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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 18, 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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Church Head Naples Heading

ST. LOUIS (AP) The Rt
Rev John E. tones, bishop of
Texas was elected Salurdaypre
siding bishop of the Protestant


Episcopal In that church.post he serves as

chief spiritual leader of 3.8 mil. For Another Big
lion Episcopalians. He was
1 elected from among a field of r
five nominees In an hour of ballotlnj tr ed c fOy
by the House of Bishops
behind closed doors at Christ


Churth Bishop Cathedral.Hines 54, of Houston Building MonthNaples

CONGRESSMAN ROGERS has been a bishop fpr 19 years 30.31 NOV.1
lie had served a* parish pastor Oct.
before his consecration 1945 '
Rep. Paul Rogers He Is a native of South Car t 1964 ,
Sins M drawing of how the proposed
Coming To Naples lance of Its sixth consecutive center will look Is on fU M
Bishop Hines succeeds the Rt mU Ion-dollar building month the BulhtlrK Department.
Congressman Paul Rogers, a Rev. Arthur Lichtenherger, who O In this record-breaking According to this drawing
candidate for re-election In Con. is resigning because he suffers ye.rfor
fresslonal District 6, will be In from Parkinson's disease. He new const ruction. architects (Gamble Powtul .
Naples Tuesday, October 20, served for ale year In the of. Two Urge commercial permits and (employed M. Lauderdale
and will speak at a breakfastat .. Issued by city Building have Taliltlin-style
the Beach Club Hotel at 8 a.m. Official I pen Flnkston In the roof lines In designing the pro
It was announced the breakfastwill Bishop Hines a proponent of week Just ended hiked the Octo- posed store builds Several
be "dutch treat" and all the ecumenical movement for; bar total so far to $119.800.\ structures have been built In
Collier Countians interested In Christian unity will hold the The week's total was $573:!, Naples In the recent past of
hearing Rogers speak are Invited post until Its retirement at a 150. "NoapolynesUn" style,

to attend. maximum age of TO. Roy E, Ingram took out a Largest/ permit of the monthso
..aIT'S $110,000 foundation permit (for far ls the $185,000 peach
the proposed Oulf Shore Plus Club Hotel penthouse wing addition.

Port Of A Series shopping' center on the north This wilt will contain
THAT TIME Of YEAH AGAIN \\ (r."Uon&'It; Slat. corner of Gulf Shore five floors and 29,568 square
on sale in dIm IIto\l'n Naples )'estrrd4nd 'Naples Jayceea pouied on Blvd. and Banyan Dlvd. ThereIs feet First Florida Resource

the heat on the shan and thorn to '11'OI'UI'buttoll' \\hldi hrh) finance no shopping areawlthlnthreeblocks 'Corp., which built the Peach

The Need Behind the Annual :Swamp, Uujrtn \Viken l Here a group is shown with of the beach at present Club tower wing in 1961 for $1,
n reptu.i "if till lutttn and th<' ro\ltt( >.al.b ose which is used to aid The proposed new center will 000,000, Is the com racier on the
button sales In front at l left IK Hav' Itpiift with a genuine set of whiskers be right across the street from latest Kktttlon, Clarence M.Bsuchaples .
while tin uun th'. right i II Ith the false fuzz, seeking to avoid ".r- the municipal beachfront Low. designed It for owners -
Our United FundHow I'f' t" m IdHosiers| Insldi the 4alnboose me llobatl llvder. \I... dermllk Park. Henry n,WuWns and Edwin
\'<'rni' ll.iitl" I and Da\ id !lartlt.\,,. (N" \\S photo) Ingram as one of the principal A. JOII".
: owners of Gulf Shore Wtoi and Ma ale a re building

much do you know about the activities of the several Plata Inc., Is permitted to takeout a $50,000 residence for Dr.
from United Fund d a foundation permit. Contractor Ashley R. Howes st 601 King
agencies! benefiting your con-
tribution' This is one of a series of articles on the Links To Visit for the not three build! Town Drive. K and R Contractors

agencies which serve Naples and the County as pro- I Ings In the aborting complex are building S6, OO rest

vided gy 1. the,! United r'und organisation.Boy : ,lt1., Naples, Italy, has bulging,pot been office selected understsnds.yet the. darn North. M 1940 Fifth Avenue

1 A permit for the three building A.Yeroon Alien will build

.. ,. Scouts' Of, America i Witb Message *'const tllCt\
.jyj&.. *+.-Sii '- ""IT"; J \ ", .L srfdtee'fof, .wlkrwot., \! mfrrA } t.tf.I.4r tIt.
.0 i ...ttr Iii When Mr Sot Mrs. Milton Is chosen. Avenue boil a a cost of $1S,
Founded U England by Sir (professionals,, thrafuBtime
Unit decided to lake a Mac flier. 000. The .
The
will eornmer-
buildings measure twostory
Robert Oade Powell in 1908, office staff one full time camp
,
rinses cruise aboard the .1.
318 by 101 feet, BJ by 88 feet. CI.llcrucna..lsownodbyOM.PeppI .
the Boy Scout movement was ranger (caretaker). Atlantic city and Chamber of
vph I and 125 by IDS f.... One will No
brought to America In 1910 by One of the Scout executives Commerce officials decided a
of Is for the face Gulf Shore, one will be Everett R, Brewer will add
W.D. Doyce a publisher directly responsible little business with pleasure
Chicago. Granted a Federal Royal Palm Districtconsisting would be In order, particularlysince on the corner and the third t screen porch tohls residence
chaner by Congress In 1916 of Collier, Lee and Charlotte the Links would be vlsltlnf will face tunysn. A full-color 1014 Nelson's Walk for 13, \00.
the (President of the United Counties About 40-50per cent Naples Hair arriving October Dwight Tomllnson will make s
States is the honorary president of total membership of the 23. 2.300 addition to his home at
of the organisation. Council Is In these three counties Mayor Turner Immediately is. County BuildingHits 1233 Seventh Avenue North.
sued a proclamation declartiic'
From small acorns grow with Collier County area
Oct M to be "sinter City" day
great oaks, and this lscer* serving about 250-900 each here and ursine all residents to $151,285Three

tatnly true of the Scouts. More year. extend their' band In friendshipto
than 5,000.000 today.Its effects Each year SCOUtS; Leaders 1)1)t) the dtlMns of Naples, lIaI,. large commercial per.
reach Into the homes of both and parents may participate In t The proclamation and s letter mils highlighted< a $151ZM eon.
large and small cities and Its many events. Summer camp has been sent to the Mayor of Mruilkm week. In the unlnrorpor
Ideals have been the guiding (Camp Flying Eagle near Naples, JaI,, reading In parti sled area of Collier County
light: for many of the most respected (UraJemon Is maintained on ayear "On October SI, .64, Ihepre.sident The week'e activity raised the
of our Chamber of Commerce October total so far 1391,19.<< ,
cltUens of round
: our basis particularemphasis
country.The
; Loo51STri1 Mr. M. Milton Link, and already In ei,, ese of the Orto.,
Sunny Land Council \ during June and July), his wife, will arrive aboard the ber (I9dl iull-month total of 1197,. lit
under whose Jurisdiction Col- year round camping trips Sea ,
13. Atlantic al I swn In your tit.
: f IT\ DAY MHMII AM, 'hi Turner
lier Scout activities Explorer rendezvous with Its ) <
County fl, L. Burks will ofietrud
visitor
curs a
come Is located In Fort Myersand regattas socials and activities, right, h.lId, 'II Milton\ l.tllk. protidi of the .It would be really appreciated two..tory office building and a
has Jurisdiction over eMu swimming meets, pine wood ( hlllll'1 i .I ii'minii < <'. a ropof his procUmsOitnlm U you would do all thai 140 by Sl.tout puking house for
counties In Southwest Florida. derbies (for cubs), good rums- tion 11I..1.,111/, ) :.d:) 'Sintfi, ( 'it\ Day'for you possibly can to make their. John W, Campbell i> in 1m mob.I. .
In this area. between 6000- such as helping churches, the 111It'< cal i Suiil.x !rlotidi and! SliP i>I U'a, Ital) vistI memo,.",. one I believe lee. Tl* new buildings will be
7000 boys enjoy the programs; schools, Good Will Industries, 1..11"I. III.) I I". in \aplet. lUtlt that iUto\ extend he would enjoy meeting located Mat to Campbell's. pre.
of camping outdoor life,various United Fund, Civic Clubs and thin i nand \ IiIt'c'IIIIIIII' and beat uUhia lu the mayor with Ms counterpart the Chair sent parklnf. ..Opt rat tIMI.n.
activitiescommunity others In addition the regular pn md.nt .f tin rhnntbt't- Commerce/ nan of the Chamber d Com.mei office building also will contain
of Trade of track fates.
Board your
vice Mining and other events Scout activities of weekly (McGrath photo)
city so that they may eschansvfreetlnfS R. llashbarier Is the contrac.lor .
Sunny Land Council Is s non- meetings! where boys are .A
and tdeas. for an hunt motel to
prof t organization of the Stateof taught the many phases of The Links will visit Usbon. up al Vanderbilt Itearn.. The two.to NAUNC PARKER
Florida chartered annually Scout raft. such as First Aid Tangier Genoa: Cannes, Bsrcelons. stery building will measure 14
by the National Council Poy Mats Courts of Honor Insprctlons -* And SheriffTo Palms, Gibraltar Alters by 100 bat and will coat owner
Scouts of America. Every parades, ate There Mayor and Madeira before returninc to Harry C. Kemp an estimated Nadine Parker
church, civic club school or are national events such ssPhllmont hew York November I. U lime 147,1)1 to build.
other group sponsoring a Scout trips (National Scout allows, Link plans to visit other Latest of the Marco Island
Unit has s man who Is a voting Camp In New Kterico). trips Chambers U Commerce In these new development permits. is 39th Entry In
member of the corporation. to military bases University. Race In Buggies cities lnter.County Telephone's IXportesrhange
betiding, which will beconstructed
Scouting provides activities Historical sites, etc. Queen Contest
by H. L,
for boys 8 to Hi 1.10 are All I phases of Scouting are Long of
Cub Scouts, 1114, Boy Scouts aimed a* making s boy self A special .*!>lIluCrace between MOM Belle will ride with me, Proclamation certain Fort Myers ITIO Son 111000. d will Hopes is t the Maples Jayeee
square tent and
14-17 Explorers reliant and trained In citizenship Naple. ta> nrrcMe Turn.erandfhernt so when we f beck te hurt will be located about. two miles Wives to nave 90 eontaalantsle
i \ Pout Hendry for you she can snUf ei4al the Swamp Puny Queen'sConted
Sunny Land Council has (four character and !physical yen VHCKCAJ worth of the rroaaroads.
., Many yuraAge
Is expected t hi Mislii the the mud," tai i Hendry. seem Mar to naUse.tlos .
full time Scout executivesr fitness the City o( Naples, Florida ,. N. KuMnaon le making
Stamp DUG Race*Sunday aftsrnnm And occordlnc to Mrs. Bind with aniKNinromenl jester
Novemtr I. get, there will te plenty of embraced the City of Naples. $(,000 worth of alterations to bisMe day of s IWn entry Into the race

- Mrs. Rachei Blodgett awtotjuc. mud tor the t.t ." "mud 'lU1c.,." italy as M 'Sister Cky. and land Hour rred Itet4tirant Maser .t Good and the report that there are
te toe at ..rlllJthtr. The rains WHEREAS: over the will builds apparently al least five other
ed )terdjy tiui the two,"",* years S4 by 10,fo<4 storage
inent fnv nimfH mctals Ikeve hove helped, said Mrs Blwljttt, friendship between. these two la North Na(4ea for KdBelavek's building girls who expect to enter this
already opened a verbal battle sad le .Improve IM 1'W111'radt cbfes baa grown., andWllERCAJ. fsmUiire Far Coat will be week.Keweat.
over their respective abilities as an the sand ka. been plowedmuter world peace $ .100. entrant (Into the eon.
swawe buggy driver, eed the ant yardi and yards of Is dependent apse s people topeople test, which Has been. Wiled ss
arf' m.A< is e vcted to reach a fey sari lure been bid f rlene htp.and a popularity sweepetakis. U
.. Parker 17 who Is
Kadtne e
wind veloett) venal to that of
...11 before the tog race Before the tiC"Turner vi H_ WHEKCAJ, the City of Nspics. senior al Naples Senior Uc
.," esMketi.<' INS retulir dr!,. Florida Is desirous of Bank Account' School Nadine was a contestant
IT. "Ill take along r) toy set ere WID help dram the track la. honoring heir lister CbY*, In the Swamp Buoy Quees race
ae track keeelsrs can flsk yen to Asp sje M> rnedltbw. Mrs. Naples karyt, Issue Closed last ,"r.
at tt the mat. ni .Us*,'* sell Meet senouMed the entries NOW. TrCKCFOM., I .... is the daughter cf Mr, and
T.".. ,. were ...... m ..n. end s Ug ARCHIE TWNCR. By virtueOf Mrs Richard ,Parker .1853 Man.
rt Bald: Is eepecteil the tufhertry" ,es ed !V) mess Burns Declares dart Drive, and she U being
The Swamp ,f" nOw ersCliib Mayer the City ef Ne- sponsored by Condition Air,
We Lost Our has amwM d that It will provide pet. fierlds. do hereby ,reetslm.Dcteher GADI171YU.LI (AP-ftaydm Her fcoMrtes are sewing awl
a trflpfcy for ei h heal wlMtrIn lens, Democratic aomlaee for swlmmlag After graduation
23, 194 to be
the regular rates, but sernarieipoc.suws governor, said ycnterday. the fnm Urn school she plans to at..
Wire
Again : *aji made about a "SBTEft Ctrr day fci the ..., dllC1a...<. between Urn tend Cdtau Junior CoUege for
prize for the winner of the .* dry of Kiptss, fierlds, and and ffepitlleM aomiMe Charles two years ant then go to the
Y TWs uses al the .&W..aleuffert beam race do erfe an of the ctrtuns" ef ",JOe, was over University of Florida to study
t froM a partial leee Te 44 eiot giants' aod pep this City is errand their handIn IMley U4 Tweeday accused sit and advertising
AP wire servtre. TIN Woe, to the parade atwrday< Mrs. friendship to the ettlame Bunts of having 11.1 sallltoe lathe Farther entries U the eon.
tke wire was out. III. semee BMfwt aw..w,ed sal nretanee of rheir 'Sister City, Napbs.fca'y Bank of Nova Sagas la II... test will be received through
emu shout Su a m air4ef, trill tA present for tile and I lumber erge mat sew Boras denied. ffce charge.Hewaeiee Md ,Friday October U. Eightflaallsts .
eo naay storks seM at e* A, M nvtudbic the stapleetenter will be chosen from the
'
< event this Proclsmstion be published } ashed the 114....
TOP MEN Russia itt K utrr earner did .4 make sib. ....lee. the general pubUs tovUiag
in matt> D tools ies' a4 J.nhrrngU School fa all tf* news media and vttte Mayor y..erfey U the group by
Lronid Br.xhnt-v I left and I A \ i \ K 0q III. Tbe rM U irytMf le fled taoda, I. vA *e I0fe IchoJ.fietbune spread the reeerdef awawy Matter was settleJ as taraskewas at the Maples senior High
right Br.&hn\ was first di'putw'< 'taninitnunisf "f th,. out the ce: tor mis reevrVNtU9adty << HIP Idknl, and IteUr Cit of across ceaxeraed.OH choul Aivfttortua Thursday
< \ >uKt weTl be Put M Naples. r ends M and
from fertMTers.JM eight October the sueesj
< w ill ,, ) eeftatrfy Dens re.
part roe lUll) : part < ntiol
... hale* a* oar readers i" gel the M me rates will be Itor.ood NICHE TURNER plied "The Lasalaad Ledger's Will be selected by holders of
Kosjfin fortmrly deputy IW.tt11t'r 'Dui" >I. U'IIIIt> cleared Bit..
vale s 9 nrayhix of fort Myers, ATTtni MAYOR dance tickets al the CorceatioaiBaU
'> W acting pn'n..iei m pout tlso h. lit t.K I'F( t'f'p'' ,"'r Iq cllII.cen tee elc if -.t ier O. friday Coy Clerk ," M the Maples Beach Club Hotel.r .



2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.".., H*., SIIfIcI.,t. Orifc II, /IH4 Predict DelayIn
Burns Backs Around

Freedom k:: UN Assembly
For


I Barry Says Democrats Want Press, Schools Session Opening


s The or UNITED NATIONS, N,Y,
GAINESVILLE (AP}Haydon

One Man., One Thumb Rule Burns Ida legal told fraternity a University yesterday of Flor.that I sty THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (today AP) -the Delegates General Assemblywill predicted
- -
he believed in both freedom of re SALAAM Tanganyika postpone Its opening at
MANSFIELD, Ohio (AP) "to disagree without being dia. the press and academic freedom 1 de DAR ES African, leaders least two weeks In an effort to
Sen. Ooldwater barnstorm a up) avert a dash between the
Barry greeable. Unit.
,
.
k
a* long as both have rosponsl.biltty appealstoday to Britain's new
and
ing across Ohio, asked a He recalled his brief meeting honorpllt's ed States Russia's new
cheering crowd today, "Do you yesterday with Sen. Wbert H. The democratic nominee for Ls-wr: government a to unilateral regime over U.N. peacekeeping

want one man's thumb on your Humphrey the Democratic vice governor addressed students, rejecting for due*.
declaration of independence
cumtry, or do you want yours?" presidential nominee, In Sioux lawyers and state officials at Southern Rho. The word spread after the
In his first stop on a second Fall., S.D.Boos breakfast at the annual leg! 1a. wmte.' upremlst United States switched Its stand
swing through the state he has greeted the mention ofHumphre live and! homecoming weekend.He th ia was made In a and made known It would agreeto
labeled a key to victory Nov. 3, ,'* name, and Cold said he "wholly subscribesto The appeal issued after talks postpone the Nov. 10 opening
c"ti mi iique else
the U someone
Republican presidential water saldl"There the board of control's ,tat.. President Julius proposed such a
nominee laun tied U need to here between move. It was believed a
an attack on no boo. He meat on academic freedom Republico' croup
the United
President Johnson accusing Is a candidate Just like all of The board's statement said in er Nerere o Zanzibar andPr.me of Asian or African nations
him .l+ I"t ht Ta.ifanylka and would broach the idea
at grabbing too much pow. us. part "a university faculty and '. s f,1 Ministers Jomo Ko-iyitta and the
"We had a very friendly visit student body must be free to Communist bloc would agree,
er.He Obote of Ugan.it
Milton
of
called the Democratic and went on our way," Gold. cultivate a spirit of Inquln and Kenya and Kenneth, Kaunda Jl soon In s. statement late Friday.
philosophy of government the water recalled. U.S. Ambassador Adlai S. Stev.
) scholarly criticism and tn exam. Northern
"one-man, one-thumb idea." Speaking In a section) where Ice Ideas In an atmosphere of to-ba Independent canon said, "While no one has
.
Rhodesia.The
Two weeks ago Goldwater unions are strong, he also blast freedom and confidence. ,con. said the pledgesat yet proposed postponement of
made a whlstle-stop tour across ed the Idea of compulsory arbl. latent with the exercise of academic four men PrimeM the General Assembly, In view
Ohio. His other stops today were ?ration. responsibility a teacher c ,. the Commonwealth of recent developments the
at Akron, canton and Youngs Goldwater added nlsters' conference on Sooth United States Is open minded."
must have freedom In the class
the
that
)1fJl1a were
town ern Its The dispute results
to what have from
"Contrary you the
room In discussing his subject.
would proceed
I AJ the Arizona senator been told, I'll defend your right After the breakfast Burns British territory Soviet refusal to pay General
ached the center of town he to strike and to collective bar. told newsmen he was opposed to f speedily toward Independence" of Assembly assessments to
las greeted by almost as many gaining." the trimester system, "but Iwlll adhering to the principle finance the Congo and Middle.

BJ sign as Goldwater signs. Last night in Chicago In his depend upon university leaders ma'orlty rule, East peacekeeping operations.The .
But the reception from theowd first major campaign speech on for official recommendations. Russians are two calendar
estimated by police at 4,. civil rights, Goldwater said the "H appears virtually unanimous w. NEW DELHI, India (AP) years behind In their U.M. dues
00, was noisy and friendly. American Ideal "Is neither to that the trimester system Ambassadors of three Arab The United States and Britain

Goldwater defended himself establish a segregated society Is a noble experiment but! It states walked out of a dinner have said the Russians should
alnst what he called his worst nor to establish an Integrated Isn't working." party given by the Jndiui gov. lose their assembly voting

ability charges that he itIleet.h&ppy society it Is to preserve a Bums said the trimester system emmet last night. A member rights under U.N. Charter Artl.cle .
and might start afar of the IndlaJsrael friendship 19 which
free society. had not achieved its objec.'tlves :. provides that those
If he Is elected president.He of offering education to society was pr.sent.BRtJNSNlolC members two years behind shall

began by saying 'Beforee more people or early graduation. have no vote.
talk about whose finger German (AP) -
,
ht to be on the trigger I I The state's board! of control GOP CANDIDATE for the 1..,S. Senate Claude Border officials In Brunswick PittmanReturns

want to talk about whose finger system Is a flaw In the admin Kirk paid a visit to Naples Thursday night) and report that East German border
ought to be on the country, ConventionRichard
educationsaid have tightened securitymeasures From
Istratlon of higher guards
whose thumb." gas greeted' bv these five lovely ladies at a cocktail -
is searching freight
Goldwater said It was possible Earl Faircloth, who party in his honor tit the Don T. Jones residence In dC A. Pittman of Naples,
scheduled to become the new aU trains by using police >l"
on Banyan DouUMid, attired in dresses. returned FriJayfrom Pittsburgh
torney general. advertising his candidacy. The "Kirk mils" pictured Penn. where he attended the
1r EDMONTON Alta. (AP) 82nd annual convention of the
above with the candidate are, from left ,
2 Corporations 4n agreement to exchange assistance National Funeral Directors Aj.
Mrs. Jones the hostess Mis. Thomas Bund Mrs.
\ )
,
14 Given } In event: of i disaster sedation last week The convention
Here Get Charted' ( Boy, David Veens\.hoten: Mr! Walter Keller, and Mis. nuclear war was J.iciiiw*
State Flag For Nick Minaikh In the loner photo. Kirk is seen day by Alberta and M.Mtana eight million dollar arena in

TALLAHASSEE Secretary of addressing: some 100 )guests at the) "lomed beef civil defenaeworkers.LONDON Pittsburgh with 5,047 persons
State Tom Adams yesterday an.nounced Rescuing BoyTALLAHASSEE and cabbage" dinner that night lit the Naples attending. Pittman who Is the
of thefol.
lowing Collier the chartering County Corpora. (AP) Four. Beach Club Hotel (MtGinth )photos ) (AP) The CO.TI. president of the Florida Funeral

Ionsi teen.year.old Mike Barfield of mnlst Party Increased Its Directors Association went as a
share of the votes In Britain's delegate from the state associa
Madison a state flag
Gulf Towers of Naples Inc., possesses &en. HumphreyTalk
a Condominium Care of WilliamR. and a state seal tie clip for res. Humphrey AsksTennesscans general election. The party had tlon.

Skeele, president, 1262 Third cuing a baby from a fire. Cancelled twice as many candidates as It

Street, South, Naples, filed Octo. Gov. Farris Bryant hailed the did In 1959. .
Smith Carroll Vega youth In his office during a new Plans for Sen. Hubert Humph The total throughout Britain
ber 9 by ,
Brown and Nichols, 12 Balch conference Thursday, saying he Pravda Hurls rey, Democratic vice. president tor the Coinminlsl Party. waatelJZ II.W. Clouser
acted "with the kind of conductwe Fold tat candidate to speak, In Fort votes comparoJ to 30,897
Building, Naples, Purpose, con. Back To Metropolitan Inauranc ConauttentMetropolitan ,
domlnlum. Subscribers, WilliamR. are proud of In Florida and Myers last night were cancelled In the 1939 election when the
the kind we ought to recognize." Friday when Sen. Humphrey's party contested 18 seat; *. This
Skeele, 1262 Third Street, KNOXVILLE Tenn. (AP) -
Blast At C Williams .- It had 10 caiirt'litM' In the Life
act ,
South, Allan Glade, 1779 Third Young Bar field's heroic New Sen. Hubert Humphrey yesterday office wired Berry )0. CUIANVMtW

Street, South, Nadine Blade 1779 came while he was mowing the urged Tennesseeani to ",oIWJo the Johnson-Humphrey campaign Held. YOU, H r,
He heard a baby'a screams manager for Lee County. The The Comim-inlsts did not win a
lawn
Third Street, South, all of Naples. teer" for the Democratic ticket,
Church of next door and raced over to see wire stated that the senator would seat In the House of Com.nom will gladly recommend a
Lutheran crowd at airport
Grace asking a an
Naples, Florida, 859 Banyan what was the matter. Red ChineseMOSCOW rally here to "come back home not be able to make the scheduled elHI'! :Imf program!: to fit your per-

Blvd. Naples, filed October 9. The baby, Mark Quick, was Inflames where you belong" appearance at the HolidayInn tonal lire insurance

Qk-Iglnal charter filed in Collier apparently from spilled (AP) Pravda The vice presidential nom?. because of a tight schedule Uruguay Is the smallest independent ntcJi Call or write:

County; Circuit Court June It, gasoline that ignited from a gas published renewed blasts at Red nee, campaigning In the volunteer and because of the International country in South Midway 2-3098

1)01 under the same corporatename. water heater pilot flame end China today clearly authorize state that has gone Repub. situation. Americ, P. O. Box 995 NaplesA
Filed by Sorokoty and He snatched up the baby by the new party leadership. llcan In the last three preilden"
Haples.j'urpose handed him to his mother. The tlal recalled that Ten.
.-Jaylor, 945 CliIU'alM' The reaffirmed criticism appettart races
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church, subscribers, ,, child i* reported rec v .rl., l'uIJ..out anyfl/Jlm nesseean Andrew-Jackson wal .. .
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M, D. Nlckell, Crayton Cove, "ate'. Bttemfittrfthe! jueftssftrs of one of the founders of the Dem. 'e14 "h"

Yieonard Mannings, Ills Eighth Nlklta Khrushchev to work outa ocratlc party.

