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A Fort Myera (Fla.) News-Press, Monday, Feb. 11, IMS Boca Grande's Greatest Dpck Doom Ending Longshore StrlVt Stoektd Locol Port Eight Deep fn Ships CCfff iRttfttf AatflA PAAO 1963. apart from the strike ship ments." Phosphate is valued at $10 a ton which means that shipments for 1962 added up to $10 million. There were indications that shipments for the remainder of 1963 might average 100,000 tons a month at a value of a million dollars a month. Used mainly as a fertilizer, phosphate is exported from Boca Grande to countries all over the world, and ships come here from just about every country of any size. Florida supplies 70 per cent of the world's phosphate from its Bartow mine fields and experts say deposits should last another! 250 years at the present rate of production. Valuable Facilities The Seaboard values its facilities at Boca Grande at $4 million. Ceylon's Female Leader facing Trouble at Home Ruler Criticized For Being Overly Friendly With China COLOMBO, Ceylon IB Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandaranaike seems to have lost ground at home while she was delving into international politics. Mrs. Bandaranaike called the Colombo Conference of Burma, Cambodia, Ceylon, Ghana, Indo nesia and the United Arab Republic to propose a nonaligned peace plan for India and Communist China. She visited Peking and New Delhi with the proposals. I Any political credit she won here with them was diluted by criticism of statements she made in Peking. Critics said that for a nonaligned premier she was too friendly toward China, too critical of the West. Aimed at Nephew One diplomat suggested the criticism was aimed primarily at Mrs. Bandaranaike's nephew and minister without portfolio, Felix Dias Bandaranaike. The peace missions were in her name but he did the talking and handled the details. It is a role J 0f-$$yMM!W Ttm'mmm w mmm mum iiiinnmm mi n i iipiiBwww.wwwBiww.wiwwwM,in iwmwiiii n .il l WEATHER FORECAST. Rain showers will fall today In southern Plateau changing to driule and fog eastward to south Atlantic coast area except for extreme southern part. Central Rocky Mountain region will have rain In lower elevations and snow higher up with light snows or flurries from mid-Mississippi Valley east and northward to Great Lakes and to north Atlantic coast later. Mid-Atlantic coast will have some rain mixed with snow. Fair to partly cloudy sklea will occur In far West and northwestern Rockies. (AP Wlrephoto Map) funzrals Schedule of tha Tides for Today including rail yards, buildings and ; he has played since Mrs. Banda- loading facilities. The line was ' ranaike turned to her nephew. built here around the turn of the i then 30 years old, to help her century primarily to bring phos-'run Ceylon's government when phate to this natural port for load- she became prime minister in ing on ships. 1960. The facilities include a storage j She was elected on a platform building high in the air into which ' of carry ing out the program of phosphate is carried by convey-) her husband, who was assassinators, then funnelled into the holds ed while prime minister in 1959. of ships tied up underneath. j The program has never been de- This is far cry from sailing j fined, a source of trouble since, ship days of the Jffe when phos-j her government has lacked a cen- phate was Coated from the mine . tral core to hold it together, fields dcxrn Peace River by barge. J Old leaders of her husband's shoveled iso f&sgs by gangs of j freedom party have never ac- HAROLD DEAN COOK Funeral service for Harold Dean Cook, 56, 823 Joel Blvd Lehigh Acres, will be held today at 2 p.m. from the Harvey Funeral Home on Colonial Boulevard, with Dr. A. W. Pugh officiating. Graveside Masonic honors will be conducted by the Lehigh Acres Lodge No. 344 F. & A. M. in Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Negroes. Swffl hoisted aboard block and tadde. Soviets Release Catholic Prelate fCnlmw ft-am Pott Ont) that he to be released. He wms known to have been trans ferred from one location to an- ceher in Siberia in 1957 after So viet authorities accused him of communicating with