The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075047
oclc - 34296134
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Preceded by: Collier County news
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Naples Getting c By THE ASSOCIATED or PRESS

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W !government reluctant to Join
the U.S.-sponsored mlied-
WeekendThe ,. manned nuclear Atlantic fleet -
'Buggy' a U studying a compromise plan

government; sources **'.

Foreign secretary Patrick
?taBsl$ Gordon Walker It
t sat. the parade ful costume of yesteryear will may present
annual Naples fever Indication are S1 MO to U.S. Secretary of State Dean
Swamp Buggy Days Is Just will surpass those of previous be a dinner for two at the Beach Pa1) Hurt when the two meet next

around the corner, and plans are years Hodges said( As of yew Club Hotel, Mrs. Blodgett said. : ,. ;T. TSAA weak tn Washington.At .
afoot to make It the biggest and terday 25 floats have been enter. Second prize will be an orchid X "
best yet. There's a record num. ed While it Is nut. necessarythat and third price will consist of a originally proposed the
ber of queen entrants, parade units desiring to mask or choice between a corncob: pipe t I 1.3 FIFTH AVENYl United elates envisioned a

plans look bright, race InterestIs enter floats in the parade notify and a box of snuff with dip stick. .-) "'' .? P-* :: North AUantle Treaty. Organ!uu
high and beards are seen officials, Hodges said It wouldbe Mrs Blodgett said that women ;) Won force of 15 warship! roam.
everywhere. appreciated If they would do spectators as weU as those taking Ing the MM, each armed with I
Plans for this year's Swamp so In order that he ran plan accordinglY active part In the parade on polaris missiles The British
Buggy Parade are rapidly taking He may be reachedat floats are eligible for prizes. I [ compromise would reportedlycut
shape, Earl G. Hodges( parade MI 2-8555. Awards will be mad In ambler I 1 'LJAJE back the force to 11 ships.

marshal said yesterday. Chief Nine marching bands will be Park Immediately following the !J
Innovation Is a change In the In the line In addition to the parade. CAMOItRPtak
point of assembly which has been Fort Myers drum and bugle corps f--
made necessary by construction and an oriental band on a Shrine JAILERS ACTIVE' r--1 PARIS (AP) The French
work In the area of the old Na. float. Some COswtmpbugglesare Naples Jaycees were out Sat. government; has taken another
plea Hotel where the line of also expected to participate. urday with their swamp buggy SWAMP BUGGY PARADE'iII assemble thUyer at M ,o\y n &>uth. sip toward contraction of the
march has formed In past years. Jail selling swamp buggy badge between the beach and First Street Earl THodjrea:' parade ",atahlt"a'Announced ." tajversonl Concorde Jot trans.

This year the parade will form DRESS AWARDS with which to help defray ex.penses Sti .,it and sewer construction nan forced Swamp muggy officials to

at Filth Avenue South, and the Another Innovation In this of the annual celebra Abandon th < ustoman Third street route for the parade The above diagram port.The National Assembly sp-

Beach and will march east on year's celebration which should tion. The coming week 1* ex. shows the route the parade: Hill take as It starts at 1:01: p.m Saturday afternoon proved Friday a civil aviation
fifth Avenue to Ninth Street add color to the event la the pected to see Increased activity budget for lieS that Include $M
where It will turn south for one announcement by Mr*. Rachel along this line. Those wearing million for devl block and then west to Gambler Blodgett secretary4reasurer of beards are exempt from the proposed 1,450. mile an hour

Park where It will disband. Swamp Buggy Days, Inc., that clutch of these amateur"depu. u .*-*-* airliner. Engineers hope theM /
Budges asks that all units meet prizes will be awarded to women ties.* >* $373 million French-BrUUb
not later than 12 o'clock noon spectators along the route of the Also seen on the streets yew project la operational by 1171.
Saturday so that It may begin at parade who are attired in the terday was a group of the Naples Contest
1:01 p.m most colorful old-fashioned Joyless, a younger group span. Queen -
cored by the Jaycee organlta.Uon .
clothes.A new group called "The Gold who were out selling color. .1 Closes; 43 Girls BERN, $wtt lair snd (AP) -

Diggers," headed by Mrs. John. rut hate aa their contribution to In The Running The retted Betel an Argentine government citlsea baa are on
the community
la appealing to Naples
RENEW roux tDRIVER'S Young charges he spied for the Soviet
LICENSE 1, women to take mothballs"their "old time and j i Forty-tour young\ ladle signed\ Union' In Bvttserland for eight
dresses out of I
up a* entrants in 1 the Jaycee. years
DURING/ YOUR wear them during the parade. Absentee Voter Whet sponsored Swamp Buggy The department of jostles I

BIRTH MONTH First prize for the most color. Deadline Queen contest With one with announced the arrest Friday but I
drawal that mean a total of 41 did Nit! nan the man, who waa I
Up Next ThursdayThursday t girls' will be on the stag of Identified u a key member t*
the Senior High. School auditor.taajL the Argentine Communist Par I

will the thins( rtlmbury Judging ty. U aecoMl: him or passing J
aivH ttlon Will be be received ut day for .Thursday. night at ft.ft hiM *aoltw& f wt* .to the

ibent voter ballot, Registrar tl name of the girl who with Rucetan and acting a* a ...
Edna Cribb Sods says I. drew la Barbara Rr***. Sh re war tact man for lortet agents la

She report that 234 person sponsored by the Board Club Western Europe.UNITED .

In the ouoty already have tiled Hotel/
Eight of the finalist elected -
ippllotlons. A total of 109 bal.
tots have been PRICEDANETTC FAEKBER Thursday evening will attend the
+ already returned. LAURIE NATIONS "..T.CU
l Coronation Ball at Beaeh Club
Thou who vote absentee must
M MMr Mi Mi Mt
) lteretU'J.OI"lral U
Hotel Saturday night when the
have their ballots In the r gla. Thant atarted
ti .tI'r office no later than I p.m. "queen"<< will be chosen and polling memberatoday
whether to
ele-tton November, Z, the day before the Final Round Of PGA crowned.The last two entrant tn th* the U.N.m General Assembly postpone to

five Uw United State and Rus.ala l
Voters who will be out of town weeptake whlrb officially
time to try to work out their
closed Friday, are DaiwtleFaer.ber
or the physically cast unable absentee to go bal.to of till lance Drive, and dispute over U.N. peaeekeeplnfdue
polls can due.
i At Beach Club Today Laurie Price, a junior at high
loin, Mr*. Santa says Thy can aent out nodes Mane
school: and th* des hiey Of
apply in person at her office or
whether the
assembly should be
Mein Betts rIlMflp( BOy.jw"lt' MwMWfSouth (
apply u writing. If the appll. deferred
from Nor 10 to Dee. 1
The final round of the lOtb annual Florida fGACtiam* ,
cation u In writing, thevoter'asignature
aa requeeted by 41 delegation .
must be notarized. plonsMp lournsfnera will be played' today at the Reacts Uanirtt Is I sponsored by Phi
The United States hat caned
BU Kappa and her favorite bob. ;
Those who apply In person can Club. .
for a ahowduwa whether the
have their signatures witnessed At the half way mark at th* conclusion of play Friday by la reading Becky' a new for Soviet Union ahuuld lose ItsanemWy !

by Mrs. Santa, she explain Bill Girard of tiriiots and Jack Lilacs of Jupiter led boutique. shop I* sponsor and vote becauee of aon*
Laurie who enjoy dancing
After the voter receive his the pro mrlt with two-round scores of 139.At payment of back due for U.N.
ballot and vote it, h* must' I IIt put Johns of Puma Oorda 14 the amateur field. with swimming. peacekeeping tn the Congo and I
in a sealed envelope Then he the Middle East
'4- e-1".
sign the envelope! and this. *lg.
Other II the end of round
ldlng pro r0 went
nature also must notarized
the registrar pointed out. Skip Alexander, I40j Itenry Castillo. 142| part Morgan, Queen! Rehearsal j

There are ,902 waters In the 142t Gordon Jones, U8 One Ragan 149( Dab Hn IALBBURY, Souther* RAO.
surety eligible to cast ballots 143s and Ai Johns 143. Set For TuesdayA deal CAP) MaJ. Gen. John
1 In the November 1 election.There Pet Cooper the defending champion Mho tired a 60 Anderun, dlamlaMd a* com
will be contest on the national the first diy potted TO Friday for a total of. 14$. 'l-hli rehear! for all erf raid* to nwder of the armed forces,

and stale level. On the total Derbyshire, Dig Cypress pro who shot an eves TO the the Swamp Buggy QUM eontst charges that pulley difference
JOY HODGES: named "ntudentnftin
.tUlor1 '
\ Is contested of. will be bell Toeeday at 7IOp.m, .
level, *o office : with the government led to his
neoumr4 difficulties and soared to
"-month f'.1.i s, ptnnb:: i II'' i rrunni.i ,'" hiidfnrt.n : tidally, though one candidate day putting U the auditorium of the Naples femoral

nt tlN pica Senloi<< IIi)th 8.1'HlI t' Jim \Villi rondurtlag a write-In campaign. TO Friday Senior High School.Mr Premier Ian Smith' govern

I,,* Siudciit f'DUIII'it |)U'sid"iit 'salt. \ II PIVMMUIIIK H* and three other Republican Scores of local amateur' after the second round' were *. Anglo Caballero puUU mint dtimliaed Anderson FrU

t'i'", fitifii its. '::.iblcninKK lIt th rpi" 'ml I/<:u" seeking aunty 'iffl'* were ruled a* fellewit. Bob Abbott, M-U.I,"| Tom Abbott, /1-bi'Ibei city chairman ot the modest, day. paying .he was being re. ,

hit. t: e :>&IIt i last spring by a Irs Clpelle. 81-84-Wi, George O.). '4-eOe1l4.rry; aki that all girl seeking the tired became of age rte I* SO.omcer ;
is II"i tl kII. : he atd WiltS '1I.I1t Act be ;au.e of a fll.ug withdrew-. $t Bob Kerr M
i NEWS photo .(eetfgulartt" :; after On* rounds OJ. sevens, t497l. Tom Queen, attend tile apodal retwar. serve 10 more yeara.Anderaon .
weeks, '94-i-lftli Bill Balky, ,4-XMT4t An Faukoner said that ho was
89-81-1"',; George O'G re.n. M-M-liei and I red sabThe GUlled became he refused to
popularity sweepstakes accept: the while aupremletgovwrnment'f
$ closed UfioiaUy at ao ,.... FrU
In !tie first round of dw Florida Cup Match, playedx proposed
day *Uh the aamo of 44 young lion of from BrtU
> rhurtdjv, die amatoart wore leading' the pros. I'up' k<:V>*fuU entored. a1n.

t Full Week Of

yY Jury Trials County Building Department I

Opens. Wail Judge Monday Arctil odom On The Hop-And More Ahead

wLrcikl; *during" ifttflwecVaschsdui

.* of civil Jvrjirlalt&U Acti,4y at aM Colll' '.w*> permit for a 41 by 44out lum. Blvd., east Trail IMorseHIo.
week at tbe eaurollou.Jt. Building Unnm ''otirued" bet warehou at Imatofcalee. Carl Anderson will build a
Mike Plk WIll beard W by 60. til,000 restdMure at Palm River
The first week of Xovewtxr on a high level thl KM weed,
dlr. will be more if th* same. II B I41AC OTflklal ran Hemater fold commercial building lor Estates, Wtubker and Nicholas
Jerrr CUmnvm at Naples Com.BMrelal look out three (permits lot houses
vb!> JudiM Lynn CoraM on the uoed 11 permits bmdu 000 10 sew eonetraetion.Clemmor /.
t* Honk NaplN. Estimated IICfIo
Title week's eniattv pehe&le saM k* win new M .
atnirtion coals will be .ne.
.-rm.... fey Marco Isl.na i W.r.Irgrewd .
-A cases u a* fattowttMonday M,17, and '_.111.
10 ...., Castle/ | Corp piort i Mwaesreedy Plane Checked Three ala Jmtt apartment build.Ing .
to (MM Tkatwltl
ft ,,.jrrabe '. WflHaaa D. add MHithor Mmvlar kith Russian TankerMIAMI ee4 costing M.tOO, will
$350,000 ;t f Lilt
b* I* Immokalee. Jim
sar.tJougf&. sego rmgJlgence.
Otntwr local, which "W staml
""usdyV; P.... Robert at tlU,.... (AP>-Havaii Radio Moody I* listed a* owner.cos.strador

Swain r. fcmmokakw' UunUr Mme a "o nt.ltor t ..*.l'S said Saturday mel the sew tovtettaiAer for tHoilhelD.sad W,1.
Cnwford I ta named similarly for
damages. two Urge wmfts.. The deve.l0nt HV.M WM chocked by

W.idly. g....?. W>. firm took: (Ml a 100,000 VnMo4 States plane and ,.r. the w.c.t Ird.whttlock will build a residenc .

Royal. '. w>. BrhmM serve their islAM suMlrtJlo proached Cut* cm a voyage from
*. sore neftlgcnco. Nurse Creek north of Maple
The II by 44.ta4 building .** 80.
Thursday, *. Owen So
i. dMlgne4 by hate e. Veasel.Later Th br<*rf aj., stonliored to Oarthl Dupr.e wW baUd a| ,SOO
alas. '. jMeph, Gatlind, auto to the week. MIDC lookout Miami. aM three VA plane how east of InunokalM.

a wo.ooo permit tr a pri. Sew over the to *? and a Mp Belle toy Mtrdto I* the owner
;TWO TUP BOOKS'' u perms; baim, 1 K ap bat. there 1* a.. ..m. Naples! Plwwrtnf wade rM dubs go *p oa Big laid her, of a flt,000 IIUIobM iMi.dM .

:' for fun too. Jim Wiilu :u.'i 11 >* c rar Jar.o and Masonry *.Narionai Mum pM, a lIMIt et of Th. Revels CVM.M. Cob 45,.. e. la be bum by lists Home
i., f:. r.. nnd Ann Mogen .r. th.- f ..AI'" tld.i in " 3f High School G 1P'WJI....r t.u Dottd*r*Suppfy seen Of pus ope** fJIII tuuvm 000 KM of oU''' day M her ...... Hariey Cher puns buud.
> \ the Straifht-A honor roll at th<- CUd "( it f n' IfTadltll prt
-i 4Jph.mo" the other three arc fniitn I NEWS photo) .f fatUry .....'Ult. i,A. Jo mines look ** 11.000/ 1.aIA8d deMa. \tog lot n.OOO la East Kaple

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2 i OUItR COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.>, Fl. Sunday Octob.r$ 25, 1964 Part flf A Series Defecting Red

The Need Behind Athlete Sent

Our United Fund To BaltimoreBALTIMORE

(AP) A Hun.

I low much do you know about the activities of the iev garlan canoeist and two coun.

Clij agencies)/ hcnefltln" from >OIM' United Fund end -" trymeo arrived here today after

uri++n' 1hU Is one of a s'r\csofanlclesonttll' e r defecting at the Tokyo Olyrn.

,l/Jlcles' 1>'9drh! serve Napes' and the County, as pi o. 'I',+ YSd'TIc pia. They were spirited from

i led I II) ihe Lin''! I and l r>; .IIt/"I.r( ,. Friendship Airport In secrecy
by a group of men who were

4 apparently OS. government

Future CitizensNot agents

a.. Andras Toro, 34, who finished
fourth In the Canadian Canoe
: a particularly Informa. satisfactory arrangement was!
singles at the summer Olyro.
tlve title, but an organization worked with the City of Naples
pica, Denes Kovacs 42.year.oidelectrician
who h has meant much to the wherein the plot was deeded to
and Karoly Molnar
youth of Naples. Because of It.rapid' the 'city in return for a 30-year ,
a 38.year.old teacher arrived
of the lease at $1.00 on a
growth, many pre. per year
ONE YOUNG CURLEW is noa firm believer( the aboard a commercial plane
sent residents of Naples un. plot of 9975 square feet In after a flight from Tokyo via
in the' old admonition about keeping sour nose southwest corner of Gambler
doubtedly unfamiliar with its
clean after a bout with a two-pound clam. Ernie history and are purposes, and the Park. The land was available; NEW INDI'STIIV':; for i N :ildt.;' K>'t"lull'i'\\ ,I iv tit tin airport\ 1\1\1'11 Pnppili Anchorage Their Seattle and' Chicago
flight was on the eighth
Carroll) of the Outboard Marina, cruising the inland good it has accomplished the money to erect a building was Fabrics tnimalh opens; its dins :Mondax Tht' n"I\" loiuiiu npuntedIn anniversary of the 1956! Hun.

waterway toward Marco, found this young Back in 19SS, when the Boy not. About 25 years ago the Mi' ;and :Mis I loni'l \inrlnlf designs and puntfabm. '* "ith a garlan Revolution.

f..llovinmd! down and rescued him just before Scout and Girl Scout movement Wilkinson Estate had given Na. silk screen prOI'I'Sf Show n lu'p with out ot' the silk screens used and Although they had talked to

the rising tide engulfed him. The bile clam buried was beginning to take stronghold plea Scouts, Turner Barnes .
n pieceof f.ibiu punted horn it are, from It-ft PoppAlexandioff. newsmen In Seattle, they were
in th" nod was more than the "nosey one" could here, a group of citizens Trustee the county., a piece This of was propertyIn sold Lionel 1 Alcxandiofl! and Eduardo l Riuhitfiuv. thoir assistant taken off their plane and out a

lift. (NEWS photo) felt provided that to facilities should be in May for $900. This money ( NEWS photo) side exit of the airport here
encourage growth while newsmen and photogra
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was turned over to Future Clt-
of the movement. The most pliers waited inside.
urgent need was a dub house. Irons, Inc.
Airport personnel trying to
Since title for property must In addition, Mr. Morris in Defector Says keep the from, the plane
September the corporationan Thousands File Past Hoover press
Suits ; gave
Condemnation be vested either In some person and the defectors, cited "State
or organization, Future Cltl. additional plot of 2V4 acres AfraidTo Department rulings.
He Was
located In the Coconut Creek
tens, Inc., a non-profit or. In Washington, State Depart.

Filed On Gator Alley of ganizatlon ruary Florida.IS, 1955 was It chartered was by organized the State Feb. Section.many However donations, with the of$900 building cash, Bier; Burial In Iowa Today Go Back HomeTOKYO ment Closkey ment"Press was said Office responsible the "UJS.Robert govern for J. Me.the

materials by local merchants, AP A
with Elms Clements, Tom ( ) )'ounelIunearian arrangement at Friendship. He
Truesdale J. C. Caruther, the fact that no architect fees WASHINGTON (AP) In a pageantry of a fallen American Olympic team mem. declined further' comment."I .

and the state the appraisers' report and set.tlements D.O. McGoon, William O. or supervision fee were slow, steady stream Americans leader lying in state. ber told police he feared new am a young man," Toro
Collier County will be determined or Tracy, C. Clinton Warren, J. charged by anyone, It wa pos. honored their 31st president today The bright hues of the flag repressslons In his homeland said arriving at Seattle

Road Department have filed Clr. else orders of taking will be Thad Moss and William D. HU. Bible to erect the building with. fling past the body of the flowers, and the full dress following the fall of Soviet Pre. Friday upon night "There 1* more

cult Court condemnation proceed. Issued, It Is planned on as director. Tom Trues. out selling this latter piece of Herbert Clark Hoover In Its uniforms of the honor guard mien Khrushchev and defected career ahead of me In this Uf
Toga against 86 owner of land The tight schedule has been dale was elected president and property which will be valuableIn flag-draped casket under the standing motionless around the Saturday H* left by plane for a country."

within the Everglades Parkway established to meet a January has continued In this respon. the futur', O'8Ibly for camp. Capitol dome.A casket touched the solemn hoped-for asylum In the United Toro and Molnar said

riffht.ot.way. deadline for acquisition of all lblllty since lug purposes. It should be em. brilliant autumn sun shin. scene with splendor under the State*. had they
planned their defection
The county has been able to right of way, Adami laid. In April 1B55, Ben W, ),Morris phailzed that not one cent ha* lug through the dome' high slanting rayi of sunlight. A day after another memberof Xovacs laid he decided to de.

secure voluntary donation of ap. Many of the nearly CO parcels Jr., voluntarily rave to Future ever been paid to the director window lighted the cavernous Hoover, who died Tuesday In the Hungarian team and two feet Wednesday after to

proximately 85 per :ent of the named In the suit are tracts of Citizens, Inc., for the purpose or others sponsoring Future rotunda and the plcturellke New York at the age. of 90, Is Hungarian tourist defected and an American of talking de.

Dialled "Alligator Alley"rlght.of.way. less than an acre, with estt. outlined, a plot of 10,000 square Citizen, Inc. w to be burled Sunday afternoonIn asked asylum in the United scent Hungarian

Value of the re. mated valuations of as low as feet which he owned, locatedon A quite satisfactory building his native Iowa.: His body, States, Balla Gabor, 22, of the Toro
malntng IS per cent la estimated $20. The suit names six parcels Broad Avenua, South. This was erected, with modern brought to Washington Hungarian pistol team, bolted was first Communist

in the condemnation suit at as being worth more than $3,000. plot was actually deeded to the faculties, Including kitchen and remained at the C a Frlda'l I Communist rule. He had fin. athlete to defect during theTok'o

$93,910 by county.appointed ap. These large tracts are listedas organization in June. However, rest rooms, etc. The ground UAW Votes throughout the day. shed 20th In the rapid fire pistol today. Last games week, which Viktor wound Ivan up

pralserc follows 86.64 acres in Sec. it developed that the location of available has made It possiblenot Filing In from both sides competition. He sought asylum witch ,
Contract have been let Shisheyalkln
already a seaman
for construction of two portion 6, Twp. 50, Rge. 31, owned by this plot would Interfere come.what only for Boy and Girl Scouts from the Senate side and the through the West Germany aboard the Soviet Olympic tour.

Federal Mortgage and InsuranceCo. with plans by the city of of Naples to enjoy these tacit House side, came the citizens Embassy 1st ship defected.
of the 78-mlle toll road. All 21 ,
opening the portion of Broad ties, but also for them to en. On who knew and Gabor left for West Germany
miles In Broward County were Naples, valued at $12,000; Today remembered, Within hours of Toro's de.
let last month to Cone Brothersof 24.09 acres In Sec. 2, Twp. 50, Avenue, South, and a mutually tertaln who out-of-town" Boy Scouts, and the "citizens too young to aboard a Japan Airlines flight fectlon, a Nationalist Chinese
have via Alaska and
Tampa for $8.500.000 Right Rge 26, listed as held In trus.teeshlp the club put up tents around know. They came, as one of Anchorage Olympic marksman defected to
for West .
by First National Bankof house them said, to pay honor "not Copenhagen, Germany.The
of-way problem i in Broward were the Communists Japanese palice
Fort Lauderdale, valued at Welfare State The Scout House Is used every Pact only to him personally but to West Germany Embassysaid said Ma
minimized since most of the land day in the week by Girl Scouts. GM the office" he will be processed in Chlng Shan 38,
was owned by the Central and $11,000; II Is had asked to Join his parents on
used his for
Southern Florida Flood Control Tract of 22.59 acres In Sec. Film Irks Demos evening by the Boy Not more than four blocks Frankfurt on application China's Communist mainland.He .
Scouts. In in United States.
District. 33, Twp. 49, Age 26, ownedby lor addition It Is used DETROIT Mich. (AP) The i, away at Washington's UnionI asylum the was placed under protec.

A 10-mile stretch Sllu Inc. of New York, TALLAHASSEE (AP) The evening training sessions for United Auto Workers' rank an I Station, the special train had His three defecting country live custody, but a Japanese
extendingwest valued at two Florida Public Utilities Commls.slon Scout leader. The grounds mr. Motor arrived at about 1(33 men already are In the United
$10,400; parcels file In General far-flung; p.m., and foreign office spokesman said
from State Road K9 In Col.
will look Into the dlstrtbu. rounding the building were re. the sad ritual States They are Adras Taro, 24,
totaling 21.20 weighed a tlced to
Her County will be built by R.H. acres, owned by car.tactory empire pra pre. he would be allowed to go to
Wallace and Lucille Lewis, tlon by two firms of a movie cently beautified with gifts of decision today whether to end a i, clslon, began.President who finished fourth In the canoe China "If It Is definitely estab.Ilshed .
Wright Construction Co. for $1
Hamden, Conn., valued at$8,480 film attacked by Democrats as plants and shrub placed by don. month Jong strike. Johnson and his singles at the Tokyo Olympics; that he wants to to
750,000. East and west Of this ;. ated labor. The $700 Denes Kovacs, 42, an electric go
7.7 acres listed a! owned b y political. allotted by The UA W'. GM local unions i wife, the Hoover family, the ,China and that he had not been
10 mile are owners of parcel Commission Chairman Ed the Greater Naples United Fund an, and Karoly Molnar 38, a
Mildred Ray Miami, valued at across the country; vote In secret many friends Including former coerced In any In that ded.
who. have refused to donate right $7,700$ and 6.8 acres owned b y!, Mason?said that the commission) ere for."neces.ait::fepi lr* and ballot on the question to Vice President Richard M, Nix. teacher slon." way

of way. i James 'D.lI. Naples, valued at would nut decide If the Him,maintenance of thl*,much 1IIJedIIUdtJrAq .day. The return to work of more ion; moved slowly through the .- The slight, dark-haired Toro,
County :.Attorney***JamM R. $6,500. called "The Welfare State" was wtlaw" than 300,000 employes hinges on i cordon of the escort the Marines who left his patents and three

Adam, who filed the suit,named A total of 86 defendant an i, political and If so, who paid for the result. with red.strlped trousers, ; brothers in Hungary, said he

November 13 as the date of a named In the suit, 24 of them i it- Impetus for a favorable verdict the gold stripe of Army, the had made up his mind to defect,

hearing before Judge Lynn out-of.state 33 In Dade County Florida Power Corp. and Tarn. came Friday night when. blue-white of Air Force, the before going to Tokyo.A \

Gerald, who Is scheduled to ap. 14 In Broward, eight in Collier, pa Electric Co. distributed the 3rd AnniversaryOf the union's General Motors i white sea caps of Navy, the boat builder, he said r.

point ippralser then. Another and seven others from other location film but stopped when the con. Council voted overwhelminglyto i black of Coast Guard. eventually hopes to go to Sac.

hea I December 18 will hear In Florida troversy arose, Mason said. Un. Berlin Wall recommend a return to work Paces before the official parity ramento, Calif.

... .. der state law, utility companies The council, a representative I the young military men Kovacs, who said he left Hun.
- cannot make contribution to po. national group, acted on the i snapped to salute. And then gary because he was single, has

Peace Candidates' lineal campaign War Of NervesBERLIN recommendation of HAW Presl came the long Interval while the relatives In the United States.

The Hlllsborough County Dem. dent Walter P. Reuther. flag draped casket was handed Molnar, who said he became

Names Won't Be On ocratlc Committee laid the film (AP) Soviet and Reuther predicted to newsmen .down from the train and the an antUCommunlst when ffus
i''had been shown In connectionwith American tanks faced each that the negotiated national salute again as It passed scan tanks crushed the 1954:

4v Y wPLESEATRE November Ballot political meeting. other mutzle-tcMnuzzle for 16 agreement between General 1 I Then, outside the station The revolt, told his mother and a

perilous hour at the Berlin wall Motors and the union would gel thorse.drawn t caisson to carry younger sister of his plan to

BATTLE CREEK, Mich (AP'A ;I three years ago In a disputeover "overwhelming support" of the( the casket, the riderless black defect before he left Hungary.

17.yesr.old feminist named I unrestricted American membership. lie said 95 pet r horse with the boots reversed In He said he planned to live In

% Rebecca Shelley la running for access to the Communist sector cent of the council had approvedit. I the stirrup, the gray sound of Los Angeles.

Vice president at the United Today InHistory of the city. the dirge, and the slowformtnjI Eight years ago, a number of

States but her name will not As the anniversary of this The rank and file also will j I procession of black limousines, Hungarian athletes defected at
Period Of appear on any ballot In the natlon. > hlgh.presure battle of nerve vote on local.level agreement stretching nearly the four the Melbourne Olympic after

OCTOBER U THRU OCTOBER II comes around Oct. 27, many Dispute at the local level pro block to the Capitol. Russia's suppression of the
Mri. Shelley, whose 232cre Berliner may apprehensively longed the strike after a national And them The sheen of the Hungarian revolt.Miami .
SUM.WON TilES' farm home north of Battle look at the recent Soviet govern settlement.The bayonet of the rank of armed

Creek la Is known as "Peace.ways" .''By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS meet reshuffle and a.skl "Does national agreement, siml. men along the way, the deafen.

a write-in candidate Today Is Sunday Oct 23, the this mean we will have trouble lar to those at Ford and Chrys.ler Ins roar of the saluting cannon
on a ticket with Herbert Interama
299th day of 1964. There are 67 again In Berlin?" calls for Improved pensions,, that shake leaves from trees
Hoover a 40.year-old Iowafarm.r
Jslirnd who days left In the year. Western allied officials, who earlier retirement Incentives,,: with their call, the black Now Certainty
says he is a fourth Today's highlight In history try to outguess the Communistson pay increases and other bene.fits. .wreathes* of exhaust left in the ,
cousin to the late
,7liwDolphins former
: dent. preal. On this date In 1854, the 1m. possible new squeezes on sky by 50 military Jets, the Pepper ClaimsMIAMI

mortal charge of the Light BrU West Berlin, privately say they President Johnson has called I I melting away of the crowd and
If elected, Mrs. Shelley prom. gads was made In the CrimeanWar believe all will remain quiet at for quirk settlement of remain., the final arrival (APInterama, the

Ised In an Interview, she will do Battle of Balaklava. The least In the near future Ing Issues and an end to the In the rotunda, the Important Inter American Cultural and
... { .115 ".... fighting everything In South possible Viet to Nam.end the British cavalry made a spec On the other hand, the new strike In the interest of the n..,, and varied people of government ,d., Trade Center planned for many

tacular but hopeless attack that Soviet leaders may want to tlonal economy. had gathered. There were years on a tract north of Miami,
CD fHIJR Fl I "Peace, she says, Is the cost 247 lives. how that their policy on Berlin Where local settlements have senator Thruston Morton of 4 'Is now a certainty," according

SAT/ chief campaign Issue.Mrs. On this date 1* no softer than that of deposed not been achieved the local Kentucky, Everett M. Dlrksen to Rep. Claude Pepper, D-Fla.

Shelley who Is a widow, In 1900, the Japanese born Nlklta Khrushchev. One way union members will vote wheth.er of Illinois, John J. Williams (ot Pepper said all that remainsto

and Hoover were selected as barded Port Arthur Manchuria.In they could do It would be to give to end the strike regardless Delaware, Hubert H. Humphreyof ; be done Is execution of papers
write-in candidates last
I monthat 1918 the Germans the East German regime the of this lack. Minnesota There were Sec reUry and proper procedural steps.
a meeting of the Farmer dammed rivers and flooded the green light to bar allied militarymen At last count, there were 97 of State Dean Rusk and The $18.J million federal loan

Association of Iowa, a group she Argonne region of France In an In uniform from the Com. settlements at the ISO bargain. former secretary of state Chris !irrhre has cleared all legal barriers,
_ as udeY ed to effort to halt the American ad. rounlst sector. tug units.The tlan Herter. There were also the Miami congressman added

peace. vance. It has long Irked the Cast General Motors tle.up, stenographers and clerks. WALKING 0V AIR This "There Is nothing to stand In
Holder of a Phi Beta
key from the University Kappa of In 1930, Nazi Germany recog. Germans to see AmericanBrlU halting manufacture of Chevro. technician is literally walk. the way of approval," echoed

Mrs nlzed Italy' conquest of Ethlo. lib and French military men let, Cadillac, Pontiac, Olds mo. ing on sir lie Is test-climb Milton Semer, deputy admlnls.
Michigan Shelley was the East German Commu. bile and Buick cars, has cut total ] ] trator and general counsel for
Meyl.r Milll, end h'., Meb.yIIiII among early suffragettes and pia.In enter Rocky Helpless ing in inflatable ladder made the
1941 Nazi without U.S. auto output *!. Housing and Home Finance
has written numerous troops captured rust "capital" any re appro by an Akron Ohio rubber
articles and a book called "A Kharkov, the Pittsburgh of the strlctlons. mately In half. GM is the In. About DenTs Acts firm More than 26 feet high, Agency In Washington. "1 would

Widow's Mite." Ukraine. dustry's largest producer (AP) the safety ladder it designedfor say approval will! come wtthUt a
In I t-t4. the Russians Invaded Chevrolet, GM's largest single '. use as emergency accessto month. B is way a matter of

Norway. Tried To Steal producer, meanwhile reported a Republican primary campaign the liquid oxygen fuel procedure."

