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: October 11, 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
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Florida JACKSONVILLE East Coast(AP-Railway The,

strikebound for 20 months, has To Be Bigger Than EverNaples'

lost keep a major running round without In its battleto union

trainmen and work rule*. -S-
The railroad was ordered by H
U.s. District Judge Bryan Simp 16th annual Swamp Bug. than .. had last year." latori i case n.w watch the races.
son Friday to restore operating g) Day. celebration to be held Entries in the beard growing Another ticket window, bringing
work rule, pay scales and con. October 30, 31 and November I contest have now reached the 19 the total to six, will also be In
dltlons of employment to their will have "more bands, more mark, Mrs Blodgett said and operation this year.
pre. trlke status i floats, more prices than ever and beard buttons and Swamp Buggy "With two girls' at each of
The Injunction also directed will surpass anything Naples has hats will be on sale In the Na. the sii windows, we hope there
the railroad to observe collectlve seen" pies down town area by the end will be no bottleneck at the en.
bargaining agreements In 4 Such was the prediction made of the week. tram," the secretary said
effect before the strike, the long } Saturday by"". Rachel Blod. A new section of bleacher With cash prices of 2,900 of.
est In U.S. railroad history. gett, secretary-treasurer of with a seating capacity of 1.000 fared to winning buggy drivers,
The suit was brought by the Swamp Buggy Days, Inc., In an. has already been Installed at a record breaking flellof entries
Brotherhood of Railway Train. Bouncing that nine bands, imlud. the track and with the addition. I* expected Entry blanks have
men, one of several operating log three from Lee County and al seating Motion Mrs. Blodgett\ been mailed to driven of 79
unions which has been observ. one from Sarasota County, are said that more than ,000 spec. bungles, the secretary said.
Ing picket lines of the striking scheduled to play In the color
nonoperatlng unions since Jan. ful Saturday parade down Fifth
13, 1963. Avenue and djiining streets. New Entries In Queen's Race r I

The judge' verdict was met A SPECTACULAR' FIRE FIt ;r11TINr; demonstration was given Friday Namea of Judges for Sunday's
with Jubilation and celebratingat Swamp Buggy races at the East _
ambler Park
night bv member- Uu Naples! JMI" D'irtnv'iit in
the Railway Trainmen's con. Naples Mile 0' Mud track have
which witnessed by sevnal bundled NEWS photo)
vent Ion at Miami Beach Friday was people ( also been announced by the secre.
night. Many members indicated tary. They are Judge Richard
they were ready to go back to Stanley, State Senator Elmer Fri. I ,
work. Terrorists Say Smollen County Building day and Norwood Rrayhorn of
Allan MUledge of Miami, at. Fort Myers. Strayhorn has beena
torney for the brotherhood, said Week $81,800Collier Judge at the annual races since N
the Injunction would enable the event was Inauguratec if ''

members of the operating unions Dies If Viet Red DoesCARACAS County building official years ago, Mrs. Blortgett said. w.Llrklt
to return to work with honor" Carl Clemmer jilgned nine Bands which are expected to ( h
This would leave the nonoper- construction permits totaling take part In the parade Include
sting unions-clerks: signalmenand VenesuelaAP- A terrlorlst gang kidnapped t81,600 In the first full week of the Scottish Highlands band of
telegraphers-still on strike. Anonymous telephone caller Smolen at gunpoint Friday October, ralalngthe month's totalso Sarasota, the Red Knights of '.
But they have a similar suit have warned that a kidnaped morning In a daring act similar far to fl01,300. North Fort Myers, the Immoka. ,'., w
'I pending before Judge Simpson U.s. Air Force officer will die to other abductions carried out Carl Olldden took out the big. lee and UBelle Klgn School I I
and, U the ruling Is essentiallythe unless the life of a condemnedRed by the outlawed pro Castro gest permit of the week. He bands, the bands of the junior
\I same, the nonoperatlng un. terrorist In South Viet Nam Armed Force of National Lib. will build three steel building and senior high school of Na.
Ion members also could apply ts soared. eratlon (FAIN). IDs where for Immokalse Tomato Growersa pies, the Bethune band of Immoka.lee : ;,
for return to work. The threat against Lt. Col. about remained unknown today mile or so Inland from Pine and the Bonita Springs Amer. +'w : N NDARLEN ,: ,"I
Michael Smolen, 45, deputy massive lean Legion band. -
as pollee stepped up a Ridge The buildings, to cost "
chief of the UA mission to Yen. search. Earl Itodges and Dan Cleav.
$21,900, will house field labor PACE LINDA MORRISON:
etuelaa force., was made FrU Trot, 19, has been convicted er*. er are parade marshals and first
Time Here For day night In phone calls to The for an unsuccessful attempt to Brookslde Bowl Is hiving a 12 and second; prises will be award. The Jaycee'WIvM sponsored teaching studies
Associated Press and other bomb a bridge that was to be by 104.foot addition made to the ed In three parade division, contest to select a "Queen") Unda U sponsored by Grace
Fido To Get His new media. Identifying them. used last May by VX. Secretary west side of the bowling lanes. according U Secretary! Blodgett, who will reign over festivities' take Florist and U the daughter
selves u pro-Communist terror. d Defense Robert S. McNa. building. The addition, built by Divisions wUI Include float!,best at the Swamp Duggy Races it of Mr. and Mr. GlenwoodMorrison.
Ids, they said Smolen would die mara on a visit to South VietNam First Florida, Resource Corp., decorated buggies and marching the famed Mil 0' Mud track 9140 CaledoniaStreet. +
Shot, Dog Tag7norulatbtp an hour after the execution of He was sentenced to Stein will contain a billiard parlor. units. In East Naples" on November 1 She enjoy swimmingand
Van Trot Viet ,
Nguyen a Cong. bands the better
August 'The more '
against. raMetand ,Tee! calls were reported'to, u.s.. Veneauelan authorities. .u*.. M Construction$J ,OOO. rolli.,f\estimated Said Mr* ruodeett. vwei <'t u'Jfoays/i! trIIwI".I"remarhlrf"! far cornel. *, "' lrllle dancing yearuntagewhoan/. "" .
proper licensing of all dogs III and V'Msuelaa officials. petted Communists bostila tt Maple Bouts >' ubdIVUIon I* to have idol marching bonds and
unmarried have a sponsorire
Collier County Is required law the VS. backed governmenthere having TamUml Builder con. this season and that's three more tarns to register \
and owners of pets will have from Young Escapee had staged the kidnaping.> strum two residences costing Te date w young women front eligible to enter the con
October 12 through October 17 They said the telephone call $10,300 and ,SOO In the sub. Platt Changes Naples and Bontta Springs have test. Would-lr contestants art
to take their dogs for required Returned To threatening melon's life were division Elhanon Comb I* entered the popularity sweep* asked to call Mrs. Hodges, atMl
shots and tags typical FALN tactics designed building a ",500 residence for stakes and Mrs. Thelma 3- 4047.
To license. a dog In Naples, to get as much publicity from David M. Llttlefleld In Soled Plea To GuiltyCircuit Hodges, contest chairman:
ea. h male or spayed female will Police Custody the abduction as possible. Acres in East Naples. would like to see the entry Demos
cod $3.00 and costs for an un. In Washington U.s. Slate Clyde Benfield has taken out Judge Lynn Gerald or. lilt reach the BO mark Opening
spayed female will be SS.OO. Steve M. Soloman 17. Fon Department officials said Brno a permit for a $7,900, 29 'by dered a pr*.sentenre Invent "It Unt a beauty co test-
Collier County license\ fees art Myers, succeeded In a tern len and ottur embassy em. 60.f<* furniture store building gallon Friday after he acceded ..Bdthare' HeadquartersHere
It's a
as followst males and spayed le. porary escape from Naples ployes In Caracas had been to go up on Davis 81 vdo In an.. a guilty plea from Benny Morris popularity contest"
fun for
males, $3.00 for the first dog Police last night t. but was back warned that such a kidnaping other East Naples commercial Platt, charged with breakingand everyone,
and, for each additional dog under In custody afew hours later might be etaged. Smolen bad project Harold lletmback I* entering. Mrs (lodges. "Psreras will Monday
the same owner, both male and taken certain Platt previously had entered a enjoy the preliminary jud trw
and has been returned to Fon precautions, the building a $2,000 real estate
spayed female $1.00 additional. of official laid. office John F. Bass bat taken outa not guilty\ plea to the charge, at die. high school u much u Harold R.Snowba 11,chat man
on I
Myers auto
Fees for spayed females will theft. charge permit for a $2,000 addition but changed It at Friday's month.ly contestants. We are noting of the Collktr County Democratic
be $3.00. (Continued" .1 page 2)) to a residence *t Jerome, criminal arraignment session for a record number of enacres Executive Committee
Following Is the Inoculatloni About 8j20 o'clock last night In the circuit courtroom at the this "
year. thai the *
has announced commbt.
schedule for the Naples area from Naples Fon police received that a call 58 government The Judge center refused to seta bond The dare of the preliminary ..'. Democratic headquar*
Dr. Norman Reid office Myers a
Another Month In Store when finalists will
South Trail, East Naples Mon. Chevrolet had been stolen and Big for Platt, because the defendantnow Judging light till at 313 Fifth Avenue South,
day through Friday, 9 a.m. to the driver was headed southon Is In uetody on a charge be chosen has been changed will be officially opened tomorrow
t p.m.; Naples Fire Station, Fri. the Trail. A few minutes originating la county court from Friday October 30 to at I pjn. with appropriate

day. October 16 only, 4.8 p.m.; later Soloman was stopped by For Naples Building Office Two other defendant received Thursday October ,.ICCO"tv ,- ceremonies.
Dr. Robert Dllbone's offlceNa. Sgt. Jack Bliss and taken to li.month prison sentences They 10 Mrs.HodgaYlecbange Among those scheduled to
Animal previously had entered guilty was necessitated bscsuMof the
pie Hospital st Naples the station for attend are Robert T. ffenson.
Shopping Plata Monday through police question October promises to be another year during which: 121 permitswere pleas, and pre. "t.n-e la vest.U home football game on Friday Collier County Democraticcomnlnamsnt
Friday, S a.m. to 12 noon and Ing.Police good-sized month for the Issued for 114.487,822 gallon was made Robert Eugene nlj/hi, Mrs. Hodges said Mrs. Henna
14 p.m.; Dr. DtI one's office officers who were Naples Bulldlra J Department u worth of new const ruction. For Eckhart, convicted of crud larceny Newest entrants to enter the Lowderrnllk, Collier County
Saturday only, 842 noon and 2-4 questioning Soloman In the con It enters the final. quarter of the calendar year 1904, as of and Louie Lee Klmherlln contest are Darlene Page, 17, Democratic commlrteewomaniA4
Terence room stepped out convicted of breaking and enter.
Its biggest Year In history. now, Sll.228.ra In building a senior ac Naples High and
p.m.Dr. ) of the Collier
will spend the .next year Miller president
Reid will Inoculate at the momenttrtly to gel arrest log,
During the week Just ended permits have bees'drawn up.' Linda Morrison also 17, and Democratic Club
following county designations on papers from the office and and a half at Raltord. County
Building Official Den Plnkston of last week's 15 a classmate of Darlene'
Saturday, October |17; Soloman "took off like a Jet" Largest Erie Mete Vkkers,Jr., having at WJI. Hewing Collier County
Goodland, Ship Ahoy, MjJO one police officer said. signed 1207,30 worth of construction permits was a 131,949 public previously entered guilty pie the school, chairman: for the election ofLyndonD.JohnonforPrel
..m., Marco, Post Office, 8:30. After an Intensive search theescape permits Within the works Item West Coast Asphalt to breaking end entering, was Darlene who .la the daughterof ;
9 ..m.t Everglades, Health De. was found In coming week the department Psvlng Co. U contractor placed on pronalion tor two lit and Mrs Donald Page. dent and Mrs.Eleanor tinting-
part meat J0.10j30 a.m.; Orhop. hiding U expected 10 process the for the water system pipelinesto years, 486 Second Avenue, North/ ham, chairman of the office]
.., Poet OffIce 10:30.11100 t.m.t the grass across from the new 1385,000 Deach C tub Hotel!penthouse be Installed In The Mooring Counsel for Man M, Jackson sponsored by XI Beta Mi chapter : staff

Copeland, Jane' Market, lljOO. Recreation Center. Fon Myers wing addition. UnIt 5. There wUlhenochargefor charged with breaking and en of beta Sigma I'M. Coif The. public Invited w attend
11(30! a.m. and Immokalee, Health was notified and officers from t>lnk3ton* office recently this permit since !the water Wring, advised tile.Irt 'by, let. and sewing are her hobbies. the ceremonies which will be '
there for him. wished t< enter
Department 1100.5100 p.m. came C:osed out the \i3eJ- 4 fiscal tines will become pan of ter a not that guilty JurliSf pies, and It was and. she. plans to go on tennis broadcast over Radio Station :,

the City's water system when accepted. legs where aha will pursue WNOO.
construction was ..1 !

brisk as the department processed -

dire.pe nnlt. for lk> ;a.j M
Homes and three for Michigan k,

Construction Co. Michigan
t +F
will build a 124,811 house lor

Frank B. Stevenson at 1990

Fourth itreet South) a H3JKQ

residence for Fred C, 31x1 1-

hausen at JOOSprtng Un Drive|
and a 111.500 residence\ for '

(('itniwd ee ,<|t 2) : .

,f M SM Police Quiz

Suspect On
l Jh
Theft Charge } ar

lAG Paid Moore was arrest
e* reaterdsx *>"ut 19 .... on
y, 1' e L e I Wge of dr*,tenne** and Ul
4s v Mid beta( Mid toe .questioning. unpopiCe
oe HMrc. ot shopiuilnc

... .... A beady stMp nmer sear bv.
grass Hardware *naj.Avenue.
'.* a AM passing a4
beard soeMtnlftf heavy tall
free the **.... (nesessMM.tovestigatkie .
e ni" vere4 a 20
pup *a<4 gue in the tush**,
follce were notched sad tarts.
II check rewesle. thel lilt gee ;...I;? y.a:.

U4 beee taken item ids Sari.rate. FLAP JACKSountrv, at i. with sauaaf and aplesauce will be

served by th Lu" Park P T ar a dinner/ the ur 'tlflurn Tues*

the Later sreaksssess Mauve rag rnargeasbewaeeee arrested m n.. I' ,'n: ng (turn > t.. 7 t P "'nation will t* $1 "cor the old 'folk

I i ,1. rc. ercktac '* tits .....* liltS .o <'p iU for t it i.' i'unt leapt' Cooks for the big event from

FIERY r.\IlEWEJL ,Fireworks Queen EUnbcti .i,:'.' up the sight, the r" .al where U* gin bad beee band.TM left will be Dick f"ett.i III'' VVel Dill Gravely < whn needs more
yacht sails and the residents of Ourlottrtowo tad tier Derby rft' war wd at $151.00. pr..tlco and Don Jones ( NEWS photo

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COUNTY NEWS. N.pIM| R.., Simd.y.: October II, Itt4

Johnson Won'tTalk Queen's Path Heavily


Issues, l / Guarded In Old QuebecQUEBEC

from the rest of
(AP) Queen Gils.: Independent

Barry ClaimsSPOKANE abeth stepped from her yacht Cansds
Mention of the queen's name
Britannia st 1006 sjn. Saturdayfor
her third visit to the French.pe.king was greeted with shouts of "To
AP) -
Wash -
some the
of the gallows by
capital Quebec.
Sen. Barry Goldvater 'om.
Prime Philip was with the crowd of about 1,000.When
palmed Saturday that President .
iupen! is he was on her two the separatists spilledout
Johnson Is mikinir it 'rrX91 Into
A I Idi.w, tlir, ISMIC" in .urlli visits, In 191! while Still of the rally hall the

the prcsi lentul. miidli.ii' > I... ,i prier ess and In 1859 after she streets for a protest march,
x moved la quickly<< and
.nise >ic Mill i"ot l debate tie, lad bt "me the monarch. police
GOP nominee. Lead n skies were clearing broke up the demonstration

Campkigldr.g III the Pi.. illr when the queen walked down without violence.

Northwest, the Arloiwpushed ell.lt"r" the gangplank from her yacht to Earlier some 400 students at
Wolfe's Laval University had staged a
viuebei soU at Cove
an ipioil' for the until' IS
to support individual! t rf'edlJf\lS She 11'1' greeted by Lt. GoY campus demonstration, shouting
Pull ( omtots, Premier Jean "Elizabeth go homer'
When they t ) no to the ballot tetx
Before he left San l-iaminco t 1 1w Le age of Quebec: and Mayor "We have prepared for every
Goldwater answered questions lUrid Hamel, who also weU possibility,'* declared acting

RECEIVES rONGUATlTLATIONS Governor put to him by a group of young "med her to the city In 1959.In provincial Arty. Gen. Claude
Farris parts of the city the queen Wagner, "but I feel certain that
Bryant, after seeing (anbboan (Jardi-nV University of California stu.
Duck Vaudeville show at the New York World'sFair dents in a sidewalk Interview.The will travel during her scheduled nothing Is going" to happen to

congratulates Clint Goldie, M.C. of the show, drugging Republican his shoulders nominee, said, star hen she until is 6(15 due to p.m.leave Sunday by air, Her On Majesty.top of other Difficulties

tIp' to 4000 persons per day have seen this travel that Johnson was following the for Ottawa, elaborate security facing the queen, there was a .

ing duck troupe perform at the Fair ; while at same course that Goldwater and precautions were evident. forecast of rain and possible

home, in Naples, the regular full length show goes others had advised Richard M. The queen stepped from the snow flurries. The temperature

on four times every day of the year.Fidel's Nixon to take In the I960 cam. gangplank onto a red carpet was expected to range from :SO

,palgn. Nixon disregarded that v extending into a huge railroad to 40 degrees during the day.cannot

advice and Joined In televised COLLEGE; CH'B mcmlm have he'en a HUM group scheduling (1\1'1'i i6lii passenger and freight shed Veteran observers

debates with then Sen. John F. ,students\ in M,,M i, t Im 'Tolli'u*' DIII" ommjr up ni'vt liuscl.nOttobti ', where the welcom ng formall. city recall surrounded any visit with to a such Canadian rigid

Days Numbered Kennedy. l.i: ;.it the I i :'--\1'i |111.'I Pllio"<=!i High School! U'oikinjr on tin- special ties took placa. security precautions.

"You can't formulate issues I",' l'ut front left s. ,it' d when one side wont talk aboutit and Prln e Philip walked along(
," Goldwater said. "This Chambers From lull/ standing : Natalie King Shern Chickening and another red carpet to their bul.peels of the visit. Almost no

Juanita makes it difficult to draw the Sue Ballard president of the club with oidcra" : "Let's get going. let.proof limousine and drove t to flags fly along the streets

Sister Claims issues" See story. ( NEWS photo ) the legislature buildings.In through which the queen was
to drive In her bullet
Goldwater has declined to_ her address to the leglsla. expected
limousine. Few If any,
proof ,
MIAMI: AP -Fldel Castro's that hold any on.the.record news ture, the queen thanked Lesage
( ) marked the start of the war of the were displayed .
pictures queen
sister Juanita lay for conferences with the approxl.mately At for her Invitation to the <-crov.
runaway our Independence College Day in shop windows. The
70 newsmen travelling Other Issues More Vital
his Communist stronghold 1* B was 98 years ago that Car. Ince.Mindful colorful Royal Canadian
los Manuel with him on Ms campaign tour. ul the Intense feelings
Cespedes, a sugar Mounted poUce were mostly In
His impromptu conference Naples Sr. High of the French. peaklnr .
Miss Castro, who went Into ex. grower, freed his slaves Cuba civilian clothes.
11 In Mexico four to let with the ollege students on the which resulted In the
month them
ago, help start a war that
said 99 per cent of Cubans op. finally ended In Independencefrom street In front of his San Fran. Than Race LBJ Tells DixieJOHNSON Tuesday Morning"College strong security precautions, the Except for two or three short

pose her brother's regime, Spain cisco hotel was the first time monarch added drives, the queen's program
he has gone on record by an. "It Is most agreeable for meta consisted of private affairs or
"To liberate Cuba Is a duty, "We must work without rest have done al that I know Day" are annual
the attractive 32.year.oM defee. Miss Castro said, "to make swerlng questions in an informal to treat all Americans event sponsored by the College think that there exists in our appearances before invited
tor told a news conference: after Cuba independent again" manner. He answered President Commonwealth a country whereI groups. The welcome at the
and fair he Club Will be held the
Just said. at Naples
the audience at votes in the able to
amid Even questions from am express myself dock' was limited to Invited
arriving Friday tight ae. as Miss Castro pleadedfor
luncheon In Los Angeles Friday suggested that second reference was In Senior High School, Tuesday. officially in French one of the
a guests, and so was her later
curtly: precautions.Mlas unity exiles
among a flag
sections hear text, which he read, at the October 13, beginning at 9i30
to allow most
declined of
Castro said herbroth.r'sdays parade and outdoor taUlch.d.ul.d but has Important languages appearance at the legislative
are numbered, "as surelyas for tonight was canceled reporters to question him pub. time except know dinners no Mason-Dlxon"Prosperi. a.m.The our western civilization" building.
Cod exists" because of threatened Injection licly.In. Negro. 600 students In school The queen devoted a large

His overthrow, she continued, of partisan politics scheduled appearances In Johnson said and line.opportunity" must know will be scheduled In three 40- part of her brief address to the

must come: by armed action. She Mil'Castro planned! to spend Spokane, Portland, Ore., and other issues brought prolonged minute sessions to meet with problems of Canadian confed.eration Another.

predicted any military action the day In her hotel room, re. Salt Lake City, Utah, the Re. tentlon, notably .. ap. college representatives to All but one paragraph .

from without would be support diving a carefully screened publican presidential nomineewas war. or peace bit later, having finished gather data on admission requirements of the 14 in her address were (Continued from page 1)
doubt his
ed Inside Cuba. flow of Cuban and American vis. expected to pursue his at. and spoken in French.
his text Johnson ad. expenses,
"Even top members of the lion. tack on what he contends Is civil: rights. Officers manned observation George M. Galt at 1910
"Whatever views other information about
President Johnson's aim of Any man your general posts atop buildings along the Gordon Drive.
armed forces and the Exiles expressing surprise at
govern have Constitution and
we a their choice of
piling up more and more powerIn dency, he said college. queen's route and security HornlU took 1
merit are against Mm," she the security measures, recalled out a
Bill of and
a Rights we
and enforce Students from Everglades and
said Miss Castro called her that only this week a bomb ex. the federal government In the law of the land. And forces swarmed through the permit for a
Act. Immokalee have been Invitedto Sailors $35oti
country a prison Island. plosion at a Cuban meeting was Washington.In of the Democrats In area. patrolled waters 2728 Crayton Road for
a colorful setting on a pieron Johnson attend the college day pro- around the yacht in small boats
She said she cam "to be with attributed by many to Castro Senate voted for It, and J. Ahrenst and a $: ,
San Francisco's Fisherman's question In a During the Britannia's two-
compatriots and feel near Communist element. gram.
my of the Republl. dental 1 permit for John Fordat
Wharf Friday night, Goldwatertold ly doubtful Edmund Lowe school day voyage from Prime" Ed.
my country on this October 10 While the exile colony gener. coun-
I signed it, and I am going 210 Line Drive. In
ally gave Mill Castro a rousing a crowd estimated by harbor remarks drew selor and advisor of the Col- ward Island and its stay in Que., Spring
it and I am going to
from bee process Is a $24.000 llomlll
police at several thousand racially City, all aircraft were
welcome the feeling was nut Club extended a
And I think man lege personal
of $100.a : It. any banned from residence at 2800 for
CRUISING persons that the American tra. a a four.mile radius. Crayton
unanimous.The .
is worthy of the high office Invitation to Interested parentsto
exile Patrla dltlon Is one of freedom, "and dinner In a New Thousands of Quebec citizens: C.H. Hashagen.
newspaper is going to do the attend sessions with son or
liWONDIHrUL said In Its main head Inei "Em. only we, the people, can keep The Including Frencluftpeaklne William B. Stone Inc. plansto
< FREE FOLDERS LISTING barrassment. Juanita Castro In this freedom" at the ballot box, televised, at thing daughter and become: more Informed separatists who opp>'se the build a $11.000 residencefor
All a TO es ,OAV CRUISES Miami." Louisiana and his directly on college requIre- queen's visit, lined vantage Kenneth Chesser at 1111
The Arizona senator spoke at Johnson went
All, WINTIft AIMING The rlght/ -wing weekly friendly the c reraonlos slsslppl. real big ments. points on the waterfront Duf. 14th Avenue North, Universal -
beginningyf is only one
Arw.1 the VorM pulls, AtrN.4elw
The New from out-of" ferln Terrace and
( M.dlrr"k$. to ,*.pr *ldent Fulgcnfito !'] which ,*U1 l c' lnjax Columbus ed three days uf erQ. that dace ypu. It is not Representatives the heights of Gunlte will Install(; a$10.000
the PUiss *
ta, sald 'That 1 ",0.t1'. Jl",1 tLtS Italian ban and It is state tcolieie4; ', Florida't' o Abraham as the
Day next'Monday. (c L) Jplng lei the. problem royal entered harborl swimming pool at 2121 Gulf
WONLCMTLV1iu with-whom1 vocational and technical yacht the
of a'muMerer, streamed'downtrom a' The only leges,
tiers Negro problem. Shore Blvd. for the Royal Palm
erward lie and
shared depredations should warehouse In the background, that faces you is schools, and the armed forces Unprecedented security pre.
CArAloenA Avl flew here to Club.
q COaAlOAatl) bring a message to the Cubans" and a wax figure of Christopher the ranch. you are going to live or will be present for the college city cautions in the had heartland been taken of French In this W.H. Bracken, 515 llth Street
Is more than Intolerable. stood to his left ss he is
Columbus and whether your family
w,0. ....._. r..owo s nets Miss Castro helped her broth. campaign trail day.Florida speaking Canada for the arrival south has contracted fortt.OOO
spoke.A to live or die. expected to
t>i ,.!>..>. ..s USJ f.f. er In the revolution resulting In Johnson would colleges of the queen and her husband, worm of Interior alterations.
.,.,> Tr*.. Estee .p.eMsis Batista's overthrow in U 9. crowd in a carnival mood "Negro, Negro, said a nuclear war"In mat. send representatives Include Prince Philip. Bahama Pools plans to Install
lives a
300 million
cheered him on. When hecklersset after stating Stetson University, U.ofFlorl- The city was tense as a result a swimming pool costing $2,450for

up a "We want Johnson" people want to tour."I moments added, .tUllmpromp. das U. of South Florida) Florida of a mass rally held Fridaynight Ira Bell, 249 Fifth Street
chant it was promptly drownedout going to let Rollins College
; by
time and hour separatists who want to North.Marathon
is no no Uredgirlgplansputting
MPLE Zoning AgendaThe by a louder "We want Bar. hate appealing and to try to no day to be rattling your Florida Southern College; make Quebec Province a nation In a seawall and dock
ry" response. and
Florida State University;
$ Zoning and Planning Board Goldwater arrived on the The remarks or clicking your heels for Lawrence Mawby, 1850
It was text.Bemoving a Storm Trooper n isI Edison Junior College.Representatives Sixth Street South, at a cost
will meet at City flail Tuesday, scene In a private prepared division or from out-of- Terrorists .
October 13, at 9 a.m. to con. escorted In a two.mlle run on Ms !I to preach of $2,000.
If there ever was a state colleges will come from (Continued
alder the following agenda San Francisco Bay by a small he remembered from pogo 1))
; and another for us to try to unite and Everett Colleges;Virginia Interment -
'CEATRE I. APPLICATION FROM B. Coast Guard cutter conversation: It was understood that the "Trescle Bible"
areas of agreement, it is Judson College
College I
J. Adams private yacht.Social House speaker State Department was asking
1 It Is time for all of us Catawba College Mercer University The "Treacle Bible" Is one
FOR Approval of plat then a boy, and the VJS. Embassy In Saigon for ,
Period Of little trust and little published in 1568 which has
v. a a and Pfeiffer College.
DESCRIPTION The west 308 ensue senator ; a report on the Trol case. The i
in each other and to to the word
try "treactc'I for"balm"
OCTOBER 1 a 1 THRU OCTOIIR I 17 feet of the east 1306 feet of the Security The Vocational: schools represented South Vietnamese government
some areas that we can in the line 'Is thereno
east half of Lot 88, Naples Im. senator will be DeVry Technical declined comment when asked
SUN.MONTUES on so we can have a unit. balm in Gilead"Title
I provement Company's Little Worker To Be name as ." Institute Tampa Technical! Institute whether Trot would be executed .