Avenue, North, Rudolph Bomer,, Belgian Village reconciliation with Peking. "So I come today to the homeof
apt: lOth St., South, all of At the same time, the Com. Andrew Jacksonand I ask .RUSSET MANTLE
tapir At Fair FinishedIn munlst Party paper said the Tennessee to come back home
new regime Intends to go ahead where you belong," he said.A .
) Time To Close with plans for a world Commu. crowd estimated by KnOx.

flat meeting that the Chinese villa police Sgt. Gerald Meritt
NEW YORK (AP) After have denounced.. at about 3,000 waved placardsand Up North The Trees Are Putting On Their Gorgeous Fall Display. Even Here

FOR CANADA'S KOADS the more Belgian than a year village of setbacks at the, The criticism was containedIn cheered as Humphrey ex There Is A Touch Of Autumn In The Air. And Speaking Of A Gorgeous
recent tolled the
Pravda accounts of "great presidentsfrom
$ YI9PLEtSlZATdlE New 'II i n i have been World's Fair was completed meetings of the French and Tennessee Jackson, Display, AD MILLER ASSOCIATES Suggest That You See Some Of The

developed by Quebec prow Friday Just In time for Sund&.1" The James K. Polk and Andrew Houses And Other
ince's road departmentwhich Italian Communist parties. Apartments Properties That Give A Seasonal Tang To
winter closing of the ex. "
give a lot of information position. articles attempted to show for Johnson. Our listings. Our Staff Of Experts Will Be Delighted To Show Them To You.
support
French and italian
In little spare From "Yes, It'. all finished now and in the dispute
the Soviet position Weather
top, signs depict timber I'm $J million In the hole," Review
rutting picnic and timber sighed Robert Stralle, sole own. with Peking
Period Of -- hauling areas.RENEW er of the village. Mix. Min. Rain

The wealthy New York busl.nessman Lei 10 M 69 0.00
OCTOItH II THRU OCIOIU 14 Shakespeare's Birth HANDSOME ROYAL HARBOR HOME FINE EVUNFU I.I the Anchorage,
said he hoped to make Oct. It 81 69 0.00
SUNMON.TUES. There Is no actual documentary decorating a beautifully land caped ... one of .Naple top apartment building
r Ms loss next summer when
YOUR cDRIVER'S up Oft. 12 8: TO 0.1&Utt.
evidence to support terfront lot on llonila Lane Thin located nn Third Mm and Eighth:
LICENSE the fair opens for another six. 11 89 72 0.00
rata .2.rlt month run. April 23. 1564, as the date of charming mainon hold (,,e bedroom ,V,rnue. South, thia mil rwnitlriictrd

I .. 1 DURING YOUR The exhibit originally was William Shakespeare' birth Oct II 81 71 0.21 and tee bath"*, a large dre..lng; room, building contain IX units, riinxixlinc of

N. aney BIRTH MONTH slated to cost $zJ million but but his baptism however has Ort. 11 HI 71 009 tiring end dining room combination, dole! rooms, I efficiencim, S line hrd-
been recorded as of April 26, Oct. 16 82 71 Tr.
Narest[l of rmws..1Yfep M ended! up costing }..4 and 1564, Data upplid, by Caribbean Garden elrctrlc kitchen wish store, refrigeratorand room, apartment and I l"lt bedroom
\OUK Stralle had to borrow from garble" disposal and a tee car In prime condition the precnine

PHARMACIST friend and the fair corporation. garage It baa reverse cycle: heating are attractively landscaped and dr

l\\ a._'Wu I- i TIM village has been openedon and air conditioning Print, carpet many Improvement, Much tree form
IH a
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h1 a partial basis for several (
.J .-",,.rdi 81'EAKS weeks ," *, lantern end room dividers are included *..iminin' pal,| Tan he bought fur
ti
In the purchase price of '2 .930,
MI.QOO do"liP')m"nl. ith buyer to a*
WED! THUR FRI DY embracing a mortgage of approximatrl' sums mortgage of approximately
GENE 2 Unhurt When ""I" 1 117,000. $108,000

0" MfU1S 'Voodoo' Crashes ., e

--'ji ; 7\ IUT'S NEW IX BROOKSIDE Well e
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COLUMBUS/ Ohio (APA .: .1. a her*'* a three bedroom, ins bath Harbor
t I I I
twin engine Jet tighter crasn.land. Lane house in Immaculate condition that
l to .' -; I.I\E IN ONE HALF. 11 the other half
If yen Vender why. the ed Friday after encountering < \' rail n* bought for only 12.110 cod above
SAT hydraulic! pressure trouble, r r' n mortgage of approximately 111,564 cork for you al this duplex Oil Third

__ common and! sold loom solarge Lockbuurne Air Force Base's in nr i piijjli located on a nea" alled canal thin year !Street, South within ran' walking di-
vlllalnoua, ron. formation office said yesterday.The brick and tans of the beach Each apartmrntfonUm.
old reaidrnc uf veneer *oodfurther
aider the fact Ida It "Voodoo"
was
at. swept-wlng h. hdroom
living room,
count In total for almoiton en route from Tyndall AFB, contain a carpeted li'inf room
dining .... and .
m electric kitchen
rombinttran.
kitchenDrape ,
Tit. to Selfrldge dining room and electric
iDDyII. billion Illness. and a Panama City, ,
$1 Billion economic loan AFB, Mount Clemens; Mich. Theplane' throufbcut are included, there and a Urge open porch .

each year I Is the t'.S.' two crewmen apparently I art ho reserve Cd air eenduieneraand Koth .id. art fully tarnished, except
for .
] serious Injury rwrrrnt n-r'n personal 1I'.lonl
escaped feature
heater, pica other special
stone. Vaccine hunter are ., ('h.rk with .. for further tI.l.iI.
eirellcitt
buy
experimenting Ida make this an
THEATRE with new GOES MITM ,
veapon again the HIM --.1" ..... 5 e

wheeling meeting PARIS Ky.: (AP A ladder PRICE II.JIEEX REDUCED te

SUN, NON, scourge, but e cure I I. be. or trestle are handy tot a pi... 116.000 for a quick sale .1 10,1 ly tee

OCTOIU 11th Itth hewed t* be a good five tear hut not al.av* neceanary.Take bedroom upklalr apartment I. S.rf. KRMSHEII APARTMENT FOR

year diatant.Fortunately. Cecil: &.aple.' thowe! Cooperative, RENT In hand rmtral location on 8end .

STOP TRAIN 349 moat ml. ample. II* v.'IrkedHI suits a* he !' \ ; : buildings, aitaalfd right' D' the (;..If.f ArrkM. South and Filth Street

crobe are not harmful to rwi: truct d a wall at the Part Meilco Carpel, drapes and a T"e bedroom', tee baths, large II,.

JOSE FERRER ale. Man, but almo.1 all\ art Daily foterrirtie. plant the newsPaper ; large refrigerator are Included in the 1 leg room wish dining area and ..lltrte .,!**.

SEAN FLYNN Knotile le ese another. "!'Of"'" purchase price kitchei Reverse cycle air ronditloii.f .

Thus, for some time, mm and heating A real value.
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plug acoweIaTeal TEfR'Sadrlceil'Mbacterla Ass strives le follow PAS.. *.. ... . .. .*' I .. c,+ t '4 "JJI'1 I "f1

BEACH RENTAL .._ I r1 .. .' -
le combat a diseasenosed .... '';' ;' .e .

a by other bacteria. -T* Directly on Naples IWacS! -. ", "r., ,- ,/J'. ;' ":--- -- -
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Man has learned and -v* comfortably *cc.mmodalrX .. .. t.t I : ..; --- -
''" j4cft&ei
I Is learning to !borrow Ins: Until 0' four Ihl .t ... ..-.0: -- .' ..- ? aeeuejJy

FRI, SAT from microbe the aub. -tc modern cottage offer I.... ..IlL. 1 IlK,

OCTOIER 23rd 24thHlrl stance. which they tecret j, |>lr..at related living, tT
te kill older mkrebea; the terene4 porch o\erl 4. IT'S LITER T1UNOt THINK-Workmen set ,1.,1 Kirdei -

re.uit- ...tlbl.tKIf -.. "F Inc Golf. dndiA-lltmtiti. Into'\ place in Washington Capitol l Plan The i' pow" C4Ieu

you h"..... already Poem plus lerl' bedroom *. Tar> caret stand for bens and 'rlt'I"I'II camt-ramen o II", n ill 0

WAREN.RObIII MILL1arwaeaneaar learned about! NAPLES air "ndatM..ln. T\. i.e photograph th* inauguration of the next Pmidfti'! "rt i the 305 5th Ave. South-Midway

PRESCRIPTION SHOP baths, IKlrle billies,* I'nitca State on Jn. 20

now U the time U get acquainted. tempieldy and attcactivey -- 202124.

Mug slceaseIATUI Prescription 11 farsiehed. sad equipped *

are ear moil Import a.tbiiaineM T foe immediate otnp..c.*: f..f S en "NAPLES SELLS ITSELF LET AD
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al NAPLES yf J9e" ,r

PRESCRIPTION SHOP .* Coated year l broker INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIALi :MILLER HELP YOU BUY WISELY"t

771 ilk. At*. N.rlk. Try .. tr call M1 2.3110 : t

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To Boost FloridaDELTONA

ee= CHILI with BEANS
FU(-in an unus. want more of Florida too"
ual piece of buslness. overnment The Deltona Corporation lead.
teamwork, two leading corpora. I log home builder and common.
lions Proctor it Camble Co. 1 Ity developer, will give 113.980 294canrff
of Cincinnati and The Deltona Corporation of Miami will I for construction anywhere In
Join the Florida Development 1 Florida as top prizes In a
Commission Den month for a 'contest which will be a key rev
concentrated boost-Florlda pro. I ture of the promoUon prorram. Ld
tram on a nationwide basic. 'The contest, requiring the de.ceptlvely '
Wendell Jarrard FCC chair. < simple matching of rrwrw
man, described the "Florida FU !Florida scenes with accompany. .."Let d
sta" program ai the "largest !t rig descriptions Is expected to RS
cooperative promotion between state government and pi-Irate In. addition to the homes -
, dustry ever held In the nation." i all of them the Polnsettla model
Plans for the monthUong program which The Deltona Corporation
were announced her*by the I has exhibited at the World's Fair
Development Commission before the Miami firm will give each
some 200 tourist Industry execu. 'winner $2,000 toward acquisition HUNTS
lives and business and civic lead. 'of Florida sit* for his home.Twentyfive .
Deltona is a planned com. second prices will
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.. ,sadly built by Miami's famed 1 1Muckle be on*.week Florida vacations APRICOTS
brothers :for two, valued at $1,000 each FIFTEEN"YEARS FOR RED CHINA The 'Chinese P ople'. Chaft 4, Sanbbrn
The Florida Fleet program, Republic, better known a* Communist China celebrate Its No.
Jarrard said, will "utilize vlr. o 15th anniversary this month and shows off by releasing a 2 4S
Instant
300 Can
tually every promotion techi que photo of Nanking once the of the Chiang Kai.shek
(there is" In prom oil tdaat Reynolds Asks government According to the Reds, this U a view of Chung"
jut ideal pUce, la >nd _shan Boulevard.

live.Proctor It Gamble, leader In Support ForAmendment ." :11-i "

the manufacture of soaps, clean : -
ers and toilet goods with sales 3 Plan Registration For ; COMSTOCK CHERRY
topping $1 billion yearly, will
kick oft th Fiesta oa Movem.
ber 7 with an hour4ong tele WJ3. Reynolds, superintendent
vision "spectacular" featuring of school InColllerCoun- Adult Education ClassesW
comic Jackie Cleason from Ml.ami ty, yesterday joined other
Beach.At school officials throughout the $;:
D. Reynolds, superintend ale concept and terminology of
the same time direct state In
a urging voters to pan :
Sot of public Instruction baa the new mathematics
mailing of Florida promotional Amendment No. 3(School Capital program ftt37

lions material of will addresses go to ten across of mil.the Outlay Extension)on November classes announced in that adult registration education will for ary DOW being and secondary taught In the schools element.In ?

nation A concentration of In. 3. be held at Naples Senior High Collier County and Florida.
store displays and cooperative: "Extending the school capital School at 7,M p.n. Tuesday, Central Mathematics Frank
outlay amendment U October 20, and at Carver
newspaper ads in local markets a must High Heath. A course designed to meet
from coast to coast will if we are to provide the school School on Wednesday, October the everyday mathematical needsof
the Florida promotion story carry In buildings demanded by enrollment SI, at 730 p.m. The following adults. X Includes the study
following weeks Increases and by expand classes will be offered at Na. of fundamental principalsarlthmetlo of
Ind educational plea Senior High SchooltElementary : and beginning algebra.
"When the Fiesta Is over,mib programs, 2239
lions of Americans are going Reynolds declared In a prepared Russian Mrs.InnaOlson. Practical applications are per.
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An introduction to th* formed according to need.
to know a lot more about Flor. statement.
Russian language. A more advanced Classes In basic and Intermed.
Ida than they do now," said E. "No single act Ion of the state, section will be offered late
clothing court ruction<< Ire
J Mackle, executive vice pres. since the establishment of the those adults who have had the currently
being held at Naples
Ident of The I
Deltona
"And Corpora.lion. Minimum Foundation ProgramIn previous class** la Russian. High School. A few more enrolled ,
they are going to 194T. has been of Tnlnci Arthur Serfllna A
more sle* non. could be accepted.
nlfleanoe In meeting the crucial vocational J course In typewriting Classes will be held at Car.
needs of Florida education personal use. B I* designed tt) ver High School In the following
than the school capita out assist adult la acquiring mast areas. F ROYAL GELATIN 54 1

lay amendment, b U doing the sty of the keyboard and devel. English Richard Aebblnl. A.
job for which b was designed opine th* ability to writ per.. basic tours in English skills,

and doing the job very veil." social and and In business good form.letter aceurately tire grammar speaking fundamentals of effee. limit sir With 3.00 Pwrthai

Reynolds said Spanish Lawrence Vita Be.
General : Element.
Mutation
"Th 1169,498,000 which 80 ginning and Intermediate Span.Ish. aryl Miss STOKELY'S All GREEN
Betty Uonalson. A AMERICAN BEAUTY
Florida counties have receivedin A continuation of past court.s course designed to "I
(1rtr..' ,l bond proceeds under th* and a beginning. class. baste skill of reading Improve, writing the Catsup 2 .*,,?' 25t Asparagus CAN 29j.
r amendment hu mad h possible Americanism as Communismi spelling, social studies, ,narithmetic.
1 for Florida to Jeep pace William C. Cunningham. The .
with the continuing Increase In same course a* required by law General Education. Secondary SOUTHERN PLANTER

school enrollments," he said. to b* taught( In all .public high Herbert Cambridge Instruction Cut Sweet Potatoes Zip Can
"Collier County has received school A critical analytical U general educational subject, 19
study of the nature,
.
a total of 1449.000 under the purpose with emphasis on the social M and.
methods, obctlvs, and
danger lee American
School History, Problems
Capital Amend-
Outlay of Communism to free .
our so.elety. of American .
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ment. Each time 90 additional Democracy, and r \
lated area*.
pupil enroll In our school General Mechanical Drafting
Homenuklng for
Adults Mis*
a new classroom la needed. Clinton tatta An Introduction -
Mary CUIIng
Basic
clothl/if THE MOST
Collier to the broad field COMPLETE
County school: enrolled of drafting eon trMlon and problem of !
700 more new student this a* need In everyday living ar.cIIltedure. homemaking lAclwflng .,lIti o*
year ever lat year by the end eonatrurtlon, and consumer *ducatlon.Aayon PRODUCE MARKET
of the first week of school. general) technical .... Aa op. desiring additional. ,
This mean 24 more classrooms portontty to auk 1.IId.** draw. formation may contact t. C.Predmore !
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Inca IN NAPLES
are needed, and the en- supervisor of second
tollmen continue to 1"- Modem Mathematics for Pan ary """atlon, Midway ,,,W7. J
entsi Frederick Wuil. A car*
Reynolds pointed ouc. designed primarily for those who
"Vot YES for Amendment wish to have aa ortenfatio to CALL TIlE NEWS FOR New Crop Extra Fancy
FUR PLANNER: yen Tekirtoniahneh No. 9 ( School Capital Outlay and aa wderstaAdlng of tile be. RUBBER STAMPS
'this friends call Extension ) on ). -
him One IjhacN-i u I DWI nrged CoWer Cow JONATHANAPPLES
Mohawk Indian employed bya 1 1

Montreal Canada. bridge
company In his pre tune Tk* Apaq Witt ffe... S.r,( *iavMMtec _

he s organizing a $3 million
WOVINO
Canadian Ir ,urn exhibit for TO FLORIDA I IA.
the Montreal World Fair in
B. lag .
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IM7 All of Canada s Indian Ceatact ..-Lb.. .....,. rege.r
tnbes will be asked to exhibIt TERMINALVAN isle d r"s rk .
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1964 THE OLD BALL GAME Enterprise
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. r He Disagrees? Then He's Nuts! tNE OL A prominent clergyman

f time, brother, and no fooling ,1 A CHAMPIONSTiFF preached a sermon recently II ,1
Rave you read the Democratic and ER- in which he declared his ,
There or quicker to
is no surer way presidential
both
l' ? UDPER criticism of
Republican platforms get into an argument or lose a friend y candidates. The wide publicit -

Are you completely enlightened on than to express a political opinion to some given the sermon aroused

the big issues of the day who to comment. from far places
happens
other
impartial patriot dISagreed
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and some
Some
if the agreed
two
wondering
Or are you be violently on the other side There have also been
parties are talking about the same country that the
And did you ever know of any letters which say
? that influenced minister ought to keep quiet
political argument actually -
As expected, the Ins are pointingwith and quit meddling I in politics
a vote? So why not play it cozy, It is this last group that is
and the Outs are viewing with
pride 1
\
disdain to descend to political invective, b dangerous
alarm But how is it possible to be this
let the other guy or gal stumble alongin Masters in this old business daH'' could have st ,,1,
proud and this alarmed over the same to keep around discussing the
hit or her unfortunate views, and be of telling ministers morality
set of what each side regards as the that out of politics were the Nazi of another generation MI
the knowledge
smugly content in
I "facts?"' gauleiters and the Gestapo he was killed \\henthemobs
you, thank heaven, have sense enoughto agents Last summer I preached jeered Jesus, their accusationwas
If havea
And here's a safety tip; you know what's what and that the other g in the quaint church in He stirreth up the peo

faint suspicion that either platform Is 1 / Dahlem the suburb of Berlin pIe."

lust a bit wishy-washy or inaccurate or person is a misguided spIn That ancient church. with Prophetic religion is new
with this country, everyone is entitledto 3 its murals its 700-)'ear-old popular. It certainly is disruptive
unfair or possibly tinged partisan his opinion. That's the Democratic pulpit and its graveyard just of the old business of

prejudice, be sure you know to whom and the -v/ outside the door seems to be keeping everybody pacified
j you're talking or you're in for a hot Republican way Long may the quiet retreat. Instead it and calm Its vital I and thr

true view your view wavel! 7 / was the scene of a major voice of God U al\e! In thr

- 1r7 struggle Here Martin Nie heart of men.Religion .
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1 If You're DisemployedAdd -Man, You're Joblessand moller preached is not relliui'rip
In the days when Hitler It is not religious I1\JIIIIII'I It
the future to distinguish this isn't just nice pictit s Itdoesn't
a new word to your 20th special kind of unemployment. Most experts !Niemoller spoke out. His sermons ask people to keep
j tury vocabulary: 'disemployment'The \\l'ren't astute What he calm when the:'' ought>: t tl1 bl-
word is in the dictionary and predict that automation
means the condition of being dismissed employment will someday constitute the !i each Sunday was not calculated issues that beset' the human

or thrown out of work, but it hasn't been major part of our unemployment problem I[ to keep German about suburbanites bring him A into man trouble s religion but mar it
busy thinking get
\ used much up to now. which traditionally has been the result some pious practice. He will br a faith that is hung

of general or local business slumps, "' ? meddled in politics. One Sun- and a righteousness that
Leroy Collins, former governor of this or Individual intellectual or physical inability .' j,J 7 "f.f.. .":.*. ., day the heavy' -booted guards speaks It't always CIMCI t to'

great state of Florida and now directorof work. of the police marched down praise the prophets! than 1'1'
to the center aisle and took Niemoller be It s easier ti l'Ii
mrrrn" \roPheHc
the Community Relations Service of \
off to jail. Of course shr than to t be

the U. S. Department of Commerce, re- As In the world of physics, where The World he was a meddler. Real re one It s easier to subqduc'
coined the word In a recent talk. Speaking TodayBy ligion always Is morality' than emulate it
has and
every action an equal opposite Thais the choice a man Knowing this wo still hint\ tilt'
of automation, he noted that 40,000 JAMES MARLOWE LETTERS
reaction, so in language most words havean must make. Lither the parson necessity to speak
people have been "disemployed" In New antonym. In this case it would seem Aiiacieted. P.et Newt Analyti is going to be. as Saul Kane .\ pulpit that U munUd bt

York City alone In recent years as the IN APPRECIATIONEditor said to the parson public opinion or b%' the date
to be "reemployment"But WASHINGTON (AP) 'Tin art steps forward, Khrushchev \Villi/ nil y'puvii, i / //,; rind/ or b\' t the preacher himself h
result of a single factor the Installationof not afraid of the devil," Pro. asVad ""Forward to what The Collier County Newsj ill nuumight, / ( unworthy of IK priditus hurl

automatic elevators. it's far easier to pronounce thanto aster Khrushchev said In 1959, grave? The residents of the Isles You III/d.! H Inn I is ii/HfMsf!/ / Sage: ,\ pulpit that keeps quill!
trying to squelch an American lie said "prosperity Is the II'II/I"s 1/l1/-/ in a difficult limo may br
The word used accomplish have asked me to !
is likely to be of Capri
mores for.
worth fighting
labor leader. "And you're a only thing Or he tluNiMi; to speak what quiet In om time It is I mil
of -
t4r nan." Title wa* more than a H* ridiculed the Chinese, saying take this means expressIng he believes the Gospel MM. in n linn- for fjnallc and wild

> f my'L :..} ,;,.,J''M I__;. retort. they preferred "revolution" to"goulash" their thanks to the men of the contemporary situation "lahhlll 8. It I is a lime. us Infrrv
Khrushchev was expressing Unless the split are the Sheriffs Department for Amos talked of the burning time. when dUriplund

Us attitude toward the world, as :Suf.u will stagnate restored world Now, their work during "Isbell". issues of his time and the minds and dedicated pnki"i

he showed many times But It after 10 in Stalin's Damage to the Isles was negligible In worshipers at Bethel men preach that our day may

I wisnt always true. He had seal, Khrushchev years has been re but It's nice to know didn't like it John the Baptist know that it is undrr the'

OPINION . . r . . been vassal Joseph until the Stalin's old tyrant passive died tired.Thursday Moscow night. announced The reason It the keeping Sheriffs careful Department watch on was the criticized moral values of his Judgment! of a righteous Con

In 199 3.
Isles. I
Then Khrushchev became the given was poor health and age.
Khrushchsv 1* 70. Many thanks to our efficient
Russian boss and his own man.
Fair Game But Moscow said Ms policies Sheriffs Department not only
The Bare Fact H* asserted himself in a four
of destallnUatlon and economic for the safe-
for their
A marriage llcenft Is a document hour speech denouncing: StalinU concern
they\
The bald-headed man may be ridiculed Improvement would be contln. of the Islet of Capri residents -
limits you to one dear at a time, a murderer, monster and ty
but tie's the first in the group to know ued under the new leadership. but also for their whole
mental cast. He repudiated the ,
TH BALLINGS TEXAS LEDGES
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In
1904
Khrusshchev
when ItiatajrU to,rain. launched a
,u I "cult of individual" *ndM>" performance throughout the
-TJli"...ffniKtottBA, v' ,(WI*.) Dots CowWrAlWCATi M/ i 'trItr tr man rule. program 20.y'ar Russian unmatched development In emergency.The .
With this speech Khrushchev scope office of Civil Defense
since
Lsnln's 1(19.

the time a man can afford to lose Ht led It out of the dark Khrushihtv's two top pro. outstanding work.

Highway Help a golf ball he's too old to hit It that far ages. The power of the secret tepi take overt Leonid Br*. Thanks go out also ro the

Speed reading Is Important- pclally -Tui SOMERSET (MASS) 'PJXTATOI'I'l police was diminished. The rhnev, 57, as Communist party Florida Power and Light Co.
Russian people had a new senseof
to get you on and oft the freeways.TH We. secretary, and Aleut Kosygln, and the Inter County Tele-

MIDLAND (IONT.) run pacts HUALD And later, when he preached Moscow 60, as Premier.statement Perhaps the phone and Telegraph Co., who rWi .


The Last Time Around the capitalist world, the West, continuity. first thing the next morningand

t Old Their Time while remaining suspicious, But at this moment In history restored service with a
Before Middle age is that period of We when sighed with relief. But with the there I II only one honest thing minimum delay.

Wrinkles may be a sign ot age InhumaN you are old enough to know better, but speech and the new policy the that any Interpreter of event Isle of Capri Civic Assn. "I'm the new delivery boy I traded my

but not always In car tenders young enough to keep on doing It. Communist world became tin can say about the meaning of A) Tent, Vice President girl to Willie Jones for his paper route"

-THE BALLINGE (Texas) Lances -TKI CHIWELAB (WASH.) INDEPENDENT stuck.Ervwhra. this end to Khrushchev's ca. ....
Communist. oar. ;- --- -- --- --
von "i long know.'*
....".......,,,.... """"' ...._- -". --L--L--L..L. ties had to ask themselves: lOW President Johnson Thursday
'<' :l..?.. ,, . "'JIIf1lf1lf1lf1ilf could they explain> in view of night admitted he didn't know. Historical COLLIER COUNTYBy
'*
: the revelations about Stalin, He laid the
change might or
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
their own long subservience to might not be s sign of big tur. KURT GRIESSHABER ee AND
SOUTHWEST
MICHAEL CHANCC. Ctflt.." bllah.r Russia's wants and wishes and moll or changes to com. lie FLORIDAmmwwwwwwaos
Editors Split on Outcome THOMAS HAVEN, AtMClttt Editor the myth of Soviet) Infallibllltvl said the American people would
MARSHALL WYATT Adv' M.n.|., Around the world Communist remain steadfast
ALBERT OPOLKA. Mech Supt tor the first time began
parties
; Of Senatorial Elections DAVID HERMANSON, Clre Director to show some Independence of On thing Is certain Rala HISTORICAL OLD CASTLES IN EUROPE
4L' MRS. LOUISE DAUB. Otflc Mfr, Russia Eventually the two time between the United States

IU BRUCE BIOSSAT Publlhd, daily. e Monday neighbors Red China and and Russia under Khrushchev
\ .cr. giant ,
are far better
.nd Saturday, Id Ii. by than they ever
J Washington Correspondent the Collin County Publishing Co... Russia, not only split but appearto were under Stalin although both
., Avonti. South N.
ln 741 Twdnh be In deadly rivalry.
.I.
,' Newspaper Enterprise: Assn.WASHINGTON. pi... Fie 1149. Mill .ddr_ f. O the countries distrust each other so
all this means
...: ion i1U.T.I.phon., Perhaps much they never stop arming
INEA) Midway tilOT for all triumph of nationalism over This Is also certaIn Khru.

Sharply divided opinions exist among Newspaper Enterprise dtpartmonU communism, as might have shchev was one of the
Mcontf cl... ",.tt., .! Chinese most
to
Enttrtd n been predicted. But
Association client\ editors as to major party prospectsin tho' Poor OHiee' N.plw Florid, colorful and spectacular leaders
the 35 separate S. Senate races now reaching the ell ands Act ot Mlro I, i is,7. protests that war and revolution In the history of the world. And

mastic stage across the country e. : ':"" ", he was unpredictable. lIe could
i \ .
Of the 33: scats ut stake (two In Tennessee). 26 are now ..( 't<, 1. laugh, Joke, revile, denounce,
held by Democrats and nine by Republicans boost and belittle r

Among the 3RO ..editors ho responded' to NEV's fall tiff- I'I Pecan RATtTIAhAL

lion suney, 127 or Just about one-third thought the Republicans I NC A iC o i11i He I* an atheist but he wa

would gala seats Nov, 3. Only 91 nude specific guesses CA S WiI NTLRACRl15S forever talking about swearingon
as to the number the .01' might pick up The average gain 26 Phailunt 0 the Bible and Invoking the
suggested was roughly four seats lit Raietn C T [ D name of the Lord. And he was
This response matches the widely held notion that the I Chide cordial f A R L 0 4 RA] K Et loaded with contradictions.H .

coattails of a winning presidential candidate are no magic He dice y2 I'aahtoo ADD o f: tA S T'C A said h* would welcome
carpet lofting lesser candidates to victory. For only SI editors covered %o lb w G' N I) 'T y R CSl2Ornlued i iAmer Americans to the moon, but be

think Sen Barry Goldwatcr will defeat President Johnson coati "d 61 S T Lie S 0 tilt wouldn't accept U.S. disarms

yet 127 believe Republican senatorial nominees can best in i4, tl alter A IM S T 0 PI ment Inspectors inside Russia. I
Democrats running with Johnson. pronoue He talked of freedom In Russia
I, Gr mdtke SN Epmpluy O L I VAC T C T I T L but for year wouldn't let KUS.

ON TUG OTIIERSn, almost as many editors-122- 39 Uvbde R T l'Rtf r+ I PI o RIPCren1l stasis hear American broadcasts Exploring Dvngeent In Ancient Castles . . .

think the GOP will lose senatorial seats this fall. Just 69 l5. .. ..., 4U Saerhearl T L A S CiD S C C N A because, h* said, he wanted to
made rpeciflc guesses and the estimated average loss was date- U Rag protect then from propaganda.: In searching for historical and carvings from the time of self a comfortable apartmentIn
SOLUTION or YIJWOAV win
three seatsAnother I 16. FxHle 46 \wre uI Hardly anybody wa* safe data on Collie r County and F to rids Vans were evident: everywhere what wu formerly the great

107 editors concluded that the present Democratic 17. Conducted Hr'a I i a.i'?r uil 8 Tim pan from his Vice tonpie He called we found there U a sourceof some sticking out of ha" of the knights which Is Im
former President
advantage of 66 seats to 34 would be exactly maintained 19. Curved Chit::: plain 9 Ooatd. M. Nixon and Sen. Jotn Richard F. Ken Information other than museums the mud In the moat pervious the dampness

after the balloting is over Twenty-four hazarded no Inter : '.deed. 1 S hUll lIall Luca 10 II.IU'0 SauH nedy In the IMO campaign the libraries and rare book Flashlights were needed to Some room of the Dietrich
:
,/ Play 011 wore
forecast : Raised The source U old castles down the
ands n vntOrr. lab "lackey ot Capitalism" shops. light our way long castle literally are stuffed with
Editors in their respective states predicted that Democratic 22 Legal order DOWX land .Iloral 11 Bra ,nea a which still have original dark corridor which: are worn debits and every ton of too'

incumbents (cor their replacements) would hold onto 2. Lake \Jbm I Dr Casey rmblfm dltm.i H* dismissed president documents stored In them. smooth by the passing of count and furnishing one can imagine. -

their seats in 23 states California Connecticut Florida. tribe a sale 7 SIIKIN 18 Opu.atiaarumnn Eisenhower a* ".. oklleed" In central Europe almost \less feet Whit stories the .'bet. beautiful sight

Indiana Maine. Massachusetts, Michigan Minnesota Mississippi and fit only to run a "children every mountain top was. at onetime wall of these corridot could for antique collectors!