Today's mot difficult and Ten yean ago-The North At. sales drop-oil of almost 50 percent statements against Sen. Barry tank of the Saturn V rocket,

V: All. THEATRE dmferou railroad to operst lantlc Council, meeting la Par. FBI Car Radio for the second 10 days of Guldwater, Republican presl. the rocket that Is scheduledto CALL THE NEWS FOR

runs through the rice fields end Is, was considering a Soviet October as contrasted with the dentlal candidate, have been blast man to the moon. RUBBER: STAMPS
juniU to South Viet Num from proposal for the withdrawal of MINNEAPOLIS (AP) TWO same period a year ago. CJiev. turning up as Democratic cam.

SUN MOM, Sti.or' to Dung his) the National all foreign troop from Or. Sl.year.old Minneapolis youths rotet said its Oct. 1140 salt of paign material. '

OCTOBER 2$ f4ir Geographic: IIYI. Tht Communist many. admitted In U.s. District Court care and track totaled 41IM Rockefeller was asked by a '5 "a
Viti lCon| repeatedly snacks and Five years ago The U.s. Friday that they tried to re. again 11;'" for the same pert. newsman Friday night If h*

:: 3 1-"= C *bota the tram*. Sim 1151.l State Department wa* given achal'll move a two-way radio from a od last "&1'. objected to the use ot the slate.

I EMat RdiERB more thin 150 pMirngrtu and by Cuban Premier Fidel car here B turned out the car The sale report, which I* meets tn poliUtal t.ltcutUpon. ,
11F ht VID. the The two Lilly Pulitzer
to FBU
? ; trainmen have been killed, 1, and Castro that two death In Ha. belonged made periodically made no ored by the democrats.He I
MENRI' (S,1EYfnl.4R 128 locomotives damaged, Yllrla had been caused by bombs pleaded guilty to destroying reference to the strike, but soCMvreiet answered "Well, our po.

iC .- dropped from plane based lathe government property. have been built euwe. Uttcal! system U such that If you

Paul llCo"e TIATUNI I . United Slat**. ser*. 26.Tie go Into a primary, as I did, Of Naples, Inc.
. .II .II .
One year ago-President Ben One-celled animals ,...h as UAW did not strike Ford,,, you're bawd to state your eon.

BEACH RENTAL *Bella d Algeria agreed to meet the amoeb and ptrmenuir' never thatch local-level agreements 1 I vtctlon t

.w T with King Haul of Moroccoand : really die. The IIm"lut i I.vlfItor.nllma have yet to be resrhed at 18 1 ''1 keep entirely to the Mfcjec.

I Directly! on N*|>lr> IWscH, .. other African leaden todl.cull grow. old( t sut ?ntfc, point. Ford like GM, crrvslerand uve aide of the Iseues ta debtt.Ing we've decided to cortiswe our

i' comfortably arcommodal the Algerian-Moroccan\ into 10 young telU that i& on American Motors, has wet, or trying to debate wet. Sea.I .
ic Ing family of (our. This *border conflict living and dividing tied with the UAW on a l national I I Oddwater and baring done thai SALE until Wed Oct. 18. We 1T

modern cottti often .*., contra t. sad he "having von. I support
FRI SAT Ii' reUsed ") IteuttIr.Skid if a strike>' MM. What tilt Democrat do U still have a nice selection at Vfc '
w pleases living might yet btI tailed At Ford over quoting what I said: before U

7Hf HORROR i ir *T Screened porch overlook- Title Company local issues, indicated uch e 1, M.etMMc over whl. I have 1M) price or I.... .h\ 4
I'I J lag Calf Udi.. .luin* ,.. of step. would not be taken MIen control."

PARTY lEACH T* room, vine large bedroom : Naples tall settlement wMi General I

JOHN SC011' ALICE LYON fc sir conditioning, T\, UeT ABSTRACTS ESCROWS roe sure, rise fiiH Motors \ 'iv, toih great, itoiqirf nh.rj

I -u aY ew.esieePius ic bath, eletlrk .kilchcn. TITLE INSURANCE ''I hoi* H slit not be necessary ., ..r. .,. pujilrj '"\ 'the
.. Silver King to Mt a strike dewflu (at: fIJfftStOlt
j completely and attractiveT U4 Pert It.MI'IOt test out its autusb ot pitywniche !
(fiN t> "uun l7| furnikhtj cad equipped Fordhe seems ro point northeast
SAFE All Chrysler :oaidevelagreemerits 'ar..J not towards Mecca Ins
?* for Immediate octiipa), w. CRUISER are In. Those between the I > ..n.orlOnll"l' \ the' Hours

oc/@hi/IY:.. ,.. II....... FISHING l'AWUld American Motors I "' ,'vsf ',*.rJ he Vto lem !holv 9.00 to 5.30
r. Contact your broker ... '
i' ran w n., Ml S.Silt er Ml t 3146 have jiiirnval '>* 'MAMC t M "., ,, ." co..,! '''-

I r Ii ,... s taco B'a hv I i' er call Ml Z-J6JO :I "'"'. Ce.pt Cecil Lemh i.xin' t:, iitiKiif they IItd I, ,' 4 .. C "c..n...>*. ITS $U Ate, .. 2laplee. n..
I I 1 I .1 1 UU till
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Jail Naming Term Names By :ITITm1W 'IFFg ajiji-

Mead R. (HOM) Manun .llt"red",'i'
ed a Jail term for contempt ", :1
federal court bjr naming i 1.4 pC,
sons present or former 'non,
bend tile Ancient City iiui ti'u-.'
Club Friday.
Manucjr remained under i m,led 0a
UA Dtetriet Court t< viva' -
addresses and pocilbiv furtiiei!
name next week. He S31t,i ail I
he named live in SI. Johns 11'> :
Duval counties. Yes, At Sunshine We Are Stirring A

The St. Augustine segregation

from leader his came memory up with an the hoot names after Big Pot Of First Of The Week Bargains

Judge Bryan Simpson ordered k
him beld It. )Jail up to 90 days
for contempt or until he pro.
duced some names. j
Another official of the hunting 1
club, Jerome (Rusty) Godwin,
50, also was ordered Jailed up
to IS days for contempt of court.
Then he helped Manucy preparethe
lists and was freed. FIRST 1\1 A.. A/ I I'.F < I sToJjEll 101) th Naples!
All members of the club are whith i is 1'i ,., i IMI lit'i '" ilid r in thl v rruuiii' > \\'Ilt' T" Earl <. UildlC"S.> right
under court Injunction not to In. who doii.itt (tl I '"'i ,iv): terror with integration effortsat salesman at It'MClemons "v ( 'tins llult/cn ('hall'm.\1I\ of tin,' Aril while Rick ) ?
St. Augustine, where racial junIOr I.iss pri-sidiiit looks on. ( NEWS photo) _
violence flared the past summer.
Manucy was ordered to list u

he dent.Obviously many testified members he as was possible club presl.after City Building 5 Students On 'A' Roll _

nervous on the stand 'Week $109,510 I
and protesting It was his first ,
time In court, Godwin testifiedhe At Junior
couldn't look In a mirror If The City of Naples wrote Naples HighThe
three times as
he gave the names of his friends. many building
He said he was connected with permits this week ss It did
Naples Junior High Bator Philip Morris Steven Ward
last week but of them
the club to .
only handle finances.Sailing
for the first
Roll six weeks Richard Kress. Gary Williams,
were for small amounts and
the week's total reached only grade period is made up of five Betty Rice, Vicki Wyatt Mer-
$109.510. students on the all "A" Honor rllee Martin Fernando Rlvero

ClubOrganization That hiked the October total Roll and 83 students on the"A" Janet Woodward Joyce Dawson -.

so far to 889010. with one B" Honor Roll. Jackie Worklnger Steve
full week to go. Another $111 Those students with straight Brooks. Robert Dixon .
"A" Christopher Special Educational CI...-*
000 In permits this month win average ant
make October theslxthstraight Lambert of the seventh grade Mike Riley Bobby Hamm.

Set For TuesdayA month to exceed the million Debby Stump and Jim Brandonof .
the eight grade. Mike Sharp
mark In new construction per"mits.
A is scheduled for Tom Morton of the ninth grade. ToastmastersTo
Tuesday, October 27, at the homed Two Students making the A-B Hon STOKIIVS
Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Mess.met $30,000 permits high. Install New
or ant
(7216th Avenue South, for lighted tteClty'sbuilding week. Grade-Kenneth Mauko-. I
Dale Bremerman is Officers TuesdayNewly PING 3'c' : 88
the purpose of orgnalzlng a sail. building nen. Betty Splngler Dorothea tik {
tug club. The meeting will start a 68 by 40-foot clubhouse st
elected officers of the
.. Undsey Bready AI3
at 8 p.m. 535 12th Avenue South for VI) Naples Toastmasters' Club will
The organization committee is sage Green developer Naples Kllngler, Chris Macauley, be Installed at 840 o'clockTues.
comprised.of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Co. Inc The other $30,000 Ross MillerMancyOpolkaRo- day night at the regular meeting KOZY KITTEN
Moore Mr. and Mrc. Messmer permit was issued to Midway mona Williams Pamela Bracken In the Naples Elks Club.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lake, and Construction Co. for a four- Kathy Gay James Decker Officers to be Installed ant CAT FOOD 6 .ntLT-4 .
Theodore Martin. unit apartment building projectat Robert Miller Barbars Clifford Wen Ml, preildenti Ted
Special Invitations have gone 1360-65 Chesapeake Avenue. Cole Linda McLenon, James Thorward first vice-president)
out to a number of sailing en. .
Owner Is Curt Doqvlst. Morgan. Joe Santa, second vice president} I
huslasts, a spokesman announ. 8th Grade.-Becky Brewer, Bill Owens,secretary-treasurer) _
The building office wrote 12 f
cwt out added that all
persons and Stanley Terry, sergeantJU.
Cathy Bundy Judy Jurek TROP.I.CAL.OORANGE I
sprinkling permits,
Interested in joining a sailing system
arms. Each of the new officers
club are Invited to attend.It adding up to $12.021, for Stahl- na Rellly, Ptilllp Flnley, Mary will speak briefly on his duties L
was announced that a train. man Property Maintenance. Boynton Janet Carr John
Marvin Cecil will five the In. : DRINK
Ing committee will be formed Michigan Construction Co. Is Iimurri, Anne Barkau Jan vo, atlon and Coleman Boyd will _- j
immediately to start classes for building a $14,100 residence at Bumham Gary Hi mm, Roger Introduce the members and
novice sailors. 632 Bow Une Drive for Thomas Johnson Ronnie McCune Barbara .IU..... Table topli will be u.
J. Hoover. iamord.MardUtoneSan- signed by A. P. Ayers, while _
George Hunt Jr. will make dy Taylor, Craig Jaworski Bruce Mumm will serve as toast. "
$11,000 of interior alterationsto Malcolm King Ralph Lucado, master of the evening. HALF 384 j
portions of the Naples Shopping Sallle Corwln Suzie Moss George Vega will serve as master : GALLON
evaluator. Serving as his
BALLET Center 1951 Ninth Street Sherrte Cheyney DUne Hum
evaluate will' be Vince Conhoy,
phries,Linda Lange. Johnson -
and Bibee will
North. Hem
Ted Lea Whltaker and
build a $3,875 covered boat slip Henry Watkins Gary WU- Cd: Dougherty. John Leavltt will Armour Star

for Boat Haven Naples 1484 son be the timer, Max A. Weatoti,
Beginning Nov. 2 Fifth Avenue South.Weather 9th Grade-Susan Helmlck. grammarian, and Earl Ikxlgei. CENTER CUT
840 Fifth Ave. Pkwy. Brenda Rowe, Deborah Bready the wltard of aht.Zoning t
Mark Brewer, Elizabeth Clem-
Review met, Thomas Conolly, William BEST OF MEATSFOR
Classes for Donovan Linda Hahn Blair Agenda :

Beginners end Mil. Min. Ram Hearth Martha Hendrlckson HAMSLICES /

IntermediatesLaura Oct. 17 II Tt 002 Terry Kllnper Dudley Leven- Members of the Naples Zoning MILES AROUND I
Oct. 18 82 61 0.00 son, Paul Ul1le.JerVynRooln- and Planning Doard will meet at
Hopcrafr Wells Oct. II SI (1 000 son, Patricia Rosendahl,Steven 9 o'clock! Tuesday October 27
former teacher of Miami VI. 20 7' 80 (.00 Schrlmsher Dane Scofleld In City Hall to consider the fol. -

Conservatory of Music OrL 21 78 tO 0 00 Suellen Ward, Valerie Wenzel lowing agendai
and Barry College (*t. 22 II 57 '.00Oct. Tancy Williams, Donna Doze-. 1 APPLICATION FROM .
Oscar R. Montgomery d.baMinty's ('holir U'l'nl.cr Sllrr (Inly)
nil.. 0.00Data man, Clark.SandlGIbbs, *
Mippl'*t by C.rltb..n Otrttnt Jayne Faulkner Rick Aunt, Bar B Q, for .city II.cense
( Beverage), 83J Fourth
Avenue, South. Type)Beer Pack. HHC Lb
age Sale and COP (.COP).Zone.

r"J" Business District. IIP1k'1tCHOICE :






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Health faddists are quite ,
: universally agreed that -
.t : ... honey la one of the most SWIFT'S

to claimed beneficial maa. to It fowls be Is an variously eteellenl imitable CORNED BEEf HASH 3 c... _89$ I "RECAL 4 Cans 99 $

heart food, a natural! sedaUve uO
a source of quick INDIAN SUMMER I CIANT'
energy, a fine tnfint food APPLE CIDER HIf 49CG+ 79t j StZt "( .,. 65d't
and a great aD-anwrt r.Juwensta. .* tJ, THRILL

Lo<*lftg at '1 _____
henry from s portly objective -- ----

Mandpoiol, w.nod that I Full-o-Juice Hamlin
No Better Waterfront Value In Florida bee's handiwork Is the only
inlaid carbodrdrtte avail
This 1'1Ict'pt'BllaJl' fine home ,. .''f"a'.t t in a moil rxrlui. Motion of .UlisntfulNap1 ebb as a sweet H Is u !
* the rC'r; l:nr t, lot In Resutlfut! ROYAL HARBORTh prdlc.xed when tt reach PRODUCE MARKET

svprrb !hero. ii almost t brand new cR'C!' rnnurertie.cteelly built only 9 m..nlh* es 1M table ORANGES394D0Z
.to. It has a full KGBM re i ronditiofwr that asides differs iron ant
will U wall| carpeting and IUHUMOIM dra,.. Terraaso f1", rMnt ill* on(
Ins a ipatrMH tO'ilf thing l room four l large 1>><1,_,.... three twth. a hurt ...,..Md. Milt treatment Both
.fc. north' dowble garage sad. a chain 1 Ink, frw HI 210... play yard atWu kederU. destroy
Graved' ... gasses: a* i Ur- 'u" .,..tellt. ......... TV ,ha.in.. soft tnnUs\ at. dlaeaa caucleg gems,
but teseelM cmtalM tilt NEW CROP FLORIDA
ins end iii. dram kitchen hit wary work saving ,t'. twit $.....a germs Slid ruse
J'w..W' dlik .ow. W.oI. k>nr di.po.al! run urn it
T*.11 have la all >-I" MI attest ...i..18IfI wHh underwater tlghang( aa the disease, only U. a form.
harmless IndividualAjriMr4.cs
i vKisg patio MM tile beet flip Is a hashes !. .Itself It .,II rromiMxfaU three to, the iaq..r. eon GRAPEFRUIT594

basteThis parM'' will give fMTaMti ..._ and digudty pal tk. >wwCnjtnn >. Inns ......h..tF1eriII. tact lilt SMMaiHtes hoetOe ft. .
.'. stalking seeuts. serene Napia !nay. teeing for and the eew dS..ae.cau1oC germs
wUetl provide the body with
B CeegRM lea the means <4esiroyiiithe< I SMCIALS 01 MON., TUJS WiO. OPEN FRIDAY. NIGHT 111 1 ,.1k4? >nryi.tJlle
The seas has t*.n4 M .aM... <. make Hits Ms .ktnrMMurarant ,ua.It hsae. -
... ....... stalls' attacking germs.AsrlMwla /
bet keeaw II a heart attack Ma fulwe i e base ell b Ma4 ..
rdr. R.*...c* LM AMWWIWII will Mtie ye. M .enataadEeg MM ea tun. are said
pceperty.BILL temslvel ertyttamt these to ""W..we daysiapre

vartetjr of koaaa sUaeatsWhatever SUNSHINE SUP REX

Oat needs, ro are aafwredcs
frteadlir, courteous sr.
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\t Faith Is Our Home

SUNDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1964 \ B\ KAU'll \\'. IOKIU.

* * * * * * * * 4k4n Newspaper Enterprise: A*..n.

A New Style In Campaigning --
"0 lilt' ears ago the famllvin

/ ; $11000, OOJ in/ jiihitett<< 1 confronted
1 1111'1 pmblem ol hung in \'arius -
The current politic! campaigns are his opponent that no voter with sense 1 places ol 'the world and

proving one thing there's a brand new enough to come in out of the rain would SIGNED Mill keeping something of a

style of politicking. even consider voting for the stupid d'l'I1St.aught ol home er knew His'that wife the and

In the past it was customary for a underhanded crook opposing him. would be I II t v I n R lor three

candidate sometimes to mention a few Among the things to be said for the 0 TkAc /inonthi or aear in sonic

of the issues of the old that 1 loieien utami then wouldbe
more important style of campaigning is a listener : off to another' I i' area It\

campaign, if there were any and offer usually was better informed on sounded glamorous( to the'

what he considered to be constructive issues after hearing the speech And the \ .' xlav.at-home relative: to this

feasible and effective methods candidates conducted themselves in such :' tamilv it potted a problem
Whit and \\'Itt'rt'I a. home"They !
through which he would if elected, solve a manner as to make their supporters \ .. '. decided 'Id take one Ilit'ti/ / liuit In lake //Ifill i in

the problems of the nation state or village proud and pleased to say they were article I 1 with i t them 1111alabasl..r I ilifiiilil/ hatf itilletl/ it
/ miiiitlnii
depending the level of their shirts" for the the bust of a young Somifiwyoff{ /.
on government "tearing man on wonun Itvn oiu' ol tluihcplwes lian'ii t fo "/<<<'Me'/T!'

he was involved In. stump. Youngsters respected the candi ol eleitanu' that frequentlv \iul the ancient P alI11IKt itj

That type of campaigning gave the dates and felt honored when the great 4 graced homes in astoreVirt(5rlanage time of noni, (In vvamlfrer:
knee (this i-oiisuousness oi aIUIIIKIUKS
public an opportunity to determine which man came along and gave them a pat wht'nt'\'t'I'I tlii I family i (curate Nov\into confehsmK:

candidate they thought offered the plan on the head. a hotel in Howe; or in an 1,11.1./ i ( tluiii knit 1 IIC'/''' in, ,

best suited to the need at hand and You can bet your sweet life this new apartment in .Miterta the. liist iliK'llnmiKi/" / / .H nil/ "tu/ut/ nt

them a basis on which to vote style of campaigning doesn't often have boopened was the piece ol lions<<
gave 'Ktion
alabaster \\ hen the bust was The luiuntint: 111I nap
FOR a candidate. that effect. unpuckecl and placed 1 on a UK In thin universe. win! dlwe l

After carefully observing a few cur Today many listeners are not only niantlepieiv or table I tin C'III"I'ith' UKn ond '111
.uk'! .\ nl m.itble' .>
rent political candidates (namely in the confused the candidate'lvitriolic ( : lamilv was at IWllwMu1. piece
thoroughly by nobtaltiU. !! mt'I1II1I'Y'! Oi .1 I l.uth
.' and more I lie pioblemlonl'runtcil
presidential and gubernatorial races) It harangue against his opponent, bv tlim fanulv m t Hut In more portable'

appears definitely that there is a "newlook" but also slightly revolted by the vile accusations out coiiiiiion problem! hami- Til'haps' our u'nitist noi'il
bo at lionie still
to our
I it
in politicking. This new methodis lies move not mae but live
Not too many people are so M.UCK 'lluu1 Is a gnawusiiat'llt' :
and six times In the (.hurtperiod
startlingly! different from the old Impressed by this new style stumpingthat of a delude "ht'lIlIdlll( In 'ton Imlll1I'I's.. a
sense, (if purP| | useles5ncse.| I till'
tins kind
they would consider being caught consequences ol ol
and (the
feelit :* -. disruption have not been ade, old unforuiviii silt
Current candidates apparently dead running for elective office. They'veheard ? measured Die pm.'indal dull atonv! W hi i u' h rails 'tur

isn't necessary to waste any time dis nicer things said about bank robbers \ qualities ol the oldquately Ktiinetliint nomooiie and 1111

cussing what they think about the issues and rapists. villages, ledolent it h multt nite MTMIS to answer baikUe

at hand (and admittedly they are t 11\ sign t t a an "\Vinehbuig. ate lieo liont niiin; : of
pretty Yessir It appears that the newest Ohio; are lost in the new the ukl irMr.iintM and the ulil

minor) and they rarely deign to offer style In politicking is to tell the public all WASHINGTON: .: :ANt; BARBS Ullages tailed guliuibs when' bee which held us In mute

solutions to them. the vile uncomplimentary things the can BUSINISSt in IIAI IOCIIKVN many only tent ovtt'night Mate t::; .I racial to It!am I 11 I I in that:I'd Inner Now:iltMi we:

The new type campaigner spendsmore didate can think of, or imagine about 'SMALL: If home ('I'e established as iiline ul( u new .it. -homeless

telling who will .. : Doou suppose youths I 1 easily us unpacking a familiar HUH lat ntitie than; adapt!
time anybody his and is )
anybody listening (00.N' H".IU..
opponent give ;iy' 'w. : watch"rl' t1inK so they tan i I symbol It would 1 be an cats omxtlu'H tu our inviiiin
listen what a crook and mountebank his ample cause to vote AGAINST that rascal. learn some new holds* problem to attire Its inoic Hit ineiit

opponent is and why they should vote In the old days a candidate did his >omt years back the late 10 be mad al Ked Nus".,. ,mit\ subtle Home is where nothIng fu be al home Mill) dud I KIn

AGAINST the rascal.It Dale Carnegie wrote a best' sellIng buddlv with flea Chin", U. ,1 i One tuft tie worst steers/ tan separate a pemonfrom ( understand( thai the hit man
best to give as reasons as "How Win dei to help R" u Ruxtuiih j\ eel
many pos. book entitled Intrinsic I i i woith
011 'lnyliuuu' 1 the binko being has tin liint-r reslddue.lhlni .
is a rare thing indeed to hear a Friends and Influence PeopleBui starvation Rum.mm loaned any
sible the should FOR "
why public vote / a big trll'kliar keeps Hubert Frost knew its meanIng !; you bat emit tll
4IH of
Ruiila ) 000 metric' tutu
candidate say anything about himself or him. 'S wheat. This loan ua tu bv you from seeing here'' when he wrote: (Itserve"e need this now

his platform, that might suggest to a This new style may catch on big and State apparently Department now has the com V 8 repaid In IIlIu' Riivoin you're yoniy; Home ;it (tile place licit, -and If we ( ravel) to the
when litu' we'll mid II till I hI'1I1I1rt'
t In muoii
welshed on making food I HUH yes
listener why he should consider voting challenge The Beatles for out with a work oa "How to
popularity ooo there, .
Create Enemies and Confuse With the short skirts hall t r
FOR him. but we seriously doubt It We've always People" Al least thai teems Ko on May n. IPv4! the t'.M. the world can easily bee i II I

This new style of campaigning ap considered It rather sensible to vote FOR to be the (1st epU of.AirlcuHure annoumedthai German !subsidiary of his fa*
a Hi rn f had been grantedRussia
calls for each of the candidatesto of a recent r.J.&tf' ther's oil company.
parently .
someone not AGAINST his opponent statement) to -.spurllllt,MM tuna CAMDEN N.J. (AP) Gov.
paint such a vile verbal picture of Rep. Rlcharf ., the heat sold by the V.8. In '\ Richard J. ,Hughes of New Jer

,. _. .. ...... .. .,.. Russia with the routs partially
or virflnla.
.'yg'"<"""" ---""", ,,,'M.,., .J. ,' "-''L.''''"'"' Poll sey and ft-year-old Anita Crane
the Amerk
j' subsidised by an .
; "'"
.e taxpayers, U Rumania' ''' ,.r" ',;,: exchanged !gifts Friday in a
000 Camden, N.J, hospital where
.. . . . He that reported the td Now the plot tliiikiuliu the other hair hat a leg It I SIERRA MADRE Call (AP) Anita Is s patient.

U.8. has signed U S State Uept entered lnl. .. stand on. Mrs Barry Goldwater who The governor !cot a doll for his
1 trade agreement with Ned HioMnla had admitted she didn't relish daughter\ Helen, also 8, who
ONiThe oft 'trJ Ic agreementswith deplomat to help teat. n ".wayCretin the prospect of campaigning& had written Anita a "get well"

M Camet1. the comc.w. Hard Red JViI'M! i NOV. 3 .- without her husband now says note after she learned that Ant.
W The Big + sat"'l.' / munlst government .f""Hun\a, ?I f. 55. BALLOT "I'm more accustomed to U andmol" ta'. right leg was nearly

LIfe today Is a game of robbing Peterto nla to authorize the sales o But on the other hand the relaxed." severed when she fell under a
high Cost of LivingA pay Paul to make It possible to stand American oil refineries. petro V. N.) taxpayer I* anoemrd to The who of the Republican moving. freight train.

man could retire nicely In hit old pat. chemical plants and synthetic help Russia pay Rumsnla off part. of her r ):; presidential nominee said Friday Anita got a book, "Mary Pop

age if he could dispose of Ms experiencefor -THI SMiTHriEtD (N.C.) HERALDConsolation rubber factories to 'the con> obligations to see I she still thinks, "the worn pins," Inscribed: "To Anita, s
munlot nationThe. ., IJI'. place la In the home. Brave Girl. With Love, Richard
what It cost him. So scccudirig h. ReI
oft 1 t 'tr now i : [j J. Hughes Governor of New
.THE DANVILLE (VA) COMMERCIAL ArI'SAL Loft everything Is quit) cleat
V.*. Stale Dept with ego LUEBECK, Germany (AP) Jersey."

oft oft oft Prize NIB .f those rurlous twists nf The United Klsles his per Millionaire Jean Paul Getty's LAMBARENE Gabon ( AP)
Jean Ronald 34 has mar.
reasoning which ran aeemingl'only son, ,
Sympathy Is what one girl offers an- emanate from the lorluou.r.r.hraUona milled Russia to use American .. ried Karin Selbel 21, a German Dr. Albert Schweit/,
The Important Factor wheat la retire It's debt la Red readied al his jungle hospital
other In exchange: for details. el this Allce-ln- H student
Rumania, This, of course. helps says that he Is proud to have asa
Contentment Is something that depends -THI RBGIIU (BASK) COMMONWEALTH Wonderland complex, hailed Russia stay on a more friendly. I The civil ceremony was per. kinsman Jean-Paul Sartre

a UtUa on position but a lot on disposition.THI this move as a HIM thing be- basis .lth Rumania, but In the I formed Friday In Luebeck who won the Nobel Prlfor
AURORA (Cou.) ADVOCATE 1: 1: oft cause Rumania has sided _. lIhH.d meantime, the I'. g. has taken where Getty Is an executive In a literature
China against Moscowe
M steps to encourage Red Rumania .,._._ .. _
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to become more friendlywith
& Of course, the U.S. Stall Red China. and holster
U. S. Checks I Dept recognises Red Russia( Red (hlna'a Influence Ho now Ilis f.l.if.11
hut does not recognlre Red through courtesy of the I'.H.
China and somehow It Is imputed Male eparlmenl. Red Rumania
;s Rigid But Not Leakproof that It la far better foi, and Red China are SC AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

Rumania to be Red with Chin friendly and Red Rumaniaand "'-- -- "-----I"
BY RAY CROMLEY e ktb than be Red with Resale Red Russian relations are '

not tulle as strained Never ON COLLECTING HISTORICAL RELICSIn I
Washington But If this Is eenluslng Ir before have I'M! .MM.vM people
Newspaper Enterprise Alln.WASHINGTON. r+wav anyone the real ronfunlon was gives. .e mm'h Ie keep .. many
Pen enemies reasonably friendly collecting relics from the
yet I. come Rep reporla .
S. Hllh rash other If ibis he diplomacy early Spaniards who conquer ..;
The White )House is not the only place there is confusionover It seems that a year emetic", how In ln..nlt, defined ed Florida, perhaps the most r !
before Red Rumania derided
valuable relic that can be found ,
sccurlt '. .
personnel ) t, N"an n. r"b"Me.d aw'r
U you work with ".-..\\tln" mailer at the Atomic Energy (besides a chest full of doubloons I \

i'ommUhlon. you must not only be cleared by a ) Is a bronze swivel gun I I I I

full field Itnesllgatlon. but you also must be rechecked with "" from a galleon ''l I 1'1 I I. ''I "

additional full field Instigation every five )'flrl.'Ol&.rt _.._ These small bronze cannons ; 4 f
also l checked every time derogatory)" or suspicious Information -- were mounted on a pin wh .
appear concerning )our action keepa John Sutler, the Swiss Immigrant E ItD1 L.tA".CI.A\ fit Into the railing of the old -

sharp lookout. upon whose land In ORIOL.t.RORAL.I ships before the developmentof

work al certain military or civilian Intelligence California gold was discovered ACROSS >CtNNLL.IlAC'd"tLD..AN.O'lA the ship cannons. Called I I

functions, regular\ or reserve. the same'" or more stringent In 1848, died penniless. I Fencing n News '- 1 ,
tcgulatlons apply. He tried to keep the discovery dummy )0 F1101 Bronte Swivel Gun On Spanish Ship

This protects" the documents as long as they stay In the of gold at his mill race. a 4. C.md hall U -. the Rnl ARCS LHACTLDSvNOD / ;I4 I. I\
hands of Atomic Energy: Commission einplo>'es or these cer secret but soon his land was cloth U Quicuettie CTA ..

tain Intelligence men. overrun by gold seekers 7 Atop U CIt "''Ilh 111It 1rJ. LWLRSCta

Worse the U, S. Supreme II I Top" S7 Dam.ltf Arts sNCCOLA
BIT SENSITIVE DOCUMENTS! to be useful must be used Court found the title to 98- humml/lllbltd S8 And Lot INTO.WItl

by a variety of people at a variety of places-by men st the 000 acres of his land Invalid 12. Gsa 39 Preposition I/AL..UN' ATC iii

White (House. it the Arms Control and Disarmament Agenc. Soon he was bankrupt 1150005 .0 ArrangedN.l.evannne NLCTARL. T ill
at the State Department In numerous offices the Defense I Is ptun ANCL4 I II
Department outside the Intelligent groups. at other gov * koch 43 Setae ) ,Il I

ernmenl agencies and by some employes of private companies 16 Old card U Chum SOLUTION Of YISTIIDAY S UZZ1I 1 1I
working on certain government contracts COLLIER COUNTY NEWS game 46 Rounded r