,-. Farms, recorded In Plat Book burnt "Sammy Massey Technical Institute soon
ROORIJ BURICI 'Tss : 2 at Page 2, of the public re.cordi In ImmokaleeA little better. t concluded that "I am Jones Duslness College; In Saigon VS. diplomats were
of Collier County Florida. back to old and even going to make a rec.: ; reported to be Company
G Social ( and studying the
of the
N representative to Massey Business College
you" how to
ZONEi "E" single family name of the ; proposed deal. One Informantsaid
will be
dialrlctPrlrt Security Louisiana and ) In the Nov. 3 presidential Tampa Business University Trot had been sentenced to of Naples
lGIsSmsWb IR in Immokalee, Monday, October I would like ." Others will Include Gordon-

31J1Y .. 12. The meeting will be held there and make added "I hope It you do Keller School of Nursing. die next Thursday, but other ABSTRACTS ESCROWS

Carefully And Wv.iiirrs. In the Justice of the Peace Court Democratic ( you think is right, that Jackson Memorial Hospital sources were uncertain whether TITLE INSURANCE
dws pate.WED building from 9 a.m. untU 12 or other U la the 1)4 Mrs SIMl
same and Fort
like I have one School of Nursing; an execution date had been set. IMS
noon. old state they that I think Is right. held out the
Myers Beauty College. They possibility
The Social Security Branch Of. if U
is not I won't
Democratic ques. Armed forces will' be represented Trol might get a lasumlnute w. j. vast
THUR FRI, flee is located at 2139 McGregor All they ever your patriotism I won't men from the Army, reprieve anyway because of his ...,...,
I Blvd. Fort Myers andaspokes.
time Is Negro your Americanism, I hAet,
; I man said Inquiries may be madeat question your ancestry I Navy Air Force,Marine Corps, sge. Venezuelans ANew fla.h. .
"The have ...
'CHAll.' as.
J.AgitsW I CAllAN rAtA''' the office 1 or by mall. The Johnson, who quietly in the sanctity of and the Coast Guard. sured us they would use all the s

DEAN office is open Monday through welcome from bedroom whisper to Lady police facilities at their disposalto

JONF : Friday from 8145 a.m., to S p.m., Louisiana as my own personal opinion obtain Col. Smolen's release,
except national holidays.In dinner audience your Judgment."
a Department official Furniture
Vivian Ot| for Intervl.wron.lderable GOP CandidateFor
vByl coming an clvU rights Sunday he will fly to said.

SAT Me read where s major If applicant time will can bring be Social saved several Joined him at Arls., home town of Congress 1 PaysVisit > In New York Smolen's par. and
Goldwater to
attend cute Mr. and Mrs. George Smo.
unUmlty I lee revealed a Security ('card evidence of age, train station to ,
Church To Naples
services In both 69, were reported CUSTOMREUPHOLSIERING
BORIS KaFWrT. study whlrH ihould bring and a record of last year's and Johnson at the fly then on to Long Beach "yet, )' upset" and "trying to 'r

Black Gabbai souse to those .he like this year's earnings .rn wh1stl.. top San Francisco, Calif. John Steele. Republican candidate control: their feelings."Smolen's 'j

their coffee breaks right A for congress: from die wife here was reported In a

up to bfdtlm Sixth congressional district opposing stale of shock.:

Paul Rogers was the Fire men took part In the

According la the study, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Donald kidnaping as Smolen stepped

1TAIL roffre st bedtime may ic- 1&aIt .P T. Jones, 803 Banyan Blvd.. from his nome to ride to work

\f THEATRE toady Mu you to ge to Friday night' and held a press with Col. Henry Lee Chats, the

Irrp. The KUDU: The conference here Saturday mission chief: Two young gunmen m'

drink's warmth Induce Steele Is currently seized Smolen. Three oth.!
SUN MON Like It? Then read on becauseit's morning. ers chased Chaste, but lie

OCTOnlt t 11th .11thA .l..p and the amount ofstimulating in serving as mayor of Kalian- Jumped over a fence and took
taffrln In ourSEASONAL dale.
scup yours ___ __ refuge la a home.
of coffee I.I too small Smolen the father of four
t* counteract the b..fl(. One trouble with your children: ts a 20>year veteran "Experience Makes
careltss I u that
PSVEN'P1111111115' risk effect of the heat RENTALSON driving with the Air Force and a oeco The Difference"

... -.... ,... .... ....... there are too doggontjmanu rated World War H pilot. A.....

The study also l disclosed lEACH people, hke you. tin of Johnstown, Pa., us per Nw Fermitsr

PLUS IICONO rlATuai that moat persons she One lovely 3 bedroom 3 bath ;. .. ... .. .. ... ... .. .. ... .. manent hone is Chandler. ArU. CHUM l'fkUtcrr
test that coffee I I. going The kld aping vu almost Draperies!

THE ABDUCTORS te keep I heir eyelid glued plus maid quarter BEACH RENTAL : Identical to that of Lt. CoL See ear showroom and
w.11o open are victim of their James K. Chenault, former
NEAR BEACH DlrH'l ell :Naples Btrtts. ., deputy chief of the U.S. Army our election
Victor McLaglen e n Imagination. Three 3 bedroom 2 balh home. "f remfiMlablv necenmiMlslfc mission here. Cbenautt was of NEW FURNITURE1!
George Macready There I I. IICIhlll.lI.. the -fc family ., fwir Ui ... abducted by FAUN terrorists A.k Aboil Trade-Is
AQUAlANE last NOT n and released 111III
ncdvre offers
rlht real
estate Iran* ( collage
OCTOm FRI SAT.ink slab action t. produce deep andreiuicitatiig One 2 bedroom 2 bath home, separate .v pUraunt rtltitd living ., harmed eight days later.the assail. MARTIN'SFwmitvre
la Chenauli's ease
sleep, quiet dining room boat dock *T Scrn4 porch e _a.C ants almost Immediately nod. & Upholstery

mt ruNru t.. .,,"., and give UitiajMtUfwtion. Guest Houses Co-op Apartment leg .lf."r ..tedi.0tisg ., Oed the Ot. embassy, ca&lnc

ThE MAH FROMALYESTON This I I. the r*.., plm large tos'rwfc .. ., attention to their cease. Tbe Ml Stli At.. s.

kind *f deal VIVIAN KG, sir cenditiciiiiit, TV lft .e., patten of call ta the $mol_

Y.ae.lq. REALTOR sI4 Fifth A,- feik. *W trte bitches. case toUowod the FALN style Ml 2-7257

ease South i* '..0.. for. D.C. JONES 4( c* ipllIy. s4 attr.c tikg ... .

P\UIIICOMD ,IATU'I Yeull profit. three ways ; REALTOR (i Ijr ferMdMi sad equlppc -

by calling Ml 1.47J for for iBBitdUte 11ft.Bs ".. :
THE .l S
s teiuiilUtioB nil. Fifth f /IfMrf'J Of
vIIATony ; "sleety MlUfactka, aid 3S1 .. $o. ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 2-385J .. Ce tart year krelcr4C .. INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL

Travis economy. __ Irene RoUnd Frank B. Purdue) Harry L. Miller Edward M. Anderson er rail Ml z.ua .

KadUr +',.. Ml 2-3696 H75 P >. St, N
Karen ** ** * pjtt <. fl.

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) BOWL Jensen 288.147 Christie Morse ,

PALMETTO .. Judy Crlcaen. .11.115, John KJmger 233-193, : /
berger again led the league fir. Forrest Ooodlette 256.140, Mike I

bit a $- "'- .. Eva Ifcwue Jones 1S4 loner and Kenny Ro- .
cam up with a B5-IM, Shirley ark 120 Bill Jensen a me up I I

Johnson 49447, Juanita Snyder with a duplirate two games alike.

4894W, France Fttaek 4M4Tt. JUNIOR MIXED .. Danny Mel at SUNSHINE SUPREXI

RANGERS HOMES Dais Sills post a ion 119, lies continue his fine bowling '
he reached 5Sa.l88.199. Mike I'
Haul Abrahameon and IdM a
Simpson 173 each, Mary Arm. Sharp registered a 505 J80. Larry Green GiantCORN

bmst In.TWIN Lee 500485482, Pam Bell 901.J J '
National Park Rangers Make COUNTY .. Moon Mul. 187, Kathy Repasa 389450. Cork.

tins blasted a Z36 for a SIS I. Banks and John Abbott 174

erles. D. J. Salmon used a Ingles each.ROLLING. ::

215 for a 554. Leon snyder post. BROOKS MIXED .. #
Homes In City Of EvergladesBY .d a 54$, H. S. Overhulti 528, Out front was Red Lord with a l/\_
Carroll Arnold 522.207 and Rol. 611.225 and Patti Dottle 478-17
11. Rice a lone 209. D J. Salmon recorded a 878. 2 cans 29(
Residences buUt In Ever.
BILLIE D. SMITH WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN. 215.205, Terry Itenson 544-207 _
EVERGLADES: .. Everglades glades for the Ranger and their Leading the league was Sue Unk and Rita Junk 46S. Dick Jurek

was selected the site for the families. They are built on pll. with a 486.208. Margaret Simp and Mar Dunham were the sharp
legs, and the cost to the Gov. ..
each the Green Giant
Everglades National Park dedlca. ernment was In the neighborhood son produced a 464481, Juanita converting
tion ceremonies In December Wright 446461 and Nour Turner 6710.
1947. Thousands came to hear of 6000000. A boat basin 431 Susie Kllngler rolled a nice SEA SHELL MIXED .. Top
President Harry Truman and has been buUt on ChokoloskeeBay 184 single and Ruth Dodge 166. were BUI Dunn 555.I7andMarl.:

Secretary Krug officially o.cll. at the southernmost lit MIXED PREPSTERS .. GlenRoark Weaver 504193. Charles Douchle
cafe the nation's newest :parr:, of the City of Everglades. Sev. tossed a fine 308.158 Ray posted a 542.211: Jim Croak 523. ,
eral channel have been ut 200. Planet Abrahamon and Ethel
and 'Everglades proclaimed the through the shallow waters of that Jones had Identical series of 492.. '
Western Water Gateway.Most i'1
visitors and many Col. Bay. control of tb.permlttee.will con. Hand used a 171 and Ethel a IM t'PEAS
tItute cause for the cancella. ;
for their high Dot Don.
Her Count tans are at some time games
"MISSION C6"AU tlon of the permit.
within the boundaries orth. Ever elson tossed a 178 and Bea Mohr-
glades National Park, and must of this is a part of"Mission i The use of liquefied petrol. bacher 114. In a make up game I
abide by the Park's regulations 66". Also scheduled Is adman> euro gases and gasoline for cook Marie Weaver produced 515482

Most do not know the regula. Istratlon building and other foe 11.Itlea ins. heatln. or lighting Is pro and Fred Clark a 201 single.

Hone passed on July 8,1964 and for the public. CompletionOf hlbited on vessel carrying pal" COMMERCIAL .. Paul Crick.
that they became effective Aug. "Mission 66", is to be In nrert for hire, enberger cleared the deck as he -. .'7 .. CAREY
18 1964. 1966. Money has not been placedIn I I No vessels carrying passen. fired games of 222-202.201 for a

,District Ranger Richard Stoke the current budget, a* yet,gen for hire or reward may be 625. Buck Perry blasted games of
Is in charge of enforcement and for its completion. Ranger Stokes used. upon the waters untU and un. 241.234 for a 600. Ev Baldwin SALTy

preservation of the National Park aid that anything that la legal less all safety equipment (as won a silver dollar from Cab \ I"

Law. He resides In Evergladesand under the Slate of Florida law,described herein), has undergonean Luff for his 227 game, and he $

has two assistant, Ranger Is legal In the park, with one inspection by the Superintend finished with a 599 series. Paul y 7
Ed Carlson and Edward Morgan exception .. firearm ant (of park) or other suthorlt.ed Abrahamson used a 221 for a 10.
The Everglades; National Park Excerpts from the boating officer at Intervals not to ex. (91, Joe Salmon 589-201, Jim 't

does not take In the fishing vll. regulations In the National Park ceed 11 months., and such exam. Croak 582 with two 202 game.
system, now In effectsREGULATIONS has been found to be ac.ceptable .
lap of Chokoloskee, or the City inatlon Wimp Johnson hurled a 221,Gene 10c OFFIGIANT
of Everglades It might be said to examining officer. Dye 223, Em Emmerlck 213,

that It surrounds both place Prohibited Operations Ross Phillip 212, We Henson,
Anyone traveling by boat out of (b) PERMITS The launching or No vessel shall be ten unat. Jimmy Haynes and Walt Brehm

Everglade or Chokoloskee mustpa.s operating of any motorboat on tended, outside of designated 202 each, Tom Eggleston 212, SALVO .
through Park Waters. waters which are not directly- mooring or beaching areas, fora Dick Cole 248, ArvU Holland

Ranger Stokes stated that for cessible by a designated public period In excess of 14 hour with 224, Chuck Langston 208, Bob
all practical purpose the West. road Is prohibited .. In all other out the PRIOR written permls. Steele 204 and Fred Sheet 201.

,ern boundary would be consider. cases the Superintendent may don of the Superintendent.No Herb Lee picked up the 6.7.10 694STOKELEY'S

ed_West Pass,which lies approx. by the posting of appropriate person shall stay overnighton and Jim Dunn rolled Ms first
imately four miles west of In. signs, require the Issuance of a a vessel moored in a deslg. game over BOO In five years of

dUn Key Light. The intercostal permit before any vessel plac. noted mooring area unless writ. bowling a nice 565.210.CONSTRUCTIONEERS

.waterways on the Florida Key ed In or operated on the waters ten permission Is first obtain. .. Jim STOKELEY'S SLICED
He may also, consistent with ed from the Superintendent
Is the Eastern boundary Stoke Croak took the lead with a 584.
regulations In this section
,specl. BEETS
sa.rl..... fy conditions of such permit. AIRBOATS PROHIBITED 225. Gene Tessler registered a 2 c.n'29NABISCO 1e .
581.213 Mary Lightner 549 and
I ,
The permit must be canned with. Vessels equipped with propel!
In the vessel at al times and shall ors above the waterline, com. Tom Eggteston 841.216.Tei Mills
EXCLUSIVE AT R&R be exhibited upon request of any monly referred to as an "air. used; a aS for a 546. Ron Town.
seed listed a lone 211, Ev Fager
authorized person boat" are prohibited except that
(k) Commercial Operation this prohibition, shall not applyto 210, Ray Lewis 200, Bud Cross lb. 28Jt
207 Bill Sims 203 and Bud Mohr. SALTINES
Our SpecialIndividuality (1)I Vessels subject to United the Everglades National Park. l;
States Coast Guard bacher a fine 223.
Inspectionand Hotel Ranger Stokes stated that
certification shall not be this law will also be In effect
in. operated on navigable water of Iff TIM Everglades: National Park VINE LANES HALF GALLON f R
Out front"was
the United State unless the yes. Soon
leI has a valid certificate of Prohibited OperattonstVessels. Francis Lord using a 127for
GIFTS 591, Bud Haaslnger and ORANGE
Inspection Issued by the United equipped with a propellor above
Identical 580ttsBud'1 J'l84
Jack Hatcher had
State Coast Guard. the water line commonly re.
Accessories (2)) In all water the t high was 224 andJack' '
operator ferred to as an "alrboat" are DRINK
Vance Strickland
Antiques of any vessel engaged In prohibited .
587.204. 0. Eaton fireda
commerce, Including a vessel Camping on or from vessels posted a
carrying passengers for hire, at any one location, either In 222 singleton, Wes Benson Bullard 209.
INTERIORSFurniture must either have a valid United Ingle or combined separate periods Glenn Ults and WUburn nMN
204 each Bill McElvey 208 and
States Coast Guard operator' ,
may be restricted to seven
licence or a vxlldoperator'x per. days upon the posting of appro. Monty King 200. CLASSIC
mil Issued by the Superintendent NICK'S LIQUORS --
Upholstering prlate signs by the Superintend.
and close to
(of Park) or authorized repre.wedatlves ent. Too for the night
Draperies a 700 was Carl Armbrust bom.
following pr..nta.Uon Vessel In violation of any' pro.
Carpeting of a valid United States Coast vision in this Motion shall be barding games of 211424 and 238

Guard' license, or other ade. subject to removal from the wal. for a 673. Tel Kaverman blast
ed a ISO using two 223 game
opals evidence of competencyby his
ere by the Superintendent or
the ap'dIant. authorlted representative; the Bob Glen Tope Lite recorded 580401, Ev a 582.223 Baldwin, "

c?tQ? ot expense of removal and storageto WAI
1Bct\JHC. 573415 and Paul Crlckenberger
iu1 On vessel VESSELS carrying FOR HIRE passen.cers be other the liability person\ In of the charge owneror of 072. Buck Perry and Mike Pike U. S. CHOICE

for hire which are operatedIn the vessel produced games of 226, J. Fin. CHUCKROAST
!!f1 rt- ) navigable waters of the Unit. ear 21' plus the 2-4-7-10. Jack

ed States, the only acceptable INSPECTIONSThe Hatcher 210, Gerry Kelly'and Bud 49ct

1290 Third St. So. evidence of competency will be Superintendent orhlsauth.orlzed Hall 203, Ron Van Hall 201, Ed
and Hunle Hart 200.
Coast Guard operator'slicense. Harroun
a U. S. representative may at anytime IbiA
Member Violation of regulation, board any vessel while afloat POWDER PUFF -Scoring he"". I
American Institute disregard of condition out. ore went to Linda Sauchelll for a
or or underway to examine docu.
i the permittee, or nth.Sr .. 499.188.I Katy tohl had a 487.
lined by ments licenses and r permit
Interior Dtair> ra : j
under the direction and of tee Marge Beabert and leather I
person relating to operation the ves.
bas Spottl 469, Edna Cole
sal and to Inspect such vesselto
determine compliance with Betty Gets 452. Alice 465'1
tossed a lonely 172, Bette
CHiCK and DOUBLE CHECK regulations. and Fay Hatcher 161, loge GUI SIRLOIN
Only a few regulation have
167, Tina KIM and Edna Cole
RS OFFICE been given time and space could 160, Eldres SUM ma* 154, Merle
not permit more. Full detail I
'" SUPPLIES Harris 151\, Almee Capelle 14$.
may be obtained by persons plan. 147

g.c.0.el elak JUIT N'UClIIIID_! NhN furnltvr. .. line to use the Water of the HIS 'N HERS .. Tom Efgles. 8941b.J
_,ew.M. eM .....11'.... .1 t,...._ J Everglades National Park too led the J
.....i..... Ruins, regulation and laws are HI* with a 543492
I followed by Ev Baldwin 541-211.
V tU."I I11. II* MA HI.Nfcl* JU.K.,. KHMIH* contained In the booklet! Boating
Terry Murnaa and Mary JoGlbts
..In The National
.tVH MENTAL: FRFE I'BOMPT Regulation ahared the honor for the gale
IIFI.I'F.R"F.R: \ If. Park System and. can be ob. with both rolling a 501 set. Mary
the off) of District
talned at e
t*" ilk .It*. "K"' Ml 2.'U Jo UM<| a IM and Terry a 176.
!Ranger Stokes, In Everglade,
Pat Egglertoii tallied 472.188,LU

---- Miler 4", Ann Davie 466, Skip PRODUCE MARKET
Curry 443490. p. Wnldrfe came

''' up with a tot Ingle, 1, Wolfe
,. ', ''' IN NAPLES
< /
71/: 1
%08. leap GUI 189 Kan Letter
150 plus the 6-7.10. Winnie Mil.
ler 156 and Katie Hehl l 114.


brut showed UM way wOk a 586. LARGE, JUICYLEMONSdZ494
214. Jack Hatcher a 221 for a

818, Greenle Eaton 174.224, Kar
old Miller BW.OO, Al HaM) 562.
22* and Moon Mulilns 38-ZOt.

Gene Mats fired a 224 sonar,
I Jack Breede 229 Park Wilson
232, Bob Garter Za, Unreadable

::103 and Seller 244.LIFif .


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I National Newspaper WeekThat 1 t Newspaper Enterprise AssnVnu

time is here again National scheme of things Only the newspaper U5r fRfF were flying over a jun. ry '
when small
gle in Malaya a
Newspaper Week is to be observed during can adequately record it and keep it tL1 storm jostled our tiny plane

the October 1 11-17 period. And when as history In the ever-growing files of My seatmate a traveler from

newspapers risk the appearance of im past Issues (Have you ever tried to clip New Zealand. looking downat
and Iht'
modesty by blowing their own horn and save a radio or television broadcast?) ( J 3' thick the underbrush swaying trees shuddered

during that period, we feel they have a No other nation has a press quite like and said ..\If we came duos

right even the obligation to do just ours Every one of our thousands of pi- here. not even God \lould
know where \\e werewasnt 1\
that. pen (some seemingly too big and some a true statement hUI

The local newspaper provides a service seemingly too small), each working in its 1 1r we felt the loss

that is unique Irreplacable and a own special way, is a vital part of the ..4i A few weeks ago a Nor

fundamental part of our national life. great edifice of freedom on which this wegian sailor died aboard a
lake steamer His family was
Its pages tell an endless story of the country rests. abroad and so the funeral

events, great and small that Influenceand This newspaper has tooted the horn service was attended by no kept In the friendship of hit

determine the destinies of the com of just about everybody and everythingIn one strange but experience the pastor. to It was standalone a church.fellow-sailors But\ the and girl was of not his

munities and people the papers serve. Collier County during the past year i 'r .. with no one there but This Is our problem.One .

There is good news and bad but but next week the shoe Is going to be the body of this not'so-old man dying during tin'

whatever its character it is part of the the other foot. 1'ae sailor Yet there was a familyin war was able to write
another port and a letter // I should die i 1'/:I ,

could be written assuringthat this of me

. In Addition To Everything Else Oil! ; grieving family that the That tliei e's some cornet I
rt member of their family had a foreign field

Oil wells are nothing new to Collier In Collier County the firm is by no To received them the it must rites have of his seemed faith. That is forever England

Countians. The Sunniland oil field, located means a newcomer to the search for oil as though there was an immensity But suppose he had not had

on SR 29 between Everglades and in Florida. Sun Oil purchased its first QQESSUaE of loneliness but one the deep Inbred loyalty with,

Immokalee, has been producing oil In teasel in Florida in 1935 and with the letter of understanding could its remembrance what he Oil
break through. It is this that is more and
commercial quantities since the first well exception of five years has bought leases Last week a little girl died more the poignant and tin

was brought in there by the Humble Oil each year since. The aggregate acreage in our city. She had been pursued imposing challengeThe

Company In 1943. during those years has run almost to fortunate by a whole circumstances series of and un ancient poet cried II

But yesterday's announcement by the four million and lease rentals have had never known the happiness I forget thee let im //'Ighl

Sun Oil Company that a producing well amounted to almost $6 million. + we associate with childhood Were hand forget always her in the cunning danger!
in her death the
has been brought In at Felda, In Hendry The bringing In of Red Cattle No. :2 at clergyman. Now who had been her of forgetfulncss having
Indicates that Southwest Florida Felda climaxes ? "z %;;,;, small plane of our existem'
County, nearly 30 years of search : ; ,_.. : ;,, ,.. friend was alone at this casket jostled by some unseen und
may have more of the "black gold" than ing 20 years of drilling and over $10 No one had called had to and tempted to think that not'i
claim the body. one
even the most optimistic suspected.As million invested by Sun according to a BARBSBY LETTERS shed a tear. No one had donea even God would know "I i

a matter of fact Sun Oil will start company announcement. It Is to be thing to break through the could know where we ai'

drilling In Collier County next week hoped (actually it is confidently expected) HAL COCHRAN ------ immensity of loneliness. In such a time of forgetfulness
ONLY ONE VOTE times, our descendants may wit. It is the Ironic fact In this and nonsignificant
about l'/4 miles southeast of the Felda that Sun Oil will be successful in its drill- A New England man has ness and experience In_our land; crowded world that It Is more there Is the thrust of the

well. The new Collier County well will Ing program in Collier County. studied snowflakes for 25 Editor Collier County New: a communist take-over whose and more impossible to be promise that all men are or

be known as "Collier Corporation No.1 1 ," This 'latest discovery of oil in South. years How's that for*a dirty For several decade more and chief at state could be Gus Hall, alone and more and more impossible the family of God There h
you more Amerlcan.'alltocastthelr who, not lone ago boldly de. to such lone also the gnawing( weight on
and Sun Oil officials seem confident thatit west Florida will certainly do much for I ballot on election day for the clared that "I shall never be liness. The Immensity of the our conscience that knowingthis

will be a producer. Its economy particularly if the field Where bathing. suits reason they "claim: that! "1 am completely happy until the la* jungle Is no more threateningthan we make that known In
usual stopped will soon be shown only one vot. That"one vote," congressman li strangled I with the Jungle of the neighborhood a myriad ways so that none
Neapolitans find more than Interest proves as productive as first tests Indi.
by low-cut evening dresses.e however, shows nearly 40 mILlion the guts of the last clergyman": where the young can In this polite or cruel jungle
in the successful drilling venture of cate. e e people are obsessed with Do we want auch a cesplcabl.ovemm.nt die unnoticed and unmourned. shall ever think that they are

Sun Oil In this area. Three members Collier Countlans have reason to be In addition to the word such If American an attitude non-voter and never vote.feel The Norwegian sailor\ was forgotten.

