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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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BIG MAN ON THE PLATFORM NEA, Client
Most Editors

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Eelgsr ;, See Johnson as WinnerBY


BRUCE BIOSSAT

THURSDAY OCTOBER IS, 1964 fl Washington Correspondent

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Newspaper Enterprise Ann.WASHINGTON.

(Isbell Was A Lady, By GollySheriff -e
(NEAT)

boarding up housei and business establishments NEA client editors predict overwhelmingly! that; President

Doug Hendry is quoted as lust in case Isbell did come In l: t Lyndon for B Johnson the presidency will defeat on nOVo Sen.3. Barry Goldwater of
Arizona
saying, "tsbell, was a lady" We cannot barreling In like a freight train, But you zt In a broad-rsngtn Newspaper Enterprise Associate

but agree with him She threw her can probably get odds that somebody '11n'n that drew' replies from 47 of the SO states, the 380
editors were recorded as follows:
weight around little, will. responding
very 85 cent of those reporting-picked Joha.
e 323-some per
Collier Countlans are, of course, As matter of fact, Collier Countlans QR05pERITy son "Inner. '

grateful that' tsbell caused only minor who remember dear Donna In 1960 \\ e 51-Just 13.4 per cent-chose Coldwater.

damage In the area. No one should com- should be very happy about the whole six ventured no opinion.
cent of the respondents in the Old South
Almost 90 per
plain about the time and expense of incident. / \ and 78 per cent of those reporting from the Midwest, namedJohnson

the likely victor

I Be Practical About Kooks Who Irk 1 P'I I 14 ', IX THIS EDITORS' POLL the Presidents margins were

equally wide in all other sectors of the country.
asked also to specify which of the
There this fellow who beavers who honk their The editors were two
was flippedover Eager hornsat major part nominees would carry their individual states

what he violently regarded as the drivers In front of them the split sec Their replies, broken down by states, assign to the Pre t.

wanton thoughtlessness of some Indi- ond the traffic light starts turning green HER' it$SUES .i dent a total of 27 states with 332 electoral votes ((279 neededto
.ty with 170 electoral
Goldwater's 1$ states vote.
wIn). to
viduals toward others. Actually, of course, this guy couldn'tdo For eight states and the District of Columbia these together .

Brother, was he upset I much about all this except to come r 'It t having 36 electoral votes, the results are either too

Special I targets of his wrath were: to a fast burn every time he saw it hap- 7y 'H few or are Inconclusive.
e The state-bystate breakdown is. It should be noted !In
Cigar smokers who puff placidly in pen To do more might have gotten hima rough accord with several published surveys-though It gives

crowded elevators whilst gazing non- punch In the nose \ rI somewhat more strength to Goldwater than do these other

chalantly at a sign proclaiming smokingIn So nothing happened, except to his 1 1 li samplings.
elevators Is Illegal. nerves and disposition.And Of the 380 responding editors (or publishers), 109 said
their newspapers are endorsing Goldwater, while almost as
Drivers who casually straddle the to his wife's nerves arid dispo- w 1 many-106-said their endorsements were going to President -

lines between parking spaces, thereby sition. He finally got the message that r{ Johnson.

taking two she thought he be Johnson's 106 endorsements include 29 newpapers which
mis-
up spaces. was getting to a
have switched from a traditional Republican endorsement
Characters who talk out loud at mo- erable old crab. policy in 1964. Goldwater's 109 Include five-all in the Old

vies. So he said to heck with the whole ; 'k-r r'Y' 1 South-which this year have turned away from customary
r
Gals who blow cigarette smoke in thing and decided to let these thoughtless "IItCJRR/S-- Democratic endorsement.

your face at lunch counters and in check schnooks go on behaving like .t' .'; ; 1 ', EVEN THOUGH EDITORS in all regions conclude over

lines at supermarkets.Kooks schnooks. ? whelmingly that Johnson will win nationally, those In the
Midwest Ohio. Indiana. Illinois Iowa and Kentucky .
assign
now
who play transistor radios full Which was thoughtful of him and
to Goldwater and those in the Old South give Gold-

blast on buses end at ball games. practical, too. WASHINGTON. 'AND"SMALL :, water Alabama. Georgia Florida, Louisiana and Virginia
Goldwater's strategy for victory it should be rememberedcalls

I What Will They Do Next? : BUSINESS"This among for the success larger In states California., plus a Texas healthy illinois assortment Indiana of state Ohio

triumphs in all sectors except the Northeast. NEA editors
., rC.W.Hl N. .P' lit:
We heard the other day of a fellow he came back to work feeling better today give California and Texas tq Johnson.

who must ba a real nut. than when he left. GETTYSBURG, Pa. ((AP) While only a fair number of replying editors offered
of courses the nil: recently had le say about "evIremtom
Former President Dwlfht D. elaborating comments it is interesting that among those who
drove the back roadson lesion, when political chargeiand ,
This character Well, It takes all kinds. And if some eel Eisenhower was 74 years qld yea. did there was little evident enthusiasm for the President-
rend the
countercharges
his vacation and some days didn't showoff wants to make a big thing out autumnal air It li perhaps I He recently said when at a terday. even when editors were choosing him to win.

travel more than 100 miles. of seeing something Interesting on his difficult for many people to loss for word to describe a Eisenhower, with a grin and a Quite typical of these comments was that from Pat Shrock,
know who's on Met with aU the man one does not like, political glance at Tuesday' tunny editor of the Greenfield Ohio, Times who wrote:
He even got out of the car now and vacation Instead of staying on the turn- ballyhoo with cliche, slogans, concepts with which one skits, told newsmen, "If the tun "People may have some reservations about Johnson, but

then and took time to walk a while when pike where any real vacationer belongs, and other loud siiertlon And disagrees, of the fellow who keeps this way I guess I'll jet they hate uncertainty about Goldwater."
he found that the advent of the electronic borrows book and never returns la a few holts of gnU"
it's free
something was especially a country and who's to stop
media hat them II hat become a SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)
Interesting.He him? made the popular pastime to hurl the Actress Arlene Dahl bat

claimed he enjoyed it and that Makes you wonder, though, aitustlonevenmore 'barge ""extremist"toe divorced Christian R. Holmes, i"e
per
heir to the Flaltchroann yeast
l plexlng. !Inu. a He went on te aay "There fortune, and her third husband
much at y! term to be no agreement on" Superior Court ranted the NATIONAL OUTLOOK
even the a definition for "extremism.
others most absurd It would appear to me that divorce Tuesday. i
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM-OTHER PUBLICATIONS slogan, repealed such a thing as a S32J billion NEW YORK (AP) Actress Part-Time Job Seekers
Pier hat out
often federal debt la extremism| II AngeU sworn a
enough over would site appear that the U.S. warrant for the arrest of her ax.
the sir somehow Supreme Court saying how several husband, singer Vie Demons, by pIO.GI'GfDO.1f
takes on c w H.rdtran states shill elnt their leg chaffing him with kidnapingtheir
cure of credibility\ ,I lulalum I. rxtrrmlim." Rrp.DnVdy 9-year.old ton, Perry. i ,.gP'o'. .
,,. e else went on te ..,. Demon hat filed suit In Call .. ,s xremployment
P It I I. ,..elble K the founding "Figuring prominently In recent forma to rain custody of Perry Although the great maJor- rate for part-
father hid ,1..lInd the 'rxtrrmlnti actions have
of
ity the American labor time
advent of radio and TV workera was slightly
they been the riot and demomlra
would have made J r..Id.n.U.I force consists of full-time lower than the rate for full-
ting mob In New York, Brook
D J1tI1Mplptrr D and Cnngreiclonal election lyn Harlem, Manhattan, Rorh NEWS FROM workers, a substantial and time workers in May, 19S7,

tilts A ll NAnONAt _.. come In different year. eater and Maarhuett The WASHINGTONASSOCIATED apparently growing, propor- but It was substantially higher -
IIWSPWWtEX ,, eelActually I only thing oonntrwtlve that tion Is made up of those who 'In May 1964. Between the
from the ulnndpolnlof could come out .11..t vlnlrnreU choose to work part-time. In two dates the number of un
y, ttOtltSUV1 il : business welfare, economic thai the leftist llberala will PRESS May, 1964, the part-time employed in the full-time labor
Y i +d futures, el al. the!! most important Hnally rerognlie that the rommunUt workers accounted for 14 per- force Increased by one-
..\" declllon people must are Indicating and inciting cent of the total labor force, fifth, while the number In the
make this November are he tome elements among WASHINGTON (AI'A. u compared with 11 percent part-time labor force more
election to Congress the people to do these thing usual the 100 senators did more In May, 1957. than doubled. This plus the
i3&llt's1)1 tel' e e e talking, spent more time, and This U a fact of some interest fact that the
Yet due electioneering' tlaelectronic In lad I, Rep Dowdy, although part-time group
bush produced leas legislation than In Itself, since It Illustrates now has a larger In
weight
)erboJ !, certain pat things as already stated Is a the 435 representatives In the the adaptability of the econ- the total
accounts at least in
cold. One aide .
are attempt member of the party that hurl recently ended congressionalsession. to the
omy special circumstances -
I* say the other party I* composed charge of 'extremlim" was part for the growth In unemployment -
of extreme altra-llberala. himself. labelled of individual workers between the two
OctoW,h H.II"'".!N.w..,..,..y Ooy, H...'.*,....efcwrfof The ether aide labors t* Impute due to I bill he an caught extremist trget A poat-jesslon Issue of the on the one hand and to the periods

S .pt,...., ..",-.sloe *.........,..,..,. all .Into bp: day everybody In the apposing paiird Congressional Record showed special requirements of certain A comparison with 1957 is
that the Senate net 188 days employers on the other.
party la reactionary to the 005
core. This, of routes. I* not Ills bill wa one .kk-h would from Jan. 7 through Oct. 12 The part-time labor force consists first especially half significant of that since the the
true, deny to homosexuals license 3d days more than the 148 days mainly of women and year la
On with boom and a last
Saturday Next toot
J a a period In which total un
le trek charitable contribution the House was In ....100. teen-agera. Part-time employees
We salute the )'oUDllad. of the newspaper route. For example, one party I I- lo promote and protect sexual The Senate was In session !,. are concentrated In the cent employment of was about 4 per
the
attacked for extremism perverilon In America So per 350 hours, more than twice the trade and service Industries.. labor force-a
The lads and Old Grads will attend the affair level which the government
.e. hap. It ran now be said that 624 hours chalked up by the
,I No lest than three Presidents, thru, will be there! Tel there I I. perhaps no more anyone who ronlder homoaexallly House Statistical Impact economists regard at the tar-
of a dyrd-ln-the-wool Democrat Inderrnt Immoral and The Senate totals were A very slgnlncant aspect of get at which. we should aim
I Plus framale Swetra and Doctor Ralph. BuntbeTktjf than Rep.. John Dowdy of Tea repulsive ran be branded an swelled by a filibuster over the the rising number of part- our current policies.
pedaled route and the lunch. a*. nut It la Interesting what he "extremist". ClvU time workers U : But we already have hit the
a they'll come to x......, r......',.see 1.vMMne a"1., ,.. new Rights Act and lest Its effect on I 19S7
arduous talk aboi lerislatlvn the statistics of employmentand target with respect to the
And CUef Justice Warren, another big wheel, redistricting decisions-of- the unemployment. The national largest and most critical augment '

Plus J.s.OA W Maggie, and reverend Peak . Supreme Court. total published each of the labor force-
.:-' i a the 3S2 public laws enacted month for the number of un- adult male full-time workers.
Just picture Ed BuOlvatj paaaing the fruit this year, 274 originated In the employed adds Indiscriminately The unemployment rats

