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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Weather Outlook 1.\;, t TIDES


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with Mme leeeM heavy tow t. bt N Oct. U 457: a til 141
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u..i.. lednesday. Small waft I .tflbfl' ledge
should remain in port or pttctdwatrra. It

1964 8 PAGES 10 CENTS 4l.t YEAR NUMBER 57
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, .
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MIAMI (AP) TroplcU Storm Havana newspaper Ho> ald the to deal with arty storm emer
shell, rapidly winding up to tobacco crop already may have par,.
hurricane force, approached been damaged A Weather Bureau advisory at
western Cuba today on a course Short wave Cuban broad. 11 ..m. (EST) placed the storm .
that threatened the Florida casts monitored ID Miami said center 40 miles south of Tuba's
1 coast. Castro's militia had been placedon western lip The Cuban Weather
Chief Storm forecaster Cor alert along the south coast Bureau, twd hours earlier, had
don Dunn of the Miami Weather reported It Just S7 miles off the I
Bureau said the storm would coast. sow
cross Cuba's western tip 16YearOldLoses The Miami Weather Bureau
emerge Into the southeastern said the center was near lati.
Gull of Mexico a few hours 1.1.r \. License tude tl.3 north, longitude 84,5

midnight, and reach hurricane .
west."Any
Intensity early Wednesday. storm la this position at.
Then, hi said, it will curve For Six Months ways la a threat to South Flor. M
% more to the eastward on a track Ida," Dunn said
Lrii toward Florida In Juvenile Court Monday, "We cant tell now, however,
Cuba' National Observatory Judge Richard M. Stanley sus exactly In what direction It la
Issued hurricane warnings for pended a I6.year.old boy's drlv moving (because of the tack of
Cuba's westernmost Plea Del trig privileges for sis months. plane reconnaissance)."
ALGAT Rio Province and as far east The youthful driver, at the Highest winds were estimatedat HM
Assistant Chief ward as Havana. wheel of a car he had had for 60 miles an hour around an

East Naples Fire Departmer American forecasters were only two the day.speed, apparently limit ot ex.ceeddd 85. (Continued en page I) BEAtTlES cftmpfllirnlnjt 1\1 cnndUlatoa, tar fcwnmp Hutrin 1 (llll'I'11\\ UK' nuns.
Caatro'areluctance
handicapped by Fidel than candidates. mid duet HA cuurr to art MXIIot< ,
miles an hour on a stale sec.ondary plentiful presidential
"Shining shoes it NaryTowNewport to allow Hurricane U. 8. planesIn run. road and lost control. Each of these beauties hat pinmlnrd n "(IpM KIJW! if rlntnl t. I Frn'< loft

RJH at 10 cents per lira his were territory.Mayans 60 miles away The car aklJded eo feet side Rogers art : Martha Groan Fran Simpson (kneHinjr) Sii/i; shine' from the Communist dictator ways, flipped and flew through Deputy Susan Uallaid, Penny Salmon Chfirv ChUhriintr. and Ptjrjrv 11M'\|
.hlp and the storm was closer the air 11 feet, skidded aide.ways (CNKWS) photo)
121 fe flipped again, In
than that to the coast. more Cites Jump
ill fert be.
and skidded another
off
"The low pressure area
the southwest coast of Cuba has fore coming to rest on Its side. Juvenile Cases fear-End G alSetGator
become disturbance of great Trooper Ed Crawford estlmaUed
the youth'a speed at 71 milts
thst't' force," the Cuban observatory
? an hour It was brought out that Speaking beforeSt Ann's Home

said.Cuba, bit by hurricanes Cleo the boy's. parents had told him and School AlaocIaUmllit night. Rights-Of-Way
Alley
not to drive over 45 and not said
and Hilda earlier this Mason,at. Deputy Sheriff John Rogers
ready has suffered great crop to carry passengers. There were Naples and CoUltr County have
and property damage. For the others In the car at the time, three tenths of one per cent Juvenile
f

II. caused past three bj .days l* el, heavy may rains tare .however."In light,a'F. hil J am (vsnend.ContiBt4 ..*U 'nsI delinquency rate si slightly rate against less Started By ""''." -

caused further d.v itatlon The ( cm page I) than one per cent, and "most Action County
of these (local) children are re* .
habilitated" he said. ,r
*. ed ai this morning's session that have already staled Intentions of
H. B. Watkins Jr. Rogers told the meeting that The County Commission, an ., rat..r'. ..u.
I tone to complete acquisition of loyal advert!sin] of Intention to securing the ,,)
through September at this year rtghtr.d.way for Alligator Alley Issue "ordersof taking"\be start mates, but have nod yet cmnplvt
there were 111 eases rf juvenile ad.edtnthebandecf
ell to get
r direct ed at once. stops
by the end of the year,
delinquency locally while there The action was taken to speedup the County Commission, will
Award Choice were 111 cases during all of preliminary work In order 11\1 Included an the arUlln
Jaycee 1963 and only 59 cases In all County VotersTo nut to delay letting of construe M was panted out, however
of 1W. Sheriff Rogers laid lion contracts which will follow that at any time transactions
the Increasing delinquency rate Ballot From and tie deed !slot
named after the first i4 the new year. are cmntloted
have and -
MRS GLEN M. ROAN Naples Jaycee ontheColllerCountyChlldren'i to "the breaking down of the County Engineer Harmon Turn the haiHls of the county, court
B. Wttklns Jr. as local! Committee. He U an Distant Points
Teacher Naples Senior Hlgi Henry home. er reported to the Commission action can t. dr winner of the Jaycee good government active member of the ExchangeClub There are II children on pro Voting In Collier County Is thai property owners along the All rl.t4sx>(.wsy for the 17.
-I wu a model at Rich'. award and presentation a former school trustee ballon now in Collier County. beginning to lake on an Inter route hulling' out for damageshad mile stretch In Drvward Coun.t .
In Atlanta at a college di' of the sward will be a take Park PTA officer sislsttra Rogers reported 10 white wool national flavor according toSupervisor been notified U the county ) have bean ul4alned and a cun
event. I was It and the ply made in the near future. manager of a Urtle one colored. "There Is a much of Registration Kdna hired aiipralser's figures tie tract let tar eflftltrllCU/JII. A con.
WU $S. Announcement of the award League baseball team and lower Incidence of delinquency Santa. said, a number of returns recelv tract for 10""\ miles west of
winner was made by Glenn. films Naples High School among Spanish and colored than Absentee ballots hare been sent ed at his office Indicated that a Highway Ut In Collier Countyhas
t Shuart, chairman of the Jaycee football among the whites," Sheriff to local wheren Japan Bal, few owners were willing, to set. beer let and work will start
games and Hawaii she/ said. at..rtl neur..,but Immediately..
god-goveromem award "The Junior Chamber Rogers said, "because familiesare tie at the aw'
committee Other committee Naples closer knit untie Mom Of course, Collier Countlans others were not satisfied, and Deeds for much of the remain
end of Commerce Is proud to 1s the authority while In white serving In the Armed Forces are some Indicated the sniralser's ing 40A miles of rUNs" rf.wsy
e members were JackSlottag present Mr. Watkins as our families there often Is divided spread all over the world but estimate should be doubled III Collier County !have been ac.
Chris Winkler Last year'swinner nominee for this outstanding authority between Mom and Dad Mrs. Santa says they are sent (tee owner noting appraiser's quired and tile sctl'm taken by
was Naples councilman award ingod govemnenr"the and unfortunately homegrown ball< e no matter how far or how estimate $1170 per sere said the Commission this morning
Joel Kuperberg. report concludes. conflict" remote their duty stations.AJU he would settle at II\SO per acre, Is' lo speed completion of the k*
Watldns name Is being tub and could< pt friends and neigh
It' mined to the state Jaycee organization hors with property near, his along
r which will honor the rwse to settle at the same Crime Lab I Saves
five of the more than 130 local Th-Im figure. The Communion aaw this
winners around Florida state I Ii as an ""Momleal/ way out. but 1 Football Tickets
good-government award win i ____ County Attorney; James ltAdams DIRMI1GHAM! Ala. (AP) -
hope- pUnted ut It would nut be legal Cla...kt Morale goes s long way
here are
ners. Jaycees
It appeared, the Slate Rood la ...* his bxithtill lira** -
ful Watkins will be one of the
11 aR Departninl will permit the Com even to the slate rime labors
five when the state swards areannounced ,
mlsai, i," raise the appraiser's lory.
a
at the state Jaycee estlmt.! ". only five per cent When lire destroyed the Lain.'en .
conference In Sarasota November ''i i1 "W The ,'tlon taken this nwrn. MjnuUHnrinf and Equip.:
1
14. lag, It xarepealedl/polnledoul, merit Co last week, where Uor.rt .
I Henry B. Watkins Jr. "taj was r to put preaaure on the are .manager, rt si ood Mroyed
many qualifications and accomplishments iJFidf proper* owners but lo take tow. iirkris" and badly charred
which qualify steps > meet all II legal require >0 others to this weekend's An.tmrn .
1 aloft advertising, to permit .Oeorfta Tacit game Ut
HAROLD HARDESTT him for this award, the corn- ,
MRS.
Court lime tor Birmintti.m.. .
time r a hearing,
mine stated.
Housewife report the '." ,1 10 appoint an apprals.> Teats were used to determine
Vatklns Is
The said
report sw xl er 1/1'1 i time for the appraisal the teal umbers and today the
"At the age of about 12 I a strong advocate of the man 1 to ben 4e. ekes is preparing' duplkat.lick.
Started baby sitting at 25 cent ager-council form el government gem property owners who ....
per hour Now fro doing It for and It noted that at the
less pay" spring election he wu choaen

to the School Board. J 1

KET WORKER J+ ( ,' I. i

Watkins served as member
of the Board of County Commissioners

from 19S to 1963,
and for two years was L',chair a
man. As a eommUslontr he
"''11 Instrumental: In having
Collier County adopt the unifiedcowry
code: and ntsequemry
having the code passed by the

state legislature," the report
'
said. -This U .the. only uni b

Oed county code fci the! state. ri
At least 20 other Counties bi

Florida are complete. pans

4 to adopt unified ewary codes.' .,.... ee t1"ti .
Watkins belongs terhecoonrvplanning \t IN.'f'
'"1 board. Na; d conIng /' ', reu. ,e4 Kiel

board an) scaring PPK ceeaetseUitee'wirfteetLIBRARY

board and to a director of die disc "lag.
:
y Naples Civic Association: and -1M.M1 J.Nenua
East Naples Civic Association,

MJUTHEUHmcaCky.OUA.: He has served chairman of ,
the local cancer society and T
fVlshtng Mrs, Hard t1) president of the NapteJ board 1 ;. 'o R J t ll Ito. '
.. :: ,
f
of Realtor. \\ ." It; c A 'I '1 I f.. IIOJ r a T ,. l'S.19' ; e !" .
Farther the repoaids, r
1roe4 mj first doUar 54p I .. .\
r<< moat.
dt i
II'll. "
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for Kolx Ct a
'. Watkins to local cfcalr-aa i\\t. i I '
a jelf getrfng .. D4'III'/ "II', ('luh! I I: qunw'hall t : i l
aadii '
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New Fidel Plans Chaos In CubaIf


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Reds Orbit Three He Falls, Sister Warns


MIAMI ,AP) _- JuMSita CM. from Castro-Communism four
) \ tro, charging her brother Fidel months ago, said the time is

In : has a "sinister plan" to "con ripe to topple the regime.She .
Space Over 24 .de sect Cuba into chant" if befalls, devoted most of Mondayto

of Insur. conferred in Miami today with conferences with antlCastroheads.

wAter exile leaders seeking to hasten She urged them to coor.

MOSCOW (AP) The SovietUnion's Union In June IDea industn. his overthrow.The dinate efforts.
three-man space ship and 11 orbits. to House Cuban dldltor'.lIIlterdeo "The people of Cuba are. .
Western the <<>m. very ripe for definite action "
the world's first to carry mwr sources clared in an Interview that Castro ,
than one astronaut in orbit, ly .agreed that the to make It and brother Raul, armed she said. "'What we need Is for

landed safely today after oj 3R. had acMeyed a sewage! or forces minister,"have said more the Cubans who are organizedhere

plating 18 trips around the earlfe into space. mat. than once that nothing would be in different groups to join

In 24 hours and 17 minutes, an The only for a left standing that all the build forces and go Into Cuba."

official announcement said. ed States, hopes the 4 Sags will be dynamited destroy. The chestnut haired 82-year.

The program of scientific two.man capsule against ed." old Cuban-four years younger

research, designed for 24 hours Gemini series Miss Castro who defected than the prime minister-said 95

of flight was accomplished in The Russians under the .per cent of the Cuban people,
In
full, said the official announceCmint. new rocket "including militiamen and mem.
hers of the Army itself'"
are
did not
It added that the doctor, but tried to 6 Dead As against her brother's regime.
In "Their
total and absolute help
and
dentist engineer aboard
Conser. can be counted upon at the de.
the apace ship Voskhod Sun.
rise conducted observations"directly the law Plane CrashesIn delve moment. Miss Castro be.

In outer space." the com. came suspicious of her brother

The Soviet news agency Ties &r ... : when he dismissed Manuel Ur.
effec. a. .. EvergladesANDYTOWN rutla
aid all three men "are feeling .. as president In June 1939.
well." of "This Is hard for me to say,

The capsule had completed IS land urTh wreckale but I have compared Mm with

circles of the earth when Its to Clf a light plane and the crushed Stalin himself in his way of do.

commander Col. Vladimir County will be bodies of Its six occupants were log," she said.
,
Komarov, was ordered to Lander appeared commit. found by an aliboat rider yesterday She said other Latin American

switchon braking devices, mission and in an Everglades iwamp. governments should be alert, for
Tass reported. "something ntw" by Rep. The plane!, which vanished on a the Castro regime "would not

Coup flight from Naples to Hollywood hesitate a minute in carrying out
Tars emphasized that only a In the sugar of
24-hour flight had been planned, the Agriculture prohibit r had plunged Into three feet Its subversive plan on the entire

but other Indications caused Conservation or canal swamp water. hemisphere."

speculation that the trip had planning two In. Dead were Ernie Oir, 37. ol Miss Castro said she will return *
the State the pilot; Earl Leslie.' this week to Mexico her
ended far short of the originally Jacksonville and Mlramar, ,
scheduled: time. vllle within the had 44, a Hollywood real estate brok home in exile. She said she

Tass reported "from thespace It advised that er, and two couples from Keno hopes to return to the United

flight control post" that mittee which has require aha WIs., Mr. and Mrs David States to live.
..be M. Richards and Mr. and Mrs
the space ship descended trying to get a
through dense clouds when It Collier might be water Elmer M. Nelson.

plunged out of orbit. Planes and questioning and Leslie! had taken the two couples

helicopters circled in the land. he sought that one to Naples lo m>pI'<'I fioldrn
15 mil.
Ing area. called. His Gate Eitale and I lie plAne City

At 10:57!! a.m. Moscow time, granted by the Florida. into t e wN crashed on the irtuin filth!: !Net-

2s57 a.m. EST, 10 minutes after ell son, a 63-year-old mechanic, and

landing, pilots reported "The prohibited dump. his wife, Julia, had planned to retii -

object is visible on the ground The Commission In Florida next year. CourtStacy
and other
well visible, and the losmo. of $10,500!! for The plane disappeared after

nauti, three, beside it. They art held by the taking off from Naples about 6:45
stop Although It was radio Lee, 29, of 707121hAv1e.
market
walking about, walking brisk. p m. Sunday.
I)." alee. It was for "hard de qulpped. no distress message nut South, was fined $60 In MunJ.

Scientists, engineers and cos. 47 In block 52. In. was received. It apparently clpal Court Monday for reckless1

raonautl at the control post submitted by notbrok. crashed In a ralnntorm brewedby driving
treat depression In Ihe The arresting officer said the
embraced and congratulatedeach Johnston. the tropical
in defendant was driving in an er
Sea.
other, Vase said. Caribbean
discharge ,, .e Find Wiwknr ratlc manner on U. S. 41 and
The announcement of the arW w .
space ship's purpose, made The Commission William Abenmi of Fort Ladder- crossed over the center line nine
Unit of that Flor. dale had Into the swamp to times within 10 blocks The case
after It was launched Monday Attorney gone
from a "cosmodrome" 1,230! the future close program PROGRESS ON NEW BUILDING In downtown Naples is shown by search for four persons mltslng was described as a "borderline

miles southeast of Moscow, said by the County Include these two pictures. Above, the third floor of the new Inter-County In two airboats when he accidentally DWL" where In the officer's

It would study medical reactions lar ....Ion. I' .storage Telephone building is rapidly rising: above Fifth Avenue II, L, Long came across the wreckage opinion, the driver had been
during "a How been closed the of the plane a single! "pgne! Cess drinking but not enough to war.
long night. long of Fort Myers and C. A. Tuell of Naples are the contractors. Likewise rant a drlving.whtle-lntoxlcated

was never stated. meeting and this' the new addition to the First National Bank of Naples which will approximately na. alrboat occupantswere charge,
to confualon. The musing
Informed
the highly sources ellptlcal had orbit pointedout of double its floor space is being rapidly closed in. F. B. found safe later In the day At this court session, guilty

the craft ranging from 110 to Schreck is the general contractor. (NEWS photos) sitting on a dike near a remote pleas were accepted and sen.

