denied me night after night

;; s will be named from the top And every morning I look a sight.
'Tid scorers in the high schools on My memory failing I my head's in a spin,
.: the basis of the highest test I'm practically living on aspirin,
is i (SAT) ratings The STAR Stu- REMreonr.s But I'm awfully well for the shape I'm in.
{ dent In each high school will
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be asked to name the teacher The moral is, as this tale we unfold,
'r who, in his opinion made That for you and me who are growing old,
the greatest contribution to his It's better to aay, "I'm fine," with a grin
scholastic achievement. The Than to let them know the shape we're in.
,f i"rt arse. +eeo.aoa.a
l v person chosen will be designa- mover. Author Unknown

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This extraordinary property is located one block south of the Naples Beach

Club Hotel. Fronting on the beach, it covers a full city block with meticulouslykept I -

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

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

studio cottage and servant quarters.THE .

MAIN HOUSE: 1 1625 sq. feet with three SERVANT QUARTERS 400 sq. ft. efficiency apartment .

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

room with a handsome stone fireplace corn bath, screened porch

fortable Florida room, utility room, a 376 sq. ft -
open terrace overlooking grounds and lake r :: -

and the beach beyond. Complete kitchen #
dilhGROUNDS: 340 ft. frontage extending 400 ft.
with built-in GE stove, oven .
equipped .
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from First Street to the Gulf of Mexico. Completely
washer, disposal unit, automatic laundry, etc. JLV HuMfodtaiiuli.rfe.tMghpwJiilH*
The house Is frame with natural Tank Cypress. landscaped: with lush natural I trees, palms, bow II ,raur... pm w tm#...|..
shrubs and lawn lovely fresh water lake, two
Interior Is treated with vertical Antique Cypress
Kotry ITMMU IKMMM a dcHrUy m 1M err,tulip
paneling and has Oak flooring throughout. As- separate deep wells and sprinkler systems (north M.wtlM.14 ...** ky ell, Mibum.. Wfth* UK .N....h>
bestot shingle roof, wood awning-type windows.t"'f'( and south half of property), and seawall tit, .baud,,juell MUM I...w.ew.f.twabepp...

central heating and air conditioning -j For mry M .-... *.R.,oI Harfe .. hoW s
kudu* *vh ft**t dart Or.rf],m pear.Mr*..*

STUDIO COTTAGEi 802 iq ft. large double TERMS: This: pro,....rty is priced to sell It can 1 DM KIM trnauM -.../ Uw mMrwUM tit ..*.
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bedroom, bath, living room with itone fireplace, be purchased as a complete parcel or will be

kitchen and dinette combination, screened front sold as two separate( estates: ((1)i ) 170 ft. front. **u4 .... ew ....,.. Hwto....,-1aIot Ui 41
400' with Main .... tm snub M Scxtpqw SuvM.TtMtom .
depth House and Studio
porch and a 259 sq. ft. open terrace overlooking age,
the lake, grounds end beacn. Same durable conCottag. ((2)) 170 ft frontage, 400' depth with ? -.- OS AIM r_,
ft taml M.OT .r b*. SMtat M .....,a.ta
struction features as the main house 400 sq. building.
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Tammany Hallpolitics ':OUIM "
," his wile to quit

Story In Films 't[ 1, tt : Suggests Judge's The committee, or he stHMild recommended restfo. they actively engage In partisan was elected aa the first Negro
t Wife Get Out Of that choice relefka/blp Friday, between oollKcaMrs. Tammany leader.
"intimate She remained u chairman at
wUV' creates suspl.d aplecei was named .taterlm
Politics man and leader of Tammany Hall, the Democratic executive com
Years After Her Death' Tammany > "approechU that which mlttee.
would have been created if the the Manhattan Democratic or.
Neither Spiegel a
NEW: \\\Hk (AP}-Th* 'II> edge himself had owcwl" In kaniaattofl, after the recent res.Ignatlon

JAMES BACON Angels," still one of the great t ar ass" ,141 ..n'a ethics commit. ('"Utlcs..milfes. d Bdward Costikyan to a lO.year stale assemblymanilerted ludgeshlp In
Writer aviation films of all time The tee say1is, a cvurt Jude Sam. here bare lone been She held UM post Mill eariy this
'Movle-TV wife availableNAPLES
INS his
nor were
WOOD (AP) jeaiihe Tertectlonlst millionaire spent lei A. bpiegel should< persuade subject to disciplinary action if month when J. Raymond Jones ..
blonde bombshell of three years making a silent .- Jor .

}e.' golden era, Is ei. sound movie revoIlII1oa.H'III'- and .then cam the I <<>ta llc.r ._ : ._ &
over Hollywood -
ht world. scrapped the whole f.
novles based on her lift picture at a cost of s then. '
jthe worts The new record $1 million. Ben Lyon and ; W'.r' I /J.' ..,J1 ... '

ishlon lines already ui James Hall, the male stars, .i' .. rC #<;) .,, ::J Jtr
could talk but Greta Nlssen, a
the "Harlow Look, & = t'l.\; .. _,....JilL --
satiny, clinging tab sexy Norwegian, had too much .... ... -r..
slinky full sleeves uxres. accent tor the talkies. : I.
Beauty shop Landau was Jean's agent l j!ft f' I.
noting Harlew platinum and also Miss Nlsseo's So Kan. f -.L .
rdos. sas City-born Jean got the part ;

which Is most unusual It was not a big part, but the "
ar who has been dead audience saw plenty of Harlow
}C years. and the picture made her an ...,

Levtne's production o( International celebrlty.By 1830,
.1QoIr" Is scheduled to hit the this once unknown was 17th on a h '

Irst. It will star Carroll list of the 100 best-known per. -:\
lollywood's newest seat tuna In the world.
}! who bears a striking And she was only 19. b S,: t r -, FURNITURE CO. "
In the depths of the Depres. \ ..
Maitre to JeanLawford .." *
... ( will play Paulhusband lion, she really exploded on the r .;:,.,' "
who commit. screen She was the extrovert, ,t4aP 1
side 65 days after their fun-loving set bomb who made
sae In what Is still one olwood's her greatest hits opposite the "- '
screen's all-time star, Clark '
mysteries.Shulman ,
DC an English Gable .. \ we proudly present the famous Ij
Jlltr at California Stateat She starred, too, with other ,. \ ,
Los Angeles, re. Hollywood greats the Barry. ,1 .
r Ihe Harlow era with atelling mores, Spencer Tracy, Robert .. "
biography of the Taylor, Wallace Berry, LeeTra -.rf,1i; w ,

I based In great part on cy, Franchot Tone, James Stew :, } le '" '"'''
iacences of Jean's first art, William Powell and a dozen 'l' '. ; : j j
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f Arthur Landau more. dresses of vex ." S I '",, m- N-I C .9' aii
[t"younger" generation, It She wore skintight 1. ; Jl XExcellence ;
Itjoeersimplify things to say white satin, white ostrich <'\ -' :
ilwka I the Marilyn Monroe oftime. and white mink, and drove a 'S' \' (\ iii
But the movie careers white Cadillac On screen: she \Z <, 3wiM
llonroe and Harlow were always played a goodJoad girl "' ',> 'k. of and I since 1911"
Ingly similar Each was thelymtolof '_ the one with heart of gold. ), : ';"';,", : : \. tone quality
her generatlonBd1wellllked Her pictures exploited her "" :"; A1L.HE (f
i. by people who appeal with such" titles"Bombshell as "Plat.," : ; :
adj with them. And each Inum Blonde,
14 same costar in her last "Red Dust" "Bury," Secre.tiry "Hold. CARES FOR CARE-Thli Chinese refugee in Hong

MrClark Gable. Your Man" "Wife Versus Kong symbolizes the millions of needy children and adults
'J was 28 when she diedtarred ," "The Man In Posses.elon Worn. throughout the world who will be fed through the holiday
only seven years oneen. ,' and "Red-Headed lesson's CARE Food Crusade, now underway. Goal of the
She once said "Sexon an," In which she dyed her $18.S million campaign 1s to deliver 8.5 million food packages
the screen-but a nul. tamed platinum tresses. in the names of Americans who give a dollar per package to
..ff it" Jean's best picture one In CARE, New York, N.Y., or to Its local offices. &
It: first marriage at 16, ansment which she was pitted against .
from a swank girl's some of the screen's biggest
*4| lasted technically three scene stealers, Wallace l3.ery
tut was ended long before and Marie Dressier to name twc &
was "Dinner at Eight." Her McNamara Puts Reservists

[marriage to Bern -like performance Is one of the
t's marriage to play. screen's classic comedy portrayals <
itj Arthur Miller was an ,
silence in education. Bern, At her peak, Jean made $5XX( Into National Guard Units
k Intellectual, Introduced her a week at a time when taxei .. t-r:

tin*books and art. were l low. But she left only $41,. WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary The plan has Implications which l
committed suicide,, 000. dan :
put' ] he of Defense Robert S. Me "threaten
Irtnj a note which has punS Oldtlmers say of all the stars announced Saturday hit..ger," the ROA said. ,
to this day. Gable she was the Ark. Ma). "
I&llywood save In Little Rock, ,
to carve the Army Reserve ,
plan up
"Dearest dean Un. easiest to know. And she com .
(read: and put the leftovei Gen Maupln Cummlngs f'j
tunately, this Is the only way stopped acting after she left the pieces in the National Guard. mander of the $8OOOoman 30th
stake good the frightful sound sti(". Studio workers But even before the Pentagoi National Guard Division, saldt & s.s.
done and to loved her. so of.
fatf I have you boss' scheduled late mornin) "We've been reorganized
p. put my abject humiliation One laborer sums it ups "In news ti ,,.HI'once, protests wen ten in the last few years that it t-r: j
ftrj you P.S You understand 40 years, I have worked with heard. For although the purpose has hurt morale, hurt recruit
t: jast night was only a come. every big name in Hollywood.Jean of McNamara's session with the Ing. Our personnel don't know t-r: fir r .
was the only one who ever was not disclosed officially what to think." --
fle following year she eloped remembered my name." press, there-was no doubt the resui Capitol Hill Isnt apt to take ..
Turn a, Arts., with Hal Ros.J In 19J4, while making "Reck would be the effective end of Ih.300.000.mu the action lightly, either. A roar
a cameraman. She dl. less," she started going out with Organized Arm of protest greeted the cutdown t-r:
'cod him on March 11, 1934, Powell It was, according to ] erf two years sjo Many mem .. .
this comment: "He was friends, the great love of her Reserve bers of Congress habitually .. .. ..hi'
a Those units which haven'i t-r: 1 r I'qll'.I. i
and he read in bed. life.But passed McNamara's muster lotefficiency spring to the defense ut the Reserve *
4ke Monroe, Jean was quick Jean, never strong, soon readiness and effec.. And about 82 of them t-r:
_ tithe quips with Hollywood was plagued with a series a tlveness would disappear front hold Reserve commissions, sev :
drters. Yet, also like Mon Illnesses throat Infections,, Iral as major generals and
the rolls About half the Arm t-r: This instrument .
I she was basically shy kidney trouble, gall bladder In. reservists would be shifted tc brigadier generals. The smart lines of the Metropolitan are in tune with todays trend toward modern decor

ice a reporter asked Jean U factions and chronic colds. the National Guard, expanding Informants on Capitol Hill t... uvailablt m walnut or rich grained mahogany is GRAND PIANOS answer to a priced
thought sex activity outside Then came the Illness that Its strength from 400,000 tc laid Friday McNamara would of found in all GRAND PIANO muniments
(marriage was Increasing killed her. When ureralc pots. about 950,000 and making it the rule that key members of the t-r: piano, yet retain the same high standard quality
set in, Powell rode In the and JudU
Ing women onlng sole ready backup for the regUiUr ixecutlve, legislative
It would be sort of difficult ambulance with Jean to Good 1C divisions ;cal arms of government who
it to Increase among women Samaritan Hospital. Army's other reservists ire In the Ready Reserve musttransferred a ONLY 1IIK: FINEST HARDWOODS
The 150,000
je lit" answered "But It was too late then," Standby
wouldn't to the i.
would be put In a general mill be :. SFLtCIEU.: : :
recalls Powell. "She was too far .
of available R..rn.At
tritlcs often panned her act gone. She died In my arms. II tary manpower pool the same time, congrea. i. $399
reservists who could be called :. METAL PARTS ARE CAST TO TIlE
answered that saddest of life.
ablUty. She was the day my individually and In an enter Tonal sources reported McNa.nara S
a statement that 1s quoted The date was June 7, 193 7uP tency, to bring units up to full would limit the power of MOST EXACTING: SPECIFICATIONS: ,
[Hollywood to this day "If Jean Harlow was only 26 the service secretaries to Issue
str.ngth.Thl. t-r.:
iences like you, you don'tto second and more drasticstreamlining ravel orders and would place ALL EXPOSED: : METAL TRIM AND

B be an actress." of the Reserve In core (i that power under Ms PEDAIS: ARE: OF POLISHED BRASS. MetropolitanMetropolitan
movies on a that the
the .
In could mean
'an i got trace This
with the
two is a sore npiit
years ,.,
ailed *
did bits HHH-H
e from a friend.She AssociationROA Irmy, Navy and Air force sec.retarles "
Reserve Officers .
with Laurel and longer'would be ableo
comedies no
The association wired
cost ( )
dy< and other top comics of President Johnson Friday to act on their own and inviteongressmen THROUGHOUT ALL PHASES OF

silent era.bout AD urge a full Investigation and :; on Inspection or CONSTRUCTION S,
the same time, Howard WANT
jubllc hearings on the proposal other trips. .
:hen started filming "Hell's The National Guard, which offered
went through the McNamsrawringer These are but a few outstanding features

under a previous pro. al this uncommonly price.
ram, doesn't escape entirely ,
[ his new project. The es.IwrtaUon standard of eirelknc la the piano
under maintained high
was that an order dls t of '
Handing a total of tl low. prtorUly field since 1911. Thlt standard and ciperience Is pained on lo you In the form of auoranct .
would Include IS modern Industry enable *
divisions technological advancement In todays
EXCELLENT LOCATIONS . Guard divisions. with present GRAM PIANO quality. The many offer Ibe fifteen S.tTZ
low priority In addition to an us lo offer you the most value for the money Few pianos on the market today .
divisionsFrom new" GRAND PIANO CO
Reserve purchase
..utom.llcaIlYletbfn you
I these 21 divisions would year written warrantee Ihat you

\ Ideal Hideaway merge brigades, reinforced Instrument

for the couple who Iou to fish and requlpped. They would J ,
Here la the Weal "Hideawa> It haa twobedrooms become pert of the overall te.
; that must be seen to be appreciated. ended National Guard offanUzatlon
This one
bath, porches, front and rear. The home ut eight hlgtH>rlorUy dU .. .,.... ....... -..,
one .' '. .
is -. .- :::
heated with a fireplace and electric, And the kitchen rerig excellent visions, with not less than lOper C''I"f"-'# '. electric stove and Weatlnlhouae cent of wartime manpowerstrength ; ,

erator. The with lot.llotpoint 75 x 150) hat a concrete seawall dock and boat I including and equipment 100 per cent of WARRANTY ;jii
Thia home la completely furnished weapons and m( 15 YEAR )
lift plus boat-garage. For the time being, only the

TV. Give us a call on thia one. Army was involved In the 'M' THE BACK Writ to tevsaid free of are MM U.ur factory) .**. 1 1 panE (I
shake.up. 15 I KtYStnkeully A>. | (I] rtWiH
eiiarff if I ales 0..e yes
But there were guesses that at brekte er pta ere DM wiBtw : :
I ItN IUJ('" be itptKKi free of ...
Aqualane Shores some later point McNamart : ashes 15 tvpplKa' at. met .MMI I II ,un
swskt yea's ,
lot is located in AquaUne Shore on .a wide would work over the Air Forte'sReservsvAlr 'J'I] I TTRlbG5) Nf. eels .>H be fiMAittxil ttIE''lONfIO.OD'' wall be. aplaud ssawsI i
beautiful National Guard difoctrvt' l\
This all and if uructufiHy
of this lot ia 9V x 173' and baa a lace .. few ef In a somewhat similarnanner I, wa's .
.. 00 with, terms system ""' eat berrelMtd 'I'J
boat slip"Priced at only 18 J'.Lij'I I TWtM Phvs!" !N<* owi wall b* fwf lilt PLATE It *' .1114. C
timtHttf -
lees ."hrii I) tint of chap if payua
H. staMd rf Ma. M hey ..... <<
a drl...* 15 pan
Circle I"e. rest b( I AS "maurial. and wamn Hip wed !. I Jfmsh.d r -
Palm Antl.Po'utVar [I J "" 0 ACTION ".01. ""
01 ihe hiftoM
IN fmnliMif an
of bHoke.-P II S
with the rear frtf of drag. rf

This the! lot excellent on! the lot lake.U located It prfced on Palm at $3,7 Circle+;.W whkh include Offices Coating! i JIJ if.,' HAMMERS......" our .Now......ee.t It ,.rem..,.bt fves.sh.d throughout suds MnmuM. tort M the Ihe l melt.rt..wee..tt ciitnoi wrnwiut-bee I'I ,

assessment. Terms. $8 Million Yearly el cent as' <.<** kfetta i.Ma) old e Mi Mg con "- ;,
sewer .:!
WAfHXyOTON (AP) The vwFurniture Ilj!