To Cardtaal gpeflsaM (yet, At had A route!) House and only 104 In the Sen. those who are looking among men twenty or older
ate On private but, 147 were for full-time work and those who are full-time members of
And tee Artkw C4Mltre"bo'e spinning a yarn off Hi: r nAdoe, SARD House measures while 38 began who are looking for part-time the labor force, was S3 percent
To hasty S. Truaae and General Dave Ssreoff. \t ;"'JCROSS rAC C In the Senate.WASHINGTON. work. since the pattern and in May, 1857-and exactly -

., C T u D E S iirR,6 A nI trend of unemployment differs the same figure In May,
And lettke BU Douglas it toying with sherbet, ; J. IIllIh nd.I A T O M C K C (AP) A among the two groups, 1984.
I Kuld!: al JS llursuunng
(II.'. hemmed in by Hoovei, both Edgar and Herbert); light wuud/ A'RIC' _A P,A R SiC R Senate study group says It can this has a considerable Im The fact that the Increase
take to five of
.n up years costly :;pact on the combined figure In unemployment has been
a 17alme 76ul: mjII1'i C 0 S 1 V
And next Demob Day will conduct fine litigation to settle a case before New data Just released by concentrated
a ting, S Amt,, 2'01 II" IIIIt hut t o A among part-
P'p
I L some federal regulatory I I the Labor
agtn
Assisted by Crosby (none other than Bug). rudem ullr nil Department permit time workers, women and
11 'fork sdsm :u Cunnn p A S T VD C C C R V ties. i us to separate the full-Unit tetn-agera should not be

And then comet Bob Hope who will hand out tome Oscars, torn Judwm53.Sired E R i T C O R Chairman Edward V. Long, Then Jbuv Durute, complete with proboscis- H Imedsegg A R L T'C' B I n Cl4. D Mo., of a Judiciary subcom.: |group and examine their unemployment It does throw an Illuminating
olttee said la a Issued
report i
ShiM :nurlll.. S A V I n C n A 'TIE. S rates separately sidelight on the nature of the
(And if to that rhyme you're 'inclined to say OuchotThere'll 1Shdd. uppet. 36 PublIC NIT 0 iE T E Tuesday that the situation Is j rtpures are available for comparing unemployment problem. It
getting worse.
ik rehKie ] the trends between raises a question whether -
to
Old at
be Grad who
an can top it- Hi Creech!
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May. 1SJ7. and
16. Ruman S7 ilormoa soluTioN OP TISTESDAT'S PUffle May, im general steps for stimulating

At "last lunch b over- and now to the garnet I road StateIT * * Significant Trend the whole economy axe
limb! me )9 food n 4 lr l Ion the proper meant for dealing
"OuttibX aU you guys, snaps a Cagncy railed Ja... 19 Tatter element Cump" The first interesting fact with this kind
3 Hip en COLLIER COUNTY NEWS of situation.
20, Buddhist .1 Rltllal DOIt'N\ which emerges Is that the
un-
A fighter named ... .. he 6 togas rII
", ripple a muscle pillar U GIo" I Spring >7 MICHACL' CHANCI. g4S.-PsNIdM
And challenges Twuey, politely to tussle. FlOaiPI THOMAS HA"III..1"* Gear \
Toxhkn
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And next tUlphk Ktor he hits a four-eacker leg.nlhn Comma': of 41 Flanders R'H" Fr 2 3 Will Lariat 1.11.A.mouth.1\ tram! ALBERT OfOLKA. ".11. So*. In INS, Pierre Laval died brefiring .

That aaiU o'er the noggin of E4 Rkkeabarker. ten H OprlllPd Poilu" 9 omme DAVID. LOUISE NEMMAMSON.DAUB.cm.Off'Ct'DtrwMrMRS. ....'. Today % squad In Parts for

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was a smote exceedingly far! i Il ,J I.-r---- Sinp Peel Carl Seadperg upon hit guitar. 11rn C uMy riW' Ki"e Co... Eastere winds struck the
1/ "1 IM.. 741 Tw ft'* AVWMM. Swrth. Seaboard, Wiling Itt
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Including" Wap and General O. Bradley, i. 23 Grampus TaI_. .. Mie. .*y l-lllf tar alleortm THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Department Tta years ago The Defense
M md Atomic
25 Dnl'uuoll . Today U Thursday, Oci. IJ, tile
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... lion 01. mask .V. "> TI days left U the two projects w.re underway
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IS' 11 I. Cermaay two
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The spectator gasp aa the contest grows keen: 'rt ...* awn onm** m DIN Meet as after Hernuaa Gearing BalUrters
M*| .* *H A* are ieiligMorW aid eomnittod suicide mad* a new
WoO. by
There's CuW and SaeHosj' and One. I. Bean; "'p,If'U < as ,..cMldMa fnr *tttw toe polo atrtkt-endJng proposal to Indus
"l PM Off** a NspM Hrt e. try offering .
IT uabi. ta
On eat
There' Be4U and Cars and Thoeaas C Clot IlitrlJ 32'3"x" ...tU < t Mr Mel ef Man k ISM. to this 1190 date, the btonutioeal Rs ...., d.tgd. for a two.

Tbere'a Felt and Wrigley and Atria K. Dark; $I It Jt ... I'IIA1 1Is Brotherhood of Locomotive EB. year eQqract.

:," ry y !. losers. was organized at ..... Qat year aco-Pnet4tDt Bee
14 SxwQ r1.INif .
There.'t Thsenae B. Dewey and Mervii LeEey- 4& : ay: tM targn.b Boils mcasiaad. AJ'r1aa per.I1U& .

Wr pawn lit/ 6I compaNy, turepaperboy! le rh? a Irt he I'n. the Goraaa spy, IDftte tit .... "'* III
.a3Prse I ,:; TMI COH.IW COUNTY !NEWS Mats Hart, was executed by a called agegggyce by Moroeco.

nil Week Mogasine f2 cE u ---- ( 0. ......um flea /a. teal. firing squad.to sasa A4aea.r retiredera

2.S a. 1M1, the Rant necked a* poet Cerma.bt g as nraaeat.he d of 1M




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.. COUNTY NeVH Neploe .... Thunder. ....... ,II, IH4

i off f a Mess i in Mass Transportation 5



,By man flHBEHAN

newspaper Enterprise .\ssnVtW ./IediJ.3 OMI \ I

| :: TURK) H Kohl the "lIIIIIrOlllllttt."II- GAL a j

I tion IIlItI I r ",-Hii| dm ? nun \0i<> had W7": million to distribute them
among
The w\trul hun+/li +d i members I | III'| the{) ,nnrrunn Ii insitssn: (.VT\) who siilh NATURE
erect l in Niw'
YOlkIt'I't'
the alltllllhllilll\ll'lilol'
ins Hers of the nation's public and W

|)ii\nle transit mtwnks. This inn tin lms s. '111)\1| 1\ ,. trolls > and) rapid l transit By Aene UBeetHle Base j
systems which cam 8'' billion .
customersiari
Like !Lases, to attract more riders
manyi mot, lIH'rJ'ans.,,f them It wants ti streamline its Some of the Adirondack old- tied In on two-man armchairs

hate uatrhedt' !( nainttnamt shop and to extend time hotel men are no longer When hotel guests came they

the nt, t stn'slr.H" \ IK routes to the new around to tell their stories came to stay awhile 1
11 lllndl lousing, devtlopment outsidef much to our loss Tot, now

lIOn l h .! 11 g (' f town Research and plan and then someone takes the Over the years, Earl Covey
from ", IlUI 't nng' are needed to meet the 1, r time to record this unique part enlarged his Inn ai Twltchell

ante I h\I J problem ,. its transportation home The estimated needs 10 ktr of our history. This aum Lake with cottages, more

h" .1 i r ruts 1 1er tars mer Mrs. Frances A. Covey J'OI'U. a barn, shop and boat-
ost $1200000
This nureas- \ I is published "The Earl Covey house He displayed an amazing -

J.- Tr mgautiunce The company decides that r t Story"*' which tells the life of versatility which stood him
4W' of the aut"',mobile ,its able to pay $200000 of f of her husband a famous North In good stead through those nag-

Sheehan I hI the this cost and applies to the ri Woods Innkeeper, builder and ged, earlyyean of development
pub II has appropriate local agency fora5S1slancl' woodsman. In the Adirondack Besides
meant to them del If the and
hnlng local Unlike Fred Elmer of the his hotel duties, he showed a
fares and a seven federal
cost government
approve Lone Pine Camp on Twltchell real artistry In building with
squeeze It has forced some t he i plans the additional mil.
take Earl Covey was born Into native woods and Onoe
to sell the family car and to ;ion can be provided on the2tort atone
ride to the office on their own basis by the federaland the hotel business. His father, be built a summer camp In a
rattling buses local treasuriei a pioneer In the area built and dayl He chose special pink

But John Kohl of the Fed Smaller communities, operated Camp Crag on Big' granite from White Lake and
eral Housing and Home Finance KOIIL: "A stretch-out rather according .e t. Moose Lake. As a Soy Earl shipped It up for fireplaces.
Agency stood before than a handout," first to benefit to Kohl from will the be Mass the \MILELS OF THE CITY: Emphasis for the Mass Transit Art Is on local solutions to local I learned to order supplies, Soon he had hit own .taw-mill

them and represented hope Transit Act as it is also problems. housekeep,cook,guide and build and wu a good mason.
It is his Job to spread around firms only to a state count\ known The reason is simply as a normal pan of hU life. Despite his absorption In
the third cf. billion dollars rr municipal public agency that it will probably take control and regulations have 1s operating in tn. public in the Mast Transit' Act of 1064 At 11 he once took ctre of a building Earl never forgot his

provided for the nations The hope is that ordman them less time to submit been a dally part of their ierest is tuft a b 'ginning If it work pony of guests, cooked guided friend and guests "Nothing

transit systems by the Urban people on a local I level will be plans than big cities with lives for yean They regulate his fares alter its first three years of and carried their supplies, U too much trouble If people
Mast Transportation Act torced to start talking, planning complex transit needs As one transit company Inspect his bus for safety and life. Congress may' extend and completely unassisted. have t good time," were his
signed into law by President and thinking mass trans owner described it: see If the tires are worn enlarge the act
a of his
Desiring place fun
"The Transit said own. pus-words. Having even
Johnson July 9, porUticn before the encroaching Act Anyone can walk out and They inform him that schoolchildren The need for a streamlinedmass
cars strangle downtown former president of the ATA buy himself a bus and paint must be transit system for the Covey bought some land and for 60 guests, wu easy then.
Kohl made it clear that Edward Pelllsster. "is a real transportedat started to build In February, Earl organized canoe
areas After all one 'Fred's Bus Company' on the reduced rates nations cities and town 1* r.ces.
the money-awarded over a third of $1 million can still breakthrough for the indus side But before he can open great as most traffic.bound 1899. The first nights, he quart dances out-door sings,
three-year span with $75 mil be a lot of money for a small try and the Pt'Orle. The beauty the door to his first paying "Of course there 1 I. insurance motorists will agree, The slept In a snow bank until a log-rolling contest and taffy
lion forthcoming In the first community to give to its bus of it Is is no customer he must get the ap to buy union contractsto need for action was summed shelter could be erected Most pull. Sometime, Twltchell
tear-will than be a "slrctch.out"rather company government interference in proval of the municipality to settle and annual reportsto up by the mayor of one major of the logs he sawed In half Lake would have 20 or 30canoe
handout
a
submit
That 1 h the ratio of local the operation of the transit operate as a public utility to practically whoever city; by hand, constructing a 10- drifting over its surface like
The method of subsidizing federal assistance to mass companies, who may receive Lots of applications and public asks for them. He has 'Communities which do not room building. Here the 23- bright swallows at play.
of
troubles his
needy systems is designed to transit as spelled out by the aid hearings. bus plenty before Imnediatt'lr..tart) planning year-old moved with his fam Covey'* piece of
generate the maximum pub act, One way it might workin Pellessler. like other transit "Then he usually must go even for gets stuck In the their transit systems for the ily. work wu crown Lodge: onBig
the first
' lie involvment In local mass a medium-sized city men is sensitive to government to the state public hearings snow time present and the future may Those were the primitive Moose Lake Ha built ml
transit problems The money The local bus company believes control over their commission which I holds ATA and goprivately offl wake up one day to find.. they The without
I,, cannot be given to Individual that it should hate new business The reason Is that more hearings to see If Freddo dais believe that have missed the busLOLA'S days. only warm room blueprint orpl.ns,only
was the kitchen: with Its gusty sketched out the upper floor on
------ atovei upstairs the bedrooms brown wrapping I.perl) I In the