2S3!! miles above the earth as County !: .. ( 1)) Florida flood control dlitrtct station tences passed. A number of

Indicating it could not stay up ported that the .. for six- ----- near Terrytown in Palm defendants pleaded not guilty and
be tried next
too long part merit was Per. Beach County. their cases will

The record for a slngle.man from Tallahassee Council The four Richard Matheny Monday.
their 11.
pace ship, set by U. Col. Val. sing work on a or revok. ProgressivesGiven Charges LBJ 21; his son James, S; 0. T. Hilton Leonard Burton Glbney, 34, Or.
and Thelmar HInkel lando, and James Joseph Borders
SO
cry r, Bykovsky of the Soviet the North Trail 10-day jail
children attending : were reported missing when they! 41, Tampa, each were fined
.ementary School. 1ef.tl.e'S' age, he failed to return from a flihlng |:25 by Judge\ Harold S. Smith

be done by Boost By PopeVATICAN Neglects Job trip Sunday. for selling insurance'' without a

will not be The! plane wreckage lay In underbrush city license. They told the Judge

and this it was so dense only ahanow such a license has been obtain.ed .
LBJ Plans not worth CITY (APPope they called 'the gravest crisis"of ,
should draft airboat could reach the since the arrests were made.
meeting a 13.year.! ;Paul VI has acted In favor of
lion to start the entire council. For PoliticsTOPEKA scene It cranhed not far fromwell Mary Gwendolyn Burrow, 30,
..
found |progressives at the Vatican fear that the for
next week. The They expressed -traveled US. Highway 27. East Naples, was fined $23
will extend about and light :I Ecumenical Council in a critical coordinating commission and unnoticed In the! storm. running a stop sign Casper Mil
Kan. CAP) Sen.
-
Torrid PaceUntil the Trail and 18-year. I struggle with conservatives, the council presidency, largely Barry Goldwater, charged today Orr, a Cessna de.tl'r'aa employed ton Townsend Sr., East Naples,
Miami, i I an official source said today.
by secondary In staffed by conservative Church that President Johnson Is by Leslie! several! days ago paid $25!! for careless driving.
funds. The source Dr. Canton administrators from the Vatican his neg. to fly prospects to Gulf American Ltdlo Rives, 39!!, of 1174 Broad
It was i Cruiat, head of the press officeof curia, plan to alter council ac. letting duties for "fulUlmepoliticking" lAnd Coip. developments. on the! Avenue North was fined $29!! for

il Nov. 3By case In i I the Latin-American Eplsco. lion already taken on religious Into that "turns" Sunday We t Cast 1 lit, regular pilot. driving SO miles an hour In a 25
campaign chaos
The .. weeks. |pate (Celam) said the Pope liberty, the Jews and the sharing The James B. Foster, "' a* mil availshir zone Richard Stanton Demere,
Republican
resignation of the boy I I had overruled conservative aU of papal-eplscopal Dower. nominee referred to presidential Orr war a veteran! of 1,500 21, of 3180 Davis, paid $20 on a.,
CORMIER a campaign
FRANK them that i I tempts to water down or block
They also said "traditionalist hour flying time In single engine speeding charge
WASHINGTON (AP) President ., assistant county If they ,council action on the Jews, r.. elements" trip Sunday by Johnson that .
want to end the In
coun. plane and :.VX1\ hours mule engine
Johnson elated over the i, or and authorized: county :Uglous liberty, shared papal Included a visit to a church In
rll
quickly so as to leave unde. craft.North COMING UP
results of his first fulUscali i I partment Head a s hema on such modern Eight defendants will be tried
campaign trip, says he will I, appoint C. L. of a mo. 'world problems such u birth world problems hometown.
as overpopula. next Monday They are as fol.
maintain a torrid pace until the i I the vacancy prtv. ,control. Goldwater laid the President
tlon and birth
control. lows Laban Barnes LeBuff, 26,
had "visited church
NovJLftlectlon.UTnot after Fifteen prominent cardinals after Naples
Pope John XXIII had faced a of I02J!! Eighth Avenue North
church and after in
that Johnson fear I his all progressive, petitioned the hug city city apolitical
defeat. But he makes clear h e, Clemmer, with lights. Pope on Sunday to Intervene to clash progressive from the conservative travesty of the Lord's Fire Department disorderly' conduct) James
very first week Franklin Thompson Fort Myers,
doesn't want to leave snythlto rig; of building and the most what the Celam press office of the day.
council in
1982. ActivityThe disorderly conduct and bare
Joseph Reports as.
chance and big crowd i; from the can be on called "the gravest crisis since After a quirk flight here from
Cardinal Fringe< of West Germa.ny sault Russell Allan 31 of
prove a pow.rIuIlur. for him. was given a boost the Judge 'the council started.1* was one of the Phoenix to open a new week of ; Gay, ,
The President returned t ".800 by the site, The progressives complainedthat progressive campaigning, the Arizona sena. North Naples Fire De. 883 Ninth Avenue South, running
ft nthis, morning leaders !then who Insisted that tor renewed his demands that partment answered 33 fire calls stop sign and no valid driver's
Washington early today not eas. I leading conseryativeslWere ,
the 12 council commissions be during the first license Donald Gene Kerr 35
to nine months of ; ,
Idaho last ilL, less have Johnson agree a televised
Boise stop on a seeking to a
fU.ed; by a vote of all 2,500 oun debate this year, 29 of them brush and East Naples, carrying concealedweapon
day, 10,000.mlle campaign trlj he said. 'I draft declaration on the Jews
: XB70A ell members, rejecting a ..Iat.pack.d fires and being
the grass three house fires accessory to
through IS states from shore t< came reduced to a single paragraph. "If man who now occupiesthe ,
with conservatives that and one car tire.Accordln assault and battery Charles Bert
Mlilte House wants to be ;
shore. week on -Were trying to transfer the
Gets New the council directorate tried to to Fire Chief John Schultz, 51, East Naples assault
He will be hitting the trail I I of.alwhol ;revision of a draft declarationon more of a full-time Pre.ld.ntbet..n ( ,
rush Into office now and election day Shaft the fire department was and battery; John Francis Hayes,
,
agaliu" Wednesday for two day EDWARDS Juvenile i religious liberty from the
Cardinal Frlngs was host to able 42 Miami .
to all drunk
save three houses and disorderly
In Pie L Calif. AP 8 I Christian there Is away, Goldwaier
Jersey, Pennsylvanli BASE!:, ( ) a largely progressive .
Sunday's meeting of the pro.gresslves. said with a minimum of damage.Several ; John Charles Schubert, 22,
and New York. Al White put the ) school 'I unity secretariat to a special 1123
After that he'll be off for Ohio, through its paces .. committee of mostly conserva. the The way, he said. Is a nation. of the brush and graas of Mllano, careless driving
During council's second fires came close to and John Vickers 31 McDonaldQuarters
then, Texas and, very likely, hitting speeds in 1' John Rog.I I live cardinals. session last ally televised debate that "couldbe dwellings"and ,
year, the progies. It was only the quick petty lar-
ac.
eny.
taped so as to avoid the
other Western slates.IThiJoii1. mile an hour -Were moving to change a
sire element emerged far mak. lion of the firemen using the Walter Thomas Wood 20 of
$9,000 feet It drove I text on shared papalpUcopal possibility of Mr. Johnson ,
stronger In numbers than Us modern and latest fire fighting 1883 Jefferson tine
I mistake that paid $25
for the troubles> told not ]power by deleting the word ing a might jeopardize
bishops had realized. But the that saved for
national ae urltjr." equipment the homes, careless driving and fol.
venial ship. alned one. "full" from a reference that
; conservatives have retained a spokesman said. lowing too .
"
Goldwater added 8 could closely. James Walk.er
.
White told i disobey. :Bishops had such "full and a ,
*
sure the IBS-foot! 1 and re. power." their strength\ In the council be done at a time and place of Chief Snuff said that most of 61, of 414 15th! Avenue South,
prem.
i
administration aa well as la the the and brush fires paid $20 for
will reach its was com. -Were attempting to put off his choosing, so as to permithim grass are failing to yield at
BIG 10DAYOR1GINA1 mum altitude d I for Pope Paul has said repeatedly ." trash and leaves fires and 32, of 2032 First Street South
,
top speed of $, schema I in the Roman Catholic
j Church in the modern world. that he Intends to continue the Topeka was the first atop in a leave before they are entirelyout. was fined $20fordrlvtng43miles

On all four points Cruia coun u the way Pope John envl. new week of campaigning tot. "If those who must burn," an hour along Fifth Avenue South
toned It, as a means of Chief Shun said "would hose where the
IMMEDIATE ) said, the Pope agreed with the renew. lowed by a visit to Des Moines speed limit is 25.!
progressive viewpoint that log and streamlining Catholic and a night rally in Milwaukee. down after burning many of these Mary Llllle Roberts, 33,of 38513th

CMC !there should be no deviations Ism and to help further Chris The .senator In a televised fires could be eliminated" Street North paid $S fine
tics unity. said be The North Naples Fire Con. for passing a
from the course followed so far t Interview Monday night, no-passing cone.
j by the council and Its commit felt the "Bobby Baker case" trol District expects delivery of Sam Hoiloway, 38, McDonald
a second Unit of fire fighting Quarters
) Mrs i I sions. was hurting the Presided more received a suspended
WIJ'H else and that the equipment about January 1, a sentence lor falling to
report
be guest One of the 15 cardinals, Jo.leph State ForestersIn than anything
spokesman said. an cldent.
ticket was beginning
i I Cardinal Fringe Cologne, Republican
) lnal i I Germany arranged a meutlrg Final Session to draw more support from the case Sentence of Wattle was withheld la the

hospital'with Pope Paul to his in. MIAMI BEACH voters. Lou Webstek
urge APThe
( water said "We face ftUUlmeresponsibilities 41, Fort ent.red"
"Our polls that we saw SUB. Wytri' Who
) I(t ". Florida Foresters Aasoc..tianwent
S1ARTS THURSDAY' / Kennedy There .aa speculation hat Into final sessions Its fan day show us now over the 40 percent world funs around the guilty plea to a charge of teats m
ale lag the
challenges.But .
scene of
with. the Pope had invited the petition mark In almost everystate aa accident Ttt

t :)J O T. IS from the progressives awards meeting on today two man after interested conferring in ," ke said.lUier from not our once part-time do we hear President.of them judge formation requested additional I...
about
to the
The European, American and former secretary rircttmstaiW
Umber resources management.The "He gives a* handshakes ces of the
AMERICA'S GREATEST Latln.Ameriran cardinals petitioned association U the Senate's Democratic major. and case before he pasaf
o a d a y aaidouU. es sentence.Leo .
the Pope Sunday ni m$ Ity, once was a Johnson protege.He .
DRUG STORE EVENT Darned W.W. Bill) Hood dtarke "He
(
Jireti "
trifle! and Grant
kiss 7 ?
after they met to review what of the resigned last rear vhea us ., McDonald Quar.
forester
1- <" I: year. Hood super. wMe-nnglng financial actly""'"* !babies ratttthan directly nor, tars, received a suspended sen* ,
vises forestry operations op revealed. MreUiwlly.. He tarts Stovb/ tenee for assault and battery .
the cite of Camp Blending, lor- were Into s conditioned
HUNOUOS.1 Florida Goldwater said that the Issue da
I J leer National Guard most damaging to his campaign and the other days of the week Grant act having further rel.

Of I 11t1-1St4E PRICE NEW I I training been active reservation In association, and has at. was "the outright lie thai I am into day of rest -M far aa osr' lions wtta the persons be struck

trigger happy. foreign policy Is concerned.' Two case were given Iwo..* keontlBJaaaeest
2 fOROf 1 PLUS" sew r"'::'.:;: lairs "But I think that Is being Dealing with the crisis In \ George Barley

pEN tfll( ".. ....,... .... WHY RISK 'EM ? Robert Cody of Klssimaee, overcome by just people stopping Southeast Asia, Goldwater said, Combs, Naples\ minor la pat
who The
yl publishes Florida
I.. r: Cat. "wqulres more than a 10 esskM of alcohol and
a .. .. CUIQI to think that BO man ao tag
A.vtrti ...."-... ... Acct I NO RISK 'EM 1 tieaan, was cited for devoting par Minute stopover between street light oe als car; and Judith !1.
Nstitnilty 511' Ocularly go American
> --I' t ...... ,. .... space to that periodical to pro. Is ever carsvans." lea DtnabBrg
lot. ..... M 0.i going to push the button." Naples\ speeding.
Network Rptifl TtlwstMNAPUS I CALL MOW fO$ MT.. motion of good forest
..... w lr conserva. In his This was a reference to a Fay 8U1UDM of Fort Myers
Topeka
... .... speech Gold.
'Sun'" Nlwt,.,.,. IXMJir IIHVKtt non practices. brief meeting Johnson had Sao torfett $21 bond for running

READY day U Baa Francisco wttfe Pree. a stop sign, to three drunken.

ONLY NORISKCHEMICAL Went Dtosdado HacaBagal of sees ass, there was a boo
$ PIANO INSTRUCTION tile NlJpp....... forfeiture, a fine, and a tall

LUFF *,."M* CO. CVrtlfWJ Member MYNA A DMTXABfia I Johnson and alaeapagal eoa. ........ Aaulu Peres of Na.
Fifth Avenue Rexall .. I OJ' ffs te CeJWge PtvearateryDowatown ferred at leagtk earlier tat* picas paid $3J O e. Carl William

a. ,.,, ;; e..dln 421 Ninth 4..<* ..*" I MOMTN CUAIANTCt Su Phone MI Me* was U owe days -red
Tsewswry *. Ill MI 2.4148 Ann Weimef 2-3197k visa Washingta* > mate taree days Nay, gives for



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EWS By Margaret Johnson Welfare Clients

ass... :! 1.- . uM'vwv-TVAir ai mnMr. '- N Ra )I'1! allawan'es: for welfare
and Mr*. Bob Kerr spent Memphis Team,and plan to arrive <> \iiieiif.' .were Increased! last
a mon* In Lancaster. Onto, In Memo about the 18th. nee it the quarterly mwtlnp of
with Mrs. l Kerr's twh slater Maroo residents wish Midi t I'1&1': :'" Welfare Ass''<" num.rt ,. h t tr
Mrs. Jack Gardner. During the and Laura good luck on their is .i tlon\ lollowed a ti\, i 11 i tkes
visit the \ 1 ili" Collier Court H, ,,t'I ofomnnsitoners
temperature droppedto trip. A year ago we almost .
,,
,
3S degrees and Bob and lest diem when their car went in Ri
elfate fond 1111011.1"' HH
Jackie wen glad to return to Into a canal.
the good Mtrco sunshine. !Kelly Other Pon Marco residents r '''.
Wt t I"- i lorwdermllh I.i i '?r
Gantt report that fishing is expected to arrive soon are i s ihlt-et I committi'i t the
good and that the snook are bU- Clarence and Babs Stout !from i nR.a'i Fund had i i d\ theN
fag at his Motel Marco Dock. TbornvUle. Ohio and Clyde \ \ tnuket ol $\V II I n1 j he

Dewey Robinson Is visiting Wilson from Huntington Ind. 11,), an appeal ,h'i 'o intcorst
lift son PFC EmU Robinson at Lou and Betty Tarben spent the .1 i IMS) m the I 1I11t'd i Fundto.mtlin.

Ft. Betmlng.Ga..and his daughter weekend In Miami with their ," IN
Mrs. Justine Marco Pr. F. C. Lee, ii I list with
Leigh, and grandson, Meyer daughter .
i .> Collier Count !H tutu D.'Itntent *
her family at Columbus Ga. Betty Lou and her husband .
reported the miniM
Mrs. Leigh is teaching a fourth Pete Meyer. On hednesi1 ,!I oi hlldrtn boa 1: ,, treated
grade class at a school laPhenU Captain Lou fished with tester '
,, ,,1, the iroblems. AN''nt 4r< for
City Ala. and Robert Fletcher ol Cora: ont\ in "" 'Okll'l ipi",iitmciui'\ '
Mrs. Jackie Thompson and Gables and boated six reds, resulted in waste oi win.ii>l*
son Keith. Mrs. Dewey Robin- seven trout and their limit of time, he said. Some 200 iiul.
ion and Dennis Nash attended snook. f h >)1hJ.e been treated 1, .with\ 300

the Fon Myers Youth Rally Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowers uu3, tiul JOO extra, Ions.
held at Chokoloskee on Moo- and daughter Dianne have been The matter of area IxmiuUr. r..

day October 8. busy packing so the moving van A tov was. l resented hi Paul 1'k...
'
onlnlenda
Mrs. Regis Devlin of Miami can transport their "rnings"to \x tv ommlttH'r.
north
mi NWA IU\'I..e crest
U visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob their new home on Momlng- 4 "
ti Solatia Road (at atr,1I1)1\ ) 1
rUns at the Islander. On side Drive In North Naples.We r .at to the ring Hut between *

Monday, October 5, the G rU- will miss you Bob Gwen .' ,'Iand StE: couth to south. ____ -
flses and Mrs.Jean White spent and Deedee. Their Marco home .. border of Sertti 29: and
{ lIo'rl'f\1( XIIIAR11'1111)1'1'| | '' M I'
the day in Miami was purchased by Mr.and Mrs. the Gull. Thl 1' Is a
doing some next to '
( ,,, .. U -
II nttI t .1 i i lttip,' >.t Ii' ti> t'
shopping Lloyd Brown of Immokalee. The mall increase in arcs but *>.e
platl' 'In Iu. ,, tli. Floiula rt; A ii-ili;, 'r, '
Browns have a son and daughterand ",4 repreaert, tell populated secinn. i III ) InnUfa! I
STOCK UP to spend their week- TYPIfL. tlnr.\'J.\. T "r., ," ,,1' "I ( The recommendation was "l.lt,1 Ins I 11'I, ,1'k .It tit!\ .' Ho,u'Ii I' lub\ ->" at
plan l\ s, M ntl, >_ i.iri|, 'IMJuiiioi ,I'i'' \1. I tii I :, I i I' pl ,'_ xrfed: approval but requires a ( XE\VS! ph '
AI and Marie Benson! ends here at Marco and to stay
five spent ) HiKh :S>'hodl)( I us th i'; 'Lv, ri 1\ thl- r' lnul'. I I 1,1' tit an' second reading at the January _. I .. .
days in Miami on a shop- during the summer so they can Kath\ NIl'k.jlid I Ini ) to complx with change Tickets Now All this week "i 'I. ,
and the beach dm Dung \ ( i> Lalld1) bar i'll"" I 1'\\ n. I'nntul meeting
ping trip and returned to their be near the fishing ,, I tIt
in the ao Pon Marco home with their nation that they enjoy so much. Speaking Seventh Graders Average attendance ai the Fun the Bank of Ntples.the i i

wagon bulging with lumber of the beach... I hate to sayIt Time Nursery this fall was reported On Sale For National [Bank the Naples i ,'. .

new chairs and an sir-eodltlorher. but the South end from the Eighty Swing Partners At Learn The Life by Mra. Perry illS rhll. e ral Saving and Loan "Assoc i itlon ,.