Ukrainian clergy through secret pastoral letters. Vatican sources said the archbishop refused in 1960 to align himself with the Russian Orthodox Church and become a possible successor to Patriarch Alexis. Archbishop Slipyi was born at Zazdrist, in the Galizia region of the eastern Ukraine. He studied theology at the University of Lwow, then at Innsbruck, Austria. He was ordained in 1917 a few months after the Bolshevik revo lution. He became a bishop in 1939. His see was Lvov (Lwow), a Polish city ceded to the Ukraine in 1945. Next Sunday is his 71st birthday and a special celebration is planned at the Pontifical Oriental Institute. Authorities at the . Ukrainian seminary in Rome said the observance had been planned weeks ago to honor Archibishop Slipyi in absentia without any idea that the archbishop would be re leased. Vatican sources expressed be lief Archbishop Slipyi may be one of three prelates made cardinals "in pectore" in his breast, or in secret by Pope John in I960 Only the Pope knows who the secret cardinals are but all are said to be from Iron Curtain lands. There was speculation that the Kremlin released the prelate either as a propaganda move or in return for developments at the time of the Vatican ecumenical council last fall. Two Russian orthodox archimandrates arrived here from Moscow the day after the; council opened Oct. 11. Their journey marked the first formal contact between the Russian Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church in centuries. by cepted Felix Bandaranaike. They forced him out of the post of finance minister last August. Not Inflghters The party has little margin for infighting. It commands only a narrow majority in Parliament Recent by-elections, held half way through the government's elected term of five years, indi cate its support is declining. Local elections have shown a drift toward the United National Par ty that ruled Ceylon before the Bandaranaikes. The Freedom Party manager for recent elections said the strongest criticism he heard was that the government had done nothing for economic development. Minority groups are hostile to the government on the grounds that it gives special rights to the majority of Sinhalese-speaking Buddhist Cevlonese. Even within this group of the 10 million people in Ceylon, there are charges of favoritism toward upcountry people from Mrs. Bandaranaike's district, Kandy. Balance Needed Little has been done to balance the export of tea, rubber and coconuts against needed imports, although more food is being grown to reduce traditional dependence . on foreign food. Inflationary methods of financing the government have reduced the buying power of the little man by pushing up the cost of living. The economic problem has been compensation for assets of standard vacuum and caltex oil com panies that were seized to start a eovernment oil business. The United States threatened to cut off aid to Ceylon if compensation was not paid by Feb. 1. MRS. EMMA L. NEWMAN Mrs. Emma M. Newman, 86, 33 Alabama Rd. Lehigh Acres, died early yesterday. Coming from Avoca, Iowa, she has been a resident of Lehigh Acres for the past three years. Mrs. Newman was a member of Chapter No. 319 O.E.S., Avoca, Iowa, Gold Star Mothers, Civic Improve ments Gub of Lehigh Acres, Women's Club of Lehigh Acres and Lehigh Acres Library. Sur viving are three sisters, Miss Anna M. Meier of Lehigh Acres Mrs. Bertha Freeman of Cardi nal, Va., Mrs. Zoe McDonald of Des Moines, Iowa, and one brother Carl R. Meier of Davenport, Iowa. The body will be sent tomorrow to the John's-Ridout's Funeral Home, Birmingham, Ala., for service and interment. Local arrangements by the Harvey Fun eral Home on Colonial Boule vard. Boca Grande Bokeelia Bonlta Beach Edison Bridge Everglades Ft. Myers Beach Marco Naples Pine Isl. Bridge Punta Gorda Punta Rassa Sanibel Strong Tides High 1:46 a.m. 3:14 p.m. 8:03 a.m. 2:58 a.m. 4:24 p.m. 9:03 a.m. 1:31 a.m. 2:16 p.m. 8:02 a.m. 5:08 a.m. 6:34 p.m. 12:01 a.m. 4:05 a.m. 4:41 p.m. 2:31 a.m. 3:16 p.m. 9:02 a.m. 2:21 a.m. 3:06 p.m. 8:52 a.m. 1:21 a.m. 2:06 p.m. 7:52 a.m. 3:31 a.m. 4:16 p.m. 10:02 a.m. 3:28 .a.m. 4:59 p.m. 10:33 a.m. 2:11 a.m. 2:56 p.m. 