might be below zero. Folks late 1920*, folks came for

Cantor's Mind BrightAs washed In china bowls, used mile to marvel the picture

slop jars and chamber-pot In window, scenic porches natural
lieu of modem plwnbllV.craclt- arches and bamlsmrs, '

ed the Ice In palls and pitcher private bath and beautiful logs

He Recalled Old and itlll believed that "Clean and mantel. Here aaaiTwlt-
Days liness was next to Godliness" chew Inn, he provided peppy t

square dances, home-made
By BOB THOMAS for the March of" Dimes and SMALL BUT. lea cream, outdoor teak suppers ,
AP Movl.Televlion Writer other cause, Earl war enormously strong and true congeniality
HOLLYWOOD CAP) A latt He remlnUced about the treat despite hi" small alas. Most "I like to take care of peo-
visit with Eddie Cantor- name be bad worked with He of the lumber and food he toted pie. ," Earl said once. never I
, Cantor In Ma final year was poke affectionately of" Samuel his beck from
on the railroad a hotel man had a motto for i
far from the vital, kinetic figure Ooldwyn, who had brought him
station to hU hotel that I
Mri.Covey sentence
:
success single
T1 $ who bad danced across the to Hollywood for a aerie of film
Zlegtold state and the screens e extravagant One wu "Whoo tell of him carrying two suit- Lilt, And If ever an Innkeeper |

of movie bou.... W* speech bad peels in which Cantor bad CUll plus a -gallon milk can was loved, Earl Covey was
grown slow and havy.toniued, tarred on Broadway for Flo (full) in his pack basket plus the man.
evidence of the heart attack Zletfetd. a crate of berries on topi The

that had withdrawn him from The Nags producer wanted n very beart trunk and barrel
the entertainment eceno. When his star to May la the ahow and came In by horse and buckboard Honey Guide
he moved, It war with a deliber.alotioii mike the movie version on A LULU This attractive over an old.steep,wood*- The honey guide Is a small
of" a man who knew heWM Lone Island during the daytime sweet young thing'sname road. No one could may aboard bird native to Africa and Asia
exlcUnc! on borrowed tine.But Ooldwyn argued that thai film Is Paul Gilbert 'Paul
the bouncing: vehicle, so vigorous so named from Its remarkable
his mind wa sharp aa could be made cheaper In Holly a girl's name? you might
ever. Aa I visited at his Beverly ..ood. "because I can get the ask No P.ull..1 I man who passenger wstked, habit of leading men and an
cable tucked In baskets Imals to nests of bee with
were pack a
Hllla homo his I.I named Lot
11 ." one day, memory Indian right off the re."dr"lIc playing a girl
and old folk view to sharing In the spoil.
were ear-
seemed unimpaired a* he ( > In the new movie. 'Sylvia,
reached back to thoM days he -----
.'" liked to recall, when be was
nut flashing across the horizon

F A MIL I Y' CONFAB zero MOltllllltllt'I'1 Use fam,y "b.ck.uj. following of" the entertainment world

opening of hit muncil' Flddltr en the Roof From ltd Mana K.rn lovi, who playi hit Cantor1 doctor had pre. )
scribed a shot of" each
wife, Tany Everett, a daughter Motel Ju la Mig.nea and Joanna M'IIII, olio daughter whisky Chevrolet
day to assuage his ailment,
and the comedian still didn't

Records enjoy taking it.
"1 never enjoyed drtnkln ,"
he reflected "and I think I
I know why My fleet roommate

Music Woven in the Und of the Clan Plaid C.la the field'Zleffeld. He never rolliea drank was be.W, ---

fore the ahow he eouldnl and
-
By MARY CAMPBELLAP ... Dance Rend end the Jim Cameron his Juggling. But when the
N.f..,,,,.. Writer Si
SCOTLAND .hin.. in .three now records "T.ilv, liven Millar, who, like Tereea tired"1 saw him three days before
Duffy irHridi like a concertrctittlml
Great Sioiiiih Songs of dlorv" From Scotland, with "+in|' The Road end! he died, and he laid to me, '1

Love" and "Musical,morie of Skuiland." the Mile to l Dundee." sometimes wonder what I could
have been U I hadn't ben on
Andy Stewart .ing* Erl''. "Twelve Oust I Scottish If you should spot unit oneawes the atutT."

of unable record l from Scotland aet aa one Cantor fell
which
Songs Glory" a highlen include a mellowness* t
of the ).*.1.! in a bracelet of
tuns* of fun an well UKtraditional ward Field, u be did towardall
aons of .Inn. ongn from around the globe Ma old fellow performri
.
,
.
Mblrl hurt Ih a
m twang
Both sides of the album begin ,, Capitol hot "Polk Mu ic'Round Fanny Brtce, Will Rarer, Bert
si '" .orl xis h im teari| eo the orld."
with i serious malls "Tune of .... William, Marilyn Miller etc.
Olofy" end"", Battle O'er" u 1legow. .reared in Th... If. 12 .ona, from 12 But for Field. he had a special

Stewart. does the lovely "Let L'. Arhroeih"., near UunJee attended countnee 'in eppropriate Ian affecUon."He helped educate me**
the ( II'ft of Dramatic Art inGU The word for them Cantor -
(ui|'" in said eJis)
Travel HOO'I..nd he aluo *
twins ..
.
and ti JiJ tc he ataRflied
f< carried boot
English II charminaSeleciioni with him, and
Into
"Campbell Too Loch (\I I Irieh
4rttir end comedian at include "Donne- every day he would read the
.
you were whuksyl ...tllnh".k. c'.- Mew Tort
) Time and
"Sondy'l Holiday" and "The gas' o.lIsh'If Ireland by several
.rte.,'r.nICh". Brendan O'Dowda. "".."Spein. rther newspaper. Each tight
; Bonnie UM that Didn't KlamMe.
\ Stotttoh singer with enr Tno Sill Jo.., "Cherry Bloc he would cwt out the dictionary
.
i 01 Mere Oh Where U Mv
.. jlhum, it ::->e f-old Merita eom." Japan, The Toshiba and pick out three word that ho
Highland Laddie Oone" betcrnma Caller. horn in Dundee, toAnerici mad me lean and ..
Sin.in{ \".rla. "I kill Die e sat MtIooI.ee.
funny "Hishlwd T il and at P where he )..nt' Bachelor" lassies, Lord *. By the end of two year
"Cowboy Jock from Sk>." <. thr I ..Slml and send in Beimnet. "The Rod and the with the poll ei, I bad amassed
suns (though it Bound impo.- a pretty "
food
German\ Ssk 10 So.tlan..l 10 *o WaItt i 0 Dundee," Scotland vocabulary.
and the Cantor refused to let td* heart
"on the a i 'It row in Ands Ste. sift
1.5. *,.m. hoe fullu> here a disability end Me rood wort..
H* wu using aa his '
how t>\ i nt. reef here effort to
Milkrf't voict "a planing. m t l line up I Uf televldoa, ipecac

..n* and; rtet t'')ul\ cheerful ular to raise none? for Dr.
IIBC" -I'aram.unt' rettxilinsvn taa lalk'f Reaearct Found
"' ,, JK ,Und, l1 ich toie.*. Uo>. workpower
I can 110 longer raw monerr
f j' the > ntrt it from Scot'
,. ..ib 1 haft to ro after Itwboteaaie
-.t I. the i r |t ttt ohrui \love "
acid Cantor into
tlr ...t. + ,o*, "n: TakeR
bad collected nUUon of" dollar
-.n't. '|. such n.iO.:
I>'''! II : Feehni" "(,

T(I5.+!w.:II I .....\iccandF.Moment" 'r. .. LONG CATTLE OUfVINF COmeS ill tWO hinds Of pickups Trim Fleetslde

YORK Apt he .. offt
-
o "r I' .mng? enIt 1oII..t ...... eVivee in Pickup (shown above) or handy StepJ4e Pickup with running boards be-
iu>ry. the e*... 4Mrrt walk .

'"" 'C"s."j"I'U.. ifd..b'< ..r ...DripJar big. :it Leet year heed ut. JUSana tween cab and rear fenders. There are Bl/r or 8-ft bodies, plus an extra-long
GerWv W
M or( treve
,-" ., ', "esSsahena. 2 fie rotes .... 4eee in he 9-ft Stepsido body. Floor of heavy wood planking with full-length steel skid
'cr aatll
a heart of t.... (. e town ooutli
.ii. '"i. .0.1 at.n animal of fitioewiH enueehr. by the 'n' strips. Tailgate held snugly by anti-rattle latches. You get
enl' The raecooe an lend ......., *;ate'. S..elwe. ) a
\ r R. "r l. ,. .mrrtitcd which ha the atriotu habtt aiastne. publish.by .A..etKinIron smooth independent front suspension and self-adjusting
"r"," ar 1 ,w ctv in of washing its food In water Me Steel ......,..... less mist
..vij.ui 'VCU.. n f Scot. before eatIM K. i II found me warn oo smash tile fit
brakes. for
Check out of
Chevy pickup kind
t- J" Boblcod end hn over the wbeJe. ti UM United] aemale .....4 en ...,s. of a your job.
State to *et era Canada TO
*>*rKt an J TJ 'Ii aihwst pound per Mod issued at
HOT NEW rROPEBTYFllmdora uncovered -- sew tnerf "t ?'-knowrScoiuek and a* far smith a* Meik*. J....* *M ....... often occur* T.I.phon. your ChwroM d..f.r about any typo of truck
has anew s It u about Uree feet long W M steel. e km( uek, .. .. .
talent the ruggedly I 1tIe .sip. ai.t and has a l4efc tall Tb oeitle dn.. ie one: c> .. ,.Sl77
handsome Tom Stern, who ".n. -I .,
Ubereate darts .. .
of Ae '
raceaee HeMf enviuu '/ ..
will make bit movie debut Teresa OU:, i ap ".*.. make IUIMCM '
the winter tad trio Ming aVe 'iI\
candid
Trail I o' Old AfceKeoB** ever "
In Tb Hallelujah, He title and hiP up in UM hollow I* 000 -nilo. .f ....,*.l. lAlendeterwore
was seen in teleeislen'sNaked aims 'at-en! Krnrwd, sing of a Large tree 1ft M U.S. In IM2e INGRAM CHEVROLET INC.
City and Espionage ".lotfl1tno: ![>oJnlld.t V 'xl trock 'owl ,* let

and before coming to Hefts It.Ct"'ll', .." t A"i .., .. _... Mtw.wtellan. t.*v..ad t>r ,mars,biUiea wotf UMInile_.,.* ,

wood, tad role n London -allot. -s-

production 1.- b.. n. 2'aWr iae.; 110 NINTH STIIIT, NOITH HANS fHONf /tt1! 24105Heading



Pepped-Up Eagles Play Tarpons Friday ;iii1





Both Teams stocky defensive guard Bill !