Missouri, Montana Nevada New Jersey Oklahoma I It 4 S / 1 l f !., ]u dft.hell: torn." He suggested West Ger. or another, the locationof tell If they could speak. The In other cattle, many of our
Rhode Island. Tennessee ((2 seats, Texas Utah Virginia, Chancellor
2( 1 1I gun Adenauer wa* a castle About one-fourth silent: gloom t* broken by the host granted access to their
Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming ., a nut" derided '11I0111 vta'*
edifice are
\
% 33Meied of the remaining continuous dripping of water. collection of old maps and document

RESPONDING EDITORS FROM 01110 believe that incumbent If_ wren ertidsed Marshal Tito British 4* t Laborites"renecad u; operated by the state u restored Reaching the bottom of the *, which are kept safely

Democratic Sen. Stephen Young will be unseated by ,n Koran *reactlon ries," and considered museum with guided ancient rain, our flashlights, locked Iw.ym vault.
his GOP challenger Rep Robert Taft son of a famous father. : "id / I" "/ / sutdieL Sea. Barry Coldwater "no era.bellUnroeot. tour for visitors About one- Illuminated the fearful sight of OK cutte'i entrance afforded -

There were too few responses to make a Judgment on the D..p.J1O ." half are merely ruins and the rusty chains hanging on the a clearance of only about

Democratic seat held by Sen. Quentln Burdick of NorthDakota. Jt V4 U H 0 :l81.J.J He fatted la com of his prom. other one-fount are occupied wall. Some poor unfortunate five feet, although one time

ST 'S ,II I' It U ;29 Swrr IMS -for Instance the promise by private families. prisoner had languished there a maaoaborsebackcouldener.
Editors from the areas involved predicted that Republicans __ / 31 3s Close la perT to drive the Welt out of Berlin.H *e have ben visiting\ the rwe and scrawled bps name on the Mot of the debris ta the entrance

in Nebraska New Mexico, Pennsylvania and Vermont would )I 0 U a idatdr tried to bulldot President latter group on our last three wall to remind all of hi* dates back to the pea

retain presently occupied Senate seats. J6 Ilasil..k Kennedy by putting missile U European trips One such castle wretched existence. Some- sarn*' rebellion of 1524 when
Despite contrary evidence or current polls, the editor 0 II L0.114; {: Cub but wtea hit hand wa* dating from the 13th Century dim a greeting to loved ones the defenders threw down 10
think former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy will takeaway ii Sr lwaarwa called he backed dow U onrestored is found the
1J Js &.. )1 r/- 1//... completely on dungeon wall RUDY none at die aaackers
Republican Sen Kenneth Keitlag's seat In New York , 39.S.roruop lie Ud to cone, gad la Band, and has tt* original accessorUs. of hue anelen castles, that the entrance were practically -
Evidence was too limited for Judgment on seats now held 4/ N .... fA IJ .. ..11 Twrlgltl iO buy wheat from the ectStIAi,1 tt* owner, Dietrich HAp- The bone-chlffliig dampness ot lire rated.

b Republicans in Arizona Delaware.this III..al1lnd Maryland. ... / Kwg and Canada beeuasaoetet pots, was good enough to take to the older castles makes one Nettle and thorn bastes trow
evidence beyond that "
survey
Independent Real / wppeeel Bcrteultare tailed to nj through Its towers and dumber : wonder why all who thickly
QCTyted quite around these old
and Sen. J. Glenn
Sen Hiram Fong of Hawaii of Maryland II CanpaalIS product Moucfc. N"\r'nelcBs
and aiD same of Its them did die of and ta U
are In serious trouble from Democratic rivals. Nor Is /alt p"'M Bustle moved inter Urn No xp not pneumonia. castles no wonder that

GoPaul Fannin. running for the Arizona seat being vacated ., Cokr utter what be wa*, he was wiring. history. The foundation Owner C4etddyauouat0.es- few people have arempt4
by Goldwater.. free from difficulty fV "100. 32 mmo -- pelt drear U om rise sat"'Jr period paIzIe they ft* bas bail; him explore them.bt I



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STORE HOURS
and ;, felt road, part .of. "'hn'h bordi- I'' MI i, I n ,,I I' ;jIt'1',l i isitt ir .. w.wP COME-IN
OPEN Til 6.30 MOM. TO THURS. ..
Half'-\Vav Creek also appears. i\t top ( "ph'( | i huh) GET YOUR "ONLY 19" CARD
OPEN 711 900; PM FRI.
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61-Acre Tract Under Development OPEN TIL 7:00 P.M, SAT. AT KWIK CNEKOsuttity

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Waterfront Mobile Trailer Site

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Planned For Plantation IslandBY I 11/3 lb.

CornishHens AYE. 59
BILLIE D. SMITH of the Ranger residences, and served as plaster those days
EVERGLADES -- James E. the proposed administration may be found, all 1 that remains EACHTENDIA
CUry owner of Plantation Island building of the Everglades National of the school and church. Lime
states that he will develop Park's western water was made rom burning of
a 61-acre tract on the Island gateway at Everglades shells found abundantly In this
MIATY SMOKED .
area. After the firing the ashes t' I.,
Into an all-waterfront mobile
ONCE INHABITED from the shells was lime,
trailer site.Under Fifty years ago,50 families, which made the lime-cement.pure Pork Chops 1b. 79c -r
development are 36 mostly commercial fishermenand purchased the tract /
Clary
rracts, as the first unit. All their families lived on HalfWay -
from the Stoner family several
VY-D HAND LEAN FRISHGround ,
tracts will contain at least 4,000 Creek In the area of
and subdivided -
square feet and will be placedon Island. The rich years ago
Plantation whole Into cb.i'vak
the
tract parcels
pre-development the market for basis sale aroundthe on a ground was used for I gardento with at least 100 feet on the Beef 3 $139BARGAIN .

supply the needed vegetablesIn creek. Most tracts sizes were
first of the year. the diet! At that N
family's over an acre. It Is all sold, ,
The 61-acre tract fronts on time, all supplies were broughtIn
small of 2.53 '
Half-Way Creek for over 700 except one tract rAy h
from West.by schooner.
Key acres. He reserved from the HUNTER SPECIALS
feet. Half-Way Creek emptiesInto A faint trace of those homes small tract sale the 61 acres ,
the Bay of Chokoloskee. can be found now, even after a for mobile trailer sites and 1
According to the local boat- 50-year period. A foundation had this tract re-zoned from SAVI 4c ASSORTED COLORS SCOTT
men, Half-Way Creek has a of a cistern and pieces of mobile trailer
depth of approximately eight home made lime andetonewbich agriculture to IN.
site last 9
feet at low tide and Is deeper zoning ;year. Tissue.

than most of Chokoloskee Bay. DC CANAL .

Plantation Island is the for- Council Agenda War-Mil Inc Is presently SAVI lOe DIIORISSalmon.19 FREE 100
mer pioneer lands of the Stor- digging the first Inner canal
ter family, and Is located approximately 1. Call to Order and In for Clary. President Paul D.
one mile from the vocation. Cooke stated that their drag Extra Stamps
south boundary of the City of 2. Reading of minutes of line had been steadily digging

Everglades. The old Island previous meetings. for ,over a week. The depthof SAVI 7. LAUREl 70' RUMINO LYKES Canned Smoktd Shoulder
road leading into the X Reportsi the waterways will be from
leaves Route 29 (road to Cho- and Planning six foot minimum
I. Zoning a depth to
koloskee) on the left In front Board 14 feet. All of the trailer sites Alcohol -., IOe

_
1. Application from BJ. will be 01I canal or the nat Picnicsf
Adams for Approval of Platt ural creek. The elevation of SAVI Uc RIAUMON LIMON
Description W 308 feet of the the land will be raised approximately -
Today InHistory E 1308 feet of the E half of three feet. b ls planned lies.

Lot 88, Naples Improvement to Bring In city water from 39cbiiCe

Company's Little Firm.,Zone I Everglades Cleary said Lee ? LImt ,
"E" Single Family District. County Electric will furnish
2. Discuss action taken by the electricity. I 4-lb.
By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS Council to make a complete All of the sable palms, SPECIALSDIXII
Today Is Sunday, Oct. 18, the study of the 3rd Street South Gumbo Limbo and other nice BAKERY
292nd day of 1964. There art 72 Shopping Area, n. the possibility trees will be saved from the Con

days left in the year of rezoning.b. bulldozer. Clary stated It wll DARLING BROWN: 'N SIEVE _ _
Today's highlight In history Off-Street Parking Committee not look like "an arid desert"

On this date In 1812, the after the fill 1s put on the land. Seeded Rolls t-'" *,. ]19c -
American warship Weep captured c. Sign Committee The waterways will provide the E7KrwL
t,
the British Frolic lathe DIXII DARLING
brie d. City Manager's report mi. I
TOP VALUI STAMPS
Atlantic.On on street construction pro Clary states that the prices
la 1859 this,date Marines under Col. grew for mobile trailer lots wlillt." Angel Food Cake 1z/l.r1n.. 35c trk. t. W tm,. |. MPkki

Robert E. Lee stormed the fire 4. Old Business at$t,295.Ooandmore for larger DARUNO $2** t'DIXII
engine house at Harper's Ferry, a. Second Reading of Ordinances lots The unusual pan of this t?
Va. (now West Virginia capturing 1089 and 1090 authorizing trailer site development is thai Bar-B-Que Bread 2 I-. .U.,M 29c tw.r.Mla.eo.. II
John Brown and several time payment purchaseof developer CUry will stan on M AMT WIN* t'rn f P etwq C'!'
fellow raiders. garbage truck and IBM accounting the front (creek front) first,
In 1901, President Theodore equipment.b. for the selling of lots, rather .'tIf.t<, .:' ,!S. ..iMM|| '.. i"...... '-.fIIriRt
Roosevelt entertained educator Report from City Attorney than on the back. The war- I
Booker T. Washington at the re. State laws regul.tlngchildren' Mil} Co. Inc dragline Is -
presently
SAVE 1St Oeldl w le,, Qesber MOITON IIOrlN MEATOuts
White House Washington war
; nurseries and childcare : working In the midsection :
the first Negro to receive this centers (Appllcatl f from of the 61 seres. IAYII"oirASTOI. J
honor.
In 1921, the Senate ratified Mrs. Jos. L. Mallard for City ---. Pies
License .
the separate peace treaty with Home Occupation )
Germany, officially closing c. Contract with Chamber State Tries New
World War L of Commerce) for advertising

winds In 1950 up to, 106 a hurricane milts per hour with and 5.promotion New Business services. Tactics To Get 2 5c I 241. 19UaWt OO :

hit Miami, Fla. a. Applications from Holland lent

enclaves Ten years on the ago-Indian Four French contl.: to Sslley Install and House music: of loudspeakerson HI-Fidelity Surplus Funds :: [ .I Jd;

Dent voted to join India. TALLAHASSCC (AP) The
Five years ago-Visiting ..... 5th Avenue South. Sate Road Board tried a MW fbelts ) Tee WHk S) af Mere Orlw /.i
lean President Adolfo Lopes b. lOjOO a.m. Open bids tactic Friday In Us lone extort to :

Matson attended a barbecue at on annual requirements for following rtlt surplus funds tack from the. e., tw.adfliew..iw J t s.aIY... ,
farm of supplies after rlfhtxif.war
the Johnson City, Tex., courts promply
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Street MaterialsPetroleum la boufttt.la MIS. fAUlS fROIIH riUITS 0*
don B. JoIuIOne -. and Tires many eases the depertment:
rear ago-The UJ.(pace Fertilizers Pesticides has found surplM funds sitttnfla Cooked Fish .'
Administration announced the Miscellaneous Hardware and court refUtrles. years after t f FRESH PRODUCE
naming of an additional 14 as* Tools the highway land was *. "eA s
truncate, bringlnc to 10 the total Aluminum Blanks & Fittings Hi some eases the salt lies I U.L
la the NASA with court official, but tit otk. .
space program.Silver
and PoItsror St rut Name Signs ers the attorney, oempaid,does.t ,... 49c
Work Uniforms Swill CRIS' RIO ROMIApples
a take care of tit* matter r
Water DepartmentJsnttorlal) promptly, oOk-Ui ..... arse.. ,. 1
Supplies The Pond Department once OIIIN OIANT FROZEN .
Office Supplies checked each' county s4 towed \ 2' 29

t.I Electric Light Bulbs that Ell sullies was tied up to ;; .
roe sun. PUN a "III e. Request from Moorings cart registries from highway VegetablesMargarine .
Development Company for City sue acqutsitim that already was
King participation In cost of con complete. 11u IIOU1AR WMITIPotatoes
Vest.
Al that lets stale law re.ijire4
tees MM** D....> struct loo of sanitary sewer lift the Road Department U Gee, Pees, 3 f. $100
OOERNSAFE.FAST. stations and force mains to .... Eti
pod twice as nan* sy aa I 29
If
FISHING CRUISER' Moorings Unit No. S. the land was expected to rent. = 5 -
1 d. Jeawai! Permits The I*** ran MO ..IIno + .
., ,
Ml S ID Ml .Ut'
e. Correspondence lion iow IB de'erstIa( tte fUMe
( apt Cecil Lamb a. Adjourn. to M depoetted lo pay sec ..... WillA'

_:- _. -Va> ed... But state eOlcta4 said 10HOA IAROI
BJtuJiy some U to be five

CHECK and DOUBLE CHECk ba k.M. rat rec Ur SM*!**, lilt Avocados 4 lot 9ger
board screed te pay far MA*. T
OFFICE IOU boosters let all ...,... -39'
SUPPLIES AA mew trial Seat wWer

ti wrr acnvaoL <.brvedthM pod aharsly eseeleeissitr a4 tar are r i C -- 1EXTR Ik
i-E X' ttA E 7 CTRa
t_ .... N wti"wis. HUT out-wetghrd the roet M the I I VAIW kPlr
N.AV1i. gt 4s. TIle hasten nil iet .r I VALUE_ STAMPS I TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP STAJ

sat:aate! IMP.T .d..5 D.-.ch J.-k'** CKe....*. J Crelke' 0..1 l
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RETALS I>Lrl11.11 lteS PRL N PIOMFTI EA J r'hft1ah often err. ,na aneteate .: 43CM LIe Mia'ss:: 39c retNe cw/ ;? 59

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6 COWER COUNTY NEWS, Napla! Fl.? Sunday OetebW I II. r rt roe OOOOO&OOQOOQJOOOQQQJQQy'OQOOOOOQOQOQOO
Handbags Beat Men's Pants Pockets I

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LWa1& By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON When she leaves her bag, a as skirt suite, there to ss a
AS Petition Writ tan can be sure she has a good need for a fell wardrobe of slot '

:NEW YORK (AP-A menswear designer here one tried hard to Cl ise on him. Handbags are too. able handbag

sell his. sex on the Ides of carrying a pocketnook. Although his handsome, too Important to her This season, when leather U a

; WotgLo4v creation were squarish and virile-looking In trained leathers with a I'ceSiory wardrobe to risk for status material in all fashion,
a many aroma, he nowhere with the masculine render.
got ai nothing but a verv good cause. leather handbags have ben designed
1 Because woman thought of handbags first, man apparently Surely there ts more variety to be coordinated witt
I! } J.\.E MARTIN would rather\ fight than switch to ,n i ladles' handbags than In leather hats as well as leathel

{HJOOOOOOOMOQOOOOOOOOWOOOOOflflflflOOOOOOThere these Yet he la covetous, though car of a nw and ,?,???? mae, ?ouser and coat pockets and shoes leather coats and loathe
I he may disguise this trail b, dresses. ad Inflnttum.Po .
fashion.
? ?,.,???? ? amarel.etsnice! v.Irl.1Is the spice of
is rather exclusive hereabouts but poking fun at the female ..
a clique t.nd.ne1(1 get him In !r'Ifl up ,gal. 0 F p'r1allIhls season when kets are an unchanglni
1 most of us couldn't care lest about being counted .i one to agglomerate the lad\ ', thri ,,,1 kis 1. a>1\p\ ,' pants suits areas popular bore But not t pcx'ketbooks.

1I I of them This select group has actually been through a Stubbornly! he goes on paying _____ ... .. """ .. ,

1I hurricane, like that awful gal, Donna,' and their stones through hla wallet for perfectly
t .. fitted suits and then has them
YO .hd have made a deep Impression on the uninitiated. Isbell
I lumpy and sagging In no time b\
threatened to make a lot of us members, but changed jamming that ...wallet as well dR

I her mind, and the general feeling Is one of relief that credit cards, little black hooks S

we are still not "In." Important memos, and handkerchiefs .
e
r-r ; r a y vA4s. Mrs. Duane Howell, with Douglas, Kathryn, and into pockets here there M', 1 1II

Gregory, plus Isbell, was due to arrive Wednesday. Her and .everywhere. Y

gig the when the fir handbags too full and for-
f change flight to yesterday hopefully,
weather would be quieter.. Mr. Howell will be down get one now and then But we p:
always have with us what we. '
the end of the month for a week before taking his family when
I want we want It. even
back Wadsworth Ohio.
to though to get at It we must
The Johnsons have lust returned after seeing their shuffle the contents of our ('apaclous -

children and grandchildren who are scattered In Ohio, camal's. Still we need

Michigan and New York state They also spent some not spoil the line of our costumes

time touring in Maine, and made a few trips to the World's by Stuffing their pockets.

Fair while in New York City. Further earning a purse
-T
I Mr and Mrs. Otto Kress are at their home on Sixth gives us something to do with

al Avenue, South, and plan to be here until June. They our hands, especial I If we've ___ :
jllllt) given up Hmoklng and ran'tdo
spent four months this summer touring the Far East. ?'
a thing with them

fir'k "HERE WE GO AGAIN"Mr. A handbag li handler than a d 3

, and Mrs. Norman Pearce, South Lake Drive, pand piirket for hiding a secret HAM HA' .- rFATHER[ At left M a famed (' 111111 army bag with Its own kangaroo ,

are here for their regular fail!! visit. The end of the month defense weapon. Ask any deter- pouch for tips and live story writer.
jr their son-in.Iaw and daughter, AAr. and Mrs. Donald Macdonald for Coal'hrn111. u right (< a reptile bag designed r>\ 1 Lur.o-I.ona to compliment milliner
SWEEP INTO SPRING--Judy Lewis taking a cue from her leaving" one In the
f mother, Loretta Young, wooshea through a door in a floor- will arrive for a visit. Late in November the Moreover Fmme's big brimmed topper.In _. .
length, chiffon gown done in a brilliant red and pink floral Macdonalds will return to their home in Vancouver, -
Designer Ilulitar completes the costume with
Philip
i, pattern. BC, and the Pearces to their home In Toronto On. Football ClassesLasses
a long, flowing stole to match. It was shown in New York. go ,
I tario, where they will remain until after the first of


I the year.Mr. and Mrs. C. R. AAcGaughey are also here for Passes
Green Latest LureATLANTA Learn Lines
Lips a fall vacation. They leave in a few weeks for Lexington,

Ky., and don't expect to be back at the Carriage Club ,

(AP) Men: when A frosting of green over them until spring However, the AAcGaugheys' apartment will Bl VlOf A fENNINGS fore enjoy football more, and
' your wife or date pulls out a tones down the harsh tones and not be empty all that time. AAr. and Mrs. C. R. Mc. help the team bv using proceedsof

green lipstick for a touchup, makes them over into the nowfashionable Gaughey Jr., with their two children, will be here during esl NEW BRl'NSWICK, N.J. (APElrMv.n"t ) the treasury for small financial .
don't be it's .
the
shocked latest
softer tones.
\
women h re, have' needs. It also promotes
lure In makeup Christmas vacation And In February Mr. and Mrs. Charles
And it won't make her lips fIARTFORD' (AP) Stinett will be here. Mrs. Stinett Is the McGaugheys' formed the Football Fan-ees, a sociability among parents of
I A touch of l tub, designed to teach the distaff players by working for the Hall
treen. tender green When the American Legion held daughter
will simply mist over her old its state convention here this side the principles of foot- of Fame, to be erected In New I
There Is much evidence that the big "season" is
I lipstick summer the hotel where most of ball. Brunswick seen of the first
I Pistachio lip glace may not bea the Lesionaire stayed manned |lust around the corner what with club activities starting Patterned after the Touchdown football game between Rutgersand

I I boon to romance, but It'. a its three automatic elevator withb.llhop" again, dates for Christmas bazaars being announced, and Club, but with no affiliation except Princeton.
boon to tired lipsticks.Most .
women have doitns of "They never push the right two large parties scheduled for last night (Saturday). < through marriage, the Husbands are watching the progress

bits and piece of lipstick now buttons,"explained! one operator, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bertolaml entertained 70 for Fan-ees have seminars weekly of the club secretly hop. i
outdated, which they hate to ".nd often they sit the care to cocktails In their home on Mornlngslde Drive. Miss Gayle during the fall with Dr. John Ing that their wives will become
throw sway atop at all floors." Bateman, head coach, the .tatuniversity ? 'ap weirjnfqrmec! ) ) that they won't
Schwartz, who frequently visits the Bertolamls, was over
Rutgers, ontl'memd' Interrupt exciting moments with
R
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from Miami for the affair. S e'f
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ber of his staff teaching the stupid questions
At the other end of Col. and
Mrs. Frank
We're town, Crit- rudiments of the game The reaching staff Is cooperative .
having a tenden gave a party for about 40 of their friends, The At the and willing to lend all Its

Sensational opening Crittendens live on Forest Lane. first lecture Bateman sketched help

And next Saturday, October 24th, 35 couples will Rrr lines and plays with pink chalkon As for Bateman he say he I
I
gather at The Moorings Country Club for the opening a green blackboard as he li delighted because "a football

SaleStarting Cotillion party. The group organized last year for the talked about Ms favorite game roach needs all the friends he I
The r.n.... meet weekly to can get"Harry
purpose of having four formal dancing parties a year. 1
Sit pictures of the prevlnusgame
Arthur L. Arnold Is this season's Cotillion chairman. I

Monday, October 19thI Mrs. George Powell Is vice chairman, and Stockton Ren. the next.and hear predictions about A. Foley

froe Is secretary and treasurer. Members of the board of gtQUARERBACK I LIke Its paternal grandfather Wins Promotion I

directors Include Mr. and Mrs. A L. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. the Fan-ees call their officers ORLANDO Fla. Harry A.

Norman Herren, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bowes, the Stock n ASS..Ir. Tohn Bateman head ,roach at after football officials. They have Foley, son of Mrs. Joseph H.
L ton Renfroes, and Mr. and Mrs George Powell. a referee, a head linesman a Pier, of North Beach, Md., has
Rutgers' Unlversltexplains the rudiments of football to been promoted to airman first
field
and who
Judge an umpire
members of the F.n...., patterned after the Touchdown Club. class in the U.S. Air Force at
37th WINTER
HERE fill the usual positions of presl- Orlando AFB, Fla.
I Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman have arrived from dent, vice president secretary Airman Foley la a fire pro. I
\\c-1 Dayton, Ohio, to spend their 37th consecutive winterin Isbell Threat mattresses were available In the and treasurer. tection specialist In a unit that

Naples Mrs. Coleman has not been well this summer, supply Of course room., IsbeU turned out to Its alms are to teach principles port supports Service the Military mission Air of provld.Trans.

L but Mr. Coleman tells me that lust a few days In Won. Filled Shelter be a "lady", ao It proved to so that the women will understand ing global airlift of UJS. military
be Just another routine day and what they watch and there. forces and equipment.The .
derful Naples on the Gulf has her feeling quite fit again. Society
night at the Human airman attended Calvert
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Graham, Spyglass Lane are With AnimalsHurricane And, aa of noon Friday,all guests County Nigh School, Prince

L back after three months in Europe, and say the trip was had been happily reunited with. Larsen Frederick, Md. His wife, Elnora,
label! transformedthe their families with the exception 1s the daughter of Mrs. Gene
"beyond their expectations. Even the elements co animal shelter of the Hu. of one pup, who la still Charles Clayton Larsen, 81, Abbott of Naples, Fla.
operated. Just a little rain In Holland marred the perfect man Society of Naples Into patiently waiting and undoubUedly died Friday night at the home
Y weather they experienced the whole time. Besides Hol. Noah's Ark last Wdndaywhn wondering what all th* **. of his daughter, HId Andrea TIE FOR
resident of Collier County left cltement was about. Larsen, 380 Sixth Street, North.A .
I\ 1 land Mr. and Mrs. Graham toured England, France, Belgium their home and placed their pets native of Chicago, he made RUBBER STAMPS

Germany, Austria and Italy Into the care of Shelter Manager his home at Nlles, Mich. He
John Wilson and Humane Officer Find Nuns Guilty was a retired master tool and
Mr C J. Is also
McMurry lust back from Europe. !
Con Allen, who "stayed with the die grinder.
JN Mrs McMurry was in New York to meet him when he ship" until the storm had pas Of White SlaverySAN Besides his daughter,he Is sur.: F

P arrived last week. Then they went to Fort Devens, Mass., sod over. FRANCISCO DEL RL rived by Ms wile, Mr*. Mary
the before Kenneli and cages were filled CON, Mexico (AP) Two sister Larsen of Niles, Hleh.,two sons;
to see junior McMurrys coming home. with dogs cats ducks Ben
rabbits, were found guilty in a whit LarsnofMinneapolisMimi,
Because of 200-mile-an-hour head winds. Mr. Mc.Murry' and even a playful monkey Slav ring In central Mexico. and Clayton Larsen of Water.