Marie received a letter road to the tracking station is drew per day whit his an increase Florida PGA the Hospitality Shoi 1 >
from off. All the best shells Of 'Stone ARC'The month of
Mitch and Laura Cum being cut for the September the hospital and the .h>> '
mins. They are preparing to are down that way too. world of 10,000 years aewe 'I> There le a second Ian member Tlckm for the 10th annual the pro
leave their summer home in Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Outdoor Square Dance Here very different from the worl d employed now, iliac Ruth Yul... Florida I GA oolf Tournament at Series golf tickets course for the'

Culley and daughter,Party Kay, of May the student in Mri. Mrs. Eleanor DeWH.te reported went on advance sale this week Jouan ,
available '
visited Marco Sunday October Ray Castle has been engaged One of the winners was from feint Bray's seventh grade i t that Internal Revenue application by members the Napl,.Community are at tickets a .. -1-
Mental Health 4, and spent the day with their to call square dances for the Naples, the other from HI*lean. the Junior High School learn 1 forms for tan exemption werei Hospital Auxiliary. $3. Single day *
filed In July but approval hat fared tt II. The Naples am-
in developing unit on "Th advised
a "te an Mrd
early ,
friends. When asked what they Sunshine Shufflers next Saturday Following the main dance .
not been received for ther will shire UI
Stone Age. an yet munlty Hospital
Group Meets At thought of the "new: Marco 8 o'clock in the a buffet was served st Mrs. LJ. (,waltney. cllllrnlln
night at supper Men then Spent much of thel Day Nun,,}'. the proceeds of these doom 101 .
"and
they said they were not sure Shufflers' Hall. the Shufflers' Hall, and immediately of advance ticket sales,
time hunting wild animal., fish. The chairman, Dr. Franrta Pets Cooper, deieniin.
Wood HospitalThe what to think. The McCulleys: Castle will also be In Naplesfor after, dancing continuedfor inc in the stream and lake I, Ford, appointed the nominating get your ticket now.! The champion will be back t'', 'I' .
have purchased an eight-month the beginners class at 8 aeveral hours This after and making weapon Wome n committee tt follows Joe 8.1.I tourney will be held at the fend his title against a ...,,11 i ,
Council of the Mental old female miniature apricot o'clock Wednesday night in dance was featured by the collected wild fruits, berries I, v.a. Mrs E. C:. (ian(..., DavId teach (, huh' uciohe r through: field.

Health Associations serving G. poodle as a companion for their the Shuffiers' Hall. Sandy Steppers youngsters dancing various seeds, and drug rooti I, Chlrgwin, Mrs Perry and Mr*. 25.

Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital other poodle. Princess of Last Saturday's dance was attended in pajamas to qualify for all of which could be used fofoud. r c.storter. MMA rWI

in Arcadia held its fall meetingon Marco. by about 80 dancers and ."Idiot" badges.A These people had not lea: SPICIAIS
October 1 tube State Hospital. well over 200 spectators It show of hands of members ed t" grow crop and to rala Karl l Predmorc PERMANENT iiuaranttedFrem
livestock
The meeting was sponsored ENROLLMENT UP began at o'clock with doughnuts favored having a similar dance
by the ColllerCounty Mental The enrollment at the Tom- and coffee served to a delegation at least once a month throughout the These socIal are studies a few claaaes of the learne fad I Wins Promotiond tatladoi nS Ill upCermantui Xave let

Health Association and was mle Ba rfleld Elementary School from Miami who were the winter in the unit. Each section bulla BARNESVtLLE, GA, Karl .,
under the Chairmanship of E. has now increased to 40 with staying at the Stewart Motel Spectators are welcome to diorama depleting life dorm Lewis predmore the ton of Mr. $12.50
I ,
George Rogers of the local the addition of Paul \'bJ.taker, This was followed by dancingIn come and watch all the Sunshine this particular age In history'. and Mr*.It U P.E, 0 Predmore. Box 413 whosetddreat N*. : ,c._.".,,,.,."'.a"ah.".<"ee. wwluee., ...d i.*.y...M'tQ1V Ino ",.1, '
chapter.In Nancy Doxsee and Duane Cros- and around the motel pool. Shufflers' dances on Saturday ..:
plea, Fla hat Nan promotedto free.
"
addition to Rogertthe following by. Mrs. Dell Settles has twen- The main event outdoor night without charge and Mi Will .t. eMICINT CUT ass Mi' .uje. ..
an the rank of Private First ,,,t y.l i.H lit ..>."! ,U..n- istMe. ,, .r'4 "
directors and memberswere ty children In her first second dance at Graber1!Service Center the lame applies to the Sandy Cypress OES Ctas In the ROTC unit at Cordon 1.11. ,' "II"

present Mrs. George and third grade room and Principal got underway st 8 o'clock. Steppers who meet on Monday !Meets Thursday Military College WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
Rogers Mrs.Barbara Hendrix Nathan Crosby is teaching: It was broadcast over WNOG, nights at 7p.m. Vliltlng members Rank In the Cadet Corp at
Dr, and Mrs.. Franklin, 20 fourth, fifth and six graders.The with Guy Krumpley the mo- of other squire danceclubs Member of Cyproas Chapter. Gordon I* achieved by academic tar rm A.... .. we... MI 114)1
Earl M. Hodges. Dr. Louis winners in the Fire Prevention bile microphone. During the are invited toptnlclptte. No 236, order of lallt.m Slam, and military prof rest of the in.

Moore and Lloyd Hill. Rogers Poster Contest for the evening honorary membershippins The beginners class Wed will hold their regular month- dividual cadet .. .
Invited theadministrstorsoft.hospitals >> school wen Damaa Kirk firsts were presented Lori nastily evenings is now eloae4.to lynvetlng on Thursday\! tyjottti r r A Junior college, with i prep, r. .. : ', ';!
(fO 17 at I p.m In Masonic'Temple. department Gordon was found .M ..., *M ,.trsm .. vmiI -.
In the counties represented Christine Blckford,seconds and reins and Red Graber', those who hive never danced Pine Ridge. Pn..ntatlonof'.Th..e i ed In 11/2 and I* an Honor .1 wmi M... ,......... 41' "
to give their report on Ralph Elkins Jr.. third. The In addition to the Miami dancers before but those who hive had \vsyfarer," will be j feature. School with, t Senior ROTC I A,.""*. ....'" fnent MI S'ha

the present facilities available winners will receive ribbons two sets from the Knits some lessons In the past are _.curding ti> Mri Gertrud Cry. unit operated under the Depart u\ '
to mental patients and their and the school will receive a Cross club in Fort Myers and invited to join the class and I linn, ,, worthi malr, mont of the Army program MrVWMMWMWMrVMW v Mr
' plans for expansion In the near radio. two from the Fort Myers graduate with It. I

future. The reports given show Joe Whitsell. assistant county Square Dancers attended One ..

considerable progress in this agricultural agent and 4H square of Juniors from the Sandy Junior Women
area of Mental Health. Dr. leader with Mrs JjC.Brswnerassisting Steppers club of Naples was the

C.H. Adair State Hospital Superintendent held a meeting Friday center of attention The couple !Meet TomorrowThe

reported on the October 2, after school. from farthest away were the Junior Woman's Club win
sum of appropriated Powers from Pa
money by Lancaster I meet tt I p.m. Wednesday at
the Federal Government to improve Several dances were calledIn I the Old Cove Congress Inn restaurant *

the Hospital's Recreational Mrs. James Adams' which the spectators participated. I a club spokesman an.
Facilities. He thanked GeorgeHlle.fromHIa-I Bounces.
the members of the Mental Father Dies In leah, is experienced In directIng Speaker at the meeting will
Health Associations for their this sort of event, and the 1 be t county engineer Harmon Turn I

concern and effective help for Franklin, Tenn. dancers seemed to enjoy It. 'art w

the patients at the Hospital. Attractive door prizes, one

After the meeting Hill gave Attorney Jane Adam and a pitcher and goblet set, the Don Hanna In
daughters, Lynn and Anne, re.
s demonstration of his Volunteertomnfbuttonbycoev other a battery driven electric
turned Sunday night from Frank.
Ict Ing clock were donated by WNOG. Air Intercept
its, Tenn. where they were called.,
weekly Square Dance classes. Thursday by the death of Mr*. Control Course
I Twice a year volunteers of Adam father, William Lynch.:
j the local usociatfcngive birth Mr*. Adams who went to Ten.necsee Methodists Set CLYNCO.GA.FIfTNC-Nav.)

j deypertlesfortepatientswhor with them, will fly back Fellowship MeetThe Enagn: 'Don E. henna 'sot' oh i
r have their birthday during that tomorrow, Claude B. Henna of 1112 Lastiada
month. Soon Project Cheer, Besides Mrs. Adam, Lynch Fellowship Supper of the Lane, Naples, reported September
the collection of ChristmasGifts survived by his wife and one son. First Methodist Church with the 1'1. to the Naval Alt Tai i Maggic&Jiggs

; for patients will start Both Mr. and Mr. Lynch visitedat Aldersf Circle serving will meal Training Centei Glyn) ".
These are a few the Adam borne here lat win. be held Wednesday at echo p.m G*., to attend the Air Inter ei<
only
again. ter. In the church hall. All membersare Control ourse.
of the many valuable activities asked to covered
bring a
This course tea lies office! v:
of the Collier County Menial dish to man a station on the iroun-
Health Association an Agen- WilsonWord Feature of the event will be or on board ship and direct .t Cordially Invite You ALL To Attend

cy supported by your United bat been received here of special program by the two new tntreet4or aircraft to It* Uilet.
children' choirs and a filmstrip
Fund. .
the death of Mrs. Rosalie 0. WU.
Volunteers are needed and eon September 20 la her hone 'oe an Johnny 81n7*. AI the renter there are nine The Annual

are welcome to carry on this In Palm Beach. Mn. 'Wilson wasa officer and ten enlisted ''.iirse*
worthwhile work. Interested Instructed. These courses pr,
Anyone former resident of Naples and
should call Mrs.Elea- Is survived by a deter, Mrs Elliott Rawls Has vide personnel with bail ad

nore De Wilde at MI 2-4637. Charles Grease of Naptes.r' Part In ExerciseAir In van the ed and technique Specialized, ->t the lijtnlnf Air Republican Corned Beef & CabbageBUFFET

Traffic Control arid Combat lit
Assault II
for mat toe Center Oi.ral loot u '
OHT I JACIC&ONS.c.AHT' the maintenance and repair "'

NC Army PFC Elliott A. related comples equipment

;L7 Rah s, 21, whose wife and p<<- A graduate of indiana t'nuet
? lay at Bloorolnjtoo, inn. I ie e' and DANCE
rat> >, Mr. sad Mri. Clarence _
toned the Navy in m I 1X3II
W. KJW'.J, live In Goodland,
1 FII., and other members of the

11'' Mr Assault Division are October 15
Thursday -
scheduled to participate in

E .'rcise AIR ASSAULT u. Theme
n-iong field training nun'art.
r' selbe conduoted la the

ant rri->4uth-te tretofGeorjUNorm Carolina from Octo- BEACH CLUB HOTEL .;;

bet .4 to November 12.
.e division level exercise

are wit l cover 4.5 million

tc "s of prhately*owned land. Ai.it

The purpose of the field pro : BUFFET SERVED 6:30: 'TIL 9:00: P.M.
fete is to determine whetheredr

r .'fft In light aircraft caps- DANCING 9 UNTIL ?
.
bu UPS and new technology can t
be ployed' 10 Inprove bat* 1 W
tie-:' -nobUky and. combat elf -

c'twas( of U.J. ,round t AN IT COME TO THIS Tickets On Sale At Republican Headquarters
.
for' > She could be >#** .... '
l I. .i, an aircraft inechanlcwtr .
.iftriy1nCrtnCe.., or big fame hunter ""1' And Beach Club Hotel, $2.50
ants to '\l11d rrI"'IOJ"'JE",
wL; :.Jtrgo creative training Rut .... the i> ",,,"fif .
lo:, van j and support problems the t* wearing the rtes ,' .1 t Come Meet Y ..<' Candidates
dry field exercise.' net f atnlo eocnbirut II' I J. .

P "'.,arty stationed M Fen hat tI'&I Heated t,' n R.S. P.
Bon 'g. G*.. he enured die Mr llatcton ofr.: "t .

CLOSE CHECK ktt'e Dekersk C.* .. eteeee It Arr IrMaylMUP rfiorf Goodnun The t,. '

view eem ef .... eiftiktte H K kee e ..".... < :*s Hltfi. School. "lira
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READING OVER YOUR SHOULDER Here to Stay

O'Goldwaterites ,

efifert/ Neur :,5, ; 1 .v / Chicago Backing !indicates

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: BY BRUCE B10SSAT

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1964 is Jj Washington Correspondent
{ Newspaper Enterprise Asia
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I Just Vote For The Right CandidateRussell i# w :. UIICAdOR.chard : (NEAl:

Nixon Hood UP in the smoky ballroom packed to
) t the walls with people and shouted: 'Is this the Cook County
Kay of Tampa, a longtime Darkest Africa or in outer space All 11 t ta I know'"

friend and a writer of rare talent, turned they ask is your cooperation and support ,iil i Hegot a roaring response from the several thousand Cook

out the following column which tickledus in short your vote Give it and you can I i ountt Republican precinct captains "who were assembled
described b>' speaker after speaker as the most
meeting
pretty good. We think our readers rest assured no matter what the cost they : a enthusiastic part gathering Chicago had seen In decades

will enjoy it, too. will pay the bill and gladly, with your Y The tone and atmosphere of this meeting may hold conMderablo .
meaning for the future of the Republican .
money. Illinois but throughout the country. There were
"In an election year politicians go "They love their children and yours constant not just in ear-shattering reminders that the force In support

stark, staring mad. They will tell you and haven't a worry in the world about of Bam Goldwater will not silentl steal away to be heard

anything and promise anything to either the burden they might place on them or 1 I mm i no more if their hero is beaten by President Johnson.
the label on a magic button. Touch It,
Barn's tm it
get in office or stay in office what inflation will do to all of us as a III t t.i virtually' f'name Pfman' on the slate and county ticket did, and

"Desperate for any argument that result of their wild and reckless spend- the place exploded In furious sound.

might bring In a vote they scream, yell ing. They tell us the more we give, the .-.i-- -. ( 'it : I r .\ grumpy newsman' trying to record the speakers' words
the Democrats.
complained' Thex re acting as nutty as That'sthe
and their hair with frantic appeals.
tear the the
more we get, more we spend, w a\ the are at their meetings with their damned cowbells .
They are for everything and against nothing more we make and to hell with the cost 1 I and things Uu can't hear what they're saying"

unless it happens to be the candidate of living and the day of reckoning. Who During one outburst a woman In the front row glared alI
them .1 I covey ot reporters and hollered:
that
opposes cares about our children or our children'schildren.
whydon't clap Come
If \oure from the press you on
"They love the old folks God blessem They can spend themselvesinto i Up' You're not good Republicans':"

our noble senior citizens, makes no prosperity just like we did end laugh II
1 ,r-
difference whether they live In a $25,000a off the budget end national debt for '. A FtE i-1 1 THE :MOOII.VS RK\: IVA1JST. In this crowded room
there was no notion of defeat for Goldwater. In Illinois or
year apartment or are begging dime what they really are, a lot of doggone ,: '," ,' .' : anywhere else The public opinion polls which show him
: :" ; ;':
for a cup of coffee on skid row They hooey. : trailing far \behind the Pn'sidl'ntere dismissed as either

deserve anything we do for them anda "And the old folks, God bless them deliberate or accidental! false.
his bus month of
Nixon, well launched on campaigning
lot more. and the laborers, God bless them, and bur Golawater and other Republicans around the nation

"They love labor, provided It belongsto all the rest, cheer themselves hoarse and played his audience for all it was worth. He' tossed out red

a union, whether it makes $2 or $10 meat with lines like this:
throw all reason and common sense to
Johnson definition of
"lla\e you heard lndon an extremist
an hour and want the working man to the winds as they see only the personal ? That's a Dick Ialcy Democrat In took County who

get a break. They sit proudly on the benefits that might possibly come to only' Lutes once."
right hand of the labor boss and scream .At this noisy assemblage. even moderate Charles Percy-
them result of such mad
as a a program Newspaper Make a Big Difference in Peoples Lives illinois' attractive GOP nominee for Jo\'ernllr-wa. cheered
for justice and fair play. They smirk at "Why can't we have freedom NOW? lustily Yet he wax \Iolllaparing! In his mention of Gold-

the television cameras and yelp Into microphones : '- water. and for this he had to take some derisive back-of) -thr
to make their position clear. Why can't we have hospitalization, nurs ,. 'J iL :,}Ii; ,": ., :; :i; }r.M: rNft{ room shouts or "!low about Goldwater'"
ing homes and medical care, why can'twe

"They love America, the land of the have shorter work weeks, higher pay THE I INTERESTING: : i tU'ESTIOX. naturally U what will

free and the home of the brave. They and longer paid vacations? Why can't The Best of Boyle happen to these frenzied Illinois conservatives, and their

wave the flag until their arms ache. we have all the good Lord Intended us counterparts in many another state. if Goldwater does not
BY HAL BOYLENEW .. beat Johnson next month.
They are for preparedness, for defense, to have, why can't we have all of it They do not sound like people ho would be ready to rollover
for freedom and they will spend our NOW? and play George Romncy or William Scranton or Nelson
the last them. YORK (AP) Things a that much harder Rockefeller In 1968.A .
dollars to penny to insure have it all Pa. (AP) -
"Stop screaming, we can columnist might never know if tunlstlc employe to President Dwight D. Goldwater defeat would bring.: moderates! storming:
Our dollars theirs and of the
not some end NOW if listen he didn't his malls boss.
we to our friendly open say his fellow back. Whatever success they might have in regaining Repub-
candidates have plenty, so much In fact candidate. We can have everything our One out of 10 Americana Some of the most presidential candl. bean control it is clear in Chicago that it will not be wone85ih'
that they hire auditors to try to hide their grinds hla teeth while asleep. signs of our times Goldwater, "could ,
heart desires and two dollars besides.All .
Psychologists have found that the outdoor 1 held accountable" for The Goldwater connmatim.. well net In good force In
wealth with mixed up figures and double we have to do Is vote for the right couples wedded 20 years or es. Such u this 1 -
he made a* a man) places must be dealt with for a long time to tome
talk more have leas marital tension glle. Handle with
candidate.
"They know all the answers and can "It Is as simple as that, believe It or than less those married 10 years or take Fortune about teller$650 speaking Monday

Iron out all difficulties whether they occur notl" A corner of your akin no big. by Informing the 500 dinner Republicans said of Gold at a