Hitter and big fuQbeok BIlly r.b17 185 GolfersTo

Bryan should be ready for the SPORTS
Looking For Tarpons.Hartter.

216-pound senior, ,,I
Victory No.1 received a slight shoulder separation 1: i Tee Off . . . . . . . . .

in the Venice game f .' "

BY DAVID LYON three weeks ago. He has seen ; 6 COLLIER COUNTY i NEWS. N plti, Fl. Thu id.y, Oetebw It I''''
only place. -kdng chores in < Annual'PGA.-
Naples and PuwaGorda.each the last two games, but has recovered In
groping for victory number one sufficiently so he ;
can .
of 1964, will tingle it 8 p.m swing back into action on die J ',, W "' ..,- will tee off
!'... ) About 185!! golfers
Friday on the Tarpons' turf. defensive line. -" next Wednesday< at he Beach Braves Concede They Might
Punta Gorda homecoming .
will have Bryan has overcome a succession .: Club in the poputafTrofesslonal.Amateur
festivities, but the Eagles of !Injuries and will be :o ; 'qfl1 : event to open the 10th
are anxious to dampen the ready for full-time duties at annual Florida PGA Tournament
celebration by knocking off the Puma Cords Despite a hip ) The pro.am event precede*the Move Franchise To AtlantaATLANTA
72.hole battle of the profession
Tarpon j ridden. jk
ailment, Bryan won praise from :
In the midst demanding ala which starts on Thursday and
of Its most .
Morris for his part-time work UPi The Milwaukee menu when asked about a
At the same
concludes on Sunday.
schedule, Naples has last week at Clewlston. be Bmei announc'tHt'tdnHdHY threatened suit to keep the fran-
time, the amateurs will play.
found the first four opponentsa '\ they are consideringa chile in Milwaukee.
amateur
MAY SEE ACTION log 72 holes for the
little bit better, or luckier, championship On Thursday and contract .to transfer their National
than the Eagles The 0-4 Naples Interior lineman Ray Ellerl'knee Friday, October 22 and 23, the League baseball franchise
record Is the worst at is still ailing, and he Is Florida PGA Seniors will play to Atlanta.
this of the season since expected to see limited action \\llttam/ chairmen
stage 38 holts for senior honors Bartholomay Bill Vessels
1958, when the team that year against the Tarpons Sopho- do the the of In addition, on Thursday the 'f f the board of the Braves, ,
\DEKCO\ER MEN-When in Japan as Japanese dll< seems tn be slogan
dropped Its first six more tailback Caner Bryan'lankIelnJury Florida Cup Matches will be played told a news conference that he
games for the ( Tae left and An
these: two Korean athletes In Tokyo Olympus nun Sung Jong Grid
will probably keep (Is Milwaukee with Ex Great
to
and won only once all < In better-tall-of-partner returning
year. Duek, members of their countrv rowing team hold Japanese parasols in the rain. ,
A pepped-up offense,a steady him out of the gems altogether.The rangement On Friday! the Florida the tint firm commitment from

defense, and the return of some tailback spot will be Cup Matches will[be playedas Atlanta officials line rumors of Kiwanis Guest
the shift started more than a
singles
manned by senior Donald
injured effort players will bolster Naples Walker who showed at Clew- There are about 10 profes year ago Bill Vessels, an All American *
attain victory Fri Uncle Sam's Olympic Stars atonal entered In the/ tourney,
Coach said Iston he has recovered from a Quirk ConnidendnnBantltolomay halfback at Oklahoma University
day Jerry Morris
with
Pets the defending
Cooper
would
pot predict 19ftOs
knee injury that kept him out In the early ,
tick, to for third
champion, try a whether the a'l'ffnl.nlwould
of the first three games. will speak to Ktwanlans and
victory. Cooper's first win was be 'latlnfflrtor He unld
.. Walker's spirited running high* In 1957 and If he can success the board I I. expected to consldei guests at Monday's meeting at

I lighted a second-half comeback Sweeping Honors In Tokyo fully defend his 1963 champion It within lOdnvi. Baronl'i Restaurant.
time to feed : that nearly pulled Naples ship he will be the first three. The Atlanta deal I I. lied to Vessels, playing at left half :

amazingGROTONE I past the unbeaten Tigers time To1M'1'I. teleiiikm iliihi foi the entire back, won All-American honors i
I Puma Gorda,llkeN.pleshas TOKYO lAP'-- America Bob (printer, was unexi>ectedly knt oonildeied a long-ihot In the The other two-tlmi winners outhea l and 'thin wan expected" | at Okalhoma in 1950 and I960.
I I traveled in fast company this Hayes, the world'i fasten human In Ihr I qualifying heats with a testing t3-mlle grind and I.S. ores Dub Paean 1956; Henry Castillo to limp major bearing: on the He was awarded.lIomeprized I
II I season, and shows two defeats met t his greatest challenge oe.i of 10:1:: edneiida) while hopes| rented with little GemLlndairn 1958; and Dow Flnsterwald, contract offered. Spokesmen Helsman trophy In 1952 ss the
I and two ties at this point. Char- Thursday agalnit a crack 100. the U S. team wn, bunging its ..n lS-\pni-old SIKV In 1959 0 Mid Ihe rights amount' 'to million outstanding football player In
: PELLETS i I meter field following) one of the medal total to 20 with MitU kane Wash rchixIN Cooper, Ragan, Castillo and of dollar,
lone tied Arcadia, 13-13 Arcadia the .
( biggest. upsets In Olympic him stunning triumph in the 10000. Bill l..lndlll''nI", h..hlli.1 l its Paean will be playing In this The Biavei, who finished fifth country.In
I with this spreader j I beat Naples, 13-0)), and tory a rccoid.brenklnur\ meter run and an unbroken in ankle 1'11IIn,1| !Mlllii look year's tournament. (lest season, have been mentioned 1963 he played professional
w I tied Jacksonville Lsndon, 7d foimnnce by Billy Mute of Cof itrlng of succcaies by America met nanlnul the "" ''N'IIII flild conilitently In talk about football In Edmonton,
that broadcasts I 7, In both games, opponents feyvllle\ Kun. that brought the 'i young swimmers and dlv. (HIM I Included v ,rid 1'C'C'II\.l1uht.| | | LOCAL ENTRIES major league baseball for Alberta, Canada, and In 1956
I a pattern benefited from breaks to obtain United Sialen Its tint dlntance era Hf mated with ihr kadom nil Pros Paul Bell of he Beach Atlanta, he played with the Baltimore
i II ties against the Tarpons, gold medal nine 1908 Mills. a part SOUl Indian originally ,the wa\. !pulled nut front slier' Club, Phil Derbyshire of Big The news conference was heldIn Colts !in the National Football
; 8 feet wide The two defeats were administered Hayes, the Jackxonvlllc, Fla, from South Dakota, was an pliJOYo lng Incident' near the Cypress, Charley Grant of the the office of Mayor Kan' All. League Me spent 1964-56 as

*, by Fort Myers, 26* finish and oprlnted/ home In the Hole-liuthe.WaIl, and Bill MaDevltt en Jr., who championed a bond *n artilleryman with the U.S.
.* n V> M NM m M i* 0, and Sarasota, 2J-6. Last defense, Coach Jack Hall said Giles, a good runner and passer Olympic record time of 28::24.4. of The Mooring are enter. Issue to build ao (13 million Army. This fan, Vessels Is

A/ week, Puma Corda'i defense Charlotte Is Improving, too. and a solid halfback Carl Gold Medals ed< In the tournament stadium scheduled for completion giving televised color"broadcasts -
kept Sarasota under control ex* "We looked better against Sarasota Racloppl. The other U.S. gold medal Naples will be well represent next ftpt'Ing, on the Baltimore Colts

cept for four play;. On the than In any previous Last year Naples. droppeda wlnnen on the fourth day of the following ed in the amateur scheduled rank to tee with off the In Construction Booms football games.
Hall said The hard 7-9 decision to Puma Gordaat 18th Olympiad were: > Construction of the stadium
first scrimmage play, a speedy game, the events George In March of 1957 Vessels
Sarasota halfback dashed 73 hitting Tarpons are in good Naples. The teams have Km Sitzbeiger of River For O'Qreen pro-am, Fred Cchmucker, Bob reportedly was Involved In et"cu.alOlfi"wlth "* joined the public relations department
the Biavet.
Allen
Two physical shape, he reported. met 13 times, previous to this Ml, III? who led a 1-2.1 American of Mackle
yards to scone long pass Abbott, Jerry Fyke, Ira Capelle, has Mid repeatedly that a big Brothers.
In
es accounted for tWo more Sarasota Fullback Ray Hlndman recently year, with Naples winning five, sweep' springboard diving Dr. William Bailey, 0. L stev. league club would move to His appearance before the KIwanis -
with 15990
touchdowns, and a 40yardrun recovered from an Injury losing five, and tying three. points ens,' T, K. Montgomery, Tom Atlanta for i the 15 lenion If the Club was arranged by I
set up the last one. that sidelined him in the early Naples fan* will note some Dick Roth of Atherton. Calif, Weeks, Richard Vance, George stadium can completed bjVpill W.R. "Buzz": Mathews on the
... In the foot- who came home ahead qf RaySaail Guy Tom Abbott and Bob Kerr. ,
FAST AFOOT going. changes Tarpons' OmVlmrtion I la ahond of Marco Island! Development
of El Calif?: with
Segundo
Hall his bail>> field this year. Seats The members of the Hospital hixUile
Punta Gorda boasts good team platoons players, a world record clocking of :45,4: Corp [
and have been painted blue and Auxiliary are conducting an advance The nind i inn" a iimnd INIU nn
speed, but Sarasota proved to using only end Bill James for the 400-meter) Individual Today, Vessels makes his
ticket sale for the tourney .
the fringe 111( irV iHinincKK
Hlndman both Backfield gold, the field has been re- dixIrlci home
6260 76th
be even faster The Tarpons ways. mcdlry at S.W. Street,
which\ runs October 21 to 25. would 17. .
neat 000 fur I
have a good line, and moved talent, besides Hlndman, Includes sodded and the footing is better Cathy Ferguson of Burbank, Tickets are on sale at the three bull and V.000 for fooll)1I1I >NMP Miami, where he lives with his I

the ball well against Sirasota'a quarterback Richard though slippery, and one Calif, who bettered the world banking Institutions In Naples Buitlmlonun let. "thi, Hindi wife Susanne and three child-

mercury-vapor light has been 100-meter backstroke record and at the Beach Club pro shop. um Huthotlty hen given mr a ren, Jane, Chase, and Unix f
Installed on each light pole to with a 107: .T clocking while About 15,000 in cash prizes firm contract for connldoration The Klwanls-sponsored Pop f

complement the old incandescent nipping' ranee's Chriatine\ Ca. will be awarded< 1 to Winning pro. of the Bra yc( Warner football team will be ;

lights. An asphalt( track ron _____ fesslonala, and upwards of$1,000worth gBartholomay declined com guests or tits club_
also has been put''in around; There are 12 greyhound racing of merchandise will be pre.: "
r the field tracks in Florida rented to top lUll ateur..
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Ptirs r. l Series To Crucial '7th' '