U nonstop flight from Rome to New York took a and each guest war greeted by TIle sisters, Deanna Gonzales vllet, Mich., two sisters In Mich.
the friendly barking of canine Igan, seven grandchildren and
circuitous route, flying over Scotland, and Greenland and waif who were separated from Valenzuela, 58, and Maria d. two great grandchildren.
Jesus Go tales Valenzuala 39
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then down the east coast. the more privileged. were given the maximum sentence Funeral services and Inter
L The_ cupboards were loaded ment will be In Nile. Midi.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sackman are back on Forest 40 year In prison.
1 l with food, very available con. Local arrangement are being I
Lane They spent five months in Warwick, N. Y. talner waa overflowing with waU Nineteen other persons were handled at the Richard A. Pitt,
While Dr. and Mrs. John P. Quinn were north for er, and the radio and telephone convicted of being members of man Funeral Home.
I became familiar sounds to tile the ring and given sentencesranging HOLLANDSALLEY
two weeks they stayed at the Westchester Country Club mnagrl from 1 to 35 ,..ra.
Wilson and Allan The prosecution contended the
who plannedto Smith
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stay at the shelter through ring had been operating for at
T out the storm and the night,wer least 10 years and the girl who Mra. Clara Ethel Smith, 71, INC
joined by theIr wives who arrtv. were slain had tried to resist died Friday morning at her horn .o-letlOts
ed with ample supplies of can. discipline 3183 Barrett Avenue, Naples.A .
,:. ". "' nod food, flashlights, and a port. The Gonzalez Valensuela native of Brunkswtck, Go., ISO Sta AVS S
Z. :" eCTNee lor Lovclincss able gaa stove Aa for adding, sisters admitted operating Mra. Smith had been resident NAPILS FLORIDA
I II. no one seemed too concerned houses of prostitution but denied of NaplHlor more than 20years.
1VoJ for to plump and clean canine guilt for the deaths. She U survived by four daugh.
lJ .J1f"rJ .Uye Mrs, Mr*. Doris Lowe of Char

E ... Beach Clek bait* Sate MI S-HSl lace, NX.. Mrs. Ruby Roabouehof
'{,, I Naples, -101 r.. Anita StokeU of: Furniture, Rugs,
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SPECIALS Naples, Mrs. Lynette Vanover of
Perm withDelicate Suits t* set "",". M.,. FIRMAMENT Guaranteed AmarUlo, Tex two aona,Thorn as Gifts, Accessoriesand
R'Our Man.era t; ttlon eeftdllloeieg. )o. W. and Donald R. Smith, both
Tell MS frankly l have ..11.1.Uk yew bad started US From Permanent rte *' Mae for of Philadelphia, Penn. two Objets d'art
pee be. aufferUg withstraight a onT! Admirer will laclndiag brothers, Jack Barney of Miami not to be foundelsewhere.
lifeless hair be- say ye. eever looked love 12.50 and Harvey Bunoy of Brunswick,
Tor... eew..te Cvi.CW.Iw. 04 taster", Mrs. Mae Lewis of
lier. trim and "I-
We
can :
MUM hair olori.f Made ..,. $MaMM Mvhes IS .
Tampa and
; jrandchlldreo
eIIa,.. I* take away "badspots" e e
afraid te get a permanent e
you <.' .. eaw.. roe elgtH great grandchildren.
ft, Mi W CSIttCgIT CUT eo* w
waver Tea nor Every appoint ... 'ea '. I..a.M.M. .... ,&1,_, Funeral services will be hold
complete stock, including cottons wooli, fair lady! Then lots toLars Meat will skew beaalifvlprogreoa "'" ", at t o'clock Tuesday afternoon

silks, laces, tennis dresses, "Sneaky Pete," her*. We future Mtene Your perma. WillS HATR FASHIONS lo the chapel of the Richard A.Pitta .Holt**...*r*<.tarnished*t Calf model.
men's shirts, sweaters and Minnies. bet several rap special ... wave sill be all pas an Funeral Rome with the *. Carnage Tow.or
a..
tW rWM .... ... HMM Ml I >USII ... W U
waves f. Hushed ersr.tist.d I.".*.. of It. And if yes Lain Barge, pastor of T*.f Jjn,*.
All sales cash and final ., Ireeeee We ." that's a pretty big (hit East Naples! Baptist Chore,

tall Idem the "" .Ito per 'r_..., Jw/| ask the palest NOM Aw.eea, ,.., ......... offldaUnc. Interment will be
eatin-btade know'fi : b.wrN.a. .s ..... MN '..vo1.. la the Pompaao Beset eene. MEMBER OF
yes
975 Fifth Avenue, Soutli aeadera tee they wave G a a. *4 MCM* I* .iM few
Naples Florida with seek seotklec ....,.. .t yetill fist she make .Ans.I writ.e.)* toulM N.., fttn fUtnt.Kt.Ml,tv UM.MM ry.Friends nay can at the PItt. AMERICAN INSTITUTE
Prettier WailUgPHWWtlte beauty appointment at 'w aaaa Ftaaerat BOOM from I te Of
Shop hour 9:00 to 5 -SO ,..-,. treating few MI MTU. S o'clock Monday afternoon end INTERIOR DESIGNERS'
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'.,..'. .' ,..' /. ,.' ':( I School MenusThe COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Naples, B.. Wrf.y O.1.W I1554. 7

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EVERGLADES:_The P. T. A, at the door and many paid tint 'id butter, pudding mitt. P
I held its regular monthly meet. membership dues of $1.00. Tuesday Cuban sandwich peal .

ing Tuesday night October 13, sticks, Urn twins, carrot
[ with a Urge attendance of parent* CLASS OF '66 \ Strips, fruit jab, milk I -t

| and teachers, Prior to the P.T.A. meeting, Wednesday Smoked Mileage, (

President Mary N. Swain open. a meeting with the Junior class 1 t.v sweet potatoes, celery and ou

ed the meeting followed Or ting president Katheryn Saughtei umber trlp., hot rolls oldotter
of "America! was held and 1 chocolate cake milk.
tag The Beautiful" sponsor Mis BY MUSY LULEJIANOQOOQOOQQOOQOOOOOQOOOOOQOOQQQOOQQQQQQgt
and "Battle Hymn of the Re. Jeanne Heintwch, was in char e. Thursday' Be rt,..:ued chicken
public." Miss Marie Wilson led There are 17 Juniors and 17 Sen. noshed potatoes, green bean, '

the singing.Rev. tore this year and they are plan. t ,>rnbr** -- ---- -- -
Homer G. Wetsbecker nine for the raising of fundS Its, milk.
rave the invocation. for the Junior-Senior Prom next Friday Dean with ham, but. What with the Cardinals wi*- Eye Fleoglour colorful misoot,
the World Series Hurricane he oertainiy given a big boost
Minutes were also read of the May.They tered spinach, orange and grape nine ,
executive meeting where It was need to raise over $?oo. (nut cup biscuits and butter, Isbell flirting her skirts at us, to school spirit (hi, there Rusty

decided that the P.T.A. would .00 and they feel that they will be A Jells milk, and .... resigning",it's KUenUnkl: ). The cheerleader
sponsor the Hallowe'en Carol. able to do so. President Slaugti. e been quit a week at Maple/ came up with another very am us*

val on Friday October 30. Each ter stated that they had $129.00 The menu at Sea Gate Ele.mentar Senior High. Oh yes..we studied tag skit, In which Gene Moss

I class In high school may par. from last year. They hope to )' School for the coming too.Joe represented the Punt Gorda
tlclpate In setting up a booth. make money from the Hallowe'en neekj DeLand, Interact pre.l. team We were lucky enoughto

The class will earn for Its room booth magazine salts, and sup. Monda Salisbury steak with dent, reports that Judge Harold have with us NHS's own"Mik.N.llOO" .

activities fifty per ent of the pers. mushroom gravy, whipped po. Smith was guest speaker at last (Rick demons In fog.

net profit.A Glen. E. Me Duffle, vice-pres aloes( green beans, Ice cream, Friday's meeting. Judge Smith glee and flippers, carrying a"tplrlt"
parade will start at 5:15 iciest of the student council, a bread, butter, milk. has Just returned from a tour gun "Nelson" was In
Junior was present. The of the United Nations/ pursuit of a real live fish
October 30 Vice. with
all Invited
p.m. are Tuesday potatoes
1 PI <" I 1 L f 1 ,1\1,\ .11'i ith.z Natalie Xing, as Punt Gorda'starpon
to be In costume. BandmasterB. president of the Junior class isi ham, engllsh peas, Jello with The entire Key Club attended (
.. I A I the mascot Needle..to
r ) lay,
Wayne Collins and secretary nicu '
Gideon hopes to have the fruit, bread, butter and milk. services at the I'rellb't.rlanChurch
School band ready to play for the Angle Hancock, treasurer Ron pt"u" AddiSOn. and K. ", AI \\ ohuto } displaying a large fish skeletonto
parade.The ; io i 1 ; gravy, whipped potatoes, brow program to visit a different

parade will start In down. Miss Slaughter asked for vol. ___ coU, fruit, bread. butter, milk. church every month. The Rev. prove It.
town Everglades and will end canteen for chaperones for the u Thursday < Chill con earn, John Stump said they were the The Par.nt.reach.rsludent

on the basketball field where the Prom. Many hands were raised crackers, tOiled salad, fruit pie "beaHJooklng front row the Association meeting,which had to.
of the hur.rlcane
Judges will give prizes to the best from the large group of parentsof bread, butter, milk. church has ever had." be postponed because

costumes for the different age Junior class, who were pre. Visiting Nurses' Council Friday Salmon croquette, Last Tuesday night four of Bill threat, will take 21 place
October Mem.
groups of children. sent Mrs. Helnbach thanked the buttered beeti, cole slaw, fake, Cunningham's politically.mindi Wednesday,
Volunteer help to man parents for the large turnout bread, butter, milk. students were guests of WNOO's bershlp tales will be set up
and the Interest shown in the at. at 7130, and the program, "Meet
the booths la needed, it was Pub Time. Juclle Smollan and
pointed out, especially In the fairs of the graduating classof Trudy Marshall spoke on behalf the Teachers" start prompt.lyatS. .
game where an adult man Is the 1968. The menu at Shadowlawn of President Johnson and Jim .
Studies StaffMembers Schools
target for thrown baseballs, and Increasing Monday Meat loaf, tomatoes Willis and John M toon gave BACKLASH DEPARTMENT:
the lucky hitter catapults man HURRICANE ISBELL Senator Ootdwater's stand on a Summer Fall and Spring
Into water. Last year It was Everything has already been with rice, kale, biscuits, aprl. few campaign. issue. everyone agrees that Ricky

cold at this time of year, and reported on Hurricane Isbell, of the Visiting Nurses calls should be Increased from hods,c I1Itchu.wallcer.,and the NthTuesday The Junior CUss launches it* Winter Is singular.

the target, got wet and cold. however many unusual things hap. Council of Greater Naplesare J3.60 to $4,00, with the proviso like, which may be rented fora slaw \bean Turkey brownies pot pie,cote two.week magazine. aaleTueaday, Rick Johnson and John Mattoon
pened. We have heard many, but small fee.Attending. green > October 10 andcilesthlsastlwlr the real
Rev. Eric Weldon Introducedthe considering employing a that Ihe nurses may use Wednesday Roast beef, bru. profess that they are
speaker of the evenln fJudge none can top our own experienceIn third licensed and registerednurse their discretion In cases where the October meetIng eel sprout, mashed potatoes, major money lne project for Right-wing Reactionaries John
Richard Stanley who talked on weathering out Hurricane Is. basis. the patient is unable to afford at Naples Community Hos- Jello with fruit. the year. Persons not In need I* Indefatigable in his political
court and had for bell caught on a canal bank (while on a pan-time of subscriptions or renewals for exhortation, and Rick Is un.
the Juvenile this week Mrs
Miss Louise Gates was nam- the full amount. In all calls, pital were Thursday Mr*. CoUman'sfifth
lethal weapons pumping our boats) on Everglade their own use can helpthe Juniorsand swerving In his "veneration"of
display many
the re. Shores with a stalled car. Be. ed chairman with Miss Angeline a minimum of 26 cent Is re- Thelma Hodges president grade sleaketles, barbecue the school b> donating sub a certain member of the Supreme .
taken from teenagers
of the storm quired. Mmes H.T,Barnes.Lowe Der- beans, tossed salad, Ice cream
cently. A sawed-off shot gun a lieve us, the fury Calltrl, Joseph Dertolaml, Dr. crlptlons to the school Library. Court.
vented thlsarea.The threeIn Mrs. Lowleerger.chalrman ger Pearl Edwards Richard Friday Salmon loaf, spinach,
black Jacks, homemade was on C.L. Brothers and R.E. Tudoras The wheel have Just been set
tip
gun of chains were among our family spent the Hurricane members of a committee of membership speaking of the A.Jent.sch, Samuel D. Post corn, flying saucer in mutlon fur Homecoming. St,.. CAMPUS CHARACTERS
weapon doe fine with
the many Items the Judge broughtto In a Rambler Classic . which is studying the proposition crowing need for more mem- Dr. Ethyl Trygstad Miss Though Finland'. popuUiuwnumber .. dent Council Vtce-PrtslJunl Tom people Billy, but Bryan deltasterrlbletrouMr
Her 'tow" was pointed Into hers and workers In the council Louise Gates Rev. R.T. Lam- Bernard, who is chairman of ,
the meeting. and will report at the December only 4$00,000 propU-. with filing cabinet H. w -
is under the storm which la the only announced that ahe will ben and Joseph Dertolamt. 225 the gale event, has announcedthe
A Juvenile a person meeting of the council they support nn'.r'I' out-smarted by one lids week
17 of married or un. reason the car did not turn over, a table at the opening following committee chair.
years age, set up Neither rain aleot, snow nor
married lie may be a del in. and also the reason It drownedout. of Woman's man appointment! Linda Uhllch.
of
Miss Gates at the October meeting Naples threat hurricane prevent
to *
There was no Injury any
quent child, or a dependent child.A Club Wednesday. October 21 gym decoraiuwuq! "Charlie1 Alexa Olson from making her
of us, however, we believe we meeting brought to the attentionof llultzen selection of candUdale
queen
child has commit. .
dependent have the cleanest auto In Col. the Council the growing need to accept applications for mem THE NAPLES morning pilgrimage to thew* te
Tom Bernard, parade
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ted no wrong, but Is one In need basket' ,
Her It was rock-aand for a third since bership. Annual dues are as
County visiting nurse, Natalie King band Yvonne
of care, and In such cases the ; Why Is '.e. all smile these
State must act like a wise and scrubbed . the work load on the two now follows, regular membership Whitaker, fwel; Cherte Plan. days, Is II becauae> she has

Just parent, Judge Stanley stated, BREAKS ARM serving has become so heavy 32.00 per year sustaining, NotebookContinued chette and Tom Bernard, cere B.I1.'. ring bark (the largest

Some people, Judge Stanley Mrs. Edith Clifton, dipped and that without additional help their JS.OOj patrons $96.00 life, monies) and Jill Worklnger,field ring In the school l)1
stated ask the Juvenile courtsto work must be curtailed. Mrs. $100. decoration.
fell and broke her arm. She I* Keep reafinglWriters' !
help when they cannot con. in charge of the lunch room at Pearl Edwards, visiting nurse, The Council chose a nominating ( from page <) The first financial contribution

trol their child. school and will try to supervise reported that In the eightmonth commitTee authorized to toward Homecoming was made

Most parents cooperate with the cooking activities there.How.ever period from Ian 1 to present at the December meet when Slippy Boynlon held a Forum

the Juvenile authorities, and with the school bus she drives Sept. 1, 1963, the nurses made lug a list of nominees for officers Mri Quinn'i titter, Mrs Arthur Wilson, of the Mansion Saturday"pay" party and] everyone at her home attending last
the help of parents knowing when will be taken over by another and directors 'or the Delay Starting
241 home calls the
during same
their children are and who they j House drove up and back with them. Mrs, Wilson visited donated fifty cents. A grand
driver. period In 19641, the number of year 1968. total of $.0.81 was handed over
are with Is the answer to bet. Boyd Taylorof In D.C. while the Quinnt Winter Meeting
ter with the Mr and Mrs. visits reached 404, an Increase Washington, were busy In to the Student Council Twod.y

progress. The child delinquentprob'.em teen. Newport, Ky. regular eaon.. of 163 home calls This num- HOW THEY WORK New York seeing and visiting relative. later Q.A.A. generously gave f 30 Naples Writers Forum which

ager I* with, may be your the youth al residents Cottage of the and Western Small Gate.way Boat her.' plus their many public.f The Visiting.,,JJuraea Cooncis M." MM. A. I. Augur, of Glenvlew' III., arrive this week for the same cause ordinarily meets each Wednesday *

I with the sawed-off shotgun,Judge have arrived for the win. health duties, has created too operating In Dock, with Collier Health accompany Shirts will be wild at the school April *t the Naples Woman'*}
Stanley stated. heavy a work load for the County
ter season. With the Taylor'sarrival pre her. Mr. Augur will join Mrs. Augur at the by stlld.ntCouncU member The Club will nut comment itt;
The ever. Department now employs too
next of the
meeting
the winter season 1 II of. sent two nurses, It was repor this until *ft.r NChrlntma !
sweatshirts will real meeting year
glade P.T.A. will be held Nov. fie tally now open . ted.The fully qualified registered nurses Gulf Shore Colony Club the lint of November to be lacl.." aol'o" the. front"Naples and Mtldays, Mr. PhyUULuKim

ember 4. The school will hold Jack and Jerome DanlelsMal. president authorized trained in home nursing! here until they' return north around Thanksgiving, bear the picture of an eagle. director itf the gram
open house during National Ed. colm and Bernice South and to committee to Investigate for duty In the area covered.In aid yesterday,
The Bill Goddardt might be described at .utho,.- They oome In black or while
ucatlon Week. All Invited to
are Buddy Smith were among the the possibility of employing case of emergency where a and will sell for the low price The delay In starting the meets
attend. many who braved the force of a licensed registered nurse doctor Is not Immediately avail tie* on the World'i Fair They taw It twice, once when III ,..Sa. Ing li nwesallated because '4

feature The November meeting who will will Hurricane Isbell to visit their preferably with public health able they may be reached by their driver got lost going from Kennedy to La Guardia Friday's Pep Rally was even Mrs. Luxem's other commit
R. Uoyd
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families in Everglades, Choko. Ml :2-4861. After one more trflmuUting than usual Evil made, it was .hf.
speak on "Alcohol and Narcot. loskee and Copeland. background for part time dutyto calling Airport, and once from the air, aboard a plane boundfor
Its" assist the two visiting nurses Initial visit, operating rules Buffalo. I
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Refreshments served In now in service.Meantime of the Council require that fur
the luni h room. The were chairman of Buddy and MOVE Gail BACK Smith and baby any registered ther home calls be made only Mr. and Mrs. Goddard spent the early part of the i

the membership committee was daughter, Monica Marie, are nurse desiring part time workIn upon the order of a licensed summer In England, Ireland and Scotland. Upon their

moving back to Everglade from the Naples area, Is asked practicing physician. The visiting l- return" they motored In New York, Canada, and Michigan

Fort Myers. They will live with to contact Mrs Tlielma nurses are on call Monday .
Hodges en rotte to Naplet. Since back they have been
getting
Ryan To Talk Buddy' parents, Mr. and Mrs. at Naples Community Hospital. through Friday from 830ajn. ,="

"Ike" Smith Buddy will stone. After discussion of the Increased to 4tOO pan. readying Mri. Goddard' Gourmet Shop In Geyton Cove I.: i..

At crab with his father this sea. expenses Involved In Home care supplied by the for itt fourth season II .r'f.'
Everglades IOn. Mr*. Cecil Drake "Beanie" visiting nurses includes bed
the service It was
stated that her grandbaby Monica conducting WOMAN'S CLUB MUTING I Ii

Tuesday NightThe Marie Smith would live most of decided that the fee charged by baths Irrigations drelllng.,hypode massage rmle, Same time date for the first ': -.JI l'
the time with her . the visiting nurses for home surgical fame place, new meeting i
Injections matt miry and new of the Naples' Woman't Club This October
Hank and Jewell Bishop who Wednesday,

will meet Everglade Tuesday Woman's October Club 20, were house residing in Mrs.have Ivey's procedures.born care,. and The rehabilitation Council alto 21 I it, at the clubhouse at two o'clock members and'\ Bonus : ;; :
Copeland movedto
on Seek VolunteersFor
at $ p.m. In the EvergladesCity Creech Road In Naples. operates a "Loan Closet" supplied their guest will hear Mr Edward Herrog speak on the fstihsi yet r"

Hall, Miss Rachael Wilson The Mason Weeks and family Muscular with such sickroom\ supplies livei, culture and tradition of the peoples In the Middle NNtMlMkesd .' ,

president, announced. have moved Into the waterfront H wheel chairs boIIptl.iI c..
Bill Ryan of Radio Station Dystrophy Drive hat He will accompany hit talk with tlldet
Bob Combs' on Sorter Avenue.
WNOO will speak on the topic
1
"Doug" House la home from IJiI
"It's Smart to Advertise." Ryan The recruitment of volunteersfor
his Job in Washington, D. C. .
was scheduled to speak at the the Muscular Dystrophymarch -
with his wife ,Jeannie her
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parent home, the WalterBrown'
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of Chokoloskee. He will VOLUMEVOLUME
appearance, Miss Wilson said. direction of Mrs. George I.Cow.
be able to stay with his parent
The public 1* invited to bear den, according to Collier County
the Mitchell Houses In Ever.
the speaker. Mrs. Roy Mays, MD chairman, Tom Brown. the greatest
glades
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refreshments. A short bust wa Commissioner In Everglade Dewey and Ever.Polly peeled to answer the cal.; for ( DEALING MEANS LOWER PRICES )

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the team's beat offensive demonstration left, and on the first play tail threw Ritchie.: But the next
Time Runs Out this season. The back Bryan zipped 17 yards pass play workadCarterBryashitting Fk;, Tri-County T SPORTS

offense featured spirited run- around right end to me Naples Rttctoe who then later- .
With Naples On I nlng by Donald Walter, Billy 26. Then Bryan ran three aled to Billy Bryan. He was

Bryan Bob Koch, and Carter yards and brother Billy Bryan tackled before he could get out r Golf Tourney .+. . . . . . . . .
Verge Of Score Bryant The nam twice gambled added four. Townsend, taking of bounds and stop the clock.
and won on fourth-down the ball from center in the styleof The play was good for 11 yardsto ?
plays to keep drives alive.Ano- T-formatlon quarterback, the 15. : Q COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Naples FU.. Su d.y October II 964r

BY DAVID WON ther new wrinkle was the use found no hole and was brought r. Opens Nov. 7 7What .
of some T-formation plays to down for no gain. NO TIME LEFT ;
PUNTA GORDA Naples keep the Tarpon defenders off But on this play the Tarponswere Then tailback Bryan found a hun named The /1"' "
High School's football teamcame balance. detected tackling by grabbing good hole at right guard and First Animal Trl,County Invlt.i.
within a few seconds of the face guard, and the bulled down to the three, wherehe tlonal Mixed Twosome Golf !
Ylctqry Friday night but had to COSTLY INJURYBut penalty moved the ball to the finally was stopped. As the Tournament," will be held at
settle for a &-6 tie with Punta the Eagles received a Naples 49.Foater Eagles went to the line to runoff t cdt Big C\ie.ss| allli) The Moorings i
Gorge when time ran out on severe setback when senior ran too deep on a the next play, the officials Country Clubs on Saturday and 1"
die laglel'on the PC three tailback Walker was injured In wingback reverse and lost 14 signaled time had run out. Sunday, November 7 and 8.
The Edgewater Beach
yard line.Naples. the third quarter. Walker was yards on the next play. Tailback Naples kicked off to start ment Hotel will Apart the r
had driven the lengthof kicked in the mouth by a Tar- Bryan dashed eight yards, the game, and Lee Tread tournament with Bar sponsor Cypressand i
the field In the last four pon tackler and probably will then overthrew end Buz Ritchie well's low kick rolled into The Moorings a.t&lll as co.
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minutes In a frantic and stirring lose most of his upper teeth. on a pass play. the end zone The ball was 4. sponsors of the event, It has '"
effort to win Its first Doubtless the speedy deter- But on fourth down and 16 brought out to the 20,and Punta been annoum'ed.Iiivititlons .
game of the season. This drive mined runner will be lost to to go. Bryan hit Ritchie with along Gorda drove 80 yards In 11 have gone out to 6 k
began after Alan Foster fell the Eagles for the rest of the pass the tall end making plays to score. The drive was :A -- members of the following row.
on a Tarpon fumble Just whenIt season. \ a nice catch while covered assisted by 15-yard face- ::::-; trlubsi, The Beach Club, Big
appeared the home team The nature of Walker's inJury closely, and Naples had afire guard penalty against Naples. -:. Sft.r C\[press The Moorings Cyprus
would cross the Naples goal plus the frustration of down on the PC; 30 after Halfbacks Carl Racioppi and Lake Cape Coral, LehlghAcres,
Ze".. -- Fort M\ers and Port Charlotte.
line with the de-breaking touchdown the final seconds, left a sour a 27-yard gain. The game Middleton, along with (Giles :
!lO: Entries will close November 3.
taste In the Eagles' men. hs went Into its last. minute with did the ground-gaining for the I. ..'.. Plav will be 18 holes over each
Each side scored on a sustained at game's end. Players from the Eagles having exhausted all Tarpons. Racloppi covered the : course, Big Cypress and The s
drive in the first period both sides and some spectators their time outs. final three yards to give PC; .., 1It...: Moorings In mixed twosomes.
but neither could add the milled around on the field Billy Bryan gained four a 6-0 lead with still 7:13 left Established handicaps of each
extra point. Both teams gained after the final whistle and exchanged yards, then Caner Bryan over- in the first quarter. On the t5r.J': ; '. player will be used to determinenet
good yardage all night but words and blows. extra-point play Giles was \' scores in medal play. Atrophy

could not put anything on the The tie was the third of the rushed and got off a wobbly will be presented to the ft <' c
Scoreboard after the first quar- season for the Tarpons who Naples Jaycees pass that John Bass knockedto HIGH LOSS-Mont;" Stickles. winning country club and there ;
of the San Francisco 49ers. will be prizes: for Individual win.
have lost and the ground
ter.Naples two won none. LET HE WHO IS WITHOUT ETC,-Swiss Alois Egll hurls
Its offense ners.
single-wing was high 01! his chance of
back with 64-
Naples also Is still winless Fort Naples came a Both Phil Derbyshire and Bill the "Unspunnen" stone a block of gneiss rock weighing
showing signs of Jelling, Play Myers catching this pass but he
drive that consumed 12
after four defeats and a tie. yard
piled 18'Jyard.onthegroundand lost the ball In midair. McDavItt, pros at the two local 183.7 pounds during the annual Alpine Meet in Aarau,
up The Eagles on the road for plays all on the ground. With which will
air far country labs co. Switzerland. He threw the huge stone which most men
the
47 through by three Fridays In a row, return Team Here TodayThe fourth down and two to go on down at the Charlotte 19 with sponsor the event have report. couldn't even lift almost nine feet.
home next Friday to face the Naples 49, the Eagles succeeded two incomplete passes. mA that m.mhllra are rftsnnndinff-
Sarasota Cardinal Mooney. Naples Jaycees will seek on gamble.. Billy Bryan The teams exchanged short favorably to the tournament planof
After Walker's forced departure revenge from the Fort Myers cracked left guard for three In the third but p'ay In mixed twosomes. Beach Clubls
FOR RENT punts quarter Bids Go Out For
In a slow-pitch softball Invitations went out Friday to
In the third period, Jaycees yards to get the first down. neither could capitalize. Then
Carter Bryan sophomore game to be played at Cam- Then Walker ran seven to Walker hurt after the eight southwest Floridacoun.try Looking ForwardTo
was gainingfive
Beautiful 2 Bedroom tailback who was not to have bier Park, Sunday,October 18, the PG 41, and Billy Bryan took yards but falling four yards November clubs. Entries 3.Immokalee. will be closed 3-County Mixed 'Invitational'The
2 Bath, Completely played at all because of an inJury at 2 p.m. a handoff from Townsend on s T short of the needed yardageon
Furnished stepped In and directed the In August a similar game formation and barreled eight a fourth-down play. Back Twosome Tourney results of Tuesday's play
Eagles to two first downs the was played at Cape Coral more yards. Koch Doing much of the Tarpon- by the Beach Club Women's
HOUSE next time the team got the ball against the FOR Myers group hole on a wingback reverse gaffing on defense were Steve On Right Track, Invitations to the First Golf Association were-
But Frank Townsend's pass to and Naples lost 13 to 12, InS and rambled 18 yards to the 16, Clark, Keith Orschell. Bruce Annual Trt-County Invitational Class A Mrs. E.V. Bruinflel -
Bryan was picked off by the "pitcher's duel." Eleven It was Naples' longest running Harris Van Weeks, Foster, Whips Sarasota Mixed Twosome Golf Tour- --low gross; Mrs. BJ-.
on Tarpons' Ray Hindman on the men are used in these unusual play so far this season.FULLBACK Richard Woodruff Hartter and Immokalee got back on the nament were mailed today to Brlggslow net,
third play of the last quarter games rather than nine, and SCORES Al Hackney. winning track Friday night by members of Big Cypress, Class B Mrs. S.W. Mc-
Naples Bay free substitution Is In effectat Billy Bryan gained five yards, Giles led all ground-gainers coring a second-quarter touch. Moorings Beach Club.Cypress Cune--low gross; Mrs WJ.
FUMBLE STOPS TARPONSWith all times. Batting ordersare but a penalty set the Eagles with 63 yards In 11 carries. down and evtra point for a 7.6 Lake Fort Myers.Cape Coral Henderson--low net.
fishing and Boat Hlndman. quarterback somewhat confusing because back five. Then wingback Fos- Middleton had 60 in nine and victory over Sarasota Cardinal Lehlgh Acres and Port Char- Class C' Mrs. E.M. Ander
Richard (Giles and fast half of this free substitutionbut ter obtained 10 yards on a reverse Racloppi 36 In eight Hindman Mooney at Sarasota. lotte Clubs. son. .
Dock back Ron Middleton everyone plays and getsa Walker went two yardsto was not used much, running Though It was a non.confer The tournament which will Nine-hole event Mrs.frank
Punta Gorda picked up carry crack at the slowly pitched the three and Billy Bryan only two plays In the last quar- ence boost affair toward, the Immokalee top of the got Ca.a be an annual event Is sponsored Blair.
in eight plays to the Eagles' ball.The drove In over left guard to tie ter for a seven-yard average. \loosa Conference when Alva by the Edgewater Beach The Southwest Florida Wo-
Available for the
nine-yard line. But on the defeat of the Naples team the game. Bill Hartter's extra- For Naples,Billy Bryan gained knocked off Moore Haven, previously Apartment Hotel of Naples. men's Golf Association met at
Season Nov. 1 1st eighth play Giles became separated in the August battle prompted point boot sailed just wide to 69 yards In 15 tries Walker unbeaten In league play Matches will be played on Nov- the Beach Club Monday, Octo
from the ball by Naples a challenge to playa revenge the right.In 43 In 14, Koch 29 In eight by a 14.6 score. ember 7-8 over two coursesin ber 12th, with the Cape Coral
Write Box 1737-A5 defenders and Foster coveredthe game during the baseball season the second quarter, the and Caner Bryan 61 In six. Larry Day took a pass from Naples Big Cypress and team winning first honors I First
ball at the nine to save the but heavy schedules of only drive was made by Naples. Ritchie carried once on an end- Danny Browning for the second The Moorings Country Clubs, low net went to Mrs. Adderly,
Collier Daily Newt day for the Eagles community projects kept the two It started at midfield after around for 14 yards. quarter touchdown that tied the with the mixed twosome teams Cape Coral C.C. Second low
About four minutes\ were teams apart umllthjs late date lost Tarpon fumble, arvj bogged play core at Cardinal Mooney. ThenImmokalee playing 18 holes over each net--tlebetweenMrs.Wlncbergof
Gorda obtained. the extra course. Certified handicapswill Cape Coral,and Mrs.Saf ron.
P.
Naples
point to take a 7.6 halftime lead
be required as winners POrt Charlotte C.C. Third low
First downs IS 8 that stood up throughout a score
will be determined on the basis net-Mrs.John Becker Naples
Yards rushing 187 177 lest second half.
Move Your Admiral Color TV AnywhereThe Yards passing 47 8 Cardinal Mooney scored a of 36-hole total net medal team Beach Club.
Passes 3-10 3-4 flrst.perlod touchdown but mis. scores The Cape Coral CjC. Invitational -
Intercepted 0 1 cod the point after. This is the first'mixed two- tournament will beheld
One Big Color TV Break-Through Everyone Hat Been Waiting For Fumbles lost by '0 2 Immokalee now stands S.I.I some tournament to be playedon November 4th. Handicap is
for the season and already has the southwest coast A trophy limited to 30. Play begins at
Punts 2-21 a-vi:!:
won more games than last year's will be presented to the 8130 a.m. reservations\
Penalized 60 68
dub, which was 2.8. Next Fri. club whose members record must be In by October 21st.
day the Indians will meet anoth.er the best total net score so It Pairings and tee-off times win I
SS&ir- ADMIRAL "A M F Naples 6 0 0 0-6 non.league loe, Fort Myers will be necessary to hole all be published In the NEWS.
Punta Gorda 6 0 0 0-S Lee, a the Lee field.r" .
puttS Tuesday October SO, will be
Many Individual prizes will the regular event for the ladies
: be awarded the men and women at the Beach Cluh.
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AUTOLATIC "" winners for both net and gross
r: scores Entries will close November THE
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3, in order that pairingand
starting! time may be drawn BELCq1k
and posted in all the clubs, as )
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Na4 I Moorings Ladies N5AND &