8:42 a.m. 1:51 a.m. 2:36 p.m. 8:22 a.m. Low 7:48 p.m. 8:48 p.m. 8:13 p.m. 1:03 p.m. 12:11 p.m. 9:13 p.m. 9:03 p.m. 8:03 p.m. 10:13 p.m. 10:18 p.m. 8:53 p.m. 8:33 p.m. Housewife, Boys Join 50-fMle Hiking Craze MRS. GEORGIA DENN1SON Funeral service for Mrs. Geor gia A. Dennlson will' be neid to day at 2 p.m. at Leo W. Engel- hardt Funeral Home with Rev. Larry Evans officiating. Pall bearers will be J. B. Hilmon, James Bethune, Clifford Lewis, William West, Elbert Schory and Howard Acord. Interment will be in Fort Myers Cemetery. FELIX H. HELVESTON Funeral service for Felix Holt Helveston will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral Home with Rev. William Denlinger officiating. Pallbearers will be Pud Welsh, O. C. Wil liams, Percy Helveston, Johnny Scott, Al Dunton and Bobby Rice. Interment will be in Fort Myers Cemetery. . PUPILS DOUBLED PJJOM PENH Cambodia says It had 563,018 children in primary schools last year, more than twice the. 1953 total. z HEARING NOTES Harold : A. Barnard ' f 2 TV- is ' ,A Advanced-Science Institute Urged PARIS An advanced interna tional institute of science and technology, to be set up in West-em Europe, is proposed in a North Atlantic Council report. HARD DAY FOR POSTMEN BERLIN (AP) Post office sorters were shocked when two 15-inch black snakes slid out of a mail sack. The snakes, which had come out of a damaged parcel from Tunisia, were captured and rushed to the Aquarium, to which the parcel was addressed. Zoo officials assured . the postmen they were non-poisonous. Next time you give a friend a baby shower, ask the guests to bring their gifts wrapped in baby diapers instead of in paper. OTOMETRI8T Otometry is the science of measuring the acoustical proper-tiei of the ear. Otometric instruments are, therefore, sound pressure measuring instruments. H & E Hearing Service, 1087 N. Tami-an1 Trail, Phone WY 5-2343. Batteries and Service for all makes. ARE SO NECESSARY KINZIE'S Ro Garden FLORIST We Telegraph Flowers 2900 Second St. ED 4-1141 180 Conventional MORTGAGES I- Conventional, F. H. A., Development t Construction Loans (JAM First Mortgage Corp. Of Fort Myers John S. Lowman, Jr., Exec. Vice President Carl And, Mortgage Loan Offlcei 31(1 MCGREGOR BLVD. ED 4-1263 DAVTD E. S. GOTWALD David Etter Small Gotwald, 60, died suddenly Saturday at his home at 110 Gulf Island Drive, Fort Myers Beach. Born at Springfield, Ohio, he had spent most of his life in York Pa. The Gotwalds came to Fort Myers Beach in 1957. Active in civic affairs, Mr. Gotwald was treasurer of the Fort Myers Beach Art Association at the time of his death. He was with the Martin Perry Corp. in York for 30 years, and retired in 1955. Survivors include his wife, Margaret; son David, York; daughter, Mrs. Marcus Nickerson III. Perrysburg, Ohio; sister, Mrs. H. W. Swarthout; brother Dr. Luther A. Gotwald. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday at Chapel- by-the-Sea, Fort Myers Beach aith the Rev. C. Melvin Elliott officiating. Interment will be at a later date in York. The family asks that contributions be made to the Heart Fund and flowers be omitted. Harvev Funeral Home on Colo nial Boulevard is in charge of arrangements. ELIZABETH WEST PORT CHARLOTTE Elizabeth West, 78, a resident of 173 N.E. Meehas Ave., died early vesterdav morning. She had been a resident of Port Charlotte for the last one and a half years coming from Greensburg, Pa. Survivors include her husband, Clifton West, Port Charlotte. Service will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Edward R. Pon-ger Funeral Home, Port Charlotte Chapel, with Rev. William Huntsman officiating. Interment will be in Fort Myers Memorial Gardens. REAL CRISIS MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - The Cuban crisis caused another crisis in Miami Beach, one which some felt was really drastic. The city's Servicemen's Center gent out an appeal for at least 400 young ladies, and preferably as many as 1,000. When troops were rushed into the area, the center found itself with plenty of servicemen, pastries and fruit punch, but greatly short of young hostesses. (Conrinutd from Post Ont) officers from the Marine Air Station at El