A full field Investigation is not required every five years MICHAEL CHANCE:. Edit.-..... .....' 17 Summer Fr sppmdeg.Is 2 Sto. 9 Dole I .... U ; 'rJj
THOMAS HATER' A........ later, character 10 \Ia4gtP.UI ..
in or for moM of these places, even for some of the men Army 49 Conliden in the world
sensitive material MARSHALL' WVATT Atfv M.n.,.rALSCHT officer 11.1 :), Not pruitt
dandling However there are about a
It Is obvious that the tightness of security at the Atomic OrOlKA. Mtcli. Supt. 21 A J2 5.... toaal 13 HiMiNtg 'dozen swivel circulating\ :
DAVID HCNMANSON Cirt Dlr.clorMs. guns
Commission and in Intelligence Quarters can prnldlllllal U OW \lulakkaame .. One rise 5 Aft
Energy some LOUISE DAUB, Otic Mgr I) i In the !United States that are
be nullified If mnsitlve( Information gets Into the hands ofml'n !hare t Is a S'"rplemeeua.biy
and s> .>( pt Monday' 22 Public H Dine ,, to. .,ill not real antiques, although they
or women who are not so carefully regularlyhecked v'I": :
and ncrnean a, 19 namfall are often sold as such These
n Polito f K0
WIj(1 bud
: << and rechecked the Comer Count Puol >nwi CoIn Gr eythAbarthe
will be honest *.. Ill TwolNM Avonu South,, N.: 2. Noise r \rjtmrCswap. 20 SideS LantalcAJ were made In the PhO
Probablv 9911 out of 1.000 of these people DI.' '. rte SUMO Moil .ddr. P OS J2 Corroded AIteC mines. His men and developed during the loth Ippln- Islands In the late 19th
out of 10.000 Is .. lncaruuon DOw ;
loyal and careful But if only one man careless its risked their lives climb
then there tan be serious trouble. In security, even an T.I......... Ml 14w., till tar all of Vishnu I Dane .al'p soils 1) Horror even Century. Usually the early Century and used In their war
...."' '''...... It Human IM a volcano In order to get Spanish Caravels had only for Independence.
nonest and loyal man ls a security risk if he Is Indiscreet .
,- b sulphur and, together wilt wo of these mounted
lubxrletiOA' R.los 1 IJ ,. IS I' I' I' Oscar on the They were captured by
SOME: WILL ASKi: "If a man Is thoroughly checked out ay csrrlor' or mall, 1'''. I.. / IS charcoal and saltpeter from rear railing. American troops during the
nce and found loyal, what Is the need for thoroughly rein. aevsiKo. r-/ '5 29 Thing rocks, they were able to renew On such Spanish swivel gun Spstttlslt-Ame rlcan war and displayed

estlgating( him every five years after that!" On* M..INi1 H 75.MMIM I'MThreo IS /. /, 31 alike Obtain their supply of gunpowder. wu owned by BajWord Dun of \In this country. Francis
The reason 'It simple. We know IG little about people that ........, ol Tito A>_1..... PreNwhMA 14 0 0 Ite history of his conquest he Metropolitan Museum of Bannerman purchased the
is ..."......: .aMis>vly I. tno 44 Swedishcouiat of t Vkjxtoo would hive been another After his death
It K very difficult to be certain .( weeding out sfC'lIrltrrl ate for ropubU*.ti*<. .. all Iou'l I" /. 10 ,IIII n. It was whole lot and gradually they
1L1 even with a full field Investigation llomoseiuats are now. Moms oruitod "m the NN' os % 36 TtpeolretordiBg story If k wu not for his bought by ao bsltan nobleman. passed Into the binds of private
... ,
especially difficult to Identify Security Is a business la well oil*.AP..con"* 01.) "..taotchosCnUreC mtttor ofIno l. / ,Ii l'e / knowkdge of casting camas *. MeolosU who U well known collectors. The** Philippine

which one mistake ran be fatal. ol Nspios 'lor" '4m. 39 hems u hen the Spaniards encountered for his collection of authentic UaakAs made In a
If the government it to be reasonably certain of the reliability .-.a-lcff; or c.IooI*,.l X ill I" II ilJ t IJ. 1" poises me flereeCa:usa Indians, armor tram the Middle Ages Chinese foundry were and contain:

of officials in sensitive positions there must be n. NEWS ....."' M r..SN. 1)1 IJ ydN : 41 Female me tnunderirtekj which bellowed The author purchased the cannon Chinese characters ordte PhUtfffae -
rechecksTHE ..b/My/ for the r.hrrn N.n101cO.de.eeu black smoke and caused sod-
regular cr.pl. er M t.5reMa.Th. quadruped from him and now It u star In the casting.
NEWS ,.. M heanci.l JS J. 117 ; 4J Stood Jen sickness and mutilation added hU
tee l .,. t/h up Incidentally most old Spanish -
RECHECKS be Illustrated typot'pi
IMPORTANCE OF THtSE: : can "'_S kility tiea.
*r '...,t.tomorrt 44 YoungHtt struck terror Into the hearty -
both from the hush-hush sensitive ror eMRi1.4 I" d/ sitv cannon were bronze: which
examples If or
National'Security btwo Agency, which formerly did not use the nor* *...but..* (". not! ...... ., tho fa : 47 Stnpluig rhllnciar.s.! Even though she play to Naples upon the authors is ntnerjr-f!ve per cert copper
45 Frm4i
will roprlnl corroctly Metp..1 .. 11 wPm Indian waa physically superiorto reran from where
peram 44 Evrope he
automatic! fiveear thorough recheck s>tem. .f ; ... ned sergeant .1Ie _.....11II.: I* *. ovo'r I ati m sheep the whtae man. I' was the researching historical archl- tea
former NSA. wasimovewT Jim all\ his valuable eso-
The espionage of a .,.. olomont. ouW' rmtw I*. 141 ,,11 I IjJ V) I Idiunummbot !
when he applied to change his status from aerant corroctx-n vol..* ou. NII,. NfWS superiorwuponta'v'aniza- ves. non ta his first retreat frur.Muko

"" to civilian This called for a deep recheck of his back wlI reduce bv tile J..prico..".....too oq<..".sorlitomM 'otht H fSS VI 1 \ "i-eg '(or that
Mund The sergeant felt the breath of an Investigation porconiMO el lh tetI:l, ttr.p..I' >.. SUIT 4bt 'Ve "i.'S iveragedsr lp h Cern > art cplm; nre. Were actually able to cast cannon -
down his back and committed suicide before he was caught IM rrronMIM d M OMllloS we ass V man *"-- \ 'h'N' 'i'.r'eG I. e:1t'h.: -!*t teln only a few dozen from copper Wen fnr



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PLAN ANNIVr RSAKY ( HI:BUATION! 'I'l"" "Menu of the Naples OPEN 'TIL 7:00: P.M, SAT. Value once I Aunit Tw.IAVIIGIIIIR .
: Moose lodge l| are busy plnnnmir for th.'n i 1.lth anniversary observance Quality Eights Received! .

I and Aloosehcart Day. Tuesday (,cloh"1)" 27 Seated from __,... Stamps I, CIAPP'IiiIICHNUTITRAINID'
t left are Join I'itch, junior governor and legs) i main' ; Ed Jackson, P
II sergeant-at-arms and legionnaire : Hairy Stoner i prelate and legion.
naire ; standing Milton Kent secretary ; Cecil .\ luell, past governor Food 'tIOO"ONEf
d I and 1t'llonnail'cfYI'OIl: Ui<>? n, trustee and lejrionnair; Not present y t
' for the picture weH' William Dunn, jo\'ernOl'; W D. Uhlich, past governor t ?
; Richard Dray, tieasuin 'kr Cadieux and Merton Snow, trustees Play AVI CUANSH
; Larry Miller, ninu guard ; and Jim Haines, assistant sergeant .
:; at arms. (NEWS photo)
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: ... BY BILLIE D, SMITH ".;> ::>;t< WELCOMEWelcome home Everglades ,l Beer 'Limit Pak 12:>. Cant 69c

-- to Belle House who has been In iurchhaases
A distinguished author of 32 Rev. Weldon ststedthatthere the hospttsL Mrs. House Is Otkw

books Is relaxing and fishing in are some changes In the Everglades much improved, but must wears FF od4s-A-BArgaIn Game SAVE la CAM/alai'.
Everglades. He Is Howard Hunt, Chapel as to new hours brace to support her spine
who writes under the names for the evening activities. which was Injured In a fall.
of Gordon Davis and Robert Training Union Sunday evening Mrs Helen Adkina ls home CASH i 10W .!. CMLkH 7'PRIZES r
; Dietrich. Most of his storiesare will begin st 6(30 and worship also, and Is feeling much better 711A SOUp FW Whh
I adventure type fiction. One services on Sunday evening will from her recent tun.... $3 M Mer. Oderts.
" of the mosj: popular of his series now begin at 7i30. On Wednesdays Saw her at the Woman's Club
.' Is about Robert Bently, tax the time has been changedfor monthly meeting Tuesday night LAVE -CIACKIN'0000
expert who lives in Washingtonand prayer meeting to 730pre- and she looked wonderful Nothing To Buy! COME IN
lives quite an exciting life. ceded by choir. practice at 645. Judy Bella rd,daughter of Mr. \ c
- Gold Medal pocketbooks U one .., and Mrs. Louis 1Ja1i.rd.underWent GET YOUR "ONLY 19" CARD Salfines. PJ ,' 1ft
of his publishers. AIR BOAT RACES surgery to remove her KWIK CHEK .
. Author Hunt has led u exciting The Airboat Association of tonsils st the Naples Community AT

. a life personally as his Florida will hold Its annual Hospital. After her three- ,..,, ,
__ _"" I" -'''i'"t" wtMIM+"01\" rTr ''w' 'dlalraes n".o1SYr' \
stories. For many years he airboat races today,Octobe r 26, day stay there, she returned
was with the State DepartmentIn at their headquarters on The home and to Everglades High
the diplomatic service. He Tamtam Trail approximately School. LAND 0 SUNSHINEButter $...,. Cut f,... Lash SkwU Stale1, or Cluck. 1a4
has lived abroad more than he 26 miles West of Miami, fifty
has in the United States and miles from Everglades. PRETTONOUP
, when at home, he resides.. In ThU unique race will be film Landscaping ls under way Roast 3 ChopPer > .t
. Washington, DjC. ed by N.BJC. .They have final at the new Harry C. Delaney
He Is staying at the Illinois ized t contract: with the association home on Riverside Drive.Beautiful -
Motel for s week or so. Own- for exclusive coverageand I Huge boulders which look
tt Chris Gehrlng and Hum's the race will be shown by like they have been there long
father were great friends for television nationwide for the time, a hedge completely surrounding Per I
r many years and It Is like a trip first time. Director Raymond this front yard and 49c :39 Per
home to visit with family We Wooten, of Ochopee stated that Florida native shrubs and trees Pound Pound 49
hope this eminent author will admission Is FREE and there complete the landscape. The Pound
write about our area, "The will be sandwiches and refresh- Delaneys are moving furniture
Last Frontier." ments sold on the race grounds into their home this week. Limit Ore With SJ er Mete 0.1. "

Another author.Captain Andy Races star at 1 p.m. and the Everglades welcomes the Delaneys. /. dapmdt'0f ." ,. ,.
nlllIJ"r! ,
McLeanhas returned toChoko- association anticipates 30 airboats They are certainly : r
loskee. He lives aboard his will race. They will race terested in the entire Ever .
boat and charters from the In heats, according to horse- glades area, and wt hope they / ,WJ.St ,Y "' rM". "
Parkway Motel there. His bookIs power. Three trophies will be will find happiness and Joy in : W-D HAND Qukk f,.,.
the "Pre-Tlde Charts and given on each race In the 1, 2, their new home W.D IUND Lea Freak lei Mar Qnkk Fm. C.. lisp.
Fishing Maps of the 10,000 islands 3 spas Wooten will race one Capt. and Mrs. LeMon FRYER
." It Is on sale In Ever- of his regular alrboats,although Thompson visited with Mrs. TURKEY
glades Sundries. many of the races have built Thompson's mother this week, GrdI Beef I Parts
specially constructed alrboats Mrs.H JE.Snell of Miami Mrs. : Breast
WE'RE TRTCNG for the sole purpose of racingIn Snell presented belated birthday
An item of news from Secretary this yearly ever t. / cake to her daughter, although
Birdie Garrett of the Florida Development Commission her birthday/ was October with Ribs u. 59c J
Chamber Is that every effort contacted the Alrboat 12. Happy Birthday. 3Lb. S
possible is under way with the Association for permission to Lovely bundle of Joy 1s Mary 119 Per 69cBreast
State Road Department,to places Ann Bonard, infant daughter of Pkg. ". 49c
sign advertising The Ever- Ryan Guest Mr. and Mrs Ted Bonard. Pound '
glades National ParkandEver- Radio Operator Tommy ( 49c
glades, the Western gateway to Walker and Mrs. Walker,who 1 ,

the park, the sign to be placedat Speaker AtEverglades live in Goodland are the proud IJJIJ1 .... i '
Carnestowo Immediatelysouth parents of a baby boy, bona "I4 :or. '
of IU. 141, Tamlaml October 22. Their first Tom '
Trail on Route '29. The State my is with the Sheriffs Department
Road Dept. stated that only BIT BILLIE O. SMITH In Everglades. 4 f
EVtRGLADlS; -B1U Rvtnof R* ,
directional signs would be per Byron Baxter U back on the _
mitted. The Chamber wanted dlo Station WJtO.O civ an job with thetlnter Informative and IntereiUnc talk 110 IIUI
to add"SDOOk.ndT'rpon"cap- to the Everglades Woman's Clubat Co, Baxter slipped while
Ira! which is disallowed Mrs. their regular meeting Tuee. repairing the lines after Hurricane s
Garrett said. What Is the lateston day. Ryan's subject wast "It IsbelU When he fells I
the Welcome Station 77? Pays to Advertle". Urge splinter penetrated' his 5 39c
The meeting wu caned to order arm above the wrist, and came Potatoes .
ANNUAL MEETING by President Rachel WUsoo. through to the other side. Although
Everglades Baptist Chapel Mary Nell Swain read the Wo. 1 in much pain, Baxter
was well represented Tuesday, man's Club collect went back to work sooner than MciNTOSH
October 90th, at the Royal Palm Mrs. Donald Deerinf, Mere. he should, because there was C11S1
Baptist Association's annual tan",comment Introduced that thellJ'4a11.rwttlatbe "Bin Ryaa so much to do after the storm.His Carrots 2 '" 25 Apples 229c
meeting Immokatee,by Rev- can teach us much on advert!*. lower arm is tightly ban
erend and Mrs. Eric\ Weldon. tac"-.nd he did daged.
Mrs. Mary Nell Swain, Mr. Ryan. stated thai advertising :
and Mrs. Fred WlllUma and was a vital part of the nation's NEW HOMES OIXU OAKUN9 HAMIUIGII t FROZEN FOODS -I

Mrs Mary Francis Morris eooorajr, and Out advertising Everglades Properties, toe. Wiener Buns 2 s ,.. rah 29c
Rev. Weldon Is the pastor for was la reality be motivation' owners of the former airport
the Everglades Baptist Chapel. for people to pircfcase a product tract have staked out the aba DIXIE DAIUNO DOWNY/' ILAU P10II1Cinnamon /
A day long meeting was held er a service Advertising for their first .recreationsi -
19 conduct the business for the creates the .desIre to boy, be vacation bones. They will Buns 3 ,.. P's. 29c '
organization for the past year. There Is a movement to eon. sun driving pilings for the OIXIT DARLING FAMILY LOAF 2 29':
and discuss plans for the coming trot and U.tt advtrtutng afoot first bauM Monday. Paul Kane Waffles 5 01. Pkos.PIIIN .

... ..J year. Lee.HendryandCol- lI1aa said fovtnwent would f contractor ef Miami Beach win Bread 2 et. Lenre 43c ,
tier In the Rothea-
participated builder Morton
Cowry ad a* the eontroUInc sower, and be the ,
annual meeting of the Southern OMS. be felt, word take literal.ly berg spokesman for the developers \ 1!
Baptist churches MtttoM free tM SWo's.aS. said. MOZIN
The First Baptist Church or1nw.nob1N may If Ida was to |* Into ex.teeetve Mrs. UcL'le: Browning lsptochhbrlrg FREE 100 EXTRA I
was the ban drarcb.: praet1_ TMs would at. for ken., Betta 4 ia.99c
and the tnonvtag session was feet ....,aper., siacutoes, ra. House ss secretary te Mr. Strawberries ,10.1

held there. The annual sermon die,stated T.V. and Out the all.ewtaUlflf... media.Re ora.trertlp..td Aubrey Morris, principal: 1 of TOP VALUE STAMPS
wu delivered by the Rev. LJC.Daniels Everglades Schools.
would put 11,000
uiirs IIOZIHEnglish
pastor of the f1ntBaptIstOlllrdllDlnIInoU1et. Hunting season 1s Justs round. !
people dot ef work; U RadIo and
TV atenelB the oorrar. The Everglades With Coupon And Purchase of
The Host chute served a we were to have eeatroBadM Chamber: of Commerce, sells Peas. 10.. Pi.. 1 19c!
deHdoos tuba: of fried fish on the eattonal boats It.aid bunting licenses ss wen as freshwater Halloween Candies .
and swamp cabbage to appr..sd1200 be SMC* lie ttte sews.papers fishing licenses this)'Ur.
people anewttag the of Resets, *W t areeoqupUtetjr We are encoding Spsdih _
Trl-Coonry meeting. earoll t br Ifas cram,. classes at Naples Senior Kl/u ij EXTRI
-enInIMrvtoawashaW wen, Kyaa saidis a totiUUr. Mrs. Marie Udlov and Mrs. ECflA I
Ua Oorermm., sdverttalac is II TOP VALUE STAM'\
at the bimofealee Friendship ..... Lois walker f rorII Goodla d are I TOfVAlUIJTAMM
Baptist cherub,with the eveaIry Oothd.rm also acendbf. Lois Intended I ... ,.'N S I II ILn
The W<*B..' CUst thanked, i i Cr Gar .;
missionary message tor aU talk sad to register fortherrptnfcliM. .Sti' 5
a eoVf ainlad A. S".II' ,
Re. MUner Brtrratn."rwrry eaur4 the class SI er Mere (Wr I .Itt
by added u invttsttc I' 'etvrti for bat Spaalsb I 'et.l. CIM,. .a 59 ,, .
r a irisslanaryaCMna a repeat Sn igac rerRetreekaeats ; <<. vfafc cs. Guess abe will haw I r1 r G1fr rI
sol presently 6e pastor) si the ver. served Oj te bare, a "Spanish typewriter l . .jbtgfc Acres Baptist chap*]. Base Adkl"S sot: OoC; Ballad ."' Y I) AM r'wM e "

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menu at Sea Gate School)
for the coming week o'Jlu-
Monday Hobo sandwichtaker, ) i
banns, spinach' lemon chiffon
i uddlnR( milk :
Tuesday Oven fried chicken
I with gravy I bread dressing.
:isr',n IRUS, Icecreambread, butto .
tied'i 'lIy Individual meat
t ''. jidled sweet potatoes, By JANE MARTIN
I,1 z d lr too carrot sticks, grape.

it t "tlons with coconut, u.. .. vv : .n.nol.. ..
tJrt "itter and milk.

'f[ '. i ,y Sloppy Joes on bun, Hamarest" "Utopia" "Tropical Paradise
pot.it .t) ks, buttered corn,fruit
will. Ten couple jointly own a
(all what strip
sli!" rt ike,, milk. "r you
I td I !;" Macaroni and cheese, I land on little Marco Island, complete with two chikees

! dos tc .111, English peas, colt ''H' en the Gulf and one on the waterway "Hamaresi,'
';1.. J cakes, bread butter ,
and milk J 'he official name. 'is a combination of Initials of four whc

got the protect under way, Mr. and Mrs. Harry BauerMr

9 The menuatNaplesSenlorHlgh and Mrs Frank Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Boynton

School and Mr. and Mrs Stuart Kosteri.

Monday Lasango, slaw, hot Others In the group are Mr and Mrs. Frank Lawson
roll, milk, butter, fruit. .N .
Faill) the Waites Mr and Mrs
Tuesday Hamburgers,onions Mr and Mrs John Virgil ,
tomatoes, pickles, green beans,, Bt 'SY MAKIN(; POSTERS for" rh Naplis! \\,111\11',, \ Cliih Ba/aal IKthosi Robert Eckles, the A. A. Andersons, and Gen. and Mrs

hot rolls, milk, butter, cake t\\ mtmbii"( nf thi ;tub F ''oni' lift ,,in' Miss J.tiu Hertnian Charles Jung. Soon all the members will be back in
Wednesday Baked beans with and Mrs Elsie I phan The annual) > vent is B<'h"'r1ul<'H! for Drcr'nrbt'r! ::1.I
ham, tossed salad, cinnamon ( NEWS photo ) town and there will be a large get-together. The Kosters
I r rolls, white or Rye bread, corn. vow they are ready to join the ranks of year-rounder

: -J bread, milk .butter. The first three weeks of their vacation was delightful,
Thursday Chill beans, salad, chairman, assisted by Bertha
t buttered peas, chocolate pudding Woman's Club Picks ChairmenFor Farewell visiting in Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Alexandria, Pa.,

..f AIIERTHA cornbread milk, butter. There will be a shelltablewlth where they saw Mr. and Mrs William Woolverton. But

Friday Choice of hot dogsor Helen Horner as chairman.In the 'last six weeks in South Chatham, on Cape Cod, they
sea dogs In buns slaw
French the annex of the club there
t fries, apple pie, milk, butter. Annual Christmas Bazaar will be four tables as follows): had nothing but miserable weather. So the Kosters have

AI'>" BOYD Florence Brydon with the assist. decided there is no place like home, especially when
Win the approach of cool In the main auditorium Christ ance of Elise Cahoon will show due their
The Woolvertons at
home are soon
Is Naples
The at :
menu Elementary weather the Christmas season mas decorations for the bazaar> an exhibit of real and artificial
School In Naples 1964.85 opens with are In the hands of Cornelia plants at reasonable prices.A home on Third Street, South.
Boyd WillsMr. Monday Pork loaf candled the announcement the Naples Wo. Eckles and Dorothy McMullen. book table of paper back, The Harry Bauers, who also vacation In South Chatham
yams, green beans, French man's Club will\ hold Us annual Katherine Berger promises "the second hand books will be sold
will be here few days And, Mr. and Mrs,
in a
bread, pear halves, assistedby ,
gala Christmas Bazaar and decorations are to be the most by Mneatha Cowden
and Mr*. Paul Craig of 106th Avenue, North, Naples, Tuesday Beans with ham, Luncheon on Thursday, December glamorous and festive the club Bertha Mulllns. Robert Eckles are back on Gordon Drive The Eckles
announce the engagement of their granddaughter, Bertha cabbage salad, collards, corn 3, at the Naples Woman' has ever had and there will be Children's table will be man. spend the summer on their farm in Mercer County, Pa,
Am Boyd, to Dr. Wayne C. Wills of Naples./ bread, orange and grapefruit sec. Club, opening at lot a.m. Individual decorations for each ned by the Junior Woman's Club,
Miss Boyd attended elementary and secondary schoolsIn !tone. Under the supervision of the table as well as a gorgeous Linda Condon, chairman. Child. Mr. Lee Doerr left Tuesday for Milwaukee after a
Anderson, Ind., and was graduated from Naples High Wednesday Mrs Williams' ways and means chairman,Bettie Christmas tree as the central ren's clothing will be donated. few days at his home on Nelson's' Walk. Mr Doerr pilotshis
School In 1958 She Is currently employed as a receptIon. fourth grade Barbecue chicken, Cowden, and Katherine Berger, theme" The Senior Club Is very happyto own plane and on Monday whisked Mr and Mrs
; let at the Bank of Naples. While in high school she was a tossed salad mashed potatoes, chairman of the bazaar: the following Background music for the have the cooperation of the
member of the Beta Club and Is now a member of the home made bread, apple pie with ladles of the club are bazaar will be played by Ruth Junior Club in the bazaar: for Oscar Yanson off on a beautiful flight to Miami, luncheonin
Naples Junior Woman's Club. cheese. serving as chairmen of the Dodge. the first time. Key West, and back to Naples.
Dr. Wills is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Wills Thursday Chili burger, corn, various committees. Cashier for the affair wil be The Pink Elephant table will
of Parkersburg, W. Va. and Naples lie attended element. spinach, ice cream. Posters featuring the event, Sue Hauber, vice president of the b supervised by Ruth Brashearand HAS A FISH STORY
try school In Parkersburg and was graduated from high Friday Halloween special designed and painted by Elsie Bernice McFarland.
club.Cake The Mrs Harriet Wades summer was
I ':hool there In 1953 He later attended the University of Witches .:loak, spook salad, hob. Upham and Jane Hedman, are pie and cookie table will big thing in
neat/ Virginia and was graduated from the University of goblin sauce, red devil cake, to be distributed the first week In be under the supervision of Lou Mr* PORK (tAP> Mlhouph\ catching seven muskellunge (three keepers) while at her
Maryland dental school In 1900 where he was a memberf ghosts, and cat's meow November to the merchants of Arbaugh and Jeannette Voegelln; many Americans innxukr' heir I home on Chautauqua Lake, N Y. She returned to Naplesthis
Pst Omofa fraternity. lie served as a dentist In the Naples. delicatessen table, Kay Anderson religious faith a vital factor in
United States Air Force and Is now practicing dentistryin Luncheon under the super and Kay Franklin; preserves and their liven. a "connpiraiy ol week. When not fishing, Mrs. Wade is a familiar
I the Medical Arts Building Naples The menu at Lake Park School vision of Thelma Hodges and candy, Peg Eckles and Sarah Hence'Heem to mix' uboul it figure at the Naples Community Hospital She was on
No duTlnlte date for the wedding has been set. Monday Hot dogs, beans, po. Jane Merren will be served con. West. In biognphual reference hooks the original' staff, and has been there part of each year
tato sticks, cucumber strips, tlnuously. They are planning to Christmas table with Dorothy and newspaper ohi manes the
orange and grapefruit sections, serve a hot luncheon to 500 McMullen and Ruth McLaughlin Christian Herald magazine KUVS since.
and milk u cochairmen will sell beau. In ,Its, current 'clue 'it reports When Gen. and Mrs. Luther Hill left in August

Tuesday Roast beef, rice, people this year There will tlful Christmas gifts.Miscellaneous a survey of newspaper obituaries they went to New York to see their son-in-law and daughter
BonitaBy gravy, broccoli, pears, hot rolls, be two special large tables for gin table will found thai only 17.8 per icnl of
and milk businessmen of the community. be shown by Ruth Gibson and them mentioned the dccen.sid, Professor and Mrs Vincent Starzinger and children; ,
Wednesday Ham, cheese Ellen Summerlln and Lela Ever. Louis Ward her assistant. religious affiliation' A check of Evans and Page. Professor Sfarzinger teaches at Dartmouth .
z By RAB WEAR slices, potato gems,tossed salad hard will have charge of the wait.resses Apron tale selling original 100 'Uho'n Wild" biographies. Later the Hills went on to spend several weeksin
,_==. "t. .- '. .' '' rw .arrrerr,+sra.aa "rraaarerraI chocolate pudding, bread anI3milk for the luncheon and serv. design and unusual aprons will picked at ranJ'm" hound only JQ>
I Ing of the coffee be handled by Mary Felghtner, noted the pemon'i religion Des Moines Iowa.
I Mr and Mrs B. J. Alters sales lot, models will also be Thursday Fried chicken 'I
Mrs. H. Melvin Smith is in Johnson City, Tenn,
u,.iv i' re,ently moved to Bonltafirings on display at Imperial Harbor ,
muhed potatoes, spinach, Ice :N. Ih't hFO' W\ ,N ", 'b. '1 Ie the Smiths' and their Mr
:. visiting grandchildren
and are now living in Mobil Home Estates, the Pitts cream, donuts, rolls and milk ; ., parents,
j :l new 30' wide Homette atImpe..1 burgh Pirates' project, where anextensive Friday /4 peanut butter sand r ., .',1 j and Mrs. C. D. Skaggj.
of led .\<>, ,
Harbor Mobile Home remodeling re.
wlch, candled yams, green t .V Mr. and Mrs. Raymond List arrived Wednesday after
Estates, one mile north on the creation hall and marina fa. beans and milk. ,
cherry pie,
.weeks of California and the Northwest.
Trail. duties has Just been completed. 'c.h six touring They
d I I e"a1'U opened| .1 mobile Mobile home models are now also saw their son and his family in Chicago.Mr. '
ho kit at entranceto on display, too, In the brand The menu at Naples Junior
and Mrs. Nelson Sanford others who
this park mid lies been appointed new and unusual Palm River High School 4 are re
exduaivv Fort Myers- Mobile Home Park in the Naples Monday Hamburger on bun, M turned this week. The Sanfords spend the summer in
Naples i area dealer for Pace. area. This park, which offers potato sticks, ripe olives, onion Damariscotta, Maine.
maker Homntte President, complete marina facilities, Is slices turnip sliced
greens, pea.
Cui ella and other mobile homes. owned and operated by Mr. and cites, milk.Tuesday. Mr and Mrs George Snyder left their island near
III ...1tltl, ,," to a laiire display Mra. Otto Filler and Mr. and Scalloped beef and Nipissmg, Ontario, Canada, a few weeks ago and wentto
"I i ul i,, ,tie tamps earned on the Mrs. Ewald Hemple who moved potatoes, broccoli, celery strips, Bronxville, NY before coming to Naples. While in
here from Minnesota and Wls.consln brownies, hot rolls, butt.r,milk.
respectively, and purchased Wednesday (By David White) Bronxville they visited, their son-in-law and daughter Mr

(CRUISING the land last fall. Minute steaks, mashed potatoes, r and Mrs W D Campbell, and three children, attended a

ISWONDIMUl Mr. and Mrs. Allers who and gravy, green beans, tomato 1 football game, saw some of the World Series games, and
have been winter visitors to wedge, cake, milk.
FREE FOLDERS LISTING this area of Florida since their Thursday Pizza, whole kernel enioyed their f first trotting races.
All FAIL 3 ,TO Wl 9S NTH DAY*CRUISII SPRING marriage in 1937 have realized corn, cabbage salad, appleSauce Mr and Mrs Howard Sharp, Galleon Drive, also

Aravrri red weld, fxllll/ Afrit* their life ambition In becoming: bread and butter,milk. (like 'o have a complete change in the summer. With
Ufw, M.d.l fl....., I. Anwric permanent residents of SouthWest Friday Mock chicken legs
imvwcl Ivrap i CwlkbMX. Florida. They were for. or fish squares, potato gems, Tammy- and Murphy, they go to Ontario Canada, to live
AROUND THE WORLD TRAVEL merly In business Boons Iowa green salad, bread and butter, W.r on tht i ,island, which is one of 20,000 such small Islands

Id 7 CATAIONIA AV| cup cakes, apple, milk. in the lake of the Woods. They returned this week to their
COtAiGAIlll Eve add crushed rosemary
home ,t n Galleon Drive.
......... -- .Nr101 (fresh or dry) to biscuit dough CHURCH LANGUAGE
,...,..... ..s un iFeceigs These hot biscuits are delicious CALLED OUTMODED AT THE PGA TOURNEYThe
T.I grebe Iseebgals I lo serve with lamb slew.Wt've. PRINCETON, N.J (hAP
Most Protestant churches lodi) f 1 f popular Florida Professional Golf Association

are speak Ing s Isniuagr thai IK to :r amenr at. the Naples Beach Club is a fine place to
400 behind the u _
years 'k a little, news and see people back from
the Rev. Dr Carlvlc Mm p up |just vacationing

ney, a Charlotte. N.C", """"If. While at the course Wednesday, I saw Mr and
He told a conference herr whet' Mrs William R Tracy They returned a few days earlier
language \I. !irrttsvantand -
moat religion
static, and ha* made THE COCONUT PALMS of Hawaii in +thi( trad>\ .inds as Mi. from spending the summer in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
tie church a place where men put and Mis John S. Holmes. 1676 Galleon Di s'Napl, ) s Honda, post'd Mrs Becky Strand was another, fresh from the

on a milk, rather than being whal for pit'tun'a during their recent: vat ,\itlon at Honolulu Tin
.r r t4UCl'Jh1f masks It should are be removed.- the place where staved at the Kahnla Hilton during thin Island visit (Hilton photo) York on the way down Mrs. Bette Price who will work

-- with Mr Strand in her new shop was also in the galleryMr
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Ql &ll>1Jt and Mrs Plumb got in from Buffalo two weeks ago In

i j : spite of arranging and then disarranging the furniture

-- because of Isbell they are happily settled in their new

home on First Street North

:: Mr and Mrs William, Koegel brought their guests(

helped to /17 with them for this Professionel-Amateur event. The Tony

"marry" a lot Koegels were here for a few days from Boca Raton

of people in this town I Ie "ii .r NJIII'LE a rLipII % Mrs. B G Sutton left her guests at home while she,
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.1 ; \}) I I THE MOORINGS OFFICE 2839 N. Tamiaml Trail Midway 2.5101I '

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: Results of months of work by dredge, dragline, bulldostr and other heavy
That Dreamy Creme4iig And did yon know creme
id equipment is apparent now a. Unit 5 of The Moorings shapes up and looks better What's a creme rinse rinse plays an extra role
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ttlfrtl bettMM ft..lIl'1o.
for 7 In
really a phrase ,
: ace
iron ,mpt.ntM pen of'** weeding day by day. Contracts for sanitary sewers, storm drains, and city water mains have comb control extra fashion"The more hair color"Mfti
and Irr.ngng Aowen\ for weddings' nan your ,
Impo'u" pan of eer txiin"t been l let, and in a few short months some of the finest property in Naples will be I aaafeaMUty,.'.,. left our for saloa YOU,whee Tbe the more U demands rept.lar .
\4', i rlasliig.
pude ourxUti tttmf bit lo
workii* our (UIlO...." ..hrt) er u n available for home builders. crewe nose. probably ear
_oat popular service lilt Many Cousins
for umplc "r rUrxxti (Seal l l rtqutn'
menu (or *..dd.n.11I'11 Itdlr' help Sr. Thr Mooring today for a homesitc that appeals to whether it be to oar fuBotts persianeM Today, crene rinse U
you with ",.rth.., color, formal ornformil you waves, cane Mo being mother to a large family
.."n.._*. l....t iqunt. -rerlooklng a beautiful capanae of water, the rolling fairways and lush greens of a taut a quarter of a ceo of professional rinses,
and soy ",1deI..l. which will mtktl each
e. a.e. chemically developed
your wedding I be"' '''' *"..*.|,. manicured golf
course, or a high pine-studded location you'll find the site that's Uncettla LeerWhen to form special service
we rinse on the for your ova special kind
just right for you in The Moorings! cruse, a wee Mi flit dines of hair. We caa: tea yon

Jracc L"hc ( to TOOT hair strand Jiae luau wtieh will do the moat
( J"l onst a lover who amt bear to lor row. aid ft'D dolt,
.. nw" leave yaw' This extra *t>ea you cone la tor that
"ArfUtry In Flowers : it/here tlic arc'abttfotts" ereo>e4n* acts as a tubrt.cant ass Season "new Ux*"
I l sunsets snakes hair tangle 7w. promised yoorsein
Thord Street South Phone MI J-6336 : : : :: 7 ; free. and so easy tat yea Toby M phone m. fcTS4
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a lady in pink, did her stint M pllng, tickets However Mr1I'd
What a week It wail a rip.roaring start this we. k. themselves
fend for
Wowl I i Mrs James LlCkly are q, 'e able to
onday1' report cards brought With all Juniors canvassingcity t' e'
varied I reaction Some scholars they have already earne t They have spent srvoral vacations hare. own

whooped with joy and wore smiles considerable turn, says VI., e. property and will retire to Naples from Southfield Mich
after receiving titter, President! Rick demons, wh t i-
all fey
others, chairman of the mtgaxlne "sale'. i yean
tban-expeoted 1f..For Always expert to greet \\r and Mrs Lyman Cheevc
nod Chin mtfht just as well
have dropped her bomb in the t lit t the PGA Seems every ear thf'h"w up f fKennebunkport Ir "
scholastic ,
immediate vicinity. However, tttude The test preliminary was given to all Jun.ap. at this time md they may still make it

bang many of students It" and are vow"jetting to do bet.the lore on Saturday. Edmund Lowe, r Have word from them that they left Mew on the 1 14''"

ter next time. Congratulation guidance and counsellor Senior Uwttheclos, remindsJuniors They planned to spend week ,in Stow and Boston, MASS

to the Honor Boll students. big date Is fast approaching for T take the train to SefMOta, prk? up their car end get hen',

Homecoming Tom Bernard, announced, chairman that the of registration tor the December -- -x- today or tomorrow The Cheevr live at the Park Pin,..