,t '1t ,Ar4th


<(T LOUIS tAPt Bark to Sadeckl, the lefty who won the "1',., kern rtolnp bad nil the
buck home rum by Roger Marl opener but was knocked out In series." Maria aa4, "But :YOU
and Mickey! Mantle and a grand the flint Inning Sunday would run'I cNe up You have In keep
8fO-T. '
n Pelleta Now Florida moil lam Joe Pcpltone tied then 'be the pitcher. ."
by up baitllnsMantle
popular plant toodl And, no _".,.,.,
Mtr.l..Gro-_'ilamttiiipcclilfomnuli the World Series In an 8New:! Ford Loosens t'p an he did In defect
fair Floods Mil m ttomoganli form which Yotk Yankee victory )Vedneiria Berra had Uhltey Ford, his Sunday and Monday. remained.
.you..nl"apply, 4 tl"".. latter. fdt more > and left everything up to St. ace, locmen> up In the bullpen In aloof, laying. In. .the players 4 to )y.,l's
'longer,Clean more compkrtily-not durty" and-and lull eonoml month Louli'' Bob Gibson and Yankee the seventh Inning but Whitey lounge, off.limit! to reimrterc,
cal tool fOR LAWNS HOWlR s.'''US, Mel! Siottlemyre In Thuudayifinal reported he was not iradv Un- Douton, however, held court
SHRUBS AND VIOlVABUSGROTONE, game. len there In a quick change, the In one corner wy .4'L'
Both Gibson. the flame-throwIng :bent Beria can expect from him Bouton Shaky .
w"t.r former Hailem Globetrot. ii a relict lob.The After they got the two hill In

tei. and Stotil"myr*, the 21searold long-dormant Yankee the tint Inning, I got a little R
rookie with the linker power come to life, has given shaky; he laid "I had to kick b'hl. W 3
ball, will be coming back with the New Yorkers another myself to get myself to concentrate
only two days rest chance to take. advantage of ,
Lark: Winner Bunch Stadium short (encei "I dIdn't atari feeling sharp
Gibson, beaten In the second Thursday I In the Mvetith and until the fourth Inning It took
t,..mr. went all the lilY Monday dfcMlns name me that long to get \uied to the
winning on Tim McCanen Hfrir Tied mound."
in i'Nun homer In the 10th,. Their VI victon Wednesday A reporter reminded! him that
is ttltmyre, rout'going winner .riM the (eerie at three games hit hat didn't dart falling off
if the second game, was lifted upleieThi until the fourth Inning
OLD FAITIIFl'L ,Ralph Boston Mill\ be seeking) another fnl'> a pinch hitter after amen .Mine. wa lied II when Yrch, that proves It," Bou- HILL \TSSH.S, All.Am.'IK .111 II I, I. III"Ih.dl" > la\a:
gold medal In Tokyo this October for the broad jump. Boston winning Monday Mart connoted In the sixth Ion laid ,it Oklaho l I murxitUK! it II raw'" I w! < Hi 11-

recently broke the world record with a leap of 27.4's. Um IVmlon became the Inning for bin firm "' 11'. base 111111: ;: i TI'OIh.I ill HjM.il ,t it! M "i,, I. in :,, lit \ 1110.t-t ti
AVAILABLEin > niki' only two-time winnerUrdnendnv hit In the Series. Mantle followed pound Milsolm.Alf-Amtnca"vUlker. center Rlc. .candidate 24)- i uit;: of thi Kiuaiimflulj at Ballllll'; l eltaural1tSO'
alihnuch Mnntier with another
blot off "' stnnwtssemur .
Yogi Berra tack him mil In the.. starter Curt Simmons is majoring in math

ninth Inning ether hill rlirtilIxiuldn PtIQr1I' grand dam came ..
ff.hll'l'lt'CIlIl' off Gordon Richardson In the -
THE KIWANIS ClUB OF NAPLESIn ..
\'lIka Like Turk elchth. j' ..''''''
Recognition of' "The tae) ,thr l Iv,\ pls'' \ i t'l t "I hadn't been hitting well" . toOl ." Mid BOTH "Id father Mid Peplton/ who had only ,, r
NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK be plaxlng the ev ,nih, Cane three hits In the Series "But I \
here The boys emi to hit IM>I. just kept swinging. I'm bearing
Hereby "Tips Its Hat In tri In Ibis park"' down all the time and when the a
NAPLESat "W e're even aQ tied up"' Una gw on me, I bear down a
Apprec on to Editor Mike, Chance said Card Manager JohneyKeane .Uitkt, mor.
The rue Is ckwt Knew h Wai Out
And Hit Staff a) THE NEWS
again W e'rt vied to that We "I Mt tew grand slams during M
For bed to scrap all year \\e ean do Htt season, But nothing com
the job tomorrew," arei .to this. I knew it was out
Valuable Community Service Keane left himself' an Mt In win 1 hit It I just wanted to

eate 10si.ear.olJ 0* *n tint make ure I touched: t\erv '
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ready when he warms fl Ray
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The AteiKf With rerseiisl Service! -


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410 Tenth St.

Opposite ACL Depot d.p.n4.bte .(. cy, ,....,-
lea for P a wing yea ., yaw
Phone MI 2.2440 l.....'. k.n. and b MUMMhM >
...alNtebl.. West 1
and of tkeea.A." pllftMCI pr.. .1s
ariin W prtby .,..,.......
-p "..i tl w.q1MftC'lei -....d .
NaplesGarden etre,5v



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467 Fifth Ave. So .
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Millet "Un _
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MI 2.2140 '''''< :
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(52 S* AVWMM h.N
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Nett. fl-tMa ITSISlCandido Andres, e novice bullfighter appears to be & ,nt> a balz:! 'tat
act oo the back of tilt enraged bull during a fight 4 OCi.:" ":e Auahurt :ad"r 1I'U
after being tossed high in the air

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Ntplot! ..*.... Tliundty. October I IS. I'the 7

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IR1C1 I Retail Sales Show Dip 1 I I Id





I From Volume In August



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NEW \ORK (AP) Both! of payments deficit u be!"

consume s and uslnessmen are menaced ao tar this U1 WI.i!

still pld\ ing It (',<)1. All the talk out any grave threat dull I.' I

about ii txpiiidlng economy In tke t.S. gold and nmeni e.esrvea 1 h / 1

CHECK the foreseeable future tits yet t(I or to the exchange \ u.e 1 1I

THESE ADVERTISERS -- set off iji)' buying tprM b)>' at the American doUar

hoppers or much betting b)r And the slip In retail sties and

I ANTIQUES businessmen that a boom !. in cautious policy on' Invent"Tie"

DRIVE INS JEWELERS the making doesn't detract from the present

SMITTY'S PAWN BIKGLRS On the contrary, the latest econom'c (low. Consumers are
SHOP ft Airei show retail (ale* dipped I I
expected to spend more( tn the
.re SH )l1ESOC a Mt In September: from theirAugust .
next
two months They appar. -

<"' 919 Airport Rood Wry J'rt Ar5.n7pse V MEADORS' peak. Business Irtvento.n. ., orally think things are okay in 45. Trailer For Rent
,s.-4 t .. have held steads for PUBLIC NOTICE Announcement
4. .1.I npmflpe JEWELRY I three> general but Just srent buying

;: month, investing that boil, any over optimistic predictions.w c" Nn tat 1 I/ 11 Sr. on ly54I
.* Jewelry Antiques' uo MI I IOU nessmen are looklnc for fe Businessmen generally feel that ."* N? ''a", SALON I"" a .. Oakul" es II a 0505Rusu
LIf! N.", Trail: : out or1*'* ON Ir THE \ nr1 To' '.' 5.r0
,.,? ef, ,,?,,. 111 pIITN" Ave 10 change aoontn cola volume. the present economic upswing RIPORTOFOND FIRST, NATIONAL. SANK OF NA I

BARBER SHOPS The economy still baa probe>, will continue but arena in any PLII 'IN' THB STATE" OF FLOFJ 11111 ills Sued Mi. : 1557 48-Apti. For Rent
OF lUll
F
DRUGSPRESCRIPTIOHS SERVICE STATIONS lams on another front, Its trade 1 mood yet to overboard. IDA AT THE CLO PUBLltMlO '
go NISI ON OfTOBFR' 1 Isrl l .m u1O a? "
and other financial dealing A N N bout. S .h: :.;: .It""f'' DAY w... 05
condition
ROSSI'S R. with other lands. u.ual. vary MABI B> (OMPNROILENIAorTel "'I"" ,I", .t' "'Id' p55' "". W II.e.suty Month "IRIS' MllTLJ M..
u. PARK JTHIETpll BOB'S Iron Industry to Industry, just CURRtNv.V UNDER SECTION thOP 41 Mh Ar S HO or Mi, 1 SIS5
FlIloJ 1 j I 1 1Praepe Import rose to a new high !la U they do from household to ; lIS RF.VSEO' *TAI .Ml t MM titLE H
TNRE
I I.U.I."S ACCURATELY SERVICE August the last m nth officially household It'. only the total U'ZII UNIFORMS EBB TIDE APTS.
,_ 'UETS IIt 10 al' N All a'ol' I,
ShuPPln L.nler Fro $010101, raln ISO 10ontllly
DtllvorrDON'S
STATION reported.
Export slipped a bit figures that strike the fairly I Cash b.UncM, "I"pthr I DI and ,area W. have .tltled ".lIy Rood
Ourbor Shop Mochonlc, Rood Sor.ic.+ that month.' And since the drat banks ."d c.tntettoction e.Ca, 14.ALINNIE
balance
even of recent week.
Lu. r.n CO'WI' II., //If" ." duty IS$01 ,n ""*"* 01' T room "grneh.d opt HI pM
LIGGETT REXALL Welding+ of the year, export have gained AU thus caution and moderation I IJrt I' I UNIFORM" 5NOPII w555 I suoil houM 111 I PrWMk
IS II' Ft Mtur1 Pa ,
Nnplot Shopping Contor J-JJ36 4060 North Troll Ml 2 38(7 only slightly while Import In comfort more observer wadldsb/'/.,gttiont... Oovon, di H."dl 11117Boats.Motors All Paid I plul_ uIb1I50!/!/I 1401CrocA _r/
the latest three "
maths
reportedwere than It rets. Moat analyst

CLEANERSJERRY'S INSURANCE SHOE REPAIRS :2 pr cent above the pro would rather see right now a .ffisSerS1'1111"' Accet.ctnvertte SABLE SHORES APT3.49Homei .

rtou three month measured pace In spending In all Nhhtal. lubdalant I t1"'"' .n.y i.. hIt w, .." K.IIT Read MI and"U Aroea, A....
JAEGER INSURANCE Tilt hordes of American tour. stockpiling In expansion .. INN, t/ any re Ford V I Inspect' .l

DRY CLEANING 0 $I"'ONITIAIT" r Wwl 6!(: 1st* were pending about $1.8 ring than ,a sudden boom plan that 1015.$05555' ,kondt note N7 IN .Mi...IFlitIPL10 M4I II II el) t5/lltaSI\ For Rent

ONE PArMENT billion m re abroad than for would threaten Inflation and .- ra (m"uding
M DAY /y IX .UfO-HOMI O.Nte.FIRINAPLtINOPPNO C ., signora were here. : l4tM toturitiot BOAT MOTORCONTROLS I or f ....ll.<0n. ".s,,,shed lot
HIM upending
run
wd bust .
SERVICE excesses-< a el FtdtralItncitt
'
laos asnvo"rat' n loath
/IA /t ciNteNORYN S s.t.. .N$1IaL. That figure I* close to the cur. At the present stage of the : and. corpse p/er 1 ft IQih A09n 10 l",1

