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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 23, 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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More Classrooms--Or Cut Curriculum? :o I





They're Hurt;in' For Space At Naples fBghTII. :




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urgent need for more Woodruff went into detail about originally aHottedfefor a clink, and all Home Economics obese. 1. Put the entire student bodyon flexible building that could be
classrooms at Naples Senior High the makeshift classroom arrangements which mean Hut 111 Ing sNdants ea meet In the kttatien. Latin double$ sessions. partitioned Into six classrooms
School-not five, or even two necessitated by Na. must go home} all study halts classes also meet in the Home t. Cut the school day from 6ln or expanded Into one big area
years in the future, but right! pies' population explosion Distributive meet In the cafet&tai; the Com. Kconomtts room. tmtt*al periods to only 8. large enough to accommodate all
now-was the indelible Im tlS. Education clasps meet mental suite has Men forced to SUPPCEZNO 3. Sub the curriculum to 12th Grade English clasps atone
lion made on all parents who in the Band Room; three Math turn over one of its classrooms eliminate Subjects such ss Lat. time.In .
In the question
attended Wednesday's PTSA classes are forced to use the to the Language Lab, which 'What answer to when buildings In, Distributive Education Shop conclusion, he paid tributeto
meeting. Facts and figures were Chorus Room; Driver Training Is means that Shorthand and flock Heroine overc'rnwdedt"JI'r1nelpal hapin Homemaking and all others that the parents, teachers, stu.
presented by Principal Wallace squeezed into an office cubicle; keeping classes mfcet be held in Woodruff outlined three solu. do not have class loads of SO. dents and administration of the
Woodruff during his "Meet the Guidance now occupies the space the Home Economics classroom lionslocal SS. Collier County School systems

:t Teachers" presentation, main In answer to the question "In mv opinion there Is no
feature of the evening. "What do we need in the way group people. la this state more
The meeting got off to a rousing .. .. IIJ ., of building," Woodruff, Just re. Interested In a good school<< pro.
SALLY start with a pint.alze Pep turned from the Florida Slate gram than we have here In Col.
JO HELMCK:
Rally, complete with Pep Band, Principal Convention in Jack Her County. The superintendentand
pretty girl Cheerleaders and the .0nvUle. mentioned specificallya : his staff, the School Board

Final high school's mascot, "Evil Eye new type of building that could member, our teachers and you
Day For FJeagle". This was followed by accommodate team teaching
vocal entertainment by a girl' (Continued on page I)

Queen Entries trio, the Lord's Prayer, and the I
; Pledge of Allegiance
Program Chairman E. George *

Total Now 41 Rogers spoke briefly on the top.
Ic of Education,reminding everyone

Today Is the deadline In the that the school, the faculty Seek To Modernize
and the PTSA exist for only one
Swamp Buggy Queen contest.All .
reason, "the education of ourchildren"

young hopefuls wishing ) and called upon par.nods .
to compete for the title of to let nothing stand in the
"Queen" during Naples' 16th way of study and homework, in a
order that students the New
may earn Startling
annual fall festivities from
highest possible grades.TIMES .
October 30-November 1, must
register on before lOo'clock
tonight. HAVE CHANGED y 11 r

Woodruff then introduced the
Latest entrant in the popularity teachers in the order In which

sweepstakes Is blonde they came to Naples Senior High. ; LoomIn
Sally Jo Helmtck an 11th- fDean" of the faculty is Clln. 4-I-I II Changes

grade student at Senior High ton F. Smith, who arrived In 1952,
and the daughter of Mr. and when the population of Greater r
Mrs. Jack Helmlck of Good- Naples totalled 2,100 and there
land. were only X38 boys and girls \ '!'' I
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enrolled In the combined Junior.

Just 16 years old, Sally Jo Senior Htch (grade '1 through 'I I Church WorldVATICAN
Is sponsored by the Peter Pan 12). That year, there were ti I ..
Day School of Naples. Athletic class sections taught by ten

and typically an outdoor- teachers. PARADE CAN'T ASSEMBIJJ HERE Par d.- Marshal Far! C, Hodjrf-a, fnt.-r: ,

type American girl, Sally Jo This year, Greater Naples lays as he with City Manager/ Vince Wood, IliCht and liar' 1'fnff I I..ft, pr" si-
Is especially fond of water skiIng boasts s population of over 12,. dent of thi Chamber of Commerce look '>1\0'1 i Cordon Diiw in from of tht CITY tP) The A negative vote today could
have
and Senior alone Vatican Ecumenical Council ended any consideration ofII
000 in the High
and boating. She plans to there are 603 students enrolled old Naples Hotel whore the Swamp DUKKV puade: has formed sino' the early commuted itself today to .. modern world proUems by

enter college upon graduation in grades 10 through 12. US class days. Sewer and street construction (In that era have forced Hodges< to producing a Roman Catholic: the council gathering of I

from Naples High. -ee' done are taught by 24 Instructors. change the point of aM mtlin to Fifth Av"nu.'outh./ and the n ach, he policy sttment on modern cardinal, patriarchs urcfiUsfeVM

Is the 41st girl 1. annQun 1l this, morning. (NKWS photo) world ffM* v.-\ .. blftH 'MI -..*.'p* from around
Jo .
Sally ..- to control SMI nuclear disarm Ute werMO'- ,
entered In the JayceeWIVerl'.pon.o "-i ....nL and Vns>" Paul Vf ftl..
red contest. Eight finalists :, closed;; J his decision to hold err The debate Is expected to
will be chosen: at 8 p.m. Officials Whet council ...Iton. continue through this third ....
Thursday October 29. at Naples ion of the council and the*
School Auditorium To Attend MeetsIn The council prelates, after returns I* a fourth seeatoa, with
High three days of debating a cots drafting commissions rewritlssj.
and the queen will be named Jax St. Pete church In the
verslal schema on the : schema in the recess I*
and crowned at the CoronationBall the modern world, voted .,5'"/ to between
at the Beach Club Hotelon Mayor Amble Turner and
109 to go on with discussion of
Abet government null.its Council spukssme said theaIMmbly'
October 31. Naples schema
Saturday eight the topic using the as a
of town attending .
out
are basis of further deliberation. secretary general,
meetings In H. Petersburg and Archbishop Pertcle FeUd an.
Jacksonville, and they plan to Now they! must move Into a nnunced that Pope Paul vi lad
Roth Leaving return the middle of next week. detailed debate on such prob. decided to have a fourth session

The annual Florida League of lams as berth control nuclear at an Mspedfied date,
armament and world hunger.
meetsin
Inspector'sPost Municipalities convention
r. Jacksonville Sunday through Ors of the debate an entirely

Wednesday, and Turner, City At. new scheme/ Is likely to emerge.
TodayToday torn? David Bplngler, City M"na.Cr The current doeumeit has been IT. LOW8, WOo (AP) TM
Vines Wood, and Councilman crUIclted by both conservatives House of Bishops ci the Cjptsco
Is the last day tor Louis Francis Ford will be I on hand. and progressive prelates. Many pal Church declared today that
E. Roth as City oIl apl.. build. A big discussion is exported on prelate., la the past three days "the new nature of the world"
summons Christians to
log inspector and no one das annexation procedure, Turner at debate in It. Peter's, called more
out of Insular
been hired to fill his place yet. report. for a broad rewriting of>the ways and into tile
service of fellow believer
Roth submitted his r.cIIIotlon \ Municipal official will !deter document. MdI11II1U11..ut
two weeks ago to accept a mine what legislation retarding ,
poet as aaaiatant to Homlll titles and towns then will pro. "Living to ourselves, we per.,
Homes vice-president H. Fred POM lo the I96S'Legislature. ".. lab spiritually by our.I..., *
Sample Ballot IhelSlblstMJpstsid.la .
Hamlin. He was the City's build usually a.worthwhile meeting,"
Inspector for three years and Turner said of the convention.fiplngler In This IssueA a pastoral letter, delivered
1s s pine cloetBf session. of tileCllvrell'
In that period Inspected more a.I ) at traffic court .
than $30,000,000 worth of new 'inference la Ja/konvtU this triennial general oar
weekend. sample ballot for the Nov. vention, they aid swift, vast
construction. He will for
stay over
ember :I general election change hare brought mankind
Building Official Bert Plnkiton the fLM convention, though he appearson
I of this Issue closer
Page at the together and
compel the
said he has considered several will) have to mare out of one
NEWS: Church to adapt to 'the
applications: so fare but so tor Jacksonville hotel and into ano. Mew
As a public service, the NEWS age"
those who meet the qualifications ther between
gathering
will bow Us normal circuit The Church must. "read aright
have expressed unwillingness to Wood is st
s lion today by sending papers to the sign of the .... '* tat
work for the salary the position meeting in fit Pee, and will
all pot uffKe tosee In NJ**, Matins said. More sociologicaland
offers, he noted. bead from there t<. the FLM
Plnkstoo, who doubles as the onventlon. Everglades, Immueslee and technological changes fears

City's tas assessor and collector, CONGRATULATIONS are exchanged by Tom Malone (I) and Skip Alexander other area of the County (Coliw4 ee page I)
he have to out and
do says may himself until go la. winning pro in the pro-am tourney played Tuesday at th, Beach .
Inspecting an ,
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spector Is bind Meanwhile, Club aa a part of the 10th annual Florida I'OA Championship Golf lourna-

Pinkston is busy preparing an. ment (MeGrafri photo)

Dual Us bills for milling next
week.


PGA Tourney Looks Like It'll Be Tight



YYt Four golfers Including defending rard, SarasotajSldp Alexander, 11II| Fred Schmucker. 89407 -

? champion Pete Cooper, St. Petersburg Los Bateman.Ial j and OJ. tevens, 43-41-
shot: scores of SUn JUte rdIy'. Babe Hart. MUmlj EU1 M.

f.v first round of the lOdt annual Morgan :Sharpest Duck White, Results of rhe Tortds( Cup

Florida PGA ChampioishlpTournament. Hollywood and Dexter Dentels Matches yesterday" and the compsdtloa : -

of Winter Haven. among the lorUs IOA

Cooper shared the worn- Jules 1anton, West Palm Seniors were not potted at press

mall lead with Pros Jack Beetle Den Ragao. Orlando, time for the HE*">. *

beats of Jupiter, and Joe Lopes and a former chamiplani: and Today he pros and amateurs Y

Jr. of Miami, and ama IX. Lass.. Maltland. posed ire firing the second round latm "

tear Al Johns of Punta\ Cords.Efebt scores of 71. Henry Castillo, 447 tournryi he Florida ."I'i
golfers posted twO- Tampa, a champion 1 In 1M&, Cup Matches are hung played .

voder-par Vft, Including ltd came to at even par-72. In singles. and the I lortd. f'OAJenSon

rrbyshirtproMBIg Cypress. Local amatstars plartrv h) are playing tfie anal

r Other players" posting the a handicap nvjtrt. 0-3, wen round In the 36-bole chedi i .

nbpsr scores wares BU! Ga- the fonowbvt Oeone Coy .I
.
..,., Dick Vane. 43-39- Soviet Leader ,

lOa and Dale Williams 40-M-
Juniors Take
T8. Off To Peking pia

la a handicap fllgtK. "'. MCflCOW (AP)-Ml>hall .... !: '
Test Saturday total ametemrt wen BCD Abbot Ice, top Kremtie evert M fed j. .. ,; '
TO VTASIII>GTOV. One of 41H3-Ot Tom Abbott, CUM, was missing *4J tram 'F 'J 'If't II"L. \ .
the first International sets About 100 students carolledas -38-TI| Ira Capet)*!. 3>-U. pubUc ftsMtloes end rumors dr. A V>w

of Harold Wilson Britain'snew Jailors will be taUng Hi Jerry fyk' *.4>je-02| Bobgerr,44.39.131THMarsgom eaUted he Is hei lag a KiaeloilePeklaf. TODAY IS MS PER f TV DAY when Mr and Mra. Milton Link arty, k-reet.

prime minister, was t* scholastic apdrade tests tomorrow inn to the: \1.1., '"- .f Naples =ItlfrOM/; IU Florida namesake The day has
dispatch Foreign Minister tsata day) at the Naples Cry 3/-40.19/< dTarnweds. Seams did art *tar vua more than pa."'nt< .'.t. rest to these Ha. residents they remember
other KreaiUa lenders at
Patrick Gordon Walker.above Sedor HIp School. Edmund 42-42-M. ,..,.1 of Maralul target 8lr.puov the. their homeland \. ilh nostalgia. AO tree were born in the Italian eity They
to Washington. Aba Lowe counselor cnoooMed.: Locals la the handicap fagtu10 cAW of the aVwlst Gds are Mr and MM Alhirt: I'alladlno M9 10th Sl, North with their! daUKhter,
of visit Is to arrange for The> tests wCl be held to the "- rarer" wJ. Baliey. 41.4Ji eel kin who pertsti4 la a Mrs. Ida ('ai"' .'n" .,"t'f. of ll: $ 10th St., North Mrs, Capuano with her

American continuation of Anglo- school cafeteria beglncds II An rsokoner, 43-4- plane crasfc to lieicrad*, Tegn.slaru family first "I I.. the! db a few years ago and her parents lOOn followed
cooperation. fad aA. ttt Gorge O"GNaIe 43-44- MUMdsy e NEWS photo)


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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Naples, Fl*., "'hl.y, October II, l"'* nl WSCS, Wesleyan -

pRTERS Guild To Join YOUR CHURCH!

len Wright (B.& from Mount illttr
NHSHurtin'. Union), Mathematics and Social ATh'fXECUT1Y' Call To PrayerThe

( Continued from page 1)) Studies. Woman's society of DIRECTORY
Christian service and the Wesleyan -
parents are doing a superb job DR. GATES COMING 'P rt Service Guild of First
of educating children. There Is Before adjourning the meeting Methodist Church Naples will
no better faculty anywhere than to the cafeteria, PTSA Pres. GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH
we have on this stage tonight, Ident Alan S. Foster announced join more than 1,700,000 Methodist NAPLES CyWwd Read I U.S. 41

and I have never worked with that Dr. Bob Gates of the I 1 or. ) women throughout America see .11. art of Hi*

youngsters of the quality we have Ida State Department of E
in the Naples Senior High tier would come to Naples to annual "Call. to Prayer and BAPTIST CHURCH f. C. twirl, Fedor

Shoot speak to al' PTAI In Collier t-Denial. The Cell Uspon- 750 $..,... >* SUNDAY SERVICES
under the heading What we County on "Quality Edo' anon Mired by the Woman's Division NplM.my libl' Sckool 10:00 t.mMorntnf

'I I years ago", Print /Ipal 1 Wood. Gates addressed the A... Ocor
1st. Dr.
under
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tons, the national body Sway 5es; TralnlRf Sarvlt 7.-00 p.m.
I lift listed fUlUlme Guidance. Collier County teachers In Au. which 36.000 local Woman's School 10 .", Evening Wwihip 100: p.m
(ounaelllng at both Senior and gust uf this year and made such cieties of Christian Service and .. WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE
Junior Schools Distributive W.f.kl, Seeks l II *
High a favorable Impression that lie *
I Service Guilds func libl Study and
Aesleyan CIMM Uo pas.
Education, Modern Math, Homo. likl
has been asked to return.
tion. '.. ',,10 *.*. Prayer Service ',10 p.m,
i-'fneous groupings (based on stu. Foster also thanked all of the .._ -n- Evnt.'g $*" Choir rVtcrlci
,lent Interest achievement and students who "cdntrlbuted so During the observance of the 1:11: pm.

teacher-re,'onomendatlons), two greatly totheenormOUllllccess"of Call to Prayer and Self-Denial, "CHRIST AHmTNESSEST..I..I
12th Grade 8-hour combined Eng. this first PTSA meeting ____ Methodist women gather In their CHURCH OF JEHOV
I Government classes Latin Student Council members who _. churches or elsewhere for two Tr.il .> H*" A... Ne. KU9dem. HaH 107* .......w.CA.I. .
1: D. Personal Typing, Econom.i collected dues at the member. --' VISIT: \ (II I! \T fH-\TO'f\.TI:: ( i: < li ''ail .luuicrs on his events-a program meeting for Wksrlee Ii ..'.,'der WIIK lsdr", MMirarlibl ,

i s, Secretarial 1 Office Practice, ship tables outside the auditor. Allegiance to the 1-1 I.IK. eta)' 111 :Naliii'TueNlas; w.is ( <''>Mk'it! Miman Paul Interpretation of mission pro Sunday. Study" Wednesday I pj.,

Epee h n and Choir D. lum Included Joy Hodges, Peggy Chris Hultzen, treasurer of I Roir<>n. On hand to }1"'I't. linn from )left were jects to which from a 'ib'' Study< 10 ..11I. MiniitM,; School Friday 7.10: ,....
Another new feature the Tea. the Junior Class ,immunced,, the money Worthl I II I ...... Service Maatln Friday 110 ....
Kline, Vicki Duncklee Steve Dick *;"<>.II-tt('. A H :\1111.,1''i pn-sid.'iit)) of Collar will be Mnntnq i : .
':her Assistance Program, was Steele, Tom Bernard and Jim Juniors' two luau.raising pro. ('ount). DemoirHtK 1 1 riuh] ( Rogers: ) 11. II Snowball and special a offering service given of f"o..I". Worthlp T.10: *."". 'ubli* Address Sunday 110: pm."
outlined by Robert Mortland, Willis jests! thetwo.week magazine sale Democratic Coniniittoe chairman "quiet day" W...rtwJiy W.fck lacer Study Sue ':45 pas
,'halrman of the S-person com. The usherettes were Jill Work. now going on, and the Junior Countx prayer meditation, hymns and SAle SheV. MO, ,..... -
mlttee appointed by the County Inger Linda Parsons and Linda Fall Festival, to be held In Nov. :Mrs. Eleanor. C. Birmuiichum, in charge of the a silent meal. Each year the NAPLES PARK
Superintendent to make a studyof Uhllch. ember. headquarters, and behind her John Smith and Call to Prayer and Self-Denial BAPTIST CHURCH

the non.lnstructlonal detail The decorations, which Included FHA members who served aa H. D. WHtkins. Jr., candidate for the Collier County has a theme, and the theme CHURCH OF COD A.. M.rio.. (. Wcn

that i onsumes so much ol a a giant "Welcome to the first hostesses during the social hour Board of Education. (McGrath photo) for 1964 Is "Recognition. Re Cw. 10th $'. I Silk Ave. No. Sunday. Sckl 10 ...m.Marntnf .

teacher's time. Mortland had high PTSA meeting" and a provoca. In the cafeteria and were respon. newel Response," A... D..ld 1.1",V Wnnlp II ..11I.

praise for the appointment of a tlve "Tree of Geographic Gen. slble for the fower.laden and The program meeting forwo- Sunday School 10 '.m. E.*ninf. Wcnhlp 7.10: ,.....
full-time secretary to keep at. ealogy'% wore the handiwork of candle.lt| buffet table groaning men of First Methodist Church lerslsg Worship II aas. Mayer Maatinf W.... 7.10 p.m.
tendance and grade records,thus Dodle Gurtler, Kathy Repass, with "goodies" included Linda Wage-Hour Meet Fathers, Sons will be held at 12:30 o'clock Ev.egalbl. s Soma T:JO p..... _
eliminating the necessity for Anna Fussell and Ray Ellers. Cobb (President), Carol Thomas Next Tuesday Pr..r Mwllnq 7:10: *."' ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC

home rooms and adding approx. Natalie King at the piano pro. (Projects Chairman), Janet Dl- WednesdayThe Of 'Trinity'Meet October 25 at Fellowship Hall. Thursday, Ytt ':JO *.". Jrd St. I 10th" A... Sa.
Imately 100 pupil hours to the vided<< background music before short, Sue Cory, Wanda Reynolds, analy The "quiet day" service will Idles beard. L ffici ySundty
meeting presenting _
teaching day, but felt It was too the start of the program and Carol Henson, Joyce Packard, als and discussion of the Fed. be held at 10 to 12 o'clockon LUTHERAN M.IWI HIOIIWtakdayt l

arty to pass final judgment on later accompanied soloist Mary Suzanne Iversen, Carol Ford, eral Wage and Hour Law originally WednesdayFathers Thursday at First Methodist EMMANUEL NAPLES 7 .-.... **ly
,other phases of the program. Ellen Meade, who sang 'Vet. Wendy Farley, Nancy' Hopkins, scheduled for last Wednes. Church. CHURCH OF Cenfaitlom. : Saturday

The eight new teachers who ting to Know You".Natalie, Mary Mary Lou and Sonja Starling, day evening has been reschedule and sons oTrtnity-by. Leaders will be Mrs. William ILO.IMoorln I 4 4. I p.m. and. 7 U I p.m.
reined the staff this year Include Ellen and Linda Partin were the and Connie, Donnie and Judy ed for next Wednesday October the>Cove Episcopal Church will Kepp and Mrs.J.c. Garland U'. I... U" Dr. Sunday Scheel! t a.m.Cnfratrnity .