of the Pew family have winter grateful that they live in this area. It TRASH on refuse containersit their groat country 1* unworthyof ,such I diabolical presided man? over by

homes here In Naples. The Sun Oil Com already enjoys salubrious weather, lovely their vote, then they should The answer to this question

pany was founded by J. N. Pew In west beaches, excellent agricultural pros. .1iTAA migrate commissar to a country where should be of vital concern to
are only too willing
American especially non.
ern Pennsylvania In 1886 and his des. pacts, an upcoming winter season, that to do the voting for them; where every voter who are assisted by a few

cendants have a major interest In the promises to be the best ever a record .ra every worker' "new deal" 1* political sycophant and hypo.
In apportioned to him from the crises like the Boston bean
company. year building etc. would help a lot if they'd cradle to the grave; where the (halt baked) now running for U.S.
Although Sun Oil Company Is not In addition to all the above blessings also print BILLS head of state are not the er. Senator, whose attitude and phllo.ophy .

as well known here as Humble Oil which -- now comes what appears to be a vista of the people but their 1st Ask not what I can

opened Florida's.. first producing oil field bright (fujur* in oil I A Chicago waiter was,or- masters ace whose residing wall in are marble lined with pal. do State for rather the people oak what of Hew the people York a

rested for speeding Wkas gold while the face -of
.. .. poor can do for met
; I S ... the address of that renau- worker, dwelling In dut, are

rant r lined with sorrow and tears; Adolph Kopen Newspapers if they art
QUICK QUIZQ where many of their neighbor Naples, Fla.
TODAY IN A bachelor really has no and com of their children are to bt interesting! must
good reason to be a good liar. spies for the state; where poll. not be molested.
What songbird flies undt
Uclan disdainfully proclaim to
frtdtrick the/ Great
water >
A-The i water ouzel or dip BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS * * the opium masse of the thaf'rellglon people" Where i* the Away..Jllenhion. .

per not only walks under the liberty and freedom exist not THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
surface In quest of small WASHINGTON (AP) TheD enc might valet.Scranton's COLLIER COUNTY NEWS at all; where personal ambitionand whtn Kicking 1 pvrchit. from I ;a 'tlona 1 W ek
creatures to feed on but frequently e f e n I I Department' top file do show, MICHAEL CHAN'S Edit-Publlthor initiative are *tv"<.d In News *d"*rtlr. H. ti Int.r.it.d. Newapape
flies under water, spokesman say a routine officer Sylvester said, that GoUwattr< THOMAS HAVEh AMoelot Editor every phase of life and Indolence ;n .knowing ('Sou' your rctponi.
using its wings as though they a* the) Penniylvanlan' com MARSHALL WYATT Adv Min |*r Octob r 1.1 1'1
effectiveness report 1* the ALIERT OPOLKA. Much Supt. rewarded; where every worker" -
were In the air. So dense Is marling officer, had submitted ,
only evidence it can find to tup. DAVID HFRMANSON. Clrc Director obtain from"magnanimous"state
the plumage of this thrush. port Sen. Barry Ooldwater' an officer effectiveness report MRS LOUISE he ---- -- _
DAUB Office Mir not what desire but ---- -- <<:- -
sized bird that its body does claim he recommended for the period October 1981 -
promo.tion what i* allocated him according
Publlthed dally, *pt
.c Monday
not get wet. It can withstand In the Air Force Reservefor September 1982 saying Scrantonwas sod Siturdiy, In tht .fl.rnoon by to see "need". Historic.ail

temperatures of 1 50 degrees Gov. William W. Scranton of But qualified an Air for Force promotion.spokesman tti Ine. ,Colll.r 741 Tw.ifth County"'''Inu.Publlihlni. South Co.N.,. Every American who fall to COLLIER COUNTY
below zero. Pennsylvania. plot, I'll,, J3MD. Mill ddr.M I'. O. cast his or her vote contribute
Ast, Secretary of Defence aid that In the normal course son aU7. a giant step toward the advance By KURT CRIESSHABER ee AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

Q Has a Quaker ever been Arthur Sylvester said a thor. of defense affairs such a report dopirtmontt.T.l.phon. Midway 11107 for ill men; of communism In AmericalThe -- _
would not constitute .ar.a
a r S. president ough search had been made of for a rcom.mendatlon . Democratic party and its
\ Yes, Herbert Hoover all possible place In the Air promotion tubMrlptlon Rito aspirant for high office may
Campaigning Oct 9 In War. .
Force where such correspond. mlnstr Pa., Ooldwater said h* dvinc y carrier. or mill payable 'In not be the right brand of tea. SPANISH TREASUREBy

had put In for a promotion for On. V.*, IIS. tin Month |>.M. Conversely, the Republican party
Thro Monthi SI.71Mombor or It* candidate may not be the Governor Ferris Bryant
,WASHINGTON: ,' ;1.'HP"ttSMAtt Scranton a year ego The GOP of Th. Anoclitod Proi. most delectable pudding yet ,...,
presidential nominee which I. Intltled
a reserve "olu""ol" to IMU.
major general added that tie >. for ropubllcition of *ll local' there 1* no valid reason why EDITOR'S NOTE Governor
,r "USI'Ne.S'slf now Items" In thin .
: : printed pipor a. so many million of citizen w.II
and Secretary of Defense Rob. well a. all AP sawn *i.p.tchM.Entered Farris Bryant on
refrain from election
err S. McNamara were "not a ucond cl.,t mottor it voting on occasions writes a new-
.1)' .WUI.H.: ,:t( OUI th* Pont Offic it Niploi. Florida' ,
getting along" and maybe thl* undr. Act ol Mirth 1. ill?. day.If the nonvoting trend con. Utter for Florida papers.A i
had delayed Scranton's promo recent one concerned
There l I. progressive thinking There I. Ualbralth. for example lion from major to lieutenant :<' '..$, '<'. "iillit; ," : 1WATCR Spanish treasure ships
at time In the Congress. Rep who one wrote thai advertising colon, .' W'< <'""T'mEIImm tunic off the coast of
Richard PelT of Virginia report I. all wrong became Sylvester said that Scranton Florida In addition to /.I .
ed recently' on I short speech It Influence people I. spend I
became I major on June T, 11181. its historical interest, ,
i -end) made on the floor by their money for ear and appliances PARAPH .
Rep Gene Snyder of Kentucky and such Junk when they and would not be eligible forconsideration OPERA ACACIA Gov. Bryant also explains
limamucri at Rep Snyder would b* much better off U the by t promotion L how treasure II \ / \
'''nic from one of the states government took thai money board until n4 June at the ACROSS 28 yprlnold V C L A EIL C I T S shoed by the stare and f \
vhi-re poverty Is claimed to be and spent It on public ,,'arh.II. earliest. Vertex hill C R r o R R C D lhe finder. 111i
.o( ismpant that a war on pov ended up hi.. career a* ambawador 4. Lantern 39 Civil War C' C DAR R I S C The illustration isbT if. /
arty ii nrcesiary. his comments' to India with an attempt WASHINGTON (AP) The 8. Segment of general D 0 R 0 V L R C O D Kurt rieuhabe +
on the youth t* gel mlllllon of American first whooping crane baa are circle 30 BUck chose historical ani.c1es i
camps cov- :<: InpI,.,.' money le !build rived at the Aransas National 11. Exit' cuckoo IRA R CC u R wiL will\ resume nut
eyed by this o a government steel plant In Wildlife Refuge on the Texas 12 Endoird 11 Irrhil MIA O t R 16 0 R creek.a .
program are a India to compel with the private Gulf coast to spend the winter, field cl'llll.noun. CRS P A A L. lII. ,
plants ace according to tilt Fish and Wild Old card 31 Arab gulf L V n L T'TI' i A T A R

Rep Snyder "' Theie young men Rep. Snyder life Service. game 34 Sweettop a D O N A i L V A D C July 1713, eleven Spanish ..+L '
laid, "Mr peaks about would receive excellent WASHINGTON (AP) The 14, Decipher 33 Sp hero t O R C R S D C 1. L D galleons, richly laden with gold, }
Speaker, the Interstate Commerce Comma 16 Ou.l 36 uha. r.
guidance from another Crude silver and other precious art.
wrk ramps Arthur Ion has approved a trusteeship fouNn. 38 prehlilonc SOLUTION Of Idles caught la the
professor Schleiilngor YISTIIOAT rUZIU were up
In the poverty .e. for the Pennsylvania Railroad'sRailroad band tool fury of a hurricane la the Allan Much of the treasure trove 1* I'm glad to say, are very coop.
bill would gchleulncer has written there 19. Thick ilk 41 Mutftlnp* 2 t>*l.iuJ 7 Church tic off of what 1* now Fort In gold codas called escudo eratlv. They are Interested In
ro l$4.7Mper C W. H.rd.r : will never be true democracyIn 20. Bucket 42 Dt.nW Jrfly dignitary Pierce. Ten of the ship were Eight escudo pieces,worth about the treasure, which I* of course
year for each ..r.U.., acrordin the failed State until government Th ruling announced! Friday 22. Con\'m 44 Born mkwglubtiaiKe. 8 ucuw destroyed, and look their tree. sixteen dollar at the Urns they Important to them, but also they
la Mr. bnrlver. The ramp, own all la* principal Into money3.. Anthropoid 9 Fabuloui were lost noyeariago.aremuch are Interested la history Some
clear the for the of to the floor.
way sure ocean
cur poverty roar tell us> would mean of ,rNIIC'II... 23 Tenth 0'46' DodecanrteuUnd bird more valuable on today rare have traveled to Spain to check
the Wabash Railroad the Nor. Much of that treasure and thai
provide healthy outdoor recreation 4. Put on ,
000Beildei .en 10 !Light bed coin market. B 1.aredblOIn. historic records for the names!
folk and Western and the Nickel' from other vessels Mill
balk edurallo for many
and 26 Fr carlo that the find of of vessels their and
laving the taxpayersmoney annualincome 47 jndDOW ISno4iu large old piece cargo, the
draft rejectee and Juvenile delinquent I Plate Railroad. rt on the ocean bottom today,
there are other ben.. 17 might depress> the market sire of their crew
::N S Mature VaUet value
., My question For Tn ICC approved the merger but a private concern working
.'M per year, why send the eyoung till of this plan July IS with the condition that 2T Noun Iona 1. VouRgiwr 6 M,.* d poet. under a lease from the Stat of of the* coin: but Florida 1*
men I* work rlmp" see the Pennsylvania dispose of Its 19- Ship Florida 1* systematically carry. going to do 11* part to prevent Scanners are exploring the
Why not Harvard?" For example, consider hew 20. Smug that by preferring Its char as floor off the Gulf of Mexico
In tilt NAW and the
I this
holding I e s a e r N log on salvage operation on
thl could elevate the rnlturaltone J/ d ptdl" historical artifacts and not cell
Wabash. fleet. OnWourth of their fidgoes a* well u La the Atlantic. Most
of all the enfated -
The Coorn.m.n then point young men them. of the treasure hit come from
IJ to the State.This .
.d out that tuition fees, board In max demonstrations, II rc// .
deilreyhif properly and other- ; -4- I* bow Florida! manages Some of the treasure like Spanish ships, believed victim of
and Harvard
room at II only
$2.701 per year, as computed to wise seeking to overUrn law WASHXNQTON (AP) The 0" ; 1 :n"t_ treuwhUl1 D( off her shores. a nine pound disc of silver that hurricanes of the, early 17 00-'.,
the. coot of $..TOO per year keep and order. Ho many of them world hat agreed en one thine Salvage lease are granted by was recovered, Is not minted, but cone O. 8. gold from a Coo.
3) Dsiakra 04II
uif the young men In work are so terribly inreiith, not of the atomic l.nllllot a soend. / ; /. / (; "p / / the earth the Stat Cabinet serving as bit most had ten formed into federate vessel ha also been

> anip He .110 pointed nut that eenrae, beC'.... of any a.S..1'toI'lI'IU.I. II lJ Trustees of till lnt.rnallmp"- cans. salvaged.
l. ItelandM
nv tar II healthy outdoor recre but. became they The Twelfth General Confer : mint Fund to single Individuals, Artifact brought Ice from the
..t1. n Harvard ofTeri foot!bull. have been denied the ,rl\'U.|. enc of Weight and Measures, IS II' 17 Seeoraas. Snot M corporatIons They first underwater die Include maayobjects I base heard
of becoming Harvard.oeo In Part authorized / 0 n sue estimate that
ncr and bird watching Heaim couth al meeting the out leas of archaeological
M). CemPypw.gJ lobe an xploratory to value. early ,400 million worth of
aId that Harvard "1'a nw masur B wont aff.ctow I <; lr I" March for ofT-shor wrecks. Many metal object> are thickly gold and silver sack
basic education Thta plan clock but It will / 12 witndooned
pretty good of Rep Snyder' dally help
with coraUlk
UCnM whorl a wreck I* located an encrusted a urtraeace. Spanish
}) ships en rout from thepew
Thii cornel from a man who would go a lung way toward upgrading In precise scientific measurement I" Jf
exclusive lease I .
\ granted giving
0 Mex World to Spain. W
graduated cum laude from the demonstrator quality. where fraction of sec. art
the bolder tile sol right to sal. The wooded Spanish vessel
JcHerion School of Law IJ. certain to M antncr****
cf the
ar* essence. 2" t'uaering at tile site carried smooth ballast stones
o all. the nation need nee particular deslg.Dated. la treasure \IuDtJa(. There willIs
This I* perhaps a u|.etloa more properly' tailored demonttrnUr ff' & I/ 3e U j4c* which frequently nark wreck adventure, aod perhaps pro.
that sheuM. be ro......,.... who. apeak wnk *.- The nw definition -based o* sedyiiN Florida' char of fabulous sue I* Florida coastal water fit for some, but to Florida tints
cent .....IIt,... The ....t,...ttwtof the vibration of an atom of cesU I V .i 4J ,, 4. 31 Slielate treasure recovered: off of Fort and could awl soraetline do earth will ton up lost pages
Harvard whose school color properly by ...II\.lIt't1l11ll.. ma replace the old defe the t / I.41 Pierce to date was recently dls. lead akin diver to more wnkea 1* ov arty motor and pro.
are .. solid crimson, ha* some ales mid *.... || khoold. be of a second which was based on ,, ll / 1, W Got t.auad played I* tally haueq. treasure whew they are dI.. vide a wealth of artifacts to
interesting professor*, don by hattfcaked. educated. 4 fraction d the arth'i annual 40 Skin edgePr'smclnun I Included orut roM neck. eovertd. supply ow Mate atueum for
.._ ....... .
sot 1..1 1' wd ,Lr.rl.ro a""w""
orbit around tile sun. I U You and I laosstf Intricately woven design. Florida' treasure banter, aO to Me and *aoyebt .

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plw l N... Su /*". 'OetU II. IW School Menus

I I ; ; I 1>1, ,1'ft. ., Naples Junior HItb School
In observance of "National

I .rmmokalee News LWa1fW0t4 Three were School Invited replies Lunch to were Week"submit received.students mews.

BY MRS. W. M. CARtBTT The parents of these students

-..ar -. r a..v are Invited to be our guest
for lunch die day their menu
Mrs. W.R. McCtU.Mn.CX Margaret Thurman and Mrs. is used.

Carpenter and)Mrs.LJ3 Rivers Bessie McGUl visited Rev. and Mondsy-Rsvoli.green beans,

drove to Lake Placid Thursdayto Mrs. Wells in Chokolotkee t B, JANE MARTIN sliced tomatoes vanilla pudding

visit Mrs. Carpenters and Wednesday hot rolls snd burrer,m1Jc.
Mrs. Klvers' brother. Allison Mr and Mrs. Gene Rhodes : d 'Tuesday- Hamburgers,potato

Story. left Wednesday for Hollywood There it nothing like mail from horn. Mrs. Leslie gems, tossed salad relish.

Mrs.Beit rice Dam ler.Mrs. SjC.with her after parents.spending Mr.three and weeks Mrs. F McConnell had the Frank Meade's itinerary Every ripe olives cookies, milk.beef,

place she had a letter for them with WednesdayRout
LJ. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. they stayed waiting mashed potatoes and gravy,

Wayne Cheney went up with them rte, news of fellow Reef Clubbers, Naples weather, et al spinach cucumber: and celery

5 Tetannsoan where they plan to work. Gen and Mrs. Meade spent five months i Irt Germany, strips rolls and butter,
The Lions Club held their
*a Austria took their lot brownies, milk
regular meeting at the CircleW and Bavaria They time, played a

Restaurant Monday night. of golf, and put 3 000 miles on the little red Volkswagenthey Tbur.dayPIzZa., cabbage
salad, whole kernel com.cherry -.
They had as guest speakers the bought at the beginning of the trip. Theyplannedto cobbler, bread and butter, i
'4 District Governor of Lions the back for their which doesn't
.ewarer.r bring car daughter, milk. I
BUl Cokerof Ban ow and
Clubs.President of Bank sound too complicated. However, the freighter the car Friday Hot dogs potato I
e buttered carrots, orange
Bill Price. Price spoke on the ; was on was delayed a week by Cleo's winds. When the salad milk.

Lions Club sponsoring the Boy ship docked it was raining longshoremen don't work Juice bars

Scouts. The Club reported when it's raining. The weather cleared, but by this time Park School
Lake Elementary
hive received the Halloween *
they candy and will sell house .1\.1on \ tb.. the longshoremen were on strike. However, the Meades Monday Hamburgers, dill

to house, or you can buy the 1 were told if they wished to brave the picket lines they chips, bated beans, cole slaw,

candy from any club membe r,or could. This they did Rescued their car, presented it to fruit and milk.Tuesday .
for the 14 the Sea Gate Elementary Port chops,mash'
at the Kllgore Seed Co. Those AMERICAN FLAG classrooms at new ,
Mrs. Kedel and home the first of this
attending were Roland Walker, School won' presented to Principal Mrs. Grace Batsom (I) came on arriving ed potatoes gravy, baked

Frank Wirrlner Murray by representatives ,of. the American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. William week. matoes, apple and raisin to-I

Csnova, James Williams, Albright, president < r ) and Mrs Claude Storter, rehabilitation chair Others who are now at the Reef Club are Mr. and chocolate cake rolls,

Laredo Curry Jack Whlsnant man. (NEWS photo) Mrs. T H. Connell The Connells were here part of aid mills i
Meat loaf rice I>
Sam Heath and Charles Mark- the summer, too, but the end of August went north to Wednesday salad
hand Tuesday night at and gravy, green ,green
ham.Ricky Wolf celebrated his Michaels Restaurant at which oversee remodelling work on the home they purchased In peas, orange jello with orange

TWO DEAD RATTLERS 11th birthday Wednesday with a time members heard the recommendations Southport, Conn. slices biscuits butter and'
Gitl 1 Scout NotesBY
Tom Jones, an employee
pany at his home. Theyplayed of the nominal Cold weather most of the time they were in Maine milk.
of the Buck Plunk- .
arid committee appointed at the Thursday Mrs. Bryan'sfourtb
football and danced reported Ing
Mr. and Mrs. C. made the
ett farm in Immokaleeused they had a wonderful last chamber meeting, The say Aplin Sparks. They return grade Country fried

a 22-rifle to dispatch time. Hot dogs potato chips. commltteewlth Ewell F.Mooreas MRS. DONALD M. SCHLERF trip to Naples In easy stages arriving a week ago. chicken mashed potatoes

these two venomous baked been, birthday cake and chairman recommended a Mrs. John Corning lingered in Maine longer than the gravy green beans, tossed

snakes totaling nearly 12 lemonade was served. Those list of six members for election Soarks. She reoorts cold, cold weather like 28 dearees .salad rolls butter, Ice cream (
feet in length. One rat attending were Francis Poole, to the board of directors, donuts and milk.
tler measured an even six Freddie Taylor, Joe McDaniel. and one more name was added ATTENTION LEADERS! Plans are under way In 14 a. Tuesday morning in Kennebunkport. Friday Tuna fish salad,)

feet while the other was Danny Hall, Eddie Paul,Jimmy ss a nominee from the floor. There will be an important all plea for special Mother's meet Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Collins, Rudder Road, were creamed potatoes spinach]

two inches shorter; both Wolf Dennis Skinner, Dana Named by the committee were program level Leader's Confer toga for Brownie and Junior lev in Villanova, P,. until September 7 when they flew to carrot strips cookies bread,
snake had 11 rattles. Residents Howell James Waller, Roy Miller Bill Inca on October 19 In Punta ole, and another for Cadette and butter and milk.
Daughtery, Lynette Senior level. A special program Europe for a three week tour. Upon their return they
/of the area are cau- LctaStokes.ClaudlaSlngletary! I Price Jack Allen, Sam Heath Gorda, from 9 a.m to 2t30 p.m.
Judge Elmer Friday of Fort My on "Girls Make the Difference"with stayed in Villanova for a family party Saturday night to
tioned that the season for Carol Skinner, Renee Combs and Roland Gettys. Nominated slides and commentary will Sea Gate Elementary School
roaming rattlers is approaching Janice WolfClndySk1nner,Mr. from the floor was Stan W rlsley. ere Prevent will speak Juvenile on "How Delinquency"at To Kelp be presented by Senior girls, celebrate Mrs. Collins' birthday, and then started out the Monday Hot dog, baked)

its peak and and Mrs. James Wolf Mrs. the luncheon which will be held and the occasion will be most next day for Naples.Mrs. beans, cole slaw, milk Ice

are warned that snakes Dorothy Skinner and Mrs.Betty CHAMBER BY-LAWS at the Congress Inn following the important in presenting Mrs.Helen \ James Watkins arrived in town Sunday froma cream.
will be on the prowl during Combs.A Members attending were informed conference. Round tables and McElyea, new executive dlr Tuesday Goulash, tossed I
cool cold
(not ) Oxford N. C.
the mating season. total of 12 members werefl' that the by-laws of the training for all leaders and troop ector of the Gulf Coast Council, delightfully summer salad apple crisp bread butIter )
newly Incorporated chamber committee: members will be In* to Naples Please watch the paper She will open The Gallery this week. Mr. Watkins is still milk. i\

provide that the president and eluded. It Is urged that all lIa. for announcement of dat.made.. this busy at the tobacco auctions but will be in Naples ina Wednesday Roast beef,I''|

vice president be elected from pies area troops be representedat Announcement Tlmberlake was of two few weeks.Mr. gravy, whipped potatoes string)1
week Mrs.
Loveliness the board of directors and that this session. The cost of the by beans fruit cocktail bread,
? .L'.iotu fr the board of directors must be luncheon will be $1.55, Including very important appointments to. and Mrs. S. Meredith Strong Jr., Sixth Avenue, butter milk.Thursday.

". elected st the chambers annual tax and Up,and reservation need chairmanships for the year's Coo.ac.tlvltles North, are home again. Mrs. Strong has been in New Smoked sausage,
Robert P.
'tI. Mrs.
: ,
lJ.JJ\t ory li/oorf dlytl ee meeting, after( all member not ing be at the made beginning until Monday of the morn con.ference will head up the cookie sale, and York since July, and Mr. Strong joined her there a few lima beans, pineapple and.

Dythee Beach Club Bee.ty Baton Ml 1I7JILevel of the chamber are notified of Mrs. Edgar M.VllsonWiU serveas weeks ago. They talked with the Jackson Moores who cheese: saladchocolatepuddig: ,

t forth Cover-Upa an annual meeting. It was This will be an excellent chance: camping cI1a1rman.Women's plan to leave Connecticut the middle of the month, and bread, butter milk.
Will shape and style decided to hold special annual for adult scouts throughout Neighborhood Friday Cream of tomato)
Boye your will spend about two weeks route south.
..Ir.o hide the 'thin. meeting on Oct. 20th at which ) Five to compare notes soup crackers, tuna fish salad,
If you're one of the hun- bin- II. time the three new board members and exchange ideas on all phasesof Latest When Mr. and Mrs. James Noell left two months sandwich,Jello with pears.mlIk.
.pot.. a fluffy
dreda of American womtnaufferlnf ( will be elected and then scouting. The meeting will beheld motored Cedar Noell'tformer
some hair loss, luilon of luln.... (That's ago, they to Rapids, Iowa, Mrs.
the officers. Cards will be at the Baptist Church on home. From here took the train to Califorhla ShadOWlawn Elementary School
there aren't any "bildy" why even our oldest\ pa.Jokeih the corner of Charlotte and GUI Styles Almost they Pork

a allowed at four44uAel troni look pot' ] Pf', RUr.iZf '" 1 Mil[FWU'nce.dfthHmeetlhg.! -days The]; Bteertj, ptrect oM,are,",tol\* visiting friend pre the coast, and.'" tf.J}ooln-1aw and ."dIed Monday'yams, green chops" beans can-
Fightparticularly. f.arli }eau aowst M Punta-Oorda'tWVlWt''' '
Ont kind of bald. here's a chamber was given a financial 7o Diaper StageBy daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Anthbhy Sowerf/'who'Rve In banana road, applesauce
on to Charlotte Street acrossfrom
hide (
sees the only Incurable deride want to today's, report by treasurer, Fred the Ice Plant),'and proceedto Walnut Tree near San Francisco. They then went backto Tuesday-Beef Stew.ca rrors.

kind, la moot ease.-dors wonderful you may mafic on wife, or Edenfteld. end of atr.... Troops are ask JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP Cedar Rapids, Iowa for the car, and on the return trip tossed salad, mashed potatoes
happen only to malea. In The )Immokalee area Girl ed to notify Mrs. E, W, Timber Fashion Writer visited with another daughter Mrs. William B. Michaels homemade bread pudding.WednesdayEleanle .
fart the ladies transmit wlgleta. Nobody'II knew, Scouts officially began their lake, at 2.3630, of their plane to NEW YORK (AP) The wienies,
genes for thin baldness, esrept you end we year recently with meetings participate, as soon as possible. current pride of Parts, Andrew and Mr. Michaels In Tulsa, Okla. turnip greens, beets chiffon
right on t. their aone. and we'll\ be too proud te scheduled through the week Courregss, stops Just short of Col. and Mrs. Clinton M. Lucas enjoyed their usual pie.