In Viet Nam, Cuba, Russia, Berlin, ger than a postage stamp con. our luck may be. The World Today
lama four yards of nerves and In his will 1
time he
a long was a
25 nerve endings. What'll left five swords to 1 In, senator and could By JAMES MARLOWE
science find out next? with the stipulation ; held accountable for .oct..1! Pttti News An.lrit
The men who put you asleepfor unsheathed from 1 he said
an operation want to take off "except it be for .. WASHINGTON (AP) The
R
others, sayNewspapers' their masks and make them In defense of their I (AP) Singer Russians stick their nose Into was Premier Bulganln who
CLIPPED OTHER PUBLICATIONS got
ITEMS FROM Into
directly the
1958
ram.
elves better known That's why1 Its rights and In i In Hollywood for American presidential cam.
\ the American Association of to keep them I before leaving for palgns every four years direct. Adlat palgn Stevenson between Eisenhower and
Anesthlologist baa raised a with and the Far East, told
prefer falling ly, Indirectly or accidentally
Our 1100,000 public relations fund. hands than to the : she hopes to dissolve V was direct enough last July Several times Stevenson' pro.
: Key to LibertyNational Here Is a.OOO.year-cldredpe went thereof." ties with actor Er. when Sen. Barry Goldwater won posed a bun on hydrogen bomb
test. And .
twice, to El sen how.er'
to cure baldness take equal It was Dag I soon the Republican nomination and
parts of the fat of a lion, a hip who observed, Mr. Borgnine will have Premier Khrushchev accused annoyance, Bulganln wrote,
popotamua, a crocodile, a goose, effort must ,, divorce," she said not to Stevenson but to Elsen.
political him of trying 'to enter the
Newspaper Week 1964 finds The as expressed almost unfailingly on his editorial hower seconding the motion.
'a serpent and an Ibex and apply being of the 1ndI > 1 cant. I'm not a rest. White House under the slogan
Press besieged in the citadel of its own integrity page, he must concede that he is t' liberally. It doesn't make much of safety and ." of unbridled antl.communtsmand Bulganln made his IPtters publicbefore
,
with arrows through Its hat labeled most conscientiously informed reader on tne 1 difference whether you rub It In Merman, 85, and Borg. war threats" Eisenhower saw them.
Tight1 and "left." entire globe.It or drink It. In either case you'll I were wed June 27. This burned up Eisenhower He
It has been a rougher-lhan-usual year fora has been customary at this annual News, grow as much hair aa the aver [ =fNEWSPAPER i 38 day later. Khrushchev has been quiet told the Russian to mind hlJ
profession accustomed to taking a certain paper Week to quote from Thomas Jeffersonand i age crocodile : since. But now Russia has shot own business.
amount of lumps In the other men of substance on the vital role i Quotable not ablest "Work and (AP-Sen. Everett three wen aloft In a space cap. But before election day .a.,
pursuit of news. Letters to of a free press in a free society. love these are the basic R-D1. i* In a ho*. lull circling the earth and thundering International cllmaki
the editor have been unusually This year we'd also like to advance test!Without them there la neuro.sis. Chicago for treatment outdoing anything this countryever made the presidential campaign,
tart Reporters have from the actions of the Press Itself ." Dr. Theodore Relk. Editor, Collier of the right ankle. attempted. look almost .secondary The
been lectured and abused. Your mony confidenceand | If you stood at the deepest We take the said Friday the It Isn't clear whether they had Russian got Involved, but this
Columnists, the war correspondents newspapers such bespeak your bottom of the Atlantic Ocean tlonal Newspaper may have resulted to do this right now for ..dentlf.ic time they couldnt be blamed
these
n- in the battle support in ways as : you'd bare to be 5V4 miles talito you once again and kidney Infection. Dirk. reasons, hoped It might add for thinking it up.
for men's minds, have even C They constantly seek to advance get your head out of the wa for the great service to be back on Ml feet to the wrangle between Prest. First, Britain, France and
had to dodge brickbats professional standards through professional ter. rendered the Boy dent Johnson and Goldwater, or Israel attacked Egypt and
from General Eisenhower. associations such as the American People are their own most locally through Just dldnt care. Eisenhower told them to bark
Newspaper Publishers Association the essential. medicine. A French contribution of space.Your YRK (All Actress 1\'. not the first time they did up. Then the Hungarian revolted
Part of this goes with the American Society of Newspaper Editors, physician who studied ship publicizing has filed a court this kind of thing lathe midst of and Khrushchev crushed
Lewis job of. being all things to all Sigma Delta Chi and many state and wrecks found that 90 per cent of activities ha* been to prevent the broad. a campaign. They did it In I960, them with Russian a
men -hard news opinion, regional associations. shipwrecked sailors died within In bringing a television show In when they orbited two dog. Not Americana, who had talk .
interpretation and entertainment. Newsmen a few days from ..a1011en...." boy Into Scouting charge a singing to be outdone, the United State freeing the satellites, did noth.'
are pretty much resigned to the fact that not They encourage and sustain effortsto Did you know that Sweden skill, and dubbed In In place of shot three mice (SO miles aloft Ing and could do nothing without
all readers will be satisfied every day by all Improve the quality of newspaper con. plan In 1007 to switch from left. We are most before the campaign was over. risking a world war.
of the thousand of word on all man tent by sending key editors and depart that we
many hand to rlghUhand/ driving The may I* that of a "singer
.. .. ..
ner of topics, hot or cold. They're willing to ment heads to universities for I h o r t change will coat the country at your Interest and ," she said In the - e..ee.e..ee.eeeeeee.eeChance
settle for most readers most days. courses and professional exchanges least $80 million. May your be a gird't in New York City Frl. '
Some partisans In this supercharged at. They seek to Improve the methods Man took a great step toward cetsful celebration if shown, the program Remarks ;; :
mosphere don't seem to recognize anythingbut of training men and women for careersin honesty In 187J. That's when the Impression 'that eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeNAIL
praise for their side as fair comment. journalism some wise guy Invented the Sunny of singing well
Some of the barbs addressed to newspapersshow cash register and made It Scout to portray even a CALL, YtALLWinifreda j
They seek to recruit young peopleof _," singer," she add.
signs of coming from organized "r. "" -
have undertaken to the groupswho in the highest ethical and professional "'"" ,)i<,{ :i '.::" t' ,' ,: : ;;, + Keener, the ole
"keep press '; ;', W' 'M' ; "
$ < "
potential for careers in servo *
newspaper hairbender
"Mr. Broad. advises that she will ,,
ice.
lineNow claims Something to sing be leaving North Carolina on
none among us immunity The pursuit of these alms Is,rewarding! t in Mi' p t 10P LAMP to be shown In about Friday N
against legitimate criticism. Newspapermen, to return here for the
She
Itself Newspapermen ask no other reward! ARC A6t ; The producer were season.
like doctors, lawyers, certified public accountants their to show why they she has been quite
and licensed barbers subject except that you read newspapers. For O L C 0'0 C C V says ill but
to human failure. are is knowledge their Is the key to liberty and liberty I \CROS5 Health 2T:lurkmmom Malt T i L S'L A allowed, a* fUmed.to broadcast Is still alive and kicking.

We don't claim to posses perfection, goal 28 Dc/crrcd/ p1*. I R [ A L + George Cowden postcards from

although we do constantly aspire to do it. S Gem-timing 30 Expert g u M R L n T t (AP) Adlat E. Dubois Wyoming, that he already
There are 1,754 In the United e rap phoiogiaphttI t Dj M it's Jo C I has
newspapers Blelk l 31 On Jill says the late Eleanor bagged an antelope and elk and
Slates with a combined daily circulation of 1btti 1 II 1 Kind of Kxoum GIC R u r1'D' S A was "more than rele. is now looking tor a mountain sheep >
58.003,251. bean 32 Social A T E. S C. I our time -she was "I
George said he had
a pleasant
visit
For better or for worse, those newspapers 12 OMutfatlon intcct ii R t w L'O L t u.."
constitute the world's finest organ of current 14 Candid 34 Sloped p I C A W R Y UA ambassador with Dr. Jim Craig, who "looks fine ?
information. Whatever the individual reader President and Editor IS Svrphu 38 I: qvlCll APt L. t Q 0 United Nations, was and seems to be enjoying the area" ''

may think about the editor's political policy Newspaper Enterprise AssociationPorvdeMofoslne 16 T tiling 40 41 Canal Panic'men .. dinner Monday honoring night George says Dr. Craig "ia the ,'

15 hoot Cr Inter U Fan aart SOLUTION 0' of Mrs. Roosevelt, only KD within 90 miles \
IV Ki\tr 4) s..IIcIJ\ :I Calvmtl S nation's 32nd presi
T + To the best of "
Nand 44 Swing J End oj a our knowledge,
pwars 8 the Naples area has never had
21)) Cembai 4 l'n\. +. !Light 9 a
22 Stripped (oaten bolilt cooking school. Veil, come Nov. 18

heir DOWN J Charged 10 and 19 this newspaper, in cooperation ''
26 Ponal 1 Dm irktk ash tJ- * * with Sunshine Suprez and Floe '

I I I J 1/ a 17 r"I I L' \ COUNTY NEWS Power and Light, will present one

t/" CHANCC. tin.r>uwiti> f at the Tahitian Cove auditorium '.11'

rV Is : II IJ 21( :: HAT WVATT fit At, >A4 M.>".M.IMI icier' ', More about this little Item later. i.';;,

I. 0 I 22 OPOLKA. Meek.' Svpt + We keep getting letter. trots
lea *. Cif.. Oirwiwr
I 16 ii /.1 l7 (I23 DAUB. Offict M.rMi a GOP congressional candidate ad- ;f

10t f't'/ 24 decy. .'e.ei ........, dressed to Mr. Crayton Cove, who-
to f II II ,. "C.. :! ever he ia.
:-c t tfEnjoyad
I i toH ::: ,..I' It. is .I.. n .... Anias: .''a.u.f.. ....
F ""- IS 0 16 2e air seaseer.' P. 0 + inmenaley a letter [,

11 ;, "P .. ,...? nit? tar .N from Wayne Roark's daughter, Pam,
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.... 19 who will graduate this June from n
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. } r//7/-- / / JI :/ 'h,1 _rlpI_ R.... Florida State University. She ia
l) er. nisi' ...,.". ...
"JI JJ JJ ; J. IS J. 11 S4 : a senior in her third year due to' *"

,; J Jt 35 mi.>_ill sm*. Mtntto. 17 M. the trimester system. Pamela ia a

16 .( Tk. A_,*,.4 Pun. member of Alpha Chi Onega and ia
.r 7 e.s.Nw ..........., I. lee
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.J I.' 4J 11'U AP sent aeeemaw positive that the Collier County
ee ..cesd (1S54. 55jtCV St
4 0- at ....... IIpM school system isn't as bad aa It e
about his throwing the all the certainly' was effective' j9:
paper over
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complaint
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COLI tR COUNTY .. Octofcw I It 174
NEWS Ntpln, FU TUMd. 5

Be Best Star Or Quit ActingVaughn's .. .


'TV: ,. 4! J1 I(),:' I

Mother Advised Him A [
Hi OMIUA: LOWRY Stuart Erwin and Mae Clark

AP Ttvltoi..RdU. Writer pop up In character parts
HOLLYWOOD (AP) flays bMutlee, a super.. agency !\ll'CHK> lAP) Ray. This Mason the name of Ray
fetor Vaxfhnt "'''1 only ad. named Thrush (James Bond's C mond Burr, the eminent III.", Collins, who through the years
via my Mother' ever gave me nenlsla Is Smereh). But then, ton barrtKti who In seven has beta playing 1.. Trace*
WM to b* a bit star or use get Bond borrowed I>> from Sam : kt years has never filled to win a Perry's polls antagonist, !has
wt a( the acttaf business. B Spade, >Spade from Sherlock case, tune to town the other been kept In the star billing
wawt worth It otherwise." Holmes, etc. And the late Flem. day l lc, ,. Lich to be master ofort' along with Burr William Hop.
Vaughn Jwt might make it. At log had a hand In shaping the '. I H" at 'dinner for Med. per and Barbara Hale Collins,
leut he's off to a good start series. II of M.i.i. winners. He con. In all probability, will not ap.

as toe sttper-spy-superJover on The similarity bang bother t JUNIOR tirm.11+ : \ ,t 15 that he, too, pear In a single episode this
NBC's "*!%. Man From Vaughn, the Intrepid Napoleon ocPUrr believe pis playing his lest season. He has been plagued by
U.N.C.L.E." This is not Uncle Solo Of 0.N.C.L.E. "I never season' "Perry W...." poor health for the last couple of
fen, but a super atlonal agn. read the Fleming novels," he DE95 Without a trace of ..regret years, and most often the
cy designed to stamp out nefarl. says, "but I did see the two Burr Mid', "I think this year policeman's role these days Is
ous doings by International movie ('Dr. No,' "From Russia will wind it up. And, as you played by Wesley Lau.
troublemakers With Lev*') and I hope w* are know, there are a number of Recommended tonlghtt Otym.
Many critics pointed out the compared to them." other project I've been Inter pie Games roundup NBC, i3&
series" seemed bottled In bond, Nor doe Vaughn seem die. ted In for tome time." also (EDT) "The Fugitive"
and there are Indeed similar) loaded from fulfilling the positive There are, of course, Burr' ABC, 10.11 David Janssen la
ties to the Ian Fleming novels side of his mother's advice, flourishing art galleries and his a fast-moving sctton.adventur
Outrageous plots, susceptible His hopes for the serlest "To Interest In legal aid organize series.
make me the biggest star In the lions, stimulated t by his part in
business. the courtroom Mtlei.

Hayley Mills H* figures this is his best "And lv been talking with WEATHER
chance. H started Don Fedderion a TV producer)
acting when Jt -- (
Kit >R DEPl TDEBS, ',
ne! bgun cl if> < ''up"i "
he was III| both his parentswere ', : "ill. i I" I i"If. undo the: iponioithip r Stars In Film in the business "but tt ) ? < Gene Moores Top 'It', working title Is 'The Pow. Low
working acton who had to wor. LegislatorsSee spun\ ) 'a Ww'':'tan's Cub,: spent Saturdav er," and III play the governorof Albany cloudy High 87 86 Pr.
,
touting parts ot the' Eventides Natmna.1 Park Winners Here In a Mate."
ry about where the next Job was Albuquerque, clear 692
'That Darn Cat'HOLLYWOOD coming from." New State in boats fuiiusheH; b\) Samirn )Hamilton At 'right Bridge In addition to numerous "Per Atlanta, cloudy eg S3

That has never been a con. IS The n'l. Osiai McCollum of the {','iitrl) Baptist Duplicate ry M son" fans who have faith Bismarck, clear 70 32
(AP) Fin cern of Vaughn's. Church: who assisted bdnnny the A score of HS'/t {pointsvtantap fully followed the CDS show, Boise clear 717
thing. Hayley Mills Is not at all "I got my first ontract with Taxes ComingTAMPA to Everglades. (NEWS photo raup) honors for Mr. and Mrs. Gen there will be many veteran Boston, cloudy 66 SO
fond of cats, and now she's star. Hecht.Lancaster and Columbiatwo Moor, Jr., In Fridays 111* actors and actresses who will Buffalo cloudy M 49
ring 11I movie called "That months alter I got out of (AP) The two men tables Mitchell Movement spon. miss the show Chicago, cloudy 5$ 49
Darn Cat. college," be says. "I've been who will lead the next sessionof sored by the Naples Duplicate Gill Patrick Jackson ...eu. clear 71 41
This may upset the:. feline tire producer of the series and Cincinnati
under contract or working ever the Florida Legislature say Senior Citizens Bridge Club. clear 620
Cleveland
fanciers of the world, but Hay. sine, (He's now 31.) The parts new taxes are virtually inevltable. ReadyTo Other scores for the north. one of Its owners, is a former Denver, clear 67 33:
lay cant help how she feels. Her of 143 motion picture star who has
have grown better and the pay south with an average Dee Moines cloudy 88 35
reasoning Is this: ''I always feel higher. So except for that first "We're going to have to raise points were as follower Mr. and great loyalty to old friends Detroit clear 62 44
so wall, so unncessary to cut Mrs. Dan Burgtund IU'lai Mr. She has always made a special ,
two months, I havent really money from new sources or ; Fairbanks clear 47 33
cats. They're terribly Independ. suffered." back on facilities," Rep. E. C. Open Another SeasonThe and Mrs. H. S. leader, islta point of hiring, whenever Fort 72 49 II
ant, not at all like dogs Oh, I But he nearly got sidetrackedfrom Rowoll, speaker designate Of the Mrs Joyce Tenney and Mrs L, possible, some of (the people she Helena Worth clear tog 11 34
suppose It would be a real com. his aim. He drew an Aca. House, told the Florida Retail McDurney, 150)) and Mr.and Mrs. calls "old timers people who clear 87 72
pllment If a cat grew to Ilk* demy Award nomination for his Federation Monday."In eighth annual season of ned programs consisting of pictures Harry Peters 144 /i. were acting when I was." torn Indianapolis Honolulu clear 70 40

you, whereas most dogs will drunk In "The Young Phlladel. all my year In the Leg. the Senior Citizens Club of Naples other color movies skits Scores of the esst.west player. of them are semlretlred and, Jacksonville, cloudy 78 67
make friends with anyone. phlans," and that seemed to Islature, I seldom have seen a Is scheduled to get under by members and Interesting with an average of IM wait Mr. often wll.lo.lo but the acting Juneau rain 517 ,38
"But I've never been able to type him as a character actor. plan to spend tax money that way In the auditorium of theWoman' speakers and Mr*. J. D. Summer, ITlVil urge remains strong. Kansas City fog 09 43
make ago of It with cats. Trou. Then he spent a miserable sea. did not have some merit. .if we Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Parker Often such familiar motion
73 80
Us Is, they know It. And this son last year is second banana could afford It," Rowell said Club Monday October On the last meeting of each ISSVi) Mrs. H. Weed and Mrs. picture faces ss Conrad Nagtl Los Louisville Angeles clear, cloudy 69 41
one will probably claw me to to Gary Lockwood's "Lleuten. "It's very hard to be realisticand 19. at 1 p.m. From thenon month members with birthdays Corwln Waite klo4yi Mrs. J. D. Nell Hamilton, Arlene Judge ,clear 73 48
bits." the Seniors will meet each In that month ate honored and Louise Wilkinson Memphis
ant, escaping when the show popular at the same time. Johnson and Mrs. cloudY 81 717
This one Is a talented tabby was dropped. Rowell and James E. Conner, Monday In the Woman's Club refreshments Ire served on 141 Vit Bruce Doynton Sr., Eddie Cantor Milwaukee Miami, clear 62 31Mpl.stP.
who 1s playing the title role Inlet president-elect of the Senate, building unless the meeting birthday Mondays The club and Stuart KG.t.r.38 1 and .,, fog 88 37
new Disney film, adapted told the federation that educa. place Is changed to the new also stages an annual banquet Mrs Alice Boiling and Mrs. Laid To Rest New Orleans cloudy 80 89

from the book "UndercoverCat On lion is the prime candidate for'' community center. and takes Interesting trips durIng Nellie Bridge, 35.Guest New York cloudy 62 49aia.
," by the mystery.wrltlng Tips for the first time was HOLLYWOOD tAP) The
tax .
mOil money.Construction Next Monday meeting will the season.At City, clear 687 .31
The cat witnesses of Eddie Cantor lay en.
Gordon. a Mrs. Louise Wilkinson from Bhs body:
costs for the unl.
be called order Robert
to Si30 64 41
by approximately Omaha clear
0 p.m. with those of his ,
follows
and toothed
robbery kidnaping 0 Ohio. "Thanks to today
ker
verslty system is "onl) the be. Heights,
Thomas elected vice card clear 62 39Phoenls
under
newly games get way of 4t Ida and wife one
the culprit and manages to escape Rowell said. Vic Pennywltt everything went off years, ,
ginning
president He will act In the members meeting others In five clear 93 02
bearing a wristwatch said. daughters.Private
However Rowell said that smoothly, s spokesman
back to Hayley. Hayley calls In absence of Walter Harris who games of their choice. At the The next II.ch.dul.dfor services for the 72. Pittsburgh cloudy 64 46
game
"we
an FBI man Dean Jonas who the limit are of rapidly the load approaching the taxpay. has not as yet returned from same time members wishing toplay Friday, October le l at 7t30 p.m. year.old entertainer were held PUnd, Me., rain 63 48 ..02Ptbtd
71 49
happens to be allergic to cats, SItBoating ers can pay." the north. All other officers for shuffleboard croquet and al the Naples Woman's Club Monday at Croatian Mortuary. Ore.,clear cloudy 72 17

and : You get the Idea. Conner suggested a review of the 1964-65 season Includingthe horseshoes may go to the building Cantor died of a coronary Rapid Richmond City,clear 66 JSfit.