Mr', Patricia Hanllng (she has trio who sang "Moon River", Vice Mrs Flnley and Mrs. 28th The session will be held meet at Parish Hall for dinner 'In. The MwlnfliOf. Clan *fCkriitlan
B.A. from Duke University), accompanied<< at the piano by Miss Wright are the popular teachers at 7:30 p.m. at the Naples City and football movies on Wednes.day W.r/eW/ D. ,.,.., tnfv Daetrin.

who teaches English) George Polly Jenkins who co.sponsor FHA (Future October 28, from 8 to7 p.m. Sunday School f ...... Mwdaye.i1:30: p.....
Bill llendry Tommy Proven. Homemakers of America. Church Srvlce 10.10 .J....
Kearney (BA from Bucknell, Hall.The William H.Gracely lain charge _
MX from Btoomsburg State), tano and Ricky Caperton were meeting will be conductedby of the program. Henry B. Wat Reverend Nitz TRINITY.BY.THECOVEEPISCOPAL
English Jerry tlowell (BjSfrom the Pep Band<< members who play. MATTER OP WORDS Clem J, Denekle, supervise- kins, Jr., who takes motion pic. CHURCH

Carson.Newraan College), Phys. ed "Scream, Eagles, Scream", DETROIT,Mich.(AP-M) 'White of the Miami Office, Wage and tutee of every high school foot. Here EAST NAPLES Pert Rayal
CHURCH
leal Education and Science) Rob. led by Cheerleaders Peggy Hood bncklah i i Han advertising man' Hour Division of the U. B. Labor ball game will present, "Photo Coming BAPTIST Ta Xar. Rhcherd 1. Umfcwt-
ert Kennedy A.B. from Mercer), (captain), Cherie Blan'hette, euphemmm fur prejudice," the Department. He will discus the itraphlng the Naples Eagles. Sk.J..l.... A... Etrf NtpUi Sunday Sarvlcat
Howard Scherman Barbara Tatu, Julie Chlckerlng provisions of the law Including also discuss how Ran. Lilies type, '..*'
Mathematics Rev Dr Robert W. Spike di- Watkins will For Seminar Holy, Communion.I I ......
3.8. It M,1!;: from Kent State), and<< Susan Wood, and climaxedby it-unr n( the Nulionul ('uuni.il I of what brings a firm under its coverage the movies are used by the coach. Sunday Family Wenhlp, Church

Distributive Education) RichardChomas the appearance of "Evil Eye Oiimhrw' CommimiKin, on Reli- the requirements the law Ing staff In the school football ,. Sunday Scheel 10.00: ...mMornUfl School and Sarmm 10 .
' (B.A. from Luther Col. Fleagle" (spelled R.u-s-t.y E-l. lIOn and Rate told delegate to places on covered employers training program '.:.' .'d.. W r.Klf 11:00 *..... t.m.Wadnaiday

''!ife), Science and Latin) Fred f.e.rd.i.n.k). the Minimi assembly of the Inter- and the effect: of recent changesIn Rev. Richard T. Lambert,rec.tor Trdnlnq. Unln. 700: ,.m.Wenliip Communion. f.10,
W111U (B.A. from Florida South. Tommy ProvenEano led the luiliiniul Convcnliun of ChriHtian the law. Time will be pro. said<< that Invitations have 10'9; .:M *J". Holy am..
Communion at I
urn), Mathematics) and Mrs El. Lord's Prater and Pledge if Churches (Di,ciple, of Christ). vlded for questions and answers. been sent out and urges that Wade..slay. Holy Day a.m.

fathers make reeervationabycal.ling ltd W..I Payer Svvlc 7.10: p.m.
the church office. MI 2.2237. Adult Cl> if Pr.dic. 1:11 ,.m. IN THE AREA
before October Z,,.
on or Monday,
.-W J ....11\I- II Olln..p[ rlll..lIIIIIIy .. BON IT A SPRINGS
FIRST ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY OF GOD

OF GOD A... Ho/one1/ Jettt

Lutheran Women ShdovU A.., L Naples Sunday. School 10 a.m.

InviteJf Install Officers .... !. It/'. Willlmn. fnfftSund Morning Wonhip! II a.m.
:4re CorJia/w d: For Coming: YearThe | Wonlilp I II I ..... frayar Maatlnf. Wed 7.10 p.m..

Youth Swvlc Tu*.. i. 7:10.11I. -
Lutheran Women's Mis.slonary MIJ-W..k Service i Thursday CHOKOLOSKEE

League met October 20 of 7:10 ,JII. CHURCH OF GOD
Richards Roofing Service :4ttc"J tn Churls at Grace Lutheran Church De. Sunday School 10 a.....

Pno Ml I-4MI H.pl_ :: c votlons were given by Mrs Monica Momino. Wonhip II '."'.
Price. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Sunshine Hardware '0 Reverend George Price presented OF NAPLES(' I COPELAND BAPTIST
'Year ComploU Nardware.rr, : i vY. IIf\Af ? < the Bible Study Topic, .... 1.5.d Htt; fnlot MISSION
111 IIh Av. ... ., rf\ ) J C I '" .-.. "Baptism Without Discipline?". Sunday Scheel l til: .'..... H., C/yrfa Mrri'.

O/ our I Joice' A discussion followed on rules REVEREND NITZ Mominf Ws ship 10.19 ...... Sunday School 10 '.11I
Naples Recall Store 4 for Christian living with Bible Tr.tnln, U..!M 410: ,..... Worship Sarvlcat

SO* Mh A**. a*.. Scripture reference.Mrs. The Reverend Cerhardt E. Evmliif. Wonklp 710: p..... II ..11I. and. ,:10 ,.....
Selma Hoer the an. WEDNESDAY ..
gave Prayer M tingiWidnaidayi
The Bank of Naples nual report covering the activities Nits, pastor of Grace LutheranChurch frtftr WUitliie. ':10 ,.... .t I
0, wine with Naplatollli and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church of the group for the year. In St. Louis, Mo., will p.m.

': Member!County. f.Smct 0.1, .C, IM'" and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. "The Dorcas Project' will meet conduct a seminar and forum FIRST CHRISTIAN EVERGLADES BAPTIST
atG race Lutheran.NsplesSunday -
0
each Wednesday from a.m. un. CHAPEL
Hartley Variety StoreM ill 13 noon to sew for childrenIn night at 7:30 p.m. The CHURCH OF NAPLES .... Eric C. WtlJo, lode
the Holy Land. Mrs. E.O'Con. topic of discussion Is entitled Mundane Dr, C4 NlnM ....... Swtft .. Jam W. Mecbr, Mihrr Sunday : m.Wenkip
ner of Bonlta Springs is In charge "For Such a Time as This" f SarvicM 11 I '.m, II p.m.Tralnii ..
hits' SeliMl f:4l .
Bob Pastry Shop of this project. and deals with the stewardship Swvlc II *.A.CVelr m.Ckvrcli "9 Union. 7 p."m.

ems Mh .... N*. MI I4IIIFraah New officers Installed for the of the Christian life. The Seminar '..cllc.l Wednesday 7.10 Mid..... Prayar Sarvlc I p.m
I : ,.11I.
Caked Ooodi Daily" following year were Mrs Gladys
\ ti Is sponsored by the Lutheran
.a Mrs.Monica Vmpcr Service! I p.m. Sunday
Swenson president;
EVERGLADES
and Is
Naples Federal vice president and Mrs Laymen's League
Savings Price ; one of a series of presentations COMMUNITY CHURCH

end i Ilan, > Association Selma Hoer secretary-treasur served being offered In South Florida FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST *... H. G. W.;hhnl.r, ,.i,or

.M Mk Av.., ... MI lSlatJim's er.at the Refreshments close of the were meeting by during the next week.In SCIENTIST Sunday School 10 '..m.Motninj .
i'u. addition to being C.Rtr.l Av...u. at ilk Slyest Wonkip I II I '.11I.
rt a Mrs. Selma Hoer.Propose pastor
Sunoco
of the 2800 member St. Louis Sunday Service 1100I.m.: -
Lrfotlm' OuaranlaMMuftlort Sunday ScKel 11:00: ...... GOODLAND MISSION
Church and the
Ml I-UII or t-UTt Naplae Fit u p parochial Wednesday. Evwliif. M...lnJ. I ,..... OF OUR SAVIOR
We diva SUmp' Ban On schools which It operates, the Reading *_ 120 Part St. *.... Ritka'J 1. lamkarf

Reverend Nits Is presently M.... Wa. Ftt. Sunday. Sckool, t am.IMMOKALEE .
'Naples Coin Laundry : chairman of the of
Board Con
I 10..".. I* I peen --r
Speed Quean. w.wean."..* 4 Use Of Planes trol of Concordla Seminary, a FIRST
ass
ey member of the board of directors BAPTIST CHURCH
U.S. Hwy i N, 4 Whltnun SlvalO :-
*** 14-Mwr N. Naples FishTALLAHASSEE of the Council of Lutheran FIRST METHODIST _a*. L !. Ooi/. tails'Wonkip
r To
W Morr, Ownir I Spot Churches, and a member of CHURCH OF NAPLES II '.m, I 7.10: pm
a l s Fin Avenue. S. I Fmrtk. St. _
the Missouri Television
Naples Furniture Co. w : a (AP) A Synod's Res. Jolt !. fu., *..frSu IMMOKALEE
Committee He is the
I legislative committee had under regular d.. W.nKi, II ....m.S CHURCH OF GOD
MM N.. Tamlaml Trill ,
study today a proposal to outlaw speaker on two national ..... Eva. WcnKip" S.nlc. .t 7.10 Ran. O. ,. O!""..
BB Builders Specialties OOD NEWS the use of airplane by com ly broadcast religious radio Sunday School .:41 a.m. Sunday School 10 am.Morninf .
Tall No** MI MISSPlywood nerclal fishermen to spot their series. In the putt has served Jynier, Interawdiite .*4Swiiw Wonkip II ......
Door ...11..... Mt. .* :\ quarry. on the board of the St. Fllwtliip' I p.m. I..i.. .. Wanhip" 7.10: p.m.

soNa.e Pluaawln 0....' Leeks ,...ft. ;) The legislative council's com Louis Lutheran Hospital and raw M*.tlll, Wed. *. ':10 p.m, _

.l 1' mlttee on natural resources as chairman of the St. Louis IMMOKALEE
Cafeteria \ ,. _
lamplighter '
no Immediate action.
',\ planned Pastoral Conference. METHODIST CHURCH
Downtown U *. 41 So.el v The legislators seemed to be FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
/ *.*. *ic rd Mo. fnttfSUNDAY
., Designed primarily to encourage a.
4-Cemera Meptee. rta. '" lrlJ> ,...." ,I .'I In agreement that airplanes CHURCH OF NAPLES
.' 'v should be ruled out for spotting Lutherans to become Third A.... t S.eh; sla *.
C A. Anderson lN\e l1' ; more active In the work .s..w ; Momlna Worship" I 10 t II
,: w\ + commercial food fish. Some program / *. Jl Sr>a>*
Interior. ft Interior: l" ,(. Jf 'I thought the air spotting shouldbe of their churches Interested SiMWay School ':10 a.m.SarvitM Sunday Sckool. t:41 a.m.
Painting : 3, Jr. ( .
.DecoretinfWellpaporlni. i 1 permitted for fishermen visitors will neverthelessbe *, s......, .10 ...... Intomwdiate and. Sr.MTF
"
n>ono Ml II7U P.O. eec ins /: I -' whose catches go to Industry. welcomed to Sunday even- 4 10 p.m.
Evaninf, Wonki 7.10 ....
s : ,
Naples Fiends .- I'f'r'' i Rep. Allison Strickland of C1U Ing's Seminar, the pastor said. FULL GOSPEL TUESDAY
rut County said that the few
COMMUNITY CHURCH Mmes Prayer Sor..;.., 7 p.m."
Marathon. Dredging Corp.Marina Another new church The newepaBill's right. When people work to. commercial fishermen using air. *... Dee t..lt... ,..,.t Chair Piscine. 5 00 pJ..
CeMtnictlon ane"lor plane enjoyed a tremendous ad.
Development per article says the population in Bill's jrether for their church when people vantage over the others. be to Increase the staff enough ..*. 6_f. mfiM, Aat. ffttttGemini WEDNESDAY

Ml. I-4MI. Naples. Horn* suburban neighborhood la crowing so pray together for guidance Itcan't The State Forest Service and to put fire control workers on a ; ** Or? Anal... ttlata Midwaot Prays Sarvko

Trail Builders Supply- fast that even more churches will soon help but lead to a greater spiritbe Florida Came and Fresh Water five day week. SM|> Naples AdulH I Ckildrt. 7.10 pan.
SCM) ..
This doemt mean a 40-hour Sunday 1000 .mMneleg -
Company needed. Bill thinks this is just treat. of tolerance, fellowship and coopera."A proposals.Dr.Fish Commission. outlined 1965 week, be said, but would makeIt Wwahip II .... MARCO CHURCH OF COD

MpJFIrM* tion in the whole community.when I Earl Frye. assistant game possible for the employee to s..a., I..oM>f 7 P-O- fa D. Motxoct. pannwMornh
-- community U H better" pluce commission director, said that take the normal two days off. W d. Prayer Sonic. Pal ,.... >t Wanki;'* II' rm.tVonlnf ..
West Coat Furniture there are plenty of churches" In order to play its full part the the laws on alligator hunting During the winter months when WonSip 7.11 p.m..

Complete Interior. he says "It'i good for the children Church needs you, your prayers and must be tamped During the fires are at a peak, be said, GRACE LUTHERAN!

IM ant A_ ... Naples, fl* and the young people it's rood for your support. In return the Church closed season, there Is no way to many firefighters can get no CHURCH OF NAPLES CATHOLIC ST. LEO'S

everybody! We all need sort of offers a priceless gift the Truth keep hide hunter sway from Ume off at all. CHURCH
Charles R. LeBuff some you the animals. He Coulter said that to operate on M'.un' s.cI Ifll; luildconor oltoodvte
anchor for our lives and the Church that shall make free suggested a U.S. 41 ..4 11* A.., N..
Cabinet Shop you special commercial license a five day week would require Sr... ..*) Ik.. Traillonif
i I. the best I know for he hire ass Ore car .... $-.. Wriea. Pen Snn
DotiU CMiw<. FwrnttuVo. Plopo"AntiejtM one of. hunters. and other steps to "get that more *(
to the S...d.T SMl t *J*. f0tf Ja t
Noproo'tMllont. at least some of tile hunters on trot workers, In addition I.a. la******
*. IM M. **. MI i-rni The CHURCH FOR AU. AU. FOR THE CHURCH' our P4de." some ISO employed BOW. Addl. CWtb S-K. IO.K CJK.H S..i>d
TW (Chun, .to the iraeMI (acter My zed an**** ew ClwraV Try State Forester H. C. Coulter Uonal salary costs would then to.lal ly Camm;im .lo iioin Pries h
Jimmie Gibbs **earth to lha buildin of der.am. II Pat hie em .ae.. said Ms agency's big goal would nearly $l million a year. M' S...>day Each Week Sday _
ControctorMl tMOiMjaonrfcMeMehlaxhlaaaloro.. hj olOMieill e... Si I Ikouaa ......eke
Pletterln. 4 Meawnw el eplrituej ad,_ Wulwit of Lea iu e ii. anal i ietavn eesie ,., VOTE This dirtrtory win
Mane ."." .....,.. .... .... tppir rt.Ur1y each week
CKwra timamei Tat in W me t. iIooIf, Ht' .... !II E" s.. AH clink.. I. ta* e.... urged t
are *
Mt twiHM t>oe) eaaj eimiw Titan KM> M** lie meml end peer '
r.+ ,a.e. w write hi a., ck..tee er (orrni...
.
Veer a* they ercw.
Van Der sue tour and Httmt lAvt tvery auto*** ere kt *e deed rep
Bno*) eheM.toed rMe ....... Try a.4 M4 yew aWria *'0y" Atta*.. IK. __... It"' ,..
Musk Center"Complete e C..iIIUItII the Ied.w Ci ICN AM

kwtractloK. Deportment J (0,,.,,,.., /MU Mawr A4I.rr.. Sense, I.. Sr./Ioo't/ I M Me .....* ...*. *i the REVOLUTION I IN 1 MISSIONS
M say monument
SHUT: MUSIC DIPT.IMS : GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH ,
Na ... N. Ml HM Sunday Monday Tuesday; Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday e>. peas whale 0.di'. lite ...
Genesis Psalms Haggal Haggal John II Corinthian Galatian -MODERN REUGlOfS BELIEFS COMPARED "\SIINOTON. D.C. AP) ......at** .... ........ OM no
[ 11.8-1: 121.1-: 1:1" 1:1.11 $:St$$ S:1MI 8:1-11 **Tn* *M*.ion." eta a. we have least *Mt *acf4 m a fee race
H1TK FUNDAMENTAL: CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES' kfmm it i* .- end will n.vf haled pocket of *w world and

mum Xe R<,. Albtrt J. fie soonet .he dieeiveo f1crc.
Naples laundry & 4 ADVENTISMM N..vta.. *, lot of ateni knoll_( we bent ffcii aSer te rm_ faa

rocs W | M AM. i nc. toW a cen.*Mwn of RonMCattolu .,,
Cleaners, rtlM, | m typ mi" TMt The lc-
.. sad I'. S. nON nuation-*cndi.a *oci* Mid I" ..e.,5 ifn.
MM ss. Aso. .. MI n* G.IlfacReed .t MId v'n.'
"..e boy SorviM Awa.W" Mile East ef The Ce.e ( erta lnl it ttw WMinnef at ) nn -"t. ', cr t'.JI .





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l.nOll. David RpM, ClarenceSarhae fws Bonita
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BY NOatil ROGERS Watson, Eleanor Knner, Peter front By RAE WEAR
MOM MO.SSS4 Valentine Randolph Jones Fran.
We arrived ces Harrison, Barbara Tarrtn -
home Tuesday harbor! welcome anyone wish- John Pekrul, U.. Blckiord.I045i .
Then,
eveck* Came back mace what 10 drive will be a Progreestveschre following committee: In charge,
leg out to see the Alice wsg oner.WUllamSimooe
Wsell bad party each Thursday Mia Ruth
up her sleeve.Seems park. But ,....., do observe Jay Peterson, CharleeMo night Banker Mdroe
beginning .
at 8
Uhe we Idda here In p.m. at the Amrt.CM Mary Land, Bender and Carolyn
be Nap1ea must the speed l limit of 10 miles rone, Sarah Walker Mark Lefion Home JUt on the Meager.Hotees.
Mag about right wouldn't per hour and If you with to see Kcunanson, Ray Bur, Jeanette Bach Road for the evening In.
you Ny? Rnant Lorene Judith
Caruthers
die homes on the waterfront The regular Saturday night eluded Mesdames Elltabeth Eg.
We traveled Ballard, Anonla Le
3.800 miles and lets. park your ears in the Rusher dances with live mule will be gerd, Van Wilson and Nell Smith.
both Iml.lOJd
agree there is no place parking places provided for visitors. rae held featuring Lyle Oleon andtk Oamee were played and pricesgiven
E like home Erik Soonyers, KUdaAd.dison
especially when Ir'. That way your car is CharUne McLeod. Cat Fun Trio.November to Mdamc Opal 1 Car.
Naples. Had a wonderful trip not obstructing anyone's drive 8th also at the tell, Elsie Putnam,Fern GrauM,
lOla Rachael Emertck Jack
lots of fun with a few funnies and you can take time to ream] Dreeden.lOJti Lotion Home, there will be the Bott Bresjge, MarJ HnlyBlan.

thrown In which I will tell you enjoy the pretty yards as wen Victorine Murphy, Edna charcoal broiled rib(or)chicken ke \bsker, Land Hayes, Bender
about from time to time Like as the mobile homes. Murphy. barbecue At this time the and ......r.
rte way I was Introduced d door price, a Model 1148R* tln*. All l ladies ottbcommunityareUrited
to 1049t Mary Pope, Mildred Co. ton
the Maryland State Police HAPPY BIRTHDAY : ., ley SUveatra lilts.lftfk Automatic ehot gun will be to attend the Art
The ,, W.,... (rnliflmn B.M awarded_ and Crafts claa*** each succe
morning we left to driveto Let's all wish a nice crisp gi j -'r. ": So aa not to conflict with the alve Thursday afternoon bagln.
the C" Cranvllle HousandMkthllda
Falls
we found >
a coat October birthday to Viola Cornish local school activities .there will ping at IISO"'Eastern'
t of thin Ice on the car and the ,Toby LInville and Flossie I Ramerea, Mary Mason<, be no masquerade dance on Octo.
thermometer read Joae Oonaales William Cook.', her Slit
26
degrees. Schreck. NAPLES PILOT CLUB ofh-brati-d II previously announe.
Founders Day Thursday' at Beach
a
which We drove to the Canadian side Now, wish me luck as I leave Club meeting, Sandy Ilnckni' prvudont of the total club, rtnu-wod DISCHARGES and ed by the American Legion Post Sees
my cousin said was much for I couple of hours bowl AuxUlary 01 John Murph1
to
the history of Pilot Club mm its founding, and various committf 1044 William AlbrlHon, Anne Pot No 303-
prettier since so much of the (Three hours later) I am back. chairmen Bradahaw, Wayne PlaMsberVl r.
spoki local L
on aotivities to r : Edna Bell, than" The Junior
falls has program Woman's
Clubbak.
fallen away on our I have bowled. I have had my ginla GeaU, Beverly Ray Tam o.1. Banner Florida
side. The formal man), Dorothy Phillips, Lain Oehmig Sandy Hackney, Clarice Benson and food ale win be held at the
gardens and lunch. As to my score I am and Billie Williams. thy Wolfe, Moncerrate Sanabrla Community
lull
McGrath on Saturday Oc.
( )
fall photo ,
flowers were lovely but very sure the Cinnamon Drop and baby girl Jennie Tennant. lobe, I4th, when then will also Winter Season
as I looked down on all that Kids in the Sugar N Spice League John Pekrul. be a rummage sal*. In the ven.
rushing water and Its power I wish I had stayed up in 1043i ClarenceSachaeXbarlea Inc thy will sponsor a dares WASHINGTON (AP) EaM.rn .
felt like a split .Iom.- After me mountains__ WAI. up. ainoe E att flatlat Woman's Club Watson, Mary CrUHn, Gary Ben. then, ,. Airlines, anticipating what
being out In that cold n.ld. Frances Harrison Loa I It believes will be a banner win.
wind a my return I find lucrativeIdea ,
my BlcUord. MUton Ollver.Thereae I:.r tourla' _.,..% I.. v<_.'Am ..
while -- ----
we were glad to get back about riding our bikes CARD PARTY "
Vojlr, TnoraaaOwenBe bounces that it will inaugurate;;;
in the car and bead for the around Just at mealtime has ALICE REDENBAUGHtil Sewing Group Barbara tty Carll' Another In the pries of month. four new
nonstop
I Tanrlfl William Simcoe. nights from
farm. To heck with the honey gone up In smoke-too many 1046i Eleanor Jtruntr.Shlrl.y;, ly dessert card parti. lath R*. Washington to Florida
moon ideal tag-alogs. When will I ever ml It's Alice R." driving from Kankakee 111. On Busy BeaversThe Ratters Sarah Walker JamMcKlnnle es. creation Hall of Bontta and Little Two of the nights will be