In The Moorings ederal CO'ftrwuenl.tU' direct JI-! =-...:."-= ..:"-=...:."-=....- I -.tSt. .SI .I'E-'t. t"a .: -.I. : R
Ms war ' Kad this big lot w definitely ronsid. rrd reeves Mortee of a eve o Located on beat Cwtofl In the 4 Moorim for the price. You can buy it tn .kftow si an ... COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS
OM of theerm' mat rental c4" ",OOQ.
with for onlr $6OO.o Terms were glee Friday by ON THE TRAit AT TRAIL TERRACE 6,
for the General
a sp AesniM
ervtees AdmlaastrstlM. wtedesrrttwd S

JONES351 I REALTOR |saM 4.10 Ole s sAS
D.C. Casually lees (ha* tile cost of O. cog YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

8 similar space to MM .... Wl Will BI OPEN 1.30 A.M. to 1.30 fJA.DIC .

Phone MI 34040
7rk THRU DIG 23rd.
Ave So. ASSOCIATES PK Ml 24152 area"ALL ..A' ,
Roland fr.nk B. Pur due Herr t MIllet -- Edward M Anderson THE NEWS FOR 4a d 4a. d .

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10B COUIM COUNTY" NEWT .....l.i, FU.. $W... tWmkw II. l.*4

I Realty Sales Jump

L To Hefty $1,010,025County

realty sales soared Rose,Somervtll\ ,N. .,Lot 460. w/ y wMA ww.rMlyl
to a Whopping $1,010,028 total Isles of CaprI 5,500; Marco STORE
during the second proceaalng Island Dev. Corp., to Collier l i wrn+ r Mwy Mr
period in December. The climb County Brd. of Public Instruc : 7 DAYS and
was from $888,800 processed: lion Naples, Tract D, Unit :3, s1e$24.95DON'S
the first week. Marco Beach\ $1,000 MabelA. 7 NIGHTS .r
i The top deal of the period Heebner to Marshall D.Kef-
\ was by Richard R. and Cora A. fer, Naples, pan Lot 22 and
Vance to Clifford Winger Naples all Lot 23, Blk 2, Naples Better .AMr

: I, for Lot 2, Block R,Unit, Homes, $9,600.NAPLES .
! L The Moorings. The sale price
r, was listed at 206000. MANOR
Other sales of$1oooorover Td-DCorp., to Corbin and
with values taken from tax Edith Leon, Eustls. Fla.. Lots MI l.tA,.. IA tn,,, / EAU Of C01OGNII piML.
M fh.
stamps on recorded deeds Included 1 and 2. Blk 6, Unit 1, Naples .n1? anrn+ LiM emMr. ri'iap

the following Manor, $l,200,Trl-D-Corp.to Dovbl IM| LI ,prat. .n0 well
: Lucien C.f' Corbin C, and Edith bon Eus- 1 M.M t mf rl'L00
'I Helen Franklin to ieir N hN Electric BLANKET AQUAMARINE SET .n
1 I and Judith A. Robinson Naples its, Lots 12 and 13, Blk 9, R
1 ANltatdR eonW conpMA ft |M ales 4er M
part Blk 21, Tier 3, Na- Naples Manor Jl,300j, Mango |
I win thKtn r mm fcioogt 1 ta Taltttt a I 5.00 8.50
I E' pies $29,100)) Village Green Growers, Inc., to Norman J. NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER MI 7 2136 ?"a, u

i "B" Corp., to Louis P. Hanna, Mellon Ft. Worth Tex., Lots et$ 0Ims, 11.99 4.25 ELECTRICHAIR
{' ,: Naples, Apt. b-6. Bldg. B, Village 12 and 13, Blk 4, Naples Manor
Green Blk 8,Tier 6, Naples Lakes, $MangoGrowers, / DRYER
I $7.200) CharlesJ.Htmes Inc., to George and Patricia If She Love Fragrance -

Jr., to Elgrln C. and BlancheW. Morris Miami Lots 18 and 19, Give Her Something Intimate
Cole Naples, Lots 7 and 8, Blk 11, Naples Manor Lakes,
Blk 11, Tier 9, Naples $11,500: $1,300; William B. Stone to ELECTRIC
Julius Flelschmann to Pon Maurice K.and Marianne T1l1Ls,
Royal Inc., Lot 1 and part Lot Naples, part Lot 17 and all Lot ICE CRUSHER !r. :'; /,

2, Fort Charles Drive and Lots 18, Blk F, Naples Villas $12 tutUnolMnui .y k ,
1 and 2, Kingstown Drive, Pon 2501 Collier Dev Corp.,to Inez nWMbrybllNoap2
Royal $78,800. Hart,Immokalee, parcel In Blk trip if lea Oiprtil ut. ;

POrt Royal, Inc, to Julius 10, Lot 12, Newmarket, $2,500. b bapa/h bhKldl, w
Flelschmann. Cincinnati. Lots John M. Bailey to Edwin A.

46 and 47, Fort Charles Drive and Sara A.Jones Immokalee, '
Port Royal, $90,000; Robert S. Lot 2, Blk 17, Newmarket/ $4 REFRESHER SETS '
Inc., Lot 800j Plymouth Cordage Co., to '
Watts to Port Royal,
C/ktnes M anfd Mar Ivry Frln.l (ovihrwsi Hw Mrs + ,.
17,Galleon Drlve.$10.600Na- Lloyd D. and Dorothy L.Brown soot Teed,Muacb, Darts Hi Dutini Powdw t foist l t ( 7
tel Inc..toWilllamF.andOlivla Immokalee, Lots 18, 19,and 20, aslterttl RId ldae I SManltr9. w11a Y l'Rglti ry
Savidge Naples, Lot 2, Lake Bik 39. Newmarket, $1,400| i 1'Ar.M a Eerra de.4S0
Park $3,0001 Nathaniel B. El- Carl N. and Jane Anderson ,
( Idns to Gabriel H. Luff, Naples to AJ. and Lllyan Von Llllen- 5 Position Switch

Lots 1, 2 and 3, Lake thai, Naples, Lot 31, Unltl, Complexion Soap $1.00 Deluxe Double Lined Bonnet

Manor, $65,000 Glenn B. Sen- Palm River Estates, $14,000| E nglfBh, Filigree Spray Mi.t $3.50 40" Hose Nail Dryer
nett to Port Royal, Inc., Lot Carl N. Anderson et ux, to /
A# New Bath Vanity Case with Mirror
: Spray Powder $3.50Parfum
41, Lantern Lake Port Royal, George R.and Mildred L.BushIng Mtaao
$6,000)) Lawrence R. and Jacqueline Glassboro, NJM Lots 81 Intimate $4.00 to 75.00
M. Morgan to Edmund and 82,Unit 1, Palm River Es- 3 Qt. Electric BUDDY L leather I Plus Tax $10.99ELECTRIC

M. Long Chicago. Lot 6, BlkD tea, $3,000; William B. Stone,, CORN POPPER Wrecker Cur
Unit I, The Moorings, $7, Inc., to Jerry Eugene and Shirley Wr rar ., Chiflfi "allir.with spas INTIMATE !REVLON
000. Jean Hinds Sr., Naples, M""Ii'e J toolt Solid iuloils l coo-
Lot 13, Blk F, Trail TerraceSub'd. ( m ,
truction.Sprin| n n-j DRILL
MOORINGS ., $7,475. ,raaae ,tSvil J.I I t h

Moorings Dev. Co., to PaulG. COUNTY With Jacob Geared

Benedum. Pittsburgh, Pa., Collier Dev. Corp., Perma II: Chuck and
pan Bill 18, Unit 5, The Moorings Key
Porta Corp.,Immokalee.parce: NEW! ''G' .E.
$75.000; Arnold T, Mel- ta Sec 9, Twp 47, Rge 29, $12.
bye to William B. Stone, Inc., 000, Robert T. Benson, et al, 10 TRANSISTORPOCKET
Naples Lots 1, 4, 5, 6. '7 and to Richard and Merrell Golden Lentharlc TRE-JUR

8, Blk G, Naples Heights $8, Naples, parcel In Sec 11,Twp RADIO TWEED COLOGNE Whhlb btemplet. <"'
000; Roy S. Caple to Marie tiM
49, Rge 25, $1,700; Robert T, r "
.. n. '' 'l1'i i rl| CMmpifni" bofrrwtji
Westley Crosby, Naples, Lot with Carrvlntti 1. {
Benson et al, to Jesse and Dora .
>K.. rh. c; v .. told' Mppintaldilr hieattni.
26, "' ; ISM (Mtowei J I 11
Naples Heights Rapist $3,
Luckey, Naples parcel In Set .. $15 9S
& 11 Tlnptdictt"\\tn AA
000; Rudolph H. Frank to L.V. 11, Twp 49, Rge 25, $1.700!, to!let Iovehnm .e\f\ I'IItt'iquidbubbl'l! .
and L, Shields E. Naples -
Seward Corp., to Thomas S. t* ,
Part Lot 87, Naples Imp. and Edna G. PetuUa. Oil City, 1r Qp

Co's Little Farms, $1,400)) Pa., parcel In See 12, Twp ,
Lawrence R. and Jacqueline M. 49, Rge 25, $8.000; Seward '
Morgan to Edmund M. Long, Corp., to James J. Eustace el ONLY

ChIcago Lot 19, Naples Terrace al, Oil City, Pa., parcel in Sec SUItrtE11w.r.nA.rw .
I $15,000) Pon Royal,Inc., 12, Twp 49, ARe 25, $16.000| ,)
to Helen Snell Cheel, Ho-Ho- Gabriel H. Luff to Charles and
Kus, NJ. N 1/2 Lot 59, Spyglass Vema S. Berecky, Livonia, e J c''""" ;ate 2 Speed Vanity Fair

bland, Port Royal, $9, Midi.. parcel in Sec 30, Twp
300; AUce M. Bedford to Do- 49, Rge 2'7, $1,60013.1| WU rr. : PHONOGAPHTAD11
; rothy R. Koester et aI, Naples Hams Jr.toH+rryCDelaney, WESTINGHOUSE SopKiitiealtd lady n.qv;
I Lots 6 and 7, Blk 2,Unit Inc.,Everglades, parcel In Sec Radio HAIRDRYER TO ', EN n t 4.00
I 1, Avalon Estates, $6,500. 30, 49 30 '0 ne+ 5 Records and Rack
Twp Rge ,2001| Ti., ha e. ual Iwx: a w4 tw t r 4 JA
I Big Cypress Golf and Country Janet Know Field to Central ....M 4'.d rpyl tpdw rM w wr .a 1 1
Club, Inc., to Richard B. and South Fla. Flood Control 1y unuen'' MI:M Doa PAUer reew: YORK ONLY
I and Helen L. Hanger North ra/Irt 1377 1298 $12.96
\ Dist. parcel in See 28, Twp ..w e.twt naullLU .i
'r Naples, Lot 8, Blk D, Big Cypress 49, Rge 34, ".400;) Lewis

I Golf and Country Club George Lederer to Julius 1 I 1 I SUNDAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY
I Estates $19.700; E.P.Frttchey Flelschmam, CincinnatI.Ohio, DRUG SPECIALS
J I to Ernest H. Thomas Immoka parcel in Sec 16,Twp 50, Rge .
lee Lot 8, Blk A, Bondurant 25, $117.500 Gabriel H. Luffto lb.r1'MlYe.MiOUSe
: Sub'd. $10,000; Earl F. Wood Clyde J. and Margaret A. 3.44 META MUCIL 16 02. RIG $3.50 $2.40 t WHITMAN

to Anhur A. and Goldie D.Charron. Reid Newark Ohio, parcel In r,. t3 $1. NM MDNa1Y a.N .
: Ancram, N.TM Lot v.i. pooocc Rexall Timed Action SAMPLER
Sec I,Twp 50, Rge 31, 1200. Iwr 3.N.
J 8, Blk 3. Unit I, Bonita Shores. Zlta Sodders to Morton M. COLD CAPSULE 98c
tANnA.( : IN REG. $1.49 ___ .
$",5001) First Fla. Real and Dorothy R. B ratter. Burke, + e.t, 64tr
Estate Mart, Inc, to GeorgeM. Va., parcel In Sec 31, Twp 50,
and Neva M. Ellis. Jr., Rge 32, $2,000) Marland Inc., FM $ BUFFERIN KXXa REG. $1.29 89c I
Naples part Lots 22 and 23, to Anthony Flare, Naples, parcel Sib, ass

Unit 3, Brookslde, $13,800Na- In Sec 3 and 4, Twp 51, GELUSIL 12 OZ. REG. 1.49 ___- $1.05
plea Fed. Sav. and Loan Ass'nto I
Rge 26, $4,500)) Walter G. So- .J rIG4 I{
Kenneth H. and Mary M. rokory et al, to Doyle and Sally Vicki Formula 44
Johnson, EUzabethtown Ind., I Kirkland, Naples parcel In 92c
COUGH SYRUP 6 OL REO. $1.59 __ __
Lot 22, Blk A, Unit 2,Coconut Sec 16, Twp 61, Rge 27. $1, ....w ww-Mw.rpNM.
Grove $10.500; Naples Bay Industries 300; Walter G, Sorokoty et
Inc., to Eber C. and al, to Elaine H. Rosenwlnkel, 9-;;;';' 499.
Lillian E. Brown. Miami, Lots Elmhurst 111., parcel in Sec =::,, GILIERT'S "THE CASEY JONES" $25.67 VALUE GERITOL

23 and 29, Unit 1, Coconut 16, 61, 27, 1.300
Grove, $6,000
Mildred W. Ray to Ralph\ Joseph ;M = .

and Helen Lang Wheelersburg, .-= _
GOLDEN GATE Ohio, parcel In Sec 31, Twp -
Gulf American Land Corp., 61, Rge 31, $1,800);Gold Coast ; ._ ':: ., ,"""" I
... -- ;.. '
to Joseph F. Laikowltz St. Acres n, Inc., to Harry and -! .' --
LouIs Mo.. Tract 45, Unit 48, Rose Lee, Belle Glade, parcelin .oftf' -- -: '

Golden Gate Estates, $6.000; Sec 26, Twp 61, Rge 34,
GALe, to Henry E, and Marie $lO K. Lanlnville. St. Louis, Mo., to HLSknmatsWarrlorAla.