842 6th Ave( So. MI. 2-7390 TRAIL "MI -7In WORK OVAKANTtCDtil rent estimate of $I billion for business upswing now almost uoTky n U"N.- SISran.. el Z "bdr15w and ball ear
the total this between MIl all It 14 ttctery plywood keel, needte round. .",,,.hd 1'00' Nr
rttrvotlI t
gap
year
I in A. So Mr 44 months old any
1 HOI speculatory fever ,
MP ,
l.... tnd diacevntiiNt e>k II Jehnton it in pin 00111 WaiAnr a. o1'ASU .Rail.
outgoing dollar for everything would be regarded by most of any rtttrvttl' ) HI 111I..d toct tendition IIipi0I. .with '"'' MI. 1 I"1 t/
from m. conlrolt IJN. CAIN-Ml I Ittt
good to aid and the 1110I economist ** an Inllcator that ottittII )i
: iJ '
coming dollar for everything the cycle was about to turndown I Other ottttt ___l51II ___ 'tr."Trb4.I..PI': Full H tt gtlley. Cobiii; dad Cim; 'M"105. 50-Roomt For Rent

dl1wa3 ..JIt I from our export to return on The present lull on sever TOTAL AS1LITIS5'/14,1)555 "IiOH YOU CAN I MXlroom and l b 'll n P''v4Ihvmt .
ADVERTISEIN fJ/l Investmont abroad. IIM' In wt,r .II haul Owner ; ,
You erenltIs I PI
il fronts little MI
may generate II D."' .lId dpotittIndlvldutlt. 0/ mov,"I kJCk north Ou ck toll
THE COLLIER COUNTY THISSPACE None' of that adds 10 II 1 1 I 453Listings
NEWS up to enthusiasm but U also ealmi ptrtntrh.p. IVM Coll l over Id I Sd ,1 1 ,
..foil m.ki9 g purcliito Iron 0 for "'.... oninf crisis. ., awl oerpor. chA.... I Item dealer, Ana I :t'a
Ntm .d.ti,.,. Ht U inl.r.il.d CALL MI 2-2107 THE COLLIER' COUNTY some fear. tae1 U1UOO" 4.u .. thot sun .."ln Wanted
NEWS. Exports exceeded Importsby II Tuna and itvlnit. do CNAuf7N aid cut* Portetl

in knowing; .bovt your '''P'''.. FOR DETAILS Our .d..i.... th.r4 yM tool a sizable figure. The balance .polls individutlo. PISO Ml ? afttr I M Wo note 10''R' In, ..I" "r"
.
.ndMr 10 I II I M5Builntti .
'
p.fr1n.r.hp. OllCln Nply. Mt"I> "Itvr
PUBLIC NOTICE ILll1\ T', ,
L.l o f ul u it l l" nn
1Qpn el UA11ld Will ,,itttl 1,sO ,I 11.4 I
p. s' 'I"
,bin 00".'"'''.''' II.141 It Oppi.kutinttt ,
.p0ep11sunI y "" pnu-,1, I IUol
IN THE: CIRCUIT/ COURT Of THI: I' 0..Gelb 51 ...... .. .
"if.AL'i1i'jl .' \ Lj,) ledsot' lul .01"l Nt.ub"'o"
ar i"b", ''' 1'< "
,,
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN l ,' /rol l I.o-I I "',J"'l lOopliMd
IH,Wl 44l
AND FOR COLLIER COUNTV tipnt .ihlo" Juts! I ,II
l Ctrtitiod sod. oroNra'q54155 Qu."f.od asrly I. Ilan ewe .
FLORIDA' IN CHANCERYNO
,
NOTICE' OP 1141. suit II TOTAL 51.DEPOSIT{ I,IM,W U ,Seine.eperMMe wirrl or;without.ritnryI OOBIIII Ph.l I N MKyii" '?HMI ON.,,,,

TOPICSCAUSES L A, SOWLINiJ. at tlPlalnlllft.. '*. T.I.I 4..d I Ntvt !brse kuiWlnd n. good ROBERT N JAI'GERR.
-( I.yob1. M40IMIIdtpotitt Incut,on wit* kienly: : ** fl rk'"HrM
.
VtMARCILLA al 1 Tolal' alma' a slid like living qu rl'''rWhtt .. II r SOkr.
A. MCLIN ot al Ind eaaMp. WM. full d* 1'1' .Its, a........... CI, TI IS11
DoftndtnttTO IIi/ll/H, Uili" C.IIlrr1...ely N*... .*
II P.d.ralued1 Ne 0 i 0,111/
MARCIILA A. MCLINH14I : 55-510re. Office
INONN,
Vork RotdHunlinalon Ihtttd Wtnlid party M till >vir tretpor
OF DIZZINESS Wood, Michigan i<| bulinote OMMrlunily/ to
You, MARCCLLA A. MILIN, trtdirtby 11 TO'.L tmlll JM $/YP rWrdO $/ FOR RINTLarg ,
r V Ulivrmth in dtfiiiea iI s notilloe' hot o .....pl.I'" to L'lltTlU' ACOOUN1'1,3/1' If : I' 4 T dpp Nu,: sl> ttore or offico tpote onGONNtR
'"
_
/am lortclott ttrttlo moHgiit an thotollovin CAPITAL *.. II boils' .1"". 0' Call lotollen I Ilk Avo So
I'lacr full of HHf icule pimiwiiray 4ttcnbo4. loi; II Common tloek otrvtluo Wv > nOl WIJ M ,110511 55010.51. diSlretl. ..
'.r' II 0 The labyrinth! of the huun Lou I, I end I, Slock:1, Tar I. por thar* HIM, block' Crow It! Nttl' Btnb Own
PLAN Of NAPLIt' N' .. .h.,- aulnorntd nil57Houie dudl'
mirtcstf er
ear IK a. I. tiny 9-Flowen Planta.S.eda
Plafool ,
11,000. -
let thoroot rocere.4 tHE GULP REALTY I:0ell :
\,"-.-wttcli It the ,.. .
in nitnlrr T al Iht Puklio RocorOtof H. .h. eultlonding 8.h A" SD\I'h
.pu>r orittn which eonlrxU moi Collier County, Floruit I lt04' Big Bargain
i.,HI: and iHilmirc:: Whru:, there hit b.." 1110' ...1"., you sod you Total, PtrV itluo is.G501p0
ere rtqulroO. to ttrvt t copy of Big Coconut Palms I For Sale
UnBwdd
i ilii-funclioii in the UliyriuthH N INr
your A....., er Pltt4in, to .h. ttm II prtfilt .
H I m Mmtiiitmi' So TOTAl CA ITALACCOUNT M.0..'n 11(0 t WOO
'In the html, Ibnl' on th* pltlnllH, IllorntytIXON | PANIINO' NEW'
NIXON 4 131141 /'" r< al l per '''''' ; ,

,, L I 1'111. plea of 1II.'hl11\ IKi Sat Ili. Ntplot Fl 2,8.: :; o"OMr' AM) "'II'/Hi'M 0115...Ills"' 1 .lots broil hoBil.o ,,North,. ...'.-.?...
,lie she tho tritmtl Antwtr' *r Intht Jl TOTAL LIASILI/ t 1751ill\ NW5IO' 11 a ,I .
w i only Itixut in litHly thai Plttdmg Till ANDACCoVN'TI Ft Mien, fl. a r<|> "Itoly """
ww .r wY his rcsrhed Ito full f lrc and iltvrlnpmenl ottitt ot INS Clark el tea Clr By An( iOVdy1001' end
5 cull Court on ., k./oro tlio load III cull lor One In10Inl Sods
S1*! lit
i l / at Irirth fortuiialtK lay of Octoktr, IM4, If you lad Ctlmot. Ctthitr, of Ihotfcovo 12-Help WantedkMporVt Tht rriftfM viih li m.A1utl :
Ibis vital lalivinih, safely to 4o .ludement ky. dtltult will I I. Louise ntm4" .kink do htroky do

locattd in nlmul' Iht' middle of kt :I Itktn tatmtl In Iho you complaintThit for, lire rtlitftmlnad him, thtl Ihit rtpen ot oond,lion e '''L INkOn1O.-cab Lath O/b I Vu.A: Macs"w
Hit skull, "in liy It true And torrtcl te Iho .bail of lalnw.n N.ble' wrlpll
corn- .
1 : proltrltd notlct thtll ko pukliihotl onto Old ballet' our lmportry .(''.,
A p5t1) ,Ixwt thai gerr'sN1Udo) ilI tick WOOS for four oontoeutivokl my tnowlodfi' LOUISE CALMtlW tt Ml NmlN" M N Ntplot.
... in Tht Collior County Coot, H I II DEWEY POLLY
R I he cochlea a part of the Inner N.M.< Florid. the undtrtentd ractort. tl laROSIN'S DOOaff 501/
i .r. i I. coiutrntd with the >ptul DONS AND OPOttReO ol CtltNtpitt gel th* oorroctnm *< Ihit rooortol
I ',."d.. tondition, and dealer Ihtl' it Ira.Sso..seosd REALTY
timt of I".rill' toadMAPOAaIt This llntt Say ofItptombor ky ut And I* tho 13-Help Wn. Female
bout of our hnowiodse and ktliof it
I I'he "lIcircular C.H>|>. a T SCOTT .
levi tnd torrtctI 05rai aoo Dewey Polly Ntaltofcorn
Clerk Circuit, Court W."lr.,. wanld
hart. of the laUyrinth: mattu Collior' County, Floridt' L TURNER MI mTypn .. .{ Ill l Av. No .n..
< cotnpo td of three K>actiullnl > Iv IOITM TVOITT. DC SOYNONAM Tsolaml Trill 1
with. fluid .\ this NIXON, NIXON a CROWLKV MUOH SRIMIRMAN'' worl lornPf' MI 15r0
fluid Oil II. Iced ails l hatlges' position with the head, Iyl, /WILLIAM' D, NIXON' / ) H Twp "nrmr no ,"Ml on adlen| n1
Allorntvt for pltlntlfftitpt /N THE I.... loll' 0. CIMI | iMlrocmI
e .u move nerve tmtiti II.. or M. Oct i L a ii IM jtiei COUNTY AND' JUOOI POP! COURTIN .for marking. ,.and ehoikmg { kHH CI, Wall r, Cnwuy: i
rllii', which crate waves that COLLIER" FLORIDA out liundry Pod vaittieatl Is... n" trilled (.11 Noiff. '
l ravel' tlonic iirrvtpatrM to ctnicr. IN CIRCUIT COURT /IN PROIATRCAII ..... 5N1dayS' NopTtt so port d, 15. 'I m lrre10" DtosIo.nTIIsblo
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: Prtlhort Lawedry14Help '' $0110 ettupinry
m the brain These ctnttrntiuitrol COLLlIR COUNTY NO 44' 14/lt If nr railst'noerly, ; Ina110-inn I S

) the wnMlion uf pot:. ITATf Of FLORIDA. 'IN RfCilt ot ,stIllS" 4 ,xb1a' ern'' Pr, e

thin which in turn mamuin. IN' =A ''''f''. EMARITV AOOIION. Wanted MaU 1"00. I..h, ''''''.d'il.' N5.
the body'* "lulkiirt INLVIN D or+..... I Deed *,
[ TOWIIIUND AND WIPE. OP FILING PETITION Minted 1&rV'V7l e *' C.U
Null NOTICE by Marre. island ...!_ |m,
IiinnesI i. a roniplex intdi-- TOwNENDMI11K4h FINAL" CMRQI ,,
& .. 4plilBIWiBrLONG OF AOMINIITRATRIMNotwt DcveUprnvnl fornvratlimMen --w IIIh urll.
Not and lit Jut to wide
may a 'It hrky oboe thtl I htvi NttW > "kwd'aom" nnnf.leutfu
fnr IIIn""II,,"..,. H tler ) bilh
\jritiy of' cause. Dulurliaiift.lauKinf OI.J,.. AND filed, my fml rdurn t* Adm105.1n, tltur to .. ,.. .. Ul" 01 I Ily ,
LINES OF SHOPPERS' jammed Naples area food stores Wednosday iiiont ilimiitii, arcUrgtly WIFI KTHIL tru of tho tlllt ot CHARITY AODIION then avtrane. hourly room .*ren"d uwh D.tli .