I had planned on taking lots leam to keep my BX. closed up again. I sort of had Wednesday. Marie drove and Jeanette Bryantbeen and| afternoon Hickory fihor*. was held Monday started Sunday, one going to

of movies of the autumn colorsall ???? the Idea last Tuesday morningthat they all spent the day In Fort last two weeks have baby boy, Agnes Rauleraon and Miller lllii, with Mdams Miry Miami and the other Tampa Th
through New York and Pennsylvania Us and Alice Wise took Mr. Sue Glover was giving me Myers. They left on Thurs busy ones for the Sewing D*. baby girl. Markoft, Chapman, Odella third will start Dec IS to Miami
and Mr .
but each time we and Mrs. Charles Donahue to die old "one-two" when she day to return to Illinois. partmmtt of the Naples Woman'I i 1047 Erik Sconyers, Judith at the door.* Harold Carton and the fourth Jan. I to Tampa.
would called and asked Club. lira. Fred WiUard idle d Ballard Qua Bishop Alice Wag Following do* The planes will provide larger
come to a Sarasota how
good place with them last Saturday "Alice sect, gam*. wr played. Door
the sun would under "And u hots toaaurprlalnclyUrti t goner and baby boy, tonne;; Car* tourist sections to meet the de.
she
go a cloudor to attend a meeting of busy are you? so was. HOUSE GUESTS turnout prices went to Mesdames Mary
the week of "Isbell"And ,,. mand for coach
cabers and tares, the
baby Lerae Intel air.
It wra'd be on the the Sarasota She asked If I could write the boy Reahard
wrong Cruise Club and Mrs. Emma Jones of washIngton today Mss Kay cider eon I and baby girlho and Sue Cook) table line aald.
side of the road. Then on our to a luau the column again and we decided Avenue prices (to Mtam
enjoy given by has as house welcomed some 10 ladlta w )I 1048i Anonla Rusher Frank Betty Eastern said Its stales Mire
way back. Marlon assured me club. They reported a grand that between the two of us, guests this week her sister and worked on evtrytlnc from table,, CoghUl Mark Hermanson, Iflldar Church Ethel Bennett IMt very indication of a banner
mat after all the cold weatherwe time and Alice tells me she maybe we could keep the East brother-k-Isw, Mr. and Mrs. clothe to door knob covers for r, Addison and baby I girl,Alice Gar. Drum, Carolyn Merger Ar. winter season In Florida this
bad had the colors would has some Jim-dandy ideas for Naples column going. So, Russell Smith. The Smiths Ire big December: Basaar.sUnrur man, Henry Etadler.Charles Mo Bllchr mnta Ruiy, Be* Alland Era year. Advance booking are run
be at their best in North Carolina the luau the Naples Cruise Club If you good citizens will call left their home In Falrmount Ford Edith Pol. Crane, CharUne Mclutgd and babr leslaWoltetMDdrd nlng wall ahead of last year,
so every time I saw a will put on soon after the first me at 2-7047 before nine and Ind. Just recently and have Je,. BercUn Uclntosh, Bee Merarland I boy Riell and Miss Hard Drew and th. resort hotel report the

lovely red or orange, tree she of the year. Am wondering if after three with your news settled InBradenton. Mr.Smlth it are all back In the fold, .. 104 t David Rapes, Rachael WOMAN'S CLUB earn trend."

would say.."0h don't stop now 1 lashed my press club cardIf Items_ ,.we_will I be; very apprecutivel \Uaredred.. er was has retorted Just returned and Helen from Park.New htmmu, President Mrs Ethel Bennett
you will see much redder It would I do know sue is a Mr.d; laiOj Jack Braden, Vlctortn
ones get me an Invite? Mrs. Beg Klnney York with loads of laces and welcomed four gut at the re.
b Carolina" As you may have Say this thing could take the busy gal. She's employed ItW.NIJIJ. of Jackson Avenue entertained ideas. Ruth Gibson la on the Edith Murphy/ Rohaley, Mabel CUne Sllveitre Mary Pope lalaa gular misting of the Bonita Organic Club

guessed the closer we got to place of the bike idea. If I you know That's recently with their specialty last lap of a world trip. Each and baby girl. Spring Woman' Club Tuesday\ !Meets TuesdayThe
NX, the greener the trees became can remember to keep It to "she" with the "sexy" voice. a New England bean hole bean weak the sewers welcome back night In the clubhouse, M**.

and' the warmer it got myself eh?? Had a card from Sounds good. too. supper. Their guests were more willing workers. "r..Bu. B1RTIB1044i dames Era Mahodll and Mabl Organic Garden Club of
so I end up with a few feet die Lawrence Davidsons up in stopped by Kelly Road Beau Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Wicks of don, formerly president of the Mr. and Mrs. Barney Terry from Donna, and Wiiba Southwest Florida will miltTu..d.

of faded looking yellow bushes. Eagle Lake, Win, saying they ty Shop this week to get a haircut Naples and Mr and Mrs Earl Naples Garden Club has agreed Hubert R.uleraon-bab girl. refe Andrews from Miami and Jn. ., at T4S p.m. In In thCom.munlty .
Which means I shall have to expect to be back soon. and Mary Parrack there U Lucklns of North Naples to have a plant table at the 1045| Mr.and Mre.JoMParks. Hay* from Ohio Building DonltaSpring

go back next year and try again. How many of you have ever really having a "spell of fix- The Daughters of Ruth Sunday basaar, and Ruth Brtshear nminds Waggoner taby boy, Mr. and north Returned were after Mcxiam a summer In the attend* All for members the election are urgedto of
member to for the"Pink" Mitwl
been serenaded She has added a save Mrs. Jeff Bryint-biby boy, Mr.
at 3 a.m. by a in. new School Class met for their Blanknbkr EAKlthJoBn. officer
'
NO DEAL pair of raccoons? When I room, new chairs new dressIng monthly meeting at the East Kit.rkuDererutende Elephant table.Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Benjamin Can .-, mm. w/.!._ YIN. wucnrui.!
utters baby
boy.
Another thing we failed to looked out my window the re they tables and even a new glrllThe Naples Baptist Church, Tues aa Invitation to all members of laser Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mrs Mary Land mad a r*. LESSON' O'TRACCDYMl

do on our trip was find a rich were, sitting in a moonbeam girl Is Ursula Nash and day night. Those In attendancewere the club to help on the prepa. Robert Im l-Uby girl Mr. and port on the reran Councilof .* YORK (AP) ( jmmenrt.
farmer for my sister. We making rank amateurs out of will be working regularly with the Misses Jessie Keith- rations and attend the next meet Mrs. WUUam Fred AJdlaonbahyglri. Club niMtUig ,ins the Warren CammlxiW"
located a couple of good prospect the Beatles One has to havean Mary. The girls will not close ly Iva Klnney, Florence Book- inc on Friday, the 90th, at one The neat la a series of card a. I "manettul document rirpcrl"'

but when they fount w ear for that kind of musicI on Wednesdays any more but ere Anita McSwaln Thelma o'clock. Mrs Helen Homer will I047i Mr and Mr*. Louis Vic. pallor will be held Wednesday A""1II.t"'I'i lakovoN heed nittikOithodoay
that Marion not only cou l guess to truly_enjoy It. Anyway will be open six days a week r.lre.ult.lnes Guarlno, Marie be the hoataas on that Jay, tor McUod baby boy. house October tlUh, at )30 in the club. ( In the Amerl ahiy

plow or pitch hay but was afraid I.put an end to It with a .Touno,Barbara) Motes cones Johnson, Lena Williams.Jew- 10.20 Mr. and Mr*. Juan Ida The public' la invited lo ., ,thr events it deekribf
play the -'
of cows to boot, it was Just handful of 'gravel from the In a after school ll to help with ell Leigh. Virginia Dupree -4>*tiy girl Mr.and Mr*.George table and door lam of your and Choi *., eIWedb* 'M s, onitnuirti r*'
prizes, a o** fiat
no deal.LGte. driveway some of the beauty chores. Claire Alexander and Alice Re- Big Teen Dance Norman Cheaaer-4>aby &trl.II Cent, all for a donation of SO mlndot Itter "are Here
folks don't let fiifcci, \.InfurllIfWI'ely, almost uieUih4y
anyone tends. Hotu will be M...
gripe to you about high AIRY BITEI AILINGWe mil Mrs Dub Glover of This Saturday t"ur younfittn enjoy pta- ,,dame 011'111. Markoff, Mildred "u..l.rllludn which:
Ruth y>u might like 'lo add hilt mu.i be cnmbMled with
prices In Naples. A small see by the bulletin board are so sorry to learn Naples Manor spent last week ., Rlgg Margurll Me han sndMara everyaunt
a cup ,1( Ih. chopped oared of out will and
farmhouse out of mere will be a HOLLOW that both Mr. and Mrs. Ed end at Alachua Fla. There Naples area teenagers are. Meat! Drew, atrensihvlsilenlly
way town ,
cola t to> a *ti muffin mliiur endwilh every ">'''urt.c
EENE in the I Garman of Danford Street have visited Dub's reminded of the third A greeting card project will
unfurnished $85.00 per month. party recreation they parents Mr big Teen .based on two; cup of flour. i I be ..11o"III"'a'' fllltl "
A third-floor walk-up apartment hall Saturday October 31. been 111. Mr. Garman became and Mrs. J.H. Davis. Sue garnered Club dance which will be staged inaugurated shortly with the

unfurnished $87.50 and There will be prizes for costumes 111 first and spent over a week pecans from under the at the new community center

the taxes.-why those farmersare also trick and treats. in the hospital and the day trees and brought some back building Saturday from 7 30 to
taxed for everything but For more Information on thisor after he arrived home Mrs. with her. Ul30 p.m.

freezing. any other doings here In me t Carman was rushed to the hospital Airman Second Class Gary Teen Club members will be

At brunch Sunday there were Park wep your eye on the bullet J for surgery and had to G Glover son of Sue and Dub asked to pay U cents admission

28 of us. When they told us they In board I remain two weeks. Their two Glover and a buddy of his and the price Is 60 cents NICKS' i

had saved our chairs for us at Anyone planning on having a daughters, one from Miami and were home for two day last non-members, The Echoes AND :'LIQUORS
the head of the table and said Halloween party might like Bill I die! other from Pennsylvania week. The buddy Is Airman and two other local bands will

how much they had missed us, Tuck's version First of 4 came at once and stayed to take Third Class David Haygood provide the music.

I felt all warm and wonderful course, you invite a gang In C are of their parents when they from Atlanta. Ga. Doth boys Dance contests and prizes

until Juanita came In and Bald. for apple-bobbing,then for came from the hospital. The! are stationed with the air police will be featured at this dance. W9H. STREET SO MI 3-5555 20239th STREET, "0. MI 3-7222
"Welcome back" then announced refreshments serve frankfurters W.mono' son flew down f from at Cape Kennedy The! two previous Teen Club
that she had overheard the with the meat removed and ,Maryland twice to see the family. Mrs. Marion Marcum and Saturday dances have attracted Come in and view the most complete stockin

ladles say they had enjoyed being the skins filled with air. As I As soon as Mrs.CarmanIs children: are here from Oceanside hundreds of young people.

able to carryon I conversa- each guest takes a bite you I able to travel they wUl go Calif., visiting with her the south
tics without any interruptions yell "HOLLOW WE1NE." (You t to Miami tUlly with the daughter mother. Mrs. Ariel Stocks and

the put two weeks. What do can laugh anytime) t until after the holidays. her grandpa rents.Mr.and Mrs choice but to head for home

you mean, are my feelings Speaking of a chuckle or two, Miss Dorothy McCormtck Is U. Brundage, all of Lake Barefoot and In shorts,the fou r- Queen Anne Usher's Green Stripe
win-they were talking about wish I had been on hand with a mending college In Tennessee Kellr. some finally arrived home

I Ken, weren't they? tape recorder last Monday af- II[f r friends would like to write We are happy to learn thatRay (some 25 miles) tired hungry blended Scotch 4 ftlended Scotch Whiskey

The! Elmertnubswereback ternocnoreven my movie camera to Dorothy her address Box Chlldreas of Lake !Kelly and aching all over After a '
with us for brunch with !their when Bal Tuck went down lbs, Tent Temple College U home from the Veterans ball and a plate of food Wendy 16."' 16."

guest. Mrs. Bertha Llndgren to help a fellow launch his boat.The Chattanooga, Term. Hospital in Coral Gables We said! she was ready to go again)
of Indianapolis. Ind. BW !) owner of the boat was down Mrs. Marge chic bring and hope he will have a speedy You know what? That stuffs' Case $58.00 Case $58.00

Ermand told Kea and I that ey-he by the water letting out the Mr. and Mrs. Uchlld Cadleux recovery for youth)
and Mrs. DeyErmand staved cable on the boat trailer and made a hurried but delightfultrip It Is expected that Frank fre been thinking about bob Fifth $5.29 Yant a4 Fifth $499Guckenheimor

at the same old Southern Hotel BUI was up In his Jeep with to their old) home town In Amfcy also of Lake Kelly will and Mrs Adams. Bet they will

1 told you we staved at In Rad- his foot on the boat ready to Vermont last week. return soon from the Veterans be arriving back In Naples before -
ford Va. give it a show at the proper "Charlie" Watson remains Hospital Coral cables long
time. The time came- Bill cjilie 111 at his home on Jackson 1 don't know why anyone would Stillbrook

NOW, TOTHE NEWS gave the boat a shore and at Avenue QUEEN ENTRY object to thai music we hear +

Let's get on with some up- the same time yelled 'Crab Mr and NrI.RIchard Reden- Miss Wendy Dunham of Lake along Fifth A..,... 111M.kl I Straight ftourbon Wrihkey Blended Whla
to-date news about Naples the rope." The poor man look baugh and sons visited the Mel Kelly is a come use for swamp I mink we need that bit of pep 6 urn, OWe* .y

Land Yacht Harbor. First. I ed up at Bill and aId"What Germans of Sandpiper Street buggy
think It only fair to tell you rape???"* Then he realized his Tuesday evening.Monday by Combs Pun Oil nation our money.

that until we took this trip. boat was adrift out In the canal. night supper guestsof We understand via the f ripeIne. I read the following! to a bookI Fifth $3.49 TIUI Qt. 4.25

Ken and I had thought this mobile He calmly said."Dcrt worry "Doc1' and Marie Johnson that Wendy almoet bad haw beret "U w. persist
home park was about the It can't ga too far can II?" were Mrs. Harvey LaSagv and more than her share of swamp In sowing seeds of friendliness,

nicest one yet, but after seeIng Bill Just as unconcerned replied Mr. and Mrs. Homer Farrsr buggying last Sunday! she and ha'pfulness'' \ and good will all '.
so many along the way we ." Well now I wouldn't < three, friends left at eight along the way, we will fi dourselves e Whit. i McK.y'e

now can KNOW IT worry too much either because o'clock Sunday morning to go traveling "Happy Heller. 8LINOCO SCOTCH

ISI, No neighbors next door If b doesn't run aground by the your reservations In at once or by buggy to an IItIC It'. camp. Road" In the company of a host DRY GIN OR VODKA p While,

yet but lots of our winter folks time it gets to Dollar Bay you may be disappointed. This far from hen They left the of wonderful friends and "hugely 90" 10"B

ere back. On D Pier Mr. there are supposed to be some is a wonderful chance to hav e main trail to do some explore! enjoying lift to spUs of Its troubles. ,.11 QIIIf I'M' itted" I needed, '. S.e.,ln..

and Mrs.Charles Scnrecn. Des Ten. Thousand Islands out there, a foil week on board a beautiful lag la the woods and that was Wholamanwwlllbe S3.98 c...

Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Homer u It's bound to catch oa one ship wfeh dozens of good me stan of a!a the trouble.They olnj a rich harvest for our nU' Flhh $ ,89INVKH

Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. of them" friends to keep yon companyand got stack la knee deep muoC !later. yearsr' Bet that's true,

Paul Hanlon. (Mr. Hanlon By hat time the nice current all at a special price.Also, ftMDf get out, then the burn too.
bas retimed to Ohio had brought the boat 'back to there will be. bus to take "died" en them and theyhadno See you MH week

but wm return before the first the shore and the last I beard U to the pier and pick us op
of the year to be here permanently all was calm and the boat ownFor IS per person round trip. [I HOUSE to'

). On A PSr Mr. and er bad gone to town to buy This bus wta: take 38 people BLENDED SCOTCH Fifth $4.29
some of mat there and Interested U NAPLES
Mrs. Claude Ske+dan. On C raps anyone to FLY

PIer ).f,. and t.In.11n1 Volr*. A last minute warning to call us Wise Ml 34197 on or EZRA BROOKS STRAIGHT BOURBON
MIAMI $4.99
Mr. end Mrs. Walter anyone planning to go on die before November lOta. Soeomeon ,, .
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yon ride op and down each To ripU&

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glass rrrnfJ SI:1)NIpIes put I I.* looking forward
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LET HIM WITHOUT SIN- Are Costly VP Campaign


I NtttJ 4a Sideshows Paying Off?


BY BRUCE BIOSSAT

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1964 'I Washington Correspondent

* ** *** ** * ** * * * / New''paper Enterprise Alln.t .

.
TOUR WITH MILLER AND HUMPHREY (NEAl)
ON
CAN HereLaw
It Happen 1 c R4 'l4YT- i1c The two big vice presidential sideshows have to be putdown

thui far is of uncertain

and for law separate Ft. that 'can't The over-all coati appear headed for enormous heights
respect Lauderdale is something wonder when It ia all over whether it
strategists
Party may
ivllizatton from savagery. In this na- happen here'." It can and no community might not have been wiser to limit the travels of Democratic

IOn the breakdown In that respect ap- can afford to countenance it. / IN nominee Hubert Humphrey and GOP nominee William Miller

>roaches the point of crisis. The increase in crime has unfortunately a N sU -with more money channeled toward electing senators governors .

The FBI reports show a steady In. (or perhaps fortunately, depending Humphrey and congressmen is going about the nation with two prop Jets

:rease in crimes of all sorts, Includinghe on which way one looks at its) be- one mainly for himself and stiff, the other for the press andVIP

most vicious and violent. There Is come something of an issue in the presidential extras Miller is getting by with a single prop jet. But

KJ single cause of this, but many an campaign. We happen to see t these In 1960 are expensive President ships Lyndon B. Johnson, then the Democratic

authority considers a major cause to be it as unfortunate because this particularfield 1 vice presidential nominee, used a prop Jet for a while

jarental attitudes and a failure of train- Is one which certainly should be but gave it up. Neither his GOP counterpart Henry Cabot

at home. An administrative assistanto Lodge nor the two presidential nominees used anything so
ng handled by the Individual communitiesand
HawaII.
costly except for Richard Nixon's one Jet trip to .
the governor of Oregon recently states not by federal forces.

ouched on this In a speech dealing with Actually, there are plenty of laws POLITICIANS ARGUE, OF COURSE that there is always

he Labor Day riots at the resort town In already on the books, and a sufficiencyof good political point in having any top party nominee"second best"if show
They accept
to help spark the local troops.
seaside, Oregon, which were duplicatedn law enforcement agencies, to handle ,,' up they can't get the presidential bidders, as is always the

several other communities across the such situations at the local level but case in many cities and towns

tation. The rioters were well handled the one field in which greater effort is Yet some reports this fall suggest that the current heavy

st Seaside but only because the authorities Yet touring by the No 2 men is bringing good deal less than
needed is (you guessed it) the home. a dollar's reward for a dollar spent.

profiting from past experience, were And all the laws and policemen in existence A swing with the two candidates Indicates certainly that

trained and ready for just such an emergency. can't, and should not be expectedto the visible rewards are not uniformly Impressive. Crowdsat
outdoor rallies and curbside are often skimpy
take the of airport
place parental responsibility .
The governor's aide made It clear that to discipline and guide their children 4 .-.... sometimes good.IF

the riots were not, as some seem to believe In proper attitudes and conduct.It i\\, .i ': IT WERE NOT]; FOR TIlE FACT that Miller and Hum

lust the work of ". youngsters Is matter for : :i.:,.; :, \ : :. :'.: phrey constantly tout their respective No. 1 men and blast
an easy parentsin .. ... "' '''' "
lr '' .;t'''' .. at their rivals one could easily feel he is looking upon
letting off steam' just before the beginning communities that have not yet experienced ) :"" away candidates in some obscure Senate race.

of high school." A substantial youthful riots or crime waves to '; ",+ t The reports filtering In on Miller have been especially

lumber of those arrested ranged in age feel contempt for parents In areas that !f IRCM!' rough. Some GOP party men, contrary to the evident general
be hopeful he will not visit their areas.
& rule said to
from 21 to more than 25. have. But unless these extremely fortunate W: 0tL: ; .:':',", /-R"l'k, are moderates as one might imagine. Mil
". ,: .. ....,., Not all of these are
,, ,
Such riots of ,/ U" ": "; >"' :
are problems every (to date, that Is) parents take care ler's rapier thrusts are occasionally upsetting even to conservative

community. As the Oregon governor's to see that their own responsibilities toward leaders.On .

tide said, ". it Is a disservice to believe their children are carried out it The Best of BoyleBY the other hand a state chairman in a mountain state

that violence In a New York sub- CAN happen here. .. says"Things: have been looking better (for Goldwater here for

way or vandalism at Newport, R. I., or HAL BOYLENEW about the last three weeks. I date the upturn from the time

of Bill Miller's visit."
Yeah Men Are UglierGirls out The better known Humphrey generally tends to outdraw
. take you anywhere tonight,
YORK (AP) Hus. INDEPENDENCE: Mo. (AP) Miller who captured little national attention before his nomination
honey you've got another think
bandly remarks that make a Harry 8. Truman 1* bad national chairman.
his tenure as Repubican
than showed that with the single exception of wife wonder whether It's all coming. home In Independence after despite around the
smarter boys. prop-Jetting
are While Miller and Humphrey are
worth whiles Tell your mother to come and'1 nine day In a Kansas City hoeS
This will scarcely come as news to mathematics In the eleventh grade group, '"Yeah it'. not bad, but I till stay as long a* she want to -. pit aI. country on a usually crowded, multlstop schedule nomineesfor

girls of age or to married men. girls excel boys In scholastic ability and can remember how good It last a* long a* she bring along The former president, who II lesser but still Important offices are moaning for money,
any absolute wall with
the Is a
an
enough to pay part of the rent In the Republican camp cry
all "basic skills. .d when my mother cooked this 80, Buffered a cut over his right
It may, however, shake up boys and dish" and her share of the board." eye and broke two rib when he heavy undertone of anger.

young men, although even they must Being a male, we're not smart "Oh, hon, I forgot to tell you "I Ilk you In that new dress fell In the bathroom of his home

have a gnawing and growing suspicionthat enough to know exactly what "basic my boss and his wife are What do you mean, you've had Oct IS.
it for five yean? I never noticedit !
they are being consistently out skills" Include. But we'll bet our miser coming to dinner tonight But before." PHILADELPHIA AP) -
you dont have to bother to fix ( The World TodayBy
smarted by what in the id-Victorian era able IQ against whatever Is small enoughto up anything special." "For pet'* sake, what do we Clare Booth Luce former U.S

was euphemistically known as the fair make a fair bet that one of these "I stopped off for Just a cou. need with all that junk? We're ambassador to Italy and a i JAMES MARLOWEAsseeletee'
Just going on a vacation trip of
pit with the boys. If I miss the strong supporter Republic Press News Analyst
skills Is the Instinctive good sense to leave "
sex 822 train, be fur and meet the not settling the Far West Barry Goldwater for president
something tough like mathematics to "What do you mean, do I love was asked at a news conference
The latest proof Is provided by tests 7:19. In any case I'll catch the held to the Civil War and
8t03!! at the latest." you? What do you think I mar. Thursday night about Time WASHINGTON (AP) Two up
the very
given 750,000 California pupils In the men. "What rled you(or." magazine) endorsement at contradictions he revealed in his was parallelled In England
do
fifth, eighth, and eleventh grades. But the worst part of the whole thingIs anyway lust wives lie on do the all sofa day President Johnson most critical moment would be where Liberals, anxious for

These tests steady now, fellows that girls are prettier, too. and think up abuse to heap on BARBSBY "I don't disagree with them," enough to make President warred freedom against In all government directions
Hoover In
their hard-working husbands she replied. "They disagree a fascinating figure
when with me. I endorsed Goldwatei American history. Involvement or Intrusions.
they get homer
"We HAL COCIIRAN before they endorsed Johnson." He had Men and been a part Here the let-alone philosophytook
got a new girl In the
Mrs Lure, who was in Phlla.dalphla of the government In World War a turn after the Civil War.
stenographic pool at the office When crash red
And you a light to make a speech, 1* the U when, to survive and win, It with Industrialization leaping
boy, It she s looker? But don't be
surprised if that'awhat ahead business lot of
went all-out In got a
others what wife of Henry R. Luce, editorial using its re.
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Ihe'l I Ilk about her is that it leads to. chairman of Tim. sources and controls.But help directly or Indirectly,from
smart When I rIve her a .
e e a as President ia the the government and the Supreme
letter, she seems to know what I LONDON Liza Mlnel.
(AP) he Court right up to the
When a husband depression stopped far short
tatihe'i
want to
say even before I say II, 18, daughter of singer JUdy depression
of all-out
tt." going to a meeting the going in meeting the
Garland arrive In London crisis which treatened devasta. There were other voices, lessprevalent
"la this a home or a tent auspicious wife may wonder tonight to star with her motherIn
tlon worse than in the 19th centurybut
war.
full I of "meeting who?
Indian? Tell those kids their first full concert He Infinitely more influential
organized and distributed
to "
------ 1V be quiet. S e a "Judy and Uza have appeared relief for million oversea dur. this one, who talked governmentresponsibility.