It's always pleasure to hare present tax laws and a closing perennial treasurer V/U- courts In Gambler Park. Also, occlusion Saturday. He had tutus ,cloudy 092

the puckish Miss Mills back la of loopholes as a method of rats. liam Kollmeye r,will be on hand. every Wednesday at 1 p.m. the Birds n't suffered from s .heart ailmentfor Salt U. CllyCloudy73, 40
town for one of her periodic = nearly U years.Cantor's
Ing more The first trill be addressed shuffleboard
money. meeting courts Ire reserved San 71 63
static "That Darn Cat" Is ber happy when they sine Its wi'> > died In 1052u1 a Diego cloudy
first film In Hollywood sine Good seamanship as well as But he said "Even If we pro. by Julius Lesser for the Seniors and the long establishes a birds heart ailment Their daughter San Fran cloudy 63 98
"Summer Magic" two year'ago. good ethics require that the speedof duce more revenue even if we director of the Naples Recreation Seniors bowl every Friday at claim to a certain territory Marjorie, succumbed to cancerIn Seattle, cloudy '013!
boat be reasonable for the operate with effl i'lancy and econ.
At the advanced age of 18 a and Department, which sponsors 1 pjn. at Brookside and on and warm others to stay away 1I9. The three are entombed Tampa, cloudy 81 72 ,02
she remains everyone's Idea of time, place and surrounding con omy we're close the loopholes, the Seniors' Club Tuesday's st 1 p.m. at Pine and also It Is pert of the mating at Hillside Memorial Park Mau. Washington, clear 63 40
dltlons members of Naples going to have to raise
say for Winnipeg, clear 69 43
The
requirement performance. coleus
only
what tao.a should bee10"1Iy.ladyml.
a pr 91 of the U. S. Coast Guard more funds" Lana i
but full of We. Auxiliary. Brooks Siutnaktr of Galnes.Vllle membership In organization <

Even though she might be Rules of the road, for boat. was elected president ofthe. Is that the person be more than ,
able Jp prtAdje? Pings Hays, ire based largely com federation. Other officers 60 years of Ig4except In the ,..
pn
.
m.n. ,
... n1, /I + w "
continued to stay in tbe.
Icy ''n\ol\.n\ and .common courtesywith A. P. parratt of Jacksonville, case of s couple which cue.wi ,
family nest. She lives at borne the assumption that each vice president; Paul Brown of U one 1s 60 It automatically'' I

in England and she will be skipper has a practical know. Miami, secretary) H. S. Conklin makes the other eligible for
Joined her by her father and ledge and understanding of Ms of Miami, treasurer. membership.
mother, the John WIl.... Her
own craft.
father Is arriving shortly to Each boat has her own char.
In Rat." State To Reduce RAPIDGROWTHThe
appear "King acterlstlcs particularly con.
much club which was organized Over 65 ?
Hayley's interests are
the corning her wake or wash. The Bond Issue For In 1951by.evenintlreltld
sam as any U.year.old' rules make U clear, and It cer.
her flgur ("It seems I am always persons has grown to the extern
taW) seems sensible, that a SRD Quarters
dieting; what a borel") skipper Is responsible for the that nearly 200 took pan In a
boys (She hu one in particular wash of his boat and any *f. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The meeting st the height of last

but lant talking about him) the feet It may have on another craft State Road Department planned year's season It has no dues, Need Medical Care ?
Beatles to reduce the site of a
("They're simply mar. today -
whether docked, anchored, or and Its mono 1st "Enjoy yourself
"1011'"> and driving. bond Issue to build a new head
running. It Is later. than you think".
quarters because) bids were be.
BeanGolden Most boatmen In the Naplesarea low estimate The club's slogan. Ut "Let'sgo

are very considers and Expecting to well over $4 Ilk sixty,
pay
conscientiously alert to those million the department accepted At each meeting there Is a
around them. However sine the Can't Afford It ?
Gate the bid of Penaacola firm for short business session follow-
fleet 1* growing with each season,
we must not allow ourselves tobe. $3,511,930 for the five storybuilding. ed by group singing and plan-

com careless To set a good -
Guest It reduced s proposed".11 mil.
L example for newcomer ls one
Mars To Be Next
lion bond issue to $Z.I million
of the best ways to Insure safe
and will offer U for sale Nov.18
boating. Space Target Of
starting construction quickly aft.
Spend some lime learning to
er delivery of the cash. Soviet Union?
know your boat under various
The Road Department will
circumstances and under differ. of the costs from $2,4 CAPE KENNEDY (AP) _
TD pay part There li Health
enl conditions. For example how a Opportunity Program for
,
million It will get from sale of 'll liars may be the next space

much half wash and cruising does your speed boat?causeat Some the building It occupies: now. t argrt for the Soviet Union, sue. the Elderly available in your area right now
essful with manned and
The bid of the DysonCoostrualion unman.
boats, lightly loaded, may run Co. was accepted although *lid earth orbit flights but re. J It provides to every person over 65 who can't
st 1500 RPM without
TRADINGSTAMPS' much wake, while the same throwing boat, It The had Road an apparent Department error.decided atedly led lunar frustrated and planetary with unman.mis. pay for It the health care he or the requires.We .

heavily or even moderately load.
to have a fourth elevator In the *lions
believe that the Health
ed, will tat a devastating wash Opportunity
new structure and required contractor Authoritative U. S. sources r.
at 1900 RPM or about half the to add Its cost to their P ort the Soviet have failed 17 Program for the Elderly n a better program
cruising speed. What does your straight time to launch probes
boat do? estimate Instead of adding Its cost, the t 0 Mars, Venus and the Moon than the proposed Medicare Tax plan. Pint,

Remember to the that a ft wake I* de. Dyson Co. subtracted from the For, moet of November Mar the Medicare Tax would pay less than 25*;
Delving eyt. may
appear ; '
baN bid but agreed to stand be- ,rl, be in a position to receive
FREEIt'l to be gentle yet toss another ,]bind he bid anyway. a 1 I rocket: launched explorer from of the total yearly health care cost of the
unmercifully. Watch the
craft I Earth- position tt reach
effect of your wake on other once every 25 months average person over W!
raft and observe that larger and StalematedAt
Women
The United Kate plans to
heavier boat are affected to a lunch two Project Mariner Second, the Medicare Tax would cover
put Of I great saw'1 to than small and
lesser degree very Sale
Bargain
incrtitl rout .UIIOII Iklluriithoul mall boats Remember too, that e nn on Intended eight-month those who don't need it the wealthy and
,' to Mars I this
'oyages period.
mcMiuiif your vacatiMbuitltHf some boat throw more wash or ,It CLENB FALLS, N.Y. (AP) land J. B. experts believe the Rus. welt.to-d-u well as the 6 out of 10 of our
was a "Discovery Day" sale
sruttaf| ICC of lilt wake than others and require
otter ticitmi lit* gifts, and v* reducing the rpm or throttle two women who found the tuna, nay launch three tkre.sttot Mars elderly who have prwt health insurance
probes, following a
tstiM gannets tM its yours minimum In order to be same bargain held on to tt for
to a
fad previously wheni'enys that moat all of their medical bHls.
SI bides IH tuttt considered thoughtful and court. I101I' 'more than It hours until per. poem pays or
suaded I IBolivl to leave when the dls. and Mars were la properKMltlOA.

FREE GASOLINE ________ II I count store dosed at 10 o'clock V Yet eery wage earner would be forced to

FREE FIORIM ORANGESPREIPIBHINO ,', lack of a coastline I Monday Her night.manager MelvU Smith pay higher taxes to the government for the

dates from a war with Chile ,laid the two vowed to resumetheir Medteare Tax plan 'that's right, extra
.
ended 111883 and
which ( today on \
grips opposite
IINO.UOINO BAIT AND TACMttlRIB stripped the country of Its (ends ,f a $10 bicycle.H FOR RENT money for a plan that >II not needed.

AUTO TOUR province on the Pacific together said he offered to settte
(CM '" with the port of An. wWI of The Health Opportunity Program the
NAnt$.FLOin AI'FREE Ilotalastl. tit: ojsput a flip a cola, &tu'lful 2 Bedroom

PRIVATE i but I' a wmaen vetoed the idea. 2 Bath, Completely 0, Elderly if much more (;'1"r. The cost comes

PLANE RIDE Fumlshtd r out .f CUff we already pay And U provides

fovea GQL HAPIIS[" Wit
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ST LOUD (AJ) for then slight Mgt in oversell betting, PUNTA GORDA- Playing
I" time since the Mart ol ho.. but the Card toed in everything ;, their llrr fomll&me on the SPO'UR' TS
tunics, the St. Louis Cardinal else. They have outrun, outfield tool die ShuJowmwr. WJlJcats
found themselve World Series ed, outpltched end outmaneu. of East: Naples pot oil t gaud
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favorites over UM New York vend the Yankees.Monday's de:fcisWe show U losing 13 . . .
Y'ankces today.odds.mak.r.. game, won' In 10 : decfslw' to theChtrtot.eTlnyTurpwis :
made the highflying innings by the Cardinals on ,' t'J I S':jrJiy right 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, r4.pltt, FU" Tu"d.r, Octobw II l ItM
Redbirds a strung 2.1 catcher Timmy MoCerw's '" : >
Tie l
choice following their 5.2 threA>run homer was a typical Wttitaaorp.1'saIsttints
them example The Cardinals :; ; seis'Kt, couldn't let gof.J:
triumph Monday that gave except ; ::1 "
Oroat'e', ,. xi. ;nefenseai5Lls' the more expertsa -
a 3.2 edge Ir the besUil-tevwi for shortstop Dick error
series in the ninth which pared the j M. ; : 411 I_ s .Ajy\ ',"a. .J.. Shidowiiwa Harry Billie PlacedOn
Everything appears to be way for Tommy Troll's game : hid two>> good! snot' is
tacked in favor of the Cards tying homer, sparkled l in the to score Li the third; :quirt*'""
First, they will be back home field.in r ," btr could not get the ball across
for the sixth game Wednesday contrast the Yankees' the go.V 'tine Buc Control ListThe

after taking two out of three In defensive play as In' the first .. I ,",, Next opponent: for the Wildcats
New York. four game, was sloppy and
Second, their pitching, thanks uncertain. Hew York was guilty ,t1".: will be Plnellis Park .lC-r. Pittsburgh Pirates announced minole who played high school
""" ; Sirurdi/; SSidowliw.1: his a sports *t Everglades and Na-
to today' respite because of of its sltth and seventh errand : ;;: today chit Harry Bll-
travel, is in tip-top shape with the Serte. An error by catcher .J >2.rd.. lie end six other baseball players ples. The Pirates signed him
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veteran Curt Simmons primed Ellle Howard on an Interferenceplay ,,, ..JiI. David Hitchcock of Punta who ,'jed In the Pirate in the fall of 1963. and duringthe
for his return Inacem.ntlftlh helped the Card fill the Gorda fell on i SiaJowlitrn: farm season Just ended he play
young Jim Bouton of the Van.kees. base \r.\ fTLEt) 1\ WTIO\-There: II I poetr of motion in exen movement of Mickey Mantle.ihe fumbM! ott tie Wildcat 30 In been sys-em dicing 1964 hive ed in the infield for the Pirate
placed the 40-min
Yankee thumper In these pictures of him batting and sliding his legwork on
Stottlemyre was betrayed suggests a the firs: quarter: xjd the Tarpons Pittsburgh control rosier for Class A farm club it Gastonia
Third, Cardinal Manager again in the fifth. This time he Kuhsian Cossack dance went on to score. Ver- 1965. N.C. The Pirates list him asan
Johnny Keane thinks there ts a couldn't escape. After pitcher satlleq.urterbackRa.iWldroncurled
possibility that Julian Bob Gibson had singled with one Billie, who now Is playing Inflelder-outfielder. although -
strong
Javier, the convalescing second out, Curt Flood hit a double plaj) on ill four plays In theshot for the Plntes teito In the he has played almost
baseman, will be ready to make ball directly at Bobby Rich NHS Eagles Hope To Spoil drive. He gained lOyarJ* Florida fin Instructional leagueat exclusively at shortstop and
the first time but fumiled and
Ml first start.Flully ardson. The usually dependable Pompano Beach will train third base since he was sign-
] baseman bubbled the lost i yard the next play Then with the
the Cards have won second Pittsburgh club at Fon ed.This
all four fulUength) World Seriesin ball and all hand were afe. A he gained six to the 15 and on Myers next spring, the Pirates Is In contrast to his
which they have participated.They Ingle by Lou Brock and a force the fourth play' 110! negotiated, Slid. amateur baseball experience,
defeated the Yankees inseven play, that would have been a Punta Gorda's Homecomina tea 15 yards around left end. To make room for Billie and consisting mostly of catching
games in 1921, the Polla.delphla double play were It not for -- -- -- - -- - - ,., Wa'droa ran in the exri point the others, the Pirates and the outfield. Billie
) Athletic in 1(31, the shortstop Phil Lint' poor relay, BY DAVID LYON Walker twisted his knee the Naples driving for a touchdown to. six players from the assigned play it Gastonia and was
Detroit Tigers in 1934 and the resulted in a 2.0 Cardinal lead. week before the first of After this the Wildcats p.rentro.ter
game that would have the score second on the team in runs baited -
put Eagles to that of their Columbus -
Boston Red Box In U48. Gibson, beaten In the second
the and
he had asserted themselves defense
Should the Cardinals lose the game, had a shutout going into Encouraged by good offensiveand season seen ahead Naples was on the on firm club. Moving down In. He was moved up to
sixth game, they will still have the ninth. But Groat bobbled defensive work last Friday almost no game action until Clewlston 40 on second down and threw Tarpon bill-carriers are pitcher Earl Francis catcher Class AA Ashevllle after Gastonia -
the home edge In the finale with Mickey Mantle's grounder and, at Clewliton Naples High Just before the half at Clewls Then came an Incomplete piss for good-sized losses duringthe Ron Brand first baseman completed Its season
ace Bob Gibson a strong possUblllty after two out, one of which was School's football team this week ton."It's a 13-yard loss, and on fourth rest of the game. Spear- Bob fords infielder Roberto The Pirates bought BUlle's
to make his third start in Gibson' 12th strikeout' Tresh Is aiming to spoil homecoming good to have Walker down a long pass from Carter heading the visitors on defense Peru, and outfielders Ted Savage contract and the contracts of
the Series, Whltsy Ford cur. slammed his dramatic game it Punta Gorda. back, Morris said "it relieves Bryan to end John Bass were Tom Cowles. Gary Goodnight and Rex Johnston the six other young players whore
rently nursing a temder right tying homer that lent the crowdof It Is unusual for Naples and some of the pressure Bass and two defenders made Jerry Cooksley Jack Moving up Hong with Billie to be placed on the 40( -
heel, would be Gibson's proba. 85.8U Into frenzy. Punta Gorda two old rivals to from Caner Bryan" the contact while battling for post- Sorber Steve Johnson, Oly are catcher Jim Price outfielder man control roster. None of
his opponent.The Then came the stormy 10th in head Into their annual clash sophomore who was carrying tlon on the Clewlston 26, and Cowles, and Terry Conant. Dave Kwlitowski, pit- the other six played atCastonli
closeness of the Seriesfails which the Yankee l looked tholr Ate
ill the load tailback while Offensively Wildcats did
third without I victory but that Is at the official about 15 yards chen Phil Cunnlnghim and Bll- this last season
to tell by how wide a mar. worst. Pete Mlkkelson
the situation this The Walker was sidelined Morris behind Bass and not fare so wet Coaches Bill lle
came Price.23ofHirrlsburg.Fi.,
gin the Cardinal have out. Yankee pitcher walked Bill year. up drop Knoch first baseman Don
played the Yankees in the first White to open the inning. Ken Eagles will be out to prove complimented three sophomores ped i pass-Interference flag. Akers and Bll) Cooksley look McKinley and inflelder-out- spent the entire 1964 season
that their 0-4 record Is who started it Clewls- After the for the offense to improve In with the Class AAA Columbus
five games The Yankee hold I Boyer, ordered to sacrifice, more flag was thrown, fielder Bob Robertson
bunted to the right of the deceptive as t measure of the ton for "coming. through in the officials conferred for a succeeding games as their relatively The Pirates' action protects Jets, the Pirates' prime farm
mound. Mlkkelsen neglected to team's ability, than the Tar- good style.. They we re Bryan, number of minutes before it green players get experience Billie and the other player*from Club. Kwlitowski. 22, of Mel-
Figuring Series field the ball and it went' for a pons' 0-2-2 mark.Displaying fullback Nick Pedro and tackle apparently was decided that this winter' major league base rose Park 111., also spent the
single the usual defensive Keith Orschell. Bass had committed offensive Shidowliwn threatened In the ball draft. Had Pittsburgh not put season with Columbus. tie
MW YORK (AP-Bob Gib., The sacrifice play was Mill on determination and show Big defensive guard Bill Interference. Morris told the third quarter,when short Tarpon Billie on Its protected list by batS left and throws right.
Ion'* virtory in the World Be. with Groat at bat, but Dick Ing s new vitality on offense, Hinter should be ready for officials he thought Clewlston punt and a 15-yard penaltyput buying his contract at this time, Cunningham S3, of Chllllco-
\.tl. Monday was his first in all.xlra.lnnlnl missed the bunt attempt off second.and Naples gave Clewlston some Punta Gorda, Morris indi had committed the Interference. the Wildcats in business one or more major league clubs the, Ohio, pitched briefly for
game Involving White was trapped cated. Hirtter Is on the Tarpon 18. With our-- were Interested In drafting the
Howard fired to the tag but anxious moments before losing getting over So on Naples' last-chance Columbus and Ashevllle but
major league competition. Since young Seminole
Joining the Card in 1961 he White turned and dashed toward to the unbeaten Tigers at I shoulder Injury that restrict play Naples lost s first down terbackCooksley.fullbackTony Billie is Se- spent most of the season on
pitched more than nine Innings third sliding in safely when Clewlston last Friday. Team ed him to place-kicking duties deep In Clewlston territory Whldden, indhalfbackOlyCow- a 22-year-old the disabled list with i bad
only twice -t 24 again Hous. Pedro Gonzalez failed to hang members and coaches reviewedthe for the last two gimes. lost the down on which the plat lea carrying the Wildcats pays- elbow. The Pirates say the
ton on Aug. 14, 11162, a* St. Lou. on to Phil lint' low throw Clewlston game film Mon- The other key injury is Ray occurred lost possession ed seven yards in four righthander now appears to have
1* lost 4.3 and 9 1.3 against Cln. Groat failed to bring White day. Ellers' knee Ellers was all of the ball. end lost 16 yards running out of downs on the Yanks recovered from his arm Injury
,:limatl on Sept. 1, 1962, when home, bouncing out into force ..W..houldha..llttlemore set to play both ways In the to boot. The penalty gave nine. May and is participating in the fall
the Card dropped a '.11 ver. play but McCarver tattled the confidence now than we have had Clewlston game but an old Clewlston the ball on Naples' In turn, the Tarpons were Instructional league at Pom-
diet issue with a 3.2 clout into the previously," Coach Jerry Morrls knee Injury flared up list Wed- 32, and the Tigers scored a caught short on fourth-down pano Beach.