SAT In Fort My.rs.Wednesday's .. \.I: i c. C' i 1.1'\11 i 1 Lucas
Student Council will have enough I.. I i., \ "N'I 1. \e' Club

money for "a very nice tom.coming" ., llit'-\ 'nu.h I, ie i II'' ih-ijji'! i I i. Mis Lai 1 Iuckens. TheP.nhelt.nlc Society which formed last yen
wt houtthestudentshav ,' v .t". I 'I' n ''I I as decorations; Mrs.
hi haudniadr ,,'I i I lilt" c i I' 1" .
to i \
meeting an ) WA
Oppel Monday meeting
ing to contribute money from iI., .J <'11I" .i ; .''IS, \llllaiit, Gracely, opened its season evening
.. "l l 1"t'n t
featured a Tree of Geographic tee ctmi ten are buss itiaklt .k, 't i a: > > i
their pockets Bookcover. (for Genealogy, showing teaoheroltu. be held November 1 ;1 I'' '" n-h" house.i ;me,< "" ilanld Lam\ .11'\\I1', Not present. for the held at the home of Mn Mac McKay, with Mrs F I

all those nice new and old books 0 dent representation Nearly ev. to from left are Mrs. I n{,." ,Old ;,1.\i ,lei-nai' M 1 : s, ? "'l I u "jMr.r.; \. usher, Bailey co-hosteii. The year book was distributed,, ,>

art now being sold by Student ery state In the Union Is covered Hand ,111.white t "I,1'\, "n iis'inas decorations of the aaemratoi', "
Council members, and the pro. William Morton sell\_ a r; v'I i : \[ ::' was the constitution and by-law
at NSHSt (Alabama U. repre.sented ol \ I ." '. 1 1\\ cI 'l 'lr ';: III with Mrs. Haardeason.
Mrs. h l ,1 1 iau tmia chill n! with the '
to tablet next 01
eeed will go Homecoming. by Mrs. Roan, Mr Wood. elephant ; able .' 'u' Inc 'l'\; ., ,' > Coke Nuketji Panhellenic will hold monthly meetings
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Lolasieilii gill
ruff and 6 students) Arltona.lj: ; die event; Mrs. balls npiUe and >; and I' I'wig' v'I, ,. i 1\\ (NEWS photo) scheduled for November 16th
Christmas public
California Color. Mrs. Clifford Wenie", ) ;
The lnter.Club CouncU has ado.1; Connecticut; ; District; of Mrs. George Powell co-chairman with Mrs. DavU. iianj-
been laying some of the ground -
Columbia, Florlda-Mr Smith contact Mr. Ruth Sheparl it I
work tor Homecoming, which U rt1 ,,' WelcomeVagon
Mr. Willis and 177); Georgia-Mrs. .r the newly elected pre ldt' it
three weeks The Coun. .
only away .,
Hauling and 18; Bllnols.Mr. and 10th Anniversary Mrs. Paul (Dorothy) inelnrk
ell has ruled that both clubs and I Forming Chapter:
Mrs. Mortland and 41 Indiana
classes will be allowed to enter ; S!., 319 Sixth &i. south.
Mrs. Bremerman and 21) Iowa.
floats In the parade) however, For Naples Area "when ,, ,
Mrs. Berry and 2); Kansas-l; \ "i iMkr I hAm ,1i i j

this theme year will no restrict prescribed Individual general Kentucky.Mr. Williams, Mils Senior Women Golfers ,ttjh t Wednesday! afternoon, October "txtnrd pork ,h"ht,, hut, ,n,,.
Jenkins, Coach Morris and 17; a glare, vtnu I\ltldy> mill' i ihivlni "
floats. A $10 prlM will go to 1' 21, 29 new resident of '
Loulslana.Mr. Kennedy and 3; the mast served "
!the most outstanding class float' Malne-1) Maryland; Massachu. Naples met lit the home of (run .etasi. list. the .nl l I ?,.I I I Imi

and the superemlnent dub float,: etts.22; Mlchlgan-ZS.Mlnnesota-, This WeekThe Welcome Wagon Hostess Mr*. (/hi' thooM tin apple" "

Tuesday was plcture. aklng day 10; Mlstlsstppl-Mr. Lowe and 4); Play Here Kenneth (Ruth) Shepard, 1MO tc-lu\ MtihimUlun' or I" "

tor the "Neapolitan." As eta I I MlssourLMlss Sando and 1) Mon. Dolphin Rd., to form a local
dents painstakingly spruced 1 tana.Mr. Thomas and 21; Nebras. chapter of this International .rrsrrrrrsril'Faji .
themselves up for a pose, the' 10th anniversary of the round tournament 18-liole medal
n.]; New Hampshlre.l; New Jer- organisation.Thli '
photographer commented thai, Florida Senior Women's Golf Play; 7 p.m. annual banquet and ..tii'l iit1sdI
and NewMexlco.l
sey.Mr. Cunningham 18); U a non-profit organ-
such a multitude of beauty and 1 Association will be celebrated presentation of prices
good looks "almost ,broke the ; New north' York.38 Dakota.l; NorthCsrollna.lct ; during the annual FSWGA's The defending champion 1* Il.ati(1Ide.\ .lined exclusively for "at the cove"

camera." Overbeardt "Oh, m;]\ Wright Mr. Schermanand championship tournament at the Mrs Walter Reynolds of Miami : the promotion of Civic social CALENDARS
Oilo-Mrs. 196S LINEN
II&1rll I Hdnt roll It last night.': 41 Pennsylvanla-Capt. Ben. Naples Beach Club, October 27, Beach Mrs. Lawreme Meyer andhumanltarUn project whileat

"Can I have my plctun,I ; and 18 Rhodeisland.l 28 and 29. of Lady Lake I I. president of : I ,VMNKMiiU: almost everyone was rnJovinx the lime time making new Picturesque Notes inDifferent
der Mr. ;
taken later Ill have my bracei, Carollna.Mrs. In honor of the occasion, there the FSWGA and Mrs. Eric rcstlxsl uf rUmrrs In the Swiss of Nrurhatel frkndi, Motif,
taken off tomorrow,". ."Bit[t ; 36Jiole medal Cia_ of St. Petersburg I.I a village Welcome Club
Flnley, Coach Bryan and 3Ten. will be a special tin dog: didni, Appari-ntly' he rare for Naples ) Wagon G Naples GreaHMt. Srl.. i ,
why cant I have my plctun, = Tex. play tournament on Wednesday tournament chairman will hold regular monthly meetH 1
[ nessee-Coach Howell and 12) flower. specially a lu earl
taken In a striped shirt and l( for charter members only. Other "Chip" Brumflel of Naplesspecial ., InChristmas
madras Jacket?". .'1 wore I I ".3; Vermont.7; Vlrglnla.12; event will Include a will assist Mrs. Clausen. resident of Naples Cards
West Vlrglnla.Mrs. Lamberson Any new
Republican button In 60. Whj] Grandmother's Tournament and In addition to Mrs. Brlggs, aloenollOO,000.
ent to negotiate
?" ,, and 8; Wlsconsln.5. for Naples member of the FIWOA who wishes to participate In Cray ton Cove BId\
cant I wear one now ? ovtr-lxty" tournament School AgendaThe 9. Teacher salary committee
students and one the Welcome -
| NHS also ha* Mrs. the actlvltleiof Naples
"Let Jacket I of are Mr. Mary Barclay: ,
me wear your those over 60 years age. report by Mr. Roney. MI 2.9849trre
the :arms
teacher from outside makes my shoulders look broader. Membership In the association, John Becker, Mrs A. U Brum- ItSO 10. Report by Mr. Barker on wagon
Panama for Monday's
Cube.3 Japan-J
States ;
." ; which was founded 10 years ago flei, Mrs John Flynn, Mrs. Fred elementary regarding
1611001 Board program
Olson of the
Canal Zone. Russla.Mrs. meeting
The Neapolitan start took orders ; by Mrs. Benjamin Briggs of Haynes, Mrs. Irene Klauder, p.m fdlow Southern Association reaimrneitadutioM PERMANENT SPECIALSduarantetd
will be
for the yearbook this week,: ; Scotland Naples, covers all parts of Mrs S.W. McCune, Mrs. T.K. I. MUlMea u and action of accredits j
The "Junior Journa., and members must be Montgomery and, Mrs. W.G.
hardworking Florida .
tton eommlttee.U
CAMPUS CHARACTERS 2, Fleaiit ill statement, From 110 MIIncludlMf
lists". Include DIane Fltzek, Mar SO years of..age or older. There Schmurker Budget amendment Mate lei
Paul Felsch is still wrack. 3. correipondeiu tit i'srmeseal
tha Cross, Kathryn Hall, Linda are now 200 active members In "Reserve" members are Mrs. 12. Approve school lunch and @
Ing his brain trying to cross Miller 4. Receive bide fair( '
Mrs 2.50
Chambers, Sklppy Boynton.Un. In that cer., the organisation, exclusive: of Ruth Rrainear, and Installation rd f mm control arhnol<<' milk audit is presentedby $
all bridge
da Uhltch (sports editor and ed. seven r a new group called "Reserve Cook, MM Mildred tttrkvtt<< finance manager ThM. MWenante ,HwM" *,"H' ,' ;
tale math) problem, but KathyRepass and Mrs. sjcjeea* ('or Imiiinkilee Nigh SHimtae. Hit Myli
Kennedy c..dtae.r
of Nancy Fisher l'0 I! members M> s W.I .
Itor classes), hu cone up with three t, *1iWh omprlM a a4. 13. Approve and pay bill* ...- < M -I
(business manager), and Cathy dynamite one of thebridges ,, awaiting vacancies in the parent Ralph West (. Receive and approve final 14. Adjour Try 101, Will' Sew CHttCfNT CUT ant t*(flu', lhn .
solutlonstl) '
Lle.n.Ile' "* tremniy
Schryver (editor-in-chief)). association .w lixk. <.< ill II' n rl i
build another bridge i plan for additions to Maple
(2) ...
students were will hold a WORKER'' CLERGY ka '
Friday, many a nearby grapevine and I The "Reserves" Junior High School ( hupped; >...*.. (fi*.h 01ho"nl
seen wearing "Evil Eye" cards. ((3) grab 54-hole medal play at Big Cypress < oio II iM drn n (AIM) A ) neiioned with WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
6. Pupil\ assignment it good
/ these tags read swing across. >' .. ," ui.i ,the n"*
i Sold by DECA, Golf Club rnlmtdent with the > i -'I.m t ennn> '"
"Paint the Saints." This club is man And"Ladybug"con't call Mrs.IMS Bremer be<'aiise i I 3r(\.) on) tfllll < .'melt ,fir H". ..s. Ii i, ,,,.I i, d 11 I ,, d i "*","kf' '"" *,. .Appointment* and mslgiuu1U bullet and null isrlnliUd!and tidily with .sfnumlpcpiwi ...'1.I 1. ID rink ..... h h.*. Ml I'ruiIt

charitably donating the profits to she's getting Mme i the mse''ts,, mr',, IatuulOfi.i', !" nth,' N'lit- *', tti n '" I. Authorl/p ti", iiwrtntend" n<*..d rumbled bacon
Homecoming Friday night the Beahlut( I 1' i I'" '' i'islm'
to devour the s' ale \ntoitatluion i ,
DECA gave lively hillbilly dance I 110.1\[ a t'' a
In the cafeteria after the game her it palm true ti that M sIs girls will be, meuc ,i...,'i Ort-Qe \:.0 Tn. i., cull 'I..

Also on Friday the Sophomore going out for Ira' k now that It t four ball, beat ball team tnurna i t.1l n." ,d'n' r clout' y\
Class sold voodoo dolls, which Is coa hed hI.i Mui' p I bon, hO. moot: Oct"bet; "H 8 1.11I. fit -t I I .llI'K,' min'- ';\

were dressed In Cardinal Moon. lor whose lull\ ?, IT: r'?' I'i ni M i I, met i i IIr< it1 t

ey's colors, red and gold.Owner Keep read,';I e': :2" X :'.: K.
of these Jinx dol s stuck pins Into

them, thus casting a hex on Car-

dlnal Mooney

Friday was Shoe Day at NIlS.

Numerous students wore decor.tded .

and odd shoes For having

the best adorned shoes, Mr. and .. .... 't
Mrs Shoe (Phil Smith and Trudy f' 1'

J free Marshall pass) to were the each football awarded game at a !f ::t5: .-. ..11 T' ....

the Pep Rally. A porter of a foot.

ball player, drawn by Quentin
Collins and entitled "Good Luck, ----

Coaches" was presented to Coa' h .
Morris and Coach Bryan (Coat'h

Howell was absent). The student

want the coaches to know the> -.

are behind them all the a\ ..
no matter what the score is. ......1"

The band did a tine Job of adding ; ., JJ .

extra test to the pep rally, tOo). ( ..'.-..".. t-.- --." -

Better Late Than Never Joy
Student of r
Hodges was for hosen September. She I FIRST OFFIHAL VISIT t.. ti.b \II Na11h'\ ai'lt I 'i ,, I.'I, i r '

the Month ..' ... of tIl' ( ll it. 5.451 ,
really deserves lthe put )Joy .\' !Mm I A M !cElrl'JI

Into everything she lost ('''utii' il rrn, S.ii S",1 11 1lar'gu, n',
President Wta M I .. I' 11. 1 ; berlrfkiI
Club I ii1.
Science '
Fin il S ''lIt i "'mnutt.i n 1\\? i
Below reported that Brandt Watson neIKlihnti."d\ <,hail tni, ,, '/II.. ., t .i I ot'i t d Fuutltgericl
head of Mosquito Control,, 1t.ll'phatn< )
was guest speaker at 'lbl&lIday'lmeetInC .
He gave an Interesting ---- --- ---- / H..... oil+ ,/ ( hiss W Inkla Mar at race

talk on insects ewe ........ -......-. air ....... Ar taaa0 kit resealS ,
111m alit ',". ?" ttfSunds menu r"f 1 f1
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) brunit-1 If io np.ncxprctrd > is '; .f.If' '- NtW EXCLUSIVE AT RAR 1 .., ltlrMuthMMl* I dewlap .* .*.. MMMy .

The Junior Class kas fotten off >.ear CI.I might' l dean 1'.oroclhms to sliced add .iM IHs. COLUM_kp COJNTT...?'....N l,... .*...."*.* and ."... ...., uaMe

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American Legion Auxiliary S GIFTS ilia ..... ....... tOe .-- lit' "

Tb bat sU-tlM American 6 big reasons why .. .......
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fogs or private for aal boroei.* tcbuitaesa By cUling 1 M' .IRE \llIIII11G\: ; Alrtigrea e ..... ...... .. ... r- .-t,"dcii. ts'w ... .....

France Fioek. Ml 2W! or i it so many people 1 n.- tryh+M ...- eve. .. ..epp.twdr Me

2-4153 a flag will be deliver- tyn; INTERIORS e tuned bmwwet ...., iV. ..be easel be men -.ewes,
ed. \von() IIEUTTJVV ; 13t

The profit derived from the ; ,.......+.. are buying inFASHIONABLE Driw .?. ifili .., ...,.. ".'". -.... va.. IIMI

ales II used w purchase flags { ...... $., ton wish.. em Peademw Ibwe T.-. .
tab donated to the auUil17 Dvap.riea rat Alai. ,-.Dedidnt e .." give. .... at

to al Naples ScWt. j Are )ear gaexl loci. htJuif under ) .. was_ tu r- i.ww .....I-N1e.......
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Eagles Swamp Cougars, 337NHS

Score fired a ION paaa to tall end SOI'HOMOKrbGAlN
Steve Clark wtio gathered In iophomore hacks Nick Pedro
the ball and got w far aa the and Jeff Johnson act minted for
First Victory Cougar Ih... Aftw ttiU 48- good gains on this drive. i S enTorwingback Lit: I Ittl

yard play, nillbeek Miiy Bryan / Alan t oster gained f
bT DAVID LYON drove ever left guard Into the 16 yards on a i averse and Car-
Naples Hlfh 9oho l'i foot. end sons On flrll down. 81:1:l lHsrner ter !Bryan! passed 2 I yards to r1 1 ,
bill tstrn tuned up for IIIIItFa1da' booted Ms first of three Clarkho trade a rood catch ra

big jeme with Fort emu' iiuinti, while covered Closey,), SPORTS t ,',.J 4I4ti,,
Myers .by poUsMnj. offStrtMUCardinal cardinal Moeney was forced Fullback\ bryan scored on a n <

Mooney, 83-", on the to pIlot on the next series. and six-yard run, sliding along the

' local field Friday nljjht! Eagle ee-eaotatn Mtahard right aide of the line until he . . . . . . . . .
The lag lei scored twlee' oft. Woodruff broBe through on found a hole outside right teek -

' runt by Ally Bryan ana three lour'*! down I"IIlock Mac IJa ,,' '., llart'er h<,o-rd the 20th 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.c'.i'' Fl... Sund.y October 25 1464
' time on passes and dominated !boos|. Naples INk over on the Naples point, '
play against the visiting Cots' Cougar 00 and Scored In two Another (1111'h'\ < i i Holleran 'J.i ', 1R'

gar Coach Jerry Morris substituted plays., Set 'up the ncM 1 u.ip'es' touchdown Johnson then fired his first
freely throughout he The (tart, ply was a saw The Cougar halfback! touchdown Clark Immokalee'sLate 5
varsity pass, ,
second half and the Cougars yard run err ,is ft tulle, \by Wily eouldn't hang on to the ball after receiving on the eight and ; :
managed to get on the score* Than Carter *rytn Ritchie punted and Naples his w'yover.-.rllCou-powering TD Wins .' l ls.

boardlata In tin gams one long threaded a pass to till end BUZRltohle co-captain John Bass covered It gins to score On s fake extra- ,:

pus play against! the Eagle re* who caught the ball on the visitors' 31. Tailback point kick Hartter tried to run Over Lee 7-6 :. '
and took one big step Into the connected with
sarvea. Bryan wingback the ball In, but was shopped ,
Naples had bpenfrustraledln end Kone. Ha liter's boot was Foster on a 30-yard! pass play a couple yards short t Favored Immobile was for. W
five previous attempts to win wide to the left, 130. Foster nearly making Into die The next time got red to drive 87 yards for a t I I7l
but Cardinal could not The Cougar gain found Na- end mated -Tr
Mooney cone the ball. Ritchie Na tourth.quarter tow hdown to nose : ;
atop the Elilei Fridiy. The ples' defense tough and Nails With the ball on the one,Bryan ples' longest running play of out the Lee Blue Devils Fri. T.

icon was 18-0 after only nine punted to Carter Bryan on the again threw to Foster in the the season when he ran 18 day night by a 7.8 stoi e on HIP, ....
mlnu,,,. These flnt-quarter K''p).sJ*. behind good blocking end zone for the touchdown. yards around the left side. Ritchie Lee field in Fort Myers.
scores were let up by a recovered he returned to the 46, and I(truer made It 27-0 with anoihrr had replaced tellbackJohn- It was the Indians' fourth vie'.
fumble and blocked Napes: then moved (4 yards to kick with 21M.It tory afalnst a loss and a tie.
punt. "
on-target son on the play, so the big end Immokalee :;,.
Naples gained 19 .on iti Coors In nine plays In the half. tailback now has won two :
pays decided to get in some straight games by 7.e scores :A ,.. ,0; 1"
first two running of the ,T'.t
experience Friday the Indians return ; t :
came, but a fourth-down gam Maple CM STRIKE THROUGH AIR Fort Myers coach Brv ibach to Calooaa Conference action\ / "* ,\\.t\ \ TDF
bla at midfield fell short aa theEagles First clowns 13 11 Neither team could get going (whose team was Idle),and threeof when they play Frostproof at
sought to keep the drive Yards rushing 161! 128 in the third quarter until the I his assistants who were home.Midway. NY CHAMPAGNE I ill its honored by the Florida' Section of

going. The Cougars gave the Yarn i,is ilng 116 T! Coug call right back', when halfback Passes 8-18 4-0 started a 66-yard drive that blinked their when Immokalee stopped a Lee driveon Thursday night The award
eyes they rCA, (prt'.oidm\' 'MI .it ,i Bench Club banquet
Tim Hoi'eran fumbled and Naples Inter-eted by 1 0 took six plays. Johnson ran saw Ritchie perform so handsomely the IS.ytrd line and stead. imsint.''rt on' tru 10th HimivtiMry of the PGA contest at the Beach
tackle At hackney' recovered Fumble! lost 0 2 two and nine yards. Pedro advanced lly marched upfleld. Eventually leadership" At the
at a strange position Club credits Champagne with "decade of fine
on the CM 49, Punts .-311 0-33 the ball for gains of But down halfba k Curt Massey scored the elected "hon.
Penalized Naples'drlve bogged tying touchdown 6n a four.yard annual election held Tuesday evening Champagne was
68 16 eight and seven yards and wing- later and Cardinal Mooney reverse Halfback Jerry Rut. omIT president"\ (McGiath photo)
PASS PRECEDES SCORE back John Salle contributed marched 82 in
yards eight plays ledge ran through the line for
Two plays lost three yards, Naples 13 14 n e -- 33 a 12-yard run for a flrat downon to score a consolation touch- the extra point that won the same ItI
but then tailback Carter Bryan C. Moonev I 0 I o 07-7, the 16.
.... Cougar. down against Esgle second- Fullback Harley Thomas rip.
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stringers. ped off several good gems dur.
FANCY TD PLAY Ing this long drive preceding the 1964 Olympic Games Close; :
score. His long run wu 23 yards.
I COMPLETE BOATING With quarterback Harold In the last seconds, Thomas got
? Haukaas and halfback Holleran loose for a Sl-yard carry beforehe
FR carrying, the Cougars picked up was hauled down.
.r// OUTFIT two first downs on the ground Lee scored) In the second per. U.S. Leads In Gold Medalst
Haukaas passed 11 yards to fed attar Gary Vahue Intercept
Nails for another first downon ed a pass thrown by sophomore :
the Naples 48. Some back- quarterback Danny Browning ofImmokal. TOKYO (AI') The Games States and Russls undisturbed.The hotel executive who recently
1 15 Ft. Cobia field razzle-dazzle featured the ... Vahue returned the of the 18th Olympiad markedby United Elates collected was elected to another tour year .J
Sprint 48-yard TD psss play quarter- ball to the Indians' 17, and It the resurgence of the Unltixt the most gold medals 36, end term as president of the Inter.
back Bob withers throwing to took three plays for Lee to score. States as a world athletic power Russia captured the most overall national Olympic Committee, In I''
Boat Mickey Wright passed nine yardsto and the uncertain staggering of 99 Only a frantic gathering a brief address called for na. F .
end Paul Kelsacker.
Dana Crosby for the TD, but the sport* giant! that was Rus. of medals by Us gymnasts and lions to address their loyalty to Y
Smlthers took the ball from Wilght was stopped, on an ItX.tra.polnt ala, closed Saturday In solemn oxen on the next-to-last day the Olympic movement
Tilt Trailer v center pitched to halfback Hol- run. ceremonies that summoned the lashed the Russians; Into the "The International Olympic '
Murray leran who In turn pitched backto athletes to gather again In Mex.lci lead, 98.90 and that was far off Committee needs..that govern I '

.. Smlthers. Meanwhile Kels had 10 who > City four ears from now. their I960 total of 103 and their ments, which have awakened to
.... acker ran at ralght downfleld and Naples boys Dallied Only me event, equestrian goal of 110 for these Games Its achievements bow before ..
Johnson 40 HP was all alone when he hauledin the from nine to 25 yards In grand prix Jumping, was on the Many of the athletes, particularly the neutrality of sport and sup. I
Smlthers' long pass on the contest. The Eagles' domination final program Germany won the winner. who were port it in the only appropriate>
Motor 7i Naples 16. After Kelsacker Is not reflected by the tflllln title and a Frenchmanthe anxious to get home and showoff spirit.
the statistic, but It should he Individual crown, leaving their souvenirs had departed "A thousand other fields are
the line Smlthers
goal noted.. Naples had a tots I offense the standings of the United when the Olympic flag was theirs for the display of their
ran the extra point the f( attune of 909 yards, the best of the j lowered and the flame In the prestige; only one gives them '
this season I season Olympic torch extinguished\ dur the opportunity to bear: testlmo.ny -
)..., REGISTER NOW ''"*Moooey. had made an ext ra point. The Eagles showed a sharps Beach Club Gals lung brief but Impressive cere* to their (true good will; the
The ftor came 'WWi lint? er passing game than previous- In Blind Tourney monies before the Emperor and Olympic movement.
3t21 left In the last minutes ly with Carter Bryan throw- Empress of Japan today.A Then In darkness, the flame
/ Bass Intercepted a Cougar pass, jing well and the receivers holdIng Tuesday October 2tth, the massed choir sang Auld that had been lit by a torch first "-'.
KI91ITIR_ OFTENNO and Naples linemen Lee Tread- the Beach Club Women's Golf A. Lang Sync and the message Ignited at Mount Olympus In a
on to ball.
well sndBruceHsrrU chances Improved sodatlon held s "9 blind hole" "Let us meet again at Mexico Greece, was extinguished\ in the
OiUOATION to the ball got Tread- passing will be an asset when event.In City four yeara hence," flashed Olympic torch and the choir
well carry round end the Green Wave comes to town Class A, Mrs D.R. Begs on the electric Scoreboard that Sang the Olympic hymn.
Drawing 8 p.m. Jan. 13 1965IMPERIAL for IT slipped and Harris right neat Friday. and Mrs. C V. Brumflel are bad recorded 14 days of compe
yards Clark and Harris again play- the winners; Class B winners tltlon between nearly 8,000 ath.
back with | nine-yard gainer ed] solid defensive games, and were Mrs. Michael Chance and lates from 94 countries.The Warriors Not

SERVICE that was nullified by'l -y.rd were given valuable assistance) Mrs. MM. Roland; Class C, closing ceremony lasted Same WithoutChamberlain
: penalty by Hackney, Baas, Woodruff Mrs Joseph Powers and Mra. about an hour. Flagbearers of
SHARPER PASSING Keith Orschell Van weeks E.M. Anderson the 94 competing nations and
STATION The winner of the nln 4iole those athletes remaining In
Holleran who has a fancy SAN
event was Mrs. Frank Blair. Japan were In a procession. ( ) -
average!! this season, was the Pedro Fred Moss, Treadwell There will be no play on Tuesday came thelags ofGreece Without Wilt Chamberlain the
leading ground-gainer Friday Rex Stoner, Raymond Peterson October 27th, due to the where the games San Francisco Warriors just
2600 9lh Street, N. (U.S. 41)) "Wl NEVER CIOS1" Naples, Florida with 67-yards in 11 carries, and others Florida Women Seniors event originated and of Japan the aren't the Warriors asthey've
found out four
boat nation and of Mexico straight
where the next Olympics will be games
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Inaugurating their new Civic
Avery Brundaice, the Chicago Auditorium home Friday night,
,, the Warriors led most of the
Choose Zenith time but at the end it was Los
e Angeles 94, San Francisco 92. i

Chamberlain watched the .
Moorings Ladies
Color TV from a wide National Basketball Associationgame
Set Dutch TreatThe after arriving from Philadelphia .
where his stomach trove
selection models Moorings Women's Golf bit finally was disagnosed as
Association will sponsors "dutch inflammation of the pancreas
treat" breakfast and hold a brief He lost 30 pounds and grew a
and styles at your business meeting next Wednes. beard during a month In the
day promptly> at I a.m. in the ho8IJ1t al.
club dining room, a spokesman

Zenith dealer's now! announced.Tourney play will follow over Prep Football

geynjs 11 holes Immediately after the
Kiitimmn I..
with members sho mt.
meeting, OttKkokM It ft L N.vi *
tuff for low net and low putt Awn P.,. ?! Arc**!. t
Unmet.)*. 1 ft M/w* LM S
honors 101.*.. )} ,
Caremff MMM r
At the rond loll of the three. '.n ........ ta L.'. rue* a
ae" Rn"r,.. M N fMy.rt u
week handicap match play tourn. ,
Mpe M.v.n u. ft l r'. CC 1
aslant, Beanor DuBane was de.clar.d P.l.>.". u. *,"'u Owe I U
the first w......... u ....._ CityTHE .
winner In flight
C.. e.
l"I.e P.r..t
7I'IrHCOLOR division. Top \honors in the sec.<< erN it V,. Aim Ferree' 'u
and flight. went to Betty John. Tw tare,...., It."ft c,... .N. II"'"J..k,..,Ii 1.