But medical erlenfe aaye tell\ Whatever your hair Junior Troop 222 has a mem- diapers In giving age.conaclous the youngest summer in Syosset L. I I. where they have their own small Thursday-Mr. Manna's fifth
this strikes men onproblem, phone MI Z-J7S3 bership 29 and will meet at the American women
type Woman's Club grade Hamburgers tomatoes
collection of clothes ever cut In home on property belonging to their son-in-law and
I most of and talk thing ever. Your Lions lettuce
Ijr Happily, types Den on Tuesdays at 31S potato sticks com.lce
and hair adult sizes.Turning daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Byam K. Stevens Jr. This Is
"Amperla" (tictia hair beauty till 5. Mrs. Joyce Shoults Is the tables on little cream sandwiches.Friday .
fill-out) are temporary, health la our thief leader and Mrs.Carmen Single Opens SeasonOn girls who like to dress up In very handy for regular visits with their four grandchildren. Toasted cheese

n emin II knots concern.I tary Is co-leader, Brownie their mothera' high heels and Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders are at the Beach Club landwkhea,broccoll.: coleslaw,

Troop 303 has a membershipof Wednesday long gowns were grownup ladlesIn for 10 days while getting their home on Third Avenue, prunes.
23 and meets at the Lions white leather booties, baby
r------------------------ 1 Den on Wednesdays at 2>4S bonnets that tied under the chin North opened. The beginning of construction on a new EUSTIS. Fla.AP( )-The Dutchman -

till 4ilS with Mrs Walter Gar- Naples Woman's Club opens Its and dresses that quit a onsld. house in Port Royal brought the Sanders to Naples a little rot Ms anawer-In Dutrh'1'
currant season at 2 o' lock Wed.
5 extra days rett as leader and Mrs Frelda neiday afternoon October U,with arable distance the audience above the at knee the earlier than usual this year They spent the summer in tan Van Oer tatj. a native of,
and Doris Wolf Indeed, Holland who lives In Euatls
Lancaster Mrs a program of timely interest opening of the Courreges collec. Martha's Vineyard.Mr. now ,
co-leaders. Brownie troop 208 when Edward J. Her tog presentsa maker walked Into the Chamber of Com.
tlon for leather and Mrs. Samuel Harned are back on Galleon
has a membership of 18 and will photographic study in full color to find the
3 Samuel Roberts Thursday saw mare secretary pen-
extra ports meet at the Lions Den Thursdays ot several Far and Middle East roundest Drive after three months in Scarsdale, N. Y. They went
the cutest, pinkest, nine a letter to P.C. Pool of
I at 2143 till 4:15wtth Mrs. countries, Including Viet Nam, dimpled kneee In town. These, up early in June, just in time to greet a new grand. Curacao, who had written a letter .
1 and Indonesia
Anita Howell leader and Mrs. Malaysia rather than faces, were majorconslderWonS daughter, Wendy. Wendy Is the daughter of Mr. end
no extra cost.Ask Anderson In the first public show in mod. of Inquiry about a winter
co-leader. choosing
Mothers are asked to please lee or these plcturea.Hertog els, a Roberts spokesman said. Mrs. John C. Harned, and has a brother, Peter. vacation to Eustis.Rerognlting .

pick up the girls at the appointed a Naples resident Yet those knees very oftenwere During the summer the Harneds saw many of their the Dutch name,
1858 most of his
Lines; spent
about American President
us time. business life aa Director of Mid. covered by leather slacks kind Naples friends, and were something of a bon voyage Van Der !.aif asked to answer

I three special cruises to the Orient Sam Heath returned home die and Far East Operations for that slim made as apace Courreges suits -the the most committee for those leaving for Europe, including Mr. the note-and even offered to
last week after a three weeks Westinghouse Electric Inter and Graham Jordons. show Pool the town when he ar-
I controversial French designer Mrs. Russell and the Harvey On
San Francisco/Los 1 hunting trip In Wyoming, Mr. national In China, Japan Indo.
Angeles: In the *
since Yves St. Laurent rim_
I the south Mr and Mrs. Harned visited Mr. and Mrs.
SS President Cleveland . .0<1. 24125 Heath was very thrilled with nests, Korea Philippines Cam. middle 50's. way ,
I SS President Roosevelt . Nov. 7/8 1 his luck. He bagged a moose bodla, Malaya and Viet Nam. Since this was an "oh-you. William C. Franklin in Baltimore, Md. The Franklins -

I SS President Wilson . No.. 21/22 1 elk, and antelope. He left the The elides to be shown on a large kid" collection, kid, naturally, have purchased an apartment in the Royal Palm and ex. .
I first Class round trip 'a,..from SlUt 1I moose head in Wyoming to be screen, were taken for the CIAunder was a favorite material, supple
of American Mill pect to be down early in December.Mr. .
economy Class fares from f72SNoplts g mounted. tie flew to Miami on auspices and sexy aa It slithered over the

... 1 Tuesday and his wife Mrs.Alma tan Intelligence Total In an opera.. model's body fitting like that and Mrs. Lee Warrender, First Street, North, are
lion Photography.Me
I ., r.-I 1 Heath and Mrs.Jim MoGlll and known will accompany as the pictures proverbial ,love. here until Thanksgiving, when they return to their homein
I little
Dresses were simple a.
1 their grandson Terry Heath fanning Port I. I. for the
with a commentary on line divers Jackets and coats Washington, holidays.
Travel Agency 1 drove down to pick him up. the countries covered, the na.
were slim, square-shouldered, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sherwood are back At The Surf-
1 Francis accompanied lives, cultures, traditions and
I 888 either double or single breasted side after the their home in
5th spending at
Ave So. Ml Mis summer Lexington
__ __ __ Mr. Heath\ on the trip. customs. After the program, tea and with deep vented flying
will be served by the Hospital tans Slacks were skinny and Mass. They also were in Boonton Township, N. J.

ity Committee and Hersog will curved to the leg with Inverted for three weeks with their son and his family including a
be glad to give valuable tips on I
V slashes over the white boots,
where to go and what to see brand new addition, Douglas.
which were worn with every.
NOW OPEN to those planning tripe to the thing George Cowden and Chuck Grimm, who are In HOLLAND

areas Members covered. Wyoming for several weeks of hunting, phoned Sundaythat SALLEYINC.
may bring guests to STOP
this meeting "Stop" 81... Mean they both had been successful getting an elk, and .

an antelope. They also reported a nice visit with Dr.

(c(1l? / Wt. pU1Jtt.t Jim Craig who now lives In DuBois, Wyo. .9.tulo..
1LampUgbterCtafeter I ISO 5,0' A\'I SKAKIS
The hunters are now after mountain sheep. Permitsfor
t I this type of hunting are hard to come by, and Mr.

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;'! : : Emmanuel Church COLLIH COUNTY NEWT N.plhr, ".. _4.,. CWcW II. .114 7
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=.,- ..8-Y BILLIE STH" "D. ,":. L'r Supper Tonight
"':'1 '1:: .:., Emmanuel Lutheran Church rowBonita I IThe
will have a congregational church
George Rogers will speak dinner with Us family and re* I Fob
supper at o'clock tonight. r0
on the benefits that Everglades celved many gifts.
lowing the supper, Mrs. Iran
ana the r
outlying areas will Mrs. Alice Oes leaves by FelgMnar and airs. Bruce Boynton -
receive from the united Fund at Jet from) Miami International win present the home mlitlon
a meetly to be held at 730 Airport Wednesday, October theme. "Sotnlsh Americana." Beetle Springs Hooter Woolsay and Opal Kyle.
p.m. Monday October 12 In the U, at noon She will visit sister "Sklppy" Boynton who visited Group held Ka first meeting of Attending this meeting ware
season at the local Ownmun. Mr. and Mra. Cecil Woolaey,
City Council room of City Hall. at Houston. Tex. Mrs. A.S. In Peru last summer, will tell tty Hall, preceded by the CM. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wool..,. Mr.
Refreshments will be served. Mlchlel then to Port Arthur, of bar experlenci in the Latin ternary covered dish luncheon. and Mra. Forest Arautraethe
Mayor Cecil Drake states that Tex. to visit with sister Mrs. American country. A colored Due to repairs taking place In Dan Gables, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn.aa .
an Invitation has been extendedto WA viola. All three will movie oo Guatemala will be the building, th.group assembled Kyle, Mr. and Mrs. Ban
: Ochopee. Copeland, Lee go to Alexandria La. to visit shown.All members and trlenda of under the branch of the hue Watch, Mr. and Mrs. William
Cypress Jerome and Chokoloskee their 91 year old mother. the congregation are Invited Banyan tree. Vlce.Preehtont Griffin, Mesdames Ruby Carpm.
as this Is a meeting Mrs. Clara Thompson will The Lutheran Church Women Mrs. Dan GoNe praldd. fol. tar, Bennett and Perry
for this entire area. be the bookkeeper for me Everglades win bold their regular meeting lowing s discussion on Mental Mr. and Mra. tHe, Dick and
rl Health it was decided to helpIn with Ura. Fran
A Parents-Teachers Assoc- Rod and Gun Club. this TIIurldl1l11ctt.ltarUncwUllde.. Mildred along
fatlon has worked for art 7 SO their "Care" project. Those Hunt of Charles Road, Fort My.
meeting will be held season. She at : pjn. lira. Arthur
who attend the November mwt.
era and with Dill Blngham from
Tuesday October 13 at 7:30 the Rod and Gun several years, Malby and airs. John Roedlger
'" ..... log, on the first Wednesday of Bonita Springs aa a guide In
will holt. Mrs.
-prtor to the In the l serve as
pjn. regular dining room.
I the month, are aaktd to bring his boat, fished the paaa this
meeting at 7:30 p.m. The Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. ,wi Herbert Lee will prevent the pro. an unwrapped gift either for manor week. Using shrimp,th.y brought
"Radio Voice of the Ooa.
class of 1966 and their advisor Bassett of Chokoloskee have i 'IIft"' \ cram, Members aid to women. In a nice haul of reds, the I.....
pel. are
Mrs. llelnbach, has extended returned from a three months brine the following items for the Mra. Earl McDaniel ..11report.d sat of which weighed In at $,4pounds
invitations to au of the a e Ill In Hospital, .
parents tour of Portugal They Jetted 1 : school beget pencils, notebooks: Naples
members of this group the over in nine hours. Upon arrival paper pads, erasers, scissors, and a round robin get wall card
Juniors Uth grade. they Volkswagenand THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT lit the Naples Jumoi High School ruler, crayons, modeling day, was signed and ant to her.
Raymond Wooten and H. E. toured the country. They has been all shined and polished rn this Kit.-hen -ivw: m preparationfor paste, soap, comb, toothbrush Paul Lucas a charter member sick, II.W. Clouser
Smith attended the Florida Air stated that the climate was delightful "School Lunchroom Week In ,'hanrc of the culinan ants from and bandktrcHlrf. Thee will besent was also reported on the Mrtrepolltin 'In.u ac. c......".'"
boat Association meeting the people were left are Mrs. Verpe Weeks Mrs Marc Walters, Mrs, Dorothy A I- to AfrtcaandSouthAmerlca. list.Word has Just been receivedof
Wednesday night at the Airboat friendly, and the food was de- britton, Mrs. Helen Witkop. and Mrs Harriet Tea gun, Manager the death of Frank Brown, fctropotu.1.
Association a on the Tamlaml licious. ( NEWS photo) Tribute Pamtntt Sr. of Dale, Indo and who will !!
TrailInDadeCounty Approximately The Chokoloskee Church of be renumbered as one of the saw VOM,It f,
85 members were pre- God held a District Youth Convention Lake Park PTA Pancake Supper Tuesday Night To protect her ships In the original organ!sera of thla group. will t'a'ly' recommend a
sent. Richard Wooten and October 5. Approximately Mediterranean Sea, the Contributing\ to the birthday program la Hi your per
mother,Mrs.Raymond,arrived 250 people attended. All Tuesday night October 13, 8(00 p.m., and lasting until'the and eat supper, as well as all United States paid large sums bank were Mesdames Lucille tonil Life 'inivriitct
later In the evening for the of the surrounding towns southof marks a night of family fun pancakesrun out or the fathers parents and teachers of Lake of money to the Barbary Perry and Ethel Bennett. .weds Call or mike:
meeting. Fort Myers and La Belle at Lake Park Csfetorlum. The jet exhausted from cooking Park students. Adult tickets States from 1795 to 1801. in KosUafM for the next m* t. Midway 2401
spite l t of the protests of tog will be Mesdames Jennie
W. "1ke" Smith returned lent representatives. Rev.C.L. Lake Park PTA will sponsora them. are 11.00 each, and children Thomas Jefferson P. O. tx NspUeoeoeo
and others. 993
this week from Hubert N. C. McGee district youth leader Pancake Supper starting at The public Is invited to come 50*.
where he visited wlthhU sister was in charge. Y.P.E. President -- -- ---
and family Mr. and Mrs. of the group is R. Lamar o oo o oeo
Ernest Riggs formerly of 't ", npson. The Saturday night /
Coodland and Everglades. fish fries recently started again
"Ike said this part of North for the winter season by the
Carolina was beautlful.howeverit Church of God, are drawing a
had rained steadily for large crowd. Rev. James t II
several days and he headed back Daniels. Pastor of Church of
home to Everglades. God. Chokoloskee announces
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence that a revival meeting will start,
Learry and son, Eddie, from today. October 11 with F.R.
Moorehead City,N.C.are visit Daniel as evangelist.Mr. .
ing with Mr. and Mrs. E.W. and Mrs. Bob Parker
Fussell at their residence on and family of Miami, visited
Cammelia Street. with the Chester Davison's at
Carleton "Snapper" Butler Hammock Landlng'9.Ochopee.
and Lamar Thompson remodeled They are looking over the Ocho
and repaired Ashnoca pee area, to try and find a placeto
Apartments o n Copeland stable their two riding 1
.Avenue Ashnoca is owned horses.
by a group of doctors from 1
Asheville. N.C. It is a one-
story type of condominium. Panhellenic GroupTo dcn9wz

Three ousled of this the week.porches were jal- Hold MeetingOn d ieemeilI

The Everglades Chamber of October 19

Commerce have had many Inquiries The Greater Naples Panhellenic -
as to when and where Association hold
will their h
a young man who has reachedhis first meeting of the seasonat )
18th birthday,
may register
7t30 o'clock Monday night
for Selective Service and now October 19 at the home of Mrs.MJ. (
they have the The \
answer .
(Barbara) McKay on Banyan
law states that five ((5J, days Road, ,fline Ridge. Mr '-. -.J .
aftar a young man has reachedthe toe (Peggy) Bailey will serve : It is our pleasured] announce that Mr. E L,' Edmund3noted, ; 1l1" h "h'
age of 18, he must register I
as co-hostess. '
In Collier County they may Anyone who was active In a tenor Designer formerly associated with Jordan Marsh Decorating -
register at the CourthouseIn
national In Is
sorority college
East Naples from 830 ..m. i0 Lauderdale Florida has joined
eligible to Join this Panhellenic Studio, Fort now our organ
to S pjn. Mondays through group according to Mrs.Carl
Fridays at the Veterans Ser- Hauber. One of the main ization.
vice Office projects of the group Is to
Glen E. McDuffla enjoyed his acquaint future college women
birthday last Saturday Oct. 3-
with life a university -
on college or
He Is a Junior in Everglades campus. In addition to many years of successful experience in the decorating '
Senior High.and vlce-prejldent Those Interested in further
of the Student Council.: family Information or who would likea o field, Mr. Edmunds has an European Master's Degree In the oo
party was held at the residence rile to the
Monday meetingare
of grandparents Mr. and Mrs. asked to contact Mrs. o History of Arts and is a graduate of the New York School of o oe
H.E. Smith. Attending were Hauber MI S- 6570.
Mrs. Marie Ludlow, Miss Interior Design. :
Glinda Ludlow Miss Angela 0
Ellison, Harry Comacho and WATCH THEIR MONEY o 0
Glen's mother, Mr. and Mrs. NEft YORK (AP) Anthony 0 0o
Johnny Walker of Goodlandhls Htnilik nnn's.f of the tutprivMt o We are now enabled to offer any kind of interior improvement :
sister and husband Mr. and airfield within the metropolitan

Mrs. Lavonne Rimes of East un. Flushing Airport creation traditional contemporary modern a simple
says Mm pilot complain' about or 0o
Naples accompaniedby 0
were his ".50 landing ft*.
their. small sons and Mrs. "Son of them tpcnd money o detail, for a single room or an entire house to achieve a ;
of Glen
Alice Kelly Naples. 'i
lik! ,
aster drop by kop '
enjoyed a birthday cake and Hanilik added and color :
o charming home of unity, utility, simplicity harmony
. 0
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THE NAPLES 0 Any kind of home furnishings, fine furniture, carpeting, custom :

0 0 made draperies, upholstery, wall coverings, art, lamps and acces e

Notebook D sories are available from our store and Decorating Studio, And, 0

(CoDtiJluad trolll pate a) at your request,' we can guIde you through all the home furnish

ings showrooms in Miami.

a license the same year. Would be hunters tend their

names in a year in advance, and permits are decided by
draw. For expert advice and proper estimates, please call Mr. Edmunds,

ADVENT CALENDARS NOW ON SALE who will be delighted to visit you, at your convenience, in your
These calendar are particularly suitable for children -

providing fun and interest in the significant days home.

leading up to Christmas. The tale it sponsored by the

Hospital Service League No.1. and may be purchased by /

calling Mrs. Oscar Yanton MI 2.5668 any time, and Of course. there is no extra charge or obligation for our professional

Mrs Donald Gorby MI 2932 evenings They cost $1 I 1 1 service Il
with the proceeds going to the hospital. Better order /.

now previous years have been a tell out.

Naples Woman's Club will have its open meeting

Wednesday, October Uth. at 2.00 p.m. Mri. Carl Hauber

program chairman will introduce the speaker, Edward

Herzog, a retired executive from Westinghouse Electric
International In the Middle and Far Eatt. He will how r

slides and comment on the lives cultures and traditions

of' the peoples in (countries such at Viet Nam Cambodia. fhIIMI' .o/rIJ
Malaysia and Indonesia Mr. Herzog will also give his tJIJ

ahead for the United States In FAIR
own views on what fie 'br rvUJTUU

these countries
Members are .urged. to bring guests. Following the ra "U N/f r0 tartarMaK. "aIL1/

program tea will be served by Mrs. Randolph Fuller, chairman .

assisted by Mrs. Henry Boyd. Mrs. Ralph Carlson,

Mrs. Stratford' Mills Mrs. leon Wiggins and Mrs. Fred

Itrlng1On. ....' / I I \
A reminder. Thursday morning, October 15m. at the

Beach Club is the annual general meeting of the Naples

Community Hospital Auxiliary. Dr. John My ri wise 1 s

speak on Dfabete 0000000000

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)f Eagles Look Better In 19-7 Defeat At Clewiston *

By DAVID LYON with 3tSS left In the third qunr ; ,
I ter. On the kickoff Walker nn
CLEWISTON: -Aroused Neples4iiCh the ball up to the Naples all Emperor Opens Olympic
School'i football teem pre and a I5-yard Clewiston penaltyput
promise of better hints to .* It provided unbeaten Clewls. 46. J .I
ton uneasy moments the second ft took Naples 13 plays to cov. Games Amid PageantryTOKYO
half before drop>Ing a l It.7 de. er the distance, and Walker car. ,
clilon Friday night. rle on eight of them. Wingback ;: -
The Eagles, having comecloee Alan Foster got seven yards in ",, : (AP) Emperor mony came with the raising of
to 'beating a (good team of TI. two carries during the march and 1 Hlrohlto of Japan formally the Olympic flag
prs, hope to break through to fullback BUly Bryan totaled seven opened the Games of the 18th The white banner with the
victory next Friday at Punta yards In three tries. Walker Ir, J Olympaid Saturday In a splendorous five rings representing five . . . . . . . . .
Oordt Naples now shows a 0.4 accounted for the other 32 yards. moving ceremony that continents was borne Into the
mark for the Mason, with good Bryan ran three for a first mixed the wonders of the mod. stadium by six sailors and hoisted 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naples Fl..,. Sundoy October II, l.64
fames against Vent e and Clew down on the Clewiston 35 after ern age with the ancient peceantry while a chorus chanted a
iston and not.so.food games finding no hole at right guard. rrtr of the Orient hymn.
against Arcadia and North Fort He slid away and got the need The 63.year.old emperor stood The huge lighted Scoreboard
Myers. ed yardage by running over right ramrod.stiff and solemn In toe flashed the words) "Cltlus Beach Club GalsIn Moore Haven
Down by a 12.0 score late in end. Walker picked up seven royal box as 7,169 athletes from Altlus, Fortlus," Latin for
the third quarter, the Eagle yards and Foster three for an. 94 nations paraded over the cir 'Faster, Higher, Stronger." Blind Partner
truck I; back for a touchdown that other first down on the 25. cular red dirt track of the Na.This is the watchword of this Pins 13-0 Loss
narrowed the gap to 12.7. Latein tlonal stadium, which will serve great international festival Best Ball EventA
the came, Naples again was EAGLES SCORE as the center of the biggest "We have now bridged every On Immokalee
heading toward the Clowlston goal Walker lost three, but came Olympics of them all. oc.an. bringing the Olympics to blind partner best baU
when a 13.yard toss on one play back with a nlne.yard gainer Competition begins Sunday in the Orient," said Avery Brun. WM held Tuesday October 6 Immokalee's football team
and a confusing penalty on the around right end. Bryan got the basketball field, hockey soc-dage, newly reelected president by the Beach Club Women's dropped Its first game of the '
next play took the steam out of ball three yards to the 16, and cer, swimming water polo of the International Olympic Golf Association. The team of
the Eagles' drive and cost Na. Walker ran seven, three, fire, weight-lifting and hockey, setting .Committee "proving that the Mr. Mary V. Kennedy and season Caloosa Friday Conference night losing decision a-
pies possession of the ball. and one yards on four successive off two weeks of a spirited Olyropl s now belong to the Brumflel were 13-0
18oefoot:. penalty play Clew. carries all aroundthe right side, scramble for gold medals In 20 world." Mrs. E. V. at Moore Haven.It .
over on Napes' 32 to get Naples on the Scoreboard.Bill sports, A hush went through we first with a net 72. In second was the Terriers' third
and scored a meaningless TD Hartter booted the estra The powerful United States stadium when Yoshlnorl Sakal, place were Mrs. Ira Capelle straight win. after a season-
with two seconds left. ft made point, 12.7, with 9)47 left. and Soviet teams are expectedto the 111.y.ar-old athlete born near and Mrs.T.C.Montgomery with opening defeat and put themat
the Tigers' victory margin more Clewiston picked up a first grab off the major share of Hiroshima on the day the Atom. 73. Nine hole honors were. the top of the league stand-
Impressive but more misleading down on Bowden's 10.yard run the honors In their traditional Ic Bomb was dropped Aug. 6, taken by Mrs. Grace Keely and Ings with a 2-0 record. Im-
but was fort ed to punt four plays battle of sports giants, but they 194S dashed through the portals Mrs. Helene Carson with net mokalee now has 21-1 season
WALKER RETURNSIn later. Quarterback Mandy Mor. were given no special recognl.bearing the flame which had 37.'
1 1-1-1 In
previous games, Naples for reU bad from tlon in the colorful be been brought by air, land and log league games.
picked up a pass HOLDING[ ACTION.--The New York Giants figured they got The Southwest Florida Women's The Indians of Coach Bill
the most part was unableto move center ran to his left to evade a when they acquired Dick James from Washington hind national flags.A water from relC' Mount will
a handy man Golf Association Broxson couldn't their offense -
the ball on the ground. But tall Naples rush and got low packed stadium of Olympus, where the Games get
away He holds for place kicks, returns punts and kickoffs 80,000 the Beach Club Monday
back Donald Walker sidelined meet at moving Friday. They
kick that was downed on the defensive back and flanker What they cheered loudly for the one-man were born.
by a knee injury since before the Naples eight. has played the fulltime Bolivian team, a single flag He raced over the track easily October 12. There will did break through for an apparent -
as a
Dick winning job
season began, celebrated his re. With six minutes and 02 yardsto didn bargain for was bearer and rose to applaud the and then trotted up the 167 stepsto be six teams made up of the TD In the third quarter
turn to offensive action by spark go, Naples started grindingout running halfback robe.clad entrants from the un. the huge cauldron which was ten low handlcappers from each that would have tied the scoreat

ing Naples' running game. .the yardage, Clewlston.sfvU. der-developed nations of Afrl. Immediately set afire, to burn club.Mesdames Abbott Becker that point but officials detected -
The 145-pound senior showing walker got su yards and Clew. ly he had called offensive Inter was pretty well contained. Big. ea."I unceasingly until the Games Ueggs: lens Brumflel clipping and nullified the
speed and determination dashed Iston was penalized 15 more to ference by Bass. rest gainer was a 23.yard pass welcome the Eighteenth end Oct 24.Moorings. Capelle,-Eckard, Montgomery score.
to several good gains around the 29. Walker carried for five This penalty cost Naples 15 completion from Carter Bryan to Modern Olympiad and hereby Roland and Sherwood will represent Moore Haven quarterback
right end. He was aided on most yards, Foster for three, and yards and loss of a down, Clew Bass In the second quarter. Two declare the Tokyo Olympic Gals the Beach Club. Roger Williams sneaked over
of these by a good.slMd
plays "
of blockers. On some Walker eight more to a first iston taking over on the Naples subsequent passes were incomplete Games open, the little graying Tuesday, October 13 the from the one-yard line in the
group down on the 45 with 4ilO Ie It. Japanese Emperor
32 with l hZ4 left and driving
and the Eagles had to give
ladles will have a low
plays, Walker had to put his Fullback Bryan added five in for a score. The officials the ball. the loud speaker system Plan TourneyNext gross second quarter. The score
head down and filter through low net event. remained at 6-0 until the fourth
yards and Walker four The third consulted for several minutes be. Bass Intercepted a Clewiston while the Olympic torch burned
some narrow openings to keep down play lost a yard but Walk. fore marching off the penalty pass late in the second period Five Jet planes traced the five There will be a mixed foursome quarter when halfback Paul
the Eagles moving. tr came through on fourth down and giving the Tigers po..lon.DONALD but Clewiston Intercepted right rings of the Olympic symbol in Wednesday on Wednesday. October Bowers plunged Into the end
Held to only one first down In with a flve.yard gain around right back Rex Storter recovered a the sky in five different colors Members of the Moorings Wo. 14th. with cocktails and dinnerat zone from the one. A run
the first half, Naples started end. Walker got two more, but d1" Clewiston fumble on the second and rumbling tones came from men's Golf Association will com. the Beach Club. The Men's for the point was successful.
marching Just after fullback Hen. I second.down swing pass to Fos. ; rw+ half kickoff but the Eagles could. ageold Japanese drums made pete as twosomes In the handl. Association will host the event. Immokalee travels to Sarasota -
Clewiston ahead
ry Bowden put ter was Incomplete. from cow hides.
12.0. with a0. .yard touchdown run n't take advantage of It, The cap tournament Wednesday next Friday for a non-
Leading the Eagles on defense ceremony was carried out tober 14.Pairings. league battle with Cardinal
THINGS GO AWRY were Steve Clark Keith Or. with clock-llke precision -typl. and starting times Sports Briefs
Van Weeks, getting the ball .ch.ll. Bass, Richard Woodruff cal of the Japanese in cool, have been announced as follows Mooney. ,
THE on an "I" formation was red. Jerry Rose, Foster, Al Hack sunny weather without a cloudin At 8:30 a.m. Reeves vs Carr; Football
dogged by Clewiston's James ney Bruce Harris, and Frank the sky. at 8(37 b Rave vs Abbott) NEW YORK (AP) Bob Prep
Dana and spilled for a 13.yard Townsend. The weather broke perfectly at 8144 Creason. Shelton; Kennedy has been retained as
Bi1FC4fl1kQ&G4} loss on the Naples 47. On fourth Walker finished the game'with after days of rain and fog. at 8:51 Bruni vs Savage; at head coach of the Chicago Cubs, Sorototo Fort Myoro 2!. Punts Ise Cocoo Gordo S I k
down, sophomore tailback Carter a net 49 yards in 16 carries.Clewlston's The huge Russian delegation 8:58 Johnston vs Dreher) at The Associated Press learned 1<1011"''''.' 14. OkoochobM IP.Im.ne
Bryan heaved a long downfleld was led by Yuri Vlasov the 305. ', N. fort My." I
a Bowden rushed 19 9:03 Holm va Arbaugh and today. An announcement Is to ered.nto" SE II V.nlct T
pass to end John Bass times for 93 yards. pound world heavyweight at 11:13 Brewer vs Mlnarlch. be made Monday. .wtton It N.plw. I
Bass and two defenders battl. record-bolder in weight lifting Moore Hovon 13 I ImmokoUo" SAl
ed for position and the official t First downs Naples'J Clew 18 who carried the Soviet's ham. Jerry Morris five-year record NEW YORK (AP) Sam Okoochobl'". It loke FSB Placid II, Lot I SAvers