1 Postponed Urged To Play Matches Off ,L rCLUB P( COUNTRY.


Members of The Mooring J J
CIR UITI Women's Golf Association are / VJ with the lestFACIUTIIS

urged tocompletebeforeOcto-: ((7
I ber 21. all matches scheduled y
(for last Wednesday and post-
in SowtHwett Florida
poned because of Hurricane Is-
DEGAUSSES COLOR TV INSTANTLY. ,.d bell.Members for Country Club

N are advised to LIVINGGOL.FING
check the bulletin board at the

MOVE YOUR ADMIRAL COLOR TV ANYWHEREI! clubhouse for pairings In rIi
matches to be played Wednesdays hale. c ..,...."". eMit .
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the home (electric shaver electric> HV.NDOITOr.gon) halfback Bill o l.wli 21 lunges! desperately ,V...n..c...,*14 14, .A'C M..ft.i \I M,.r. | l."l el Sub *WSMI
for ball he fumbled when In oat hit Brigham N.p4M 4. Pvnt< Oer.. tAukurnXI to* U S. 41 l i iMl
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All New Admiral "AMF"Automatic Young fullback Mike Jacobson ''30' o Toolc couldn hang ,.l S.y" ,..",on. u
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All New Admiral "AMF" color areas thatcan be caused u "''

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Rood. Service
flurbir snap DON'S Amy", W PrideeuD. IntpectorCorwin I lava Irb.: building in goodlocolion ROOf CLEANING k PAINT '011 RENT NEARINO COMPLETION at
luwren' Mrll.rM4r LIGGETTREXALLNep1..ShnpplsC ." duly W.''''.., A Waila, Inspector plenty ot parking, INC( CO '"' 101 .40 llh II N.s I tRhorn
.' ." aita, living turtr Lena Mars or efflee 'l." onklotli tvtiltkl' I. at III.MH) with
... 40oOHorrKTro.l Ml 2 Ml? Alice Brumfiid'. IntpeclorM :1 11. d1: willing' to dnva. { I 5 0 NEIL Ioc,1Islk113 N. .. la tt. won,
2-21)6 ,Idrod Wt".," Jntpeclor I I frXSCTTT')( ::t t... '' JOUr:" ,' OhT* for dl *'nd man 1 .udnas :. rtc'ti' N |*od l rm *
1
tJa O CENTRAL' I r* I' 'I -. ,, Toll 1' Ah >*w Kattanit, Mllal front I.. Nil. ) Rink. Own YOU' WILL' LINE "rs INK:
CLEANERSJERRY'S INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR / It Ie Ml IM7I 10/14 HAft .r will 1vId.THE I Bath kerns .t
,.... Methedxt' ChurchTo IBR
PLACE 1.t party to like iv. pros. GULF REALTY CO So tutra ,lads ecroonod
Hold The election' t paring buun50. OpNrtun.ty to I N' Ilk A... Ia/h parch 11.11'1.. .'Ic...... air
JAEGER INSURANCE Count* The Vote* atari small and prow !I.,__ Radiator Ktpairi can and a 511buy, otHUM
t Cmpn, Clark Writ J T Oxbar Hauls .1 l
l-c: : : : Oil tank. repaired welding., .
Inapectoi Box 4J .mule *pi igt or Cell 57-HowMi For Sato.
DRY CLEANING v T CONE \ SAVk MONt -IA\Y "A'MIo""" I .' $1....., L..r... 0...., IntpeclorPRfCINCT Wy 2 209 It/11 M Steam tl.5nlnlpleb AIR ABOUT ,h. two LOWdown
.... Adolph Wsst, '......cl.' u. a deliveryDevi payment I BR .......* w*
.< DAY "VajiL AUTO-HCMe C"'t' "S-"t. C H.II., full \ I.u'.h' L anbury. 'Inspector 3.11 '* pad' Ml 1111Ti HOMESI: Home 10ClI. 150' or* ottering In COCONUT

SERVICE. I/ ;{ j "" Its SHOPPING (t.tNTE: SN.. H..,. CHOKOLOIKEE' NO r 17-Holp Wantod tram Gull bathIr Thr.o j tend bedrwnssthr.s Ina GROVE

NORTH TRAIL MI a-1551 WORK' OtMRAvrCEDf / PLACE Imallwood'* Star NEEDED AT ONCE -TulTor *..nne *.... .. aarvittit "....., WILLIAM1.14.ry. INC58ioU
142 6th A..., So. MI. 2-7390 T Mold The Election 4 pert Urn, mar or woman to tmtll. oft,to with agn.
.| till Ar*. It HI HOI Count* The Vote I sores Welkin tuatomor In pace and .*.....*..,*. ..,.....* TWIN LAM II: New eeL law N Tooth1.. '. H., 1041 .I1JI

Kathleen McKmnay. CI.k ....pl... Good Income. N* In.veetment Call Hill Iwo payment, easy term. 1/11 a. If

Raaa Mae Brown. 'inspector. let your own hour
Ettello trown.. InapactciErie Write" C R Ruble' D.v1.01 COQUINA IANOAll: *ppll. Salt
05,,,.,.. IntpocterPRfCINCT P O tot N*. Solt. MI:i'it'r.' SEA WALLS neat., Ctntrel tir a end. .Lot Intrede For _
NO I CAPELANO Tann
dll"y_ 5lenliesTHE YOU CAN PLACE' Lee Cypreaa OtlicaTo -PERION' WANTTO to .....* CONCRETE WOOD ROCK COMMfRCIAL; lot on Sans
ADVERTISEIN Jit Y NIGH SCHOOL. AREAi Twokedrooma Rd, 4 CalodonioAvo
nit N Hold. The. lection 4 cnumr In Collier Co withRiwush Piles Airport
THIS SPACE Count, The Vote Product. Steady Foundation two bathe f ..1sad lUalM' lonod) C IP

COLUEH COUNTY NEWS 'lit rnsn/lolin. ., J..... M Irewn, ClarSlouiaa .ear ..,..,.... ,*.. round. No will, I* wall.. tereet. large >Wt. II,MO.
.hen maliaf purcliaio horn a CALL MI 2-2107 E Forehand. .. Inspector C.ptalq UII"' Write Raw Oocki-Moonng Whips perch AataalaUaDEWEY

tl... .....,."., Ho it irilertla4in THE COILIE COUNTY NEWS. Lisp Dell Smith. InapactorDamal lagh, FA j otl II. Memphi IAOEN Automat ABBOTTRadio RIDGE LAKtli Purnlahad trunfurniahod .Lalilla 0l15 Wy VUy:I 1 MensesNsbla
H Forahend. 'Inspector Tenn.. .
tnowmg about your '.'po..,. FOR DETAILS Our aoWtiien tKa4 you tool PRECINCT NO I OCHOPEE Inrn/dlall I ociu.paney .
.
Court and
PLACE South Sid U S tl. Appro : Near Oeit POLLY
400 Peat Wait of Poet Olfico 13-H.lp Want. FtmaU Radio Road Nie11r

To Mold The t lection. 4
--- Count The Vote*- Waitress wanted Apply' in p.,, Star I 4111 t 4471 ROYAL NARtOR Wtrfrnl Ina REALTY

Mrs Ralph' M trown Clark lO'IDon's Ll(1Nt RsiollWllr.ss NA5111dacb. Urg p.ryh
Mary E Haute. InapectorHarriett .
't a' -1,! > Jean Can, InaoactorM wants. .t INpnl'1MI R1P-RAP SEAWALLS THE MOORINGS,, I ledroem.t Ce Dowse Pant.. N..llsrCaro. .
,Idred L Brown. InapectorPRCCINCT I HII. both horn* I Mellon! C5M0he '. :lit Arr.15M'
NO '0- Eteptinal. Buylmmdlt .
,":i' .J NAPLES NORTH Lady fur marking, ,in. end checkIng and ROCK; GROINS I kodroomTl M11115'

.' FS.ij'f ,-r!: ;. :t'f PLACE T* Mold: Church The Election Of ChrIst 4Count and. out holidey laundry Apply Paid' In vacation poraon, C....... .....11., *!.c*. : 'kelh* potaain lsseisn1OCaIlanMARLOWE 1 59-Acrolg.

... ..... ... The Vote r"fflH.: ... ,.* Loundr. .Lars bad frln' AND BECK .JI
.. ....,n rlwo -.I.a Yf1 .f. J. ...lJ' Qudrun Hoffman. Clark OIL
1 .l : ; -, ., b<.".. Marjerie, V Cempaao. Inspector. MARATHON'DREDGING REAITORI I "' 1 TEA
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5 -i; x Clayton P t if, InapactorFrarwn .., Filth, Avo IsM HMrLg'L..lt -
'L D Merlin, Inapeetorlucille CO. / tt7i. mot, iiin MONEY GROWS
PUBLIC NOTICE
..... ,' R Karnell'/, ImprclorPRCCINCT -
'111eo''s5'-1 : NO II Dr ) Dr. Iles -rIPAHM'NG' HIW" Anotkor orodxalnf wall IM ml
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IMMOKALEE, NORTH Street North
Uth from C. TIN Co whMk prom
;: ug PLACE Offxo Of Juatic Of ......I IN THE: COURT OP THE COUNTY pad Dells, Work. EMI t balh ham. .eronedpell ,loss .n00h55 se smmut ...
T* Held Tbo Election 4 JUDUE. COLLIER COUNTY 0.'... 4 utility, room, I" CNILr c.THIW'O.
Ml .
; fount Th. Vote* FLORIDA Airport. IH I MM Drive ky Ihi,* lovely homo end

; v.,. C McClallend Clerk IN PROSAIIIN all for on appointment today PIPN
.. .... Mary", N Jump, InapectorRathe RE: ESTATE Of 36-Wtntod To the PrlaN' .. / wIth terms IIIII'
'*...1.'. InapoclorLou AONEt H. KILLEV: Buy AtssilatlL511l11 ISIS Air. 1 he.pl .
1IIrIrIILii't! ,.a trown.. Inapectornmell Ooe.'.... iiI MNwestiI 2 mrat City: :t.Oal1.
: < T McDonald, InapectorJimme TO ALL CRLDITORAND" PER Deed pickup truck araniad OiiI,1. W;: a.... I ml from Evarglada, .
ftlflllff!! u -"- ",.,", ,. Lambert /InapectorPLACE $ON' HAVINO CLAIMS OR 01 Good condition. Btehlman. Prop Pirbw. 11211 1.r oars
.-.c. = PRICINCT NO II MANDt AOAINIT SAID E IT ATIfeu enie* Meintenn C* Ull irdHI with : mlo.r.l rlaMs, ,, W///
.. faIT NApU'. 'OUTH and wall of you hereby KB' I/I If DEWEY POLLY silt $In IM airs .......

....,.. ---- --- : r. J' To Mold' Amar The".Election n,' Legion 4 Mall notified is.., .....end.. arid reejuoaied.......owI. which; proaonl you 38-Autot For Salo REALTY M Acroa ......,......,,, II ml
.7'I ", from naw wall 511 ft fromllala
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;; ,.J- -.lJ. Count The Volea or either of you, mey have againetth
\. ...' .. R.ad N1105 oar
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: Mary", Kline. Clark oeioto of AONEI H, NELLEVdeceeaed ,
Jane Jenkln, ., MECHANICIPICIAL/ .. atr with 11% minoril. righiaMl .
late d
Cry Inapactor County, lo INs Q>* Dwy
: 1. ;:: v --.w Hattio O Adklna. InapoclorCluoketh ;, 1 sitar Collier: County: Corner. 11 APir.1YNINi Sled A.," I ml, from luxnilanal
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.. S Cop'.,. Inapecior f 10:1.,: it lii* office in tho courtheuao M eh.... t dr atitk SkIll' till '..'. Oil Plaid. I mlryes Ml way
--- W A Edwarda Inapoclor et 0.11' County .. Cat N M54135
-- a plat.Florida H Ply NT IIMM t$14 50 par ours with
,,' ... f'-... RRCCINCT NO 11- within SIC i calendar' month I/OI mlnorol. fifhltApproalmololy ,
NORTH NAPLEI from the time of the fir at ......",... tultk 4 Or 111II Ptrio Riles" Horn M Mr M*
:--T'" PLACE Nartb Napla* Pirahoua lion of Ihi* notice Two copio tf Old 4 Or NT IIMM Neerly' ..... I bedroom sON 1.rS. / M4 aarao 1 ml,
\ .. To Held Tha Election, 4 each claim or demand. ahall. be mwriting Ford Was... Ills end aereened porth, lit.*MApertmnt from lunniland' Oil *...... I ml
Count The Vet. ond ahall ...*.. the placoof pert w4h sld, R R. frontafloII .
d S"'lt lou,.. Sechto, Clark r..."....* and. peal oltic, .oddret. H ford Wagan IIMH hoot downtown N* /LIONpe5 airs. Lww ...
:Z Gertrude Gail''. Inapoctor. of the ...,"'.... end ....11 bo awaritI ford t Dr 111 pie*, 4 sal bedroom unit and. /h11, WII sell post N i.r.1:
Martica J ....11, Inapoctor ky Ih. limnt, agent. eltornev !.. mottl ,room, |..,*.* Obi
leilo C Or..... 'Inapector and ocaompeniod. ky .drnl.5 *t TOP ORAOE UISO CAR TtrmiCIS sans & .rl. with IM.r front
Clarenca P hc".., I.",.*.' yes toiler ail such claim or .*....owI !.. II...'..m p.5 Tea k4 IB* on which ko IM
pllfCINCT NO .t/ not a* load. hall. be void. COLLIER COUNTY asses fnt k.in ofIN.nsy1111 mom, road trot Napiaa to tidjMara '
PAST NAPILh NORTH WILLIAM H. HCLLEYA NMf it Penb ICRM4. Davolopmont 144* M oaratra
.... PLACE tart N.o.. teplitl, Chunk eaoeutor of the Last MOTORS DIM ..*...*. |4t%. mineral/ riM,

,,. ., .. To Hold The Election 4 Will and T........... ofAOH" l fcnoshrrrld Nurrlip nUlllM Tar...4 available. on the above

4t- I r rm Count The Vote / N. P.ILLEY.oceeted I toadS l /tN :: Wo belie** IMslNal lialixaato
Paul 0 Me.. .
M Clark
1 ruI:: t.",* Hell M...... Impector PARKS EMCRIONAttorney Model A lomp tu*al 1)71I Tws.dn50es. Ctt. Ttrrtii ko AI I mveelment portun.
.. lt.. Hi,* Write tr ..II Iw
Norman T Remertaen. Impactor. ",.* fir tho I elate ofAONCS I | J.5.i Condiion (4MMl lir, slit wilir. 51! 5 in lo anew, map
Grass Jenkins Inapectof H HELLIV. Deceaied, II4M If/ft tfIM N' .NI! liNtCll Ol appointmont

iee Mark tnapecter Mt Mh Avenue leuthNaple 4 who.I Ittft-tk 4 bedroom, I kiln '5l* CARItlEAN REALTY
piss pkateiianl '
THINGS I TO COME ThRead ,oolh, .. :
/.to now ", mops than anrga .11.. w.0" RRCCINCT NO II *. PlortdettNjAMiN condilion Mate of In ryN l Ma.NarwsrI.5kne REALTOR

crclpb will" become Ih. Greif Court on tar. Un.r.I, of (111'0' campus ,n Ch51aps NAPLES PARK a PARK far ll* h A., ot tth M Napliap tfc* "/. I.J,.04Ctt P O tea till
PLACE ,...., Hair's OHM for Iii f.,.. ra /t/ if kiln,
t 'lHr" '_, I 1.NIwln N HI ft ,
Op",,,,,, crcl al Center w/I/ D. a. amp.'hfa'.r It I pt0nnd. to b. ready ,n ,.II"".vy' 111/. ,. Mold. Tha Election 4 Dot t, Ili Irl TIM !l..7 / ( INs dwMwn' ftI4 ':l'.1.. *

.- fount Man i The C.la.Volee Clerk 41-Truclal Tractor list Uk Or v' 121,101 Ps_ awl r sell )W;...rs.Idsal .

Mae Q OeK Inapoc4or IN CIRCUIT COURT/ pwMw5 Nrwm. trill" I /. Iralsr, Nays II. it
Ant M lWd.Mpecl., TWeLFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT 1INOUC 1 ISO IVM5 I.. b/ecNS trim leach 110/ 01100101 Ps11. 50p.s Tsnk
"t1
fheWanf Ads S Hilda Kokea. InapaSjawiHwr CCMLIIR COUNTY ksary ."....... Mary. Cmli, "'. units III' '_11. /Mil 1.dPkg.; .,. MI S lest N/11
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L tharar. /step"'" $1071 I Ior.., I toned rear end H ear* tract IIM down on*)
PRECINCT NO II IN CHANCERY Pirtl, *om* ,.,.. tYa .,... All BILL LOACH, lit* per ..._b. Mo m.ero..

..... --------r. ..;,;;' - - .J IMMOMALf: IOUTHPjACI CYNTHIA t NO MM' tnd Park ear ilMMT Ono milo from OMidanOai
Old Cot-ar Company OffKd MoOP15odN turr OMC INC4STrailoti REALTOR City OJc.sfao..ITHI'l1. -
Te MOM Tn* EtaOlMW 4 roynty: tf
A Count The VN.. II. 111 0th II ROSIN Mt MM MMr =
1 ; I I Mr.irt E: T_..._. Clark HEWITT OllYHO"D MiOlIt... Y4.pO/rY ....'- 11111! BIPPtKINT IN
,, AMMO ->..e.lt iMpoctorMar t/1 >/ .

(! Ne\ .. R Roge .**ptor THE STATE NOTICE Of FLORIDA TO fot RtntTrtiart NOW t ears treat. ...,...
bt f M.rspap.clsr lint ooo mile from U P. tlDrlvo
.IWITT OA".O" tOiLLHonduraa
ROYAL HANSOM
I 0-. DusropMps01. / ...,.... Co lacC.rNaoo. ,. II alias wit TVIII on I* Mi* property withy
0'COMM'nlOlilll1 Prvini of tN Han It t ISIS MM >llri.llv. } k.4>_. 0 *..r own tar and aomporo it

=NPV 0,..,.. .A ChoaHondvr Ooti Creek Trr.lor Park 115...,..Na15..,.. M wNacd.M. 151101 sir 5114,1 Ober J IIIsl.
e1 Y llarN1 .*.. CoMrl Amor,ca .. H... .. .. 'ar tell. .Ns I/N. N
.PEAL .5,1p .001 S Msdst", INN ,
It further Informetio i501aI11
P. 0 BOX 1737 NAPLES, FLORIDA, 33940WANTADGRAM I M........ Tpart Clark You Irs hereby notified thatsail t 4Apti.. For lint = MI5Mn's'. '' 55 D 1. Joneo Bnterprieeoj, /MMd.ap
Mt MOA filed ageinal you' mIn : f. -owI.:
.I R w ..aoy0.y ''' Np5rlkaped 11141 P O. to* t7l:
and
above entrtlad cevte
your .
I CI5rsOa ,1 5 t'Isirs wall ks
I1114 heraty rjwird. to aorvo voon IN1.aMol .O.'oTir.1 : law ...... 1500 ,. -
stnI pie..m,ft. attorney oN... oa.1 end Meets ., Oil'jtl IfATE OWHtltr
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-- M flf I H MI15. 001,5 Mel **r
mnoy
IIMI Ml I III
eddraai *Pftr horoon your wrmo* Of Is Poprl M.rbor off,.. S.FN :,.. ., Gall
near Cyproe*
/
P VtLie I HIARINO' dotanao* it icy ie> ...
I .o.crLI OAL NOTICE: ,I*,nl n. MK) wit Ipsp Of whltha "'" If Court City ..Mr ond. slats

I IYF fun Write ad In .... ve' tool a ai .arN to .on orbfre ABLE SHORES APT8Ml M!lIIftINQ, hghwey: now uneer ton: "trut
Writ your own wanl.. J. Ifs toiy your ipox.bU "u -c.r:,; J'bald. byM. Nov*.t.11. :1..1'*.. I44Mflawy S 51.. Ol Rvi M MSmat lion Reel potontiol Only MM

>w, count 1M words l to find your eo l. Try a low ctl wonf-od today .. I City CovAdl onweonndey N* Her*'". foil no* e< *ocroe. N. sal Reed a ad Aro. Ar Y.M, *.. |h. kM4 d ..*_ coo per .....
vemter t at .. tt A M elme lose ..N to onterr aga<- M .. /If ., rik
.r Idle IK'I ur5 .t .HiVer buy, Mil, trod. Coy / St.1r.eObear.. for ma v5.N poyd n ina .5 I IMO poe ...... .of..... H>. ,./!.. 10 ..re* ready. for dovolop-
.or tho purpeia of bearing com compia ntTh I... ASP, plv* vll1.s 1k = ,.sal pinM .HNd., ...... mood. odfoiont I* .>ty ....,
Nafrta _.._...._...._-._____._ '":;::: aSI.R/0a./ M .. ...-... nptier of tovet ef for */14 ifTiRTb. yen MNO rwmMl H t* nd atraett. feel growmf ore,
.' *f me sly..j ONe.""Ii rbh.aA, R.illp bill Mould) r*.
MINIMUM CHARGE 75 sobi Cdy J Nap*** PI 4I WIT NEW my hind. ass. No taelel r5.1. "' I f "' p1. 115. no gnkorhood RMw
toil 00 5,0500 OaC
**aii.g I I end I tic sod. Cowrt Pt I Naples FSrMeIN SaWed SOisSNIU.// NMNl FDA INITANCItdrtm es solos.
Addrett I T.r I'Puns P Mult'pi* .. Ior.. '. 01MAIQAIIT CkJoMo II 0 *... '... I keek t TOlNNl 511150. M
RATESCDOtcVGve I 0.....!. ONMTOJI N J' /vs ..tlI SCOTT ....1...* >... Pap 4 Mrh9Houoi QolS S Country M Chr'g Ettaio f voroto* 55111.55 11,15.

fLOCAL Insertion City .... .,....... ... -- ." I BnRri.tATTEtT A.......' ",."[- M.,.. tI.1. CW1 Crowd''Curl r ,:;:: t! !:t'tr=1 yarn HlS Ptaor Atr Cond Revorao Tile tTydrfo Roof. tno lULl aotion: MEAD i* -AREA tooutihil- Where p>no
/t IOtT"
'OlfT'Ul.u"n"
PER LINE I ,.... Nvi 1001and. lend wool., d,ve M M. SwIll on 4
I1. ......... N .
I J .,." loo Pso.E sal lal pR50eiadabll
1 ot 2 Inienioos. Hf Phone ._. fr" ?:,,, for RoM PHI ..51. Nr NIsw
It M 1111 *niTtr :R"c"r p ...,. t ..... Saul /s1 IS 11305. SIN Iron Ind
) or 4 Iniemoat 18t. I AveSV. INN loll NNTarol 10 po' monthROBERT
.
luolea PhK fm
5 In.mioos16t PI.OM publish my Clainfitd Ad for .-.. ROTe Tf .r'J11.m--\ Gas I14 h>., i a 1114 e1// UNtAU .dnm. I 5501 M ...........
-errN Ac11)141 ._",.... WIM H. JAEGER
20 Ifitcrtiont. III e Nag*:d dooa kjew sN .._...... haCANTSEAN
llfy Mart tft* tgnoVgtUg Pr N. "r 1pNarHey.o
I I .
COUNT 4H! AVERAGE COf\MCW4IY. IEmHr "ortl"9 9 f. vote R. MMraartw ba fjtr..d .,dor .....ovt -
WORDS PER LINE MM OIl P11. ........ KM1IA
f -_ coth with ixdtr. I I .M e11. loo N- N .......i olM ..- rulNlVIAlIIIONtMLD" P 0sa IMtl 62-1".ln.. froprtywMia
.......;. ..M1 mfJIINU P54 ft.:1 54151pis
Count .H Avef.ge Words Pet Line **] ****** otrooaVon*** are aaN ...... DRIVE ih)
J. W DYCHEI. REALTORS londwithoa 4 drmaa. IWO a
I ........... ADS '' F. I Niles 10 kodreem. I kook homo OHIYEIn ,
MArl.NSlq IIftwe: ".., T" '|t A.My te 4M.psd Iofl ) Moue OwiwM
.u. wmded. I wWwfw i = : :=
IMI FW+NIM tdriR I .*.*) for bit SNN : oil
... ..... Re/1.. ale taatent ..111.1 hay.r ,. .
rw15 50505
5.0 HI Sod
I _l,$... 4 M r......, tJJIQ III'. t tern. .*rrnaoOa'den > 1111 AM4CM. Ml tares/. =.khi ptrsk..5hy. '
_. I 1/ss.e50 rf"C-: Nl
film !
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-.5-.,. .- + 0 my MO OM to oooty N tM t i" ',/N t tf A.o.5lstaSl.elbi
C* r. 50 tie OM *Mt Ctwt ISO fexoehod M ,
I .or Cotko C !*>> Plona). to '.*> 1---: fjf Jan. |*tCAliltlAb 171 itdi M Mwln' MsbN grgMMNwm

.... u1.. /If ..... I"W I k...rvwn, f leek Coil
= rISOs .... ..Narait ] REALTY TICS.. IM/r4 ki.opL unit POLLY
-- *0 C *a>rr WttLaM J PManSoA REALTORS :, ,,5m Nrwm *P (U DEWEY
I f f* iTwi r. Nlll and A., t |IMMM .
-- -y *>Sod tfOoa I'" lap P 0 t** INs 1.w. |IM par MMilk M REALTY
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wi IN N -f'- >M HMtu W
0IL."I"A- J ".U.O.C" rVINCE

f Oct It. rl f*... I L 14 5 RI M IlmII w rear I CONBOY 0** Oowoy Willy. Railto
b.hee
i :;.,.. : Corner IoA.. No on*)
55rSN..t. NL ...._ TNdMI
clttxli .w. Wtw : T.
dt 4
I fU/M ret o oRtRoy 1'i7" WaSO wO __ 117.Y. lUll
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pln, 1'1... Sand, Octb I II 1161I
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ArtEffective Breakfast Club (Limit 6 Please)

:.. ..r Mon..Tuf.' .Wed. m Han yap.. M-Ik 0 con toll IOe
k y'' .
f ._ Oct 19.20-21 Osage Freeston.Peach.
i; Halves J 1ge
6. ,. O can
Tasty Real Fig

F. Juke 24' ox.O .. 2ge'
O O O O 'bo
Swan Liquid (Sara 16c)

49C
Detergent. Iie
1t4Y4l ..

llji Assorted Flavors
GIANT

utr" II D Royal Puddings 4 &:; J9r

POBUX Penny- aver
AT
to
Easy Prepare
When oar do y our grocery shopping betty een :, t. ... .
y I
and October 31,you will recalve On11 Kraft's. Dinners 2 39c
now a ?
19" card. It'. part of a naiion'NleSe card progr.m, .IC h D eter end ,;.
ih.r. win be'fifty winning

worth$1,400. ,{ '' .,
COlt <
th.$1,400 award represents the avenge
of a y. supply of food In the United Stat.l. giant pkg. 2 9c

You've got a winner If the figure 19 dotln't

with off. I
of cards,.ft.r LIMIT 1 PLEASE, WITH
And,h I t'.not taU-if. three your to9- PURCHASE OF $.00 OR MOREwaIWngb.arnumgw
L that acid up

you can win$117...that the average cost \ GIANT JAR! /
supply of food. OFFICIAL
month'
of one
INSTANTFolgerfs P.ulPr Hen1Y..