part Tract 87, Unit 48, GGE, parcel In Sec 28, Twp 51, RpM WE'VE BEEN NAMEfm'r '
$3.7003 GALC., to WUburn A. 1400. tabp ln4 l+ I 1 '
and Eunice F. Leigh. Florissant Golden Age Investment Co., 100THlRVSH 1 sr
Mo., part Tract 70, Unit to Ruth U Brown Great Neck,
48. GGE, $3.000; GALC.. to N.Yw parcel In Sec 34, Twp

Klmeth L. and Wllma J. Clark 51, Rge 34. $1.500) Ronald S. ...,.ret.rr ( ah.N.rou +.k SNARL WRAPPED j
Florissant. Mo., pan Tract 71, Roberts et aI, to Harris J. SL>l.FAVI'ICA>;E r
Unit 48, GGE, $3.300) GALC. Stack Visits, Okla.. parcel In 1W Ills GIFT SET ae+est.Igr,. CTa
W.a.ny a >.a. bar
to Robert C.Sa..,Norfolk.Va., See 14,Twp 52.Rge 30,$1.400)) P e a. ,tI path M T .r.m..tc bren W I. ::::z''' e
part Tract 125, Unit 48,GGE, Collier Land and Title Co., to 14.88 y Mal' Si.m s d4 Sot" a..yrecN + tatsnww r4W.u t r.r Mt SPECIAL AGENT

$4/00. Morton xhenberg, Miami Attu Shr ar. 2Sa 13 00 a 199 "r for
and WhItehead { w. l
Delmar D. Agnes Land and Title Co.. to Hasllslav e+ocW. ar two spsl

to Merle L. and Lot Sharon IS, and Ruth Dldkowsky, a-: ;; CANDIESOF
Patterson, Naples, pan New York N.YN parcel ,
Blk A, Guilford Acres $8/00 in Sec 37, Twp 62, Rge
Lyle Payne to Stanley M. and 30. $1.600;; Gayle L. Weber war.M.., MATCHLESS FLAVOR
Jean A. Breski. Chicago, Lot
to Charles W. Crouch, et
12. Blk 2,Gulf Shores. $2.400) al, Orlando, parcel in Sec 5, '
Albert Levine et al, to Cloyse
Twp 52. Rge 32, 1000.
M. and Ina C.Bunting Naples JLR Corp. to Frances Clceorella. .h. FREE
Lots 24 and 25, Holly Terrace. Mlami.parcel In Sec LADY SUNBEAM I

r $1,400] Loach Inc, to O.Peter 12, Twp 62, Rge 32. $1.200j 1 Nltar
Gulf Land Investors t Gift
Miami a.ISa ow
tr.t .t tor
le r.a.pYwxr ItM Wrapping
Inc. to Herbert E. and Dorothy

'wilhaIwccst V. Rachor. Flint. MIA, eaIGRlen/ b 1 x'$1288 _
parcel See 36,Twp 53. Rge

I WANT AD velln 33 iL Investors, Flint 31,200 and/or Mldu J toe Miami Paul, to parcel WillUm Pavelln.Gulf Land Sec Pa-et Shop Don's Liggett's And Save Your Money Buys More Here !

35, Twp 63, Rge 33, 1200. ,


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Holiday Inn OpensOn "

Trail In Naples r"

\.pl i )>.s newest hostelry. TIN 'The Mocha room will be npeii Dudley will head up a staff. for expansion of the. NaflM Hat
aC '''I i 1 In \tin 11111 i "i 1the\ Trail In tile. I Ii Otsn. 6am 'til 10 p.m B>4h of about 40 people, alms all of na year which will UilNi In*
i .t I':.ii'IPS, was opfMd. thl* i ik spots will be open seven whom are Neapolitan addition u0 more MMrtstrooms
A II' a i'ct option for local if a weak, with faintly: dinner lie has also stated that then a lounge and bar, and
I ,a\ I. u"- and the p,.... Owen Sundays. chain Is already making plan further expansion of the dining

H r in Maya and C. B. M:* ..... area
f j t Lexington, Ky, wr. Architect for the new Hull
I? .I i as wa. Mr*. 3. W.Lets day Inn was William Bond of
I the third asset, slab Memphis, Tenn Th W.O B.
't II U>\i ,gton I| bt NtnrECTION Construitlon Company also uf
"t' $ :0000 luxury motel Memphis. was till builder. The
I k.- a i,xal of 550 In tile laro are both associated With Holt.

41 n 1 . '! r t tourists Mid traveling general manager for Holiday
I'1\: ,, melt across the count c N."." PI.. Secfay D. .' >e. t II. ItMItIG Inns In the Southern states

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1l: i, :\+ ,IB* Holiday Inn, an
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I' Ih' literally pleated with Sees General
ilelaimlui t and gracdul Florida Industry d

lalinv The hug windows of the rH.1j 1 1ill a
I I. hit.) 41 nd i tuff** shop. which front
directly on the Trail are cur.
\ I tamed in heavy sea-green nylon Advance With New Year

s TAI.MV. 1 II F >\ll I U n th ,ud, Irh'It. pli. i i mt-l t u i m i I 1J1lt i li listing with tb* trim whiteof

Robert MII+ ( Ml ) I O W DuH) nanaprr i i ?nIi i n+ urr i t' 13I I En Inn the uildliigs NIW YORK AP feint .il manufacturers by the Commi ,

:1 (disi sum, IIi''tllr1r, < t .N.iplix, \ i'st until I ( MtIn, |''H til ) Industrie are dragging then >no< OpsHmettt. R reports
feet Just now while others ("on. total. 1 sales this final quarter apparently .
U W. Dudley, manager re.
tine to push ahead. But almost have 'level**! off at
ports that at the present tint, SK \ NUN \ in \1 i "unI" .IL\I\
, minor Injury, we usually got the the Inn contains (0 room with all scent to think the new our $112.4\: million. Four months ago haw an IM.,"t 1111 i I UK, ( .Ii"\\ i., .' rn'ati'arhrr
will bring a general advance. fill tortes were predicting a rise
Nuns Find Life WorkingIn Job of patching It up, sine we .adjacent| parking for 160 car It I is in hat i I.hr>'
Government ecooomUts re in the final months of thin yeur.Metory .
were the only women in theo In addition, there 1* a tare din. pert there has been scaling sales of Ilurshleshave hll1l111"I.tit t .i la\t.\\ fir i r.,111'for i ,
hop. inj room which Is to be named a down of earlier p redid ton* fallen this quarter the
The two wr chosen becauseof : The Capri Room and also a cot ban will) 1111 i hd.1 k; and a
'Different'EAST their art studies at Sienna fee shop called The Mocha Room by many company executives survey shows, with auto sale front t that ran ,11.1111:1'> : cep) ?
They also the first chief The MOO
report sign being the culprit.
Factory Heights College at Adrian toward The decor of the lobby, Mocha sun' with a link III .I\ 1II'IIl"' '
of Chang In business polity million drop in herd good ..
a "taster's degree The Room and Capri Room, which .
and planning specially toward the total to '6I billion.
earned them de. are located In a separate unit
LANSING, Mich (AP) Idea of Mother Genevieve, su factory work at the foot of the Ushaped motel building up Inventories, wblrhprlvlousl But nondurible have risen a I|policies ihout inventories maybe
Some habits had to be perlor at the Dominican moth (ret credits. and '
)' had ten held re hit from the third quarter i 1 1'11.1111':1111.:
Sister Janina said the nun was designed by lul( changed In more ways than rhousc tn Adrian. markably stabl*. are expected to total' $.... Ml. Th.immrr Dopirtment
7 one when two Michigan nuns The company makes colored did all their own work, "e Kept well known decorating firm This Indicated split In eco lion for the final three !month curves (In'lie ale that factory
v went to work In a factoryFor glass windows Mother Gene they showed us what to do one whose headquarters ire In Louis.wills lIItIU norolc trends apparently derive The industrial chiefs wr stocks :are limbing .la the final

instance "The first day vlev asked company owner and lifted the windows for ui" Sea green, aqua and Da i.iii more from labor trouble than optlralette, however, about the '>week ai i 1011to{ s we were there something went Rudy Noble if she could send She estimated the nuns fitted ham blue with touches of sunny ? IV1 y I m from any marked faltering In t prospects for the ftI"alf i of iljuxli I 4'.bIIhI., : .,,,,_ Pu:, t U
red yellow create a restful atmDlopher.
wrong on a Job, and one of the two nuns to work as appren. some 1,900 small pieces of 1 : the prosperity cycle. IMt. An avenge use ot t per ,i twlo.MIL-! i .itu of bereave in the
throughout the unit The + a w
blue and other
mm let loose with a loud and tlces yellow, green Factor* making soft good cent In sales I* predicted This I i third l qturter. Also another $900
candid comment. You could al. "Sure, any time," Nobla colored glass to fit the pattern carpeted Capri Room which N report sales continuing, to rise, would be In about the same i million 8lv., nu-e In liiventorl .la
for th* window, designed by Sifter seats UO, overlooks the swim a, :
most hear an elbow hitting his laughed. a But sow makers of hard goods ring as the Increase in the esr. i* Piti>d l in the nod three
ribs," said Sister Jean Law. "They bad not really expectedus Joanne, art director of mine pool. There are large have been hit by strike or the ly part' of 1904. month Di the first half ,>f 1964to
rnc of Cast Lansing ," said Slater Jean Lawrence. Sienna Heights' Studio Angelic upholstered dining chair In sea 1 effects: of others' strike and All segment dont fit Into this ,. <'ks roe by IIW million In
She and Sister Janina of Detroit "But they put u* to work" When they left the factory, green nylon and the room Is 1 III'lll' n I t''a look to next year for any resumption pattern. EiliHf the major i each iiirfur.

also told, in an Interview The two nun, both schoolteachers their fallow workers gave them 1 softly lit by circular hanging t rr of gain. appliance industry In. **|w. Hw uhtoii hiuir if bust,
Wednesday, how they had to began putting together a going away flit '>i a box of lamps with clear aqua shades U II lulu Auto strikes this fall are rate forecast I* talking of an see' tlunklitK( about building up
modify the large sleeves on the four windows, two lSoby08.reet candy. Whit stone planters,lushly I filled 1 ,
blamed tor much of the current average growth la sale nest sin k* may IM due 10 fear of
habits they wore and take some and two li-by.S feet, for the new with tropical greenery and whit stalemate In total factory sales. year of between 4jnl i i per laboi il H,.iiro* tilting ')ft sup
extra material out of the skirts Maria Hall for sick and aged Grecian figurine complete the Worry about the risk of a steel ent. This would five It the sand '. pll .i> ir. union, wag laiD ludgiIng
for safety and convenience nuns at Adrian. picture strike next spring. appears to be straight recent sales yeer. pt Ice. higher or It could be
"When arrived at the plant "The nun were a little upset with a The Capri room, which talari-
we behind much of the clung In Out manufacturer note the till fire Indication of a grew
to start work, It was Just Ilk* by having women Invade their Ir than the usual Holiday Inn LIFT \ crane big thinking about stock buildup to this rate of growth MMt lag prosperity piy holog thai
, bomb Sister Jean private domain, especiallynuns low costAD dining area, will feature varied enough to lift Cullen Center
a ,
dropping hedge against possible shorUfor mat eh that set tile last two In the i mood has used Invent
Slater Jean Lawrence menu with emphasis on Gulf in Houston, Tux ''No, It'I .
Lawrence recalled or the chances of more wl i* years. rise to rllmb when" a buslnes
Their going to the Nobis Decorating said "But, after a while, they WANT seafood and ."aks. Dinner hours just a sly photographer who spread price Increase Government soimoMlei are upwW was nearing Us peak
f Co. plant in North Can. seemed to gt used to us When will be from U a.m 'tU I p.m. ue perspective to trick they
Trees signs and portent are giving M\ especially eta' ** look T* due UM ratio of stocks to
. IOQ, Ohio, this summer was th, ever ones.!...them. would I haves. and again at I pjn til 1C p.m *. .being read Into the latest survey Just tnv t* ..... wart.4idlerr. steles. Wt** frem trou ,"om..

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4, tr Ten Me... ,. c'Mill' lie ION of dollars to otherMrksQly Iillila
Business News ::
1 -- Top peg.... en. to lower ta. he flratttir*,

ecrention new. Ingle were persons b' SMS***, even saore sharply high
** er .b the nest three and
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hMftuftrlal p! con
iJ Genes Hsttonal Prededcoeemeer sod tracttng sUchtty. Is the tIat r d. A
DepartmentI Stories Stand Out In 64 daM. l&aatton monitory el* protect.

boll the dollar
ed sad the pond
By SAM DAWSON markets took some sharp 1-drops 10. The U.S deficit In .interns.ttoBtt ud hstt he VA IDId loss to
know (tills I Is i I''"'"', 1 I"'M' AP Business News Analyst toot In August when Americanand paysMPts had sharp ups a stinlmuei vttoh was newt
Urn for dllol\ou--lt ,is tin, anrcfor North Vietnamese naval
NlrW YORK (APIn a year and downs. This serial story of la Neelf.I .
your Her notion I by|,.Hincut.we ( of striking economic' 10imslni vessels clashed. ){ in October
? 1 'ii I have had ,i V'"i ,rlri'i, ,god, / ftFF I .ss news! stories stand out. when Nlkita Khrushchev was, -

Interesting week. t Mere, In one man's opinion, toppled; In November when the
The boys athletli' 1'111111', un*'i in' the 10 top business news British pound sterling was raid
the direction III( Han, I In, 'is eel si h'J rle* nf 1964 some of them ed by speculators
ott to a gallop! .n M'III, t wrtl. mihugei serials with the final 2. F edersl tax rates were cut.
25 boys proiient. Al tin" \nieeti I, ,' hatters still to come. Results showed up In t e..... I III I

it was decided hy the u.\s. II",il t t. Stork prices climbed fast pay In March. M first the mon
1965 MODEL-Like automobiles personal planes have latest the group woii'il! IH known as lit and suffered sums dizzy spells ey went toward paying off debts CONGRATULATIONSTO
model, too For 1965 for Bccchcrift it is the swank C33 Boys Athletlf' Club and It!,al t Trading volume set records and and Increasing savings but by

Debonair Features of the new model arc increased visibility they would meet IIdrll\to'I'hll' .i i, r so Aid| |prices as measured by late summer and fall spending
greater comfort and new cabin styling Wednesday al t 4 P.ni i in tIp, ( onmuntty popular averages, The Dow. was on the way up.
Center Buildup., Towi I ,,01,i Jones 30 Industrials topped 800 3. International money mark. HOLIDAY INN
first mHOtli\ : ,i nov', eta had a bad scare In Octoberand
this ,
up in March arid added 02 more
ftfaid: the Want t Ads"] "River Busters" was shown. points by mid-November. But November and American
> The group met avI", borrower. had some anxious
day and to date thorn) aru 14 days until President John I
enthusiastic, boys In the ( lulu I son Intervened to hold the

The boys voted to elect offl ers i Movie Studios interest U... Britain's fast deterlorating .

at their next meeting on Momi.iv. economic situation
All nresent were PAger to pft brought a run on the pound. The
NAPLES READY going so Randy 'divide, I the gimp Causing DearthOf new Labor government tried a

Into two team and they had a 15 per cent Import tax, then
very successful touch football Art boosted the bank rate to 7 percent
Pin-Up Lumber Plywood
game with the youniterteam be.it. from 9 per cent. But It
MIX CONCRETESAYS ,' took fund by 10 &:
tog the older group IIOLLYWooD (AP) The a
Since there WM very little Hollywood pin-up, that great other nations to halt the raid Panelingby
informing ghort-t.rm rates in the United
this time
Interest shown tt a
morale booster of World War n,
a similar girls club it is a dying diversion States also were boosted to prevent .