11) AND threw a pass-Interference flagon Yards Rushing '72 184 mer and si kle Insignia In one as head coach at Naples Mole, rumored to have been on .Pork M 40 Fort. Frostproof Muds rAd" SArcadia
the Clewiston E6. He first hand out from the his way out, was retained as ,
COUNTRY Yards Pawing 30 33 straight High School Is 29-17-3. Before .1, Forr.fut U Srtwtlor *
I-] Indicated the penalty would be shoulder. manager of the Mlnne.otaTwin. L... WolM. 11 Wouchulo t
Passes school'sfootbal1
a. the
2.5 Mortis came Crook JO
east Boy 21 Turkey
)'A 1[ CLUB against Clewiston but apparent. Intercepted I I Halfway around the track he record was 26-39-4. Friday. 'oco Cues. It. Tarpon Springs 11
shifted from hit right to his left
Fumbles lost 0. I
'with the BestFACILITIES Punta 1.1' 1& '.30 hand, but nlverdidh., use
dl d both hands
Penalized 28 &S
Naples 0 0 0 7 7Clewiston The Stars and Stripes of the

Be Sure to Contact WALKER 0 0 e 7 -III United States also was carriedby
Southwest Floridafor r
In one of the nation's musclemen
Country Club TERMINALVAN Paces Naples Ground Came -260-pound Parry O'Brien
medalist In the shot
Naples coach Jerry Morris, dls. gold
LIVINGGOLFING LINES turbed at the officials' ruling California put, competing in his fourth

onto the field to inquireof Olympics
I2S 'th SU 8. 81. Petcribuii came their reasoning.The Squeaks PastHurricanes The Americans wore Western
II holt Chonpiomlup" Gall i III Phone 8(2-1121 victory was a costly one style ten.gallon hats. They were
OKollont tend,lion (or ploy .. .. the who now have dressed in conservative white
,1' Pates I* end from It.. for Tigers
and skirts and blue Jack.
SWIMMING less lit.. MOO.Ik.*. won four straight games. On a
AAU mo pool 7$'a 40 i)0' with CMraio te Cleviston offensive play late In MIAMI (AP>- Craig Morton, eta The men of the huge Russian
booty mombonhipl ooiloolo I I Naples 22400 40(00 the second quarter the Tigers'fine the second best passer In col. continental suits
squad wore
Now York te senior halfback, Alberto,lege football In 1904, was forced In the backof
HOMESITES Naples 223.00 40000 Morrell apparently fractured his to call on Tom Blanchfleld's with a double split coats and the I i o tr m a n.dYk .
Tho ,.""'.,,, Komourot eve Idol Baltimore to right! arm. Morrell was taken kicking toe Friday night to sal. their beige
In smart suits of lighterhue.
lor tko boil Country, Club Li.I.IR'I. Naples SlSOt 39400 away In an ambulance and maybe rage a 9.7 victory for Californiaover women. They waved red handker.
In Soytlwtil riorida!
lost for several .
games.Morrell Miami's underdog Hurri.
circled the track.
Lower Rate and chiefs as they
and Bowden did most
Turn foil or Slot Red canes One of the most Impressiveand
U'l hem us. tfHONt \ Direct Service of the running as Clewiston Miami's team which has a touching parts of the cere.
Ml 2 Ml marched 00 yards to score in highly sophomore tone becauseof
18 plays In the first and second the loss of 17 players through-
quarters. Bowden and juar. academic failure and violationof
FOR SALEVERY terback Mandy Morrell contrtbu. training rules shocked the 27 World Track
ted most of the yardage In the Bears by striking for the first
DESIRABLE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Tigers' 67-yard third-period touchdown and leading Into the Records ApprovedTOKYO
touchdown drive. third period.
with city water and tewage. Rum from Diana And when Blanchfteld finally (AP) Twenty.sev.

Avenue through to Royal Palm Drive. Owner SCORES ALL POINTS went in to boot California Into en world records In track and

will tell portion of this property below the market Bowden scored all dewlston's the lead, It was a ground attack field were approved Saturdayby
points, the second straight game and not Morton's pisses that the International Amateur ''.
price for CASH. he has done so. The junior full. moved the Bears into position Athletic Federation and one tie
Realtor back Stored: three touchdownsand "The boys we had left went for a record was accepted. i
N. P. SLOAN, two extra points against Be. out there to play tonight," said Heading the list were the FOR WATER SPORTS This I li the Interior of tile Notional, Cymnotlum buildIng .

bring, and three touchdowns and Miami's harried coach, Charlie sprint marks of Bob Hayes of In Tokyo with the pools which will bo used for the iwlmmlng and diving ovonti 'In forthcoming ,
560 9th Street, South one extra point against Naples. Tate. "It was our best all. Jacksonville, Fla. of 0.1 for 100 Olympic aam. The structure Is world Ingot building with a tuiponsltn roof.WE'RE I
MI 2-3359 or MI 2.2030 Naples' offense In the first halfFR"V around performance this year yards, and the time of 20.t by
and we played an all-tophomore Henry Carr of Detroit for the i
J backfield almost the whole 220 around one curve.
game." In accordance with the decl.
Fred Cassidy taking over the lion to accept pole vault marks STILL REMODELING AND I
COMPLETE BOATING fullback spot from the Injured regardless of the surface, five
Pete Banasiak, got Miami its vault records were approved.
OUTFIT touchdown on two brilliant op. They Included Brain Sternberg's INSTALLING NEW EQUIPMENT .
lion runs and accounted for in
of the 149 yards the Hurricanes marks of 16 feet, Inches and I
netted on the ground. 16-t made In 1M3, John Fennel's but have resumed
Already In frightful shape mark of 17.% and Fred Han.sen's we i
15 Ft. Cobia Sprint from personnel' losses, Miami two efforts of 17.2 and 17...
was badly hurt during the game The last one goes Into the books.
by Injuries to three more regu. Sternberg is from Seattle,
Boat lars, tackle Ed Krutewskl and Pennel from Miami, Fla., and I
guards Fred Hobbs and Frank Hansen from Cuero, Tos.Ralph 1 DAY SERVICEIN
Beck. Boston 27.4'A In the t
Murray Tilt Trailer But the remnants of the Hur. broad Jump was made too late
rlcane forces filled the gaps for formal approval but his 27.
.. ..... vtth a rugged performance J'4 was accepted
Johnson 40 HP =
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D.d. .. DII" bedrooms. two babhs. SI? !/J'
Co''".' County Florida' will. ontht fill. .Advancement opportunitiot, wall I. wall carpel, large I"' IN
County.Reolty .Vnd day of Octobor. tOM at The Sherwin' Wllllomt. To IMeaXaV.aotith 'lor Work .. --" H"J.. :l
11 clock M at C. StoO.cEfoulnolan.pp11atseorapol 11ti' """
Bulldlnj .. MI36Want.d I mi" "f NOW" 5 e'e snaIl T.It'I'
Courthouto Door County Court S Rlpdl tAOISt Piirnithod erunturnthed 0cm. u dl.
I h...... Collier County In tho Cityof men.' Apply I to I daily' Brock Immediots I occupancy laS. I.mile thIs. ,reparty wills
Noploi Florida. offer for talo f'.cl,1I .Inc Ml lcd SI North. To Buy : Near Calf" Course sod .ser" .w"on ci, and. .."'..... It
ond toll ot public outcry to Ihohanoat Only $10ows
sod bout bidder' for loth.tho LP FNrutiDriv.rtt. .l5.I .1.1 Phfurthof
wonted : nlue $195.
Week$316,200 following' propertytiluotod time evening.) need for A,. Uted pickup Iructt ROYAL ARBOR. : Waterfront ... erotaeti,
OIll"e" :: : Good tendilion Slehlmen I Prop gnd .. .., c"
I in 0 Of psroh
,. Florida, pronlmetely' woo pear Co IIII JreJII boot dock lorgo 1"1.. 50..
.. : crOws Memlenonco 0 T ion"
.11 Nov thru March I 10 to I MP grill
I/IS It '**
of REM of REM et REId' M I to 4 ..". week. to I ,,". p. 0 Des >
County real estate sales reach.and Marjolalne J. DaM Ulnneap. end NH of SEM of NEW of blast be over II yean old Apply MARLOWE AND BECK 062'7od
ed a value of $$314,200 the first oils Minn. Lots 4 8 and 17 NCR Sootlon. B. Township" 4; S 1070 Ind Ave I TropgetM 18-Autos For Sale "i- .c,. Iraclt. It "
Octobor ...... M E:. ....p, right ., way 00070 Id/4 H REALTORS $9 eo per month No 'WterO'5.
processing period. Total Blk 10, Unit 2, Bonus Shores, .,.,. .Rood SMIpurtutnt 411 Fifth, Avt lo Oil. DO Ono mile trom Golden.
sales for September were DockS Shores Inc. to to the final decree of Wanted by Marco island lot 4 wheel drive Jeep pitS DMtfct Ml IIUI.l IMO I SIH Gale Cien O.rltr'u"'I/lf'
$3,600; Eacollont condition ., ( tf"Julck
forocleouro. : oIin9y
ontorod In
$2,492,426. o cote pond Ptvtlopment' CorpotatlonM & Ave it 5th 714 >ih AVE NOf..Tt4"'TI ,,,
Edward G. and Dorothy T. Pe .Ing ,In, sold' Court. the. styli of which' t/y/ "
Sales of $I.000oroverwlt"nl. I. fur, (triers! lahor Ht- bdrm I bath tcraenodporch dee) IB a*ret IM /Per
trlllo, Erie, Pa., Lot 8, Blk 14, LEON McCORMICK, ter than hourly larporl .,..1". kilch pare Opo II oundaye Collie
lies taken from tax stamps on Unit 2, BonUs Shores, $1.400; Plaintiff' average 41-Trucln Tractors sod tloraga 1 Assume Cnunty ,...11" ./> w. t It
recorded deeda included the fol. rates. Call Midway 26207 lltrf PMA $1505 dews owNs.lneedt
Eber C. Brown to Wilmer C. PRMAI'OR'FA ,| ,month irMlutfrnfl ION 4n UhiioF stAll

lowlnjj Brown, Jackson, Miss., Lot I, INCORPORATED a or Ml 2.7131. 10tl lOOP ford Pelgen Ooluio ole Consider .Hy Id m (r. .fttrly .. money Mutt ......f'..
lirtt Will trade for 40 cores near B'. Cy." QuitCourto
John E. Coleman to William Florida. lion wagon pinuousiesVINCE
Bill A Unit 3 Coconut CorperotlonDofondont and ototokghweir
Creek Cnryelar Mechanic and Ted.sIClan lot .. acreage orIMI 1 City weler
C. Field Versailles Ky. part Air Con now under oonolruo
Prefer with
$1,200 and she. dockot Mimbor of which .Itnumbar men CONBOY
Lots C and T Blk 9 Tier I flSWITNESS d,tlon ng parlance Boat working Internolionol Chassis han polontiol only $574
Robert T. Bowers to Lloyd L. hand and the offirlol fondilirmt plenty' of work Louty cob, food motor rue 515 SIN Ani Perkwep per Osra.OERL'I .
Naples, $13,000; Alfred A. Me and Dorothy L. Brown Immoka.lee tool of Mid my, Court this tlh. day :Call Leo Petrel' Ml I IHI ,ning getr Good tree. form or Ml P 5101
Lenon to Edward W. and MU. Of Octobor I Lots U and 13 Blk 16 tor development
cath 14 aeret reedy
dred C. Banks, Naples, Lots T SCOTT, lot or wild oereego or Jill inn Avo North' f' .. ...". ,. gily w...,
Collier City, $7,500; Lloyd C. Clork of tho Circuit. Court 13-Salei Help Wanted bedroom' > belh homo, oerooned ttroelt, loll erie,
end growing
13, 14, IS, IS.1 and 18, Bit Parker to Mamie W Ot, et Collier' County.: Florida lOSS OMC VI prtk up ready to Oarage 4 jllt..v. room mto ihoorhoW. Should, ro
By .NIl MAQlU TTlmtinanwanlad roll Power to spare $3514INS by Ihit lovely' .home ond
19 Alan lo oll new
Tier 2, Naples, $25,000)) tail in oaaeM ol III loll Buy H
met Lot 10
Blk ,9, Ever. Clerk end uted cert Prefer local, call tor on appointment lode* Total III,Ml. I*'
Slade to Mary T. Wilson et al, glades, 13,300; Ronald W. JAMES f.r'6X... man with automobile eipori. Moovy duly VS' .4001 f tpeei B dtireo the 'rice' tJltnt with term now tollorH lormtSILLf p.65
Lot 10 Blk e Un. Naples. FloridaAttorney one*. who hat o Seen datire heavy reer t.
part Wardell to Paul D. Cooke, Ever. for PlaintiffOct I bettor then rear end 1. I. or I years average MCAO AREA -
It 3, AquaUne Shores, $35,000; glades, Lot 6, Blk 37, Ever. II IH4 .ll) Ago no factor If you are pcttveond Delivery today I'Mo* S OHO' .- Wright V"g'I Mar4umNoble $... acton IS Boauliful pim

Clsela Adam Paunci to John J. George A. Pat.tison reedy'' lo ... ".. go Sell Plus le. end Mote legLUFCQMCINe end.. dnve sos. II. build' or ,'I
glades $13,500; mutt bo h' lovol
ng methods gh Power end telephoneovoiloblo '
and Edith Melt, Naples, Lot B, SKY ,The w'Ih lbse I. moot DEWEY POLLY
Jr., to Henry N. and AnnaM. LIGHTING TilE 5,605 0 five oeret lor oo
Blk C. Unit 2, Coquina Sands, GoodUnd Lot 3 Blk IM.foot.hlgh rontro'tower p.opIe Soul .."' ''',.._ plan. 4(1 yth St No Tho Trail low oo |U .. IIM down one)
Keith new
name furnithod with other .
$28,100; John A. Boston to R. $. Amended Plat CoodJand Hjta., at New York Utyi !;_ ft.o kanet.lt See levee Cot Temporory togettoriTrader REALTY |M per monthROBERT
Lot 8 Blk PI.mouth, .. I lOtS esT i7.l'i
E. Davis Naples, t Wood Chryt'or -ri3-I.i. -
$7,000; Penny Morgan to Williamand LaGuardia Airport coat $ I.e Imdoiiol Jeep North. TroilU ond I ItM 0'... Disc H. JAEGER61lntonne

A, Lake Forest $1,700; E. H. Almarene C. Wlnkleman million and reportedly u the .' :IfPAUL Trailer, 14 foot long Irentrooolundortlung Ooo Corner Dowev M Aye Polly...Raallor. ed Rag RE ......
Hetithland VU. unit Value Ill **, 5 1595
et al to .. tit h.
Frank Hanover, VJ. parcel la Lot last word in airport design: 00.1 Estate ..I......" I.. tiva w,II tocrilico for ourtb tele ot tomiomi Trail Nspl lsnnpfln5
la, Inc., Naples. Lot 2, 3, 9, 82 Naples Imp. Co1. Little and work ,,0 Lotnuladol" call 11004 Write McRobertt tire Ml t4>Mfour

14, 26. 27.: 38, 40L 62, 51. 54. Farms, $7,000) Chief Pontiac I 11II. Rooter 0', ., PIc,4. 11It I bedroom home* et Property

85, and W, Lake Parkl2,000.: Motor, Inc., to A. J. and Marld, P O Bee I. v..1..... ". 44-Mobtle Home large. fully. I londteepod""f..,,,..,,..Iota toollont tfurnithod Owner mvel ooll. 14 unit Motel
M $\ OX spoIl
to Robert In Sec It Twp 50 lice IJOO
The Corp., p. Mushunf Leawood Kan. Lot | II'" II16Help buy for retired parson 4 bedrecm oportmon4 on
Collins parcel In Calusa Acreage Corp. to Mil. 10 hvo tn one end rent three U l.oI.Ceilie.' County ReoNypfuo .
T. Naples, for ;
24 Blk 10 Unit 2 Royal Harbor Treiler cebone corpitrl 1m .,
,, MB Corl AnderteM Ml w
Lots 8 and e, Blk 5, Unit 2, 1 dred B.Sopoiy Chirar parcel Available tale Cath or larmt Ml t alIt 1 r.IJ'
Pole ItUlot
$7,400; ram Me...Corp.,to So\jb 1 ,Tt, SilTS,) w or errtto River -
In Sec JO M Rf M .4
The Moorings $21,500; MooringsDev. Twp 'JLU 63-Butlnets Property
Shores Co. Inc.
Naples Naples
,, 4V aid unafwumkoreo loeyIf
Co., to William It.and Car. Lot 3 Unit 1 Royal Palm Ter., $1\,300} CaluM Acreage Corp. to year'-si, "'S'I aompanwri I 11.50 45-TrailefB For Rent Pine Rdge, home on Os,. M
ol C. Skeele, Naples, Lot I, Blk Albert P. and Marie T. Kuch. t. rtaikoopni and. ...'....,., Hear!* paw I bedroom with
12, Unit 8, The Moorings,$ ,SOOj race, $2,000.Bertha enblt'lI.r. Moktna n I., parrilU r .e. I 1.11,n ,Reference ono Will C.II'eontide IIM* tu...r. HIM a .eak *.thrv port ond Mroonod porth. III.*" lend TurnoVT .wisd.ys.CslliO :
M. Griffin Story, et al,, fl 119 M .. et t .. 3 oJfj houe Sessions Mo. a. w. !ttN.IIII.,1.4
Y. a < Apartment tously *Myfi .
Nelson See 30 34 ,
90 Newt
Kolbe to Twp Rp Coll" County -
Helen B. to 'or .
.. .
to .7. C. Sanders Immokalee ,: SOck ( >oot 1.1.> plat. 4 one bedroom uniti ondfoo bowl "I
,, B (Ill AOl l HH I '
Conn. Part Lot 7 $1,300 Caluaa Acrtaft Corp ,,)4 M, .. flood
Ruth, Otrien parcel in Sec 4 Twp 47 Rgt: ; P. k motet |MtM Sendwuthee 4 dr "M' plus'
Lakes $8,300 Bon. Mildred 8 ''y Chiraco, par Term. I Both home DIV
Blk 2, Ridge Ito | -
29, ".5DOs Naples 846 Inc., to!1 CALL TilE NEWS FOR 4-Apt.. For Rent I CBS too bedroom plies le bedroom ilTdoing d b <'MM Goose
Shores Inc. to WWlam eel in See SO, Twp SO Pit 34 : .
tu : Vr.
Angela S, Farley, Naples, pared. tinDER STAMPS ono hell o'f. enoy 111.'" 5.5 Stk., VallSS!
$1,300; Philip BalM to Vonne Meer koto Peek School oneMMi la ten
In Sec 29 Twp 48 Rce 27 1".1' 5 eo It .......
,, lo ovelit od -
!i IUrrl, Atlanta, Ga., parcel In tetodII Mesh or mints. I $7?'. One bedroom; duptee gompiotely terme
$3,000; Seaward Corp., to Alfred 1 tfr"fOjem furmohod. Moor lily ".It. price. |4tM
Sec t Twp St. Rce 32 $1\\,200
PUBLIC NOTICI 1)1,501.Tao .
A. Perfett Sharpanlle Pa., Par., rWrr>'ie*>ed 04 il-I--pe. AMMielatt""lw0SUwv.g.Mi'
Hampton Collier Acres Trail week I boot NMtO III 1 poe bedroom CCS Tarrauoliooro. *<""
eel In Sec 12.1"trp 49
lice 25. Corp., to O eorge and Shirley w0.5 All pRas ... 1001Croest City ... Koto M hit
$16,000 LEGAL NOTICIftof.cE < 1*eeCB .
Spar Corp., to LeeteiWhttaker Seed --1fl' tO Map e |
Tr. M. Wallace, Miami garret la to BIDDER* -a---I--ii. 4 bedroom I ..,... 4..rim.m POLLY
Naples parreu I thov flPtii e : tur DEWEY
1101bids w'11 be reco'vod by
| Ser 1, Twp 9, Rf* S3, $1,600\ fie ...... CORMtR Opt in urt .n> poo4 I* Re.el Harbor
In See 7 'ti ty Nepte
SO a
Rce 2'1. $40,000,] Fla. SunoWne Acreage, Inc., 350AM: hf OctoberM4 tide I..... to ...,. Club Motel" ....,\00\.... Iho Boy. S4l....
Gabriel H. Loft to A. E.: BTM];''to ol oArS I.mo they win a.aiUbie' J... fob 4 MonthefIetMp'5rb51,0siIet0l can I bedroom t both. everIOOOM REALTY
Elmer JErks Md.
Arnie M. Cendgtkoakl Oxosj JEll IN / _.. end road e.... e lake le.sss-'n at
parcel In See 20 Twp 01, Rge coAI. ill toot lake Drive 1/4.SetPotextovo .
w he foco wOO en tho tettewin THI.'lU LU 0. bewoic ..'11. 0ee5Core. _
of CARS Md., parcel In See I 12, Twp SO,, 13 $3,500! FU. SuMhtne Acre. .'" OtIs AoO ) f bedroom tra.... .. Itt A... H. end
Rce 21, S.ZOOj Gabriel 8. Loll Rf IT MATERIALS ." I ...._.... I ..." Apart I.* Moot from path "lOt fe-."" ,..,I
to Joseph I and Nell a je, Inc, to Derta Dlcaereoa "'' fie' 00005 VwfVrseNbid .aIed Is Tormo l tit dowel, |It.. mo UI 3N4
GOOD 1 Aionso, AUanttr CMy KJ- parcel la SK -l'i ooroct Bete Moleoel gerotor, end range reverie
Clearwater, parcel In Set U Aggregate ie Aw s4405c5rn Ono HILL LOACH
20 Twp 51 Rge 13 $1,300 c*. c But>net PropertyCommeraiel
,I -tge M .
50 21 0.5.5 from Oewntewn t oee "IHewty .
Twp Kce $1,200 Colds : trait /roMage
TRANSPORTATION ; car Olaoa to Vaj M. and Vet Aaeri.'i' d otphoMMj ConPcr.it.luM peiMed, Pour le'ge dot- SIr et Very roeonoble -

Fla Acree, Inc., to Amy 0. U U. Atwood HUkory, ".c.. '01. ""0 1405u. ... AdoRe Bit 4th .... So REALTOR 0 1141 o Pots deep- 0:owne wrt4eonoiderTradina

SI Ply. 2 Dr. IItt Rhodes Charlotte N. C., parcel gar'el la Ser X, Twp '!1. Rre ..,., sod. H, TesS 0....,... TeVIt' tf III lit" Aos So. ; for -.....

to Sec IS, Twp 50, Ro M 0'otl Palo ....re.oa "f.14sn"' Mt 15455sP 0* =1;:
57 Ferd ala To. P11 SJ" $1,800. 13, J.500j! Troilcal, Fla. Acre, < Lcbr'ueeOS 4I-Apt. For Rent ad A $ REALTY
Inc. to V&ctor" and Sophia ita. Row; ond *e oee.d Trr.. Ftealtr.
Calnsa Acreage Corp. to C IIn L'1111' PITTICIO$ $701 II ttail M' JOIN
MI 1I. parcel Set rt for Solo By 0* .f
Warren <<
5; Cbs.. Ita. W'C. h" Remo put. .1511.051 Vert.IISSr5 -o'r"I.o''cn'r.
ReeUgno Mints Pwrido
Olraga, parcel IS, Twp (I, JIgs M, ",400.F 4 .M LUNtOUS oit..dnO lll l or MI foist ,JBdrm. ;;.. pt Ml teem loth ,: Reel isttterOR
HARftWAPfM 65-Cen.
&SPly.4Dr. \&. Bunaittae Acreace. Inc, 004.5 APiiIABLC M low pe y....... cot

to aanler f. LoRdine Dftn IdNUM BLANIJO ft Pif'fruSSnJ I tea TIDE $4) (5 pen month II .enattoodbtrW Ill .IMVtttOR WHOOCMAMOB .

IeDeeet.lDr.S BARGAINS 01., parcel to See 20, Twp J. 'Ift' '*" ...- roles.... 194 ...14f.ff. osoldoyl Cell D..l "Nil" /.I'/'Je'.. TNt BUT
I .., 0054
Rre M, I.300| Sunny FU. AT rf. ", ________ M0l4EL VET' eerie ....... The Moor
> Bskk I Dr. un MATES OEPOtMIte''' AVIS.Ml ."f ooll hem C.'y woiortitot .
811ft. t Mey
N.trdberr S1IOBC8
and LoU
NArHIS A.I( H X IM Inc., to Rtrbare H. ''III.... Mtirt if US SHOW you iwej ""ene If'* ""*
Is aMI Cfeieafo garnet Ut lee -. I44MHeeld >.: MMoe or. llth A.d SeprMOd > pot
89 <:... f Dr. Utt .4 .......... ,4.r4. Rood end Aroce Ii... et lltW 4 I"llyA wrtO Tree* leeoii** GeM olovo-
TWIN LUll JS K IIB Ion M, Tp S, RO 34, $1,300 far d CMonpoa I oood -J-" wOO r". ..?* I, Ttft '".' >* .*'.* for

60 Yahs.t C Dr. PM oojoh, row McUui to U D. sad ... C. Caat I.*. Poo' 4t ,"".. .. 4o .. 00.5, i lion... .*.." ....,..... sad economypomoe

1II.rCeA MfCgK SUB lot See, IwjudM. ptrcl to S* KEYEAIiM Mr Black I 404/.. or'I' ,49Hox For ReH Aid A'n tile t, III "homo Poe pot eurO terme,

n IUJ IS"st am awe. t. Twp 2. Kte' 10. ".800: Tro. wrll the fsm.a alifornu S fLCCTRtl UPP4.IE LiOMT$ biteS RENTALSpousce union Worm tonecrwotMA ol omV III.MB OA. IMP M PVimo deed.BOO etotMM soy woto doweior.,, loot IBS

I *0511 NuMg Ca..sam. pie Sue Lstd.5, lee., 10 fashion deMfner. vio( ntlyrliupfrf "p.-. Sooq,0..e..o odId ad. Pens, feet Trail Wow* sIns
("ry I Dr. 15".b .. .II N. ......_ I. eec MM| Ooretky Ktiaka. Ole*t .par. ovrt! the toplM tnltbm son be -5lsa4 b> men* or m ploo >. Dow em f'O"M"' ROTAi
1.v.oe. eel to 1M 1$, Tvp 12, Hw 22, | suit MiVfi ki was Intro aN Sooenw af ISo Co. "t".:..:, t.4'o liir' I APAwlsoIlsl, .... ...,...essao5CAIPa9h.Fa.5.tg "boO laof 1--:

i Ikr 1 'Dr Bt.T "lfl DO YOU WAIII...? A IAItOAIII lIgoOTropaca EaUUtUtto.torM rlucrd IWO m Ihbs nw gown Sousa N...og.. ,.. ,"."....10. UNP43SNISMIO" I pi sit Md*oom O>roet">ir v parooo(sod Mroe4 ......*. MOBOOV hoe boMoelocated .