Speclel
Enter your dog In,.. leotbell!
f $,95 V.ly.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING if rum. SHUNSHU $

COOKBOOKS K IN SMSUfiS l COFFEE i With Now CWIJK only. At$1.95 D.I.
E
,. DHttli on packapee
FROM FOLGER'S
39 I* I COFFEE;!

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THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA
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October: U Federal Beer Admiral CorneLui K.
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: Siriblmg baa arrived at Key West today aboard the U.S.S.
;1 11 r1III Infi a K1a9.Bv' Neptuitt and will relieve Captain Green from commandof

IfIPmnc."m- the Eut Coat Blockading Squadron. The Nrfit** will
lid return to Philadelphia for repair Admiral Stnbling relieves
f"I s Captain<< Green a* commander of the East Gulf

I1 \ Blockading Squadron. Captain Greene had anurned tempnrary .
1 .' dIIJii M ... command upon the departure of Rear Admiral
Bailey in August, 11(4.

t J : The US.S. Ckorurt captured the blockade rennin.
: "'idIIJ' lilt i- -- British uhooner Lxnan, with a cargo including iron and

I I"f ...... 1 tools in the Gulf of Mexico today

October I -A small Federal raiding column haa been
plundering south of Jackionvill and art
: BRIDGE Line Diuv shov Hnumi' Mouse\ orange grove
,7. MF\V FROM on Mooring of the St. John River for the lilt four da,.. Over 100
nsniK in background. Building is first of three condominium apartment barrel of oranges have been captured part are being dntnbuted -
towers to go on Urge tract facing Doctor Pass. K: tiniat"d con. to the troops in the dutrkt. The remainder will
struction cost of the three buildings is $..;t52,000. Naples' biggest be shipped to Hilton Head. South Carolina.
construction project First Florida Resource Corp. is general contractor.
In a iaiueii today by Federal Rear Admiral John
Palm Club beachfront (NEWS photo ) report
EXTERIOR CONSTRUCTION work on Royal
A. Dahlgren, commanding the South Atlantic Blockading
apartment building is nearly finished. Seven-story" structure, containing squadron, the sailing vessel 1 ferry ia on blockade dutyat
42 units was built by E. II Marhoefer Jr. Co. for 553000. "" ,- ec.. remandma. Th U.S.S. Olt..,., the Norwieb and the
NEWS photo) ; yr
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lit:If art in the St. Johna River. At present then are no
ahipa from the squadron at Mosquito Inlet.

.\M,,, t{ r '. :> !. : ,.;, Union Commander Striblmg announce that .he bar the
'I' ,"' following veiiela under hu command; Aids ordered to

"'\ +Rt+';Idlt li'f Key Wet aa supply ate.merCIyIv, blockading St. Matki)
i s : "r1 :)"" n D.", on ordinance duty at Key West forllfury, blockading .
A Writ Paaa, Apalachicolai Gtlnu, at Key Veat)
r & t dye rl Cm oIM Sic, at Charlotte Ilarbori, lltnJrUk llttito,

r at Tampa Bay) 11*",.., being repaired at Key Y'atl|
t a r liunonit, blockading Went Paai, Ar.l.chicoI"LI./ en-
Na a route North convoying a prue "vessel) James L. Dealt, at
St Joseph; M4io/M cruising 'in Cuban watenj MIlbl.n ,
Tampa II.YIM",01/, \ duty at Key West) Nil, off
the Suwannee Rival O, II. Lee, at St Marki) fro/mi,
I being repaired at Key Weat Punuil, blockading Indian
River; Rfttlfti, at St. Andrewi Barf I Sg,>*ort, blockadingCedar

Key; s".1'0, enrout North) Somtrul, at Veil
Parr Apalaclucolai $/", t.J Strict, ordered to Key West
t andTtiJrrrr" on guard duty at Key Veil. I

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October 17-Th U.S.s. Iab ia ordered to sail today
Mllf:9c 7r v. a from Brawn for Key Veil for duty with the Eat Gulf I

Blockading Squadron.
BEACH CLUB HOTEL penthouse wing foundation work Is near completion .
and walls are beginning to rise First Florida Resource" Corp
which built the Beach Club's nnllwn-dollar to\vr. wing in 196.' also

is contractor on this project, (NEWS photo) --- ,; Harbor I

FOUNDATION WORK Is progressing' at the site of 'la 'I I <0111 Hit 'age, a
Kuunit building the Iti >. \', ;nlt'l :
inoperative apartment project on > Bow Line
Golden Gate Golf Course Shufflers PlanVorkshop tt ,aknpw Cast coast builUr h! Frank J, Uooney l< g-Bsrnl 11,0, >II i | r. .f

\ Tuesday :., Uv $1. 00,000( job f. ,
in history was taken out earlier this year. In background is Rdn wWir BY ftOWllltOOIU
On Square DanceThe Beach apartment buildintf. ( NKWS; phmt, ) I PIIon W.38U

, Playable By December 1 Sunshine Shuffle announced Things are lsal'ptn1l1roorm We are enjoying the coal,

Friday evening! that for nw to write them down- crisp air. but will be glad t.
they will sponsor a square Plans Made For First will have to wait. until I gn Mt home. Couldn't g* any
Although formal opening of th* to the near future he said, dance workshop at I o'clock beck to put It all together. hickory nuts, but did manageto
rale will be published which
first nine holes of Golden Gate
the Shuf
Tuesday night st wet
black
will be "attractive W* stinedtowardhouwfroaiRodiester pick up e few
Including
Golf Course remains scheduled
charter membership to the first Hers Hall. Chlumsky Build Thursday If.1I sots when the farmer waantlooMng.
for the first week In January:
Ing, 950 Central Avenue should be home I didn't stell them-
Gen. C. B. Jung managing dir US members. School gons w.lI. we
ctor, announced yarday the Construction of rest shelters This will be s club level County Cooking by Saturday or Sunday October just plclwd 'em up to keep any
nine will be playable by Den m.and Installation cf equipment Including workshop, for experienced dan 17 or 18. ore else from taking tNtni.m .
bar 1. tee markers and green's ccrs. Jack Her will do die Suppose there will be lots
Plans for politer County'sfirst Donald K.P* representing
flag Is under way PGA M.mber calling. ( Land
Jong credited "Damps"Bl'crn. of new folks in Naples
rull-fledged cooking Florid Power Light, snd fIiIOfIl WAN IIALP 0 Rrlamo
William Vim will assume duties Her Is caller from Phoenix
wellu
Yacht Harbor then si
superintendent of greens, with In by '. ,
WilL
as Golden Gate Professional by school to be called "Portraits Don Q.Wynn.SwsMne roadway TbtWST
Aria, who recently moved to .omeofthewlnltlfn.tdel1u.
excellent Job in developing Atmiteo re* ANOtsua Itlrt
November 1. At the present time In Food. ire being completed proprietor, wU: meet In tl.
greens, lee and fairway which Naples. t aa. Clot wait. to see If I have new
will permit play to start la De. full Is hole play will be assured The Shufflers' regular weekly by Its sponsors-th Collier next few days wlrh Mlle Chance, is welt
neighbors next to me
camber. by the use of two seta of tee dance was scheduled for County Newt, Florida Power Collier County News publisher
is across die street
"Ttla will give residents of markers. Saturday night with Ray Castle tight Company and Sunshine to Iron out last minute details
the Greater Maples area an op. Country Club activity by mem. calling These dancesare Foodwiy. Admlsilon to the of the; cooking school. gEBIW
portunlty to see and play the here will be encouraged to com. all show will be free of charge.: The three sponsors already and woman of Collier County
open to visiting members *
course before the arrival of sea.. plement programmed weekly spe. e The event will be presented have determined that no atom who enjoy preparing" gourmet
from other clubs and
dial event, said.Mem.bers ,
golf Jung Aebws
laid Jung said. He and food.
visitors,1 on Wednesday Thursday will be left unturned In effort
1 of local welcome
associations are
golf spectator to come
I also announced that local reel win be encouraged to Include and witch. ,a November la-It. at the Tahlrlan to nuke the first "Permits Further detail of the event
dent and members of the var. Cove auditorium with will be announced In me near
women's Golden Gate In their tournament The beginners class was .. H In Food" sn Inf)*ytb-.nd .....
ious men's and golf r -e -
hr Mrs. Rebecca Tan Florid the future.
schedules. memorable affair for men
from last aY.atlas
club will be Invited to play IS postponed Wednesdayto
boles without payment of green Friday on account of label!, ,. n Power A light Company Hoer -- -----
.. COMPLETE AClUTIaTN is Iconombr.1 1 charge
see and it possible that next
Golden Gate Country Club The auditorium doors will
Wednesday's session will be i
and Golf Course. will offer De" open I at 9 '.m. each morning ?
and fadUtlea.The club changed on account of Castle's ;
complete and class will tun at
Agenda ap- ft l
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County
house Includes snack: bar, prior commitments. Members 930. L
1P'ii.fJIIItj. prorimatsly
The agenda for Tuesday lounge shop. It, locker overlooks room the and first a pro and about this.Following should. check with him 1; f ,. Those attending Ton rain On -hand stock of carpet tn roll ,
to Food will be shown how
County Commission meeting ninth fairways and ilarg.drlvingrange. Castle Her will to e wr a
8:30 a.m.-Approval of Board quickly sdeasiypreparetutydishes. w mounted on Teak Roll you can _
The entire plant Is de. call on October 24, and Ralph lJL L
minutes signed for the convenience: of Otis on the :31. This liner In addition trey will PI
9:00 a.m. Opening of bids players, Jung said. will be Halloween Masquerade WATCH OUT BELOW-- have an opportunity to view lee your carpet in o large piece on&m&
on emulsion upbAlt. The pro shop t* modem and Cheered by a tine of costumed displays\ of modem electrical
dance. Fred Decker Is chair s'
9:15 a.m. Report of countyengineer. will carry a large Inventory of of folk dancers, Yurl spplunoes and towln handsome : thl flea, '1 W
man .
thecommltteetncnarge.and
golfers' clothing and equipment.Club Ehumilln leaps high over the :
maintenance and storageare details will be announced fir's'! beads prttei.Jf
10:00 a.m. Reponofcountj oflan attar. the cooking school
ister. proves
part of the facility List.tilt snce is part 1 I If
health and welfare.10s30 Its
carts win be available. Soviet union' acclaimed as popular ss sponsors .
the American
a.m. Presentation of Golden Gale Country Club Is Historically Molseyev Dance Company believe It will be. hen plans 1r'
plats. Marco Beach Units 5, located: on IB 158 )lilt 104 mUse Indians dui not have a single The dancers were rehearsIng win bs considered for making 1
511 1. from Naples Four Corner language and a common set at London's Albert 11.11.!! the event an annual on*. s ti
11:00 sjn. Public hearing Jung noted thai players aeqtuloted of customs!
amendment to c ..nyregulations. coning with Cape Coralline
eq>reaa d pleasure with the
1130 ajn. George Swans "ticellent" aalntMianc of thrf r && **-> i
re vacation of plat. Berman golf course, and said Gall Amer.
Gardens. lean Land Corp., recogtdies r
proper upkeep I* vital to plajr.r .
1143 sjn. General bus acceptance of s golf tIOIIr...
mess and correspondence. "The Golden Gate Country Club mmm %
bills.Final Approve and pay will see maintain this tradition," u 52.-J


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C.eiegije.. aid| RtwrvatiMM .. .., eta to tH verM Iit 19 YEARS Of DEPENDABILITY

NAPLES AIRLINES i :IIi
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J 28 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.plw, Hi., Sundiy, Oct.ar II, l/*4 cold It Is a !$175 way to jar

yourself awake, CJo
I -- trll'lQdr.n
I Mal you never find ot how toe For the time woe worry wartIs Qr; II'
: ut.ltt 8how Bode btoeaUI. you an elegant two-faced wrist !, 1!:; i id t rr f ;r
Noisy
Way are in the arms of Morpheus watch with two completely separate 1

On inhibit at the Swiss watch movements and dials, one Ann'With ;

T"* \C poi\ pavilion at the New York World's 1 for the time at home, another for

tvttl/ Fair la the solution K'd an the time In the zone In which he sunny fold hairA

ermetephonalarm clock, smaller I H traveling.The disposition'to match ,
Awake than a lipstick, which winds It- display also Includes for A fun girl her llttlf IIIfI day,
Kith brol\ eM>sAnd
AP Niwifiaturea nit when the call u opened or the cautious a St Christopher flashing
lisp to her speech ,
a
Fall asleep during Important snapped shut. Encased. In black pocket\ watch as film as a coin. .
A charmer with her wins >!n e say's.The
meetings? Or It your problem alligator Heard or II karat The farr of the watch Is on the

reverse side of the medallion of lisp is all gone

the traveler's patron saint I'm sorry to lose it

LEON R. KRUMBHOLZRegistered !Supposedly' the least popular But dignity replace it Hell:

watch In the world Is also on She's a lovely young lady /

plaIt Is the hunting case And cotleif now beckons: x

I Physical TherapistAnnounces watch produced bv only two companies At the Dorm now' she's bound to dwell s

In the world. The double-
How I wish I could stall time
cased gold pocket watch Is tilt P
And keep her a mall girl I
kind presented at retirement
once
Dashing borne with her news of the day';

The ceremonlesbut which Is no And the sound of her chatter \
longer In demand Would fill any house ,. \ .,,. s a, wwa ..

And cbao .d.) .my shadows awaj.i .
Opening of His OfficesFor i STILL LIFE-Largest illegal liquor still to be raided in the state in three ) ('al:1: ,
.. I recently destroyed near Nashville. NC The still had contained nearly 20000 gallons of
letters
TIll Now replace all the chatterAnd
TIt
Ulephont Oils help out. too mash and was capable of producing 1950 gallons of spirits a day. Officers say this represents /
WANT ADS a daily tax loss to the government of 19950.
But three words from her latest Utter ,
"Home for will
Thanksghlng" do
Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

At Maxine Sumner Nichols t Pigeons Save Lives in Austria



850 5th Ave. South byERIC WAHA the mountain rescue hut at 'O-kilomek'l I radius, ?i 1 grad i ,,
Leuiacth in the ttillemteinmountain.all merle headquarters
Ph. MI 2-7654 'Le Mer De Moi' Aitoclattd! PICII Writer in Txrol .All three
INNSBRUCK Austria (API but In an ilnietgeiuiliuc" pig''',''s
A are important tourist' enters ari. ,'n.'all ...ent Some of Ih.'IJ
Treatment by PrescriptionOf nine-ytar-old Dutch girl! recently i
tot WTACflOti I As I gaze at the aea. it seems but a mystery! suffered are too remote for telephoneinstallation men I lollIucumtUhank.ndie
Physician Only I One day placid and forloth, the next wild and torn; an appendicitis f
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attack in the Falken hut the
by waves bounding toward the shore '! in Fault hut ha1 1 P mgrsPies theme
Tyrolean Karwendel mountain
\ihingnl" t even \uik M'
we ,
There was no chance to telephone Ih pigeon' i'" htrd'h"' "
Dunes chained as by glue, the sand shifting that thex \mn'i nuki' thimilMtn "- .
u'er you'! for help since the dOIl..1I1'phone ern .trkahlc. In i I .nnn"nerc ""
Tossing, gnawing, luivh .n home in the ''hI'i ', ,,
uncontrolled blind! "Le Mer De MoP ta three hours nlY. Radiocommunications taken I t' 1u.u I Liyhc.tir
an thee i 111111 bi >."ntintlvearning I Is ,, .
are impossible + .gl..Lne I 'I, I1h'Uf1t.1I1l, "b, .,,,
I" ,i return t 111 .ht to
0 0N among the towering peak and 101) Li,I Iu I'h'r' .1.,11 .111.1 l the
By Raymond Allan Scharg narrow valley of the area Innubnuk >| ,, kl\ "'1111.1 the na, trait.Ihrer ;
IN THE NAPLES The hUh are all ithm. aCENDARMIRII ,
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_ ...r The owner of the hut quickly "" ntt.I .
SHOPPING CENTER seal off a carrier that
pigeon
; : !' "I Iy' 1I1Q 1l i :' f ; !, rI, 4:1h"Jf'on!..sqUitM: wipdtdtdgktI : tti.JVI: i Ji.i s liI' 11' II i hcb?: l.tort :t'.l' {/.IIIil\ 1 .1 : ,

: t, 1 1SH coop at ,the Innsbruck genjairnrriV -
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ft' 1': ';headquarter. -
Gendarme there' quickly removed ftfJII" "
For Prompt
the
1 1M : message strapped to
the pifeon'i leg and diinatihed "" "
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p t e :;t) I. :' a helicopter to the Falken hut

FREE DELIVERY w. and the girl Miriam van Trivring
.fir ,
I ? P / + ., I ili rf r 'ii: H b ( 6f per) Oflder. ] Holland. .is. ;'.,<"ik\
II ,' "N1" taken :t'': ''
e2 to ... ; 1 to the Innsbruck clinic
THURS. ocr. is d1 ail got_ The headquarteri of the pigeon' 1 'A)
10 a
BIG .
DAYS
/lexa liD thru SAT. ocr 24 iperation if on the fifth floor I ,;
ORIGINAL of the Innsbruck gendarmerie f' A

1M l HOMBMAKE command.Some 200 pigeons are benlulind ,
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{ PRESCRIPTIONSJt9
there. The object is i.
e'" 01 I S A L I ': r.i.t,I:.OUI.alo' a..ar.A STAMP FOR 1IOMEMAKERS five-cent postage stamp get them to feel at home there 1I
,1'1" 0 wh.n e+,. NIna rarrwerlPtMM saluting\ the role of American women in making a house a ao that they find
car) It I
'LII S ,JI. I lat')I "Rowall pb.r",fo"'"cur home. will be Issued by the Post Office Department In October .... it.lomebody'*life may dependon againhen / 4


ENIIV I 18. PANOVITE MULTIVITAMINS During the training program
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t..eII Alsosoa ..1/100'/ 2 for 2.99 the pigeons are let loose somewhere ,

SHAVE ... SACCHARIN Read the Want Ads: in Innsbruck, t<' make sun
ItXALl w 1000 M'if
2 for t.20 they can find then way hack I ..
RUBBING CREAMSc IUNGI REX forAthlslr5Foot, 2 for 99 gendarmerie headquarters

ALCOHOL _- lacy.tevesdee, r.lelsO er A.dl e' 1.50 COMPACT POWDER .dllne. 2 for t 1,91' 1 { "Oper-'. tI Pigeon" l I' h raJi d
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5 ItAOI us SUPPORT NYlONS' .. by j.. t&fEftfh( BaArnfo',
1\hC'
g tsln0lt0Caln IP tM11" taNl. .... .
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ill fir 2
Sesnlm ".
MIrsv.nt Inc RUAlL pair 98 just reliSn73rrroft 1 a stay in :
'IM 5.0. l's Z tor 99c ChDI" ., 4 SHAMPOOS. Z Cyprus where he wa a mcmhe,
f for .
99
Z for 8 Me HAND LOTION i1 orthe Austrian polite luntingent
Cut Norn.. .
MXMl UI nmunKition ,

a /oxen ASPIRIN A.xaIYINrLM.Iao'JMPOlYMUtSION 2 f or Z.70 but I.ollttd. mountain hula the ,

STATIONERY e Hunt lima 4f LIquid Mum/-, .?,'?,,. >'lnt Falken hut the Adolf Puhli',

told N5 dyl.s ... IStWIN Nr. null Me,ADHESIVE. Vi. l I ,|TAPE. 2 for 3.90a 10 Years'. Building Experience in Naples hut in the Slubaier alps and

ft.,. LM try,111 250 TABLETS, ENVELOPES 2 for.28
2 for 7O c 1111. LI..u. Residential Alterations Observation Balloons
for 201 ... 1.31 OrCAlCIUN PHOSPHATE 2flx ..28TAims Balloons were used for I"oJSI'H:" I I ORu( I 11.v

/, IbMO ....11 100'. 2 for 1.40 Commercial Remodeling military observation as earlyas to one Ilf (the ., ':UII'ilill' hui" \\ ', n I'.I. '

Ilan Ak, hs 1794. and later more extensively
IN &l.CI..1I lUll III'ALCOHOL \2 for .60
eMessslyClAIN1YPPOtItOAl11" e by both the Union
2 for .54 and Confederate armies dur- I -. ... .'"
"era/rou'eun' ln Aex.n idoNUrt 1lUg Alp 4 ing the American War Between r .
2 for 120 KLtHZO
,.. Ml-31' .
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ORAL
j t. the
States
." MIIIi Atlula 2 lor .54 Amber color l.uby..d.. according
Coln "
1 caneCOl01Ml 11n.yor.: t..,.111'r to the Encyclopaedia Britan-
N IwIO.Id 2 for 2.01 try,im \ s-1 I a rAS \ ...;.. let t MI 2-2096 .78 6th St., S. nica. l.w. '

t....Ir.n Mlai"OlOOIl.I.r. "rolOl 2 for 2.51 i 2 lot ,_ 2'er IH. 2 I.r -- a .

(.,.Dvnllli Pens 2 for 1.76 C 90c BOc Aq Ne 10Ess ( ,.

-tout: lul 't";u11iIt" 2 for 68 ___._____ .
r.."pa1.,1 Toora, ::r Oar h / N.Ir1ntN 2 f for .50 lill MILK .Of anti lIT" >a Pre-lnventory Clearance I.

::;"yet luOMtrUa.; : ( .2 for 1.70 MAGNESIA HAIR SPRAY .i '
qel r..u1tub. If .by I halo w mini. nasalA.1u1a a kr solo ti
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.M/551.!..NA S fl u.LOTION. suds. 1 torS eJ 2 for lOc l IAN as... 2 for J SI / I \ '

MI ims m IOTHM,Amu i fl. nM 21a .11 .
tis' aim MI*, MUM, j.... Miwtf I for II ,) .;, I ,--l. ': '/
an ilL ivaaiHs MCDNM _
A.xnl"n. 2 for,TO RD''. .... ., t) ) ._ :'_ : :,,1

IN INesllicesshun MYlle;; ROOUt I f:) .. COOL t.' r ,.A'...
l/nlu.n/ N tip 2 for 40 110..... rSPRAY .' !It>' } =
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1 soil BLUr PRICES I'.:, '
Mutnii won GOOD
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: \ t y r' G'nl' Settt Holes/ the Baptist Church In Posit tar ertwtead lnderI WIIo WIlli,

TJGAL Oordt, it arIa and will Include to brush up. Tkt da.. an Mon.
round table dlacuaaloM and. a day, October lady and ThwraOay.OotoiMr .
hncnton at which Hour
Judft 2Mb, at TiM own. at
P\ MRS. DONALD M. SCHLERFInviutlona Friday will speak on the prt.vwitton TIlt Scout KOUM.
of jmrMilli deUoviMcy.CarHMola .
By AIM LiButine. ....a 14 are being mad up and" ENCOURACfSRURAL
I I Hiders who plan to attend hotaU PRACTICE

a will aoon be mailed tootlun of MarUu Martin u notify Mrs. K. F Ttntitertalts I IOIISVIU L. Ky. (AP) A
Old-time! woodamaa'i way make excellent baby-carriers- to rillsf( Senior Scout ails for troop treasurer; P.nHwtuiit Mien. al '.S1t.! nwdital Hchnlarihlp program taptuMiled I

slip out of fashion at aa alarm- more roomy than a papoose- a parts to t* given at the Seoul art tchiw -... h..IU', an ay"... of 14
House iCaJplte Trot1.4 1 Vlckl BelavA, Chrlatln Aurtt iliKiiM, iir r ,m rural ,
big rite, yet one or two remain carrier and l less troublesome arms of
Hadbrks
and Tile hue, a1ll lit' OcI fee 't mid ffffCi>., patrol lead.ra; av) uniform maybe "Krt.t.ulo
Increase in use among the man a baby carriage. Puppies, Nuln',1 at the Girl Seoul
from i I" "i'i i 1.m' and 1'1' uuf! Iit'ft'ud, HMvcri Me 1 Ii K ,
i "ican" a ,
true outdoors man. Of these. kittens and birds can also be jrar i if > .i i ."j) uu' uiiwp ,-,ill JP I ]I'III( Sp1n| }: ,I"T. ..iststam Equipment: iVnti-i al, the Am.r.Icaji i 11111. get mane.
lama
the Adirondack pack basket and transported in them with com .. VgllH Store tn Fort Mv.TRAINING year m
; ,? ,- i.--. -, M, i au.I 1 li'j.ipi .lui 1 J i, ,. i ,11 ,", yeas in mertic.I Is'
guide boat are still honored fort And, of course a large sex ,iii."i i.n-itu--\ "r. Ira '' '' 'I'i> ir.* to pracli
Items In the woods. Slick aluminum pack will accommodate the i< N'l 1 's 11,1,1 I ,. .' ural sedan for
_
craft fiberglass canoes. food clothing ground cloth, ',, loan
army knapsacks and Austrian lantern or flashlight,and sleepIng MUloJ__ N I't i i i I'' ii'i' Kton: M.n..Ktftri Rural Kc-iiimk

rucksacks find keen rivals In bag needed by a hiker- MILK Rt'NFilccn" fl.1I th..l I ]ld j I \ 'n" I II" farm alas dIscussed pos.stMp, ia 'Lao' "'T ,I., \. 'lain,, there will t* DATES: Mr. Rob MI-.IU, ,., -. ",1.,1'| I 111/,1 un.
our original American products camper keep It clean dry and girl provide1iliffn, ,'111 11\1'1'1\ 1, .1'' 1 I' Its pi"-siMf] ovci.iught, .i.".i.ClVl .1'1 ,I ,k .. &II import jut I'lMin. il." t (
(MU fruit Masiona'cri
,, a'sek..o), ; '" .rt1t.I : 'I, aUk i .
)' t'I1\ I Imax I.
I.
and also ,!ti .!In "
aired serve as a drives (> <' u I n iJl'rL hi I 1 ..1I\ ,' i u .- IciiSci
,', ar.d rltt'dM
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The Adirondack pack basketwas back-rest and cupboard In Wes parade "J 1

designed by the Abenaki camp.
Indians a tribe of hunting- The genuine Adirondack pack
fishing folk In the Northeast. basket is becoming as rare as
Using black ash, they fashioned the guide boat the musket and
splints which were woven the buffalo robe. They are cola
Into a tight tall basket about lector's hems and deserve fine
20 Inches high and slightly care. Commercial enterprises
less In diameter. Of course. turn packs out In quantity today -
pack baskets come In all Sizes but the baskets are less
but the average one weighs tight poorly finished and more
about four pounds. The top expensive than those made by
Is smaller round than the mid- the careful Abenakls.
dle which gives a useful bulgeto An outdoor-lover can consider -
the basket. himself fortunate to swingan :
This pack Is Ideal for carry- authentic pack-basket on his I
ing large loads of hard objectsor shoulders carry a fly-rod In
breakable things. The wick one hand and a paddle In the t i l I'I'4t
er prevents uncomfortable pokIng other and stride off down an
lr. one's back and gives Adirondack trail In such style !
rigidity. Another useful feature one can recapture the flavor of
of the Adirondack pack Is old times and enjoy a bit of

Its handle attached to the rim peace In this complicated commercialized '
front or back edge which can world.
be used to carry with or to
hang from. In a way the bas
ket U a portable cupboard.It f ,
offers good ventilation and
protection to food when hung I
In a tree. Many a wily 'coonor
Jay has been foiled by this r
pack. > ,;
Another animal thwarting i.
device Is the canvas shoulder
straps with which the basket
Is carried Unlike leather >1 Q e t R

canvas win not roll or curl
with perspiration and does not
tempt porcupines. Straps can *7r t

be washed changed and replaced -
with ease. Many woods
men pad them with sheepskin
4
or wool.
The two objectionable points i : ,Ai it p vv
'
',
pack are its hard form '
whlcn catches and scratcheson f I
branches and brush. For 4 M'
the deer-hunter this can be
frustrating. Then the basketIs rah
N I a
not waterproof. Most M"- 0 fI w 1 I

doorsfolk line the Inside + 14 p r
plastic or canvas and fit. s
little hood over the mouth.TliU
way the pack can get as wet
:
as It wants, yet cOltceep\ ,

dry. Moisture never hurts the ROAD SQUIGGLE Motorists .
ash splints yet many people on Route 146 In Sen*
prefer to varnish the wicker. nectady N.Y, are somewhat n
Talk to any old-timer in the confused when' confrontedwith II' 1
North Woods and chances are this nervous traffic line. cv
he first arrived In the Adlron- Cause of the eccentricity Is
clacks via a pack basket. They not known.
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____ SKIp Miller

THREE POINTS OF VIEW

The story |{i*!< dud HnllvHoixI. direclor C. U. DeMille lined
three runierd ,crew nlien >lnmliiit(! newt|> tar uljr. After role coin-
..lit'IIII'IIIC't'III'. imoltinu an .'II..i| ii,". lopi'llng' / (bridge fire
holix-auKl and thuimmil of e,lnIM. "''r. DeMilhi '1II ou.l) conacted .
( Crew 1 ail "d* inforniml lies had enrounteretl.hutlrr w
Irouhle." Suniewliat |IeItlltlwel he railed Crew 2 and was In '
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fornif.l that the e-amerar' leinole i-onlrol a..I.ltah.I'. | had failed
lo foes lion. Lev eratelh. lie phoned Crew .1.