Toro, Calif. They walked 50 miles Saturday, much of it uphill, between the air station and Camp Pendleton. Pilots Go Distance The air station said Lt. Roger G. Price, 26, a jet pilot did it in 10V4 hours, and Lt. Michael T. Heath, 24, also a jet pilot, and Lt. Otto G. Linden, 25, a supply officer, in 11 hours, 11 minutes. Three enlisted men who started with the officers dropped out with blistered feet. Let the Marines note, however, that a five-foot blonde mother of three also accomplished a 50-mile walking feat Saturday. Pauline Domico, 26, of Lincoln, Neb., hiked from Lincoln to the Missouri River in just about 20 hours. "The country is in sad shape if its people can't hike 50 miles," said Mrs. Domico, a reporter for the Lincoln Journal. Teens March Too Another 50-mile jaunt was completed Saturday by three Lawton, Okla., youths, Tommy Willingham, 18, Gary Adams, 17, and Jimmy Parker, 17, who walked from Law-ton to Wichita Falls, Tex., in 12 hours. Two other youths quit with seven miles to go. Kennedy, carrying the banner for the Justice Department, covered some 50 miles the hard way Saturday, outstripping four assistants on an icy, all-day march through central Maryland. Kennedy, 37, first stringer on the White House touch football team and an ardent hiker, walked from the Washington area to a point about 15 miles south of Camp David, the mountainous, isolated presidential retreat in north central Maryland. By highway, the distance Is about 65 miles. He was driven the last 15 miles. The attorney general was on the trail for 17 hours, stepping off the distance less than the standard 20 suggested for the test. Justice Department aides apparently feel that they have stolen a march on the White House staff. "We gave Pierre something to shoot at," said Edwin Guthman, public information officer for the Justice Department. The 43-year-old Guthman, an ex Infantryman, went along for the first 30 miles of the hike. The march, which began at 5 a.m., was 11 hours old at that point. Three other assistants to Ken nedy quit at about 28 miles Lewis Oberdorfor, 43, head of the tax division; James Symington, 28, son of Sen. Stuart Symington, D- Mo.; and David L. Hackett, 37, who has been assigned to special projects dealing with juvenile delinquency. Local Skies Sunset today 6:17 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 7:06 a.m. Moonrise tonight 9:10 p.m. Last quarter Feb. 16. The planet, Venus, rising at 4:31 a.m., is now about 77 million miles from the Earth. It will be visible in the morning sky for another five months. Weather Yesterday In Fort Myers Feb. 10, high 76, low 52. Relative humidity (per cent) 97 at 6 a.m., 59 at 1 p.m No rain. Temperatures elsewhere: H L R L Albany, NY 33 21 Knoxville 45 29 Alpena 2fi -1 Little Rork 46 42 Amarillo S8 it Lo Anjrelei h SI Aahevillo 32 24 Loubvillo 41 S3 Atlanta 55 SO Memphis 44 41 Atlantic City 49 29 Meridian Bit 85 Baltimore 47 23 Miami Beach 75 60 Birmingham 63 41 Milwaukee 24 20 Binmarck 10 -( Minneapolis 21 10 Roi 50 28 Mobile 70 89 Boaton 42 6 Montsromery 66 84 Buffalo 28 28 Montreal 24 4 Burlington 28 18 Nashville 47 84 Cpe Hatteras 45 37 New Orleans 73 40 Charleston S3 37 New York 40 SO Charlotte 52 24 Norfolk 63 31 Chattanooga 53 29 Philadelphia 44 26 Chicago 25 22 Phoenix - 63 46 Cincinnati 36 30 Pittsburgh 34 23 Cleveland 33 20 Portland Me 32 21 Columbus 85 28 Richmond .12 22 Dallas 55 45 St. Louis 81 27 Denver 32 15 Salt Lake C 50 21 Den Moines 23 15 San Antonio 83 60 Detroit 26 20 Sn Francisco 59 54 Duluth 16 6 Savannah 64 37 Fresno 63 51 Seattle 68 44 Houdton 77 52 Tampa 72 48 Indianapolis 32 28 Toronto 29 15 Jacksonville 62 36 Washington 47 27 Kansas City 86 27 Wilmington 59 80 Tis a privilege to live in Southwest Florida Critics of Cuban Policy Are Urged To Drop Attacks (Continued from Page One) such "rash talk" does "grave disservice to our foreign policy and is not in the national inter est." Jupiter Denial Administration officials have denied that the removal of Jupi ter missiles from Turkey and Italy had any connection with the Cuba crisis. Dependence will be put on Polaris submarines in the Mediterranean in the future. Official sources have said