was decided to postpone orga. And lonely GI's, from South loss of dollars to Britain.
until after 4. Stock traders clashed with
biting this activity
Viet Nam to Thule, are griping.
the Holidays. However, If any VISITOR Claudia Carcti The cheesecake crisis Is such federal regulators. The New

of you Junior High or Senior nale relaxes in London aftera that the San Diego Navy Dls. York Stock Exchange and the Trail Builders Co. Inc.
CongratulationsTO High girls would like to talk Christmas shopping spree patch published an ad in Dally Securities and Exchange Commission Supply ,
about this program come In and The film star .is visiting I from Variety headlined "Helpl" came eyeball to eyeball
lee me. her native Italy attendingthe audio publicity departments over curbing the activities of 1200 First Avenue South

gala Royal Opera !House used to be the ever-flowlng well floor traders who act for their MI 2.3858 MI I 2.5255
The Public Works own accounts, and the SEC won
City crew I II I
OUR FINE opening of Verdi opera II for pin-up art. But the wells
under the direction of Pat Parks Trovatore" In that one. The giant over-the-
a new production have run dry.
are busy clearing and gradingthe counter market for unlisted
by Italian Aim The reason is simple Holly
grounds west of the tennis stock got a milder than expect
Luchlno Vlsconti, .
wood now Is geared to Independent
CUSTOMER AND courts. This area, 175 x 120, production. Studios no longer ed crackdown, but also was subJected .
will be the sight of our future' to more federal supervl-

NEW RESIDENT modern playground for the Ritter will be awarded trophiesat have under platoons contract.of shapelystarlets lion

younger children. the Senior Citizens meeting 5. Labor made some Impres
There two extremes.There's .
are Corwin Electric
The bleachers by the tennis on Monday at the Woman's Club a group of young actresses live dollar gains and set out on
courts have been "willed" to new negotiating paths. A pener
who feel they can makeIt
Little League by the depart The younger children will no talent alone and ous pact with the autoworkers
on pin-ups
ment and I'm sure they wUl longer have to stand on a chairto sparked talk of inflation ahead
I will
HOLIDAY INN ;be put to good use by them. get a drink at our drinking Or destroy there are their actresses Image like and Inspired the bulls in the WishesTHE

,Don't get excited those of you fouiiUin..our maintenance man Carroll Baker, the movies' new stock market. Steel union em.
who sat on these..we are get. has made a small platform and phasls on changing working con.
Jean Harlow who In the
ting new park benches to replace attached it to one alto of the pose dltlons at the mills hinted of
altogether One editor of a servIce
the bleachers at the ten. water fountain troubles ahead and customers
nil courts.I newspaper explains that began stockpiling steel. A rail NEWHOLIDAY

Due to the popularity of our nude pictures don't go."Today's strike threatened off and on all

On Their Grand always thought most of the new building as a meeting place, have his serviceman wife living Is likelyto with year, and labor strife on the

Senior Citizens were retired, we have found It necessary to him." docks was another cliffhanger

but I'm fast changing my mind. put out our 1968 reslnatloneahllldar..eo Barbara Nichols of 6. Corporate profits soared. INN
one lIolly.wood'
Our Gains were scored In each of
Naples Senior Citizens are If you come In the
OPENINGNAPLES setting a pretty fast pare with office and see it hanging up don't more than shapeliest half actressessays her fan mall the first three quarters and

activities of golf, bowling and think we have flipped comes from GI's many companies set records.
shuffleboard and their Dividends Increased too.
in pinup poses."I MANY YEARS OF
once a week. I Just came In from the courts 7. Government-buslness rela.
the studios
up and they
tines took a new turn. President
where I ran one of my favorite
tell .
me they can't mall out pic.tures
A "draw doubles"shuffleboard tennis tournaments.Jlie Friday Johnson won an unusual amountof

READY MIX tournament got under way last morning ladies group. I wish "n would anymore cost, says Barbara. support from business execu.
a fortune to do
Monday with 32participants. The they would get a name for this It myself I'd gladly for lives during his campaign" SUCCESS
Tournament 8. Giant stork offerings and a
Committee, headed club. Now they are having a pin-up art to
help our lonely
by Art Brackett divided all play. picnic lunch In the building which servicemen record number of stock splits enlivened .
en Into two groups, A and B has become a regular event after the year. In February
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& CONCRETE BLOCKSA depending on their amount of the monthly tournament. ?.... crisis think Isun.American.this whole cheesecake AT&T Issued rights to buy $1.1
experience. Each team consistedof I was invited to Join them, so billion of common stock a record
one A and one B player. The my wife Is bringing sandwichesfor offering. Investors also CORWIN ELECTRIC

winners had to win two out of us. Tough work I The Frl. (ommumiil China, with 700 snapped up the offer of stock in
day tournament million people, the world' Communications Satellite Corp.In .
three games and many of the was won by m
DIVISION OF WEST COAST INDUSTRIES Jeanne but uuntrv, With June and pushed up prices
matches went the limit which OIly, our regular winner moM populous( i
1149 South 5th Ave. really made the Interest reachan Reina Rutherford was 3.691.(00(1) squire miles, H rank when it was listed on the ex. 969 NORTH 2nd AVE.

NAPLES all time high pitch. The win. second Jeanne won II out of next to Soviet' Russia and Canada change NAPLES PHONE 2-5165
PHONE 2-5136
ners. George Smith and John a possible 38 games. III arras 9. Prosperity made news The

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nsP .,q"g HI! II'SAill I ( ( ip) Tnlstile' Admitted- he IK
I ",' ". ,n hii fawn hard put to maintain Ms .".
rOIl, I ",.I, II' .cur'\ .. thuslasm ,

.51 ( OaVJMMQr vtp\\., Jt to use 10/" .lit ..r.I "Just .list wea* I had to shake

a I la myself up," he remarked "1
:?" 1 s fourth u'JI I "ItKild. ,
suddenly reall/ed I I had Um"
r ..dellSw .. CO'"vdrru".l, kvnela.hie .
sleeping| through the s >as"i"
iii I"loIrds, ,I... Now I have to find wilY u. krai i .
spa, ,r', I "Ill., IUl'h.d
awake It's nit
myself an earlinter
Chdl' .,.J 1 Ih1' .rt.'I.. "
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II ? 'plugs! h tlr Ix'I Still, Chamberlain I* pleased '4
:1111: ""J\p""l'ht'd\ HilI"KJ with the way his career husgone

Illn'. 'llIg bak 5"' and shows Ill! rest Iv eiio.ss

its .dlh. tlhasks I"". 01 under Mi MOM contract which
last, I h''' a thrpil'1.rd gives the studio complete ton.trol .

ny i'ung dtk's HuntsTi over. his professional d.stu
"h,' 11) .
e1, via dllh. IIl4ed
"The series has certalnh
.lid hued h1 Chsntber.
i been good for me," he re.
1.111 ''I I ills lelliaw ,t, tots
., marked, "UId the studio dan
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y.u. I \\0\ n" longer advan.
been helpful In providing mo
'I.m, Itl remain the.nil
III 1lean't think no with fMturM The' first one,
Twilight of Honor didn't rums
A "I 1 I III" 1,1 see II IT" floe
off wry Int..lnrly, but It did
vdsk Seal.I hr I rlnuneded on .
me no bam because no one saw
ran' L, dl lrne abnfbug."At
eLl< i inin: / ; KMfl \T: 11v yiii- 111\\1'' ;all. an) I n'" I iii.1.Idn'l like 10 see It. I MB proiMhu of the aecond

\'ami'i| i ni" i |iiiit ( ; ,.11dr, pi, ,. I II I ?'I I I. ? I.Ii II gl. If.. I'sei 'rh" are bet.ler think 0IIt 'Joy to the Morning' 1
L r" I ., II 1..1.,,',. It ougiit to be a rood ptr.
"f. MM.i", Multi l 1.,1 S t1 i I MlFlorida's .i 1"11"" wa "u 1'llig' 11 "
,, tUM. I STYLE Ai tins Carroll esker 'e I" Alluring
ii.- i.'uig/ .11 Ht' all'iii" has
111. ( ; 11111 performed
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t ,'I.. n". .'tI features syeful as she wears I ltun"'n8 outfit reputed 10 stIt's
l 'LhJvrv "lIlt I oIm.llnta to more V no turn up next
-- - I ., ,"'iIliiirll" iii. I tlr.l, film lhol" nioi') its vle actnrepertuun summer, lIe'd like to do a play nearly fifty thoul.nd dollars. .t London move premiere,

L2TOP1CS J1 ,.II"IIIJ'I. lit dunn, a lifetime. to flee his dramatic muscles

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People speak with nostalgia In 4 Years
of the good old days Now

more people are having more .
good day numerically than thc)
ever had ill the |past oday't BELLE GLADE (A PDa> I I her lest, what firmern here call
expectation of life is almost and night Mark amuke billows I itiwgrass land and showed a
double what it wa at the turn from the stack of ml&alve mtllti I slight Increase from $40 million
of the century At the age of and loaded tractor-trailers roar i ion I a year to $.> million.
30, the average life expectancy the country J'OIdI-.IIymhoU Three sttftr mllla were herein
is an additional 43 yean el the sugar InduMn llvell. I I I960 Now 11 employ more
The "good old day were nut hood oil muckland still thai was I han 10,000, plus about ZOOOCu.
for those with
good deformities plagued threw feet under water around I ban exiles who are experts both
rickets i and oricourgtd
with tuberculosis, the turn of the centur. I I'ji the nelda and In the mlUt

pneumonia, typhoid fever, dip It's sugar Urns around the Life also 1* chancing The ru.
theria, measles, scarlet fever, southern rim of Lake Okeecho. i rat serenity of the lakeside has
smallpox, mastoiditts and brain bee, and the IndtMtry presents I IFlorida' > with the beehive atmoa.
abscesa Today's days offer grewtes agricultural |>here al buain ss. Hoapttala
proof that over 90 million boom since the development of I lave been erected In nearbj ,..

Americans put:i infectious i::: ;: frozen orange Juice. K ta sprout tic*.. and In Belle made, which
have survived
wealth and Travelers Motor
big job and boosting< recently gal a
teases of infancy, childhood I and
land values 1 lodge and will soon have a
youth which I in 1900 took twiceas
many lives before the age of In the last decade that part I larger Holiday inn.
30 as compared with now. r In of the Everglades was famed Renting a house Is Mill dlttt

the "good" old days, the maternal for Its vegetable and cattle cult despite a Hurry of bulldlnf.
death rate was alarmingly Communal activity wu marked A Lakeshore acre which coat \ U
high in comparison with to- by a ...-.wln ; business cycle. '250 in 1905,now seUafor$3,000. I
At times, workers went hungry hinterland
Unimproved coats _
With the increase m _
great when winter cropa were harveat.
the number of persons living ed and puking houses cloaed $225 an acre t
well into their seventies, heavier for the "The sugar cane may be the
obligation are put on the mrdi- season answer to a major problem here _
cal profession ill problem area Since I960, when the United -be seasonal ups and downs of
formerly attention Slates halted Import of Cuban "
not given winter agriculture, says Rup
Vital statistics, which are Ala sugar the Florida sugar bowl ,art Mask, preeldent of a yin
tistics concerning human life around the lake increased four i liee bank he Matted while In
show \tiW in Utw country silts high sobota "Tiki\ banks
wSnen iW to are
ana lkit longer thai ia tkw t
reeling the result of the
any comparable country m the Palm COIIIIIt '. sagabrill
Beach ,
economy ,
and the banks reflect the
world And better
they enjoy $20 million In I960 eland
i-mstneas life al the "
health. Even so, many of the community
at |60 millionIn
ills that flesh 11 heir to have But accompanying this spiralng I
nut been eliminated. Many sir" the same period, the cattle business! urve is a sense of
business dropped from $12 mil.
series have not been conqueredand worry among cane (growers and L
research must K, on ceasi lion a year lo $6 million The nlll owners What (if the future N. _

testily' to ofh: ;:helot;> mcreav vegotjhk industry, after being They! ask Few make any solid
the level everyone displuied by sugar, moved far. predictions.

"It look like the biggest">I1) _
this area ever had," commented j r+'

Luther Jones, firmer, real .*.
tale broker and publisher of the
Belle Glade !Herald! "At this

point It's had t to see where It
will end."

PLUMBING Harry T Vaughn Sr., pr...
dent d the U S. Sugar Corp.,
and a veteran of 41 years In, the

Induet ry, aaldt "We here inFlorUh

SALUTESTHE The annual ar ovurpniducliig quota set by"Car A OK because

tress for Florida and Louisiana
U 911/410 tons But a U. S. De.
partment of Agriculture .. .

NEWIIolillay batty million mate puts of tOlla"hIM the and the two others production states In the at cape aria 1.. \s :H\:: it's built by

say growers need a qu'ita' of 1.4
million tons to market all the
Inn sugar from tlw fall ( nil' Efforts WILSON OWINGS AND BOND

quota yielded no result in the

Flurtuatlng unto prices pose

another peril In the Infant in. DUN.h .
dustry Betwem Novemher IMS
and March when the bulk of + '
the sugar cute was harvested, (
price per pound .

9.3 May rents to 7.3, dipping 10 8.5 in .:' ". ;'i.i :

Sugar, however, la known for "'
347 10th Street North Its Instability around the ..orld.A 4 NAPI.KS on your beautiful

Naples Ph.". 1.4359Congratulations ilotoaJ sugar sh"n<1(" foll'/wod

Fidel Caalro takeover In cu. New Holiday Inn, A
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arm to Pane |Ilr'IW' i Ir 'r r caul. ?* subcontractor, and other

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The George Smiths are tough three tricks end the set ,m

competition; bidding Is sound looks like tblst

and play usually superb. Hen NORTH

CONGRATULATIONSAnd J is a Smith example of botht S H-A-J
Board 9 played on November tQ:
I i I f. North Is dealer, E-W vul-

lie r able, WRIT AOTi
1-112 ;
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NORTH D-A 6-4 3
S-J 4 C-J C- none
M-A J 10 9
0-K 010CK

6 ? a-M 1 3H
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'o-.A= "109) 31J Dummy l now comes up wt b
era h
l 0 e
.die Diamond-8 and perm i

West to win with the Ace and
H-I1 to be In the lead. This pu r

[ umnt'"u. I In h ( t ; a IIr tier ht IhcnI C-aP.er o-j r Wilt in a spot with the Ject-

dare RII.s 1''. 11 \r ) \1' Iles, ,'I 'nr'' '' '' I II .I I d.tlldmpeJ Ilrmh daD to play the Hean-Kiu

,tIi Ihr ;1'drdl:'<,1.\. \ Ii ,,j I.. 11.1 ,j Il'cr' Nidi: .1I1'i'. I.tl II't rItnaltewa. George at Noah wtdi I 3 wldi the hope eventually mak-
HolidoYor1oVISIT! honor holding and a count of lag the Heart-Queen a takii
.10 "clnll the L'l' .It I n west' 1S1 (I II I n't S I I'I' III'r. 16 In No Trump, could haveopened trick. North (Dummy) tau! 3

ONE NO TRUMP. But with the Heart-Ace and fo'

By IRVING DESFOR 1..1.1' 11 ,,\ r "I'', 11' .' ttt .rd \Ifl, l I'I I | HI"t".r. s I i 11''u up tin he chose the safer course ofa lows up the good! K\.J'Ij.1-l.\1e\ ,

AP Ntwsftoturat ,Ll I n pL".r, II ,II t -. fay ,'rt sh Rr" .Kr ng v.mi .1 I I eke! s. ., asi Short Club; the doubleton of Diamonds and discs s

NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY MihbUs +"h11 \? i I.nah or >1 the. ,Swan/ i n.. I'" |1".1'i n illencinik. \ Spade Is dangerous. The Short South's spade 10-5.