morning to stock up before Hurricane Isbell arrived. Theelnrrgency of Itntf OlndtnttNOTICE Dot...Nl: Ihol I hovo f/lid. rat,.. Oil MM S tiOl Coal ant A'- fan |i t', Wo
duration and way -
OF IUIT my Pttition, for 0..,,,.,,,,... end torFmtl down. SI,1! pi : :'s HhVrNCK'fONHOY
for which they prepared did not materialize. however ai .. .n ...111" lit corrected Teat STATE OF FlORlOA TOlMARVIV DiKhtrao, and tfitl on Novmkr or Ml/ I7J3I. 10< if '
Viiuing of dimr. r: OAKI JR. AND II 1144, l will otoly lo Ih*
winds never exceeded 50 miles an hour during the middle and late roinnioii rouse / .
.. WHOSEEODDNESIKi Monortklo M M ITANLIY. County 5ry1I.' .sii 5n n ;
art mot on .ifknc.n atinonphtrir Judas* of Coilur County Fiord.for tin Prtl.r mss with Air Coning
afternoon dinner hour
Dv the it was nearly calm in Naples pressure. ovrrindul, II UNKNOWN' tpprevtl of aid tint): roturn and eHae11p alA nea. 11.51 w 5 111. MM As. P
1 Ktitrt in food stud drink. Vow trt htrtkn notifiod, thtl l tor ." ..... of dittrikulion and for condition* plnly of work MI / I'l,
tytIrani lust II.. k. *>0 IAN ...,.... you aIM .a' ditthtrpt tt Adminitiroirit oftho Call Ice Pttrio Ml I SOS)
and ortiitii l>o nor and)
ABBEY TOUR POSTPONED mr Rut din/intw may gist! 'lit Aerobe roouirod, 10 torvo upon pltin.tifi .. DuO wt.nor Furn'.ntd or t*"
ju.,
DUBLIN (Aft A building for he ciwnpany: has been pu hd The: troupe, mfcich made Its ucli a> uremia, hiich "Mood Ispl.r. if tun. t* tho your kill of writlondt'onttt. tornpitint IIM. DOLLY ITORTIRAdmmitlrttrm [;;-it.;-;.-... M Pram,. IIPS eN /9Stots
ttid, of Vin0,111 500'O
dinciiMii in tail whitk
delay here anothtrpoaiponenwnt from December last Mail to in U.S. m I")'' l p1.MUre at the tar copy brown l. *
is forcing over until not it dollvtrod M korooiM on m *>glc Lab toonlotlino For S.UCOMMINXIAl
you er
reel brain tumor. Thin In wlipliytirian Oil It M S$. Nov I. IH4 aOl :
of an Americantour May by a worVmtr.'a atrtke. The originally ass chcdul* I I should IH foti.ul ftil .0..O ....,.. pro ._ COURT OF tjiTWKLFTM n arsda ol ,Immottltoi .
TM( CIRCUIT/ IM
IN on
for the Abbey Player. prrvioua Abbey was destroyedby ovemeaa lout laitt yew then II'I," III allY ra.r. of perlislentIr1uu. 101.. will N ant-r ra// you JUDICIAL CIRCUIT sollar 0,15, J.e' JMnN'Se A'rpr1 Rd .. r.I.,5ra...,.
( ',
.t tibe I11$ mineral
Completion of a new theater fire tevtral years ago. during the prr-ml .r.."" .. -lam IAi' ?chid, p III bill adOwpI.1M COLLIER Ih ANO FOR FLORIDA r., 11110 r.r Itl/11 1 pIlql. 1, II.Pe.,. "MIl'"'.'M' ln0ad r I

:"hO'J'; sad turt ..,". 'ot CCUNf11, .. /rot very ikin, SlMk, AaN1INLYoIS
w7\Nul, Marl sic NOTICE T& OIP..II O. 0Molty koot laM (pat CIIM Irr.'I M.,. ,'10
*y h0.and) 10 lest ORDER. A PUILICATIONAde,1,50 kid. of TrIll .. a4ar0. ....... W".M
o. toid Court tt Noplot. Florid. ... ,.. mini keutk of ilea LdMt. Bowlno .
I The Wonderful 1 of London Town this fW doe of pael.r 0 j/edMANOAPET d "' thet foond retvm te
Sights T' SCOTTCiork MAnr ALKtItf l/OLiM .,0..< eoiir eounly Nt..o, DEWEY POLLY
C.rtuit Court To LOUIS MAII..II/ Srohm t AHoli kl*. n. or
CL"U\ SEAL) Superior Window Cempony 1111 C.I'ocl
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>/) 10ROKOTYlAND" C'rt TAYLOR VOu'ARi MKRl'sY
'I'l'. NOTIFIIDrhti Q.O Dewy Pour llooNoiCeno
Ntplot IIN1roAIISruwy hi 23-Mlic. For Sale
PeM lie Adoalie"
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our nor or othtr ptd+ 10 I..... omeif'uto'YC' ? LutSe Ml/ SMt /

RltOLVTlON4trnod ,ai PnHion Sac Adoption on PM, will to wtii Rent ofeol'it ;(EZ'B'b l Ape/ ,''''.''' INnR
11060. Thoodort F N:rIII viiampoeor.. I|) 500111MNIn TM Mw,ogeMARLOWE
Mrr eoAao OF'AUNTY ? ;:eeaslOuw *tna gM I It

COMMIS5IONIISOLLI .." Florid. one ,,,. tt or,s'usI' .out, u n.w 11 .M" ..... AND BECK
i R COUNTY PLONI0AWNIR : r.r pKtdwg in th* offit of 5501 0r1'sr 05-la .....'.......
Aa Y PNdws Cii .... "i' 01111 Cirtv Court 00 5'Nbrl 0,111 ,1114 Sari f' ....._ REALTORS
a > .. th't Store el CountyM th* Hn dty of ........... WY .111 M.IIJ.Jr" Aw TTY

M tsrl roou* li<,e ..... a 11511| "yen tail to do tt dotroodifouH U'..t (|ww5r ntlt.t< F M I I//el 555e
wiM ko ltn ap5'nNrlu
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1/.1 YUt.d Ni504..4."I Pfl I en 'V A4.Ne0
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nn "
.. /M1 tttk *>..k hv lour t4Mo Kt ; : : '
sad *rd 'onovnio and dwlt'mM I /r t, .. Nav, 10 I, ,
.,( .> tht County *"0 M'. vt otttt M Q.MN CovMy TllOTTfork N.weMA00A0ET IILCOHOL'U ANTNYMOW .r Pot I + s rn.
"" ..' t"d It tho .... portolKolod of tho Clrwit: Cow'iCeNif Ma IS 0..055 .A5 do_ln5 :Ph". MI, r.. I0 J1J1,
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..,. .. CewMy, Florid' ... A ro< *
er > PUOI c M t dfRgAg Vflort .or. tf ". *
"" t puMit .....". was 'SEATIil0D0a1 >110141 NM....*.. M P"tt 114 A Tr*.H 41" II VI M Pay A.
said '.- .... 1104 dry II a50swahie ... P FISHER *.P4>.4 Cnwri A"*.< on kit rbs t. N OMoMoot "MwoMmont
for u"'onort'Opomo ..
W naI01, la dory wbo'M.4 110 AMp *. l '!.. A.. ....., Tae .' Land.
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4 5..4 IM ssd 5a.4 5a0we III Motrnty a.'M'sgM.w L. e .y II ll]: ,. IIS.ylce. 1 II As,. I'MU W/ |)T on INN
tF Nerd Ili ......,..... end ..51'5. w$. rr It.'n. M CI P<; Mi-vir, MO Npp..ed
Oat 5104 ,111
i '_.'04 0 50.10.lesele .nd N.MN Mane 111.14 P.0A
r \r.; L' rt w K-. I '<.H/ 04..td in Ih. proioutot "- Offered ...,...... Land hN.4 C.WlraMy
_., rte lo wet card wet. oxcM H.flM IMO our*. Oi o0II
".414. -*. and .,N a. *f toy &&\zfaimxri Tow e, 6po landap4LAalII1AN
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'"f ho Pvkl.* ga "Av> ;w2J2/? ee"CM i WOOD woe Peaty..1
NOW THgRCFaRf SC IT Rfivgo 00455101 .r 1MI/ Trod Ml .' 11M
,. "'.. ky H>* l**>< o7 eeJnly *_*4kM .*>< AM f **Jlf'*4* M1** t*** Foundation Piles
*4,0151 Of CMr /..r goVoty. .
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rte '' do i'III rno IOeoM51,1
0141 N1'.dN 101.0.Rld 5415NIrVar Docki-Mooflng Whips 11r.* Ingle at ee dews oneilMMOne
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so eJ .e441 McON, N ,Ms' S. ..
he *dsrout
:'dod' ,;.l.rI1 00 on t.OW* .. M M} N NAPLES (Lit ADEN Automata ..'r*...t mile from Ootdman
I'x 01 Fie*** fortkorJr Tlic: 0.70 ISaIli sidM0 1541IMI

I +1I r't. r ., II.._-.'.Md o por ot hi Plot ptl of *koootrtel 4 rrr aM are0.. Mr...41.sad ,/way,4N jots'/aa1 ABBOTT I,,.r*County City Rally OOOH lundty.II\f:

I-1M. t o" to 'ocordod "> CethorS .... ", ... Red'- load

nu-1, PouerN ofH: 11151 I/1$1 55)11. 62-1,,""..> Property
odd fko SoirtP-orht Mo .k. P0r

; : : : 'I,gen M Loa I T rI |7 **d ,J, ""or ...... .....1... ,,,,. //I: I,.
othe Hn*.rl, *.v Swtt ,Iwo .".' 'N' / d es/0 S-.Wnted !. BayMM Undw thot 4 drink*
M NWaN I !W 4 .. ,_ 1411 f.... SI's0 55510 PTM .. lodroom I .kih hento twi
.; xo lr .* '.5 'I....... ..e .,._ IN 41.01 oood ku.-, *t*. Ownol
n ;.'tot Rood I1a1 on ace WOM *v MM 4 eM? nh_p0 IIJ Gied {0edld ds.1wwas: ,;;:: not otnor kuomttt mtoroot and
-ih St'ot .Se-we otri:* .10' II ant CW. N Ina c..c ........*.*.. CO n onoiOira tt ooH C.tollonttttmt
I II >' lond ._0*>*.M*<* 14 rM M 4 .11 I.e ,., Cell'. C.woSyNrd M tIMM to outlifiod purthator
I i*....n and 44 ttol o.do. ,|r ; IN *
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:. r.1 Caner CsoWy 'Ni41Iasi / : .... 3I-Auto/ SU't
7 ON10y Ind ....... IWV bnd. ..... 1M 4hN

Am0nk 'he man delectable London sights caught by the Defof s Mc i renders Other, plato ibxr idumond "H.tchi" ...e, PaW's"IN .d a Ind CoH_It_ toe Couac5 wd. pN_. 0.",_ 1... S.040 L C: "l 1i 1.1,00 r.w //,11 191w POLLY

new* p'' ,0. r'7phtt: .n tM two I S. settee afire pictured -pattcnri et. -k.-'Jls on tht ihspt'jr'! legs of Natalie .' d .... 05 r-: H10w'saM/1 Pe.aW m ..Cird a 1.Op a,., seNN REALTY

bos. .' v u.t KJ Novak to Ittk Century cotton, peers Wood si she ir M st tendon A.-port to catch a pUn for 1'.0 Y CO"'OIl"I', "14'60 ,., on P OrotKyAn 150115.a. Area$10.4..0, N 05511 Maas N'V
.Yrr "> > ot law U.. iyRVBBFR 0 Dewey ". RMReC
f, ,, ,.. Xiutr: at s surprised police coasUbleSto Vfeaaa: I'U. dale _?l mate a movie In this east, t Olwgr I"Oll : in A_ Sovtti :I411 I o ::: N0 cod
Mr1 .
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wat; acme from her ew movie. based OB Daniel tt !raid tttts' tfUr.i:. : ::! are a fi?: ...tcfT's: best frkftd, Ili ( I71p t a .t .t1. 11 INI r 1 I RTAWPS-l11 JolieT Ml, 140,1
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DID YOUR














PROPERTY SUFFER














STORM DAMAGE ?