right-field stands. look commented is he noted the nesday and kept him out of ac- "gimme" touchdown with two running play, and Shidowliwn Take Diving Kneels 22, is I rlghthamlei:
"Fd have to things
The Yank say
Pete Mlkkelsen
had another chance at the 15.
tion. The Interior line-
husky seconds and
victim of Tim McCarver's better now," laid Keane In what Eagles' improvement over pre.vlOIII left. a Pittsburgh native. He
three.run homer in the 10th, could be the understatement of games "I think things man may see spot duty it Punta The Eagles this week will Bus the Tarpons held the visitors led the Columbus pitching staff

yielded three homer in 86 in. the Series. "We go back to our will begin to pick up from now Cords continue working on offense, to no gain in four plays Meet Honors In victories In 1964.
clogs covering ISO appearance own park with Icamtla4.u on." and will gird their defenses for and regained possession late McKinley 18, of Williams-

during the regular American McCarver, who had also hit a One of the factors holding LOOKED GOOD ,/ jui assault by Punta Gordi's in the game. ,Jkuj_ **'wi- # '*. -* -4..port, MdH played a full season ',
League ..eaolThey were to home run In the Cardinals' pennant down the Eagles this seasonhas Fullback Billyi)BrjinJ.1*Mby \Jtslemed backs and ends '-,g"e ,4!*" *tOKTO (Apy A.: Strong,r with the Pirates'Class A Salem
Joe Amos of Cleveland, Ken clincher last Sunday, acknowledged been I succession of Injuries. earlier ankle and irrri Injuries possibility of 'an American 1-2-J Va. firm club. So did Robertson
Harrelson of Kansas City and this one "was the Morris expressed the hope that and lately by a hip ailment Tou'neyNear weep In springboard diving 18, of Mt. Savage, Md.
Jlmmle Hall of Minnesota. biggest one of my life although "we played over his Injuries, FROM START TO FINISH Gqlf was shaping up Yankee swim
can get everyone together He hit 13 home runs In TO
all I wanted was a little singleor and "looked his best" MURRAY Ky. (AP) Lowery mere advanced through early
for the rest! of the it Clew"iston and batted .302.
McCarver's home run was the a fly ball to the outfield. year Morris said Rains probably Is the only man Completion Olympic going In bulk quantityand games
first in an .xtra.tnnlnl Series "The homer will have a rood ed both Bryan play* to start a 100-yard() diflh, then a formal U.S. protest was
game since Gil MrDougald of effect on Timmy," said Keane. WALKER RETURNSThe wiys. judge the finish rejected today In the Tokyo
the Yank tagged one In the 10th And it probably will have Clewlston game was The coach said he hopes Naples Reins, e rural schoojtescrwr. At Beach Club Games

Inning of game No. 9 In 1958. something lo do with my future. marked by the return of Injured can start getting some agreed to fill In at a track met Lee Grimes 1s champion,, Navy IA. Frank Gorman of
senior tillback Donald Walker breaks now, "We're due for when the regular judge failed to of the second flight division la the,I Queens Village, N.Y., length. CollegeFootball
With Gibson fanning 13 Yan. Keane obviously was refer to offensive action. The 145-: some" At Clewlston I confusing appear. annual county championship coll I,, coed his diving lead after six
trees, St. Louis outfielder had ring to his relation with the pound speedster gave new life officials' decision on I lie fired the starling gun, tournament under way at the vents to a pacesetttng total of
little to do Monday each corral. club' front office. He had been to Naples' offense with hlJ run- Naples pass play sealed Naples' started jogging down the beck, Beach Club and Dewey Craig 86.60 points, with teammates
ling only oi>e fly ball. Series to. offered; a new contract the last and defeat late In the and Two matches i; Larry Andreason and Ken
nine, wis helped by Improved game and was on hand to tail the 1* the runner-up.
tats are 23 files caught by week of the season after specu. blocking by offensive linemen squelched a comeback effort finish ss the youngsters broke la each of the championship and I I Sltzberger In second and third.
Cards' outfielder and 30 by the lotions that he would be fired. The divisions remainto i The finals are scheduled
score was 12-7 with the ape the first flight
Yankee outfield. be played to conclude the Wednesday,
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Craig pined the final lathe Tint blur that new past the
second flight on a default by Burl. TOKYO (AP) Towering Jed other teams In The Associated:
Walworth and met Crimes,, Greet a 22-yearold Princeton Press' college football poll tills
the winner of the upper bracket,i student, smashed the world week was Illinois but the night
la the final Crimes won, 3.2. record with a 2:10.3 effort Tues. was a bumpy one and worse
11' I I to the championship flight, the. day and led an American I-2-3 than that, It was In the wrong
defending champion. Dale Wll., sweep of medal In the men's direction
Hans, advanced to the final by 200-meter backstroke champion The mini, ranked No. 2 In last
besting George Guy 8 and SHe ship la the Olympic'Games week's AP poll of starts/ writers
will meet the winner of: the Garry Dllley of Huntington, and broadcasters took on
semifinal match pairing Dick Ind., was second and Bob Ben. fourth-ranked Ohio State last
towers and Bob Abbott. Celt of Long Beach Calif thirdIn Saturday and came out on the
In the first flight, Del Uhllch the American sweep that short end of a 284)) score.
won over Latlmer Brown, 4 and pushed the Yankee harvest of The Impressive victory moved
The biggest boldest most beautiful 3, to gain a spot la the flails Olympic medal to 10-two gold the Buckeye Into the No. 2 slot
He will meet the winner ol the five silver and three bronse. and dropped Illinois right! out of
Will Woodlll Fred Schmuck Moment earlier, Australia' the Top Ten But the mini slide
match yet lob*played la the semU tall, trapping Dawn Fraser off the poll Wun't a lonely one.
final round. won an unprecedented third Kentucky and Michigan State,
The tournament U to be com.> gold medal In the women's 100. both thumped on Saturday, also
change that has ever happened to a pleted by Sunday, October 11. meter freestyle In Games ree. dipped out of sight
The 10th annual Florida PGA ord time of 89.5 *e onds. Tens continued to top the
tournament tarts the followingweek. Sharon Stouder of Glendora poll with 30 flrst-pUce vote of

Never Wore Ml a md" |lgm" .. Calif., was second and became the 40 ballot cast and SO
I"ca car ort. < M mut(' |0 M Mlt, wider _
d i rice ::'..ro:g1 a-Tore. a,ggB IYnaf Ih'oas aefrw.0 SoIry Im11NYM111.any ai/5N ::a''i't::: ; rhlrle.1 eew It Pay Te AdvertlM the world only to break other the woman minute In bar.the points.ftr.t. late Ohio ballots State and had 344 point seven

m e I U m P I car 1 :; f; ,: h.WeN' le Rh15N IN.. C |'in| s coo/ root *tyl.s. l.. y. rler In the event. The IS-yesr. in the voting which award 10
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THE The only other gold medal etc.
awarded on the third day of the The Top T.n. with flrst-place
Olympic Gems went to Po. votes in parentheses, and total
i land' Waledmar Batzanowskt, points .,
13lqZ who won the lightweight class In 1. Tau (30) S87
weight-lifting' ) with" a total hoist I. Ohio Sate ((7) 344
G ol IS 1.5 pounds a world record. 2. Alabama (2) 307
The United States was 4. Notre Dame (1) 281
blanked In tins ."nt. while 5. Michigan 231
AND Russia's Vladimir !Kaplunov .. Nebraska UI
v f.COUNTRY won the silver medal wttt the 7. Syracuse gt II
same weight HI* second place 8. Arkansas |g I
!' [ CLUB gave Russia four medals-two I. Louisiana Sine It I
gold one silver and one bronse. 10. Florida State U
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YOUR NEEDS 1 1P for impulse buying are being die members there are '> i 7

added to the Amerlcanlcaiion of Inetttute members scattered I

consumer habits in many land*. thMHCh Japan, South Africa, 1 IL I

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Europeans old backfire
many fear their abroad. The
may ape : : C. ONAV. tht turvivmiIPOUIO .ooutv Shop 41) Ith Ave SoMl 'UOI or toll.' elan
P PRESCRIPTIONS' BO B'S ways of life may disappearunder proach now Is to adapt advertlai Ol OAVIO s ONAV l4il 'UMI k.UNI -
1) .
n. PARR ITIOUT ( f 111.. \ I .' the rush to imitate Amer. Ins and product displays to local PlointiflJOigPN --- ''FORMIL EBB TIDE APTS.
THItER 'UUIO' ACCURATELYJ SERVICESTATION lean VI I).II 10 111 91 All i.lltVltt _.
I
I customs.But customs and idiosyncrasies rV WORK ant LILLIAN I end It'll Wo have edd.d iumm/r rstsc ISO menMly/
N"p' \ //+appfi CunfbO Prompt Pro* Dol IvoryDON'S here at home the Pointer. To Europeans, tor example,, WORK hulbtnd and wilo.D.fondontt, 10'I.NHN. Holly Raid -

<..rhr Shop Mochonlt Rood Sorvlco Purchase Advertising Institute newness isn't the moat 1mpor. > a UNIFORMHOP' SABLE SHORES ATT&
TO JOIIr'H :
.
L. *n.-n.' MII.II"r nduly W.I...," : WORN ) Fl M .n PI. MI r..n
LIGGETT POPAI g DlI
REXALL ( pronounced Pop-Eye) tant thing and the hard sell to LILLIAN sed wile I IOIM3BosttMotort K.II". Rood ad ,,'.. Av _
Ml
Troll 2 3817 hutktnd
...,1.. Shoppino. Comer 22136 4060 North' reports that Its overseas memo which Americans are Inured I MO N I. tlrd street

bershlp has quadruped In the falls flat over there. Timeliness Pompon* Such. Floridt Accet.conv.rtod 49-Houtei For Rent

CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIRJERRY'S last five years and now repre. In launching a selling campaign hit YOU Milt ARE hit ben MtNtIV Inititutod' NOTIFIIO In the bray Ii.. h,1I, W,.arr' eeltale .

tents all continents ta even more Important In Eui: Circuit\ Court of Coliior County.rlorido For* Y' l"opocl,1 a Sr 'O"YO""I I bdroonsvrneh04 III beech sod
r JAEGER INSURANCE It li /In Chancery, whtrtin PATRICIA S potlSpot (FL >MI C) or soil So >0I /* yr
expects more than 100 for.elgn than here and patience Ml OIh-
!
rope LUM. form.rly PA. Ml lfl. 10/11 S t ,U/H H pier _y. _

DRY CLEANING.. '' uvlMONer-E.1rP.rMENV r I .PJ; :I next visitors month In at New Its annual York. show The a campaign top requisite for any selling TRICIA. : : ol f DAVID ORA11 I..OKAY tho turvlvlngtpouio it PI.in. sleeps u....". 4(itM Full.'6', Cabin, and Cruiser,. round kodroom, ."", 'n.hod ono> ..th.IIM yes per,

ONE DAY tiff tnd JOIfPH R Wdsr and Illly molint Wltlnnt 4 Sirkiy Ran
1y, AUTO-HaM. o. U'-I'II'. C H." .t ,..11 h"'" lust how to ret their customersto But the Institute reports that LILLIAN: I. WORK, nutkoftd end hood Joel purchased July i month ori Ml. I SiltJl7 tfI
SERVICE ,.,.. 1164 ''n .Ior JJ ho.... Ownornpvine
NArltl/NOPPINOCENIR I S -M..II spend $S cent members be. wile, tae the Oof.ndontt. hou.. far ,. 1. com"pl.l.ly
I/IA It per more on Its overseas are Tht lull .U .Petition to htvt ,PoldMori.oo back north"t'cl sal Sodraom "
OH TRAIL Mll-nu YORK OVAANTStDHI to do fine designing ol Ntcord end gullet Cost aver $ it furniihwl'' Miehipon' Avtnuo
"
42 6tK Ave., So. MI. 2-7390 ginning some Duchorfod chaesd loom ...I.r And 1 rft, notr Ptrty Pintry In.auiro .
., Purl her rsi.I this
lift An IeItI 1-1402 of displays on their own. Wean 14.1. and Curl d..mc" .....to. .". 12 o.ua. .hot 'Uj.or'i ; 5, 1141 Prink WhiiomonSlr..t
with a more lighthearted qualIty piep.rnvelvm, tha Lllewin5 do- I ly Choy and case t f" Mldoiy 24411
: IN Mil"" alter 1 "..Iot.OU .
of ar+b d real and ptrtontl properly,
King Hits approach. litutto. lying ond ktmg+ in Col It
In many land advertlalni ; : f lor id.. and t.lno marep.riwl.rly 50-Roomi For Rent
described ot Io.r.. ..., S-Bu.ln..
and display must mind theo> Oppi. '
dfl''Jv'1fCtfli 'JH Lot 14, Block J. of AQUALANIHORia. 2 bedroom end ISIS privsle
,
YOU CAN ADVERTISE / !
You An Intsrnatlon. 'H
cal olor charts.: a Svodivinofl the Cityol : WAN 'ISOOusllld hamo. Praobsid. .MI,
IN THIS SPACE al Air Transport Association N.",.., Coliior, County. Florida, lOllS It
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS for ....""....1"wh. At Racial 01 rscere.d In Plot pony ta ttirt own
... saiin9 parcb.K IreAl CALL MI 2-2107 official notes that colors can rl.od--:: M. ol the ,PukiitftMOrdo ....,".... With, or without topi. Wanted
t,... .d..,..(,. H. i it j".t.cI THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. make a lot of difference in pro / ol Colli.r' County, PIer tol Some ttporionct ".u..." M-ll.tlnflt
FOR DETAILS 0.. adv..4iin; IIi.n& t 001 I Iu .... I hats I.... kulldinf in Hood
.
.b..t ..
i. ;
Ie.iee 'OIl sales Red Is a lucky .. .
your .pon. .
mating You pie ..Irod to appear to ,...110" with pl.niy of p.nnng w. ".... I ebnp for mot ew
color to Chinese, while yellow U trit ""I'r. Complolnt' on or ben .... and olio llvlna, .......,.. 'c.L; : /.. Shop pn" Contar
( the tlrd day of Octooor, 1 IH4, What II.". your Wnto full d. of ou tail lime
ViolenceST. to the Thais to several Asian in the Offict of tho Club el thoCircuit tollt. Coliior County Nowi P will o porlonctd ond quollflortpwplo
countries the combination ol Court of Collin:: County, O ..> IM) A 41 tltl It ,iniaoct yotii properly
,- Florido, ot Ntpl.i. Florldt. end onfw.r Oft todoy meet vtluo NdM
..-- ""- LOUIS (AP-Dr. Martin purple and green Is acceptable the same not later. tho* the Itt.blithod; S.rvlco- Stition i i ;;-for >li.li.n Put rourtoout one
because Shinto religious leaden Mid itmo doto II yo Luther King Jr. has denounced Complolnt' fill" ether ." In
or 'I. / Fifth" Ave So Allot/Itttt
violence In the civil rlebt.movem.nt. once wore them. But the combination roipoct thorolo Wo rules of Courtroouiro m'M Pill N. IC.,.. HIM Ollin
of white and blue that you serve 0 espy, of
black
saying It Is both im.practical tho "."..... or othor ,,1..dI".. uponPitintitt Waned perry to lobo ow., irosep.rlnp ROBERT N. JAEGER
suggests only funerals to tin 't Attorney who ....... and business Opporlun, 10
11J \ and immoral.Dr. fd.r... ere onto..41 10.0."I"IIN .1." .....11 and grow large.Wrllo "... "I coke.Naolae ,
King a Negro, made an Chinese. PAIL NOT' or else acid J. Orsbv. Santa alneR Sharon.' Ur T.1.1535
J t;; unscheduled appear-in Mon. Jack A, Wlchert president m C."I."I. will, So I.h" a cen l tJt'I'I' Iprmit or lf'