the decision to replace the vulnerable Juplters with much more nearly invulnerable Polarises was taken long before the Cuban crisis. At the height of the Cuban crisis, Khrushchev suggested a Turkey-Cuba missiles bargain. But after Kennedy declined to discuss the matter pending removal of the Soviet threat from Cuba, the Russian leader did not mention it publicly again. The Scott-Clark argument came amid a barrage of Republican suggestions on what to do about Cuba and of criticism of the Kennedy administration policies with regard to the threat of com munism in the Western Hemisphere. ! New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller said the Communist i stronghold in Cuba may result in a very dangerous undermining of the fabric of government, of law and order, and of the oppor tunity for social and economic advance and growth" in all of Latin America. Skis were probably used for military purposes is early ai they were used for ordinary travel. Ia 1199 Saxo, the Danish historian, described how the Finns waged war on skis and the following year King Sverre sent out a company on skis to reconnoiter before the battle of Oslo. 6 Encyclopedia BrJtannlcft mm . . . Say It Best RUTH MESSMER FLORIST Pboaw WE eSlSl Cleveland at Maravilla Rail Clerk Strike Prevention Sought SAN FRANCISCO UR A fed eral mediator scheduled more meetings vesterdav aimed at nre- venting a strike of the Southern Pacific s 7-state system but conceded he had no assurances a clerk's union might not strike "at any minute." The mediator, Frank O'Neill, chairman of the Federal Mediation Board, asked SP officials to huddle with him at 10 a.m. He said he then planned to meet with ! representauves of the Brother-1 hood of Railway Clerks. This was the pattern followed! all day Saturday in delaying a strike the union previously had said was inevitable if there was no agreement by Friday. MORTGAGE MONEY FHA Loans t'2 Discount Conventional Loans 54 Int SS Yrs. ED FUNDERBURK . Southwest Mortgage Loans 2420 First Street EDison 5-8971 When Planning A Trip or Vacation See ' P. A. GERACI TRAVEL AGENCY tut First St (Old 1st Natl Bank Bldg.) EDison 4-1M1 ' NO ONE CAN SERVE YOU BETTER! HOW E 1B OH NATIONAL FMS! Jet Flril-Class JetDsyCoMl SAVINGS SAVINGS NEW YORK $27.51 '21.21 Prop-Jet Prop-Jet Fkit-Cliii Day Coieh SAVINGS SAVINGS WASHINGTON $21.84 '16.28 BOSTON 29.50 21.32 PHILADELPHIA 23.63 18.06 HOUSTON 21.42 17.96 NEW ORLEANS 14.49 12.82 "Connections via Tampa to jet and prop-jets GOOD EVERYWHERE ON THE NATIONAL SYSTEM Savings based on 15 lower Round Trip Daytime Excursion Fares, Monday noon thru Friday noon,-7 days minimum, 22 days maximum. Only one-half of the excursion fares for dependents age 2 to 19. Ask for details. CHOICE OF COMFORTABLE 2 or 3 COACH SEATING Go Now, Pay Later For reservations, see your Travel Agent or call WE 6-2103 2I National goes where the nation grows Serves Fort Myers, Punta-Gorda, Port Charlotte, Venice and Tampa with three (3) round trip flights dally, supplementing National Airlines schedules eivlne many additional connections at Tampa. Public suport of this sen Ice will insure Southwest Florida of better transportation facilities. Fort Myers flights arrive at and depart from the National Airlines Terminal building. Call EDison 4-1376 or WE 6 1 657 for RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS. CRUISES MEMBER OF mm A Hallmark of Integrity Specializing In West Indian, European, South American and Round - The - World Tours. AIRLINE and STEAMSHIP tickets cost no more when purchased at Ol'R AGENCY. The carriers pay our commission. Free ticket delivery in downtown Fort Myers. Our Agency Is approved by Air Traffic Conference of America, International Air Transport Association, Trans-Atlantic and Trans pacific Passenger Steamship Conference and RTPA. TOURS 'HERTZ, NTA CAR r You can rent a car at Fort Myers, Page Field, Fort Myers Beach, Charlotte County Airport or Port Charlotte and check it in at Tampa, Miami or any other Florida City at Nominal cost. No Service Charge for Inter-City Rentals. FORT MYERS 2070 FIRST STREET Phones: ED 4 1278 ED 4-4561 ED 4 0561

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