Golf Club Groups

Meet For ToastsIn

Two Cities

I"r Btj Cypress Golf and Country tJ.iq.G
Cw .mcell. lreaollancl

TELEVISIONPrices service personnel were celebrating
the opening of the bar
at tile total dub vMt. "toasts" AND

In twe witty separated spots stn- COUNTRY

Start At Friday Right eat the stroke of 12 [ CLUB

the teats were offered
noon with the lessFACILITIES
oy a gap at Wg Cypress and V d
another group ajseesWed at the
Detroit Athletic CM fin the
539995A1Jle'i'a Michigan etry. in Sovthwett' Floridafor

I The imp. In Detroit consisted Country Club

i I 4! 1 of directors Don P. Smth.
Dell app Ben nhn d. Arthur LIVINGGOLFING

Cole, BUI N :i1MU. and Bas!
director awl architect .
DUdel I' ... C.......... GeIf ..
:'s *1 Tdt l rixion t Value! of Celebrating Mg l Cyffess the Golf occasion: coarse.at .tfteat c....... Nr .....

the local weret Mrs. Peel SWIMMING .
Never*, secretsryj HareM A>U M SMI TV.aaHOMESITES a W ...
,..... eo-ordteewn Tom Air le_ -....... ........

derson dlreoerj Dkk Roberts .
BIGLEY'SINC represente Al Hackney CPAs TW H-ee..e..n. en.deel
i MUMe Ftetaier, food service .Ire nM bar :-n I CIt4 Lo..ya
Ben Caktecoo. caddy masterjfHM s........ ...... .

NAPLES SHOEING CENTER Weekdays. 99t 189 Sf" At. Se. I ) NeTers.freeasupertaMa. roe list N s.... Seed
Ml J-45J2 Setvrdeve o h rU4 dent; and Bui Costello temporary Sup a>.. ui atMJ
J : _.J barunder. hOI' 2 441
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COUIM COUNTY NiWS. Neetet .... Su,",.,. Oetabor If, I IH4 9
Quell Halloween Party Secret Service -

Held By American Research BranchTo hIM even though the FBI ". the. Secret Service said Friday
Legion Auxiliary ported Jenkins had been ........ Mht the protective research
ed on a morals charge In IM*. section which checks
o BattlinglenAgers on eppU.
Wtoehea, devils, clowns and! Be RevampedWASHINGTON Jenktae, loaottmc aide to ...... for WhIte House work
eararibala arrived for the annual -
Johoeon, both In ContTMC and HMS has been reorganised
Halloween party for the (AJ) lea la the presidency. WM asked to and the scope of its responslbUl.tjr .
American Legion Auxiliary he I 1\\ retary at the home of Ruby ltd I DtUon has Informed President was learned he had been ar.
with Thelma Weeks as coo K'S- Johnson that step already have reeled on a second morals DUloa's statement said that
EW YORK (AP) More been taken to overhaul the protective charge on Oct. 7. 80 one In the Secret Service
400 teen-aters battling tet.Prises were awarded to 'i > research section of the The President said he had no erupt the then dead of the
rig themselves In two ... following Frances FIt.l'I, y o'k Secret Service. reason to question Jenkins' protective research section
outbursts of violence Fri. dressed as a wild black l'.11 tt r 4ta Kw.i The object U to prevent recur. personal conduct until the arrests "appears to have read and con.
terrorized bystanders Inay rence of< incidents like the Is. were brought to his attention atdered" the FBI report on
nibalj Elva McClll, as the iu\ -
stations and on the suance of a White House pass to last week. Jenkins. The secretary did not
its of Harlem and Brooklyn. nlest. dressed u next in line Walter Jenkins without any Dillon, whose Treasury [)e. Identify the former bead of the
enty-two youths were ar. for the bath-room wearing t .\u'' further check being made on partition* has Jurisdiction over section.
In Harlem robe shower cap and car 1 ,1 ,
ited seven and .i
tin Brooklyn before the brief, all the necessary Items i u i -
thed battles were broken up lene Chesser was attired as;:
011. Wilma Flint-Stone and carried
t least four persons were "Pebbles" In her arms. Virginia REMODELINGSHOE
red In the Brooklyn outburst Townsend and Jewel Me- < ;<>B1.1 IV:; aNT WITCHES''.T. placed hv devils cannibals and
Negro and white studentsthe Cormlck won for best couple. "Beatk.It: thi. :.umual American( I.cgmn Aimltao Hallow'eon partythis
same high school armed as Rlngo Starr andhU"welrd" Wreck with Ruby Riner and Thelma Weeks cohostesses at the
raselves with car aerials, girlfriend. limer home
ebalt bats, can openers and
Games were played with SPECIAL
ier ral weapons dispute to which settle police an intra.said prizes awarded to several la- Marlon Holt, Aline Bennett Cool,Muriel AJlbrtght,Frances Stoner, Ethel Echols.
racial overtones. dies Refreshments In traditional Irene Cadenhead Ivy Jean Fltzek LurleneChesser. The next meeting for the auxiliary
e Harlem disturbance was Halloween colors were Nebus, Sue Jones, Martha Stevenson ginia Townsend,Jewel McCor- will be November at
med on a disagreement be. served by the hostesses to the Ann Wynn, Elva Mc- mlck, Margaret Rosier, Euvla Margaret Roster's home at SeaGate For your inconvenience while they are remodeling the front
n Negro students of a high following members and gueStSI Gill, Flo Penny*'ttt.Grace Me- Sawyer, Callle Stoner Judy
001 and a vocational school of our building, we are offering the following special!
lice said nothing racial was
',t olved. CHOOSE FROM

The a subway Harlem station battle beneath broke the out ELECT to the UNITED STATES SENATE $ 00 off ALL NATIONALLY

''ossroads of the Negro com. 1 ADVERTISED I BRANDS
nay, sending bystanders on
run for the street above u e rmdUe Kittens
youths lashed out with a Any Pair Of
rlety of makeshift weapons In 1S' Ladies Leather Joy re
Jo-toe encounters. CLAUDE R.BIBH.
,, Police had been tipped that a I chow In The Store California Cobbler

udents ttle was of the brewing two between Harlem (House Shoe Extorted) Niluul Bridge

tools and extra patrolmen r ee Cover Girl)
re assigned to the area to "T $
d against violence. Even 00 OffOn KiYtkiEdith
patrolmen were hard
ressed to handle the disturb. llenrySpaulding
ice until more officers were _
rrled to the scene. !
The Brooklyn disturbance
Jtrmt BitMStHtfe
upted outside a high school Any Pair
nd soon spread over several Republican Mine Leather Mo
ocks, with screaming youths
icing along streets flailing Shoes or Boots s Amrrkm Grntlrmt
inks, car aerials and clubs at In The StoreHouse
serlby.Evlntually. Young Honest e Hob Smart
the marauding tf ( Shoes Except) *Kd many elhrri
i-agers found their way Into
subway station and there set
:pon several passengers and a Aggressive Successful OFFER TO EXPIRE AT ANY TIME
roup of 10 high school girls
altlng tor's train.
At least four persons, includ.
!ng a .year.old man, were Interested In Rouse'sMl
nJured In that battle. Police
aid they found a pellet gun,
everal broken bottles and a Claude R, Kirk, seen speaking at the
arlety of other makeshift Beach Club Hotel on one of his four Collier Countyrecent
capons on the subway plat
orm. trips to Collier County
Those arrested In both areas All Sales

conduct ere charged and unlawful with disorderly assembly. CAST YOUR VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT Ml Cash Sales DOWNTOWN FIFTH AVENUE NAPLES Cash

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10 COLLIER COUNTY NIWS, N.pl' ', N.. '...... 'Wlte4er 17 I4I tecUc on MOT. 3, Mr*. Annie state, since we are denied the
--- Mississippi'sNegroes DwlM of Canton, Mi..., aid right to vote" she said.

tea...,. This Is bow Mrs Derlne de.
To Vote Mrs. Dertne, who was secretary scribed the mechanics of the
Catholic Stand On Birth w of the Freedom Demo. elections right now the Freedom
I But Won't CountNEW crattc party of Missis**** dele, Democratic Party wUen the
li( nceln to the national conven state disqualified on the ground
YORK (AP) Thou. Atlantic City and la now that It lacked a sufficient num.
Control Of Vital InterestVATICAN sands of Negroes in Mississippiwill on the party's eiecutlve committee ber of qualified voters, la ragls
York for few
be voting this fall for the lain New a terltjg Negroes for Us mock
first! time in their lives -but It days trying as the put It, "to election.
CITY (AP) Row this paved the way for an announcement ( won't count. tell the Mississippi story."
speclfU a stand will the Vatican of great chances In Their ballots: will be cast In a The mock election la being From Out 30 through Nor 2
Ecumenical Council take OB the the church's attitude toward :iib mock election held for four day "to give these rap..red voters will go
experience herpolitical
problems of birth control? birth control.A before the national presidential affairs of note *et up by the party.
This question lingered In tike sampling of views among -
background today as the council the council fathers indicatesthat
faced the prospect of another the council will make no
session In which to discuss the significant" pronouncements on f IM
Roman Catholic Church In the birth control until Pope Paul
modern wold. speaks on the matter. He said A
The council fathers voted last June that a study was un. Your
Friday that a council schema on der way and that he would announce Friendly
the subject was, despite crltl. the outcome.The .
turn from both conservativesand modern world schema THIS MACH1NL "S\\1\IS"-Mobility.: agility and durability are the features claimed for
progressives, acceptable says in Us section on family the "Goer shown fording a stream The Army is testing the vehicle to see whether Its Garden StorePresents
a basis for discussion. life that out of m.dlcal.theolOC'i capable of transporting military supplies to widely dispersed fait.moving units. Dubbed
At the same time Pope Paul al studies might come "prac "Goer" for its ability to perform In difficult situations,, the vehicle can travel on almost
VI sent word there would be a tical solutions" any terrain
fourth session, at an unspecifieddate Council sources report that"
after the current third most bishops feel that detailed
of New York City said summing
session closes Nov. 21. discussion of birth control up results.
New Directional Lines
This means more time to should be left to the specialists Emerge Out of "the great haystackthis
discuss Issues like family life, doing the study for Pope Paul. convention has produced"
birth control, nuclear warfareand They say that the results can he said, the Job now "will be to Garden Needs Sale
other big problems con. then be incorporated Into the From ConventionST. separate the wheat from the
fronting modern man. council document after the pon. Episcopalian chaff"
For many Catholic couples in tiff announces them. As he and( many others saw it,
the world, the main point of The Catholic Church Is op. LOUIS (AP) For the agenda-crammed down.lolate. the "wheat" was the commit. and Plant Specials
Interest la birth control. They posed to artificial forms of birth Episcopal j Church, it was a timeof night round of committee meetings meat of the church to shed its
want to know when and If a control but approves of the so. i directional strain. Clergymenwere legislative deliberationsand self-preoccupations and dedicate .
change/ In the Church's tradl. called rhythm method of family < sometimes dinner Itself In and
pulling one speeches.One manpower 'I' 1 "1:, )(1(1)( )II:..l') ;. 'h1 ''f:1: :' )fej'IlIHl 1
tional stand on contraception Is planning based on the menstru. i way and laymen the other Yet thing stood out the money -to "mutual responsibility : /
i omlng. al cycle. ,out of It all emerged new and church of 3% million Episcopal. and Interdependence" with
A treat stir was aroused last 4 challenging lines of march. tans was moving widening its other Anglican churches and all PottedPHILODENDRON Sunniland
veer when It became known That was the after-image horizons and sharpning Its bear. Christian bodies. r
that the council was going to The British patriotic holiday ,urday of the denominations Gist Ings, even If slowly. Some The purpose, as stated by the CITRUS PLANT FOOD
look into the Issue. With the Empire i Day, is celebrated (general convention, Its once-ln. thought the pace too slow. House of Bishops In a guiding 39c
councIl representing all the on May 24, anniver. I three: .years governing assem "Disappointing and frustrating pastoral letter Issued Friday as reg. 5 Ib. rag 79c
Catholic bishops of the world, sary of Queen Victoria's bly.It 1 ," the president of the House the convention ended, is to"live Limit 2
there was speculation whether birthday lasted 13 (days, a complex, of Deputies, Clifford Morehouse for others", to abandon "old
and false isolations", to "be
truer members of the church I 55e
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The avowed thrust was out. &O
ward toward brother believers .
toward Jewish spiritual FEED PALMS NOW
ANNOUNCING kinsman toward( the Negro in
his struggle for equal rights, with Corbin's Palm and Ixora Special.
toward the poor toward the
TBP P sn world and its present problems.Yet Don't fertilize palms after Now lit!

tP"/40It' tine offofr/f'erafors resistances.the adjusting process hit

Model of Rengetand DEALER Especially apparent were the HYDROPONICNOW

Cook Topt-Clthwathert tensions between the ordained YOU CAN TREAT TOMATOES
Carboge Disposals clerical leadership of the We have them a com.plete .
thmie shrubs & annuals,
and Its
lay represents
kit with I IBurpee
tlves. Repeatedly the two took (erbcra daisies and other -
Tappan contrary positions, with the plants for Nematodes Rig Boy tomato
e c I Built-in clergy often favoring changes easily and quickly Use plant planted and xroInf
Ovens .
and fresh approaches opposed in a basket of thingi. t,
by most of the laymen.In SUNNILANDNEMACIDE Price $185 Includes!.,...,.
some cases, concentrated a Package of liquid plant \
negative votes by laymen de. food enough for 100 TOMATO I
feated steps supported both by Nf q0E of food.
granuless3 ftlloni E1
:tiln E2 the House of Bishops and a : FOR ALLVEGETABLES
majority of clergy in the Houseof
'ITNawa' Deputies, the equally mixed
lay.and-clerlcil branch of the t Use Sunnllind'a Improved
church's two-house governing 1 Ib. can 98 Ikri r q congress. or aprayIntroductory I
Charles P, Taft, a prominent Offer
At bag 2 98
Cincinnati layman Commentedat 1 lb. can I
sJ _. one point "This church is re,. tit i
rd composed of one per cent clergy ---
r and 99 per cent theologically
F d Illiterate laymen." 77e i
Whatever their qualifications,
:/ T1 they overrode their clergy in
tAs++F defeating a move to allow worn
en (deputies to the convention CORBIN LINDABURY
_!1 and In rejecting a statement StRVItE
supporting Don-violent civil
disobedience under eztraordl
nary circumstances. Garden Center

Nevertheless, the bishops
Issued such a pronouncement 410 10th Street, South MI 2-2440 ><

9 anyhow, declaring the "churchand (Behind the Cafeteria)

Its members faithful to HOURS: 7 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. Mon thru Sat.
scripture, reserve the right to oar a4nt ,
sr. Twin T.mp obey God rather than men" -if WAPEHOUSE I

Combo "ww men's laws conflict with Divine 1 Block North of our Gorden Store, on Train Siding.

Law.The bishops also voted to Behind Howard Johnson Motor Lodge.We .

change the church name, "prot.

estant Episcopal", to the com Invite you to open a 30 Day Charge Account.
TAPPAN moo usage "Episcopal. Depu.
ties disapproved, however and We are as clot as your phone.
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PUBLIC NOTICEIN Announcement 13-Help Want Female 48-Apti. for Rent 57--Houte* For Sale

I URSULA FEUErKhlN NASH W.,tl," wanted Apply ,n 1 phi SABLE SHORES APIS. "I I 'lltn !>t North'
IN CIRCUIT I : COURT I I. new with Kelly Road Beauty ton Do s l'lI.tt' Rexll14Help NLW : bedroom 2 beth. Good
T JUDICIALSTATE CU IT. Hie* 1 r," .o. tr MI ,..... Electric kitchen. Util,
_ Mon.oMitr"20121' Nor roe
COlliER COUNTY. \ .-; ; Kelly .Reed and Are. Ara.f'reom tcreened porch. O.
OF FLORIDA \'m 0/ I .r I..c.."a ,,..d :h-h. ty oom
IN CHANCERY J ''I "" I l ?111 I ait VAt.tOI' f'urnlhed1 epl lilt eer, r.e o"o"d Heel and u" ; Can 116,000:
No 2161 UNIFORMS I'd' hul..t Ap is Il p"ra0nII week 1 luett house $ $ per month mterett
YNTHIA B MCQILL S3 II to $1.98 All arias '. : P1.rthr: : N iplos Laundry week Al pint/ IIiHISfI nod tenet included
Plllntiff tree and /I.".. W. taco ud/U "J 11 Ir Creech Road
I vt Santo metLINNIE

*EWITT GAYNOR .GILL I S UNIFORM SHOP Wanted Male 49-Houte* For RentRENTALS III It" Ave. .....Aay
160 H.M'1 SI Ft Myare. 1'1.ED MI HMI
SUIT __ _
NOTICE!: OF e 3 0 70171 _
/ / Man "wintd for Landuape
HEWITT OAVNOR McOILL.i work Apply Trail Qarden Center ROYAL HARBOR

i Hondur.i S.'ood Co In'c.'uc. tori ?th St South I Inc ftth Ave No end. the MM attrattlve I bedroom. Jbtth
i. Prov,nt,. of Corn" 0' III" Au. a7th Trail I I ICT 0 MWented HOUSES hem on .ut.ending lot

Gr.c'' 'A Diot' Stra MI I ISIS, R,<4 Man" Enpiiri' APARTMENTS. overlooking' Nepltt .*". For
Honduras. Central' America I' If "f."oo but not n.r...." molly ud II model, this
You are hereby notified that apie Call M.. 110 Tn Cc 11.11 Fnain51r.r.a PURN/SI/EO/ UNrURN/SHED rtidne i* offered with orwithout
lull hat peon filed, againit you ,iht Inc \\0 20 II YEAR. SEASON hirnlthlnet end een be
above entitled ceote andoi' Boats-Motor Acce purchased .t e I"cure well below .
r< hereby required to torva u Clean up "man, te wath and J. W OYCHES. REALTOR rl $t For eppolnt
polith uto nnbllt l.O..od work :sell
lont'f, attorney whoto nm Sacrifice. men Ml 14741 er drive
-'- ng: ronct "" Applv Wood
heraon, out to Royal Harbor office today
iddreil ipptar tttritttnset Change in 1.netale ,
owners plans
Yb r.ro'; Chrysler Pth"v mouth /ID!'I 't15S.I. SEASONAL RENTAL
it any, to the com f this beautiful 27' Chris t"MI f

I"nt '"n said. suit, copy of which Craft. Twin a 051050' lfsaSucks. /. HUM end up per teeion 'OFEN HOU f:.'Iv""".'TL 1n
,vered to you herewith on or Depth Finder, Soar le. Help Wanted teact this II4IM two bedroom
afore November 20 A D 1I64.H.r.n ANTIQUES DRIVE INS JEWELERSSMITTY'S Light. Cullom mad home >t lit llth Ave. So end
foil not or decree pro con and deck Pit :..C"'S .= Automob $515641050 no e. MARLOWE AND BECK the 117.*., three Ill 2 Beth

auo will be entered against, you BL RU9.KS Call MI 13.0 penance necory but deur RFALTOR! mat deer Both haute. are eicellent
far the re'lef!/ preyed In the kill of PAWN SHOP rr1,7 Ind5Mt' abl. tell mtt Pop Ill Fifth Ava to buy

ompla" lot s9f,5 ",lar COr Hood rumfflltin' car Ml ; 6221(l ; U03 t im___ LIT Ul SHOW YOU this beau
Th. nature of said suit being for V 'urn
MEADORS' BOAT MOTOR "the* hopitlirtinn' paid liful J BR 1 Beth air tend
1 Bedroom >al th double
*>i.Met. c eca.n1'' Stan car
., 'rI tee Ihuart
f WITNESS my hand end the s1 I *& 919 Al.perRoad It. lY,.TIt.,. f.r/'J ? ,j"p" Siet' Mineirar r In rem Chov pert bu,It ?i barber pit andoerch home at 110 Rudder Rued In

If send, Court .t E. N.pl.. Florid, r-l: lfrrewj;: ofm f JEWELRY CONTROLS .O1S1. ;Ir' 11S m. ft NO23Mitc. AVI.letale Nov IJ I MlCARIIItAN The Roam Meenngt with brtekfeel Nice bar Family builtin
en !
his 15th o \lout __
MARGARET: b.T kitchen' and
: Asg j64 porch
Nf 1-0 14 I .
1 ''pm MI i tot foctory plywood keel needt IIr NUL S ter1oct15
CI.k Circuit Court Gift Jewtlry Antl ue. ,., /a 0'''.'. work II HP John*** I 4 ,In per I adrnr' 1 I F urn,ahadd lion offerCOLFMAN tprinkler tyilem Makean
North oy tit FIFTH AVI 10 For Sale
SEAL) Troll .... llmllt feet eendilion Complete with .
By EDITH TYOETT: ontrolt MM CASH-Mt 2 left BOVO "..110'
Deputy Clerk III lit I 111.1,1, no' only ads c.rprl. 3 Sdrm' 1 Sale ,n SorreM. M Tenth M No MI 11731
ALTER G. SOROKOTY BARBER SHOPS DRUGS SERVICE STATIONS It Ft E astern *.. Imll IMChrlt 0' II,,' "t loves 1',1., .oft Garden, lOin 5, If
for Craft Engln' Tpek and loll, Rent .1..1... shampoor.
Attorney Central AvenueMaple plllntlffMS Decks. Redo' Depth Finder II Naples' 'urn,,,,,. Co I .drm 1 I.'h' .- furnished ,in EMAIL ESTATE
Florid ROSSI'S P PRESCRIPTIONS New Pant end Varnish Be. 10110 IIf"HVb City 115100 mo III 1 Jan 1,1 story r"( 'lare: home Nice/

Ocl "II*, 29. Nov 1 I. I, ISM 1132)!)' 1I. PARK ITREIT IX PHI.*' U: BOBS el I Ikinper t < &: '. Marina' er!*PhonoMl /> H o1'f'iir.;|". Cef REALTY bedroom furnished apartment Ovir JOO Revel'Palm All

THREE SAC IRI ACCURATELY.j SERVICE New il1"tee 'Miff office REALTOR ,lr... "menv, ", ,,,II.. den low I
I willing Choir I) to' H Her '* Power Pr ce W*.MO. l' M' down Own
N.,.,.: Snoppln* Confer Prompt Free Delivery STATION I* sell e* Iredo equity for like mle Ile iu Mt ?MMror P 0 Boi IMINe .r MO 101. Av. North MI
amount m homo lee Honk thekortondor Hi Fie
Mochonlc Reed Service 10lU 31 way NajMe*
Berber Shop DON'S *l Caribbean Ret Ml IJItVI / 1J44 or / 7440 Broker ceoaarele -
L.wrene.Mllr.tMt LIGGETT REXALLNoplet IMI duty W.I.| |.. tturtnt 10'" MSilu Isle! Larg Eltri* Heeeiillnt t. 10/11 If
'nditltut Alt* Bedraem Cents* Ompl.te
WEEKSREFRIGERATION Cooler 1-J1J6 4040 N.th Trell Ml 2 $" 1.,11 / 4. \y fur //011.1 I larks tram Two Frame Hmitot on adjoining'
Shopping "lne.. Opp. ; Z/rOR1l9/VIV .Uq" Beech Md Rwf Availilk* INIII lrgr I 1"1- im canal 2 Bedroom.tile .
Dec II Adultt Ml 4 IHllyn b ul 1 Hy Water. County

CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOE REPAIR Need u IKID to up.ndI..., f.: V' era FeCNlent Air ondt,1:n i7&. M Fl Tesra 50. .only:iIUI., teemed roIrr Dpwntewn Ceil Ne

& hound Kennel now racing ". each I tli GeNlo" Drive MIr 1,114615 for sr0511' lICup.ncy
pey tlH nterett It months 4611 50-Room* For Rent rnl rl t r v 'Inspectlone'ill
; prup
APPLIANCE SERVICEAnnounces JERRY'S JAECER.INSURANCE V Replies t. Collier County Newt :toil 'cclable" In-ms Price
t t J. p o *oi mr AMtm M Nova 5'1100 t ich ''mm.'M'
) ,;/ 26 Penonal' ler rent and kath in Privaie 50.-
DRY CLEANING f842 \ SAil! I ,
1 : : YPAYMENT" H." Breektldo, Mlaitl 'null 1 i anted R ( poo
ONE DAY CBaUdMeMaMetMaW/ 12-Help Wanted I/M II Hit i ,ink. Sli..i to or C al..t)
f' I=\ AUTO-HOMI: OWNU.-"lti \ r t ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS' toll t M.... rn J'jtti
SERVICE J Soles Nests Men ur women. ""'" drink.ngproklemt
Couple for 53-Store Office IXTRA
I I te 0ranba sport ..ik for help ky telling COMES NORTH TRAIL Ml, t-tttl OMRArVTEEO mint resort III N.pl. Men to f bedroom, I balNmain
With pride that they 6th Ave., So. MI. 2.7390 d* |*rdning' cleen 'pool, wife MI 4111 Vitilert, cerdiolly hout. I bedroom. I beth
21 In Ave f o W 1'1401 te manage 5 ;lire end tupervlt welcomed Meetingi in Flrtt FOR RENT unit louts en corner lot -
have been appointed .partmantt Yean eraund Only' * hfled 0.01 I epply Air Cendpartmenl ( ol 1 Mh Ave Stern Tu.t end ('&,f VIM legatien Av. ? nithed 4 bike Ironh Btech
dealer forFRIEDRICK : and telery Write Fn n..", el I M P M I m*.t 11..1..... dlatrktt H Csnv.nlen/. .....Plll". end

P O. One 141)) Ntple*, Fl'*. leek foam Itt Nell Bank Own tehooll tecillent n*,ghker.
Include resume end plctursIOR 33-Servl Offered .r heed Pnte UIM,
) St TH' sit:. REALTY: COat *55esl4.' .

dfwQ.JJf ..'l .. YOU CAN ADVERTISE '/NHL YON!. 14.nag.r wanted lor mndern Ave ....,10 Lunlle DIN VIrgil"I MtrcumNoble

IH THIS SPACE lode Fountain. Lunch Room PAINTING Wright
Air Conditioner THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS for man/i1$1nq I.'.", commensurate with/ akll// 57-Houe For Sale

when making purchas. frem CALL MI 2-2107 Ity Mutt have enperienc* end Ret Comt DEWEY POLLY
and Heat N.-o advertiser. H. Ii lnt.restsdin THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Onod reference* Write Bm I IW
Pump high tepeeWised

iaowieq .bout you ...p...... FOR DETAILS Ou .4." rare; Thant ,.. teal rOCo h.. County Newi M' 2.1 FREE UTI MAUl'um :ing built: .vlu 3 *kedraeen. /immaculate I kath euetdm, in REALTY

dude dpufel even .,..... r*
13-Hlp Want Female SEA WALLS filgeralor. wether dryer Well Oee Dewey folly Reeltor
landscaped let. sprinkler tyttm Corn.r Itl, Ave No ,ndraaa
---------- I women experienced Soak CONCRETE' WOOD ROCK with' well'i carport. work Tom,..." Tr.,1

THE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE and maid for private home tRpp n.wOI: UI'.e'mr.i" : MI 1 111,1
Nikita NowIgnored with I adult Own aeertfflent. Foundation Piles kilo /II t 1 Iadroom laIh- Own-o..
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IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIC NEARINGNNK and ,reference to Collier C_. Docklv/yVMring/ Whip N K1yoa N 01eeOa. Ton Alt*cene'iwnr *ne
I I. hereby I'v.10..! a .00 1101 fA Ii.JUNIO ... tatA "V or : a
'tUquE. #FLOREOAf'QIINTY.IN will k held ky 1111 fA9AAftldMptic ttrytrtdtt"ABBOTT RO [Rf'KJAmn- I fPIQtfwd fflMd IH TJlh A .
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ROOMIR PROBATE. Commission for ., .
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each end ill ef the milk'
In IN RE: ESTATE OF merketingareee "'ANno MI" 5-74)5 H Ct, _""" _.
AGNES H KELLEY Oecetted ,In end Florida regulation now under In Nearing Its *upervilien 0" a-ale, Radio Road r r.C'Frame en Lot 3B-Lct. For Sale

TO ALL CREDITOR AND PFRMAND Room JOr.Florida Stele Capitol Telia. W." .... wanted al loroni'. ..toI, 14111 144' fens .itII otiwm t* kuy JIM Airenrl Road
IONS HAVING' CLAIM' OR DI hettae commencing : R Mi l 40 a month Pur elM, *
: : to MI r Nil.PUBLIC. r: Commercial' tot Ul eovn.
AGAINST lAID ESTATE 0.30 A M en Friday October $ Price 54,601. .. ihart di.l.r.r.ram.
and tech of er hereby IH4. relative/ te the following mot RIP Court HIM Pric ISMHAteeilel
norued you tam, -RAP SEAI'AtlS RUTH ANOERtON ** *
Red Press ,
end requested to proton
NOTICE Rag Breier
., ,
I Cen ldrtlen ef territorial limit
cleimt end demands which ,
any you of marb6inara.5 and ROCK GKOISSCreeaet 111 t fenleml. Treilrh Lue/lle Vh d 11 M.cu"
or either of you, rosy hove ({seat ll 44 er IIW DN/11 '
I Contideralien of 1m" 1'1". "
m a a m
CONDITIONERYOU MOSCOW (AP) NlklU the estate. late ef AGNES of told H KELLEVdeceased Charges te producer for hendlIng LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDER ceewelle, eterlii 15/" HL
County to the
...d'v.rt,. keeled Proposals for the centrut HUNT!
.. and fortreaeporting Nllf POLLY
become County of ,
Khrushchev has an Judge 'I.OIl"h' County milk Immokelee Elomnlry pier t end1ereint
Florida hit L'cOOI..f .Per Ived5 Home
at olow ar
court I Contideratien of Offi..lal Order immokeleo, Flnde/ tor th*
toid County al Eatt Neple, Mrottl. "Allocellen Order". techengee Collier' County: Beerd ef Pukllc/ In Yes tee Ilia kind" ef hornet yen REALTY
For a week now then baa Florida. within' tin calendar "months
theSuperinl.nd.nl want in KM kind" ef neiihkerhead
1IIt1.m'n.' ..r ckange .t trucllon/ will ko received ky
DON'TSHUT been no public Indication In the frem the time of the first public the should k* made at of tchooll at the (0. you went, within the polls
lion of this notice Two copies ef you in a'rordM when R.eNN
this lime uperintondent Office' Neple Gee dswey .11,
nation he long dominated that each claim or demand shall k* In 4. Ceneideratten, ef OffKiol, Order Florida, en ar kefora 'I I 13I P M 0.4., Oreflln (el *. pereefmelrikke el 1 Ctrnge Cones sad
such existed. writing. and shall. state the piece tniU. J 114, which Urn ** ReeHy help ye.. T.S47.TP.
a man ever ef ,..,.._. and pout office addrettef Military Milk Orderto E I' Nov f at end 0llr Work.
rot picture baa disappearedfrom the cleiment, end .".11 determine if any chenge er and place they will ke publlalyppened FOR IMTANCEI
k* worn change Mould ko mode or fur and reed Air.... 114 MI / MM
DOWN public place rot books to ky the cleimenl. agent, attorneyand the, oon.'d.' '.".. ea I. ropedIIn Copies of the Proposal, Cent reelDoeumenlt I Bdrtm I kelri f "
: .luw ::
accempanied ky a filing fee ef the eMlre Order brewing!, and 1/pttcation It7a0Rfty ,.. 59-Acroage
are no longer heaped In displayIn ."dollar, end such corm or demandnot Ace Radiator K.pain fern
1 Consideration: .f the /easik.llty. may k* obtained ky etiglMa i Fkkkn' Reverie (!vi*
stores. to filed tntll k* veldWILLIAM I BOLTONMcBRVDE Htg A Air CM T/a./ RrMlf SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
end odvitebility ef the odoptionef Oenerel Contractor frem Oal tenlii repaired weldmglleam '
H KELLRVAt .,* aoved dnv. end land: ACRIAOENOW
merketwide producerequelnelMM AND WILLIAM' RFRimtL
The nearest that the who *leeMr
men enecutor of the Last pool order for e ARCHITECT* III MoOre 4 fl *.pod. ( acre Ireelt .healed
Will evil ue delivery
FOR shoved Mm aside have come to ACNE end H Tetttmeni KELLEY of given marketing eras. mere .o, keuleverd ;'I0" er Pier $ft D..... Blvd Ml I 4)11Te'epnene 1 Bdrm I Balk almseS 'lutl ene 10111rsm UI' 41.
admitting there ever was a deceeeed hen one pree. er *H tree* id* A depeeit of ft requiredfor turn tame lealienI Drive ens thi* property with:
PARK under the luritdiction ef the each tint *et et Orwinat end your own ear end empere itMiinel