'Now. let's get one thing Many letters written by together before" said a Ing and after World War L They had to wait
clear once and for all. Who do women are never delivered spokesman for Mis Garland But as President he would year to be vindicated. Hoover
you think rules this roost?" "but they never hare given a not give direct government helpto absorbed some of that, too.
"What do you want for Christ \ r complete concert before." the needy In the American It explains why although he
mal -a new ironing board or anew Their how 1* scheduled Nov depression Why The answer I* topped far short of using all the
lawnmower ? I 6 at the London Palladium In his philosophy. government' resources in the

"Why does It take you so longto He preached self-reifsnce, depression, h* went further to
get ready? We've been mar. calling It individualism. He combat It than any depression

tied 21 years and never yet because they serve as coat NEWS FROM thought all men should have president In history.

tot anyplace on time." pocket linings for forgetful WASHINGTONASSOCIATED equal opportunity for happiness! One example will show the
"Of course I wouldn't want to husbands. and fulfillment. long let-alon tradition In the

marry anyone else If anything e PRESS This, be felt, required a mini Whit House before Hoover ever
I. ever happened to you. Not unless Chorus gall and mum of interference by thegovernment moved there.
she had real money, any. 'love to hitch their guys or dependence on In 1887, when Congress passed
wagonto a bill to
give direct governmentrelief
way.
tar.It's ) Ralph
a ( It.It
"You carry out the garbage E.WASHINGTONJAP, scientist, was the dominant view In to droughUctrlckm: farm.
honey I'm tired." estimated today the Red Chi. the lath century In which he ers In Texas, President Cleveland

I "What In heaven's name do ness hare the capacity to>> grew up. ft was not his own vetoed It, saying "though
you need a cleaning woman for produce "a nuclear bomb amonth1 philosophy. He inherited it. the people support the govern
Don't we own a mop?" P1 and tie expect another There was a flaw In it which ment, the government shouldnot
''I dont know what happen test shortly. neither he nor many other ever support the people."
to all the money I give you. You Dr. Lapp based Pits eonclu. seemed to perceive All men, Hoover did far more In the
because of difference in birth way of using government re.
must put a match to It. fine to right dons on the Atomic Energy
put your and circumstances do not have sources after the crash than
"You go to the door honey Foot forward, but not too far Commission' announcement
I'm tired" that Red Chin*'* first test d*. equal opportunities. Cleveland might hare thought
on the gas pedal The view was rooted In 18thCIIItllJ" of but It wa still not enough.
'V you think I.m. ..going.... to rice apparently employed uran. ,
., lum-233. France and England In holding back on direct
Lapp worked on the first A. where men like Adam Smith felt relief to the needy he was In the

bomb project! but I* no longer government control had be. mala American stream up till
TIM Chrfcttu Mim Mwiller IJmtli1mIJ! J sf OIlltT.RO"" connected: : with the govern come oppressive and were sU. then.

1 *..'. salad marked ,.11...i ear*, bit this I* ,.18, tee far? .!! t.t'lA.OWt. inert' nuclear work.WASHINGTON fling and nations.In the development. of men
AP A
AvLR. .. \ I e t ( ) his "Wealth of Nation" In
federal appeal court hal set
ACROSS 28 Pitchers
32, Water M t It e 51.1'OYAP ... Monday noon a* a deadline forth IT7( Smith became the crest Today InHistory
I Sparkle rxxiltiJ6 ltAPeNAS t filing of any additional argu. spokesman for a minimum at:
6. Buckle
Snick! .l'1tT.Act"IRtD. marls on a Republican party> government interference then
Colorful or

r Are Flu Shots Any Good? I 11 12 bird Dory I?palm. Palm led\.,. OLcR..5oe WLD..TAR.. television petition asking time to match equal for a Sen.free ZOwnlnuie radio.Barry let-alone swept Thomas the Western Jefferson philosophy world.and which Andrew

Ooldwaier
n. Dog house S'hln' .01 VA..OatSliNO'lAIt.ARIO President John. Jackson felt the same By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
When winter cornea, cold are cent changes but points out that It 14 Amrtttioaal. 40. Spied broadcast by way. But Jefferson and Smith Today I* Friday, Oct. 13, the
not far behind. And often what has not yet tested It In an actual bird 41. Emulate 1 VA.ANO.PAN ion. Federal Communicationsommtssioe and others like them from 297th day of 1W There are 69
The
seem I bad cold turn out to beth Outbreak 1}. Rosy 41. Oriental ruled that John. before Cicero up till now days left In the year.
6AV t.tDD'I :
far more serious Influent. Q. When should It tn taken li Average Christian ion'* address last Sunday night were not completely realistic. Today highlight In history
The U.8. Public Health Benrlce does 18 Seeds !). Anolni had On this date la 1M4, the three.
They a mystical belief la
SOLUTION Of WWDAY Will In leadership In
A. As soon as possible. Generally on the change
not expect a major flu outbreak this 19 Fruit jukes\: 46. Ambrosia Chi. a natural law" more Impor. day Battle of Lerte Gulf start.
two shots are given about two the Soviet Union, the Red
winter, but cases are sure to de- 21 M dil. 47 I'aaiplrated 2 Bauwood 6 Hat a nuclear and the lint than any manmade law to ed. The defeat of a Japanese
months Doctors recommend mg nose explosion
velop. Some local outbreaks couldbe apart. 21 Chunk sounds J. Eternity notched the contrary that men were Beet enabled Allied forces: led
the vaccination be edge British election was a newt
completed by
48 Sycamore by Gen.
council 4, Turk
icrlous. Douglas MacArthur to
mid-December. 7 Ah worm vent and not subject to the not only equal but had a natural ,
A vaccine developed for use 25 Cr long E DOWN standardS 8, Cam right to equal opportunity complete the invasion 01be
Q. Who should tat M 26 Some I Voractoui SUM fight equal time law. Philippines
This '
assumption was
against the nu has existed for several 9 Ohttmem! to prrv.
years. Here In questlon-and- A. Ideally, everyone. However 10 Implore The law require that If dent U their time U U hardly t On this date
answer form. la Information about there are definite "high-risk" croup I J S I. 4I 1 /' 11 Vegetables 1 broadcast tine i* provided for coincidence that In the came to 1776, George Washington's
the vaccine and its use aa recom- that doctors advise to take the vac / 17 One Scot I one candidate for office, equal rear, 1776, Smith wrote his book troops withdrew from the Island
mended by the Public Health Bernice cine. These Include everyone over / 20 LAvas I line must be granted to other and Jefferson wrote the Dee. Manhattan.
: 43. pregnant women, and everyone n Crown candidates for that office. taxation of Independence. to 1929, tilt New York Stock
with weakening diseases such as I' ,fIS During the hour-long argu. manta droned down U billion
Q. What tin* of vaccine It Ut heart crla Without their belief U "nato. Ia; aa Galan *
of
disorders Illnesses
pulmonary 24 Corrupt I mess before the federal court cal, law" MUng.
A. R Is a kllled-vlrus vaccine: diabetes and Addlson'a disease. fa 9'f / 27 Small 1 tile GOP ad the FCC baaed Us I that Smith it could seem have impossible *". British Gen. Bernard
that U, tile viruses used are not alive Q. 7s the wccint tale ruling I on "erroneous factual producedh Montgomery broke the ,Axis line
tumor I "
"Wealth
I' II <* NatI... or it El
when vaccine Includes AUmefai
Injected. The 'fa and legal premises. and started hU
A Some people, particularly M Sword efferson( tile Declaration ofdependence.
various types of both the A, or drive I on Tag.
Asian, and B strains of known nu children may develop a little tenderness IlJ 1. If 0 1 shaped * * I Tee year ago A French.rman .
viruses. at the area of the Injection W Lauoet Nor was it odd U a practical I*
Otherwise there U no serious reaction. / 0 / I. 11 /: ;: ill II U IIuu 11 ConduM COLLIER COUNTY NEWS I ray that Jefferson and Jackson I agreement. wa reachedi",8"'J
Q. How it M taHey[ giving West
tlfectlvi However the vaccine Is produced 12 Lob" rot I iKNACk CHANCE.: Lee..*'-'- 1 ranted limited government. I
A. Trials indicate the vaccine has In eggs, and person allergicto ,. .5> n Svaigbm MOMAS MA VI*. AuMUte U_ They were living ia aa early live y.ir ovrl been from to to 80 per cent effective. eggs as a food should not take the 14 Black bin! AftSHALk WYATT Av M....." ,LIIt.rtea. mostly acrlcultwal I ago Wa aDd
One problem' la that the flu virus vaccine. IJ1 % I"tu 0" JS TrtuJ9 Leaaa.d deity. ue.pt Monday. ,where people could be and often I tattled their arming

strains change periodically, making Q. How soon after the vaccination 4i 4. Uasque IM SN. astyria*..'*r Cmae ta..ResSSS PuMnftMi < C:r i iC 'I ad to be self-dependM i 1M rut PakisUaJndla c
existing vaccines less effective. The it computed does U provide 04' CMC* I m. Ml V..,iftft 7.._fc South. .*... Their was a dUterent AaerU u.r: : Free
Public Health Service lays the current protection? 143 M 12 Mil I r.: In H?. DM* Mail, .ttn f 0 4 a from thl* one, heavily la.ustrlaUxed One tear ago Th Earl of

vaccine includes the most re- A. About two weeks. ,beverage vo.Ww Mtlwey. liar M ." t with Most people ia ]flume renounced
hi titles be.
44 Drink d.wrtmlLM"ud 4 eWes and therefor isterdep.n.The ,
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NtvYORK tAP) Viewers .., -
sn likely to become more and .. GIll
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Politics In Jax Police more grateful that there Is at .1-;: '. "
leant of the .
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JACKSONVILLE irf C I\S' "The Defenders," at we .. .. .... .
(AP- The also presides ss chairman of the move deeper Into the current
Jacksonville police department City COBUBiMkW. television season.It .
Is manipulated by politicians to Barn*, who I* campaigning for -- script ring broadly from
the point where corruption with. governor a* the Democratic the warm and sentimental, like 1
in the force U Inevitable, said nominee, dented la Tempe that the excellent "700.Year.Old :: ",
a report by the International As. the Jacksonville police depart. Gan.'" j few weeks hack, to the
Delation of Chiefs of ""tar. m e n t i* "mantpulatable" as br,' ,II'+ humorous, like Thurs. ..
Tin 40D.Ixge report, financed charged and said appointmentsare ia\\ night's "Conflict at Inter \
by the city and made public controlled by Civil Service eM.' Hut no matter what then
Thursday found inefficiency Placing political leadership ,.'v1, the material and characters .
throughout the department. and police administration la one ai e usually Interesting, the
It cited failure to take'actionwhen nun has a long history of police tipjimpnti civilized and the
all officers were arrested service fallen, the report said, rrxliatlon polished
for taking bribes orders to keep and It added that when this hap. ihursday effort, however ,- 7r'
quiet while the county solicitorwas penal < > pretty far out even for
investigating the bribery "Integrity and impartiality In "The Defender" I was baaed
charges too much brass as the administering criminal Justice >in a libel suit brought by an
result of political maneuvering must suffer. A police department exjaosive avant garde play. \
political tasks being assigned to become manipulative. And a wright against a ratter silly < .
policemen unkempt policemen mantpulatable department be. British critic But the most at / -
poor morale and low public re. come corruptible and usually the story was the Mile of wtte $l'f
Bard for the force between Clever woman lawyer
corrupt. .1 a : r
Mayor Haydon burns was crlt. "Then it draws not only from r .:. and) the father-son team at at. J\\ I 'a
ictzed for keeping some mem. the public till, but also from a torne>'a. rat. 1 "A
beta of the force answering dl. network of vice and rackets \ r rsually. E. 0. Marrtall'e role
rectly to him instead of to the which fester beneath the com. ,\ U that at tern and r .muses
police chief. As mayor-commls. placency of a city." defense counsel. with an taut HAIr:!: KI.MOUB.: away out front n.' jolfd"I1'jUUll1hl'l' ,
liner of Jacksonville, Burns Is The report said the depart. EXTENDING .1 1 fn-ndh 1 \' 'itnl; 'I .,"I' II ,'l. "m.,.. t t., \ i IB P' -i.n.\l, golfer\ from Robert Reed, who play out- official tournament MUKH i I' hark
administrative head of the city's ment I I. reasonably financed "Bah< Mart, ( I ) and a I<"MM .oi 1 .., m.tt ( .u hilt I in, 'a is HoycoBolton his sun Perhaps the program on tin ml at the neach Club for the PGA tours
police and fire departments He stifled and equipped to success manajffi I <>,f the Wood, I'hryslci-PIv) !mouth\ fnni, "n the North trained on.'. credulity In suggesting nWnl mid\ 1'.-\s "It's a thrill to be hack In Nit pU.< "
fully perform Us mission but Trail Hart, from" the (C'mintn Club of, MIHMU' ;, recipim-att-d; with a that Junior was really Sec !st.iix. ( NEWS phot.. )
lacks capable administration. two-under-par 70 in the tournament yesterday. NEWS photo) big naive kid. It WM hard to
Political manipulation of the .believe I the established taraaDer
department has become so serious could a. so. commpletely 1-en Famed Elmore

Defense Chief says the report that city decided the Olympics presented in by the pretty lady lawyer' Harry
Startling very obvious femme fatale tie.
councilmen and commissionersoften HungariansDefect a good opportunity to go to the e e tics I
direct the use of specific United States where they have
officer for political tasks relatives (Continued from page 1)) But It was all In rood fun and
Sees No Need a nice chance of pace for the Still Has The TouchA
"On of the major flaws of The three were said to have com In a lifetime "than in all performer and audience.
the Jacksonville police Is that it Ask picked up visas for their Hun. previous history," they said The hardJuc: show of the
.
fuses
politic and admlnlstra.tlon tartan passports at the U.S.
"This mean not only that the
season U CIid'"The Entertain.en. earns this fall when "Not:>' [hams
the Miami Monday
report said "for po. Embassy. night into
To 1 Up BudgetWASHINGTON lice to work under such circum. Japanese police who escortedthe Church must ,change Ills all in institutions order to, ." The variety start hour got off to evening brought the famous golf climbed out of the butt" m "'
a wobbly with ma
stances, Integrity and Impartial. three to the airport and kept itself but that It is poor tournament arorer Hurry Elmore the cellar to number tw"> loam;
preserve .
( rial When It was beginning" to
ity in administering criminal U.S. AsylumTOKYO them away from newsmen called by God to change in or. shake Carol ill from Puerto Rico, the put of In the national football., tan'".(","
(AP) Sec. Justice must suffer," said the re. questioned them before they der that It may serve" down Burnett his last m'urlnll.llln""t. Elmore's interest 'H" Notr
retary of Defense Robert S. Me. port, made by A. Everett Leon. embarked and said they w.re The 1,800.word letter regard tap Mar, entered a hospital for Elmore was quark to say it Dame dates bark to the time ofKmite
Namara says neither the Krem. ard of the field service divisionof (AP) Three Hun. satisfied no duress was in. ed a* a keynote, guiding docu.prnt and ratted treatment of a neck: was ''It pleasure to be back Rockne. for IS y".u" D.
ion shakeup nor Red China's the International Associationof garisns one a member of his volved. ment for the Church In the ensu. back Injury. scheduled to in Maple and 1 work wtth the more worked along with the (am.ou .
nuclear detonation will bring Police Chiefs nation' Olympic team de Airport sources said the men log three )years must be read Imogene Coca turned an ladl* oi tho tfc>*i",iui, "".Utar," ash' acting, jf iifft. lit athletic .
any significant Increase In next Charges of police corruptionand fected today and flew to the had through ticket to Chicagoand from the pulpit of all Id nearly guest star tonight and will la coring! Hi", I'GA tournament. photogi apltei and itibllcttragent. .
ankle Wednesday night
year's military budget. low moral had been hurledat United States to ask for asylum, would transfer to a flight 10,000 parishes within the nest whe.l.chair. Repenting 4 'lomplunent h. has Altogether he nod' 12
In
Speaking of UA nuclear Burns during the 1963 cam. Japanese police reported. The for Washington.!: month. appear. if possible, a liven the Uitlea before .he. ealdl year In this rapacity 'I i Notre
might Thursday at a news con. palm for mayor. After the elec. two other Hungarians were Hungarian officials at the The pastoral letter cam at "". ImltHa have the Matt eeor. Dame.
will be unable to do
ference he said "these forces lion, he asked that a profession tourists here for the Olympic! Olympic Village Insisted they the end of two week of leglala.tlve But she comedy sketch Ironically a. tog s\tein In the ..olllttr)'."
proposed
are adequate to survive a sur. al study be made and the city Oames. knew nothing about the defec.tion sessions and worship by the called "Nurses and Doc In the laM few months Q.
prize attack upon this country, council paid $23,800 for the re. The Olympian Andras Tore, and said as far as they Church' convention the gov. tors." more reported scoring tovma*
and survive with sufficient pow. port."We U, a good-looking youth who knew no Hungarians were miss. erring body for 3V. million Ep Recommended weekend view merits in Ctonrgia. Mississippi, PO INS I'aV1'It
er to strike back In such a way found the major weak finished fourth In the Canadian log iscopallani, which meets each Alabama, Arkansas Louisiana.Texas
as to assure the simultaneous ness of the Jacksonville police canoe singles, was the first Iron three years. Ingi Oklahoma, Jamaica, anti; ;
destruction of the Communist department to be the manner in Curtain sportsman to defect The bishops called for Tonight "The Reporter, Puerto Rico.
Chinese and the Soviet socle. which its resources are direct. during the Tokyo Olympic Runaway Boys working partnership evergreater In-CBS, 10.11 (Eastern Standard Thrill and unusual Incld.llt.IclOmpanl't"l DII ILL
ties." ed, managed and Games which wind Saturday Time) lUBponse story about
controlled up his
hers
the worldwide golf
Anglican com.
McNamara said It Is too earlyto the report said "Capable ad. The other two m.n. Danes Found In Record monies of which It Is a part, saving a girl on. the ledge of tI0 would Mil page, but he admit. DANCE
>story building
assess the military slgnlfl. ministration was found to be Xovacs 42, and Karoly Molnar, Time By PoliceFortyfive and also "ever widening ecu. ted his greatest thrill of the yearTweed's
cance of the ouster of Nlklta wanting" about 38, were reported to have menlcal encounter Saturday "Hollywood
within the Palace ABC .
Khrushchev and other changes minutes after Naples whole company of Christ's peo. 9t30.2Q30vsvie.ly Fate Live i HrvJH .
In the Soviet hierarchy Howev.I Police received word last pie." program.Sunday "acth Century" Willlim Tweed tho New -10 A IlIWNFKs:
er, he voiced confidence that the I night to be on the lookout for The bishops also urged more CBS, o.6ilO (Eastern Standard York City politic! boss wassailed RIVER ROADSAIl'HDAt
States'
United forces present and battlefield COD"'OolIonal NOON A STOCKS two runaway 15-year-old boys generous giving In behalf of Time), a study of political but escaped to Sniln., Nll.lll I
nuclear weapons strength are I from Charlonvtlle, Va., !they other needier churches. smear (tactic; "The Rogues," The Spanish government liter IMF h: WTI! '
enough to protect national security wire found and placed in cus- NBC, 10.11 UghlJiearted.. adventure returned him to the United
"for the foreseeable fulure. CALL TilE NEWS FOR by a family d modern, States, where he dim) In
." > NEW YORK (AP)- Storks at/noont\ tody.the call was received by police RUBBER STAMI'S confidence men. prison '