-../- r day before the House of Dele.gates POPAI, says Europe la now at 1. \1..FUfltMCM y OMDIftCD tnot Wo t 10/I /t 37-Hou.ea For Sato

of the 81t general con. the stage In retail distribution m 'Ihn Nolle, ko pukliihod onco o
United States week for four ((4, tonootutivo ..... 4-Flowers-Pllnta-Seeds "."' "NKING HtW"
ventlon of the Protestant !:pl.. products prior In Iht Collier I County New, nowttip.r Slit t Ittft Street n.J
copal Church. knew Just to World War n, puklnhod: I* and niylng' I o Big Bargains I k.lh
."..., oirtulotioit. 'In Coliior County, P.IIO 0..... a utility room
"If the Negro uses violence, ,loridt Big Coconut Palms brow ky tfiit .leanly homo omlill
the future will be endless Wit NEps my kind ond the toil, } for on ipjMintm.M tod.r'
pan. ,' tht ..rif|o with lormt
It this Court it Mipl.t,, floridt, Showing 1 lo wood.F'nco /
orama of chaos," he said. tn Ih.t.: the till dsy of topttmkor. itp.r t running footCOMC AltOOIttMLucille
But a while sociologist said I.**' AND QCT TrUMCO OH ViriH MoroumNoklo
MAfaAPJT T SCOTT: > ./.. till Hooplt '1. Wright.
there may be a reason for the ot Clerk of the tirtuilCourt Ft ...v.,.. P/.
violence Little Hope : of Coliior County, DEWEY POLLY
florid. .
Wanted
?be poverty revolution Is 12-Help
(CIRCUIT COUHT SEAL)
A'M r upon us and is crying out for .l'N.\M"O'LL' A,,""...,...'. new ....,.,.4 lorlotioni REALTY
'' said Dr. IMITM.. Pot rVllhort CI.. .
I Intelligent direction :. 8 ol.VIQA. "
lROWa
vwb Charles V. Willie, Associate 01' Settling funo II S.ich auilc ". Ac Ino lv:1 -rotirtd Wntrotut Oo*. Dewey Folly. nooftor
mon tot ..
., .,
"" professor of' sociology and an. taipTot, t rioridtMa 'CAN no ItitfX _. lifht dufiot .. .toe*. lit Ave TrollMl Mo ondTfrmtml

4 thropology at Syracuse Univer' C...".., or room I ott.nilint lo IJ MAr:' Mon Inporult I4ltTwo .

city He spoke to Urn meeting of ;, 51 to Oct 1 U. Imoe5 Sepal, leech. Clue *'rmo H_.. on idioimnglorgo ,
i'ia1Foet I loti. on canal I 'ocI,_
the Women of the Episcopal GM StrikeDETROIT
I" 'HI UW' eoo"TeoiuM Yeses. ,, e"l.-"I'County
Curch. IN "" only Nt
13-Help Want '..mal.w.t. from Downtownluittklo
cwNfv HO"ID" plot H mill
Willie said that to ignore the ,
background of poverty which he (AP) NegatlmUune .' lit No""O''TI Sri ..... ..",.. tt Servo's, or' 'I'proptriy single Impoclionoinyll.il ouaeoy,

said resulted In riots In between American MotoriCorp. IN '*e i,tioWALTIW ss 511 Stall auiliklo tormi Pi"io
) race
J DAMM, WI"i1., ....'d. ..",.. Apply .InKrion 551/0 Koth Imnl.ddle. potIonian
Northern cities 'Is putting one's and the United Auto Doe..... Mowird Johnton "Meter Contiet f* | o..w..t

4 : U:4-:4: head Into the sand" Workers Union came down tone 0 NOTICE. Of INTS.NTION TO "MARE I [" Clorto...,.... .id",..t.S tIll la of Collrort ,

The two speeches came at simple question today "ON11AND FINALNDIICNASOR liping .nd' Illmo, warIona!
T I portry Phone Ml I 11. t/l lllri 1 II NorlhNW
different meetings during the Does the sole profllwihartni NOTICE: R teorok Siva' 15.1 ..
'II ,,.. one 10/11 W > bedroom I ..,It, Oo 4ilor.dt
convention st which the churchIs casino In the automotive trdustry h.. .. lilo my .1 Pl.porl. tloctrlc i ily
.lill... for Ditlrioulion mPn.l .:'IGh:1oUi: :
,.
expected to take stands one survive or does U die? ''IICt'T.'J 5J'DAMMIK.ott.loH 14-Help Wanted Male. r.oo ram,. hat so she roe.Air Cen III.WO,

way or the other on Episcopal Working against a Thursday .1' Woomoor. <' I' Mirco blond Site down, till. p.' ..._h, ">
WEAPON Cdwtrdt AFB, Call, .f the led Ihol ea Ho lint day Wanted by ,l.r.tl. sod Into 'intludod, .
ot
AMERICAN I THO hot public view Involvement in civil rights midnight strike deadline, the 1141 I will apply t 0 theNueeils I

VF12A tht Lit Air Forces lop" loerel mttrcoptor. '.....1. 'ill two hug jcl ongmoi. Tlo., The diocese of Louisiana at Us company .l1d. In effect, let It Counly Judd.w C.IAer Mm Povtlopmtnt for l.nllr.11.bor.!Corporation 8... VINCE CONBOY

are reported up"bl. of driving Ih. plane arolthe Atlantic, is less than .0 """uln.I convention voted to present a die. The union, on the other s.d50P15.1. R.dpe'l and LvdNrba tar than average hourly 'It It"Mrv'I'.or...,
hand said let's tt alive lion ant final our>*r I.ma
resolution to the general con. keep f't:: .
ol the 0.1011 o sOe.o.md rattt, Call Midway I-8207:
trio .
ventlon which stalest "This This, however waa not the de.dal: The, fin day olOttooor J ..../M.ry both D.... 0.
Ml 1.7HI. 10-8 U rasa. I T. Air C Mil, ,onar and
Belle Glade Man body-.4he dlo ese of Louisiana" only trouble spot In the automo .IM. CI .tolleves that In for live Industry. / / Ch" .'a Moth.nlo tn4 Tochnilion ,. $10/00 101 Itlh Ave.M .
working riocwtrllWAnrflfLD
,
I rots Aloe with Air Con: ...._. t 4tl 1111 51
those paramount human General Motors Corp., kingpin AND UNOtNWOOOf wokIntl
Court rightsto d.n- in s e.peren.e goof
County Crew Leader For which all men are entitled of the automakers, still wsa f ..b t 1.a: .N.w'elr+llAIlerne. '. .en.illone.Loo, ,Potrlo pl.niy Ml, IUIIlt of w5,1Cai1 5$-lott For Sol.COMMINCIAL .

under God, property right must strikebound. Only 41 of ISO at.ths4lant ni HOII ea''Id'>i Stceml Mrsct5aAl
aawll<* >
also receive due consideration." settlements required .. ,....,.. Kill ".rat. a on ablerAnp.r1
Stilt sentences were handed out 50 days on a second charge 01 tile 1964 Ag CensusJohn Resolutions from the diocesesof to supplement the previously T.,.,.,..". Number IM. .,mPel alit Help Wanted A.. '."CoMoniorm. .* C'Attotlotot .
1N I IH4 111'.110'{
IS
II. <
In County Court yesterday by same nature. Marton J. Parriah South Carolina negotiated national contract had .
Mississippi Ti) o"l.,l......' ..nl... I. ..II n.w
Judge Richard M. Stanley to Don failed to appear In court 01a W. Hook.r of Belle Glade, and Alabama also would pro. been reached. That left 85 to go. NOTICP Of INTtNTION .... mod ttrt .Prefer beset '
"IGI'U" FICTITIOUS HAMS' ...,.......,.. .... Luiillo Cm Vircl" M.reaeoNNL
aid C. Weeks, Raymond P.GwalU speeding charge and a warrantwas Fla. has been named a crew vide for less active Involvementby Ford, which also bad agreedon Tho yn4r*'.".* *..* ri.f.., son man nio. with who hn o loon o d>.tiroAit Wright,
ney and Louise Cwaltney of Bon. Issued for his arrest. Ker. leader for the 1 IM4 Census of the Episcopal Church In the a national contract and had lily that I .... <..oMutn S MUMUIMOVIIIWM la out's b01hr Ilan svn55
ol III .,......>y r.... no f..,., .il on octivo DEWEY POLLY
Ita Springs on charges oIlDer. mlt J. Buchanan paid a $35 fine Agriculture, Thomas W. Me civil rights movementl.News settled] on most Ii.tbeoplant you
,...o.. rio...... _., trio <'.thane tnd reedy to ... If. .o toll
al possession of deer during clot.ed on a charge of wilful and wanton Whiner director of the region supplements with the UAW, gala Homo of Collior CvorilXM MutMim .d mothodt mutt kt MIA Itv.l

season and for having a load reckless driving, al office of the U. g. Bureau of strike call from an unexpected and Ih.t said' firm' M whe oomoo>o *nomotto4 ** of .Ions' with p hting to meet. REALTY
trio follo !i<| oorMOO ,ap10 last ans.admosiM plan
ed gun on Scenic Drive near Charles R. Jackson was MIlo the Census at Atlanta has an. source the Pattern Makers ploiot of looitlontotfallow se e d.mo Mh.rI'

Copeland. tend $50 or 30 days on a nounced. The new crew leader From League of North America (AfU fDWAPIO! NAVAKAt i n.o Wood bvoen.. CIo: ,,,11.,.. Penal Ptymoulhimotnol SalInn Q.. Decoy 1.1 A.Poly.. .No PlioltorCornor pn4Ml

Sentences on the deer chargewas : charts of no valid drivers ls one of about 1,823 persons CIO). len W "tI Sf N>...*". fwrirt.OoiwriHip J..,. Mirth Trill tamrsmTnd'

$200 or 90 days In Jail, license James T.Goddard charg.: throughout the U. I. to receive County Records Beta company and pattern", ,*wim to oo of toll Collwr.: .., Iv..gi,<4M .. ;ll/ If 0410059Acreage

plus a lOVlay: jail sentence which ed with running a stop sign was this appnudmed. maker sources agreed that a KOWANO NAVAMAI IM*
roust be served, and $100 or 60 smtMiced to $23 or 23 days prolonged strike by this tiny K 10 mII..."MMM> le t.f>r '. lilt 31-Uil A Found
.
The new crew leatfr01 tlork ol /" C r days on the charge: of having a Allowing an unauthorized person CHANCERY DOCKET union with a membership of /for Coliior County; fWriMo lo nee I'at, Suss, ,, Wnao auto eme 4* A rto |u md iM trtm Curl
tamdc.naurenum.orators .
resulted In sentence supervise a tor the said nomo of C. i,., I*. .own mm lull. List Mon NwK 1psc erA can.
loaded the Scenic Drive. to drive a less than 700 within ford's
gun on who will visit all farms Daniel and Mary Alice Zeig. 160, f,..M MvMwm ,Met the Krovit.on. I .".if or dud hosed on M'in "' ....,.
Charges of possession of gun of $)3 or 13 days against Fred ler ... petition for adoption 000 hourly rated employee N (II...... reel U**>* of Hft. *. /1 vvino. of ,immooiiot CAMiaatAN NgALTViM
and light at night against Ronald E. Moss. and inches in Collier county tn Mrrtlce mill v. C. C. Snail could take ford out of 1161 mod. H.l. of IMI. I ," ..I ..11., VIM Jin Jonnoon. TrJrt".""
collecofficial census question WifnoM Ale lent Ikio INS for P. Ptavy and James M. ZeculaD. Freddie Commodore was ""- ... divorce el production. 0
resulted In sentences of $2015or fenced $50 or 30 days on one naives from farm operators. Geneva Foe vs Lawrence Poe Wages, seniority and Job aecu.rity w" IMO.. HTOR
(0 days, plus 10 days which assault and battery charge and Enumeration of all farms In the ... divorce above levela of the ford. 0<'. II 10 1 for Sale ,Nat for trorlor Nuns M ft of
will take place In Kovem. C.m.nt f.ll, M.ry Ttnk ondJ..M
are to be served. Marcel Lacour was given a continuance on a county Edward K. Rogers va Cstelle UAW contract were al blue P% no Ml 1 iJoil ../ It If

forfeited a $50 bond by not ap. second charge: of the same n*. ber and early December.) M. Rogers ... divorce There appeared little chance: -r. LY k, >mH ftaHJ-, *>...(..IN rtt.*t*(. L*Ices>wirt {MALI: IV"iAliiTroi,. with

posting In court on a charge of lure. On a no valid driver's lie The census will be taken In Anna 9. Roger. J. L. Hunt the Sept, tilth! CM walkout ; t L wall' WattrN ..... and ti.itrmlr' .low Sownpoymonii

taking game without valid tense charge against him he was the following ways Shortly after er, et al... foreclosure would te ended before next .mpe..e || Nr>4 f il toty tormoHiOM Vwooodroomi

license senttnced $ZS or 23 days. November S, the Bureau of the Nathan S. GumerUck va First .... AU told, the CM strike ;,.,.., ...... I' IAItI :! SCHOOL Iwokolh AREA*. I"

In other cases heard Carrie A charge of failure to stir Census, an agency of the V. .. Naples Corp., and Abaeon D*. has Idled almost 100,000 of the :. aisle.IooS whoa' T ioaVwndi .oil It WON ........ fore.

B. Allen was given an option dJS render reglstrstlon and drivers Department of Commerce, will velopment Ltd ... foreclosure. company's 50,000 UAW..epre.senied i i led aawleee "'.11

$ or 35 days on a public pro. license: against *. T. McCulleywas mall Census questionnaires ball Esther M. Evans vs William B. hourly employee MARLOWE AND BECK

faulty charge Richard Pearson dismissed, and a similar rural oxJlol lre. Those r qutr. Evans ... divorce Stalemate continued on the 24-,., enalM ALTOMt'
tPOR to
was given sn option of $30 or charge against James Perkinswas ed to tu.: out the forms should Joseph Grover Dupree: Ethel American Motors trod The n "LCOffO& ANONYMOUS MI" ; trtl, YHDI.Ace: FMSIHM

30 days on a charge of aaaault also dismissed. do so and hold the Questkmnsires Rae [)uprH ... divorce company said the union waslotine i oro>on->on wet drMMindpro .a A c'lNt' Ll/rir o""
and battery. Edwin D. McCUl was Following cases were con. until census enumerator comes Charlotte Henderson vs JamesE. the same settlement It .o, At* for .ip ky 11? ,il Mroo r..'* lor eovoioemont,
Ml I .... ..,.,
>4 H! t ord'iMtomo .1 lo My one
given a sentence of sU months tlnuedt James W, Bryant grand to collect them. At that time, the ruse ... Boo.Mont. reached wit, the Big Three, Mootinft m f>rt il rtott' .It frowini orto. n' < 0"OihtMKriood
which was withheld for a period larceny; Harmon t. Ray, tree enumerator will help answer any plus profit sharing ..,.... CrMtrtft A.o oi on Its knowTd retail, i
of Dan $bsw assault and that nave proved The UAW denied thli tt said v II itIK AM ovo..r Toot ind ,.:.es a< |7. tOO. Soy II now
five
years pending support passing; questions nay COMMON LAW DOCKET 2J Oy./oe34PM. r ti or eo IIO.M* g tollon t
payments made each ..... battery; James A. Matt .,po. troublesome.Th: i. t. wiggles vs red's Barn, U web willing |e give up the ,.,-

Harry C. Weber was sentenced session of alcohol: by minor Rob. rrr leader is a key person Inc, ... distress for rent. pqutvalent It agreed to forego U Jo-Wented To Ivy hn. N KA.e Io'0......
$23 or 23 days on one worth art L. Radford possession of aU Joe Ambers IMIIO win profit sharing,
in, conducting a Census. of vs W. N. Inmaa ..... ... ROBERT
N.
.less check charts and $50 or cobOl by minor and driving with Artt assure He recruits and -. suit for judgment. TM company said the nloa I ad IM .snt.nn 1'I' Free JAEGER

'out Oghts and MecbeU Brown trains the enumerators, srfced. should agree to pus up the so. i.e MaeMos. std a-Miplol tl =n tIC T.I t HMdown
S. .m I' JT It and
tro
lea their work, reviews the ax. MARRIAGE LJCtME tMVCD railed annual Improvement
The .-R't- 0 to or month Mo iMoroHIMM
Wrecking Crew following charged with Croon of completed forms, and fred Leo rentes, HaUandale '[actor Ia... contracts le pro. .1 eM Ct'Oor.Mill ii It I Ono silo from itqat

Runs Into Nest speeding failed to appear la court condor U difficult Interviews.The and Jane L. Danks, Chicago.Hunt ride a CUtJl.Olllof any profitless J I ,0.11.., r.tyL.Ny r.i: open aundt j/14 if

and bonds In the matte show Censos of AgrtenlUre ta rear tr years 31Auto* '>r Sale

Of Copperheads were ordered estreatedi Dewey taken every five years In rears TM a n a e a I Improvement.'an 62-BuUnen Property

R. Gargtula, $23; Claries r. ending In> "*" and 'V to (.. Burglars, e I. e automaticallypaantees W SSJ'T.W'S'

RADFORD. Ye- (AP) -Dem.I Clark, $2% Jack Ares, $2V; ther information on the nation' Who workers eacb year a ''.*." Aye M IItII II a/ii Ntpiot Woll'wtl.- .' ..''''" *ON/Va drinllt lit

I olttton workers backed off when Charles A. Ovens, $%5; John B. agrlruiural: reeovrces and production Had Thirst decent berry or a M per cent if kdrotm I bolt homo r\|

I they enc'wered a nest of about Gregory$251 Timothy B. Nub 1tIc:* Information U vtUl For Knowledge mage Increase, ouch ever lareaier. -1"IC.a Tractor II.l In.u.sent Mbar kuomo.t fcuoinooi,,,,,..OwM. ..dN

I SO poisonous copperhead snakes $JS; diaabeU A. Odnan. $10 caking eecislons affect. The current average 0 5.100e NIt ....11....
in .
I .In a bunding they were tearing Randolpn Pope, Jr., $25; Rodger lag sum segments. of the C. f. CARLSBAD N.1(. (AF)-". straicftMlme wage la figure elfj.ci lye.. ".../..sad- I I lose IH rh O ..I.M..s 0.... 15Al. ;S :::IAN pcobu..rhN.1

I down Monday. 'The fire depart. H. Fwttr, $ZS; Harold ILinssen, ecoNI. Dun ptJ-red Inctode lice said Uirglars entered the hourly by the Bureau ofUkhcr AITIR SIX- -New .>NW M..* .."d lro..t_ AoeelellaeaN ..