Khrushchev I I. attacks on lead. Attorney 4 for EMERSON Wry, EdaAGNES /. ef Florida Mill' Cemmietien, and $pecrlicalit0mood to eech General *i>i.e..ri| (.,.... Bdrm I kaih en M..",.." any piherl, Only IIIdown
ershlp failure obviously attributed H KELLEY Docoeted te review the emended pro Centrecior A Additien! tai may keektiined *" tmed e'f,ce wiin .n Av* lll.mM{ aempiete wikCARISSAN full pnt I'll. For
posed order lea provieuely see ky paying reproductionpoet /land** d} M. further Inlormelien enlali
14 6th Avenue loulhNeple rHept>eni.' ..'...* ***
WINTER to him.Criticism. *, FlorideBENJAMIN .tdred ky the Committtonl ky which eet will net k* r* 0.11/24)01 REALTYREALTORS D T. Jen** [Mar rls51. IM
of the "cult of per. O. PARK th* .pqial Oietrikuter end. Producer turned Checks skull ke made par Midway 1 1114*. P O ise IIIiTeTleNlvede .
for the firmOct Cemmittee* appointed few skis I* the Arahiteclt The haltmount
onallty" used to mean stalin. thie ourpoteI of the dep ail will ke returned P 0 Bed IMI .,aa kolwee*
'eef with
I II. II. II IK4 $107 eeraye eitiueitr'
Now It mean Khrushchev Adoption ef permanent producer ,' Drawing! and kpaclfntaItem alt,.WHITr, Beawtitid* pro No "I N 105' PtSURPSIDtee Marte and. Naples Where in.
price order for .11 cress under are retained M the Ar.hrieet*. fell*. end $.,. en reef. freeeatimpte :4.". 1"' action i* I aire "... t pin*
The attacks may soon become the | n>dic4Mm ef the Pier In good condition. within, I 10 dey efIh Mi I MM lead Power and lalepheneayaileklt
direct GLt r4f Ida Milk CemmittienJ : dale sot for ef kid NAPLS aartmewt aurldn it new
Khru. E opening
naming > .
CftS Determlnatien ef Ike lime Ink controller* may ...tin Draw I MM fie down | hchev and attributing all sorts when say order. change erchangat loll tnd .*pe *. ky payingrepreduii tN4 ca N$1 t15tilit. roams I lath AM aloWns5.lhtn 171111Aneelelee

of sins to him But, for the mo. m the order, entered ,on ceel, which colt will Ct' ,nl /,001114150. Carpeted IIItNM neert Un

m.nt. he has been ky the Cemmitt.en et a r....It net ke returned A copy ef me N maid, ,.... 1 sit 101'' 2.54. /urnsltId PrM Phil N, IC.,.. Hildy Olton
dropped of -:1' Searing and Mveet.galien Plant sod Ipecificeliont may lit ,tlrte Se36Wanted "
down the memory bole. the Cammrteion, ere etomined tree ef therge al Ikeo" LucIle O 1.-3,or,d Meroumria .
t. _. effective ..t ot1 Architect .. ... ROBERT H JAEGER
That was the term George I Cenwdaralien end detarmmetien Each Bd To Buy
-z. myal
Orwell used In his book "1184" ef eM metier* releimg, to the C rlih.d: Cf>etl: t:tas.FmVlsi.N ( POLLY Pig R I SoeberNopl41
x ti 1 foregoing and ether matter, Bid mod eieculed ky the Bid UNO) Paw t..crs went**) DEWEY Iheppror. C/t T" 07461r
for the Incinerator that de. that M the Cemmhwienwg. len sad turoty Company licencedle Ooed) condi'io M.himen Preperlte ":
troyed records. When policy ment should ko centidered enddetermined de bu.e1 In Fi r!divoxel ii. 5 Wm 11II.,,,,..,. .. o Illl Jrd REALTY: ...* If N down end)
|( I. lItO M \:1.: "lenth Ne mterael.
timount f.vl ": 11 N
riedrich reason in Orwell' imaglaarv All part..* interoeled and the puki of ro. ..1"i'i4" 'he .:: One 10115 front Golden

state dictated that a person i are Invited le attend end eve. I* required a* gearente* )8-Ai/to For Sale Qoo fIItIty. II..... tent suck reiovent tr. ..... Her CeuMy ajeetty 1/14 It
should not have existed all evidence end le* Hie kid .t eepfd a CentrMI ; hi A"" ,lid
i t mony e* m* ke .' k* entered Ml** end the performane ."
reference to him were draped WHO DfflRE TO ,7':1 ef ..1 properly tecurod The we 54 P514t51 4r501 5.74. 0564 UI T t'at BLACK tllL8'Luu. TEA

down the memory hole, Hlato. 'uQvra TO "U NOTICE ceosh.l. O.,..., will 110 le,iairad te lie Lepded* *r mlh at** telual teeterr m.le Forted .... lilt ked WHfRC OIL FLOW

0' AOVANf.E00P OF .P"/IOQ .._,. a r-vrvermenca eomi. **.verin |*4 Cell ioce BeHen Ml >*em I keMi It'.l.. en MONEY OROWtAnother
rile referring to him went that IN' TH' "'."'/100 end iMluding all laker end 71 1is14t4w anal 111.IN Ml t4M

way and BO did current mater. WITH P LEV1RETTE ADMINISTRATOR meter ;< The Prfermj .Jhu..4.ad 14/11 IfI"n eroduc ng well IHnwie
V FLORIDA MILK COed. : wrrtton ? CeiTiar
tAll e the e Item County;
al. He became aa unperson. MISSION ", SOUTH siONOUONsNAteT one per cam ll**.l *( lt* M M' .".... $7115 = :'a1.d I wOH5 prenirt another cn
.1 .155 ws.n 1 e1 / ,. bedrea41.tthhrie .
There are no algn that the VALLANAEE. no" C_,.., Pri,* Nths.. air 1151 sod nxrf.tl Sell Collier CoWT
Preet.' ferew mutt ke pr.ecIyINN erfSOclss.s III.
book are being destroyed here. FLORIDA MILKedei1110ns II 1 n, w .
Devils Advocate I* the 11 eu< Ne oiMlrfying letter erIMomonti U end Nl HY". f., Pli. OFFER THE FOLLOWINfJraeret

That would be difficult. v4M ke ctnlidarodMO if NT *> ..., mtM TWIN' LAMgf. New' CM. 'levdown
Promoter CddiHec
popular name Cut the Br E Roken Langley IIOOIR MAY WI l MAW A mile frm Naples,
COOLS Leonid I. Brezhnev, the new of the Faith in officer YMI. Chairmentl BID scum 'ed Par e period ef NsMr O_ tien *5eow |4M ,.,....... eety term frem Crty ii Oeld.n

Irst secretary of the Soviet of the Sacred Congregation Oct M tM ... git. *(til* epor.days...sitar it ": eke date tel for TOP ORAOI iro CAfHtOLUKR COOUIN |ANOi, AM eophnt tie iTertway:: I mile et: IIH frem per Evergiede sore with*

Tommunlst party, and Aleiel. THE OWhER RltiivE Centre! *n> lend Let M Will tell .
of Rite it Rome whose dutyIt Notice OF tNTRNT50M TORROI TNRIANT < Ol'14TYMOTURII tradeMlOH Ml ntwerel ghtt ntIM
In summer (osygln, the new premier have TER FICTIT/O4I$ NAME to 'e reel ",. y1nd.n" tie eats tract*
curb Bint t I. to prepare all possible The *nderod doe kereky eer end to -. therein
to n"'l Tee
iledced on ;: AREA
carry : :
against the beatification !. t.y that she .W dkHdUdtlUS Pr Lt / > **r* (ppreaimataly U
argument ../ 1C1\
thchev pollclee II peaceful vale etwde't**** al ."erteiNeete C.ai,rw+... 1M I e..... .' ,, 'j-7r"; upaIsNe ) al. air MM Met brit new well M4 R
:you .stance and Improvement of or canonization of *. Flerid*. IIMer the twtRhMe ,Nrd of p a1e IwsrSN/ee N'''''' ? Muse at I .eer01shN p.1.RSWwlah.1 them tiata reed Ml el I M* with
an alleged Mint name ef Heats Name RMd.rgartM0nd G.n'M Ele.aiy Fbe'dsAT r--' Awn. 51 tin St ,W': n% /5011$1r,5Mt.

lying aiaadarda. They referred ____ __ ____ 0 __.___ __. Jkft sod firm te Mnneitd ef ,'.' KEI< Peewehed er .
the last M fdRe+ ": whets 51101 W.O. "f4.Dt. II eve ..115N RNeMHig
A party meeting over mg Meanjv >... dk 1155 5455 1
end pee e* rw.d ese are e. ..'''.'y r. 4l-Trucl Tractors en wiuek wiN keIk
snail wartime la Nr 0111
may a part tdwrt eel
tight year*. t f JM Br et Pilkfl* lnMr,,,t_ I *>** read from Napfe* sob
The policy politicos of those recent year he has loomed vmeaMlta J Meek **nM ... C.../.t" Fbrtd ten Mease develop**! |**e
; truck
07 Ti TIM 1IIfoII;
? Amtereen OrlveNeetee. i* No. i. .9* .. ... per a.r* IM* mmerelI
I etewting* were set forth totpeecbe targe to hMortee and aaniversa.ry fceeVr MTMit .../ II'. OVAL< HARBOR Weu .. .
HEATS IewR.M.NdrM. tird*. ..., ..... I Beef Mteklerf* pare and) r.M5.
by Khrwhrhev. Tbat article, parttmlartr OB fig. Hepiet K.doraanen .. P/M -ref. ., N1vod A/N irill *vMARLOWE
I ... .. IN Till COiiJINTY UN"I COURT I -* m mile hem It.".
I Its both bttog to the Ckretee where be Reek / *
may be the reason *, WNemeets J u.obp15 'Olt 101 111' .. y eMres4 -. per acre.

in winter eotUrrtloM of his speeches, are wt. leeg the party beea.Tbe it a my MttMtko k* spy t* kka COLT t"'N ".f. 'LO.OA Wanturr OM' INC 7 -a. C.....
Clerk Me Or 'UC nee Soup.t M *ewes H mile froM M4* -
somewhat Seth aajriverpary ef the e *** Cevrt M end
etui available oa a Par Cod..' County. Pler>de .. rageter JF 709 M (, Nerltl44rMobile IllS per .$.. Iota only

...,rertltloallJd.*. Hberetlce) of the Oknie from me ..-.. name ef Mer* M***** IN IIII'\ MINRV EtTATC BtfRKU* _70 'teaear :=: :.. ..:..= M acre wen t mile Irentlnfen .
the Hut U.e weetd .have Mineergarten vnder the a.nil preened) eeunty reed l .
The tide also U going out for ar J' .- ...... 1 .
Complete Service .d Ckoeier |etM. "... INN* Home mulesrsm mile
Khruahebev' roil to World WarD been *e oraM ear lavuhprie Ads a* IMIV NOTICE i RA/lp6LNATspgONNOTICE I AND BECK hem CIty .* O tdn Oat* ISIS

Dept. for of KJinuiacbeVs role ** *s. !*.* I IK dtrWfLAMEtTA FOR R AL9.RSA ..areIsnea
., ,1Seed t HERMVaivEN mat ; 22' ".... f"'I.'u". ,.- .
Refrigerationand Before he acfcieved power to todteed, am. lee .. S acoeartogafter J W't I he.e .<* _y 1w.Ie1v"-. atee eelre. Nabs I"... "-110* r...1 ......."' on m1N.

the Soar year after Staid died ttr.d*>.....'. ouster lg.nore4kie Pet I* h. Nov I. g. |$* tIN at11 Mty' a IjRRw n tee *eeteta. dat ef JAWltHI HWtI 4**p.117} ktl J-"" .,., I 5/o udw51 w.to is b.AI hws rsvedm.M these ..._...

Appliance KhnuKrbtv wu credited with ). NOTICE OP ktv. < ..< m y:"- MX dwrk f PA/ # 'l0.is 51015510111 W1111 If sail 50a
PUBLIC wEARINQI 1.5w1p505.1I lRi w'1;:
COAL WOViCI .n .-4er dia>*/ge end ...- ; St 1a iv appointment M enevCAPvliBIAR .
at 00 a.eMa 511001 i m n 511 at 5ntella
ciao Pit a .".. ItS-f.it. for RenN REALTY
e.a -
C'It'-r:: e R.eb..0 64y
Puc ke held byae rCw. ALO SIll: the. f BR t BetMkerne

INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE ne.ye COKncd e* Wedaaoder Me. ,,= /=:. J'.p' :.,Can.N, I T'.....,. s .... ..IS 'v .5w M'>** i** Ave, y REALTOR
|*r 4 |..4 .. M> A M at ,,Pal h"Of ..te/M LEn 05r01wad eddfj BB I*> P> O R.. I MlN
QJeekEFQIGERAT'ON BONITA ... elf y Men" m PHI kireet ..... I'Nreu. M end aM 5r lor .w Nee '1.1Iea.s. BUY hw.r d'etA Tr. err.
*ar ok. gmrpote ef kergw> ,,::. ': Ie of so, w ii M I key el $7.715*. I _64115rai .
Beairlrfwl waterfront home in Bonila Springs on 5uwo .. saeepbee a a. -... 11II'1 onNEN., tuects .. Ib7n"1) PAWN PAYMENT' PRO*. reM e* .eil7. II ..,.....
.-0..e le eye tonne Ordinpa*. 48-Apti. For Kent LAS1f !.* e* **4j4 abwg :, ....1 for I'..../. Meve M R at
SO ft. cartel |Lust Sovth of 'Imperial Rfver Sic feet e, MM Cd, ef t''r .1Nd e I, Qh dawn *?*** *r4H far eeyP 1 .mem > Tank I"4.
RedewMo 1. lii5ELL'RRUI
N I I ) I flM
] and.. e*> iew'** Oa, waea .MU>O -e.etrr or eic4r<**l ...I **onf Ml I 10/I
AJD APPLIANCE of wafer at low tide), 1.000 feet Irving ipace, *. Tar i *>*m f M..*..id..* ;...rArra I Mow ii. i. MOV EL. : wit W 115 de award the
< at .
'k It I _
OMOriDNiA so. A I" 1654 lMM 10$. er JMI HIM '551 at y.w Mw _.. 61-liuom Property
1100 ft. wnddn roof 1 old $15,900 pees _
SERVICE "f. year ****'"* TURNER M.F.' '?' wed. _".' wttrr WILLIAM e ITONf INC """
I ATTET i R. teein .. .. ,> ...l 1M1.JI t* fenO *t He 641552)1 Tundryeier..
(FIJI etKii "V,"4 fOil J furnished or $14,900 wnfwrnHKed.rmertcpng |- Lekxe. V See CeMreN L.ssted '
Four I kedreem __
2324 DAVIS BLV can be arranged CKy 0.00000)114 Ctor .>/* SINEW ? UiD1tVEfl ftrP 4.1nu.. May iendpd let*.entare 1 ApertmMARLOWE .
ir.e '.0. ,. ,,' \_, lun *hd I MnfwrnnAed. E.e .
J Ml. a- 73 17 Mf PA'.O' I o. Aft a' P. S'-".'" .f' 0_ IKENU r171XRINC .. ... ,oo.- '. .. .... <, ..*n< bat M.. retired perteo AND BECK
._ .... Ian .s 6 ...' n 10 I 1105 ,a ene and. rest uwe
i r 13471 P : SOa 5eOM'A .,.11 M.s; CALL THE WEWf FOR TOUR ..., '" 0# .... .... MI it' M* Cert Anderen Ml Rf ALTORI
lfRTN MCK7N of' J'ti i" rlr1 ; (4 v wane Palm 411 Pi*>N A viM7631 to
RUBBER 9TANDI! ( ,nn A M. ulet V2aEs. t.MOX ISttl

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12 COUIW COUNTY NEWS N.)>l.., H.. SUM!** O.fobr 28. I.M




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$319 100 4*


r t
Swift's Premium Breakfast

: D Link Sausage . . . . ft: 35'

UeW Swift's Premium Stick StyleD

CHUTE testing THE WORKS on the grounds-Norma of Burbridee the Fnez does Instrument a little parachute Divi Braunschweiger . . . . r K.: 39'

lion of the Bendix Corp., Towson Md. The payload Is an r
upper-altitude weather recording instrument. Hundreds of Swift's Premium Cooked
these gadgets daily send vital weather information to radio
tracking stations.They're dropped from planes and' descendby a Sliced Ham . . . . %:;: 59''Pepp.red
parachute. <' I ( or Hot-Ham)

I New Jobs OutstrippingU.S.



NEW YORK (AP)- -* Jobs and the rate of Joblessness In
have been Incretslnc much the labor tore Is based on a Detergenf
factor than govern statistic monthly survey of 35,000 hous*. Biscuits Ma'naise
might 1DdI_. And oar hold by the Department of
trtry to tile widely Mid clew Labor. The labor fore thus
that Jobs 4Utpprtnf, the estimated la a projection of the
U.S. oonotnjr hat been urn of those with Job and those 'iant 59c
producing W*w OMS at a rate who say they want Job.It Tart. pint
that outstrip the fain In tile .* widely from month to month reg. 5c 19c pkg.
working aft population.This as people decide: they do or cons Jar
to the don't want work.
challenge govern
menu statistic on the percent. The bank economist hold that
age of the labor loves that cant other data collected by the de.
find work is made by the econo. partment Is more accurate anda
mitts of the Federal Reserve much better Indicator of
Bank of St. Louis,Mo. short-run employment develop
The official: unemployment melts. This is the payroll em.
rat baa held stubbornly abor B ployment reported each month X -___-
per cent, except for one month, by employer.
for several years This has been Using tilt actual payrolls,the Wltlie House
dubbed one of the most serious economist find that employ e dairy special 0 Delicious PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE
shortcomings of In otherwise went has been rising faster and
e largely prosperous economy. higher than the other. -or total Apple Juice & 25C MON., TUES., WED.,
? '
.,l The bank contends job-produdns that :theeconomy's ; And.mploym.ntclata In relation to tile population Indicates. lord... Tasty OCT. 26, 27, 28, t964Hsalt's
achievement baa been down. growth in the working age*,tile ,
traded because the basis Increase in Job ha* been DellgMApri't
of comparison is wed.wrong marked. Chef Boy-er-Deo With Meat Bolls **"
The government estimate of 80 far this year payroll em. j 3pkgt.- 25c Hector2 37 SPAGHETTIF
employment, unemployment, ployment bas Increased at an and
annual rate of about 3.1 percent
The 20 to M age croup has .
r been increasing at a 1.2 per cent FfrP Flavorful 27
clip, and the 18 to 64 croup at S frozen foods cons
FOR RENT 1.4 per cent Fruit Cocktail : ; 19C
Both the the payroll total employmentand employmentdata Minute Meld Ore.e Chef loy-at-D RAVIOLI** With Bf'

Beautiful 2 Bedroom of the Labor Department CONCENTRATE12o
fink Lotion DtrgntPennySaver .
have shows good calm since
2 Bath, Completely I
Furnished early the economy in 1981. started upward *. 49c 3" $1. can 29c
But the bank point out that eon
HOUSE tile commonly used total era. Lyks Dellclou.STRAWBERRIES .
has risen dur. Plctsweet Sliced
ployment figure
on jog S'/i year at an annual rate The Foaming Cleanser CHILI (with beans)
of 1.7 per cent.
This has kept the unemploy. Cleanser reg. llr #300
Naples Bay meat fore disturbingly percentage high.of the labor 2 pki.z: 49C Aiax size can 19

The payroll employment data,
Hiking and Boat however, shows a 2.9 per cent Moore
Dock annual gain. And since the drat BEEF STEW
of the year the Increase has h
averaged 3.1 per unto This
give the economy far better 24.0:.
Available for the
Season Nov. 1 Itt. automation mark for,creating end obsoiesence Jobs despite, NESCAFE FLAVORFUL down produce lane can

and the school dropout prob
Write Box 1 1737-A5 torn. INSTANT-BREWED
Collier News wpiifmJfft
Green Stamps]

ANNOUNCEMENTWe 5-oi. |I.r $1.15
wish to make public announcement that 6-ox. 79c
Mr. Carson Smith tar QOMP.O.PMMJ.Q.MCWHERE ?
la no longer connected with Cor win Heating _
and Electric Inc. Our number to call for 4 lb. 39C
service after hours ia MI 2-3538. bag

Corwin Heating & Electric! Inc. SHOPPING
*" tad Avenue North
MI J.aua Ml Mitt ISA
tttldtnre of fire
-- -' --'- --
100 .I''f.Tr.Am 0 IOO e:,. TaA' b 00

REAL ESTATE IN NAPLES J" .. Stamp J7// Green Stamps i ig

Residences I I ...w Ieew r....-.. I .......says r.r...... ;
la Motel
ct. ,k,. $1.59 3-lb. / MIA/IK T j
celt $1.19
.. .
". rw. ed. 1. I. .- -
r Co-operative apartments MB .. S 8
r Beach front property


I ""CHO+cE ; I J" .33'o I ..Ay ww.stamps........ea ; I Jl Green.I..e..+r..s I '


'' ... .rag. ... Mon. Thurs.
%g + ,SfiiTa t, 1 I IK. NN M M 1Ne r't b r newOiQOOjOOOOOQQjQO 8:30.6:30

-_.... Friday

FOIL" REN1 assorted pompeianolive cairo beauty RESERVE wi 8:30.9:00 Saturday

W. ROY SMITH, Realtor cat oil1C kosher dills THI RIGHT 8:30.7:00

717 Firth A**... Nett MI: TO LIMITQUAHTmlS
2 33'
Mat *x* 0u .= 2V i ,

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12 COU.IEK COUNTY NEWS, N.plw' Fl.., Sund y, October 25. I'"

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I New Jobs OutstrippingU.S.



NEW YORK (AP) Jobs and the rate of Joblessness in
have been Increasing much the labor force It based on a Detergent
faster thin rovtnuptnt stalls monthly survey of 35,000 house Biscuits Ma'naise
tics might IndlcaU. And coo. holds by the Department of
trary to the widely held dew Labor The labor force thus
that )>bIll" .laapptarinf, the estimated la a projection of the
U3. oonofrny has been sum of those with Jobs and those giant
producing rfitw ones at a rate who say they want Jobs.It Tart.ta pint 59ccans
19c pkg'
that outstrips the rain /in the widely from month to month reg 5c
working act population. u people decide they do or for
This challenge to the govern don't want work.
mend statistics on the percent. The bank economists hold that LIMIT 1 PHASE WITH THE
age of the labor fore that can't other data collected by the de.
find work Is mad by the econamIMe partment mort accurate and
of the federal Reserve a much better Indicator of
Bank ot St. Louis, Mo. short.run employment develop
The official unemployment: mtnta. This 1* the payroll am.
rate has haul stubbornly abort 9 ployment reported each month Ir
per cent, except for CM month, by tmploytrt.
tor several years This has been Using the actual payrolls,the House
dubbed ont of tot most aertouahortcomlng tconomlata find that employ o dnirjg speciuis a Wblte D.lkloUI PRICES ARE EFFECTIVEBorden's
meat baa been faster and
of an otherwise rising
,--J, ..s largely prosperous economy. higher than the other-or total Apple Juice t 25CHeart's MON., TUES., WED.,
,; ,. teonomy's The bank contends)ot>proiclngchltvtrotnt that the And employment In relation-data to the population Indicates Tasty OCT. 26, 27, 28, 1964
baa Urn down growth In the working age<,the
graded because tilt wrong baaitof Increase In Jobs hu beta Delight

The comparison government.used.estimate of marked.So far thlt year payroll em. 2 3ox.frozen. 25' A prl'1 N ester :. 37eFfrP Chef Boyer SPAGHETTI.Dee With Meat delis -

employment, unemployment, ployment hat Increased at an pkgs cans
annual rate of about 3.1 par
cent. The 20 to M age group has 16-ox. c
been Increasing at a 1.2 per cent Flavorful 27
clip, and the IS to 64 group at foods consChef
1.4 per cent. Fruit Cocktail 303 19*
Both the total employmentand cons Boyor-Dee With I Beef
the payroll employmentdata RAVIOLI\
Beautiful 2 Bedroom of the Labor Department
fink Lotion Detergent .
hart shown goods gains since
2 Bath
Completely 16x..
the economy started upward
Furnished early in 1961. 12OT.con 49c Penny-Saver $1. con 29tliclous
But the bank point out that ss
HOUSE the commonly used total em. Lyktt D.llclou.STRAWBERRIES .
ployment figure hat risen dur. ." Sliced
on Ing SVi year at an annual rate The Foaming CHILI (with beans)
of 1.7 per cent
This has kept the unemploy. Cleanser reg. 10C #300
Naples Bay meat force disturbingly percentage high.of the labor 2 10-02.:.. 49c Ajax size can 19Moor

The payroll employment data,
fishing and Boat however, shows a I.' per cent Dinty Moore
annual gain. And since the first
of the year the increase has
averaged 3.1 per cent. This
give the economy far better 24-os.
Available for the
marks for creating Jobs despite NESCAFE FLAVORFUL elotfii Ions can 49
Season Nov. lit. automation ends obsoleatnct, produce
and the school
dropout prob.
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Having Rough '0% AMERICA'S VOTING RECORD Must Increase

School Spending Q1bt Ntur

Time On This ElectionBy D -Thomas BaileyMIAMI

RELMAK: MOWN of some other years. (AP) State School SECTION B N."!M, Hi., SwNiay Oetebw- 21 I'M
A.P.Special CorrespondentNEW The pollsters dM not bit the Supt. Thomas Bailey Pays that
YORK (AP) Public. nail on the bead In the OOP Florida must boost Its public Florida must put a..,.al..*.mil. children more and greater op.
opinion pollsters have had a presidential primaries In New e iti'+aM school spendinf by at least tsa lion into schools tfcreua grade portunttles rewires an addition.
rough time In this presidential Hampshire, Oregon and Callfor.nit. million to over half a NUton 11. al Invellme..,"... said In a talk
election year, trying to divine 55% ck'aksa p.pddla ?'r:; dollara met J to stay even with ThU doeen't include anything to a political audience.
the Intentions of that sklttery They did not detect the tide of st r.rl.g.pe /fi1-j:;' ';\\ the dome** in the next two for Junior colleges, or for improving There are other Important
critter, the Am.riCIJI'Oter.. writ-in votes that gave the New years.In Instruction in the public needs, such U new spending for
Nor Is this the first time he Hampshire election to Ambas. a look at public school schools he said. textbooks, teacher pay raises,
hu confounded them, notably In odor Henry Cabot Lodge. In needs tor the btemlum Martini "Getting ahead, doing more in and more guidance personnel,
I 1936, In 1948 and to a lesser Oregon, polls showed Lodge next July 1, Bailey said that the way of education giving our which he didn't count.
degree la 1952. leading, whereas New York's
; So some questions arise.Is Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller won,,
President Johnson In fact In California Rockefeller led in
as far ahead of Arizona Sen. the polls, but Goldwater woo lathe 4591 Se BEST BUYS are FOUNDToday
Barry Coldwater u the polls ballot box.
Indicate at this stilt In both Oregon and California,
Generally the figures give pollsters did get close to the
Johnson around (0 per cent of beam In the lib-hour reporting. j At Wesley G. Downing, Inc.

the vote. Some polls run higher They spoke of shifts toward 40% _
than that, and some show a Rockefeller In Oregon and to 1920 1924 192S 1912 1936 I 1940 1944 194 I9J2 19M 1960 SURFSIDE CO.OP APARTMENT
slightly; lower figure. On Oct. 18 ward Goldwater In California.The .
George Gallup, director of the recent national elections PEOPLE AT THE POLLS-Although the right to vote Is guaranteed by the Constitution, $13,000-
American Institute of Public In Britain also confounded the the record of 40 years of presidential elections shows that many voters have never
Opinion, give Johnson M percent pollsters The Labor party won bothered to get to the polls About 64 per cent of the voting largest percentage Completely furnished one bedroom .
and described this as an by 0.7 per cent.On In the 40-year period-cast its vote in 1960. fUbllc-the 1920, when apt. Air-conditioned and heated. OwnerIn
"unprecedented lead." election day, Oct. 15, three about 44 per cent of the electorate voted in the Harding-Cox elections. A campaign to Calif. Priced for Quick sale.
Are some factors deep seated major polls published their finalsurveys. get as many voters to the polls as possible in November is now underway
and difficult to measure, operating .
for Goldwater? The National Opinion Poll .. Look Here For The Best Agents for
On Oct. 12 pollster Louis Har. picked Labor by 3 per cent The log the Conservatives winning CalendarMonday
rls said the GOP candidate "has Gallup poll saw Labor winning by 0.8 per cent. Recreation
cut President Johnson's lead." by 3.5 per cent. And the news But these reverse-Engllsh .. PORT AU.VILLA
results In both the United 4:00 p.m. Tennis, Interme.llOO
Harris put It at 58 per cent to 54 paper Dally Express published ,
for Goldwater with eight per results of Its own survey show. States and Britain this year, are p.m. Senior Citizens dlate age 10 and over Gambler Club In The
cent undecided.On minor slips compared to the meeting Woman's Club. Park. Cooperative MooringsCHOICE
: Oct. 14 a newspaper trade shockers of 1839 and 1948. 2:00 p.m. Senior Citlsens 1:30 p.m. Tennis, beflnnei t
, magazine The American Press, In 19S8 the magazine Literary shuffleboard Gambler Park adult. Gambler Park. APARTMENTS NOW BEING SELECTED
I said Its poll of weekly and small Digest sent out cards asking the 4100) p.m. Tennis, beginner
dally publishers preference ot more than I mil age 10 and over Gambler Park. Thursday
newspaper 4:00 p.m. Tennis, advance I WESLEY G.
showed that the publishers be. lion persons. On the basis of Tuesday age 10 and over Gambler Park,, Wesley 0. Downing
lie, replies, the magazine concludedthat
Goldwater will win major
ty support from voters in their 4rljx Cor. Alfred M. Landon 9:30 a.m. Tennis, adult wo. 4:00 p.m..Cheerleadfngclassmen Realtors
circulation areas. The magazine would defeat franklin D. Rooee- Gambler Park. Community Center building. .I DOWNING JL Earl L fry.
1 tOO Senior Cltltons 7:30 p.m. Jaycee meeting
said the poll -taken mostly In welt Instead, there was a
Roosevelt landslide. bowling Brookslde Bowl. Community renter building Imo
rural areas gave Goldwater ASSOCIATES:
S9.9 per cent to Johnson's 40.1 In 1948 New York's Got. Wednesday Friday
per cent. Wallace J. Olds, man. ., Thomas E. Dewey appeared to 1 tOO p.m. Senior Citizens 1:30 a.m. Tennis, adult In. 706 5th Ave So. MI 2-2179 Rufus B. Burnham
aging editor of the magazine, be tuning so far ahead of President shuffleboard Gambler Park. termedlate Cambler Park. Jack Love; Jr.
said 10,000 cards had been sent t Truman that some poll 4 tOO p.m. Girl Scouts Com. llOO p.m. Senior Cltlcensmunlty
to subscribing publishers and sters stopped surveying long bee Center building bowling Brookslde Bowl.
replies received from all states / fore election day. The three major .
Utah, Alaska and Haw. polls gar Dewey 49.S, 50.1
kept all.How j and 52.8. They rated Truman at ,... ...----
many voters are still 1a 4J.O, 44.8 and 37.8 per cent.
undecided refuse to state a Truman won with almost B(
preference or may switch between per cent of the total popular reiwtemm
now and election day? vote.However HOW BIG
On Oct. 22 Goldwater's cam. In the spectacular,
palpi director, Denlson Kitchel down.to4he.wl neo race be.
said Republicans are receiving tween the late John F. Kennedyand
very encouraging reports" Vice President Richard M. DO YOU
about switching. Nixon, the polls predicted the
Gallup In an Interview with i winner, said It would be a tight sue rnwrufr.
U.s. News a World Report, said w contest, and came close to hit. .
r rrrmurrrr
In the magazine's Oct. 9 Issue i r ting the percentage points that WANT IT ?
he Nrtleved "about 80 per cent"of < finally went Into their respee. 1 1 "w
the voters have made up tlve columns. sr
titer minds. A U D I T 0 R_Marie Loutse. A poll 1* not a mlcroroetrte ever exec
Pollsters generally emphasize Monntt, 62. is be first w'm'n precision Instrument. And human .
that their findings are "as of auditor named te the Rornse behavior Is difficult to pre
today" and that positions may diet It." as elusive as QUIck. wr
change by election day. Catholic Ccuminlcil, Jean, Is a leader COUIIII.HIII"tlll' ot liver. The RIVIERA; I Iv. IonUea .nor aroc ran
There Is the record ii .is On Nov. 4 you'll know U the by te + I.e. a
year and the stunning results .tIl1 European Unity movement polls were right this year. ,

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., _: I ,... _- ', M simple u buying salon"cream cone' yoU f tell us fcow big you wtbt r .,
your Riviera! and we build' it to those specifications. Here is w remarkable a

: So What's New? home, designed to expand to fit your needa, and with more well.planned,

usable apace than you ever dreamed of. The four bedroom, three bath
With The PGA Golf Tournament, The Oncoming Swamp Buggy Fiesta And Riviera ia the finest large family home in Florida, room for everyone in FOUR -

The Return Of Old Friends For The Winter, The Town Is Burring It Looks perfectly arranged and easily maintained order. Large family room, I -. --- --__

As If We Won't Have To Put That Horse In Th. Bathtub To Have An AnswerTo separate master bedroom suite with private bath, central core kitchen

The Question: "What's New? Not The Least Among Th. New that serves the dining area, family room or patio with equal ease and a 1 cwt rwrrrrr I

Things In Gala! Growing Naples Are The Fine Homes, Homesites And Apartments fully finished and plastered two-car garage. If your family Is not so large, I

Listed By AD MILLER ASSOCIATES, The Real Estate Firm With A perhaps the three bedroom, two bath model will suit you better. Of course,

Difference the same features and the same high quality. Or If yours Is a small family wr'wrrearmt

the two bedroom, two bath design ia perfect for those who want more rr.rmr.errrrt.rrr
on Crayten
By any
room for entertaining or relaxing. Still the same outstanding features and
this new CBS home la I
a beauty It has three bedrooma. tee tile bathe, large
living/ room, separate dining room well equipped kitchen with ,built-in elrctrlc ale,., the same choice of four distinctive exterior designs It's entirely up to I h e,,,, sow

ununually apacicua porch end central .heating and air conditioning Aa a special you, how big do you want it, the Riviera la youra in all sizes. Of course, you w..rr w.yr.rsow tC
goodie, there lu a 16' t 40' awlmmlng pool Th* |3 ,000 purchaae price com.priaea can choose from other two, three and four bedroom Rutenberg Homes wr.r rrwmew

all drapes and carpeting. priced from 111,990 to $17,900, built on your lot anyplace in this area.