can be a rewarding handle u, 11 "is flats i likiU. lo, helirm ,j luc, I '1" is .i 1 light, Club opening can get to N.T. Next go over to South's C ut -
expert in the Mill hrcc/ei. ".h'rL I. i''tunu' t i he w ,ikr. Rdiint ''
provided cansupplytbeneeded Ace and finish off the
for partner gar'Chin.
once camera fanswho ne run into nut in Oi ;x'n.Sometimrv t gin! pit lurt'- ,in iitus, die alai
stoppers In Spades. Here's what ha\
take the time fUr! \S--.astlt. > i i Hedges III Ills, tail iI Still Ih i' rcfloc you
Doris makes the orthodox response lefts
the effort and have the en bet. ttn 1'1-.1' '| nis 'r I'dnt .i u.ias' ..1 I ncSt t. end iher bright
TheHOLIDAY thud aim for shooting something hell" weigh In' ihr \trio"il head lights "I'' ..t t-.ucit I.. C .tmerjs. of One No Trump to MONTHS
different. In r.tum. the results lo gain IlrmnYou'II "w. Can hi sheltered In .!> 'runs ,n i show high card count of 9-11 -J
can ,be dramatic orunuwdlphotograph linl .i pnl 'gill +'r .. ndci with I II I I.". I I..i ..,<'.1| (f'n i a she actually has 11. The bid- H-J 10

le color or In buck and small 11""h11Ilhl'n hand) lo nlnd"w ,n., .II, 'r \tikui, not: ding then could go like! thlstPitt WEST (Air
T INN whit. h'. t type of ihoottag in set the shutter speed and I Ian I etl'. th. ,11'i, he I ?1'1"1. 1-1 H-O HYou'll s-",' ,
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which is aperture setimns > n II! i it'Irt.l i. II" 'n a slur
no one precis e x- IC I INT .Pass
ponur so thit a variety of exposures Of oiurKc d lighi ",11"I .i \ auible \. j'.''tern' anund Ilghl" iii night' 70 .Piss It 1.ASOUTH
nay l lead to a variety of tHiesxm ,in ill .L.nmg. I'! tic-.. I" d? ..1 .unalf all tNT hit 3NT All.piss .j
J effective hut me ..en"1In' low light! t ","t 'ICd 1 1 I. ., i 1"I'.c' "I window.seen
pictures, peelally in Haven't consulted with the agree that this is d ,
= olor.. levels ,is htNl 1 lor night' I lite wile Ilold'' I ii I In' front of
Smiths about the above pretty an end play set up at.
OPEN HOUSE A Murdy tripod U photography. ,A meter ihiuld. not the kitdunnt" .n exposure! and bidding, ,
fairly -
6n. but have times you have ever seen: :iou: ''
for night photography he pointed at the bright light pretol th" dIdr pattern played so many
sine we.... dealing with longer source in a scene since II will nil tin :Iieiii.Township' with or against George that the forces West Into the lead I .

-?- xpoturee. A cable rei...* IK give an inflated reading. Directit suggested la how they probably playing the Heart-8 which W
Today another helpful accessory: : to down for a nine an urnte reading communicated to,ame. Actually takes with the Heart-guest ,

prevent jarring AM. camera M the and then ant the result us a Passes there U nothing unusual E-W now has two tricks an,'

inatant of hooting.. Mil better basic cxrunurc. Bracket that exposure about this bidding. Nonethelessof a Spade lead to East's Kin,
And then walk across the road and hy shooting the same Ordinance To Get
I il I cable letease with a looking the nine teams which played settles the battle Declarer
device especially for "B" (bulb) scene with the lens opened wider. takes both the
this hand other in addition Ace-Queen of
then cloned down Rid Of Pet Lion only one ( -
see the beautifully decorated exposures. It keep the lens by one stop, Spades.
the Smiths arrived
to )
one Hop.,
open of lutornMlotUy seconds required for the without number Daylight type color film are WILLOW GROVE, Pa. (AP) at a N.T.,aml;die others stopped The average player rnigt,

Ratenbeg Model Homes the necessity 01 eenatant finger bt for pictures nf sunsets and Ablngton Township commla. short of game. The Important be confused by the termlio-,
loners I have passed an ordt logy "end-play". It mean
pressure. M twilt"' They are recommended thing is that Doris made
By the wy, do you know exactly also for night vhots in twice to get rid of Howardlautter's TWO extra tricks to Insure a handling the play to make an
how the "B" and "T" (for which fluorescent and neon' pet lion, Leo. Sautter top. opponent lead something whid;

time exposure) settings work' Ifyou're lighting predominates. Tungsten las until Dec 27 to immediate comply. Is favorable to you and WlfJ\-

I bit hazy about the dif type color films should he used Sautter, however will contest the RUL OF 11 orable to him. There are
announced he
for other types of arufclllli"'t"' ly three basic the
ferenc between Ihsni fewlliar- steps in end-
to the Since other lead
new law all the way no appears
lie yourself, with the operation ing after dark. However he
First Is the FAVOI
Supreme Court if llae.aary.Sautter' to be better we can assume play. ,
:T.fi' before you tackle night hooting.\ stymied hv the lack of the "fllhltype" any making Immediate ,
made opponent
vow waa that West makes -
of color film if an orthodox
an opportunity -
Do It by opening the" back of the
fit camera, looking through the len wises u> take night pictures Thursday night after the con. lead of the fourth high.. play something advantageous >
missioners adopted an ordl. Second Is STR1! 1 [r towardi a light and then : use whatever blur film ram I longest, strongest suit which you. "
5 jounce '' the nance banning keeping or main. taking all the safe cards ou
"B' camera
operating the end Ie t.tmll. 01 m \nur gadget ls the Dlsmond-5. This intro-
hb44 Check the" various stow hag' taming wild animals In the duces the ancient but Interesting of opponent's hands before" t'I>

peed exposures also. Many excellent "night" pictures township Violators fare a fine Rule of 11 subtract 5 from give him the lead. Third Is I
Incidentally, don't lake it for inn he taken at twilight.! up to $300, or five days in Jail.Paesace ; the THROW-IN. This leans>
11 and have six cards In
granted that ill tripods ire There i la enough light in the sky of till ordinance was you giving a trick v.
sturdy. A tripod should be t.. make good silhouette of the latest development tJa dta. the North,East and South Iwida.in opponent
checked fcy-, being aiasneil a* bridges, monument, buildings, pate that began six weeke agK .the Diamond suit\ all higher\: can take anyway andHch! /
etc In additlfMi you may get the when the commissioners da. than the Dlamond-6 which has places opponent In an embarrassing

lights of vehicles, street hilt Id- dared Leo a public nuisance, been led. Declarer at South lead position.In .
ing and bridge, lamps for the and told Sautter to get rid of now sees that Dummy had four the above dissertation, YOU

night/ allnll"phr re. him. A petition signed bv 55 of these and that she has the can clearly see all three'" I't'-.

In Home irtsci. the numt ettec township residents prompted remaining two. Thus her Dla- play principles; playu..' 1 iI,.

lives method IS i by douhle expoiure. the action. mond-7 will hold the trick and Clubs Is stripping, surrendering -
The camera .6 11111,1\ butter, who keeps the lion In to West's Dlsmom' ,.
This is
anchored .in place and .i I partial, his backyurd, said lie thought so plays. an Important forces West to do you .i ,.>*a
the ordlname unfat play contestants might\ !
exposure IK shm of the ''Ines it was" /. ; many
with Dummy's (King favorj; leading a high Mean
; fi.t( ., twilight. The lens II> coveredand rRrNEw come up losea Insures you a later fires cc ii,I
and thus might eventually
camera returns m pliuc-
should need It, or Ire,. rep
until I darkmss nets 11Ill" th,' rouR Diamond taker. The next step you
lights come on. Then the I lens DRIVER'S UCmt '! 'k Is to set up South's Club. This a small Spade sets up a ,'our'< '

tap tt is len >Vl'd and the bslam t. DURING row 1 Is done hy taking North's Club finesse for you. And fun I I.
of the made "n tin s ,nic' the throw-in to West's remain-
xposur BlRiH MONTH K-t;', leave the Club 9 to get
iM Ohm hack to South. N-S now has ing good Heart-Queen.
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DO YOU like to rehearse \ Christmas recipes-> Thenm, \ I Is
i ifhl enjoy lr\in| thi* SlfUmr.l!

Cr.nbern Toted at Pudding MU house now, we hound % //fl'

,that although u hn the mo mirxmrc I
lustoniars m "uih pod
.I.tlnjJ, u war \hghl under thr
,'ik and to |o downhh' ugl h

? T lon, ,icrmne ik palled I 6v i 1r, .
ifw ranbeninn remain a 1'1"1'e,1'
,,lot and get i e a polka-dot nicu t 1.
AlWlHflJl the hernea also add rrltrshmitt
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I M{ nd Sauce plain 01 emhel-' !

\,hough! we .pe,.ifv, R to I I.
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J ,rid, II'. I good idea to runt\ e4
1K1a ,'n g terunfs if it i I' offered a*

the only des.erl, 12 aemnaa il
,there "I other sweets on your
Or.TIIERS,1810; RS will njipiouh\ \ ( new Hull- holiday' table

,, day Inn from the Trail *n routs to the heart ofNn'plet.


I 112 cup lifted Hour
-...--.... .,. : : teaspoon baking CRANBrRRY DDIM.t '' Ih .
KEEL The lowest and prlncl. (STRUT> protecting the pro.peUer WAY Movement
of vessel ,
12 1 teaspoon salt t>fme and n served with (lard S.uu' i' I I", .I I I n
pal timber of a vessel running and often supportingthe
through water.
Naples 14 cup **i|.r right now and Jt holiday tlmc, .,
tore and aft, and supporting rudder.
OnBoating Is under way when not
Tips ( ) 4 cup Nut dry bread crumbs
the frames.LATITUDE at anchor, or made fast to 1 2 .a.. I to the hilf. < the
Flotilla SPRING LINE A line usedat tesapotiM keep level a up thickness heuci-n 2 pies ro "l
.. Distance north and a dock to keep a vessel I 4 ewp .Iwntr, *f msfiartne mold Remove' mold (rum water wax paper Chill. Cut inio\ di

USCGAFrom I south of the equator. from moving ahead or astern. WINDWARD The direction or 2 f||* and 11'1001 for .IS minium hn> nurd .li+|Ui, Chill until rem1\
I eup milk mold and serve' warm ,, nh (Hint to aervtT .

LEE The opposite to that from SPRING TIDES The highest and Mows side from which the wind 2 cup cranverrlee, coarael) Sauce, M.k.0 I 12 serving. .made belly leevei, Make u

which the wind blows.LET lowest of tides oc. clwpped paper pattern In the nharw of
Chapfflan's Nautical Die.ttonarjr temporary partitions to sepa. course Sift toiether the flour baking CRVVBFRRYH\RDJUCF hull l Ies\e., l are t. .ui.<.li. t.'
the following ira but rate parts of a vessel The inclination of a vesselto corning every new and lull YAW The motion of a vessel powder, silt M4 ufar. Stir in .1 lablespoonebutteriKiMrgmine- ml lfovo (nun rollednii,, bard
a' very few of hundreds of moat moon when she goes off her course bread crumb and mere Cut 'in soft eaucfTe .
mod terms in boUmin'i :BULWARKS Wood work around one side.LONGITUDE butter until mUhtre resemble .t
par. STAFF A mast usedto tablespoon ewtbert JUKInHkiail moke lew, Cm 2 \ini p.shout -
pole or
lane vessel above deck. Distance east or hoist flags upon. New InformationOn tears cormneal. fleet r||> with 1 4-iIKh wide and 4 ,im n" -
west of meridian of milk te blend and add, all at 2 cups (1''thltI' i unto,nutters' hint, tan rolletlnil hurt .i.-i
ABAFT Toward the stern 1 BUOY A floating cask, or pieceof Greenwich once, to the .
or England. STANCHIONS of Smoking To He dry ingredients, lilt .u.rI 'Fold' strips, larefulh in\ urdu' (II'
rear. wood, attached by a rope Upright posts until I entirely Mended. Fold in I 4 ,teaapoon almond tetrad keep fold", f.mndtfd.. I'liui 10"
to an anchor to show its post. wood or metal, supporting Made Public Soon cranberries. Spoon minute! Into a Turn the amt ., ',
LUBBER LINE The fore and beams butter eranbern'tutee nether ( ItvopH, of b"v ( i\ulimited
of vessel Also
ABEAM TO the *ld.. tlon. Also floated over a shoalor aft line of a WASHINGTON (AP ''SI well-buttered I t '2 quirt mold, into a miilng bowl I I. Ornd- compass.MILE any upright supports for rails, ) ,
dangerous place as a Cover tightly. uilly bait In with h. .. '. ,
nlfleant Information" a spoon u ilh" strip' \\h shout I :"ui ii
AFT Near the stern. beacon. A nautical mile is MO bulwarks, tops, etc. the subject new of smoking and on Put filled mold into i kettle, ins aitwoth,.nMihtonf. .'''"WII' wide. mid 2 "uivlu'M l 1.,ii|. I'I.pr.
add boiling water to come halfway iur to "mete l minim, that win under how to mak how ",..d N "
of of latitude health
will be
a degree made
generally -STARBOARD The aide ota public
right on
AMJD6HIM In the center,either 'i CLEAT A piece of wood or ,060 feet ,.... Jan. tl, a joint up tide of mold. Cover kettle be kneided. Roll' out to I 4-iikh Notch end, il demiodCOLLIII .,
or approiUmately forward. publlc
looking prlvai*
with reference to the ihlp'ilength metal fastened on different and steam for I to ) 1 ') houra ,,
or breadth. parts of a vessel to whichto 1,000 yards council said today. Add boiling aster n
secure ropes, STERN The after end of a The date 1 I. the first annlver. necessary I COUNTY NIWJ, Niplti, fl.! Suodtf, DK w w I II. lt4 .5C I

ASTERN In the direction of J NEAP TIDES Low tides, oar vessel. vary of a report by the surgeon

the stern, or rear, the opposite 'COAVONGS Raised work around curing at the middle of the fonaral's advisory committee * *
which said cigarette is Best Are Found
the stern, or rear, the op. the hatches to prevent water moon's first and last quar. i SURF The breaking of the smoking : Buys J
a health hazard The
tarlower new
posits of ahead. going into hold. than mean or sea upon the shore. report
average highs, and higher than la expected to be a follow-up to

BEACON A post or buoy placed 1 DRAFT The depth of water average lows. TAFFRAIL The rail arounda that one : TODAY AT WESLEY G. DOWNING Inc. Jjf
''PAINTER A rope attached to ship's stern. The announcement came from
over a shoal, warning of dan. which a vessel requires to
ger. Also a land signal mark. float her.FENDERS the bow of a boat used for the National Interagency Coun. *' FOR UtE LOOK AT THIS! *
making her fast TRANSOMS Piece of timber ell on Smoklnf and Health
*' till WatrrfroKl Lot 120' ** the water, essurete..awdl In. Ready far building.
BEAU A ,.....1.. width. 1 Canvas covered cork across the stern-post to which which Includes the UJ. Public *' IU.eOO Juat four blerka from the Beach First Are Me. real ekes and ,ull, fur.niihed. -
Health Service and
or wood:or material J'PORT The left side of a res.eel they are bolted. certain oth.
look forward. er well Ready far you le wove Into. *'
as government agencies as *'
of floor hung over side of boat to
BILGE That pArt the prevent -
TROUGH A vessel lies In the a* a number of major voluntary Uz.aoo-rr..II" Coop apartment In the Harbour Club. l Decorated>> tad furnUhed *'
of a ship which she would chafing *'
rest upon [{RUDDER That by which a ves. trough of the sea when down 'agencies In the health and ed. I I. eacellent taite. The ailing price I. less them tilt aparlmrat. rout and