flU there should be any IndIcation .''AWsClial ,11,% FlaP'L 13%' N.AmAT II% at 8:08 p.m. ads few min ,. or.. '... ---r---: '11 ;;; ;,,Jr.... I
of significant increases In Alcoa IOIA" Ford 60 Y. Penney U% ute later Officer! Gary Young
Soviet forces, or Soviet military AmAir 4'7% FrmltDa 127,4 PRR U% spotted the two boyi walking
budgets, for example, we shall AmCan 4'% FreptSul 431,1 P.pColl III"'. across the Day Bridge and stop I
be able to take the necessary AmC'an It'll Fru.bTr 13% 'htUlor 78% pod them. who were Save Up To 8150.00 YearlyIn
step to counter these increases AmMot 111,1 GenDyn ae'4 PhtlIPet 11I'1e en rout to Miami. ire being
before they are effective," Me ATAT 11'14' GtnEI IS% RCA 32% held for their parents
Namara said. AmTOO 85'/e' GeDl'd. 821/ RepSU 481AmpuCp ,,
All this suggests that the mill l1'le GenMUla 45',1, Revlon 3e'4 Hull Maiiit>
tary budget for 1968 will again Anaconda 111% GeRMtn lOO"Ie ReyTob U% COURT DRAMA iiaiic fr 3
call for spending of about $50 Armour 13% Goodrich 1011e StR'I' 13
billion. ACL SO Goodyr U Seaboard 1111% GRAHAM. N.C. (AP) Pm..-
The defense secretary said Babcock 871,1 Greybnd .3% Sean n31,1' outing witness Robert Harvey.
the United States had anttd 0u1I00 Slnclalr 10'1e testifying a larceny cut, ...
paled for about three years B.&ttGatt 40 Honw U511. Bacon, 8511e carried away' with later priKer.ting t
Communist China's successful Boeing 13'11 JntHan 131,1, SouthnC 111',1, *, then wa* carried aw saei
detonation of a nuclear device Borden 771,4 JntNlclc lllliI 8P1rryR 15Brunswk himself.Harvey.
last week. B't IntP& SSIIt SlBrand 78CaterTr heartily approve !
"The actual detonation, there 1'1% .lone.'L 82S1t 8tONS 181,1. testimony of another witnei. Hispplauded.
for., does not require any Celanese tI'I lWaAl II'Ie Siudeball she res..
change in our strategic nuclear Chrysler n ItID'eott 13% Swift 53Cocacola Superior Court Judge James I t l I
forces or the plans for those 1311/ Ur'M IlIIe Texaco 1'71,1 Ls hrs of Burlington turned <.
CornEd 5614 the bailiff. Deputy Sheriff. Lonn,<
forces, he said.Describing Loch'd 171Tblokol UConEd1. %
the device in the nlla LorWard/ 4511e UCarb UI'1eCOItCu Craven" with two dirtiltve .li
pioneer Chinese atomic blast a* 1Z'1e MII'voI St'li VnltAirc IIW.DowCh. "amiff bring that man 'iphere.
primitive "large and unwlel.dy" 771/4 MM&M 101/4 Unrrult IS'1a ." Sheriff, put that man ,r ._ _ _
and 'difficult to deliver"McNamara duPont 27'11,1 Mohasco 14% VSStMl II jail. The citation; contrmpi' '
said "U represents EAL n Mou'to I2Y. VnIM" 1I% of court
a technology comparable to that E.Kodak 131% MontWd u w.lteEl 42'4 Harvey completed one of th<
of our devices of It or more Firestone 41'4 NatDalr 13 WIMDla 181" ,horter jail l terms on rei"rel i
year ago." FIaPW 111 NatDllt ZS'Iii WooIwth ZS'4 one hour.Chevrolet's Mt

McNamara predicted It will _
be many years before China can r r1 1 1Ve've LLew
"obtain the capability to inflict

or nuclear on our damage allies"on this country I I p.L ahwr '

Their air force now, he said,
is "small, relatively obsolete1 LC\\ tor L
and composed of about (0,000
men compared to the (00,000 lathe
V A Air Force. IT

Many of China's planes are .....
obsolete SovtaUnillt was .. ....
which he said, nave short ., _
ranges and "no capability of "' I Ic
carrying the type of nuclear {' : -aaa"ae"

weapons that China is likely to
have at any time in the near
future."

# 1965's '

Joe Bonnano's \ taken n;,( worry) and uork out of boating; with

a new concept in boat utorajfp tremendous advantages

Son MissingIn to the heat own on!

IMPALA SUPER SPORTS IMPALA FOUR DOOR HAIDTOFSCHEVCUE'S
New YorkNEW illlfh and Dry Storage llrnmat-a .XDtM4vtottom Whon you return you merely tie up to the dock
AND CHEVY 2'SAt
Police painting. No fMlinir by Marine Growth. and fo( homeV. fl U> th., "rk take your
reported YORK today that(AP)the- son ofkidnaped any moment the 0 M strike will end tour boat doem't stay tin th"I. tr, where .it 'I"otl out of the u atn A ,..t' ""rr the hull& with

Coca Hoetra chieftain an till up with rain. No In., (In breast) No freffc water and store it hixh and diy until

Joseph (Joe Bananas) Bonannoha orry on sour part about your >",at sinklnjc. > "" 1ft ftiIa4 y for your next r>"*unjr excuntkon.WRatl .

act been eeen since his fa* LARGE SHIPMENTS EXPECTEDCome lust 1'1IN a call on nwr wav if, the MsrinaA'e the coat ? $1 on i p," month per foot
then wa* reported grabbed oa \ have teat. rocks >, 22 ft.
can your Wit of thr storage aiiq we/rt equipped U hiinflli "eta up to :
Park Avenue early Wednesday. nd Into the water ea***.t l up and rtady.
B wa* aot Indicated, however or you to K<* .to I'fc' Minutes
whether tt wa lilt that the soa
In and look them over and drive them.
might have boa kidnaped, or
whether be was to biding Wo will give you Top Deals on oS's In .to
WeTe still looking tor klm." boat and motor d..l.rM&MMARINA
aid New Tort City Detective
Li. Tbcfaaa Casalne. "Of We have several I964'i left. Ivy these at
coarse, we want to question

aim.The" son, Salvatore (Bin) Boo BIG SAVINGS)

aaaoo, 33, resided I* East Mea. ,
dow oo Long IsUad. Pits wire la
a allow of the late Brooklyanderworld

leader Joseph (OLIve ......" !the Gordon liver Iridae on TsmJsml Trill
at)Protac1. INGRAM CHEVROLET
The yowger Ronanoo' wife ,
M Midway R-A656EVINRUDEMOTOAU!
told detective: ae aad tot been
home place before the father DO NINTH STREET, NORTH NAP1IS PHONI
dUappeared aa4. she did sot
know wtttre he waa. "Smal enovflh for penonal aervke largo enough to serve yWmmmmm
The family ass act reported
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Naples Junior High Braves To Fight Order





Rolls Over Clewiston ... e. Blocking Atlanta Move



Taking charge of the game through the llm. Donovan step- NIW YORK (AP) The Milwaukee County Commission

tn the opening minute, Naples ped back and fired 18-yard Milwaukee Braves, determinedto by: a Wisconsin Circuit Court.As .

Junior High's football team touchdown pass to Da.... Morton move their franchise will a co&fiequeooe, the league
added the r seek to set asides court order decided at special meeting to
trounced'W-0. In the Clewlsron Naples home last night open- run, 130. extra point on a that blocked their initial effort delay any vote a of approval until . . . . . . ... . .

to play tn Atlanta next the dub la free to leave
:year. legally
er before In the second Mike
a crowdof quarter
more ,
good Matuslak The Braves' board of dlrec. Wisconsin. 6 COlliER COUNTY NEWS N.plw' fla *nd. October 11, ,Itj
than 400.It Intercepted a
pass
tori was all set to ash for Na. The county bases Its case on a
was the second victory to put Naples In business on Uonal League approval Thurs. breech of contract since the'I

against a loss and a tie for the Naples 48. It took four day but was unable to do so 81'''''' pact provides that the

Coach Bill Marshall's team. plays for the Panthers to score because of the temporary re. dub perform at County StadiumIn

The Panthers will have a full again. Morton gained four,Davis straining order awarded to the Milwaukee In 1965.

week to prepare for their next lost one, and Donovan went William Bartholomay, chair

opponent. Punta Gorda which eight yards around right end man of the Braves' board of

pays a visit the night of Octo- for a first down on the Clew- Me!"' directors, acknowledged the r
ber 31. Uton 43.From. legal maneuver was a tempo. _

"They won because they there Donovan pitched SEC Lead At nary setback but expressed e Jf'
confidence the club will be able _
wanted to play football" Marshall a pass to end Doug Peterson to show cause before Circuit /

declared after last night's who caught the ball on the Court Judge Ronald Dreschernext

contest. "It was a real team IS and raced into the end zone Stake As Bama Tuesday why it should be _

effort." Coaches Marshall and unmolested. A run for the extra permitted to leave Milwaukee e %

Glenn Stanley substituted liberally point was unsuccessful, and it "We feel confident we will be v1I _

for most of the game and was 19-0 at halftime able to present a list of deter

everyone who dressed out saw In the third period. Naples Meets GatorsTUSCALOOSA mining factors which make It _

some action.Clewiston. twice recovered free balls Imperative for us to move the

was forced to punt after Clewiston players touched Ala. (AP) club," he said. _
i
on the first series of the Naples punts. Davis alertly i ih National powers Florida and "It 11 our firm belief that we

game and tailback Bill Donovan pounced on the ball each time. Alabama pit their thunder and have exhausted every possible ,
means to keep' the franchise In _
put Naples on the scoreboard The effect was that of a 69* perfect football records against Milwaukee"

when he returned a punt yard sustained drive.ANOTHER each other Saturday. At Tuesday's hearing in Mil. _
The Southeastern Conferencelead
64 yards down the west side waukee It will be decided
line behind good blocking. A TD TOSS h ,: national ranking, a chanceto whether an injunction shall be ? )
? make SEC
: history a to.
step
low pus from center foiled the On the second punt play Davis :. .. : .. ward a bowl bid, revenge these granted against the proposed

extra-point run, and It was 6-0. recovered on the Clewiston 31 n, :'''' ? '... are some of Ingredients. move. ,r ..u
.1. ,
On the first : V w Should an Injunction be .uL
On Clewiston' next series, play,Donovan again Alabama hasnt forgotten It grant R :
two 15-yard penalties forced threw deep to Peterson who : : :' : was Coach Ray Graves' Florida ed, It would be a severe blow to ..

the Tiger juniors back to their scored standing up. Donovan :..,. Y 'k team which Invaded Tuscaloosa Atlanta's hopes of having a ;&' .. .

eight-yard line, and Bobby Re added the point 26-0. .. '; a ; ; wrN last year and walked off with a major 00a. league club In 1963. A 52,. ti"'''
.. eat stadium .
costing $18
dish's punt got only as far as Clewiston finally got Its first ... 00., .;., :", 10.6 victory the first loss at million Is 4q'ry
the 22 before going out of first down of the game later ...... : ,., ..... .......-' ...... ,.1 home for 'Bama Coach Paul was expected halfway to completedand be ready ".

bounds Naples scored In three In the quarter on a penalty Bryant. for the Braves next April. ..
GAME CAPTAINS for the Eagles] against Cardinal !- Craves
plays. But a few plays later Davis would make SEC his. This possibility did not
Wingback Jerry Davis gained picked off a Clewiston passon Mooney tonight are Richard Woodruff (left) tory it he beats a Bryant teamon weigh heavily either appearto on the NEW RECREATION ASSISTANT Bob
and John Bass. Both senior ends who Alabama
are soil two
won
his 40 and returned It 28 :years run. Braes or National League left chats with Recreation Director
one yard on a reverse and fullback nine. ( )
Tom Morton yards to the Tiger 32. A varsity leers last year. Woodruff has been get President Warren Giles, who in front of
got three Third-ranked Alabama, 5-0 ser department headquarters
ting in work at wingback this week in said
some an the had
personal foul moved the ball the league empoweredhim Jenkii
this year leads SEC In al. community center building. Jenkins
effort to strengthen Naples' injury-riddled back- to call another
special
the 16.
to
most ever offensive statistic. duties the week.
at this
Eleanor DuBane In five running plays the field. Kickoff tonight is at 8. (NEWS photo) The Crimson Tide will start were meeting free as to soon u the Braves department (NEWS )

Panthers covered the distance with quarterback Joe Namath move
f...,!,.vnraaaVtnnor, 1"' & .....'" .........> who "I anticipate another league
Donovan 10 and first bounds offense has can pass opponents crazy
got a on now. It As recreation assistantder u
meeting the
Eleanor DuBane won top honors down when he found running Favor Indiana the look of a team which has and then take a rest and watch straining order as soon Is lifted as -which re. Robert Jenkins Director Julius Less

In Class A at Big Cyprus room around right end. Three Just Jelled." as substitute quarterback Steve should be soon," he said Jenkins plans to help out

In the weekly tournament span plays advanced the ball to the Over Miami InTonight's The Hurricanes lost to Flori. Sloan Namath takes Is still up where recovering he left from off. Another reason the league New AssistantAt supervising active sports a

sored by the Women' Golf Association. two and Donovan went around da State and Georgia Tech. delayed Its rote which had IY. assist In administrative war
a twisted knee and will be "at
right end for the score. Mat Then, showing a rapid Improve 73\ cent try aspect of being In favor of He said he first came I
per strength Bryant :
Tilt ment each week, they held Call. 'Rec'
Inez McCune and Evelyn usiak also circled right end fornla to a 8.'? derision and ,the move, was the threat made Dept. Naples with his parents in 19

Bruni tied for top honors In for the final point of the game MIAMI (AP) The Indiana fought Pittsburgh's elght.polnt said."We have a lot of respect for ;by man Eugene of the Crobschmldt Milwaukee County chair on brief fishing trips. The

Class B. Millie Banks won Late in the game Donovan Hoosiers, Invading Florida for favorites to a 20.20 tie. Florida and we know that I Board, to sue the league and the Robert Jenkins a retired Air stayed at the old Naples flea :

the low pun honors. completed a 23-yard pass to the first time, tangle tonight Indiana, after losing three they'll be mighty tough" said I other nine club owners, u well, Force career man began his Hotel and young Robert wet h I
H was announced there will Davis on the Clewiston 16, but with a hungry Miami football straight by a total of 10 points Bryant. "We want to win, of I Lf approval was given new duties as Naples Recreation line on the already-famous f n I

be 'no tournament next week Naples lost a scoring chance team which has one of the best to Iowa, Oldo State and North course, but like I said before.we'll "We're ready to carry this to Department assistant this fishing pier.

as the "Reserve Members"of when a low pass from center records In the country against western made Michigan State "have to play over our I the Supreme Court, U neces. week. Fishing from the pier stl I

the Florida Senior Women's on the next play bounded off the Big Ten.Indiana Its first victim last wnek.' heads I lary," Rice ..ald.WilhJ. Jenkins spent 20 years and is Jenkins' favorite avocatior
said the
Golf Association will be play- Don Llghtner'a leg and into the Is a seven.polnt favor the Bryant outcome of four months In the Air Force He Said he holds a couple <
would
Ing at the club. lie, as Big Ten teams invarla. game depend on who and for five of those!
hands of Clewlston's John rmmmJTOKYO makes the fewest mistakes years local records such as hooktn
bly when
are they come here.
Brown But Miami has come oft with Nlntturanked Florida, not received training In all phases 103 mackerel !in one afternooi

Naples picked up 115 yards seven victories In 10 games with (AP) A Silk mistake-inclined brings an of. of recreation worn he said. and M snook In a three-mond

Hits Twin Double through the air on four pass Big Ten members smooth inspired United States tense with explosive speed whichcan He also served,as in air, traf early-summer period.BOWLiMG.

J completions in five attempt, The Hurricanes have .on.'twO' basketball team, stung by wide strike from the ground or :: fin centrolfcrl. Bonf=! ahd' tala* e I 'J/i ate ., .
For Second Day ana added 30 net yards on the from Michigan State, one from spread peculation that their air. Quarterback Steve Spurrier, ad In Miami, Jenkins moved to .r

YONKERS N.Y. (AP) ground. Clewlston's total offense Iowa, three out of four from Pur. Olympic dominance was at an a sophomore, plays with the Naples IS months ago. He is {
Ernest Dahlman Jr., the u.e".old was 43 yards Lost fumbles due, one of two with Northwest. end, crushed Russia '73- 9 today coolness and persistence of a 41 years old.Seminoles.
, delicatessen clerk of and several penalties hurt era, and lost one to Wisconsin.But and won the gold medal for the veteran Pros lit IS FUN ATBROOKSIDEI
Patchogue N.Y. who hit a $171' ,. each team. the record isnt the reason sixth straight time while Joe IN four games, all victories
084.60 Twin Double at Yonkers the Panthers defense why Coach Phil Dickens of the Frazier of Philadelphia won the the Gators have lost only two !
Raceway Wednesday night In Leading on Boosters Is taking tonight's heavyweight boxing title. fumbles and had five passes In. By HERSCHEL NISSENSON

partnership with his father, hit were Monty Hackney Davis game very seriously. The Soviets, however, tercepted, none of them crucial. Associated Press Sports Writer Face
the TD again Thursday Larry Lee PetersonSteve "We're Impressed by Miami's grabbed off boxing and gymnas. The team's leading ground More than OOOO fans will

This time the payoff was a Schrtmsher.Phll Flnley Light- defense" Dickens said, 'and tic medals at a peU.meU rate gainer Jack Harper Is a doubt. pack Detroit's Tiger Stadium Virginia Tech
measly, In comparison, $899.00. nor, and several others they're coming by leaps and and overtook the United States ful starter, but Graves has other Sunday to discover what hap.
..In the total medals' tabulation good runners He said he would pens when an Irresistible force
' on this last full day of competl. run captain Larry Dupree at a the Baltimore Colts meetsan At HomecomingTALLAHASSEE
&5 Comet completes 16,200-mile durability run tlon In the 18th modem Olym. halfback spot and John Felber immovable object the

at fullback. Detroit Lion .
pica
The game is for first place In (AP)- Florl. tj3.I.
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from Cape Horn to Fairbanks Alaska, in 40 days -- the National Football League's da State University eyed for a .

Western Conference and high possible Liberty Bowl bid, tight :
ened up Its faulterlng defensesand .. :"
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full scjied.ule.
lights a !
seven.game
., .
.t livelier Ctmtt" proves ease added three new ground
>,
'
anal, why It'i the Werld'l Dunilllty e'l The Colts have won five gaining plays for Saturday's

Chtmplta., Uses thaw.reom straight since an opening game football game against Virginia Next week all bowlers

F1 "models In day>and-iilght defeat and are the only team in Tech. will have an opportunity to
grind Iran the btttem te the the league with more than 200 "This Is the toughest part of help our Bantam and Ju

ten *' the w.fld.FAIRBANKS points 203, to be exact. The our schedule," said Coach Bill nlor bowlers as weU as
high-powered offense Is keyed to Peterson "By this time of the have an opportunity to wina
Oct. 22 Thru all the teams get better
quarterback Johnny Unltas, the .t..on. nice Imported bowling bag
/, Mercury Comets today finished, NFL's top passer, and halfback and things get tougher." or transistorized fire.man'a .
a run no car hat ever attempted "Even our Radshiita( give our hat. See them both
Lenny Moore the scoring leader
in to short a time-the rugged with 60 points, first team a heck of a battle" on display at Brookslde,
16,200-mile grind from Cape Peterson said the Tech players .
and ask at the desk for details.
The Lions on the other hand
Horn to Fairbanks. had a couple of things going for .
are only 10th In scoring but
En route, day and night the them.
their staunch defense has yield.
:i cart had no major repairs toilroutine ed only 11 points, by far the best For' one thing, he said, it's We wish welcome King
That'i homecoming In Blackaburg Va.,
mimttnince mark In the circuit. Detroit has Insurance Company and
1965 Comets and the team will be sky high
a ample proof that a 41.1 re-'ord so the winner will Fuller Industries to the
are powerful and tough, not jit be all alone atop the West. In spirit For another he said, ever growing list of span.
to ? yd'-: .- lively and beautiful Milt Plum will have to go the the entire student body gets awetk.nd ears at Broolt de. At.
route at quarterback for the pass for a football vie. tendon la called to the

I hr Lions Earl Morrall, who had tory."We're new telescore sheets do.
I just about won the No. 1 job playing against the sated by Woodson Inc.,
"
_ whole student body. he said. distributors
of Seattest
broke Ma collarbone last week.
But FSU undefeated In five
U to Plum Dairy products.
anything happens wul
be ready for what.
flanker back Terry Barr has games
9; been prepped to take over. Colt ever Tech tosses out. FSU wants "Stars of the Week" for
: fullback Jerry mil, who eat outlast to stay on the top 10 team list.! bowling most pins over
A loss could topple them off the their
avenge were Judy
week'a victory over Green
VIRGIL RAMAGE; of Lakeland be No. 10 spot. Russell
may missinga of the Sugar and
Is still with a kneelnJuI'
Shasta ef, Bay, doubtful
Oaytanat Comet It famous for durability
left arm but that did not atop him from entering ) Spice League, and Al Kueb.
List Cornellran
year specially equipped w a lr l of the Men's Church
the PGA Tournament at the Beach Club
100,000 miles at Daytoni in 40 days, The American FootballLeague THE
Shooting in th< flight: carrying handicaps from has all eight teams In League.The .
Regular artd.ttltiHittdel"; Comets' seed, |just Bottom to top t6 8 to 10 Ramngc turned in a score of 474592Typical : action over the weekend. Kan.
like showroom Comets Want to ..elhe car at Boston (4.1. BiL.CpkQ4 new Senior Bowling
+ golfer hias complaining of a bad start sas City (2J) la
that made II from Cape Horn to'ltlbnh'V'llt' York S.I. League will meet Tuesday
y which( found hui, nine over par on tht first three 1)) tonight while New October 27iItOOatBrook.
youi Mercury dultr'i Check 1965 Comet P at Buffalo (S.O) Srntur.
Calientt, with smooth Multl-FVive Mers0Mstit holes' SEWS photo ) day 1)) plays night. The Bills are the only {i\- side Bowl for their organU

" The had ," G aaUonal meeting and first
only difference the run cart ; "" ''''' unbeaten team la pro football.
an titri gas tank, because service Ititoni I -.1 .... Sunday, San Diego (3-M) teal E session of bowling Allsenior

are frequently to fit apart in South Amei ,a .. Houston (I..c) at Denver (1.5) AND citizens are Invited

"! ",n"south r".t Ame_,, dee a, >.p"a i \, (STOCK CAR RACES)) sShcv1 is at Oakland (0-5.1). L f ,' COUNTRY to dpanta attend or, either as spectators as parti '

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;' Florida A & M 1' CLUB by
First
\1.$ .. ... Saturday Nite! National Bank, Bank
Every h" with the *set of
Faces Big Game Naples, Baronl'a Res*
I \J ACIUTIIIW taurant, Naples Camera
t. 8:00: P.M. Of Year Tomorrow W Chop, Burger Palace

AP-Coech Southwest, Florida Wee's Barber Shop and
TALLAHASSEE: (
I Naples CM Service were
NAPLES SPEEDWAY Jake Oalther today tabbed Flor.
.. for Country Clvb all
Pas Viar." I after sees sporting new bowl.
Ida A and M's Saturday
lag shirts this week.
noon pme with Tennessee State LIVINGGOLFING

,., P' .r+dt11 Admission $150) N. Race I. as "the biggest this year."