The. rheen reel|, > user. the wire \\.w: "We're read l" 'n l iron; 1

an, I lime Lou< are. t .11.: 1/ L'fA

an uliu irf ili-' g,,1'l (.". '
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Ill- a finaleI". ui llf
'link avl qdiag case. at .inlnlimn
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are same point I"l h'
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"see ndrc:
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.limrnHMI at( the ,...... :>'hatHin.town .
.. from his, tetwiid Moo "m>lonl .
L tin a Mile girl Iri-
?hog I :-a..j' the
im clrl appear tb.ahtwthl.. .!..
N,
behind
themiracle
I .e Sh.nei.g Ajt! mafnifir.
ih dliurmmi .. the 1 ia.|tei M.-
i rig up. Inm (rM Feel. rublel'v -
I Ijlll gel !. itomuntr the' *mir.a .
rp...., the antlieare. and swain
t 0w Uwad trtte tt 'IwpwUiwr.Medium
Skfttmt Aegis: .w.. has the courage and determination to build able for subdividing' Cioldtn (atc Estates,

:1 .tyotL.: +UM y. e r.:'d*crt Ike t lull lr.p(:iii l lr. cities where there is nothing but wilderneM thirtetrt road miles from Naples and are I

a: w '<*.** tot to fffu. M .be weld
,.rears, .pptar IM It.* .)** calm r to mold a $195,000.000 intcrnaiional now introducing theft icOWid planned corn-

e-'hal." l> U.... tJ ukl',JI!pwM rro"g) .*Slang awake 4.g tall!,:girt eMmnk. corporation from a handful of men and munity, Golden Gate, eleven road miles

,,Mr....-anal d"j rn....."-".puM. anR. ..u ara' rat'a.p1Hd tr'W' 1 Mtw.. ...._i..e ad eppare s ..peed.1i' It. women m only seven years. to change (he face of Florida. He northeast; of Naples These men working in principal Citiesor

,' .b....d.1 barren u.. II ".ur, "'r.k.rompr'. a t_ ter m.w.Mwwl.. IMrc irlrri is Leonard Rosen, president of Gulf American Land Corporation the United Slate and several foreign nations;. in the eleven-
1k .115ru
.r.poror
".-. ......... of "yens t M.l" a.Sea spent hid the.-rawrea.. ..pint the .w-.tlr.ii .. lie and the 3.500 other "Men Behind the Miracle" al Gulf story Gulf American building 'pictured abovet, and at the

,.. ..... .tw. piae.graphng .1.... _.. 11w.
the It Mee sppr several Gulf American the modern counterparts *
lank. enl, ceding a Uvyrlr.. "* 'VUJ, W .... Merle American have created a modern thriving community. Cape properties, are
I. askh. a.e ntae hem the adult., U-s Aegis: iwabe ..e Coral on the Florida Gulf Coast, seven road miles from Ft of the American pion er. littratfy bulliliig WH orUt
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sill'. ..,.,....w ,urine pd .", artM, t-U .......,:A W* aegrrIn. Myers. They have trajuformed raw, virgin;acreage into land Mil- for a belt,, tomorrow
die rasher a ..Map lI""a' s. M tie Latin .lri .. kar Iritiafchir ,
.... leased .se .. .....". .......... rMrhn . t* .alck her link "l rlM>l .-1.1....t. MM KtetdaV !,. hf .. lives a .
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:"'": I 1I'\<'- l STREET CHUG BABY DANCING.A LOVE Mottha4Vand.Ho..LUG,, Supreme Miller IN THE Sports Enhance Popularity? Young Beauties 'They Make Me Happy' .


A SUMMER Gilbert Youth Service
& Jmimmy SONG Chad Travel ChancesGilbert (Edttofa Note: Well, the haw have ............., the ..........
HAVE I THE RIGHT?, BY Eugene Gilbert '\' \II NI// Choosing a wHwInc letter from those e>elajBta tt.e Battle
IOlJ President Gilbert Youth
Honeycomb Reward. Inc. .. / Youth Service popularity was tone*. We print our choice We week. but becauee -
LET IT BE ME, .
Jerry Swung & When the television cameras ao many writers .male pad aAHttoaal pelats, we will run
The old song about the advantages taw on the excited winner at i next week a composite article wttk qua ee from' ether .

Wet telling IfCOlds ollhe rink bed on Won Fame- of being a football hero national teenage contest, the The prlte-wlnner will receive a*10 award.' Tkoee who IIIItd in
The Cnh Bti.M'eo/lnes n'l'onwldt' sutvcy apparently has some basis In .
Robert Frost had written \ / sudden glare of publicity U next week's article will receive 18 sack)
DO WAH DIDDY DIDDY, fart ;
Mann poetry since youth, but nil '. merely the prelude to months tf
first book At leant, that's what teen- ", Bv MARY LOUBK.PHILLIPS
(C"A Will"was
BOY'I
WELL SING IN THE SUN. ) touring, promoting parading
not published until he agars think-about participants Hamden, Conn.
SHINE. Gorn.tf \ TIlt contestants are fully
LAST KISS, Wilson s was a man of 38, living i in In all school sports not just The rice of the Beatles In suet an Amerteaiwtomlneted popcenela
England When he aware of this. of course, just aa
Covolifi returnedto gridiron athletes. It may .*. that for
In itself a phenomenon. You would imagine say group to
the U.S. in hit 40th they art aware of the colltft
,
Orblion OH. PRETTY WOMAN, he found himself famous year plain why ao many of them take acholanhtp for which they accomplish thla mating feat, ((especially a Stank croup), they
part In an active coon' In school compete would have to be a combination of brains, food looks and talents .

wen though there Is a general I e But It't doubtful that M I I I \ the Beatles are by their! own admission untalenied (an opinion,

feeling that It Interferes with Teen-Age America, Miss Junior Incidentally with which I can scarcely agree). They, treat reallyIntellectually
school work and other non-aport gifted. Good looking? That depends on Individual
of
Miss, Miss America, or any
II New Sewers .. activities the lesser known misses, opinion.
::
Sixty-eight per cent of the 1MB realizes the demands of the Their .seemingly meteoric rise Is of course due In some part to

Are boys and girls we Interviewed months of scheduled traveling capable management but that is certainly not the foremost reason
were active In at least one school i -
1, for their auceeaa.
On Their Way i until she begins to fulfill them.
sport many of them In more than Then she may begin to recognizethat In my opinion, one of their main talents Is sonjwrltlnj and without .

Ak your plumber to arrange -.J1& one. And did they think that tak the publicity spotlight this, I believe they would never have been successful. This Is because .
bank financing for ing part In a sport made them Is rarely turned off. they have a special sound not theirs exclusively but theirs

your new sewer at more popular? Seventy-eight percent Linda Felber of Colfai, Wash., In that they are not the same without It.Their .
Pint National Dank said they did. The surprising Miss Junior Miss for US", cats American popularity came at a time when America needed

statistics were these: 19 percent putted through Jam-packed day cheering up near the time of President Kennedy's assasdnatlon.

Diet CHICK sup ....th.r f thought sports Interferedwith Y this summer that barely left This may have teen one reason for their quick catch on, but their
I school work; 37 per cent her a minute to herself. popularity has continued long after this depression of spirits.

thought It Interfered with other Her days officially with Thev have aroused universal Interest both pro and eon opinions.One .

activities. a press breakfast In the living of the main causes of their popularity, adult sanction may well
For your every banking need GO FIRST to The young Ithl.tes-'S percent I. room of her hotel suite If she prove to be their downfall with teen-tgerswhoobject to sharing their
Bank of them -were certain they U was feeling conventional, her Idols with a certain number of the "roc kine chair" set
First National gained health benefits from whatever I think the Beatles
To
breakfast menu was eggs, toast are great me, they don't symbolize Ivouth.rebelllon
sport they took part In. and orange Juice. feeling other. or anything like that. They don't make me scream,
of
Naples Among the boys, football was the wile, the breakfast preferred or cry, or become hysterical They Just make me happy and that,

Federal Deposit I insurance Corp most popular participant sport was watermelon with orange hen you come right down to It. Is probably the secret of their
Federal Reserve System followed closely by basketball sherbet success
swimming and baseball Among
The opening Interview was

merely the beginning of a daylong .
more of the same. There Carefree Carelessness

was scheduled Interviews with ,

newspaper. reporters, than appearances .

i OPEN HOUSE J stations at radio and TV Actually Selfishness


After lunch Linda usually

the (Iris, swimming was far and swimming. "I benefit," she found a minute to relax In her :Gilbert Youth ServiceSo careless ways on better-
and away the most popular. said "from the fresh air and motel pool. Then It was time to you're the disorganizedtype organized folk who have trained

SUNDAY- 1-5 One youngster taking part In the nice, tired relaxed feeling start arrangements for modeling and not a bit ashamed of It? themselves thusly
tour sports-football, lacrosse I get." In a department store fashioneD You forget to take the gym suit Better get with It, and start

1389 Dolphin Road Royal Harbor wrestling and t.nnl.-sald he As might be expected many a when It's basketball practice fending 'for yourself. Mom's not
valued the things he learned of the girls thought sports t day You get to school and find going to be around at college, nor

(Juat off Naples Bay) from school compett.Ion. JamesR. participation helped them toke you've left your English essayat will she be available to ball you

3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Room Williams, Jr., IT. of their figures slim A few of the home out when you get a lob
Family Carpeted Living
Being organized Is no mystery.
listed No sweat
Baltimore these as "self- boys also liked the idea of keepIng -you say to your.
Rooms Screened Porch, Huge Boat Dock, Central Air discipline, team work and their weight down. Among self. I'll lust rail up Mom and It's a matter of setting up a
sportsmanship." Trackman Pat both aexes.. the Idea of ennrlnrIn she'll take care of everythIng. system of self-checks so you
Conditioning Double -- ---
Garage. .
Muller IT, or san Francisco sports purely for the fun of i It Maybe she wIll-to your dls- don't get bawled up. Write yourself

This delightful waterfront home built by WILLIAM said Ms chief benefits were got a lot of votes. Phillip Smith advantage. Because what you notes. Stick memo on the
"popularity and getting my picture 20, of San Francisco was think of as a carefree streak of mirror. Put tomorrow's necessities
B. STONE, INC., is the most house for $27,500 we In the yearbook," emphatic about It. Asked how he carelessness, something amusing > right In front of the door so

have ecnCOLEMAN Beatrice Wangern, a 19-year. benefited from playing ,tennis, / ta btU. about, Is actually a '" fall over them the next

old girl from Everett, Ind., per. ,Jits complete reply was: "Fun ton i.of selfishness. n$>rnYncc' ; Anticipate
Reaitor forms In track and field events fun, funll"! Why should someone have to "' o trick at aP when you've
BO YD and keep picking after 'learned how.
plays basketball She enjoysIt Elghteen-year.old Mike Sterns, up you reminding -

Associates : Richard Enckson, Jack Hot h fuss, Uselma because she "meets and makes 1 of Cleveland Ohio, saw sports you exhorting you to
new friends on my own teams as Interfering with school work. do what you should do for yourself New Furniture
Smith William Stone and Richard Teach and In traveling to other schools 1 He put In this wayt "A youn A and

and cities, makes new friends 1 man needs all the academic pre- Why should you raid your
1 60 Tenth Street No. (Stone lido) MI 2-5835 there." Carolyn Norton 11, of para tlon he can get Sports may .. brother's neatly-arranged closetto CUSTOM!

:-f Palo Verdes, Calif., likes tennis 1 prevent tits;. Grey H. Brown, "borrow" a shirt because you !

16, of Louisville, Ky., disagreed forgot to put yours In the laundry I '/' REUPHOLSTERING

tnis ways "When you're in }' 'ioJDaat'$t :r ? '" jt
sports, you try harder In school Linda Felber Why should you Impose your ,
to keep you marks up so you can "
stay on the team and on the good show that evening A hair stylist an early dinner, and then be off '
aide of your parents" would set her hair she'd have to the ..how.At I
the end of the show, Linda
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would be Introduced to the 1\
audience, and for the moment

lET'S GROW Together It1 would change Into her coronation ,
gown. Those In the audience
"Experience Makes
would query her on her reasons
e e for entering the contest, and The Difference"New

I Club Restaurant by later might ask for autographs Furniture
Country On to another city that evening, Custom
I WENDELL F. PETERSON, New Owner where a slmtlarscheduleawalted r'phol.teryDraperies

awaited her.Whether .
See our showroom and
= .. OPEN NAPLES GARDEN SPOT she goes Into acting our selectionof
or her more recent plan to study NEW FURNITURE!

anthropology at Washington State Auk About Trade-Ins

University In Pullman, Wash.,
OUR SPECIAL where she's freshman, Linda MARTIN'SFurniture

i4 had a chance this summer to see
& Upholstery
e ROSA FORTUNIANAl l like.. the big world Is really

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Th.r ', Nothing Like It In Naples
ebwMM.p seempIMetr rwMWle.ary In r..e a.o es e. .
lot awes el.elde le eew :-I'O w.rlei. We wens Blew
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k* e Nml<*4 mimkw. of HMM rM bwewm we toe ">.r.... MiTk "WHERE THI GOOD LIFE IS EVEN lTTit-
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rORTl' IASA Only-Prices Start at $7,200
Manager Ed Ronan instructs waiters James Wil- Pure Rone

t.kbtl(tarns and Paul ooulon on proper way to set a Pink Rsdittte IlappiMuChriitiai Die

Better Time Oraage Flame
CrimM Glory Meant SkillsLa4y INSPECT THE MODfL ONE MO-

The Moorings Country Club restaurant Is now open and serving breakfast Present Herbert llFLORBtMU8 EliiiG ROOM AND TWO IEDROOM
.Uea) Ctrl APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH
luncheons, snacks and refreshments from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Red Gar ette AV.
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ENUE. SOUTH AND FIFTH STREET
Arrangement for dinner parties and other special occasions may be Frill Piak PeaceFlanders
OPEN DAILY 10 A M TO NOON
made by calling Ed Ronan MI 2.5296.The SlmoneINPATENTED -
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golf course ,s '"n excellent condttfert. greens fees and electric or This is the spot to watch for news end Information -

pull I cart rentals mast reoso ab!e Pro Bill McDevttt invites you to look over on gardening in Naples, and this is

I lass stock of fine gall t t'q'"pn\ent.)' clothing and accessories. the spot to byy thosd gardening materials /ld /I

Have you played Th,' Moorings Country Gob lately Try If today tu

yt. II I enjoy this spat! l layout so much yWN want to return again and aga"11< Realtext

Naples Garden Spot SALES REPRESENTATIVES

For Information Call: 305 5th Ave., South MI 22134OR

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iw i ears: t\ pSheridan Oem. JObal Early1 surprise During the night tielorethe attack, neat. Within minute It, t M, 41 MinuivMui tuftui,,unit to i.'amp i.Ul .Ld ..uoNIY NtWS, Naples, Fl*., Sunday, October II, Itt4 5*,
attack had been planned a* a lent his men silently worked themselves had joined the horde now stream. that morning, he heard the noise
resort to hold the valley for the Into position along the lag In panic toward Winchester.' and spurred his horse forward.
taa. .. to the put month Early river, and Just before daylight Tile VI Corps and Sheridan* Soon, he ran Into wagons,soldiers As Sheridan galloped] on, his bark Into their camp driving:
Routs Early had bean whipped twice by atari the battle was on famous cavalry, all that rem.n it'A and artlllen all retreating In devastated n rru somehow regrouped back the Confederates, many of
dan's larger army, and he had The vm Corpe was devastated. of his army, held fast. and confusion Horn the disaster. itself!; men turned round whom still wen busy looting
toad by heipleMly Sheridan's The troops hadn't even time to flnalh Early' steamroller Sheridan not off the road to and headed in..k for the fight. On the Federals came, recap.
men burned and destroyed the dress or grab their guns; most slowed to a atop. The Souther. make better time. Galloping At the front, Sheridan found his luring all the etjulpmetit they had
Ends Valley Campaign valley's crops.harveMllvatock fled, barefooted and more than arc, hungry as always, set; forward, leaping his horse over cavalry and I \i corps still fight. lost In the morning plus .nearlyall
about looting the Federal en.'amp. n.1 l fences. he waved his hat that had with
and sallls. Now his array was 1,000 were captured, still hair Ing mil hr "M I loped' tip and down Early brought
aUnrinf and be had to either asleep. Earl) '* Confederates meat. gorging themselves >nrood. and yelled to his nn as he the line. u.lUnn his hat and him. Early's army limped up ,
By Lon K. Savage attack or get out. captured Federal Artillery, spun passed, '''''m buck I Turn calling 01 I iii is men to flgm. the valley, never again to pose
K wu itUl dark 1864 and which made a legend He Mind Sheridan's army encamped It around and fired It at the aHERIDAM ARMVB back!" And miraculously, the For an I Iu nu', Sheridan formed a aertou threat to the Shan.aadoah .
and moat
I of the troop In the Vm of the Federal Commander along Cedar Creek SO fleeing Tanks.Aserldan'e Phil Just beck from man looked at him, cheered and his armt t lieu) ordered his line Valley.
of Phil Sl Sridan's Federal Corp army Sheridan. mile south ot Winchester.. XIX Corps was hit WEM nItJ: :: spent the night responded. forward J The Federals swept Next Wsekt Stop Hood

were asleep In their tents, rtrt .
fid, fog rose from Cedar Creek
and the North Fork of the Shenandoah .
River in the Shenandoah I
Valley of Virginia. \ I
Suddenly, rifle and artlller .
fire erupted In the night and j
out of the I
gorge along the river
thousands of yelling Confederate ...
rON and swooped into the Federal "

encampment. Never had an army;
been so surprised as on thai JI
early morning of October 19
100 years ago this week, :
bo; began the Battle of Cedar

Creek which turned within 12; .I. .,
hours from a Confederate vie ,,-......
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Q. Some years ago, I taw a
picture of a dog with ipeclocloi
My dog hoi trouble teeing Homes Rut
Would gla.... help him? Mri 1Devtwiler by en berg

Camdenton, N. J.

A M could b. don., but probably
wO wen contact Uruoi, con b< led .toe AT 1220 MANDAK1N ROAD IN NAPLES
dog but the"' dog would not) realize"idol'

they' were doiionod' .to help him H. ..- ---. -
would look on .them at on irritant'and THE RIVIERA a
would paw and scratch until K.hod removed 1'

.thorn. H_...,, Ihii It not"the' ,,,,,, !aA For the family or those who I +' I

only tolullon There ore many causes want lots of trace. Four bedroorni I
of lolling tight and blindnoit Many of '(, three decorator baths t i
th..., such at catoroctt, conbolroatod sal a I
-- -- family central t'
There are surgical lochmquotandlhoro ? e room, core ,,
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kitchen all of
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serve arras w
are modicotloni which III.
may help "" '
possible. to ...n rrontplant corneas ? the home, double garage, 1Wr1'' t
"from a donor dog In some com. Ol r sliding glass window wall re
tour, all eye dollel....,.. cannot bocurod ) (leading to large patio separate I;
Just at 'In humans, there ere ? owners' tuite for privacy Ys
causes ol blindness which cannot booltorod r::=. with private bath dressing t soli I
In the' of and walk-In rili R
case poor tight, romombor > area huge rlosee ,4' ,
!mat many animals' though ; ? eti. All this for only$17,990 +
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III* with only 'hailed vision. and got. .:r e. ry t plul home lite. -
along well. Chodi with your veterinarian i
Ho may bo obit.to help or con w -
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1t IwRmnw I\ ---l one of the nation's outitand r IMe j

ing homes. Three large bed '

.\ enw Isom of MOIl...... ti rooms, two full baths, separate ,,
V.... t.neal MrAlul SnerH set shrrlesaa ownersult.. 1.
Mndca/ ,saoauaa c sprdousear.
.... food preparation center with ..
PHYSICIANPLACEMENTI -
ample room for breakfast t
:' nook, oversized garage with
A JIGSAW PUZZLE C .. utility room (fully plutered
"lolin Doe, M D announce .me o
and finlshedX) sixteen feet of
the opening ol hm ofdn for :1 I r
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the practice uf medicine at lOll l sliding glass( wall leading to
Palm Lane. beautiful screened pre rlfi. The
Behind that familiar anti I home you have dreamed ..,..e...
-uiiplc announcement may lie about for : !
Just 11,990 Urn)
of
month and often yearn :; :
itarchtng for and wlerling a costs additional ,,.
unable practice location: Vnfl 4
chance arc that in ,his search 1
the doctor: used or was helped
'10) the Florida Medical Association

's physician placement .- ____ _____arr ---- -- '
service.. THE SOMERSET
In 196J. 650 physicians wen
asMMcd I by the service In finding w'
initial practice locations in rr- --, Imagine your own private
Florida or in moving within .. 1100.. courtyard serving a charm
the sute R'Jn/1 the same p* 11 : a Ing and distinctive entry to
rind, a openings sir J I 41 M r i your Florida dream homeImagine 'n' h '
with
"opportunities were listed i ias ,
lh. service. s rem yourtelf seated in I
Gary year, many cimimum car s used r.eV th. oining area of this home s I ga
tae from Pcnsacola to Kc> = wew/.4. overlooking the courtyard, or ....
West with no physician or *ninadequate
number are helpedby b ; Po-'n ran : relaxing hi your living room
the placement service in oh. e that looks out on a distinctive t.
tahsijig necessary additional rt'0 screened porch, rib can .be T'M: I t tt rin...____
medical car*. Information on youn In the SOMERSET a .
these and all other types of f e
home make the
designed to
medical opportunities in th ,
state M seal out regularly fc. """. -- ;\ rrtarr most of Florida living A .
all doctor applying to for kitchen that has an entirewall ?
oeM for placement as-i tanciA of sidles glass panel
might he ---
expected genera
will male meal
) practice leads the list HI preparation
number of opportunities snd 01 .,,_, real pleasure. Two large bedrooms .
phvttdan rcektaK" locations and two baths the .-
K7 and 154 in I ). Internal medicine f
the .heeling "pthtateyorirt _ your homesite/
Although Incise slur lit ;
cUhlK* slow disparity between r
the aom4er e< openings and SEE THESE BEAlfllf -0 ,

that"avadable. hi meet doctor canes,. the that.app"spr> e.,..N.... MODEL HOMES TOOAY ,,11) .rTI -
ad .
ejemaad .tOrl, balance -
I. Me* aid actmtie sal the nab ? North from Napta on U.S A'CI
P skcwseen wrvke aft dtrectel"T Route 41t 1220 Mandarin '
the soeaalioe'a COIIUIId.1ft w' Road Cot ulna Sands --- .
on PtweMea I'Ucement\
= '
cnmaexd ef five d toespear' i1 3 Subdivlnon. Watch for ,', .
tsefeg varisM ares of the" p' II.t. Rutenberg Homei signs :Jt. .l
''-Ie. TIle gdaaeearnt ocnlC' from highway ar '.. c: "' 4
lob< he bees described a* > .. 1" f
tMtaet finiog anal refitti"ito : :
< a*> ever-duiagaig gnaetK ,
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The pelican does not use N
Its poutt t. store food n
semi si a scoop to take up
the fish and. when the bud
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ANTIQUE AIDS SLEDDtRS h,,{rork'f:, ", ::1 ; She Bektsithl'Mtttoit I ':: Slips at Aae 93 I

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AKRON ,, Ohio| ( AP) Sledding Whenever. heater Snows Ml, ) mtltor In Ms de crtprlon of medicine she emigrated. to i I when a spinal complaint de-

on metropp Itan park Mil I.l sledding beooma. pit.,.!"'-. To Issue's conteflta (4M,rv.si New York in list. She rcelv4her I I mobilised her She pencil her
being: made easier these (toys bya
park down the snow, park crews thunUelves' can be M.D. from Geneva N.Y., stories on lined paper and then
19th Centim farm Implementand tried various trtetor-dravn tlrtabl_y}* kar.l* ... College In 1MB and later studied dlctjte them to her daughter
j" MP t 1'JrrnWl'd from road
drags. but results left something had a pioneer among women at st. Bartholomew'* hospital In Miss I reel Holme who droppedher
to be desired. .. to take ("ft) a now career London. married name of I elgh aftera

Then Dr. Arthur T Wlleo.' 70 veers 10 :'nwilithw. but Emily Blai'kwell's signature a aria.

parks director, rem red that nuns proud to ibnsli| the Hr!,t as dean of the college l I. nn [lr.R3'q Mother md duirht!( lived In

on his famllyfsrmtnCruiirtauqua! days by Dr. Catherine Ravsrol diploma "f |891 .i i rS..nitnr, hoiisi, |ca> rhesei! whirl,

Btmt&wstonUlL. l County, N.Y., was woodenroller now In her 93rv| vear" Dr Rat von married the ReFrerterl the' hid 1 t' leidue to a rental I r
that had bt eij ystd for "" ,. Ravvon, ax a girl "f k J. Stern \l t" \\r "f the dlynlte| with the hnrihdx r>rI ,
WINTUt A IMINO sense tOO PJr9 f to tyrf( l$ ,bids ...) the 'idollfge nf th> Anglican Cathedral In \|I''ntr>'.' I, I HI' ,fn sit In her "'hp.khJlr nn

a.i.A C..lzaiM0111 plowed swp I. SJmJlM1' (o .(Jup-* : ",. rhnr for Jonmn In 1902: H. died that \'..r. the porch until her daughter found

.seed a $ TRAru melt Used ye4r* '(W jp i .'rftakf unpaved In .... Pat medial She married Leonard! Holme lodging elsewhere.

roads passable, it., now tnr when Amlrla. nf England In 1007. He then was
CO1AlttAlllawwaw cA7Aia+i't AY! being used ID (ht AT9ij park ml *je'a fnumters Clteilllfr of the M"ntreilGazette Strange Snakebird

Says Wilcox : Elluheth la<<<'I"n! and l soon he came tntnglan i The snakebird of the Florida TAKING( DES A new, small and vociferous

441ISM ..wcio.t.l.a.e. I. "It's better |han anything else AS a Emily, where he was for many years on Everglades, wbkh also is addition, te the King penguin colony at the adinbvrgh.Scotland ,
known as the fish-catching be ,In the middle of a sedate debate,
/ TresellrwreSeestsasr ",'.. tried." : .. Glacllell. horn (n the staff of the New York Times see appears to
anhinga. swims with its body O'
England In 1821, was He died In 1928.:
and its neck
submerged long
.:. \ .... ... ; .... -\r. '. first:toman doctor Dr. Rayson turned to writing up like a telescope.
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tll,', lag instinct Studio, Fort Lauderdale, :,flyrlda" ,hat now Joined our I Vw

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\\1'! In addition to many yon of' wccee experience h tIng
: field. Mr Edmund.has .n European! Halters" gree In
In the desirable centrally located Ridge
very
: Hlrtory of Arta and It a gradual of the New York
Interior Detlgn. I Lakes area a custom built beautifully de.
: ; ;,' signed home with quite special and expensive

: \\t art now tnabled'to offer any "d'it interior In,p details treating a lovely quality home.