IIl(1'0und.BONNACLE. A r.clptlcl.pllced ,i GALLEY The place where cook. gel or boat Is steered. in the hollow between crests,
Dear the helm containing the Ing is done. She baa "broached" broadside Font, chairman of *' I2S.JOO-OPEN each DAY (M Wedge urine Three brdruuma, l t. a bath, rrmlral *

compass, etc. I RULES OF THE ROAD The to crests.TRUCK I!the council, Invited newsmen to keitlac and ,...11".. Overaliee I.. ear .or.,.. ]t
international regulations for i a meeting Jan II and aside
rail of
BLOCK A piece of wood or a boat.HATCH upper preventing collisions at sea. A piece of wood or ''The purpose of this meeting 1s *' WESLEY G. *
metal at the head of I I to to the nation
metal with sheaves, wheels, placed report sljnlfl. *' Wesley 0. DownIng|
(SCUPPERS Holes cut In masts with hole sheaves 'i cant new *
water or
thru which the running rig or HATCHWAY An nr1nt.r:; education:: Realtor & 1aI L.
ways for water to run from for algnal halyards to run thru. I from : .1 DOWNING 'ry.
passes. opening In the deck to afford Ii
the dick, I i and research programs la :
and down. Cover
passsge up
BREAKERS Waves broken by TUMBLE HOME A ship's side I i smoking and health. .
ledges or shoals. ings called over hatches.these openings are |SHEAVE The wheel or block when they fall inward at the top During the past year, a broad : ASSOCIATES : *

thru which the rope run. toward the .'1'11. i rang of programs at the na.tlonal .
BULKHEAD Strong partitionsIn iI I state and local levels has 708 5th Ave, So. MI 22179CONGRATULATIONS Rufus D. Burnh m J

the hold of a vessel to HEAD Toilet compartment. 5KEG Timbers used to deepen WAKE The track or path a I been Initiated to Implement the Jack Love, Jr.
prevent water filling all parts the after pari of the keel, or vessel leaves behind her when i recommendations of the advls Jt
in case of accident. Also HULL The body of a vessel. a metal or wood extension, running. ail com mitt..'. report he said. * * * * * * * * *

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AF New.T em ee *>.... VIVIAN BROWN
Wet' Yatts People T1ti.
Young people are planning for a big social season AP Neweftotwrtt Writer

this winter. You can tell just by listening to t group Want to be pretty with a geed fftwe and a cUer-ttteWnf brUn?

Chores Grades, planning a party several! panics. "Well ai many at Learn to eat properly.
Students Feel/ Home
we can cram in'*" Slid one girl.! Most teeitefe girls return to school with a large wardrobe of

What the girls were mainly concerned with, believe it clothe, the Latest knowledge In current Me and fashions In hairdos -

or not, ii etiquette "Ar people makeup\ and clothee. Yet few know how to balance their diets
By. KUOBNE: GILBERT II, of Dallas Texas, thought ateenager wearing long glows now*" "la
PreeMeat Gilbert Youth with chorea also "will it more proper to tend t written to keep complexion clear,
invitation thin to 1IhWith -'" other matter and hive the final eyes' sparkling and their figureIn i The four groups are milk;
Reeetrch, Inc. tend to take on schoolwork ae a the new air of propriety eay. It doeen't work If there are healthful thtpe. meat: vegetable-frsit; bread and
responsibility' lid take pride In that girls are aeauttinthey llnle children In the household
le the cereal..
The teenage girl i
doing a job well" Fourteen went to know"the reel tntwtrt." who would be dleturbed.
Parents who avoid giving theli r yr year-old Gary O'Shaughneaev, of te one purl putt it. "la It. tllly idea to give a poorest fed member of the' Mite Brown auggeeta that

children responsibilities beaus I Winnipeg, Manitoba, said such a Hue art tome quotient thai party at home suggesting family', aay' nutrlMonlete. Teenagers ahotild plan to use
In\ might Interfere with occured te the group who've ..- female Writ love to dress up Recent research shows thatnutrl.nts :
theli r
four of milk
youngiter "probably will I elded that they' son corral \M and If they aft a pretty dress for or more cups dally.
studies appear to be followlni, study harder and do his homework whole social teeton, if they' get Chelse ... they'd love to stow most commonly lacking Milk Is our leading source of
the wrong road. more freely' because he Is an early' titrt. But dill peeeeprobleaw. If off." In tten-tger't diets are calcium calcium and the easiest availableway
Take It from the peopli,Ii. and vitamin C, points out Esther
young used to working" A child with to get needed nutrients 'In
Half and Half Brown home economist at the
themselves: ,
respontlblll i.t home responsibilities "can appreciate Don't Cancel A. Why' not girls for .ail, and of Illinois. eatable servings without extra
ties around University
home don't hur I
what an education Is and "If you plan a party' end in- boys inform!? Ever if a boy calories
rive of 10 girls and 2
their studies. In fact, they bill|D i that their parents can't give them vita people early', and then get e owns t dinner jack' ., he has the every Two or more servings of meat,
them to get better grades, r everything and that they have to wonderful invitttion to do tome- expense of having It cletned. of every' 10 boys get less than 1 fish or eggs each day Is the I

How do we know? Because w<. work for It," was the opinion of thing else, can you legitimately If h.'. t growing boy h.'Il have two-thirds of the dally recommended recommended requirement In
call the thindii off without to borrow a suit unless he can calcium these findIngs -
questioned 1292 teen-agers 01 n Victor Shear, a 17-year-old' from the meat group, although dry'
living tn scute1"A. afford a new one. Girls get
the subject-and the replies lit\ + from research suggest.Iron beans, dry' peas and nuts may
Bethesda, Md. No thtt wouldn't be cricket. quilt a bit of wear out of evening
no doubt about their feelings. /lt ail 0d Among the girls, Karen But if it means that the other gowns that can be remodeled Is also low In many' teenage occasionally' be used as alternates .

table 83 per cent said tha OeBell, 17, of Denver, Colo., gathering would leave tome of dyed and so on. But t boy't suit diets. A serving Is about two
your guests in doubt, do it pretty' temportry. Some young' girls do start backto
being responsible for speclflec said a teenager who It "usedto you or three ounces (without bone) of
v have t leguimttt excuse for "If boy brings alcohol should school with vigor and full
chores around the house helped 1 lean cooked meat, poultry or
having things expected of him postponing the party But don'tcancel you pretend you don't notice, or
them do better In school What'., or her will find that It carries out for the season, If you' should you' tell him the truth quota of vitamins due to the fish; two eggs; one cup of cooked

more, 94 per cent of thosi, over Into school work." A similar want to keep your' friends your parents ire against It and watchful eye of the home chef dry' beans, peas or lentils; or
Questioned considered It Import view Wit expressed by "It there any reason why' you it will upset them if they find during vacation time But once four tablespoons of peanut butter. ,
ant that they be given sucrresponsibilities. can't just Invite all the boys and out?" on her own tt the school lunch Teen-agers should plan to''
II Marjorie J Johns, 16, of girls you want without making A. Ouettt shouldn't bring alcohol -
In actuality 81 I counter she begins to skip foods have
or more dally servingsIn
Kokendauqua, Pa., who said: "It the number of etch come out Into your home.
per cent already perform assigned establishes a good pattern to even?" the Isn't In the mood for or In the vegetable-fruit group A

tasks, ranging from washing follow In everything," Likewise A. No reason it ill, except the Interest of losing weight. To citrus fruit or other source of

the ear and taking the 18-year-old' Margaret Pierce of tome people just won't hive a get energy she often replaces vitamin C and t dark green or '
garbage out for the boys tc good time these foods with snacks that offer deep yellow' vegetable that
Louisville, Ky.' with this com- "Do you' think people should Holding Off Wolf provides |
washing the dishes and cooking mentt "Because such persons PlY mention to girl who have nothing nutritionally (except vitamin A should be Included '

for the girls. learn what Is expected of them 'mtdt on?' If a girl absolutely calories.) In the diet at lets! every'
Do the teen-agers get paid for and try to do It." hates mother girl should you' invite Takes Tact, Skill Whatever else Is eaten the other day.' One-half cup of vegetable
what they do for their parent.? the two to the ttmeptrty?' most reliable food plan to supply or fruit Is considered a
Among minority opinions were A. If the be
they ire type to
Only 34 per cent said Ai, Gilbert Youth Service adequate nutrients In the teens
yes. serving A portion is equal to
those of Margaret Harprlng, 14,,,discreet about their feelings, it
to when children should begin also of Louisville, who thought doetn't miner. They might even When college girls crowd Into, It the Basic-Four pattern one medium-sized apple, banana,

receiving home assignments, (0 begin dishing out responsibilities be only putting a napkin at each' children with home chores mend the tear But if one would a dormitory room for i midnight[ suggests Miss Brown. oranre or potato

per cent thought It should be when the youngsters are plate tt dinner, but even that 1 "worry about things more" and make the other feel miserable gab feat, It's likely that one topicof -- I

between the ages of six and 13. under six years of tget At Lisa helps" Philip Angelnl, 17, of Randolph, spoil or guettt the party.took sides, it could discussion will be how to

And here's something for Nurlck 17, of Chevy Chase, Md. Boys and handle wolves'.
girls were equally Mass., who thought a youngster' "Whl' about the boy you Invite
parents to ponder. Fourteen percent explained Its "Any Job helps I certain that home responsibilities with 1 home responsibilities to a party? Should you try The girl's predicament when

of the boys and girls felt child to grow into a responsible were of value tn Improvingtheir "sometimes has too much on topreptrt everything in advance, confronted by a wolf Is both

their mothers and fathers should adult. At ace four the lob may school grades Joe Wood, his mind." to he Itn't neglected? Or should personal and universal: How can
you invite in extra girl to keep
1 nim company?" (EverybodY you' keep the man's friendship essr.erl Q flues
laughs tt the point.) and continue to have dates,x

A': That would be pretty mugs without being pushed to extremes .:1 '
ntnimout and almost unheard of, ? kilri1wj
and we're sure you wouldn't do it / \
Girls t 1 who have
BUYSare anyway I: could bt ritkyt!
BETTER "Would it be too ridiculous to weathered such emotional storms

have t holiday party it midnight have some sound suggestions.Be .
i imy
?" cautious, they say about :
from A. No, many young' people give solo-type dates such as h, I IiN
midnight bretkfttt parties. Teens IHI
agars surely wouldn't find it television-watching and beach jy N ;
ridiculous But parents art in- parties, and get Into group
BIn activities instead Sports can be

( V2tt&iflc3 'S fc<2/Ux help.When ;ry

f Puppets Fight a tete-a-tete session can't

be avoided
a girl's manner may

School Drop OutIn hold the wolf at bay.' Some luck)

O girls have such t queenly'tttltude
the APPalachia area of North' that even the brashest are In-

Carolina, t Ctrl Scout troop hte 1 tlmldat.d.t .
SandsHere ; .
Coquina found the beet approach to th. But what about the enthu-

1. dropout problem Is through elastic, all-round girl who -an'tI
It en ideal buy on the market for the first humor. They've put together a I maintain a cool I, htnds-off

time Located tt 525 Yucca Road this three bed. puppet show, In which there art, attitude'' She might tn a show of

room and two tile bath home features a large whimsical character named Hep I surprise mixed with t touch of

12 x 23 ft. Florida room In addition to a large Home and Income Cat, Speedy' Fox, Grandma Cow,, disappointment "'(ou seemed CAt

tcreened porch. The home it carpeted' throughoutwhich and Fluffy and Duffy' Rabbits,>, like such t marvel-I knew It

adds much to the beautiful Interior. A Urge THE BEACHWAY 287 Eleventh Avenue South. whose message really digs. was too good to be true." This I .

utility room ties Into the house which conveniently A fine looking Hotel consisting of eight bedrooms Originally planned for presentation kind of remark may do the trick. \
In school auditoriums the
houses 'the electric water heater and wether. The and tour baths. This Income property has ', In more drastic cases a glare the bottom of the chimney /
kitchen la on the first floor a living room, kitchen with puppet show, product of the that says "Now I know vou're A luxurious carpet by Bigelow ../ t
fully electric and extremely convenient. new double oven ranire. Two bedrooms num.bers Plsgah Girl! Scout Council, now completely craty'," may hold him Sintt't glad he time to this houseThere' e 1s.
You will like the house and Hi location In travels to outlying rural areas 1 a brand new Birelow on the
Coquina one and two have twin beds and private off, but this must be counterbalanced floor. Nothing revives t tired St. Nick e
Sands. Priced at only $25,000.00. baths Bedroom number :3 has double bed and via Scoutmoblltt. by pleasantness on the like a luxurious cushiony Bigelow tt \

portable electric heater Also a rear porch on next date, If the dates are to chlmney't end. Why not do Santa a m .
favor and your whole family I e
the first floor. Second floor houses bedroom No. continue.
too. Get them a Billow torCbrtatm.
Excellent Offerings 4 with twin beds bedroom No. I 5 has a double Girls Take Fortunately for the girls in the ... There't a style .carpet. a color f

This bed with two closets, bedroom No. 6 with double on dilemma, this kind of Jockeying for any decor a price to tit everypuree ,,
beautifully landscaped home IS located In the C'M
bed and rear entrance. Bedroom No, 2 has Home Responsibility usually takes place If at all on \
Ridgevlew lakes area at 340 Fifth Avenue North. twin beds with lavatory and No. 8 has double the first few dat... .;....,,!
Unique In design this home comprises approximate. bed with lavatory. There are\ two complete Teenage girls may start us.Ing If the girl- Is successful In BIGELOW RUGS & CARPETS

ly 1 1800 square feet of living area It has three baths on the second floor. There are large closets lipsticks at 13, but thai I avoiding the Issue, and In themeantime
throughout. Central heat throughout. doetn't necessarily prove they, "People who know buy Bigelow"Sawyers
bedrooms and two baths A Urge 16 x 26 Florida concentrates on thow.
Guest house included In the price of $42,600.00. ere frivolous. A survey b y
room enhances the Florid. design. The house Is This price includes furnishings with exception Americas Girl Magazine says' ,, Ing what delightful date the la, Carpet & Tile
heated with electric radiant heat built Into the :[ the boy may like her ao muchi
of personal silver and clothing. before all 13, more than 61 percent 1949 Davit Blvd
floors. Two reverse cycle air-conditioners keep of the girls have cooked that he now won't risk jeopardis [sat Naples MI 2-3583
tug his stains favored date,
as a
the home comfortably cool In hot weather. The 800 Banyan Blvd. meal! for the family with no

kitchen is equipped with dishwasher, built-in range assistance, and more than 43
New U S. Steel home located on 800 Banyan
oven and built-in
a cent hive dune
refrigerator. per the food
Hlvd. This home overlooks the Golf Course It
The beautiful lawns and landscaping are serviced hns three bedrooms two baths, large family shopping.

by an underground, sprinkling system. Priced at room. Price of $31,500: includes carpeting and They're monty-mtkers, too.. FREE comsriN6;
only $26,500. drapes. By the time they're teens, !57p.i

cent have earned money by doing

Old Naples CharmThis non-family Chores, and 68 per
rent have bibv-tit for other

beautiful 4 bedroom home is located in the charming color of families Children. 15 Ft. Cobia Sprint

Naples at 263 Ninth Avenue South There are three large baths. The

living room is large, roomy and comfortable and a separate dining Boat
room ad loins. Alcoves open off of both ends of living room each
10' x 6'. The kitchen is all electric and has an 8.8 x 5.4 1>> screened porch

off the kitchen. There is delightful closet space throughout and a Murray Tilt Trailer
large 22.6 x 13 screened porch. This home Is ideally l located'and extremely

nice. Priced at only $29,500. Call us.