C A JEWEL OF AN APARTMENT la the one for isle. at the Keno Kal on Craytmi If you are looking for a lot Rutenberg ra. N's wre,. 1 rat

Road Ito furninhinga are decorator items, coming approximately $19,000, and can help you find exactly the rightone wrwr of
.ma., of them can't be duplicated Containing Iwe b.drocWI; two bathe, the J for you, just part of our service. L.J
apartment ia located on the second floor south and afforda an enchanting view j
of the Gulf It Drive out and see the RuUnberg
centrally heated and air conditioned Except for a few
of the '''lIe,'. peraoaal hems, everything la Included In the reallatic purchase price +_ I model homes, open dally for

e SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT In centrally Wiled! Larchmont on Hlitk Street ,'' your inspiration until 9 from THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATHS
South Newly decorated and partly furnlnhed It offers bedroom r M 9 a.m. pro.,
n living room, "" ....
-w. i -+
'yht.t weekends until --- -i -----
completely equipped electric kitchen and rrrcened porch Among its ftaturee f t
are central .heating and air conditioning TV cable, drapea and. wall-to-wall carpeting r .. 6 p.m.
Mortgage payments are 147.78 per month, and monthly maintenance charge. .Ie
$2 .00. Priced at only II2.SM. and owner will rent for ".I" for aeaeon. 1I rw
r 4

SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATES 1 [ wrnr.rem 1 rrrerr.rew wen

In excellent condition I'nder Hi newly built-up 'roof yes will a.bo find a male hoer tin
living room with dining area electric kitchen, two tile battia and a Florida room SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL MODEL HOMES TODAY IToam wrnr veire"I ,cemr
There Ie a wockahop. for the de-lt-yourectfer. dome furniture U Included rrwr.et.r
North from Naples U.s. Route 41. At 1220 Mandarin f07
{In the purchase price of 814,601. with buyer te arrange hie own financing. on E //I
Road Coquina Sands Subdivision. Watch for Rutenberf
S GREAT FOR THE FAMILY U the exceptionally eparfooa home M JactoonAvenue Homes signs from highway. rr.
South I I. Eaat Naplee Ccmpletely tarnished the 11.... of CBS and arc ear wear wt'1
wood construction has muck te offer There are too genereuely proportioned wrrrr J (
bedrooms a large living room, dining seem, ocreened-ia patio and front perch and
a three car carport Ae addd attraction .la a IS' a It fenced-in awlmming pool rk.rYOUR
Can be yeura for I1MIJ, which. Inclodea a mortgage of approximately M.,1M.

e LOTS TO TALK ABOL'Ti Prodigious, Pert Reyel property ca Admiralty Parade, CHOICE Of 4
TWO BATHSPollsters
Eart, with water .. two aides and a ........'.1 view of the ..,. Thle. aplendid cite, EXTERIOR STYUNGf TWO BEDROOMS
offer the perfect place for a prestige ...... .*..... 1ST s IM of lovely lot
en the norlkeant. corner ., Flral Street, Soutk and Third Avenue, a "block" from
the "beach. "*.5"; te,... Waterfrcnt .....It. on Merlin Drive near Sandpiper
Street Royal Her_. \Vf s 13$' for ...... ,.... er. kf\ you prefer, good ..r.. M Aa er A..r a.r..6.ra d eel!Gruru.e L..w rep'LM a lac /
Waterfront residential iN. Tl' s US', on Oak Avenue In Vanderbilt. Reach II.2M; e
favorable terma Single family lot U.... .... riD buy II And we have lets more !. talk about all around the tew..

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fee tajKM., He eluded 0IptW. and a piece et old metal awn.
Finns Live Four Months In Shack On Bayou wttk fee Mm raMeUtte speed Ing. If lie weather wu bad, TheBride Cooks Delicious SteakBy
wed by the pair to flea poUce they took eheKer In a recant
HOWTON, Te*. (AP) cowboy bat wits a tiger tail The adult worM otoeed InTlmredey ever atooe tttey ran away from bOaae.
-M.. of toe Urn we boucbt tucked In the band, was tilling ; on the modem dog home Jim li The bogs ran away from the CCCILV BROWNSTONE
I loa... of breed and bologna to.at. Juvenile officers bow ht and M* Huckleberry Finn Andrew was Andrew add they art tillbr.ad home of their father,Bobby An. AMectoted Free Food Idling
Wt were never el*." 14.year.old brother, Bobby; An. collard by a man who suapeeb and bologna by ocilecHnfdlaearded : drill, and ateprnother, Amelia,
Andrew Andrade, U, a tousle trade Jr., lived for four monthl ed be might be rubataklnc ton drink botflea and who reported then missing the KITCHENETTE COOKS c.n
haired boy wiring a black In t lean-to on Whit Oak bayou. their future IdYentlirt.I telling them. day they departed. provide the beat ste ks ever
__ _________ Boooy icapea ana apparent. At D\rftt, they dept to the Andrew said they left because No I broiler needed. All thol'
I 21 COLLin COUNTY NEWS, N.pl, Fl.. Sunday, October 21 ItM'ly hid In the underbrush atone laaMo made of brash, ear seats their stepmother whipped theO OY( neceaaery by way of equipment
ii a heavy skillet tt
This way of cooking teak In u
trying pan win popular an"noUfaahioned ,
cook. Then the
method fell into disrepute, because
die aleak wasusualh done
lo death and touah Now knowing
'\\\4. nooks art frying steak no 'it is
both crleply brown and tender '
.E Want to try I food modern
\'' Provide yowielf with couple bill'V
of club steaks cut 12 to 3 4
Inch thick. Peel and lice thin aediumsized
m onion; separate
into rlnf.. Drim 3-ouncs can of
QUALIFIEDSidewalk sliced! broiled mushroome. Just
before you rte ready lOeery..heats
tablespoon or to of butter in.
medium-sired heavy skillet Add
the onions and drained mushrooms
cook gently stirring occasionally :
until the onions area
Foremen mouth-watering (olden color
and their flavor has combined
with that of the mushrooms. Add
salt and freshly around pepper lotaste.
Remove the onions and PAN-FRIED STEAKS with mushrooms and onions -
mushrooms from the skillet and convenient for I cook with a big range or a bride with
keep in a warm place. lesser equipment.
I Wipe out the skillet with a
I ( piper towel and reheat the pan enough to auil your taste reduce and freshly ground pepper add
I I I muat be burning hot to keep the the heat and continue cooking he oniona and mushrooms and
meet from aticklng. Now add the Sprinkle the sink with lilt serve at once lo two lucky eaten
{ O Brown rapidly on one '
aide; turn and brown on the

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La Tour
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project but a true cooperative club. air conditioning end heating system.To .

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ment. clothes hanging space Is more than generous

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landscaped. choose your choice location to continue watch- ,'r
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La Tour Rlvago apartments have all General Electric be We definitely Invite your Inquiries. -

kitchens Including frost-freo refrigerator, the new r I.
Americana range and oven, dishwasher and disposal!

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Model Saturday, Oct. 31 Turkey Shoe Buggy OroMnthJUodi .

Open Frank J. Rooney 7:00: AM-IOO PM Pared SlamCatenaries
l.-OO PM
f General Contractor Da Ov Hotel
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regular noothly leader'a Pdltng Carol Kor".hau. and be h.ldI Saturuay afternoon, BARBS COLLItK COUNIT NfeW, N.pl.. Fit ,, Sunday, Oltatetr 21, I I1"* 31\
lDeettIII win to hold at 7)30on Jelsde VUaon were upper to M OoJotxr aith, It tko Smut Houaodwata _-.' -
Moaday evoaUc at the trout patrol leaders and Cathy DUM will be girls of Junior
Rouse la Caattoor Park Mans JII Sell Notes will cart a* Troop Tr t,urar. sad Senior Hlfh School o.o who K\ fIAL COCHRAN
for art Sow participation in Other members of the now troop are interested In the advaneodaout I all the country \ re buying the beat kind Little, girls are people
tile bump Buoy Parade will be Includat Tommy LudDow CathjrXoaly proframa Troop 1M good Despite roads it a hard to find of happiness with money paid who grow up to cwnrxnifi/'
dlaxaiaeed Corer bean ss win 4 Kathy iceberg, DIbble kM also undertaken the project one that tads all the way to with they went little 'in' 'Ir I
include repasts of ouUot4own BY MSS DONALD M.9CHLCRF Oatoa, Debate Moafrovo, July at decorating the Girl Scout float whrre you're going for vacation .
Corral Md Oliver, Diana Melts, Mauroa (are the Swamp Buoy Parote. ,
Wolfhborhood meet. F eti are transmitted i In *ir'
tap wtaloh haw occurred during Woodaon, Betsy Sohlvrf, Sandra .. ..., -
from.athert.IIU. ni
tiw ..... Mr.. B.W. Timber. Bonn, Anita Horn, Judy DarNII 4 lot of mud trill I be
lake efcalraaa, will prwM xa and Norma Joan Morton A t'n.aee girl needs only like a pretaped televUl showwtn
.. thrown' bftuxen now and .
IRS held its first meeting on Woodffl rt.Morcd IT |lri ho .'tth
leaden are urged to attend. 2400 to i ((100 calories a day; a aatellltO coma
Wettneeday aftcnoon at the Rt trol latter* were dwM InContar. rltttwn and thaa who bet to a doctor for delivering a
I'MUOII Leaders Mra. "bUnd ...'. ta0" aaMon and I CaMto Troop 124 baa seat. teenage boys need 9,100 to correctly will clean up new baby rings of a monitor! if i"W.i
wue4- ......... imtnr 'I'rnm Wens "..,... ..a Mr lilt,,,,,,, !Ave ........_ ateM.ral. Ins" out Invitation to a oartv to 3,600 calories daily .
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mQJ the first fI'r) a living room b h., -n with bed with lavatory There art two complete
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'atha rl.II; I n (t. t a HHI '" '" ,1 I 111101 l riw.atppNiweiu4-1' >' price of 'IIOO.IIII: i
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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.....,, R., Sundry, Octob.r IS. 19(,I trip emcee America, or the well. Dirt Cups, the Premiere, ttt* "What Young People Think" e

.establish td)! Caravan l of Start "Reflections, the MB Chart and !

which, l under the Inspiration of tile Crystal

Steady Rock V Roll Diet Dick Clark, spent the summer Soloists were Bobby rmman, Too Young to Run for Office?

I working over the hinterlands u Mike Clifford, George McCannonm. pigtails

well as the big cities Round Robin, Brian Hyland,
Served in Package Shows The two busloads of *n- Major/ Lance and Gene PltlleInd ,- Boys and Girls Disagree toJ

tcrtalner, who are emceed! by of court. Fabian

Gilbert Youth Service ing series of package shows Fabian, offered! all types of "TIID.lrl tike a faat-paced by Eugene Gilbert ponytails

Managers of rock 'n' roll which criss-croa the country on music to their audiences swingIng program, and w* give it to them,'Prftlldmt,Gtlbert Youth Research Cc

stare hue found a way to please one-night stands raucous moaning and Mid a number of the Caravan Remember those Massachusetts 5jUEEN CHOOSING A HAIR STYLE
al' of the ten-acra all of the The musical Ml) of far might moody. ntourat "If they have a THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU

time, while almuUanoualv keep. be the top British female rock The balance between singing special yen for one singer, fin*. young people who recent!) Barbie says "nix" to elaborate

inj the atngera' Images polishedto and roll artist Dusty Springfield groups and soloists was erectly But with all these acts w* can tried to run for public office-// \ and complicated coiffures. She
They never were able to gel ; \i12ED\ hairdo that Is, first of
\ 'I) prefer a
a high lustre.They've who teamed up with the 60-50. On the program were the reach every fan.. Avoid
their names on the ballot-but all. neat and easy to keep.
worked out a continUo Searchers on a quick two-week Kasuals the Jelly ueans: the styles that droop all over your
1 did lot of excitement o
they stir a
The TenDO PUBLIC face or go flat at the ant touch
.", Top for a few week FpR of a raIndrop.
< Using that Incident a* our cue OFFICE 1 Sweet, simple and styled forth
of face are Barbie
shape your
Mann w* asked 1238 boys and girl
'a rules I for selecting the
r OH, PRETTY WOMAN, whether they thought teenagers light hairdo for you
Orblten should be allowed to compel In Start out by outlining your
'[ 'ff( WE'LL SING IN THE SUN. elections even though they themselves reflection In a minor with, lipstick .
W and don'
SHINE, Gorn.ttDANCING (Lightly, please t
can't vote Forty-nine percent forget to clean the mirror when
said yes, 47 per cent no. you'v* finished) Now study the
STREET Martha & Vonddlas
The others had no opinion either outline Do you have a heart.shaped
LAST KISS, Wilson & facet If so, your hair
Cavaliers way But here Is the big look prettiest brushed back off
REMEMBER (Walking In surprise! Only 12 per cent of the your forehead, falling Into a
the Sand), Shangri-La boys thought teenagers should soft fluff below your ears where
WHEN GROW UP your face narrows
Chevrolet'sV be permitted to run for office,
A MAN, Beach BOM If you have a round face you
while a whopping 84 per cent of need a style that will lengthenand
1965's Jeremy A SUMMER SONG, Chad & the girl were In favor of It. narrow your face.Keep your
aide t
part slanted or on the
BABY, I NEED YOUR The general feeling of the (never In the center) with soft
LOVING. Four Toot young males was typified! by the off-center bang to add height
BABY LOVE, Th. So.prtni rl Keep your hair short with the
comment of 20-year-old RichardE
fullness at the top.
Cohn, of Portland, Ore. If your face Is square In shape
avoid styles that pull the hair
center parts or square straight
AND CHEVY 2'S bangs Keep waves large and

Al any moment the 0 M strike will end around the face
IT'S TIME' 01 v e a rectangular.shaped
face an oval look by adding
for a width to the forehead and fullness .
along the cheeks and brow-
LARGE SHIPMENTS EXPECTED IOWCOSTHome line Fluffy curls extendingover
the ear will do this
I Both height and width should
Improvement I b* added for a triangular face
Com In and look thorn over and drive thtm.Wo Try a slightly off-center part or'
Loan ( none at all, with a softly curled
will give you Top Deals on 65' In stock. side bang
You're a lucky lid Indeed. If
They are not rumur enough, also mentioned! adults, but in a you have an oval face because
We have several left. these ; though they may think so, andthey different you can wear almost any style
1964' Buy at r Mel C.H.I.C-K MWMtner I light. Said her "A teenager But always remember to keep
don't have the experience of can be Influenced and
pressured the style simple to show off
BIG SAVINGS! adults" greatly by parents, relatives that perfect<< shape

Allen Baker, 17, of Northfleld, friends, etc.-too much to

For your every banking need GO FIRST to HI., thought the young officeholders be trusted to hold public office." ,MOVING TO FLORIDA

might take advantage of And why did the girl favor
INGRAM First National Bank i' their aider "A teenager. In permitting teen-ager. to run for Be Bare to Ceatact

CHEVROLET INC. public office," h* said "usually office? 'TERMINALVAN
of Naples would have an hand
upper over '
"D.caUl', said tynett LINES
130 NINTH STRUT NORTH NAPLES PHONE MI 24105 people older and more *aperlenced. > '
Federal Deposit< Insurance CorpF.d.r Blerman, 18, of Oklahoma City,.
This should not be." I2S Sib SL So. St. Petersbwf
"Small for service 1 Reserve System "the age limit la not the idea.
enough personal Largo enough to serve you" Phone SltllZl .
A 17-year-old youthfrom If a teen Is smart enough, I sty .
i Honolulu, Derrick Uyeda, let him run." temple ).<.* b mad trees N.....

Pat Foley, 14, of Fall Church Chicago t* MM Ik*. .***)*..

Va, wn even more emphatic. Naples SUN 4 MO

She said! "Barring a person New Yerk to
from office because of his age Is Naples' 123." 4M.M
Baltiaterete "
exactly the lam a* barring one .
Maple. 11.... ,.....
because of his race or creel

'sea One should vote for a man because Lowe/ Rate and
-T ) ;
he is, In your opinion, Diet Service
/ the most capable of fulfilling the

-Beller-Bl/ office regardless of his age." I

There was a wide variance between Now Furnitureand I

what the teenager fel ,

about taking part In politics '
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campaigns-and what they wen m CUSTOM"Experience
v actually doing In that direction .

Seventy one per cent of then l lP1EIRl,. !

THE MOST thought teen-ager should tab < n ,

some part In election campaigns

But only 28 per cent of then

said they were doing anything. II I

the present campaign I
HOUSE Among the political jobs m--

selected Interesting by one the of boys Stephei was this I 1\\ II t II I i I

LaScala, 15, of the Bronx, N.Y. I I

"I will be sure my parents Make j

vote" Vaughn Sherwood, IT
The Difference"New I
VALUEThorough of lemoyne, Pa., said h* wools

__ 'try to influence voters, pas Fnraltar I

I .u out literature and take voters tc Custom Upholstery I
the poll on election day."
e h Draped.See !** !
And for a dtff.renc.oroplnlon our showroom and
experience, day to day working knowledgeof I
how's this? Carol Watkins, 16 our selectionof
construction conditions and prices plus comments of of Silver String, Md., said NEW FURNITURE I

customers and trade specialists point up the truth of will pray for Goldwater" Bit Ask Akoat Trade-Isis I

this statement We invite you to Judge for yourself, Schumann, 17, of Indianapolissaid

because value is a relative matter. In producing quality 1! : "I will pray Coldwater I t. MARTIN'SFurniture I

homes at a fair price, we have the advantage of substantial a not elected" & Upholstery

volume in purchasing, the benefit of our own The Panoramic Women first marched )In i '

radio-controlled crews with long service and interest presidential inaugural parade Ml tta-Av*. S...

control and 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS at the inauguration 01:
in quality work, our quiility system, a hard- .Woodrow Wilson. Ml 2-7257 ,;

earned reputation to protect Let our courteous, ex SCREENED PORCH SINGLE GAR 1GE '

perienced home specialists show you why Michigan Homes built on your :
Construction offers THE MOST HOUSE VALUE
lot from $12,995 1 $17,600 ON YOUR LOT Theref Nothing LIb It In NcpUj *. .


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V s'e'nwsmr Garden Apartments for Adult
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\ Mooring line Drive Coronedo at El Dorado 6200 McGregor arcs living AreaScreened 1644 sq. ft. iTO4PMild

The MOORINGS CAPE CORAL Fert Mprs Porch 400 sq ft. ;
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Activity For Children'They'll I I:1: :: inmaii.v I' a dried *'hiclimlcei \Hir, red 1 always appears above COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl... It* 5 ,"doy Hclobtr 2S, -M 5J|
it impon>il>lc to iliften( ilu green, or vice ver.
tthALIHr'.r ; date bctwc i cII'r. "'luclm 1 1,6erited t l by train through
t t''p', i ,11'' dl,.hnant,h|, ,I' ,thrr color MmdiMM ini Everyone Read The NEWS It Pays To Advertise
\ itnmei''' <'', ., nted i I churactfrntic Thee
Wake Up Th 111,..' canal ('''" ,''''' K, ere defective Mtion' af
Smiling'aT 1'OPICS 'term ""I"r "l11dr'r"!, ]' ,' : 'In" right per cent of
:, ;
r\ flCliltN ".rrgulhin t ) \ FLY + NAPLES
twttti a red,grttn pre fnt lion i I1h"' Dalton, English chin **sf&
midst here in Naples proud of metr accomplishment. Much tout hr done It' lirlp .t st,, I physicist. (founder of MIAMI
Acting Chairman, UNICEF The nationwide IMS UNICEF people :,, I, their' clicmi, '.
I" tit
After all dtp exclMRMnt when \ ill 1 "ut !cola ol UMIcinlI I.' f t\i e n 1 r a''nttc in \
.tort M citizen of 1 N" I 1." di Mnhcal I s.c..., .,d( the color 1"LI l ,', d cilor Mindnent ;
For M ; any Halloween resulted In over $I. they go to bed, and before fall- r,,,,,,,* M.jcal l AMndttlM, r. a' lanlrdiln'e I I, 'r', '''II11I%
Naples can remember on Hal- 000,000 for children tar ;111' ", ?h. I known' a' daltonmn
needy Ing asleep, they will think of New Year Round Daily Schedule
loween our boys and girls have around tha world. la a few days, the many boys and girls who DALTONISMJltn4ry
enjoyed) doming fanciful attires our own boys and girl will will have a Better chance !In Hnn ,, nal," 'tu'a I I' .11\ Unllhtl:' Naples To Miami "
and changing their uaually plea- again be among tome 34 million life because other children, ,?,ill I"",' ; "nlol. I+:lnd ,i'< "" CHECK and OOUBLI CHiCK 75 A.M.
"ar'oll' dearer "
11:30 :
< : A.M. 345PM.
cant, friendly mien Into the young Amertoanavogaged here In Naples, cared.In dllr" .,'l 1 \ u OttlCl
scary appearances of spooks, in this new, beneficent \ralon the morning they will wake deflur.' ", ?" tear'fI.a'' .': Miami To Naples
goblins and witches. of the old tradition in son\ 13, up smlilng. + rl.lllixlll:" 'I 'ef\\PC"I'Lt SUPPtIIf 900AM. .
: 4:15
Throughout the United States 000 communities from coast to null ul.tawr'.. <<+lora /.. Wr and IN..Ietl.n N NW a : P.M 500PM.
Ulan tjn. rlf.r Htlin1! cMi ... aA.c,
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other young trick or treat- coast, and In Alaska and Hawaii. wrN.r., ..rc"Un1 ichlnM,, a b a1r CennrrtloM" and Rotrritioni to it* point In the world
era followed the same tradition, To what use will this money m..Mn. .rl.ulil.n, e//l.. thtmttur.,

year after year,since time immemorial be put? To state It in simple>> ,ltctriel S,, of HI MNMH MUTUNts SA1ES, WFTXIKM NAPLES AIRLINESMIImt
Then Just 16 years direct terms, it will save child- \ ) RFxfALS FREE PROMPT Naples Airport Airport
ago a new element was Injectedinto ren's lives and Insure a bet- INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL I'r' i I 111'ER1 ->;Rfe|( .
MI J JIM Ml i 01
the custom which dated backto ter future for them in more :1,: 'h'", "! ,. \1)) tabs
the Druids and ancient Ro- than 100 countries. This will ': 4. .Q6. % r e S' Naples;: Fa City Ticket office )Nipln Travel Afrncy 4'OI'1lWt
1.4Proud 1.-__ ____ _-_
mans. be accomplished by the United
On October 31. 1960. for the Nations Children's Fund the ,"
first time a small group of largest organization entirely
Sunday school pupils in the suburb devoted to the welfare of children -
of a large American city With an annual budget
had the idea that they could do equivalent to only eight per cent ,
better than gather candy andap- of what Is being spent on armament -
pies for themselves. They every single day. UNICEF -
spontaneously decided that assists over 500 long-
while they were doing their range programs for needy
rounds, ringing doorbells and children and mothers in Asia
asking for "treats" they might Africa, Latin America and the
Just as well collect pennies Middle East. Through UN1-
nickels and dimes to help other CEF a single penny means

children less fortunate than five large cups of milk or the .i t + i .., ,J S.., S f4 t di
themselves in distant pans of vaccine to protect child from
the world. So they did, returning tuberculosis. Each government
with $ll lasmancolns.SNOWBALLED receiving this assistance addsan
average of over $2,50 In
money manpower or supplies
To say that this inspiration to every UNICEF dollar to car- il ili
snowballed Is an understatement. ry out this work. 0
It caught on like wildfire Locally the Trick or Treat
across all 50 states and for UNICEF program to be observed i,
eventually wound up right In our on Friday night Octo-

.. ber 30, Is sponsored by the J.
t. United Church Women and participated -
In by the Sunday schoolchildren
of the following churches
: Emmanuel Lutheran
Church of God, First Baptist
First Christian First Methodist M 1
First and fF
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Trlniry-by-the'Cove Episcopal '
Under their auspices, the ? eI4i.
young participants will be pro-
perly Identified by their collection -
ca eons t bait-p Ira milk containers -

bearing an orange and '
black label with the UNICEF {
symbol of a mother and child.
They will do their rounds In
orderly fashion.In samll groups!
\ The Colosseum the ear. escorted by a responsible adult t a r, a
liest great amphitheatre in or teenager.
Rome was named after the ,
colossal statue of Nero which EACH PENNY WORKS ;: ::- -
stood close to It. Its overall Mrs. Robert Coe, local treasurer -
dimensions were 620 feet by of Trick or Treat said
1 I
S13 feet. The arena was 287 that every stack of 50 pennies }
feet by 180 feet and the seat.
collected will mean that our
ing fapacitris WtMtated"SVabout
fellow citizens have contributedthe
50,000:'>vi"? < ?O
DDT to protect seven child
C I cyelon.dl Irltwmlt' ren from malaria for a whole

year. Every dime will mean
the penicillin to cure four children e y'' t d dQ
: UTS8r of yaws, a crippling tropi- K tV ,t

cal disease. Three nickels will ? l ) $ .
represent a month's supply of oY .a C
rA { vitamin capsules for a new mo- Pl ItY
ther or a child. A quarter will
l" mean the antibiotics to save two
8r Vivian OjDid children from the blindness of
trachoma.Our .

you know that after own children will be v a la
full growth has beena.ttain. (1M4
ed you start shrinking In THAT EXTRA SOMETHING fi .4 5, C ,,rt
statures the rate of almost LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AW-The
a half Inch every 20 years? big boss was coming to town ..0Harl'1
That the Interest on the
public debt adds up to about L. Modovan arranged for
$1 million per hour? . a cookout In his backyard.
That tips are not expectedof The place de resistance was a
travelers in Japan? 3-pound sirloin steak which
That the first beauty pare Moldovan slapped on the grill)
lor In the nation opened Its
door In Philadelphia 'way ahead of time.
back In 1868? . or that Along came a neighbor's dog
the cleanest real erfaie and snatched the steak, with r
deals in town may be are Moldovan In pursuit.
ranged through VIVIAN w
The stores closed ao the
Avenue South? We combine teak went back on the grill. S If ,'
good ethics with prompt The boss, who had missed the -.
service to every customer. commotion, told hi* hola. +4R
Phone MI 2U749 for a
pro.titan. UUrt "Sally, I don't know what
consultation with
ana at our agent you did to this .teak' but It'*


for d

Honesty In Government


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)I'' .<.,! has she courage and determination to build able for subdividing at' r'' Jen Gate L,states,
tes here there is nothing but wilderness miracle thirteen road miles from Naplet and are

1 to mold a $195,000,000 international now introducing their second planned com

forCfiarlesRHoHeij corporation from a handful of men and munity, Golden Gate. *Q road miles

women in only seven >ean to change the face of Florida, Heii northeast of 'Naples These men, working in principal cities

Leonard Rosen, president of Gulf American Land Corporation of the United States and several foreign na> s lu the elevenci -

.. He and the 3,500 other "Men Behind the Miracle" at Gulf story Gulf American building (pictured aft and at the

American hate created a modern, thriving community, Cape several Gulf American properties, are th' '''t 4trn counter

I Coral, on the Florida Gulf Coast, seven road miles from Ft pant of the American pioneer littfelly lilt +'ng ntw worlds