: oronatfon traditional contemporary, modem a .
: detail for a alng-la room or an entire houM t o &' The kitchen and laundry are completely

: charming home o( unity, utility, alm/xlclty l End color equipped with the finest appliances The

1 t >. '<- t. grounds are. lavishly land mped and the
... furniture; carpet I Inr,
: Anr kind of home furnlnhlnta f 1 the
drapes and rugs are included\ in the .
very special
: made draperies, upholntery, will coverings, art, lamp. land
8'halo price of only 126,500.
orlea' ire available from our storf fni. paeoratlnf
/,, at your n _;wit ef' '' 9 *mi I IrL. 't.tb 91 mo 1y

:rL. Inft aliowroonu)'M )MJ, (::'Hd :l'In; n?? T.t "I \,of J Beautiful high lot in Port Royal Ion CuldeSacat

end of Spy Glass Lane with
; ( For expert advice and proper eitlmaUa. ,plea.. call hiwho r. a loelyievv
1" will be delighted to volt you, at your convener race. In of the wide waterway and so placed to take .
home. I : ,' advantage of our wonderful sunsets. Beach
:.,1,1)1( / \ Ii 1 BUFFET; lull hat reversible grids -- one Mile hi .\ t. i T.'lllh' do- club
'> membership subject to board approval!
1),( Of course '.' there hroaxtre rnarge or pbllgatlon! I If. For \ for bakifig waffles or French toast; the other nJt hats ., I' ,II" ,irti.ia lur 115,100 .
fe..kmd.ervlcoa! grilling sandwiches and many other t 1",1.I Ien

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q .l. Press Food Editor iron the darting, In its time. rings. choker linen with niunhrnoma .
'. .... :\ of college girls and t 11m"tu. .. don't, these Suio'a Kc'itauuint. a gold l l IHIIM' fur unl>' $IIIINNI) ) fin inexperienced
,' VAFF1TE1 Irons hav. Nowadays a waffle Iron maybe plate-mates Hound food'
-' \ j"'J edl! fart of an electric grill designed wxlaumteur who wants an htinwtuhlli,
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,.a "M t days two gridirons for buffet service An CIIOVQI..1
1.1 t;?:) "neliea' .t'! .I'1 1a hinged and ;1.iven a long appliance of Ma sort Cart produce I J2 cyp. AFE VaUl\r,u ."mjffimHjJ 11 MnllB_!4WSt, M.lmt., with .
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: '"' ... .... ..K..l. ; '+- for use in rhfcldng+ wlffles ".' *if % wSjsiijiir'wr'srtF'J t ,
:,.( ,:.;. : : kitchen fireplace The waffles, tout sandwiches and I I I' 2 Iriuptpl: . :_. ; grill other foods. One model has I '2 teanpoon sail
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n.n".Uoat their
/.. I',': ( oJ'l I and acquired, a stand, reversible grids: a plain surfacefor 12 Clip sugar operator This IH nn excellent "I'JNU.tllllll| r $IHOOea"h
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,' i grilling foods; an attractively 2 aqiiare(2( tr.
; the better to use on a coal, wood
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f.:, ...... ...... ,\ or gas 'III" waffles and French toast We 1 12 cup butter it nargunne,
Then came the electric waffle
tested the following recipe on 2 eggs separated
these patterned grida. and the 3/4 cup milk IN PINE RIDGE
r' ,'\\ chocolate waffles turned out aa I I'4 teaapoon each \anilla, and
1 : A choice acre size lot for only $1080:\ .00.
f k t I pretty aa a picture. You might almond eatnctSlfttogeihernto
like to try tints recipe on your mining bowl
own waffle iron. Became these the flour baking powder nail ...dlu..r. 2 adjacent lots to form a :3'j' acre
.'. dessert waffles are not overly Melt chocolate ..1tor of man's estate. Reasonably priced. Jenlil'1/1 f
sweet, they take to a topping of double boiler over hot water; add I
ice cream and chocolate sauce, butter, sear to melt and blend;
; |tf you have or acquire a buffet cool. Heat egg volki with milk to Choice Seasonal Rentals Near beach.
1 grill, don't forget that it is blend; add to dry ,mgredienta' $1,000 to $3,000 for the season.
plrticularly useful for weekend beating until amooth fiend in
: I brun h... There's nothing like chocolate mixture. vanilla and
: 'sitting st the table while you almond enlrnit Brut rg whites
cook! A friend of ours has a pellet until they stand in soft peaks. .,4"...". C. Wi"", fY of grill combinations fold gently but thormghly into
(I brunchtlme that are worth paaamg batter. Hake in prf.hmiid raffle IIS Eiiktk IUl'HtII
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-- rr on: sauaages with banana and iron following niani
:."" I. loaned English muffins; potato dilfilion.s Stive- hit, with ice Ml tUTI and !Ml 1 1417
pancakes with bacon and apple cream and \ hu"IC'I snuce

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latest C6Ulrt COUNff{ KrWt, riW t.w.. Sunday.. October II. ItM 7.
Subway in the World r '

:.ay FRANCISco MtNNflLA I

*.*.* ed P,... Writer It's Rfnlljr 'My aofvalnUnee. musts
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MILAN (APluilan) military men make a mistake
? when they don't allow thetrwlvei
pert say Milan's new By IRVING DESFORAP AstroHo11lcalFaslJou
heavily automated subwaywill Newtfeoturei uj1 : ; to spend money a* cloth**," islcl

ley the Commander according to the
be one of the safest) TOO 'I'\
In > people oho
reporter' story In the fashion
the world- n.ite\ ei ,maN 1t'r take pictures budge| .then ; ....d. publication.
hem breaks louse. In the ens tl i IKilt IIII y cfTom soleh b\ the
neer'a cabin. prints Clothes are a very good Inmtment -
hich, \ thi'\' from the NEW YORK (AP) Take It
The f 72 million. eightmile t't receive but moat men don'tpeellee
from an astronaut women who
underground rail"a\ insm ,- drug MI"i camera shop or this...n la food to have
the citv'n "-I' 'I final "II I travel in spare will dross
( northern protensiM
"' i t"1 ? a wife who U well-dressed...mv
will be for ma I h opened heir 'J'' Ian look it their re Mill-. much the same as man-In akin
I'' ; i 'nuts decide wife dome very well burying ends
Nov. I I.The I. r "had thai the nt ttfht pressure slats mad out of
robots will,|| be> lurking\ pictures." of food bolt of fabric and workluff .
m atretrheble material
the bsckgrowd. ) In mans cases. however the with her own dressmaker"
"bad TIlt,'. what Sect
Carpentertold
It'i been >o arranged that if picture* are only hud
I
driver mete absent minded or becomes prints thai got h\ due to mach.m, a reporter for Women's

auddenly ill, nothing automation. inadequate checking Wear Dally when he went shopping Argentina resemble the
dreadful can -or ihould-.happen or the neiessus Of turning out at Mollie Pants' for a ;young U.S. in many ways. lu
There is a small quantity work rather than qiml iork 1.072,000 square miles amble
panel his
in
birthday dress for his wife. Rene.
IINTERIOR \\
cabin carrying five lights of different across mountains, plains and
colors A camera tan should always Dresses. are out, he ..Id. at prairies, there are deserts

These reproduce the colors of check his prints with! his negatwes. least In miter spare. Helmet lakes, lofty glaciers and pro
traffic signals stationed alongthe of one ol the coaches of Milan's nearly B> doing w. he will 1L and gloves' art |n. meval forests, its climate and

line which control the speed completed ,ub\\ a\ \sterp eventually. be able to "read" hisnegatives. A* for that dress for hU win, products are much the ume:
of trams If the driver fails to It m I mater of expenenc It once was a colony and
*. of studying, each batch 4ad hi* choice was a simple brocade
delect the lights or slumps unconscious pattern ot someone fall on the thr\ roved a path through a f fought for its independence
over the controls. a line ruined ihunh and an old burial of negatives and matching pints I number/ with a semi-fitted button from Spain 150 years ago:

ihnll acoustic signal will gooffin An electronically operated ground Further on. they had to aide by aide.Sometimes. -- Jarket. and it welcomed Immigration.

his ear. If he fails to hear panel In the control room will cut through the foundation of mistakes are made obvious such printing aa cutting rilOTOUFNUtO SWANS .d" ftai <:rul action and contrail
that the robots take over. An.utom.llc show the poaitiona of al> trainsat the massive Sforzs Castle
will off portions of a person' Ihl"IS Ml'111' III Vr4'tii' I l r"IIIn'III1-lhc.lluJIln. N.Y
system ensure that all time a. They also found dungeons
the speed of the tram is properly Ticket vendors on the No. One thought to have been used as head or feet. When an important Oar look HI Ihlt1L'lall \' I revealed a wealth of detail ANNOUNCEMENT
object is
regulated or halted if need be line will also be automatic-slot prisons and torture chambers by photographed too close yh..hla.. appreciated in i in enlargement with tit fulle
the
to
edge of a picture, an automatic ,
There are 21 stations on machines operated by a com to Renaissance princes. machine range of tone from put white to mh: blacks. We wish to make> public announcement that
Milan's No. One subway _all open barriers and let passengers It has taken eight years to easily trim printing of it might Mr. Canon Smith

connected with a central "brain" down to the platform complete this first subway line, However part some snapshoots away faces the eye the future would There i* great satisfaction in is no longer connectedt'ith Corwin bleating
room where traffic control officers The up-to-date methods con- which ia regarded. a boon in b* seen in reversed ANegative who
aim at a subject and their marksmsnshipis position. store for the camera fan and Electric: ate Our number to call for
will be on constant watch. trot oddly with the surroundingssoil this city of 1.600000 people i a held at the
very enlargement
a epsiklmg
poor or the viewfinder gets net-vice! after hours Is Ml. .3d38..
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The "brain" room puts out feelers that has known 2,000 Surface traffic has slowly been
.de
ace something. different from the > 'to prevent fingerprint from a negative which firal
along the track by telephoneand years of history The diner of grinding a haltEventually lena which actually snaps the hiarks/ on .its surface. The quality yielded a poof or washed-out Corwin Heating & Electric Inc
a closed-circuit TV system this first subway tunnel burrowed the subway will (* from finiaher
picture and as a result an amputation b negative ia J Judged by looking print a commercial
The traffic controller burial become network of four lines, .et S.4 AY,... N.rt.
on duty their way through ancient a takes place. 'through it at a light or a white It can happen to more Camera MI J.35311 MI ,..,?
can at any moment cut off the grounds and the foundations of covering :' vibes of( track below tleaidea such obvious printing .uifsiej fans if they study their negatives ffie.
current by the throw of a switch old and treasured monument the bustling industrial! city But errors, some pictures: are too j A negative may be described and learn how to "read" them residence *
should a tram move out of Near the ancient cathedral. that will take another decade
dark or too light and it ia only as th'n. normal I or heavy. A thin ---'---
rf by knowing something about' negative is transparent and indicates
negatives that the fault can be undereipoaure or poa-
pinned art the photographer or the pibty.unde(development. A heavy
,pi printing machine. A perfectj iegalv| I.I dense or black and

11>7' "wr t ran \\. 4f'1JJhll'! '.II IS'lolr 11: t l I I In"'H/ : 1ttI\m\ lr! \:; ;.tlli'I 1 r I ,:,. I' :
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A' good knaVp print tan : e all U dark prints' LESWHITTAKER

made from t badly underexposed ivhlle heavy'' negqilvea usually
badly overexposed oc dut-vMocJM :eeull In light, washedout.caking
negative prints..

n rr T>'. view a negative properly, In addition negatives may be
the shiny gelatine, aide la held cowtrasty or ".oft." A conically
'ai ng the IY'I the dull negative has a combination of proudly announces
slightly embossed emulsion aide' lib and Renee areas with little .
| Ms* of Utoet bejwtem, A softhegatlU'iW ,
TC| I 'I little I' contrast! I I ,0\I 7 ,:
VIAL Tlt\M. Mas. (AP) .
tange In lit Image Ir...
ihani.es of a quick rescue fur
To compensate for the different THATCARIBBEAN
downed airmen even if they are I .
types of negatives, printIng
injured or unconscious, la increased
paper cornea in different
considerably by a new
+ f! vest pocket, twwsy radio *c- grades of contrast. A contrasty
f
ceding! to Sylvania Electric negative when printed on a
Products Inc "soft" paper makes a sort! "

i iai The company: is delivering the quality print whereas a aoftiegstive o
new radio to the U.S. Navy | gets its sparkle by
The unit provide two-way printing on I contrasty grade of .

mmunicsiion' between downed paper.
airmen and searching ships or However automatic printing .. REALTY
aircraft and automatically machine connot cope with
emit a signal) on a distress some problem negatives of esteems .
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frequency aa aoon aa a fller'a conirast. They demand -.:..-
parachute opens. The set's batten Individual! alt.ntlollIy skilful
furnishes enough power to manipulation the dense portion
operate the signal 24 hours,* Iii a.gaUv* can be "bmned In't I '

t It ia said to be the first op. or exposed longer whit the thin
erstional areas can ho "d d.ed" or held
built ultrahighfrequencyradio beck. and the work I I. most North on Trail, Naples' MI 2.811S
thin film circuit.
GENERAL VIEW ..if me of the subway yards in the Sc :I iptone diHttut of Milan, wafers. using lastly done on an enlargemsnt

ai. it appeared Jan 31. Hjj. I IS NOW READY WITH


AIRPLANE TO ROWBOATBELLE.FONTAINE. UNIT 3 OF .

Ohio tAP) .
D r Oldest and mol modern
methods 011 i' used hv the Rev.
Jerry I I.. VhrnaUnhirger 10 Happiness is. .
pastor of hirst I Lutheran Oturth
lie pilots hm own airplane on
preaching engagements keeps in SORRENTO GARDENSOne
touch with the church office via HOW

two-way car radio, and stages $1 $2 $3 U $10 $20
imick riots in i''iirlijums to SAYINGS
dramatii the Ten Command GlOW Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly
ments.
And for three summers, he

has tourists i held,campers services and tailored weekender: for I 6 mo. 26.26 2.50 7'.76 131.26 262.54 525.06 of the More Desirable Subdivisions

at i nearby Indian Lake using a
theater. Outside the City Limits of Naples.

Christ preached from a boat, 1 'f" 53.05 106.05 159.10 265.15 530.33 1060.62

and Mr.preaches Stihmalenberger l from a rowfeoat sometimes NEW UNIT 3 IS READY With

while, the longregstion sits 011hote. 2,'frl. 108.23 216.3' 324.62 54'.00' 1012.09 2164.09

IltAtS Additional' tntranc on the south edge of Sor

CALL THE NEWS FOR 3 'frl. 165.65 331.11 496.13 12'.00 1656.13 33 2.14 onto Gardena and new atrfrt arrow the ACt track connecting
RUBBER STAMPSI I I
with Goodlettt Road) which enable realdent to yet

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: fti' Brand New Reaidenllal Lot.
5 'fr. 287.54 574.6 162.40 1437.26 2874.74 749.26

(AtilT i &)** of the Mcheit ground and elevation* In the Naples area.

7ji'll 10 'frl. 638.05 1275.61 1913.66 '"9.27 6379.03 127S7.S'
Complete plat accepted and recorded
eye Vivian' Off I

la ease yore r. inter- 15 'frl. 1065.32 2129.12 3195.14 5324.97 10650.74 21300.61 SORRENTO GARDENS
HIM the L'A paid

Russia at the rate of two

enter per acre .hra it 20 'frl. 1516.16 3171.10 4757.26 792'.36 151S7.4 31714.67 Presently KM 43 fit.. Horn. lad others are being bulll. It i.a i i.
purchased. Alsiks fr$7J

million In 18(7 .
community ., fin folk, wit'. are prvwd .! their .homes,
A..r.,., I 10 their. age
and weight kids ana? a systematic savings program
groundo It will t. l I..peel >ur else Utah 3 now,
store *p I* three time *U. Prwu
the proteins per p.und of earning money for you.

weight than. do adult Also Fw Your Inspection

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boy revlaf I.to( S it- I* Our Pres.sutatle..1!

footer are 11 I* I. .

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of .* accumulate at Naples Federal. It is based on our dollar saved at Naples Federal. You'll nave to find, r .
minute TM few
remember Ik. at "" current rate of interest compounded twice yearly that out for yourself *.4 I;
and added to the The schedule doesn'tNAPLES
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I. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.p'' Fit.. .". 0.....? II. Val RADAR IN GLORIOUS COLOR could for eumpU, choote Mi like a small picture meet m
MOUNTAIN\ VIEW, C.M. (API hides of red to identify' aircraft a larger photograph reminds, the
Mer screens diapliymg He could make friendly plan** operata which colors and shmi
: 4 (mars in color like color TV, pink and enemy planes Crimean. Inga re eaant..t"ch t frequenciesLike .
Naples Civic Clubs hit been announced by Svlvima. Idea of wing color on radar
Product In i.. screens ts to enable an operatorto
New techniques permit on receive and show on his ITEiNEw F dilDRfYERSLICENSE
Alnlllollee ASsy/neua: operator to ""in the three di- screen signals of many differingfrequemv ,.
New AA EJa0 Frdaya( St flf. Ana's Hrho' dOrlgbal men un of colorhue, hright-. ranges at one time o +Nc rora ,
IA group: I:;" p.m. Tueadya and Frlds.: : news and saturation to radar without onlullOn. PTH MBNTH
First B.ptiat ( otlate.Amerksn Md ''.ou, durin, .re-nu ne color key, on a comer of the !
Cn..r Society Ir. Daniel 1..n.le 2.1,6mnlnn ;
,\ Leloll Tommy "Me 2-G11I! ..
Amnlt'll Ltloll Auxlllar Mrll. Muriel Alllbrlht 2.70: ;
Am.rl..n Rad ('rOia Ilenry lto"m"l1 2 3139:
Apulmeal M.t,1 A&a F.cJ 8ftt 2.36,' w ,tt ? n

Band Booal.n Sandy Hsrkuey 2.1631Bela 1! kte.P

Sigma Phi 0.11. Nu Mr.' Ken Grondshl
) Beta Mrs. Fred Hartford : :;m
Reach Club Wom'II'" Golf A.,.. M,.., 1Vm. Sthmucbr 2.:111": It? Then read on because
Board 01 Realtors Joh It Wood J.U9:
Boy Scouts Ed 1I.l.nk 2.tflJ7: : it's in ourSEASONAL
Brookalda Village A.".. Millard Claweon yours
Burin. and I'rol. Wtmn Mr.. Helen Vail 2.335:
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Chamber or Commerce (EL: V. I') Onld N. I'larr 1.81 &I RENTALSON
Cheerful Losers (Diet!) Club Member 2.n911
Civil Air Patrol, Gorl. Spencer 2.UU .T
Chit\ Defense. City Robert tender 2.4310 I BEACH -
Civil Iefen.e. County Tommy Kehoe 2.fl9U One lovely 3 bedroom 3 bath

Coot Collier Guard('0. ('onaer Auxiliary. ( om. A. P.Casper A'er.TO'l'n..nd J.8921.. 1.3UI 1.238' VIEW of the addition undrr constriction nt Piatlu'i'sapl' aundrv I plus maid! quarters
Collier Co Club W. Hennlng 2.4798Callitr and Dry f'lcHncrs at 100"! :) Fifth :\\muo, SouthNTVs photo )
Co.: Lem: Ex, Corn. H.: :/: Rn.Nbali: : 2.3244Ilarlan NEAR BEACH .
H. 1110 2.31113 will be brand new. Another innovation Three 3 bedroom 2 bath nomei.
Collier Co. In*. A geniiCollier IAon.rd H. King 2.5143 Key Changes At
To. Mtd. SocietyCrllirr J. C. Garland, M.". 1.3658 Woman's Club to be added Is a drive '
Co. M.nl.III..llh A..n. J. F. Franklin, I'h,l". 2.6961 Prather LaundryWithin In window "This will enable AQUA LANE -
Collar To. T. II. 1'hlm. Cold 1.6962 Plans the next 10 days or customers to deliver and pickup One 2 bedroom 2 bath home separate
Conservation Offlrrr Den Whil.hud 2.lnl Herzog
laundry or cleaning without
Contractors AssociationCyprri F. H. Shrrk I.U22 two weeks Prather's Naples dining room, boat dock.
of 4
Grange< Merton Snow WY .2072 Talk Laundry and Dry Cleaners will getting out the car, said Guest Houses Co-op Apartment

DcMolayEautera Walter A. Brehm J.3857 WednesdayNow have a new front, and 6,000 Hendry. _

Star _____ ____ Gertrud Gr'ph.n 1.3818 that hurricane Isbell has square feet of additional space
East Naples Civic Anno.Elka Wm. A. Ed.d. J.95115 passed the Naples Woman's Club In the back to house modern Numismatics
ClubExchangi W. Roy Smith will hold Its opening meetingof equipment. "We will be ableto Coins first were issued in C.JONES REALTOR (
Club ___ ___ __ 'G, V. Sweet : :m: the 1964 Season Wednesday process all work after com the east and west in the 8th I } (8
October 21. at 2 o'clock at tl>e pletion In the Naples plant." century EC. Historians find r
Girl Seotita Mr. Alice Tlmhertali 2-36.10 Naples Woman's Club The said Manager William Hendry. them useful In determiningthe :
Greater Naples Tanhellenle M,.. Carl llauher 2.5570 program was originally .('h.. The front will be of "old wealth and culture of an- 351 Fifth; ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 2-3852

Heart Association Mr. C. R. I'eamon J.nuHlalorln' duled last Wednesday, but was brick" In colonial style. The dent peoples according to Irene Roland Frank B Purdue Harry I Miller Edward M Anderson
Society Fred llamlm 2-6006 postponed because of the storm business office facing the Trail the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Hoapltal Service No. I Mra. Oscar Yan.on 2-S668 Edward J. Herzog, retired dl.
Hoapllal Service No. 2 Mra. Wm..Gravely i I 2-4528 rector of Middle and Far East L .
Humane nocletyJaybees Mrs I.orl Keller Z-55Z7 Operations for Westinghouse

/Hub Ran. 2-4847 Electrical International will
I..HI... Marvin Cecil 2-4013 present his first public showingof
Jaycee VYIveaKlwaala .,. .. Mra. Betty Roe 2-44(1 wide screen color pictures
____ _. ... /Brandt Watson 2-31(1 he took In Viet Nam, Cambodia
Knights of Columbus At Tata '. 2-5(11 Malaysia and Indonesia. The r
Lake Park PTA Clifford Weniel 2-4442 slides to be shown were taken
Lion. Dr. William lUrrett Jr. 2-3731 for the CIA for Military Intel.
Lions AvxlllaryMaaona Marlya Iloyd 2-2647 licence and for this reason

__ __.__ Everett bhellhorn 2-J28I Hertog was able to take photographs .
in countries which are
Mooae Dale L'hllch 2-S8J8
now among the most troubled
Multiple Listing Service Haven Hammer SO S spot* In the world.He .
Naples Civic Association Frederick D. tnhefer1215( will comment on the pictures .
Naplea Claiwroom Tiachera Awn. Mr. llrandt Watson as they are shown coveringthe
Maple' Clocking< Amn. Hill Grant 2-4857 cultures, customs and industries .
Napleii ComMunlty Crnrerta Aaan M. II. lloynlonMra. 2.4577 of the natives. He LU
Naples: Community Hospital Ann. A. R. Staley 2-6141 has also promised to give his
Nap)** Duplicate I ridge( Club A. A.: Anderaon : 2-4125 personal views on what he be.
Napln (..rd.. Club Mr.. John Iturnham 2-2769 lleves the future holds for these
Naplea Junior Woman's Club Marge llendry 2-3939 countries In Southeast Asia. The NAPLES FURNITURE CO.
Naples'Orchid Society Murlelle V. Larrabee 2-308 speaker will suggest some '"tip"
Naples Park Area Ar... __ .. __ I),. Harold Hulple t-2221! for persons planning to Includethe
Naples Player jack Meinmer 1-4272 Far East in future travel
Naplea Quarterback Club Don Steele 2-5173 Mrs Carl Hauber, program
Naplea Senior Cltlien f.- R. A. Thom. 259JI chairman, will Introduce the
Naplra Senior High PTA Aim Faster 2-2959 speaker. Mrs. JO, Eeaberg, ,,
Naplea Shell Club ._ Mr. lltlen Homer J.llln club president! will prisldeatthe ,7
Naples Shrine Club ._ _______ Prea. Carl Clemmer 2-3643 meeting.
Naples Tennis Club Jullun t..Roer 2-2419 Following the program tea will
Naples Wo"' ..'* llonllng A..n. Lillian Miller 2-4595 be served by ),frl, Randolph ,1
Naplea Wom..'. Club Mra. J. 0. Kraberg" 2-4078 Fuller, chairman, aialsted by i
North Naplra 'hi. AIINH. .__ George Gi-fuler 2-50KJ Mrs. Henry Boyd Mre. Ralph ( l,, yt 't ..

Organic Gardening< Club of SW Fla. Kelda D* Coil 2-473 Carlson, Mrs. Stratford Mills,
P. O. K. Sisterhood Mrs. A. A. Anderson 2-4I2S Mrs. Leon Wiggins and Mrs. r
Pilot Club Mr. Sandy Hackney 2.1682Republican Fred Yarrington.
Members of the club are asked
of (' Comba 2-3897
Collier 0. Murphy to Invite guests to this meeting.
Retired Pernonn American Amn. of Frank IllalrMilea 2-2568
Rotary ClubSaUatlcn Hcofleld 2-4323
Army ____ ...__ ___ __ Don Page 24870
Harry Summers
tlhadowlaws ITO Mra. George< Uhl' 2-4580
81. Ann' Guild M,.. Henry Lowe 2-3761 Back In Naples a
ftunnhine Shufflera Harold Glater 2-2274
Swamp RuggyToadtmaMera Jot llelyea 2-2685 Marry E.Summers at Greens

Club Bruce Mumm 2-21H9 burgh Pa., Is back for the sea
Toaatmlntreaa Club ______ -- l.lnda H.u, ..11.IPt'\ 1(1&lid. la at home at the Wll.
Whit at ISOOSolano
United Fund ___h.___ ._ Gee. Powell, Jr. 223222SI6I Road.Apartments

I Veteran's of Foreign War Donald GillenpUVeteran's 2-3777 Harry Is anxious to "try on"
of Foreign<< V>ara Aux Mra. /Dora RombergerVltre 2-5927 his golfing buddies, after a sura
WI... Jean Keefer 2-2484 mer of practice up north he
Wrltera" Forum Luient wrote the NEWS.
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