If it did..and if you carry WINDSTORM insurance with any of the Capital Stock Insurance Companies listed at



the bottom of this page, here are some helpful suggestions as to the proper procedure for handling your claimin



the fastest possible manner.

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((1)) NOTIFY YOUR INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENT

Your independent insurance agent who sold you your policy is ready to help you. damage is questionable, they make every effort to give the insured the benefit of

Notify him at once of any damage. He will report the loss immediately to a the doubt, but the standard exclusions on WATER DAMAGE are specificallyset

qualified adjuster, who will call on you as soon as possible to inspect the damage. forth in your property insurance policy and must be taken into consideration

Under the Capital Stock Insurance Companies' "Catastrophe Plan" many additional in the handling of water damage claims.

experienced adjusters have been rushed to the area so that all claims may

be processed and paid within the shortest possible time.
(3)) SEVEREST HARDSHIP CASES WILL BE GIVEN PRIORITYThis


((2)) PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY FROM FURTHER DAMAGEIt is a major disaster and many families are homeless. Even with many additional -

adjusters in the area and others en route, it will take time to process the
is to interest to make possible effort to protect property from
your every your
thousands thousands of claims of
is
upon damage being filed. Everyone course,
further Damage. Make what temporary repairs you can where necessary to prevent -
working under emergehcy conditions, but no effort is being spared by your Capital
further damage. Cover broken windows and holes in your roof or walls. If
Stock Insurance Companies to handle each and every claim as fast as humanly
danger from rising waters still exists what valuable possessions
remove you local and assured claim be
possible. Notify your agent rest that your will processedwith
can from the lower levels of your property that might be affected by flooding orwindswept" speed and consideration.

waters.REMEMBER. :


except under extremely limited circumstances no insurance-

policy protects your home and furnishings against damage caused by:

IMPORTANT NOTEWe

Flood, surface water, waves, tidal water or tidal

wave, overflow of streams or other bodies of water, have outlined above the steps you should take to present any claim you may

or spray from any of the foregoing, WHETHER have against policies issued by any of the Capital Stock Insurance Companieslisted

DRIVEN BY WIND OR NOT. below. There is no charge for any of this service. Your Capital Stock

Insurance Companies are working in close cooperation with your local independent

insurance agents and with local, established contractors and builders. You

This provision is standard. Your Capital Stock Insurance Companies can rely on these people-your fellow citizens, friends and neighbors-for fair

have established a record over the years for fair, fast and efficient handling of and honest treatment.

claims under all conditions. In situations where the nature and cause of the


Q tpt 5"0

NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS 1-

.
oStandarc
The following Capital Stock Insurance Companies are represented by one or more of your I local independent insurance agents. These companies are w

members of the National Board of Fire Underwriters and are cooperating in the "Catastro i h i Plan" for this area. We suggest you check the list to see irotection

If you are insured by any of these leading companies. Then, If you have a claim for damage or any questions concerning your policy, contact the local ov O

independent insurance agent who sold you the policy. He will help you in every way possible.

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AolM CMuoKy 4.uroty Company e...",.,,Intoranc' Company tM ,......... 'n..AC.e_.....Y.MN lantfan 4. lancainu hit Co tM Ies//N Cad ,.........."" .c.. It......-.. t...""'_-.nc.Company, MM
Aatna Imorartca CompanyAotaoMural e..."..Oak Fir* 'Inauranco. ,.Compiftritliana ", ,... Un'a........''n... ..d lase C.. l ..NUN.. 'nll"01. C*H Hr*TtrkAMvrtne !lan....* Pwa,.... Co. ol Haw J..*.,
InovraMO CompanyAiainy CM'MN NMwes a C. Y fuHan H Company anhanan P 4 M Inturanca. Company *Cwnpwy. Ltd.lst. ttano'aral Manna bnuranca Co tM
Imnfinn Company Banaral In. Corp of N V ...Newus .
.. warms Ntws.cs c..n' U Seal Cuasp Nets Capitol Inturanca
Companyon
Ganaral Acaie'anl y
4 L niu Corp IM .
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Aa-iina*Inauronaa Aaaorana Company CsnpAYAts LN.NN. Glues CNweNve" I.e Inturanca C..N N.w Corpoiolionalomkia Ju.., 0.*aral'Catoaity' C..1 WiacantmUnarai .arrtima. Intvranc Cava,e Company_...., tmtitao'arylano' ............,.D.nu.l.......In..CupM.NNU. Conan .. InMconoa toouraitca Offtc Co of.Now tMoportor Varkon
....$ ...Central lntv..M*CompoayAm Caivaity Companyommaraial ( Hamtwanta....CarporationOanatal .....ee....>.'"* lay In.......Componyartantna .Aa.w.C..0If N.. Yut lp Intoranta
rlao: Imp**1 In*..Ceo M II. 0... Ca.r.MW' IMwIAtI C. .1 H..... .,.. laanHty* Carp *( N Y .. lntornca C. of AmaXtaatropoMan /....... his.,.AC.CaquryIis ......1' yiro ..._.. Company
....... Isehiyve 1.._.....C. Union "........U Co tMraaitk ran 'lfiurnc Company PIT. "..... .NNuaN.C..ra.p Ramavranta Company.
Amartcin ,....11I/ CompanyAmortooa e_.........''n..u Ca aW <.Tn ka MManwMy liata CompaoyraMla 1oI..u... Inaoranta Co.nc.of M'Company*.aiiaa **......_W*.N.,"._ln_.nc.C..uWMI .. .- OanafH Company m. c.ZoricnIwitioHanaT tMYfcamo .
Amortaan.Foralfn.........leeway* Uoouny. C.liw C.. e._..._...'...... 'Ir,Iniuranca,1Mw.M.C..t ep.N..YCaMetNat V D..t N,.....t.........Imuranca*l .....nc Company.C.ntaqIlr.t Naasi. lI..n..ne.lnvrnc C.C.n of Oe4N.nNN .........1!.Mwr..c... C..N Mm C.. 0If Trk Of tI.Owen .

......Homo tloorty"Aaourtnao"Inaoronao CompanyAmartaan Cu.a.YA.its. e..I1...".In..n'"........n,Ca In* .Coanattttilion ..Y 0__"'.. 'inwtanc knuranca Company Company ,_._ ,,,.. Manno* 4 -4 >,,,.Marina_.In..*.C.C... IM LM
NdNMI Ie.rp.N. C. or
Le ArsuNe
.. National f tra In.. Co. I.M.Ia1uN.. e. If'" Y ........ ... e. Tro alar --,Company
___. Isleew.MS Cwna.pAssisa 'lee Corp of N YCa.n..NI H'no If Intutanca CompanyKaltflM ..... ....._., C n.> ...C. Mi>y Yes Cswe Inawanca CompanyUntan
fur .......... CompanyAmartaaa : 'n..nc. C. p.A, Aec..nt 4 'm ed y C. turvly C "* lI.on..ooc. ttrtr 1+* it HI.
........ C..of Now YorkA"nrHm I.,<. fir* Campany ol No. York Hal Ha1/..<.N 0 I'..,'..mtvranta y>r. l I... Go.Company. tM .NNN.w..._.,UeN.Ness l.NdstW. tot C,*Ce:si....Pgl..., *"..*..!..*....101.umM....._._Cvxpmy.....Cu.puy,.LMt In Inowanta.. kociaty c.af of CoMMn Concor1Union .tM
Unlan tMoronco Company ............. ............ ....... .
.. jatar*miuranta Companymplayar huh y 4 "M" littyfant Company c. ....'oc"_ ._..... Umon_4 Oanaral...Co..
AMaa AMwa llmltoo: .. .. tM
Company .
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*.' Ptra lnoranca Companympioyari ... .*luf*M*CompanyiNMwa A< M*> *m C wiN ,C.n 1I..ew.II" t-,temxm u. .. 4 ....Itpanol In*.
tiakilrry "..... Corp tM ....% !_.nc.Company '..................,. .... Umon .amvoranc.Compony Compony.ANON
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I.Iaw4.dtwt.. ,__ _., I.._..* ."n.nc.CarporationawrtaoJo ...,>oni, ,**.....i.*C.. N.. .1'."". 'n..ne.. Carasp Unna4 .<....Ca ..,Compoy
Olllll. Marino IMMTOMM c.... tM Pira............Company hional Inoamnty Company N.. ,'...",_.on "'... _..e_.., $.hi....... N.wr..e.Ca.a., UIMW MatM f-.,4 fioaranty C.
..... ,. ...... _.... Ns. UMs.s.s c-pon, .. _
4 oMiippir loourtfiao Ceo IItwN W a M In/wwee.e..n' "lal U.- t Co. .. II Ln. a 101_ NN Ca.arryN UnnootlaMa t .. .. Iu... .. .. ... 1..1. '" w'.ne. C. LN ..... Unrt, PM 4 Canorol .... ..
Urmmghaoi rV Hi* C: a Pa t.IMweMIC. a p hided Mat anal lnt ra a C. ,.... ... .. .IYt. 1 a II _.C.wy.e. tot e. .. .
"ell.nc. .... ... NNU.s Cusp.IMMs. ...... Wrkamo Plr, .ta .
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in c* Company ol It L. anta
pinyaVMIoft M.ws. Caps
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A /Ire1p.Marina"fW.C*.IM 'I.. Inturanaa ComponyoOorol i IM.s.ti.sIM.ws.e... / .Company"n A.wka c.r. ...........D. .. ,. LW Venom. ....._.Company
ln ornc*C..l.nd.lttt .. .) aa "*-...".*....Company Nu. I.M. a Muss. I Ins. Ca LoN /.N, a II __ c- CompanyWaanmfton
4.e.....",Company of N VlOality Nu1N' 11- Nswat/e_....., .... I
Plro 4
__ Company 4.Papaail Co of Marytano"KoHry iv,.,.......IOC.Company M Maa York. NsMNat..e _. _I C. N McNNN %...-. NNw..N- .......-., N..s.IN W......tp D.s..u Manna..... his eo.-_ ,
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: fin AaaoalouonCa Manly Inturanca Companyto LW .............. t..c..Ltd.Ls1I. e.-,a ........cWIIIIorOI .
*>ar maoranca C.r.w.W.Cu.lyd .. ', *4 Casualty,".........Co.of Conn. "aia on'u' '"'*4 OM w* c.. LtdLa1..Aaa..tMC..LN .c-N. e........., ,... Nrswp.t c-.-..,-
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County OWN M.s.iLC ',.Iraman... Inauranco Co. of Nowark .IIC... *toilMr* l'- imnc.Cusps .s.m.N..TIM.....-.c---. -Cus-.Y M.... Yer1ZSNN .
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