1'rJCtII1. Cfc :&(o. parrelM YAII. ICAtONI from Meoleo Bay on Ooiarftutaed
J. :
shown in Br\rW HUU, n* You *, 14 Ns.-' r__ '"'' I onoThoo: 4otbpirood
\ C. B. LET See IS TV* 12. JIIe 22, ...*I N rotO own or ... .... .-- begs boot oo or
W pwtotlod. See H POOM.
554 artful .
dons a (Ml sbowS.g ... .. 514V *
\&iaetIe,4 J E. BfeUrUI I 1214 Corp., to *>he lid u.,451.r5s -- 400'G
Bet. j,000j I ; .
off nf ih* ftffurc da'stgrhe rtTweOad oggtago or? I WILLIAM' BTOMC ,INC MIS.PA
BUnta.&. Mntt, par inthr P ''IIIMOh I I RiOr000lo2l5MaN
..-.c. Bib M. .Xe, Kas4ge CMAore bat nanwi otset'fOjt'ti Is.) p00r ewlatJe *o> 04' .4dor*
..--.---- M Set 24. Twp tt, Jtct 24, 0 I,Jo' MiouorIS' It I Ceo) be- U .*> aha f .. TentO) QJex Mt I i,,.

$1300. ; ? 't 8' tp. .- Ml 1)444 r. !..tor -.- -- .ttr .!::-




>T ? .\.,M *S ,_* --
10 COLLIH COUNTY Haws, Nltt. ".., *.>, OeHhir I II.I lt4 .ItaMng. to the Caxambes Bay week as a guest aboard Capt. of grouper,SMepsheul.snip Seen rolling I In Gulltan Bay
Let's Go' am. near DUml and Coon George Testers boat. Mrs.HaMman per and grunt. almdy but none were taken .
1 Keys when fish have been was with s parry from Nit looks late AM fishing because anglers wore not out
tithe ruffling wlnd.ofthe. Reports from the E. "
srgtadn after die silver
Miami of her niece, for the week. Mugs.
consisting coming reports
when muddled hitting well since late summer.
few days up Marco and GoodIe tries todtoate -
waters all along the Gulf fhasl1't that willie fishing wu Fishing Most of die successful Mrs.Harvey Brinkley and husband FrsncU Oidley of the Drop Tom K.-r of the Gulf Gout
catches In the area,according and Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Anchqr docks at GoodJand,who fish Camp on Hone Creek
a damper on
put your MUfs aawel-
following rod and
spotty snook
spirits this week could be the visit the Louisiana to Jennie WMtfMd: of the Ship In two successive: days of says ergten are making some reports are
best of an Indifferent come to Ahoy flab camp at die Marco fishing the Brlnkley party attractive trout catches In the plendfal In the area but are
gamble ooast there was good anglingin not Wring well due to die still
Island taken caught seven snook,two reds. area.
bridge are being
date tea
season to providing
waters of the Ten Thou- 14 nine Jacks On of muddy condition of the waters.
sociable weather holds sand IsUnds.ExceUemewhs on"no-Allot1 lures with pieces snappers Urge Friday Henry Psyne
of fresh added and eight sea bass. Goodland returned with t 75- Waters are now beginning to
to give
A definite upswing Is being of good steed reds and snook ,he said,and
clear trout
enticement. Buddy Lockrlge of Royal pound trout catch, a sign! ,according -
fronts,although the class greater
reported on several in I 10-pound were reported -
with be back In quantity in anothertwo
Night snook fishing from the Palm Hammock fishing to Cldley of an over
waters at Naples Pier si several Goodly DVII raft't L11 WHY bridge with Calcutta poles and Capt.Phil Simmons aboard the"Hesperus" all good outlook. The catch weeks.
and far from ideal.West
bay are marinas.Ncord large live shrimp are producing found some fast was made In the vicinity of Big mangrove snapper are
winds, ocoursewenthe haul of channel
: week and also some sensational catches- ,she action near Coon Key,boating Coon and Round Keys. co-operative along the channels
real but with clearing bus reds was announced St. Petersburg Stephen's party wldiCapt.
culprits ( ) by and bows and
two snook In the 12-pamdclus. "With winds gradually shiftIng mangrove most
Stephens a from Miami reports.
conditions noted off-shore.die Capt. Job n Stephens out of boated 61 reds four large party
returned to dock with a catchof Mrs. Lydia Hardman of New 35 trout,three reds and a three- to the North we shouldsee marina operators report they
for 24
outlook Is good at Goodland. Fishing snook. mangrove snappersand
Ship Ahoy
and aboard hll'toldenRule".wltf two sheepshead. 58 reds, eight snook and Zealand had her first taste of pound pompano. He also took some excellent: fishing." are plentiful and much larger
well as bridge
boaters as Florida the s catch consisting said, have been than usual.
16 South fishing past "pan" Gidley "Tarpon
bank fishermen. Or and Mrs. Ed Tobias of On another occasion the past snappers. Stephens was

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fI M the studious feet that M ever.October In 16 view Is Technical Institute, Tampa; The "...11I",1 11" onUstxin THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA

As Fort Myers Beauty College, I u,, tlu ,ui,,11-, a u luld be ini
,ortCerdDeymanyAlgebrapctls FonMersland; U.S.Air Force, 11I11."I.\tlolil i i In I iv day the B> Florid. I ibr.rv a, II. """. .1 roMi.uon
tend to be i bit more Army, Marine Corp*,and Navs', (.. .. WtH"i rill, i I.. ixiv stun Civil Car Cu nennal { oMitifffff
booW*, while Etvltsh scholars Ilea WPI111t'I, I" .ut the train
make sure they know the difference Out-of-state schools Include' el"i-. vtitl\ 1IIt'I1 ,i, |I' watch**, 1* * * * * * *
between retained object Averen College Danville, vs.) ?iiimeit ,\11,1,I i .hiTh* trainer
and an adverbial noun. Catawba College Salisbury "I i olden t\ll\\ "> lam I i.iil/d a poor Ouober 10
Acting Af ntant Surgeon. II Xfillard,
President Susan Ballard an, NJC. t Judson College Marion peit,ii mi i. e '" besting the USS OrttH't, make the following to Lieutenant
ncunced that the College Club Ala. Mercer University, Ma- perfoimei, u ti.It. k*, Conmunder StiUweU report
regarding release of Union
has received from con. Ga.; Pfeiffer College The <'I lint rmenl i would lend
acceptances offum ikt
captured ea St Johns 'It( become .
nearly all of the schools invited Mlsenhetmer,Nc.and Tennessee him SIMIIIUI. But whit he.d do : my unpleasant
to that ,, road I in the cfcMrtot duty to Inform you of the capture of Second
to come to NHS for the annual Wesley, Athens, Tenn '
Amnnt G. II XI hitc
rare, Fnguwer ,, Andrew Farley (mine) .
College Day, Tuesday, October ThM .mi! ,then dtltoreiiee loim s, Smith (coal,heaxrr) md myself in the imall
13. The entire student body wUl PEP RALLY and imiUiiii"s bet_ the. din, f\ 1 b>' j party of nfcdcrue{ nnuti V bad been to
participate In a Never below a dull roar, the ,.
{rare.meeting with morning representatives pro-- student body demonstrated their NEW LOOK FOR MID LANDMARKU.: n the I <int and*,I ui nui" III i lent.i report Olyaplrawr thin Mr RfcJ'i, on the wit bank of the St, John River, At

of about 29 colleges and enthusiasm again in the flurry fiun; Club Itl t ,', ;i ll..: "I "ll'n'| t rtll il s. .I',''," m :N"i IIm I i I t t- \\It ,ltrill I week from, the vine i.lean Ctaesi- you are aware, it was a triulprofeMional visit, hiving
all the armed forces. This of Friday's Pep Rally. High find mum addin"mnl' nr\\ foi\tins! imhi.linjf a I '. ,, ,, i trot' h",., oat Lulu ,of oxford, (Silo. been asked! by General Stammitn 10 attend them 11 a
provides' many college-bound spot of the rally was' the Pep dock a 4l,unit\ iI'lgc( .\md lane. !II'I"'l1t.d \Minmintf pc l "I 1 -\1111\ semi m4dpuhli I 10 III Chi. ago, portion of the family) err. ink Mr Whit accompanied
students with the opportunityto Squad's presentation of the new looking across Haiion Itivoi shone imposing new |friitiiii> ( ot-uft r1) The le.I ml,' i ivaldent.. Dr. m* a> a companion.. I had nude the v mt and wai returning
school "Shake 'Em ..10111r.\ L.ItIl1''I. classics pro. when, off Black Point we >m a mJII|| boat going, it seemed
obtain Up ,
first-hand Informationand song with wide op>n hnlm'III', mil d"t'i\J.: :"' fnm'Illtl.s, \ : fOl'1;uht The
feasor it II.*.llle Washington M Mandarin W'e paid no ,,11"nl'n to u, at we thought it
Thanks the inventiveness
ask questions about those Eagles". to original Rod and Gun Club can l hm' sr.' i It at lift. mt'phmlt<>t t. In v\huh tlu
"Universuy a.ult i t Hut while an w as from Jacksonville. \ n 1 KIIIK, the middle of the
particular schools which. interest of Joy Hodges, who famed club dining loom Is located' Lou Entin, who I i- \M"I'II| | k tlO\\1\ in ancient athlete would t>* over.wholmed in river
created the lyrics students are soon at they got will on our quarter they edged
them. Parents are also the hotel business Miami will be new' thl .
in manager "nson I I bin !Willie of the modern
welcome to attend. now string a new pep song to contest, tw',1 I itutwhK do pret.ty to* red ui. mg's were tailing and! pulling against the .
The Florida schools that will toe tune of a popular rock- well in, the hut nl'IIII.WIIt. M had no chance to get i w at'. and having only case pistol

be represented Include} Edison and-roll number A clever Everglades Rod And Gun Club 4 AUSTRALIAN'MADE IN GERMANY'SOUVENIRS beeeiw ,'..",ltd{ ,MIIIIK was so could not make rrtinlarur They ordered ui to surrender

Junior College, Fort Myers skit consisting of. "rabbit" C''HI-RR\'' \uI'lah.' I \r\ rigorous whuh we did at there wrc 1 irnwj men in their boat and
Florida Presbyterian College (Del Arnold) and the team's AuStral ,. 'mpu.h.! l .m" ,.'KIIIKfront "The thin iniurmatlnn the 10 on ,horl, ready to fur into u< in raw we made reuitonio -
1" : league l < mi 'iimi t," Dr Latimer They imnwditirlv' tarried! ui on thor, where I
St. Petersburg Florida State CO' Joy Hodges wearing 'lapan and plsluld. i ,\K ,ifAMI )
University, Tallahassee; New Buzz Richie's football shoes) To Reopen Nov. 1 For SeasonBY Ml i an uliea I It"" *....!, aald, "thv mare we .roaliMd that explained, to the offmr in umunuul our ,.Iv"ion. but h*
Col'ege.SarasotaRollins.Wln- was put on by the Pep Squad, QrfftuIn\ all for sale luu UK. not only la he original purposeof CoulJ di> nolhint 'X'v acre then marched to Ualdwm,

ter Park;Stetson,DeLandj University As a climax, the team's captains BILLIE D. SMITH ly to take the angler's hook. s.atcno.n which tin Ohmiiua retained' where we arrived the nest morning at 9:00. V were
of Florida, Calnesvtllej for the Clewlston game Most of the guests of the Rod den' SH Vtilirr Cooper ache ilC \m. to ilramuil< ally pro presented! immediately to okmel C Smith, commanding
mot 4i\' ..
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Washington University, No- Van Weeks and Steve Clark, EVERGLADES The world and Gun come bar.lI. year after Sltvn. Minuter! kenAet.n "" ., through competition but forcM at Rjldwin. To him I stated the urcumiuncet of
komisi Gordon Keller School of were ceremoniously presented famous Everglades Rod and Gun year and some spend the whole m the Senate il my- mu h of the orltfaal toraant I. our capture! lie Mid h* could not act in the matter but
Nursing, Tampa} Jackson Me- with a large "rabbit's foot". Club will open November 1 for winter season her. Europeanplan ildag Senins "'"1.1 ,hl,, done uld, about thin.mtri at ill in sass"Cluel that he expected! Major General June in a few hour whenIt
morial School of Nursing, the winter '*'Ion.I or modified American plan '>Ir ,"\ no pro? lets are especially would be referred f to /him, lime General arrived at I 12:00.
available. "1111"f "' 1'"' son"
Miami; Orange Memorial was purchased from theCol. are Evans stated thatthr. conven. cleat, I ',I' k< "I md n..rn .il 'II'" lntrt in the modern gam**, On hearing! the case, he decided' nnrrwdiately that I ihould
School of Nursing, Sarasota; INTERACT CLUB the Her Development Rod Co.and In Gun 1963 by tlons have already made reserve tom .I ,II .. idboonxianf h* mid, '%-<'auM here Ii anuth he rtlfewdl l that the ot>ini ol' m\ visit war a iuffu.ient
; Club
Jones Business Wednesday Interact Club Everglades ., er sample of modern ..oc&4ttyrll& anywhere, and that the reinmndi-f of the
College, Jack- Inc headed by Arthur Evans, lions for the month of November Jus nnn 1 \1'1\ ml.mrur to guarantee party
sonville; Massey Business College attended one of the weekly Rotary from Miami. Evans Is In Ever. and it looks like a 'vry busy Amhannha hum" ii' lead, ..fl e hint dlrmtly ba V 3,060 ilwulJ have been r.le ed it tin. two krauts captured two
lo .
JacksonvUle; DeVry meetings as part of the glades now, readying the club season" for the Everglades Rod the enc em throwing\ 1 tlon years and drawing the classical out tradition
Technical Institute, St. Peters- activities for International In- and staff for the November open. and Gun Club and lodge, weapon ii' the naive hoiiaine.-*, that was early adaitd| a to mod.' by General Scammon to official curamunkiatloni II* said
teract Week. At the meeting Ing. .rn time." further that w him the Kouti were t'thtn'IIkIlhat' h* would
PTSA Of President oe De Land reviewedthe The new Corporation sprat, inure m. that the lam woulJ Iw iluni with Mr White
various 300000.00 in remodeling, r*. "
projects Interact ... Agenda and men
will be engaged In during the decorating and In building a 41. County

High Will Meetr'Wednesday year, with the help of the Rotary unit lodge with a screened swim The agenda for Tuesday'scounty
mine pool. A 1,000 fool dock and sssarmsw..sra
Club. New Interact mem- commission meeting
seawall for boat dockage has also
Night bers were presented with their been completed. Approximately i30 ajn Approval of board ANNOUNCEMENTTROPICAL
pins and membership cards. 33 Charter boat work from the wI \ minutes,
School will NHS is quite proud of the fact Rod and Gun Club, all with native 4 m4 (|49 i.m. Opening of bids
,I hold Student Its Association first Parent.Teacher. that Trudy Marshall and Ricky guides of the Ten Thousand la. tb'v on sale of surplus county property DUAFKUY

the meetlnf of Winters are among 38,000 students land area. Many private boats (real estate).
day new October school 14.Member.hlp .year on Wednes. in the nation to receive a traveling the sun.kissed watersof i 9tOO a.m. Report of county & l'PIlOLSTgny
the Islands make the Rod I
dues, of bO special letter of commendationfor ( engineer.
centsa has been purchased by
and Gun Club their headquarters.The
oerson are now payable. Mem.berthip performance on the National mpi 9r49 a.m, Praseraatton of
tables manned by fiti.dfiptJ3otin Merit Scholarship test taken by Club Is slr-ronditloMd put, Sorrento Gardena, Onlt IIQiQp VERNON I* DKNMAUK
ll member, will fee SIT Juniors\ law Spring. Rod. now, and the dining room offers ..m. I Import of OOiY'
TSf6p tafside thr Alldlt r'lulD it*'''TJ'\I\ 1"1na'la I ored !la the")9e.tutk1 native Meridian celala*. 1 health and welttre/' V1lOfSO ..-- of Sara totn Via-' ; '
730 M that parents, teachers safoofl, stone crabs, (a special '
top two per cent in the nation. '.In. Public heartrtf.sonlng *
ty) steak and other fine foods.
and students
their dues
may pay
Hearty congratulations! (,ardeN '
chang,Napla. .
before the start of the Casual attire may be worn at
program 18 YEARS OF
1CH43 am.-ublic hearing,
announced as beginning promptly all times, Therul'l facilities for
/ at A. business and club meetings zoning ehsnue, E. 'U<' of tf.

Program theme for this first NEED FUNDS Conventions from the northern VXf, Las T7, TI 4. 'ft, Naples CERTIFIED EXPERIENCE

meeting 1s "Meet the Teacher" Student Council members states are rapidly finding out Iiiirrovemfint Co'. title
and Principal Wallace Woodruffand presented the Homecoming about the new Rod and Gun Club. + I Farms, North Naples.
his faculty have concocted I financial situation to studentsIn UiOO iMblk' with
Lou Entln will be the manager .l a.m. hearing, tome of the fin..r
a novel presentation. On.stag, their classrooms and this of the Rod< and Gun Club this sorting change, Units 4 thru lt, decorator In Florida I
representing the parents, will has been of major concern to year lie has been usotutedwith City of Golden Gate
be PTSA President Alan Foster everyone. The. Council has no the hotel business on the East 11116 a.m. -General businessand
and Program Chairman E. money for Homecoming this Coast of Florida and In the Miami correspondence Satisfaction Guaranteed
George Rogers Teachers will
make their year so the students themselves area, for may yeara. t2 noon /Hecess for lunch.
must provide the : I
the number of hare necessary of Ever. p.m. Conference
years they The superb fishing
been In service Leadoff edu. funds Many organizations glades and the Ten Thousand Is. .41.: .) tUII' \ _,lJ Flo rids Acreage Council. 512 9th Sl. N MI 2-5303
eator will be shop teacher Clinton on campus have already lands II the "real" specialtyof I'Inal/ I Approve, and ose bills.
Smith who this September began made contributions. the Rod and Gun Club. Many FLOPPY EARS AND PI LEADING EYES make I I
his 13th year In the Collier County William Cunningham's gc--era. famous people have stayed at these three eight week old puppies all males
school system.Highlights ment students have become wide. the Club, Including presidents of hard to resist Mn Mar,' Vito. Shelter C' o-C'hair.
of the presentation ly Informed on the political spec. the United Sates. All found the man of the Humane Suriot of Maples, has selected
will Include a "Progress Reporton arum while tranquil beauty of Everglades: .
many have become el. the
trio to hold tt h
title of
playful "Animals
Naples Senior lilghd99.1964", tner ardent Liberals or fervent and a day or week of fishing of
as seen through teachers' eyes) Conservatives Jim Willis ls one the sheltered waters of the I*. the'" lJay" They are dual lu d aa beige I !' and black, rtr
Introduction of the new Teacher of the most prominent Goldwalerenthusiasts. lands for the wily snook or SU. with whit markings/ and i in need of loving home" .
Aid Program explanation of the In the eyes of his ver King, the .'be.." found any..h.r. Just a few of many canine a being offered for adot>
revamped English Department; Liberal adversarlei, Jim is con. .. The back bay spawn the lion, th>'.\ may be seen at the shelter between 12 "
and an In-depth analysis by Mr. sldered a fanatic. Johnson back. hungry fish, and they Jump eager. and J p.m, daily m '
WorxJruff of "Today's Educa. ell even concede he's right. t
tlonal Problems and Tomorrow extreme right I .
Educational Need. .
Following the auditorium pre. CAMPUS CHARACTERS
sentatloa there will be a brief Mr. Cunningham tells his lo How's .
open house In all classrooms, quatlous students! ''Nath.,8top AUTO '
so that students may show their hating the drums!r biography '
parents the rooms In which they Robert Kennedy perplexed ,Jf hen you rontiJrr bu;lny.prvptny In Maple

pursue their studies.A many mathematicians when he Your urNrr County
social hour In the cafeteria, declared that 17,JM99...1s really
with refreshments served by the IS, and that any number to the
FHA (Future Homemakers of zero power is one, except zero
America) will conclude the to the zero power, which U zero
evening. The FHA Executive Huh, 9: walk on It

Committee includes Linda Cobb, And no doubt Coach: ""' 11 is ,
president) Carol Hanson, vice.\ ,still trying to convince his stun. ,
president Bet Lee, secretary ,dents that the South wo the war.
Janet Pillion, treasurer) Carol R was a hard choice, but GaDCIIIC'.rtnc n"0 ,,11 Ka are before you buy it!
projects chairman does one of the beat
Cory recreation chairman; Ann 'versions of The Monkey.
Freeman, historian Wanda Is It true that B. U. is abao. km'r 1pd

Reynolds, parllamentarlmt Mrs. I Idly 1 testy abotf P.M. t.usv said gamy done -- ahoy yew by the
Beryl Flnley and Mrs. Ellen Wright, sponsors Keep reading! |7 ftalh attttMt, high and dry wrrt/ye vQtreJ

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.. long-awaited! nhliiiu( changes in the 1965 earn are How Cars purchase.
Our fte.ch f I p."h., rpIIR 1965 Outstanding events of the '65 scene
F'rum .ho,. for .1I0r. dinpldjcd. in showrooms for all to !see. If the FORD, has abandoned its dish tail lights. which were !high(
14. h.... /cod "."'.., alteration in a fender here or a rocker panel there& seem ly visible but sometimes annoying to following drivers at
And conch, .,..". fetor*, 1 lend than revolutionary it ill because the "industrylook" night. The horizontal slab look is carried through the Ford
works ufiaiiiKt revolution us it always has. Got That WayBy line with pleasing grace. Minimal styling alterations hl\ .'
I.a.I bu' not M. t..I'. With a heady 8 million! -umt year Just behind them. De been made In the Thunderbird and Falcon.
Our plrr..r. fourfar ".If,,,,, troit's car makers look toward a continuation of this success. MERCURY makes its bid as one of the most talked-about
Whom .(I.a but In Ntfl* Not one manufacturer is willing to JERRY SHEEHAN cars of the season with its ultra-squared look, giving it the
".n 0... TIM t... day and nS4liI gamble on his share of the pie by unveiling appearance of a sleek domino.
a shape for which the public is little pre Newspaper Enterprise Assn. DODGE introduces the Coronet, aimed at the low-pruprl'
Compote by T./tf.R. pared.Thus. family-sized market. The Dart retains its basically appealing :
Ihp" most styling changes this year are Mortal on Pontiac, now appears extensively elsewhere in both contours.
.i a result of Inbreeding rather than bold de General Motors and Ford showrooms.The CHRYSLER generally has increased the length of Us ,'f
parture. And the "industry look" Is more sweeping rear post so characteristic of Dodges now ferings and applied the Imperial's styling treatment through
firmly entrenched than ever on the Amer provides grace to the fines of the Olds F-85. out.
ican highway.The Both the Plymouth Barracuda and Ford Mustang take on CHEVROLET has devoted Its major efforts to the lower'
The WinnersTHE cross-fertilization of design' elementsis distinction with high-visibility "fastback" windows. It can end of the line. The Corvair has been granted Its first major
4"N. ,. so strong in '63 cars that if the same trend be argued, however, that these cars are not fastbacks In test>ling since Its inception. More rounded than before the
YANKS VS. THE CARDS THE OLYMPIC Sheehan were spotted among humans in an isolated the true sense of the term, rather, that they harken back to>> style is In keeping with the honesty of design which hat
mountain community, anthropologists would the prewar Buick torpedo shape-strictly a design treatment characterized this auto.
GAMES OPENING IN TOKYO FOOTBALL descend on the place and start measuring noses and con rather than an attempt to shift the center of gravity AMERICAN MOTORS eases away from emphasis on smaller
AND THE LOCAL GOLF TOURNAMENTS ducting intelligence tests. to a more desirable location. cars by adding nearly half a foot to the Ambassador ant!
THERE WILL BE ALL MANNER OF WINNERS For example, the masterful 'S" curve from the door to So extensive is this year's selection of models and engine Classic models. Body touches have improved but not radically
the rear fender on this year's Chevrolet, Buick and Pontiac sizes throughout the Industry that it has been estimatedthat changed the identity of the Line.
COMING UP IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS BUT recalls a similar treatment on the recently deceased Studebaker a motorist could drive a different '65 car every day BUICK, too, has added new inches aft and to the side <(1.II;
NOT ALL WINNERS ARE IN SPORTS CON- Avanti, a creation judged by some to be ahead of its for almost a full year. Indeed, power options, transmissionsand its line which retains its basic popular format. This GM
SIDER, Fd'R EXAMPLE, THE FINE HOMES, HOME time. wheelbase lengths are so>> varied that a larger burden division clearly is in no hurry to switch from a successful
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sizable and tuning a reputation for quality, service, and Intefrltt.. ::,-hIidclity-omnitfittuW' art for buying a matched system of The factory matches systenjms FOR UNICEF-This is the
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4 .' kitchen. There is a reverse cycle air conditioningunit Iteration you are anticipating 1 ..nuik.Ml .-**k r matched music ayatema. Just re- receiver A with apeikei X and trend in the component rmErc of the World," a 40-
In the dining room. The grounds are dotted cently. Pilot Radio Corporation. turntable B into th. dt ena of field. the first step several illustrated book created
I In recognition of the fact that possible combinations in order years ago, was taken when preamplifier page the Kellogg Co for
with beautiful fruit
bearing trees, kept In per tM77 I regardless of laboratory spec if ioationa to achieve top performance from amplifier and tuner UNICEF It Is a lighthearted*
'ct! condition by a well and sprinkler system. I the moat important clement the system la difficult, even for were combined Into a tingle unit, history of food which sells I
of high fidelity equipment the audiophile. Matched ayatema the stereo receiver. for 50 cents Profits will go
ia the end ,result introducedapectallydeaignedmodular a provide certain standards of The modular system logically
2-2096 478 6th St., S. to the United Nations Chil
SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATESA music quality for each component: free- carries thia process: a step dren's FundFOR .
further providing simplicity and
JEWEL OF AN APARTMENT Is the one for maximum performance for itereoenthusiaita i J
who do not have the
sale at the Kona Kal on Crayton Road. Its fur technical background to fully

nishings are decorator's Items, costing approximately understand electronic compatibility. RENT
$10,000 and of them can't be Having the units correctly
many matched can apell many year of
duplicated. Containing two bedrooms and two "' enjoyment, just as having the Beautiful 2 Bedroom

baths, the apartment is located on the second I ./YV spell units disillusionment.Incorrectly matched can 2 Bath, Completely

floor south, and offers an enchanting view of .. There are many pitfalls for the Furnished
the Gulf. It Is centrally heated and air condi ,, unknowing buyer. An individual
tioned. Except for a few of the owner's per / who buys an pensive turntable HOUSE
might be tempted to save by buyIng -
sonal Items, everything Is Included In the realistic 0 a relatively inexpensive on
purchase price. cartridge. The result m poor

CHARMING MODERN HOME on South Golf I Country Club Restaurant music atereo reproduction.impression. for To example capture, Naples Bay
the cartridge and the stylus must
Drwi overlooking the golf course, offers plentyof
perform smooth!) and in perfect
living space. To enumerate, there are three balance; otherwise they may Fishing and Boat
bedrooms, with a walk-In dressing room off the -= OPEN harm the record or cause playback Dock

master's bedroom, two baths, a commodious living Indeed distortion some people might gel
room and entrance hall, a large screened a cosily electronics lesson one Available for the
porch with southern exposure and an excellently! day if they were to connect ahighpowered Season Nov. 1 1st
appointed kitchen. The house Is centrally heated amplifier to a high
efficiency speaker system. It is Write Box 1737-A5
and air conditioned, and there Is generous storage not uncommon for this to result
and closet space. $32,750. ,1 0 in blown out speakers. I Collier Daily News

LOTS TO SING ABOUT Large Port Royal lot on Doa B* A Litterbug

Admiralty Parade, East, with water on two sides tr )
and a wonderful view of the bay. This splendid 0 rt I

property offers the perfect site for a prestige Thtrft Nothing Like It In Naples .
home. $60,000 Three choice lots In Palm

River Estates one 95' by 125'j two 90' by

125'. $3,000 apiece Attractive Ridge lakeslot t
a block from golf course, on Seventh Av. 1Y

enue, North, and Seventh Street. $4,500 t
Port Royal again a fine homesite on Lantern t
lake Only $8,000. cash Waterfront lot

on Bonita Court, Royal Harbor. Just $6,500 A New Community of Cooperative

Two unusually large single family lots In sylvan, Garden Apartments for Adults
semi-tropical Coconut Creek district. $7,500 each

114' x 141' homesite on Mooring line Drive, Wil. Only-Prices Start at $7,200
Manager Ed Ronan instructs waiters James
near Hawser lane. $8,000 And there are (Urns and Paul Gordon on proper way to set a
many, many more desirable unimproved prop. tabl

erties on our listings homesltes, multi-family INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BID-
i Ii lots, commercial sites and acreage It will pay The Moorings Country Club restaurant is now open and serving break ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM
you to see us before you buy. fast luncheons, snacks and refreshments from 8 a m. to 5 p.m APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV.

i Arrangements for dinner parties and other special occasions may be ENUE SOUTH. AND FIFTH STREET.