Camets art ready for Immediate d4lery.. Me wilting, If you trier yawn awe Student SI.00 $wemD Buggy The Rattlers, with three wins .
Weebeed I and no losses, will be out to "U Wl c.>.....>.. UN lit Water tau ntmnm' fee
; iJ.Id' Children under 13 hoe avenge a defeat. The Tigers .... esdee tie ,..,. weekly news ef activities

m.A1e4ca4q Comet edged them 144S last year la sad .
[ Nashville. SWIMMING "ToaUg evtets at |
oU to ASS M* eat r3'a to' i W .*. BreeajUe B.wLIroekSije
j They also will be pre.servo teem. .,waaM, ....i...eMOMESITES .
G.J .i:. M." a tradition. They aaven'tlost
wor durability I"I champion I 12' .t In : a home game since: 1151. .

Gatther aid he still Adn-t TW finmtin l.. nii ii em Ml
I know If Us tap ball runner hall. ... Hx base C* Mt> CM UM tlit Be
COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc. 'beck Bobby Fens, would get into Saeaee ,......
: adiae. Felts has been stdeiiiMd 2035 Davis Blvd.
LAt twitted ankle., r"" fed It 5e4e Iced
610 TamUml Trail, He. Hwi MI 241)4 II all Tennessee aeasor with State a lost only to SIll r... us 4ifttONf bat Naples. .

.. (h. 'D.'a ,webr,..... "'....,.., I :Si-ambling College 30A&thUUQ Ml ) MM MI 24400 p
N,em JOIIM WttX( 'i.t 7 'r; a-""'! M I sails defeenof four teams .




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I .. first wtthCtsssMCUy. "Another Mistake I think. I MM It was Cleveland WUlUma.t I massed l a Ml nook early In the I COUIt COUNTY NEWS Napier! Nay MiaN Oettbw. 21, 'IU4 7
tot. flit
Feels = =- 1r- = dfcl ms ell was going oat tor a spick took day too lightly ft tilt*..." Listen, Mid.. ".'. His a
Wepfttos* to a bM to regain ..t Ml lION conflomt, too," knockout In ....... Vm not first fight," Uston said. "fdun'tanymore. lay wilC to shone" tfftt _It'lata .
I More ConfidentOf the world heavyweight tttleNo Listen ..... H* stopped.here en training for a short rsjM this ." fot. "Ibel dMt Jut take. g se l (Mings Itl' Sonny r > Largest
*. It in a boot the World ram to his Plymouth, Maes., time. l'm training to fight all I4ston asid the left shoulojrsJUWnt your skMM off and 'walk bar* "Illk., It t," World' largest I office
Association wont rcog: training base. .....t." which ceased trainer foot.' building to the U.S. Pentagon,
noon WWto RwMMi to Insist lit all h Lilt" 'ii\ Beating 'Cash' "I have to prove to people Casslua day the only way a five-tided government
his own ring to rtaf iu rounds sine
brought t day
Ueton will refer to the man who mUtt, developed two w* ksbftN Listen in Vs.
when MidI building Arlington
wr wrong they .
Listen mad the reply Ttuirs- they Despite dart r with
the first bout but ,.feels camp wtth ham RNa only a few *xcp.ttons andcod
Insist his name now I* Mu- 34
the first Mr which covers acres
BOSTON (AP)- 1 reel more day to a question about the quit In tight. AM dons trying to pin down the and i that he has no exact
now.
stopped the fight and I hammed All Is not the belt $U million to build.
|VlclOUS. difference lit felt approaching trainer the ,
"!lie shnddet Mapped when reason spring in floor pounduk. ,11,11 ((01 the fight
fighter Listen hat faced Sonar
With those fraUrna 'ordl< for the rematch from the wah think t should nave font on.












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SUPPORT TilE SPORTS MINDED INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSESVIIO SPONSOR THIS PJJ'Don's ;


First National Bank of Naples Hoover's TV & Air
Liggett Rexall Drug Store Thomas 1<:. McBride, Realtor Appliances
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The Collier County Daily News Dixie Flag Co., Inc., Crayton Cove Dor-Len Shop Conditioning
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Alexander's Dept. Store Corwin Heating and Electric The Book Nook !/, '; No-Rlsk! Chemical Co.

Wesley G. Downing, Inc., Realtors Publix Super Market Baxter's Shoes, ,' ; :i Naples Drapery Center
(Where Shopping It A Pleasure)

John Wood, Realtor Lineback Firestone' (Beach Club Hotel
Ruby's Bar and GrillKubjr ,,
( Ro.bough, owner)
Watkins" and Barkau, Realtors Dewey Polly, Realty Caribbean Realty
Bert's Standard Oil Service
Sunshine Hardware Naples Federal Savings & Loan Furniture Fair
Ruth Anderson, Real Estate Broker
Conditioned Air Corp. The Moorings Development Co. .F.;,B. Schreck Construction Co.
Ba>bridge I'u ro I
Barley's Paints Ph. Ml 99852N. Fifth t Avenue
Paint Center Cove Congress Inn

Tropics Drive-Inn P. Sloan, Realtor Creation Inc
Ad Miller Associates J Realtor I ,

Florida Resource Western Auto Assoc. Store G"
First I'I't
IJrunk- liller Insurance Coast Television J I I

Prather's Robin's Dodge Co.
Marlowe and Beck, Realtors Belyca Auto Body

Naples Millwork Swede's Auto TrimCollier .'
General ElectronicsRouse's William B. Stone, Inc.
Furniture Fair Development Corporation

Southwest Electric West Coast Furn. & .;c,. Co. The Shoe Store King Insurance Agency

Hartley's The Bank of Naples Ingram Hardware Co. KwikChekListon



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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Nrl .IH/ I f' 1 : 1I r OIOVQM. BeiUsi, Tats, Ttator.otto .
f )
l ; j and Tre tbe deed
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.' .1 :: glassware, the pale, eophlatlcat.ed
I I j Inhabitants. Venice of the IQb

off-beat travel' topics Century is a far, far cry from
the days when wolves stared the i

Islands with flsberfaUc .At.

I ( Ula swept over the Alps and con.

r. quered the Lombards Yen

'JM '?t4plt4 ttomd Ice ranked as chief port of em. ,
barkatlon for the Crusades The

1 1I d restless, brutal days have pa*.
Jj sed, leaving the city In a sortof rEND

watery, Indolent trance.
Yet, when autumn.orm.ral..
A
By Anne L. Bowes
the seas, slopping over onto calll,
.rr 1 i I I flooding 81 Mark'a Square and

scaring all but the biggest gon.

Back In 400 A.D., Medlterraman ,,iorboaja) and gondolas) make Vano dolas when fall fogs shroudthe
fishermen pounded crude ice a watery falrytown. churches and canals .when

posts Into some muddy islets Water Is the blood and brains the first tentative snowflakesdrift

alone the north Kalian coast. of Veneala. She's situated In the t down from the mountains,
Autumn storms brought floodsso midst of 950 square milts of N T one blinks and shivers, shakesoff

they built a rough village marsh and Band tars, edged by ,,,,,.. A3 the trance and looks with v

atop these pilings. Today, falj th. dreamy Adriatic and backed ,> v 4ttr'.r new admiration and delight upon n

rains still flood Venice, that by the mighty Alps. Through thecity ,: .", ,;zt'' ,,1 y Venesla Queen of the Adriatic.:
remarkable of humble run 17? Jade canals '!;: .
product ,
a green .,.."'.."...,',. .>\"
historic hamlet. Now.the"Queen the I largest of which. 1* the GranCud HAZARD

of the It cuts Venice _. ._
Adriatic" covers 120 Is. In half and --
lands, looking u the Roman Is crossed by thai famous bridge ST. MARKS HasilKH dates to Byzantine iuln YOUNG COUPLES find Venice a. \I nil dl'l'fUI city Or THE JOB

Cassldortut, described her in 523 Ponte dl Rialto biggest of the 829 AD After the summer tourist season, square of gondolas, budges statues, c.tn.iK) old building NEW 'HARTFORD Conn (AP>

A.D., like msea birds'nuts scat 400 Venetian bridges. will be deserted to pigeons and fall fogs and romantic atmosph'..'ie. -their Firemen ,in rural I areas.. hli \ e
petal i problem For 'in i
tared over the face of the waU The tourist can wander for
aiencc, firemen noncrt Delano
>
era" hours bemused by the calm lap sun. A slant-eyed cat slinks by el for fear of floating on an "water and meditation. There "campaniles" (bell towers) and was drawing water from a pond

No more enchanting city exist* pings of canals, the trickle of a large rat ducks Into a crev. open cesspool. A recent study Is the glory and pomp of St. the hustle of travellers on the during a recent fire when he

in Europe or America. One eels rainwater ipto "pozil" (walls), Ice. The suck and slurp of sea by a Bactcrtoscople Laboratory Mark's Square and Basilica the "fondamentaa" (quays). This Is stepped on what he thought ua J

actually: that Venice la not a city the swirl oil boatman' oar. On tides sound around "boItino mOllo showed that seawater In the gluttonous pigeons, sparkles of modern Venice Interlaced with a rock to get a better fooling

because of her delightful dearthof Very id4 trey damp stone rag," drains which empty homes city Is self-purl/ylng. The visitor fine glass factories the bustle the old days the Byzantine, The rock turned out to be a
autos, buses, taxis and sky,walls cut off light like canyon beneath the high water mark. can boat or wade, walk or and Intrigue of Mercerie shopping Gothic a x.1 Renaissance. goose A. Fire Chief Arthur

scrapers. Instead her pleuant cliffs.: Here a wlndowpot of or. Much has been written about breathe In the waters and va. streets brilliant Venetian Take a gondola at night and Deajardm described it: "The A

profusion of rarineJlke. cobbled'ange begonias breaks the somber the odors and dangers of Vene. pore of Venice without harm to blue blazing with golden lions glide past old, wealthy homes. gooM went one way and Bob OF UI In this

caffl" (tiny streets'IvaporetaU" dusk There a line of bright tlan waterways Often thefastldl. health. the Miami Beachiness of the Catch a glimpse of exquisite ar. went the other tight into the 50th annIversary year ofWorld

(teamen),"raotoscafl"tno.,blouses catches a rare shaft of ous tourist will avoid canal tray. But life In Venice 1* not all Lido carillon from the tall chltecture, the art place pond." War I. look what pops

I up In the annual 'Scrap Iron

In accordance with the provisions of Section 101 .20, Florida Statutes, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Fair In Paris Its a window
dressed in the
florida, publish this Sample Ballot for the General Election 10 be held Tuesday, November 3. uniform mannequin of a German soldier

; GENERAL ELECTION, OFFICIAL BALLOT vintage of 1914


'"' t COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA

Last Chance
NOVEMBER 3, 1964To

P vote for a person whose name It printed on the ballot, place a crow (X) mark In the tqu re at the RIGHT of the name

of the person for whom you desire to vote To vote for a person whose name it not printed on the ballot write hn name In For Training

,t I I I rhe, blank space provided for that purpose,

I Lie' 0 i I I Pet Judge, District Ceurt et Appem. COUNTY Justice of the Pace, Dished No 4 CONSTITUTIONAL No.; aIuomnd AMENDMENT TO Under GI BillST.

Appe lhh District Fo Sheriff Con.t.ble ARTICLE III
President PETERSBURG FLA.-
f. el l tfsa of 8ebeol
A (IVote for One) Applalmot Csonp S.perIate.d..L
sad Vlc..Prkt..d Group Tsrbr C.atr--Propalns an amend. The last semester ofcollegeor
) (lVote for On.) __ (lVote to OMi went h A'I"'I. XII 0' tho Con.l.tutlon provldinR vocational school -
(Vese Ice GNllpt .' J. TAYLOR (Dam then ... .0..dnlendent of '".,. Im.of trailing under
I Taylor r_ thole be appolnwd by ... County the Korean CI Bill, gets
Democrat WiLl"LAM pAIl"" )( I ''B. anard IItar : Intructlon, prorlded the props. under way this month. M.T.
tYNrmfnf. OTr spJ"f \ II I oleos :.. by a m.loriq von. of the quell.For Dixon director of the Florida
President \ I fi.d .lets 0' the county and that tho count,
mar after four yore return to Ita tomor statue Department of Veterans Affairs
.. mn\EI'IlK'"Jr.-.t'YU61tRW. I' "Ye Dlatrlct Court .. Appeal Immolea'' Fire Control District b" the time prOC'.iuro nutll".d for ..dnpUn.l.lLFor ;said today.
Vice.,1).e. ,n Ii' I j I I PT s..cI: App.1bN District by Clerk Circuit Curt (Vote f. Two) I When the semester ends In
FOR THE AMENDMENT
1000000WIc.. GROUP C For 'U Collector _I January 1965.: It will mark the

'BARRY GOLDWATER I SAM F.. 11RATIIFnr : end also of The Education
M. I lVot. for Onol rvote fer Ono) MAINST TIIF. AMENDMENT: I Ipem and
P..."..,. Training Program for Korean
".""' O. .NDIEWS, JR.
WILUA E, )t1IL1:1fT: jJ JACK WHISNANT N.' Conflict
I which
: ( ) R MARGARET T. SCOTT (Bern) CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT TO veterans was
For Vice Preaidenl ----- ARTICLE IVI launched July 18, 1952

Pet yVrb III I T Centricity or Go..r."I-ProptNi" .n .m.nd. Dixon said that more than
", .nt to Anld. XVI ot the Florida ComtltuttonYkNrild.ilt ,
V.tln. for 11ecf4" /orntldlM sn4- f.+ Judge' DIa"lct Court of Appeal to l ararid. for m.ena to In.uN contl"ult ol.ute 2.300,000 veterans have taken
and local' gor.rnmental op.ntlena In etWt'
advantage of the The
Soc.nll App.ll.h Dla"lct For Tu Collector COUNTY em.re.nn, n :ulpng i tram duutan e.uepedodd by program.
fer Fethl)
( O'OU' I enemy ,"wO. I deadline date of January 31,

Note for One) (Vote for One) (Val. for One) 1--:1: 1965 will apply to both Korean
FOR THE AMENDMENT I Conflict veterans already embarked

-. JACK F. WIIITE m.m) I I A. P. AYERS (Dem) LOCAL REFERENDUM ItCompenntlon on their courses of study
R AGAINST THE AMENDMENT: I I and to those who will start
If tho Jnttce of tho Paaeo of the
a.7) M .1. h I I W. .+.. r. 4th Ju.Oa d the..- o nrIrt' ,to Cottbr,,. County .e NO A' ?---i. -: classes for the first time this
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.hall ho r.lord from 1&011 vnoo.( CflNST'TIITUI"I '
I. AMwNUMgNTTcT: past September.The .
fo Circuit Court Judge ARTICLE n.. SECTION Z. continueIn
I Twelfth Judicial Circuit For Tu Aueaeor roll THE COMPENSATION r..I..lo" lOt AerkuhVrq IMI.a--Prop..ln veteran may
amen4mot A'IIrI. 0' school after that date, but
an to IV Section 25 the
I" :". ""I (Vale fo Ono) lVote for One' AGAINST THE COMPENSATION I t.dPlorld....Con.tltutlonarelOnt tho to tMtdut,.n, he will no longer receive an

(Oem) I 1 0' tho Camminlon..f' Agrleuhure. .ImlnoUn, allowance from the VA each
LYNN N. SII.vERTOOTIl I
SAM L COWING (Dem) hie oupe"I.lon orer mnt.r. portal"ln to publle month to meet pan ofhls train
I I 1 PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL land' end M. lIu..u nf Imml..lon.. ing and living expenses, Dlxon
I I II'
AMENDMENTS said.
I STATI FOR THE AMENDMENT:
., Mark I el'OAI) mark 1ft the square .t the Dixon further pointed out that
RICNT roc tho Amendment or Against the for those Conflict
Fe SOC..ry of State County Judge Amendment AGAINST THE: AMENDMENT: Korean vet-

(Ve4e f. One) (lVote rev One) NO.1 erans who suffered disabilities
I CONITlTVTlONAL AMENDMENT TO N0 i which have been adjudicated
.u on CONSTITUTIONAL AMF.NDMENT TO
ARTICLE VII
TOM ADAMS (Dem) RICHARD M. STANlEY (Dem) Apportlon..t-Propoal..n am.ndman' to Ar. ARTI.U XVI service connected: a separate
B tide V I lOt the Flold. ConotJtutlo" rotating 10 Civil Triad I. bra.rb e..rth.ea_ I. 1).4. C..., program of rehabilitation will
.
\ I"," '. .' I \ T and C.n.u.. pronldin, that tho I-Propo.ln..n .mand"ont to Article IVI of continue be carried on, and
I .. of Repr...nUUve. shall .nd.t 0' 111 the "Iorid. Co".Uluton, .uthorl.I", .IYII trial to
for C.mptreller aOP..N.tall".. and the Senate shall e ",lat of i I" bench courtheu.. In Dade CountVote that there Is no deadline date

I ( fee One) Ceun7fro.eturinSAttetny 43 m.mb.nllancurryten further prorletding th.t tho L.- for this program.
re.ppotlon un ",ul.r "OR rHE AMENDMENT: :
I IVOt' foOM' ualon and yd .... theroaftrr. I

I RAY F. GREEN (Dem) I I AGAISST TilE AMENDMENT J

: B WILLIAM 0, CROWI.EY (Df'm) I .. r0A THE AMENDMENT hut' WEATHERBy

_. l AGAINST TilE AMENDMENT i CON8TITl'TIO"lAL AMENDMENT TO
CONOIISSIONAL Pet C"IaaIene of A'rculNre! ARTICLE V. !lEmON e. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

..... ...... fee Ono) ... ,III B.IIECTION (q High Low Pro
F- U n. .. tJet $.r1stN (Vh h... her N Ju..ltl.1 <'knrlrPropod
rv... fee One) fo, S"pervl.or .f ROii.tratlon NO i Inc as .mondm.nt to Article V, IIoet.on 8. Suit- Albany cloudy 49 27 .02
----- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO S...tloa III, 01 the 'njd.' CO".llIution lne..... Albuquerque clear 73 51
Dt1YLE CONNER (D.m) H rvote fel OM 1 numh.r' of mdkini rireulta I
ARTICLS: IYI, AECTION t Inc to she more
lIthO : : Atlanta clear 71 43
SPFS.qARD I.. HotLANO (Of'I'II) Terms of Offk. r.td by IsetI.lat.re, -Pro. nd proridma that then ahdl, ,be eta ,
.......tloliin I the .um" ot circuit mall. Bismarck clear 45 20
++ I I EDNA CR1RP. I poalnlr.n amendment to Article XYI. Stellon' Judee
SANTA Df'm
( ) to provide that the 1.II.t.'UN may e.tend Ih. ''nt la any .unl' tor".I" a part ot a Judn I.1 Boise, clear 64 42
CLAUDE_ R KIRK. J .. 1R', ) .. tarm. ot tho m.ber.hlp on the bard eased r ."nit hmutter rro.td dloade4. ehened 0' N. Boston clear 61 43
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1 (-- Slat' Trawra with n..pon.lbillt tar tmllrge red unl".nlt. ..I..dI
Buffalo cloudy 49 34 .02
I (Yet'. fee OM) enOl Including junior roll,[o.' t. not more then I ,
43
yo" FOR THE AMENDMENT: Chicago, clear 48
"r aenh "' raniDktrkl I I Member loud Cincinnati cloudy 61 33
.pr of County CemmlaloMn" I'
tlathCenOn/sleri. I J. rDWIN .AMON (D.m)_I FOR THE AMENDMENT I, Cleveland cloudy 50 43
AGAINST THE AMENDMENT:
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rv... fer 0" I I District N. I I Denver clear 53 28

----._, I'I I (lVote for Onel) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I N0 Deg Moines clear 52 28
,"", .Tt"...!, ItM .....T T. Detroit, clear 52 34
PAUL G ROGERS (Oem)
'. Pet .tterMy 0na.l I A C )HAN COCK (Dl'm) U'lio..1 M....... of R.rARTICLE.Al.iag w Amedlog' the Fairbanks, cloudy 34 20 .02
-j (Vets for One) 'B NO a Fort Worth clear 82 46
. JOHN D., STttLE (R'pl MVRTITITIOVAL" AMENDMENT ro r"Q' a am.ndmrnl h ..... ,
I ARTICLE III. SECTION 1al'a-SECTIONS nil ofwnalthemethFIod. CenuncNea prodding aSARI. Helena, clear SB 25
(Dem) H .'dlt r..I..nr 0' .mondl" tho Honolulu cloudy 82 72
I'j FAIRCLOTH c., ad (b1 tonrdtettot, provbne" that .th.r. branch 0' thai
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. Mh.el 1Ie 4. tOO' (,11.1 O..IIo-Pro..ln Indianapolis, clear 57 32
re..luuen' .
'tatt mq re_ he joint
sTAll I I Member, Io..f, Covnty Cemmi..leMr I aComtilutI : to Ankk III of tho Fbada Lra'IU'7 the rills Con.tilWba K e rMdtm Jackaonyllle, dear 78 50
f on 0' of the :
For Oev :.ut d [ t.he.t rw or. : amen4m.nt of as "notoe and m.y Street Juneau cloudy 55 36 .03
Aee noon rd fretain rom lic.ndnr motor w ... ,
(Vet' f. One) Fer Shat' Superinhndeeet .f Pakll District H.. 3 "lei" far upllli outlay and d.bt ..rrlr. ad L" 'n' ".1" t".n" Kansas City clear 65 40