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armies of Federal Gen battered from the (ft l Ijh:- s
fcrge H. Thomas the "Rock tng at Franklin. pulled up at

hlckamauca.." and Confed- Nashville in early Deceitxi.!
.I I 'I i bruits iereip In the a month of "Ionrda; s" 101ul11oo
t Ie Gen. John B. Hood ready for the showdown. '
carne : n'it 5'uh Mintry. the lakes turnI'Lck. a proper craft A long day
B tOjJace ai Naahvl! e LOG The fight didn't occur mimedlate'y txiept; on sunny day In the food old days was about
Irs ago this week.nd however. Hex' 1's ; HIM lu like.. polished plata ds'b"us U hour long with m time for

| as a result, the long- army was nearly spent and he l i The water le 1 thick Dip coffee breaks, cigarette breaks
cted showdown was im- dug his men In to await: <.!eve- i ii \in and you hart to pull and "ahop talk" braaka There
f In Tennessee, to make lopments. w ) n iii An water apptoachta 86i. were about 25 ribs to be cut
break Hood's bold Invasion Thomas, meanwhile, still did i. n .*. *. its dtnalty Inc,....... from a spruce stump every
|the state at a time when not consider his army quite -"w; Is the time for caution plank had to be beVeled at the
federate forces elsewhere ready for an attack. Each day a a v i ippeil-ovtr boat can mewl edge over 5000 ticks needed
e loath A human survives scant hammered In 3000
he to be and
orders from
e fighting a defensive los- General -
d a $ 'iliieo minutes In water doM to screws put In placa After the
S. Gram In Virginia -
;ar.ia Ulysses
,.r 11a Iw In-tiling point. Yet, there boat Itaalf took ehape. ,tha builder
showdown had long been to attack Hood, hut Thomas w i- a thrill lo being afloat under still had the decks, gunwales,

sloping. All during late No- waited. .Y 5555 h Conditions aaata, yoke oara andlocll.,and a
iber, as Hood came march- Gram, showing a rare streakof On the lid day of November paint job to think about.
northward Into Tennessee nervousness insisted that a- under i a winter sunset of purpleind

Alabama with an army Thomas attack, and still Thomas orange, 1 carried small FITTING COLORS
.0,000 old "Pap" Thomas delayed. Grant wrote out PIPE I T HIP U' A T LEFT ShO" y a Yo1ii" '.1 "or, IU" ,. '-- T. I." 'tt. r ten and io..n I colic that one ink i guide boat to the lake It Many fuldatoala ware painted a

worked feverishly at Nash- an order relieving Thomas of pUP 'send from Ift..a.' no' S, ti ... .. ntu plate of a"otc Th, do., ., 'rn b. Msa ", ."dln'Ort oIldeup, Inglandto ii I the water with a smart spiel suIt blut-crttn color which fades
ro gather an to re- command then rescinded (It, nil\ I <.s.1d aa lightly aa a gouteuiitM to a beautiful "Adirondack blu."
army ---- -
:he foe.federal but even then Thomas refusedto on the smooth Jet ..".. over the yaara Others were
I"' 0' I-aim ripple washed a. varnished with dear lacquer,
troops had converon attack before he (felt he was :Na,I,.\. n e with orders relieving ''f wjs hard to tomnmlvr tl h.' ,.'." v 1 the shore, fracturing fra. showing the tint graining and
the city from all dlrec- ready. "If General Grant should Thomas and putting I ogan 'Nuts' Yank General Said 1 otlnaly. tO. >earn W O ,mi stns,: sheets of let The liquid workmanship to advantage. A-
;, and as they arrived,Tho- order me to be relieved, he In rsvr.ud" i .. Leila\! and ti Weiss i ni vrid ts" lI11 kip muant that Freene.n wastar few others warapalntadadurabltCraan
organlzed them into an ef- wrote to Washington "I win But Logan's orders were never vltaw mittwl i rosin towel I tISS ii' This might be inv last or black Average length
ive fighting organization submit without a murmur., delivered On December/ "qvi! M" area In (hi' 41.I I h"\II' ii niw before aiiothtrs ran between U to 16 feet al.
d I"'ii "s The sm .. ti, imifllis "'"110'1 mine round smaller
this required time HAIL STORM 14, 'hc weathet broke, warm To Demand To Surrender though pactmans occur
arras had sent Gen. John Finally on December U, air came in, and Thomas sent TIle weight on a large guide
- --- -- - - - the attack boa >0
) might run aa high aa
chofield Into southern his
Ten- Thomas considered army off a telegram: to Washington, V.VSHINCrON\ : AP) Well (litredown II'' i the ,10'1" 'I' s i ting 104-inlle Ii' .litmus' I)0' I i I'll&,hiid off from the dockml pounds, a light one U low U
ca to delay Hood, and hebhed ready to attack. But as he was "The Ice having melted away ( to I I'' It was a .>all( .. *' 1 1'itk'1 al! hit' \ elided silently out, marvel. 4J
maybe t 20) tears la a long limp
grateful y as Schofield preparing. the assault, a great today, the enemy will be attacked rcmembri a battle, the blood So i ilaast "' ,r., 'gym' ,\ toSS iI, t I Mallngrad With ret a mil. lint ox always) at the iratmaiwiitr The oara sat long carefully
euvered and fought against hall and steet storm coveredthe tomorrow morning." the guts and, the glory h""'n men Involved evtnlvially It and mantuvtraMlli) of tntviuomiaik balanced and overlapping atv.
d at Pulaski, Columbia and area with Ice, and he wait He went to bed In a Nashville U Is even longer to remember The I I' W III 111.I ',\II\ wa mete under rawer of fog a I guide boat Each aral inches This make for
skills By early December ed again. Gram, at the end of hotel. leaving word at the the heroes maybe WvKllhad 'I"I"'e I > dial! and tsh i thai was std lo lift for gt"si l ( ,'umry or part of the country aaalar and attar croas.rowlng
I mas had an army bigger his patience. dispatched Gen. desk to call him at 5 a.m. But ho heroes remember 1" i I v .n In Huliriiiin's. mill", ,! Dec:, 14At fashions' its own peculiar method Fancy beta might port a pair
Hood's. John Logan from Washington The showdown time had corns each other the guy who was hub t"a I IU"n" "g/eetl n .d.\ HID Baltllng Bs". short' on rte i /I and amm IInl.t ( world. In UM Everfladea, a strip of thick car.
tarlM : t Slat I fo\lllli the pi Ida ill the Oe r- the Senilnolta hew cypreaa dug patina on the bottom. tinder

r"'i .\.:,," ", i.:: :, .. i ." ,, V. Wh<," Hi f .n vi l a mil I loiindwl nun army to t sundetlll. At "m. In Japan, sampans ply aklllful hands, a guldtAoet will
'" by Otinijiiiid called, 'ipon Ineurrenlrl lone aa Baatucna held out andS the rivers Canoes wart the move alone at seven milts an
Qe'a* t! 'e Resfehce ,l "ii hen' snunnuulingmime threat",lid. be to raaiippliad It wa a uiik' i raft of our nortlweaattrn hour I
o/en2 ., Hi" I Hi i IK Gun Anthony tlona. German nmmunlia- In.luns readily adapted by the The old builders are mostly
C, M1' drill'I :' |1""Id.i, notewilih "iit" invadtr There.... dead now, their rational erafta.manahlp .
And It did hold out, while the
: i u, i I Isr, mi a part III" Shutun sits< II11 ik a in Malay, Junks In China, In many casts burled
whole nation settling downs'I i iUK
in' '' 0""u'. tirlmiiiltnea In Britain and guide with them A few, however atilt
Christmas holiday, cheerwlthat 1
',' "T' 'I'H < ,cm i man Commandtri i'odin in the Adirondack. know the secrets and carry on
"NuiM"! scornful rejection of ihi> HI _I hull about Il4lbythefa.mous the irada Old guldfboate
Carman iliUm alII"'. "Nutsl"The '
s Tht -- "na' >l* 10 or Ift mid.dto Cheers have Sewerand guide MichaellibaltUtha art valued collector's llama
fz: grown guide boat caught on like 'count today New fuldt-boala art
at:<"In-"'n were atttndlnc has
wti le
a > generation
roiling to a new garbage dump. bringing high prices Lucky
a 11M" ui prtHiram commtnt"*
'wn |III which Hastofnt Is a
gi tip
It was a boat portaM by ont Is the who own one.
stint the -otii anuiver'ai"> of hiM, laeaon parson
fyPdmet9A !rI the denims i campaign; KiUtlt Tire try program andnd The menwttss nun, Slater and atrottftr thenranae.and.ltdlnNNy

of the Pule", Daipmb 1941 were at Dantufiiv drifted j herder to King Alfonso XIII. of Spain
r ayns.rted, | liv I inn Cii'iiue W '..li.Inajtof Inillrl"
out unniXliad by th'* chattlnirAt LAM old aulde.bast t builder, begin his reign on the day
Ansorlatl lIfet
r Chapter, nfflrara
my he was bornWere
slab Chess, figured It talk him
( Ui Hod St las Army," i
Mi'.Vullllr "' ii piwsant Th ir''.
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i, :!'Can Airplane Bombers Be Stopped ?

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I R Bv DON OAKLEY takes PJ.eel but It could which CM never be known

4 t rrt Newspaper Enterprise Aun claim dMlfntn of the there were also. by FBI
if cout-7M bomb hoaxes In
; ;, l'IIE sulK j, II lOllliliei- the bdesappproved I by the .less than three years between v
'Iei (, : ( ,il nil'port. .M I mi uir- the Federal! AvIation Agency September 1M7 aid

Inn (' li (. i' k i 111 winter, and installed at airports March .... One airline exec

.t Iq' nN \Miyli mid ticket, No such chamber exists. utlve estimates the cost of
but a small model each false bomb report st
1'11"11/:1'1'/: i !hug1111'11 ,place exploded
stout $10,000 p
r> t them on a conveyor belt It Is Oath powder "bombs"before a\ > v T t
a routine procedure. per pilot and official observers This says Chromallo. is
i f just what it would cost for
; fnntu'd thousands of times a
i'v day, The system works by using one of its explosion chambersFor
electric and magnetic waves $40 million it says every
M one point however
N t of
rah baggage belt
.tnt4' d\\ d\ from the crowded ter -beamed for a fraction of a airline conveyor
tr initial I. a large heavy.waller) second-to burn out the every at every be airportIn ...nw r
M. America could
chamber. squats over the belt wires connecting a bomb's wS
As tarn piece of luggage/ en. primer cap to its batteries. tected '
Again the FAA has its own
( l tern the chamber a revolvingdoor thus setting off the bomb. Although figure contending that a sin-

} rr closes around It briefly, the rays have been fie installation of the chamber .
proved harmless
wI thin opens on the other side to luggageor would run to at least a
for the luggage to continueon contents, including quarter of a million dollars
watches radios
I ., s ,its/ way to waiting trucks and electric' and It has refused to under-
nil t to the airplane on the rstors they also set off flashbulbs -
the of
write cost s prototype
Odd chamber.W WILMINGTON, NC; JAN, I960: Murder was believed to be (be motive for the bombing
Suddenly a muffled explosion According to the Chromal h i I e unimpressed at Which sent a DC4 into the earth with a loss of 34 lives.

j rocks the chamber loy Corp., the manufacturer, present with this -- ---- --.
The clumber Is scarred Its there hive been at least 15 device the FAA is interested pick out specific odors In a

Interior a mess. Repairs III) Incidents Involving bombs in any idea that might reduce mixture. They would miss for
be costly. But It has done and airliners around the the possibility of aircraft sabotage example a bomb wrapped In: New Breed Of Chinese
v r } what It was built to doDe world since 1949, killing 233 Other methods studiedor salami heavily scented with

tect and explode that one persons under consideration Include garlic.
suitcase or hatbox In 10 mil. The FAA however puts C Blowout Panels A
: studyis
BIG' DAY .-T, ," I I..." ., ",''h ,ooinl, hcaddrtsiah lion or 100 million that con. the figure at 191 deaths in o Radioactive Seeding scheduled to begin next

miles II he awaits II" 'um.nt' In Lu. when Northern talns a bomb planted by a 17 known bombing since the The theory is that a Geiger June at the agency's aviation Evolving At Hong KongHONG

Rhodesia Was" proolalrr '''v'pen,''"! country of Zambia. psychopathNo first one occurred In 1933 counter.type instrument scanning research center in Atlantic

such scene has ever Whatever the true number trough would detect a City on the feasibility of KONG (AP) A new For the majority there 1* nil
bomb telltale clicks building planes with a weak
-" breed of Chinese a sort of escape The educated one pet'
caused: by radioactive particles spot in one wall-In. say. the "lost cwiarstlon" 1 is evolving cent with money and contact>
added to the explosiveat lavatory or baggage hold. in this colony on China's court will probably get to the United
the time of its manufacture An explosion at such a The breed's chief ((Later, it was believed weak point would choose the tic Is uncertainty. The nine per cent that makesup
: that primer caps alone need path of least resistance Its philosophy of life seems to a sort of middle das has i
"u'll( 1 gw 9t 911'L be seeded i I away from the plane. There bet Eat, drink and be merry, chance of going to Formosa or
The trouble was that a serious has actually been one case of for you never know what tomorrow other countries
health hazard would be an airliner landing safely may bring But for the majority this olu.
presented to people, makingor after a suicide bomber blew For the young people of Hone ny Is the end of the line. This 90
using explosives Also himself out of the lavatory Kong, along with the youth of per cent face a wall of hopeless
there Is about a 10 years supply But this was at a low alti- many parts of Asia, are be. ness

he qn""rht of dynamite on the shelf tude. The question is whethera ginning to worry about their There has been a breakup of,
and millions of primer caps large plane pressurized at future. the traditionally <' I o s a-knil
are Imported every >esr And a high altitude, could continue Subconsciously they are be- Chinese family. In the pant, a
there would be the problemof to fly with a hole in its ginning to feel more strongly son or daughter would never
radium.dial witches side. than ever the presence of a dare even to consider disobeying
In any event a determined power that could play a big partIn his honorable parents.
bomber could make his own deciding their future, Com.muniet Now many parents complainthat
a powder or caps, or simply use: BLIND POSTMASTER China their children run wild and
lead HANDS OUT MAIL Peking's effort on the Mao.
foil to shield his bomb. join juvenile gangs
o Xray or Fluoroscope: FORT FRASER B.C. (AP) logical, scientific and guerrilla A few young people sue a
Too many Innocuous objects The postmaster in this northern front have been partly reponflbU spark ofhope
like clocks or radios resemble British Columbia community 11 a for this awareness One said: "We don't feel hap.
bombs; it would lead to endless blind man And this awareness 1* no. py about living with the specter
J.C. Matthews depends on his where more apparent than In
searching of luggage. of Peking hanging; over our
wife to sort the mail but he this tiny refugee-packed colony
There is a health hazard too, heads
know everyone in the district that perches uneasily on the
in this method. "But anything can happen in
o Mechanical Dog. The by voice and knows where each doorstep of the Red giant the future, especially among
FAA is currently conducting individual's mill slot u located Most of this British colony Communists.
s.i em tests at the Illinois Institute Six years sao Boy Scouts legally goes back to Pealing In "After all who would have
of Technology in Chicago bought Matthews a seemf-eye SS years, When s 99-year lease thought that old NUtlta would
dog But now the dog Roamer,
t with mechanical sniffers that expires. one day lose out?"
1 is apparently blind and
., can detect trace odors of different going a To Hong Kong' youth, the
spokesman for
.1XBb.-! __ Canad..nNltio",1
prospect of being enveloped by
materials (Live dogs Institute for the Blind la (Only palm tries nailto
were once considered.) says the Institute 'is sad and Peking appealing.lter .Vri/oiu are [found in Palm
all out. most of their
While they point
explosives, like sny- worried about the '
possibility left China to ( am on. in the Kofa Mount!
thing else, have distinctive parents escape '
a that the postmaster might lose JIMS northwest of I'hoiwx
from communism
odor, present devices csn't his 'great companion"
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Changes; LIARMtCMMCSC TO SOLVE(AP CASEV'ANl'M'1'FR h'r i I Yule.. Albums Highlighted "by Tabernacle Organ

group of police olficera htunilom '?" n ntaa .heatival," un Columbia.