[vent ranve to the reseve' and $)0t Beaton E. K /Do47, "5;; Dee oomfcer and .1... of farsu, Carlsbad school system ndmln.tstrallve MallsUca.k Ding crestion. modeled In arsgeentq. ...... v...... 555,500. ONe....,-. Vvpil ....,.....

tend the balhUnc don.tfNEw and lotert tL Wkkop $23. Striate and harvest ot crops, offkee Monday and IMI, the CAM agreed I tie London It sn Item In tUrdy' .. -c.WnUiM0Aa orti toi two W"a'

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I Ia. ; Isbell. i.Cantmued Red Terrorists Free

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| eye whleh became better organ.

hid thU morntng Gales extend. it ( III I I I
Episcopalians Take e4, WU$mUes J4| all directions l I it Col. Smollen Unharmed
The Morm was moving to the
n rtk. orthe *t at five miles anJttgh ,
-, CARACAS, Venezuela (AP- demned Communist let tour.
Stiff At tide crashed tnto the Communist terrorists released terrorist In South Viet :Nun
Rap Barry ouHweet Cuban coast and seas U.S. Air Force U. Col Michael Various; anonymous telepiunn'

grew werjr. all the way up both Smolen unharmed Monday night callers had reported such i <,.
Florida coasts Jo Tampa BI)' after two of the flvt.man gang poials.

and Cape Kennedy Small craft YI that abducted him Friday were South Viet Nam police s. ur< us
On Race 'Exploitation'By sailors, were warned to stay in t t arrested reported that tilt exacutho of

port or protected waters. I >r sr Sroolen, blindfolded was put the terrorist mentioned in ion.
larder Wind will rise to gale force r out of a car about 11 p.m. on a section with the Smolen ab GEORGE W, CORNELLST. contempt by their own expressed. over the lower Florida Keys by street comer In eastern Cara. tlon, Nguyen Van Tro, 19. still
for the federal Judlcl.I Wednesday afternoon, the caa. A passing police car spotted .
was scheduled for Thursday
AP
LOUIS Mo. ( ) I / .
.
ary, especially for the U.s. &
than 700 Eplscopalbas, Includ.I Court' Weather Bureau said. him almost Immediatelyand Smolen was the second Amer.
Ins 10 bishops, today accusedthe ;I preme said the statement Off the Southwest Florida Gulf took him to a police station. lean officer to be ah.lu ted i ai' I
Republican presidential Coast, fishing boats took a beat He arrived at the embassy early then released unharmed }i\ Red
The
candidate and his running mate "statement' of conscience lug\ in heavy seas and the CoastGuard \ today, said he felt fine and reported terrorists. Last November, U.t>.
racism
on In
of a "transparent exploitation of; the presidentialcampaign" was kept on the run, .) i% he had been treated well. Army Col. James I1CII.lult, II s
racism among white Itteens.\ William A.'strlngfellow.'Oew'was ,Issued hers by dropping pumps to leaky flKhlng"A'lot I ; ;lt Interior Minister ConialoBar.rlos held for eight days. Ui. i i iiai: ',-.
said the two terrorists ..
The statement was Issued I York City D'Affaires Joluj Hill said bmlen's ,
attorney and promt
of boats are jetting
seized in downtown Caracas
a captivity appareith
here concurrent with the trlen. r:-nt. Episcopal layman, who has was
and springing
nial general convention of the'been banged around apartment early Monday wereSnanleh.born shorter because the "olk wore
active In church I
: service Guard
leaks said Coast
a
Protestant Episcopal Church. members of the closing in.Smolen.
projects In ftorlem.
spokesman at St. Petersburg. 1 t ) Red called the talked with
It accused Sen. Barry Cold He said underground newsmen
water, the GOP nominee, and i was distributed that the statement\ "We dropped so many pumps, ) 1 t / J Armed Forces of National Lib. after a reunion at the embasM
the party's vl:e presidential clergymen tq and l.loo! Eplaro.pal we ran out. Since then It's beena 411A eratlon (FALN). with his wife Marian, of Bock
laymen back
candidate, U.s. Rep. William E. race getting a pump U Reliable sources said nine ford. HI. He was kidnaped 1)1
whom he
felt "might share my from vessel In time to get / : 1
Miller, of "manipulation of concern about the one 1./ a other suspected terrorists were the way to work after having
yactat}crests| t'
racism among white cltlrens. So far it tq another one. i t o picked up Uter. breakfast with his wife mil
Rrlngfellow said, 728 A conflict between IsbeU, and
.
Ms their four children.He
Smolen told
Goldwater himself is an had newsmen
Episcopalian Miller Is a Ro. returne signed q It tohlm the statement and a cold front stalled over the ,ROUTE MARCHING' I A patrol of Vlttnimut marines I II reputed en watert abductors said they kidnaped appeared well but tired.

man Catholic. Many of them Florida Straits b ought the |H.y reeve along a dike, 'In Long An province. The silhouetted troops are surroundedby him to make propaganda for He wore his Air Force uniform,
are Iheapproximately
"They have sought to frighten 8,000 Episcopal among worsening weather over' the Florida. rice ihoott *t they penetrate the flooded rice piddiee' hiding' plicit of the Viet Cong!. their underground war againstVenezuela's hut without a coat or tie.
As the warm air a trop.
democratic Smolen said his kidr 's
citizens govern. :ape
by the
equating .
Negro here
ace
frpm across (11.loul: ) leal encountered the cool
storm
} took him to one place end
struggle for freedom with crime try for the Chur h'4 legislative menu
and violence In the streets front, It was forced upward to The 45.year-old officer fromChandler there I stayed" lie said ms
convention. However
the docu. condense Into rain. A deluge hit said his abductors abductors seemed to I be 'a team
while at the same time encour. ment was not a part of( official Weather Ant., -
south Florida Monday and Review "
of three At least two men
aging disrespect for law and convention business.: Tourism Still Vital Here never mentioned any planto
heavy rain was falling today in trade him for poHtll prison. were with him at all time ne
Strlngfellow said he did notcon.lder
the Florida Keys. Max. Mm. lisle
ers in Venezuela or for a con. said.
Senator Cain it a proper subject. for A the seas roughened with Oft 3 02 71 0.00
the convention agenda. the slow advance of the storm
Oct. 4 110 76 008
But Other Factors
Among the bishops signing the up from the Caribbean Sea, Brighten
document Oil S 89 71 Oil
were
Here On FridayHarold small' craft: sailors south of
James A. ;pike of San F'Francis Tampa Bay and Cape Kennedy Of I. II 80 63 OSi :SEE & HEAR.

R. Snowball, chairmanof co, Donald Hallock of Mtlwau. were warned to stick close to BIKIIKW Pidiirfi-fhflmhfir Orl 7 81 60 0.00
Executive] kee, Frederick Putnam pf QWa., Ort, 8 81 61 0.00kL '
the Democratic port.A ..... ... . '
homa, J. ptuart Wetmore/ of - -- ( ,
Committee, has announced that slow Increase In Intensitywas V 86 68 0 00 A'RRY'GOlDWATER

the committee will sponsor a New of York City, Chandler Ster.I forecast as IsbeU moves across The business picture Is and "shape It to best comple- I 0,5 l tupplnd' by Car'bbtan Gird,", :
ling Montana
Charles 'sellof '' '
coffee for Senator Harry P.Cain, Cuba's extreme western "
fcartpn changing. In this community, ment the community, keeping
at 8 a.m., Friday, October 18, Albany, lj.V.I Wne of, province of PJnat' : Pel Rio Into
: eastern Oregon, 'Theodore ,,c. the whlcn always, has been thought Naples the town that attracted As we know it today, paper iON:
Florida Straits.
at the Club Gale winds
Moorings Country ,
of the these businesses In the first came into being in ,
Crea of Dallas, Kilmer Myers of solely is a resort area, currency '
dining room. high tides, rough seas and heavy
The general public Is Invitedto [ Michigan and Paul Moore of fain were predicted. for the Greater Naples Chamber of place, and preserving the atmosphere 1716 when John Law Scottish 'NB 'TEtE.VISION
financier I c: I and speculator
hear Senator Cain speak on Washington, D.C, province. Commerce said today which helps these
the candidacy of Lyndon B. John[' As the convention went Into Winds In the Ftyrtda Keys will "In recent years, the pro- firms and all other facets of established a national bank in 8 ::3fQ9'fi( M"
France and
son for President, Snowball said. Its third day, Church represent, begin building up this afternoonor minence of agriculture In the our economy to prosper." began to Issue . ,
hives heard a Negro flatly de. tonight, the Weather Bureau local community has been a paper money.
violence M tvl)
well' nounce the ld, growing realization, M that
James Bos Life of .
rights movement IIIIIIIIIIIIIII HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIMMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' '
innnuoulnmmnunm9munnuuunuuu9mmmuu9un''' '' ''
Samuel Johnson" generally Is He la Dr Martin Linger., I JClnj Highest !winds were estimated activity has reached an annual
considered the greatest biography Jr., who called:, Juch, ( '., 5Q mlfes} tin hour in squalls volume of $20,000,000" the LET'S

ever written. both Impractical V*. 'JnmoriljNOON ,the around storm(the poorly U wis defined moving eye on o Anorthnortheast | Chamber Further noted., the, Chamber now JALK ABOUT 1

course at five cites the growth of manufacturing
miles an hour.

I I and residents fabrication have Most! Naples of- YOUR

I ft STOCKS the Industrial thou DOCKING I

nomic
Big Chance ForSouth activity/ non-existent,
i the organization said BOAT

NEW YORK (AP)- Situ, ks at nhoni But It pointed out that It,

Fla Pw 51H Pa RR 42'/4 Bryant recently has been working with I

AWl Chal 23% Fla PIlL 84 Penney COVi three Industrial firms interested -

Alcoa 62>A Ford 61% Pep Colt 58V4 Tells Governors In Naples. One of them BOAT
'
FrmM Da U% PhUMor ,1I11t., HOMEAT
Am Air 45% here
Am Can 43 Frept Sut U51s Philip* 95% SAN ANTONIO, 1',.. (AP)- another recently has began been operations committed YOUR I
to
Frueh Tr 83\4 RCA 84% Gov. Farrls Bryant says the
AmMot AmCyan Gills 19"J Gen Dyn 38 ,a I jte sq 49%. Fouth, changing at a, tremen. locate here, and the third has I
AT&T 891 Vi Con $1: 8a s j. 'Reylon 38 I%. jous pace, Naples at the top of ks list of HAVENDOCKING
AmTob 36% Gen Fda 88'/i' ReyTob. 43% "This Is the South's great op. prospects and will announce ks I
Ampl Cp 17% Gen Mills 44 6tReg> 32% portunlty Pryant said MondayIn decision In 30 days, the Chamber
Anaconda 55'/' CenMtrs 101% Seaboard 58"% calling on Southern governors revealed.
Armour BJV4 Goodrich 57Vi Sears 124'/4' to provide leadership to carry Newly opened Is Municipal

Babcock 36 Coodyr 48Vi' Sinclair, 90% the South Into the front seat ot Supply and Sign Corp., with a at your HOME I

Beth Stl 40% Greyhnd 23% I Socony 85% progress. plant on Fifth Avenue North Berths a
Gulf Oil 59 SouthnC 94 V4 Bryant, chairman of the IT- is I Moorings Supplies I
Boeing 63V4/ near the ACL tracks "This i a great pleasure if I have
Borden 77 Iiit nary 845/4 Sper1WI.. /plate regional governors conference firm you Storage Water Taxi Repairs I
relocated from
Brunswt 8% Int Nick 87>A EtBrand. 75"% said the South'* "great op. Arcadia," the Chamber to Naples said W. treat your boat like it was our own. pamper it i
6tO Nj 88 !. portunlty" lies In planning to the
36
CaterTr 36% Tnt Pap and manufactures traffic necessary gear so you'll enjoy it every moment. You'll like our service i
Studepak 71% meet fourth dlm.n tona1" con.Irol
Celanese 70 Jones*L 84 pew and our facilities but best of all you'll like our rates
Ken'cott 928/s W\ft a flV.. living. signs, such as stop signs, :!
61 GjvHSlc.llordropln..soon.
Chrysler CocaCola 132 UII My 84'5Lorlllard / I Texaco 65Thlokrt "Leadership will go' to those Owner Ben Newcombe tells WE HAVE A COMPLETE SELECTION I

Com Ed 55t Vi 43 states and regions that win the the Chamber that he has four

Con Edls SS'/i Mag'vox J3V4MMtM 1U Carbld iZSt/'j' ,race with change," Bryant told salesmen on the road selling. Wele
Coot Can 46V 9DVa I Unit Alrc 98% an opening business session. the company's products, and m I
Mohasco 15'4Monl'to Un Fruit t 18US Citing the explosive expansionof
Dow Che 73% that the firm does business
6tee|. 6\ education )to Florida Bryant
83%
duPont 274 with 50
more than cities aU 'DOCK FIH.E rKNDFICSAirfilled
Mont Wd 424> U4Y Mat 15% ,aids "Changes have already MOORING WHIPS
EAL 37'4E. 40 Florida which over Florida. moulded heavy duty vinyl fender 80' junk \ 8' rtismeter.
% In
84 Wutctl taken place
Nat Dalr /. ,
Kodak 129% .
Wlnn pt t 311% have rapid and so recent Another small firm, which Quarter rut away with ur wlthuut stiffen i pl.h i r
28 been so
Dist
Firestone 44% Nat adaptation eiliren "f storks, mil
will of over giuml pikhulkh' ail I'
N.AmAv SlVi \v9QlW1 88tr\ that we haVe not yet adJusted engage processing .
,
wallt and remmerrlal (
1 rea many uses omen r m plastic materials for the South
Florida TIIFRE'S NO SECRET TO GETTING: YOURSELF with or without (trommel May lie holtvil down m 1 I.i" I i
consumer market has
ALL TIED IT THE RK.IIT/ ; WAY position
been organized by a local resident MOORING SAFETY THE WHIP DOES IT! SHOCK ABSORBFU! I FENDERS ie
the Chamber disclosed. A Muni For llomfx, Yacht (luhs, Marinas, da Iock.This l '
80 ho Uu Won't 1 fleliete It .
Easy Quick
.
"
This development "will be publicly device eenAltahes easily to samara r round' WIHM! mot I iiinmt r'
Is the dmplen "Du-It.yourself" mooring
.. hulkhala end rating dorb.
announced within a few
invented, Patent Number 3.120,831, reaelwves
weeks with with Impart No moving /purls V.w high' 'inpm
plans to commence
Aa FOR leas plastic tuhmif r..ordindHl with ruhlx i hi-vr nw, ,i ,,, ul'
OUTBOARDS ISIIO\RII1'
operations sometime there CRUISERS . :
a 4rA after/ STRONG SOLID FLEXIBLE FIBERGLASS WHIPS designed the J shock Long life rompliulynil/ urn
and built to defy the tlem nt.. liltant. Fully guaranteed for I yeirde .
LOOKING AROUNDAn assemblies lvaillble 5', 7' '. 'ti"
I"nlfth
,'helr tenetonVertieal are In $
&rflt Itnnll'th and Ilexlblllly under the correct
,, ,
electronics firm which (coordinated with the rubber torsion mountl In the bare asaem.l5 with two ur more contact pubis oof ''''flunKn, Abiies
operates several plants In themldw.st allows the boat complete freedom of motion without u.u.ny .firlut for host up In H
and Is hitting dork. Rmm.IIfI.-t A/I..lnll/ I. 8 to If) fret apart for 1.,1
east presently r..t and for lu<<.r buatl space up too III'
investigating Naples as a site lilt iVhIps automatically adjust themselves to all conditions ofthhty Rl.ltH.IUnU: : ""U'I\ >STIUI"'ISfi

for a new plant, the Chamber Surge sea and wind by malnialninc ronntatH ""U or tenllnScllci! wv .._ loot j> ," wide, rosy 10, plrl(' un p.". "n'.'
said. Other Florida cities out against the mooring lines, tint eliminating stress and strain,.. .? ke>L
are Jour
on the hull and fittings thru the use. of the atandard. hardware '
being considered: but Naplesnow on the boat.GONE IKCK ( VTH!
heads the list. 10' IS" l length. Auot'|.4 nylon, plastic and II.nllla. ) LimI i
ARE YOUR DOCKING WORRIES Even. the tow'Let.< slue sit. ...I..te. to dOl the uhulr. 'u'"
The plant It It locates here, boy the sudden a aid that big boat that Just ..nt'YII.M. art YIIII a' N.pM| ??,, ,'x, lulre. rr.,d4!'.'
wouldbegln operations this win- by. Relax let the whips be yew watenman er.... They are erestMend tfielnt
ter, the Chamber revealed. It

would be the largest Industrial

operation In Naples.

A recent listing of local Industrial -

r w firms, compiled by the ATBOAT

Chamber, has over 30 firms.
This list ranges from shell

r'I exporters, to research and development HAVEN

to mining and boat Dry

A. building, in contrast to the traditional Our covered storage for Boats 20' 35' includes We
.. one-name listing! of Na Storage
pIes' Industrial enterprises a private shower and convenient docks. All the serVatch

RETURN. tion's But Outboard testing Marine station no Corpora longerIs for vices you would expect in a first class operation. Your

the ,Industrial firm here. Boats Also storage the live-aboard
open or
convenBoat
John Smith, Naples Chamberof
Commerce Industrial com and fences of electricity) water telephone and TV cable.

mittee his chairman group "believes commentedthat the Cars Parking within 50' of your boat at any Dock. Night


PAUL ROGERS Industrialization area has [already of begun the Naples and.U of Get the best you'll find its the cheapest in the and

bound to continue: Course long run Day
The Industrial committee'sgoal.

Smith said, is to work 9' high lockers for covered slips.

with this Industrial eloprwm!

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