I I ''natnKt\eft\ (Vt' fo, Onel) Nh.r .ascot purpo .dolma a mahod et rem. Los Angeles, cloudy 75 60
'I paling tho aumb.r of Instructta alto; inereae FOR Till AMENDMENT ,
II YDON RURNS (De", ) 0 (IV... for One) n e Inl..t nq tn .,y grcent 1M" ..n"lII.nd ... I Louisville, dear 60 37
R. M. F.NTFjL (Dem) M"dmgm.turtydu.onMnAet.J.nuaryll, 0 Memphis, clear 75 44
I H 1 AGAINST THE AMENDMENTCIIARLPS
75 74
Miami cloudy
) R. tloUJY (R.p) TOM D. BAILEY (D.m) .0. THE
H AMENDMENT: NO. III Milwaukee, dear 50 30
('O'OISTITt'TIO'lAL: AMENDMENT TO Mpls.it.'., cloudy n 27
I I I Member. le.rd el County Commlulenert AGAINST THE AMENDMENT ARTICLE n. IIF..cTION urem" New Orleans, dear 77 44
.. j.. Eu.dial' 1.,-4 al Ilwe tOO'' Iftea4 G. Ta.bll.4 _
Tho 1M
eUlcoo ep New Tort, cloudy 59 38
.. ... ..10\ PVUS Utliitlee horo.utc an .m..lllt. tit Artlalo IX. Sortie.e" .
florid.
at tkla .1odI. Mil Pet District Ne. S .
Okla. 47
clear 82
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City
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adwte for each efre.( T' .... f.. lhe.s II of tho e.It..t .1.titI h dutriberomaltdy
etfeta 1aN. __ t3)Aw b It' tile Cem..1ener IVote for Ono) ('O; ;ll4L AMENDMECTIONENT
f_ OM) ,," f0 la rare trim Janary r, 1043. the
aro M lhs rtght end al u. a"ate EVere Philadelphia clear 60 38
ARTICLE
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MOORE (Dim) eeb.al faM t. tar.bq .".11 I. the "/tata Row Ir", dbwLw Phoenix, 89 58
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Mme MhM tit Ute flak. .,ee1 ,..,..... tee.nq 11./ EDWIN L. "ED" MASON (D.m) :La. itP5": :; :o';..a..ndmeat' : Ten Treat Fend Pittsburgh, cloudy 4t S6
au AorI"og thHaiM rllle'p.1 fM .uI Mctlool1UDICIAI I Ptlnd ...., cloudy 56 42
I I f.nd may be .p..d.t fur opiul. ender ea b. FOR THE AMENDMENT: I Ptlnd Ore., foe 74 34

M''Mr. ...... .f Public InatnlCtioft 10011 01 .talO .iebtut.ua. d bather ......... to I Rapid CUlt dear 4t 29
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For JtMIM t, .... .1'..... For It.' Altenlty ebbs{arlMool.T' pee'. ...110.... .... t.ltal order tor AGAINST THE AMENDMENT: : : I Richmond dear 68 35

o..up .... I Twrelhh ludiclal Circuit Diatnct N. 2 Fhur St. Louis, clear 60 33

(Wh tN ) tv... f.. OMI tv... ... FOR THE AMLNDMENT CONSTITI'T7nVAL Na AMENDMENT u TOB. Salt U. City dear 61 27

OM'I I I AATHLE /fCTIOV ; Sat Diego cloudy 73 64

X. ROBERTS (Uem) FRANK SCNAUR (Dem) :H F. OIn: .. BARRETT 'Dim) AGAIVAT INS AYtNDMEMT ....... C..ar N.m.a.d ..- -Pnpw. Can Fran., dear 77 S3
B l-i ,oe .n .m.dment n, i of the Seattle, foe 60 U
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I I I I ..I'" ro',!+ ."that to ins..N CIIItot'l Ute Tampa dear 78 60
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For JV/Nte .. Ile SVP'e11M c-.. For p"WIc DofoMer Memb.d. .f Public In.tnICtioft TIi,4h"x't: rrd r.at.w : d.E he taeabta, fee cloudy 45 28
Poi1 I lop.i.ue.t .I tha. c :":t:1; ;:: .d the .rempll. :he0
Oveep ; Twelfth. Judicial lrclllt hdh n. A1erebp..lNaq: .pas 11a..eA.Wn f 1
Diatrlct No,1 eat1 .
(Vale lee OM) rv... fer OM) an.."" -1 n, "r..4'tt" vi W S'ato f.re.U, .-! .slo of a..d ..drawnYal.
I ( f- OMI 1 tot.a p.-.vd,,. that, .>> at P. Bank President
I ''',", Il w.n". .It I. tar r- rhea. M .. .. y.F FOA TNt AMENDMENT I I
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bREW .
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HARRIS T'U" .
WALTER X. ( HI' latuunba h the e.r./i.
B I Leml I i r..... Lib Yuhn t>te.ebeb him :..... I I Bragged Too Soon
I I I MMm .M S.mmek ......... Ute ;...../.... Ie AOAISIT tIIC AMENDMENT: I
I .J j jI .firm.! br myerny ...t.te.. 4 .Ir.. LORITTO, Mtan. CAP) J.
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I "- I.r. of any curb ro.nl) m.klag. tae aeab R. GrlnrwU, president ?r tne
For Jwtk..1 the. IVretne c- fer MoMM. Hovat .. ..,.......etfvet t,.. .a4 ,,e _, ......... tIa Stale Bank of Lorttto notoil
di the
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.... 3 Jwce Diotrict N. 4 bank's
Group Cellier Gusty '_. ...t... I by the ...... uired..tiatt Mtit sSSlr.rser) Thur..
(Vale tor OM) fVale fee OMI) (Vet' fer Oftol) ; city sad renterkod, "Tlun: 0-1

1X1l1'.g-l.ORENZO' WALKF.R I I I I wo iMvont boon heM our ."
RICHARD W. ERVIN (Dim I ( Oem) 0 HANCOCK fpetj I-j I r"l nil" 1ft'I'lfF.'T' Wltttin kours. three 'uvn

I .l... took $6 000 ; ',.m .-t

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COillM COUNTY NEWS .......*. ..*. "i"" Q....w. n )H4


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IPEI1IST5it Jenkins Hurt Security-



WASHINGTON (AP) Tt* mend on the report ot the i I "tInvestigation

mm FBI says It till conducted an from the W' !Hi'

xtensiv Investigation of Wai. :Howe or from RepubllianJenktni *- i ." 1 1

ter W Jenkins and found no arrests have berime ti 1 1 Ih 1

.videnc that PresWent John'Issue In the presidential elect! i i

-- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS -- en's top aide for IS year com 'campaign, and Dean Cure' I IPUBLIC

promised the security or Inter Republican national chairman,

eats of the United State la any has i charged the President With!>

I ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERS I manner. 'covering up the first arrest
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Jenkins resigned at Johnson' The report which KM rare

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP BlRbtRS request on Oct. U after It became tor J. Edgar Hoover sent to

SH VUrr '!ft public knowledge that the ,Johnson and acting Atty Gen. .-r: T
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MEADORS' special presidential assistant I Nicholas Katcenbach said Jenk. 1', -AnnouncmonrVERA'S / 45-Tr ilert For Kent
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(j ; 989 Airport Rood. 'hl'lZl'm f Mora b/e'a. had been arrested at the YMCA Ins had been cleared on security NOTICE ,
.d d.' JEWELRY checks In 1836 1957 and 195$. 1'..' ONMOpy T.l..t II a .week with TVld .
f\\ j here In 1959 ,
< I fVm-jpm morals .
ew./.x on charges "L I. II'' ? All ea Ypece tl wok
a wek
.,. /Ml Hoover said Jenkins told the Notice, or INTINT CIN'" TO ,.. "II W. A.,. a1001b | P.rk48Apti.
I_", ) Ml" | aon and again last Oct. 7. riLHTlOU NAME tz "5r Hock i reek Try lei
HI C.UTEH' :
Gifts Jewelry Antiques I FBI "he would lay down Ms lift '.a .'.lr.LINNILi.
North //rwlald.' : : a tri/Nsal.: : TIT FIFTH AVE0 In reporting: to Johnson Not,c. n htr.bv Oren thai IK.uiKltrt.fno : < UNIFORMHOP"" .
M.rold R m.lh d
he would disclose *
before any
Thursday night on the Investiga. 00 rS to MIN. In I5 nlns' and 16" H.n.' r1My.... PI. for Rnt
BARBER SHOPS DRUGS tlon he bad ordered the FBI I information that would damage pubhlh+buanab ia r t% .w0,1. '
SERVICE STATIONS said. the I best Interests of the United und.r ,Ite net/Isus "."'. .1 Im.thPr.a : EAOtY SALOMitr 1 fI.c,*.. Day Weak, orMonth
lI1 13th. AvouS North, i mil MOT" ID) MI
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ROSSI'S P. PRESCRIPTIONS It found that Jenkins "had I States. .n 105 City :' N.p1.4 PIN.d., In. Phil st south. tun or MI till .
114 PARK 'X aoa" "Jenkins, 48, and the father or I.nd1 le NNI,1 1h, said' Ncllheu1'am' Corn .1 llth Av. 4 blabs.
STRICT limited association with some Furniahed apartment
Pallid I : 'th .,.... Ml' 1IMISll
b. with 1b. CI.rk 011$ Cir.Ylf .
\ I sis was placed In George Wash. Inn keach Vear round | *
IIUR'ULA
THOSE.IA0/ERs ACCURATELY SERVICE Individuals who are alleged to Court> ol Collier Olut"'rl"'Io' MI HIM" 1 !18111 SI
; N.ryla. SAorypnC.nf,1 Prompt Fro. Delivery STATION be> or who admittedly are, "II ington University Hospital by Oct t), M Nov S, FtuTtUIIri NASHIt .
-' now with Kelly Head SaautyShop f ... W..b, if
0,."., Shopwrwir. DON'S M.c h...1 C Mood Service deviates but there 1s no Infor I Dr. Charles Thompson the day NOTICE OP PUBLIC MtAHINONotice ; and welcome her old. coo Month [iRisO'MOTEL, !. Ml.44e .
MII/., //W". LIGGETT ... ..uty W.ldi" motion reported to Indicate be the I artists became public I* .hereby. given that tomer* Mild Ml.. I toll }- .r MI 3-.I1S
REXALL Public' Hearing will ka held by \/\t N9Boats.Motors
I knowledge He remain hospU
4060 North Troll MI 2 38(7 "ever had improper tots with the Florida Milk,. CommiMion, .
No U. c-.
Shopping I-J1J6 them" allsed.I: ..cll slid .11 oIM ....I... tarh.IM/'
oral In Fiend new under II* *uparvitlon Act*.
CLEANERSJERRY'S INSURANCEJAECERINSURAHCE SHOE REPAIRV Jenkins "admitted baring The FBI said Its Investigationcovered and regulation. In Hearing SABLE SHORES APTS.49Houtei .
ngiged In the Indecent acts for "the full scope of Mr. Room. 101 Itch. Capitol. Teliahawae New. lbi'I 5 MI 11111
Florida,. commenting. I* ..ll or trade Muilyer .like,. Holly NnN aM A'... Avs.I
which he was arrested In 1939 Jenkins life, from his early 10 A M on Frldey October IS.. amount ,ir\ home. See Hank. the
V and 1964." He raid that be had years In Texas to the present ''I relative/ .. M.ollowm5 mat- bartender al Caribbean. Ma..
,.. For Rant
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DRY CLEANING SAVI MONCr.lalY P.TMS' I .] not known Andy Che*a, with time," and that more than GOO I ContHeration ol lerrltorlal, limit 1/L51

ONE DAYSERVICE 'UTO-HO".O."II'I.' C n \ m; whom he was arrested on Oct. persons Including current and Conai.ration* ol marketing.l m ar.atJ a'I m u mcherge Chris SP1. C"t r n'or" I Sea......Skill,. h.III. IIAIONAL"' flbNIALktlMO

h NAPLIHOPPINO' CENTER S '01.. N..la -.;::: 7. former neighbors, business lo producer for hand. Deck' Fladio Depth FinderNrw (nd up piP ***twi,
He told the FBI no attempthad mg ."./., diverting. end for Paml, and Varnith. Sea
NORTH TRAIL MI'" .n" 11'0" OUA"ANra.D associates, social acquaintance.and ,
842 6th Ave. So. Ml. 2-7390 traotporttng milk al Ikipp.i Manna or Phone
$in Ave f. /MT i.'40' ever been made to comps school classmates wen ) C..d.. .*"... ol Ollillol Order Mt MMI'12Help ,",lit II MARLOWE AND BECK
mise or blackmail him. Interviewed JMItl Allocation Ordar". lada.rmina fttALTOHSport '
any chenge or W.nted .u PIRh Av. Senl
Jenkins said be was "enticed"by And this ".<11".1.. tnvertlga. Cbon oI Thal Mould .bi made at 0111_17103. ISOSL___
he( arresting officer In 1959 lion" the FBI said, "dUclosed this I lime t."I. lu, I..h._.... .pail r..30oY L. cur
and "his mind was befuddled by no Information that Mr. Jenkins 4 Cortid.ratian' >. : eOthalal Milk: Order.OrdarIN ..... resod 15 N.p1.a Mat to built in "....,. pit ..Mpartit
Sl
Military" .
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s/ifenfio/l .. ". than posh Available/ Nov I Ml1SHS
Q1/WQJ' YOU CAN ADVERTISE -Ji54nh YOU'I fatigue, alcohol, physical Illness compromised tile security to determine should il.b eny* made 'or/.fur.Ihir orchengee 00e ...."... .11... pne wpp..wanp.1Jot lift) M

N THIS and tack of food1 at thi P s 'I/ *entidtreien at to repeal., n "-I. noun Onlr: Con./ C.mpI,5e
SPACE
THE COLLIER COUNTY NWSwhin /ail/ ;
for .9 I r i., 'i 1; IIU "1hre4Et1: r' In the 1, ntir. erd. .l i lI U/unlisted, shocks from
staking g purcKei from GAIL W2SM07FOR ( I mentioning till Opt $yr9 \ i I ; ; :ppr//;.r. ..r.v ".. : 1
Consideration el Ih feailkilltynd
Cse. 0.5,5 Pier Av.II.IN usId
Bali 6 "lll ... Ind
thai > NInclude PtW
President has laid P
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. The The report that the
Newt adv.rln.r. H. it i Inl.retto lingo adviaability I el th* adoptionafluahlalion ON IAdulli MI I Coal
and
1 In knowing bout your rnponte. DETAILS Our" eeVertitert. then* you tool' until the day he aaked Jenkins erprlnt card it received from :/ a mark.le/a order pr for.u.,1. / l MSalaiv return pictuI0 / 1011I at

to resign he had Information Washington police after Jenk.Ins' .IVia Inar0ol.a pool aril. mar.Ih.n M''II'' ...,.. tar ...04... adV7.tI' ./ for
that would haw led him to arrest In 1115t. made "no Coo aria or all. anal Sod.. Pelmlrin Lunch Roem abii. .1..II ...
under the juritdictien ol the tommonturet with
question the personal conduct of mention of a ..lor morals of. Florida Milk Commitlion. end lIt Must hove experience andpnod Idiot I lalN In Sorrento
his aide. tense nor did It show any lo review, ,... amended pro. rel.renc.* 1 N.wb. IMAM > ardent
-i noted order IN( previeutly .." O Collier. County .
Mt Then was no Immediate com Indication of government em. idrd ky t". Commiaaion) ky IS/4_ I *drm I *ath. -- furniahed In
ployment, the ...."..1 OlNnbuloM" PreguarC.mmHl.ps City UtON mo lit len let

), !,." ,v 'And.the. FM oondmie/k! t'pe. pliO/pled" / (,.,iI 13-Help Want.. Femsl CAFJIISIArl'" MALTYHaeneri

cause in* police record routine.ly Adoption" permanent predut.r U" N trash. Ml 'Sill
i Utilities Not pr/cr.... for oil ,... unI. y.sill., wanted .. ..,>.. .
transmitted to the. FBI did ., th. Juntdiction ol the Plo MI I tll'

not refer to the arrest U terms Ide, Milk Cemmiation f women ............. *oh SO-Roems For Rent
11111I Determmetion ol the lime and maid lor privet hem. *
Earning Too other than Investigation uspU. when any order. *...".* orchenge with t edullt, Own. opartmanl, u./ ,Not, tiv.ls b.ln. Air
clout person and because the 'in th* order, .ntrdby 'V..",. N.ply1010, ale .nd.11aN Prlvsls SMras,
Secret Service did not notify till ih* Commitaion at a retail, .lid ,......... ,. C..I", CwSt fall Ml t IUF I/IS It
ol ooh hearing and Invettigalion ly Nw' *.. 111 All.li Whim a, rill .n a /, Fri
Much Says FPUC White blouse or the vice presU by Ihe Cemmitaion. ere / atJUNK ya. Name Pnwud. M141ST /

tent of the arrest, neltherpnsi. 1 t Caesdorlsan* bosom.tmlev.. ..d .........".11... )* AND trNitirt, ooauttOfkhatun 10/771/
III. dent Kennedy, the White House ol/ ell meltar r.l.mnIi, the oaN'triMi" I O4JIOO
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The stiff foregoing, and other ........*, iaWailrex.. > 57-Houi For Sale
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;I Florida Public Utilities CommU. nor Mr. Johnson had any thet, in Ihe Commiaaion |,,..
T anon said Thursday U had per. knowledge of the IfSt Incident men!. ahould be .0"........ CNdaarmiood Don'wanted Ligg.tl Apply ReiH M peran .Nr. high tckeol oultlendinp .

.r' mlttsd no unreasonable earningsby JOT any reason to suspect its All p.." ,"t...*,*... and Ih* ,..... 'ID/IS If velue t "..'',''.......4ul... 1 ..kith auatemkuilt ,Acluda
.... utilities It regulated B called oxlstsnce" /lit. ar* invited to .11.... end phi, Lid, lor marking/ and1. checking / doukl even I15v.5
''' r ..... tuch ,...v."' evidence and to*. out laundry Paid) notation ifigcrelor wether dryer Well
4 '. c I for more Information on a on..uttant' timony at may be .ANTIICWHO I and holidey: Apply in perton I.......... ..... iNIob/N. '.'
? 1 5 .. WI; fall findings that rates of DISIPJC TO .ii"A A"fItrQUSSIID S//1/ralh,1l Napla* Laundry, tern with well ..'..... work.

1y, 4. ,rf I Florida's biggest two utilities ''Nn?ION'TO" OF FILC APPAPINOIN NOTICtOF buy thop H now Over HIM 1110)* invaaKd IS/11 /.

J II'L rid: were too high. .SaysJenkins WITH, .01"'r OF THE HtAHINO ADMIN 14-Hlp Wanted MUaanwani.o'ur Aitociat.t

All three commissioners' UTRAron hn"IOA/ MILK' COMMISSION .: .Lendtc.pe Will N 1(._.* Hildy, Oltn

I signed a lengthy telegram ask. ,. ;n south s"o ouaHITFlItr work Apply Troll Harden Can ROBERT H JAEGER
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Tdr Ing the City of Miami to forward IDA TALL AH Allll FLOM tar In* bib Aye Fie and the Flag FJ I Broker.