I' Myers. They have transformed raw, virgin acreage into land suit- for a briar tomorrow
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1964I Mrs. Betty Curry, cork dart Mrs. Hazel Magee Is In charge During the meeting there were i her hulbandJoelCanoYlretul'Doto
7-B Mrs.Virginia McDonald oft'" ham dUmer, wtieh is the> several recommendations which i ed Immokelee for a couple
I throw 1JO Mr*. Betty CUdden nlghf of the carnival.. Tickets; are i will be brought before the grwsp> of days. He Is stationed at the ,
w tr94tmmokalee i donations on) picnic fafctei, $.AMr pow on sale and everyone la urged I el the regular meeting Bent Man. air force base In Homestead. .
*. Joyce Shoults, klonattons; to get theirs early to avoid the day night. Those attending were; Mrs J. E Msttern of Fort
I (f-B dance Crews, pie and oof.' last minute rush. Mesdames George Me Kay Myers visited with her daughter
News[:tea; 8-C Mrs. Webb Robert homemade Charles Anderson Richard Stan. and family, Mr. and Mrs Abe
t, candy tA Mrs Raider WBW BUSINESS!{ Icy Myra Valcourt.ThelmeSklp.P Skinner. Susan Hart returned to
BY MRS Writ OARRBTT son, apple bobbing} 9-B lire lr. Announcement was made this r and Phillip Crewe.MARRIAGE. Immokalee with her after spend. u
e' 'evlr-!r ma Pendarvt*, spook Douseio.A week by J. A. Johnson that he big the weekend In Fort Myers :
and |OB Mrs. Dorothy Crawford will erect a lumber and builderssupply
i The annual Hallowe'en Cera.Ival Gallops, balloons on a stick;Mr. and Mrs. Sara Jonas sock bop business pa North First Mr. and Mrs. with her family.
L. O
g Irby of Rev. M D. Durrance of the a
't'I and ham dinner Anita Howell and Mrs. OeneCai1. warriner.
sponsored nth Mr dona
: q. Street across the Justice Fort Worth Texas, announce the First
by the PTA will be held Satur. ter, boats. Grade Threes Mrs. lions on W> I0 M" Dot MoN of Peace Office. The first of the marriage of their daughter Car. Baptist Church of Bowling
Green Is revival
(day, October 81, at the football Thelma Skipper, souvenirs,Mrs. daub, cake walk. of buildings will be a CBS olyn to A-1C Eugene Crawford conducting a
at First
caries the ChurchhereServices
Baptist A
field Carnlaval chairman Mr. Blu Strickland, iptn and win. The Junior Girl Scouts win measuring 80 feet along son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crsw. N
lielma" Skipper will be assisted Grade Fours Mn. Qoldle. Whld. have the country store underlhqupedm Iirre1 Street wjtb9 foot depth. ford of Immokalee. begin at 7:30 nightly
They were and will October i8. a
M Mrs Christine Pickles. The den, home-mada candy, Loufae of Mrs. Joyce Johnson said he hopes to have married October 17th In Dallas run through '
BID Roberts of Brandon is
}'mroom: mothers will mt at Black and Toot 11. John*** fihoult and Mrr. Carmn8 .. the building; ready for occupancy After 21 more days of
service leader.
t lie field at I to riot and ride. Fifth Oradei The 1inmepepnrtment Athletic- song
p.m. in about
; 80 days. He has been Mr. Crawford will be discharged Judge Richard Stanley left Wed.
rl""Clrate< the booths. Brown pl.d rbOot will in charge ofthe in end ,
MDdl p the lumber from the service and the couple nesday for Panama City to aU
The Lieu pond wUl be fortune telling Betty hment Man than
managed } reftff The FHA, ply business for more will make their home In Immok. tend the County Judges Planning
by fi ml grade mothers. Room mo. throw. undefthe supervidon of (
Miss years and has a lumber company aI... Conference.
tnors for these grades are Mr. Sixth Grades. Mn. Lucille Me phi will have the candy booth.: -(Johnson Lumber Co.)now op Mrs. Myrtle Butler of Arcadia He returned Sunday

Ustin McClelland, Mn. Nora Daniel and tofu Phyllis. ball, Carnival booths will open at Swill rating lust east of Tlce on High Is spending the week with her nth re. Christine White and her
stm p and MM. Juanita McDutfle. horse shoes; Mrt.LouettaDe.utfi. .IIi The parade not be heldi 82. business
way The when com sister, Mr*. Lloyd Brown. mother Mrs. Annabell Pybus' of
Grade: Twot Mrt. Madeline try, donations on pit} SevenA, dot to the ton41t1on. of: the road. pleted will have several buildings The Royal Palm Association Faith visited with J. C. Carver

\ In the complex In which lumber met at the First Baptist Church Monday.
and other builders supplies will Tuesday October 20. Rev. L. E.
be housed.Corner stakes for the Daniel preached the sermon. The LIONS MEETING .
first building were set Tuesday church group served their guests The Lions Club held their regular
: morning and by next week he fish, swamp cabbage and hush meeting at the Circle W \1.Lt {I'
1Ikltel hopes to be well along with pour. puppies.Mr. restaurant Monday night. After .' .
I Ing of the foundations. Johnson and Mrs. Jimmy 1"
Mangrove the meeting the members went ':I"lf.. '
said be may move to Immokalee and children Ricky and Terri of out and sold Hallowe'en candy : .. :1't.. \ '- ,.
Like It? Then read on becauseit's after the new business Is established. Venus were the supper guests of from door to door. The money :
\ Mrs. Betty House Sunday night. from the sale of this candy will I A BIG PET Carleen Colling of L.Porte wa.ud
yours in ourSEASONAL The executive commltteeoftheWoman's Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Williams be used for sight conservation.Those little time In getting acquainted with a Hereford aim
Club met Monday nightat an family spent the weekend In
attendlngwereiSam Heath, the .
during her finis t* Indiana State Fair In IndlantpolltMcKay
the home of Mrs. George Me. Homestead with Mre. Williams' Roland Walker James Williams,
RENTALS Kay. Vice president Clarice parents, Mr. and Mr*. C. W. Jack Whisnant Charles Mark.
Crews presided; In the absenceof i Little. Their daughter Rozella ham, Richard Stanley and Murry attended the American ere attending were Mesdames
,. BEACH president Mrs. A. B. Curry. stayed over until Wednesday and Canova. Association of University Worn Martha Skinner, Jo Massey Ruth
ON Mrs. Betty Taylor and Mrs. en's luncheon meeting in Fort Clldden, Grace PennlntOll!; ,Gear.
!: One lovely 3 bedroom 3 bath Martha Taylor had as their Myers last Saturday.The gin Howe Leola Williams,Wayne

plus maid quarters. guests Sunday their aunt and uru Immokalee Woman's Club Garret, Helen Ashley, and El.
ole, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bethea will hold its regular monthly si* Miller
NEAR BEACH of Miami. meeting Monday evening 8p.m.at Mesdames Lewis Lowe,
)1 Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wute of the Lions Den. Deputy John Charles Wells, J. P. Magee
Three 3 bedroom 2 bath homes. Felda are the proud parent* of a Rogers will speak to the group Stan Wrlsley and Frank Shell
new girl. about his work with Juveniles in attended the Central Area Con.
AQUAIANE Mr. and Mrs. Joe Austin,from the county. Past pre.ldent.oftb. Terence of the American Legion
One 2 bedroom 2 bath home, separate Bradenton visited with Rev and Woman's Club will be honored. and American Legion Auxiliary
boat dock. PLANNING ON ALTERING 'YOUR BUILDING Mrs. Richard Howe last Sunday AU members are urged to attend in Lakeland last Sunday. Lake.
dining room Whew you tear Cato ea tkliting structure and change afternoon.The and bring guests. land Post No. 41 served a chick
GUilt Houses Co-op Apartment It around you need a builder who Is going to be honest Methodist Men of the First en dinner to the 400 persons
with yco about: what you're d Ing. You can spend far Methodist Church met Saturday NEW RADIO STATION attending the conference. On the
S I too much and get far too llttU. For ten year we've night for covered dish Immokalee's) new radio station, way home the Immokalee
been serving Naples In the building buiineia estab Mr. and a supper. WCOF, officially went on the air bars sidetracked in Lake Wales mem.

D.C.JONES i E lishing Won't you a reputation slop In and for dlicuia quality, amice, and Integrity. had as their Mrs.guests George last weekend McKay Wednesday afternoon at S p.m. long enough to witness the won.
REALTOR your pretest building and
I) through an call be. dens of ''Spook Hill."
1 8 alteration you are anticipating)If.41p Us parents, Mr. and Mrs.Ernest emergency
McKay of Indian Rocks Beach. cause of Hurricane label The
They enjoyed a trip to Cork F.C.C Instead of granting enter PAY THAT DARN BILL!

35! Fifth Av*. ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml' 2-3892 # screw Sanctuary while here. gency permission gave the station LOUISVn, Ky. (AP-Mlw
Mrs. Foster Mrs Jer. the green light to proceedwith
Irene Roland Frank B. Purdue Harry L Miller Edward M. Anderson one Edwards, Otroyd Mrs. George, Me Us regular broadcast schedule. Elizabeth\ Ewing principal at
Ml 2-2096 478 6th St., S. and Anchorage School, learned the
Kay her guest Mrs. Ernest
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'had sold ads for the station In a I her students.

benefit broadcast with all pro. It happened to
11 r a 8-year-old
Ii n ceeds of the advertising going to
whose favorite
the Rotary Club. Billed as the programswere
Tmmokalee Rotary Rodeo" the disrupted by special reports -
members of the club found they on the fate of the civil

had stumbled onto a real tongue rights bill! In Congress.
twister and each Rotary anmnuwcer
Finally, he pulled out his piggy
who took over his two hour
stint, took a turn at trying the bank and started extracting
:(# : tongue twister. All things con. coins Hit mother demanded an

o'I ca8i ,.4 excellent sidered, the Job.Rotary Club did an .X> lanallon.

"I want my TV shows," hf'
t W ;The merchants backed up both
.. I'wS the club and the station and the said dimply "so I'm going to
\ official: debut of the station was .I pay that civil rights bill!."

w 'f' 1 ,, ,, h received with open arms by all,
.. residents of the 4 bmunU;. .I ',e.
:tJ .PL. Dick Buckner, said that a 111(.
1 'A4A ular program schedule Is being
arranged and that all football
glues will be aired live from
the football Held, both the home ?

J : games as well as those away.
w. t
\ Last Friday night's football game
.t was not aired because of the
limited time to get phone lines
L v t 1N set up at the field. However,
I the results of the game were
flashed over the air only a few
minutes after the final whistleby q
courtesy of Don McCarty who ,
phoned the results at half time
and at the end of the game. j

VVo11LWuLWctA. REOPEN CENTER i :;sgaajB-QCl1

"Nubb".Holder has re.opened (.", .-. =:;_;.j
Doug's Recreation Center next !: ".1::
door to the Immokalee TaxlJldd.
ed this year will be a laundryand
dry cleaning pickup: station FOR POWER TO SPARE

In the store. SEE THIS V-. PERFORMI!
LEES The annual meeting of the Farm
Carpet by Bureau will be held at the Farm. IMMIDIATI DIUVIMVI
ers Market on October 27 at t 7 $2,048

QfMSTMNI H. L Carter Jr.was guest Plus Sales Tea and Tg
sea Wonderful World ot introuces
Carpets now of honor at a stork shower Tues.
WONDERFUL WORLD, a casual l loop texture of 100% day night at the First Methodist

Acrllan fice. Available In both plain and multl- Church. A beautiful cake decor READY TO GOI

tones WONDERFUL WORLD affords for ated with babies and a stork LUFF
opportunity nuts and punch was served as GMC
a wide variety of decorating Ideas smartly tailored refreshment. Games were played
and prices won by Mrs. VI Narkl 421 Ninth St., N.Temperary .
rooms or a more Informal "llved-ln" setting Use with
and Mra. Ruby Lee Marts. Oth. Least".,
any and all furniture srylings. Stop in today seethe

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Reasons For Supporting Mr Goldwater For President

:. Mr. Miller For Vice-President :

: Mr. Kirk For U. S. Senator i

; Mr. Holley For Governor 1rrrrrrrrrrr

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Since 1932 32 long years ago, lishment of Russian missiles in proximately $14,000,000, are repeal of the present intangibletax.

the American people have not had Cuba. Failure to enforce compliance chiefly the television stations located This has Impeded Florida's

an opportunity to choose betweenthe by Russia to remove all mis- Austin and elsewhere In growth by shutting out capital

so-called "Liberal" or "Con-. siles and all Russian troops In Cu. Texas. This Is a monopolistic from without the State.

servatlve" philosophies of gov ba has resulted In the establish- holding and Is regulated by the Claude Kirk fortunately is also

ernment. The issues are now ment of a Russian controlled Com- Federal Communications Agency. exceptionally well qualified to represent

squarely placed before the peoplefor munist State Just GC miles from The American people should havean the State of Florida as a

decision.We Florida. Today the Administration opportunity to decide the ethics United States Senator He Is an

had the "New Deal" for almost is not sure as to whether ell involved here. Is It proper for an outstandingly successful, young,

four terms under President of the missiles were removed as elected public servant of the peo aggressive business executivewho

Roosevelt. Then Mr. Truman, the agreed or not. Russian troops still ple, or his family, to prosper from humble beginnings, has

Vice-President, finished out Pre- remain in Cuba. Apparently the through actions of an agency of come a very long way. He is a

sident Roosevelt's fourth term. Administration is content to con- government which Is subject to Southerner by birth and knows

With him, came the "Fair Deal". done this situation- and this not- his Influence and pressure, either first-hand the problems of Florida

This was followed by the "Square withstanding the many recent attempts directly or indirectly??? and the South. Above all, he

Deal" under President Eisenhower. to communize several Cen- Then there Is the "Bobby Bak is a patriotic American.

Actually, this latter wasn't tral and South American coun- er", "Matt McCloskey" and the His opponent, Senator Holland,

any kind of a "deal" at all. Things tries, including Panama and Ve "Jenkins" situations. So far, the running for reelection, unfortun-

just went along. Then along came nezuela. It is definitely known that Administration has succeeded in ately Is a "Southern Conservative

the "New Frontier" under Presi- operations have been carried on "keeping the lid on the sewer" Democrat" recently turned

dent President JohnsonIs the stench which would result "Liberal" of
Kennedy. in these countries from this Cuban by embracing most

now finishing out this "deal"; or actually Russian base. from a complete airing of th? the Kennedy-Johnson Administra

and now he promises, If elected, The Kennedy Administration sordid details would be unbear tions' policies lie is supporting

"Utopia" or another "deal" cap- agreed to the partitioning of Laos able, particularly In a Presidential Messrs Johnson and HumphreyIn

tioned "The Great Society". In this set up the present bloody, campaign. A complete dis the current campaign. It is

all of these "deals", the American dangerous precarious and cost. closure by President Johnson before hard to believe that Senator Holland

i People have actually been ly situation in Viet Nam. U. S. Election Day Is needed. could ever openly supportMr.

! "dealt out". soldiers are dying there I The Humphrey, a radical left wing

Government debt has Increased Johnson Administration is now sug. member of Americana for Demo-

from approximately 20 billion In gesting a.negotiated settlement. cratic Action, an organization
1932 to 300 billion In 1964- ,.-.or ,.., Here again is.anothet 6xampl'of-'"''';+, ijp REASpN eFOR (SUPPORTING .. ..- -. ." ". dominated by Waiter Heuthef of .

1500 per cent In 32 years.This appeasement. Pence apparently .: MESSRS. HOLLEY and KIRK the C.I.O, but "Seeing la bellev-

Includes part of the cost of the must be bought at any price. ThisIs Ing".

Great Depression, World War II, the thinking of the Johnson Ad \

\ Foreign Aid, Korea, Rearmma- ministration.The Florida and the Country need "
This for the first time
year, ,
ment, and the current Space pro Civil Rights Impasse stems young vigorous conservative representatives
the Republican Party in the Stateof
gram. Also Included are several out of a carefully calculated and in the Senate. Sucha
Florida gives evidence of reach-
unaccounted billions actually Just sinister attempt to buy Negro man is Mr. Claude Kirk,
wasted. The figure Is so huge, It votes by the Kennedys in the 1960 Ing maturity. It has offered two Florida has never experiencedthe
Is utterly fantastic. During all of outstandingly qualified candidates:
Presidential election. benefits which stem out
Thinking colored many
Mr. Charles Holley of St. Petersburg
this time, excepting perhaps the citizens resent this brazen of the workings of a real two-
for Governor and Mr Claude
war period, 1941-45, there has action. The Johnson Administration ; For
party political system.
Kirk of Jacksonville for U.S. Senator
been an ever-increasing trend towards continues. During the past years, the citizens have been

a bigger Federal Government year, we have seen more riotingand Mr. Holley is exceptionally well- much too complacent, It is interesting .
This Is
and Socialism. con civil disobedience both North suited to become Governor. He to note that the State of ;

tinuing under President Johnsonat and South than at any other time is conservativein Florida has been carried by the .
young, energetic,
accelerated and most alarm-
an since the War
Between the States. National Republican Candidates
Ing rate. It must be stopped.The The Johnson Administration has philosophy, experienced through since the election of 1952. The
service In the Legislature at Tal-
tragic errors committed by failed to use its power to even attempt advantages of a two-party systemare I
lahassee. lie is capable, and
Mr. Roosevelt when negotiatingwith to persuade local but the most
many; perhaps
above all, honest and sincere. If
Stalin at Yalta led to the sell
to these resultis
stop end
Incidents.We important is that the
out of Chiang Kai-Shek and loss of elected, he will usher In a welcomed a
better candidates. Obviously, j
and much-needed change In
China to the Communists and to
see another attempt by the Florida politics. with superior men seeking office,
of All
the partitioning Germany.
present Administration to better government results at all i
these were blindly accepted and Collier County and Naples re-
try the Impossible task of levels Competition for office Is
agreed to by Mr. Truman at Pot- legislating sidents will not easily forget Mr.Burns' .
morality. This will the all-motivating factor.
to Alligator
tsdam. They were followed by Ko-
rea, still unresolved; but the sheer fail as did all the efforts to enforce Alley early this year. This essential

folly of the United Nations' "po Prohibition during the late1920's facility, now fortunately Not only for the above recited

lice action" in Korea, In contrastto and early 1930's.The under construction, will surely reasons, but also primarily for

the Win-Korea policy advoca recent hurried enactmentof help the growth of Naples and all the purpose of restoring to the individual

ted by Gen. MacArthur can now be the so-called "Poverty Bill"and of Collier County. Mr. Burns is his fundamental right to

plainly seen. This led as you will another attempt to Jam the Mr. Holley'a opponent. exercise his many privileges .
Medicare Bill
recall, to the dismissal of this famous through Congressare Mr. Holley, If elected, promises guaranteed by the Federal Con
soldier and patriot by his two more glaring and raw ex- to bring new blood and much stitution it Is high time to calla

Commander-in-Chief, President amples of the Administration's needed reforms Into the State halt to the ever Increasing ten

Truman. It also led to the cons attempts to buy votes. Highway system This Is a dency to have a big Governmentin

truction of the Berlin Wall under Then there is the recent disclosure MU3T. The needless delay in the Washington "breathe down the
of the Johnson
President Kennedy. All of these or Lady construction projects on Route 41 necks" of some of ita citizens
Bird fortune for the
acts are evidences of the complete part and the recent Fort Myers Ca- residing in Naples and in Collier
amassed during Mr. Johnson's
lack of understanding of looaaahatchee River bridge delay County, Florida.
term as Senator and Vlce-Presl-
foreign policy and specifically, are but two local examples
dent. The composition of this
the Soviet menace. of the Inefficiency of the present
wealth Is concentrated In the
State Highway Department.Mr. Do you as a Florida Citizen
The failure by President Ken shares of the LBJ .
Corporation.The "
Holley, if elected, promises wish "More of the Same? Or,
nedy to act decisively to give needed assets of this
company, reliably
for a change
no further Increase In la It time
I aid during the Bay of Pigs invasion estimated to be worth ap
State taxes lie also advocates
of Cuba, led to the estab

Political Advertisement Paid For By Frederick W. Schmidt As A Public Service In The Interest of letter Government

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.! Several Big Deals Reported 300|Reek r.1Mdc.c.eoM&r- 51. Rge 96, $ .000a Gabriel H. parcel to Sec 17,Twp It, Hge Anderson to H.T. and Marts
: guerite ..Walker. Nattee, Let Leif eo Reymeod A. and Betty 3&. MM James L Clary A. Shelly. N. MUurt Beach
1.Ilk C..Whtspeding F4tes* W. Frady. Lakeland,pared to Jeep McDonald Seattle parcel In Sec 13 Twp 53, Rae3R

I 900} Thomas T. Crenshaw M See 1.Twp 51, Rge 31. $1. 00| Wash, parcel in See 24, Twp $1.600} Paolfca Station Es-
It I, County Realty Total Zooms To $1,156,447 Betty Lou H. Smith Atlanta F.AJD. Co.. Inc.. to Warren 5$. Rge 29.6000. tates. Inc., to Ray B. Barnett.In Sec
Ga. parcel In Government Lot C. and Istbelle R.Purely.Pon- The South Coast Const,Ce. Saugus. MassM parcel
2. Sec *, Twp 51. ire 26. chester N.TM parcel In Sec 21, Inc. to Danco Inc., Florida 14. Twp 63.Age 34.$1. 00}and
County real estate transactions Lot 10, BUt S, Unit 2. The R. Waples Naples, parcel In 5, Blk S, Unit 2. The' Moor'S3.5OOJ South Naples Shores. $70,000. Twp 61.Re al. flu In the processing period Moorings, $166.000 Orange Blk 7. Tier 6, Naples, W.800) ..... | Moorings Dev. FAD Cop Inc, to LeonardE. 4. 8. 6. Twp 5$. Rge 38, sad and Thekna Parshall. MIamI
ending October 16 took u upward Blossom Realty Corp.. to Gulf Village Green "B" Corp., to Co.. to Joseph and Anna Dar COUNTY Fay Chicago parcel in See parcels in Sees 4 and 6. Twp parcel In See 36.Twp 63, Rge
swing climbing to $1. Shore Plaza Inc, Naples parcel L.G. and Ruth O. McGlnnls row, Naples. Lot 10, Blk 2. The South Coast Const..Co. 21. Twp 61, Age 31. $1.000 68. Rge 38. IM.OOOi! Clifford 34,1500.
156,447 pushing sales into the In Lot 96. Naples Imp. Naples parcel In BIM 8, Tier Unit 3. The Moorings. $6.000>| Inc., to The Vine Corp.. Miami Fla. Investment Futures Co.
$1 million bracket for the first CO's Little Farms T5.000| 6. Naples$8.900 Alan B.Cem- Moorings Dev.Co..to Charles Beach parcels in See 2. a.. to Norman Smith, Lynn Mass.*,
HIM since July. Gulf Shore Plaza inc., to JUlius eron to Frank B. and Ruth H. E. and Irene O. Hashagen. Da- 6. 11. and 14, Twp 53. Rge parcel in See 13.Twp 61, Age
A number of top deals Included Flelschmarm. Cincinnati Stevenson. Naples Lot.8. Blk Tie. Conn., Lot 60, Blk 3, 32. and parcels: in Sec 4, 6, 33. $1/00}Golden Age Investment The Afeiicx WiHi Perseiul, Servke -
the following Julius Fletschmann Ohio parcel In Lot 86, Naples 8.Unit 4.Aquiline Shores, $8. Unit 3. The Moorings 8.300j; e. and 7.Twp 53.Age 33. $8T. Co., to Russell McKee.
to Gulf Shore Plaza mc. Go's Unla Farms $15 000| Wll him J. Longshore to Moorings Dev. Co., to DelvertJ. 100} The Miami Beach First Osprey,Fla, parcel In See 26. I IA
Inc, Naples. Lot 10. But J. 000.Other Clyde Allen. Naples Lot 16. Orgge W. Lafayette, Ind.. Nat'l I Bank, et al. to Paolltt Twp 51.Rge 33. $1. 00} Tropical .
Unit 2. Coquina $Sands $200. sales of U.OOOorover Blk E. Lake Park. $13.300j Lot 13. Blk 13. Unit 6. The Station Estates Jnc:.,Coral Ga Fla. Acres Inc.to Francis ......bIe ..-sr. ...-.
OOOt Dev. Co., bf with values taken from Fannie E. Hutton to Carl C. Moorings.$8,800.Mooring. .
Moorings tax bias. parcel in Sec 21. Twp D.Scheuer St. Clair Shores Ibis for pratoctinf: you, jrwrfamily
Canada Ltd.. to Robert T. stenos on recorded ., Mayes and CJB.McEachln,Lex* the following ples. Lot 18, Blk C. Unft 1. F. Mlles LoulsvUle. Ky. LotS Agnes M. McDaniel toComie Twp 61, Rge 34, $1.300} Col- Itimt mrj Inwrabl Vmmt.
ington KY.. Lot 9 and part Em.onatCbrlsttancytoRuth! The Moorings$6,004MOORIIJG3 The 17 and 18. Blk 14. Unit 6. R. Avant. Immokalee. parcel lier Land Investment Corp., (of IOM al throufh protocHaa a pluiocd t+rnewd pro.ram

Moorings $27.500 Moorings In Sec 32. Twp 46. Rge 29. to Robert G. Cushman Hickory by ieltrwqu'tl.e.d
II COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i. FU., Su. .y. OiMw 21. 194Trustworthy Dew Co.. to D.M. & S. $7.200} Clifford Anderson to NjCM parcel in See 21. AiuncUl
Harold G. Lowe to J.V. and Inc. Springfield UU Lots 22 Nora H. 52,
Patmore St. Petersburg Twp Age 31. $3.'IOOa} W.H.
Laureen E. Wlmerton. Weston and 23. Blk 1.. Unit 6, The parcel in Sec 35. Twp Perrlns to Gene M. Davies
\ ((9a, tP1 G&uL Ontario. Canada Lot 19, Moorings. $32,000j Pauline 48. Rge 26. $3.000} Seagrape Miami parcel in Sec 34,Twp
pad : Blk E, Unit 1. The Moorings Garbade toHenryC.EspenUub.
Corp.,to Helene O'Mahony Rez- 62. Age 31, $., 00.
$4.000W.. Bums Jr..to Arthur "Naples pan Lot 88. Naples tar.Mercer Pa.,parcel inSee Gewint Realty Co., to WorldWide d IUIIUU UHO;tsc
and Alice Utterback,
O. S. Imp. Go's Little Farms $1. 13, Twp 48. Rge 25. 32000. Land Corp.. Miami par-
: lS Naples parcel In Lot S. elk 300| Richard T. Lambert. et Clifford Anderson, Tr., to cel in Sec 19. Twp 50. Rge GJ'\:
S. Unit 2. The Moorings $23. al. Church of Trinlty-bythe- ail Jtfc Anm
Roy E. and Cleo H. Ingram, 34, and parcel in Sec 30,Twp ...
a 500)) A.W. Burns Jr.. to l Lawrence Cove to Richard W. and Catherine Naples parcel in See 4. Twp 50. Rge 34, $1.700}Golden Age Pt H......2S14IY Fi.Y.
\ A. and Margaret S. Wolfe, Naples Lot 13, 48.Rge 26. $16,000j W Z.DanIel Investment Co., to Nicholas and
Welch. Maples parcel In Lot Cutlass Cove Port Royal $2 Michael -
Holding Co.. Inc.to Mary Sabat. Woodslde. N.TM
1'100. S. and Ellta Gutierrez MIami -

.. parcel In Sec 33. Twp
Loyal ..... I GOLDEN GATE 48. Rge 27. $1,100; Jacob
) Gulf American Land Corp., Scher to Central and Southern
.to Anthony Pet ruccello and Daniel Fla., Flood Control DIst,. W..
a Helpful. MarsellJ,MlddletownCom Palm Beach, parcel Sec 10. '
'E 180'Tract 21, UnltlS7Gold- Twp 49,Rge 34. $2,900Clauds \1\\t\
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en Gate Estates, $3,547| Naples Hunter to Harley E. Parker \
Dev Corp., to K 4 R Naples parcel In Sec 23,Twp ,\ "
Friendly Contractors Inc.. Naples Lot 60. Age 26, $..ISOO} Frank D. \\t\\\\t'\\\ \
; 80. Blk IV, River Park East Foster Tr., to Sdg O.L. and \ \\
Courteous $1,400} Joseph and Anita M. Carmen B. Astrom. Miami,
Cortlno to Rice E. and Lois parcel in See 28,Twp 50,Age
M Schrtmsher Naples. Lot 31. $2,100 Irvin M. Dlnger to
Kind HOLLAND 1. Blk D,Gulf Acres, $11,500} Eugene A. and Mildred B. Ko-
.: SALLEYINC. !13 Dev. Corp., to Frank and hout, Miami, parcel In Sec 60, owner wants to sell and has greatly reduced the price of this fin

Dorothy Fernandez.Naples Lot Twp a2, FIgs 32, $2.000} Irvin 4 bedroom home on the Gulf In Vanderbilt Beach. It Is a beautifully
Obedient 20. Unit 2. Lake Kelly. $1,500} M. Dlnger to Rudolph B. Klein, landscaped lot with double-seawall sprinkling system, etc. A huge
1) 13 Dev.Corp.,to Borry Roberts Miami parcel in Sec 32,Twp the windows
and all to
9aletloat stone fireplace is located in th. living room
1 .E. Naples, Lot 42.Unit 2. Lake 60. Age 32, $6,000.
Cheerful ISO 5th AVI, S. Kelley. $1,000} RjG.Sharp.to World Wide Land Corp.. to the Gulf side are of tinted glass. This home has everything for family

NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture Harold and Doe Abbaduska Pinevlew Acres Inc., Ft. Lauderdale living so why not give us a ring and let us show H to you.
BonIta Springs Lot 15, Blk ,parcel in Sec 21,Twp > I.
Thrifty I B,Unit 1, Little Hickory Shores 50, FIgs 33, $5,8001} Fla. Landof OWNER SAYS-"MOVE IT"
$2,800 George R. Smith
I Sun. Inc..to World wide Land
i' !ilf-. .I| ,, I to Russell and Marguerite G. Corp., Miami,parcel In Sec 29,
Brave I Rugs, I Ray. Naples Lot 17. Blk B, Twp 60, Age 33. $1.300} FA REALTOR
Gifts Accessoriesand Myrtle Terrace $1,600. Gorton to Ralph J.. and Nona
MJJ.Davis Properties, Inc., M. Bard Jr.. Chicago parcelin JOHN WOOD and associates t
M Clean I Objets d'art to Rosemary Kline St. Louis Sec 1.. Twp 61. Rge 25.
Mo., Lot 14. Blk 17. Unit 6, $11,500} Edwin B.Cromwell: to
not to be foundelsewhere
Naples Park. $1.000} Neapolitan Betty Lou H. Smith Atlanta
1 and Land Co.. Inc., to Phil Neil Whig John Vaughn
parcel In Sec 25, Twp 51,Rg ASSOCIATES Chuck Grimm
: and Marie Glnolfl, Naples Lot
e 25. $3,000} Frederick S. Webster
Reverent 6. Blk 4. Naples Twin Lakes to Lou H. Smith
Betty 630 Fifth Ave., So. Ph. MI 2-5359
$1,700 Helen O'Connor to ,Atlanta parcel In Sec 25,Twp
ward and Mildred C. Per .
Visit ear f rlik... node
aparfaraU at Gall Tow. bins, Crawfordville Lot 10,
.rt, ferriste Club, aid U Blk K, Pine Ridge Ext., $2
t .- Tear II",*. 700} Henry H. Taylor to LH.
\ 'and Am H. Lane, Miami
.' Springs Tract 4, of Lot I,
MEMBER OFI' Smaliwoods Subd..Chokoloskee, Can you visualize this
AMERICAN INSTITUTE Island $2.000} Carl C. Irick

3 BENSON !INSURANCE AGENCY OF to Fannie E,Mutton Bean Sta dramatic residence
.. I INTERIOR DESIGNERS tion. Terau, Lot 17, elk A high
878 FIFTH AVENUE, SOUTH NAPLES FLORIDA l Unit 1, Sorrento Gardens $2,

above Naples tranquil '

126,\ secluded remote the

Happiness Is .
;, 4 open sea your neighbor ?

SAYINGS $1 $2 $3 U $10 $20

CIOW Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly'

6 mot 26.26 52.50 71,76 131.26 262.54 525.06

1 yr. 53.05 106.05 159.10 265.15 530.33 1060.62

2 yrl. 101.23 216.31 324.62 541,00 1082.09 2164.09 ,

3 yrl. 165.65 331.1' 496,13 121,00 1656.13 3312.14
$1 4r

4 Yrl. 225.39 450,61 675,99 1126.60 2253.37 4506.57 I

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5 "rI. 217.54 574.16 162.40 1437.26 2174.74 5749.26 ,

10 Yrl. 631.05 1275.61 1913.66 3119.27 6379.03 12757.51


15 Yrl. 1065.32 2129,12 3195,14 5324.97 10650.74 21300.6'

20r s. "16.16 3171.10 4757.26 792.1.36 1S1S7.94 31714.67

a systematic savings program j .

earning money for )"OU.

This schedule shows how your weekly savings can show how your feeling of security Increases with each
accumulate at Naples federal. It Is based on our dollar saved at Naples federal. You'll have to find Its more than |lust a blueprint This eicitinofloor plan YouH see a different Tiew of Naples. Ira our point
current rate of Interest compounded twice yearly that out for yourself. lea reality with a new kind of privacy that's why of view from the fifth floor of the Caniaqe Club
and added to the account The schedule doesn't we have created model residences on the fifth floor an excellent residential Investment from $30,500 i
to show you a new dimension in Naples living.

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