,4d'1ea4iadd made by calling Ed Ronan, MI 25296.
i The golf course is in excellent condition, greens fees and electric or iTO /PId
pull cart rentals matt reasonable. Pro Bill McDevitt Invites you to look over

a4eed a eeal hit stock of fine gt
/ ( I t i .i)1, ''I I I ...I' 'Have ybu played the1 Moorings Country bsjB'fiRfyTttr>> ) aH today1:- ;'Id 7 aeei /l44 date4

305 5th Av. South 8 ycu'll enjoy this sporty layout x> much vWB want to return again and again!
I MI 2-2124 Realtor

I NAPLES SELLS ITSELF-LET AD Pro Shop 2-5700 Restaurant 2.5296 305 5th Av., South MI 2.2124


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_HHI( \ ears \gn '''' COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Naples' '' FU' ., SuOMla", O.*e.r II, ,IH4 3B

Hood i" I: ToastmastersHear be the timer, Irene kfmia, the

Enters Alabama; grammarian and Obe LatE, the
: Fred Clark, wizard of aJiia
I I. : Marvin Cecil, pre Ment, will
'.... Charles McCoolCharles preside over tile bnelness
Sherman Gives Pursuit MrCool and Fred meeting

Clark are scheduled to givetheirlretrpiki
: < : t has at tile recu. 'NN.e. (AP> ) I.
Confederate Gen,John B. Mood, was tearing up the Fwderalh .pert 11 I H it.
the man who had been forced to held railroads leadng) Atlanta. "' lot metrtht..t" i I the Naples Tnat the feline, is really the cat'
live up Atlanta to the Uva&ag Hood's cavalry chief, Joe masters 'Iuh 1 il GtSO o'rlork n r"w. !9>e'a adopted a ooyouI .
Federal army of William Tecuro.Mh Wheeler, also was operating be. l 'i' Tueiclu 'in,:11 In the Elks' Club I l.If' owners, the Norman Nielsen -
Sherman, turned hi* back on hind Sherman In northwest dining: t ," III. Ice hreakeiSM <, laid they found the aban-
Sherman 100 | O h.."s ut udttbtugraphtral In doned coyote pup on their ranch,
and marched years ago thUweek Georgia.On ... ......... eh.lrall'l. ,m'nh or YeriniM. They took
from Georgia Into October 9, Sherman telegraphed '
Alabama bent CUM U..n ci\ uiu he the toairt ilu imp home end put her with
on an invasion of Ulysses S. Grant In Vlrglnlat t .
ids own. ''It l master ,.1 t ilx evening MrCool ,Or I ho"e cal and her five kitunv
be a physical 1m hi .
H also slated to the tnvo what would I II
For 1'1''t1 give ntnlu i t tee
more than two week, possibility) to protect the roadsnow .
Hood's army of 35,000 had been that Hood, Forrest, Wheelerand thou. still" George( Vega will I" 1'1''n.I' .
lntrodti. t> the members and I took H) the pup and let uN '
moving back and forth through the whole batch of devils .
northwest are turned guest I""," ,' milk I for about a month. AlI
Georgia,striking again loose .
and again at the railroad that Ted Bel >w will be the master 'I"Hiih the nl-cayote relalinnN '
fed Sherman's army In Atlanta. MAKE GEORGIA HOWL' .. OMilual Kith Max A. Wecton .) ,p Nee null, ping strong and Ed tXuRherty serving a* his uy they will eventual'
In early October, Shereman Instead of pursuit Sherman
had evaluators' Earl G. Hodge will It I lilt the coyote: In a zoo.
pulled out of Atlanta and suggested, "I propose .that .
headed northwest himself, pur. we strike out with our wagons -
suing his tormentor, and sharp>> for Mllledgevtlle, Mill en and Savannah .
fights broke out In a dozen towns. By attempting to hold SWIMMING POOLS
Dallas, Rome, Allatoona, Coosa. the roads, we will lose a thou.
vUIe and Lafayette. and men each month, and will
On October 13,Hood recaptured gain no results. lean make -.iH. by
Dillon, Ga., just southwest of this march, and make Georgia "' >
Chattanooga, directly acres howl I I Ia \ 71f.n LEWIS
Sherman's supply line. From In the day that followed, he ,
.there, he turned southwest toward planned the detail of this ? ) l"-
Your Local
Alabama, hesitated two day march to the sea. Gen. George Only
while pondering his situation, Thomas, the "Rock of Chlcka.maugt I r a t \. Pool Builder
and pushed on. His mind was ," could be left to defend 1vt, build n Clean H\V tap pool nt no extra
made up. Tennessee. Sherman had 8,000
head of cattle and three million fuel! You get oualiu and servicevhen, you

HOOD'S PLAN rations oi bread. Forage for his hurt n Lewis Pool.
animals, he said, promised to be
Hood knew he could not beat plentiful in the Georgia country Call. .
Sherman' army of 80,000, but side.
he could ouUnaneuver It. By Sherman' proposal, when It SPACE \ND\\1CH. Th t"\\lrd" \ bulkhead art 1'11\1111; \ s ''l. the hultttgt pout-red boostoi ro' 'k.'f "- 1"(1, ( "ntll its LEWIS POOLS INCWe
marching Into Alabama and reached Grant and the official aft bulkhead for precise( nttim: inctk The Saturn is tit rocket that; "It'ntlst"xpeet to use in th(' sth inpt u. blast: three ,
thence to Tennessee, he could In Washington,was greeted cooly.. men to the moon. Two portions of the bulkhead Hill b<' bonded I Bother: in S I'II Btarh (''al'l'i I 11\ \" ,ntinu< I u ;in ar* in the yellow pages
turn from the defensive to the Next week Cedar Creek. Aviation Ml 2-6385 MI 25683IT'S
offensive U Sherman followed,
the effect would be to maneuver" '
Sherman out of Georgia. If
Sherman remained behind, Hood
"Vould go north to wreak havoc ,
In Tennessee.By ,y raw. )v ..'e llNrgt r "llx
October 17,Hood had passedthrough
the mountains to the
Alabama line, and by the next d ,
day he ws In Alabama on the
road to Gadsden.

Sherman, meanwhile, was
troubled. His pursuit of Hood

wit half-hearted Hlslargesrmy t a, .4.
could not move as fast as Hood'*, r.(
and It he gave chase, he would t
lose the ground he had won In the
Atlanta campaign. To make
matters worse, Gen. Nathan Bed.
lord: Forrest was coming east In.
to Alabama and Tennessee and

7"5'nlicate> Bridge

1 Club To Sponsor J !

I Open Pair TourneyThe .' .,,- .:.J..; .- / r iiwS

Naples Duplicate Brld..r -.- =
Club Is expanding Its a 1tVlv4\\ 1i, J'. L.
and 1* sponsoring an Ope
Bridge Tournament which wi be
held at the Beach Club Hotel
on Sunday, October 18. As the / if. ,
name Indicates, the tournament t I t r' J. .1'1.,. ,. II .
li open to all bridge player ,
whether member of the local unit Ir J
or not. However, since this Is ,,
the club's initial entry In this II-
field, officials of the club have
limited the number of entries to
72 player or 18 tables.
Play will be In two sessions,
the afternoon session starting at
1 p.m. and lasting until .4 p.m.
and the evening session start t *
lag at 7 p.m.
The tournament has been sane
tioned by the American Contract
Bridge. League and full Master
points will be awarded to the lead.er .
as well a* a trophy to the
winner and prize to winner and a ; r
runner up.
A spokesman for the club
states the entries for the event :

are coming in at a rapid rate w. .... Y 1 .
and that the limit will soon be r+'"" ..... '"" etfftallikkloa. -
reamed --



t'Ot'KPHARMACIST No kidding every one of the pictures shown above is of tine new -IxtJrooin 1 lulli Carmel \In Mutrn' -- _. Su- 1

berg Home, Hard 'to believe Isn't It? You wonder how a single httmt can ln disngrd. In tppearanc to much

SPEAKS each different and distinctive, each with its own appeal. But its true std II". the result cr' careful planning by t>wIttitenberg r -" .,.. s

architectural design exprrti typical of the eats tan> and rtattlnn quality( that ifm Intn 1'1 rtHutenberg \ t

BY Home, regardless of tee, price or where it h l btailt '
.r ', GENE \\$>' do Rutcnberg Homes offer thu choice In home ilyltng' \\> ihfcik It i. |just l good liut*****, st Meow dirt use' : a SCREENED 1)0"LIVING POWCM14V trieMI*

:"iMcLAINMaaklnd exterior design cannot pleat e ervone and we want to please yen We want In give MM. lW wiianl .poth4" c

.. choice in \cxir new hotne design| fniide and out Entry Rutnibif lle ne fen, this same itrifbitilv. Why tuinpro- CL TH,

\ mite when you can be distinctive Enpedally when the prim, h the HIM ",-,'. rlffcl' ther It tall etlra I bal VI t I

for any one of the exterior designs shown abmr BEDROOM UTILITY
tint *is r|.
emus pals U laYancy, tad Vet one you Lie? Fine Drive out to the Rutenberc 'loWl ll m.t today anti ire fig yOur'*'U how. Ills,. ttr Q.. Mr DINING. ire- ROOM

it li usually .. mere bar new Rl1lt'f1Lrrlllome can be adapted to fit you ruttly \ ftHtndirfg. Homr C sxu t\or\ will (if" bogy tit

how you all the newdnodek Fvralehed model Kernel are tin wa eery they fur yew mmvrm tf CL T -. .
a short twinge away f "
thrrtartrrOM Hutenberg Homes are priM from 111,990 toU 7,990TM Camt shown abase tat, IMo iM 'fnc1t4,.99G.si = *" !4' ENTRY CARACJ I

>Q\IIlJt anywhere In the Naplei area BATH T i{J RHI te J| |
use's food U ... -

ether. MIB'S ,.Iao.." This

( ..rat Mad ever JWX BEDROOM Irte'
tar. CL11OW
year age by a Remaapkikwophrr TO GET

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war .,.... I. rf'ret .. ..r Jt.

te me ef iiaakid BtoctpcraUUaf '" .
North in Naples on UJ. Rout 41 at corner of
ail.,.ts al
WrgiM. Allrrglce aprisg Banyan and Tamiami Trail Coquina Sand subdi.wialon. .. ,'

tress five g sral gre u*. Watch for Rut.nb.rf Hoote sigiu from -"" -: j; 7 J sN1

lags Feed say e4 *0 ". ... ."". =::;e.-- ... C. ....
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4S COUIH COUNTY NIWS, N.plM" H.. SIIII4.,. OtMMf II9M. "WAfff Y0//ig People 1'Iri"i"I Male NurseRecommends )

In 1894 the German explorer :. ",
Q'L.N' You Count 0 A. von Gotten was so

f. _tl1IIt impressed with the dancingWatuata Teens Need OK to Marry
I THI COLLliK COUNTY NIWS. thai he claimed Rwanda His Career
and Urundi aa part of the German
Oof oeVoHUon MMH& VMI test colony of Tanganyika WIT.UAMSPORT, P.. UPTwentvonevearolc ( \
d David H.
*WMMA ..:r.- Jc&------"'" ."' 1t-:'", ,
Ranrk I* doing something '1\ r

other malt has ever done- : aCOBBt; 15 IS I f'Xr it 1 uate from the \viillamsport

l Hospital Scho: of NuMtng; !
The first man at a srhool thAt

N/ has graduated some 1 1,300 nurse lJhI

In Its 81.xear.M
will b. emplnxed In the hos

i f# pital's operating room, doing the ,

work he came to en'o\ best durIng -
i) rras TEENAGEMala4iP afGEfl Ms three.,ear training er v as

w I What leads a young man to
l I E enter the nursing profesilorr

In David's rase It was his rand.

mother Mrs Helen Ranrk.

FLIP STITCH "She sweated that It would

B\ Eugene: (..llhrriPmldrm. allowed to marrv without content what they thought the parents be i food profession for voting'

y Cllhrri uuih at the age of II, but 42 actually' would do. Slxtx.three fellow and got me Interested,"

Research Im. per cent would accord girls the per cent said the wouldn't expect David explained.How .

At what age should bovs and same right. Alone the same am help from their parents does a fellow feel I among t

girls be allowed to marry without lines 13: per rent said boys If the married earlv. But 73 percent aboug 100 student nurses'1

consent? shouldn't marry without consent were of the opinion that, "Quite pleasant David said STAR SHADOW Beatles, drummer Ringe, Star

AND SEW ON AND SEW FORTH! Our state taws can't agree on until then are over tt, but onhS actually, the parents would offer with a grin "The girls have Is silhouetted twice' en back will during their' Dallas con

California Cobblers sews a fine stitch the answer to that! question And per rent thought girls should such help. As Joseph E. Wtest, made my life enjoyable here, cart, the final of the quirttt tour of the United State
casual that's fit.
and tailors suitable a handsome for the season's fashion. neither apparently can the wilt that long. Jr, of Baltimore put Hi I and they've helped me so much ..................................................................
tingly youngsters themselves. But a Onlv 5 per cent thought a bov that
they've artualh kept me
with stacked heel anda
It's "Flip Stitch" a
square toe and it's as comfortable as survey we took among 1064 teenagers under 18 should be allowed to "Thev would help because they folnf There was no teasing, no I

it's fashionable. Black and Truffle makes one thing clear: the narrv without consent Fourteenper are parents who love their children problems" MISS DEB

$12.95 slim narrow medium widths. overwhelming majority of young cent said It would be all Even If the'didn't approve, David recommends nurilngfor

persons feel then should not be right for girls to do so. In fart, they would still trv to help If other males, or course lI.btaur
mnaarn yurarume
permitted to marrv without con S per cent saw no objection to a necessan" "It's a wide open field for Junior .Winfliifuilli ..

Rouse's THEss655.5th sent If under 18 years of sge no-consent marriage for a girl Pamela Hlllman, IT. ofLyndon men," he said. ", groomingam t \ .

,,, The old theory that women under 161There! Kan., felt me same wan "nil take im state board exam ) in N n'if i. .

mature fasture than men was was wide variance between and oased her opinion on the In November to become a registered ,IZ '\

t much In evidence In the replies what the young people past. Said she: "They have nurse," said David. II/ I :
Ave. Downtown '
of the teen-agers. Twentytwoper would expect of their parents If helped me In everything I have "Vert autumn I expect to enlist I invited just whoul rvery' un' hill what happens in mcwnpUxnw \
cent felt that boys should be they married in their teens-and ever done." In the army with alieutenant's ."Sy in a part gi ni) houwnicer from tall on nuke,
the seasons' last l football me want to hirHfame" "iih ,h.
Sixteen-year-old Judy Mead of commission.
game III It.. with im family, hvara M.ikir-np cm!) )|t\ti IIH ,i
Lomlta, Calif., also thought her exerpi for roe hula detail, : I iplntilit liNik.
parents would help "because have to do everything mjulfHim ( .
: A > nu can he .i in"H h..IIIII,
tan I hoe fun iM m running
when they were married they inlrrlVrriuc in he IIi,.h.,"> il u>u .I.IM IK 10m. .'iii"'"
probably had help from their inter skin righloin Ahull ,'
A II. not J\ hard .i. inn heal, often dthdrift t du..
MICHIGAN parents. think, h. tin Ml and
urn skin an 'il hciiiiiut |>,ipcrt,, il
An opposite opinion came from hair J hall .it the tams turn loii.ll Pnwdir ink .".ik. s
.ul. ("
Charles Estrada. 17 of San Plan everything' xjimrung look Aakt Ihe" tun h'yun; i"
with refre- hmmlkttp ..
with a i laviiih dpphaton| i inijihi
Francisco, who said: "They your menu Minplt and eery to .IX.HH Next I h.oId
would that If I foolish acne If loppy nw s nr ipait
say was nor)' hot asolo li'lli loi In Mfjn ''I''
gives THE MOSTIhe enough to do It, I should be ableto held are crowd fatuntet' male llM ityJiii will' sao ili ,
you bml l xung scat ot the wfek but n1h your sauce loupli nl. Jays re'.im and dip il pimtrilc :IIhnc :,::
handle It." Another Clih Boi M jjaimM mlionw,it tm
Californian, I8-year-old Carolyn OH PRETTY WOMAN, kr:1: guests buffet, help style I thrnmlte with paper the. proms. "'.'..'p,,,,!. I II In M.isl',
Norton, of Palo Verdes, also 0>bl> n plain and url and 1..I..r.rb01t'1 cloth steamy hiss Inc Inc mica'
ulcIhcli. &I'ntlH iiu?'
didn't think her parents would DO WAN DIDDY DIDDY, of napkini A few tiara of the cream/ ..illi Klcuux n,'
help If she married "It Mann with a tray will take un nf t
early IUU loaning on II hnc ides i%
WE'LL SING IN THE SUN. clean time
L Is not their duty" explained hoe for foundation and n'.il,
i SHINE Carn.tt Q My boy friend hat intUud After a wick cal l dni:, : \\
Carolyn, "After all, It Is foolishto DANCING I IN THE me 10 have :dinner w i lilt him: and:: Uiali. ).i',,ll IM hack ,m nrlalion' ,,
L 1P" ea aP marry ao young When one STR E ETMatha ft Vond.llo. hit parenii in a very ilijimilrrtiaurunl I'riHil Illin nn nisi oa i ii
REMEMBER (Walking In I' '
qE- m not inn ear weekly ritual'
married Ms
gets one accepts or
the Sand), Shanrl-Los who fioea bra ." On lulile In
her financial responsibility" BREAD AND BUTTER, fail, whit deI I tin ..nli in) y M) hair it oily' and I hairI
wash ofitn I fool waivek'ggtd.
il HI
From Thomas Llser, 18, of NewbeariIT napkin when dinner, i. over! .. .
Help! !Help! la there any.way tonuiktr
Paterson N.J., came this possible HURTS TO BE IN hair inns IM!y.'
A. Yuud IM turpmul him
tongue-in-cheek reply! LOVE. Pitney knowing a few ruin oi crxiuttti A.,11I eMl actually malt,
J\' "" 'II ocj T "They wouldn't ''help because THE HOUSE- DP..mTt1E: can 'he I MYuil, lift; .im-f our hair lu. ml). hul )"u ,in,
RISING SUN A"iln.I.I' oath mort i>f the oil' away "d I Iou
.. tile just don't understand me and Remember: Your date or hi .,
GTO Ronnie & Dayton father will hold' tit door fur ) 1.1. uliainpoen nudi isn|
are constantly hurting my delicate WHEN I GROW UP TO BE you while you prut-dt him into. wally for i ily hair And you
ego.< A MAN, Beech BWILSON the restaurant You .ii, with might, upcfinuill w ill" ..I"h.lllr'M"
fur inhclwiin
the others at llw' mtrim, nl
Drive Carefully And Live the dining runs fur I In luj.l ups I Iheri' car Mvcral dry shun
I''.''' on Ihe mailu. or you can
waiter to auult you tn (
tiioiliiis r table. The waiter Rte hint UK: laleuin rwwjer. Ik uie liniter >
KENT then your diitvi nwthir and every area and brush il
you. The weltermiss.1.\ to out tcry tlH>routhly, Nut re me, in
you the chair that mill, pt.m.I.the I. "tat thai dry hampixi Ithl"fth
Inn meaiuri ni i
dttiryhU at a top-M'P
moil tins Sn I
down ilowly and jlly."r dolt l nplato, rcimUr' wailuruc Its
& TOOMER i chance to hold your ihair, hunt" lei Hi a lehe-dulc' amt, Imp,
'C. -4 In u. every week. ol lite "it,nlh
--- -- I' ------ When the meal u hnurnilplace !
QUALITY BLENDFERTILIZER the nupkin unfolded!. h< Government payrolls men.',,,,, dIn
akS11a ride your plat He SlUt 11 inn to "
/Oaa 'W \ hilli.m last ova.
alr fine your faro lining In the' hillum above IWJ, atmrJin. I t..
THE MOSTHOUSE powder room Above" all In to .
the NuttiHlul ( uniwincr I mum
rela and your not n..lur
telf \HHix.iuti. Three-fifths nl' Ih""'
ally charmm/j/<<
a J' cspannum neeurri.il: in slut .,ud,
LlYlai ABU Q I lonk (feral with a sun 1 loyal\ ni>vernmcnt.

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30% Natural Organic

VALUEoat with iron and manganese :;

: W "I secondaries mixed specificallyfor oi

Kitchen In Rear $13,495 on lot ti '
Thorough cxpcrienic. day to Jay working knowledge : your theGARDEN j

of construction condition* and prices plus comments of _ _, 4A
customers and trade: ntxcialists point up the truth of

this statement We invite you to judge for yourself iaIDIB Pea au1 SPOTfor h

becauie value Is a relative matter In producing quality l' N/Ne g100!

homes at u fair price \\e have the advantage of substantial -

volume in purchasing, the benefit of our onradiocontrolled gIIOM a n

"e\\ with long service: and interest: b aAtAGnn' "

in quality \\'('IrL.Ur quality control system, and a h nd. ./? IJYMa o Naples Area Lawns

earned reputation I to protect Let our courteous experienced

home specialists show you why Michigan

Construction offers THE MOST HOUSE' VALUE. I
f ( lspaa

Inspect Models Today In ROM PUN aw",vii'> ifj $3.75our

scan t The Beautiful new models are here! See your

bat HMteW local automobile dealer today, and buy your

L new cat. Ash him to arrange BANK financing

:;;; ..n Kitchen in Front $12,995 on your lot per regular hundredIn price for TOM.Buy .

On Drlv" 7 comenient 50 lb. begs.We'll .
Mooring lln. Locally Finance Locally
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COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) structural lIIIdI.nic 8m cIua. '
The variation of Get wet young man USN. too of Mr and Plea Silences \ oi('" of UiiandaKAMPAl ,
John P. Owens of Imrnoktto.
f i Dr. John W. Clark of Battelle \ Uganda (AP 1 I.." relent hours lain, on theIa.
'emorililnsiliule. Fla.. panlclpated In I
t The acruhiiu." bah either ,
frog t r* ir] he loutld the frog
He urges exploration of the depths of the sea. as well Atlantic Treaty OrgaalMion hith-jumprl IK feet or rlimbcaa .l'lInr"IIh.\ .. half-Inch gap be-
.. as the reaches of space, and notes that pace exploralion (NATO) naval training opera- steel pole anyway it twren the I'rolecltvlIoca. at the
technology can be mvalu The potential for don called uExerc e Team ulcnccd Radio Uganda for two top ol i he pole and aithint the
able in developing ocean: food minfralv work" ID the Mardi AttMdc hours urrcnl,.
Why (" down into what Dt and salvage broadens ion while Mrrtng aboard the antisubmarine When me power farted, betweenltdiismitter \ fink of,,' the finger and the
( Lot ,,", ,I k .. 'iderabl h when the entire underwater ,- and, I the JOO( { ,
d |Id. daik warfare aircraft m.'I. i ?' I I .Bands' wan on the
a air nearlv 71 per cent carrier usa aid, ]. duds ,11..1 I I < ig"nc''' II I IH '" .1,
"I I the waap.HU .
faith's! surface" is von unit with other ""ph",',, is .1 I,,,' 6r,1 i t1.fs ,I""I"
tidered, (laik adds. along
naval units from Dea- I' ,"
i Ocean engineering relativelynew Belgium. 4 FROM Lm'LB.Jt
mark the
Franco Norway
are ol and
technology research The .
in which ( I larks a leaderat Netherlands and UntMd Kingdom use bate : SPARKS.
of the m.., was okayr'too. so ( ..
are trabifa
Baiulle can ,select damn conducting g Huniphrrvi lined on the 2Infmhrr
I build operate and m.ntain, the AID FROM THE AIR A i All' ../ "I II 'Ad r' .. a <"" '1"q operations In strike antisubmarine ? .* ., rrv the poarrI GIANT FOREST

equipment needed he says. !rune n'r.nta' or 'i run' so a '011'1, 03"" and antl-alr war I .i. #
As 1 m space travel' man macaw 1 ng grass rev Pare 'n* e a 11 It. :' rio ':, 1)( I..f 1 I a {Ire. GROWlbehind !
take his atmosphere with him _
or use remote-control eQUIpment.
Clark saya Manual work in he

depth, he continue, can lit
done using protective di>mg
gear, commercial submarines and
1 tetechiru systems re motel' \
ntrolled by specialists wh,
Ire drsafe and comfortable:
Eicn submnneauppli I ,
settlements, on the bottom are a
'garble albeit opennvr
prospect I. the researcher say ,
The cost of seeking the .e.'' sd
rewards will be 'in manpowei

time, equipment and manes
Clark aay. and new problem
: SEA I II I (OOR .\r\tOS may appear, such aa application:
: PIIERfur"unded b>' of international taw
: drawings, ol remote control Kotking with remote-and1an.
: devucs for deep device in nuclear laboratories
: teas research: and a contributed: to his growing interest d

: topographical map of in ocean engineering, the ar ..I.Il
: the depths ocean engineer Battell research coordinatorS
. John W Clark plains.
"> work in his office But he admits he hasn't been I Iif
'. down to plumb' the depth himself -
r unfriendly plate' although he think he
'I, Itecauae wrote in Battelle* eventually will
"TacHnical Revew"lhe worldt "Right now," he says with a
I available natural resource could grin, "I'm like the swimming! r
be increased' 50 per tent by developing teacher who walks round! the

the continental shelve edge of the pool', falls in. and ri/a/ ,
' which stretch out underwater from has to be rescued by the Btu
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women in only even' years to change the face of Florida He northeast of Naples. These men working .in principal cities

Leonard Rosen president of Gulf American Land Corporation. of the United State and several foreign nations. In the eleven-

FLY NAPLES He and the 3.500 other "M n Behind the Miracle" at Gulf story Gulf American building (pictured abovei and at the

MIAMI American have created a modern, thriving community, Cape several Gulf American properties, are the modern counterparts

(Coral on the Florida Gulf Coast seven road miles from FtMyers of the American; pioneer lktraiirW/
New Year Round Daily Schedule The)' have transformed raw, virgin acreage into land ,uieftJl' a btttfr tomorrow.