ittle Horse Remains mean a "hne 'laboi AP 11 Ncwtfeoturet MARY CAMPMLL Writer Side 1 begins wllh a fliainshing -
coal. mtrodiMtion lo 0 r annc".-
Tiiev are the stall at Ihe m I lilt ORCiAN for the Mormon Tabernacle in Silt Lake baum" and. goes on to the all-

Royal, Canadian Mounted IV I!?, t iAIIS built 1867, haft been enlarged three limes metrumcmal' "It Came I'pon the

't rime detection lah"<'ia loui In CanaJul Day" aunt by the bo\
s l +e lab Ik divided 'into n., r rI ,' 'ipes.Alexander. choir.
re* Schteiner hat been t lt 24
t'alrr.Ilv' organist mce: At tines. arrangamenta stare!
\ .emlol""\ del'dllll'.nl "I'' and hiUed| I I+>i Ihe walls 10 have ton much flash and noui
,d,-nut' hu' xn bloo slxn radwh>,ik1c" .ists "llh the"lfl1", \(iUhemacli ,ah. Their i ahowwver. an excellent
MU alter a lament hi. hero ( hair mice 1 1'1"1. "Halleluiah Chorua" bv the
.i si, vi, said depart"i cot head fhiae, I'.'luinbia' hai made, ,3rs. ,, concert choir, directed by Robert
HarK 'ir Pearce "i I' \ \ revding of Owial Pate, and the orcheatra, ion
r. SKI Ism" Brown ,'I I thi dinui diols, as performed bv dui led by Eugene Ortnandy.TO .
i i dcntificatioi, !" dipirtmenii s I In i nut "(lu Itrnas with the bent new album of
r I
a ? i 1.\ spent three lonth* 1 MI 1 tabernacle Otgan and\ r hriatmaa aongs by chiruaea are
!S +l, ti +H 'i n''n the chaiditeiisnca, otI 1 I ..u.. "Chnalmaii with the NormnnI
i:.. ,. J' t... I I, i -L ,eggnog to help nack a P, in lbtim of MUx.mkk I ulx.tf Choit" RCA and "I 12

isc "i\ living forged mtntgrrpaper I ,"MIS cols, featuring the "'lfll.If Chn.u...." Repr''.t',
I! ; fvi l'hne.e "<',1"i nn, 'lone of the organ, ;l 4 1' The Norman l.uboffOioir, unging
i'" fonts, ..I' ..dl.. >Soundreptoduiesv both nerd end popularChriatntaa
lu-\) have writing peculiar i I II" iil\ ; "this' i* Chnatma* 7 .eeleetiona haa tenihly -
c. ,ist like we do and the\ can .i,, oi 1 huh you won't lire, noi arranged Its 12 cerola on
,,,, ) i -id ;I"n identif the writci," + i inr i I II.+w "main tinwa you hearI one tide end eueh aongn !as
>r' M" ""n said. anllon at th* Coca Col Pavili "Santa Claue te Coming to
:,I 9 1 die hair and liber depani l I I i + si+ tear*, the Mormon ,i+MI at the New Yak 'wld'. I own" and "Silver Bell." on
', .. 1 "' wr'w ', l ;;l I. Tony Piokop on I 11 Chofe ha* made, teI I xu. however, ia a diaaprtomt1i the other.
Hie than Isle: bows as ,.I KS .,I l>inatmaa" inuaic mu! ni. The Repriae album combine
"+'. >Mmg a suicide n,>te written i' .>.t \\IIellc still are available. Half the aelectiona on the the talent of Fred Waring and
a + ""I Hindustani and ripped Into \ 'IOYFl'1' ilhuiti la "The RCA record are sings irks the Pennaylvaniana. Frank Si.
w 'M ? ,"lIr, ,1* .rf tiny ihrada. The i, ,, I o>cd Chriatmaa Piano "Sleiah l Ride" and "ttl Be note and Bmg Ooaby. The laileria -
4 i""? ewere reaasembled' n, ,.i i 'hI8," George Or.ele> Home for Chtiatmaa. The other ovary sad vo ce, daapiic
i + ?i +.si ..pu, matching of their + misi t, and the Warner ftcia."ulumia. ni are religiitia carob, but Cia nub Hop frequently point
Iges on Werner fir... planj without much ntaaty. out) hie advancing yews
.. Tht 'hiearma department m The album, of 21 carob, atari s 10FAKJ AOO, the Philadelphia Thtae ere all aecular songs,
t'i' ++,, y k udes slug recovery tanka and a COMBINING buslm\ v+ tth pi ..M.; '. Dt I Mr- "th "Joy to the *'ofldM and Orcheetre and TampleI hut on the warmly swiss in.

nr f 000 microacope used! t toi CUI1I-I.Ulld\lfnnd\, -f I i N \ .i',
> nn, i imiv\ 1 the gun whiih turf .i old ()'Wlld0, .i uul! MiF\ ,,u I ,? 1- i 1,1 I "hil, Midniehi( Clear," which ,la equal iiicordmg, "The Olitiuua Sound opena with Waring and the Penn
I .thai' Nillrt 1\ taU halth of Ouialmaa," which aold in eieaa aylvaniana i the '
w.' stax ,golf .it th'' Ika.111ft/, dId i ll i< >: 11 m. "lllg I "I amgina luwh"Whoa
Ueeley'a piano. CM alatv bri of II million at the factory Chriatmea.1
On Florida State Ol "totm.il in.I\ ttn, "I"gllIII
MARL III Sp.un ( hark 1\\ JMruU li air ton \ \ lear and C.Im. aa on "(Jh I itllrI ant thereby earned a gold record.Ihia ('roabv II1d the Pennaylvaniani
a Socieh, Dr, Lund.I Im iissoi "I i Ol ,
: is I)1'r+ -1'll'II'A Bethlehem"Thws the ,
ej I aametwo
Me vie u I It01' IK I Illu u, lir., 'wild own year gmupa are eepeclally' good on "Ph-
in ttaflu' i n I and Gynecolojrv at tht- t'niMisit\ "I'l i Corht'at'rchoo ;
ia one brief medlex i i wtdt the addition of the Q. Fran !Secret\ of (Ouiatmn and Sill II!!,i
is il looked! slew richmd "nlh, ,..e I It"I', I i 1'1 i itir, I Immi'ili.ii 1. i, costWANT ) of Modicint', WUH H tcatuiiil\ :'pt'Alrt' I' lit popular Onalmaa aonga, in apleaaing nit de Sale Boychuit of Phi Indelphia and the PcmiavK! an latin on "A,

, the statue I I I"i i n sidi tux of l'.S, 01" low thi nu' >tinif. Dr. Fnl'tl. form i ma\o of NIIJI"' arrangement. have recorded "Annul iMd-haahioned" (hrisinm.,"

-assadors Next tc it .it lid l I I' he.ijquartrrv of, !l1'8l'tu'pd nu-dicint' in UorluM.: I i lm t\\.mspi \ t ,';11'1>< "AI I A Rot'NO ltr dummis '
>1exicn'ti second larnsi pn<> 'attv the PMI\ ,+,I ('i i.ill/lilK in ob.strtru< 1'hl,ii?. 11\I Mt I tl.dh; I I liar, ," John klrin, plnatg th., t'OUIU COUNTY NIWl N.pl.v ria, Stine'ay O.Mmbw I U, IU4 9C I

National Action /f'A'vl( ), and third i he old f Foreign Mm .., ,. .. -- .' '

arty building. Lower picture shows the circle atui
he old buildmgi have been torn down to help speed up .

traffic The Little Horse remains .

FROM $33,500 TO $82,5OO.

By JACK RUTLEDCEAit prudes, a bit of violence m

.elot.(J Praaa Wrllar the old days ready for IB early spriigJCtot
What ia El Cabalhto'1 It n, occupancy
MEXICO CITY (AP) probably Mexico'a best known

)nee upon a time Mexico atatue. Actually, it ie of Spain'a
'ity had a famou focal Chula [V eatrtde a tale, the

omt tome said lookedike work of Manuel Tolaa, a famed
colonial what end architect.Charlee ,
New Timor
quare others said rotembledondon' IV wee never vary
, Piccadilly Circua, popular in Mesico once
dominated by Spaniardbut
till others claimed was pure
Mexicana loothe
olomal Mexico prancing
and hor... It ic located in the heart
An earthquake progreaa I
or the capital and nativea have
combined make
ive to It lust
habit of loal and
nolher modern busy circlehereaixmajoratreeta telling con- Y'y
converge. wed tourlete "now you go to
Mont loan MS will recognize the Little Horae, turn left ."

if name Fl Cabalhto, or the Turning left -aright or
iltlc Horse, They will be glad ttraight ahead ia going to be
I learn that at least Th Little bewildering now, aa ail major
.treeta form spok' to the wheel.
rsc is sell there, although "
ud untitmiliar, surrounding During the costly conatruc
A 197 earthquake wrecked lion of the extension of Paaeo
"r iinleS talleal shaped de la Reforma there wee talk of ,
ikimu, and killed na re- moving the Little Home away, .Mwam*) ownina your own vlHei or .p-rtrFieM -
inhUme to Timea Square A to another. part of town tart dAN+a In the rrvagrxfta Chaitewni ,

cent extension of the capital's Instead, official bowed to
"*hrst t boulevard Paaeo de public reaction and left it there
Relorma ended the Pucilill in e ahip-ahaped piece of land
picture which in time will be full ofrIo..er.
In tact, it doean't even look ..
ke Mexico' any more Il could But got.e rdie tall and
e any modern C lIy. anciaigna.' buildinga, the big neonOR (

1 raffic undoubtedly hai been .
elpcd by extending Auto dei A parking lot operetee on one
I i Reforma for three kilometeraibout V-ahaped lot probably the moat
I.. milea), And m time expenaive bit of real eeteie. in
t* modem buildinga will he MexiCO There ia little doubt that
feted on now barren comers, later a modern bulMing will be
nd along the .idea of the new erected there.
oulevetd. The national Lottery BtiiUifigremnna

But the extenaion meant de- a aurvivor becattte
,loliahmg famous old buildinga.ne waa not in the path of progreaa,
Will the farmer United I Later it will be joined by other
rates emba..y reaidency where akv-acrapera. and El I CaballiM
harlea Lindbergh among others will again be a Timea Square.
nee slept Another wia the But it will never again be like
jmout old Foreign Minmlrvuildinga Piccadilly rtix-ua or like
where the late Preai- Colonial MexiCO l IwMwIouI Do111/IrWa. WIll
ent John f'. Kennedy was feted .. .n'! Your "' .=.t.: w
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Quitliam .want a to be aeewkey eo
that hi needn't uee a kstfi and
and fork.
'fatten waa *e yotwgaetpn

,,- +oner in a competition on .{hBlgwr
Bj E I- EDMUNDS "What annul would yoe) atoethkr
to be and becataee of Weaucceaa
How To Make A hta fattier has MM kM

( Small Room Look Larger he needn't ate a knife and lark -

There are at Iwo for e while.

many wtrt Other yotHtg, priie-wtnnetai JW
'y: ( you ran make A 7-year-old boy sins to be a Qv.1ItIprnertt
penol ''''CIU.. it ie aItw.41 J to
', .. I small rooms awiar."
I look larg-er.
J. A -year-old girl trauld like M
:) Wall to wall be a reindeer "80 I could pail
1 ?|j|carpet iono Father Ova.-.'. aleigh.

rUMtf' >t> wey It alway* An African girl aged 9, eejuM

nrkr a ''>om term beget like to be e panther "beeaajee 1
[Hie use of mirror or an would etill be blot; ,
N : 'ra uncNr the tupN 1WOn Fsi0rI0A"" Itor.noet
ntlr mirrored w.1l1a an A little white boy wanu dev.It>f'.rre 'I' r rOP./ttIV. rea,rJerlblt.
a tebra "beceuae ha waN Ma
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this eoU weaker.
Another rule la not tu pglrtra
(It wee winter .In bath Arjiee
| er<'n>wd a email room .)
during the run o* the coaaoeHtfcm.
| M a* few pierce o.r- A 1/yMr-old girl we*** Iketo

ure ai potaible ana doe he a aasrk 10 find out when

i .II itimenaioned, pieeI haby alorka cum .-.
I'N I a tarn teat ineteadr The npeiiaon vas mrt
IOta and the lore seat ,lamely by Dr. Meleok L.e4Kataon > lr

d! -r lightly ereled ol the J.Oenaeotaejg lu

"' not heave and ever- and ttiejohanneahurg Rearf DeityMail. + ,

st'td I'vc oreaeion! or 1.
misschaos inetead of

ffi iMtinf chelra and

TI the .Ift of everythinf

,I I rth<- prom aa ellr MOVING TO FLORIDA?
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(IfSf ORT ROYAL offer direct lluidinK AIA Pulm. Reach; livn( u boil i 1. Hint. l,ulroc in1* I t,'l"'t,, alecqulpp/'dulththK | I deep0 'nn Bung, < \I'r\lll, (' &II I it th... I I'fllt Royal iifruc
I U to icctptabli purchaser.. Ronald E. Nick,, AIA, NipleH; and I th ir Imlh. aeparardinutg finest (ii;, n<'nil I F;)li'( II j it IIl'pl| f I, m rl'IIl'p,1, ,I 'I 'th I 10" r.t.ne iula. T'n I unit I Fort 'Imilcii
IfeHU eight architect! dmiifiucl %Willnt W illiuimmurman, room liar two car ami. St''M'. Ihvpoeal, Autmutii rokT liar,' fir i IIIUK'"dl..1> f,,101 1 I, r with
with firms! HUtoinatu, Ilnhwashci, 111, uln all 'I,l'IlII., preen. rte ,,f the
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door loner. and abundant foot fioitituard Refrigerator.dehmlug i ir 'c..d'nre.i Do nil t dhly I !because
profit or rial ittate commimilonCuotom SI'ECIAL FEATURES COMMON lirgr pnln, dad I then l."wn 1 ,
built to hiirhi'nt upeclfiCMtUni itoraKf Mparc Five of the iw \\l h"h" I i"< \1'1 /I'qui"| i I' ,',,,I l'Irll I Milt h f"" ,t p'Augustine ,, all .illh) hint will be
TO All/ EIGHT BE8I right hnmm him fireplacirH ., ,,,|,1..1.1 I an't[ nldny Mb, *.
IJY VV'nil" Muni, Contractors I Mi" 1.11" era"
IKNE8 (Including m.mlur- Each (tome hm. white oak 6. Then I home> ire built I two I l.a" n 'Pllllklllll z ..volt'm' hi' fore tlu < nl IIf f Ditnmbir Thisi

It would root you $10.(KM) ) mon hip In Poll Royal Uvaih Cluli) : parquet floor: throughout:: :: feet above the iiovui, lIt the Nark Plait' UK (', inpaiuH i truly ai "pp''rtunitj that will
than our prier to duplicate 1 1. Each i xu pt in liana > imH iitnl kitchen read l lit" iMVMisy arc' ,tint drnled. IK'vi'i' "IIIt.i a it.1111.i PORT
any pioHirtivv| owns must F" 11 V"IH trams if I
fine of the eight ,lealdrnreaTho 1M' accepted liy the monitor where tile and vinyl areused. !muse, ...."halt'! ., nhd I ..1\.1\ 1101 M,. IV ., 1'.0. Box III
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