It the report by consultant Am. Case Reveals FLOMlDA MILKCOMMISSION Trail I'/'' M Napte* Shopping ttr Tel I MtS

iil old Hirsch which said Florida '" W.I" Rod ...." I..p.noar.f.r01 lYE n.'" ""... J 4 *
ill 5y I Mnberl Lengley hot not necettaryCall *;/ 1 lit.. Ave ** III IMm
Power and Light and Southern Vlte Chairman. MI 7 lit*, Tri County Inoineerinj COLEMAN'" SOTO. PJeeltorM
Bell Telephone and Telegraphtamed Pel II II ItM Ill) '' Inc IS/H IITleen T."." *t N.i MI 1 MMroom

more money than justl. JUOOri COUNT" tip men lo weih and ,Nso ..,. 0y .wnr. bed.
COUNTY .
Lax Security IN TNt pcM.ah $'...... .1.* Oood workIng biN CBI haute on
FOWeeiLiiFi r::: ,
$ fled coo fir r. FIOPJIOA aonditlon, lymmjth" Apply 10/WoodChryaler ,, It anal I..11,011.. Ml I ISM
, Veteran Commissioner Jerry ,IN.. PNOATKNA NrII
W. Carter said that ' tm AveFIIs
Jr boldwater( ,IN.. HI I $-$*... H.lp W."t.d .... (i lie i bill
MIfINVILLE
the matter is I think the man'sstatements Jon. Parry todaysaid OHM 1 'M
are eisggeritod." the Walter W, Jenkins at. c.Asi6TO .......".k 1 TellaT......i.. l.. aperioneo WILLIAM S (TONS.. 'INC
.J ALL CFXDITOHI AND F FNON nace.erv but dour N 7.OIN 11 515 M' 01111
Vyt The power company did not Fair showed there was ''ill HAVINQ ClAIM* OP tMANOt > ION, tall. America mo t Pop'
comment immediately on the re. erurtty" In the White House.II AOAINIT tAlP' IITAff uler aaf Oood remmi.nen farfurniahod
.t 'i Voo and aid" ol you are ......y hoepHehaolion, peidy ROYAL MAKiOWMM
; port A spokesman for the tele coupled. that with charge noliliod and roouireO lo ,....... prey xenon ... .,... Ihuarltale | llracliv f ..*.>...*. tb.115
I. .,. phone company said Hlrsch's re. that the State Department ha* .,...... and demanda whMh yu, oroHhor M....' Ingram Cherolel home on ..-..,...*11 lot
I ...... .....
t of you m.* *mtlIho In* II* tin II Ne.23Misc. v It.".* Slit Formerly
\.f port was "wholly Irresponsible." cleared ISO people to handle f Male ol John M llnvIN.. So IS/H II ud .* model. thi
1If'\ In asking Miami Mayor Robert OJI. secrets without full' ...curt.I' pail late el CelL.r: County. loth. ratideiMo: it ollorcd with **
\ / Co>int, Jud|. of Collier' County Sal. w./ and can k*
King ttoh for a copy of the re. -. Investigation Florida ft his fn. IAk.* CourtMoua For pYt lolo,1'i.,5rei well be
j' .I., port.the. -C mmi. oMr.leS "Th Issue of national securl M laid: .ounty at Maple, tow *: **poimmem .
.... I rd..r
't'r4" Florid. within" *.ie III lender' 01110 L.a. e0 Y a a M MI 14/14 or drive
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they could not respond Intent ty and national Integrity flOW monlht Irem the lime ol Iho 1r1pIbk..l,30 pel* of sod but !.." out I* It.,.. Hereof. ones to'
iON \ gently to questions 'because wi has become firmly embedded In of Ihia ....... noted ko and lofly fl..., "ec" themooore !:L _ltli.Fer .IfmlNTIHG.
C
low. Too el each claim. or II Maple/ Furnilur ---- i
reply
inside of the do not know the basil for the this elation Campaign," the ......... ahall .ko in wrilino; and *hallii It/30 SI
THE INSIDE LOOKING OUT This is what the report and the consultant's rec. Republican presidential nom I. > Ih* placo of reaidante and pal for ids Los Hoctri ...., g haw or lived In HemoPVau "'
familiar aheM on Naples street this time of ofii*. ...,... ol Iho tl.im.nl, and .r. ...ellent aondilion AlaoOei too Ihe kind! of Home you
Swamp Buggy Jail a commendations nee oVIared a* tor the first haH .k. worn la ky the .1.,,,,..... ,* deftumidiliM. C.II' HM .went. M mo .kind of neighborhead
year looks like from the inside. Here en enthusiastic Naples Jaycee "I'ls I* a matter In which w. tint he used the Jenkins caseIn *..$ .. attorney and *aaomponi4kv "/S11 -, you went, withio the Niles
l.im /.. alone lit dollar and ".. you **n elferd, when
"Blan" Taylor Rives two comely Swamp Buggy/ Queen contestants have an Important continuing .In. a campaign speech .uch.* claim*. or demon*! oof to Moo *,"V e>l Dmme 551 I/I. tats at C-
circus lion terest and responsibility they hall becom the grand tour of the jail which incidentally was once a For the moment, the Quid. lost yo riNOeiA LINVItifAdminxiralrn I'M. H Mono Powrpump you
In the cage with Taylor are from left Jo Ann Kayburn and said. "We have not permitted water camp had no comment on of Iho *.leleof (/" It* MI| I MM ren iNiTANei
cage. unreasonable earnings by pub. the newly released FBI report John LMvHi d**.* e4IOHOIHOTV IS/PS NTPidO. I sdrlm t bib m e.g Cvprot*
Sharon Naylor. ..M TAvio*, ., A., CJ I too a.le Doll Country Club. ftlaletTerr
lie utilities under our Jurlsdlc- Issued o* Johnson' orders. Attorney* lor AdmmHIrelrid. V. Louts050411105 II r. Floor. F>Merte CyeioHig
tlon." which said Investigator foundno i N ash./a Hlrsch said that the two Mill John M L'.v.".. .,..Mt4Ml Idols. garage paved drive and! landcpod .
Information ,
to Indicate |h< Central Avow .
ties had Mined 1229 million former presidential aide IP 0 **. N5/
compromised
.
To Pick more than! necessary In the last VA secarUy, ". .M'I,1da0..b.. S .IS.. H M. ,IH4 SitNOTICP !. 26..1) I t.we Cdr/11- Mm 15s115 I11ili51hA.od'511.111am tm fee

Each Party Hopes Up five years. Jenkins, arrested twice M ALCOHOUCIAN0NTb10U1MM '..

The MUtties commission said morals charges, resigned alJohnson' OF INTfNTIOh' '" TOOfOltTf '... wrfh drinking IaspIM.A.11h
had ordered Florida Power 1 PCTITIOUNAM.., I'r... lor blip by **itH lendMeeod. .MCAPJIMIAN.
U
request tight days The pubis,. "mlormed ,.... Ih* >. MI I11VisdNI .ofd'?,,_
and light Co. to make five rate ago alter his record was re. under*.|- orepoa .. ...'*'*' Iholoilo "welcomed Meeting. M FwM MtALTVNtAlTOFJt
reductions I* seven years an< veiled.Goldwaier. ...td llilioi>* Neil onder Ih* SaN>at Churth Apses M Sihol "
Florid ......*. .< >lf> Ave every fee ..NPn
House Seats In Nov. 3 Election that there cuts totaled some $21 : talked about the oortmoM Spel MAHMtr 5,5MN11PM33krwkes ?.. P o *Sp.. mi.

million. Jenkins matter In I speech on iwt the. lyp of k *.ina** lo .k* e ftll'all ,"* H"'f'I ia Poe
releted
brM0NIN
"We are oncemed therefore' >lstle.-op csmpslf. tour this M H) TncideMol' andeavori normal Offr.
WASHINGTON (AP) ALthough palpi are ..11111 atreemeni onwher for tile Republicans would not In knowing more about the al. morning from Lo Angela 10 thereto le ke lecoted m Cye'S1,**.* .. NEW i bedroom f ....... Onedalines
Fhwide The e r.rw..r of IK* ,e .... Tars 59 5 .-..-.... tkteiri ot'- Uiiiily
will
tilt colnc b>* tilt them numerical d excessive rates and charges host.a
all 43) ..at.ID the Rouse gin control d Iff* San.Diego. staid i" *)Ol"f ar mad 3514, eolf S MN room tereened porch. Oe.
of Representatlyswill be> filled touch**!. tilt House, for which 211 Totes of puMIe utilities under out 11Int., demanding that the IINNx M* **d 01 II A 11/51 n16Want.d ,.,.. Heel end Aif Con III/ loo,

In the Nov. I .I.ctlon. polities But In their private converse are needed. Republican now jurisdiction," the commisslot: 1 Jenkins report be Issued before MXpiostnr MINIO >< .,.too..*.down*..d ,III...*ear included.month. ut

pro ot both major partial look lions they *r. la sharp disagree have 171 *.ats, including two said. the election was handed to TIt."ow2.L I IHa .) Ye Buy VINCE CONBOY

lor close contests U toss that mint on tile results. vacancies. for control, ther -- newsmen before the FBI report TOM Atterr., .' l.* l/oM p......p .,..... ........
.We should come out with a would bays to chalk: 0eMI S"MA.ae ...11...... P, tit Ith Ave Parkway
onWlrth of the districts.In up a at was released. But Paul ,. Wag. HI Pa"i .n .S. 3'/ ....* Memlonon Co. till jrd Ml MX*
thOM Astrtds, scaMtred net (rain of at least 10 ..at.." pin a 40ai Eligible Negro ner, Coldwater': press Mere. 't"U ''I"N.*. i. IH4 Ill! \ So. */! If SMALL riiAH

Scroll tilt wintry! tilt voter aid a spokesman for the Demo Democrats, on tile other band, Ury, said the Arlson senator { Mry CSI large home Nile

may dcld whether Democrats crai.. "W* win log pane but could lose I* of thelrpresent? stood by K, even IhOMtn "..< H-Auto for Sal.ii kidreem formaAed epartm.i4 Over log Moyel rN"Palm AM

will retsla control of tilt House w. will win man* than w* will seat and Mill kw Donlaalonro Vote In' State have not sea the (FBI) re.port. tree*, menu ........ Moo lien

and whether their nowJteftr lose. K thr 1* I Jotiosoo land. ) ., ." Petcon NT *...rpII III" Prwe JJ'I Me., |t.M* down Own.ti .

asTflB will b>* whittled bj R.. slid. our nlfl win b* mochbdor. Republican El to the IlOla Tad At New Record Coldwaler: Mid Republleani Vow W>(M I dr 51101' JI)M or till Ave*. (rater Norm* eeooereto Ml

publleaa ." the border Wales for their did not create the tssu of socu. 41 ,*... 0.1.... Ir py. "" .. IS/11 H
Moat of tilt a district U which "I dool ... bow w* can fall to heaviest Inroad Into th* Dnoeratle ray ad rity.The II Pall ML. Hr pw. A., JIM ;.p/.N.w. inln/
TALUHAoBCK U A IS Cad.llea MT Pw Aw IV* I1:
.
( ) 151,5
*n to.1 ed> ,
the political stperts Ire doing pick op I mlnlmon of 10 Mats, rank To them, their record cumber of I/ ** have man who ow occupies M Opol Met** ..es |4 N 'N NIN Cdy W.1er, Couely oom:
the bardest work to kop the and prhap 15," aU his R*. ctianc look rood for threealas ecro the Whit HUM raised this TOP OIIAOC v.(0 CAM I..o Mly LsL101 Law Me.r .
rdtrd to vole u tilt Now I .. ...... Hem Dew._...
seat they DOW hare and to pickup ptAneaa coant.rparl.ns.* 1* ( U Alabama, one U flort.da ". Bedlam florlda' n county so.pervlsor Issue. all by klauelf b t lower.tut COLLIER COUNTY ...,..... lot es'. ICIIIpSAIy

other art scvcsBed mar aal based 0* till asjumpOo* that a* nsflr a* Ave U Coorfla, of Ute> *4an4ar ts of the highest. MOTORS .e rinlo/ NaprLuw.Iro.. .

areas with a history of Ivtnc( ere if Cos
tilt wt ars slim victor**. pn I r* p Oabl* rsc*. tf land, four U Mtasoorl two UUorth IIM 1 .MN drnre J.e: M.: <: .o C./ e.
)>.cro** comprise 11 per cent Mid.t t I.4511.05 Ip/Ad5 '. ol- Ivia tte'a. btr..e: L. :,.tJ
OAfly etioucti, the ne la than '* a Undsbd, aU bet u* CsmUaa, one 1* loath of th* Maids populattoier the path, he demanded ,1 /', I5300. Ash N 510 50 N.NP.r0 U gorl Mror.,.id 1 7111 .

chare of ovr-U dlreaicn of a Carolina two 1* Tennessee, croatlo" of a MpartlM watck.tfo .
A rjt.ooo u 5 total pap+AMLas afive I **.._ .bom Der ar. .
tilt rival coDcrcsstooal cam.f Ml ptctop 01 *v** IS **si* three U Tow and thre U .mtoa. < panel t* oversee relsnoe ol r.r} 4l-Tfv.ii. Traders .... J To* AMI> (_Hionor sod

YlrrJnJa.Tb About Mfll\Hegroee are r... FBI report on! the Jenkln nee furnnhod pun wether IIIVH. ...ri"A o,::
r I Republic allO belenfast Wired M Increase of SI OB and o* a contract kkUwkcharg toU 1.; 1 ULKs lot XMM.Q t 44>' /'?* If
nay pick "P asses Sea. .taCallfonda tevolvlnx former SenateDeoweratlc 4u Oo Mo boot ........ *er yourmoney
Marl IHO.WUte .
bow Ud by Demo. too S9-AEr.ap.
BurgerPalace erats fibs U UlarU, tfcr. .lavflaaa reftstratloB totaled *> creUnr Bobby Lirrr fiCf' rvr
Baker.
IOM7 of obis 1.7 IOM reel. w N less sod
,
tIa U Vow Tort, /M Iii N N,1M1T5n.p.rary f-'l:
The case .f Waiter Jenkins RJf' Mo rnlreol
terM DealOChtSC ... ....,
N1,31I -
.
z tare to VasytvnU, and two U sot Ik* only one Of H* ktod." US Ooto* .OM mlo front OoMen
day Open oundayTdohor *-
ack B* Com idle, IdcldcM pdcMar showed- UlJTt He. Cotdvaie Mid. "On ktwdred $4=Mobil. Hemp.Si County eHy _j/ll tf

KtoMSota, OklalkMia. Orfni roe' Democratic mild sad fifty persoM t* lhe aIM For rent o* toll. luj oc,..
rlds.red
and VUceMtau They ar* hoprfulol ( alone have tees ...... for trailer Have M ft. of
11.14' Rspcllaa Department He".. '.."04. ties5 oe..Me C.m.a Pen.,
*.* to Alaska AreaU rr.1: T.r' lt"t1Income
,
\ itncl t The lop cowtl U efroes lira eoworreiwy rteeraitc to Make N..IbMsOIsO w.Y Pse MI
EAST Ana Colorado, IMwr, Idaho registered Democratic were; deel. with *ecw.y names wlea.oat 'i5, )113 M/.p.3//1 *...,

0!" THE nAIL yw JsT*1, *<" MUeo, Ohio Dust. S0.081 Dtnral 40JOBj sad wattln. for full field i.VM.UgstkM. a PM, "- Property

and Wait vTnlaU. orIllf'lIOn4. ." ALWAYS VOTIS onory War..
Democrat co* *d* thai ther I ColdwaUr said M wanted. that Nile C.Mr.Mv Lee....
TIle lap covtUe KefToe .
OPEN 24 HOURS U *ooi* tu** tat IM R MbliCMbene recistered Ropubttcsn. wereiDJ MBSlllkM to MJMO both FBItfi9ft Rip t* .H .Neitherox 4 XIWN NW c;: Ap/Nna"5,
eonlUddutrlct taregr >i
ef tile
la nay .,CIU; Dvval 1871 Brow. and '"a ak* Ihesa pithlie DIWff'S LGIUIXJIfIfC MARlOWE AND BECK
others they *ay one tt I5Ie111" MI
bat t*
vttal. the ln nd* Pf Mtlonatanurest +
and Palm rculIMTN
Ww. die CdfTo I* Jt THE rtXESTBCBCEX tile oar II ti of ..etJAttbLlkM *I.7M Mil: rtaalla; sod KlUborMC 1,44% *. Md wiuue the I.UK* ft.... ., . 'It .., ..... MONTH OfALTOM4t PING jI".. UMl .

L __ 5e DT TOWS .. 1.CKO. limit: of this aelloadU tle-lkM. I( ,.I. . J" I 50234Q., IUS11


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10 COUIM COUNTY NIWS

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$ ;I". OtUfer 23, 1964 ,
BOAT PROUDLY



Nation Pays HAVEN



Honor TodayTo NAPLES, inc. j PRESENTS



HooverWASHINGTON -


(AJ) Her. ...trunk-size portability THE NEW-MORE POWERFUL '
bert Clark Hoover return Ui

death funeral today honor to receive In a highest capital man-slte power ((55 MERCURYFeaturing

where lie served a* lilt preel.

dent.President Johnson leads the MERC IS

he country ha* called in the"a tribute wise Americana to a man 20 horsepower, 2 cylinders new engineered silence (No padded insulation) More Power From

- humanitarian 'Uieen of all
mankind."

funeral Johnson train arranged as it arrived to meet from the sound engineering, has made me 1965 Meres the Quietest outboards you can buy

New York in early afternoon, -1
and escort the caisson to the

treat There rotunda the catafalque of the that Capitol.bore MERC g mmlJ o IDs new Quiet iront-runner

the bodies of -
Abraham Lincoln
and readied.John F, Kennedy was 50 horsepower, 4 cylinders 01! the outboards

The ceremonies Include the MERC X10 o a
Urine of a Slgun salute, ruffles
and nourishes from military .-- -
.,
the bands Chief", the playing and such of hymns"Hall as to i- 100 horsepower, 6 cylinders If IIw '

"0 Beautiful For Spacious
Skies." To go with the engineering ___ __
Neither of the country's two that made the Men
living former presidents was 10(0 the worlcl's lint and only
able to attend today's ceremo. 100 'hp outboaid, we've added
dies Dwlgtit D. Eisenhower was another Mercury exclusiveMerc's ,
in Walter Rend Army Medical
Center her for treatment of a new silencing system
painful couch: and Inflammation The Mete 1000 has been com
of his windpipe. Harry S, Tru. pletely redesigned from power-
man is convalescing at his Into. head to prop to make' it 50',
pendence, Mo., home from the quieter The new 1000 will itlll
effects of a fall. pin every other outboard afloat
At about t p.m., Eastern i (and. most fnboards\ too), but
Standard Time, the rotunda was '
.hop\ 'flit-oVr/ sound like
to be opened to the public until 8 :
It', running; at only half throt
p.m., or later if neressiry. Sun.
day the body 1 I. to be flown to j' tle. Sound engineering lets you
Iowa, for burial In Hoover's ; experience the thrill and excitement .
native town, West Branch. <. ) of high horsepower without .
Hoover died in New York "(MR" the "tacket" found In com
.
Tuesday at the age of 90. Thou. Merc 200/20 hp2 cylinders ',(rn4inetr
sands filed past Ms casket thereIn ".'<. ;, JetttRs/ l t I'V""vtl'S! :; ,i,_ -
..
the treat Episcopal Church of .
St. Bartholomew's on Park The Mere 200 I Is Just the right power for your light t I I.' "
From Its sound-iiolated cowl to
Avenue. runabout or small houseboat. for fishing hunting
.
its Jet-Prop exhaust this
And Thursday the tumult of even ikling Whatever the chore, the Merc 200
presidential politics was stilled does It with a light heart and a strong back. Mere 500 represents all the
for the moment II all four con. knowhow Mercury has (fathered
tenders for highest national from years of producing more
posts attended simple, Impres. MEIC 11 four-cylinder, 00-drgree alter- Merc 1000 /100 hp / 6 cylindersIn
sine services in the church. \. 'na 'firlnr, two-eyvly l outboards
The candidates President .
than all other manufactured

Sen.Johnson Hubert Sen.H.Barry Humphrey Goldwater and, 9.8 horsepower, 2 cylinders l lwL600 / 60 hp /4 cylinders combined.

,
Rep. William E. Miller sat WeaWU SlP 1
fairly close together but except ol hewar uncalcllalles..s
for a nod passing between Gold. m

not water seem and to Humphrey notice each, they other.did MEIC lil Spy, art H myMEIC.H, f


EisenhowerIn 35 horsepower, 2 cylinders [I([ ) Hk_]


90 horsepower, 6 cylindersNo
Hospital;

Has Bad Cold S match competitor's the new Mere outboard 900'a com.can

binatlon of speed power and
WASHINGTON CAP) fuel New caiburetlonand
economy.
Former President bwtght D.Elsenhower .
stricken sudden.ly Power-Dome combustion
chambers he Ip make the 000
with a painful cough and raw
throat la In Wilier Reed more economical than a 75 and
Army Medical Center to guard faster than other OO's. No matter .
against complications. I- what your best" Is, with a
.11
HIS condition was described Mere 900, you ran start later
a* satisfactory, save for the t go farther, and get there looner
moderately severe Indamma. pn a lot leis fuel.
tlon bronchial of tubes.his windpipe and

His doctors prescribing
antibiotics expect Improvement

The today QUid or entry Saturday Into, the bos. ,,:i/!.... 1t" 1-' ". The new Mere S50 looks husky.
pltal Thursday afternoon for an and I Ie husky, yet It's the lightest
estimated seven to 10 day stay t" : ',. 35 hp outboard ever built
presumably takes the 74year. .. IJI. 'r. It has the lame streamlined
old Republican out of the next ',.."" '\ rl 4 \ ,I" "family" styling si the 4- and
stage of the election campaign. .Moro 10 { 9.ahpl 2 cytlnd.: .. .1"I 6-eylinder Mores and Iti one Merc 900 / 90 hp / 6 cylinders
So fast was the onset of the I ';_" ,'- LX .t" -L "r piece drive shaft homing li
Illness that an aide noticed only sound-engineered with Her-
a slight huskiness In Msenhow.er's The functional and smooth Glide-Angte design of the '. Wdl of Water dealgn
new
fur -
voice fin evening before. Mere 110 places It and other fishing Mercs alone at
that silences mechanical vi.
But throuibnlct f It be. their clan.
the top of ,
bratlon and exhaust nolseiaw
came worM. By Thursday -i-C
morning the former president
was so ill he had to drop plane MEIC i mwwmi\ (lour
to attend the New York City 'I'.
funeral services for another 6 2 cylinders .
former president, Herbert horsepower, M MrM to m

Hoover, who died Tuesday at ;;) Merc 350 / 35 hp / 2 cylinders
VN
the age of 90.6eeMower. ,.
vmsmil MEN E.I1
was driven to I
Walter Reed by his personal

driver admittance, an to Army the sergeant.military hoe.On 1'( L size molar run lull-power MERC I 65 horsepower, 4 cylinders

pit, Eisenhower was speaking z : -
with extreme difficulty, and his
At Mercury, we don't try U
croupJlke cough brought up

phlegm his"ailment. extending overwork! ,our thst's four-cylinder why w. h.loI engine -
beyond UrracJtU.X
tys showed no signs of j1 dowa the Mtre 1&0 I"", "nltt >"
pMumonts, doctors Indicated, $ hp. and thats why n* mad,
sad Elsenhower' heart-Mt by it an in.line eniriM I In-tea o' ...f. .i
a severe attack In 1955 -was '\" Meixuo's SMsll-hoir, .h"'l.
described U very good. a itroks design predurn SO .
lower comhustleil and inertia
.r1
Fitzek Wins forcf than eempetitive 'big
liarrel" V-4V Tits> means !less
"ear and tear and J a more 4epenilable .
New Honors mere durable engine

BanenWe,Oct. Is-TbIltes' ---
M Academic Achievement
Award has been earned by Cadet The' new Men "'I. the iMlle
.James Kenneth ritselr, BOW en. of Merrury'i "I powwrfel line,
rolled at Gordon Military Cob But take a class .leek at thislittle
legs, by direction of Colonel tingle-cylinder oulVoirH
UMa E.Science Tales, with Professor approval ofMlllUry and you'II find feateree that Mere 650 / 65 hp / 4 vl'>nder

of Colonel Woodrow light Free. competitor idling. I meets m.
Went a order to be considered p:\, de.'1 ".....
for the award, a student must :
be In the top 10 per cent of the .
Military Class, BOA THAVEN
Cadet flttes Is the son of Merc 60 /6 hp/ 2 cylinder
Mr, and Mrs R. J. Fits**, Jr. l
whose address Is J79 Broad Ave.,

N.,Naples The Marc M i. feet fee fwhtafS' eiMep bO*>*. NAPLES, in c. --/J

canoes and auxiliary ", w.r. Easy te handle, easy,
grew YOUR 10 start and esy the ,....b'k.; the Mere sot is Mere 39 / 3,9 hp / single cinder 0

DfNC', anrxs1OlMmc easy tu Inv
rOUf '- .
aversHOHTH