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6ft COUNTY NEWS, Naples. Ha. Sunday, OoHWr II. .IH4 of Brooklyn. The second time from all round the BIt MooN, fiJI"f -s.w .
was In August to the midst of a Fulton CIMID andBgg.m i1ake ::,,y, )' summer snowstorm He loved area for tea. jh- ,, '
the mountains, Twltohell Lade Folka thought .,hiking ? 1e24 ; ,
and the of Hamilton three and half
daughter Lowell one mllea over
'J'.l'.11 0.. 'tWJ// With eudllncerxlvea,be from Big MaNe Lake on a r: -::

I left the big city and Joined his Sunday afternoon. tilting tea ... ,
: father-in-law (In running the and theirs back by cia rle. > "
GAL Q Lone Pine Camp. During visits tW oftenbought
NATURE In those days, the mld-1910'a delicate embroidered

many hotel men began their goods which Myra Hamilton
By Anna UBMtiiU Bowes .- careers with rustic camps mars sold In her Hale shop
I and as guides. Their families Freddy says, "She eould make
pitched in with the work and $600 a year Just sitting by the
One of the most demandty Such old-time Innkeeper wives doubled as cooks and stove with her fancy work..'
professions In the world U Freddy Elmers of Twitched bakers. Freda wife was am- Meanwhile Mr. Elmers was
Hotel Managing. Even with the Lake. He's 84 now.and retired, bilious and clever As a young busy with his boarders. At 4 tl t'
modern materials and con- but he reminisces: about those girl she had saved $18 and first, he served only steaks ,
veniences of today, It still requires "rugged old days" with humor had persuaded her father, Lowell and Hap-Jacks but soon he
brawn brains, diplomacy and nostalgia. "It's the only Hamilton to build her a hired a cook who put out full w' crueiwyiha1N
and cool nerves. Imagine profession I ever took to," nice tent. She started serving meals. With no road around the
t' how early hotel men and womenIn says Freddy "and I tried tea and cakes twice week here. lake, no telephone, no re-
the Isolated Adirondack many" That was the beginning of the frigeration. no electricity, no
\ struggled to run their inns and Elmer first saw the Adiron- famous Lone Pine Tea Room. cars, trucks or speedy out- f NEA Telephoto)

looses. dacks in winter straight out Soon guests and campers boards this presented problems AIRBORNE HEADQUARTERS battlefield command and control center is loaded aboard an Air Force C-130 plane at
Supplies had to be ordered Greenville Tex. It is 47 feet to to military forces.
from Utica from long and designed to fit into the cargo space give added mobility

Chicago. They came up to Big On dreary rainy days there greatest fun was masquerade, PAID IN FULL
For Real Buys In Real Estate Moose Station by train and Fred was no T.V. radio dance bandor announced Just before dinner NEW YORK CAP)-A New York
came down from Twltchell Lake SAL
with his amusement room to enter- Guests would scurry to create City couple whose family has ,,
buckboard Often tain the guests. Instead they a funny costume In Just a few received medical care at the
guests would wedge themselves made their own wholesome fun. minutes 'J
see in with s side of beef boxesof Crazy games like Spin-the- Eventually, Freddy got electricky(1925)stnugupaphoe Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Topics f
Center for four has
vegetables mall bags and Bottle, Up'Jenkens, Chinese' ( ) ; I ;
i sacks of potatoes. Checkers, etc. were played by to the end of the lake broughtIn presented Columbia University
i HAIRREALTOR Food was stored in an tee all ages. There might be an a horse and a large motorboat with a $1 million rift
i house. Each winter Mr. El Intense poker game going on The hotel business became The money, given by Mr. and A Strut*of Your Doctor H U mers would cut blocks of Ice Yom Loral Medical Sue,,,,, and Ihc
I and pack them In sawdust to by the fireside (for very low easier to manage and yet Mrs. Van Alan Clark, will pro. Florida Medical AMOUSUOO.
last all summer stakes). somehow it lost a bit of that vide expanded educational facilities ULCERS? SEEK EARLYTREATMENT
a HIGH LOT IN PINE RIDGE the Lone Pine Tea Room and Old friends would chat, kids .Imp Ie.goocl natured vlgorof for the department of Nursing .
SUBDIVISIONOn LARGE CORNER LOT Camps was home-made Ice would make fudge and In the earliest years. Perhaps those of Columbia University's
evening there mightding be a wing- old were the ulcer u like clean-cut: or
Trail Boulevard COQUINA SANDS cream. Every day without fail, "rugged days" Faculty of Medicine In the An a
of a dance. The best pinched-out hole occurring in
Priced To Sell square ?
165' K 325' five rich gallons were crankedout Presbyterian Hospital the lining of the stomach or the
by hand Whatever was left first part of the small) inteaunve
$3400.00ANDERBILT $4800.00VANDERBILT over by evening would be soldto Ulcers may develop at any age,
New Treatment for Cornbread incidence
eager campers around Twit- but the greatest appears
-S to be between the ages of
chell Lake. The Tea Room
BEACH ESTATES BEACH ESTATES 10 and $0 Emotional and meuUl -

COMMERCIAL LOTS lots On 100 Foot CanalsFor and also Bon-bons featured Huylers s real luxury Candles for are strain all considered, anxiety factors and tension leading

200' 285' on Beach A Limited Time the region. No liquor was ever to their development.

200' 150' on Bay $100.00 Down served. Symptoms vary but the most
characteristic one ia an acute
$50.00 Month abdominal distress, which may
Priced at $60,000.00Good per take the form of a gnawing,
Terms Current burning or aching pain Very
often the distress will last
GOOD BUYS IN SMALL HOMESITES Best Sellers ink several days or weeks and then
Many to choose from MODERN 3 BEDROOM C.BS. disappear completely only to
This homo has (Compiled by Publishers' Weokly) recur again.Vomiting.
new is associated will
$500.00 up Rovers Cycle heat pump. FICTION r ulcers. Very often this relieves
'RECTOR OF JUSTIN, th ufferer because, it is
NAPLES PARK SUBDIVISIONWe $t1,9 0.OO Terms Aucnlndoss thought, the offending acids are
THE SPY WHO CAME IN :thereby eliminated frequently
FROM THE COLD, Le Car. lie patient will vomit blood,
have other listings, THIS ROUGH MAGIC particularly if the ulcer has progressed
many VANDERBILT BEACH LOT to the point where Mol
Including RESIDENTIALThis Slower >.trucU the exit of the ston
HOMES HOMESITES, JULIAN Vld.1ARMAGEDDON. uch and if it penetrates a blood
lot has Urls vessel. '
TRAIL FRONTAGE over 200 Feet on Inland' liecaune of the cliaractenstX:
ACREAGE. Good NONFICTIONHARLOW acute distress the ulcer suffereris
Terms: waterways. FOR QUICK'SALE:
Shuimon susceptible to every "cure-
$4,000.00, Terms A MOVEABLE FEAST, e all guaranteed to relieve an
---- Hemingway x X15{ alleged indigestion This can
THE INVISIBLE GOVERN. be dangerous because it only I .
I FABER HAIR" MENT, Wise end Ron delays the seeking of medical
A TRIBUTE TO JOHN F treatment As time goes on the
KENNEDY Sellneer end ulcer can increase in sire, become
more difficult to control

2 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU a Venae FOUR DAYS UPl-Amer) and prolonged cause pain.greater and more

103rd Ave and Trail No. Vanderbilt Beach ten: Heritage *+t rA A thorough pliytlcat. etdntmstion
(AP'e "Th. Torch la including x-ray, ia necessary
Phone Midway 2-4459 Midway 2-2992 POI IOd" II net llstee" .be. I'f diagnosis of the type
cause It .has net been seld of ulcer its location and area
ASSOCIATES: generelly In boo .t.....) affected If detected in time,
Glenn Allen Jack Sherer SI NDAY NIUIT SI 'PPER--Hot cornbtead treated to tomatoes, green peppersand medical management and dietary
measuree are commonly
cheese taste wonderful with cold meal loaf tuccestful in treating them. It- .

By CECILY BROWNSTONEAiioclaUd wish to choose a milder variety 9 cherry tomsioes, stemmed and i u n.t"hose; : 'C' presenting complicated\ special one i

This Harveat Cornbread is so quartered problems in treatment that require
Press Food Editor good served with scrambled eggs 3 thinly sliced green pepper rings surgeryCadet .
Foryou- MANY MODERN cooks often and bacon for I lunch or brunch, 1/2 cup grated Cheddar cheese
Hound ua with their ingenuity.If it', si so delicious/ with cold Into a medium mixing bowl,
you are a recipe collector, you meat loaf and aalad for Sunday sift together the flour, baking Nickerson
probably feel the same way night upper powder,salt, cornmeal and sugar.
the At their beat, these cook. can But whatever menu you put It Add egg milk and butter Beat Qualifies For
bayfront take a recipe that'a been around on, nerve it hot' Vie found that it until just emooth-about 1 min
_. property for a Ions time nd give it an reheat well.flARVEST. ute. Fold In the chopped green Carrier LandingsUSS
interesting and delectable twist pepper and tomatoes to distribute LEXINGTON (FHTTNC.
Here ia one ouch 1"invention CORNBREAD evenly Turn into a buttered I by CharlesA.
Naval Aviation Cadet
-, much enjoyed at our houae. Basic I cup sifted flour 8 by 2 Inch baking dish. Arrange
Naples l cornbread la ladenwith quartered 2 teaspoon baking powder green pepper rings over the surface Nickerson. son of Mr and
;t: ,, cherry ,lomatoea and green pep- I 12 teaspoon salt of batter. Bake in a hot Mrs Charles B. Nlclterson of
pits and given a topping of green I cup white or yellow cornmeal ((425 degrees) oven for 15 to 20 Collter-Semlnole State Park,
pepper ringa and grated ch..... 2 t.blupoon sugar minutes. Sprinkle' with ch..... Naples, qualified for carrier
The cheeae melting over the topon I leu Continue baking until cheese landings Sept IT aboard the
l I the bread makes u. look irreHituble I cup milk melt*-about 5 nuns more. aircraft carrier USS Lexington,
ahem ..c tried this I J cup butter or margarine, Serve piping hot, cut in square operating In theCulf of Mexico.In .
recipe we used u golden sharp melted from the baking dish; or reheat. order to qualify he had to
Cheddar cheese. hut \"m may" 1 4 cup chipped green pepper Makes 9 servings.
I male takeoffs and landings from
the deck of the carrie

Prior to making the landings
at sea. the student aviator must
qualify on field carrier landing
strips which simulate on the

r ground s carrier's flight deck.
This helps the student adjust
himself to the restricted landIng -
Y I area on the deck of die



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; lOti \'\\r<5Ht'RG, SOMtn Africa (AP)-Df-lt-vourae-lf vor<' -s bxrnatrln The only oth.r t..slse tIIIt .tI..on order. no longer a plaintiff but a phalli 7'ta
rnUlh .rnlsaltfTNMl spouses Jf. beflnnlnc to do sleek atirnrs plaintiff has to row to tl.lO te Tns ordeal takes about five '..". The procedure generallt ,
(< out of a lucrative sourer of Income In thin fold town the Deputy Sheriff of the town tor minutes at the moat unless an takes about two minutes

pup"I.IIIon| ibout on million and a hr...-.. In two out of even delivering the summons and awkward Hide asks uneiyected The. WltwsleMrand nhone 4
seven irurrUgeO later, the restitution order. questions bit iteneril\ I he court Court which c j>erate< for the!

More and more of them are Three summons formeRevenue appearance follow a strict legal Johannesburg: area. ran through
finding thai fur *s little a*( stamps forthsummonses SHORT AND SnIT formula which U seldom aban- about 47 dlvnrres In H IIIII'llh",
12 d.lIan1", cost materials (against the defendant The actual appearances In donPf. one da\ recenth to net a speed l
rt such as revenue stamps and lefa'' ) court are merciful brief and The aerond and last court appearance record. The reiord for sheer

2 <1''''uments and some messenrer A declaration form (outlining m.nfind that once thev have. I I. even shorter. The output>> was 100( dlvcine In HO
J f wurk- thPcan unhitch themselves reasons for wanting Mood .up for the first time and) plaintiff produces/ affidavit minute on another canton

r i from un'ont..Unr partner the dt orce) mumbled l off tilt required opening aweartac that the spouse hun't Mo
U within t matter of sea A revenue stamp for the : sentence of "1\h I ord lam returned and tells the ledge: .....\" one*--unc01,,'tested ,ttloris -
\J weeks declaration form appearing In person as plaintiffIn "My Lord toda\ la return date suing itffendant" either foe
An attorney's fees for the A Votlee of Set Down (date this muter" the rest Is and a. there has been no re- desertion (a term that tan cover

same opentluit wMIld.Rlutine to for hearlac the ca.) relatively easy going-just a ponce bv the. defendant I aak fora almost an\ tope of matrimonial)
tiNs: KiR DOWN UNDER: anything from ((8140 to StlOl.a A revenue stamp for the simple description of where he divorce upset or tdulterx -and these "alte ,
\0 "''Olt' pounds shillings fart, the eynlrs say which accounts Notice the lives. where the other spouse % WFP RFCORH\ ha ad led on K do-ll.\our!!.It
Ir rid I prn.r" lor .\ustralia In for Johanneeburi's divorce A revenue stamp for the lives. what happened to the The Judge !grants a final decree beats

1'1')6h, ;dollar tin uiiiitn and) cents changes decimal tot ntt not being three out marriage certificate soon marriage and a request for a of dlvorrr and plaintiff Is However, with the sticky and

,It'l1I 'fhl'I new coins pore of every seven to be superfluous) I nasty contested. rues when dlvt.
"II i UI1UMJj il! \u trdllan wIld.it South Afrtra'a. divorce law A revenue stamp for the restitution slon of poase h'n. and nistodi
i()11) tin hack an image make evervthlnf fairly !simple order (given h\ the of children are involved pro. .
SOUND OFF Api>ai'ntiy cianaa, the female .*
t Queen Eli/ab/'Ih;! on then and uncomplicated. as long as an fudge and telling\ the defendant ipertlve plalntlfN are general
1 n I 1'hl'I 50-cent piecei amateur plaintiff-, mlawrkeeps to be available for cone \\AP Newdeoturea acl.\I.d-by\ law'trto hire tnch reatdan ..f the Wh.p.nad. loo ','n England, la net 'leek
/ abuse, contains the the sand when she has an eplnien te
( n ing fer a hole n
head and the rulesIn be divorced
hb to ideal rights or BStDKRONIJHA.BSTRAI
\ustralian lawyers ahar"l
coatof-arms. come
',,111' with kangaroo Other the ratified atmosphere of A revenue stamp for an aFfidavit T ART ?VI 1 nmw III hi MV" ", \ !nIitt \ nJ oat .1 I ,
i Pins show lizards anteaters courtroom, rtwlfrged Judge, he- of Non-return/ (aav- s.cent I.S. n,mnu 11 .11.i Im povl II"i (1.11' pidhi .
|) re birds and platypuses robed lawyers and bewildered Ing that the aforementioned The designer I the flea I. vivc, ,1'1'I i "ling a \ .mi' INi BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT OFFERING
lltlrants conjugal/ rights were not of red blue and black linn >. Sttian 1).1"In' "tcn'd

( a t a mount. cougar. Plus nerve for theoriaslon. forthcoming). to be the father of "pup ;in 1
Ilunt.n! : i lion, painter a plaintiff do-lt-\ ourself divorce Total rout of the kit: flint Proposal for a fine ..u11111',i
from the I1.S. mnmntcc 'I I
hi' and all.IIIII' ante
ant r pun t an .
I kit should ontaln: over U) I
tin International Assottaovl' r
fin the sami'' annual
Art which nuked the Sooru. ,1i I rrlrft !
American Graphic" Arnsm n, 1I' '
produce suitable designs An hUI ..
invitational contest waa held
A TURN OF tHE SPADE JODAY. and Davis was declared the As
winner. The artist waa born in .. .......5. :

Ph.tadetphlai' ; Dee* T, 1194 ani 4)' I h j jtr II$ e Offltlil: )'1I\IKtI.\ I A
.s- tore tl t It V V 1jHa'tdI 11 e Mgr IiYNG d ied June 24. 1 1 M. souvenir hcl .bearlns 1 a 50-cenl ____ .
his wok was termed,
with hew Although airmail sump' and puturmi n -
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abHtract "it. Davis did not likei limner in silhouette also will ftc
i N called an abatractlontal rrlrSMtl ,n the name time. ....... '" ,
I irthei infomiatiun aa lo f irntI "' 1 1
I I.,, stir And date u( .issuance has
The SMI ii/n Aiah Rrpuhlu
I ,. ''to i .us tee' been announced 11.-
issued cl t ol di' Post i .Older.1e Department putts s mosaic from Sibs, one. Ih aeM. sv.4adaa 1I_+ ,.;. khdt5Nr..o; I.,4a: ':el edl*' ."ll. ,
.>f ,the niaxiefpiete. recently ea ,,
a The Republic of China has cavated ftiwn that a..,.. The art I
ahd a new net two atampsting the lust icnuutesof
bath i
wac dates i><
r d I ,'ii,' 'Animal Protection'' the Ctumtian eat. address and the horn have the Hunt Jewel!. for this three bedroom .
a, ,'k ," report the *lld *,d.' .
S pt stela Agencv The design and two both horn' la a JI WEI.. It is located on the water
a ."uuuo0 i ,. to" both stamp shows a Costa Rim has Issued. seven Ideal for a boat nt jour bark door The view from the large Florida
( .\11,ese. rancher: cUaping i calf new elsrnpa tlxnrnetatrat.n. { the' room la typically Flnilda Thin home Is bright and airy and the lawn
,ICI., h., ,, "arms again! 5 Background meeting of prenideit held in is beautifully landscaped Dock and seawall are Included In the
San Jose in March I 19ft.*. Each
1w- "I i d spacious ranch and a miiuntuin -
4: : ;. village.Pif stamp beats a ,portrait ol a visiting price of only $21,500.00.
.ere preaidenl" .. Those rmrlravedare
rcmtory of Papua and NewCi the( 'late John .K, Kennedy of
I, n '; '?:ng th fi it Ip.dduh uf flirt are left t< right Mr I D. T Shearer ,nit,.a hat announced the re- the tinted StaleI I I.51(5( A. WESLEY C.
A ? Ii'' ,, II l Maiiuit >f Intet.r aunty. Mi R. S, fiiitti (,riffi.. In rv ignition| \ l 1'1.| ement of II ..f Ha "present Soinors of Nlcsragua; Rnbori i IChiuri W.dey I O. Downing
ten Mi E ,it Muck IP Prendcnt if Mackle Kr, and Mi C E .
I \ The new of Panama; IrunciKin. tOrhch
III, I"", f ,,,ulf:I 0'teh!, I Munaifn it the Iniei. -f,>unty Telephone. System deoign diliniiive will set atamps.feature cokwfutIHrde. .mr Casts Rica, C"I l Julio D OW N I N Realtors A Ear) L Fry
of Paradise" and Rower. A. Rivera, of II 1 S.lv.Ji,,; (!lei
Bird ol Papua and New Guinea.iavmg trill I ln|' Miguel I Ydigotan" F. ..t t Imo.
A COMMUNICA TION: CENTER;iTOMORROW... ..id'ft -_ TIM! present ,....w.-- Guatemri,1, !hr R.1IIIIn11I'd.* Mff I. ASSOCIATES0: #
.........,... -_ .. ., > Queen EXaaheth will N rt.......... A .,.ei.1 cache) 706 Slh Ave. So. Mf 2.2179 fitful B. fiurnham
retained It interesting\ W note'cover also waa Issued In memwy
thai the male and female nf the of President, Kennedy; features Jack Love; Jr.
species will appear on each of s memurial photof the "laM
the miamiwI President" .
. .
.. \ I Likens. will issue a act of hi-
ilmrd mumps in commemorate
lie. l IMth \\.1 IJ 1 Olympic: ()aRlr"
i? he held in Tokyo. The 10
i ml "", w. Mmnl Fault' and the
Olympic ivmholii. The 13 cent
depict Japanese ToeD, the
OKmpu I lame and the aymHols.
I the -i tent features cherry Happiness is. .
,i 1,".,mix, the Olympic Stadium

Above i 10 the arihiteil, ketch uf the new Mario Island exrhanur office ,

The: tuntfoc of the spade thin pant week on Marco t .
Inland wa M niffnifirant event fur both Collier }
Cenntjr and the Inter-County Telephone System Fiiu '

for Collier COunty u I meant another giant step forward .
of the Marco Islnml project by the Mare I*.
land Development ('ut'|> ration. and another boost to
the growing. economy of this fabulous section of South s '
west Florida. cxjory_

For inter-Countl, I it mark the beginning of the'
System's thirty-first eirhanire whirh U more evidence Old Faithful, geyser one of
that wherever and whenever telephone servtre la
than 10.000 hot
more tprlnftin
nettled Inter.County will be there to provide It. Yellowstone NationalPark

\Ve. of later-County, invite you to watch with UI aa erupts every 64 5 nilrv 1r
die cMstnKtNM ol this newest addition to the grew urea to height avenrlnf ,. r l ,seat
lap family of communication centers keep" pace with ISO feet in altitude. Each y
die necda of Marco Iiland -- eruption lasts between two
p/alfo, and a half and five mlnuteg
d nny and discharges I between
INTER COUNTY 10.000 and 12.(WO gallons of
water Cenhenry D Wa,rv w'AlltrI4h
burn named Old Faithful In

Telephone System 1870
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Multiplying the average cost. whICh Is about $1,900 But Wit" a tytteroatk) : "' program It Naples
GOLDWATER for PRESIDENT per year, by four, you can te* your child will need Federal yot* wWI make ewe your ehWd receives one of
no lest than tfora complete college ..duc.tiofthe greatttt gift you can give a college education.

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Pictured In the modern prescription department of Liggett's Drugs
is Don Domkowskl, pharmacist and owner of the drug store Don ,4 A. ttW
Liggett Drug Store has two full time pharmacists and one of the r
South's most modern and completely stocked prescription departments
AI Kinsley is the other registered pharmacist on duty to serve your
personal needs. Don's Liggett Rexall Drug Store is located in the A i I
Naples Shopping Center and features a full time free delivery service

The phone number is 2-2136. : ,
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C 1 ,y Y k'Ven The Gallery, at 353 5th Avenue South, has been
the scene of much activity here in the past few
days, as Mary Helen Watkins has been busy unpacking -
f ', boxes of beautiful items in connection
with The Galleiy's reopening, Greeting cards,
linens, glassware, dinner ware, flat ware, gifts,
table accessories, and bath accessories are but
a few of the attractive items you'll find featured ,
at The Gallery this season ..t

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:Stott. guarantees s food lawn or your money back," rye genial Bob Llndabury
of Corbln-Llndibur* Garden Center, II lit points out the big aavlnga on Scotia
Turf Builder now being offered at hi. popular garden center "That's a guarantee
t can't beat," Bob continued, "and at for the apecitl) reduced prices on Turf
I Builder, we hope til our old friends and new, and newcomers, too, will take advantage .
of this price alaihing .nnt" Corbin.Lindabury I. at 410 10lh St South, ",
Naples phoM MI 2.2440. Open 7.30 am. to 11:30: pm. Mon thru Sat.

' Naples finest display of small appliances and radios are shown by k' ,
J Orion Bigley who manages Bigley's in the Naples Shopping Center.
The store features a complete line of small appliances such as Sunbeam .
e J'oaatm8ltert Dominion. Also pictured are the new models of
RCA Whirlpool, Washers and Dryers as well as RCA and
Zenith portable radios and television sets, The Biglevs invite you
to see the all new merchandise now being featured in their shopping 1 i.

center store.Dick 111, is

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As swamp buggy weekend draws closer, pretty .
Cherry Chickering, "Miss Betty's, Inc waits like
other candidates, for the fun to begin. Meanwhileshe's
seen at Betty's looking over some of the t. 4 t 1
very attractive new fall arrivals in sweaters and
skirts. Cherry wears a handsome led three piece
ensemble of oilon knit, with black sweater braid
.ip from Betty's fall selection All three pieces have
bonded linings for excellent fit and long reten-
tion of their beauty. Betty's, Inc, a favorite spot
for feminine fashions in Naples, is located at
589 Fifth Avenue South Alexander's Dept Store Lucy and Jess Alexander Clothing for
the entire family Shoes (Women's, Men's and Children's) Men's
Wear. Infant's Wear Linens, Women's Wear, (Dresses, Robes, Lingerie
), Work clothing You will always find Quality Merchandiseat
popular prices.

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Kaverman, now associated with Kepp's Men's Shop, is seen unpacking
their new Fall selection of Palm Beach sport coats They are pct
available In a variety of patterns and styles In beautiful Dacron and t E F w = r
wool blends. You're invited to come in and put your new sport coat on w.r-- r
layaway at Kepp's Men's Shop, 752 5th Avenue South. rKh

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Hunting anyone' Or would you prefer football for fall* Mama gets
Mr Frank Korom of General Electronics tnc A lesson in good fail sportsmanship while Papa directs. Pat Turley,
of his hi fi stereo'
shows Mrs, Nancy Keen one new -
our charming lady hunter in hunting coat, football helmet and complete -
sets which he s just received Mrs. Keen agrees with gun is helping her husband, Turk at the Western Auto
Shown above Is At) Davis, manager of Sunshine Hardware accepting with Mr Korom that it's one of the most beautiful Store unpack merchandise and get ready for their big fall sale which
60 books of Sunshine atamps from Durwood Salter clerk of the Naples that Fmerton has created yet Its just one from kicks off in the middle of this week Why the football helmet It
4> V Church of God, 1074 10th St North in payment in full for a Sarlo nvel i 100 portables, consoles, and color TV'swhuh she miss with the gun, she'll tackle the target, Pat says. Your
.- > Mower. Members of the church saved the Sunshine stamps The General) Electronics, Ine has In stock attia.a Naples Western Auto Store is located at 616 5th Avenue SouthI .
Sarlo Mower retails for $14995. ; uth Avenue South.

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